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TOONGABBIE AND WENTWORTHVILLE. Wierd Words from the above. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
TOONGABBIE AMD WENT WORTHVILLE. Wierd Words from the above. The oldest resident has been trotted out ; and with trembling lips and furrowed brow he states that since Local Government was first promised, away in the distant past (when Mr. Hugh Taylor wore knickerbockers) and didn t know a big A from tbe track ot a duck) — not since then, has such a winter's drought been. Anyway, the drought is becoming serious in this locality. A great many residents have been drawing water a distance of two or three miles for domestic DurDOses. for some time back ; and if it continues so, much longer, we will liave to lay in a supply of fermented beverages to slake our thirst, and have to subject our soiled linen to the dry-blowing process. Mr. Benson, a new arrival in this looality, and one who has been giving a lot of employment about here since he did come, has had quite an experi ence of late. It happened this way. He sent his man to Parramatta with a Unwin nnJ 1 !??? n An J ^ K frtl. AAHIA lTAA...
A Loss. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
A Loss. Mr. D. Johnson, of ' The Irishman's Home,' had the misfortune not long sinoe to lose one of his cows. The animal, it seems, was endeavouring to get through a fence, near Fye's Creek, but found it was rather stronger tnan it looked, for in trying to crawl under the rail she broke her back, and in fall ing she slided down the bank, when her head somehow got doubled up under her, with the result that her neck was i also broken.
Select Poetry. MELIORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Select Poetry. MELIORA. The feeble folk wane through the ages, and careless the Mighty Ones smite them : Who Is there that shall avenge the shedding of innooent blood ? £?er the earth and the sea, the spoiler and 1 slaver triumph, Till the low sobs grow to a shriek, and the tears to a flood. fathomless future ; As it has been, shall it be down to the pitiless end? In dark dens, by the hills, or the sea, long ages the bickering cave-men, Aimed with their sharpened flints, rob and ravish and slay ; The smoke of the Aztec victims steams np from the Mexican albCrs, And the qnivering heart Is torn by the priests from the living breast ; The bearded Assyrian treads on the necks of the vanquished foeman ; The shafts from the chariots pieroe the haddled wretches who fly. On tbe tombs of the Nile's grave lords still marches the dolelul procession — The oaptives go forth to swift death or the llf eloncr doom of the duvn. Laurel -crowned, np the Capitol's steep the heavy -eyed Casar advanoes ;...
An Extra Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
An Extra Train. The residents of this distriot are anxious to have some means of getting home from Sydney by a late train, at least twice a week. At present the con venience only exists for Saturdays ; and considering that tbe southern line people enjoy the boon every night in the week, it is only reasonable and just that we here should have it twice _ a week. Anyhow, the railway authorities are- to be approached on the subject by the Progress Association ; and we wish the latter every success.
Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Lecture. On Thursday night a lecture, illus trated by lime-light views, was delivered in the local School of Arts. Alderman B. Davis, of Woollahra, was the lecturer, and his subject was ' Glimpses of other lands.' There wa^a good attendance, and the leoturer was listened to with rapt attention.
Birthday Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Birthday Party. The birthday of Miss Florrie Hart, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Hart, was celebrated by a social gathering at that gentleman's residence, on Saturday evening last ; a party of about thirty friends being present. Tbe little tady, m wnose nonor toe garnering naa been convened, was the recipient of various gifts and mementoes of the occasion. Dancing and parlour games were indulged in by the birthday party till about 11 p.m., when the company dispersed with best wishes for ' many happy returns ' to Miss Hart, and with heartily-expressed hopes for her future. Amongst the ladies and gentlemen present were : Mr. and Mrs. Hart, parents of the heroine ; Mr. Moses Gazzard (Parramatta) her grand father ; Miss Elke Gazzard, her aunt ; Mr. A. E. Gazzard, her uncle.
CASTLE HILL Concert and SociaL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
CASTLE HHiTi. Concert and Social. The Castle Hill crioketers held aver; encoessfnl concert and social on Friday night last in the Castle Hill hall. The programme of the concert was of alengthy and varied character, am3, oomprised the usual run of conoert it nms. Among tfonao falrtnir narf. wora Miu Pnrhfifl. Miss M. Buckley, Mrs. Langdon, Miss M. Power, Mr- B. Schofield, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Thompson, Mr. F. Atkins, Masters Doudney(2) and Miss Beed. The dance after was a most enjoyable one, although the floor was not as good as it might have been. Tbo music Mr. Graoe (piano) was all that could be desired. Dancing was vigorously car ried on till about eleven o'clock when a break was made for supper, which was served in good style by Mrs. Amos Kentwell and Miss Maud Kentwell. After supper dancing was resumed and was kept going till daylight. Among the ladies present were the following: — Miss Laura Schofisld, drab with pale blue trimmings ; Miss McCue, pale green and black velvet ; Miss Fo...
Dance. "THE ROSEBUDS." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Dance. ' THE BOSEBUDS.' On Wednesday the ladies of the Bosebud Social Club, Baulkham Hills, entertained their gentlemen friends at a dance attheOddfeUows' Hall, CastleHill. Among the ladies noticed were many of the belles of the Hills. MissM. S ben herd looked charming in pink orepon ; Miss Robins, in a very pretty brown velvet dress trimmed with blue ; Miss M. Wright, in scarlet and old gold; Miss M. Brien, in black. Misses Smith, C. Black. A.McCueandDelling ham affected respectively blaok and scarlet, a nice cream nun's veiling, black and ruby velvet, and a truly neat white, with ribbon streamers. Misses H. Power and S. Hodges looked at their bast in black and gold. Also moving gaily in the happy throng were Misses E. Power : (' WiM Rnsns A. Rrv.h. ester, Craig and Conroy, — Parramatta ; Miss Dellingham, — Seven Hills. The beaux were Messrs H. Shepherd (M.C.) B. Gittoes, J. Black, W. Black, A. Dunbar, Gittoes, G. Nichols, J. Walsh, T. Brien, H, Holliday, H, Fitzgerald, and Harriso...
Wreck of the Catterthun. LOSS OF 54 LIVES, [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Wreck of the Oatterthun. LOSS OF 54 LIVES, TheE, and A. Co.'s steamer ' Gatterthan ' (2179 tons) became a total wreck on the Seal Books on Thursday morning, at 2-80 a.m. As the ship was settling down a desperate effort was made t-y some of the Chinese and Tiftmr orew to float the one boat left (tbe starboard lifeboat). A moment after thev aot free the Catterthun sank. Four Europeans and some Chinese were ploked off the wreokage, and the boat got safely to Charlotte Head. The Catterthun was commanded by Captain Shannon, of North Sydney, formerly in charge of the John Elder steamship. He was noted for the attention he paid to t-oat drill, the interest showed by him in the crew's efficiency in that respect. The ship's surgeon (Dr. B. H. Anderson) we believe, waa, some short time ago, temporarily practising at Granville. Mr. A. Wolstenholme, the fourth engineer, Is a eon of Mrs. Wolstenholme, bo well-known as President of the Womanhood Suffrage League.
APPOINTMENTS TO THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
APPOINTMENTS TO THE UPPEfil HOUSE. The Government have iqade the following appointments to the Upper House :~^Megar&. B. Backhouse, H.A.B.I3.A., Boht, Fowler (exrMaybrpf Sydney), Edward Pulsford, &-E. Lees (Mayor of Sydney), Alex. SetMt John Hughes, Daniel O'Connor . (exPostinarter Getieral), ^ P70ulles,S4.lW uormeriy a minister of the Prin^tive Jfrno* uist Ghurofy, aM y, Jego 8mi&. Fqwler, Iiees, O'Connor, and Bltoksby were candidates at thei^ WtionT^ 7 The Castle Hill crioketers are to be oon mfalUfaJ nn 41«a pniwuu. —t ? 3 biOl. ? ? v.'',— The 'happy event' set down for next Week, In which two Government officials in town were to be united; was . anticipated on TnurB day, owing to (ainlly oirotmuUnoei - calling for the bride's immediate', presence lo Melbourne. Mr. and Mre. Adams, onr respite 1 ? - Mrs. Sando, a lady, whose acmneetlon.'wilh Famoiatta went back halt a eentmy, dled.on' Saturday last. The deceased lady was the slater oHXr. B. Ba^er. JJ'. : . ...
Mr. D. O'Reilly and Time Compensation to Publicans. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Mr. D. O'Reilly and Time Com pensation to Publicans. TO THE EDITOR. Sib,— However definite Mr. O'Reilly may bo on some matters, he does not appear to express himself very clearly or definitely on the drink (. question. On other questions, particularly the | j land-tax question, be has posed as a publio educator; but on the drink question (the oTfiAtpqt and most imoortant of all) he seems to be a mere hanger-on or rail-sitter. In ^ your issue ot July 27th, you report him as saying— ' He would so so far as to say that any policy that regarded a publican as necessarily an out oast was an unoharitable and unohristian one.' I cannot understand whv Mr. O'Reilly should ^ go out ot his way to make such a superfluous ▼ statement, for no such policy has ever been proposed in this country, nor, so far as I know, V I in any other.(a) But perhaps he meant any ^ policy that woold outlaw or absolutely prohibit , the liquor traffic. It that be so, he has muoh to learn on this great national questio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
TiTONET TO LEND.— From £25 to £1000 i-YJL-tf0Ktoproved Security, atTeaeonahWm / -GEO. E. H. BLACK* f H Oharch-st., Pantunfta. SUBPlMKQ^R Marvellous are th J^ar- gsfrs^WUfiON'S EEMNANMjiE. STILL thea^balm inOrfead. A- MASON'S ^ GEE^jr KEMNA^WSXl^ One Week STRAYED into my paddock on July 27th, four Ponirf (two Brown Geldings and two Roan Maredrafdr one Iron-grey Colt, jfltu^ed JB near eKfl^er, rope round neck. CitSraer oanhave dune by paying expenses. A A. SMITH, Poundkeeper, ProBpeot. ? STRAYED from Goodlet and Smith's brick worfy'tifranville, on Saturday, Augftst & one yello/ Jfa# filly, black points, braijftl Jo near 8houMg/4Don flank. Reward SP^/m J JOHN KELLY, / T T, ? » Model Farms, Merrylands. Cm fcgiord. Close 16th ipst. ^T. vV. HILL, Architect, GeorgC -st. TO LET. ttait Commodious Shed adjoining RjtoPeMnd Co.'s Sale Yards, George etreet, ay fgy fcn the occupation of Coates and HatgterrTuater Merchants. Applva / RITCHIE A CO., //» ? ? q_ ? | ? Parramaty. The evenvof th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
A coin is usually in currency for about twenty-five years. . A dootor says that tbe growth of children takes place entirely when they are asleep. Bread crumbs clean silk gowns. The amount of Bank of England notes in circulation now is no less than £25,105,650. Add two tablespoonfulB of kerosene to the pail of water with which you wash grained or other varnished furni ture. 0RDEB8 for Job Printing 'neatly and promptly executed at the' - Fbse Paxaa Offioe. JOHN BLACK & Co., Ptirsmatta. Are you Interested in A POULTRY f '1$ bo, Study your own interests and before purchasing elsewhere, Bend to the Proprietors of the The Bonaventure Poultry Farm (or one of their Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue* and Price List, post free to any address. It contains 88 illustration* and dacriptionM of Prize Fowls, and S of Ducks. It the larg est and most complete catalogue of Prise Poultry yet publithed in Australia, It is full of useful information, and wtU meet the requirements of all* Plea...
Proposed Presentation to Mr. H. Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Free Press — 10 August 1895
Proposed Presentation to Mr. H. Taylor. A meeting of friends and admirers of Mr. H. Taylor, J.P., of Parramatta, was held at the Parramatta Council Chambers on Monday evening last, the object of the gathering being to diBcuss a proposal made, to presentHr. Taylor with some practical expression of the town o reougiuuuu ui uu» yu uuu oei-«wo during the last 80 years. Among those present wore — Rev. T. O'Beilly, and Messrs. J. J. Miller, Jas. Dennis, J. Moodie, F. A. Art'ett, G. E. H. Black, M. Hagin, J. Garland, P. Fleming, Alderman W. J. Ferris, M. Boland, Whiteman, E. J. Love, F. T. Watkins, A Hayes, M. Walker, H. Hughes, Stokes, Cains, J. Drew, Wade, Hillier, Gell&tely, Garland, junr., Bates, Blun dell, Bond, W. Carpenter, H. Towns, John Creagh, Gatty, C. Neale, Teddi man, Klein and Ruston. On the motion of Mr. J. J. Miller, Mr. W. J. Ferris was voted to the chair. Mr. Ferris said he had been opposed to Mr. Taylor, politically, for many years ; but there was nothing in that...