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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

THE FIlUITGltOWEltS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS The 'bill of f avo ' ' offered to municipal electors is one of quite sufficiently ample scope, mid should bad returns be made, it will sololy be tlioir own fault. If the ratepayers of l'arraiuatta, of Granvillo, and of 1'rospect and Sher wood have any hankering after economy and honest equitable administration in municipal affairs, thoy have only got to vote rationally at tho coming elections in order to make a good step towards realising their aspirations. Let us tnko Graitvil/e first. In the two wards, for the representation of which the election ?will be contested, there should bo no difficulty about tho choice. In West AVard it would, in our opinion, bo pro postorously foolish (or next door to it) for a ratopnyor to prefer either Mr. Jamks Cook or Mr. .Tajiks 8. Lkogott to Mr. Joy. T. Pi'KA.ii.8, who is eminently well qualified to make a. particularly able municipal representative, in North 'Ward tho co...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes and R. Harper, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

THURSDAY, JaXUAEYSI. (Before Messrs. II. Byrnes and It. Harper, J.s.'P ) James Byrne charged wi-li desertiug his wife, and called upon to show cause why an order for maintenance should not bo made against him. Mary Jane Byrno deposed that defendant was her husband; on 'the 18th instant he assaulted her aud tried toch'keher, afterwards turning her and her eldest ooy out ot doors ; that was about 1 o clock in tho morn ing ; she was afraid to go back to him, as ho. had treated her that way so often ; she had boon married '23 years, aud dining that time she had lived with her husband about 11 years, the remainder of the time ho had oil and on deserted her ; she had supported herself for about 19 years by needlework. At this stago tho case was postponed till Monday.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

R. Linsley (candidate for Parliamentary honors) also spoke. The choir, with Mr. L. Pogson conducting, sang some really nice selections in a most creditable manner, adding much to tho enjoyment of the duy. Collections wero taken up morning and evening, in aid of the Building fund, and a good many donations were given towards it at tho meeting iu the afternoon. The see. (Mr, AVatson) read the financial statement as follows : — Contract, £S7-3 ; extra money, for slates on roof instead of iron, £0.5 ; sundry expenses (including architect's), £10 lls; total cost, .tOStf lls. Receipts: Collected, and pro ceeds from laying foundation stouo, £310 10s Gd; opening .service proceeds, £19 7s fid; col lections and donations, £97 10s; grant pro mised from Sustentation Fund, £90 ; altogether making £70-1 Is Od, thus leaving a debt of £'270' 'Ja Gd. I would hero state that several kind friends gave lsimps and till the furniture for the chapel, and tho ladies worked among themselves and gave the mat...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

BOAATGS. Following are Rosohill's ougagoments for 1888-0 :— President's Trophy: '2nd Feb., Rosohill v. Glebo, on Newto ivn Green ; 2nd March, Balmnin v. Newtovvn, on City Green, City v. Rosehill, on Glebe Green, Globe — a bye ; -1th May, Rosehill v. Balmain, on New town Green ; 1st Juno, Newtown v. Eoschill, on Glebo Green. Inter-club matches : IGth March, Rosehill v. Balmain, on Newtown Green ; 20th April, Rosehill v. St. Leonards, on City Green ; 18th May, Rosehill v. Glebo, on Balmain Green; 15th June, Rosehill v. Bal main, on City Green; 13th July, TJ.R.C. v. Mosehill, on St. Leonards Green; 17th Aug. City v. Rosehill, on Newtown Green.

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Parramatta Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta Benevolent Society. ? -5» ? The annual meeting of the above institution was held iu the School of Arts on AVodnesday evening last, the Von. Arohdeacou Gunther presiding. In addition to a number of gentle men, four ladies worn present, and tho chair man, in opening tho meeting, took occasion to note the fact and stated that lie could only wish there were more ladies present. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read, the chairman at length ex plained tho working of the society aud held that the society was one, without having any political, religious or social distinction which appealed to the moral and philanthropic in stincts of tho people of tho district. It was not a society that encouraged mendicity and beggary. Every effort was made to enquire into the merits of each case, aud poverty was the only recommendation required. At a moot ing of tho committee a week or so back, when enquiring into the various cases, it was the unanimous decision that not one n...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A special general meeting of delegates was hold iu tho School of Arts, Parramatta, on Monday evening, Mr. N. Kirby in tho chair. All association clubs were represented. Brush Farm wero awarded their Cup match against True Blue iu consoquonco of the latter club not showing up . Hornsby and Auburn, being the only clubs who had not been defeated for the OmiuiiELAXD Aequs Cup, wero ordered to meet in tho next round, and tho draw with tho other clubs re sulted as follows :— Coatos A v. Albion, on tho Albert wicket ; Coatcs B. v. Brush Farm, on Coates wicket. Tho Hornsby- Auburn match will be commenced on February 10th on Coates wicket, and the final of the Ferris Trophy con tests, between Field of Mars and Albert, will start on tho Albort wicket on tho same date. The disqualification was removed from the Galatea Club in consequeuco of their arrears having been paid. Tho secretary was instructed to write and endeavour to arrange three matches with A...

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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Granville Borough Council. The ordinary fortnightly meeting was held on Wednesday last, in tho Town Hall. Pre sent—The Mayor (Alderman Unwin) pre siding-, and Alderman Howiesou, Grimwood, Marshall, Forsyth, and Ross. Tho Finance Committee reported tho usual examination of accounts, aud recommended payment of accounts amounting to £388 lls lOd. Adopted. Tho Council passed a late presented account, amounting to £l-3s -Is. In answer to tho Mayor the Council Clerk said that afier paying accounts passed there would be about .€100 to the credit of the Coun cil. The Works Committee reported that a report on tho discrepancies iu tho measurements of kcrking had been received, aud the Overseer of AVorks exonerated from all blame. Alderman Marshall moved that the report bo referred back to tho AVorks Committee. The matter of tho charges against tho Oveeseer of AVorks had beou dealt with witli a very scenty attendance, and ho thought the matter ought to be thoroughly ventilated. Alddernian Ross...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

FIXTURES. Auburn A. v. Granvillo A, at Granvillo. Auburn : Hayes (3), Barton, Conroy, Miller, Elliott, Fentou, Lambeth, Marshallaiuo, Ever ett, Mantova. Auburn B. v. Independent B. at Auburn. Auburn : Moores, Taylor, Lightfoot, Mills, Burns, Grace, Ayres, Clements, Mitchell, Nor ton, Grinrod. Tho following members aro selected to play for the Albions against Rosehill on Albion ground to day : — Jones, Gurlick, Guorin, Egaus, AVall, Brotherson, AV. Smith, Lake man, F. Cook, E. Cook, Peters, Wilkinson 12, Sprowles 13. Field of Mars v. Coatcs, at Field of Mars:— Spurway. Kirby. Homers, J. Cowell, (f. Cowell, Savage, Eugall, Bowermnn, Stovcaay Franks, Griffiths, 12 Stevens, 13 Webb. Galatea v. Stratfield. The following will represent the former on tho latter wickets Krathuold this afternoon :— Halmarick (2) Christie, AVearn, Howlett, Kennedy, Cater, M. Buckley, Puckrige, AVhiteford, Card, Claxton(l).

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 30. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper, and C. W. Lloyd, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

AVudxksd.yy, January, 30 (Butv.ro Messrs. H. Byrnes, 11. Harper, and C. AV. LI .yd, Js.lM John Granny was fined us. or '21 hours for drunkenness. Arthur Greenwood was fined the sameamouut for a similar offence. DoAVict, of Auburn, was charged with an evasion of tho Stamp Duties Act by not affixing a stamp to a receipted account. Defendant was away irom homo when tho summons was served and did not put in an appearance. The case was heard ex parte. Edward Angelo, of Rookwood, deposed that he was a builder, on the 11th August last defendant supplied him with a quantity of timber, and witness paid off tho sum of £19, for which ho received uroceipt, unstamped. Tho Bench stated that no law was made to enable one person lo revenge or perse cute another. According' to tho evidence of deponent ho had a contract with defendant for of a quantity of timber. A disagreomant had occurred and defendant, after waiting for nearly six mouths, took this proceeding. The Bench fined the defendant Is, lea...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

THE TURF. Mr. H. Bennett's Sybil won tho pony nice, at Muorelicld,

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, JANUARY 28. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, T.F. Mackenzie, S. Crawford, and G. Pearce, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions MoynAY, Jaxuary '2S. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, T. F. Mackenzie, S. Crawford, and G. Pcaroe, Js. I'.) James Tighc was charged with stealing two pairs of trousers aud a piece of cloth, the pro perty of Mr. McGoo. Constable AVillmott de posed to going tj tho residence of accusod, and finding tho articles concealed behind a box. Accused was drunk, and cried when charged with tho offence. MoGeo deposed to missing tho articles, aud recognized those produced as his property. Ho valued the lot at £3 . AVit ness did not wish to press the charge. Prisoner pleaded guilty and elected to bo dealt with summarily. Ho was sent to gaol for one month, hard labour. David Fioinming aud Edward Stephen were charged with being drunk, but in consideration of their being locked up since Saturday, they were discharged. Dennis Kennedy, charged with using inde cent language, pleaded guilty, and was fined ?10s and is (id costs, with the option of 11 days iu gaol.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

I1 x-i i: ^ L Q)MV) W Town Hall, Parramatta, ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889. MO IN PRIZES. —Prize Schedule— 1. General Collection of Fruits, 1st prize, £3 ; 2nd prize, £1. 2. Collection of Citrus Fruits, 1st prize, .-61 10s : 2nd prize, 10s. 3. Collection of Oranges, 1st prize, £1 10s; 2nd prize, 10s. 4. Collection of Lemons, Limes and Citrons, 1st prize, £1 10s ; 2nd prize, 10s. 6. Best Twelve Dozen Lisbon Lemons, 1st .prize, £1 ; 2nd prize, 10s. 6. Collection of Grapes, 1st prize, £1 10s ; 2nd prize, 10s. 7. Collection of Apples, Pears, and Quinces, 1st prize, £1 10s; 2nd prize, 10s. . S. Collection uf Apples, lstprize, £1 10s ; 2nd prize, 10s: 9. Collection of Peaches and Nectarines, 1st prize, £1 10s ; 2nd prize, 10s. 10. Collection of Jellies, not less than 12 bottles, 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd prize, 5s. 11* Collection of Jams, 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd prize, 5s 12. Dozen Bottled Fruits in Syrup, 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd prize, 5s. 13. Dozen Bottled Fruits in Water, 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd prize,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

TENNER'S ESTATE.Baulkham Hills. Buy fj an Allotment for your ehildren.Risiiig'dis triefc. Terms witbiu the reach of all. W. A. BRODIE & CO., Parramatta. ALLOTMENTS OF LAND ±\ FOR SALE. With Stone Foundations iu Lansdpwne-street. Also allotments iu Dixon-streot, ou liberal terms. TorreusAct. Five minutes walk from Railway station. Apply THOMAS DIXON, ? Parramatta South. /^lOT TAItIT to Let in 'Short-streot, Parra XJ, matta. ? Retluced Rent. . Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatiia. aTIVA.NACHtS D]srufectaut~for' Close' Paus, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, ? MURRAY BROS. TAVO ALLOTMENTS OF LAND FOK SALE. TJ7OR SALE-a Bargain— those two Allot Ji_ ments of Land in the Town of Parramatta South, originally granted to Richard Harper. Mr. Saundei-s, Clmrch-st., Parramatta. TENNER'S ESTATE] Baulkham HilTs ?y which has been so long locked up is now open to public competition. Attend the sale and secure a bargain |3lXN0'lmcrVioTim~lnsS M. E. SAUN JL...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta Borough Council, The last regular mooting of tho Council's year was hold on AVedncsday overling:, Pre sent: Tho Mayor (Mr. 0. J. Byrnes) iiud Aldermen Dixon, Taylor, Brodie, Beanies, Moxham, Dcllow, Tierunn, Booth, Ferris, and Oox. An apology was received from Alder man Brow. The Mayor acknowledged tho receipt of a report from Ilio Overseer of Works to the elt'cot that tho liiiirl-rnil on Hie Ponmint-strcet bridge was defective and required replacing. A report was also received from the Inspector of Nuisances stating that the system of remov ing nigh l-soil from the George and Macquarie strect Government Asylums caused a nuisance mid rended the authorities liable to prosecution. The Finance Coinmitto reported that the cost of connecting with the Nepeau would be .€?100 ; daily cost for water, £'21 ; wages aud interest on loan £-1- 2s lid : daily receipts, £9 ; daily deficit, .CIS '2s 3d If tho Hunt's Creek reservoir wore emptied, there was considerable uncertainty as to wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Pree Trade Leaflets, Third Series, No. 5. ,; Tlie tollowuiH luttci lias been mklrossed to (lie editor ul' the Ak/w- by a Vittoiiiin I. inner : — Sn,- Why cannot the farmers my at once, what is i ? any of 1 heir hearts, if not on their tongue?. Unit their chief grievance is the heavy burden put upon them by the protective policy of the country / Al the late conference there were men, of whom I was one, ready and willing to go to the l'rcmier and ask — not for a bonus upon wheat, which we know to he an impossibility — 1 ut for the repeal of all duties specially affecting 0111 iudui-tiy. t'.r leave to buy in Ihe cl eapest market, as we are obliged to tell in it. for the right lo carry on our business independently1 of the Custom House-ami free from interference by the State. But we were in a small minority ai il our hands were. tied. We nad no chance against the shining bait of a bounty on wheat exported, which would enable the glow er to defy Ihe local buyer unless he was i repared to...

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HOMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

HOMING. It seems strange that tho members of the Homing Society can't got any satisfaction when they send their birds to Moss Vale. Few re turn from that spot, and when telegrams aro sent respecting tbo matter no answer is forth coming. The members have complained about the matter to the authorities.

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Sports and Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Sports and Games. Brush Farm v, Alberts. Brush Farm met the Alberts on tho latter's wicket on Anniver sary Day to play an all day match, which re sulted in a very easy win for tho f urmer by 1 wicket and 175 runs. Tho Alberts occupied the creases first, but could hmuke no eudway against tho bowling of J. and G. Spurwuy, backed up by splendid fielding. Tho brilliant catches made by R. and J. Spurway arc worthy of special mention. Turkington played well for his score, Cardiff contributed his by vigorous batting. For B. F., Furnell signalized his first appeuranco with them by a brilliant display of all-round play. Jordan and AV. Short also played woll for their scores. Veitch, Crisp, and Loughurst bowled best for tho losers. Alberts C. C— 1*1 inninps. Turkiii'tou, r, 1) ?'. Voitcli, k, Ii J. Simrwuy 2 Spiirwiiy... ...W I.iiiisliurns, b li. Bimr Thwaitc, b .1. Simnvi.y d way ... ... a McLnrcu, f, bj. Spin-- lioum, not out ... t! w,iv ... ... 7 V. Vcitcli, p, b ,T. Spur Sm-lie, c, b J. S...

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Parramatta School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta School of Arts. The annual meeting of the Parramatta School or Arts was held in the lecture hall of the in stitution on Tuesday evening. Present: Tho Aron. Archdeacon Gunther (president), in tho chair, tho Rev. D'Arey Irvine, and Messrs. R. H. Do Low, H. M. Todhunter, AY. R. Murray, J. J. Brenan. AV. AV. Boclenham. A. C. AVillis. P. Quirk, John Taylor, T. AV. Pollock, AV. G. Bladou, J. Arundale, and others. The President said it would be seen that the roport was a most satisfactory one all along tho line. The members had considerably increased during tho year and the receipts from subscrip tions were larger than they ever had boon. The committee hud seen their way to open the insti tution during tho day, and the reading room had boon well patronised. Horefened in grate ful terms to tho lecture by Professor M'Callum on ??Tenuyj-on,' which ho said was ornate and beautiful in style, ami if delivered by an orator would havo been described as (iiio of the best lectures deliver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

AL13EET STREET, NORTH PARRAMATTA. AUCTION SALE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7th. WA. BRODIE and CO. have been ? favoured with instructions from . Mr. E. Kell to Sell by Public Auc tion, at their Salerooms, George-street, Parramntta, on tho above date, at 11.30 o'clock, TWO WELL-BUILT STONE COTTAGES, Situate Opposite the Public School, and adjoining the property of Mrs. Edrop ; each 4 Rooms, U.G. Tank. Water laid on. Land hits a frontage of G6 feet, by a depth of l.'JG feet. TITLE, FREEHOLD. Terms at Sale. positiv¥saLT£ ~ by order of the mortgagee. auction sale, thursday next, february 7. '117' A. BRODIE and CO. have been '* ? favoured with instructions to sell by Public Auction at their Sale Rooms George-street, Parramntta, on the above date At 11.30 o'clock (By Order of the Mortgagee,) ' All that Piece or Parcel of Land, hav ing a Frontage of 32 feet to Par ramatta-strcet, Granville, by a Depth, of 90 feet, upon which is erected a o-Room, Semi-detached BRICK COTTAGE, Kitchen and Wash House ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Tho Treasury, Now South Wales, January 4, 1S39. ANNUAL TENDERS. TENDERS FOR FORAGE FOE, THE POLICE THROUGHOUT THE COLONY, AND FOB. PUBLIC DE PARTMENTS, METROPOLITAN AND PARRAMATfA DISTRICTS, 18S9-U0. ' ' NOTICE is hereby given that TENDERS for tho Annual Forage Supplies for the Police throughout the colony,- and for Public Depart ments Metropolitan and Parramatta Districts, - furtha year eliding MARCH 31st, 1800, will be received at tho Treasury up to noon on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1889. Tho list of Stations and conditions of con tracts etc., will bo found in ' Government Gazette' (Supplement) No. 3. of January 2, 1889, and in succeeding numbers up to date of receiving Tenders, copies of which can bo seen at all Courthouses throughout the colony. Tender forms can bo obtained at tho various polico stations, or from the Treasury. F. J. BURNS. Tho Treasury, New South Wales, January 4, 1S89. ANNUAL TENDERS. TENDERS FOR RATIONS, PROVIS IONS, FIREWOOD, &c, FOR GAOLS, HOSPITALS FOR...

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