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Parliamentary Elections. A GREAT FREETRADE VICTORY. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parliamentary Elections. A GREAT FREETRADE VICTORY. PARRAMATTA. Tub polling for the election of a parliament ary representative of Parramatta took place on Saturday last, but comparatively was a very tame affair, as the Freotrades had it all their own way. As usual, Mr. Taylor's forces wore well organised, and although his party were assured of a two to one victory later in the day, they did not relax their efforts, but worked with u will to leave no possible loophole for defeat. Tiiusc who in former contests figured as tho most ardent and hard-working of Mr. Byrnes' supporters, were conspicuously absent. Under tho bnnuer of Protection they could not and would nor work, and many helped to swell the big Freetradc majority. Tho crowd was very ordorly, with the exception of that one intolerable nuisance who appeared at tho Central Cumberland nomination and calls himself u Protoctioiij.it. There were several comical displays opposite Mr. Hu-,'h Taylor's residence. A giant corn stalk was...

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

Agricultural and Horticultural. (By Wkstmvaiv} SyAYINli OvKK-l.OAPUP FlHHV 1 UK!*.— tH'C to ail heavily -bcariug trees, and in suim- way .-mitv the- branches from bivukuv,-. Making is not advisable : a hotter plan is to s«utf smif tamtl spun ytiru and mw the branches to ou'li other, anil across from one .-l.le to the other of the iw. as in this way tho tree pro r,-ws »«Jf ami chathu.' is avoided. One strand will hold a man's -we'shl, and that is mure than several lm-lwl* of syptes. If, in applying tho eons von distrust a single strand, take two or mow,' First attach the cord to a Unver limb, then draw it .«r an inner upper crotch, place the top of ouo fo.-t under the limb, awl litt it ui. a little, tighten the cord, not taking too much weieht off the limb, and make last with two halt hitches to the uVl-er hmb or crotch. 'IVvcea in this way with every over-burdened limb which vou can get at, and yon will find the tree much belter supported than it would be by poles. The accompanying ...

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

Auburn. O.v AVednesday evening- lust « concert was given iu the Congregational Church, Auburn, the proceeds of which are to bo devoted to the liquidation of tho debt ou the Church. This is tho first, of a series of concerts that arc to be held for that purpurse, and its succuess augurs well for those that ia-c to follow. Thu church was filled to its utmost capacity with an in terested audience, who testified by the hearty applause given, their appreciation of tho pro '?ramme placed before them. The programme was as follows :— 1'ianoforto duet ; Miss L. Mills aud Miss U. McNab ; song Mr. Hawkins : song ' The Lost Chord' Miss M. Geeves; violin solo, ' The Bohemian Girl,' | Vliss Carrie Ellison; song, ' Nil Dcspuriinduin' Mr. A. G. Brown ; song, 'Tho Romany Lass' Miss M, Nicld ; piano duot, Miss M. Barker and Miss Holland ; song, ' Tho Old Brigade' Mr, Kirkhmd; reading, 'Mrs. Caudles' Curtain Lecture,' Miss Lizzie Bursjin ; song, 'Saved from thoiStoim,' Mr. E. Beckett; violin solo, ' R...

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

Fairfield. Satubday next will bu a great day at Fail-field. Thu opening of the Public School is to bo celebrated by an outing with Iho youngsters. Tho school is now iu first class working order, and has on the roll over 100 scholars. Mr. T. AV. Henrv, tho teacher, was called t-- Bowral on Saturday last to receive a testimonial of 20 so vs. from tho people of Bowral in consideration of his conduct of the local school for seven years. The presentation was made by the Mayor of Bowral. The chil dren are coming along well in singing under Mrs. Henry, who is instructor in needlework, Miss Florrie Long has charge of the infants department.

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THE NEW SMITHFIELD-FAIRFIELD MUNICIPALITY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

THE NEW SMmiFffiLD-FAIRITliLD MUNICIPALITY. A good deal of interest was centered in tho public; nomination of candidates in the ne.v SinitliiieMiiinlFairfieldnuiniuiiMility.Avhiclilook place on Monday last, in the Lecture Hull, Smitlifield. There was a good gathering of ratepayers. In tho absence of Mr. J. Simpson, the J!eturnin!;--olliei:r, Mr. J S. Simpson noted as iH'esuiuig-omuer anil conducted tnu proeecu ings satisfactorily. J here being only two nominations for iHiditnrs, Messrs. i/ranois McDonald and Charles Laclioy, those! gentlemen were declared elected unopposed. Six aldermen have to bo elected, but sixteen nominations were received as follows :— -Messrs. Francis Alkin Konyon, David Dale, lieoi-o Junir, John Lackey, Clmrles Cook, Edward Maolcor Anthony, .Inliu ISurtTrivett, William Stimson, Samuel Crilclilev, Georiro Paine, John Joseph Shying, 'Ihomas'.IJarterfUeoryo Hollicr, Thomas Len naril, Adam Stein, ami Thomas Downey. All of the candidates addressed tho ratepay ers,...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Righted at Last, CHAPTEE XXXVII (continued). 'I don't want to seo him at fill ; I wnntto go to grandfather,' she answered. Jj'iit it .whs not entirely mixioty on nc 'I count of tluit rchitivo vhieh prompted the desiro.to visit Camborwoll, although her affection foi1 tlio old man was strong enoiisr'i to make her oagor to nurso him She also saw in this temporary exile the opportunity to nscupo from siii'roundiugs which were threatening to mar all her chances of happiness. ' And what am I to do when yo'ro avra ? ' ' You can go up to tho house for your meals, or you can got them ready for yourself, as you have done before. AVo cnnnol leave grandfather alone.' 1 True enough, true enough, my lass ; and 1 suppose you'll need to go. You'll niaylio do the auld man some good. It woidd lie the saving o' him, body and i- sowL if you could get him to sup parritch '?-' and drink a wee bit less. You can tak him some flowers ; but it's a pity that you cannot have fine of the new geraaniums for him....

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The Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

The Municipal Elections. T.x ii special edition of the Akuus, issued on Saturday last, full particulars wure given of lliu municipal contests tit I'armmaUa and Oran- villc. Briefly the results wure as follows :— PARRAMATTA. M.utsDiiN- AVaud.— Julm BiKitU . . '?!?'-- Guurtfo Tilt) .. ISO Informal .. 11 Goiik Wakd. — N. E. A. Neulo .. '2'18 Jolm Taylor . . IG» Informal . . l- 1'oKiiteST Waud.— '\V. J. .Ferris . . -0!) J. M. Perriei- . . DO Informal .. -1 GRANVILLE. West Wakd.— J. Lo-rgott .. .. 77 J. Spears .. .. 17 Koran Wakd.— R, 13. Golf . . .. 71 J. Thorpe .. .. IS Audztoks.— II . Coutts .. .. KM W. It. Windsor .. US W. II. Burgess.. .. 112

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The Parramatta Elections. MR. J.W. WITHERS IN REPLY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

The Parramatta Elections, MR. J. AV. WITHERS IN REPLY. (TO THE EDITOR Ol- THE CUMUEBIiAND AKQUs) Sin, — I think in justice to myself and those who were good enough to volunteer their sup port, had 1 wanted it, at tho recent election of a member for Parramatta, a few words are necessary in roply to ' ' Elector ' and ' A friend of Mr. AVithors.' 'Elector,' in his first effusion, iusiuutes after a considerable amount of grandiloquent stuff about ' tho lion -hearted knight whoso gigantic intellect,' &c, has raised New South AValcs to so ' brilliant and exalted position,' that it is a piece of imperti nent presumption ou anyone's part to opposu tho 'good old follow (Mr. Taylor) in his bo lovcd borough.' I havu yet to learn that a long lease of parliamentary honor gives any man fixity of tenure or shows unselfishness. The gross impertinence is with the man who questions tho right of others to tonic forward and enjoy (if they can get them) tho privileges of ofliee. But this is not ...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR AT GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

ELECTION OF MAYOR AT G.RAN VILLE. A. special meeting of the above Council was held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening last for the above purpose. Present : (Tho Mayor) Alderman 0. Unwiu (in thoeliair) Aldermen Nobbs, Koss, Forsyth, Ivuv and Coir. The Mayor introduced Aldermen Kay and Golf to the Council. Mr. .John Nobbs moved, ' That Alderman 0. Uuwiu be elected Mayor of the Council for the ensuing year.' Alderman C. I'nwin had, during tho low months ho held the oilice, shown that he was eminently suit-id to fill the position, and it was only right that he should 1)0 re-elected. Alderman Forsyth seconded tho resolution. -Alderman Unwiu had previously carried out tho duties in a most satisfactory 'manner, and no doubt at times he had found those duties most, onerous. Alderman Koss, Kay and GoiT supported the resolution, which was carried unanimously. Tho Mayor, in returning thanks said that lie would, in his capacity as executive oflicer of tho Council, do his utmost to mmy ou...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR OF PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

ELECTION OF MAYO.ll OF PAREA MA.TTA. A. special meeting of the Pnrrainatta Bor ough Council was held on Wednesday evening for the puipuso of electing a Mayor for the cur rent municipal year. Tlieru were present : The Mayor (.Mr. C. J. Byrnes) and Aldermen Tuvlur, Bennies, Brodie, DUuii, Mu.xham, Fer ris,' Tiernan, Dcllow and.l)rew. TheMayorhan ilediu the declaration of oilice of Aldermen Fer ris, lieames, Mouth and Neale, and Aldeiman ISeamc-s apologised for the absence of Alderman The Mayor explained ilio business ami said ho was not a candidate for the oilice. Aldermau Taylor ami P.rodie rose simul taneously. Alderman lirodio said he rosrretted to hear the Mayor say he was not a candidate for tl o uf-lice. 'There* was no gentlemen at. the table so well (nullified to 11U the position. His ac H'laiiituHuu with tho Municipalities Act ami the lirmuess and dignity with which he con ducted the proceedings made him eminently -suited for tho positiou. Although theie was a difference of op...

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Parramatta District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Parramatta District Hospital. Tun usual monthly moisting of tho committee of tho above institution wrs held in the board room on Wednesday evening last. Present: Messrs. ('.. T. Hunt, vice-president (in the chair). W. W. Bodenham, Kev. J. I). Murray, and Messrs. A. C. Willis, J. (!. Fyall, 0. Tli.ldr-n. T. I). Little and the secretary, Mr. If. ScliwartzkiilV. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and coulirmed. Tim secretary. Mr. SrhwarUkolV, apologised for tho absence of Ihe Ven. Archdeacon liunthe:-. and Messrs. F. lieames, A. lice and I!. A. Kitchie. Accounts and salaries amount ins: in all to L'Sli (is. -Id. were passed and ordered to be paid. The secretary reported that he had received a written resignation from Dr. Phillips, one ot the honorary visiting medical officers to the in stitution. Mr. Si'hwuvtekolf explained that the resignation was in consequence of a decision arrived at by tho committee in reference to a charge brought against tho matron by Dr. Phillips. Th...

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Lecture by Archdeacon Gunther. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 16 February 1889

Lecture l»y Archdeacon Guuthcr. 'I'm: Archdeacon of Cauiden delivered n lec ture before a number of his parishioners in St. .Mill's .schoolroom, Parranmtta, on Tuesday evening, on Ihe 'Protestant Kpiscopal Church in America.' Amou-st tho audience were the Revs. I )',\rey Irvine and 11. Tate. ArchdcaconGunther said: A clever but erratic writer has -iven to the world his ideas on ' N'atioual Missions.' The mission of Italy lie believes is to teach Art, of France to te:ich manners, of Germany lo solve philosophic j roblems, and of Iviuuiud to instruct humanity in mailers of commerce. I venture to think Kiiirland has a much nobler mission, and that the mi^iou js |:. spread Kiurlaud's faith and civiluaiiou. 'I'lie Churcli of England has had much to ,U- in the niakiii!.' of Knjland and Kii-di.-h character. To be stroii- and free, manly and truthful, self-ivliaul, chivalrous the guardian of tho weak and oppressed, indus trious, law abiding, tho nurse- of homo virtues, may bo tho proud boas...

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

MARRIAGE. GOLDRICK— RICHARDSON.— January 30, at St. Matthias', Paddington, by the Rev. Zachary Barry, LL.D., Robert, eldest son of Robert Goldrick, of Parramatta, to Kate Alicia, only child of the late Charles Saunderson Richardson, of West Mait- lamd.

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Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Rookwood. A viar.iivnmu-ril nmlluv^i'lv iitkMidtiil cmicoi-t wiis ]icl(l in yt .Stephen's soliixil lniililiiiy mi Fridiiy ni^ht. Ah-. Artliiu Jlnssey, orji-miist ul ^t. .Tolm's, rnvrn inuHn,1 with Mr. l.Vstk nnd some niein li.'i-s of tlu' 1'iUTimuittu Luidovttifel, kindly undertook the iirrungonieiils stud gave' groat sutisl'iietiou. Tin: olijoet was to raise money 1'or the buildiiijr fund, the bondsmen having lieen com pelled to oblsiin mi wurdrait- to -prevent, ieg-al proceedings which had been llivunliMiod \iy the Lo-.m .Kuud Com mittee. It appears lliat the bonilsiiion, owing lo parochial diHtoullii's, hnvu l.eei! unable, to viii.se funds in the ]isti'ish, and iti-e now appealing lo out side friends. Archdeacon (iunther, 'who was present for a .short time., gave mi stddvess on the (jhuvuh wovk, niethudsol' work, and tho spirit in which the work should lie undertaken. The Arch deacon also u-avo some account of the prosperous condition of church maUei-.s ,it It'oolcu-oiid some, ye...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. (Before Messrs. E. Ellison and Capt. McRac. Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

TllUKSl.AY, VkUHVAIIY 21. (?Bofuro Messrs. K. Kllisuu and Capt. McRae. Js.P.) Geor-e Champion was fined 20s or 7 days for being drunk. ' Matthew Denning was lined .5s or 21 hours for a similar offence'.

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. (Before Messrs. S. Goold, E. Ellison, and Capt. McRac, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

AVeusiwday, Fi;hi:uai!y 20. .Ilefore Messrs. S. Goold, E. Kllison, -mdCapt. McRae, Js.P.) Arthur Connelly was ohargivl by George Tyler with stealing from his person u silk poc ket handkerchief valued at 7s (id. Constable Hew deposed to arresting defendant. George Tvler deposed that on Sunday morning defen dant took his handkerchief out oE his pocket, did not see defendant take it ; asked defendant for it on Tuesday evening. AVhen he asked defendant f .r the handkerchief he threateiie.l to assault, him. John IJrmngold deposed to seeing tho handkerchief iu defendant's posse: - sion : he waved it at witness and said 'There's the handkerchief, nnd neither you. nor the other l.loke will get. it.' Defendant, pleaded not guilty, and stated th».t ho was in Mr. Brodie's yard un Sunday morning: saw Drum-old take the h-indkerehief out of Tyler's pocket; he said, ' I'll keep this to-night, mid if Tyler don't notice it I'll keep it, a!t igethei- ; ' he a'fterwar.ls exchanged it, with him for sir...

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Tuesday, FEBRUARY 19, (Before Mr. O. Saunders, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Tui:si-ay, Fkiuh'.viiy It), (Before Mr. 0. Snunders, J.P.) Joseph Moore, charged with being drunk iu (iood- street, Gnmvillo, pleaded guilty. He was fined .5s or 21 hours. Kor using obscene language, tho same de fendant was lined 20s or IS hours.

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MONDAY FEBRUARY 18. (Before Messrs G. T, Hunt, J. Whilworth, G. [?] and J. Poster, J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Moxi.ay. I-'i:iii:i;ai:v IU. (lief.ire Messrs (!.T. I hint, .1. Whilw.jrlh, (i. '? G.nitesmid .1. I-Vslcr, .Is. I'.) j Daniel lii-ay was fined .Vs or 21 hours fur i drunkenness, 'and 20s. or 11 days for ming oh- I .t-.im'es'OoxAviisttniid -is .»? 21 hours for i drunkenness. | James Gilmore, charged with bavin-- no visi- | 1.1c mt-ans of support, was sent to irnol 1'V sis '. months. James Harris, alias ' liibbons,' ehm-ircd with bavin- no visible means of snpp-rt, was scut to u-.i'.l fur three months. ! Jlube I Kenshaw w.,s fined -h or 2 I hours lor bein'- drunk iu Granville. II... wns also charged with nsinif obscene laiigii,!-.'.-. and, pleading 'iiiltv was find I', or three months. ' Waller Price sued Joseph Dullard for unlaw fully nss,mlfin-_r mid limiting him. i'laiutilf stat'edthat. he was employed by Mrs. liallard I I,, drive,, hor.s,.an.leait ' Defendant, in cono i queiiee of it dispute about a whip, had assaulted 1 him. Alive U.dhii-.l de|.,s,,l ilia-, defendant. I had made ...

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FERRIS TROPHY CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

.FKUPJ.S TROniY CtJNIKST. Tiie fina! match for tlie Ferris Trophy was commenced on Saturday .afternoon last 'on the 1,'arraiaattn. Albert wicket, the contestants beiny the Alberts and the Field of Mnrs. The latter won the toss and elected to bat. Kirby and -\V. Spurway faced the bowling of jf. LoiiL'hursr. and Thwaite. Kirby was' disposed of the verv tint ball. It was one of those loose, .-hor:,. wide balls that a bowler treats with the utmost contempt. Kirby was sure of uut tiiii.' it for at lea:-t a fourer. but he failed loifot on to it properly, and it substitute, fielding' iu the .-lips, hel.l out his one hand for it and kept hi,, hands on it. 1 -0-0. J. Co well joined Spurwav, mid for a time runs came frec-lv. Crisp was tried in Thwaito's place, and he, should have had Spui-wsiy ea.silv run out, had he n..t been wool-i;-atj.eri:i'-.'' However, when the .-core had reached -JO, U,,; hm-.t bowled him. ?_?- 1-1 -?_?:{. If. Fn'a!i next. He short iy .saw Cns]- bowl his partner'..; le...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 23 February 1889

Local Topics. Tin: nomination of Mr. F. B. Suitor, the rrjerled of two constituencies to a scat in tho 'Lords,' is a flagrant violation of thu spirit of tho constitution. The Protectionist daily jeers at Ceulral Cumberland fruitgrowers i'or having' so largely supported * Freetrado at tho recent, general election, and asks them how they like me railway anaiigemenis euai, it uiiogos n;i\c boon made' with a view of immediately swamp ing- thu Sydney market with Victorian-grown fruit. Such Restricliuuist chaff will not. ??turtle those C. U. Freetraders who arc. in the fruit growing lino; since, to a man, they will be ready to admit that if they can't compete against, the Victoria grower (who, as regards tlie production of fi-iiits that constitute uitr .will fti'i'lf, is handicapped by climate and hundreds of miles of transit) they deserve to be swamped, spoiled and done for. AVo trust that the proposal of the Parra matta School of Arts management to hold a 'blend' of Children's Industria...

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