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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Oricket. Camden played The Oaks on Saturday last on the Recreation Ground. The rseult was a draw, greatly in favor of Oamden. Scores: — CAMDliN. — Hopson., not out 62 ; Moore, b Farley 0 ; Farendou, b Farley 7 ; French, b Farley 0 ; King, c Farley b Nichols -n 31 ; Devlin, not out 53. Sundries 3. Total for four wickets 156. THE OAKS.— J. Devitt, l.b.w. 22; Jones, c King b Russell 33 ; Littlewood, b Farendon 4 ; Farley, b Hopson 1; Jas Devitt, b Hopson 2: Guerin, b Russell I ; Nicholson, l.b.w. b Russell 4 ; Dunn, c Hopson b King 9 ; McEvoy, rnn out 13 ; Willis, not out 1. Nine wickets for 106, j Narellan beat Douglas Park on Saturday last by one run. Scores : — NARELLAN. — Hunter 14, B. Moore 11, Water worth 0, E. Moore 35. A. E. Moore 7, Roy 0, Clissold 7, Buttenshaw 14, Williams 4, McGuire 0, Larkins 1. Totol 93. DOUGLAS PAKK. — Leape 6, Starr 3, Scuely 3, Rudd 30, Kenniff 0, Reid 23, Yardy 10, Hughes 8, Lewis 0, Murphy 0, Cate 2. Byes 7. Total 92. The Camden Alberts met the Cawdo...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Correspondence. It must be distinctly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of our correspondents^ although we are glad to publish letters.

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Lawn Tennis A match was played on Saturday, last between the Camden Union Tennis club, and the Harris Park club, on the ground of the latter. The game resulted in a win for Camden by five games, the scores being 37 against 32. The members of the Camden team speak very Highly of the excellent treat ment and the courtesy shown to them by the Harris Park club. The players were, Camden, Cowper, Dr. , Morton, Hughes, Thomas. Harris Park, Davey (2), Shand, Hughes.

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Local Option. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Local Option. (To the Editor.) Sir, — In agreement with the limited Local Option power doled out to- the ; people of the ; colony, a vote was taken, in our town last ? week. The scanty number of voters, and the sixteen informal, show the unsatisfactory character ofthe measure ; but : at present I am chiefly concerned with the twenty-five (25) who voted for additional licenses within our Municipality. Would you kindly allow me, Mr. Editor, through your columns to ask these gentlemen to state the grounds upon which they deem such increase ex pedient or necessary. Failing, to justify the character of their votes, would they assist me to justify their personal endowment with the franchise. , . . W: WALL. Camden, Feb. 11, 1896. ;

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Camden Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Camden Council Meeting A special meeting of the Council was held last evening (Wednesday). Present : Alder men H. P. Reeves, G. Cleveland, G. F. Furner and James Frier. The newly elected Aldermen, J'. D. Rankin and E. F. Druitt were also present . Letter of apology was received for the absence of Alderman W. C. Furner. The minutes of the last meeting of tbe Council were read and confirmed. The object of this special meeting of the Council was to elect a Mayor for the ensuing year. Alderman H. P. Reeves proposed tbe election of Alderman J. D. Rankin as Mavor for the ensuing year. Alderman Rankia had taken up the duties left by Mr. Noakes at a very unsettled time, he had, however, ful filled the position with satisfaction to the whole of the Aldermen, and had carried ont the duties with entire satisfaction. He was certain that Alderman Rankin was par ticularly suitable to the position. Alderman J. Frier seconded the motion and spoke highly in favor of the appointment of Alderman Ranki...

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Remission of Rents. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

: Remission of Rents. Sir,— -It was with exceeding pleasure I noted in' your liast issue that a certain land proprietor had relieved her tenants of the last six months rent. Fearing that rents are struck, in many instances, upon good, rather than medium years ; knowing that no arts of husbandry have been able to coax a larger return from the ground than the seed for more than six months, .and being an eye and [ ear witness of the sore distress of many tenant farmers, and also many on the halves, .' noble men, honest toilers, grieved at heart f that they cannot furnish greater comfort to - wife and children, and meet ? their rental obligation. I feel that even the rains of Monday are not more timely- than the gracious and seasonable act of the true lady in question. . ' MERCY; Camden, Feb. 11, 1896. , - ? . ? .-.J — ? ? , w - ^ J A . f « ? ' ' An aerolite passed over Madrid on* Mon day night with a vivid glare, followed a^ter ' the lapse of a few seconds by a terrific ? report, which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

FEW CONNOISSEURS Are there whose judgment is valuable in the taste and selection of liquors. This choice few all con cur in favoring Wolfe's Schnapps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

SA&DER & SONS : I&CA'iiYP#! M^HAO'T Undey the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the J£ing of Italy, as per commiiriication ma'de by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through -h'e Con-' sal'General for Italy at Melbourne, 14ffi March, 187 8,- Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. I*8 9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ^a'a oiifversities all over the Globfe'. Thefe are imitations' of Eucalypti distract in the Market, products; of simple distillation, forming crude redfnous oilsv In order that Dbfese crude oils may not be taken for our Pure YoTa'tile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the nodical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded fo us through the Consul at Melbourne! 2nd March,1 1878, we take: — It is proved by tests m'ade by the Medical CliHics of the Universities at BoriiV arid GreifsWaid (Prussia), and -eported by , Dr. Sn'ufe, PtofdsSbr' of Phar macology at Bonn, and Prbfessoi...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

LOCAL ROTES Bain commenced to fall in Camden on Sunday morning last, and has continued on and off to the time of our going to press. Up to mid-day to day (Thursday) 146 points fell at the Camden Post Office. The twelve months drought may now be said to have completely broken, as the rains have been general throughout N.S.W. Such welcome news individually benefit every man, woman, and child in the country ; for recent months everyone has been overwhelmed by the sense of dread and peril for the absence of 'moisture. The last continuous rains of a beneficial character fell in Camden on the 28rd of January of last year (1895), a little over twelve months ago. We have on the best of authority to state that in all probability there will be another Municipal Election ere long. Mr. Alderman H. P. Reeves is likely to resign his position . as Alderman at an early date. y Special Purchase of Men's Suits at 12s 6d J. Harris and Coy.. Camden. * (j J* The Camden Branch of the British and [Foreign...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

, ;-p'pteS.'- t:. It is always most unpleasant words, and.it is also most painfuL to state unpleasant facts, especially so when . . it affects tlie poor and suffering-io: ourJ.midst:r It is, however, necessary that this. -fact - should be made known however much it may Uy wound or hurt our -feelings^ 'Porho^i4iain.jr-. ' months past the district' in which we -live has been sorely tried by Providence ; and Nature in all its loveliness has. suffered from the want of beneficial rain, -and as a consequence, those -who immediately: rely on the fruits of the soil, have been compelled to ?husband their resources, and do without the employment of extra labour. The district of Camden has thus suffered acutely as few know, and the poorer classes feel, the pinch to such a degree that very few indeed haive any conception of. In few words we un ' f ortunatly have to report, that, in our midst there is great suffering. These words have ;? ' not been written without thoughtvand with ' out first ma...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. Thanksgiving Hymn. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

: ORIGINAL POETE7. Thanksgiving Hyma. Nbwtheev6r welcome rain Hias come to gladden us agaiii, ? Long we've hoped for, prayed for ev6il £\5r the gentle rain from. Heaven-. Now the downcast heart is glad, They are joyful who oilce were sad, And once where desert waste was seen, ' Now with verdiant grass is green. Praise the giver o? the shower, iFor He helps lis every hour, „He who marks the sparrow fail Sends the rain to gladden all. S. V. Bk Camden.

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Camden School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Camden School of Arts* A. meeting of the Committee of this insti tution was held on Tuesday evening, The Rev 0. J. King M.A.,was voted to the chair. The object of the meeting was for the election of officers for the 'ensuing year. The following gentlemen were elected — President, Mr. J. G.'Harris; Vice Presidents, Mr. W. R. Oowper, and Alderman G. F. Furner; Hon. Treasurer, Rev 0. J. King. Library Committee, Dr. Bell, Mr.: A. D. Little, and Mr. A. E. Devlin. Hall Com mittee, Mr. W. Whiteman, Mr. E. Henry and Mr. J. G. Harris. Owing to the election of Rev C, J, King to the office of Hon Treasurer a vacancy occurred on the committee. Mr. W. .McEwari's name coming first on the list of committeemen elected at the annual meet ing was appointed. The question of the appointment of a librarian a:;d caretaker was adjourned to the next meeting ofthe Committee. ? ; ,

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Local Option Vote [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

?I, Local Option Vote ? Tho Local ...Option .V ote for the , Municipal District of Oamden Was ' taken on Friday last; at -the same time as the election of Aldermen. The following was the result arived at : — ; Division A.-^Shall any new . Publican's Licenses be granted In favor 25 in respect of premises . situated f within the above Municipality f for a period of three yetirs J Against 91 from this date ? , . , Division B.-— Shall any re movals of .Publicans Licenses'} In favor 43 be granted in respect of pre- r mises situated within the above t Municipality for the period of J Against 70 three years --from this date ? Informal 16.

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

Forthcoming Engagements. . Camden Municipal Council : — meets every alternate Wednesdays at 7 30 p.m, the Oouncil Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 a.m. Meeting re Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair : — at Drill hall, Friday the 14th inst. at 8 p.m, Revision Court: — (Camden and Campbelltown division) at Court House, Camden, Saturday 21st March at 10 a.m. . Auction Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. R H Inglis : — at sale yards, Camden on Tuesday the 18th inst., fat cattle and sheep Camden Dairy Coy : — Special general meeting, School of Arts, Friday, February 28 at 3.30 p.m. School op Arts, 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, and District Courts will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th February, 20th May, and 27th October 1896. Cam...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

? ? ? ' 1 $k7T:: RELIGIOUS . SERVICES. ,, ..;? Church of England, w/ ?; Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev J. F. Ruasell. Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev 0. J. Kifag. ' Menangle — at 11 a.m, Rev 0. J. King Westbrook— at 7.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell 1 . Theresa Park — at 3.30 p.m, Rev 0. J . King (H,C.) ? Werombi— at 3.30p.m, Mr. J. Lakeman Cobbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev G. H. Allnufct Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, ,BevG. H. Alluutt Narellan— at 7.30 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt Wesleyan. Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev W Wall , Camden— at'7. 30 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall ?G-lenmore — at 11 a.m, Mr. W. Smart Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Westbrook — at 2 30 p,ni. Mr, W. Smart Picton— at 3 p.m, Rev W. J. Davis Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Primitive. Gamden — at 11 a.m, Mr. J. Ashmead Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Mr. G. Tolhurst Bob's Range — at 3 p.m, Mr. G. Tolhurst ^ Menangle — at 3 pm, Rev R. Mowbray Minto— at ,7.80 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Bringelly — at 11 Rev. R. Mowbray ? Roman Catholic.. Cam...

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Another tall Snake Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

.Another -.tall Snafee .Yarn. ? The following ?' true ' snake story is. told ftoy George Ulyett, the Yprb shire cricketer t— We \were playing at Cpotamundra, and ;I jwas in the deep field, A-ball waslJiit some where in my, direction, but to uiy surprise. it ?suddenly disappeared. I ran up -just in time see a great snake about six feet long dis appearing down a hole. 1 said ' shoo' and grabbed him by the tail. . He hauled and I ]'haule-3, but at last ;he b?at toe. Thep.rhe ? .suddenly appeared at another ihole close by ? with the ball in -hi^ mouth. I.ihappened to 'have a. batting ^glove j.n my pocket, and threw it at the snakp, who dropped the»ball , r.and. fastened on to the glove. \Mooik up the * fball, and -wPi run the ,njan put( as ..^asily^as ' 4 possible;' il'he rjin ojit-is gop4*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

, n!NHE BERRIMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL i hoFvTigultura; \. & industrial . society. The 'Thirteenth ANNUAL SHOW DEFINITELY he lield ou'ttye Show Ground, JVlOSd YALE, Ou MARCH 10th, 11th, . and 1.2th, 1896 , u . ? ' ? ' ' i Entries close at 6 p.m. on March 2nd. *??? Scheduler aiul Etui y Fom's 'will'bc1 forwarded ou - Applieation' - - J - '- t ? i ?.'I., J. YEO, j ? - ' . . ? r . . . Hon. dewjtrtrv, . . ' «? ? ? ? ? ? » 1 ? ' '? 1 ' lKos Yu. j J^- .0 - T' .|I (G --E : AN'JvST.RAtf .CATTLE found on the! IRrkham sEstpte , .will.be impounded. ;H. MeKEI^LAiR ' T, H.BQSWORTH TEACHER QF IJIAN6, \VIPLIN £INfiI$'G ( , {ViBitf Oamden w.eelfjy.; , : Agppt andvPiahp T-uper ifpr W4 H; ,Paling And Co;. Addrp.3s. care, pf -Mrs Jfaw, -Hazijl xTfil^a, |Hill Stcpet, (J^rodeiH. .. . , . . ? : T) BIGKS— jForlSale at The Qaks, at.. a, reasonable i£- '^ate; Apply ANGELO' COLOMB0,Tbe Oaks. -V y': ' ; ' Ifr,. T. ;i BURGEON , DENTIST. Mq.y iba . consulted at .Mrs. JSTEYV^S, -Hill ' street, Camden, dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

'Don't jump hastily ?' .at .conclusion?; ? : ? ! ? Price v qiiii ) l«3^ . or — \ Give the 'Hampdefi''-' Cigarettes - ? ? a triaL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

lOur ^gar^s tojMr- |feiss|5i. ? 'iXbe ' wr'iter^pf these lines, hereby tenders JpjMr.i' i Clark Russell the \,u'esui^npe. of ;;Jhis .f hanks, apd {. appreciation . ;I; have ahviiys loved^sga.stories,; and,' ?y.tijpsV'ot ' Rtr. :;RusseU. stolid, at tlie,.head of their ?..class., Hrpjui 'The Wreck, of tbe-Gtosvegipr' to List, Ye Ivhaye read. them all. Yet - salt, water,, and the things tbereon.-j.ind therein, are lvrot ihe oiijy thiogS/ih.e kyovys abpAut;;not by many .-'degrees of lt»titu(le. ; ? In liis h-sfc.;book-/he ipak.es a sa^r talk thus : 'I vhaye suffei ^d.fr.pm jhe liyer -in my. time, and kq&w - owiiat it;.|8. .to have .felt,-, mad. I -. say I have. £no.v|r.n ? t-iiM-nients'\ylien i,. , could scaice restrain myself ftypji 1 bieakiug windows, kicking at the fhinq of all w|jo . nppi dache'd ..me, ' knockjng my h'ead against tjie ?.Mall, yelling ..-with tiievypll of one. w^io. drops in a r, fi t; ; and ,,y1ll;y.iije#AyhiWn)y. brain, was as henlthy. as jjje l;eal,%i.est ...

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Cruelty to a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

' Cruelty to a Sorse. At the Camden Police Court on the 4th instj before Messrs J. K. Chisholm,.C. Furner and F. Burne. John Hideout of W^rombi, was charged with cruelly illtreating a horse 'by beating it with a whip. From the -eviclence adduced by two witnesses,' who saw the offence, it was shown that, the case was of a very bad nature,- the poor aniimal ?was so beaten uuder the flanks, that the skin was very much broken and swollen and one shoulder was much bruised from the spur, and one eye of the horse apparently blinded, The only explanation the defendant gave was that the horse wotild not go. The Bench looked upon the case os ;one of the worst they ever had before' . ' them, and gave the defendant to understand that, they might send him to gaol for three months wi'hout the option of. a fine, but this being his first offence, the Bench decided to finjB him in the sum of £3 and costs. The Bench asked one witness in giving evidence, if he considered the horse had 'been cruelly be...

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