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ALLEGED THEFT OF JEWELLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

ALLEGED THEFT OF JEWELLERY. A Frenohman named Louis Napoleon Fran-V ceschy was brought before the Parramatta Bench, on Thursday, 25th alt., on a charge of having stolen three watches, and a quantity oi jewellery, from Napoleon Michelland, of Crown-street, Parramatta South — In whose service accused had been. The presiding jus tices (Messrs. Harper and Jones) naving taken formal evidence, postponed the further hearing of tbe case till Friday, 2nd August

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HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I. O. G. T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I. O.G.T. The quarterly meeting of this lodge was held in the Friendly Societies' Hall. Parmmatta, on Wednesday evening last Bro. Hall, C. T. presided. Among the visitors present were Bro. G. D. Clark, G. C. T., who, in response to the usual vote of gave an address, full of instruction and encouragement Part of the business of the evening was the election of o (Boers which resulted as follows: C. T., Bro. Hall(re-eleoted) ; V. T. Sister Stokes juo. secretary, Bro. Touson, financial secretary, Bro. MsJtin(re-elected), treasurer, Bro. Morgan, (re-elected) ; chaplain Sister Morgan ; marshal, Bro. Harradine coord, Bro. Dal ton ; sentinel, Bro. Eldred, pianist, Sister M. Harris ; : librarian, Bro. Touson (re-elected). Delegates to tbe Parramatta Temperanoe Allianco were eleoted, Bro. Yousen and Sis. Smith, sen., ! being appointed. The programme committee were empowered tp meet during the week to ; prepare syllabus lot next term. On next Wed nesday the installation ce...

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THE PREMIER'S WATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

THE PREMIER'S WATCH A movement is on foot to present the Premier with a new watch in the place of the one he lost on polling nigbt. The proposal emanates from members of the Froetrade Council. Curiously enough, another move- 1 ment having the same object in view was on the eve of being started amongst the newly elected members of the Free trade party, but it was dropped when it became known that other , arrangements were already in progress.

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A. H. C. GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

A. H. C. GUILD. Tbe half-yeai'iy meeting of tbe Parmmatta branoh of the A. H. C. Guild was held on Fri day evening, 26th ult. The report and balance sheet showed steady progress. There were now 186 members on the roll. The aggregate assets of the socioty amounted to £1662 16s 2d. The following councillors were elected for the half year: Bros. T. Cranny, F. Guerin, W. Austin, jun., J. Teddiman, and E. Meehan.

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PRESENTATI0N. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

PBESENTAHON. On Friday night last (26th ult), the worthy captain of tbe Central Cumberland Crioket Club — Mr. 8. B. Walford — wa s entertained by his fellow-clubmen at supper, laid in Thorpe's Hotel, Churah-streetNorth, Parramatta. During the evening, the Mayor (Mr. C. J* Bjroes), as President of the duo, presented Mr. Walford, on behalf of the members, with an Illuminated address, expressive of their sense of his long* continued services as captain and secretary. Below the signatures — those of C. J. Byrnes and Hugh Taylor, as President and Patron re spectively — was a portrait croup, showingmost of the leading members of the team. The high success of the club in the past season, when they were runners-up In the electorate contests, was adverted to in tbe address. Messrs. D. O'Reilly, M.L.A., and F. Iredale added a few words, expressive of Mr. Walford'A personal worth and ability as club manager. The re cipient suitably responded. During the even ing, Mr. Gorney, scorer, was also t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Headers are r«iae$ted |U) pat ronise the adveitlsers whose announeemento appaar in their 'Frae Press,' a&4 tp inention the met, ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Nottoe to. Correspondents. All oonupunioitioM moant lor' Insertion In the iwlnmn, nt HitopipigmngtlieaoennniMileJ by the real riame and addrMi bUhunltas, not neoeuarily'tor,'paUlMllon, Ink as a guarantee ol goodnIaith. We ^aerve to onndvea the n^it of publishing -ot rejeot iwr. Mg rffliimnn'T^iT'i and4hOM: that toTST^meottieiUlow alt aft' fir fiie vahlde'ol aiur.aort of aoimw whatever, will be ln sated-Mn the inae-ptper badcet Be- , jectod oommnnloaUoOB -*nnot be returned. We win tlwayi be glaA to nodve-itema of news, whieh, U neoe«W, ,wUl be re vised in the offioe; and weretaiiee ,ol football, arioket, lawn ttaais, and todred flnbs, art' oordlitHy invited to »«4 inae eeant*bfiUiriulHilie(,-(-ii' ~

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BAULKHAM HILLS. Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

BAUT.KKAM HILLS. Accident An accident occurred to Mrs. Brooks of the Parramatta Asylum for the In firm and Destitute, Maoqoarie-street, Parramatta, on Sunday, morning last. Mrs. Brooks was driving out in the Will« district, with a gentleman friend, in a sulky trap ; and when descending Horwooa'e hfil, near the Cross Roads, her pony bolted. Jfhe trap collided with a telegraph post near Mr. J. Pearce's. Mrs. Brooks was thrown out, coming to the ground withmuchviolenoe. When she was picked up, it. was dis covered that her mst was broken, and she was braised abbot the face and heed. lb. Dowdney wfts sent_fw, and he attended tq the gflffferas 'The sulky ' The pony was oompara- 1 tiycjy Utile the worse for his adventure ffrs.Brooks remained at M?- Pww's ^^iae' titt tttei in *£$ $ay» * vehiole wa? jgqt for {com jHffaunatta, and qh# wjkflrenwved fc- har -wn home. $be!,«MKtenV waa aiiewauoiwl gne; ani^&nn&g, is it $d- w aooii after .the Dthtniin which . ' tin ponies ' played ...

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In a Tank. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

In a Tank I The fact that several big men about here have got into tanks lately, and had great trouble to get ont again, offers an inducement for me to give warnings to others, — unleBs they like to try the experiment for themselves. This is how it all happened : In con sequence of the continuous dry weather, the tanks got empty one after another, which offered a chance of cleaning them , out. So in went citizen No. 1 into a tank, with alt the necessary scrubbing u tenuis, eto. ; and all went well till the time came to 'get out.' The head got out right enough, but not so the shoulders. Try this way, and that way ; torn any way : ? no go i Well, it looks fanny on paper — but I can tell yon it isn't t At last citizen No. 1 lifts op one arm and stioks it out through the hole along with the head, ana lo I up goes he, thanking heaven for a merciful escape. He says nothing to his neighbours, though ; lest they might have a cheap smile. Consequently, Citizen No. 2 tries the same thing, and...

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The Most Honorable. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

The Most Honorable. I (Thomas C4eitle.) Two men I tonour, and no third. First, the : toil- worn craftsman that withlesfth-maie implenicnt laboriously conquers the eqrth and make- her man's. Venerable to me ia (he hard hand, ' crooked, coarse, wherein notwithstand ing lies a cunning virtue, indefeasibly royal as of the soeptre of this planet. Venerable too is tbe ragged face, all weather-tanned, besoiled, with its rude intelligence, for it is the face of a man living manlike. Oh, but the more venerable for thy rudeness, and even because we must pity as well as love thee, hardly-entreated brother I For us was thy back so bent, for us were thy limbs and-fingers so deformed ; thou wert our conscript on whom the lot fell, and fighting our h&tttes wert so marred. For in thee too lay a God-ores ted form, but it was not to be unfolded : encrusted must it stand with the thiok adhesions and defacements of labour, and thy body, like thy soul, was not to know freedom. Yet toil on, toil ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

REVISIOK QF THE -GREAT SEDUCTIONS AT FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE KIPPERED HEBBINGS ) ENGLISH JAMS, from 5}d per tin. DIGBY CHICKS \ 71' PEB TIN. ? ? ? FINDON HADDOCKS j SARDINES from 8|d. Best Brands Only. Special Attention is directed to the faot that one of the Largest Stocks in the District is on Sale at FAWLEY'S CENTRAL CASH STORE ; in fact, it is questionable whether any otter House buys as largely FOB CASH — hence the secret of LOW PRICES AND FRESH GOODS. In addition to the Large Stock on Hand at FAWLEY'S CENTBAL CASH STOBE, he has in Bond at the present time, awaiting tbe Bemoval of the Duty, a Urge Shipment of Goods of the Choicest description ; and two other Shipments en route from London. Five (5) Ton of Best GROWN SOAP for Sale at lCs per Cwt. Arnott's Biscuits, from S}d per lb. Arrowroot 4d Alum 8d Baking Powder — Batho's 8d ; Champion's, Aunt Mary's, Waugh's, Joe Hart's, Burge's, Soyer's 2/9 per half doz., 6/8 doz. Barley (Pearl) 2 id, or 61bs for 1/ Bloater Paste (Maco...

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WILD ROSE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

WILD BOSE SOCIAL, An enjoyable Wild Rose social wan the at traction in tbe local dancing world on Friday evening. 2tith inst. The Masonic Hall was the scene of revelry by night. Mr. H. Holliday upheld his old reputation (or ability ns M.C. Mr. Edwards presided at the piano. At 10.30 p.m., refreshments were served to the guests ; and dancing was then resumed with zext and enjoyment Among the pleasure-seekers were : — Miss Holliday, in myrtle green ; MLss T. Brown, brown, with velvet trimmings; Bliss Cutler, heliotrope Mrs. Howard, navy blue : and Misses L. Chambers, black; Brogden, black and heliotrope! E. Brogden, fawn and red; E. Brown, grey and heliotrope ; E. Robertson, brown and velvet; Dunbar, black ; M. Shayler, navy; C. Chambers, lawn and brown ; Wilkinson, black and velvet; M. Cal laway, blue; A. Jenkins, grey and brown : L. Davis, cream and black ; 8. Jenkins, grey and velvet trimmings; M. O'Brien, black and white ; Edwards, cardinal and black ; Ronl ston, fawn and brown ; ...

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THE UNION CLUB'S SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

THE UNION CLUB'S SOCIAL. ' An enjoyable danoc was the Union Club's | Social at the Masonic Hall, Parrhmatta, on Monday night last There were about 40 ! couples jneaent, whose enjoyment was pro moted to an unstinted degree by those princely M'e.C., Messn. Pitt and Parties, sir. W. Edwards presided At tbe music stool ; and thing* there, naturally, went merrily. .Vmong the ladies we notioed : Mi*s B. Doric, black and chiffon ; Miss E. Tollia, blue ; Miss M. Gibbs, grey and violet ; Miss Minnie Ryan, black ; Miss Lambert, black and violet ; Miss Mabel Tollis, black and pink ; Miss M. Sprowles, brown and pink ; Mist* Lang, brown and pale green ; Miss J. Delaney, fawn and moss green ; Mian R. Shayler, electric blue and velvet trimmings ; Mi*s Dora Deluney, fawn and green ribbons ; Miss Sprowles, brown and red; and Mrs. Hilder, brown. Refresh ments were served during the evening ; and | the enjoyment was maintained at full height till 2 a.m. on Tuesday.

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PARRAMATTA LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

PARBAMATTA LICENSING COUBT. At a special sitting of the Parramatta Licens ing Court, on Saturday last, the license of the Cottage Inn was transferred from C. F. Newrey to Alice Burton.

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Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

/;v 1 The :ia &&»?? sent, ysry. jfeww go*'. The irost 3m at ,nigW,'. The ^day^BwSlijm j^He^kiwd,dry. The tse ?ditibni.. ; ; jP»4. mchong abodt at preeent win snr vive the remainder oi die cold weather. , The wea&er & alao tellipg npon not lar^^^^Pnbhc Bcho9l.^,j.':iv^|

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THE RECENT JEWELLERY ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

THE RECENT JEWELLERY BOBBERIES. During the last fortnight several house holders residing at or near Harris Park have suffered the loas of various articles of Jewellery mysteriously abstracted daring the day-time. Suspicion fell on some of the host of hawkers now plaguing the district, and on 17th ultimo, two arrests were made in Sydney— one, if not both of the young men taken into custody being fairly well-known by sight hereabouts In connection with a hawker's cart, bearing the designation of *? The Dodger.' The two ac cused, George Wilson and James Hill, were charged at Parramatta Polioe Court on iSidAy morning with stealing a set of gold studs, set of silver studs, gold chain, etc., the property of W. Dowson. Constable Wilson (Sydney) deposed that on the afternoon of 17th ultimo, lie arrested the aeoused in George-stfeeti Sydney ; he searched them, and found on Wilson a gold hraoelet oonce&led in the back of his vest. In a coat pocket he found the gold sleeve-links. Charg...

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Butty Gang Regulations. EMPLOYMENT OF MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

Butty Gang Regulations. XUTLOTUStfT OP J OS, All men will be employed dlrectiy from the Boads and Bridges Office, and no man is to be otherwise engaged for work in any of these gangs without permission from the Commis sioner, or the Divisional Engineer for &6&ds. EUBCT10H or OAXOBB, WHO WILL ACT AS COOTBACTOB. . On any work being started, the men to he employed on soch work, will be Mastered at an appointed plaoe, as shall he directed, when thev will proceed to elect their own ganger, ana make any other necessary arrangements - for starting work. The ganger so elected by | tne men saau^ne looseaupctttin every respect, as a oo^aok«y-*ll ffyments iriil , j-e maae in his name',' fend the.aepartmeht WflT took to b-»n only for the doe performance of the work, and for the carrying 4nt iif these regolatione, ijujaemsrae or woes. On the contractor belzu? elected* a D^tart mental estimate, in detail, of the work to bt carried opt afrall be sobmitled to -ho contrac tor, in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

The Old Australian Grocery StotrsE, - W. GATES, I GEOEGE STREET (Near Chueoh Stbeet), , ' J [Established /n 18631, - ' ^ Oontdnues to Supply the Very Best Values iii Olioice - . -f FABSH BOASTBD OOPFBBS, and General Groceries. I With regard to TEA, a proper knowledge of Tea Values, and Tea Blen^ng ) cannot be gained in the short time may be supposed from the number ot 1 Dabblers in that particular article who have recently sprung into existence. Having had OVEB A QUABTEB OF A CENTUBY'S PBACMCE IN | TEA BLENDING, I venture to ask A TRIAL of my various Blends tad other TEAS at prices within the reach of all at from -/&, 1/-; and upWara^. Some of the leadmg Brands of PACKET TEAS are kept in Stock, : j Fresh-made BUTTER from the very best Creameries received daily. jj| MAIZE, BBAN, POLLABD, OATS, CHAFF, WHEAT, HAY, 8TBAW , and best Brands of KEBOSENE at LOWEST PBICE6. I 13* Customers Waited on tor Orders Weekly. lAf altei* : Gates9 J#/? ? GROCER, r— / Q-BORGhE ST., P^RRAM A.TT A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 3 August 1895

TO READ THIS ! . . . ¥ ^TTAVE yoa ever triediBi J, PERRY. for Provisions? If ppt, do bo atpnee- Hejucps jg] 'XI everything yon jesp {menttonjnjhe jrotlllon Hois, ooc^od ^1 ofloo^flg, ymter or summer, tts VHflV S ! all the same. If yoa' can't, call or send, wBITE A K0Tfi—4i wQl havp the saafie atteptiop. ngj , . BOTT£B, 4or instance, is one of his #peelal Jines. Qaality and pxioa canqot be beat. 0end'Jor a, IB) . aample'-pooni of hta Creamsy BaUer, ttr sand word to the shop foe the o*rt to cajl. BAOQN— Hft njg . keeps theyery best Hand-oored trom id^lh. . POBK, Fresh ana.PicWed DaiiyJed. This year he la uDj getting In from Mr. Bennetts Farm, Castle Hill, SUCKING PIGS to of&er, P0ULTBY of .every . jra description. Fowis, ^rees6d, from 8/- pair. We also -drees toot own -Mnltay;'aspt lor and delivered all readv for the table »t a id small charge. Poultry Bo.aght, Sold or Exchanged. All Kinds of Small Goods, Cooked Meats, &c, ^c. Ope Trial Solicited. USl Families waited o...

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