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Edgar's Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Edgar's Mother i- ; It was night ! A cold and bitter cheerless gloom ? . Had fallen on the town. The now full moon : Was darkly hid by thickness of the clouds WKich covered Loudon streets in winter shrouds. Few were the travellers this bitter night, ,1 \ Few were there who beheld a woeful sight j For luxtiry remained within fast doors, s , By brilliant fires, and on carp'ted floors. But some had cause to be within the street, -. ^ 1 And face as best they could the blinding sleet ; 1 ' i j But little jaid their warmest clo thins; gave : Had they been clothless naught their life could A', save. But there was one, who scantily was dressed ; ' 1 'Twas one on whom grim poverty had pressed : Within the hearing of ' big Ben's' great toll, ' Cold and grim death fought hard against the . soul. J Colder and stronger blew the winter wind Y i' So every nook and cranny it could find : ' ,l , And 'neath the arch, where crouching down, she ] T' ' lay, # 'fh1 ' It seemed to whisper, ' thiB is thy l...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The Liquor Traffic (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

The Liquor Traf&o. , (To the Editor), . - ; - Sir,~My mind has been sorely exercised ? ,'j by repeated accidents recently taking place, and bordering upon the fatal. The im i perilled actor in each case is a stranger to - 1 - H \ myself, but by a variety of my fellow towns ? . r' mea, of age, influence, and credibility, I have , been informed that during the afternoon, ' L -v 'and up to dark they were markedly under ; :- - the influence of liquor ; so that it is easy ' ' ? ,fr '' for my friends to refer the accidents to the incapacity of driuk, and difficult to refer * / them to any other cause. I am just now told that one has proved fatal. No one is ? more mindful of the feelings of those who suffer by the misguided or enslaved action of v ** , others than myself. Yet, these consider ations are feeble to deter me from hastening -to the b'elfry and ringing out the alarm, - - 1 'Young men, town or country, by that possible beautiful, honourable life before you, never venture ...

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Correspondence. Well done, Camden. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Correspondence. Well done, Camdea- - (To the Editor.) ? Self-praise is no recommendation. Surely, however, every resident in Camden gave himself a pat on the back when reading the report of the last sitting of our Licensing Bench. Their expression of opinion with regard to the conduct of licensed houses in the district will no doubt entirely dissipate ' the fears cheated in the minds of rabid teeto- : 11 tallers by the large number of persons who 1 ? - ? i ? : ? ? _ e ? 7 ?' ' i - ? ' iiuvo apparwnuy uuainess oi some &ma to ' ' -transact at certain hotels on Sundays. In V* more worldly and wicked localities than \ our own, the frequent visits paid to licensed .v houses on Sundays are often looked upon ' as a sure indication of a breaoh of one i i » olause of the Act. Then again, the fact - that we have lately had no fatal accidents — f , to say nothing of those in which lives have \ f» been almost miraculously spared — no do mestic misery, and no poverty directly N, traceabl...

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Produce Markets. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Produce Markets. ? ' , ' William Inglis & son's Report Prime oaten hay, per'ewt 4s 6d to 5s 3d ; Medium - and inferior 3s Od to1 3s 9d ; Prime oaten chaff 4; ; Od to 4s 6d ; Medium' and inferior 3s 6d to 0s ; Lucerne hay 3s Od to' 4s Od ; Straw 2s Od 2s 8d ; ' Maize -bushel 2s 4d to 2s 6d ; Wheat bushel 2s 6d s ; to 2s 9d; Sucking pigs each 3s to 4s 6d ; Cock - ; ; . Turkeys pair 6s Od to 9s Od ; Hen do 4s 0 to 4s 6d ; Geese' 3s 6d to 4s Od; Ducks 3s 0d to 4s Id; Fowls Is 7d to 3s Id ; Factory butter lb. 0s lid to Is id ; Dairy butter s 10'd Is Od ; Pastry, butter r 6d to 8d ; Eggs dozen Off lOd to Is 3d ; Raoon lb 3cl to 4£d ; Cheese 2|d ; Carcass pork Od.

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HONESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

HONESTY. By Lady Cook nee Tennessee Claitjn. The word honesty comes to us, as almost everyone knows, from the Latin honestue, and this again, as Yossius thinks, from a Greek word oneo, signifying to profit, aid, or delight, and whose primitive meanting, according to other philogists, was to raise | or exalt. Thus so late as the reign of j James the First, or best writers used the verb ' to honest' for ' to honour.' In the ! older authors, honesty also means honour. Ohaucer uses it, as in the Latin, for decency i or good manners.- . The last verse of our version of the 14th chap* Gorinthias 1. says, ' Let all things be done decently.' Wiclif's version gave, 'Ba alle thingis doon honest ly ' In the last century Dr. Sharpe wrote ' What is it f.o live honestly ? Why every body knows the meaning of that phrase : it is to frame our lives according to the laws of virtue and religion ; it is to deny ungodli ness and worldly lusts, and to live righteously soberly, and goeily in this present ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT . j Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty ' the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs,' through the Con- ( , sul- General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th Maroh 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. l#s 9 Acknowledged by Medical Olinioa „jru. universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Euoalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming y crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils j\ may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti ? Extract, which is recognised by the medioal division ' of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure , origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take : — It is proved' by tests made by the Medioal Olinies ^ of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by. Dr. Shulz, Professor of Thar- ? macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, JH...

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

? Coaoeri. On Saturday evening last a concert was held in the Hall at Menangle in aid of the local R. C. Church, which has just been completed. There was ' a large attendance. But for the unfavourable state of the weather, it would have been difficult to obtain standing room, ,»3 the rain - prevented a number of people from attending from Campbell town, Camden, aud surrounding districts. The programme, which was a long one, contained the ' nnmaa rtf o nnmliafi TTf«1 1 n n Vn (Vim uauiuo ui a uuiuvci uj. til uiouo) otuu lao way each item was received was proof that every one enjoyed themselves. Mr. Fred Leston, who contributed the comic songs, kept the audience well amusedand was repeatedly encored. The programme opened with a part song ' See our Oars,' by the company. Mr. Proudlock's render- 1 1 ing of ' Rose Marie ' was good, and for his song V Alone on the deep,' in the second part, received an encore for which he gave ' Pull away.' Misa Quilty was in good voice being heard to adv...

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From Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Prom Abroad Captain A. j. Onslow Thompson, of the (^mden Mounted Bifles, has kindly handed to uafor publication thei. following interest ing extract from a letter received from Captain James Onslow, who is now on Active Service in Indian t . King's Royal Rifles' Camp', v YWj-. .: ' ? T Birram. Swat.,- . . 20th May, 1895.. ' ... ? t am no# going io write you Home sort of ari ae ^nijount of my experiences in this campaign. Leaving yiJ|PeBbaw&r on 29th April, we had two days march i 1 to Nowahera, which is- the railway base for the expedition. The 1st Brigade, visr., the K. R. RifleB, Bedforda, 16th Sikhs, 37th Dogras, and two squadrons of the llth Bengal Lanoers, were to oome 'Li together at Hoti Mardau, one days march from V Now»ha«i. There were four brigaded, the / Divisional Cavalry and three mountain Batteries, making nearly 20,000 men.' The let and 2nd Brigades were to push on as fast as possible to relieve the Chitral Garrison, and so we took no fanta, very little baggag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

r p 0 THE ELEOTO,'RS, 4 - « ' ALDEE^AIT &RIFfITHS Will go to the Poll J AGAINST ALL COMBES. * t ^ WANTED— For country, Good General Servant, ! used to ohildren. Apply Mrs. ,N. 'A. , , - Whitman, Camden. ' ' - i ',4 ' Correspondence effected for clients. am^u/( „? v * fee. A. J. Doust, Land Agent, Camden. , /' ,/ . fjl O THE ELECTORS dtf ' CAMD EN. _ In the event of a Dissolution during the next few weeks, I will redeem my pledge by again offering my services as a Candidate; „ j ' E. G. GRIFFITHS.' , , JN THE ESTATE OF THOMAS LINN, 1 . ^ Lat£ of Werombi, Farmer, deceased/ ? , , '* -? Any person knowing anything of a Will having' , been made by the abovenamed d«oeaBed please com* ( r , ' - municate with -- , i ' f y ^ . F. r. cowpkr, , ? ; ' ' Solicitor-,. f ' ; 1 r,i 114-a Pitt Street, Sydney. '» V', ^ I11IAM McE W AN,', ^ r ' ' 13AEEB & STOREKEEPER, . , ' and General Dealer, * 1 ABGYLE STREET, 0 i -'V » ( v x ' „ - - 'Z :\\

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

The Oa&s. The usual weekly meeting of. the Oaks Debating.and Mutual Advancement Society was held in the local School of Arts on Friday evening last. The president Mr, A. Y, Moore, was in the chair. The business of the evening was a mock election, which created considerable excitement and amuse ment in the villase. There were three constituencies, each represented by three candidates, one member to be returned f or each constituency. Some of the addresses were good, and others amusing. The following is the result of the poll ing:— 'WWR/RTWB'R'R.T. E. P. Moore . , 21 C.G.Moore 12 J. Bensley . . 11 Yandbrtille* J. Cook .24 S.Taylor -13 W. Wheeler ? . 7 Oaks. ; J. O. Moore - * . 20 M. Devitt , , - . 19 0. Briggs ? .. . , 8

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Cobbitty. [rooil OUE OWN OOBBEBPOHSER7.1 j , On Thursday last, June 27th, the funeral of the late Thomas Linia, aged 41 years, took' place at the Cobbitty cemetery at half-past one o'clock. The Rev. C. J. King (Cam den) officiated at the grave. The funeral was largely attended. On Sunday last, June 30th, the^ funeral of James Smith, jate of Werombi, aged 60 years, took place at the Cobbitty cemetery at 2 o'clock. Deceased died at Liveroool. The Rev. G. H. Allnutt officiated. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. W. Jackson, undertaker, of Liverpool. Our road» are being out up with heavy loads of billet wood going to Camden and Narellan saw mills. Nothing but blue metal will stand such incessant traffic. Water is getting scarce. Several of the residents have to draw from the river, which is very low. Enough rain to make the river a banker would be a great boon to the district. The carting of the cream from Cobbitty butter factory, or creamery, to Camden tram station has ch...

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Found in the Desert. [FOR THE CAMDEN NEWS] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Found Jkthe Desert,, [Fob the Camden Nbws.] By ' Roylance.?' It was a very , eager and an^ioiis party which gathered iuttb® comfortable ? Villa at Henley, which had been the home of the Whites for many years. The event of the evening was undoubtedly to be the reappie&r- auce of Ernest, Who had been seeing Aus tralian life for the past seven years, and who had now returned bronjsted and stalwart as a Red Indian. The tales, anecdotes and ex _ . ? _ li ? i — + : ? --x. penences recountea a »iy©j y until far into th# evening, but of all given, that which struck :me most was his-, account of the discovery of the dead man's bones. I will try to reproduce his story, as he gave it on that pleasant evening. 'It is possible that in Australia a man is more subject to the vicissitude of life than he is in any other , part of the world, and in distant Australia I felt a few of them. It was while undergoing one of these ex periences that I came upon the discovery whereby haegs the tale I ...

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Menangle R. C. Church. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

3£enangle E- C- Glmreh The new Roman Catholic Church at Menangle, which has just been erected at a cost of over £800, was formally opened and blessed by His Eminenoe Cardinal Moran on^ Sunday last. The Church wafl crowded, and /? many were unable to gain admittance. .The^ Cardinal arrived at Menangle by the nftq JpL-; noon train on Saturday, and was accompanied f by Dr. O'Haran, being the guests of Father Harnett. Fathers Kickhatn ( Camden ) and Dunn ( Campbelltown ) were also present at ^ the opening ceremony on Sunday. Cardinal/ Mfcran delivered an interesting address, whilst the sermon was preached by Father Kickham. A sum of £1 54 Ids 3d was taken at the collection. Proceedings lasted from shortly after 11 a.m till nearly 2 p. in. The Cardinal returned to Sydney by the 5.10 train from Camphelltown. The building is a handsome edifice of red brick, with a tile roof. An altar costing upwards of £32 was presented by the relatives of the late Mrs. _ Cummins. The architect for the bui...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Narellan. i If, [From our Correspondent.] ' Two . rather serious accidents have oc curred since my last. Through the break ing of one of the circular saws at the saw mill, Mr. R. Wilkinson received some very ugly and painful wounds to his face . Dr . Muller was called in to dress the wounds, and found it neoessary to put in several stitches The patient is now progressing favorably. The other accident happened to a lad from Raby. He was thrown from a milk cart, the wheel passing over him. He was picked up in an unoonscious state, and carried to a house, and the doctor sent for. I understand he has sustained some in ternal injuries. The chief topic of conversation is the impending election. Great disappointment is felt ^among. freetraders that. Dr. Oullen has resolved not to contest this electorate. Ml. ? ? ' Waahing Day made easy by using Kbd Cbosb soap. 6d and Is bars

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

A R T H U R ( J. 3- O XT ST, , . irfhXi ? Property, Fire, Life, Finance and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, VY-aW'A-..:^ ' -3 A M D K N. * «?' ' VALUATIONS MADE 'V.K'iV,' i ? 'VVKv-'f. . it, Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap* ^'duplication. ^ssw^Dttring ^ my absence from 'town at any time, list ijoF .properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store i1?' '- keeper, Camden. Mr. E. Y. Chowne, ' ' ' ? SURGEON DENTIST, Visits OAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY, in each : ; MONTH, and may be eon suited at Mr. Carroll's 4% Camden Inn, side kntranoe. ' ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on the lateBt .- ecientific principals . v ! ; i.'j'r ,r, TEETH stopped and extracted painlessly. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. Sydney Address : 201 Mac-juarie Street, opposite ParSaoaent House . ? - John Bridge & Co. ' AUCTIONEERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 241 Sussex Street, and at , , CIRCULAR QUAY & DARLING HARBOUR. s v: — ? ? Sales of Maize, Hay; Chaff, Potatoes, &o, &c, v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

^ Tlw 'h£ WOULD SOON GET WELL : IF HE DID, ' IT CONQUERS PAlfll ; ' WEIGEL'S CUT PAPER PAT ' K TERNS ' JOURNAL OP FASHION.' Sydney ?: 101 King Street, (near Tramway). PatternB of JP^Dresses, Mantles^ &0-, cut in s different sizeB with illustrations and directions, post free, on re ceipt of Btamps or postal notes ; (Send for Catalogue, price 3d ; Journal of Fashion, 4d. Address : Madamb Wbigbl, 161 King Street ; Sydney . 1J10 OWNERS OF HO EBBS, TRY VENICE OINTMENT For Sore Bscke, Girth-gaillo, Sprains, 'Cats, fto. It ' as one of the greatest Healing Ointments in the world. ?8. PROCTER, r k Sole Agent for Camdea, V*j,t ,ir ' ? ? ' ? ® T 1 0 S' ? r Any person or persons found trespassing on ' : (Orielton Estate will be prosecuted. ^ ' All dogs will be destroyed. 0 ~i I~~ O E * r ANY STRAY CATTLE found on the ' ELirkham Estate will be impounded. H. McKELLAR IMPOUNDED at Camden, from Spring Hill, by E. Kenny : Bay, mare like I H. over M off ^ ' .-shoulder, white face, three white...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

IN MEMORIAM Rideout.—In sad but loving remembrance of our dear brother, James Henry   Rideout, who died 24th June, 1894,     Inserted by his lovmg brothers and sisters.         PEAT.—In affectionate remembrance of my   beloved wife, Miriam Martha Peat, who died at Camden, July 4th, 1890, aged     25 years. Remembering our unity,       In patience bear the pain;       Waiting the glad and glorious time   When she shall meet again. Inserted by her loving: husband, John Peat. Peat.— In affectionate remembrance of my beloved daughter Miriam Martha Peat, who died at Camden, July. 4th, 1890,   aged 25 years. Only to earth's cares and trials, Has our loved one gone to sleep. Inserted by her loving mother, H. Page,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

R. H.&J.E. INGLIS AUCTIONEERS,   HORSE, CATTLE AND PRODUCE SALESMEN, Weekly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN, and every Wednesday at PICTON, A special HORSE SALE will be held on the 1st Saturday in every month at his Yards, Camden. The largest and most complete     Catalogue of Seeds, Plants, Bulbs           and Fruit Trees that has ever been       published has been issued by the         well known SEED MERCHANTS,   B. HORTON & COMPANY, HAY-ST.           HAYMARKET, SYDNEY. Write for   one and they will send it post free. All Seeds perfectly sound, and may be obtained at our local Agent, A. STUCKEY   CAMDEN MONUMENTAL WORKS. Argyle Street, Camden. G. W. CLEVLAND, &amp...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

LOCAL NOTES Mr. F. R. Cowpeb, Solicitor, can be con sulted professionally at his Camden Office j every Saturday. — Advt. There1 are a few ramshackle tenements in Camden, the demolition of which would improve the appearance of the town. Alderman Griffiths, who believes in free ? trade and direct taxation,' is a candidate for this constituency . In the course of a few days he will place his- views fully before the electors. Mr. Cleveland's workshop has been re moved across the road, and his business premises now adjoin Mr. C. New's dwelling. Sergeant-Major Pereival, of the Camden Mounted Rifles, having done satisfactory work, will be attached to the regular staff of Mounted Rifles, or six months' probation. Cattle are dying by the score in this district, A wag told us the other day that he kndw a man who had 'killed several of his cows to save their lives.'^ We believe it is a fact that a few farmers, are killing old cows to try and save the younger ones. Those who are over-stocked wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

CHARLES SMITH,                 Saddler and Harness Maker, adjoining the Post Office, CAMDEN.   Established 40 years, A good assortment of Saddlery always in Stock. Leather and Basils for sale.   MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE, Good Second-hand Piano, price £20. First-Glass old Italian Violin, £50     Second-hand Anglo German Concertina, in good repair, price 22s 6d ORGANS FROM £9 9s. CASH OR TIME   PAYMENT. S. PROCTOR, Argyle Street, Camden.         CAMDEN.   FAT CATTLE, FAT SHEEP and SPRINGING COWS & HEIFERS.   K H. & J. E. INGLIS have received instructions from Camden Park   Estate, to sell by public auction at their Yards, Camden, on TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 9th:-     20 prime fat Cows, fatt...

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