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A Charity Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

A Charity Concert. Tim concert arranged to take place at the Masonic Hall, for the benefit of Mr. S. AVilliams, of Parramatta North, took place ou . AVeduesday evening-. There was a full attend ance. The Cumberland Band (uudcr the con ductorship of Mr. J. Burgess) paraded the streets. Mr. J. Hesford, on behalf of tho en tertainment manityremout. thanked those i-re- scnt for their patronage. Tho ball was set rolling by the Cumberland Hand playing tho Fantasia ' Salutation ' in oxcellent style. Later iu the evening they favoured tho aud ience with a selection 'entitled 'Ponrlett' (composed and arranged by Mr. J, l!iu-'ess). Mr. Holland rendered ' The sea is merry England's,' and was followed by Mr. F. Havenhand with ' Martha. Ann,' which re ceived an encore. Miss Jupp rendered ' Mag gie's Secret ' and 'Tit for tat.' received an onooro for both pieces as did Miss Foulcher, who sang ' Tho song that reached my heart.' mid 'A boy's best friend is his mother.' Both ladies possess excellent...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Granville Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Granville Borough Council. The first regular meeting after the election was held iu tho Town Hall on AVednesday last. Present : The Mayor (Aid. Unwin) presiding, and Aldermen Fewster, Ross, Forsyth, Kay, Loggott, and Goft'. The Mayor laid on tho table tho declarations of himself as Mvyor, Aldermen Kay, Goff, aud Letrirott. aud Messrs. AVindsor aud Ootitts as auditors. Ho formally welcomed Aid. Loggott, having done so for the other two at thu special meeting. Tho Finance Committee recommended for payment accounts amounting to .£112 10s Od. Adopted. The outgoing correspondence was read, also the following received since last meeting, which was dealt with as under : From Secretary Board of Health, calling attention to the disease affecting residents whero unregistered dairies exist. Received. From tho Secretary AVatcr Supply and Scwerago Department, that a rate of ono shil ling iu the .t would be necessary to raiso revenue sufficient to justify reticulation of Granville, and asking if ...

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

HOMING. J.ho pigeon Ilyers m the Parramattii Homing Club flew their birds from Moss Vale, a dis tance of 72 miles. There were two trophies — First prize presented by Messrs. J. Jorgor and (Son, jewellers (silver watch) and the second prise, a steel engraving, presented by Mr. B. AVoavor. There wore eight entries, but only Messrs. H. Vahrcnkamp and K. Fletcher com peted, the former sending two birds and the latter ouo bird. Mr. Arahrenkamp lauded first prize, doing the distance with Von Moltke in 123 minutes. Mr. It. Fletcher's bird came second, doing the distance in MS minutes. The ily from Ooulburn takes place on Saturday next. Entries close for the event tonight AVo understand that Messrs : Brown and Butterworth will not compete in any more races this year.

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The Departure of Dr. Brown. PROPOSED PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

The Departure of Dr. Brown. PROPOSED PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL. A l'uiiLic meeting of the friends and patients of Dr. Brown was held in the School of Arts, Parramatta, on Thursday evening, to consider a proposal to recognisu his worth as a towns man previous to his departure for Europe. The meeting was a most representative one. Arch deacon Guuther was voted to tho chair, and there were also present Rev. D'Arcy Irvine, Rev. D. Davis, Rev. J. R. Blomfield, Dr. AVaugh, Messrs. C. B. Cairnes, T. Barnutt, F. T. AVatkius, .1. J. Taylor, J. J. Hromm, H. M Todhuntur, S. Purchase, Oapt. Chatliold, AV. R. Murray, C. AV. Mills, Judge Booker, O. Saundors, .1). O'.Ueilly, AV. Dalmas, AV. AV. Bodeuhani. H. B. Oowpor, Gibson, ,E. - Ni Murray, and J. L. Byrnes. . The chairman said tho object of tho mooting was to tako stops to recognise in a public man ner previous to his departure for Europe on a well deserved holiday tho respect ontortaiued towards Dr. Brown by all classes of iho com munity duriug his ...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

THE TURF. The 'AdamBcdo' consultations arc given publicity in our advertising columns. Tho pro moter furnishes excellent testimonials as to his probity. A noticeable thing in the division of the receipts is the allotment of 3 per cent for charitable institutions.

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Parramatta District Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before Mr. District Court Judge Bowling.) ROBERT ALLEN v. MARY ANN CUSBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parramatta District Court. AVliDJfESDAY, FuimUAKY 13. (Before Mr. District Court Judgo Doivling.) ROUKllT Al.LEM V. MABY A XX CuSIlliET. This was a claim for £20 Ss 2d as balance of payment of a twelfth sh'-ire as one of kin iu the intestate estate of bis father, the late Robert Allen, fanner Castle Hill. The defendant Mrs. Cusbert was formerly Mrs. Allen, and was administratrix of the estate. Plaintiff swore that ho mid never authorised tho adminis;ratix to pay anv monies on his ac count. Ho had received i'l 10 10s. AArilliam Henry Allen, manager for his mother, swore that subsequent to plaintiff recovering tho amount admitted, he had paid him in sums, £24 12s (id. Some of this money was paid out of the estate, and other sums from his private account, which he subse quently deducted from the estate and credited to plaintiff's share. On another occasion ho paid -UU ou behalf of plaintiff, to Mr. McCnlloch, as proctor. Andrew Hurdie McCulloch deposed to receiving a sum or .£11 12s Sd...

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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Sports and Games. CHICK HT. Rosohillv. Independent.— This match was waved on the Independent wicket iind resulted in ii win for Roschill by -1 runs. The scoring ou both sides ivus very small. For .1.1 sehill Shepherd (1(5) was best scorer and for Indepen dents Ouinies and Laroombo (10) were best \jtt Hosolull 1^1 Inning. dt ~V-1, c, b Duvcy 15 McKe.izio, bJMancy... 4 ,-Mvc bUolnncy ... 7 l'yu. not out ? 2 Milcr.b DDlnncy ... 1 BnibTS, b Utivcy ? 0 l!ml-e, c° b Deliinoy ... 0 - v!v5i;y, i) »'»?(!-? ... 1 Tofnl ? 11 Independent 1st Inning. Del-mov c. 1) Colfcy ... 3 llobilliml. b McKuizio H 1-,'ni'mcl,-, c,b Wesley S Kllis, b McKunzio ... '-' i-iims 1- Slioplwnl ...Li Cimiuor, not nut ... 0 V Sip b Weslev ... 1 llsun, b Slicpliml ... 0 1, combe, cbMcKcn- Suiulrius ? s ,ic ? 10 - jHvey, runout ... 1 'J'otul ? -W Duulop, l.b.w. ... 1 Uoschill bowlins Analysis.- OUcy. a I balls 1 wie r' t-- runs: Woslov, :ij bulls, -' wiclcels, !?_- runs ; ?Jhi-nlicnl, :) I bulls, Swiukuts, 2 runs; JlcKc...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R. Harper and E. Pearce, J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. AVednesday, Fehhuaky 1'-. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, R, Harper and E. Pcarcc. J's.JP.) Thomas Jerome was charged with having on the 20th of January last, at Rookwood, cast nightsoil in n public place, to wit, Ohurch streot. James Javeswnsthccomplainaut, and was represented by Mr.C. Bull. Mr. J. E. Bowden appeared for tho defendant. Evidence was given to tho effect that defendant had been re moving nightsoil ou the night in question, and that it was tipped up. Tho cart leaked and the nuisance was spread over tho road on the track taken. Defendant was committed to take his trial at the next Pariamalta Quarter ^William AVhito alias Paddy from Cork, was fined 40s or one month for using indecent lan guage ; ho was ordered to bo imprisoned for ono month on each count for assaulting the police and tho railway porter at Granvillo. James Mulcahy was charged with travelling in a railway carriage between Parramatta and Sydney, without, a ticket. Fined 10s '.Elizabeth...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. (Before His Honor Mr. District Court Judge Dowling.) WILLIS AND DUNN v. PARRAMATTA FRIENDLY SOCIETIES HALL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Tuesday, Fuuuu.uiy 12. (Before His Honor Mr. .District Court Judge Dowling.) AVillis axd Du.wv v. Pahhamaita Fhiendly Sociimus' Hai.l Comi'axy. Tlio abovo was nil action brought by ilio abovo parties to recover .C-30, which amount thoy claimed to have lost through not being able to carry out a two-night' ,s entertainment iu the Friendly Societies' Hall, through an ac cident occurring to the former plaintiff, which was alleged to have boon caused by neglect of tho defendants. Mr. Rollin. instructed bv Messrs. Davis and Amess, for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Tarleton, instructed by Mr. Lovicn, for tho defendants. Tlio defence put iu was : F'irst, not guilty ; second, denial of breach ; third, misjoiuder of parties ; fourth, judgment recovered. The jury, having been sworn, proceeded to view the premises and the locality where the alleged accident took place. Charles Albert Dunn deposed that ho was a produce merchant, and also gavo mesmeric en tertainments; in April last ho saw Mr. Gates, a...

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

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

THE SUMBERLAND ARGUS AND FRUITGROWERS1 ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL TARTS OF PAKRAMATTA/ AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. . . s. cl. Subscription, pov quarter, iu udvuuutt '2 0 Do. booked .. ..23 Single copy . . . . . . ., 0 2 Tebms oi' Advertising : s. A. Three lines ? 10 Six lines ? 19 One inch ? 2 0 Ench additional inch . . . . 2 G Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Spcciui terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Cnsual advertisements must ho prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of them the number of times they are to bo in serted, otherwise they ?will be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 2.1th, 18S7. CHATFIELD & BROWN, T ICENSED SURVEYORS Specially licensed under the Real Pro...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Local Topics. A*K5j\ i\\c \Visc Man tluvo thotisniul years j iijro : — ?? Who can tind a virtuous woman': lor j her price is tar above rubies ': .... She j .-iretfhod outlier hand to the poor . . strength ! and honor ;ire her clothing-, and she diall re joice in time, to tome . . . Her children arise up and call her blessed .... Favour is deceit ful mid beauty is vain : but a woman that tVtiivrli the .Lord slie slmil bo praised.' Such a woman, according' to most ample testimony, j was the'late Mrs' Guntlver, who, early this ! wee-, at the great age of S.'i, passed to her re- j ward. V\'c sympathise with the Archdeacon of j Camdeu in his loss. j Yet another expert prouunciamento on that j pernicious cuss, the C'odliu Moth. This time it is II r. Ollitf of the Australian Museum who speaks, and he says that the cuss in question J has been a denizen of this Continent ' for many years past ' ' Think of tlv.it, now '. What Mr. OUitf recommends in the way of alleged preventive and remedial ...

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THE Cumberland Argus and FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

THE . I ! FRUITSROAVEKS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. THE ELECTIONS. The advance in numbers and politi cal force made by the party that bears thu banner with the strange device ' Restriction,' has not been a surprise to us. For months past we have been insisting on thu necessity of thorough organisation and discipline in the Free trade ranks, in order to meet that ad vance and successfully combat it. 'We candidly admit that the Bestrietionists have earned all they knve gained, by their persistent and zealous ^though liiisdirectn'l' activity. 'We also admit that they have gained more seats than we expected they would. On the whole their organisation was far more perfect than that on the Froetrado side. Local ly, the Fret-trade organisation, though effected late in the day, was admirable. To it. may be directly traced the solidity of the vote in Central Cumberland for the right ' Bunch.' Had thu Freetra ders of all other provincial constituen cies only been as well organised as th...

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

J. PAUL, C\ E N E Pv A L C A B It I. E R, E i c. Vans for Hire by the Day or Hour. Furniture Removed with Care. MACQUAKIE-ST.REET. PAliRAMATTA JOHIST TAYLOR, GEXKKAL LICENSED AVC'riOXEFJ;, - ? - KEAI, PttOPr',l;TY KA1/K UOOMS : CHURCH-STREET. Established 1855. ESTABLISHED 1857. Letters axd Telegrams Eiscuivk Pro.mtt Attention at Either Estauhsjuikst, I Telemiojte — Nos. 72G Sydney, 9 North Shore, 5 Balmaix. I Undertakers and Funeral Furnishers. SYDNEY: BALMAIN: PETERSHAM: ST. LEONARDS : 791) G-eobok-St. '2'AS Daotjxo-St. Palace & WAiiDisr.r, Sts Walkujs-St. (Opposite Railway). (Near Oddfellows' Hull). (Right at Railway Station). (noxt E.S. and A.C. Bank. .State and Reform Funerals conducted in the most respectable manner and at moderate charges. Cedar, Oak, or other Polished Wood in!! Leaden Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wroaths, Crosses, and every other Funeral Requisite. Memorial Cards n Speciality (Printed tis require!;,] JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION NEATLY AND EXPEDIT...

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Parramatta District Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. (Before His Honor, District Court Judge Dowling.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parramatta District Court. Monday, I'ismiuaby 11. (Before His Honor, District Court Judge Bowling.) The following undefended cases wore dealt with:— William Bruce v. John Nobbs. Claim .CS 10s for work done, repairing piano, music, etc. Verdict for plaintiff with two witnesses 10 s each. Mercantile Bank v. James Edward .Black. Claim £!),') to Id, balcuco of promissory noto for .11 12 iu» :.d. Justin .1 . IJrcjisin deposed Hint the abovo promissory note had been endorsed by Messrs. Coatcs, Black, and Mason. C80 1'JsOd had boon paid. The amount now due, includ ing interest was £11- IDs 5A. Verdict for plaintilf, with ono guinea, costs. Henry Tear v. J. W. Byrnes. Claim .C2(i os lid, goods supplied. Verdict for lutiouut with '-s expenses. William Dcvino v. Morgan Morris. Claim, ,C11 13s (icl, for board and lodging. Verdict for plaintiff with 5s expenses. William Waddell v. J. Thomas. Claim .C 14 for fruit supplied. Verdict for amount, with U)s expenses for witness. T. and W. Moxhani v. ...

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The Auburn Templars and the Elections. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

The Auburn Templars and the Elections. TO TUB EBITOB OF THE OUJIlUiBLASD AKUUS. Sui, — In your irfsuo of Saturday last there is a report under the heading 'Auburn,' evi dently written by some member of the Hope of Auburn Lodge, I.O.O.T. It is the report of Bro. Bennett, which was submitted to that lodge, that, I wish, with your kind permission, to deal with. It is true that at a meeting of Lodge Elec toral Deputies, it -was decidsd to recommend tho members of our lodges in this electorate to vole for tho Freetrade candidates, but what I com plain of is there is no reason stated why such recommendation was given. At our Grand Lodge sessions held iu'April last year, a motion was carried as follows, — ' That in future this Grand Lodge shall refuse to sanction tho can didature of ii candidate for Parliament unless he unequivocally pledges himself to vote for Local Option to apply to renewals of publicans' licenses, on the basis of the Parliamentary roll, without compensation and by «, s...

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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

CENTRAL CUM 1 5ERL AN!) . Great was tho work in the county last Satur day, when the Freetraders literally 'swept the flour of Central Cumberland' and huirlcd tho Protectionists under tho refuse. There were two dirty spots that could not bo wiped out, but. they (or the majority of the people) do not belong to tho eouni.y proper. Prospect blimp mid Pott's Hill were tho two places which failed to head their lists with Freetrade majorities, but as the residents iu those places consist mainly of men who, lacking self-reliance and spirit, throw themselves on the mercies of the Government and insist on pauper employ ment, thoir votes do not reflect iu any way the intelligence of tho ecunty. The victory was indeed a complete ono for Frectradc. At 'J:i of the 4h~- polling places Freetrade headed tho polls, which were the largest taken in tho county. Tho consolidated voting was a credit to both sides. How honestly the Antius ticket was followed is shown iu tho fact that the four Freetraders s...

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PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. IVilliiig took pliiiiu mi Tuesday .-mil resulted iu lliu return ut Mo.isru. AV. Sliumc, W. Pltiyfurd tuul (i- Miislon, the voting being us follows :— W. SttiMno .. .. i.'iO -V. l-Muyford . . . . '2»'- G. Muslim . . . . i().i F. Kenyon .. .. 1S2 ]-. HonUm .. .. l-VJ W..Uniloy .. .. i:i« The oflieial tloulumtiou tool: place on Wednes day, and successful candidates returned thanks.

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

LETTEES AND TELEGEAMS EECEIVE PEOMPT ATTENTION. Undertakers, STATE AND REFORM FUNERALS conducted in the most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Load, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. AVreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. Church Street, Parramatta. New Furniture Arcade. Furniture Arcade. Ii you are about to .FURNISH YOUR HOUSE Come and AValk through our Arcade, and look fit our Goods and Prices. English & Colonial Furniture, Bedsteads & Bedding1, — AND — AUSTEIAN BENT FUENITUEE. Spring Mattresses, full, size, from Kitchen Safes, 10s Od. 15s- Kitchen Tables, 8s (id. Ohests of Drawers, from 30s. Drawing Eoom Suites, from £11 os. Hardware, Ilollowaro, Brushware, Basketwaro, &c. Colonial Ovens, from 7s 6d. Long Handle Shovels, 2s fid. Cxarden Barrows, lCs. Good American Axes, 4s (id. AViro netting from lft. to 6ft.— 2ft., oO yds., 7s ; 3ft., 50yds., 10s 6d. Corrugated Iron Tanks— 200 300 400 500 6...

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CHAPTER XXXVIII. WHIRLWINDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

CHAPTEE XXXVIII. AVnniLwixi)s. Miss Hadleigh was always effusive in her welcomes, and on the present oc casion sho was more offusivo than ever in tho reception of Madge. 'I have been dying with anxiety to see you, dear ; and if you had not come to 'day, I should have gone to W lliowmere, or sent tor you. 'I am glad to have come at the proper moment, then — when you wanted mo.' '.Oil, it is most, most fortunate ! ' (Siio found a difficulty in discovering a sufficient superlative, and so doubled the one at her command. ) ' And it concerns you,ns much as us, for it is about Philip tmddiis uncle.' ?,'fidge had not been excited with furiosity about the cause of Miss lludleigh's anxiety to see her ; and even now she was not disturbed, although more interested, when she learned that Philip had something to do with it. ' Has anything particular happened ?' ' AVo don't know yet dear ; that is vlwt vexes us. Philip has not been here for — oh, ever so long ; and such stnmgo things are being sa...

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