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SIR HENRY PARKES IN PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

SIR HENRY PARKES INPARUAMATTA On Monday evening last, from Tattersall's Hotel, l'arrainalla, Sir Homy Parkes addressed one of tho largest opcu-tiir incotingn over hold in the town. After a few preliminaries by Mr. Hugh Taylor, Mr. (Jcorgo Pile was placed in tho chair. Tlie ox-Premier's address lasted about an hour and a half, His reception was .a most llattering one. Ono or two Protection ists kept up a running of interjections, which caused Sir Henry to s.'iy some things not altogether in £O d taste, and rather lowered tho character of his speech. Coming to the fiscal question, ho said : England had tried this wrotahad system of protection fol. centuries, and tho result was the formation of large monopolies ot the most frightful character, the raising of tho landlord's rents, and the de pression of the workman's wages to that extent that the poor were ground down to the very dust. America had also tried the same system, with tho consequence that in spite of the im mense agricultura...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Religious Services for Sunday. O iuroii of Enqland. — St. John's, Parra matta, S.ll a.m., (Rev. Darcy Irvine) ; 7.15 Archdeacon Gunthor) ; Sherwool, 7.15 p.m., Rev. II Tate) ; Harris Park, 7.15 p.m. (Rev. Darcy lrvino) ; Toonarathie, 3.15 (Rev. H. Tate), Ait Saints,— Parramatta, 11 a.m. and 7.15. p.m. (Rev. J. Dono). Christ Church Gnild ford, 3.30. p.m. (Rev. D. E. Evans Jones.) vv^sivEx.A.j* uiioicuii. — -uxacquarie-HireeG, il a.m. and 7 p.m., and Baulkham Hills, 3 p.m. (Rov. J. P. Stephen), other pi ins not to hand. Presbyterian Ciiuroii. — Saint Andrews, Parramatta, 11a.m., and 7 p.m. (Rov. J. D, Murray), Granville, 11 a.m. andJ7 p.m. (Rev. R. Jackson). Congregational Ciiunon. — Parrainatta, 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m , (Rev. C. Taylor). Pbimitive . Methodist . Church. — Parra- matta, 11 a.m. (Rev. P. S. Young) ; 7 p.m. (Mr. C. Brown) ; Toongabbio, 3 x'.m (Mr. D. Johnston) ; Field of Mars, 3 p.m. (Rev. P. S. Young), 7 p.m. (Mr. T. White) ; Baulk ham Hillls, 11 a.m. (supply), 7 p.m. (Rev. ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND FREETRADE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND FREETRADE ASSOCIATION. A meeting of tho Association was held in the Masonic Hall, ParramatU, on Wednesday evening. Mr. John Taylor, president, pre sided, and the Council was fully represented. There was a large attendance of members, and the Rov. T. S. Forsaith occupied a seat on tho platform. Jfrovious to the business being pro ceeded with, there was a large enrolment of members, including inauy residents from the country districts. A letter was read from Mr. Hugh Taylor stating his intention to contest Parramatta in the Freetrado interest. The proposed rules of the Association were con sidered seriatim. It was proposed that tho management shall bo vested in a president, two vice-presidents, secretary, treasurer, and a Council of not less than 20, aud branches to havo the privilege of electing, in addition, ono delegate for every 25 members. The rules wero adopted in yhbo and ordered to bo printed. Tlie following were added to the Council : — Messrs. W. Spurway, ...

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Parramatta Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. (Before District Court Judge Dowling.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Parramatta Quarter Sessions. Friday, February S. (Before District Court Judge Dowling.) The above sessions were opened to-day. AV. H. Coffey prosecuted for tho Crown. AV. R. Beaver Clerk of the Peace. Thoro were three defaulters on tho jury list list — Messrs. H. Coatos, Joseph Phillips and Luke Dunn. Tho latter was excused on ac count of his suffering from a fractured log, and tho two former were fined 40s. each. BREAKINQ AND STEALING. Alfred Arundalo, 1G, RobsrtMather, 23, and Alfred Ormes, 14, were charged with breaking and entering the warehouse of James E. Kelly, on the 21st December last, and did steal tho:o from five boxes of candles. They pleaded not guilty. Ormes was defended by Mr. Kcmp fchorno aud Mather by Mr. Bowden. Tlio evidence in this ease has already been pub lished. Arundale and Mather found guilty and sentenced to 9 months. Ormes discharged. HOKSE STEAMNO. Charles King was charged with stealing on the 1 1th December a bay mare, tho property of Charles Caiter, of ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The King's School, Parramatta. OPENING OF THE NEW CHAPEL—PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

The King's School, Parramatta. OPENING OF THE NEW CHAPEL —PRESENTATION OF PBIZES. The opening of the chapel erected in connection with the King's School, Parramatta, and the presentation of prizes to students nt that institution, took place yesterday afternoon. The Primate officiated nt the first, and the Governor performed tho second cere mony. Amongst others, the following clergymen wore present :: — The Ven. Archdeacon Gunthor, tho Eevs. Dr. AVoolls, C. H. Ohilde, Bartlett, D. Darios, M.A., II. W. Mort, II. L. Jackson, J. D. Langloy, C. Baber, H. II. Britten, D. E. Evans- Jones. Amongst the friends and parents of the scholars we noticed Messrs. John ?Sutherland, II. Taylor, II. Byrnes, 0. B. Cairnes, Dr. AYaugh, 11. Harper, C. AY. Lloyd, J. P. Abbott, Bettington, Mrs. W. Brown, Sirs. C. B. Cairnes, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Gun ther, Mrs. C. W. Lloyd, and others. On the arrival of His Excellency, Lord Carrington, who was accompanied by the Hon. Rupert Carington, A.D.C., a guar...

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MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

MEMS. Polling at Parramatta and Central Cumber laud to-day. Roll up Freetraders. Tho Central Cumberland Freetrado candi dates, Messrs. F, Farnell, John Nobb3, R. A. Ritchie, aud J. R. Linsley, have industriously prosecuted their campaigns during the week and havo received flattering receptions. The Protectionists, Messrs. A. Gee, N. G. -wuii, \y . xi. urinvva nmi o. juiorjjt1, jiavo also been hard at work. On Thursday eveniug they held a triumphant rallying meeting iu tho Albert Hall, Grauvillo, Mr. Harry Richardson in the chair. The four candidates spoke, in ad dition to Messrs. J. Fletcher, Minister for Works, aud T. Slatteiy, Minister for Justice. Last evening Mr. Barton, Attorney-General, was expected to address Parramatta in the Protectionist causo, and tho Hon. John Suther land had also promised to speak on behalf of Frcotrndc. Tho Parramatta branch of the Local Option League announce in our advertising columns that it has boon decided to support the Free trade candidates both...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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"An Ominous Silence." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

' An Ominous Silence.' (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND AROUS.) Sip,— With reference to a letter of 'Austra- lian Catholic' iu last Tuesday's 'Evenh New.V I bog leavo, to draw tho attention of yoar numorous readors to tho transparent fol 1 icies and scurrilous insinuations thoroin conn tained. For some littlo timo pust under tho heading of 'An Ominous Silence,' wo have boon daily roading a vilo tirade against the R.C. Church. To any unbias3od rjador the artiolo must furnish proof that voracity is at a very low ebb indeod, whon such a statemont is permitted to appear— presumably for the dolectation of tho masses, whom this profound oruole professes to onlighton. Had such a thing appeared in Great Britain a Protestant pen would havo been forthcoming to confute tho traducer of a religion that has everywhere beon for coneratiohs notorious for its forbearance in matters political. The very echool-boys in England know, full well that the motto of the Catholi : Church in politics has ever ...

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Parramatta Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Parramatta Benevolent Society. Tire usual monthly mooting of tho abovo society was hold in tho board room of tho Parramatta District Hos pital on 'Wednesday evening. Present : The Ven. Arclidoacou Guuthor (in. the chair), Moasignor Eignej', and Messrs. O. B. Cairnos, J. Byrnes, E. Mason, S. Purchase, V. S. Eyan, J. J. Brenan, and J. Ij. livrnos. sourornrv. The secretary reported as follows : — Number receiving relief on 31st De cember, 1888, 1 male, 28 females— total 29. Admitted since, 1 fomalo— total 30. Tho treasurer reported that ho had roceived tho following donations since tho annual mooting : — Archdeacon Grunthcr £1, the liov. Darcy-Irviuo 10s, Mr. J. Smith 10s, Mr. CouUs, Granvillo, 10s. Tonders for annual supplies woro oponed nnd considered. The tender of Messrs. Littlo and Co., for printing tho annual report, was accepted. Only ono tender for groceries was received, that of Mr. II. 0. Harper, which wns ac copted, the price for sugar, 3.UI being tho only item not accepted....

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Wednesday, February G. John James was riuod 5s or oi hours for drunkenness. (Before Mossrs. F. Boamns, S. Goold, Capt. McRea, and E. Eliison, Js.P.) Charles Fulton, charged with stealing a walking stick, the property of Mr. George Mobb.». Tho accused soemed to bo labouring under a delusion, and stated that at tho timo ho was supposed to havo stolen the stick, ho was with tho Salvation Armv, ' trvinsr to convert tho stick. AVhen asked by tho Inspector to keop. quiet, ho replied, 'you don't know who aro (speaking to. I am an ex-policeman. Ho wasscnt to gaol for one monht. ' A man giving his name as ' Paddy from Cork,' charged with using obscene language, was remanded for ouo week, in order to allow tho police an opportunity of finding out his correct namo. Thursday, Feiiruary 7. (Before Capt. McRae, J.P.) Alice Kelly, charged with being drunk, pleaded guilty. Sho was also charged with using obscene lauguag, and havidg no lawful visible means of support. On tho first two counts she was...

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Sacred and Secular Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Sacred and Secular Concert. St. Joiix's schoolroom, Parramatta, was woll patronised on Friday evening, tho occasion being a sacred aud secular concert organised by Mr. Arthur Massey from among the members of St. John's choir nnd elder scholars of tho Sunday school lho Venerable Ai'clHloncou Gunther presided. Tlio proceeds woro in aid of the choir and Sunday school organ fund. The concert was an artis tic success. Mrs. Massey, Miss Lusk, Miss Harper, and Miss 'SVickham, and Messrs. Proudloek and Davis, nnd St. John's choir rpndorod tho snored part, and the collection of names is a sufli cientjguarantee of its unqualified success. The soculnr part consisted of tho can tata 'The' Picnic,' which contained many attractions. Tlie introductory March (piano and organ) wns beauti fully rendered by Miss Harper and Mr. A. Massey. Master Lusk, an atom of 10 years, snng 'Merrily over the Sea ' like an artist and was encored. Miss Marion Walker also distinguished her self bj' singing ' Under shad...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Before Messrs. G. Pile, H. Byrnes and E. Mason, Js.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Tuesday, February 5. [Boforo Messrs. G. Pile, II. Byrnes aud E. Mason, Js.P.1 Earnest AValshaw, aged about 13, charged with stoaling a quantity of grapes, tho property of Robert Slater, Harris Park. Defendant pleaded guilty and was ordered to be imprisoned in the lockup for 48 hours.

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Agricultural and Horticultural. (By Wkstmead) Buying Pigs. — Dr. Eisoii, n successful Calii'orninn fig - drier, describes his method thus : — In drying tho tigs I tmcleavoured to follow tho Smyrna way as much as possible While we evi dently have yet much to leavn in regard to the drying, and manipulating the ffgs after they are dried, I still believe that wo are a good way on the right track. The variety exhibited was the Adriatic, not only tho best, Imt the only one wkich had been found suitable for dry iug for commercial purposes. AYheu the tigs began to wilt and show small white seams, they were cut from the trees by means of scissors or a knife, then carefully placed on trays similar to raisin trays. A further great improve ment would bo to nail laths across the bottom of the tray in such a way that thev would form longitudinal ribs on the bottom iust the thickuess of the lath, or about one-eighth of an inch. By placing the tigs with the eye elevated on the rib, the sugary conte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

THE . CUMBERLAND ARGUS AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PAHTS OP PAEBAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. s. a. Subscription, per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booted .. ..2 3 Single copy . . . ? ? ? ..02 Teems op Advertising! : s. d. Three lines ? 10 Six lines ? 19 One inch ? 2 G Each additional inch . . ..26 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Special terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts ^vith us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society -will bo held personaEy re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of them the number of times they are to be in serted, otherwise they will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, TICENSED SURVEYORS Specially licensed under the Real Property and Mu...

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PARRAMATTA. NOMINATION PROCEEDINGS. MR. TAYLOR GETS THE SHOW. FREETRADE TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

PARRAMATTA. NOMINATION PROCEEDINGS. MR. TAYLOR GETS THE SHOW. FREETRADE TO THE FRONT. Tho nomination of candidates for tho Par liamentary representation of Parramatta took place at the hustings in front of tho Court house on Thursday, commencing at noon. The proceedings wore remarkably orderly through out. The contest was narrowed down to a duel botweeu the ' old warriors,' Messrs. H, Taylor (Freetrader) and C. J. Byrnes (Pro tectionist) ; Mr. J. W. Withers, who had announced himsolf lato last week, not being five and six hundred, including many pro minent doctors. In addition to the candidates and proposers and seconders, wo also noticed on the hustiijgs Messrs. S. J. Pearson, W. Fullagar, H. Byrnes, N. Harpor, Frank Farnell, S. Walker, T. F. Mackenzie, J. W. Withers, J. Thorpe, J. Sparks, T. F. Gallagher, H. Coatos, C. W. Mills, R. L. Dunn, W. I. Crewo, T. Smith, Ay. Moseley, G/A. Mills, J.E. Ifelly, W. Salter, Gibson, C. O.Lamb, S. Purchaso, J. W. Hill, and T. M'. Shepherd. ' Tho...

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Parliamentary Elections. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. NOMINATION DAY. FREETRADE IN EXCELSIS. THE LIBERAL POLICY UPHELD AND CHEERED. FARNELL, NOBBS, RITCHIE AND LINSLEY GET THE SHOW.L LIVELY PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Parliamentary Elections. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. NOMINATION' DAY. FREETKADE IN EXCELSIS. THE LIBERAL POLICY UPHELD AND CHEEKED. FARNELL, NOBBS, RITCHIE AND LINSLEY GET THE SHOW. LIVELY PERSONALITIES. At llio timo of writing up this roport of the nomination proceedings of Contnil Cumber land, we regard the contest as all over, although the ' formality' of taking a pull was de manded on behalf of Protection, nnd will ac cordingly tako place to. day (Siituvday), at tlio various polling places described iu our business columns''. Tho nomination of candi dates tuok place at tliu hustings, Ormivillo, on 'Piip«rl.iv. r.inmiH'Tiniii*'1 nt. 1'' ii'i'.lnr'V. mid. con sidering that there woro twenty-four addresses, thoy wur o got ovoi1 in remarkably good time, tlni last candidate concluding ubout ;S o'clock. Each side nominated four candidates, and tho issue may now be fairly fought out. Thu solid voting power of the constituency was, as visual in Central Cumberland, exceedingly well represented. ...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, G. T. Hunt, J. Whitworth, and G. Coates, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Parnwatta, Petty Sessions. Honda y, Feiuutaiiy -1, (Before Messrs. II. Byrnes, G. T. Hunt J. AVhitworth, and G, Goates, J's.P.] Jiunes li.yrno, on rotnur.d, was charged with wife desertion, and his wifo, Mury June Byrne, culled upon him to show cause why an order should not bu made against him for separate iiiiiintouaiicc. Mr. II. A. Richardson for com plainant, and Mr. J. K. Bowden for defciulimt Complainant, re-sworn, deposed to, her. hus band's cruelty. AVillinm RvwM. sou of liu. parties before tho Caui\s, corroborated his mother's evidence;, ho tried to intervene, when ho and hit) mother were turned out of tlio house., l:\efendant dcuiutl that li,o hud evw ill used his wife ; they had often hud *' argu ments,' but nothing beyond ll-nt. The Bench ordered defendant to pay the sum of Ids per week towards his \;\h% 'swiwti and. to pay 5_s (-d costs cf court, and one. guinea profes sional costs ; to iiud sureties for the fulfilment ojj tl^c, Oi$o»v— self in .C2;-, and two in .CIS. Le...

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The Nominations for Parramatta. PER FAVOUR OF EDITOR OF CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

The Nominations for Parramatta. run favour of editok of oujibekland arous. Sir, — At tho nomination to-day, Mr. Byrnes said ho was in favour of Local Option with compensation, moaning I porsumo that the State should givo compensation . I beg to ask would this bo just ? A non-responsible Licen sing Board permit — mind only permit. A speculator to bnud or open premises for sale of liquov for which tho owner or occupier pays £30 per year for license to sell. Bye and byo Local Optionists (meaning the dwellers in and about the neighbourhood of the public houso, hotel, or whatever it may be) order itjto bo closed. AVhat has the Stato to do with the matter? And why should it bo called on for comprnsation ? This reminds mo of the timo when Mr. Geoffrey Eager opposed Mr. Church for the Western Goldfield. Church said ho would givo bonas or reward to speculators who found payablo sold. Eiger Swout one bettor. He siid ' Yes gentleman, and if you don't find gold the Government will subsidiso you...

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ROSEHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

ROSEHILL KACES. A good crowd assembled on Rosehill on Saturday last, when the programme was got through satisfactorily. Some Day won tho Granvillo Stakes : Ayrshire, the Hurdle ; Eily O'Connor, the Parramatta Handicap : Lady Lovell, the Auction Pinto ; Alchemist, Iho Nursery Handicap; and Sir Ronald, the AVelter Handicap. The meeting will bo con tinued to-day, and the following weights have been declared. Admittance to the course is now free : — Tiru Fedmutiox Handicap. — 0 furlongs. »U1- »Ub LeiohhiirJt ... 0 5 Wumla ... ... 7 (i Pet Girl... ... !) 3 Ciiuirun... 7 ;i Spoilt Child ... 9 o rujjilist... .'.. 7 :) Piulrty ... ... S !l Fuse ... ... 7 :s laValoltc! ... S 9 Beehive... ... 7 I) Tuiiclistunu ... 8 1 Otto ??? ... li II Miiiifcwrie ... s 7 Mimtclle .,, (] U Will'iix ... s B ISiehvvui'tU f, I) Nonsense ... S 5 l'nrlhi'iiin ... (i 7 Melody ... ... S ?'! Piistnmstoi' ... (i 7 Sonic l)ny ... S :i Delvoiriiui ... (i 7 Tuscnrom ... 8 0 Eveline ... ... l- 1 Lonely ... ... s 0 Ilobin...

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Current News [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Current News Is our report of the Parranmtla Borough Council last issue, it was stated in tho Finance Committee's report that thoro was a debit of £1000 to tho-AVatcr Aco-mut. It should have been explained that this was contracted in finding work for the local unemployed, and consequently was justifiable if not commendable expenditure. AVe prefer to publish these ro ports rerhntiui, but liko our contemporary wo Unit some uitucuity m getting tuo niiormauon from tho Council's othVials. It is customary in other municipalities to placo both roports and correspondence at the disposal of the Press to assist them in giving satisfactory reports of the meetings, and in our experience this privilege or courtesy has never been abused by tho scribes. ^.AVe have received from Mr. AV. Spur.vn.y-, Field of Mars, some excellent samples of fruit. In the collection is a new peach, which Mr. Rpurway In.s named ' The jubilee,' raised by that enthusiastic fruitgrower from a seedling and now about to bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

AUSTRALIAN ROLLER FLOUR MILLS AND GRAIN STORES, GRANVILLE Our Boyal Patent Steel Roller AND Imperial Stone Brands of Flour CAN bo obtained from the principal BAKERS and STOREKEEPERS In Sydney, Suburbs, and Country Districts, in [HI* 200, 100, and 501b Sacks. BUYERS OF PRIME MILLING WHEAT. MILL PRODUCE, FOWL and PIG FEED, WHEAT SCREENINGS and SWEEPINGS always in stock. Newcastle Agent— J. IRELAND. Sydney Office— 34, PITT-STREET. Also, at MELBOURNE and BRISBANE. PUBLIC N O T I C E. I.O.R. I.O.G.T. G. R. HARRISS, For tho last two years in tho employ of Mr. S. Furiiell, Baker, as Baker, Pustrycook, and Con fectioner, lias COMMENCED BUSINESS for himself as Wholesale and Retail BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, AND CONFEC TIONER., iu those premises known as Entwistlo's Bakery, mid directly Opposite Post OHico, CHUKCH-STKEET, PARRAMATTA, Whore he hopes by strict attention to busi ness, with cleanliness combined, to moot a share of public patronage Only n first-class articlo supplied. JUcido and Christeni...

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