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

[ SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the dfntiiigairthefd pwtronage of His Majesty \ the Kiag' of Italy, an pet communication made by . the M filiate* for Foreign Affairs, through the Con huI- General for Italy at Melbottfftef, 14th March, 1878, Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Olinfc# Xu onlvefsities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in ther market, ^products of airople difrfillatton, farming' crude rflimaUB oils, In order that these crude oils' may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical airifliou of the Prufl»i»» Government to be of perfectly purer origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1978, we take : — It is proved Vy test* made by the Medics] Clinic? of tho Universities at Bonn and Glfeifswald (Prussia), aud -sported by Dr, Shnlz, Profesoor of Phar* maoology at Bono, and Professor Dr. Moaler, Director of th...

Publication Title: Camden News
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District News. Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

District News. Westbrook Ifbom oue own coeees pondent . ] A most enjoyable evening was spent at - ' Mr. R. Campbell's residence on Wednesday . y . week last. Dancing commenced at about 8 ' : o'clock, and was kept up with much vigour . ' until midnight, when the dancers retired - , for a rest and refreshments, after refresh ments dancing was again indulgedin, and was kept up until the early hours of the morning, Mr. C. Kelloway was again at his old post of M.C., the music was supplied by Messrs Kelloway and R. Canipbell. A light but welcome shower of rain fell here on Friday night, more rain is sadly . wanted to freshen up the grass and crops which is very much burned up. Th0 stock in this district are dying with poverty. Some steps are being taken to again Btart a Mutual Improvement Society here, we wish the workers every success. Our friend Mr. R. B. Campbell of No 2 Camden Mounted Rifles, was not successful at the Iiosehill Tournament, this is not often the case, as Mr. Campbell i...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden A. H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Camden A- H. & I. Society. The second meeting of the Committee of this Society was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday last. Captain A. J. Onslow Thompson, the senior vice president, pre sided. The following gentlemen attended the meeting : — H. L. McKellar, F. W. A; Downes, J. G. Harris, H. P. Reeves (Treasurer), J. Linton, J. Lakeman, F. B. | Little, C. Furner, E. Veness, R. Boariman, J. Hayter, T. Cummings, A. E, Vicary, A. V. Moore, R. J. Clemson, F. O. Willis, F. J. Doust, and the Hon Secretary Mr. Cowper. The minutes of the last meeting of the' Committee were read and confirmed. Letters of apology were received and read from the following gentlemen for their absence :—J. K. Chisholm (president), P. B. Hurley, T. C. Barker, T. Inglis, C. and J. Mcintosh, R H. Druitt and others. The following is the letter received from the President of the Society : — Gledswood, 13th January, 1896. An engagement which I have in Sydney, will I regret to say, prevent me ; attending the ...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Forthcoming Engagements Auction' Sales Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. 1 R. H. Inglis sale .'—Land, Mitchell street^ Camden Tuesday 21st inst. R. H. Inglis sale : — of fat cattle, sheep etc., at the sale yards Camden, 21st inst. R. H. Inglis, sale : — old Cobbitty Wesleyan church building, at Camden 21st inst. Tea-meeting and sports at Werombi : — 27th inst, in aid of St Barnabas church. Garden Party of the Camden Wesleyan church at the recreation ground, Friday the 24th inst. Bringelly : — Sports and tea-meeting at Rossmore, Anniversary day, 27th inst. Quarterly Licensing Court : — At Camden, Satur day 18th January at 11 a.m., and at Campbell town on the same date. School of Arts, Committeb Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings frem 7 to, 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th Febru...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

RELIGIOUS SEBVIOES. , Church of England Camden — at 7.30 a.m. (h.o) . Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev J. F. Russell ; .1. Camden — at 2.45 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. Children service ' Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle — at ll'a.m, BevC. J» King. Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Mr. J. Lakeman Theresa Park — at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King o Westbrook — at 7.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Cobbitty— at 11 a.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt Cabramatta— at 3 p.m, Rev G. BV Allnutt : Narellan — at 7*30 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt ? ? Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m;, Mr. F. J. Willard' v Camden — at 7 30 p,m, Rev W Wall Cawdor-fat.2.30 Mr. F. J. Willard : Cawdor — at 7 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman ' G-lenmpre— at 11 a.m, Rev W. Wall. Glenntore — at 7 p.m, Mr. F. J.' Willard , ? Westbrook — at 2.30 p,-m. Mr. S. S. Glifton Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. A. Doust Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Rev W Wall, , . ; ' ' Primitive. ; v \ Camden— at 11 a.m, Mr. H. Doust Camden — at 7i30 p.m, Supply ? Bob's Range — at 3 p.m, Mr, H. Spice ? Meaangle— at ...

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

? CLEANLINESS. Brings ^comfort andhealth, adorns living1, and gives existence a charm. Enjoined with Wolfe's Schnapps it imparts real enjoyment, : The officers of the local branch of the R. q. of Foresters was held on Monday last. Mr. F. W. A. Downes, J.P., was installed as M.W.C.R., Mr. J. Bugden as S.R., Aid. G. F. Furner, Treasurer, R. Arnold, Sect., and Mr. T. H. Wasson, as W. A Complimentary Pic-nic will be given by the No. 2 (Camden) Coy , Mounted Rifles to Capt. Macarthur Onslow, on his return from active service in India, at Camden Park, near' the Cricket Ground, on Saturday the 18th inst., from 3 to 7 p.m. Bringelly will be en fete on Monday the 27th inst. Sports and Tea Meeting will be held at Rossmore, Bringelly; there will be a Rossmore Handicap, prizes from £2 1 0s Od. Throwing at wicket, Boy's races etc. A large attendance is expected, and a pleasant day is assured. Mr . H. Wilcox is the hon. secretary and Miss Lowe the hon. treasurer. Mr. Hoareand Miss McLaughlin star...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

LOCAL NOTES' , A Public meeting of the residents of Camden is called by the Mayor of Camdeu (Mr. J. Di Rankin), to all interested in the furtherance of the proposed Fancy Fair in aid of the Carrington Convalescent Hospital at the School of Arts (Friday) to-morrow There were no cases at the Police Court on Saturday last. The extreme heat again interferes with quality of the cream- and the butter coming to the market. Agents writh cool chambers can place butter to great advantage. Eggs, j .' plentiful and slow of; sale.' Poultry, dull of sale. - ' We inadvertantly, omitted to mention the names of Mrs. John, and Malcolm McNivin and Mr 8. Jenkins, who so ably and willingly assisted at the tables at the Westbrook pic nic and tea meeting from our report. Mr. F. R. Cowper, Solicitor; can be consulted professionally at his Camden Office. every Saturday.*' Probably the largest butter-churn made in Ameriqa is rated at 600 lb., whereas the giant, Messrs Cherry and Sons of Gisborne, Victoria, h...

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

A Valuable Book Prae One of the authorities on questions scientific— the Latiect, says : ' Overwork of the stomach, liver, or kidneys is vastly more damaging to a man than overwork of the brain or muscles, since so long as the stomach is intact, overworked muscles may be easily repaired ; and so long as and kidneys retain their integrity , the consequence1^ of extra brain work are easily removed by th^s»Wi«nTidon of the resulting poisons from the body.' A * This verifies the contents oi a little explanatory free medical pamphlet on health, ^recently issued by the Vendors of Warner's Safe Cure, Melbourne (obtained by sending post-cajd), Jji vfcich they prove clearly that if the liver IndwniMp^are in a sound, healthy, and consequeiwyMctive £-}dition, health is ensured, and the exnu-ilbcJof thousands in Australia, equally as sutisfaJfomrife the-one given below, shows that Warner's Snfe^ure is the beat liver and kidney medicine in Hie world. Mr.,1'. S. Garratt, of Wellington, New Zealan...

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

Revision Court, It wns unanimously decided to hold a Re vision Court for the Muncipial District of Camdf-non Friday the 24th of January next. This concluded the business ofthe Council The time was then near eleven p.m.

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The New Poet Laureate. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

The New Poet Laureate. Mr. Alfred Austin has been appointed $ie poet laureate, which has been vacant since the death of Lord Tennyson, in October, J 892, this appointment has more than a passing interest for the residents of this colony, as be has a brother amongst us, a gentleman who has been in business in Sydney for many years. Mr. Henry Austin, j of Bligh-street. Mr. Alfred Austin is a barrister by profession, but, as a means of livelihood, literature having for him greater charms j for many years past Mr . Austin was on the editorial staff of the London Standard. 1

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

AvMrtin, , LICENSED SURVEYOR, . (Special!# Licensed tinder the Real Property Act9 Government Mining Surveyor, --Member of the Institution of Surveyors, (Incorporated by A-etof Parli&rcient, N.S.W} O A. IMT !d e 2sl% For the last 9 .years -employed fey the Govewi sment, is now starliug Private Pructkje in Camden, Pioton and Bowral distracts. Will visit and uo Ttake any surveying in ihese districts Without . ?charging travelling expanses. — ? - _i 'yy I L L I A M . .M -c E W A N, ? ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, BAKER GROCER AND CONFECTIONER.; Waddings, Pic-nics, &cM catered for. Wedding Cakes a speciality. E a A v, JLy \ ; MR. ' F. R. COWPSffi, . ? ? } i . SOLIOITOK, &C., 19, -(First FloorJ Post Office Chambers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. ^ BRICKS — Eor Sale at The Oaks, at a reasontaMe rate. Apply AN&EL0 COLOMBO, The «Oaks. G.R Furner, Builder, ait© Ocwtkactor, Camdek, Is prepared to supply Bricks, Lime, C em eat, Work done in aiay part, of the district (reason...

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The world runs away from us. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 January 1896

The world runs away from us. 'The other day we had a talk with ^ a man who knew as little of the world around him as a baby Yet he was a man of naturally fine intelligence He had just been relieved from prison. Ten years ago he was incarcerated under a life sentence. Recently, however, circumstances had arisen which nrnved his innocence, and he obtained his freedom. But nothing seemed as before. He had been | stationary while the world moved on. Many of his old . friends were dead, and all were charged. A big slice of his career was lost, and worse than lost. Could he ever make it up ? No, never, .besides, although he had committed no offence, the mere fact that he had been convicttu of one, woul-d always place him at a disadvantage. Different as it is in all outward conditions long illness produces results which resembleB those of enforced solitude. When confined to our homes by disease we are virtually out of the world. Friends may, and do pity us ; but they do not lie down by our...

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

Tatters&ll's Monster Prize List. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. January 27th. p - , 25,000 at 5. 'r , COOT AMT7NDRA CUP. February 12th. ' ? . ? 10,000 at 5. . . p. HOBART CUP. February 12th. ; ? ' . , 10,000 at 5. p.w ; NEWMARKET HANDICAP. February 29th. . $rZ-/. „ 50,000 at 10, AUSTRALIAN CUP. March 3rd. ? 50,000 at 5. BANK OF VAN DIEMAN'S LAND LOTTERY, 200,000 at 5. ' For fall particulars read our printed Circulars. Note our New Address— TATTBESAIjL, V Care GEO. ADAMS, Hobart, TASMANIA. . ? ' ' ? ? ; ? : ? ? ? _ . ? ?

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

ffi'y j, 1 1111 '' ' ? 1 I' —THE— - Camden News, -,-In, whi ch is incor porated the CAMDEN TIMES) $ PUBLISHED every thursd Ay. ' Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate Aof. Cathden, which;; is . .undoubtedly. Gne of the most important and prosperous centres in New j ? South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is the chief ^advertising medium, and f6r giving 'i ^ publicity it has no equal whatever. , - ' Subscription, 2a per quarter ; or 8s per antium, paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter efttra if ?credit be given. Single copies 2d. New subscribers will be received at atiy time, =and charged only from the date which they commence. Subscribers can discontinue' their subscription at any time by giving notices in' writing to the office and paying the amount that may be ,*i -due to the date of discontinuance. ADVERTISING — Advertisements are charged at the follewing rate per insertion : — 6d per line up. to five lines ; one inch, 3s; every Additional inch, 2s; with a reduction of one-fou...

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

D. J. Rankin, JOINER, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, Ann ^ Timber Mspchant, CA.3VtDEISr. 1 Estimates furnished. All orders reasonably executed Grand Stock of Timber for building and fenoing kept in etook. E ^eod«65«©f'0(Seodc«o»eeeoeooo©oeetf mtt2OM9999O0ooflosaoMae«oo0fl^ STATE FUNERALS. J. D. KANKIN, - ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, Begs to inform the residents of Camden and adjoin ing districts that lie has built a first-class HEARSE to v meet the requirements of the Undertaking Business. For the use of the Hearse, a moderate charge will be made. The Hearse will meet any train at Camden, Karelian, Campbelltown, Menangle, or Picton, m per arrangement. .The Hearse on hire. Terms reasonable* Large stockof first-class FuneJal Fsrnitne on band. __ ? ..... ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? i Joseph Palmer ft Son, SH A REBRO&ERS , . 96 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY (Membew of' the Sydney Stock Exehangc^ Hare BU7EKS ot ?» , *- FIXBD Difi POSIT B3CBIPTB. Bsbenturee, Bank Stoek, ari3 «» Investnm* and Ulning,81iarea negotiated....

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

Menangle. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. It is with regret that I have to record the death of Mrs. Catherine Kennedy of Camp belltown, at this township on Monday last, the 13th instant. Mrs Kennedy at the time of her decease was on a visit to her relative Mr. John Maher of Menangle. The deceased lady was 63 years of age. Dur ing her stay at Menangle Mrs. Kennedy                           had enjoyed good health up to Monday   last, when she complained of her head   being bad and also complained of the excessive heat of the day. She kept moving about from one room to another to try to get cool ; about 4.30 on Monday afternoon   she commenced vomiting, and then thought   she would get better, she then went back to   her bed, and appeared then unconscious and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

mmrrn-- ' - ? ? — «? ? ? ; '1 Bogl&te'reid *' ??: '??. ; ' ? . ???? ?- #? ': ? -i: f-JT .took at This! : 'f V'- VH1! f Write fw the BLtfE BOO& cofllaimng the prices of j. ?? ,; ?* JFWrP ' 1 Grocery, Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Boots and IfbntndO^pt'jj ''V '*Wlir+TffTT and Household Requisites. POST FREE, Don't be without it,V! ' ' While I live I'll crow*'1 d ' ^ 8 d TEA— -Good Family pet lb 9 TEA-Good fa,mily, fi r x. % , TEA— Strong liquoring .. „ ?' 10- ?T^^^»-1^2orll^,^0M ^ i5SSll»« 1&%^: \ ' TEA — Panyong fine * Flavor, .,. ? „ 10 Tfi A-Panyong. fine flavour, 4 chest 40 lbs)l 10 0 «:! TEA — Pekop Flavor, even leaf, 1 3 TE A—Rich, full flavour, * chest (38 lb) 3 0 0 TEA— Rich* Panyong and full flavored 1 6 . ; . ... ..j. i#t TEA. Gamecock Blend, in lib Till (Posted free to any part of'tha Colony) i ? o TEA. ttam^cock Blend, (specially ;blended), in 6lb Caddies r' ' ? » ' jj . TEA. Gamecock Blend, (specially 'blended), in 12lb Cuddies * , * 1®\w - - . WRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

I D. J. Rankin, iOlHtett, EUILfcEtt, CONTRACTOR, A*p ' Timber MepehanJ1, CAd^tiDEOssr Baliihltfefe furdiaht^li All dftfcfa reaaohnbly tietmfed ' Qvaad Stock of Timber lor building and fencing ^ t kept ih utottk. STATE FUNERALS. J. D. RANKIN, &*- AUGYLB STREET, CAMDEtf, Begs to Inform the residents of Camden and adjoin* ? ing diftricts that he has built ailfst*ciaBB HEARSE to tncct the rt-quiremehta of the Undertaking Busineaa. For the new of the Heafie, a moderate charge will ba made. The Hmtte . trill meet any train at Camden, Karelian, CumpbeUtofrtt, Menangle, or Picton, m' :? per arrangement. '?:'*? . $ST The Hiparso on hiret-' Terms reasonable* Lar^a stodkof fifat'clwa Futtftttol Farnitas* od . f Jbfttli. Josenh Palmer & Son, ? SHAREB rokebs, . BQ J»ITT*STREETf SYDNEY (Membersof the Sydney Stook F Xohange) , Have fitntlftS of » - FIXED DKPOSIT RECEIPTS. ftebentttre^^Bank gtpdt, anl all Investment* o*d- Mining, Shares negotiated. Jfionthly Share List £of weeded on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

: England's ffamotis Coloniser and - - - - . .... . ' : Probably few men who commenced at the bottom of the;ladaer hare become more widely and favour ably known or morfi, successful than Mr. A. F. ? Spawn, of 122, Pall Mall, London, for some yean a resident of Melbourne. That be is a man of great resource -cannot be doubted when we read that he was the original inventor, of the Hand Greaad* Fire extinguisher, n^eo . many other inventions of :miuor importance, and reeently perfected a - scientific hot air apparatus for curing and preserving fruits and vegetables on a large, practical and economical scale, which i« being adopted, not only in England, but Holland, Australia, and America. Mr.. Spawn was appointed by a Syndicate tome years ago to investigate iho process of growing and preserving fruits in Australia, and /nhile there started a. well-organized and successful irrigation colony in that country. In fact, as a public lecturer and adviser on colonisation and irrigation he proba...

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The Danger of Snakes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

[?] The present summer season \ias been a very favorable one for our snake life, aud t will therefore become the duty of everyone who may reside near to those places wherev reptiles abound to be' ever on the ale^t, au-)N/ not to foolishly conclude that on the account of the bush fires, etc.. our suake life has decreased in numbers through destruction by bush fires. lhe reptiles, for the greater part, more especially our venomous snake*, are noc turnal, and ^during the day time rarely wander far from their homes. On the oc casion of a bush fire they immediately make for their subterranean homes, wh*re they are secure from, dagger. The actual per centage of reptiles destroyed by bush fires ^ is a small one. A 'Vord with'reference fo the recent new instructions put ^prth by the Board of Health may be of set vice here. Hikhflrfn tV»A miatrfm una til tift tifflitlv n ligature round the bitten parts. In tha' place of this action a looped cord is to be used, and by the insertion of a stick...

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