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  2. The Cumberland Argus AND Fruitgrowers' Advocate. WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Cumberland Mercury, River Times, Weekly Advance, Cumberland Free Press and Ryde Electorate Press. PARRAMATTA, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914.

    Hearing of Creditors' Petitions: L. Harper and Co., Ltd., versus A. V. Dale. Mr. A. W. Shepherd appeared for the petitioning creditors, and on his application ...

    Article : 90 words
  3. Ammonia as a Disinfootant.

    Recent experiments by Dr. Riegler, of the Institute of Hygiene of Budapest, have the highly important result of proving that ordinary ammonia is a powerful ...

    Article : 40 words
  4. "Song of the Empire."

    One of the Sydney papers, reporting the Sydney patriotic concerts, states that "Mr. Alfred Barry accompanied his own new patriotic composition, 'Song of the ...

    Article : 72 words
  5. CLOTHING FOR POOR BELGIANS.

    Mrs. E. Waddy, wife of the Headmaster the The King's School, has sent out the following circular, which puts a very urgent case in forcible, appealing terms:— ...

    Article : 377 words
  6. Paper Errors.

    One of the humoristic incidents of the Federal election campaign happened the other day at Mudgee, when the Women's Liberal League advertised a Brand social. ...

    Article : 91 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 603 words
  8. Price of Gan.

    The, action of the Australian Gaslight Company in increasing the price of gas from 3s 6d to 3s 10 per 1000 cubic feet, having been brought under the notice of ...

    Article : 51 words
  9. Fruit Case Act.

    The following letter, addressed to Mr. W. Brown, M.L.A., appeared in the Dungog "Telegraph":—"Department of Agriculture, Sydney, August 26, 1914, Sir,— ...

    Article : 215 words
  10. A Long Swim.

    Waldemar Schloss Serg, a Russian, and John Jonson, a Norwegian, both fishermen, were picked up on Sunday 20 miles west of Moora. They said that their boat, the ...

    Article : 108 words
  11. An Affectionate Wife.

    A lady, who doesn't live a hundred miles from Orange, is said to have stated that she would welcome the German bullet which would finish her hubby, who has ...

    Article : 85 words
  12. A novel Idea.

    A Quirindi exchange states:—"Mr. D. Achurch conceived a novel idea which might help the Patriotic Fund considerably, although the odds are against it. He ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. Off the Line.

    On Saturday afternoon the Baulkham Hills tram ran off the line at a point about midway between Baulkham Hills and Castle Hill. When the motor left the rails ...

    Article : 89 words
  14. parramatta Finances.

    At the Parramatta Council meeting on Monday evening the following statement of the finances was tabled by the town clerk (Mr. Davies):—General fund: ...

    Article : 109 words
  15. Austrian Note.

    The publication of the Austrian to Servia, while it is looked forward to with interest here is arousing no feeling of real concern. The Foreign Office has ...

    Article : 439 words
  16. The Doctor Question.

    Trouble is reported to be brewing between the Coonamble Friendly Societies and the doctors all (B.M.A. men). The latter have resigned as lodge doctors ...

    Article : 81 words
  17. Telephone Opened.

    Mr. R. B. Orchard, M.P., has received a communication from tho Postal Department, that the representations made with regard to Marsden Park having a ...

    Article : 60 words
  18. Goods Traffic to be Handled Smartly.

    At the Parramatta Council meeting on Monday, the Mayor intimated that, in reply to representations made to the Railway Commissioners lately—in consequence ...

    Article : 93 words
  19. CHILDREN'S BAZAAR.

    On Saturday afternoon a very successful children's bazaar, in aid of the Mayor's patriotic fund, was held at the resirdence of Mr. and Mrs. H. Carpenter, ...

    Article : 300 words
  20. Quinine Causes Total Deafness.

    Dr. M. J. Ballin reports, the case of a girl, 16 years old, who, in the course of 15 minutes, took 30 grains of quinine, Two hours later she complained of an ...

    Article : 139 words
  21. Nearly as Bad as at Mons.

    Fourteen defendants were fined 20s each, with 6s costs, at Kurri Police Court, on the 22nd instant, for "escorting" deputies of Pelaw Main Colliery to their homes. ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. Missing Boys.

    On Sunday week last a lad named Clarence Fittock, aged 14 years, residing with his parents in Helena-street, Auburn, was seen with another lad, slighly older, in ...

    Article : 116 words
  23. Armageddon.

    "Armageddon" is a word that you meet a lot in the papers just now. What is its derivation? It goes back to the days when "the chosen people" were great. There ...

    Article : 134 words
  24. ROYAL APPEALS.

    The following appeal was made at the outset of the war, by the Prince of Wales, to all Britons for " generous and ready support" for the National War ...

    Article : 301 words
  25. Parrnmatta Research Society.

    The second meeting of the Parramatta Research Society was hold at the School of Arts. Eighteen members attended to listen to Mr. F. Walford's address upon ...

    Article : 142 words
  26. "Absolutely Dangerous."

    Mr, John Shorter sent the following letter to the Parramatta Council. It was read at Monday's meeting:—"I beg to bring under your notice an unfortunate ...

    Article : 229 words
  27. "MIGHT IS RIGHT."

    In the course of a very powerful find interesting sermon at St. Tohn's Church, Parramatta, on Sunday, the Rev. S. M. Johnstone dealt with the pernicious, ...

    Article : 387 words
  28. The lady's Reward.

    Says the Cessnock "Express":—"This morning a lady withdrew from the local branch of the N.S.W. Government Savings Bank a sum of £200. A carter in the ...

    Article : 136 words
  29. Mountain Air for Diabetes.

    Dr. Dutiot mentions the fact that high altitudes exert a favorable influence on diabetes, and adds that thus far no satisfactory explanation of this has been ...

    Article : 160 words
  30. BRITAIN'S FIGHT FOR EUROPE.

    Britain did not fight Napoleon with the idea of crushing Franco. She fought for a liberated, balanced Europe. For precisely tho same object she is now fighting ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. The Smoke in Macquarie Street.

    The Mayor of Parramatta, at Monday's council meeting, referred at some length to the matter of complaints received lately from residents near the Macquarie and ...

    Article : 380 words
  32. Starving Amidst Plenty.

    The northern portion of South Australia has for some months been in the throes of a devastating drought," and an unusual suggestion was made recently in the ...

    Article : 160 words
  33. Help for Red Cross.

    Queen Alexandra has issued the following appeal to tho British nation:— A war has been forced upon us greater and more terrible than the ...

    Article : 194 words
  34. POLITICAL.

    Mr. E. G. Knox, Castlercagh-street, Sydney, writes: "Because ex-Senator Rao, of New South Wales, was the only Labor member to be ...

    Article : 293 words
  35. The Bay of Fundy Tides.

    One of the most extraordinary endowments bestowed by Nature on any land is enjoyed by the fortunate group of counties round the head or the Hay of Fundy ...

    Article : 222 words
  36. THE LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN.

    The above organisation, which is now making such progress in Australia and New Zealand, was founded in London eight years ngo and now numbers almost ...

    Article : 381 words
  37. Gallantry Acknowledged.

    A few days ago, whilst a number of young Parramatta sportsmen were spending some holiday hours in the Penrith district—in connection with a match ...

    Article : 349 words
  38. THE CENSOR TAKES A HAND.

    Lient-Col. J. T. Wilson has occasion to write to a Parramatta newspaper with reference to the appearance of certain statements which are not permissible ...

    Article : 40 words
  39. THE FLAG AND DEE TAG.

    A letter was read at the Parramatta Council meeting on Monday from tho British Empire Trade League, suggesting that tho present was an opportune time to ...

    Article : 235 words
  40. FORESTALLING THE ADMIRAL.

    Last week a Parramatta paper came out in big type with the following "great scoop":— "Confirmation has, been received in ...

    Article : 188 words
  41. A plague of Caterpillars.

    Travellers from along the south and west aver that the crops in the Orange district are looking better than anywhere else (says the "Leader.") Around ...

    Article : 206 words
  42. Doings at a Fish Shop.

    At Parramatta Police Court on Monday, before Mr. M. H. Fitzhardinge, D.S.M., Albert Chas. Nelson, 20, and Robert Jas. Wagner, 22, two laborers, were ...

    Article : 139 words
  43. ON HIS DIGNITY.

    As one of the groat South African liners was steaming into Southampton Harbor, a grimy coal lighter floated immediately in front of it. An officer on board ...

    Article : 122 words
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