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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
District News. . Menangle [FjROM our own coreespondent.] On Monday evening last a surprise arid farewell party was given to Messrs' Kil martin and Mills, in the local hall. Both gentlemen are leaving the district, Mr. | Mills going to . Croydon and everyone here wishes him joy. Mr. Eil- j martin leaving to take charge of the Freez- | ing Works in Camdeia. Of Mr, ICilmartin we can only say that Camden's gain is Menaugle's loss, as a more popular man could not be taken from our midst. The speeches delivered in the evening could not be taken as any criterion of the feeling that was eviuced by one and all During the evening speeches were made by Mr. Hu.thnance, aud Messrs Mills and Kilmartin. In conclusion- all I have to say is that Mr. Kilmartin and family will without the slightest doubt command the esteem of every man with whom they coihe in contact in the new sphere of . life to which they are called/
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
. T , —THE — Camden News, l(In which is incorporated the CAMjDEN TIMES) ; . ) P^KLISHKE) EVERY TH f R S DA Y, 1 V , - — Circulating .extensively throughout the Electorate; of Camden, which is undoubtedly .one of tl\e ?most important and prosperous centres da New South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is the .chief , advertising medium, and for giv;ing publicity -it has .no equal whatever. | 1 Subscription, 2s per .quarter ; or 8s, per annum, ipaid iu advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if ? credit be giVea. Single (Copies 2d. ?- , New -subscribers will ibe received at any -time, ? X tand charged only ftora the date .which :they I . commence; .Subscribers fcan discjpntinue their' . ^subscription at any time;by giving notice, in writing; ito . the office, #nd paying th«;a.mountit»hat itfiay be; «due to the date of discontinuance. ; , \ ADVERTISING-.: — . - Advertisements are .charged at the folloy/iuf? .iJite-per insertion;: — 6d per line up to five lines;! .one iinch, 3s;j every additional inc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
IN ORDER THAT ANY MEOICINE Should achieve the results which it is given to pro dive it imi-i* v tv. inilablc to „iiQ sfcorii .cli. ^ypijEe'ts fcclitu^pa is aud i. ! ? .... Everything i'8 dowA1 iir price at J: Emrrp and Co.* ?*/ Mr; R. H. Iriglis sold at his Camden j&i ds on Tuesday, fat cows' to £4 6's 0d,.fat bull ocks to £4 9s Od, springers to £2 15s Od pigs from 4s 9d to £1, sheep from 4s 10d to 7s 4d, grJipfifs to Ifd. There is a marked improvement in the price' of we!l condition ed cattle. On account of the depressed! times C. .T. Whitemain of Cumberland htfus'e has decided to continue his .®reat Free Tatiff Sale throughout the pnjssent month of February. This genuinelfiflJfifhaAJteeu^ great success. Vast nun^Ms lfave themselves of of the ad^anm^fejgff erayS? v the low prices quoted ; ^63^n?WL0uJffin0t fail to visit C. T. Whitemar/s stores^na obtain thra choice goods; Th^stock Jp tlie largest and best assorted on £ in C^mdeil to chose from, and the stocks are renewed da...
RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
EELI&IOUS '&BBVICE.S. Church of England. „ Oamden— at 7.30 a.m., Litany and address Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J. King. (H; C.) Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. Menangle — at 11 a.m, Mr. A. J. 0. Thompsoxi 'Westbrook — at 7.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Park — at 3,30 p.m, Rev J. F. Kuss'ell Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev O. J. King Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. T. P. Reeve Camden — at 7.30 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray - Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. T. P. Reeve ? Glenmore— at 11 a.m, RevR. Mowbray, Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Westbrook — at 2.30 p.m. Rev R Mowbray Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Beusley Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. W. W. Smart Primitive. Camden — at 11 a.m,' Rev VV Wall Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Kev W. Wall Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Theresa Park — at 7,30 p.m, Mr. H. Dousts Roman Oath olio- ' i Camden — 'Mass at 11 a.m. evening devotions at 7.30 Oaks — Mass at 9 a.m. Upper Burragorang — Mass at 11 a.m.
Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
V/estbrook . ? j.- ' [FilOli OUR OWN COUKESPONDENT.J The dairymen and tanners are all .as . present, busy cleaning out their dams and waterlioles which owing to the long drought liave gone dry; We trust»these waterholes will be shortly refilled. It is a hard time for the dairymen. Venemous reptiles are very numerous in . ? -*/r * 'ni l - ? L!K -i. ~ the district. Mr. A , parley wnne at amner on Monday week was surprised by hearing his fowls making a cry of distress ; on as certaining the cause surprised to find a diaaf adder amongst the fouls, two of which were stung and. died in a few minutes. Adders are rather uncommon of late years. A snake of the carpet species measuring 14feet6 inch, -v was killed by Mr. T., Kelloway and Mr. ?' Hellings at midnight on Monday night. Hell ihgs skinned the snake and purposes, \ sending the skin to England to show what sort of creatures we have to be contended . ' with. : ? V /' ' ? : ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
: i - £%TT '*?' ' 'w 'Registered ? '' ? ? ? ff '$h^' 'at This I ???' ,C v ' Write for the BLUB. BOOK containing the prices of +. . : . y ? W^myp * * Grocery, Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, ? Boots and Ironmongery, ' . : . and Household Bequiaites. POST FREE. Don't he without it. | ' While I live I'll, crow*' ' mwm s d °v -?; ?' TEA— Good Family ??? per lb 9 ???? TEA — Strong liquoring . ?? -- Ijj ^WV TEA— Panyong fine Flavor, ... „ 10 v ; . TEA — Pekoe Flavor, even leaf, -l « , fT5A — TWoh.. Panvonsr and full flavored 1 6 £ b d TEA — Good family, J chest (38 lhB) 10 0 TEA — Strong liquoring, £ chest (4Q lhs) 15 0 TEA — Panyong, fine flavour, inchest (4011)8)1 10 ,0 i I TEA — Rich, full flavour, \ cheat (38 lb) 2 0 Q| ' - * # « i * s*« i . . . \ i e* * ' TEA Gamecock Blend, in lib Tin (irosted tree to any part oi jne uoioi^y; * ' TEA.' Gamecock Blend, (specially blended), in 61b Caddies - 0 TEA. 13 TRA ' 101b Box (full flavoured) and a 70lb Bag Company's No, 1 Sugar „. , £1 0 ,0 ? ^ T...
Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
Forthcoming Engagements Camden Municipal Council : — meets every alternate Wednesdays at 7.30 p. in, 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 : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R; H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden.;''; School or Ahts, Committeh Meeting : — 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 - to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Quarter Sessions, aud District Courts will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th February, 20th May, and 27th October 1896. Camden Cricket Club Engagements. Feb 8 Oaks at Camden , Apvil 4 (Easter Saturday) Leiclihardt . a Camden April 6 (Easter Monday) Callan Park at Camden March 28 Camden v. Mulgoa at Camden Narellan C C fixtures : — Douglas Park at Narellan February 8
Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
' Cawdor. [from tiXJK OWN COEEESPONDENT. J 1 The Cawdor Mutual 'Improvement Asso ciation held their usual monthly meeting in the Wesleyan chapel on Wednesday week last.; The ar,t,endanc« was good, numbering about 60 persons. The programme was not a lengthy one, and the performers acquittal themselves most creditably. . The i?residenc is the right man in the right place, and t Ije (Secretary ' does his work in a business Jike manner. The contributions to the evening's - eu|oymeat were;-7^A duet by Miss'A. and ) E; I)6wle, vfhich was very nicefy given5 indeed. A recitation by Mr. H. Reynolds,' this- young gentleman has a remarkable memory and frequently recites pieces con taining from 50 to 100 verses, he is regarded,;^ as one of the. supports of the Association A song by Mr. Miller. Mr. Miller has an excellent bass voice and his gongs are most highly appreciated; A recitation by Mr. E; Griffiths brought down the house; Mr; Griffiths does no'i attend the meetings very regularly,- but ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
Plough & Happo'w Inn, ^ ' . ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN; ] M. L. HENNESSY jfi having takfcin the jibove llotel froth Mr; W; H. ^'?^vMcDonald, tf usts veith civility and oleanliness oosS \aned, to receive a fair; share of public: patronage Jjoat brand df Wines, Rum, Whiskey, Brands ~ &c., Only kept; ? flL ' j BO ARl) AND RESIDENCE). Mfciils a£ all hours'. First- class stabliiig, &o j Chabgs Modeeath. ! ' Champaign always in Stock. ' S,i- - - — — ^ ; !F3 L B ,. It A. 3D m Commercial Hotel; Camden. '. ;MH,SVA. FKEXGH. (late of Leichliardt, Sydney^ *' This first-class Family Hotel, replete with every 1 possible convenience, and with moderate terms, wiH j in future be conducted in such a manner as to en sure the comfort of every visitor. Only the best of bverything kept in stock. A. trial is respectfully ; solicited. ' Commercial Travellers and Visitors to Cattiden will find evfery home ddmfort. . . - - ? ftlRST CLASS TABLE; The Bar is replete with the best brands of Wi...
LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
LOCAL HOTES r Tfher'e' were only a few small debt casps ?at the Court on Saturday last* The' politie have in their possession a diaper table cloth supposed to have fallen out of a trap or cart. Owner is required. 'Hiss Mi&lUn,- pupil teacher of the 'Camden Public School. rhas recently been transfer®! to- Narellan,- and her brother Mr. George Mitch Karelian hda been ap - ipointed to the ®c^00^ Mrs. ''Henry Xh'om^son- ^ Camden and . Tn wood has we uu j in consideration 'f tMd*press*ff .r-W™ ' the Preat loss of ' Caltla. sustained b» the' t most hberaU * emitted six months',. hevhm , .tenants. ' ' c ; tiWm.ThompaoD, 'D7nt!8t ,,9 '. «&»*?«» «t., Mar Market St., Sydney V 'V* '! uodor ga., chl„rol,J; -- , Tbe; followifig played havtf been chosen to represent Narellan (j. C. against Douglas Park on Saturday next. the 8th February, to start pla';f at f o'clock Messrs. Clissold, WaterWorth, French,- Huhter, A. E. Me^p, E. Moore, B. ftfoot'ej Larkin,' Buttonahaw, McGuire; Emer...
Razorback Range. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
JJazorbapk 3?&ange. Continued. / '[By s. b, M.j :: The -range was originally well clpthed - with' timber of the ordinary kinds, but the trees on the Camden side, from being better ' sheltered, were of finer growth than the - others, and many were garnished with pen- ' dulous bunches of Mistletoe. The demand for billet wood for Sydney has already begun to draw uppn this timber, and the owners are sure, of sale -f or all they .choose to dispose of. This is a profitable .way of clearing the land of fallen timber and of such standing trees ;as are unfit for other uses, as the purchasers : h^ve to do the work. . ; About 20 years ago certain lines of forest ' trees began to die from some mysterious cause. One of these was a belt of 2 or 3 miles wide stretching from West of Abbotsford, Picton, across Jar^isfield and f;Razorback to Menangle % the .disease, or other cause, advanced slowly from West to Bast. I watched its progress and observed that the topmost twigs went first, and, t...
Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
ttfefcfcern Aastrftlisi. 4 The follWing letter was recently received toy Mf i P. J. Detigate, of Mt. Hercules, and .fbeing of much interest at t tie present time, 'fre give it publi6ity. The letter is dated December 28th, 1895 — 'We left Sfdnep in the Ointra,- otf De cember 4th, and had a splendid trip t& Mel j. botitne', the' weather being fine arid c6ol. * : We had more passengers than berths,' tiiany u-jhad to sleep On deck. More rargo and ^mssengers tfere taken sit Melbourne, also .^abotlt a dazefr horses, I pitied the poor ^horses, they had to stand all the wey over ?on,-dec&, - and it was very rough from Adelaide to Freerrfanrle. Albany is a fine 'town, 'with a latfge harbo'tir dotted here and ihete with large granite islands, and the' coast line appears to be bf the same; the harbottr abounds with fish. The tradesmen of Albany are verjr bu3y through so much trade, being done with the goldfiel'ds, and everything ? seefiis flourishing. I should . think from gene...
Camden Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
. Camden Municipal Election- ' ' ' . / ' i Tuesday last was the day appointed to receive the. nominations of those gentlemen ' who seek Municipal honors. There was a fair attendance of ratepayers. The returning* officer Alderman G. F. Furner, presided. The following nominations were duly received. ' 1 ' ^ Alderman J. D. Rankin; nominated by f Messrs. C. T. Whiteman, W. W. McEwan, and J. E. Waterw'orth ;v also nominated by Messrs. F. H. Burne, Alderman G. W. Cleveland, and 0. Y.: Coleman. Alderman W. C. Farner was nominated by Messrs. G. T. Marshall, 1. btevens, ancL W. Whiteman. Alderman E. F. Druitt was nominated by Alderman H. P. Reeves,. Messrs A. J. Bayley and 0. Y. Colepian. ' X Mr. W. F. Peters was nominated by Messrs. C. A. Thompson' and J. A. Salter. Mr. H. Moore was ? nominated by Messrs.. J.'p!E. Waterworth and F. Goodwin. *. ' 'Mr.1 J. Franklin was nominated byMessrr;. N. A. Whiteman .and W. Brasher. Mr. W. R. Cowper and Mr. W. Whiteman were nominated for the position of ...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 February 1896
Notes. In the present issue of this journal, appears &nbsp; the report of the Annual Meeting of the School of Arts. On the whole the report is a most satisfactory one, and the main feature, that of finance, has been carefully studied during the past trying twelve months, &nbsp; consequently the management of the School of Arts must be congratulated on their &nbsp; excellent management. The Committee of &nbsp; the School or Arts, are all well known names ; gentlemen who know the requirements of the district and whose interest in the Institution leaves no shadow of doubt, and farther, that, &nbsp; they would vastly improve the importance &nbsp; and educational aims of the Institution if &nbsp; &nbsp; funds were available. One of the chief &nbsp; points of discussion at the meeting (badly represented by the subscribers) was the irregular payment of subscriptions by some members, and as farther quoted in the &am...
Camden Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
? Cawden Couiioil Meeting Z' ? . Pie usual foisinightly meeetfetg of . this Council was] held at the .Council Chambers oni!^e-lpieaday the 5th inst. ?Present;: The Mayor (Aid. J.. D. Rankin), Aldgrmen W- Fwaei;, H. P. Reeves, G. -Cleveland, G. F. Furner, J,. Frier,, 0. T. Whiteman, and E. G. Griffiths. jLetter of apology was received for, the, absence of Ald.JS. F. Druitt' on acooimt of illness. '? ' The minutes of the previous meeting of -the Council were read -and confirmed.. Correspondence. ^ Jjetter from Mr ,T. Frankin complaining of a nuisance caused by .the ni«'ht soil cart tieing placed so close to his residence. .''The Mayor -said tbe Council .should have & (yar£ .of its own w heroin to store thepla,nt ,of the Municipality. It -was decided on the motion of Aid. G. F. Furner, that -the Nuisance Inspeotoir visit rtjhe premises of Mr FranMin, and report to ;the CouneUat their next , meeting. # The following accounts ware .received and ! ?passed for payment, — M. Kelly, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OP COST. l Sunlight Soap OR f 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 JjlGrHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post jigeor carriage . W ith the wrappers or coupons enclose ?full name and address — numbers of wrappers and . -the book or boobs required. The top part of wrapper, including the line ' SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the ' whole wrappers. Half-cloth ? and Paper ?50 Sunlight Wrappers 90 Sunlight Wrappers 135 Sunlight Wrappers ISO Sunlight Wrappers Cardboard. Covers. 1 Book or 2 Books. 2 Books or 4 Books. 3 Books or 6 Books. 4 Books or 8 Books. NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergyjnen, Schoolmasters ' ;and Sunday-school Teachers may form ' Book ?Clubs,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LIFE BUOY SOAP WRA...
Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
Narellan [from oub own correspondent.] We now have much brighter prospects for ^ the winter for we have had fine rain since Friday. On that day we had a heavy ehower lasting about half an hoar during which 75 , pointa of rain fell, and on Saburcjay e^eningf ? a- steady rain set in and -then showers finished ' fE on Monday evenings The grass i a be -. ginning to spring and pasture will soofi be abnndant. Wo have had nearly 2 inches. The next meeting of the Narellan Literary and 'Mutual Improvement Society will be be, held on Friday next at 8 p.m. The .subject for debate is 'Is the fixing of a ^minimum wage beneficial to the wage -j| earners-' T. H. Wosson will open in : the affirmative while Mr. J. Mitchell will ?take the negative view of the question. Visitors to the meeting are cordially wel comed, and this week a general question will be under discussion. ' ? Sir Henry Parlies has decided to contest the Waverley electorate, he informed a a deputation that though he would rather no...
Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
Bob's Range. [From our own correspondent.] On Saturday, last the long looked for rain appeared and continued at intervals » until Tuesday refreshing the green herbage and putting a more prosperous look on the grow ing crops, though the early crops are two far in advance to be much benefited. The late maize crops will undoubtedly be the '' . best in this portion of the district, if the frost does not appear too early. The cattle are also improving in condition and future prospects are beginning to look brighter. The existing fruit, crops areextremely light and small owing to the continued drought. The following copy of a letter has been received from the General Post Office Depart- . ment in reference to the postal arrangements of Bob's Range : — Sydney, 30th January, 1896. With reference to your letter dated 22nd instant, forwarding petition from the residents of Bob's Range, for the continuance of receiving office there and of the mail service, I am directed to inform you that the ...
District News. Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
District News. Cawdor. FBOM OUR OTOT COEBESPONDKNT-l On Sunday, light rain fell here, but, the weather became fine about noon, early oa , Monday splendid rain again 'fell. The farmers are now more hopeful. Regarding the dairy industry in this locality little can be 'said of it. : The' story which the dairy farmers tell here' is not a pleasant one. The present season has been most disastrous to some of them. The feed has been scorched up, and some have had to buy feed for their herds. The loss in cattle, however has not been greuf, hut the price of milk has been rather low. The complaint ? of the dairy farmers is I believe,, that the dairy farmers business is over done, at any rate there has been no profit in it. . It appears that the young sugar has had a most injurious effect on some of the cattle in this neighbourhood. A short time a«o through this cause Mr. E! Dengat e lost three of his best' cows, Mr. Dengate has had a stroke of bad luck lately. He has not only lost the above co...
Razorback. [Continued from our last issue.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896
Razorback. By J. B. M. [Continued from our last issue.] Captain Fitzroy and his brother George, with some ' Sydney hounds, occasionally hunted over these hills for native dogs and kangaroo, when a few local gentlemen used to join them; they had fair success. There were a few deer, which were supposed to be the increase of some that had escaped from an enclosure at the old cottage at Oamden Paris . I never heard of more than seven, but they were continually stalked till they were killed off; the last chat I heard of them was of a white one, that sometimes fed with Mr. Dabinet's cattle , at the Greenhills, probably from .the want of more congenial companions. A very fine herd of Timor ponies belong ing to Camden Park took to these hills and spread to The Oaks, they were so nimble and difficult to deal with that they had to be got rid of, they were very handsome, very active, and great weight carriers, and, with the addition of a few blood stock, made a great sale day at Camden Park., ...