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Water Supply for Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

t7ater Supply for Oamdei'. (T A Bridged' from the N^sean Times.} The following representatives from Oafa'den paid a visit to Penrith recently, in ?order to gather information on th'e question of a frater supply, the Mayor (Alderman J. 3), Raiikin),- Aldermen Gl-'. F. Earner and G. W. Clevelhncly and the Council Clerk' Mr.- J. W. Cranfield . The party were met at 'the railwaj si ation, by the Mayor of Penrith (Alderman W C.Fulton). .The Mayor' of Carn'den said the object in . visiting . Penrith was to gdb full particulars -a's to ,post and working of the Penrith.' water ? supply to guide the Camden Council. He ? explained that Mr, Sharkey, Engineer, had ..given some particulars of a water supply 'for Camden, and they were anxious' to' s£e -how , the Penrith scfteme worked. The Mayor of Peiritlr said his Council 'were always willing to; help. The original' -contract for the Peuiith Water Supply was £9,000 and there hacT been £500 worth of ?of extras, owing to the increase' in the retr...

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

f Plough & tepow -inri, : AK&tLii street, gamden. ; , hennessy j&aving taken tlie above Hotel from: Mr. W; H. ?*?. ' McDonald, tiusts with civility and' cleanliness com' bined, to receive a fair share of public patronage. Bbsfi braid of Wines, Bom, Whiskey,- Brands' ? &c„ only kept. *6%. ~~ BOARD' AND RESIDENCE, . ? ? . - * Meals airhours' ' First- class' stabling,' &'o ? ChAESS MGDERATa. Champaign always in Stock. B A- 111 J3 'Y' a. p s. : Commercial Hotel, ; C A M D E N. ? MRS. A, FRENCH.: ' (late of Leiclihardt, Sydirey). \ ? ? This first- class Family Hotel,- replete With every ppssible convenience, and -with, moderate terms, wiH in future be conducted in such a manner as to en . feure the comfort of every visitor. Only the best of ? Everything kept in stock. A trial is respectfully solicited;' - Commercial Travellers and Visiters to' Oamden will find every home comfort. ; FIRST CLASS tfABLEj , .' The' Bar is replete with the best brands o...

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

Municipal Eat'es'v ; Several cases against ratep'ajeris were heard in the Liverpool Court IaJst week. Tlie payment of tire lighting rate was'' dis puted1 in almost every oksC--;- -Mriv.-D'Arcy Irvine, who »ipp6ared for tlie Municipal Council,' explained th'b positi'ori' ^iof the Council and- said^fhat the Couficil having . incurred a loan felt bound to submit -?ach. case1 to tik'e Court tath'er than:. drd;w,a limit , themselves. The .Council fifeely admitted the difELculties fri tlie uiattet. Mr. George Wallace,: of- Sydney, appeared foi? the rate - payers, The Poliee Magistrate held' that property situated at mdi-ej'than otice mile from tHe nearest la'inp cou'ld. not berated for the lighting rate. Mi1. Wall a'cb' . relied on ''Boroui-h bif'Ki^ma v. Charles,'' .jtnd Mr. B'Arcy TrvinQ on' ''Borough' of Alexandria v.» Cooper' and judgment of Sir George Inries , In Taylor's ease tl ice general rate was disputed on1 the ground tliat the remedies' against the tenant had not been exhauste...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Municipal District of Camden. ELECTION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

.^Jlunioipai -District cf .Gartvien. ; ELECTION OF ALDERMEN; ? On Thursday evening the 6th inst largely attended meeting -of ; .electors and others was held at the School .of Arts. ,Mr. ?W-''W .- McEwan was voted to the chair,. Alderman R«nkin first addressed the meet ing and trusted that during the time he had been electi d their' Alderman that he had met with their confidence, he then entered' ful v. into the financial statement of the Council., and pointed o,ut to effect that tlie Coui ,cil still owed the sum of £1000, but they had done something'to pay off .their liability, it boin/i: decided Jo pay this loan by £100 per annum . The Alderm--n started the financial year, .^withv^ cash balance at the bank bf £l74lvl0s Od and had received about £972 ,0s Od iii rates, -Government subsidy- and grants. v The expenditure for the same period wfis about'£616 in contracts and about £183 fn^daily- labour, or a totfU of .near. £800.' A t the 'end of the muntcin.,.l year there was a debit ba...

Publication Title: Camden News
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An Easy Interview. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 February 1896

r An Easy Interview. The way of the interviewer— like that of the traus jgressor-r-is offcentim.es hard, but this was not the experience of the writer who interviewed Mr. John Lairton, of Brunswick Cottage; Brunswick Street, Brisbane, Queensland. In fact Mr. Lawfcon seemed Willing, even' ea'ger,- to relate his expbrienbe,' which' ?we .give below' in' hisT own- wotds :: 'Having1 | Buffered severely fi'otn rheumatism' in' mf legs and I feet? for ra&ny years, bfeiog at titaies' for a mbiith' together a complete cripple, and unable to put my boots oift or walk abbut the floor, and aiao having tried Allopathy,- Hom'cepathy,' E^ropathy. and goodness knows what other ' piyjfty.' I was' in- duced , by a friend to t$r 'Warner' b 'Safe' Remedies, and I must say I^vas very sceptical about it at first. In facwT h^td begun' to thi'uk I was doomed to c'OEttinuaj/snJrerii^g^for the rest of ?my life, Hov^eVex', &d' JyTjewfeaeranee retnbves mountains,'' so Warner's »afe Rheumatic Cur...

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

Begfeterel Look at This ! Wtite for the BLUE BOOK containing the pritfGs of W^Wffy * » Grocery, Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Boots and Ifo'fitfitfDgefy, and- Household Requisitea. POST FREE* Don't Ire without it. While I live I'll crow.' .. . 3d TEA — Good Family per ib 9 'TTEA— Strong liquoring . . ,, 10 'TEA— Panyong fine FlaVor, ... ,, 1 £ TEA— Pekoo Flavor, even leaf, 13 TEEA — Rich. Panvons and full flavored 1 6 £ 8 d TEA— Good family, J chest (3# its) , 10 0 TEA— -Strong liquoring, \ chest (40 lbs) 1 5 0 TEA— Panyong, fine flavour, J cheBt (40 lbs) 1 10 0 TBA-'Rioh, full flavour, j chest (38 lb) 2 0 0 TEA. Gamecock Blend, in lib Tin (Posted free to any part of the Col6ny} I 6 TEA. G-amocock Blend, (specially blended) , in 6lb Caddies 7 0 TEA. Gamecock Blend, (specially blended), m 12lb Caddies IS 0 ' WRITE FOR SAMPLES OF TEA ? TEA, 101b Box (full flavoured) and a 70lb Bag Company's No. 1 Sugatf ... £1 & 0 ' TEA. Half chest (40 lb) Good Family and 701b Bag of Snowdrop ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

V«Tr ? ^ ? r~1 ? ? : 'M t stered ' ? - Look at : This ! , i 'Write -for the -BLUE BO OK . containing the prices- of ' ??- . .y:-- . l^Wfn « Grocery, Crockery, Glassware,1 Drapery, .Boots ' and Ironmqtigeryy I ^ .EH , fc-?lfe^aS6g3&. and Household- Requisites. ,-. POST EREE'. / I)on?t';:be withoufc it. ? ti rIi:ln T 1itv* I'll firoxr.' - 'r-. . ? 'r -.i -:? [JE 'A -Good Family ... per lb 9f TE ^ — Strong liquoring »» ??. [Tlii A — Panyong fine JPlavor, ? ? ,, 'l.^O/ TE, i — Pekoe Flavor, even leaf, ^ 13 rPir i. — Rich. Panvontr and full flavored , /' 1.-6' ' 33 U 11 TEA~Good family, -J chest 1 0 0 TJEA-— Strong liqiioring, '|-;:clie8t^.O . lbs) 1 5 0 ' TE A^Pahyong, finejilavoxu', -J- chest (40 Ibs^l .10 0 TEA— Rich, rfull flavour, ' ^ cheat' (38 lb); y 2 0 0 . TEA. Gfaraeciook Blend, in lib Tin (Posted -free to any part of the Colony) . -. .... 1. , »., ... TEA.. Garaocock Blend, (specially blended) , inr6lb Caddies . 7 i 0 TEA, Gamecock Blend, (specially blended), in 121b' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

f SMALL, ' (Late Noakes ahd Smali) FAMILY BUTCHER, ^ A b g y i is SiRBBi; OAitiiBK: Tlie business whibh ha3 met with stfmuch fiiic- ( Bess ixl the, past, will for the fuiure be solely con- 1 'ducted by E. Sniallj one of the . proprietors of the ? business, and he tau&tG that by his experience and ?judgment, and providing the bqst of eVery class 0 meat to gain increa&ed support from the residents of - Camden and distriot. 'Yf ILLIAM m c e w a n ARGYLE ' STREET, CAMDEN, bAKER GROCER ANI- CONFECTIONER. We'ddiiigs, Pic-nics, &c., catered fofc. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. , ? I § #piFFifhs 4 BUTCHERi ; ARGYIiE STKLET, CAJlDBSTi 1 Is a buyer Of hides-, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair .'And every kind of produce at highest prices for cash. . ? SOUND CHAFF BAGS purchased to Any Quantity. . Plough & H'ap^ow Inn, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. ' ' JVL K HENNESSY Having taken the above Hotel from Mr. W. H. / McDonald, trusts With civility and cleanliness com bincd, to r...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

;- Correspondences . It * imtd ieUli-sUnctly understood- thai we do not ' endorse the opinions of our correspondent^ ? although we are glad to publish letters. ?? . . '

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Items of Interest. News has been received in London that Dr. Nansen, the great Artie explorer, has reached the North Pole. It is stated that the North Pole was found to be land. It is officially stated that Dr. Nansen is now returning. The largest diamond ever found in Africa has been discovered in the Transvaal. It. weighs 634 carats, and is worth £300,000. A large number of entries have been rv ceived for the Government butter prize of £50 at the Society's show at Sydney. ( One of the 'greatest curiosities among tlie domesticated animals in Geylon is a breed ot' cattle known to zoologists as the ' Sacied Running Oxen.' They are dwarf's 'of the whole ox family, the largest, specimens of the species never exceeding 30in. in height. One sent to the Marquis of Canterbury in 1891, and which is still living, and believed to be about 10 years of age, is only 132in. high, and only weighs 109£l!'S. Naturalists assert that a healthy swallow will devour 6000 flies every day. The British Hous...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Indirect to Direct Taxation. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Indirect to Lirsot Taxation. '? r .(To the Fditoi^.) i Mr. Editor:' — Under -hn abovo heading I would' like, to opon up a discussion, or rather hear the views of 'some of. our local poli'tieiaius in ' your valuable little iouvha' especially as the majority' 'of electors' as shown by the last Parliamentary ? Eieciion ? were/in favor of tlie' change. ' ' /r-0n the 1st January, 1898,' th?' I) bbs Custom's Duties were, abolished -and a, Land ' ' Tax .and Income Tax .and' a ',new,,'.Ou.stom * Tariff imp for .revenui '.purposes,' and '' time on'y can teii how this cojony genoi ally will get on under the new order of things.'/'' . The Zand could not have been.' im posed at,. a worse;. time, with land values both in town and country at ;theii;..- lowest,' the ' most disastrous drought over kno\yn in the colony .prevailing aijtl-'V6ry little mono 7 in / circulation ; which miikes the drought more, keenly felt, especially by farmers who on previous : occasions when crops failed; could ' . gei...

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Orders and Arrows. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

\ Orders and Arrows. ? . ' ? i When! .the captain ' of a ship orders some hands aloft to furl tlie main royal the men jump to obey, as a matter of course. A sailor can climb up on a yard without having a shilling ashore or a penny in his pocket. In fact, Jack seldom signs articles until he has used up both cash and credit. - But when a doctor — who is a sort of captain when one is laid up in the dry dock of illness — orders a patient to go abroad for the benefit of his health, it is quibe another thing. _ A trip and so journ away from home is an expensive prescription, and most of us can't afford it. If the doctor says it, is a choice between that and the graveyard we shall have to settle on tlie graveyard ; it is handy by, and easy to get to. But are we really so hard pushed ? That is, as often as the doctors say we are ? Let's turn the matter over in our minds for a minute. Here is a case that is pat to the purpose. It concerns Mr. Arthur Whiddon Melhuish, of 3, Regent's Terrace, ...

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Occasional Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Occasional Notes (By Habuui'.) t' ' ' The drought has broken up fairly,- and ? the earth, being saturated with water, is 'Willing now, without stint, to 5'ield abundant X rifood to both man and bea-t. Wben a man M can grow vegetables, he need not starve. ' During the dry weather when the ground became as brass, and plants perished for 'want of water, the holder of land was un- 1 able to grow food for himself and those dependent |on him. He was Utterly helpless, j How helpless is man under some circum- i stances, and sometimes he refuses to itecog- ! . V : n U - nil nil PnnfOT' rtlrtlr lllOl wllfV IS ! j ,oiiog a- x w ti wj. v» -?'' f / able of changing the seasons^ or caxMng ' the soil to bear abundantly or to be barren. Pride taketh too prominent a part in man's life, and a ' Haughty prido goeth before a ' fall.' The recent drought has given most of the people a fall, and reduced many to : - that state of humility considered necessary to enable one to learn of Him Who rules our -- ...

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The New Taxation. (LAND AND INCOME TAX.) WHAT THE TAXPAYERS WILL HAVE TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

The New Taxation. (LAND AND INCOME TAX.) What the Taxpayers will have to do. ! It is provided that these regulations and « schedules must be published twice in the ? ' Gakoitp before the schedules can be issued to-the public. It will, therefore, be a week, or probably two,, before' the taxpayers of New South Wales will be called upon to fill up these formidable documents. On and after a date, which will be duly advertised, the ' forms' or schedules will be obtainable by the public at any of the public offices, including the police stations, the post offices, the railway stations, 0tc. Alter this date is advertised every person will have to go to one of these public offices, get the necessary forms, fill them in, and post them to the .Commissioners of Taxation (no stamp being required for this purpose.) A summary of the regulations are given below. . There are about 50 regulations. ^ j The first regulation of consequence is No. ! 4, which provides that ' the notices with regard to th...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

gANK OF .NEW' SOUTH - ' WALES. [ESTABLISHED 1817.3 ? ? s d Authorised Capital £3,000,000 0 0. Paid-up Capital .. . 1,894,200 0 0 Reserve Fund ' 1,172,297 0 0 Interest allowed on Fixed deposits. Advanoes made against approved securities, and all usual banking business transacted, ? , J, G. HARRIS, | Manager Camden Branch. ] ? j - .? r THE CAMDEN NEWS,, ; '?- ?/ ~ xWtfr which fa incorporated . ' T M est .. cf JL cfcr t3 :s 1st [ESTABLISHED 1880.] ' ' I: frflfteriptictt 2s per garter pre-paid^ oi1 2s §d per quarter if fcooked; -? A ptixUlf loe'a ! paper dev6ted solely in fiie interests of the Camde# Electorate,' aind giving the fullest particulars of till eVerits in theSe ixilportant dWtrifcta; l?he Camden Had a LAliGJi CIRCULATION in every DISTRICT in the EL ISCtf (JR AT& .ADVERTISING- TERMS, . FIRST INCH , . .. . .& WW EACH SUCCEEDING- INCH «2s Special arrangements for continuous advertisements; —TEE— . ?? v:. ' ' : Camden Hews Sob Printing' Plant Is varied and larger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

rj^HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COT., OF r SYDNEY, LIMITED/ Capital paid-up £982,420 0 0 Capital called-up ( 17,580 0 0 . .? ^ Reserve Fund £1,010,000 0 0 . . Reserve Liability £1,000,00.0 0 0 £3,010,000 6 0 CAMDEN BRANCH.. ' This Bank allows interest on Fixed Deposits at : the current rates. Makes advances ' against ap proved securities, and transacts all usual Banking1 'hllQlMflOtl W R COWPER, Manager. Gv F. Furnei , Builder, and Contractor, HILL STREET, CAMDEBT. ty' ?sr\- Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building J Materials. Repairs executed on the shortest notice. Anderson's Seeds always the best, : A. J. BAYLEY, CHEMIST, CAMDEN.

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Pasteurised Butter Making. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Pasteurised Butter Making. Some dis ussion has recently been going ] on in the Victorian newspapers relative to | the merits claimed by the 'Radiator,' . bu'ter nial-er. The following should cl«im early attention from the dairymen of N.S.W. v ' and will be read with much interest. The ; / '.following is a brief description of what is / , itermed Pasteurised butter making. At the many Swedish daries where the ?' - KAdiatoi* has been in daily use for more than 'a sysar, it skims th§ milk at 160 deg, Fahren. heity it cools the cream down to 60 deg., at | which temperature it is churned and leaves | the Radiator as cold butter Within half a I minute from the time the whole milk rung into the machine, the entire procedure being continuous and automatic One of the main points of the Radiator is that it altogether avoids any souring of fc'ream j it fc'an make butter direct from the warm milk as it comes Trom the cow. The souring or maturing of creain consist really in inoculating it with o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

' « . . ? . ? . w.r-'' Tlie very latest out. i „ fv il^vV * ? Price -^a. V /4| 3- Tine . ^ ^ cfi ( ? -. , Give rhem a puff.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

= . Motes. : Alderman Reeves is- about to i-osigu- IHs seat in tlie local Council. Whilst .regretting . the fact, vre eonhot blame him for taking this step. .'-Her . is ho Idnger;. y oung like Sir Henry. Parker,, and. has' grown grey in the _ service'' of Gamden. ' . Faithfully and. wel); has ho served the interests of* Oaradeu and ? - district in- the .School , of Arts, Ca,mden Amateur Dramatic Girth, local Butter. Factories. A. and ,H. ^Society, and Camden ; '/ f Municipal Couucil: -.-For 30. odd years ha& lie interested himself in the -welfare of this place, and. to-day no man can say one word against his respectability or public worth, or urge anything against his personal character. He is highly esteemed in Camden and sur rounding districts, and has earned therighc to a /well deserved rest. That he mil con tinue to give his' services towards the Camden A. and H. Sp'cietv is a foregone con-; elusion, as he .has a very deep interest in this most important institution'. We...

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Original Poetry. THE RAIN OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Origis^l Poetry. ? THE RAIN OF TO -DAT. Hywvsweot- is tb.e souud-of the .beautiful raitt;- .? As it fiills o'er the- face of the earth,. Bringing, joy luid rnst 'to our dwellings again— ? ? . Ill thf. of our iarnily. hoArfcbi . ?No.crjvis'ao full of our pitiful tears ? , ? -Than the one that is heard with a sigh, | For water at -hontp from the depths of our fearsj ? .- - When from want of it many may die., '.:??? Oh- beantiful Fonncl, t-mly,i\v,elcome to all, Is' the sii'ov/eiv on the zinc or the pane, '? It speaks to* our hearts with a-.woTideirfuLcall *- '? Tha.t our tanks m v/ be. ready again. Ko inptfcor tho mud, or the clay at thy door, . . ; ? - It, is easy to sweep both away, '.V- ' But'str;uc;li t froni*tliy heart, be'-thy gratitude more For the tanks that are 'fullest to-day. ? ' \- * ' ' . . PHILIP D. LORIMER. ,

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