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BRIEF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

BRIEF HEWS. There will-, be no opposition to the re election of Mr. Yarney Partes for Liver * pool. Mr. T. W. Taylor was asked to stand but declined to do so. The wealth of the Vanderbilt family is iB52i800,000, and the estimated income from it per annum ia £2,772,800, Noothersingle family in the world is so rich. Mrs. H. Van » aerbilt has no fortune of her own name, oontrary to the general belief. She has an annuity of £40,000. When William H. Vanderbilt died he left a fortune in round aumbers of £40,000,000. The milk suppliers of St. Marys are low.^rioes^ rec$V;6d ' ? from the Sydney companies, it being im possible to hand-feed except at great loss. One supplier has discontinued sending his / milk, and others say they must do the same. A meeting is to be called shortly to form a Dairymen's Association. It is plainly evident that the milk suppliers of this and other dairying districts are at last waking up to the importance of self jpitfeservatibn. ' Madam, a good many persona were...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

HHP SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRAT liH tinder the distinguished' patronage of His Majesty HW ha King of Italy, as per communication made by gfigjHr ;iio Minister for Foreign Affairs, thxougb the Con tEE . eel- General for Italy at Melbourne* 14th March Wg . 3878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex Bw hibition; I*** Acknowledged by Medical Clinics Wt, jsL universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the Bj Hy ta&rket, products of simple distillation, forming Hp parade reainous oils. In order that these crude oils Br, inay not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti SB Extract, which ifl recognised by the medical division Br of the Russian Government to be of perfectly pure ?L- origin^ as per information forwarded to us through W the Constu at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take:-— , It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics I t Of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), p; fend -spotted by Dr. Shulz, ProfesBor'f,of...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

S^^BSoHrH U'jift / ' jC' ' ' ' '/'B'.'b' XT' 'S:; T gSBnmP^ Property., Eire, Life, Finance and (Wmissson agent; r , -. Cl-A.M D E nv . ' VALUATIONS MADE Several farniB fcjr.sale, Particulars on' ajr '-'plication. ? ?' During my absence from towir at any time, us1 jt'ol properties may be seen at MrD. Doust-Store- ' keeper, Gamden. ' ' Mr. S. Y. GhoY/ne, SURGEON DENTIST, Visits CAMDEN the FIRST TU1SDA.T, in each 2310NTH, and may be eonsulted at Mr. Carroll's : ^Camden Inn, side enotranos. ' ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on1 the' latest ^scientific principals. TEETH stoppied and extracted painlessly. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. T(__ .. — * Sydney Address : 201 Macquarie Street, oppiosite Parliament House. ! John Bridge & Co. . ' AUCTIONEERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN '* - AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 241 Sussex Street, and at ; CIRCULAR QUAY & DARLING HARBOUR. \ 'Sales of Maize, Hay, Chaff, Potatoes, &c, &c, ^ privately each day, or by auction when market war / ant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

COLONIAL T W EE D S. -S^U^r t'S;. : -p 3P ' ' ft, ' \ Pure Australian Wool (N.S.W.) V HA131 TO 3VXEi-A.STXI?,E, ' 3H3 (NOTHING LIKE IT IN SYDNEY) { A T HOED E E N \B R O T HjER S, IMPORTERS OF FAMILY AND GENERAL DRAPERY CARPET^ &c, ~E- ITT ST BBBT, (OOT-T) STD 3Slj- EJ T. ? ? ? ' Y' ~ ~ ~~ ££«*»- j , v ? 1 — ? ? ? — ? ? ? \ , '... ? -1 \ 1 sjHf ? j - iUST A little. J x ' r'J P @ ' , ft M&b fpu a little #on » bttb ^ -~r , y- ' l&BlAUsniil . Aat e SMs Jhen tJis grea* 1 ' Oata24A is tila smu Vash of soBbingfe touts ^ SUNLIGHT SOAP,/ : : . .... ' „ , ^ ? v ? ? -j SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. Golden Fleece, Manufactured only by the Australian Soap and' OAHDXJ3 Woekb, Camperdown, near Sydney. PURE AND PERFUMED.; 41b BAR la. The Australian Soap Company commends this brand. Possessing all the ingredients for 'Washing Bleaohing, and Perfuming, without injuring the texture of Clothing sent to the Laundry, Each bar about 41bB. Price Is. One trial will prove its value. Sold by all ...

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Produce Markets [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

Produce Markets Business still continues brisk. Values firm showed, an upward tendenoy. Two firms have decided to advance their creamery butter |-d per lb.' Maize— Firm Inland 0s Gd ; River, prime, 2s 9d per bushel Oats Firmer Best feed, 0s to 2s 3d per bushel Chickwheat — Very scarce Good inquiry, 2s 10& to Sa ; , ? ' 6 ' E:side brand® nally quoted tel arce Prime: / 1 0s J straw I ( in bftndless i

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Whooping Cough. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

Whooping Cough. Dr O. R. Illingworth writes in The Lancet: 'I have found a popular remedy very efficacious in the treatmentof whoopingcough. I refer to picked oakum, worn by the patient either round the neck in muslin, or On the chest as a pad stitched to the underclothing. .Locally l apply the glycerine or tannic aoid with a laryngeal brush two or three times a day, and internally I prescribe one, two, or three grain doses of chloral, one two, or three minim of belladonna, one grain of alum, and one minim of carbolic acid, in syrup, every ? A liniment of turpentine k of egg is an excellent chest, back, and neck , with the liniment of i the proportion 1 to 7. years or more, I have 1 and glycerine, in the 15, to the larynx with tion checking a paroxysm ore-metnioned treatment les in from seven to ten

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District News. Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

District IfewS; Oobbrfejsy. The bridge over Fryer's creek is completed, and Mr. F. J. Doust and his men have made a good job of it. The old bridge at - this crossing was unsafe for heavy loads, besides which flood waters used to back over it, and it would be covered for several days. The new structure is some six feet higher than the old one, and will be of great service to the residents of Matavia, 'Westwood, and Vermont, and the business people who visit those places.. The old /bridge oonsisted of splintered and shattered saplings, minus hand-rails, and the spring . ing of this floor severely tested the strength X of the springs of heavily loaded carts, besides making it very uncertain for a horse. The bridge is now guarded with strong ap proach fences and good metalling on either side. The representation for a new bridge was forwarded through the member for this constituency. Mr. Cummings' new two-storey residence is approaching completion. The house has a really nice situation, ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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BRIEF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

BRIEF MEWS. f A brother of the most daring of any -of the ' gangs of bushrangers — Ben- Hail~ie a prominent member of the Salvation Army afi According to Mr Astronomer Wragge the drought is nearing its end, and we are in for -a lot of wefc weather, Oscar Wilde 8 full name is as long as a (pumpkin vine— ^Oscar Fingal 01Flaiierty Willis Wflde. An incongruous mixture of . (nationalities, surely. Bishop Wordsworth recently told an English congregation t&at ' Australian i -churches compete against each other like 1 hotels.' If this is true, then more's the j I»ty. I The weight of the earth is calculated by I'.. . Professor Boys to !be 5,832,0 64,000,000,000 I 000,000 tons. Miss Essie Viola, the daring aeronaut {who will be remembered in Camden) made an ascent of 4000 feet in Rockhampton (Q), the other day, and came down safely, on her parachute. Miss Essie is a native of the Hawkesbury, arid caused quite a flutter of «xcitemenfc among the impressionable youths of Richmond when sh...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

GmLDftM'S CORNER. Dear Children, — My little' friends seem rather timid yet. I thought I would get at least half a dozen letters about your pete; and studies' adventures, &c,. but only two have come to hand. One from a little girl who does not I want her name known, so we will not reveal | it. I give her letter this week, as it is so nicely written, and chatty, for one so young. She says she is twelve years old next Septem ber. I hope that many others of my little friends, both boys and girls, will write to me next week. DoBothy ! Dear Dorothy,— I am glad that the editor of | the ' Camden Times' is going to give us a fashion plate every week in the Children's Corner. The dress in last week's paper was so nice — I heard my sister say it was. She says she can copy it with out a pattern, and I reckon that is why she thinks it ' so nice.' I like it too, and I am going to ask Ma to make me one like it. Ma makes all our dresses, and is teaching me to help her. I like dress-making,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

v' . .. ,V. V.., I: ''.'j. ' / W B E A M I N - Boot and Shoe-makes, Aegy Sir,- Gamden, Begs to thank the public for'thoir cordial support of the past 14 months, tirnd trusts that iby good ?workmanship and moderate prioes he 'will merit a continuance of their fa voiirs. Please bring jour repairs, and they mil be neatly axeouted on the shortest notice. 0 H A R L E S E T L E S, (at F W Benjamin's Shop) PRIZE SADDLE MAKER, Every description of saddles made to order at * Sydney prioes. Repairs a speciality, and all -work done on the shortest notice. Twenty-two years experience in saddle making 0 A M D E N.' . FAT CATTLE. FAT CATTLE. {ft * r 1 ? 1 T3 H. & J. E. INGLIS have received in JL\-« struotions from the Manager, Camden Park Estate, to sell by public auction at their yards, ' Camden, on TUESDAY NEXT, 18th JUNE, V' J.5 Fat Cows, good quality, fattened on the Camden ) *v ' Park Estate. V JJAIRY FARMERS' UNION. ! - A MEETING- of the above will b.e held at 1 ? , Hennessey's Hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

?' OFTEN TI&E5D BUT NBVEB WEARt. Let's discuss tJiia point for two minutes. Hero's a man who . says that a certain he began to feel *t tired and weary ' That's precisely the way he puts it in. his letter. Now anybody has a right to feel tired or fatigued (it's the aame thing) after labour or much exercise. It's the body's fashion of telling you to hold up, to give it a rest. It is a natural' and, in health, with supper and sleep just ahead, a pleasant feeling. But weariness !— that's different. That comes of monotony, of waiting, of loneliness. . Weariness ia of the. mind, not of the body. But it can arise in the body, all the same. If this bothers you at first, don't say, 'Stuff!' 'humbug !' but study up on ii. A man may be tired and haypy, but not weary and happy. For weariness meads depressed spirits, and nervea all sagged down, in the middle. And when .you get both at once you will be wise to find out what's gone wrong. It is a short letter, this is, and we can just as w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

1 list MEMORIAM Cai^,~In paejaory of Arthur Harold, who departdd^this life, June 14th, 1894. Aged 10.vyears. ? . Hot gone from memory, or from Jovo, But gone to out Father's homo above. - Inserted by his fond; parents, W, and A Crick. /; ? ? Mil

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

4 Camden Municipal Counoll HE? ho ordinary meeting of the above Council | A held last Wednesday evening. Present: | BHiermen Noakes (Mayor), W Furner, H | Hr Reeves, G W Cleveland, G Fumer, E I MLriffiths and J D Rankin. I Bp- Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. i Following correspondence and. Works Committee's reports were received Letter from Mr A J Doust, suggesting ?that the Council should write to the Com- i missioners for Railways, asking them to 1 allow passenger, mails and luggage for Camden to come by the evening express ; train so the tram could be timedlto arrive here at 25 minutes past six o'clock instead of seven. It was pointed out that tuis would not involve any extra expense to the Com missioners, but would prove a boon to the district. It was resolved on the motion of Aldermen Griffiths and G Earner, that a communication regarding ibis matter should be sent to the Railway Commissioners. Cirtulav from Municipal Association of New Souiih Wales, statin...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

LOCAL NOTES The following team will represent the Camden Football Club in its match against Campbelltown on Onslow Parle next Satur day /afternoon Full back, W Farquhar ; ^gg^jarter backs, Dr Morton, W Buckle, I^^HBttMiM^Devlin and F Funnell ; H Bishop, '/There is much satisfaction in the southern ^ patriots over the rise in the price of produce . in the Sydney market, causing a revival in ; business. In referring to the death of the lsite Mr. William Dawson last week, we inadvertent— ly stated that it was Mr John Dawson. The latter is. the well-knvwn Sydney lawyer, who is still in the flesh. Deceased, Mr. William Dawson was his brother. A lively passage, at arms is said to havo-r ocourred at the Council Chambers on. Wednesday night during the; consideration ^ of tenders, with closed doors One Alder- Xr men is said to have divested himself of his-r £oat and challenged another to a fistic encounter. . . Messrs Inglis felnglis report having sold on Tuesday last : — So Pigs (slips) fro...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

Chra'oli Services. CHTTEOH OP ENGLAND. Camden — at 7-30, (no) Camden— at 11 a m, Rev C 3 King Werombi— at 3 30: p m. Lay Reader Menahgle— at 7 pm, Mr A. J. O. Thompson1 ' j - Theresa Park— at 3 p in, Rev 0 J King ' ? , Westbrook— at 7 p m, Lay Reader : Camden— at '7 30, Rev G J King ' rl.l, , ?' WESLEYAK. ' ( -Hu J ?' Camden — at 11 am, Rev W Wall I ' ;-*'? Camden — at 7 p m, Mr J E Moore ' . - Cawdor— at 2 30 p m, Rev R S Bums 1 f Clenmore— at 11 a m, Rev R S Bunn ; - . * , , Glenmore— at 6 30 p m Rev W Wall Westbrook — at 2 30 p m, Mr G Smart Picton— at 3 p m, Rev W Wall ? ? Campbelltown— at 3 p m, Mr J E Moore ' ' ^ PRIMITIVE CHURCH. '* - Camden — at 11 a m, Rev R Motfbray . Camden— at 7 p m, Rev R Mowbray Bob's Range — at 3 pm, Supply Menangle— at 3 p m, Rev R Mowbray' i ^Romaw Catholic. Camden— Mass at 9 and 11 a m. - Evening de votions at 7 30 p m Oak3— Mass at 11 a m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

BOOTS. BOOTS. If you want good cheap boots buy from A. STUCKEY,   Boot Warehouse, Argyle Street, Camden, MONSTER CASH SALE DURING JUNE. T. H. BOSWORTH, TEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING, Visits Camden weekly, Agent and Piano Tuner for W. H. Paling (mis-spelt) and Co, Address, care of Mrs New. G.F. Furner, Builder, and Contractor, Camden, Is prepared to supply Bricks, Lime, Cement, &c, Work done in any part of the district reasonably. Underground tanks built to order, repairing neatly finished, NOTICE OF REMOVAL. George Lansley , PRACTICAL TAILOR & CUTTER, Opposite MR. D. DOUST'S, Argyle Street, Camden, wishss to thank the public of Cam- den and surrounding districts for their past support, trusting by strict attention and good workmanship they will still continue their future support. With a good article at a reasonable price is sure at all times to give satisfaction. Having a first-class assortment of black fancy Coatings,. Tweeds, &c.,...

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Local Notes [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 June 1895

; : Local ITotes. Mr. F. B. Cowper, Solicitor, can: b JHH| suited professionally at his Gamden 4HHB evtry Saturday.— Advt. 9H9 Mr. Edward Dobell, a Gamden boy, w9B was always a favourite here; now residel^H Kurrajong, one of the most picturesqiiM resorts in the colonv. Mr. Dobell is^ employed in the branch store of Messrs ' Woodhill and Co., who have extensive \ businesses in Bichmond and other places, ' A footrace for £10 aside, over a distance   of 150 yards, between Henry Taplin and Frederick Daniels, takes place on the   Kirkham cricket ground next Saturday. Daniels, it will be remembered won the chief event at the Cobbitty sports on New Years Day, and followed this up by ap- propriating the Foresters' £10 handicap in Hennessy's paddock on Queen's Birthday. Taplin has won several handicaps during   the past few years, and has competed in races in Sydney. The friends of both men are very sanguine, and an exciting contest is anticipated. &...

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Pastures and Stock Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Pastures and Stock Protection Board. The annual meeting of the Board was heald - at the Court house, Picton, on Friday, 14th inst, the following directors being present:-— Messrs; J.M. Antill, W. R, Antill, G. Dunn V R. H, Inglis, G Bradbury, John E. Moore,, and T. M, Inglis. A letter was received from , Mr. A. J. Onslow Thompson, regretting hi® inability to attend the meeting owning to prior and important engagement. Mr. j. m. antill was unanimously elected chairman of the Board for the current year. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The financial statement for the year was presented by the treasurer, showing a credit balance at the bank of £131 --s Is 8d, after meeting alt liabilities ; there was 'v, also a further snm of £100 at fixed deposit, ! due in February, 1896. It was proposed by Mr W, Antill seconded by Mr. Moore and carried, ' That a bonus of 2d be offered for the scalps of hares and wallabies.' | It was proposed by Mr. W, E. Antill, seconded by Mr...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Football, The newly-formed Camden Football Club played its first match on Saturday- on its own ground, the opposing forces being a team from the sister town, Campbelltown A very exciting game resulted in a draw, each side scoring a try and a goal. Kersh ler got over the line for the visiting team, j and the goal was kicked by Lees. For Camden, Morton secured the try. The kick, a difficult one, was entrusted to Farquhar, who scored a beautiful goal, thus making the game 5 all. There were several in stances of brilliant individual play, and the game was fast from the kick-off. Mr. C. A. Martin acted as umpire, and his task was by no mean's an easy or a thank ful one. ? / .

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As Others See Us. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

As Others See Us. The first issue of the Camden News is to hand, bearing the imprint of Messrs, Wra. Sidman and Frank Campbell. The proprie tors having acquired of Mr. Doust the Camden Times business, have decided that their journal shall in future be known as the Camden News. The copy of the News before us is a most creditable production1. It is nicely got up, well printed, several new features have been introduced, and it should meet with much approval. We wish the proprietors every success in their journalistic career .—Miitagong Express. We have received a copy of the ' Camden News,' published by Messrs Sidman and Frank Campbell (late of Gazette Office). It was formerly conducted by Mr A. J. Doust, another old-time Windsor printer, under the title of the ' Camden Times.' The Ck News' is very readable, and we wish the proprietors success. — Gazette (Windsor). From Coolaman a subscriber (and a valued friend), writes to our Mr. Campbell : ' Allow me to congratnlate you on becoming ...

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