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

(To the Editor,) ? ; Dear Sir.— The preparation of the Land and Income Taxes will be a cause- of much - perplexity to. most persons, as the' system is entirely new in the colony — An income tax is an established part of the revenue re sources in Great Britain, tliei'efore the ? matter will not be so embarrasing to those ul* uur v;ui\jniovij- vyiiaj lruiii tiicit? of late years. What makes it more troublesome is, that comparatively few per sons have kept accounts of their receipts and outgoings, and the majority will, therefore, ? ^ (Continued on Page 4.) 'V'- . have to trust largely to memory as to their income and lawful decaetions, . for the. past years. It should be borne in mind that the assessment on land, now^lfcp be made, mil fix the rate for the next five years, so the owners valuation ought to $e very care fully made. Incomes, being fluctuating will be assessed yearly. According to the news papers. the tax will be accepted in half yearly payments. It would be a great con ve...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tenders for Local Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 March 1896

Tenders for Local Mails-. The following particulars- of contracts appertaining to this district j' entered into for the conveyance of post office mails from 1st January last have been Gazetted Bringelly, Greendale, and Wallace, via Grreendale Public School, Greendale House - and Pemberton, 1'2£ miles; six per ' week* . horseback, £37, ending 31 ? December j. 1898 — rWm- J- I*ovat of Mlilgoa.- ; Railway Station and Post Office,, Campbeli- townj thirty-seven times,: ,pe^ ; week or oftener, horseback, £30, ;31 December, 1897 — Thomas Hickey of Campbelltown'. ' , ; Campbelltown and Appin, 8 miles, six per week, 2 horse waggonette, £52, 31 December 1897— BdAVin Spearing of Appin- ; ;T ; ' ISTarellan Tramway platform and Post office, four times or oftener daily, £26, ' 31 De cember, 1896— Walter E. Larkins of Narel lan; - ISTarellan and Cobbitty,;5 miles, six .per - ? week,, horseback, ^45»-^lBecember„-1896-r--r ?* ? Thomas Cumming-s ofi ©obbitly., ; . , . i j ; ; Camdenj Brownlo'w Hill, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

II .|H I V'' ' ? nMllllWIWllll.il,. nil II iwhi.i TI j . - ... ? - — f he - Oaks - Family - Hotel. Proprietor, 'W. MoKEE, -, ' This first* class FAMILY HOTEL is now opi&h for the acoomnfbdation of yisitofffe. Tlta&otfil replete with all modern oonvenienceB, handsomely furnished, and the best winea aind Bpinta oaly kept. ' ?; ' y , ? ? ? ? , Terms moderate, Private and public iOQT&& ' „ ' ? O ? ? ? » The Hotel ia situated on an eminettce, eomtnancfing a series of views' unequalled in Australia. ] The Oaks .township has no equal as an health resort, and re one of the chief eanitoriiana in New Sonth Wales. The elimate is a salubrious one, solid and equable. - » Conveyance* from Heanessy's Plough and Harrow Inn, Camfcfefi, jJaMy to The Oaksv Telephonio comffittnicatioit' to and from Camden: v egiatered Look at This 1 X ? the BLUE BOOK containing the prices of ^ JP^Wf ™ M Grocery, Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Boots ana Ironmongery, ?3«aiH|553)fi£5. Enamel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

_ r. h iNbrLis v ; A U C T 1 6 KE FiR /: | | /? aOESE, CATTLE ACT teOOTJdE sA±ES3IA». 1 ^ ' Weekjjr Sales held , every Tuesday at CAilDEN, and every Wednesday at PtCTOft. i^iA. special HORSfi SALE will be lifeld on the 1st ! ij^)arday irl eVery month a* his 'Jfaras, jDataden. . ; . £jtJMBERLAND HOUSE, CAMDEtf C. T. WHtTEMAN, ? . ? 0 ~ DRAPER; GROCER, BAKER. IROtfMOtfGER, ,,, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. All kinds of Produce bought and sold. Bran, ' ; ? Chaff, Pollard, & e, always on hand. .. ?. .-v, ?.??I'he best* General 'Assorted Stock in the town: to choose from, and at prices that defy competition. ... ^ - Before malcincr.your purchases, . . PLEASE INSPECT OUR STOCK. V ' B a A , I., MR. F. E. COW PER, SOL1CITOB, &C., ' ' '- ? ? ? ''t r.tS -? ; ' r 9 % ^ ; 19^ (First Floor) Post Office Chamber,. 114 Pitt Street,. Sydney., ' * ~~ C.~A7 ma RTIN7 LICENSED SURVEYOR, Specially Licensed under the Real Property Act, Government Mining Surveyor, ^ Member of the Institution of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

J.-1 Rankin, JOINER, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, 'i ? AND Timber Merchant, C-A-ZMTIDEIlsr. Estimates furnished. All orders reasonably exeeuted Grand Stock of Timber for building and fencing ? ' kept in stock. ... ffl «5- -3 ffl £ S- 0-^3 ® ffl® 0Si aS-3 ffl O- '* * STATE FUNERALS. J. D. RAHKXN, ARGYLE STREET, , CAMDEN', . Begs to inform the residents of Camden aiid adjoin- ? ing districts that be has built a fivst-clasa HEARS liJ to meet the requirements of the Undertaking Business. For the use of the Hearse, a moderate charge will be made. ''-? ' The -Hearse will meet any train at Camden, Narellan, 6ampb%lltWnV Menangle, or Picton, as per arrangement. — ,rlj^ 'The Hearse dn hire. Terms reasonable, Large etockof fir 86- class F uneral Furniture on v hand. . « I An^ersoii's Seeds always tl*e best, ? : ; ' A. .;J- !BAYLEY, CHEMIST, CAMDEN.

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England's Future King. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. THE DETAILS OF HIS CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

England's Future King. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. THE DETAILS OF HIS CLAIM. The Berlin correspondent of a New York paper disclose tbe fact that the German Emperor intends to try and legally oust the Prince of Wales from the heirship of the British Crown . The presumptions of the 'Kaiser' (who claims as the son of the Prince of gales' elder sister), are endorsed by eminent men in both Germany and Great Britain, and notably by an opinion placed in writing by the late James Anthony Froude, the celebrated historian. Eleven months and eighteen days previous to the birth of Albert Edward Prince of Wales, Queen Victoria had a child by her husband, the Prince Consort, which was named Victoria, and received the title of Princess Royal.' There is in courtly parlance, a notable difference between the term and; style of ' Princess Royal, and that of ' Royal Princess,' the first designating alike the* heiress -apparent and the heiresspresump tive of her ancestor, the other applying to all female childr...

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

'Camden Maalolpal Cotmoll. ^ The usual fortnightly meeting of thia, Council vrae held on W ednesday week last. The followiug Aldermen were, present. -;- Aldermen.E. Q. Griffiths, W; 0. Furner; G. Cleveland, E. F. Druitt, and J. Frier. 'Y Apology -vfaa received for the absenoe of the Mayor (Aid. J. D. Rankin). Alderman Griffiths in the absence of the Mavor was voted to the chair . ? The minutes of the last meeting, of the M, council were read and confirmed. \ CORRESPONDENCE. Letter from Mr. C. Bull M.P., in reference 7. to the wishes of the council to ask the / government to grant the sum of £200 to ? ' wards relieving the distress of the district, .j and suggested a course of proseedure. It was decided to follow the suggestions contained in Mr. Bull's letter. Letter from the Post Master General in reference to the inadequate accommodation at the Camden Post Office, as pointed out by the Camden council. It was decided to hand the correspondence over to the member of the district, Mr....

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Band Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

B^nd' .Social. . j The members of the Camden Brass Band have eyary reapon to feel highly gratified at the success that attended their social on Thursday evening last. Notwithstanding the postponement — which in most cases is: always detrimental to good success — fully fifty couples tripped the light fantastic to .their hearts content until midnight. The music, as usual, was supplied by the band, under the conductorship of Mr. Anson, and was all that could be desired. Extras were generously played by Messrs Hopson and. Derrfraan, and Mr. Porter. Mr. J. Curran performed the duties of M. C.y in a credit able and satisfactory manner to all con concerned. No'w that the winter months are approaching, these socials will prove very popular,- and no doubt, will be an attraction to the 'many young people of the district. 'I

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District News. Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

District News. Bob's Range- . [From our own correspondent.] . The disti'ict after the late rains* looks excellently well, the various crops are, how ever, ntjt satisfactory, but we L are much to he thankful for. It is the farmers' ami tlairyniens' lookouthow to strive and provide a supply of fodder for the winter season, if futurej. crops are not put in in due time (l ey cannot be expected to prosper, the coming winter may a.t?ain be sever , ami as storeage costs but little extra, fodder should lie stacked n.wav in nara nf n future rlrnmrhf Tlio cattle are in good order at present and still contiuing to improve, but. .the. whiter must be laced.-' In this' district the fanners are prone to overstock their farm-1, and many dams for the preservatation of water are neglected, no thought being given to the clearing them * out.

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Camden A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

'Camden A. H. and I. Sooiety. A committee meeting of the above was held ill the School of Arts oa Friday after ? noon,, „6th inst, Mr. J. K. Chisholm (President) presiding. There were also present: Messrs Beeves, 0. Furner, Jas. Hayter, R. H. Druitt, Jesse Hayter, Hurley, Harris, 0. Mcintosh, Venecs, Barker. A. J. 0. Thompson, R. Olemson, Dowines,, R. Boardman, Willis, A. V. Moore and Hon. Secretary, Mr. W. R. Gowper. Minutes of meeting held on 14th January were read and adopted. Apologies for non-attendance were re ceived from Messrs. Lakeman/ Jas: E. Moore, F. B. Little, and J. Linton, all of whom expressed themselves against the holding of a show. n/!«- . . The President, iq opening proceedings, submitted the petition forpholding a show in the month of April. It was signed by 27 persons, nine only of whom were mem bers of the society. His views regarding [ the holding of a show had already been lately expressed through the local paper, and he had nothing to add to them. . Be woul...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

???* '?- I The Oaks. v ,4$*' ? TFrom 'our own Correspondent. 1 . ? 'f 'A cricket match tool* ?place here on Satur 1 «day between ;the looiil and Burragorang 0. Clubs resulting in a decisive win for the latter. For Burratrorang, F. Tollerman played a good £ame for 45, and for Tl»e Oaks Jno Devitt 21 was the only one to make any stand against the bowling of Clarkaon and Reilly. There was great indignation in the village during the past' two weeks against a gang of thieves who broke into several of the orchards here with the object of .eating all thev could and destroying as much as possible: this was most apparent in the garden of Mr Taylor, who had been watering and tend ing a number of melon vines throughout the dry weather, and had brought them almost to perfection. After getting over a 6f't pailing fence and. trampling carefully on top of the vines and cutting off over 30 melons they decamped with what were eatible, leav ing/what were not forcharitable institutions, so in a few mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

JTOR SALE — 16£ acres of Lahd/'wifii, a two roomt'd -weather-board J^ottage'/at/'/Elderslie ... . No reasonable offer refused. ft / '' /✓ ? D. FI^ETCHERj'Elderslie, TPO LET — A cottap-e with nine rooms, with out J side cottage of four roomy, 2 acres of orchard . -with the . same, or three hundred acres of land ad - .-joining. . Addreas— E. GIBSON, 'Werombi, Camden, or at ''The 1 amdtn News' Office; /j1' SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT CAMDEST. ? E. e. INOLI^ j Has received instructions fTOta^DR./MtrLLEE. of. - Camden, to sell by public auction at the resi dence of Db. MullebV (who is leading the district) on SATURDAY, MARCH 28, //. 'The whole of -the Household Furniture and effects. ?' ? & ? -?Full particulars in the next' issue of 'The ?Camden News.' ? o a L E AT CAMDEN. 0 ? R. H. INGLIS. Has receivpd instructions fiom J. E. Inglis, Esq, of ,..??? Glenmore, to sell .by public auction at his Camden Sale-Yards, on TUESDAY NEXT, 17th MARCH, , 15 cows and heifers in ful...

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Bringelly. [from our own correspondent.'] The monthly meeting of the Bringelly Progress Association was held at Mr. K. Watson's on Saturday week last. It being the annual election of officers, the following gentlemen were elected : — President, Mr. A. W. Blood, vice president , Mr. W. Howard ; secretary, Mr. !R. Watson; treasurer, Mr. H. Pike ; auditors, Messrs Nicholson and Adams; committee, Messrs Millington, Petty, Adams, Cordon, Palmer, and all office-bearers. A discussion took place concerning the action of the secretary in not asking the member, Mr. T. R. Smith, M. L. A., to introduce the late deputation regarding the railway survey, Liverpool to Mulgoa ; the secretary justified his aetion by stating that Mr. Smith had voted against the loan estimates, which included the estimate for ;the survey and his heading the deputation would, he considered, be inconsistent. The secretary's explanation was upheld by the majority. Communications were requested to be sent to the engineer f...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Menangle. . FBOM OtTR OWN C0EBESr0NI-ENT.l A lecture was delivered in the leoal hall on Friday last by Major Onslow on his late experience with the British forces during their march to the relief of Chitral, a fort situated in North West India. Mr. John' Hickey was voted to the chair. Major Onslow on appearing was received very cordially by a large audience, some of whotn . had come a considerable distance to hear his address, which was listened to through out with marked attention. On com mencing tne Major appeared a trine nervous, but before many- minutes had elapsed he - was perfectly self possessed and had put himself on good terms with his audience. The opening remarks of the lecture detailed . the cause of the trouble, which in this case ' was a not uncommon one amongst savage races, a chief had died and there at once sprung up a number of claimants to the governorship of the district, no sooner had one relative of the late chief got hold of the reins of government, than along...

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Warner's Safe Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Warner's Safe Cure. . The Annual Report of the Warner's Safe Cure Company, for the year ending July 31, shows £32,078 Is 3d available for dividends. This report is certainly satisfactory, and shows that the old-time prosperity of the Safe Cure business is rapidly returning | under the management of the English Board of Directors. No doubt, both the Australasian tr.ade and the publishers will be pleased, to learn that the Australian Branch will now receive special attention under the management of Mr. H. W. Calkins, and whose experience has been ripened by hav ing charge of the advertising department of this company in Great Britain.

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Bringelly [Fkom our own Correspondent.] Our interesting Bringelly report arrived too late to appear this week. At a public meeting of land owners the majority were of opinion that the value of 'unimproved value of land'' in the district was £2 per acre.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Notes. ?;-i The Corporation took the iiint given ixl a . decent issue of oar pap.er^ arid had the ^watermen's ixoad on this' side of the bridge pufe into good orderj but the owner of the Opposite bank immediately put Tip a wire :-Je'nce to the bridge bamng the way oiit,. so -that, barts have to return by the way they enter; .. Fortunately the -gradient is a man pageable- one, so long as the ruts are kept' * ' filled ; up-.^ The closing of the Kirkham ;,;v-bank may be only the assertion of a ^right^-./.tand may be suspended after ?*', Ja- sufficient period, as has been done before. ? VVe . cannot blame land-owners for taking . precuations against fights of way growing lip. We do ? not know whether the two roads on Kirkham bank were cut by the Corporation, nor whether leave was obtained; 'Uhe fear of disputes makes many kiiid .hearted land-owiiers appear churlish, as, in ? their own protection, they are obliged to ? bar even their intimate friends at times, and :keep record of it, or ...

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Original Poetry. YOUTH AND AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

Original Pbfltry. YOUTH ANJD AG E; Watch in £ the blue 6Vy, Than following the dav lidnrs Jn V^ourlerm6ht fat wild flowerej Th*t fade hy-md-bye OH ! the liveliness bf the gleam llmt r feats upon the morning's beatti, Wlleu leaves are tipped with gold. t)6pp mertitatioa. And life's realities break Upon the pathways men make 3u every station. And the gathered wild floWera faded* - Sle»p in the ye'irs that aire Shaded, . Ih the valloy of death; Aged, the wearied one f'Jntera Eleav'n's vault of blue. . The Orown-rodm opened to view , I'hi'ou^h Jehovah's son. Then are tlie valleys made all bright That once V/ere shaded by His -light ?That strewed our paths with flowers. Philip d. loriaIer.

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Election of Alderman NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

; Election o£ Alcformafi. NOMINATION BAY, Ob Tuesday last the ratepayers of Cam .den assembled at the Council Chambers, to hear the nominations read for the extra ordinary vacancy* for an' Alderman caused | by the resigna'tioq of Mr. H. P. Reeves. ' The Mayor (Alderman J, D. Rankin) as ,- * '' ' ITeturjaing Officer presided. ' -fhere was only a email attendance. The returning officer after reading the . announcement calling together the rate payers, . which had appeared in The Camden -News, notifying that he had received two nominations, viz. : Mr; Henry Moore, farmer, Fair view, , r Camden, nominated by Messrs C. Furner, W. Whiteman, Charles Smith, James Frier, J. Duffy, T. Stevens, E. Goodwin and J E. Water worth. Mr. Frederick Henry Burne, woollen manufacturer, aominated by Messrs G. E. Yonng, O. V. Coleman and A. J. Bayley. , The Returning* Officer stated that in con quence of there being more than one nomination an election would be held on Friday, the 13th inst., from 8 a;m. t...

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A Local Industry. F. FERGUSON & SON'S AUSTRALIAN NURSERY GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 March 1896

A Local Industry. f. Ferguson & son's Aus tralian NURSERY CAMDEN, by M.R; H. £j; Through the invitation of a friend ! recently paid a. visit to your local nurserymen's place and must say I spent a most delightful and instructive time, I might say, here, that I have seen nearly all the nurseries in Aus tralia,1 and many in Great Britain^ The nurseries are owned by the well known firm Of Messrs Ferguson and Son's, whose name wherever I have travelled is exceedingly well known,- many times I have asked orchardists where they obtained their fruit trees that have such excellent fruit; The reply was invariably from Ferguson's of Camden; And what I am about to say your readers will see that the supplying of fruit trees from this nursery is an easy matter, because , they are there by thousands-. , 'On entering the fruit tree grounds, -the first thing, which strikes one, is the tremendous number of young stock of ail description, full of vigor, cleanj straight stocks all in rows., 3 ...

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