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

? sea- sickness. There is nothing like Wolfe's Schnapps to avoid or alleviate this. It is exhilarating and strengthen ing. Buy bottles intact. . . ' .

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

LOCAL; K PTES . The Matron (Miss Thompson) of the Camden Boy's Home intends to give a Garden Party at the Home on the 27th of the present month. ' Contributions will be thankfully received. The little hoys have ? been ? working hard for week* . past to make those w no attend the garden party happy and comfortable, pray do not let them suffer for the want of apathy on our part, but, let us each individually contribute our mite.towards giving them a helping hand for their happiness in tlie future. Dr Bar^a-rdo gives support to hundreds of thousands of destitute children in London and suburbs, let us hot be .behind h»nd in giving happiness to the few ' dear bairns' jn Qur ojidst. Our townsman, Mr. C. - A. Thompson, of John Street, has notified his willingness to provide forms in connection with the Land and Income Tax, and fill in the same at a nominal charge. We know Mr. Thompson to be thoroughly rehable and perfectly com petent. Mr. F. H. Burne and Mr. Henry: Moore's nominations for ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Oricket- :v A match was played 01) Saturday last betwreu IT Camden and Cawdor, when the former won. Scores: -1 (Jamden— JEopson, not out 24; Tangye, b English 6 ; Harris, b W, Dowle 9 ; lung; c i'farriB b W. Dowle 2; Farendon, b W. Dowle..7 ; MooreAr' c and b W. Dowle 10 : BaJris, run. out; 0 ; l^Si. Harris, c King b F. Dowle 0. Byes 6. Total 64. V Second Innings. — R. Harris, h.ow. b W. Dowle 3 ; Moore, b W. Dowle 2 ; Farendon, b j. Dowle 17 ; Tangye, c sub. b W. Dowle 0 ; King, not out 4; F. Harris, not out 26. Byes 9. Total for 3 wickets 61. - Cawdor.— W. Dowle, e Ferrace b H. Moore 6 ; F. Dowle, c Farendon b Moore 0 ; S. Kelloway, c Tangye. b Farendon 0 ; J. Dowle, c H, Dowle b H. Moore 0 ; H. Dowle, b Farendon 0; English, b Hopsou 7 ; Farraee, not out 0 ; R, White, b Hopson 0, Sundries 5. JTotal 18. Camden Our Boy's am Narellan Boys's played a match on S'aturday last at Narellan. The result was a win for Camde/i. ' ' Tlie Camden Alberts play Cawdor on the latter's'wicket on Sat...

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Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Oarrington Hospital Fancy Pair. A meeting in connection with the above worthy object was held at the Drill hall on Friday evening last, the attendance was not so large as could be desired. Mr. James Hayter was voted to the chair. The hon secretary (Mr. rJ.D. Rankin) 1 notified to the meeting that/he. had received in promises ot donatior.s to the amount or £14 15s 4d some of which had- already been paid. The names of many ladies who had kindly offered to preside at -the various stalls were named, and ? the various stalls allocated to them. It was decided at this meeting not to go into farther details , . but, to leave the matter for the consideration to the ladies who meet on Tuesday the 3rd of March. . A ladies' meeting was held at the Drill hall on Tuesday. last, and the attendance was everything that could be desired. The Rev C. J. King, M. A. occupied the chair. The Hon Secretary (Mr. J- D. Rankin) notified that with pleasure he had received the sum of nine guineas towards the fa...

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

^ T-'- u - - ? ^'-- ?- ?'?'- ?? - ? - - ? ? ; ' : Proprietor, W . ; ... - ':j:* ,;...: ... -??? . ?:. — & — 'TV . ??? - ;'.'? . ? . ? . ' : - ? ? ... ^ Una first-class i&AMiLY HOTEL is now open for the accGmin'odatioii of visitors. .The »? * ? v-y- -deplete* witft'{all ? xtKritem conveniences, haiidsomGly furnished, aincl the best wineB s£na spirits obly kept,.' » ? ? ? : — o ? ? , . ... -T^mis moderate. Private and public; rooms. ? o ? - ? - ??? Thd Hotel is situated on an eminence, commanding1 a series of' views unequalled in Australia. - ; The Oak's township has no equal as an health tesort, ^and is onef of the. chief, sanitariums, in' New ' ; South Wales. ; The clintote is a salubrious one, inild and equable. '? ? * . . .1 ' ' 1 * ' Cotf^ifeyaflces froln Eteii'riessy's Plough and Etafrow Inn, C/sim'deri, cfaiIy £o:lith6 Oaks,. ? ; ' '. - ' Y,, ' . ' '1 '? ' * ii ?, , ? ' ? ? .; , ' . ... . : Telepiibnic' cbtaifiiunication to and from Caihderf. ? ? : - * ? v.- ? ....

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Aldermanic Election. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Aldermanio Election' A meeting of the supporters and others ? interested in the candidature of Mr,- F; H. Bume, J.P,f was held at the Sohool of Arts, Camden, on Friday evening last Mr. Bume seeks election as Alderman in the place of Mr, 1£. P. Reeves, resigned , The faceting was largely attended, and the address of Mr. Barnes was listened to with marked attention. The proceedings through out were unanimous, and not the slightest : -attempt was made to any interruption. Mr. H. P. Beeves presided, and in his ^introductory remarks denied the truth of a rumor that was in circulation as to his ^resigning to make room for Mr. Bume. .He expressed hims^f highly pleased at that .gentleman having decided to come forward. 'Mr. 'Bume said: ~5ToU are all aware that my appearance to-night is the result of the resignation of our chairman, Mr. Reeves, a matter I am sure you will all regiet.^ Mr. Reeves, certainly Without his knowing it, has taken the ' wind out of my sails,' as I intended to contra...

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

J~)R. MULLER, OF CAMDEN, O' ? Desires respectfully to announce to his patients, that, lie has mo&t^r^luctantly, decided to leave the district of jCamden, and ?wi tjldbe thankful ro those^adies and gentle men who are indebted^to him, to^ favor'hin] with a settlement of theirifrdebtedness. Dr. Miiller takes this 'opportunity of thanking- the residents of Camden for their support and courtesy durihg the time he has practiced in their midst.

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

V Jas. HARRIS & CO. ^ ; i Repeal of the Duties s * Prices iiever 'before attempted, Stock, is iiiis\ii;paR8ed in variety, and a thorough inspection .is' invitedv, This sale Will eclii'Be anything tevefc attempted before; No exceptions made. . ALL 'GOODS REDUCE]}; ' . 5 Y JAMES HARRIS & Co., Canod'en; i Tattersall's Monster Prize List ? ; HA WKESBURY HiNDlCJAP-. March Slst; . . ../??? 50^000 at 5; f « 3E-bNCASTER HANDICAP. April 4tiu ? 25,000 at 5; L Sydney cu£. April 6th; :-?? . ~ '25,000 at O; feasor-* „r ?? ??? ? _ rn. KS'r kANK CF VAN DIEM AN 'S LAND LOTTERY* 20,000 at 5. fT? For full particulars read our printed Circulars. ' J ' -;\ j ' ~ T... fcff- Note but NeW Address — TATTERS ALL, Care GEO. A.DAMS, HoWrt, 'tASMAftiA, sVon ex. ?JEL miNWLlS AUCTIONEER,^ : ; T; HORSE,: CATTLE ? ANl) PRODUCE SALESMAN, Weekly Sales Held every' Tuesday at' -CAMDEN,, arid every Wednesday at RlCtO^, A sjjefcial HORSE $ALiE will be held on the 1st Saturday iii 'every toonth at his Tar...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Corespondence. It mild be distinctly understood that we do not endorse the opinions ofnur correspondents , tiiliioiigh ice dre Qlcld to' piiblisf) letters.

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

- * 1 Orders and Arrows. When the captain of a ship orders some hands y-jtfioffc to furl the main royal the men jump to obey, a matter of course. A sailor can climb up on u yanl without having a shilling ashore or a penny in h's pocket. Iii fact, Jack seldom signs articles miMJ, he has used up both cash and credit. Ij|.|t when a doctor — who is a Sort of captain when one . is laid up in the dry dock of illness — fejders a patient to go abroad for thc; benefit of his health, it is quite auother 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 the 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. Arthwr Wliiddon Melhuish, of 3; Regent's Terrace, Pols...

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

N epean District . A H & I SOCIETY Fourth Annual Exhibition to be held at PENRITH on THURSDAY AND F R I D A Y, MARCH 20 '96. £400 pmzes £400. JUMPING PRIZE, £2Q Trotting, Wood Chopping, Corn Husking Contests, Bicycle Handicaps, Hackneys, Buggy, Cart and Plough Horses, Ponies, Dairy Cattle, Vehicles, Farm Implements, Farm, Orchard, ^ Dairy and Garden Produce, Jams, Preserves, etc. , etc., eto. ' / ? ? . V Entries olose on 6th March, 1896, MR. W. J. CRANFIELD has kindly consented j r to take entries at Camden. '*V B. K. WALDRON, . . Secretary, Penrith. ? ' ' ??.???? * . ? ? r. . '.«1 Anderson's Seeds always the best. J. BAYLEY, CHEMIST, CAMDEN.

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

(To the Editor, j Dear Sir3— k move has been made on the part of a feW gentlemen to request the Committeemen of the Camden A . and H. Society to reconsider the matter of holding a show this year. As one interested in the financial success of the above Society, I consider it my duty to point out the certain loss, not only from a pecuniary point of view, that would result from holding a show this year? I We have just emerged froin- a disastrous drought which will take manjjr months ere we recover ourselves.- Farthers, compelled to forced idleness through .the dry times, will now require all their spare time' to devote to farming matters,- arid the tiiatter of preparing exhibits for the 6how could not be entertained by them. Even supposing exhibits -were obtained from other parts of the colony, the great bulk of the people in this and adjoining districts would not attend to see them for two reasons ? (1) Because they could not afford to lose time, now that they can work (2) That having...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

forthcoming Engagements-- ? Camden 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.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. - Election of '?Alderman : — Camden Council vice Mr. H. P. Rceyos resigned. Nomination day. Tuesday, 10th March. Nepean District A. 11. & I.' Society: — Fourth Annual Exhibition at Penrith. March 19 & 20. Luddenham Agricultural Society Sixth Annual show at Luddenham, March 10th & 11th: Berrima Disti'ict A. H. & I: ^Society : — 13th Annual Show at Moss Vale, on 10th 1 1th & 1 2th March. School of A kts, Committee Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 8, aud on...

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Dear Rum. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

JD.ear Bum Three ^publicans at Parramatta were victimised by a 'spirit seller recently. A man drove up to; their places in a covered van and offered for sale rum, which he said had been obtained from the captain of a vessel who had been too smart for the Customs, He offered the spirit at 12© (-d per gal., by the 20 gallon cask. The three publicans purchased £62 10s worth of the rum and the man drove away with the money. Subsequently the casks were found to contain only water, and the samples had been given from an igeniou? contrivance in tho casks, which held about half a .pint of tlief'spirit. ' Winglwm Chronicle ' ^ ? The heat and drought have killed rabbits off in millions in the Wilcanuia district. It is calculated that ten million of sheep have perished during the recent drought in New South Wale. Australia produces more wool than any other country in the world, America being next. The horse that can make the steady four miles an .h'our/^alk is the most . useful for farm purpos...

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Railway Liverpool, Mulgoa. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Railway Liverpool, Mulgoa, - (To the. Editor.) . Dear Sh')— No doubt your readers are most of them have seen in the daily papers the account of a deputation to the Minister for Works on Thursday the 20th, re the survey of a lin? of railway from Liverpool to Muigoa. As' the only person who has kept this .matter moving up to. the present 'from its inception, I have been written to by several, residents along tne Jine ot route, to again move on the matters for a survey^ but as the member for. tho Nepean wheei electorate the line rnns right through after it leave3^.the Lhorpuol Municipality, voted against th© loart , estimates which eohtairis £30,000 for trial .surveys of .Railways throiigh differeiit parts t of the fcolony. I oould not conscientiously ask him (T. R. Smith) to introduce d deputation asking the Minister to expend mofney which he vo'ted against. , Thei oilty alternative l&ft wds to ask the Minister to receive a dep utation without an M:P., or ask Hon. 8; E. Lees, ...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Ghnrch. of England Camden — at 7.30 a.m, Lifcany and address Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev C, J. King. (H,C.) Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Menangle— at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Westbrook— at 7.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Park — at 11 15 a. in, Rev J. F. Russell Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell During Lent matins will be saicl daily in St John's at 7-30 a.m. ?Wesleyan. . CamcVeii — at' 11 a.m., Mr. J. E. Moore '?* Camden— at 7.30 p. nr.- Mr? P. Whiteman - Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Mr,- J..E. 'Moore Gleu'more— at 11a m, Mr. F. Whiteman ? . Glenmore — at 7 p.m,. Mr. G. 'Smart Westbrook~at:2. 30 p.m, Mi\ G. Smart- ' Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr.- B Procter Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Primitive Camden— at 11 a.m, l{ev; R. Mowbray i Camden— at 7 30 p,m, Mr. Ii. Doust j Bob's Range — at 3 p m, Rov R. Mowbray j Theresa Park — at 7.30 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray ? / Eoman Catholib;. Camden— Mass at 11 a. in., evening devotions at 7.30 Oaks— Mass at 9 a.m, Upper B...

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Camden Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Camden Dairy Company.; .*? An extraordinary general meeting of Bhareholders in the above was held in School of Arts on Friday afternoon, 28th inetant, about 40 being present . /Che .chairman, Mr. P, 'Reeyes ex- , ?plained that they were, jailed together that flffflrnoon by circular, po determine certain in eonnection with the factory. He then read the circular in Whwh was embodied. the business of the meeting. Oondderin^ the 'number of persons connected with the company, he thought it was a pity there was not a larger attendance. The Directors had considered the matter well, and they thought it the better plan to embody the whole Of their opinions or the results of their considerations in a report which reads as follows : — Gentlemen, — This meeting has been called by the Directors, in accordance with a wish expressed by the shareholders at the extraordinary general meeting- held on June, 1895, at which it was pro posed by Mr. 0. T. Whiteman, seconded by Mr. W. 0. Furner, and carrie...

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

If you are on the look out for a good smoke, try , The , 'Ha tup den''' Cigarettes. SANDER & SONS; tfUCALYP'TI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as pei\c6mmunicatiori made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs,- through the Cori sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th! March, 1878. Awarded Diploma af the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1SR9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ouiversities all over tli'fe Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation,- forming crude redinous oils. In order that, these ftrude oils may not be taken' for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extractj which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly piire 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 (Pfussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Pr...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Notes. ; r have -ffotitl time to time directec\ afct6ii .- the dang^i' and pei^il to travellers on ? Oalcs road ; it must be now .fully;acknoAV ' lodged that The Oaks road is one 'of th6 principal arteries of Caniden- and the gi*ow ' ?' ?jng importance of- ? this nrilportiant, district ^ cannot and must not be ignored! With tile J- advent of ? : more , prospei'ous^times,' and the - . .'daily intercourse or. the. farmers .with their 'v ?- jprincipal dep6t - of exchange, Camden, it - -becomes imperative that; tlie ' roads' leading ? thereto should be attended to ^nd the burthen to the horses and cattle - lessened. Take for ' instance the hill knowii as Roberts's Hill, ! or perhaps better known as Truck Range, 'we doubt whether a more dangerous road exists in. the district, many accidents have decently occurred, at this iemble an^d v, ? ? - dangerous' hill. We certainly consider that the; Government should nbt for an hour longer ignore' the repoi'ts df*oiir experienced ana able,' road ...

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Poetry. DR. JAMESON'S RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Postryi DR. J AM ESON' S RIt)E . ; ' : - (PuEil BY THE POET EA.X7REATE.); j ,... Tho following, poem frotri tlie perl of tlie ne$i ?JPoeb Laureate (Mr. Alfred Austin) appeared in'thtej . .f ♦.-Times'- of 11th January ' j- . Wrong ! Is ifc wrong ? well, may be ? ? ' ?- ; , ' But I!m goiag, boys, all tile same; : ' \ \' Do tHoy think me a burgher's baby, i. Lo b?. scared by' a acolding name r. - ; I * They may argue, and prate, aud order ; ? m , . G-o, tell them t() Bdvo their breatli , ; ? Theri, over the Transvaal border,-- ' Ai.d gallop for life or deatli; . ? ii. . ; - Lot lawyers and statesmen addle ? : Thi'ic pates over, points of 1(itv ; . ' If -sound Bj bur sword, aud saddle, „ .And tijun-gearj who -cares*oneIstra\V P - IVhM mon ot our own 'blood pray us . v , To ride to i.hoir kinsfolk's slid; j Not Heaven itself shall stay us ? ! ? From the fesoa'e.they-call a-raia. ? ? ? ? ' - iii , ' , ' - I ? 1- ~ ' I Thqre.are girls in tlie gold-reef city, i i There are mothers and (chil...

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