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

? 1' ' mm, '? ? . 1 . 1—1 1.— n . . _ Anderson's Seeds always the best, ; A. ' jfr BAYLBY, CHEMIST, CAMDEN.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

WANTED - Married Couple, man milk, practical farmer, with^knowledge of vines and fruit trees. Wife to milk pnee a'/day and at tend to dairy. - .: Apply ' 3^ews' Office. — — '/I LOST— Between The Oaks and? Burragorangy Breech-loading Gun. Finder,? handsomely rewarded. Apply W. MoKe^'T^e Oak^ Family ° 8 ' . , ? ? , ' . ' $ f

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Orders and Arrows [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

Orders and Arrows* When the captain of a ship orders some hands j loffc to furl the main royal the men jump to obey, asu matter of . course. A sailor can climb up on a yard without having a shilling ashore or a 'penny /tfm his pocket. In faet, Jack seldom signs' articles /- ^itil he has used up both cash and credit. But wheii a doctor— who is a sort of eaptaia W . - i . * ? .1 i__-» _j» in ? t -when one is laid up in the dry aocK or illness— -orders a patient to go abroad for the benefit of hiB health, it is quite another thing. _ A trip and so / joufn 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 the graveyard ; it is handy by, and easy to get to. But are we really bo 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 Melhu...

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CAMDEN TOWN LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

CAMDEN TOWN LAWN TENNIS OLUB. \ meeting of the above Club was held on Friday evening last, at the C. A. H. and I. Society's room. The following members were present : — Messrs Barter, Hughes, Peat, Bayley, Devlin. The Treasurer presented a statement of the club's position for the present year, which was regarded, as highly satisfactory. In view of the progress the club was making and the additional Bupport of new members, it was decided to make several improve ments, the principal being the wiring in of the court. The club has now 20 members on the roll, and several fresh names were handed in. If yon work your mare and leave the foal at home, don't let him suckle till the mare has cooled. Heated milk is apt to cause serious bowel troubles.

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Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

Bible Society. The annual meeting of the Camden BrancK of the Bible Society was held in the School of Arts on Friday last. The' atten dance was small, but appreciative. * Captain J. M. Onslow, jpresided. The hymns were sung witli spirit by the congregation. The Rev. W. Wall read a selection of Scripture, and the Rev. C. J. King led in prayer. The chairman, atter a lew general remarks upon the importance of the work of the Bible Society, called upon the Secretary to read the following report: — In presenting our report for this year the Committee desire to express its gratitude to the Giver of all our good for the very favourable change caused by the gracious rain, which has clothed our land with ver dure, removing our anxieties for the com ing winter, restoring confidence in business, and affording some chance ot success for our collectors, aftef the serious looses entailed upon our people by the late dis astrous drought ; we could not expect that many Would be able to contribute as...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

Notes. 1 We are all doubtless from oiliv earliest in '- - faiicy prove to grumble and to find fault* &nd doubtless t&B;;'; is due to our inherent feeling that the race from which* we sprung is ,ftot perfect ; our ideas ; beau ideals are not what they should be, and. as. Englishmen alike we hope to reach that state of perfec tion which human nature has destined we shall not reach. However, we con Bcienciously hope and believe that with per severance and industry, backed with that wholesome medicine common sense we hope to reach a goal that' will at least partially - satisfy our own conscience and be a benefit to those who follow after. We are not by any. means perfect and it is one consolin g ? fact that our betters and more matured fathers were no better off than we are at the present day, we have always said that there is a limit to all things, great and small, and long befere we reach that limit, lo, we be hold that there is something wanted to per* feet the end. I...

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Lower the Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

Lower the Rates - Moat readers Will agree with me in saylrig, '^es; lower the rate3 ; whether it be poor-rates, municipal -rates, or parochial-rates, show me the way to lower them and I will quickly adopt it I' If this eagerness to lessen financial expense— ? general rates— is so universal, what mtlst it be When the death-rate is considered ? Surely no one would neglect any reasonable chance of lessening the danger of disease-^-to lower1 the death-rate. Any means ; any agent ; any suggestions should be welcomed by all. Still, there is surprising apathy on the part of some on this very question. Here we have at hand, within reach of every inhabitant of every town and city in Australia, a meafis, a remedy— Warner's Safe Cure— which has been adopted and tried by thousands, where, its timely use has lowered the death-rate and ^reduced the invalid list ; but strange to say flia®y^rteiling to day, who hesitate adopting or ti^n^t^Csafe and sure remedy in the face of thip proof; irmthe face...

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Banquet to the Mayor and Aldermen of Penrith in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

^Banquet to the Mayor- and Aldeimes of Penrith fo Oamdsa. After the conclusion of the enjoyable 1 cricket match between the Aldermen ol , Tenrith and the Aldermen of Oamdeii on Wednesday, the 19th Sttat^- the latter geptle mfen entertained their guests and visitors to a dinner at Mrs. French's Commercial Hotel, Camden. The dinner was ex* ceptionally well served and gave entire satisfaction. Ihe Mayor .01 Camden (At, J. D. Rankin) presided, and was supported ?-. 'by the Mayor of Penrith (Alderman W. C. Fulton), Alderman C. T. Whiteman, iL P., and Mr. J. G. Harris of the Bank of New South Wales, as fice chairmen. Mr. T. R. i'.fimikh, M.L.A., Mr. Biggs, Mr. A. Collis, ? ?? . - were amongst the visitors from Penrith The toast of The Queen, and the toast of : The Governor of N.S.W., and the Members ,-of the Legislative Assembly were given by jthe chairman and duly honored. Mr. T. R. Smith, M.L.A., responded to the toast of the Members of the Legislative Assembly. He said the Parliament o...

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

Sporting . (By Progress.) - . j The Y.R.C, Autumn Meeting, which takes place ! on the 29th insfc., is attracting a good deal of' attention, as I see already a number of visitors, have left this colony to attend the meeting, al*o a - fair amount of business has been transacted over the' ' leading events, Newmarket Handicap and Aus tralian Cup. For the Newmarket, Courallie remains favourite, and as he meets with a good deal of support he is quoted at 10 to 1 now. Others f that have been backed are Budgeree, Foliage,' , . Muluraa, and a number of others. I think what ever beats Courallie will win. For the Australian Cup Hova is in great demand. ' A match was played on Saturday last between Camden C.C. and Camden Alberts. O. Water- ? worth and G. Barter for the latter team showed splendid form, and H. Crisp with the ]ball secured four wickets for seven runs. Scores Alberts.— W. Garliek, b Fareridon 0; Water worth, b Moore 58 ; G. Barter, not out 65 ; Smith, ,? h.o.w. b Dowle 25 ; C. Sel...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

.Menangle St, James's Sunday School annual picnic took place on Friday last and was an un qualified success, about 150 persons (includ ing the children) taking part in the day's en joyment. The elder members of all denominations did everything in their power to contribute to the amusement of the youngsters, such games as cricket, rounders, jolly miller &c., being entered iuto with much zest by old and young alike. Mrs Onslow, Miss Onslow, Captain James and Mr. George Onslow were present during the greater part of the day, and in the after noon prizes were presented by Mrs Onslow to the children attending the Sunday .School. The wants of the juveniles were well looked after during the day, thero being Ian apparently unlimited supply of cakes, i pastry, fruit (kindly sent from the Camden Park orchard) and tea, to which justice was i done. Amongst the visitors to the grounds * were the Revs C. J. King and J. F. Russell^ and Messrs Yeness, Huthnance, Harper, Manly and others. Mr...

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

Articles of Association; /Aaterials ? O * The 'Hampden' Cigarettes

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

^ ? ? ii ii mi ? ? ? nmawran LOCAL NOTES On Saturday last a requisition signed by tradesmen, farmers etc, was forwarded to the Hon Secretary of the Camden A, H. and I. ^Society asking the Committee to alter the decision arrived at. We under , stand, that the President of Ihe society (Mr./ J. K. Chisholm J .P.,) in giving his personal opinion on the requisition. thinks that although the recent rains have greatly benefited the country, and saved many of our farmers from ruin, does not think the prospects of holding a successful show within the limits of the time specified, have materialy improved. It is not likely we shall have any more agricultural products, and moBtof the fruit crops will have lapsed, 'whilst only those stock wl'ioh have been artificially fed and cart d for during the drought will be fit for exhibition. Mr. Chisholm is also of opinion that it is not only a question of improved pasturps which the Committee have to consider, bur the financial interests of the society ...

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District News. Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

District News, Westbrook [From our own Correspondent. J j Steady rain has fallen here for the past few days. The corn and sugar crops are vastly improving and a gopd yield of maize, is looked forward to. The grass is grow ing very fast, and the stock are wonderf ully improved. An accident which might easily have proved fatal, happened to Mr. James Wheeler on Mondav evening last. The young fellow was loading a revolver with bullets when by some means it went off, the; ball entered the back part of the leg below', the knee and coming out at the front of the leg, Dr Morton dressed the wound, and the; patient is recovering slowly. Mr. John Dawson is in 'a critical state of health suffering from asthma aad severe cold.

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Camden Police Court. Tuesday February 25, 1896 Before Mr. W. C. Furner, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

Camden Police Court. Tuesday February 25. 1896 , Before Mr. W. C, Furner, J. P. William Larkin was charged with having used insulting words in Argyle street, where by a breach of the peace might have been occasioned. The defendant pleaded guilty, was fined 7s 6d, in default 24 hours. in the lock-up. William Larkin was also charged with being drunk in Argyle street and pleaded guilty. Fined 2s 6d or 12 hours in the lock-up. ? ?

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

.. /smith 'bros, COACHBUILDERS . & GENERAL SMITHS, &o/ - All kinds of vehicles made and repaired. Horses carefully shod. Work guaranteed equal to any iri the district. ARGYLE STBEETj CAMDEN, next to Mr. Frier's. Jeweller. Don '*fc FORGET . WHEN BUYING SOOtSm. To call on A. Stuckey, OF ARGYLE ST. before purchasing elsewhere. WHY ! Because he knows what goods are bad and what goods are THE BEST. REMEMBER ! Buy the best at the lowest price, which can only be obtained at A. STUCKEY'S w H 1 T E M A - Argyle Street, Camden, BUILDERS' IRONMONGER, Oil and Color Merchant, Plumber, &o. . All kinds of Builders' Material and General ' Ironmongery in stock. Galvanized Iron, Guttering, Ridge Capping, &e. Galvanized Iron Tanks, all sizes. Crockery, Glassware, &c., Window Glass Wall Papers. EsTUffATES GIVEN FOB PLUMBING WOBK. W. C.1U R N E E. TIMBER MERCHANT, Argtle Street, -C A M D EN Arthur hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every descrip...

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

? gAffi OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Established 1817-3 e d Authorised Capital .. £3,000,060 0 0 Paid-up Capital .. 1,894,200 0 .0 ?Reserve Fund .. 1,172,297 0 0 ' Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits. Advances zaade^ against approved securities, and all usual S ' banking ibusiness transacted. ? J, Gt HARRIS, Manager Caaaden Branch. TJ-HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COT., OF SYDNEY, LIMITED. 'Capital paid-up £999,257 10 ' 0 ^Capital called-up ? 472 10 0 Reserve Fund £1,010,000 0 0 v, (*', Reserve Liability £1,000,000 0 0 ; - '? £3,010,000 0 0 .. CAMDEN BRANCH. ki This '-'Batik allows interest on Fixed Deposits at : the Current- rates. Makes advances against ap v ' - proved securities, and transacts all usual Banking ? business. ?.- ?; . ? ' ? ' ?? (.« W R COWPER, Manager. G.F.Fur4Qi, Builder, and Contractor, ;I I L L S TR EET, CAMDEN ' Ie prepared to supply all descriptions of Building ' : V- ' Materials. .1'1 - i-: ; i . i . Ityg&ixa^xtfouted on the ehoWcs^otioe.

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Forthcoming Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 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. f Revision Court': — (Camden and Campbelltown division) at Court House, 'Camden, Saturday ? * 21sfc March at 10 a.m. : Auction Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, , etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr, 1 R H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. ; - R. H. Inglis: — at the residence of Mr. Cook, The Oaks, clearing sale, furniture, farming imple ments, dairy requisites cows, horses, carts etc, Saturday 29th February. ; ? Election of Alderman: — Camden Council vice Mr. H. P. Reeves resigned. Nomination day. Tuesday, 10th March. Nepean District A. H. & I. Society: — Fourth Annual Exhibition at Penrith. March 19 & . 20. Entries clo.se 6th March. Luddenham Agricultural Society :- Sixth Annual show at Luddenham, March 10th & llth. ? ? . Berrima ' District A. H.' &a...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 February 1896

.pnnnri ii i ,iim RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. fefote-.;'^Camden--at 7.30 a.m, (H.C.) - Camden — at 11 a.m., Kev O.J.King. ^te«»4'Gamden—»at 7 30 p.m, Rev 0. J. King te!J:;^!;:-..''iA'Meiian'g]o — fct 7.30 p.m, Rev A. R. Maclean. . :%'--t^:.-;'./WeBtbrook--rat 11 a.m, Rev A -.R. Maclean - ? Theresa Park-rat 3,30 p.m, Mr. F. W. A. Downes ii'M?/. Werombi— at 3.30p.ni, Rev 0. J. King During Lent matins will be said daily in St John's jifiv at 7.30 a.m. 'Wesleyan. ®, Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev W Wall ;???. Camden — at, 7.30 p.m, Mr. G. Smart : Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Uev W. Wall K;v Cawdor— at 7.30 p.m, Mr. B. Procter . . Glenmore — at 11 a.m, Mr. B. Procter s ' i: Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Westbrook— at 2.30 p.m, Mr. B. Procter : ' Picton— at 3 p.m, Mr. Austin * ? Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman 1 Primitive- v. Camden— at 11 am, Mr. H. Doust Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Hev. R. Mowbray : , . Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Minto — at 7.30 p in, Mr. J. Ashmead .s JJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

j^UNXOIPAL DISTRICT OF i -. . camden. ) ? : ? ^fenders are [hereby invited^for the fol ^owirur Annual Contracts, viz^^ n _ Eerbing and -FQitf^rinjg^ // . . Removal of Nign^Oll^L /' ? Horse and D-rny.. -/J .Specifications may .all,;-ather information on applic^igj\( u-a tkeiinder ? .-signed.,., vy:( \ Tenders dose on Tuesday, y'M-arcli 17.. W. J. CRANFIELD., ^ Council Clerk. Council: Chambers, Camden, 'Feb. 26, 1896„ KETU.RNS IN CONNECTION WITH THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. / „ ? V ' . -a A ? ?: ' .. icrf John Stebet, Camdew & : P). h&°-7 / j? as -prepared to provide iormS an .yeferfence to the rfibove TAXES, '-aucl to FILL i^the'-same, .at a ' NOMINAL CHARGE. / STRICTEST SEC ltE.Cy/oBSERyED.. jgJvECTiON OF ALDEUMAN FOE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CAMDEN, ? ' * ME. HENIiY MOORE^_ / will address the at /f riHG SCHOOL O^A-RT^ on^ ?THURSDAY, 12th,/ 1 ® S T'' .?at 8 p m. -// '? ' ALL ARE INVITEE). The Boy's Home, Camden. rPHE M *TR0N (Miss Thompson) will be very S. pleased to see th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

N ICTI PAL DISTB I'O T OF CAMDEN. -.TENDER S I . ' Tenders are hereby invited for t': o competent persons to ^gl^^all Rateable Property within th^Jffunioipal District of Camden. Tenders ^Sso^on/Tue^day, 17th., MarCh. ?- -? Particulars of%duties required to be performed may be obtained on app icatiun to the- undersigned. n VV. J. pRANFIELD. Council Cleik, Camden, March 5th|, : 89 G JN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE W. ROFE. R. H. INGLIS Has- received- instructions from the Perpetual Trustee Company, to sell by public auction, on THURSDAY, MARCH 12, at the fafm, ' Mount Hunter, the whole of thejStock in above estate, consisting of iffifout / , t a wr / # o0 head milch cows, in -full' rtfilk, backward springers and dry M A 20 head 2 year old heifers M' if ^ - 20- head 1 year old heifersiand^pod^^^' 20 head -horses, light a^d/JieavyT^oken and 'iin-. broken W &? Buggy-, dray, tip cart ariS. harness, farming itn^ plementsj- etc, eto. & ? . . The above dairy cattle are well known a...

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