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Parramatta District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Parramatta District Hospital. The nnnunl meeting of the above institution was held in the Council Chambers on Wednes day evening lnst, the Ven. Archdeacon Gunthcr president, occupying the olmir. . The secretavy, Mr. Schaitzkoff, read -tlto minutes of tho last annual meeting, which ?were adopted. The cimirn an remarked that some 200 years a','o a great teacher wished to give tho populace the benefit of his teaching and wisdom. He announced the fact and set apart n day for that purpose. On the day mentioned the teacher repnired to the appointed place, but, contrary to his expectations, the people did not present themselves, and tho teacher was informed that they were keeping Robin Hood's Day. They were not keeping Robin Hood's Day in Parramatta, but at the present moment they ?wero deeply interested in political matters. With, regard to the Hospital, it had been doing woodwork. It was very easy to contrast tho iustitution and institute comparisons with ei-l'wed institutions in largo c...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

rpOTHB RATEPAYERS OF ANDERSON J[ WARD. My tcim of office as one of your Representa tives having expired, and feeling satisfied that durh. ' the last three years I have faithfully and attentivelvperfor.ned tho d-ittes of my office to vou I have the honor to seek your suffrages, ind'bo' to assuro you that if you again, elect me I will do everything in my power for the ' wirdanaBorou^ ^^ ^^^ mOTHE RATEPAYERS OF ANDERSON X AVARD ami thoso particularly who requested mo to come out for the ahovo ward. I bo' to notify that upon after consideration I hWdeoided to DECLINE THE HONOR. As it is Extremely probable that I will be leaving the Colony in a few months, I have considered it would be better to offer inysolf another time, when I am more settled down, and will ho able to devote myself right through to the duties. I wish to tender my most sincere thanks to those who had promised mo their support, which I trust they will renew nt some future occasion. GF0RGE C0ATES, Sen. r|AOT:IlE'ELECTaRS...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Fairfield. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Fairfield. PUGG U IWS ASSOCIATION. Titi:auiiiuilnieelim.'of the Fairliold Progress Association w.ts hel.l al Mr. D.ilc'.s eottaue, Fairliold, on Saturday evening. Mr. D. Dale, president, occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs. W. Stimson, .1. B. Trivet t (honorary secretary), S. M'Whinnie (lion, treasurer), W. Stieme, Jahn, J. S. Townseiid, A. Stimson, 'W. Sthis.in jun., Wright, Withers, Herbert, Amies, BeHinsror, and' Eltingcr. A letter was read from Mr. F. Fnrnell, M.P., stating that a favourable reply had boon re ceived iu reference to the Pi ospeeb Crock, und that €000 had been placed on tlio estimates. Mr. John Nobbs, M.P., wrote to the same effect. The secretary (Sir. Trivctt, read the annual report as follows : — Tlio rraml of work done, din-in',' tho twelve months of existence of tlio I'airllcld Progress Assiwiiitiim, exhibits a ni.trkoil degree of success iicMevetl ljy the members' exertions, mid a gratifying improvement in the auviineo, and geiin-.il increase iu...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Political Situation. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

The Political Situation. PARRAMATTA. This following are the arrangements for the election in the Parramatta electorate :— Bate of nomination, February 7 ; date of polling-, February 9. Mr. AV. G. Bladon, Returning Officer. Early in tho week it was mentioned as likely that Mr. John Lackey, M.L.C., would oppose Mr. Hugh Taylor for Parramatta. Tho electoral lists for Parramatta and the county will bo completed by the 20tli iustunt. Persons whoso names hero not boon collected should communicate at once with SubInspec tor Latimor, Parramatta. The Parramatta School of Aris will bo the polling place in lieu of the old one at Parra matta, North, should there bo a contest. Particulars of tho Parramatta nomination and polling days aro published in our advertis ing columns, by the Returning Officer, Mr. Bladon. The Primate Dr. Barry, will preach tomor row (Sunday) evening, in St. John's Church Parramatta, from tho subject ' The Christian as a Citizen.' It is expected the sermon will contain sp...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

G. HOEWOOD, AOACH BUILDER, E T CHURCH-STREET NORTH, PARRAMATTA. Every description of Arehicles built to order. All repairs executed promptly. Lowest re munerative prices. Every branch of the trado done on the premises.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Water Supply. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

The Water Supply. TO TUB KMTOS OT TUB CUXHKIU.AXU AllOUj. Sin, — Not being either a ratepayer 1 1 or per manently residing iu Parriunatta. one feels scarcely at liberty to make much noise at a public meeting. Yot I may, perhaps, without presumption, with your favour, quietly iuid disinterestedly consider the whole matter. And first, I may say, it struck me (as also I have heard others remark) as being strange that tlio conveners of the meeting of Friday night £(to say nothing of the Mayor or aldermen) were not on lhe'i)latform. and that what scorned iho chief of the work fell on Messrs. Bishop and Per. ier. That, in fact, for some reason or other they seemed to be the only movers of the whole thing. Ono would have thought there would have been a direct charge made by the conve ners or malcontents, and a plain statement on the other side, of the cause of impurity of the water, and of the stops taken (if any) to purify or improve it. Tme, Messrs. 'Ritchie, Taylor, and Dr. Phillips did...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. Tho following aro the arrangements for tho election in Central Cumberland : — Place of nomination, G-ranville; date of nomination, February u; date of polling, February 9. Mr. G. E. Young, Returning-Offieer. It is gazetted that Central Cumberland is entitled to return another member to the Legis lature, making the number four. tjj The following are gazetted as trosh polling 'S places in Central Cumberland : — Rydahnero, ,j Pott's Hill, Bankstown. Upper Bankstown has been cancelled as a iriaco of polling. ' The Now South AVales Frcetrado Association '*' put forward Mr. J. R. Linsloy, of Ermiugtou if Park, Parraniatta River, as a candidate in tho S\ interests of freetrado. il Mr. Frank Farnoll offers himself for ro p election and makes his announcement in our I business columns. He remains a staunch Freetrader. A list of centres that he will visit, , and dates of such visits, are also given in our \ j business columns. % 3 jTho electors should read the Central Cum ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prospect and Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Prospect and Sherwood. The adjourned revision court for the muni cipality of Prospect and Sherwood was held on Thursday morning last. Present : his AVorship the Mayor (Aid. H. T. Jones), Aldermen Hollier, Muston, Airey, Paton, Anstiss, McManis and Key-on. Tho list wns commenced from tho name where tho hitch occurred at last meeting', when tho court was loft without a quorum. The Mayor stated that he trusted no unpleasantness would occur, so that tho list might bo gone through and tho rolls prepared in time for the candidates at the February election. Aid. McManis took exception to tho Mayor only initialing tho various lists, tho Act stating that they should be signed. Tbe Mayor replied, 'I have already decided that point.' Tho name of Mr. John Lackey was struck off, lie being deceased. AVhen tho court came to tho name of Mr. A. P. McManis, Mr, Kemp thorne, on behalf of Mr. John Taylor objected to Mr. McManis's claim, alleging that he (Mr. Taylor) was the owner of the certain allotme...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

ADJOURNKD MKKTIXG OF THE COUNCIL. The adjourned special meeting of the Pavra iniitta Borough Council to consider Alderman Taylor's resolution to connect with tho Nepeun was held on Alonday evening. Present: The Mayor (Mr. 0. .T. Byrnes), and Aldermen Taylor, Moxham, Br 'die, Beanies, Cox, Tier nan. Dixon, Drew, Dcllow, Ferris and Booth. The Mayor reported tho receipt of a copy of resolutions passed at the public meeting on Fiiday evening. Alderman Hrodie asked the Mayor how the work was going to bo carried out if the resolu tion were passed The Mayor said he did not know. Alderman Brodio: The Council wan iu debt, and their account was overdrawn at the pre sent time. The debate on Alderman Taylor's motion was then continued, but most, of the aldermen who had already upokcu went over the same ground. Alderman Brodie looked al the matter from the financial stand -point. He said the Coun cil was already overdrawn to the extent of ?-S00, but thev had nmuev to raise the wall and increase ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MR. FRANK FARNELL'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

[ MR. FRANK FARNELL' S CANDID A- ¥ TURE. Mr. Frank Farnell commenced his campaign I ut Peat's Ferry on Monday evening, and lid s' dressed an audiouco of about 100 persons at I the Brooklyn Hotel. Ho was well received, I and accorded an unanimous voto of thanks | On Tuesday ho visited Liverpool, and ad *? dressed a full meeting in tho Town Hall, many I being compelled to stand. Mr. Varney I Parkcs was voted to tho chair, and, in com | monciug proceedings, said tho electors had a -/ doiiuitu issue beforo them, that of Freetrado as S ? , ti i_ j« .. /-,... i ? 1 /'I ? ,__..! ? Jt 1....1 ^ against iroiecuon. uontiiu uumuouanu nau l always upheld tho good old principle of i'ree k doni, and he hoped thoy would remain true to f themselves and return candidates pledged to | irphold the glorious principle. They had four -j good candidates in the field. Mr. Frank Far j noil was again before them, and ho was right i in saying that a more vigorous member the I electors could not wish. Ho had pr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

BOWLING. To-day there will be a match, seniors v. juniors, on the Rosehill green. Occasion will also be taken to present Mr. E. Ellison with an oil-painting.

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MR. NOBBS' CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

MR NOBBS' CANDIDATURE. Mr. John Nobbs addressed a meeting of electors at tho Lecture-hall, Snuthfield, on Wednesday evening last. Mr. Oritchley oc cupied the chair. There was -i largo attend ance. The candidate spoke at some length, reviewing' tho work done by Parliament dur ing the ' time ho represented tho country and tho part he had took' in connection with same. He stated that he had been returned a freetrader, and saw no reason why the fixed policy of the colony should be changed. Ho would be glad to seo tho Government introduce reproductive works on a large scale, such as irrigation, which would give employment to thousands of tho unemployed throughout tho colony, aud urged the necessity for a proper system of conservation of water, and also for tiio introduction of a Local Government Bill and an Eight-hour Bill, which would have his heartiest support. At the close of the meeting a voto of confidence was passed on the motion of Alderman Kenyon. Mr. John Nobbs, the frcotrade ca...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Sports and Games. CR CICET. Rosehill v. Ryde Excelsior. — The following are picked to play for the former and to meet the 9 a.m. tram:— 'Wharf, Miller, Thompson, Booth, Colley, |Shepherd, AVesley, Langdon, Pye, Bragg, BudgPjT.Smith 12, Moseley 13. 'The following Members are selected to play for Albions against Galatea to-day on Galatea ground : — Jones, Garlick, Guerin, Egans, Wil lingdale, F. Cook, E. Cook, Brotherson, Peters, Wilkinson, Sprowles, Lakeman 12, AV. Smith 13. Play to start at 2 o'clock sharp. The following members of the Albert C.C. are selected to play on Saturday, January 2Gth (Anniversary -Day), against Brush Farm, on Albert ground. Play to start at 1 1 o'clock : — Tuikington, Tlnvaite, Sorlie, Crisp, M. Long hurst, G. Longhurst, W. Longhurst, Gould. Moxon, Ardill, McLaren, Cardiff (12), Areitch (13).

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. LINSLEY'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

MR. LINSLEY'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. Linsloy addressed a meeting at the Al bert Hall, Granville, on AArednesday evening. Mr. T. H. AVindsor, .T.P., presided. Tho can didate recived a generous hearing and was ac corded a voto of confidence at tho close. Mr. Linsley addressed a meeting at Blaok town on Thursday evening. Mr. P. J. Fitz simmons occupied the chair. Mr. Linsloy re ceived a fluttering reseption. He said ho ap peared before them as a Freetrader, not a Free trader of to-day, but as ono who had favoured tho policy for a lomithy period. Briefly ho would say ho was in favour of the Civil Service reform—not by tho ruthless cutting down of salaries or dismissal of Civil servants, but in tho discriminating weeding out of the drones, tho promotion aud remunerative payment of good men. (Loud applause.) He was in fav our of tho construction of light railways throughout the colony, as feeders to the- main trunk line, and so afford all classes facilities to get their goods to market. He beli...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Current News We would remind dairy proprietors and milk vendors residing in the police district of Parramatta, that they should it once register with Sub-inspector Latimer. For the iimii attendance to this duty they are liable to a heavy penalty. Town dairymen and milk vendors are required to register with the Coun cil Clerk. Miss Beatrice Alice Gordon sends along the following preventive for typhoid : — Let all mothers of families give their children rociti- I fied spirits of turpentine, in the following j quantities, every night, going to bed :— Three | to 12 years old, four to eight drops, in half a j teaspoonful of sugar ; above 12 years, eight to ten drops. It destroys the typhoid germ, and much suffering may be prevented by this j simple, cheap remedy. If a child is seized j with typhoid repeat the dose five or six times a day, and lot no solids or meat in any form be given. I speak from certain knowledge, and hopo this little imformation may prove of use to some one. Last wee...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Sports and Games. CIUCKET. When is the Clarke memorial mutch coining ulVr How would Combined Association v. I'lirramiittas goY Or how would county members of Association v. town members go': A correspondent suggests a match 13 of a 1 town clubs v. 13 of country, fancy costume, four stumps to bo used, to prevent players scoring too many, thus giving both .sides an opportunity to bat. JSo doubt the Pan.anml.tas would fail in and give their ground, so that a fee nii'hl, be charged to witness the match. Hospital for Insane v. '2nd Pnvraniaita lo. '1'ho Hospital (earn won easily, Simpson bowliii'-' splendidly mid capturing !) M'loliulH I'm- TA. Thorpe and Howling were iu great form with the bat, as the scores will show, liml I'arnuimlta. llmOicr, -?, 1, Him, ? .. n Isncr, liRiinii.oii il ]l:miiniii, .-, Mir. l.;,,,l- Hmiri', b Hiniiison ' n wii ? lo (Jnivin, ,-, iiSiiniKim ' ' 1 lil.i.-k, -?, 1. Mr. c;n,l,,m n l;i,ll..y ,. 1, ?j:i,,,,.1,,, '' „ Mi.bbs, b .Simp,,,.,, ... ... l\,lm:.n, „.,...

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The late Alderman Joseph Booth. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Tue late Alderman Joseph Booth. Tiik magnificent edifice of the Wesloyan Methodists in Maecnjiirio-streot, Pai-raina'tt.-i was largely attended on Sunday ovcninir last, on the occasion of a funeral sermon on iho late Aldorniun Joseph Bootli.ThoEev. George JMiirtiu was the preacher, and those present heard one of the most beautiful discourses ever delivered iu the church. Tho text was taken from the 5th chap, of iho 2nd Book of Corinthians, S aud!)v.,'Wo fire confident, I i:iy, and willing rather to bo absent from the body, and to bo present with the Lord. Wherefore we labour, fluit, whether present or absent- w may bo accepted of Him.' 'Ho said let us sup pose for a moment that we arc standing on iiu eminence and looking on a good panorama of nature that stretches far and wide before the eager gaze. There wns sure to be sonic spot upon which the eye would like to dwell up on most— ono spot upon which tho attention of our mind was centred. Suppose wo looked at the regalia of England,...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Toongabbie. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

ToongabMe. * Mi:. F. FAiiN-iiLr, has received the following letter:— 'Department of Ilailwuys, Sydney January i!)th, 188!). Sir,— With reference to your letter of the 17th instant, urging tlie pro vision of a siding at Tooniriibbio', I' have the honour to inform you the mailer lias had con sideration, and as there is already a siding jit Seven Hills, and another at Wonlwortliville, each plueo being only two miles distant from Toungiibbie, it is not thought to bo necessary to comply with your reijuost.— I have, etc, ]). ViiisxoA-, Secretary for .Railways.'

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The Central Cumberland Electorate. ITS WORK AND REQUIREMENTS. Frank Farnell's Stewardship. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

The Central Cumberland Electorate. ITS AVORK AND REQUIREMENTS. Frank Farnell's Steward ship. A Record of some of tho matters at tended to by him du ing tlio exist ence of tho Parkes Government. Reprinted from tho Cr.MituKi.Axn A kg us and Fuunv.nowKns' Advo cate. T00NGABB1E. In tho Assembly on Jan. 0, '89, Mv. Frank Fnrnell drew tho attention of tho Colonial Secretary to a ease of liardsliip which had occurred in tho administra tion of tho Yino Diseases Act at Toon gabbie, whore a whole vineyard had boen rooted up. The vigneron lind re ceived £50 as compensation for tho de struction of his vines, and tho yield of the vineyard would have been of no loss value than £75, independent of the fact that it would take three years before the old vines could be replaced by fruit bearing; vines. He would like to seo a clause introduced into the Act which would meet such eases. .Sir Henry Porkes said ho would make enquiries into the case. It is satisfactory to hear that Mr. Farnell, M.P., is in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

THE CUMBERLAND ARC-US AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF PAERAMATTA AND SURKOUNDIKG DISTRICT. I j s. a. Siikseriptitm, per quarter, iii advmiu'j 2 0 Do. booked .. .. l! a Single cupy . . , . . , ..02 Tunais or Advkmisiku : s. d. Tlivee lines ? 10 Six lines ? 19 Onoiiiuli ? - 0 Each additionnl incli . . . . 2 0 Births, Mill-rinses mid Deaths ?(ouch) ' ? 10 Rpcciai terms for advertisements ordered hy the quarter. Casual advertisements must Ijo prcpuicl, ex eept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of simie. Advertisements must state upon the face of them the number of times they are to bo in serted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 21th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, T ICENSE1) SURVEYORS Specially licensed under th...

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