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The Price of Milk DISSATISFACTION AMONG DAIRY FARMERS. WHAT CITY SUPPLIERS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

The Pries of Milk- , ' DISSATISFACTION AMONG, ' DAIRY' FARMERS. V::' ? .. / ??? ''.v. y. ' WHAT CITY SUPPLIERS SAT. j Dairy farmers in the Ilia warra district ap pear to be greatly discontented with the prices .'paid 'to.'' them .for milk daring the recent drought season by the city supply companies, alleging that whilst consumers in Sydney are charged 4d per quart, the remuneration given to the original suppliers is:-; only at the rate of . 6^d,..'per gallon A ' Daily Tejegrapli' reporter recently inter viewed tho secretary of the Fresh Food and Ice Company, with a view to ascertaining the-, exact nature ana .tiie hul merits; of the suppliers' grievai.ee.. ..... cc,.Sp far as we are concerned/'; said Mr. I^otheringham, ..' the statement i^ entirelym-' X»rreciK'-::''*W&' are at' bresent paying the- rate '? of 7-i d per gallon,, and that was thc prevailing price during the whole of last month. The -nrics. of course, varies at different seasons of the year. During the worst po...

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Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

Oamngto;a.H^ Fair- A meeting of ladies and gentlemen inter ested in farthering ..tae.-sacbess of the Fancy Fair- was held .at . the jMounted 'Rifle Drill Hall (kindly lent by Capt. A. J. Onslow Thompson) on Friday: evening last ; o wing, to the inclement weather there was only a small attendance. Mr, W. R. Cowper was voted to the'ehair. It was dcoi-ded to ask, the assistance of the ladies of the district to assist as stall holders etc., and it was fnrther. decided to write to .each of the ladies vvh^s'ei names were suggested :by those njitejiding., the meeting.'; . .The Fancy Fair, is to be held, on the -23rd, '24th, and 25 ih of April and tho support accorded, so far has .l-een,inostr.ei}-*- ? c'- lunvgihg-j . tlie Hon. Secretary. ? Mr. ?. J. D. ^Rankin informed the meeting that he^had uoi'-doubt' whatever, but, that -the. Fancy; Fair*-. wlVuld be a, very great;- success1; ? Tlie follow ing1 gentlemen -were' appointed f s the Svork-;; iug^;9pmmi^e)r~Dr. Bell,- ; Dfi Mortony Mr'. O'...

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

': - ? District laws. BriaMlv. ? |_FiiOM.OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT:,] . - ? Arter t he dry and hot weather we have ? '-lately .experienced, -(jnd 'tlie burnt up appear ance of everythirii?, the; splendid rain we' . ' bad last wcp.k has been a-god-send, and has already altered tho appearance of the grass and crops. Although a good 'deal of rain ? -has fallen, the creeks, and dams 'would- ^take a - A. ; - 'dot more- to fill them'. . '.??-; '' ,? The usual meeting of th.e Temperance ?» ' - . ?'-?.Society was held on the 1st of the niomh. After che preliminary -business was trans acted songs wave rendered by .the Misses ?: rv 'Clarke and Ooggins and -Mrs.. Petty, and ,.-?*?'???? Messrs fcitoad, Cordon, and Stanfield, and a . ' duet by Mr. and Mrs. Clements ; recitations y. by Mr. A. Noakes and Masters A. and S. Petty &nd W, Hay, and a reading by Mrs. George, The election of a .new president, and ? -re-election or general- and programme secretaries resulted in Mr. Stead .-being:, cho...

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

: Eportmg . ? -.Mrs AUingham of Camden' , has been a ?fortunate y? inner in one of the Tatt.ersall's ?sweeps, she .drew Mr. Key's ,br. g,. uElnon'' in tho Cootamundra Cup, whicli proved to 3 J -'be the victor .in the race. The value of the ^pri'Ke amounts'to £900. Mr. George Young of- Camden puid an express visit to Coota-. v ' .-mimdra for tho purpose of looking after Mis Al]in^liaai?s interest in connection with the sweep. Mr. Young not only was able ? ,, to secure a run, but, his choice iu the liorses proves that he knows ins business m 'turt line equally as well as that in liio own*rade. Mr. Mackellar of Sirkham, the eBtimablo ? ..manager of Mrs White's stud has sent the ? ? . imported horse MXilmeny' .to be placed under training ['or the course to. the stables . A - oc Mr. T. MeArthy ..at Randwick. This liorso is expected to give a good account of himself in the future. ' Karelian team to play Campbelltown on :? :Safcu relay next. — French, Hunter, - Water-' ?worth,- Olissuld, ...

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WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS v Is the purest distillation known ? to -.science. . - Iti'^ 4 rewards all who take it by assisting digestion- and- :? '? keeping the body in health. '? Wm. Thompson, Dentist, 139 Elizabeth, St., near Market St., Sydney. . Teeth - ox tractod under gas, ch loroform, .etc,; etc, , ? The Committee of the ''CaTi-in^tc^| . Hospital for.' Convalescents -are calling for tenders for the removal of the Engine-house / boiler, etc., to the opposite side of the lake, clear of Hood mark. A little child, daitghtei' of Mrs.- Stapleton of Eldersiie was playing al iv gside of ' a\ waterhole near the old .slaughter house and ' by some mean fell into -the dam, which at thaupart the water is some 6 to 7 feet deep. ' Alarm was given by soiug children playing - about and. Mrs. Staple ton rushed and . plunged into the .water and thus saved tho ? J life of the child. The child had sunk the ? ? second time. ; We regret to -state- that at the v. present time Mrs. Stapelton is ..confined to :...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

'LOCAL MOTES. ' ' Special Purchase of Men's Suiis at 12^6d j J. Harris and Coy.. Camden. * A public meeting^ of the .ratepayers of. the Municipal District of Camden willbe held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday the 10th of March fur the purpose of nominat ing and electing an Alderman to fill the vacency caused by , the resignation of Aid., H. P. Reeves Nominations must be delivered to tho Returning officer, Aide) man J. I). Eankin, the mayor, at least seven days before tho day of nomination. , Mr. W'. Whiteman, of Oam den, we under stand, will contest the seat rendered vacant in tho Camden Council caused through the resignation of Alderman H. P. Beeves. Mr. Whitejnan is directly opposed to a direct Water Supply, Mr. E- H. Bume, J.P., of Camden, who for some years was an Alderman and Mayor of tho Municipality, v, as asked prior to 'the recentl election ' to contest the retiring Aldermen, this he declined to do, but, pro mised at the nest vacancy that he would j place his services at...

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

fHENDERS required for t.ho coj/fcyctipr^ of a ' * . JL Weather board Cofctag®. Plans ??at Horace Douofc, Camden or Clydeovi/o, DISTRICT tfe 'CAMDEN, . ? EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. Notice in hereby given that a PUBLIC MEETING of the Ratepayers of tho Municipal District of Camden will be held in the Council Chambers 011 / TUESDAY, the 10th. day oi^MARCp! ^ext. ?for the purpose of nominalnng Jaitfl (JecVinj.! an Alderman to fill the cafsedlby the resignation of Alderman lEjf, P. fleejps. v . ? Nominations in .writing mujtf bo doifrerec] to me atleast SEVEN days flays before the .said day of nomination. § JAM EH DOWN IE RANKIN, Mayor and Returning Officer. ^ Council Chambers, .Camden, ?: 9tb 'Feb; .1896, * f~ OST— Last Friday - bofa^iy jjffareilah ' and \ x Kenny's Hill, black MoriKo jfops&fc, broad oilk lollar. .. Reward if left at Komi, Campbell - idwn. . » / .v IMPOUNDED at Burr agouti g cm j$c. l()th day of ' li : ; February^ 1896, , from ifie . l&wffi. Paddock, b y Will...

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Great Cricket Match. PENRITH V. CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

feat Qrickefc Matoli- : . . PENRITH V. CAMDEN. - ' As previously arranged,' tbe' crickot match, between Penrith and Camden, Aldermen came off on Wednesday afternoon last on Onslow Park in the. presence, ul! about 250 people, among whom wo noticed ihe Chief Justice for Wesfct) ' Australia (Sir Alexander Onslow). and the: Member for the Nepean ? s (Mr. T. R- . Smith). The object of the ' , friendly contest was to raise -fdhdafor that noble institution in our midst which has ? ali-eadv nroved such a blessing to ' nianv / ? J iT ? ~ ? 'O % .' hundreds of sufferers, viz, ' Carrington ^ ^ Convalescent Hospital. Judging by tbrt ? weight of the money box carried, by a ? townsman, the pecuniary result must havo beeu satisfactory to those gentlemen who- - made martyrs of themselves in playing with, leather and willow under very tryi ng cir cumstances. ' From beginning; to end of game, there were nothing but amusing; incidents that kept the onlookers in a great statement of merriment. Applause...

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

SMITH BROS, ( CfOACHBUILDESS & GENERAL SMITHS, &c, » ? J. All kinds of vehicles made and repaired. Horses carefully shod, I &V ^ or^ guaranteed equal to any in the district. . Wr ? M ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, next to Mr. Frier's,, Jeweller. ' ' 'Don't FORGET ' tff) E WHEN BUYING- BOOtiS lIL ' To call on StIm® - A. Stuckey, « ^ OF ARG-YLE ST. C before purchasing elsewhere. 4! WHY '! Because :he knows what goods are bad and C what goods ai:e THE BEST. r REMEMBER ! Buy the best at the lowest price, fj which .can .only be obtained at A. STUCKEY' S WHITEMAN, Argyle Street, Camden, ^ . BUILDERS' IRONMONGER, Oil and -Colob Merchant, Plxtmbbb, &q. .All kinds of Builders' Material and General '? Ironmongery in stock. Galvanized Iron, Guttering, Ridge Capping, &c. Galvanized Iron Tanks, all sizes. Urockery, Glassware, &e., Window Glass r Wall Papers. : g Estimates .given foe P dumbing Wo&k. j ? ? ? ? ? I W. a JF-U R N EE. 1 TIMBER MERCHANT,...

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

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage' of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul -General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1 ss ' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics j:;u universities all ofer the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation) forming crude reriinous oils*. In order that these crude oils nmy not be 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 : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. M osier, Director of the Meciical...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

?^prthooming Engagements . ; .Qamden Municipal Council meets every alternate Wednesdays at 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.iii. V Revision Court. :--(Camd'en and Campbelltown . division) at Court House, Camden, ..Saturday 21st March at 10 a.m. . Auction Salks Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc.,, every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. lngJio' . Kale Yards, Camden. . . ' Camden Dairy . Coy :— Special general meeting, . School of Arts, Friday, : February 28 at 8.30 A' '? p.m.' ? ? , School of Abts, Committee Meeting':— 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday eveniuga 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. Camden Ciucket Club 15 g a g k m knts . Feb. ''v22'- Burragorang v Camden at, Camden 29 Camden v Cawdor at Cawdor April ; 4 ' ? (Baxter-, Satu...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 February 1896

RELIGIOUS- SERVICES. Church. of England. - Camden — at 7.30 a.rn, Litany and address. Camden — ati'l a.m., Rev C. J. King. (H.C.) ?Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. Menangle— afc 7.3U p.m, Mr. A. J. O. Thompson ?? ... Westbrook— -at $.30 p. in, 'RevC. J. King ? Theresa Park — at 7.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King ? 'Werombi— at 3.30p.m. Rev J. P. Russell During Lent daily miU:in-r\vill be said in St John's at 7-30 a.m. Wesley an. . Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. J. Beusley Camden— at 7.30 p.m, Rev W Wall .Cawdor— at 2,30 p.m, Student Cawdor — at 7.30 Mr. P. Whiteman Glentnore — at 11 a. m, Student Olcnmore— at 7 p.m, Mr. J. Geusley Westbrook— at 7 p.m. Student i .' Pictou — at 3 p:tu, Mr. T. Bingham ? Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Menangle— at 11 a m, Kev W. Wall Primitive ? Camden— at 11 a. m, Re ' R. Mowbray Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Hev. R. Mpwbray Bob's Range— at 3 p m, Mr. H'. Doust , Therea Park^—at 3 p m, Rev R. Mowbray ' .Boman OathoHo , Camden— Mass at 1 .1 a. in., evening devotio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

' ? . ? ' 11 ' ? ? 1 ' ?' 1 ' ' ? ? ? ? ? ' ? - ? ~ f . ; Th fr - Oaks - 'Family -?Hotel. Proprietor, VT. McKEE. , , ] 'T\ 1 , ? ; ? L 'Pi-1 \\ . I ° ; ^ ' ijk k-' This- first-class FAMILY HOTEL is now open for the* accommodation of visitors. The Hotel fe 5 a- ??^-??-.replete .with all modern conveniences, handsomely furnished, .and' the beBt-winefl and spirits ? onlyCkepjt. , , Terms moderate. Private and public rooms;. .T4- L ?' ; ? ~° ? — ' , : 'W x „ The Hotel £b situated o» an eminence, commanding a series of 'views- ?unequalled in Australia* ^ . I « - i t- ? ' ? ' ^ '''?'.''''—f I . * 'r : . The Oaks township has no equal as an health resort, and is one of the chief santtontuns . in Iffew -South Wales- The climate is a salubrious one, mild and equable. Ji4 - ? ?? 4 ' , ? ; . ! .i V ' . v ? 'Conveyances from HennessyV Plough and Ilarrow Inn- Camden,, daily to The1 Oaks'r : Telephonic co-mm-uttioatibn to- and from Camden. -*-4, v ? - ? '? ???? . . ISS&V:'' Registered' , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

^ ? ? ? ' ' 1 v ; ? ? r- ? - ? ? ? ^ Taiifcrs&ll's Monster PrizeList. \ ? .r=' ?: ?- . ?? ?? * ?' 'V-, ' ? L - — w ?: KEWMAUKET HANDICAP February 29th. - 1 V. , * 50,000 at 10, , ( ^ v ? ? ? '? I . AUSTRALIAN CtJP, Mareh 3rd; 'V; J ? 1 ? , A t-' , ... „ ' 'X ? «ao.n«raj*A. ' ' \ ' 50,000 fit 5» / ' '' ? s. ?' ?3 v ? ? v v . JaA'WKESBURY HANDICAP. / Marcbv2lst. ^ . ! J ?* 'v ' '?- ft'0,000 at 5. ; ' * 'V- ; i 1 -U,av&j-rri . ^ ^ y DONCASTER HANDICAP. April 4th.1 / , ^aaeusKcsst'st. ? ? ,? 25,000 at '5» ? 4j ; ji-- ' I N SYDNEY CUP. April 8th'. '*v 25,000 at 5. , , . - I - : eiMnxvr.wr ? ' ?- a?.*-, - u' k /it: * j- .v\ ?« ^ s.v . . i CP 0BU#'1 ? ? I. ?? ^y-'' i ? ? ? BANK -dF- VAN DIEMAN-8 LAND LOTTERY - £«»*?. - - , ? .. 20,000 at 5. . ' f £- 6^ For full particulars read, our printed Circulars. f '' ,* ' - ' . ? -? ' ' ^ \ ? ' ' ' I - ? ' ^ Note our New Address— TATTBE.SALL, Care GEO. ADAMS, Hobart, TASMANIA. jjAS. HARRIS & Co. , liepeal of the Duties t ? Pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His' Majesty the King of Italy, . as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sal-General for Italy at Melboitrrie, I4th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. l^s 9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over .the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be 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 Match, 1878, we take: — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr- Shulz, Professor of Phar* macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Hosier, Director of the Medical Clini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

A . ' , ? '?'?IiBSSafcBT-TOR 'ETORYONfi ! '4 ^ ? ? ?. Vi 7. a . ? (f ) HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OE CO, ST. ( Sunlight Soap l Lifebuoy Soap i v WRAPPER COMPETITION. BQoi PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS — as per list — can obtain them by sending to Lever 1 Bros., Ltd., 232 Clarence -street, Syoney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPON S, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post- / ageorcarriage. With the wrappers or coupons enclose ? full name and address— numbers of wrappers and _ the book ; ' bqoksy required. The top part of wrapper, including the line ' S.UNLIG.2'11 ' or '?/ LIFEBUOY SOAP'' will be accepted in lieu oi the-' ^ ^ whole .wrappers. 1 50 Sunlight Wrappiers 90 Sunlight Wrappers 135 Sunlight Wrappers 180 Sunlight Wrappers Half-cloth and Paper . . ' Cardboard. Covers. 1 Book or 2 Books.. . 2 Books or 4 Books. | 3 Books or 6 Books. 4 Books or S Books. NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday-school Teachers may form 'Book...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

An, Enormous Bullock.— ;The s-hsatibh of the London Christmas fat stock show, this1 season was an enormous Iristi-breid shorthorn bullock. It is said to be the heaviest animal in. Great Britain, turning the scales at 26£cwt, or some 3cwt heavi« r than the heaviest beast shown at Smithrield. It is over 17 hands high.

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

,«.Jto4eii^uai9ip^LQowapilv A meeting of tjiis Council was held, on Friday last the 21st; at the Council Chambers. The Mayor, (Alderman J. . D. Rankin) presided. The following Aldermen were present : — 0. T. Whiteman, W. C. Furner, Q-. 3?. Furner, E. F. Druitt, G. Cleveland, and James Frier. \ . .. The minutes oi tne previous meeting were read and confirmed. The-^yp? -on ^isiijg vstate& ^that, he was * Bony^tPn^tify the Ald^faaen Hhat he hadr *' received from the Council Clerk the follow 'V . ing letter from Alderman H. P. Reeves resigning, his position vas Alderman for the MimiSipa1! (District of CahideM ? . ' [Copy.] ? ' ' : ' I beg tortender my resignation aa an Alderman , of the Municipality of Camden. Wishing the Councir'eVery success in its arduous duties and too ; often unappreciated labors. I take this opportunity of thanking the Mayor, the Aldermen and your self for. the very, great kindness and courtesy alv/ay exhibited towards me during the time I have been associ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

AUG TIGHTER, j i &OBSS, OMrtL e and fBontrOB aixEesriw. , Weekly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN,? ^ ' find eveiry Wednesday at PICTON, A special HORSJf SALE ftill be held 6n tie idr ' Sattird&t in every motath at tis ^ardSj Caxndeii. Wanted Known 'that we are buyers of unlittiitssd quantities of WATTLE BAB-K in bundlesi 6f chopped, green »r dry. We are also buyers of hides in any quantity. M). All Goods sent to 'us vrill meet with prorripft settlement. Marsh Btfos. Clyde Tannery, Grauville* J* ? SOAP, SOAP, SOAP Golden Fleece Manufactured only by the Australian Soaa and CanpIiE Works, Camperdown, near Sypneyw ^ PURE^AND PBKFUMED, v 41b BAR Is. The Australian Soap Company commends thi» branil Possessing all the ingredients for Washing Bleaching, and. Perfuming, without injuring tlia texture of i' Clothing sent tor the Laundry, Each bar about 4lbs. Price Is. One trial will prove its value. Sold by all large Storekeepers L E Q A Li MR. R. COWTER, ' SOWCITOB, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

'[!%. TTTINE GRAPES.— FOR SALE' Half an acre r : Vv- V VV of Wine . Grapes. Early /'application ?w:.'' ^necessary. .? ft /? ? 'Grasmcre,' Camden. it. ? ; ? ? II^. — : ? ?! / .^TJ ANTED — To purchase Tip-cart, horso -and «- Jr. tV ? harness. HorBe used to ploughing. Grasmere, Camden. IMPOUNDED on the 15th day of February, 1896, by Peter Hare, by order. F. C. Willis, Esq., 'I irom Upper Burragorang, yellow cow,' branded TH j ?(conjoined) off rump. Il:not released will be sold at this pound at noon on the 5th- day of March, 1896. ?' v ^ P. REILLT, Poundkeeper, Burragorang, IMPOUNDED— At Camden on the 21st' day of ? February, from No Nora, by Ray Graham, ,, 'brown pony gelding, like & near shoulder, 2 years, , '12 hands, if not released wil be' sold on the 12th - ? -day of March, 1896. Sum due 10s 8d., f (V^I ? W. DUNK, Poiindkeeper. £ ' GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. . Department of Public Works, v ? Sydney, 13th February, 1896. ? ? A TTENTION is directed to ' Gazette' Notice , ? /...

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