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

The Parraiiiatta Brunch- of JOHN' HUNTER'S World-Renowned City Boot Palace* The Leading Establishment in Parramatta. First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices* First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate. Prices, Which are all marked in Plain Figures. NOTICE.— A Quotation of Prices being no criterion of Yaluc and Style, the Public aro invited personally to inspect my New and 'Well Assorted Stock of LADIES', GEWTS.' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES before Purchasing elsewhere, and to note the following facts, viz. : — ' j^. - All Goods are direct from the Mairafacturers, no intermediate Profits being paid. All trade commission and discounts being saved in buying. IB f mall uniform Proiits only are charged on Manufacturers' Prices, thereby being in the roach of all. O Every article is marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest Possible. Prices, whereby every purchaser receives uniform value. ID Any Goods not approved of (if not worn or soiled) can be exchanged, as I desire no article may be...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. THE PARRAMATTA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

THE '4&nniltet'laml &vmt» FRUITGBOWERS1 ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9. THE PARRAMATTA ELECTION. Tiik parliamentary election struggle in Pnraimntta will in some sort resemble wlint the Borough lins witnessed many times before, namely, a political battle , royal between Mr 0. J. Byrnes and Mr. II. Tayloi:. This time, however, the contest will rage on a higher level ? than that of local partisnury. The simple issue this time is between Free Trade and Protection. Tho present political crisis is a grave one ; and it is the duty of every Free Trader in the . electorate to stand loyally by Mr. Ta.y-j.ok. '\Vo are confident that they ' -will do .so. Even had Mr. AVitukhs been nominated, we do not believe that that onco contemplated piece of electioneer ing strategy would have .jeopardised Mr. Taylor's reelection. Mr. Taylok -, -lias been for several years an excellent 'local member' — of that there cun be no doubt whatever. This fact cc vmbincd witli ' 'liis reiterated asse...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

(iumukuiiani) .building land j and investment company. LIMI1ED. CAPITAL, £100,000. Paid up capital, C20, 000 Unwilled capital, £lo,000. Reverve fund . £i00Q. Money received on Fixed Deposit at the fol lowing Kates :— For 12 mouths, 7 per cent per annum, (i months, li per cent, per annum, And 5 per tent, at call. Saving.* Bank Branch.— Deposits of One SliilUii^anil upwards received, and six ((-) per ~ 'tent: interest allowed on tho Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, ??.'??? Manager. Office - Masonio Hull Buildings, George-street riMlK AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK i ?? KAXK. ? I-AUU '.im'l'A BRANCH. l'.iiiV up Capital -. . ; . £.')0i),000 AVith power to increase to .£1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .-£310,000 lut rest allowed .on Fixed Deposits at current Thlr.S , Bills disumnted and advances made on ap proved security. Draft* issued on all the principal cities in tho woild. II. M. TODHUNTER, Mannger.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Local Topics. An exchange from the laborious activities de manded of u conscientious priest in charge of such u parish as Piirranmttu, to the compara tive case of the euro of a district like Pros pect may be regarded as, in some sort, ulmpp'y retirement for the Kight Rev, Monsignor Rignoy, honorably won by long and faithful service. Yet \vu are certain that the natural earnestness of that truly vei.orablo man will not permit him to rust in aught resembling idleness. He is of that stamp ot ohristnn soldier who is prepared to die iu harness— readv till the last to perform with his inii--ht what soever his right hand tiudeth to do. His has been a singularly active career ; ho lms been fifty-one years a priest. In tho Illawarra district ; in Tasmania ; in the New England and Liverpool Plains district ; in tho Patrick's Plains district ; in Queensland (where he was some timo Bonn of Brisbane) ; in the Cainden district; in Sydney, and in Parramatta — what labours— uninterrupted save for a...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. In nil likelihood each elector of Cen tral Cumberland has already chosen the candidates, or tho 'bunch,' for whom ho means to cast his vote to-day. In those cases, where a 'bunch 'has boon selected as ' first favourite,' it is exceedingly improbable that any word from tin'1' newspaper press will have tho effect of altering the decision arrived at by an elector as regards the disposal of ins votes. Those electors, howover, who although holding Frec tvade views in the main, yet may have thought of giving one vote for a Pro tectionist candidate — we can hardly imagino anyelectorprofossing Freetir.de opinions can deliberately mean to vote for two candidates out of each oppos ing ' bunch ' — wo -would -earnestly beg to^thmk twice ore proceeding to act in so foolish, so mischievous a way. It being necessary to save the country from tho threatened octopus-like grip of Commercial Restriction, it is a duly incumbent on ovory profofsiug Free- j trader (who is ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruit Prices. [FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Fruit Prices. [i'noM oun own Riii'ouTEii,] Sydney, Thursday. Apples ... .. 3s to Us. Pmc-Apples , . , , 7s to 0a. Bananas ,. .. 'Js to -lspor buucli. Oranges . . . . 18s to 'Ms „ aud crop .. .. 10s to Ms Peachos, .. ,. Is to KM Lemons . , .. l'-'s to 20s Pears .. .. Is to 0s Apricots .. , . -Is to 7s per ease. Plums ., .. 10s to 12s Strawberries ., ... I's per quart. 1'iuuiou Fruit ? , . . Is to 'f . Water Melons .. .. :Js to Is lid.purdoz. Grapes, whilo .. .. 2d lo 2.'.d per Hi. „ black.. .. Ud to o'd per lb.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Auburn. Good Tumi'LAhy. — On Tuesday even ing at tho quarterly mooting of the Hope of Auburn Lodgo, I.O.G.T., the following officers woro elected and in stalled :— C.T., Bro. T. Taylor ; Y.T., Bro Morton; F.S , Bro. Sanders; -S. and T., Bro. G. Wright ; Chap., Sis. Goodin ; Mar. Bro. II. Lnmbeth, Guard, Bro. Goodin ; Sontinal, Bro. Lou, S. J.T., Sis. Morton ; D.G.C.T., Bro, J. T.nmV.^4.1. . 'I.I.1 7~V 1}...^ TT T-. ...... ~A*. JJUIllUUML , -I J.J.'J.-L'., UlUi .L4.. JLJUUUUHi. A report was submittol by Bro, Bennett from a meeting of electoral doputies calling upon tho members of the order in Central Cumberland to ' vote for tlie Freetrade candidates,' and contribute towards tho oxponso of printing elec tioneering cards. This aroused a good deal of indignation, and various mem bers protested against tlie introduction of party x-olitics in that insidious way. More than one member of tho lodgo ndvisod secession from tho Grand Lodg«, and Mr, Wright intimated that ho was meditating tho f...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Fruitgrowers' Union of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Fruitgrowers' Union of N.S W. The regular meeting of the Council of the Fruitgrowers' Union oJ: New South. Wales was held in the Assembly Hall, Parramatta, on Saturday after noon. Present: — Mr. John Nobbs, vice-president (in the chair), and Messrs. J. Tamsott, 'W. Cox, W. \ Gambling, YV. Stimson, J. H. Gr. Rogers,' H. Harrison, G. Stimson, P. Hockley,' J. P. Duffy, II. E. Bonnard, C. 'W. Mills, Cox, E. Whitalcer (secre tary), S. Tuclcwell, Gr. Pranks, G. Hollier, and J. Luke. The chairman reported that Sir Henry Parkos liacl stated that no ap pointment could bo made of a fruit in spector in view of tho vote of censuro, but lie did the next best thing, i.e., loft a minute recommending the appointment. A letter would be read in reference to the subsidy to tho Union from the Government. Tho Under-Secretaiy had promised to push forward the matter on obtaining the necessary in formation, and he (the chairman) hoped to hear irom the Treasury that the amount had been duly placed to tho cr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY fcXECUTED AT THli OFFICE 01' Tin; Cumberland Argus ? AND ? FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE, PHILLIP STll El' PARRAMATTA. Opposite Ferris Wilsuii and Co.'a Stores,

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

T) U B L I C NOTICE. PARRAMA1TA 'BUSSES. W. B. WILLIAMS liogs to inform tlio public of I'arramutta tliat iio hus bought from Mr. Luke Dunn the line of 'busses, and it is his intention to run them to and from tho Railway Station to the Toll Bar, meeting all Trains from 8.30 a.m. to 7.10 p.m. daily. Tho Best of Cattlo will be used, while clean liness and careful driving will bo always adhered to. W.-E. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, Aird-sircefc. 'T UKE DirNN takes thin opportunity to _lj thank tho publio for their past generous support, and trusts they will favour hia succes sor (AV. li. Williams), who lie has every confidence in recommending, in tl-e sumo liberal manuor as lms bean accorded himself. L. DUNN, Churoh-st. North. rpo CONTRACTORS, ISRIDQEBUILP JL ERS, AND OTHERS. Largo Stock of RED OXIDE PAINT. (Half tho Price of White Load.) Highly recommended and used by tho Gov ernment of Now South Wales for Wag«ou and Bridge Painting. Only 17/0 at MURRAY BROS. rpHE BRITISH AUSTRALIAN LxND JL ...

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Phylloxera at Seven Hills. INDIGNATION AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Phylloxera at Seven Hills. INDIGNATION AT ALBUKY; Albuky, Wednesday. — At the quarterly meeting of tho Albury Wino and Fruitgrowers' Association this afternoon, Mr. Goo. Day, (tho late member for the district) in the chair, tho phylloxera question was further discussed at considerable length. A communication was read from Mr. Martin, the secretary of tho Vine Disease Board, stating that tlie board was not experimenting with imy specific 'for the destruction of affected vines, but ivas suc ccssiuuy eradicating diseased vines. nic Corowa association also wro e, stating that tho Vino Diseases Board had been communicated with, expressing gratification that the board was satisfied with the manner in which tho vines were being destroyed, but in order that no doubt should exist as to the efficacy of tho treatment employed, it hud been suggested that railway passes be provided for two mem bers of tho Corowa nnd Albury associations to witness the process as adopted in tho Camden and Piirrama...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FAVOURABLE COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

FAVOURABLE COMMENT. Tho show was tho subjoot of some favourable comment at. tho monthly mooting of tho fruitgrowors' Union at Parramiitta on Saturday last. Mr. O. W. Mills said ho desired to draw tho attention of the Council to the enterprise of the proprietors of tho CuMHKliTj.VND AllOUS AND FltUlTGHOWKlts' Advooatk, in offering really liberal prizes for a fruit show, in order to en courage fruitgrowers to grow a bolter class of fruit and afford outsiders to seo tho resources ol! their district. Tho proprietors of tlio Aituus had shown groat enterprise and grout liberality in this mutter, and ho hoped to sec their efforts warmly supported and encour aged by members of tho Union and i'ruifQTOwors generally. Tho Chairman said ho hoped to see Mr. Mills' suggestion acted upon. Mr. J. Tninsett said ho l'olt much pleasure! in supporting tho remarks made by Mr. Mills, but as a fruit grower and member of tho Union, l^e l'olt ushiuued that the fruit .growers did not combine to hold such exh...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Cumberland Argus Fruit Show. ALTERATIONS IN THE PRIZE SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

The Cumberland Argus Fruit Show. ALTERATIONS IN THE PRIZE SCHEDULE. Several alterations have boon made to tho prize schedule and conditions of tho Cumberland Akgus Fruit Show, to be held in tho Town Hall, Parramatta, on February '2o. In tho collection of oranges (section 3), tho exhibits must bo second crop. In class 9, nectarines have been struck out, in consequence of the probability of that fruit being very scarce. This class it now open to peaches only. To make up for this, an additional prize is given for passion fruit. Another prize is given for toma toes, the very popular 'vegetable fruit' which finds its way into all house holds. In the jams and jollies, tho limit is reduced to six bottles, but pri vilege is required for the judges to test any of the exhibits. In the grapo exhibits, at least 2lb. of each variety jnust be shown. The number of varie ties in each collection has been reduced to six, so as to allow the smaller fruit grower a chance against his more fortu nate nei...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Sports and Games CRICKET. Hosoliill v. Albion. — This match was pluyed on Albion wickot and resulted in a win for tlio Itosehill by 35 runs. RoseliiU wont to tlio wickets first and put together 8i, Shepherd playing a good game and going right through for 3G not out. Albions in their first innings only managed to put up 19, 1?. Cook (13) being the beat scorer. Kosehill second innings had lost 9 wickets for Gl at oall of time. Eosohill — 1st Inuinga. Shepherd, not out 3G AVcsloy, run out . . 14 Colloy o, b Cook ... 2 Pye, bUuorin .. 13 Wharf, bOuorin.. 1 Hie, c, b ' .. 0 Miller, b Gucrin . . 1 Sfosley, c, b Jones 0 AViukham, b Cook 2 Sundries . . 0 Budge, bGuoriu.. 0 — Pickering, b' .. G Total .. ..SI Albion — 1st Innings. Jones, c, b Colloy 3 Shepherd 7 Lakoman, b Colley 7 Brotherson, c, b Garlick, run out.. 4 AVesley .. 1 AVull, (., b Colly., i Peters, b Shepherd i P. Cook, h.o.w. b Smith, b Wesley.. 2 AVesley . . 13 Wilkinson not out 0 E. Cook, h Shep- Sundries .. 1 herd 0 — Guenu,...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Municipal Elections. Tjie nominations for Aldermen in tho various municipalities in the district took placo on Tuesday, noon. Conse quent upon the nominations for Par liamantary representatives, the interest was not sustained, and things passed off as if all tho candidates and electors were ' all ono happy family.' At Parramatta alone were swords used, Messrs. Perrier and Ferris using 'double-edged bowies.' The former accused the latter of being tho ' silent leader of a party subservient to the Mayor ;' also of gross neglect of his municipal duties, inasmuch as he had favoured portions of the ward, and had neglected to see that Alfred Square and Belmore Park recoived the attention they merited. He also accused Mr. Ferris of being a party to allowing the quarry to exist to the danger of the in habitants. Mr. Ferris put his foot straight down on Mr. Pcrrior, and characterised him as a man who tried to climb the ladder of fame by using the stigmatising ticket — not relying on his own m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

The Parramatta . Branch of JOHN HUNTER'S- World-Renowned City Boot Palace* The Leading Establishment in Parramatta. First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices, First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices, Which are all marked in Plain Figures. NOTICE. — A Quotation of Prices being no criterion of Value and Style, the Public are invited personally to inspect my New and Well Assorted Stock of LADIES', GENTS.' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES before Purchasing elsewhere, and to note the following facts, viz. : — j&. All Goods are direct from the Manufacturers, no intermediate Profits being paid. All trade commission and discounts being saved in buying. 33 Small uniform Profits only arc charged on Manufacturers' Prices, thereby being in the reach of all. O Every article is marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest Possible Prices, whereby every purchaser receives uniform value. ID Airy Goods not approved of (if not worn or soiled) can be exchanged, as I desire no article may be...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

/COTTAGE to Let iu Short-street, Parra \J inatta. Reduced Rent. Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatta. M' a^qItajiTe^treet aWstjTyan CHURCH. --Rov. P. J, Stephen will preach morning- and evening. Evening sub ject : 'Ton Commandments as applied to Modern life,' No. 7, ' The Sixth Co'mmand- mentor the sacrcdnoss of Human Life.' TjIANOTmrA'ioiinritllSH^MTE. SAUN X DERS (pupil of Mr. Alpress) receives and visits pupils. Terms, etc., Mr. Saunder's music shop, Churcli-street, Ptirramatta. QTRAYId; lr»m Parvamaturrarif, one Bay' O Saddle HORSE, aged, branded ART near shoulder, shod all round, dry cuts ou near hind f of lock joint and under near stifle; and ouo Black COLT, two yours, hind feet white, branded I V near shoulder. UEAVARD on return to FERRIS, AVILSON and Co., Parriimntta. r¥WXETn^'ar'i^;a^oTBrowii'7i5iack^ JL smith shop, frontago to lane ; .suitable for storage ; would erect store if remiired. MURRAY BROS., Purramatta. ^^irdMTsnTixoN7^WiTdi^iwT~'smrtTi J. Sole Agent Madame AVeigel's ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Religious Services for Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Religious Services for Sunday. Ciiukcii OF Exglaxd. — St. John's, Parra matta, 8.11 a.m., (Archdeacon Gunther) ; 7.18 p.m. (Rev. G. D'Aroy Irvine) ; Sherwood, 7.13 p.m., Rov. II. Tutc); Harris Park, 7.18 p.m. (Archdeacon Gunther); Toongabbie, 3.15 (Mr. iiobcrts.) All Saints, — Parramatta, II a.m., 7.18p.m. (Rev. J. Done). Christ Church Guild ford, 3.30. p.m. (Rov. D. E. Evans-Jones.) AYkslkya.v Ciiuitcii. — Mnoqutirio-stroet. 11 a.iu. and 7 p.m., and Baulkhmn Hills, 3 p.m. (Rev. J. P. Stephen) ; Liverpool, 11 a.m. (Hov. J. Scott), 7 p.m. (Mr. F. J. Hocking) ; Gran ville, (Sunday School anniversary) ; Smitlifiold, 3.18 p.m. (Mr. F. J. Hocking), 7.18 p.m. (Rev. J. Scott); Jngleburn, 3 p.m. (Mr. J. R, Chambers) ; Holroyd, S p.m. (Mr. R. Donui sou). Other plans not to hand. PrjiSHYTEMAN' Cnuucic. — Saint Andrews, Parramatta, 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. (Rev. C. Naismith). CoxunKtiATioxAL CituitoH. — Parramatta, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m , (Rev. C. Taylor). Rookwood and Auburn, (Rev. J. M. Bayley). Pei...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta a Branch A.H.C. Guild. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parramat'a Branch A.H.C. Guild. Tire half-yearly meeting of the Parramatta Branch of the A.I1.C. Guild was held on Thursday, Monsignor liignoy (chaplain) in the chair. 1 The report read by tho secretary (Bro. J. C. Hillierl stated ' That 10 novices have ioined during tho half-year. Four members have fallen out by total arrears. The total strength of the society is 1S1 members, consisting of — 12:- full members, lo novices, -12 juveniles, and 1 deceased member's wife. ' The report placed on record appreciation of the efforts of tho venerable chaplain in the advancement of the Guild. The assets of the society amount to £1887 17s Sid. The receipts of the year amounted to .Dill, mid the expenditure to £270. There was a credit balunce to the Juvenile Guild account cf £31 Us (id, and to tho Con tingent Fund £'^7 Ms. The report and balance sheet were adopted. P.C. Barker and AVardon AY. AYatters addressed the meeting on the finan cial position of tlu; society. ^Councillors were elected as ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Current News [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Current News At the Wesleyau Conference on Saturday, the following ministerial appointments for 18-Sl- were confirmed : — Parrainatta— Matthew H. Parkinson. Liverpool and Granville — James Scott, Grauville. Ryde— James R Carruthers ; AVnltor J. Davis, supernumerary. AVindsor — ? John AV. Moore. Lower Han-kesbury — Henry AVoodhouse. O.v Sunday morning last a man named Charles Banyard, u resident of Parrami:tta, met with a nasty accident. Ho was proceed ing to the railway station to meet a friend who was expected by the train. Finding himself pressed for time, he jumped over the railway fence and in alighting fell in such a manner that he both broke and dislocated his ankle. Dr. Bowman attended the sufferer, and ordered him to be removed to the Hospital. Ax esteemed correspondent asks: — ' AVhy don't the intelligent young men of Parrainatta form it debating- club and prepare- themselves for municipal and legislative pos.tions? Lots of vacancies for young men who can form an idea and h...

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