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SELECT POETRY. Too much Politics [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

SELECT POETRY. Too much Politics /?a; ,vvv-;.'vFrpni Monday morning till Saturday rii^hfy ?; ; From dawn to darkaud from dark to light, Australians blither and blather andskite . On politics ! When times jret bad, as thay sometimes naiuat; We never do anything, only rust,- ? ' And pin our faith, and our hope and trust - r ' On politics ! We sisrh nnrl t.liinlr wTior. liovo Wn . ? . If wheat were high and the grass wpre greeti . . * But never do anything, c/nly lean v- : ? . On politics! ^ . ... ' . ?- .,v feut faith in politics won't succeed, ; saved by Dibb.or Reid, ?: ? self- reliance ia what we need ;? Hang politics ! L. - — Orange Liader.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Twenty-four reasons why Camden should have a Water Supply. (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

~ Twenty-four reasons why Camden should have a Water Supply. [By an Alderman. J ?'???.(Continued from our last issue.) 17. Because, tho patriotism of pfropertv aerfl should prevail-^ they as a rule being llie only persons who oppose Such, schemes, ? y they forget the security it gives to their -? - property, and the enhanced value to all pro perty whether improved ; or otherwise they seem not to be aware that they are the ?people most benefited by the advancement of —a town, to which a public water supply con tributes most of all. 18 Because, no ratepayer in any town in vthe colony would wish to save his water rate 'by the withdrawal of a public Water Supply -finm Hi a linnaa r»r nffav nnno aninir. ing the comforts, pleasures and conveniences as well as the indemnity from fire secured » by i's presence. ? - - 19. Because, the opponent of this or any I .other similar. scheme in any town of equal 'importance with Camden, ; cannot put before ijhe, public rational grounds or motives for...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Ths ? Commercial Banking, Company ^ ? ? ' of Sydney, Ltd ^ The usual h^lf-yearly meeting of share holders was held in Sydney on Friday last. The. report and balance sheet submitted wa & of an emhientiy satisfactory character. The- credit balance of profit aad loss account amounted to no less than £53,961 osib of wbi-ih the directors declared a dividend of the rate of eight per eefit, per annum for the half year absorbing £39,226 the 'baianoe of £14,734 being carried forward. Ifc was an nounced, that of the new capita? called up amounting to £400,000 only £4T98 remftio^d unpaid, although ? the last instalment of .-680,000 is not. yet due. The .chairman announced in moving th& adoption of tho report that the Capital and jR6serves,of the bank now amount to the large sum of three millions and ten thousands, pounds, sterling as against two millions -and. thirty thousand pounds on the ^lst Deeotnber 1.8,92.. Not- , withstanding the lar«:e paj'men^s ma'le tho deposits actua...

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

. ^ - Under. the -distinguished . patronage . of His Majesty : . i . fthe King of Italy, as per .communication made by :t --the Minister for/Foreign Affairs, through the Con vSul-General for ; Italy at Melbourne, -14th March, 1 1878. Awarded 'Diploma at the. Amsterdam Ex-; jitibition. l*s* ^Acknowledged by Medical Clinics 1 - ? omversities all over the Globe. Theie are imitations of.Eucalypti Extract in the - ,. market, products. of simple distillation, forming; ?„ v crude, redinous oile. In order thatj-these, crude oils ' ,may not bo 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, -1878, we ???take : — V It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics -©? the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macojogy at, Bonn, and Professor Dr....

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

iWersmbi. [Fkom our. own Correspondent.] v- . jx mosc enjoy a Die clay was spent ,at '?Werombi on Monday last, a.large.gathering .of the parishioners assembling early in the .day. The weather was particularly favor-; y able for such a holiday. During the day a --cricket match was played between the Mul igoa C.C. and a team of the Werombi iresiderits, .captained by Mr. F. Hayter, but *T1 m fn«n nL..vtm +1* a /StVl A i LJLL v7 ViCll'UlO J^IUV CU UUU OliUJUg J.UA 5 UJLL v aLI. w JJ-l iteatn, the game resulting in a one-innings ^defeat. The utmost good-fellowship -was ...evidenced throughout ..the proceedings, $nd :? ,all the ? arrangements passed off w-§llvto the ;great credit of those who had the manage ment. In addition to the cricket match, . games and races for ?:? the children were - ^ndulfjed;in during the aiternoon. Tea was .served in the buiidingvnext to Sb, Barnabas' .^Church, to which a large number sat down. In the evening, a.concert was held in the ?; ..same building, the R...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Garden Party and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Garden Party and Poncert. In pursuant to announcement in this journal, the Garden Party, in connection with the Wesley an body, was held last Fri day on Onslow Park, when the shelter of the big shed was made use of by those present. On previous occasions, the 'Garden Parties were largeiy patronised, and enjoyed by visitors, but on Friday the intense heat' militated against the success of what would, under cooler conditions, have been a mostj enjoyatue social gathering. Despite the foarful drawback, the ladies worked with commendable will and ^cheerfulness, and did. all tbey could to promote the comfort and happiness of those who were trying in vain to keep cool and satisfy thirsty throats. Ice was freely used in connection with cordials, sold on the ground, ^Although provisions and fruits— provided by lady members of the Wes^'an congregations — were temptingly, laid out on long tables, but very few of the visitors had anything approaching a fair appetite. Dry throats demanded liquid...

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Camden Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

Canute .Municipal Election No apology is needed on our jparfc for bringing prominently before the ratepayers those gentlemen who been submitted ; themselves for municipal hotiours. , Six candidates will appeal to those who have the power to elect, and it will be the duty of ratepayers to choose three good men aad true. Mr. J. D, Rankin has just completed his , firsf. farm nf ar\A umu ' UJ.UJ Wliu . face his masters. Although not a ^speaker, he is possessed of good sound common sense, and has always made his ideas explicit in few plain words. He is a staunch advocate of water supply for Camden, and his views on matters municipal have always been fearlessly made. On retirement of Alderman N.oakes towards .end of last year, he was elected to the proud position .of Mayor. Mr, W, C. Furner has just completed his second terra .of office, and devoted a good deal of his time to the interests ,of rate payers. He is opposed to a water scheme, He would render more service in the Council, if he...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

; Bnngelljr/ ?[_Fnoar our ow;n Correspondent ] ' Sijice my last the continued heat has beeij almost unbearable, the thermometer register? ing very high, at times reaching to 115 in the shade; the heat has never been known by the oldest inhabitant to be so intense ; but I am happy to .state that no fatalities have resulted here, as m otlier places. The grape crops, which promised so well in the earlier part of the season, are any thing but first-class though the heat, and . the early corn will not do much good. We were blessed with a change last week, and on Saturday and Sunday nice showers fell, 'which has already altered the aspect of things, the grass especially showing a different color, Mr, F, Anschau, one of the oldest inhabit ants of this district, and who has been ???? ., ailing for some time from an internal com- - ;]| plaint, .died on Thursday, aged 66, and was :| buried on Saturday on his own proporty at .:l\ Luddenham. The funeral was numerously attended by the relatives ...

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

District News. Menangle, fpHOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.} The first general meeting of the Menans-lo Philharmonic Society was held in the locil hall on Thursday the 16rh insfcMnt, Mr. Bosworth presiding. The hnn. trensu q made a statement showing that tho finances , of the sac.iety were in a, souud condition, and' ' ; that a credit balance of .between sev^n and ' eight pounds was being carried forward jo the new year. The hon. secrGtary?s rej o t stated that at its foundation the s(-ciety had thirty five members but. thia total had been ' - increased to forty two, and that groat pro gress had been made under the able tuiiiou of Mr. Bosw-nth. A concert was held in October last and proved both a finaucial a'd Buujtti uurmg me niscu^sion wnuti#. ? followed the reading of the report it was ' mentioned that there was like'y to^be -a ' serious falling off of the number of members , . : owing to various causes, but to counteract ? this it was decided to relieve members from . -? / the payment...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 January 1896

LOCAL NOTES It was decided at the adjourned public meeting held on Tuesday last at the School of Arts Mr. W. R Oowper, J.P., in the . chair, to hold the Fancy Fair in aid of the Carrington (Convalescent Hospital on the. last Thursday., Friday and Saturday in April . The following residents of Camdeu have 'been duly nominated. Messrs. J. D. Rankin, : W. C, Furner, E. F. Druitt, W. F, Peters, » H. Moore, and J. Franklin, The first three % gentlemen are the retiring Aldermen, The following members of the Camden C. C. have been selected to play against Narellan C, {/.. on Saturday next 1st : 1 February on Recreation ground, play to com mence at 2 p.m. viz : — Messrs Armytage. y Bugden, Devlin, Dowle, Farendon, Hopson., ^ King, H. Moore. McEwan, A. & H. Russell, ? x Emergency R. Harris. ' The No. 2 Company (Camden) of Mounted Rifles returned from their encamp ment at 'Campbelltown on Tuesday night, With the exception of a Blight accident to Staff .Sergeant Lacy, and a mishap to t...

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

Forthcoming Engagements Camden Municipal Council : — meets .every alternate Wednesdays a,t 7. 30 p.m, the Council Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and' on Thursdays from 7 .to 9 a.m. ' Auction Sales j — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, - ' etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Iuglis' Sale Yards, Camden. R. H. Inglis^ — Sale household furniture at sale yards Camden Tuesdsy the 28th instant, after produce 'sales. ' ' School op Aets, Committee Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday .and Friday evenings fro^n 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 February, 20th May, and 27th October 1896. Camden Cricket Club Engagements. February 1 Narellan at Camden „ 8 Oaks at Camden April 4 (Easter Saturday) Leichhardt .a Camden April .6 , (Easter Monday) Cal'lan Park at : Camden ~ March 28 Camden v. Mulgoa at Canideq Nabellan C C fixtures, ? — .Camden at Camd...

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

IT IS BOTANIC AND SURE. Wolfe's Schnapps healthfully stimulates without exciting, and exerts a regulating as well as a .tonic 'influence. A void imi tations.

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

rpHE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF A CAMDEN, Alderman J. D. Rankin, Alderman W, C. Furner,^^ J Alderman E. F. Dr.uijlv\ / andothw^lr f Will address the Electors A the School of Arts on THURSDAY E^NING the -6th FEBRUARY. at 8 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

May and December are opposite months. Price but quality & flavor Oj are synonomous terms ? for the 'Hampden' : Cigarettes. ,

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

Cricket, ;- Narellan met Camden on Saturday last on Onslow ' Park in a friendly game of cricket, and the result was a draw, time not permitting of the match being finished — although there was only one wicket on the visiting side_ to fall. The fielding of the Camden team was very bad. Scores: — Camden. --Deylin, b Waterworth .41 ; Hopson. c Hunter b A. IE Moore. 23 ; Farendon, c Buckle b A. E. Moore 0 ; Russell, b Clissold 0 ; King, c Inglis b Bretton 36; Moore, b Waterworth 2; - Dowle, b E. Moore 10 ; Armit£ge, o Buckle b French. 0; H. McEwau, l.b-w. b Williams 11 ; A. McEJwan, run out 5 j Bugden, not out 13. Sundries 12. Total 15^-. ' N arellan French, b Hopsou 3'; 'Hunter h.o.w. b Russell 31 ; Bretton h.o.w., b Hopson 1 ; Wafcerworth, ci A; McEwan, b Bugden 15* B. Moore, b Bugden 3j Buckle, c A. McEvaij b Russell 1; Hanger, b Russell 3; E. Moore, c Farendon b Bugden 10 ; A. 35. Moore, not out 15 ; Clissold, c Devlin b Bugden 1 ; Williams, not out 11. Sundries 3. Total foi? 9 wick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

CARRINGTON . ' CONVALESCENT liOSPITAL ?FANCY PAIR will be held on tiie last THURSDAY, FRIDAY ?& SjyfcURDAY ^3rd, 5J4th an/24m j APliwf* A MEETING of Ladips/and Gentlemen 1 will be held at the ftfPfNTED &IFLE '.DRILL HALL on Friday f the 14th inst. at 8 p m. | ,Tl«e appointmeht of Stall Holders and . . btlier business. ; ^Subscriptions, Contributions, Goods, &c, - . thankfully received by the Matron of the \ B ospital. Goods can be left at Mr. G. Y'oang, Hair - dresser, Argylo Street, Camden; J. D. RANKIN, Hon. Sec. 'TMPOUNDED at Burragoraiig on 2/tli day o £?* J^uary, 1896, from C^rLmffowu^ by Patrick ? . ' : ,o n ; white steer, brandedjtEfnec!# rump, 8 on thigh,- notch outoff ear. 'White IdSfer /'anded JB off ri\ilip, stumpy tail, age aboiiK^ 3 fc&nij**. If not will he sold at thi^PottedJat^MAii on the 13th day of February, 1896. jf W ANTED — ,T° rent 6r purchase a FARM . i t 200 aeres to 500 acres. ?, Apply J'. Z. MELROSE, 'Camden News' Office &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

? f. r B iHE BERRIMA DISTRICT AO-RICULTURAL i HORTICULTUEAIv & INDUSTRIAL SOOHETy. The Thirteenth iNNUAL SHOW will DEFINITffljY ba/hold ou th.e Show Ground} YALE, On MAlfcTT vbtn, «Ha, .aud 12th, 1896 Entries close at 6 ram. on March 2nd.' ohedulea and Enup? Forms will be forwarded oil ?' ::j j'.YBo, ; Hon., Sect etary, Moss T al ?

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Our regards to Mr. Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

Our regards to Mr- Russell. The writer of these lines hereby tenders to Mr. Clark Russell the assurance of his thanks and appreciation- I have always loved sea stories, and 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 ne Knows aoouc ; not uy many I degrees of latitude. Iu his lusfc 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 iu a [it ; aud all the while my brain was as healthy as he healthiest that ever filled a human skull, and lothing was wanted but a musketry of cauomel )ills to dislodge the fieud, &c., &c. [?] In his ...

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Occasional Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

Occasional Notes. (By Hard up.) In 1895 we experienced the coldest winter known in Cam den for the last half century, and now in 1896 we are having a taste of the beat that His Satanic Majesty is supposed to enjoy. The present summer, however, is put down us the hottest yet recorded. If we are to believe the stories from the Never Never Country, our summer is comparatively miid compared with the' place named. Water is boiled by being simply placed out iu the sun in a vessel for 20 minutes. Beef placed on a gridiron becomes cooked in a few minutes in the sun, Residents stay in the water all day , and come out at night when it gets deliriously cool. Provisions are cooked aud eaten at night time ! ! ! For tunately, our residents are not so circum stanced, for there would be no water for them to hide in. During very hot weather, nearly every body's mind is fixed on the Camden Ke frigerating Works, An intense longing for ice seizes one, and at all risks big lumps of frozen water aie made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896

? SANDER & £ ONS EUCALYPTI EXT &ACf Under the distinguished patronage of His Mujesty -? thejKing of Italy, as peiv eoittmunication made by t theiiMffittister for Foreign through the Cor, - ?? sulf-'Greneral for Italy at 'Melbourne,- 14th March, .1878. Awarded Diploma &£ the Amsterdam Ex i hibition. IRS9 Acknowledged! by Medical Cliriioa' omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti? Sxtra'ct in' the - market, products of. simple distillation,- forming . crude resinous oils. In order tfrat; fh'es'e Crude oiltf v may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti . Extract, ?whieh is recognised by the' liafedical division -of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure - origin, as per information forwarded to us through ?the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd MsfcMft,' 1878'/ we itake : — ; ; It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and' Greifs;raM' (Prussia), 1 and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Fhar imao...

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