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

FBOSPECT. Spring, v Winter has passed ; and spring, with its attendant ' store of vernal trea sures' once more thrown her glorious mantle of green over our dis trict. Behold the change I Where only a few mornings ago we looked upon fields white with hoaiy frost, and shivered in our shoes, now we behold a tinge of green (whioh, by the way, is good for the eyes) : and where winter's bleak wind had stripped nature of her freshness, we see once more the foliage appearing. As a sure sign that cold nights and frosty mornings are passed, we have pnly to look at the wattle, whioh is now appearing in full bloom. Winter, farewell.! Spring, welcome 1

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Child's Saying. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

A Child's Saying. A true bill from Thornleigh Heights. Two bright-eyed lads, aged about six years of age, playing together ; one showing spots on his face unmistake ably like gravel rash. Quoth No. 1, eyeing the sores on his brother, sus piciously, ' I think you mus' be getting the leprosy. You'd better find out some Prophet ; and get him to tell you what to do I' Fact 1

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THORNLEIGH. A Successful Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

THORNLEIGH. (Fboh oub Correspondent.) A Successful Dance. The Bachelors' Ball at the School of Arts, Thornleigh, attracted the attention of town and district on Thursday night 1st instant. Some 40 couples were present; The music supplied was first ftliuu * And tut fYin nffiurn in rlmrcrp of the function spared no pains to seoure the enjoyment of everyone present ; the ball was run-off in suoh fashion that all were oompelled to admit its genuine success. The room was full of belles. That is, where our dances out here differ from those you hold, in every bumble bee ; — you seem content with one belle for every dance I Among ladies present we noticed : Miss Emilv Brady, in a handsome costume of black with canary sleeves and trimmings to match, the gown as a whole being prettily deoorated with cream roses slashed across the bodice ; Miss Lila Duffy, in cream, trimmed with pale blue and lace ; and Miss Netta Duffy, in black with pink trimmings. Miss Merrick, in blaok, set-off with pretty...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ERMINGTON & BYDALMERE. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

ERMINGTON & RYDALMERE, Municipal Council. The fortnightly meeting of the Ermington and Rydalmere Council was held on 81st ult. Present : The Mayor (Mr. T. Smith), and Aldermen Byan, Cowell, Jenkins, Humphries, and Stevens. Letters (inwards) were read : From J. Garrity, re rates on his property formerly occupied by Mr. Hill, objecting to the statement that proper steps had been taken by the Counoil. — Received. From J. Bogus, re money dne from the Counoil as compensation for damage to his property, and desiring that a final settlement should be made by the following Saturday ; otherwise, legal proceedings would be taken. — After an explanation by the Council-clerk, it was agreed to oomply with the terms of Mr. Bogu's letter, and inform him that a settle- ; ment would be made, as desired. From Board of Health (circular) re the ne cessity of licenses for the slaughtering of pigs. — Received. From the Munioipal Association, re tbe opening of session in September. — Received.— Ai...

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

ALL ordera Intended for us should be oare ItOlr addressed— Fxns Pbkss Offioe to Avoid oonlmiani JOHN BLAOK A Co., Anod'MnteauSFabllihen.Furamatta. CHATFIELD & BBOWK, /B/a W. Waiters, SIGN WRITER AND Ho/SE DEOORATOB, . y ' OHURCH-STBEETi PABBAMATTA. Estabubh»d16 YbiSs. Premier Butter Company, TOpp. Hareden's, Saddler, . CHUBCH BTBEET. - DAIRY PRODUCE FBESH DAILY. Best Hand-onred Bacon, ffd per lb. by the side. BHCUITS— Fancy Mixed, Ginger Nats, / Almond, and GoooanuX jr* /,CZ7X all at 4d per lb. -/ of p. CAMPBELL, Maqfefr. The North End Shoeing 1 Forge, CHURCH BTREET NOBTH, 1 PABEAMATTA. rfr — , B. C. Babtlett, i Proprietor HORSES SHOD, 4/- Ptaa Set, CASH. Patrons can rely on First-class Workman ship. ? ? 0 T I C E. tS' FURTHER SEDUCTIONS /j/rz' pDaul's /A, ' yDMLf PABOEL DELIVEBy . T(/and from City and Suburban Dikriots. FAB LESS THAN RAILWAY COST. , Leaves City Depftt, 131 York-at, 1 pjn. daily. „ Head Offloe, Churoh-et, Parramatta, 7.15 a.m. daily. ^ Pamela Bate, direct to...

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

?mHEN IN WANT OF SADDLEBY, Or any EJod of / /3// HABNESS, ///£ Don^OTget to call on / * H. Taylor (Fbom A. E. Mabsdem), 0HUB0H STBEET NOBTH, (Next to Atkins* Hotel). Repairs Neatly Executed. All Work Guaranteed. Terms Moderate. / ^^Jas. Munro, 7^1 /F-AMIL? BUT.CgEB, OHCBCH-BT. SOUTH, fABBAMATTA. Tha Shop lor Prima Iptsta ot 'fiwt & llotton. : Owti DdlvB ta A paper chase on bicycles took plaoe on Tuesday night The hares, Messrs, O'Brien and Willis, had a quarter of an hour's start. About a dozen wheelmen oaxnpeted. . The ran ' ' whieh extended oat to Bydalmere finished op in Wigram street, the first three in being J. Kennedy, B. J. Withers, and B. Oranney .in . - order named. A gENSATION IN THE TAILORING. ; ' McDONALD~TAILORING '. 1 COMPANY , if (E .McDONALD, the Wdl^nown Cyclist, ' , 'kht ? Manager), ? -.?* KING-STREET, fiYDHEY,^ - yffJRzz Commenced Business - ^njBGggH - STBEET, PARRAMATTA, 5 / fr Near Lennox Bridge. :- -1 BUTTS may be obtained at XX) WEST PBHafe ^4 -i . (FO...

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

CABL1NGF0ED. Property Sale. Mr. G. H. Mobba sold Mrs. Gow's orohard the other day for £800. The purchaser was Mr. Frank Oades, lately from the old country. He proposes to erect on the property a nice cottage residence.

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

Births. Quite an interesting event occurred ? here on Tuesday last, when Mrs. Her bert Black presented her husband with an addition to his family, in the shape , : of two daughters. I am happy to state that, as newspaper advertisements say, ' all are doing well.'

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

Readers are roquested lo pat Tonlse ttie ' ? ajiWrtlserl'' whose annoiinc^^^/. appea^ ln thelr

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

CASTLE tttt.t. A Fire. On Sunday afternoon last a fire oc- ;j curred by which Mr. J. Monro, of Parramatta, lost a valuable stack of / v wood. Clearing operations had been : - going on for some time past, and several stumps were burning, the sparks from ? which ignited the grass in the vicinity .£ ot tne wood stack, ine wood caugnt .* fire. Mr. Nolan was the first to dis cover the fire, and at once informed Mr. ] Nicholls, who lives next door. These - two gentlemen tried to subdue the flames, but without success. As a strong wind was blowing at the time J sparks from the fire were gathered in all directions, and wherever they fell, the dried-up grass at once caught. Mr. Nicholls' wood heap caught, and it was only after the most strenuous efforts that the flames were subdued. Mr. J. W. Foster came over with some men ^ and lent valuable aid in protecting - other wood stacks, At one time grave fears were entertained for the safety of Mr. Nicholls' house. The wood cost ' Mr. Munro £82 10...

Publication Title: Cumberland Free Press, The
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WEDDING DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

[?] [?] wedding dress is an all-engrossing subject, and who are anxious to know if anything strikingly novel in bridal toilettes has been introduced to the world of fashion. Our reply is in the nega tive, nor do we regret that there is nothing ab solutely new to chronicle. The prevailing mode lendB itself bo admirably to all the details requisite for an ideal wedding gown that any addition or alteration would only mar the effect. .The mode of fastening the veil is left much to choice, but none is so becoming ais the Jew ish style, whioh, instead of pleating and twisting a ooraer of the tulle into a land of I turban on the top of the .head, allows the 4ace : to booov.ered but not concealed by the softfolds that tall to the waist. A lace veil must needs i be arranged in a different manner ; but tulle is | so simple, so girliBh- looking, so suitable to the : occasion, that it will Bene to enhance the oharms of a young bride far more than tlie rarest old point d'Angleterre could ever do...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Temperance. CUMBERLAND DISTRICT LODGE, I.O.G.T. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

Temperanoe. CUMBERLAND DISTRICT LODGE, I.O.G.T. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of tbe above was held on Saturday evening, August 8rd, in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Macquarie-street, Parramatta. There was a fairly representative gather ing — including, among other visitors — Brother W. H. Mitchell, Grand Trea surer. The D.C.T. (Bro. Rea) pre sided ; and performed the usual opening ceremonies, after which tbe credential committee reported that two candidates were in waiting for their district degree. These were duly con ferred in an impressive manner. Cor respondence was read, and referred to tbe Executive to be dealt with. The D.T.-elect (Bro. Gilford) tendered his resignation, in consequence of his pro jected early departure for England ; it was accepted, with regret. Bro. D. M'Nab was elected to the position. An application was received from Star of East lodge, Dundas, for a special degree session on September 27th ; Referred to Executive. In re printing of balance-s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EVENING STAR LODGE, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

EVENING STAR LODGE, I.O.G.T. The above lodge met for the trans action of quarterly business on Monday evening last, in the Centenary school room, Parramatta. Those present in cluded Bro. John Saunders, D.D., who accepted the usual invitation, and pre sided over the meeting. Voluminous correspondence was read, and re ceived. This included the Grand Secre tary's 'quarterly circular and blank return forms. Twu candidates were proposed for membership ; and initiated. Reports of officers were read and adopted : Secretary's, treasurer's, and Finance Committee's ; Bro. Rae and Sister Goodin presented very encouraging reports on the financial and numerical strength of the Havelock Juvenile Temple. The installation ceremony was next proceeded with, the installing officer being Bro. Saunders, with Bro, John Pickering and Sister Stokes, jon. as hiB deputies. The fol lowing comprise the new officers ; C.T., Bro. Punnell; V.T., Sister Brock; secretary, Bro. A. Weaver ; assistant secretary, Bro. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895

HAPPY THOUGHT LODGE, I.O.G.T. A higUy successful ' Pound Night was hela in' connection With {he above j lodge on Wednesday evening, in the F.S. Hall, Parramatta. The ' attend ance of members'- and visitors was large ;? ond'inoluded among the latter -were — Bros. J, Saunders (D.D.) Geo. Bennett (D.C-T.), find the oUipers and members of the Harmony (Liverpool) Jojtee. , Bro. F, TTa.ll, O.T., presided. : After usual formal ceremonies, .two i&nclidatee for Iqdge membership were initiated. ' Other propositions, were received for hext meeting. : The instodl atiqn ceremony , ipas .poBtponed in «on sequenca of pressing .business. Some, eight representitiyea of lodges responded ' -tp thensoal vote^visitore/whilstBro. JBeiifett;. .apte-Simri^f.^ye ; brief ftfltirrpfm anft Etbds (Liverpool! invited alijpnseat to 'their lodge :atoniw»Hy ^iii S^tembeiv ' Be. anoe, mdTw«n(myiollow?a.l At a late

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

Forthcoming Bazaar. A meeting of ladies interested m the movement on foot to arrange a bazaar, to celebrate the opening of the new School of Arts, was held last week. There was a good attendance ; and some rood nreliminarv work was done. The following committee, who, we understand, are to work in pairs, was formed : — Mrs. MoKenna, Mrs. White ; Mrs. Tosh, Mrs. Hemers ; Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Cohen; Mrs. Thiele, and Miss Jay. The tender of Mr. C. Burrell has been accepted for the erection of the new building, at £144 ; and work will probably be commenced in a few days. We understand that a squad of Parra matta Lancers are to go out and give a military display.

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

Ifflock Election. On Saturday week, the monotony of life at Kenthurst was somewhat broken by the wild excitement of a mock election. There were three candidates, Messrs. Arch. Gibbs (Protectionist), Jos. White fLabort. and S. Coker inde pendent Protectionist). Each candidate addressed the meeting, and after a ballot had been taken, Mr. H. Burrell (returning officer) announced the poll as follows : — A. Gibbs, 18 ; White, 9 ; Coker, 9. Mr. Gibbs M.P.

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

DUBAL. Influenza. It is with feelings of deep regret and sympathy, that I have to announce the serious illness of Mrs. W. Hawkins. Influenza is the cause of the trouble ; and so severe was the attack* that early entertained as to the sufferer's ultimate recovery. Mr. Hawkins himself had a bad attack, and although far from well he had to ride into town for the doctor. Much sympathy is expressed on all sides for the sufferer.

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

Items. The finger post at the Bound Comer has been repainted. Another one whioh wants doing badly, is that at the junction of Bouse Hill, and Kenthurst roads. Many of the residents are in great straits for want of water. taught some of the residents a lesson ; for we notice that wells are being dug, and water-holes cleaned out. Citrus planting is beipg pushed for ward in various parts of the district. Where once stood barren-looking wildernesses, young orchards are now springing up. — Does fruitgrowing pay ?

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

Our Wheelwright Mr. J. Harris, the local wheelwright, has recommenced business in Dural. Only a few months ago he had a shop adjoining our blacksmith's premises ; but hiB plaoe was, unfortunatdy burned to the ground. This time, however, he has built a shop some distanoe away from the forge ; and, judging by the number of oarts in the yard, is not I doing so badly.

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

Our Bootmaker. Mr. W. T. Sharp, our bootmakor, is doing a splendid business here. After travelling all round the world for a number of years, he at last visited Dural ; and waB so muoh impressed with the locality that he decided to settle here. He has not repented of his decision ; for his fame is already spreading abroad and he does business from Castle Hill on the one side to Wiseman's Ferry on the other.

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