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Razorback Range. (Continued from our issue of 12th Jan.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Ba2orbao|c^®iife|:^ :j& ^ ?f (Continued from our issua of 12th lao.) [By .T. B. M.] There was a nice fresh water spring on the side of the Razorback peak/ where the trigonometrical beacon now btands, and, v,*. .oh -once a tenant of the farm was in the act of deepening it when t he . Governor, Sir Win. DenisoTi rode by. '*The Governor was a ?: _ 'r'y^ry scientific man j and hadj. no doubt, ob- - ' f served, the stratification by the roadside. He hail the curiosity to ko and see what was being done, and, at - nce warned the man that it was only a surface spring, which would be rtiiried by the admission of i minai-n}i*Ai1 vttfAr 'I'hfi man nnnifltAil unit ?ruined it. ? - . - The iclimate is very equable, and frosts ~ l~ , are rarely experienced on the elevated parts. ' .The heat in iBUtnmer is immediately tern* - ' ' 1 pared by any change. The freshness of the * air is one of the delights of the place, for '-*? . while stagnant airs li n per on the low lands, .. ' ' the Summit ...

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The Cultivation of Maize. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

The Cultivation Maize, 1. ! ? . By J.. L. Thompson,. ' Principal, Hawkeabury Agricultural College. I have had so many inquiries from various parts of the Colony during the last few months as to my views regarding the best method of cultivating, land for, and planting of, maize in all its details, ..that I have de. cided to deal with the whole question in the columns of the Agricultural Gazette. Maize, as is generally well known, belongs to the Graminaceous natural ord-jr of plants, and the genus Zea, its full name being Zea mayt. Maize is a native of South America, and was found under cultivation by the Indians on the discovery of the new world. Some consider the native country of maize uncertain. Humboldt and De Candolle are positive' tliiat it was introduced from vthe West Indies and the Continent of America, but other authorities adduce grounds for the contention that the plant is indigenous to, or at least was known and cultivated in. Asia and Africa before the discovery of Amer...

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

i A wfioffe Voiu me dffwrt' Sri y *0* ' ; :: hardly . SOTlsfocffori given I ^Hampden' Cigarettes. ^ttinbMMMnBHiidMa«»stftaKBaaiBaBBBavaB-sasaBBaHV J D* R N K 1 CtfpMtor, fimber Mer4bant( Ufld*fl«kef ^ R T H U R .1. DOtt S T . PropeHy, Firs, Life, *nd GENERAt COMMISSION AOBKf. C A u v M *. VAtUATIONS IIADK Several farms for s&le, P«irticiiUr« plication During my Absence /rom town *t any tirtie, Uet of properties may ba 10011 at Mr D. Doasl, Store keeper, Camdea. Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. _ Hardwood Timber of every description delivered to any part of the district at cur rent prices. Tongue- grooved lining and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill, or W. G. Furner, Camden. : H. IN lxLlS , Atfd TlOJIEKR, ' ' .xtMfaMj CAfiiia A&d TnVvtfOn dALwBkJtt, ?fttck\t 'SA)e» H-jld erctr 'tiie'sdiljr fit CAinr^.EM'j .. itid ?Very Wednesday it PlCTON. '^' - A tpe'cial HORSK S&tM will Jw held cto the 1st Satofdsy [h iitfj tooiith if- ...

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CARRINGTON HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

CARRINGTON HOSPITAL; f . ? ? '? V.' ' i \ \,\ . Nothing indentified with this district So much redounds to its credit' as the fact that 'wo of the foremost charitable institutions are ' within its gates On the one hand . we have theThirlmere Home for Consumptives, while at Camden is located the Carririgton Convalescent Hospital. The pen has not' yet been made that can write words sufficiently beautiful to fully convey the true nobility of character of those noble men who, at considerable personal sacrifice, established those magnificent institutions. One is still with us, and we hope that his days may be long and his end peace, with a diadem worthy his exalted nature. When the weary ones have bWn hungry, thirsty, without home and . without friends, Mr. Good let has fed them, their parched lips have been moistened by sisterly hands, and all that home comfort could do to assuage their grief, and soften their dying moments, have been given cheerfully. Well and t-Mily has he ministered ...

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The world runs away from us. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

:Vr The world mas fpoiaaS', ^ 'i ; 1 j . 1 - . v . ? ^ 'The other day we 'lhad ift stalk with' a titan who ' ' k«e«r as little of the .woitld Mtovujd him as a babj. Yet J^e was a man of nifcturaiBy fine- inte lligence He ' I^kI dust beein reliev.eil fawn prison. Ten j 'years agipjie w*s jiucarueraited jinder lifo sentence. it* !-v t Eecently, hov^ver, eircuoiataiiccB had arisen wjiich prored hin innocetiae, and he obtained his freedom.'' j Bttt DOthiu^ seefiried a 8 before. Ht) had been l 8tationary; while the World moved on. Many of his old ifienda were dead;' and all were ^harged. A bigrilic!^ of hi» career WJiti leat, «tid ^orse thari lostj Could he ever . ifnake It up? Wo, never, beaidtia, although he had committed ho offeucej the mere fact that be had boeti convicted of One^ would always place hltn at a disadvantage! Different as it is in all outward coo^itious long illness produces results which resembles those of enforced solitude. When confined to our homes by disease we are...

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Carrington Convalescent Hospital Fancy Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Carrington Convalescent Hospital Pancy Fair-. . A. Public meeting called by the Mayor - of Camden to all interested in .furthering the success of the above Fancy Fait, and to giro an opportunity to the general public to be present and to assist, was held at the School of Arts on Friday afternoon last the 17th instant. ?' The attendance was most meagre. Alderman C. T.1 Whiteman was voted! to the chair, in the unavoidable absence of the Mayor. The minutes of the Fancy Fair Committee! Meetingheld on the 6 th instant, were read and confirmed: Discussion then indued as to the dates when the bazaar should be held, it was decided on the motion of Mr. W. R. Cowper, seconded by Mr. J. G. Harris, to suggest, that, the same should be held at, or, near the full moon not later than the end of April. : Other matters were brought before the. meeting, but, the very small attendance precluded any business being done. The Rev C. J. King, M.A. proposed, and Mr. J.tf. tl arris seconded, that, consideri...

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

SANDEH Sc SONS EUCALTPl'I KXTRArt? Under the distinguished pati^ohnya of His Majesty the King of Italj^ an per communication made by the Minister fof Foreign Affairs, through the. Con- 1 sul'General fof Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded iJiploma at the Amsterdam Ex-, hibition. l*ft9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ju oulversities all' over the Globe. There ate imitations' of Eucglvpti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. . In order that these crude oilri may. not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian- Government to be of perfectly .pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March,. lS?8, we t.tkei — it is proved by tests mad* by the Medical Cliaicd of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald'( Prussia), and weported by Df1. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medic...

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Complimentary Picnic to Captain Macarthur-Onslow. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Complimentary Picnic to Captain . r - il-lffabajrtlKirrOnipw.r:;' - .. On Saturday afternoon last,- the Members of the Mo. 2 (Camden) Company of Mounted Rifle^'gave a complimentary picnic tq Capt Qnslovr, at -Camden 'Park, on his ???return from active service. The , picnic, held near the large lake in that portion $f the -' estate winch many vears since was laid out by the late Sir William Macarthi^r with trees from the old country ; theN? lovely shades of the grand old oaks, beeches, limes-.' svcamores; nowlars. willows.' &Ci. was ? ? j * « ? r~tr — ' ' — 7'*' ? most 'comforting after the oppressive heat of the morning. The Camden ToWn- Band under the able conductorship of Mr. H. Ansotf, played dlmnfr the afternoon a choice selection of music, which was mos&highly appreciated. The officers and members of the' Mounted Rifles in their new uniforms, with, their- lady friend*, were separately introduced, to Captain Onslow and to Mrs. and Miss Ohsldw.'by Capt A.J. O. Tho...

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

— THIS— ...... JCamden Hews, * ?' (In which ia incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) '' PUBLISHED M^f E v E R Y THURSDAY. Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate of ^Camden, which ia undoubtedly one of the ' ? most important and' prosperous centres' in.New South Wales. ThV CAMDEN NEWS is the J ' chief advertising medium, and for .giving publicity it ha* no equal whatever. ^ Subscription, 2s per quarter ; or 8a per annum, - paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if credit be. giyen. Single copies 2d. ? ''New subscribers Will be received at any time, and charged only from the date which they ^ commence. Subscribers can discontinue their JfV subscription at any time by giving notice in writing T to the office and paying the amount, that may be ? ' due ta the date of discontinuance. ADVKKTISING ; — - , ' ' Advertisements are charged at the following j-ate per insertion s — 6d per line up to .five lines ; one inch, 3s; every additional inch, 2s; with a v; reduction of one-fourth ...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Camden Htmielpal Connoil A. speqial meeting of this CouncilfOTAfl bold on Thursday morhing last the- ir8|th instant '.—Present, Alderman J,. D. Bankin (The Mayor). Alderman G.F. Furner, C. T. 'Whiteman, W. C. Furner, G, Cleveland, E „ F. Druitt, J. Frier, and H. P. Reeves. Alderman 0. T. Whitemari proposed? and Alderman J. Frier seconded; That Ailder. man Q. F. Furner be elected as Returning Officer for the municipal elections 'to be bald in February. Unanimously carried. The meeting then terminated. , V.TTH -v:-:-..., .

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Hotes. ' ' ? , tftilk ftiipplv question has been cona ?- VidcJrably agitating the minds of the dairy ? s fevriitirs of tti'» tllawarra districts for some i.;;.tirn.c they being very much dissatisfied ? ^\v,ith .tliev pities pair1, them by tne Sydney ? * ntilk ! comjmniesi Owing to the protracted f.j. ^wrought, and .coi^eque t scarcity of feed, the yljlot of milk ha& nut been mucn more than ^ ilt that' obtained in. ordinary seasohs, but ^ciiot^tKsfebnding this» fact the milk companies are tml'v pavinir suppliers of those districts . .pet'gHllon^ which the latter consider far itoo-low. The above facts apoeal with even -- greater force to this dibtrict, but, what are . our . rjfi.mdon d&irymen doing ? Playing as , ???Usual the waiting game-. Surely some steps v fchould. be taken to assist themselves and the o , , , dairymen of the Illawarra to obtain a better pipee for milk sent to Sydney. At the last ?; ; - meeting called of the Camden Dairy farmers5 , ' - '-I Associat...

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The Early Days of the Bank of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

The Early gDays of the - Bank o$ New South Wales., Some two years back we were able to draw attention to. the paytftcnt by -the Bank of New South Wales of a $20 note isstied on 1st January, 1824, and presented for payment in 1893, after a period of nearly seventy yea,rs. Again an interesting recOrd has been shown tO|Us in connection with the same great institution, namely, the first ledger opened by the Bank of New South Wales on 5th April, 1817. We all know the remark made by the chief Clerk in the house of Osbnldistorifi n.nd frT-psTinm ? in vnnno' Osbaldistone : ' Never let. the frost in the warehouse know how many lines there are in the ledger.' This remark may be fully ' appreciated by ledgerkeepers when it is stated that in the ledger in question all the lines were ruled by hand and the headings of the accounts inscribed by quill jpens in a beautifully-executed copper-plate hand/ The -writer., himself knew,, .from the ' laborious neatness of his work, tlte'ftttinber of these l...

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MR. SAMUEL ARNOLD [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Mr. Samuel Arnold Was one of the very earliest settlers in the Camden district, and from the commence ment bf his career in the New World (1836); he possessed and carried out one straight line of Conduct and integrity, and was at all time a strict supporter-— through doubt and difficulties in the then trying times-— of firmness and right ; he Was of a determined disposition, and from his sense of justice and right Was seldom wrong in any r conclusions that he arrived at. The deceased died in Camden, on the 19th inst., at his residence in Mitchell Street, at the ripe old age of 84. Dr. Bell had been attending, the deceased of late. The old gentleman appeared^ even at this ad vanced age It&le and hearty, and was seen taking his Usual walk in the streets only a few days prior to his death. Mr. Arnold was born at Childolceford, in the Cpuntysof Dorset,- England, and left there years ago, i.e, in April 1837 in the shil ' The Brothers' Captain Roberts Town^ at the age of 24 years ...

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

MS \-jAi j' ' ? ^ w' R H. INGLIS £???? ? ' J-.V- ';/? ? ' r?as received instructions to spllaby public auction at his Sale Yards, Cigmden, im .. mediately after tbe Pro^ucp pule, ? Hk..^Rhold Furniture, con#^ng'/-H!lffiest8 of' 'i- ;, Drawers, Chairs, Tfitolejr, Soffit. Side boards, &c , &c. / The above furniture is in Excellent con ? ?/': ;^flitii!H, beingf nearly new. ' „ ; . . Vt H. 'INGLIs Ha,s received instructions from the Execnfors in tbe Estate of tbe late W. A. , WHEATLEY, of Nartflaru to sell by ; publio auction 011 thf premises, Nar ^-t,,.r:.',:^.v.i-.-.,eUan- at 2 p.m. on / S ,'SAtULlDAY NEXT, 2jp I^NgARY, '96 ^Household Furniture, fi^co/sisting- of Bed steads and Bedding, Chairs, Tables, - Looking Glasses, Piiiu/. Clock, &c, &c. Also M'lk Can.«, ClmrJ, 1 Horse Roller, '.Hay-press and Chnff-cufcier, &c. ? ? J/j^UNIClPAL DISTRICT OF* OAMDEN. . CARH1NGTON CONVALESCENT ' HOSPITAL FANCY FAIR. j - v At a Public Meeting of ladifls fmd /y...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

4:|Ienangle. '[PBOM W N CORRESPONDENT.! At the last nioment we are compelled, through want of spaoe, to hold over the' Menangle news to our next issue.

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

LOCALJHOTES ; The attendance at the Public Sleeting in aid of the Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair held at the School of Arts; on Friday last tj?e 18th inst., being so small it was decided to adjourn the meeting until Tuesday the 28th instant. The Public meeting is called for 8 p m, at the School of Arts. It is to be hoped that those interested will attend at the time named. The Camden School of Arts 38th Annual Meeting is fixed for Friday the 3 1st inst. ' The intense heat of the past week has affected many in our midst, there are, how ever, no severe cases. The members of the Camden Lawn Tennis Club will have a great day at Mittagong on Monday next, 4 ladies and 4 gentlemen from Camden will sojourn, there tQ hold a contest with the club at Mittagong. , After the competition there is to be a luncheon and a dance in the evening. ^ J Cn Sunday next a tram will leave Camden ? for Campbelltown at 10 a.m. and at 2 p.m., in order that the residents of Camden may ? : ' ; visit the encampmen...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Forthcoming Engagements Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair adjourned public meeting at School of Arts Tuesday the . 28th inst., at 8 p.m. Open court:— at Council Chambers Friday. January 24th at 7.30 p.m., revising Municapal List . School of Arts :— Annual Meeting Friday, January 31st. Camden Municipal Council : — meets everyalternate Wednesdays at 7.30 p.m, tlie Council Clerk is in . attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 a.m. Auction Sales Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, irom z p.m., ac ivir. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. R. H. Inglis: — Sale household furniture at sale yards Camden Tuesdsy the 28th instant, after produce sales. - R. H.Jnglis*.— Sale of Furniture at Narellan (estate of the late Mr. W. A. 'Wheatleyj at 2 p.m, . Saturday 25 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 24-th inst. Bringelly: — Sports ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Criokst. ' A match was played- on' Onslow Park 'na - 1 1th -I anuary between I he Camden C. J. 'and ? c Narellan Cricket, Olul-, and requited iu a :-ia for Camden. The fallowing are. the scores : - Oamden 'first innings':^-' H- .-iVtoorer' bv- Poster 0 ; F. Harris, run out 12 ; Fareudon, b R. Moore 68 ; Hg}-S(»n. - b Fuster 2 ; A - : Mcliiwan, b Foster 0 ; R.Marri.s, o^jwi lchaiis b Foster U ; Devlin, c Porter b '^Kiore i j ' Lacy, h.o.w. h Small l.»-.;- -Piggoitj run ouc - 1 ;? Watson, b R. Moore 4 ; Uroigu^u,- ruot out 1 Total --'9. — -Secffui.. luniug?) — . Hopson, not out 21; Lv. lIarrid) h.o:\v\ u _K'. V Moore 25. ^ ??? Theresa Park. — Foster, b Farendori 0 ' Mof-re, b Farendon 4:; Russell, b Hoj/sud, ; 0 ; Small, b Farendon 1; . Wasoun, b .Farendon 15 ; Beckhaus, b Fareuduu^u ; -? Porter. c.R. .Harris h Mopson dj Wallaci-, 8t.Jjacy;0i-;j\Barrett^.l-' Hopson 1 ; Dunbar, \ n^f mif A ? .Qi-ni /« Pi D ft«Afr k mi i . i-J * v/w.u j uuji iuaj v u x'M»iouuuu O. Byes 12; Total 62. . ;...

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NEURALGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

NEURALGIA. . :. , Usually is worst at night. 'Wolfe's Sohnap ps secures rest and repose to the sufferer, and res tores nervous equilibrium. Mr. T. Billetfe, late of Mount Hunter, brought to the omce a lew days ago the ] dried skin of a brown (?) snake which he shot a short time since near Burragorang, The skin measures some 12 feet in length. ; For the length we vouch. Men and Boy's Straw -Ha)re6d each. J. Harris & Co.* , , f / ^ Boy^s Blouse an d Waphs r^pVits, ; reduced to cost price. Largest stioc^fcrchoose irjmJ J. Harris & Co., Camde/. The Standard an^puncing that Prince Henry of Battenburg, who contracted fever while accompaning the British expedition to Ashantee, is dead.

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

Royal agricultural society of v NEW SOUTH WALES. . GR AND EASTER EXH IBITION, ' ' 1st to 7th APRAj, 1896. « Entries close MONlJA^l fnd MARCH, Prizes £2,000. Priz©fc2,| oi. Prizes £2,000. m, . Send at onee fcr^rjE«i*»eduIe. List of Government NatiAi rfizes,. arid Entry , Forms! ? F.l WEBSTER4, ?' . ' rA-i.- '?? . --? ; |. Secretary, ? . :.r - Hunter Street, Sydney. THE GARDEi^ PARTY in. connection with the ' Wesleyan Church. Annivysary will ,be held on Friday aext, from 2 o'clock* Hefreshments during the afternoon. Tea fromT qrcloyc, Is ; children 6d. Public Meeting at 8 p.m.'Hftk School of Arts. A good programme of special inlsa a-ftfraddresses by the Rev. R. Allen, ' Sym^fc/Rmr.^Sftlon, Picton, ( Church of England, ana local canisters. Collection at close. If -day 'wet, tea will baihelel in Schpol of Arts. \ '

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