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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

RHEUMATISM — A LEGACY Of a cold in the bones or muscles is subject to cure if means are takea at the outset. Wolfe's Schnapps is recommended.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

^?tLA PIANO , ' ^^??BOT 0E090 ^ till you have written to iw. ?HHHHH , We will send our 30-page Catalogue giving valuable information. HnBHr THIS WILL SAVE YOU from loss and ? disappointment. ? We ace Sole Agents for all the'besfo- ' makers — Steinway, Lipp, Brinamead, Erard, Feurich, Eclce, (Jors & Kallmann,. $0$^ ? * -Ucbeift Lcichleiter, Tho 'Victor,' .The ? Boiling, and others. Also for ESTEY OKGANS & Boosey's Band Instruments. WE SELL OH TIME PAYMENT. R,Efi I: t: ifg$ x* J^S) ^HLios in Exchange. ^ f) f to give satisfaction. yL/VL-q' w / {—/ /- moet reasonable for. ^BcwssjPiANos. £ 333 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. ?Hp E.:s AMERICAN CREAM -8 E P A R A T 0 R HP Require no Engine, Shafting:, or Beltiner, 'DELIVER. THE CREAM THOROUGHLY AERATED AND ?f COOLED. Are Simple, Easily/washed, and not liable toneed repairs, , HBpT'?- f .Require no oiling while running. Are Fuel-savers,-. Room-savers, Cream-savers, and Money-makers, jV^ jB Are tho Perfection of Skimming Machines, ? 'THE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

i' y\&. B. Sapling I ' yr JOINER, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, j* ' ' aMd . . , i Merchant, ' . . C-A.MiD2il3Sr. 1*1 ?-' * JNtimateh funilshed» All or dot's rcaaohably eseeliiod l\ - ' ? — , k~ ' i ' Gfttiid Stock of Timb-»r Jol' /.building and ftmctwg. i /* kept.,ih Afctok. ^ 7 '' ' s. *-5** ? '??? r?v .Ji: ^ . .1 ^ '? ?? V. % v. $ ? ??A— ? -'** — „CJC.^ ' ' * - ? STATE FUJS'ER ALS. 4* * * i t '4 ' _ ' : ' J. D. RANKIN, - '' '' tj'XDElCl'SKl^' &£, '?%- AIKA'WS SL'lilSlil', (JAMUfiM, ^ -v; ? v '??..?? !-*? ? ?»-.?; JBrtixRit'o-lH form t ho- ri-Bi-lt*ht(t of Ortmdeh And adjdih' 'i^ s^r v. it j i!ir»« ' iivty that he Iimm bntlf.it firsf.-dsuu H KAH8K to \' - » ilit* tvqtim'jntMiU of fhf* Undertaking Bu*l«Of-i8. For i lit1 use of the Henr**, a moderate charge wlil be ttm.K' , - * 1 ! !?- irt'fti'B' will Mli'tV- «'IV train nt Caaidpji, 2S»'fUaii, , mpbolllown, .iLenan^le, -or I'icton, aa ] «»? j.t i 1 1 ' (i -;? ' . ?? ??? .?I lie llcil'fto oh hire. Terms reasonable . 1 ' ? w *'...

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Lecture on Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

- Leoture on 'Wasters. Australia. Qdi Tuesday evening in the School of Arts, Mr. William Simpson lectured on Western Australia to a numerous and appreciative, audience. As the tesult of ? personal knowledge of the colony, the fflntiirfir told his hearers that its agricultural capabilities had been much underated. Ho reviewed its great natural wealth in its i timber reEfources, pearl shelling and grain industries,; its extensive variety of universal , products, including coal, its future poss ibilities ; laS a fruit and -wine producing -country, and showed that the recent dis covery and opening up of its wonderful gold fields, w,a8/the very thing needed to call all these foundations of national prosperty into vigorous life, and bring Western Australia into line 'with, her Bister colonies. The lecture was illustrated by about a hundred' very excellent lantern views of ? Coolgardie, Perth, acd other places which bore out- Mr. Simpsons' assertion that Perth was «t present growing in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

BaTley's Milk & Food Preserver, guaranteed barmless&tastelcss f . j?he cheapest and best Preservative. Keeps Milk fresh 3 days, Butter 3 weeks, Freeh Meat 3 days. lib PARCELS is 6d ; 7lb Paroels, 8s 6d. Sole Agent, A. J. BAYLEY, Chemist, Camden. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE !; \ HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST. Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS —as per list— can obtain them by sending to Lever Bros , Ltd.. 232 Clarence- street, Sydney, SUN -L.GST or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post ageor carriage. With the wrappers or coupons enclose full name and address— numbers of wrappers and the book or books required. The top part of wrapper, including the line 'SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the whole mappers. Halt-cloth and Paper Cardboard. Covers. 50 Sunlight Wrappers 1 Book or 2 Books. 90 Suulight Wrappers 2 Books or 4 Books. 135 Sunlight Wrappers 3 Books or 6 Books. 180 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books. NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday school Teachers may form ' Book Club.0,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LIFE BUOY SOAP WRAPPERS soon form a school or. Tillage ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Narrow Escape of the Rev. H. E. Andrews. GALLANT RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

.Narrow Escape of the Bey- H. Andrews. GALLANT RESCUE. The Rev. Andrews, Wesleyan minister who isso well known in Camden has had a narrow escape from drowning at Narrandern., He went into the Murrumbridgee to bathe, having swam across the river and on return ing called for assistance. Mr. Andrews was taken along the current, and sank twice. Mr. Lees went to him and seized hin, but he was pulled under the water, and &oth were carried some distance when they collided with a log on the bottom, thus, separating them. Lees, who was much exhausted, rose to the surface and dived about the place, and found Mr. Andrews on the bottom at a depth of five feet, and being carried slowly along b}r the current. Lees on a second attempt caught hold of his leg and carried him apparently drowned, to a login the centre of the river. There he held him out of the water. The persons on the bank though able to swim, did not come to . the rescue but threw a rope which cwuld not reach them. At last a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The late William Inglis, Sen, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

The late William Inglis, Sen-* JP The numerous friends of the late Mr. William Inglis, sen., the auctioneer, will read with much regret of the death of that gentle man, which took place at his eesidenee, Leichhardt, on Sunday evening last. The late Mr. Inglis was regarded as an old identity, admired for his ' shrewdness, per severance, and integrity, and beloved because of his geniality. He was of Scotch parentage, but Sydney claimed him as one . of her sons. Be was born on the 8th of : March, 1832. After spending five years at sea he went to the Ovens gold-diggings, next devoting himself to pastoral and dairy pursuits. Joining, some 25 years ago, the late Mr.. Joseph Butler in partnership, they together established a business as auctioneers and horse and cattle salesmen in George Street South, Sydney. Some 15 years ago the late Mi\ Inglis took his son, Mr. J. '3?. Inglis, into partnership, and they carried on a similar business at Pitt street and Castlereagh street. The esteem in w...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Correspondence, Application was received from Messrs ZBurne and Gale, proprietors of the Camden Woollen Mills, asking for permission to ^ open the main southern road in order to lay a line of pipes for the parpoae of obtaining -a supply of wpter. Aid; E. G. Griffiths moved, and Ala, J. Frier, seconded that the application be granted, subject to the satisfaction and -control of the Council. Letter from Mr. A.J, Onslow Thompson -of the Camden Park Estate, informing the Council that the fence on the Menangle -road referred to in a letter to the' Council on the 21st of Deoember 1894, had been ?completed, and desired to he informed ?whether the same had been erected to the . satisfaction of the Council. On the motion of Aid, Griffiths it was -unanimously decided to give power to the ; Work's Committee to inspect and report direct to Mr. Thompson on the subject referred to. , /The following letter was received from IMr. At J. Onslow Thompson Camden Park Estate 28th December, 1895, 'I. beg...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Narellan. [FEOM OtrR OWN CORBESPONDENT.Q ^ Western Australia as the subject of some ..thought in Narellan, and some here have ? departed rto the golden west, and one of the recent departees has written -to a gentleman ; -of ^Narellan, who has kindly allowed me to ; imake the .following extracts from .the /Westralian letter.: — Northam. Jan. 1. 96. You ask me what I think of :this part;? Well, I don't think there is any bubble tabcut it, for, from .what I can see and hear, ? I think it is only about half started. There ' /is plenty of work anywhere for nearly all ? classes, bnt wages are not so good as people ?over there (N.SiW.) make Qut^ Tradesmen rat Perth get 9s to 10s per day ; labouring meja 8s to 9s per day of eight hours, but ^bu cannot live under £l per week, either in a tent or at a boarding house ; in fact ' ? the latter is the cheapest, for the weather is M,so hot that you could not keep anything in a tent. Things up at. the mines are good. Any man can get £4 a week as lo...

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FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Fihancf,* The following accounts wore received and jpassei for pay mens: — Meggra Jnch. -? ' i £l 14s 7d ;? Kelly, £3 12s ; Liggins, 6s; W. Whiteman, £1 Is 8d; J. H. Wilkinson, £4 2s 4d ; Procter, £1 9s 6d ; Watson, £4. 10s 9d; Camden News, £1 10s j Mr. J. Doust's account for £48 16s 6d was deferred for payment, subject to examination.

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Bob's Range HFrom our own vCobrespondenx.1 The correspondence .from this district .is (Unavoidably held over to next issue.

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ROAD ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Road Roller. Advertisements having been inserted in the Sydney morning papers, to find what rollers were for sale, several replies were received, the prices varied from £55 to £250. On the motion of Aid. Griffiths it was decided to defer the farther consideration of this matter to the next meeting of the Council,

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

The Daks. I 'From our own Correspondent.! Wednesday the 8 th instant, a very enjoy able Batchelors' ball was held here at the .School of Arts, The evening was beautifully tcool. About 30 couple attended, including X'many visitors from Camden, Picton, and | 'Btirragorang. The ball was kept up with , great spirit: until early morning. Mr. W. Moase assisted by Mr. A. McEvoy proving themselves very ' energetic. M.C's. The ? -music, piano and violin, was supplied by Messrs ;G. Fitzpatrick, and T. Giilit of Picton, was all that could be desired. Amongst the ladies present the ones most admired were : — Miss M. ReiMy of Camden, in creujn lace and crepon.; Miss B.. Mitchell , in white lawn, nicely relieved with sea foam , green chiffon; and Miss Aggie Petre, in ^jream cashmere and swansdown.; many ?other ladies looked extremely pretty, but, ?space forbids for farther descriptions. I ihope -1 will be pardoned the omission.

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WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Water Supply . . Aid* Griffiths moved the following motion onthe business paper for the evening; — That a sum of money not exceeding £50 be vojed ^by -he Council for the purpose of obtaining information on any scheme for supplying Camden with water. Aid, Griffiths moved this resolution in order to bring the subject under a more practical basis. He considered that even in the face of Mr . Sharkey s letter, more information should be obtained; this letter of Mr. Sharkey's, and the tender enclosed by that gentleman, had certainly removed diffi culties, and was of a more satisfactory character. Aid, Griffiths proposed, that the sum of £10 be voted the Mayor for the object named Aid. E. F. Druitt seconded. Aid. C. T. Whiteman -vould like to Know in what way the money was proposed to be spent. He considered that the price mentioned m Mr. Saarkey s letter reason able, but thought that the subject should be carefully considered. He stated that many gentlemen who had a knowledge of the suppl...

Publication Title: Camden News
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ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Electric Light, Aid. Griffiths then called attention to the correspondence which had appeared in the Camden News of the 2nd inst. by Mr. Thompson, on the question of granting per mission to him for the erection of poles, in the streets of Camden, in order to carry the cablos. The letter was then read. Aid. Griffiths stating, that, Mr. Thompson had ^used the words 'qualified permission' which words he could not, for one, see how they applied, he thought Mr. Thompson had not been correctly informed of the proceedings gf the CoiiQcil, «nd in otder to prove this fio read extracts from the report of the pro. ceedings of the Council at the l-*sfc meeting, from the Camden News of the 24th of last month, wherein it is reported that Aid. Reeves moved, 'That it was desirable to write Mr. Thompson, pointing out the opin ion expressed by Mr. lJul». aud farther where Aid. G. Furner moved an amend ment, 'That permission be given to Mr Thompson to erect poles in the Btreets, with the understanding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

JAS. HARMS & Co. ? ? ' 1 - ' '? i '? . ' ' . ???? KiJ.-i'f ?: . Bepeal of the Duties. ? ? Prices never before attempted, The Stock is unsurpassed in variety, and a thorough inspection is invited. This sale!f ' will eclipse anything ever attempted before. No exceptions made. - W j ? * ALL GOODS REDUCED. ( ?, , JAMES HARRIS & Co,, Camden. THE S H A E P E S . AMERICAN CREAM SEPARATOR ' jtliL Require no Engine, Shafting1, or Belting, . - - DELIVER THE CREAM THOROUGHLY AERATED AND . ? . COOLED. Are Simple, Easily washed, and not liable to need repairs, i ^ ; *ff ? Require no oiling while running. Are Euel-savers, Room-savers, Cream-savers, and Money-makers. i sl Are the Perfection of Skimming Machines, ? , flWr 'THE BOWL ALONE REVOLVES.' ' - 8 ill Ji (also for hand and belt power) I ||fl CHURNS— Evendon's celebrated Lightning Churns, centrifugal in ac ft y M tion, open at the top, enables all noxious gases to escape, and pro ? duces the most perfect grain and quality of b...

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Twenty-four reasons why Camden should have a Water Supply. (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Twenty-four reasons why Camden should - have a Water Supply. ; [By an Alderman.] J 5 (Continued from our last: issue.) - ? 9. Because, capital , is always slow of in vestment, where the elements . of safety and healthfulness (a public water supply) are absent. . . '. ' ' ' ' - : ? 10. Because, a cheap and efficient scheme has been placed before the Camden Munici pal -Council, which becomes possible owing to the natural facilities, and which -places Cainden in a better position to procure a good and cheap Water bupply than any other town in the colony, probably with -the exception of Campbelltown, 11. Because, the time has arrived when an abundant water supply is an absolute necessity — terribly real— that will not be talked down, or, resolved out of existence, or wait for a more convenient season ; a time when it will not be possible for : every citizen to supply his household, or, his. place of business with water independently, and when prompt and united action must be taken to en...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Notes. It is pleasing to note £hat, there is at'least . one Alderman in the Council of Camden, 'who has the courage of his own convictions - and sjheaks in no measured tone when the gilbject is of sufficient importance for him to , speak on — we refer to Alderman G. F. burner,— he has, however, one fault, and that is, he rises two or three times to speak on the. same subject, but, nevertheless with; ^u agent expressions at each rising. We do ... not complain of this, as the Mayor's r. position is to regulate that portion oi the Council's proceedings. We as a matter of duty-, in the interest of the public, attend the deliberations of the Council to report the same, and we can honestly assert that not on one occasion during the past six moftths has there been a punctual attendance of the Aldermen. The meetings are called for 7.30 p.mvit is frequently long past 8 before a, sufficient number of Aldermen are I present to form a quorum, then one, and 1 another come in, some an hour and so...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Camden Municipal Couac!! A meeting of the Aldermen was held on 'Wednesday evening, the 8th instant, at the Council Chambers. Preaont : — The Mayor (Alderman J. B. Rankin) in the chair. Aldermen G. T, Whiteman, G. F, Furner, IE. F. Druitt, J. Frier, and E. G- Griffiths. The Minutes of the last meeting of the Oounoil were read and confirmed.

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