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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
EELiaiOtTS SEE VICES. Church of England. /' . Camden— atll a,m., Rev 0. J. King, (h.o) Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev 0. J. King 'Menangle — at 11 a.m, Mr. G. M. Onslow 'Westbrook — at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell Theresa Park — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J . F. Russell 'Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev 0. J. Ki^g (H.C,) Cobbitty— at 11 a.m., Kev G. H. Allnutt Narellan — at 9 p.m., Rev G. H. Allntttt Cabramatta— at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D, Ward 'Wesleyan. ' A day' of prayer for rain' ' Camden— at 7 a.m, Supplication Camden— at 11 a.,m., Kev W Wall '????? ' Camden — at 7 30- p.m, Mr. R. M. Meldram Cawdor— at 2.30 Rev W. Wall. 'Address followed by prayer Cawdor— 7.30 p.m, ^application Glenmore— -at 10 a.m, Prayer meeting Glenmore— at 11am, Mr. R. Mi Meldrmn Glenmore — at 7 30 p.m, Rev W Wall, ' Sermon and prayers. , Westbrook — at 2.30 p,m. Mr. F. Whiteman t Westbrook— at 7 p.m. Prayer V, Picton— at 3 p.m, Rev W. J. Davis Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr, R. M. Meldrtftn Primitive' Camden— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray Camden—...
Razorback Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
RftzorlDadk [By J, B. M. . : ^ass ^hd Braid wood, coaches carried the mails ?through Camden, and changed, horses there. When lucky digits were returning, they used to cheer un entering the town, the people would respond) and the coachman would whip the horses. One night the Braidwood coach approached the town, the people cheered) and tlie horses expecting the whip went into a gallop, and on reaching the Plough and Harrow Inn tried to turn into the yard, but missed the mark and knocked down a part of the next verandah ; it was then f 'Und that the coach was empty, for the coachman had been tilted off on Razorhack, aud. the only passenger had got out safely; thfc horses had come four miles without foul ing anything and without the situation being discovered. The police on searching* the coach found a bag with gold. The Nelson family of vocalists who were touring the colonies went from here by coach one night, travelling south:* they stopped at Bolton's to refresh, but the ladies remai...
Forthcoming Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Forthcoming Engagements Auction' Sales s — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produee, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. „ Fancy Pair : — In aid of the Carrington Convalescent Hospital public meeting at School of Arts, on Friday the 17 th iustant Quarterly Licensing Court At Camden, Satur day 18th January at 1 1 a.m., and at Campbell town on the same date. School of Abts, Committeb Mekong j— 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 . to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Camden A. H. and I. Society i — 2nd Committee meeting at School of Arts, Tuesday Jantfary 14. Quarter Sessions, and District Courts': — will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th February, 20th May, and 27th October 1896. Camden Cricket Club Engagements. January 11 Cawdor at Cawdor ,, 25 Camden Park at Camden ,, 26 Emeriti (Sydney) at Camden February 1 Narellan at Camden ,, 8 Oaks at Camden Nabkllan C C fixtures ' — Cawdor at Cawdor January ...
Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
; ? , ? ? A ' I ^ /. . n . . ? iKfarelhn. .. : ' . T* ' ; ? [WOK OUR OWN COBKESPONDKllT.'J ? A meeting, of, the general committee of the ; Cobbitty sparts, tea. and Bazaar was held on Tuesday eveniug at Cobbitty The Rev, Allnutt presided. Accounts rendered! shewed that the takings were about £90 ^yhich was considered very satisfactory in ? tho 'present depressed condition of the colony.. N arellan haB lately had an addition to its 1 ^avenience for outdoor exoercise, Mr. D , ] Nott J.Pr has laid out and completed a Tennis Court and the net-work ?Raokerta can be seen at play any SVening^ V^e havd had very hot Wedther lately Sunday and Monday being ve^y hot, the thermometer reaching 106 deg irt the shade, , Tuesday afternoon the wedther broke up' by a heaVy thunderstorm, but, unfortunately very little rain fell.
Fatal Burning Accident at Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Fatal Burning Accident at Cobfeitty. I A very serious accident which un fortunately has terminated fatally, occurred on Monday at Cobbitty, to Miss Katie Richards Larkin4 youngest daughter of Mr. Gr. Lavkin, engineer at the Camden Refriger ating (Works. The deceased yoking- iady v was. only 14 years of age, and was at the of the unfortunate occurra&c© paying » .visij, to Mr. and Mrs H.. Rankin, of Cobbitty, About ^o'clock on. Monday morning the deceajbtfid proffered to go to fcho,.t''£g ' jn the yard, iiWad of Mrs RanMn for purpose ofboS,;n?tWo eggs, and It i3 sinned whilst so \ .^apied her dress rxnSS the time, to extmgiush the bnrnmg, etoe^by ^aS of .wi'appmg bttgii: arb&d &1 ' i'fe jS I young -lady ™ hooves- . Sewrdy .. bnSS about the legs, bodj and aims. ' -Rankin did her utmost to allay the sufferings of Miss Larkin, Mr. Charles Clissold hearing screams proceeded to Mrs Rankins' house and, rendered assistance in extinguishing the flames, he immediately s...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Notes. ' ''In a previous 'issue wp called-attentiou to £he proposed Eanc^- Pair to be held in - auaden in aklj)f the funds of the Carrington Convalescent 'Hospital. A very strong and influential committee have since been formed ; *.\ committee 'of 1 -workers; and ve , Ikitg no doubt tkat their efforts will be rewarded with that success the. worthy ob ject ainiod at merits. Many of our friends . appear not to' fully realise, or in other words1 _-? 1'u lr; leeognise, the claims of this worthy institution in 'our midst-, there seems to, be a ? ,p link missing -wherewith 'to identify the ' ^.:;\^ohvalesceiit Hospital more closely to the 'liearts ...of the; Camden public; let us tiy to. , fl,Mipply, that link. The earliest history- of i[3 le - hospital is knowp.' to most, as the life ? k*\'''*wQrk 'of the late f W. Ii. Paling of v byuney, a philanthropist. ? That gentleman's ;J..,-v.':'tlcsjre.bei^g-if,we may judge by his gift, that ' a man who loved or wished well to ' 'ir's fellowmen, ...
RAINFALL RECORDS. 30 YEARS FROM 1866 TO 1895 INCLUSIVE. CAMDEN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
r RAINFALL RECORDS. * . ? * ; * ( ^ * '/'J ?. SO teaes i^om.1866 to 18£)5 -inclusive. - ?; - ' ' CAMDEN. DISTRICT. :? We . have pl^surei in publi shing' the following .important Tecords of the rainfall taken by J. K; Chisholm; Esq., of Glledswood. : near .Camden, to 'whom we are iniiebted. In previous isvsuesrof this paper we gave iipul)li city to . the ? drought and rainfall records from, the Camden Park Estate, lout our readers will have . observed that the observations then recorded, were given in. monthly details,- whilst this synopsis,- compiled by Mr. Chisholm, gives the whole in a tabular, and more comprehensive form, and consequently one of easy reference: — EEMAtKS. - . NO. WET DAYS. ' YEAH. ' AUT. ? TO1?, ? AVG. NO YEARS. 70 . 1866 ' ,32 12 ' S2 12' 32. 12 _ 1 ^ -i7 -1-867 .4^ '91 ' 81 3 40 51 2 ' ? ? ? 98 - 1-868' 30. ' 111 3 . 37 1 -3 ? 79 1869 36 4S 147 51 'SG 88 4 ' 103 - 1870 ' 58 84 ' 206 35 . 41 27 5 47 ? 1871 , '.34 91 241 26 40 21 6 43 , 1872 ? 23 53 - 264 79 37 8...
Twenty reasons why Camden should have a Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Twenty reasons why Camden should - ^ ,have a '^'ater Supply. - , /'[By an Alderman.] ' ? ' * 'i ' ? , , ' ' ? 'V ? : - ' - ; . , ' ' ' ,1 Because for' all towns having a', population of: -1,000; souls, a public water . supply- is ' universally- considered an '? inevitable ? necessity, to take the place of primitive systems of supply, as water carts, wells, and house tanks, . the former of which necessitates labour, -and, often considerable expense, particularly to the poorer portion of the people who are ' rarely provided with large tanks, while the last named often enforces -the strictest economy, to the sacrifice of health, comfort - and convenience. 2 Because wholesome . water is indispinsible in the preparation of all foods ; the copious use of clear soft , , water is essential for promoting, the clean liness, and health of our bodies. 3 Because of the three essentials to huanan life, air, water and food, the one to be specially considered in the march of progress of any town cl...
Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
i$: ? Westbrook- - I tfjf.OlC OUtt OWN OORBEQPONDENT. '| A very enjoyable evening party was given bv Mr.' aud Mrs. Ohilds at their residence at Westbrook on New Year's night, when '''dmicingj siuiring and games were indulged iiiv Music whs supplied by Mr. R. B. Oamp , ell and Mt\ C Kellow-»v, the latter also ably o'c;ed as M, C. . Messrs* Helliugs, Cranfield and others sang songs, which were highly appreciated* Dancing was kept up for some hours. ' I hear of several lore matches in thie dis ?trict,' the parties coucerned are very highly - esteemed and well ma'ched. Farrier Sergt, Campbell of No. 2 Oanideii . M.R. ia competing for six events at the Cavalry Tourn&oiuent at Rosehill on Saturday. \ I regret to. report t\^-M.r. Rofe, senr»Js still dangerously i 1. ? ' j Tlie oat crops are altogether thin aud.lighf, « harvesting has begun. ' The sugar crops 01 ..fthe distrjet on tlie. whole lcr«iJ^a'u well and thick, but moisture is sadly /^ri?ded. The ^n-£-roodv cas t .? ?. luais...
Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Sring&lly. L^KOM our OWN CoitRESSONDESS.] The Christmas holidays passed off very ?' iquu-tly* there were no amusements, With the t?X(:«[iiioa of a private pic-niCk The improvements to our roads are. still g- lug ofc aud the work is now iur full swing. Thanks to oar energetic Progress Associa tion-.. Mr,. Wilmington, sen*, an old and much inspected resident of the district, died on ^Monday week, at his tosidence here, and was buried at Luddenhanii Thn monthly meeting of the Bfingelly Temperance Society was held on Saturday ? -iaxu Tn« official business of .the meeting . huving been concluded, the programme was gon'^ through,. nousistiug of s»-ngs from Mes tlaitteb- George Petty, Worrall, and Miss A. *TaekNon, and Messrs Ellis, Steed and Clements 5 recitations by Miss Hay and W. ?Petty ; a musical du^.t t-y Messrs M 4 Clarke and -J. Dunoau, and readings by Mrs* and ? Mr. A,. Petty-. I am sotiy to have to chronicle the irir tended departure from our midst of the local .. school...
Hawkers Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Hiawkers Licenses.- I Two' Ifidiainff made application for licenses for the safle of good/ Sergt. Parker reported; that ttye characters given by the Sydney police to- the applicants were of a satisfactory character. The bench desired to know if the Applicants had their bonds men^ to which a negative reply was given ; the bench decided to hold the granting of the licenses over tin til the bondsmen were forthcoming/ The bench stated that there many objectionable hawkers going about the country, and if the ptsblic did not pur chased,- they threatened and frightened them; the bench had come to the conclusion that they would not grant licenses ;to aliens unless they had! good character from, the police/
Camden Police Court. Saturday, January 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Camden Polios Court. Saturday, January 4th. Present: — Mr. J. It. Ohishollh in the chair, Mr. C. Furner. James Oarroll of the Camden Inn was charged for disohej'ing the order of the court, prohibiting the supplying of intox icating liquor to a resident of Camden. The defendant pleaded not guilty. Sergt. Parker stated that the liquor was supplied on the 21st of December last by the defendant's employee. The defendant in evidence stated that he never s-irved -Jje party, and was astonished to know that liquor had been supplied by his servant. In cross examination, defendant admitted that he was acquainted with the fact that complaints nad been made that the pub:icans of the dist'ict had disobeyed the order of the court. The chairman stated that for the future they would compel all publicans to respect the law, and insist on the order being carried out. They had reason to know t'tat the order had been systematically disobeyed. The plea of the defendant of ignorance and not having suppli...
District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
District News. Menangle; . . : [l*ROM OUR OWN CORRE8POr/flB^T.i On Nev^ Year's night a concert was held in the local hall in aid of the funds of the R. 'C. Church and was' attended by a large ,? audience. The performers were all Wrll- - : known Sydney singers, therefore it can well be imagined that those who attended went away highly pleased with the manner in which the various songs were- rendered. Miss Quilty sang ' Kathleen Mavourneen' very nicely and was equally successful with 'Bid me to Love. Mis-es. Ci-hen and Asprey were also well received each getting a well deserved encore. Miss Nolan gave the ' Star of Bethlehem' in very' good voice and in the second part sang ' The Kerry Dance' very spiritedly/ Mr. Proudlock undoubtedly scored the success of the even ing in 'Long shoreman' for which he received vociferous appla-usey and later in the evening de ighted the audience with his ' rendering of ' Love's ,01'd' Sweet Son«' and 'The Old Guard' in both of which bis singing was equa...
The Sports at Cobbitty [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
l^e1 Sports at (ftfobitiy. Thirty years ago when the Rev W. Htfgh was incumbent of St Paul's, Cobbitty, a Mutual Improvement Society of that town ship initiated a series of sports to be held! on NeW Year's day, afid though many changes take place in thirty years still the sports are continuea, ana ao not lose, tneir interest. This year in spite ^of the dullness of the time's, the sports, bazaar, and tea,, wete held as usual. Cobbitty is a pretty place aind well suited for -such a gathering as that held on the 1st of January. People resort hither who have not met for twelve months and a general rendezvous is made of the picnic grounds where old faces can be expected and a twelve-months life talked over. New Year's day Ivas a glorious one for outdoor', enjoyment, and long before the time for the opening race numbers of people old and young, from far and near, gathered on the ground. The Camden Brass Band — under the conductorship of Air. H, Ansen, — rendered selection of music during ...
LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
LOCAL NOTES i.The late Mr. James Humphries whose death we announced inour last issue, was fn charge of the schools at Cawdor for about .? 29 .years, of recent years he has resided at Camperdown, Sydney. The deceased .gentleman leaves four daughters and two sons. , ^ Mr. R. H, Inglis, Auctioneer, desires us i to inform ovur readers that now the holidays «re over, it is his intention to hold the Oamdan weekly sales on Tuesdays as usual Wm. Thompson# Dentist^ .139 lilizabeth St., near Market $t., Sydney. Teeth ex tracted under gas, chloroform,. ete- etc, * Mrs. and Miefsf' Onslow,- Capt.- Onslow, and Mr, John Onslow, arrived in Sydney on Thursday from a visit to England. Mr. D'Arcy-Irvine Solicitor of Liverpool and Camden, -ttho has for some yenrs past paid a weekly visit to Camden, will in future pay bis visit on Saturday's instead of on Tuesd af as heretofore. Mr. H. Dowle has fettfrned to Cavrdot from Ms wedding touf, and will take up the hon. secretaryship of the Cawdor C. C. The f...
Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Camden Postal Information, Arrivals From : Cawdor— at 11.45 a.m BrownlowHill— 6 p.m; T-he Oaks — 6 p.m, Mount Hunter — 6 p.m .Burragorang— 6 p.m ? Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, Ml Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. Narellan — 11.35 a.m daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon- V days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7-02 p.hi Campbelltown — ? ditto . ditto Granville— ditto . ditto Sydney— , ditto ditto- Mails close fob.: Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a. m , Th$ Oaks — 11.45 a.m Burragorang — 11.45 a.m v Mount Huuter — 11.45 a.m Liverpool — 8.3u a.m daily ! Karelian — 8.35 a m, aud 2.20 p.m daily Campbelltown —8. 35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily ? Granville:— 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — 8.35 a.m, and 5. 50. p.m daily. Cawdor-— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at i 12.15 p.m. IT. P.O. South--5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted.) I . Letters posted in. Camden before 8 30 a m, are i deli vered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney. ! (Sunday excepted) j English mail made up every Monday at 8 30 a.m. I One penny postage...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
SAJJ DJjK & SONS EUCALiil'Tl KXT-RACT Under | tlie distinguished patrmmge of His Jfajivity^ the King of Italy, as.. per oommuniciition madfi.bi the Minister for Foreign Affairs, throuu-h the C mil -General for Italy at Melbourne, 1-lfh Marert, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. ' Acknowledged by Medical Cliniog '.iw oinversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Kxtract in ^he market, products of simple distillation; forif^ng crude rejinoua oils. In order thnt. these: crud'1 oils m«y not. be taken for our Pure Volatile Kucaiypti Extract, Trhi-ih is recognised by tho rnedicul division qf the Prussian Government, to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded fo us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1378, we take : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinic? '»f the Universities at Bonn und Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Thar macology- at Bonn, and ' rofessor Dr. M osier. Directo...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896
Mr. H. C. Russell predicts J : 'Winds southerly, v.erin»?to east generally ; weather , fine inl»nd and on the southern coast, con ditions are tending towards topical rains. 110 degrees of heat were re^isterd in Camden on Monday last. Tbe heat was terrific, aud a day not tp be soon forgotten.