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

'I) U B L I 0 ' NOTICE- I.O.R. I.O.G.T. G. R. HARRISS, For the last two years in the employ of Mr. S. Purncll, Baker, arj Baker, Pastrycook, and Con fectioner, has COMMENCED BUSINESS for himself as AVholesalo and Retail BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, AND CONFEC TIONER, hi those premises known as Eiitwistlo's Bakery, and directly Opposite Post Office, CH UKCH-STKEET, PARRAMATTA, 'Where ho hopes by strict attention to busi ness, with cleanliness combined, to meet a share of public patronage. Only a first-class article supplied. Bride and Christening Cakes nutde on the shortest notice . Iceiug and ornamenting done for the trade. bruhton & rnwmi, AUSTRALIAN ROLLER FLOUR MILLS AND GRAIN STORES, GRANYILLE Our Royal Patent Steel Roller Imperial Stone Brands of Flour /'IAN bo obtained from tho principal XU_ BAKERS and STORHKEJiPERS I).-iiyducy, Suburbs, and Country Districts, iHf* 2()0- 100,l'ind 501b Sacks. BUYERS OF PltlME MILLING WHEAT. MILL PRODUCE, FOAVL and PIG FEED, WHEAT SCREENINGS and ...

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

First Great Annual Stocktaking* Sale. During Stocktaking, T. W. POLLOCK will appropriate the Central Platforms on the basement, and the Galleries of his light and commodious Business Block, VICTORIA HOUSE, for the reception of all stock designed for Prompt Sale. The Sale will Commence on Monday, the 28th January, 1889. All Surplus Stock, and any stock not quite up to the smart mark of the present high standard of public demand will be relegated to the Platforms and Gallaries for disposal at simply Bargain. Prices, which to be fully appreciated, need only to be seen. Every department' will have a niche : An exhibition space allotted, and intending buyers are advised to make an early call as T. W. POLLOCK anticipates a speedy clearance of these great bargains in Dress Stuffs, Costumes, Silks, 'Velvets, Plushes, Mantles, Dolmaus, Hosiery, Laces (White, Black and Coloured), Millinery, Umbrellas, Sun Shades, and Fancy Goods in great force. The largo run upon the Furnishing Department has...

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

/'~1UMI!KRLAXD IH'IMJING L\S1) \J ANIUNVK-iTMMNT COMPANY, L1MITKI). The I!o:irl are now prepared to make ad vances on Mortgages. Uuks and all inforiim. tion on application at the oftbe, George-street, I'aiTumat- a. JXO. .IAS. MITXER Manager. '\\rOOD lUtESKItVrXG OIL, at \\ MURRAY BROS. A /'W \ GAM,. Sijiiarc Iron Tanks ^r\J ' / on sale. MUIJIJA.Y BKO3 lUVjU MURRAY BROS.

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

ALLOTMENTS OF LAND. FOR SALE. With Stouo Foundations in Lansdowuo-streot. Also allotments in Dixon-stroet, on liberal terms. Torrens Act. Five minutes walk from Railway Station. Apply THOMAS WIXON, ? Parramatta South. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Annual Excursion to Fern Bay, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th. ? CIOTI'AGE to Let iu Short-street, Parra J matta. Reduced Rent. Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatta. tvvcFTllotments 'of~land fou SALE. 170R SALE— a Bargain— those two Allot .1. monts of Land iu the Town of Parramatta South, originally granted to Richard Harper. Mr. Saundei-s, Church-st., Parramatta. GRAPE BOXES, to hold SOlbs., 11s per dozen. H. Sampson, Fruit Case Manu facturer, Sorroll-street, Parramatta. TpffiUCTION IN PRICE OF ClASi From the 1st of this Year Gas is reduced la per 1,000 cubic feet. Cash discount 5 per cent. Tho Directors are giving consideration to tho question of reducing tho charge for tho Streot Lamps. AVith this reduced price of Gas and also of Gas Stoves, Consumers woul...

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

HOMING. The fly from Moss Vale, for Jergerand Son's trophy, did not como off last .Saturday. Mr. U. Fletcher was the only one who senthis birds up, but; they failed to show up at, dus'c. The race will coine off on the !Jth February. Tho G'Milburn fly comes off on Saturday, (lie Kith. F.utries close fur the first, ovent on 'the 'itith in stant'. Two lofts must be complete, or no nice. Birds will be t.isseil at. intervals (if 10 minutes, aud not altogether, as heretofore. Kuch loft is limited U three birds.

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

Local Topics. Ox the lltlv inst., the late Assembly ordered a return to be printed showing the past opera tion of the ' expansive ' clauses of the Electoral Act of 1880, etc., etc. From this document we take tho following figures, which appear to us to be illustrative of signal ' local development' during the past few years: — On tho Central Cumberland Electoral Roll for tho year 'S2-'83 tho number of names was 3,S(i() ; . while on the Roll for \S8-'S9 the number is 9,089. The leap from the former to the last-named number indicates a progress more remarkable than that, even made bj' Canterbury, whose electoral number (of names) went up from 0,737 (on the 'S2-'83 Eoll) to 16,51-1 (on the Roll for \SS-'S9)— Central Cumberland's advance in number of voters meaning one something over 250 per cent., that of Canterbury registering below that figure. Parramatta didn't do amiss iu same six years, her 1,538 (or '82-'83 Roll) having swarmed up to 2,209 (on 'S8-'89 Koll). We cannot endorso the...

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

The Water Question. PUBLIC MEETING. A fuiilic meeting, convened by requisition to tho Mayor of I'arramaU:., Mr. 0. J. Byrnes, was held in the Town Hall, Parr.nu tt-i, o:i Friday evening to consider tlio unsatisfactory state of tho water supply to the town. The hull was crowded. Mr. George Pilo w.n called to tho chair, and in opening the mooting said he was only too glad to bo of any service to the town iu which he hud taken up his abode. He thought some steps should be taken to remedy the unsatisfactory state of affairs existing iu regard to the local water supply. 'Mr. D . '!'. Bishop moved the first resolution to the olfect that the supply from Hunt's Creek was so impure that steps should bo at once taken to connect with the Nepean at any cost. Mr. J. M. I'errier seconded the resolution. Ho s:iid some older resident should have occu pied his place, but seeing that no one had tho pluck to do so, ho cii'iie forward to help Mr. Bishop. They all knew tho villainous stuff that was bein...

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

Agricultural and Horticultural. (By Wkstmkad.) The California* Pump. — This is tlio cheap est mid probably tlio most, effective of all pumps for -garden rmrposts Diggers of tlio olden time, before; steam and gigantic quartz-crushing machines were heard of, were well acquainted with and constantly using and maliing these simple water lifters. For irrigating gardens they are unrivalled ; thoy lift such a largo quantity, and as there are no valves or narrow pipes to choke, they will work liquid manure evun when quite thick. Thoy are not suitable for a very high lift. Tho- modern windmills, as usually exhibited at our agricultural shows, are well enough to supply ralway engines, or to water stock out of a well, but for market gardoning purposes y- m want to raise 200 gal lons a minute at the very least, so as to send a little creek running down the garden, ami to flood auy bed to a depth of U inches in a few minutes. Well, wo will say you want a pump to lift 200 gallons a minute, 12ft. ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. AN "ARGUS" FRUIT SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

THE FiturrauowEKS' advocate. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. AN 'ARGUS' FRUIT SHOW. IVh. some considerable timo past; tho fruit-growci'u of tliis district have liad no roasonnblo and sufficient iiulucoinont iii'Id out to tliom by any local association to submit their produce to public com petition. Such being1 the case, and, moreover, inasmuch as there does not Hipoar to bo anj- prospect of any Asso ciation getting up a boim /tile Fruit snow, tne proprietors oi me uujuieu r-.\ND Anous and 'Fruitguowkus' Advo cate have determined to see what they jim do in a humble way to promote and jiirry out such an undertaking. In an jther part of to-day's issue of the Augus s published tho Programme and Prize Schedule, which, after mature consider ition, they venture to invite the Fruit growers and general public to endorse ivith their patronage and support. The prizes an; not largo we admit; but :lu;y are not so ridiculously puny and neagre as those which from timo to :iine local Associations have deemed...

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

(HUMBERLAND BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, .£20,000 Uucullcd capital, £15,000. Rcvcrvefund £2000. Money received on Fixed Deposit nt the fol lowing Rates : — For 12 months, 7 per cent per annum. 0 months, (- pur cent, per annum, And o percent, at call. Saving* Bank ISnmch. — Deposits of Ono Shilling and upwards received, and six (G) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, tmd no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, Manager. Office— Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street 'TniHS AUSTRALIAN JoTNT STOCK 1 BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital . . . . £500,000 With power to increase to £1,000,000 ?Rosorvo Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Doposi Us at current rales Hill* discounted and advances mudo on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all (he principal cities in the world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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THE VEXED WATER SUPPLY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

THE VEXED WATER SUPPLY QUESTION. Tuk motion that was carried at tho public meeting held last week to con sider the condition of the local water supply (which meeting, by the way, was hardly, ' tho largest and most repre sentative, ever held in Parramattu') re flected a very natural impulse rath or than auy solid amount of logical con sideration. That tho condition of tho water .supply is not what it should be, wo admit. That it is anything so bad — so hopelessly and irredeemably bad — as Mr. Aldornuin Taylok and his follow ing would (for municipal electioneering purposes?) niako it out to be, wo deny. At the time that the meeting was hold tho condition of the water was not so bud as it was after the misfortune had occurred that vitiated tho supply. To day its condition is still better. In a word, the misfortune, though ono that no human skill could have prevented, is ono that is not only retrievable but ono that is actually boing retrieved. Patience, therefore, is the spirit in whio...

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

THE ELECTIONS. Ii' all goes well, the Froetrado party will score a triumphant success in tho Parramattu and the Central Cumberland Electorates. What slight chance the Protectionists may have had when the local Freetraders were unorganised, has been destroyed by tho fortunate for mation of a local Freetrade Association, the managers of which havo only to work with the shrewdness and activity expected of them in order to consolidate such a vote for the right ' Bunch' as will give convincing proof that the majority of the men of the District are not tho dupes of the misleading theories of the oracles of Commercial llestric tiou. Thanks in large measure to the exertions of Mr. Neil Hakper, local Freetraders will riot bo caught napping this time. Tho new Association (the formation of which we havo repeatedly urged, but the actual establishment of which must be principally credited to Mr. IIaiumsk) has, however, no time to loose. What it should do in our humble opinion, is this : it shoul...

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

MR, R. A. RITCHIE'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. R. A. IUtchio is the latest candidate for Central Cumberland in tho Freetrado inter est. His address appears elsewhere. Last (Friday) night ho was expected to commence his campaign at Granville.

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

MR. D. DALE'S CANDIDATURE. At the conclusion of Mr. Farnell's address at Liverpool on Tuesday evening, Mr. David Dale, another Freetrado candidate, addressed tho meeting. Mr. Dale, who met with a generous recep tion, said he should ask their indulgence, as that was the first time that ho had addressed a meeting of that sort. He was a native of the country, having been born at Dural, and felt anxious to bo of some service to the country. (Applause.) Ho appeared before them as a I'reetraucr to me uacKoone. ji lrienu oi ins had eluded him on wearing a coat, tho mater ial of which came from America, but he (the candidate) said it was more shame for them if thoy allowed the wool to go out of the country and come back in the shape of a made-up article. (Applause.) Australia, with all her advantages, should be a great industrial county, and should be able to compete against the whole world. (Applause.) They had no occasion to be afraid of anybody. (Applause.) If they returned him, they wou...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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MONDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth and J. Foster, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Monday, Jasv.miy 21. (Before Messrs. G. T. Hunt, J. AVhilworth and J. Foster, Js.P.) George Farmer on warrant, pleaded not guilty to a chnrgo of assaulting Peter Molninny, at Potts Hill, on Saturday, the 12th itist. Compl tiiiniit stated that ho was Knocked about by a number of men, but not struck by any. They would th row his cap to tho ground, and when lie stooped to pick it up they would shove him down. Accused stated that ho had no part in the matter. H' called a witness to substantiate this statement, who failed to identify accused with the act, and the case was dismissed. Margaret Iliggins was charged by Eliz.i Lemon with wantonly throwing stones in tho public street, ll'.iokwood, to the danger of passers by, on tho 13th inst. There was a cross case in this matter, and, at tho suggestion of Mr. r.ichardson, the Bench asked the parties to withdraw the cases. T.ic advice was taken. William AVuldron was charged by James Doianey with cruelly illtreatiug a goat. From the evidence, ...

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

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND FREETRADE ASSOCIATION. A public meeting ot tho electors ot I'tirrii matta and Contral Cumberland was held in the Masonic Hall, Parramatta, ou AVednesday evening for tho purpose of forming a Frcetrado Association in tho district. The hall was well filled. Mr. S. Goold, J.P., of Ennington, was voted to the chair. Amongst those present were Messrs. N. H.irper, J.P. (tho convener), J. J. Miller, J. R. Linsloy, D. Dalo, C. AV. Mills, I'ltz A. iioyil, »? Jordan (..Ltyuo), j.i. lxugncs, R. Harper, T. H. Marshall (Granville), E. Hilton, J. Saunders, John Taylor, J.P., A\r. Stimson (Fail-field), F. Beiuues, H. Coatcs, Murray, 13. N. Murray, R. A. Ritchie, Alder man Forsyth (Rydo), Selby (Field of Mars), Rev. D'Aroy Irvine, G. Mortimer, J. Caddy, E. Rice, J. Arundell, T. M. Shepherd, John Booth, G Ardill, J. AVatt, H. Stephcnson, AV. Patterson, J. G. Fyall, J. H. Mansell, 0. AV. Lloyd, J.P., and others. Tho chairman, in opening the meeting, said tho step they woro about to ...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and N. Stewart, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Saturday, January 10. (Before Messrs. II. Byrnes ami N. Stewart, .r«.i?o .James Tiuliicr, locked up for protection, was discharged. Mary Ami Smith, chaigcil by Constable May with being an idle ami disorderly person, and having no lawful visible means of support, was sent to Dnrlinghurst Onol for six months. Charles Delnuey was charged with stealing a (.'?3-uoto from hi.s brother, John Delaney. Con stable May deposed to arresting accused, who denied the charge and slated that he only had a few shillings on him. When roarched two pound-nut:* and -Is. 1M. was tonnd on mm — ono note was fouirl secreted in the sleeve of tin c ar., and another between two shirts he was wearing. AVitness discovered that accused had cashed a ,£-3-note at the Granville Co-operative Stores. John Delaney, brother of accused, stated that ho was drinking with his brother at the Royal Hotel, Granville, aud had on him C2G 17s ; gave Mrs. GuddurJ t'21 to mind ; his brother told him not to...

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

THE PROTECTIONISTS IN EARNEST. At a largo meeting of tho Grand Council of the Central Cumberland Protection Association ou Thursday evening, Messrs. Alban Gee, John Thorpe, AV. H. Greaves, and N. G.;Bull were selected to do battle for their cause in Contral Cumberland, Their programme of meetings appears in another column. To-nwrrow (Sat urday) they shout their witr-whoop at Rook wood.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. (Before Capt. McRae and Messrs. H. Byrnes and E. Ellison, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

AVkdxksday. Jasi-ahy 2:!. (Before C.ipt. Mollao. air.l Messrs. H. Bvrnos and E. Ellison, Js.P.) ?Archibald Ivontwell, on remand, charged with heing drunk, was lined 20s or 7 days. James Lye v. Frederick Birmingham. Neglecting to quit certain promises when called upon to deliver up same. Defendant pleaded cause to show. Mr. J. R Bowden appeared for complainant, who stated that defendant was a weekly tenant and owed over .CIS. Defend ant stated that ho was a yearly tcnunnt. He left once and gave three months' notice. When he resumed tenantship, he went iu on the snnio terms. The Bench ordered defendant to give up possession in seven days. Archibald Mclnnes was charged with nog lectinu- lo comply with an order of the court for tho maintenance of his wife. He was .C!) Us in arrears. Tho Bench gave defendant 11 days to pay up. Joseph Martin charged Phillip Walker with stealing a soldering iron and a cutter. Complainant stated that he had lost the soldering inn about tho end of June last;...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before Messrs. G. Pile, O. Saunders, and E. Mason, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 26 January 1889

Tuksday, Jasuauy 22. (Before Messrs. G. Pile. O. Saunders, and E. Mason, Js.P.) John Delaney was lined Ids, or IS hours for being drunk, and disorderly, For obscene language he was final '-'O.i c r 7 days. AVulter Tulipau and Jame-i Smith charged with stealing about -Icwt. of tallow, the pro perty of Turner and Tiennie, of Druitt Town. Tho arresting canstablo deposed to finding a quantity of the tallow in » oiivt claimed' by Tulipan. Another portion of tho tallow was found in tho bush. Prisoners said to the con stable, ' we can get in work, and we are not going to starve.' Tho tallow was valued at, about C(i. Two witnesses swore to seeing the prisoners removing the fat from the tallow house to the c.-irt. The prisoners pleaded guilty and elected to te dealt with summarily They were sentenced to six months' hard labour in l'arramntta Gaol.

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