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

;.l' Cheapside Store ! , -JRepcal of the Duties!. ' A GOLDEN CPf'OR CUNl'l Y. GENUINE CLEARING SALE ! ? ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS in Draperv. Clothing, Hats, Shirts, B--t*. and eho , . 0 '* »' E. GOODWIN, LatG °f AN'l HON Y II OR HERN ' &' SOX * j Begs specially to announce that du in g the Groat Free - iff Sale many lines, »*!1 hes J 1 „-l regardless of cost, in order to clear and muke room for 'the Appioauhiujj .'Nv w-Su.JSwn^ Goods. Don't miss this wonderful Low Cash Sale. / E. GOQDWIN, Cheap,, Cash Draper, ' - V: Aigyle Stree,,' (C.tm(kju. . \

Publication Title: Camden News
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. .'a Church, of England ?r , ; Camden— at 7.30 a.m. Litany and address . v Camden— atll a.fn.» Rev C. J. King (h.c),. , Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. Menangle — at 7.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King. ' Westbrook— at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King (H.C) ' Theresa Park— at 11.15 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell . *vs r\ Saturday January 25th. 1 '» ; i ? . Conv. of St Paul. St. John's 7.30 a.m, Holy Communion, and address, i St John's 8 p.m, Communicants service. . ' Narellan— at 11 a m., Rev G. H. Allnutt (H.C) Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward Cobbitty— at 7.30 p.m. , Rev G. H. Allnutt \ , Wesleyan- Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev R. Allen, Sydney. Camden — at 7 30- p.m, Rev R. Allen '? Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev R. Alien Cawdor— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. W. W. Smart Glenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. B. Procter Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Westbrook— at 7p.m. Mr. G. Smart.:. Picton -at 11 and 3 p.m, Rev W Wall Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley ? Primiti...

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Death of two old Residents of Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

Death of two old Residents of Camden. During the past week death has laid its stern hands on two of our most worthy and respected residents. On Thursday last, the 16th inst., Mr. William Rofe, senr., died at Mount Hunter, and on Sunday last, Mr. Samuel Arnold died in Camden. MR. WILLIAM ROFE. The deceased had for many months past been on a sick bed, but, from the commence ment of his illness it was evident that his end was drawing nigh. Drs. Bell and Morton have been in constant attendance for some time past. The late Mr. William Rofe was born at Robert's Bridge, in the County of Sussex, England, and arrived in N.S.W. so long ago as 1839, when he was only abput 18 years old. After a short stay in the colony, he decided to try his fortune at gold-mining in the then newly discovered goldfields of California, to which country he left these shores ; his fortune seemed pro               &nb...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 January 1896

DEATH.                   ROFE.— On the 16th inst., at Mount Hunter, Mr.     William Rofe, of Robert's Bridge, Sussex,     England, aged 72 years and 9 months, Friends will kindly accept this intimation.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Registered' J «« JjTl Look at This ! i \ H 'Wrft'e for the BLUE BOOK containing the prices of ?. ;? , , . . ,... VJ drocerv, Crockery, Glassware,- Drapery1, Bootsf dib a Ironmoi) gery, - and Household Requisites: POST FREE/ Boa' 1? be without it. \ *' While I Evd I'd crow.' s .# ?.* i ?» ' ' 8 a - ?. TEA— Good Family ... pet lb 9 ; TEA — Strong liquoring ,- I® TEA — Panyong fine Flavor, ... ,, 10 , ? TEA — Pelcoe Flavor, oven leaf, 13 TEA — Rich, Party oiie; and full flavored 1 6 TEA — Good family, R eheat (38 lbs)' 1 ^ ;©. TEA— Strong liquoring, \ Chest (4i) lhs) 1 5 0 TEA — Panyong, fine flavour, Reheat (40 lbs)110 0 TEA — :Rich; full flavour, J' chest (38'lb)-' 2' 0 0 n _ _ j ? ? ? — .i V A / , TEA. Gamecock Blend, in lib 'lin (rostea iree to any par* 01 vuiuuj; % - ? TEA. Gameoodk Blend, (specially Blended), in 61b Caddies - ' , TEA, Gamecock Blend, (specially blended),^ 121b Caddies; W -W r, , / WRITE FOR SAMPLES OF TEA ' M »n TEA. I0lb Box (full flavoured) and a 70lb Bag Compa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

' ; R. , AUO TIONEER, , ; | EOBSBj CAttLB AND PEODtJdB SALESMAN, Weekly Sales held every Tuesday, at CAMDEN, ^ and every Wednesday at PICTON, A'ljl^cial HOEtSK SALE will he held on the 1st r^Sa-t';l\iay it every month at his Yards, Camden. -T. , vpUBLIC NOT ?! C E The undersigned is how prepared to superintend ? ? tho erection of BUILDINGS or aay other WORKS . in the district of Camden. CI1AS. FtfRNER, Camden. .Wanted Known That we are buyers of unlimited ausumtjes of WATTLE BARK in bundles or cliomefi, green or / dry. // f Wp are also buyers of hides in am Quantity. ? Ail Goods sent to us will iweae witii prompt settlement. g ?' MARSI-I BROS. ? ,- ..^rj^Clyde Tannery, Granville SOAP, S(W, SOAP; Golden Fleece Manufactured only by the Australian Soaa and Cantle Works, Comperdown, near Sypney. PURE AND PERFUMED* -?; 41b BAB Is. The Australian Soap Company commends thi» brand ' Possessing all ilie ingredients for Washing Bleaching, and Perfuming, without' injuring the toxfircTof Clothi...

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Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Royal Agricultural Society )of. New South Wales. . A gr6at exhibition is to be held at the Society's grounds, -Moore Park, Sydney on the '1 st to 7th April . The Government of N. S. Wales has offered £300 for - special prizes . Entries will close on Monday, March 2 instant. The society's,:, pi ize schedule, containing .list of £2000 offered. --'n prizes.Jand comprise horses (remounts) £35 \ for the best exhibit of five horses suitable W .for remounts. Sheep (for export) £30. ^ Poultry (for export) £'25 for the best coop of twenty-four head table poultry, assorted, suitable 'for export.: Maize £15 best exhibit of maize, not less than four bushels. Name of variety to be given on entry.form, ? and where grown. Wheat £15. Barley £1 5. Flour £25. Fruit^ suitable for export) £30. . Dried Fruits (not candied) most suitable . for export £15. Preserved Fruits £15. Meat and Soup £25v. The entrance fee to each of the above is fi've shillings. Butter for export £50, prize. The competitions are ...

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The Culivation of Maize. (Continued from our last issue) Maize as Food. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

{ * The- Culivation of Maize. By J. L. Thompson, Principal, Hawkesbury Agricultural College! (Continued from our last issue) Maize as Food. &o. Maize is hardly a less important staple article of food to the inhabitants of tropical and sub-tropical countries than rice, and is rapidly becoming popular in various forms in temperate and cooler climates. It is held 1 to be superior in nutriment to barley, rye, and buck -wheat, but it is not considered so | wholesome as wheat, beim.' rather heating. ! Tl'Tftiwrt 'irnHiAltO UTOTTO AnfMHO O vf lin «1 TTQllf laaiZ-O JLLL vauuuo Vf C*jr o uuuoio mauwuui * UJ.J into the social life of the American people. Dr. Cobb says ' poppingcorn ' paves th.e way to 'popping the question,' and also that Australians look upon maizo on:y as tit for stock and criminals, and goes on to show that it is food fit for kings — that seventy five million people in America think so It is simply surprising the number of dishes that can be made from it, according...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

' Our regards to Mr- Eussell. ? - The writer of these lines hereby tenders to Mr. Clark ' Russell the assurance of his thanks and appreciation. I have always loved sea stories, 'arid those of Mr. Russell stand at the head of their class. From 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor' to ' List, Ye Landsmen !' I have read them all. Yet salt water, and the things thereon -and therein, ^are not the only things he lmows about ; not by many degrees of latitude. In his' last book he makes a sailor talk thus : ' I, have suffered from the liver in my time, and know what it is to have felt mad, I say I have known - moments when I could scarce restrain myself from breaking ?windows, kicking at the shins of all who approached me, knocking my head against the wall, yelling, with the yell of one who drops in a fit ; and all the while my brain was as healthy as the healthiest that ever filled a' human skull, and nothing was wanted bufcv a musketry . of canomel pills to dislodge the fieud, &c., &am...

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Bob's .'Range- - . [From our own coruespondent.*] \ - On Saturday last rain commenced and continued until Monday evening. This welcome rain has already changed the face of nature. The maize crops are much benefited by the rain. Some of our lads are about starting for the Coolgardie goldtfhlds. ' Our worthy Post-mistress has return d n 'good health from her holidays. The district residents, have much reason to regret to report Hiat the receiving olnce at Bob's Range is abiutto.be discontinued. Steps should at once be taken for its re establish ment, as a receiving office is urgently needed here, without which we would have to travel four to five miles to a post office. I consider,' and so do the resident?, that the little salary paid is well spent, and that the number of letters received are quite sufficient to maintain such an office, so I think it is high time to complain when t.his absolute convenience is being removed. The Govern ment has not been troubled much .with many petitio...

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Prevention of Sunstroke. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Prevention of Sunstroke.' SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. The following suggestions for the pre vention and immediate 'treatment of sun stroke, have been issued for general inform ation by the Board of Health, Professor Anderson Stuart presiding. 'There are several varieties of sunstroke, but they are all due to excessive heat, though not necessarily to the. immediate -fli n ann'o vftxra 'Pliaxr msnr nnniiv CtULlUJU \J J. AJJ.VI .J WVUI.A during the night as well as by day. Those who suffer most are the intemperate, and next to them those whose health is dis ordered, or who are oyer- fatigued or de pressed. Prevention : It' should be clearly understood that it is easier to prevent thai ? ing in it on be not be too long continued. Moistening the forehead, fanning the face, and the use of smelling-salts are beneficial. A brisk purgative is sometimes useful. ' When a sunstroke has occurred there are two conditions — 1, an actual stroke ('sunstroke' proper); 2, high fever ('heat fever'). 'In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

' . Repeal of tlie Duties. f - BEDU.OTIQNS 2Q... PER C.&NT.- F0E. ONLY.- 1 ' ' ' , ? ' 1 '' ? ' ' ? 1 ?«????„, ??.??????.?n.i. -.1' ' ? ? ? ? ? -I, ? ? WBWMM II IT ? ' '' ? ' : SALS NOW OH ... ? ? : .... , .... ? . ... ? -, / In consequence of the REPEAL of the DUTIES, and°in order to give his numerous Custom era tie earliest and fullest benefits of the I?REE TARIFF, C. T. WHITEMAN has determined to hold a GIGANTIC' SALE FOR ONE MONTH ONLY, during which he will offer the whole Of his really choice stock of General and Household Drapery, Men's, Boy's and Youths' Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Boots, &o'., at greatly reduced rates. In order to make this Sale a success the Proprietor has determined to re-mark every line of Goods, regardless as to whether they Were duty bearing' or not, in this \fray the public will secure advantages that cannot possibly be offered in any in any other establishment. It is well-known the prices of all classes of Drapery has considerably risen in...

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WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Water Supply The Mayor informed the Aldermen, that, he had written to the Councils of Penrith and Windsor, asking for an appointment to en able him to obtain information from those Municipalities, but; he had not as yet received replies. Aid. Griffiths gave notice of motion, that, at. the next meeting of the Council, he would move tnai pi&lia uuu tsptjuunuauiuna uo pared, and that the Minister of Works be asked to find the necessary money wherewith to construct the Water Supply for Camden. After a general discussion on the Water Supply topic, the meeting' terminated. An open Court was held on Friday even ing last the 24th inst., at the Council Chambers. The Mayor (Aid. J. D. Rankin) in the chair. The following Aldermen attended. J. Frier, G. F. Furner (Return ing Officer) E. F. Druifct, and H. P. Reeves. The object of the open Court was to revise the Municipal List for the year, which was duly completed, adopted, and certified to by the Mayor as correct, ?. There was only on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

a ' .. —THE— ; fCamden News, (In which is incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) Ai .„ PUBLISHKI) ' liPv E R Y THURSDAY. fr ? ^Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate , of Camden, which is undoubtedly one of the , most important and prosperous centres in New South. Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is the - chief advertising medium, and for giving . publicity .it has ao equal whatever. Subscription, 2s p»r quarter ; or Ss per annum, paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if credit be given. Single copies 2d. . New subscribers will be received at any time, ^ and charged - only from the date, which tliey VjiV commence. Subscribers can discontinue their ?/- . -isubsoription at any time by giving notice in writing j - . to the office and paying the ainountr that may be ?due to the date of discontinuance. W. SIDMAN, Proprietor. ?? ? ? ? ? ? .1 ' ;T, ff. BOS WORTH ! 'TEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING ' Visit? Camden weekly. ? Agent and Piano Tuner for W. H. Paling and Co. ? Address, ...

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Camden Municipal Council. Thfc usual fortnightly meeting of this Council -was hold on 'Wednesday, the 22nd inst. The Mayor (Alderman J. D. Rankin) in the chair. The whole of the Aldermen attended the meeting, viz.: W.C. Furner, G. Cleveland, C . T . Whiteman, J. Frier, Gr. F. Furner, H. P. Reeves, E. F. Druitt^and E, G. Griffiths. The minutes of the previous meeting were . \ read ana connrmea. | Correspondence. ' I Letter from the Department of Works, advising the Council that, the Government 11 had made a special grant of £l38 10sfor . repairs to the roads under the Council's - control. -r Aid. C. T. Whiteman desired to know * whether this grant is a portion of the grant of £1,500 for the taking over the roads. j It was decided to have the matter fully gone into at the nest meeting of the Council, and then the whole of the papers in connection with the graint be laid on the table. Letter from the Department of J ustice in forming the Council, that the Local Option Vote would have t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

- x In Memoriam- - ? . Stevens. — In memory of Cecil Stevens, who . , departed this life on* January 28th, - ' 1895, aged 1 year and#| monjas. '' ' . Around the little grave we ift^er, B * ' Till the setting sun is low, * Jf - 3?eeling all our hopes htfokPegrshJl From the flower we cheered #-. Inserted by bis affectionate? mother and father, William and Elizabethfet evens, — — i . 1 1. ... .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE ! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF . COST. Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WR.A£TE$ ; COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING .1895. Evaryone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS — as- per list— can obtain . them by sending to Lever' Bros., Ltd., ,232 Clarence -street, Sydney, SUN-; LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or CQUPONS, 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 SO^AP' will be accepted in lieu oft. the whole wrappers. Half-cloth and Paper! ? Cardboard. Covers.' 50 Sunlight Wrappers 1 Book, or 2 Books. iQO 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?,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or .LIFE BUOY SOAP WRAPPERS soon...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

BELIGIOUS SERVICES, Church of England. Camden -r-at 7.30 a.m. (H, C.) Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J. King Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. 1 Menangle — at 11 a. in, Rev J. P. Russell ( ' Westbrook — at 11 a.m, Mr. G. M. Onslow Theresa. Bark — at 3.30 p.m, Mr. P. W. A. DoWnes Werombi — at 3.30 p.m. Rev 0. J- King Moreton Park — at 3.30 Rev J. F. Russell Wesleyan .Camden — at 11a.m., Rev W Wa.ll Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Glenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. F. Whitemai* Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Rev W . Wall. ; Westbrook— at 2.30 p.m, Mr. B. Procter - *D:«4 ./v« .«-*? O n m A4*i WJ W RlYl».rt. ^ xuiuti— av w » »» ? »* , Campbol'ltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. E, Moore Primitive. Camden— at 11 a.m, Supply Camden— at 7.30 p.m, Hey. R. Mowbray Bob's Rauge— at 3 p.m, RevR. Mowbray ? - Minto— at 7,30 p m, Mr. J. Ashmead Bringelly— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray Roman Catholic Camden— Mass at 11 a.m, evening devotions at 7. 3q

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

t J , Correspondence. (To the Editor.) ? - Dear Sir, — Amongst the atrocious acts ? r -that may be perpetrated by mankind upon * ^dumb -animals, there :;are some that lie i beyond the power of tjie law to atone, some . ?' where God's law is left in marCa.conscience f( to alleviate their sufferings, yet we often ' - 'come in contact with cases where man so - ' degrades himself as to see animals suffer ijj &t torturous deaths beneath their eye, and ? w,V\hin radius of their prevention. Within l.1^. l^nJ. i-Vtn* /loTTrt X O *Y» DrtTiUTT +A Clfo Art iWCli low cic*jfOj JL a uxij uv/ aiaio, OULLIO: of us Have lived to see a hard, cruel, and diabolical treatment accorded to the horses' at the Campbelltown Military Encampment. Last Friday was proved to be one q£ the * , hottest days, on record, yet, out in that broil % ing sun, horses were hobbled, front feet and hind, utterly powerlqss beneath its scorching -rays, till they droped down one by one, in 'j \ the fearful agonies of a s...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

i'T6tes4 . T^here - the rjiin has -gohd deep enough . and. the land- is good; or can bo-made good) farmers ought to . seiz'e tiie present oppor- j ' tuuity to put -in jjro&dcast corn and sorghum; Never was. the country in a worse state to .. .meet a dryorseverfe winter; no hay, or any other -provision exists on any farm in the ,j;rflisfefict. - ^Jiere is time, and only just time,, for, getting in such crops for green feed and ensilag^. _b rost rarely comes . before May, ; i , . so there .are three months of right tempera I^v ture yet, if* only aided ? by.- moisture. This *? s'eems to us to be a matter of such urgent .. , importance that everything else should stand aside till it is done, even if the interval .. should turn out favorable for winter feed, one would complain of over-provisiOn. We deeply sympathise with our dairymen in the loss of much valuable stock and the out U-. .-..-.-lay which- has absorbed their earnings in .- . j/kee^in-g :tlie. rest alive,' and we -do t...

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