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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

?-?*? y' '?'.????v ? ~ ? 1 '' , ? . .. .. ? , ?- V C^roh Services. dHUECti Of nHQtAtfti j Cam-W— &t 11 a rtt, Rev C J King* (Hd) ? Caimlen— At 7 30, Rdv J, F. RuBBeU ^estbrdok — at ^ jitn, Rev 0 J King Werombi— at 3 30 p m, ReV F*. Russeil Meynangle—afc .Ipffi, Rev C. J. King. (h-3) , tmden—-afc 7 p-tti, Friday 12th idst. COm mtmicants meeting. ? WEttLEYAtf. . 4 * Cttitlcleii — tit ll am, Rev W Wall Subject— jaA ' Raids ou bolder tiibtis' Sentinels appointed Spiritual teaching. TJamden— at 7 pm, Mr J B Mddte \ CaWdor— at 2 30 p m, Mr J E Mddrd N 's-.( Cawdor — at 7, Rev W. Wall ' j (jienmore — at 11a tn, Mr H 'Dotist , ] Tyr* (Jlenmoi'ti — at d.30 p tn, Mr. 1? Whitetnatl Westbrook — at 2.30 p tn, Rev W. Wall. ' PictOn-^at.S p m, Mr J. Bensley . Campbelltowii—ttt 3 pm, Mr. B. Prdcter . | PBfMlHiVE CfitJROit. ? ' | Catiirle'd— at 11 a m, Rev R Mowbray Camden— at 7 pin Rev R MoWbray , Bob's Range— at 3 pm, Rev R. Mowbray CAT?HOLtd CllUBOH Oaks— Mass at 9 ?tiurragoransj — Maaa a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Manifesto of the National Association of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Manifesto of the National Association of ITew South Wales. . The following Manifesto has been issued by the National Association A great crisis having occurred in the conduct of public. affairs in this colony, the National Associa tion desires to placa before the people a few points for their consideration. Efforts are being made to obscure the question at issue and which has brought about the present appeal to the country, by the introduction of several matters which are not in dispute. The issue to be decided is a very plain one. It is the following Was the Legis lative Council justified in rejecting the Land and Income Tax Assessment Bill ? It was with respect to the action of the Council in throwing out this measure that a dissolution was granted by the Lieutenant-Governor, and no other question is involved. An attempt is being made to introduce other matters such as Free trade versus Protection, and Legislative Council Reform. But neither of these questions is really before the...

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Children's Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Children's Bazaar. After several weeks of preparation the y.; daughters of three of our townsmen; viz , . Miss Cissie Waterwortb, Miss Rosie Smith, and Miss Ida Liggins, succeeded in perfect ing their work, and with the assistance of their parents opened a sale of work at the Drill Hall on Saturday last. The Hall - 'heing- kindly lent by Captain A. J. Onslow Thompson. It certainly is most gratifying to see what a great amount of work — mostly of a useful and ornamental character — can be done by willing hands and willing hearts. The goods for sale being tastfully displayed on stalls which were superintended by the following stall holders : The Misses Liggins ( 3 ) Miss Waters, Miss Lysaught, and Mrs . Smith. The object for which the sale of work was held was for the benefit of that excellent institution The Boy's Home of Camden. The Worshipful the Mayor of Camden Mr. J. N oakes in a few and ap propriate words opened the bazaar and ex pressed his gratification and pleasure of so doin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Washing done in half the time by using Red Cross Soap. 6d and Is bars. All. Storekeepers Extract from an essay written by Willie Jimpkins : ' Man has too hans. One is the rite ban and one is the left ban. The rite han is fur ritin and the left ban is fur leltin. Both hands to onse is fur stummik ake.'

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Camden No. 2 Co. Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Camden No- 2 Co. Mounted Rifles . Members are reminded that the quarterly shoot takes place at the range on Saturday, 13th instant. Shooting commences at 1 o'clock sharp, when the following prizes will be competed for: 1st £1 10s (and a lady's bridle presented by Mr. McDerraott, of the Commercial Hotel), 2nd ,£lf 3rd 15s, 4th 10s, 5th 5s. Only those members whose subscriptions are paid up will be eligible to compete. As the subscription is now only 2s, and the shoot final, it is particularly requested that all members who can attend will do so. The following is the handicap : Lance- Corp. Moran scr., Pte Taplin 2 points, Sergt. Beckhaus 6, Pte. Grigg 6, Pte. T. Donaghy 7, Pte. Finn 4, Pte. W. Small 13, Pte. Shoemark 13, Capt. Thpmpson 5, Pte. D. Campbell 16, Lieut. Onslow 8, Corp. Yeness 14, Sergt. Small 8, Corp. May 16, Pte. Hogan 15, Pte. Jones 14, Lance-corp. Perry 14, Pte. Smith 10, Pte. Wasson 16, i Pte. Ferris 18, Pte. j. Kelloway 16, Pte. P. Kelloway 18, Pte. C. F. Baker 16, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Arthur SAt^ MILLSj*. WJEROMBI; , ; liftfdwood Timber of every description delivered to any part of the district at cur frent' prices. Tongue. grooved lining and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be reft fit Mill, or W. 0. Fumef, Oamden. FRANK R. FURNER. ? PLUMBER, TIN-PLATE & IKON WORKER, - J , AEGYLE STREET, OAMDEN. ? - linware, Galvanized Iron]- &e-, kept in Stock, f ' i. Tanks/ Milk Ca/ns, &c., made to Order'.' - Estimates given for Pliimbing, Roofings &ov A TBI! I- S O 1 1 C I T B D .s .. .. . . : . . , , .. i\ 'y; 7; c. a. martin,.;;' LICENSED SURVEYOR, ®-k'^peoially -Licensed under the Real Property*' Afct, Y ' Government Mining Surveyor, ???--;' Member of the Institution of Surveyors, . . r, „ J ' (Iucorporated by Act of Parliament, N iS. W j 0 .a. nyc jd ie isr; ? : J For the last 9 jr'cttrs employed by the Gbveirn is now starting Private Practice in Camden, Picton and Bowral districts. Will visit aqd un - take' any surveying in ...

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HE INVESTED ONLY 7/6 [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

HE INVESTED ONLY 7/6 There is a man 'who has sPent tb.o past twenty five years of 'his life exploring for gold and other minerals : in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and New Zealand. He has no doubt piclted up some money, yet he say that the investment of 7/6 brought Tiirri in bigger returns than any other he ever made. - Yet, hold on a minute. Dont let us jump to the ! ?conolu8io-- that we can all get rich out of the proceeds \ of 7/6 till we hear further from this financier. He 1 lias a humorous way of putting a serious thing, for \ ' which we should like him all the more. Some folks iiaveno idea that sound sense and genuine fun are .«? twin brothers, but they are all the same . Our friend's name is William' Bromfield Peck, and ?'* s he lives at Bussell. New Zealand, a long way off. He says it is a lovely country and he intends to stay / It the balance of his days. As he. landed in ? A ustralia, from England, in 1866, he.has been their ' Vjij- long enough to know ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

\f- ' Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoal, ? * 1 : '! iil: . : BEMEDX ( FOR COUGHS, COLDS, IOTLUEN24, BRONCHITIS, H0AKSMES3, .Ac., ? 'la, ? ' 64- ' 'TA'ND' '''2s ' . /, ? ? ? \ - ' \ -V,« i 1 y i s ' ' .'''H11'1'., ,-V' -;;; ';,C'-U

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

FOR SALE — Dairy' Farms, Orchards, Building Allotments, Hbustfs^ DOCJST, Camden. ^ WANTED TO PURCHASE — 5 aore Property, and 8Q | acre farm, good houses, olose to town. A. J.ipbUST, Camden^ &/ rp O (0 OR N/ ^GR OWE'RS. £ am a CASH BUYER of prime maise to any quantityi '' / $ if / W B. CROSS, r / Narellan Stores. J W B E N J A M I N, Boot and Shob-&akbb, Abqtle St, Camdeh, Begs to thank the publio for their cordial support 'of the past 14 months, and trusts that by good workmanship and moderate prices he will merit a continuance of their favours. Please bring Jour repairs, and they -frill be neatly exeouted on the shortest notice. Q H~A R L E S E T L E S, PRIZE SADDLE MAKER, . Try one of his £3 '10s Spring Seated Saddles with Hog Seat, and the beBt of material, and best Plated Tree Fittings ; hia saddles are all over the district ; bring your old saddles and he will make them equal to new at a trifling cost ; old saddles taken in. ex- change for new ones ; second hand...

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A Fresh Strain. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

A Fresh Strain At a recent sale of stock at Messrs W. Inglis and Son's bazaar, Sydney, Mr. Arthur Moore purchased a splendid pedigree dairy bull, which will he an acquisition to the dairy stock of this district. The bull is a mere youngster, being only 1 year and 4 months old, and in colour red and white. His sire - is ' Major,' the Champion dairy bull of New v South 'Wales for 1895, and his dam ' Princess' ia the Champion dairy cow. . . 'Princfias' also took first prize at the R. A. S. exhibition for the cow giving the largest quantity of milk and butter. His grand . ; dam 'Queen' is the Champion dairy cow of ,v Illawarra, and won the Challenge Prize, open to all breeds. ' Queen' is the progeny : of ' Commodore,' and Commodore is the ?-V progeny of Major (imp.)

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Produce Markets. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

,.^;.l,:,.:.r^ProdTioe. Marisets. WmjiAJC Inglis At son's Rbpobt Prime oaten hay, per cwt 4a 3d to 5s Od ; Medium and inferior 3s 3d to 4s Od ; Prime oaten ehaff 4; Od to 4s 6d ; Medium and inferior 3s 9d to 0s ; Lucerne hay 3s 6dto6s0d; Straw 2s 3d 2s 9d ; Maize bushel 2s 4d to 2s 7d ; Wheat bushel 2s 4d to 2s 9d ; Sucking pigs each 3s to 5s Od ; Cock Turkeys pair 6s Od to 8s 6d ; Hen do 4s 0 to 4s 3d ; Geese 3s 6d to 4s 9d ; ? Ducks 2s 9d to 4s lOd ; Fowls Is 7d to 2s lOd; Factory butter lb Is l£d to Is Id ; Dairy butter s lOd Is Od ; Pastry butter 6d to 7d ; Eggs dozen 0s lid to Is 4d ; Bacon lb 3Jd to 4jd; Cheese 2jd 3d ; Carcass pork Od.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

V ELECTORS OF f,4i -? I'-:;*' CAMDEN.. ' ? : 1 sf / ? A ?YOpty OLD FBIH1TD, i klDD / ? ? HK/ HL is AaAimk candidate, Wi AND SOLICITS YOUR ^::,- Vote & Influence. ||S| 1' ; ' HE IS THE farmers' Friend! SURPLUS STOCK OF SEASONABLE GOODS - ? h v At Distinctly Bargain Prices.- - j 3s In the £ discount for cash. SALE TO UOMMEJNOE Monday, July 1st, 1895, FOR OITE 'MOIvfTH ONLY. r — — — o ? — — - Men's Tweed Suits from 20s. Men's Trousers and Vest from 8s 6d. r Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from 4s 3d. Men's Overcoat# (good) from 16s 6d Men's Bedford Cord Riding Pants from 12s 6d. Men's White Shirts from 2s 64 . .Mon's Strong Flannelette Shirts from Is. Men's Under-shirts from Is each ; Men's Pyjamas from 4s 6d. Men's Waterproofs from 19s 6d. Men's Cardigan Jackets from 3s 6d. Men's Tweed Hats from Is 3d Men's Soft Felt Hats from Is 6d. Men's Collars, Ties, Scarfs, Mufflers, at Special Bargain Prices. Boy's and Youths' Clothing at Speoial Reductions. Portmanteaux, Bags, Rugs, Perfu...

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Band Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Band Social* The Oamden Town Band held another of its pleasant reunions on Thursday night last, 'when there were fully 50 couples present. So popular have these winter socials become that the large hall of the School of Arts is invariably crowded to inconvenience when they take place. The scene was quite an animated one as the ? company ot dancers tripped gaiiy tnrougn the intricacies of the quadrille and lancers, or the more rythmical movements of the waltz and schottische. Prior to the opening, the band played a couple of selections in ? front of the hall, and the members, in dividually and collectively, are deserving of a word of encouragement for the progress they have made in their musical studies, and special praise is due to their efficient and painstaking band-master, Mr. Harold Ansen. The dance music played by the band was ; i really good, and nothing better could be desired as regards time. The band was re lieved at intervals by Miss H. Thurn, and Miss Kenny, who kindly pl...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

LOCAL MOTES * There were only a few Debt oases at the Police Court on Saturday last. , The father of Dr. Morton, of this town, died a few days ago. $?!*- ? ? v -'i The Bishop of Bai-hurst will preach in irS * ' S. John's Church, Camden, on August 4th, fp , at 11 a.m. The Freemasons will attend %r the service in a body, as the Bishop is their Grand chaplain. £7 A proof of the severity of the drought. ^ A business man who has occupied a shop in i Argyle Street for over eight years -had to purchase a cask of water for the first time j^l last week. C / , The dust got up in Argyle Street on £. f Saturday evening, and made things very ;^ y unpleasant.'* If we only had the water laid i-- 1 on — but we haven't, and there's an end to ;'J ' 'it. _ f The fences erected by the Council on the 1 , Oaks Road, to keep the traffio on the V / metalled road, having been laid low, j trenches have now been dug. The Council J are determined to make the publio keep in n the middle of the road. , The schoo...

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THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF FREETRADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

;?'= ?'??THB' J'OSTHOpiMiliiTG ELECTION;; ENTHUSIASTIC) MEETING OF EEEETBADER8. Upwards of fifty gentlemen who are . interested in the .cause of freetrade as sembled at St. John's Schoolroom on Friday evening to discuss the political situation, and to select a candidate to contest the Oamden electorate in the interests of free trade. The meeting was a most enthusiastic and unanimous one. Mr. Jas. Noakes (Mayor), was voted to the chair, ? . - The chairman said. they were all aware of . the object of that meeting.. There, was 'v some uncertainty as to who would be their candidate. He had called oh Mr. Charles Bull, in Sydney, that day, and had learned from him that the Freetrade Council would in all probability * select him to contest the ' Camden seat . Mr. ' GK F. Furner was - ' present at the interview, and could corroborate what he had stated. ' Mr. Furner said they called on Mr Bull to see if he had any definite intention of V ' contesting- this electorate. Mr, Bull gave them to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

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 eul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1&89 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude reainous 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 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. Mosler, Director of the Medical Clinic at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION, ACT. : — _ / NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVERS ?OF SCALPS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the Districts of Picton and Camden, acting under the aboveuamed Act, have appointed the gentlemen mentioned in the Schedule below to receive and grant Certificates for Soalps in con- , formity with Schedule 12 of that Act, and they ] will be in attendance at the places o.n the days and * dates and at the hour therein stilted. J. M. ANTILL, f I Chairman. ' I On Mondays, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 noon Mr. R. H. Inglis, The Oaks W. R. Antill, Abbotsford, Picton Thos. M'Mahon, Cox's River J Chas. burner, Camden ^ John E. Moore, Ellen's Vale, Oaka B. P, Carlo, n, Burragorang JET. R. Wonsou, B rough ton Park, Wilton J. P. Flynn, Post Office, Upper Bxrra* gorang G. Bradbury, Leigham Holme, Picton The Secretary will also be in attendance at the Stock Office, Picton,. on the first and third Wed nesday in each lflonth from 10 ,a.m, to 4 -p;...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

? . . ? ?? . ~r~! . ~ — ? r 'Notes.- Many Influential electors' are of opinion that 'if the freetraders of this district fancy they have done a wise or' diplomatic thing ' in securing Mr. E. G; Griffiths' withdrawal from the comiiig political contest in favor 6f Mr. Charlps Bull, they will have a rude awakening when the numbers go up'. The I protectionists are quietly smiling, up' their - sleeves at the short-sighted policy or the freetraders, while many of the latter are not altogether satisfied with the outcome of their meeting oh Friday night. Many freetraders, from among the working class particularly, are firm Supporters of Mr; Griffiths. They are aggrieved because he was pressed to withdraw, and now they My that they are going to resent the indignity by voting for the protectionist Candidate ' on principle.' No fair-minded person can detiy that Mr. Griffiths has as good a moral right to contest this electorate as anyone else. He has vested interests in the district, find has ....

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Early Rising and Devotion. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Early. Rising and Devotion . ; [Henry Vaughan.J / -Vheli first thy eyes unveil, give thy sbUl leaiVG' ?To do the like ; our bodies but forerun Th'e spnit'3 duty : true hearts spread and heave Unto their God as dowers' do' to the sim ; . Give Hin'i thy first thoughts then, so shalt thou keep ?»' Him company all day, and m Him sletep. - Yet never sleep the Buri up ; prayer should '' ' ~ 'Dawn with ths day : there are set lawful hours ' Twixt heaven and us.; the manna was not good I .After sun-risiug ; far day sullies flowers':' Kise fo prevent, the sun ; sleep both sins glut, And heaven's gate* opens when the world's i3 shut. Walk with thy fellow- Creatures : note the hush Aud whisperings' amongst them. Not a spriug Or leaf but hath' his morning hymn' 5 each bush' And oak doth know I am. — OanSt thou not sing? O leave 'thy cares and follies ! go this way, , fj I-'- ' And thou art sure to prosper all the day. , feerve God before the world ; let Him not gd' Until thou hast a blessing .t...

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THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION. MR. BULL'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

FORTHCOMING} MR. BULL'S CANDIDATURE}. Mr. Charlea Bull, the freetrado candidate for - Oamden, and the nominee of the Freetrade As %sociation, addressed a crowded meeting at the ? 3ohool of ArtB on Tuesday evening. _ ' Mr. James Noakea, (Mayor) presided, and in a i -iew words introduced the candidate, Mr. Bull (who was received with applause), said 'lie oame before them as the freetrade candidate for - ~ the Electoral District of Oamden, and as* the 'nominee ot tne i' reetraae vouncu. xxe came ac the invitation of a number of gentlemen Who repre sented the freetrade cause in Camden, who, he V understood were a branch of the Freetrade As sociation. Before he spoke upon political matters -lie would like them to understand that he wsb not entering the campaign against Mr. ELidd personally. . 'There was a strong feeling of regard between Mr. Kidd and himself, and he was not going to dis parage that gentleman as a man, and as a resident of the district. (Applause.) He was there on the , '...

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