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AUBURN. Sydney Meat Preserving Works Fire Brigade. A NEW COMPETITION HEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

AUBURN. Sydney Meat Preserving Works Fire Brigade. A NEW COMPETITION BEEL. The Sydney Meat Preserving Com pany, in order to increase the efficiency of the fire brigade reoently organised in connection with their important works, Auburn, have just made arrange luuuut lur Bupui jruig uio urtgouu wii«u an improved ball-bearing competition hose reel, and some 800 feet of com petition hose, which were this week submitted by the recipients to their firsttrial, in the presenceof Messrs. Guy and Booth, as the representatives of the vendors (Messrs. J. Danks and Co.) and Mr. Alban Gee, representing the S. M. P. Company. The hose reel, which is of American hickory and English ash, well varnished, has many points of superiority over the ordinary reel at pre& ut' in the posses sion of brigades. It .'s lighter, runs with much greater ease, is fitted with push rods, and with a rear brake (in place of a front one); and is so delicately swung as to be practically self balancing. Other impro...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Marsh Bros'. Tannery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Marsh Bros'. Tannery. The additions and improvements at Messrs. Marsh Bros, tannery, Duck Creek, are approaching completion. During the past twelve months the firm have expended nearly £5000 in enlarg ing their business premises, providing increased tacuicies lor dealing witn stock ; and in adding to suoh stock. The drying sheds have been increased in size, to double their former capacity, and the pits for steeping the hides have been correspondingly added to. The firm's output has increased by about fifty per cent. The provision made in the drying sheds includes room for the drying of bark received green from the growers Hitherto the firm had only been able to treat for bark more or less dried ; and as all growers have not facilities for drying it as required, this has tended to interfere with a due supply. By the improvements just mentioned, this difficulty has been overcome, and (if necessary) the bark will hereafter be dried at tne tannery itself. The works have been estab lishe...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

School of Arts. The Committee of the above met on Monday evening last, the 5th inst., the following being present :--Messrs. Swann (president), Irons, MoLeod, Simson, Grim wood, Brown, Lord, Parker, and Wilkins (secretary). The librarian re ported tnat sinoe his appointment, nYtnilt Aft nonr BnhanrihoM hai) kaan enrolled. Correspondence from the United Insurance Society was reoeived, stating their willingness to allow a coal stove to be used in the reading-room without prejudice. Lectures are shortly to be arranged, under the aus pices of the Institution. A sub committee consisting of Messrs. MoLeod, Grimwood, and Wilkins, was appointed to consider the best means of inaugurat ing a Parliamentary and Literary Society, in connection with the place. The Glee Club, under Mr. Swann's management, was reported to be making good progress.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Welcome Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

A Welcome Tribute. The following letter, to hand this week, meant to us a grateful surprise ; and we can assure our friends the lovers of justice and reform, in Granville and elsewhere, that we appreciate the com pument. uiven a little scope for indi vidual judgment, we look for no higher privilege than to assist in keeping clear the issues in the political life of Austra lia — the privilege of fighting in the good fight around the standard of freedom, progress, and Humanity : — TO THE EDITOB. I Dear Bir, — We have been instructed by the Granville Labor League to write you a letter of thanks for the manly, straight forward way in which you stood by the cause of Democracy and Progress during the late election. It would tend greatly to purify politics, and alBO to eduoate the people to a true senBe of their duties as electors, if other news papers, not only in this district, but throughout the oolony were conducted on the same lines as the Fbee Pbess. We thank you and wish you suocess...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Wesleyan Church. A service of topg, entitled, ' True as Steel, ' ; was tendered in the above . The «ttend «*P ohnroh to be provided. The singers were under the oonductorship of Mr. A. B. James, Miss M. Bulgin presiding at the organ, and being assisted by a small orchestra. The union of the ohurches wbb quite a feature of the occasion, members of the local church choirs assisting. The connective read ings were given by Mr. A. E. Flctcher. The story was a very touching one, and the audience were deeply moved at intervals. Altogether, the service was a success. The appreciation of those present was shown in a practical manner in the largeness of the col lection, whioh will greatly help the trustees of the church.

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Church of England Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Church of England Bazaar. Arrangements are in progress for the holding of the annual effort in aid of 8t. Mark's Church, which is to take the form of a bazaar next month. As usual, Mrs. Neich and other well known parish workers are to the fore.

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L.E.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

L&L At the last meeting of the Granville Bnmohofihe Labour orgptintion, Mr. flwrtnJ ; — sought, and obtained permission to table in the councils of the said Com mittee the following motion : ' That a deputation from the Sydney District Assembly consisting of delegates — the President and Secretary of the Exe cutive, and as many of the Parliament nrv Trillin, 1* p.^1. an - .. ? 1 u upon the Premier at his office to request that Minister far amend the law relating to Free Publio Libraries held by Municipal Counoils as to admit of them being made ' Lending ' libra ries, and that this principle be observed in any new Local Government Bill.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Benefit Concert. Some months ago, a well-known workman at Messrs. Hudson Bros'., met with a serious accident, which excited much sympathy. Arrangements have now been completed by his fellowem ployees, for a benefit entertainment on his behalf, which is to be held in the Albert Hall towards the end of the month. Mr. T. Irons (manager) is at the head of a strong working committee, who have charge of arrangements.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Womanhood Suffrage League. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Womanhood Suffrage League. The next meeting in aid of the Womanhood Suffrage League, is to take the form of a ' pleasant evening,' on which occasion the members of the League will provide an interesting programme.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEALING RAILWAY CHAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

STEALING RAILWAY CHAIRS. The attention of the Railway authorities has been directed lately to the theft of material kept at different points along the railway line. Some three tons of such material (railway chairs, iron, etc.), have been missed of late from this district alone. On Friday, the 2nd inst., at Parramatta rouoe uoun, two aeaiers, nauea Jonn Wil liams and Henry Swan, were charged with stealing a quantify of railway chairs, the property of the Railwav Commissioners. Con stable Allison deposed he saw the accused in the yard of a dealer in seoond-hand goods in Granville. Asked Swan where he got the railway chairs he had then with him. He replied, on the Liverpool-road about 4.80 or 5 p.m. Swan then called to Williams, who came up. After farther conversation, witness took both of the accused into custody. John | Hutton, special railway oonstable, gave evi- j dence to the effect that he accompanied Con- i stable Allison on the occasion referred to. Found near Lansdowne bridge ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. THE COLD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Local and General. / cold season, yfr Prepare yourselves for the cold season, by ' getting in the house Virtue's well-known Irish Bioss, which will cure all kinds of colds, and set ' yon up for the winter. To be obtained only from W. L. Pye, chemist and druggist (late B. W. Virtue), Chnrcb-st.*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

A T the M Charity ' meeting at Parramatta on A. Wednesday evening last (speaking with reference to the proposed steps to help the oanae of Humanity) Archdeacon Gcnthkb said thatne thought those interested in onr charit able institutions should not only provide relief, but take steps to remove social distress and poverty. He suggested that a conference should be held, when suoh subjeote as the fol lowing might be profitably discussed: — 2. The promotion of thrift ; 2. The prevention of early marriages ; 8. The est&blisliment of a Town Bureau aud Labour Home ; 4. The cnoourage ment o! self-respect and Belf-relioncc ; 5. Tho advantages of benefit societies and insurances for old age; 6. The promotion of industrial and technical training among the young ; 7. The removal of bad habits that lead to poverty; 6. The inculcation of a sense of in- 1 dividual responsibility among all cla-sscs of society. MR. D. O'REUjLY'S words as to 'com- pensation ' may Interest Mr. W. B. Smith : ' I...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Football The Granville Royals scored another win on Saturday last, defeating the re doubtable Newtown Cambridges (who, up to date, were second in the B divi sion), thus placing themselves third in the division, and in the auaUfvinsr round for the badges. The team played well as a rule, but a little more organis ation would be an advantage. A try : was secured by Sohrader, whioh was converted into a goal by Airey. One touch (three points) was secured by the losers. f

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. Young Recruit Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Sporting. Young Becruit Cricket Club. The annual meeting of the Young Becruit Cricket Club was held at Granville on Monday evening, July 29th. Mr. J. Byder occupied the chair. The secretary's report stated that the club had had a very successful season ; 84 matches had been played 24 of which had been won, 6 lost, and 2 drawn. The 11 Re cruits ' had oompiled 2201 runs for the loss i of 880 wiokets, while 2190 runs for the loss of 460 wiokets had been scored by their op ponents. The treasurer reported a satisfactory credit balance. Four new members were eleoted. It was decided to alter the name of the dub to ' The Granville Junior Cricket Club.' Avkbaoss. BATTZNO. c g Name. g -g | . §* '2 JO A | § G. Cavers . . si *8 - 64 18*85 A. Byder .. 82 8 89 276 9*58 L. Muston . . 83 6 24 242 8-64 W. Parry .. 21 4 14 112 6*68 E. Watts .. 25 8 14 118 5*18 G. Bourne .. 85 8 19 140 4-87 W. Hook .. 23 8 12 83 4-15 A. Bruoe .. 32 4 26 107 8*82 A. Bashford . . 15 1 17 53 8*78 .*? T.Epps.. .. 24 5 15 ...

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Our Coaches. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Our Coaches. By the appearance of our Coachman's stables one would imagine that either he or his men had undergone a rather severe military training. I happened to call in there the other morning, and was at once struck with the ' apple pie ' order in whioh everything was kept. The yard was Bwept beautifully clean, and tne water-trough was brim ming over with dear water. By the way, Mr. Perry will allow no horses but his own to drink out of that trough, and visitors requiring to water their horses have to do so with a buoket. The harness-room was a picture of cleanli ness well worth looking at. The har ness fairly shone, and I tbinlr Mr. Perry knew what he was about when he secured the services of Mr. George Piesley, the well-known ' prince of the ribbons,' from Parramatta.

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"A Cruel Slander." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

' A Cruel Slander.' Now that the election heat has cooled down, we may be permitted to express our regret that a most unfortunate statement has been circulated about Parramatta, having reference to the payment of Government monies and appearing to some misguided persons to reflect on tue cnaracter ot a well-Known public man. Great sympathy must be expressed with tho latter under the circumstances; and we hope to have his permission before oar next issue is printed to deny, authoritatively, the serious allegations made, and we trust to have at the same time the sanction of the ' Charities ' department (which happens to be the department concerned) in explaining tnat no opportunities for ' leakage ' exist. In the public interest alone, of coarse, might such assurances — little else than surplus age, certain! y — be considered as in any way called for. It is said that certain persons* in town have possession of a document which if published in the newspapers or handed up to the Colonia...

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Agencies; Land-Sales; Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Agencies ; Land-Sales; Bobberies. Few people know what a farce the coarse of law is, sometimes; fewer, how often its incidence is terribly Cruel — when things are judged from the moral standpoint. And in the interests I of commercial probity ; of honest deal ing as between man and man ; of the fair reputation of our own particular distriots even; to say nothing of our citizens' peace of mind, their material prospects, their children's heritage, and their settled provision for their own old age, it is to be hoped that soon the members of the present House will take steps to render it impossible for any persons to carry on any longer the tricks and rogueries, and cruel fiendish practices which have nude the last nnnntufiAH nA^ail tr\r ntnl ta.f«nte)t III fchd commercial world, especially in some rural districts we wot of. And this hope vre intend Bhall reach t! u in telligences evcu though it may not reach the practical sympathies of the three or four Parliamentarians who now have the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Mr. Pinnock, Bookseller. Ao. (Messrs. Paling and Co.'s rtpresentative is Parramatta), has removal k- more commodious pjAfksm in OhaiyMtreft, next the Medical Insttt^rorhere the lat&t^ooks maybe had at lowest jJrices. ^ Musjftal instruments, and all the latest music, j a speciality.' j| Boots : Boors i ! Boots i ! ! { THE CELEBRATED j BOOTS 'K' & SHOES I. EASE AUD COMFOET. . 1! 37/r — M \ / WEAR UNEQUALLEBf j| ir ONE TRIAL WILL PROVE THE FACT. f. A LARGE ASSORTMENT at LOWEST PRICES, of Children's, Ladies', and specially I Gentlemen's Goods, of the Best Continental j , Makers, always kept at ! : H. R. BARRY'S, | Oit. POST OFFICE, 'j PABEAMATTA. j, _________ ^ Wanted, T o Let, &c. j T\Q/not DELAS/bnt COMB u/kiBOSif Ly YEAELT^ElfNANT S££E. No/&. j l^iuk Prime Early Bose Po JJ tatodWarea. Bye, Gape Barieweed and j . Feed Qrajffheat, Swede TumlpCTofttpklnB, ; -to., Aoy ? J. E. KBLLY, jyramatta. r TIOITCUjfe, at Woolpack Yards, FBjtfAY I J} mjSjf, 16th inst....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

D°t in mortals to command suocess. jv r ' But we'll do better, Sempronius — we'll deserve it.' ~;«SI0k!' Latest Novelties in High Art Jewellery. A Large Stock of Spectacles & Eyeglasses to select from. fj MAXIMUM VALUE. MINIMUM COST. /fcx THE leading WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Goldsmith's Hall, Parramatta. |o®oo0ao0000ooooo| I Mr. Wm. BENNETT,! § Surgical & Mechanical ft tD E N T I S T ? ? | rch Street, Parramatta. § ^r- z/6 | Administered Daily. ' / y h^ooogk^^ THE Cnmbcrlanb Jfm ^rcss. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895.

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A Government Contract. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

A Government Contract, Some days ago the contractor for the Horsley-road work found himself in great difficulties over his job. So he slung it! Enough money was to his creditto enable the Government offioers to pay the workmen so. muoh in tne £. The storekeepers did not, how ever, Come off' quite bo well. The Government officials (just fancy !) had no little arduous work hunting np the workmen, to hand oyer to them dividends.

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