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A Nasty Jumping Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 March 1896

A Nasty-Jumping Aooident Early one morning of the past week, Mr. Gus Schneider, of Wivenhoe, was out school ing a chestnut horse, (the property of Mr. Maddox) near Cummiag's paddock, close to Cobbitty. The horse had mastered his work over the fences two or three times, but the last iumt- the horse touched the fence by its leg; the rider in order to teach the horse its lesson, essayed the jump -again, but by some means the horse slipped, doubt less owing to the wet grass and the rider not using the spurs. The horse struck the fence with its fore legs and turned a com - plete somersault over the fence/ falling on the plucky rider, who was pitched over the fence. Assistance was quickly on the scene and rendered every care to young Schneider, Dr. Morton was summoned who found that his patient had broken his collar bone, and one rib, together with slight internal injury. The latest report is that Schneider is out of immediate danger, but is suffering greatly from his injuries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 March 1896

* R. H. IJSHiJLlS / r'~ . , AUCTIONEER, f ;l iiOESi/' .OATTLE AND PRO&tf&B BAXit&tJUk, ' ' ; t / y*'-^ 1 ————— ^ Sales held -?rery Tuesday at CAMDEN, ? ' Y 'v-: and every Wednesday at PICTON, A special HORSE SALE will fee held,' on the isfc Saturdaf it every month at *us Yards, Camden. QtfM^ELANB HOUSE, CAMDEN 0. T. WHITEMAIsf, , ±-RAPE&, GROCER'. BAKElt IRONMONGER, ?: * . AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. All kinds of Produce bought and- sold. Bran, Chaff, Pollard, &c, always on hand. {fche bpftf General Assorted Stock in the town to cliooae from, aiid at prices that dofy competition. , , Before mailing your purchases, PLEASE INSPECT / OUR STOCK. J ^ ' E G A ' L. MR. F. K. COWPER, - ;i . SOLICXTOB, &c., 19, (First-Floor) Post Office Chamber's, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. . 'CTAT'MXRTrNT-. LICENSED ' SURVEYOR, ' Specially Licensed under::the?Real Property. Act, iftGoveiinment Mining Surveyor, ' Melnb'er of the Jnstitution of Surveyors, i .? :??? v...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 March 1896

.Camden Postal Information , Arrivals from : Cawdor — at 11.45 a.m . Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m, . The Oaks— 6 p.m, ? Mount Hunter— 6 p.m .? Burragorang— 6 p.m . . ? Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. , . . Narellan — 11.35 a. m daily and :7.25 p. m from Moa- v ? . days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m - Campbelltown — ditto . , , ditto Granville— ditto ditto Sydney— ditto ditto ? Mails close for;:;. Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m. ? ? The Oaks— 11.45 a.m . Burragorang — 11. 45 a.m 1 '' Mount Hunter— 11.45 a my Liverpool — 8.35 a.m daily) Narellan— 8.35 a.m, and .2,20 p.m daily Carnpbelltowu— 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily i Granville— 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily ' Sydney— 8.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily. Cawdor— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. , ,: V! :V. ., T.P.O. South--5.50:ip.mi daily. . (Sunday's ex cepted.) ' . ' ' . , . . . V' . Letters posted in Camden ; before 8 30 a m, are delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney . (Sunday excepted) Englis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 March 1896

Proprietor, W. McK.EE. .This first-class FAMILY HOTEL is now open, for the1 accommodation of vfsrtoftf. fif' ' replete with all modern conveniences, handsomely t fttmished, and .the beBt winea ana sp&iia . only kef*. ? A.. ' ?. ? 1 O. ' ' ? : '' .- a. Terms moderate. IPrivate and public ro®m& , 'v- : ? -O i , l]he Hotdl is situated o& an eminence, commanding a series of views unequalled in Auistrali®.' The Oaks township lias no- equal as an health resort, and is one of the chief sanitoriuiM ia» Nbw South Wales* The climato is a salubrious one, mild and equable. ? 1 ? Conveyances- frwn Hetaaessy's Plfiughi. and Harrow Ian, CarodteB, daHy to- The Oaka; Telephonic communication to and from Camden. ^ ' «gistertd Loot at This I . Write for the BLUE BOOK containing- the prices of ? Grocery, Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Boots an^ IrDnmocgeryy Eaamjelware. and Household Kequisitiea of every description;. _ rTTT' post free: bon't be without ir. While- 1 lLve. PH croi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

#irze list CANTERtfUKtf HANDICAP. April 25tb, / ' ?' ' ' 1 0,000 at 5i \ BiitfttbAY CUf. May 25tii- ^ i U ? CO, 000 at 5; ' ' GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACfi. Jufy 4tk, ?- ' 5.0,000 at 5; — - CAULFlELfr CUP, 100,000 at A ? v MELBOURNE .CUP, 100,000 at 20,.. BAK& CP VAN DIEMAN'S LAND LOTTERY J 20*000 at 5. ' ' Por'fttll portiottlai,8 i6ad ou,t printed Circular^ fcfr. Note ouf Nett Address — TATl'ElR^Alljfj, CateGEO. ADAMS, fiobart, TASMANIA. IF YOU WANT A PIANO , 00 MOT DECIDE till you have written td ti8. 1'''* _ We will send our 50-page Catalogue giving valuable information; THiS WILL SAVE YOU from loss and ... PP . . ? ? We f Sole' Ase»ts for *n thcb'e:f fejipsi takers— Stemway; Lipp, Brmsmead, . Erard, Feurich, Eck-e, Gors& Kallmann j Uebel & Leiclileiter, The ' Victor-,' 'Thd Belling, and others; ' Also for ESTEV ORGANS & Boosey'sBand Instruments; . WE*S£LL ON TIME PAYMEilTi WE MAKE IT EASY * a- 'Jjhrft -. C 'jO with us wherever you live. We || 9 &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

v- ? jsl, M:©«aaoiML©* rEECHAM^ .' p«r.| fe?c 9 «l- ? ' t\ a Ira 11^ . For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Paiii in fhe Stomach, Sick . , Hja-.Iache,, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals. Dizziness and Drowsiness, .Cold GiiiUs, Flushings of Hoit, Loss Of Appdtite^ Shortness of Breathi : Costivenfess. Blotchbs i-& , tho Skin, Disturbed Sleep. Frightful Dreamsj and all ;Nervous: and- -Trembling Sensations, Sec. The first Dose .WILL give relief in twenty minutes. This ; is no fiction. Evehr\^iif2rdr4s'''cafhestlv.'ihvitcd'td',tty'6rib-)B6x-bf these Pills, and they wiU be ackno wledged to, bp 'W.ORTH A GUINEA A BOX.' ? liTiECHAM'S TILLS, iakbii as directed, will quickly restore' fern ales to complete h-uitti. . They .protnptly remove any 'obstruction, or irregulavitv of the system. For a Misled' Sigestte;' !-Sif^rdei?e'di:LiTOY : . fch--v ai*- like magic.: ' A few dofios^vill work ; wonders, upon , the .Vital Ovjjans ; Strengthening the i . v : - wc-uln-r...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Camden' Postal Information, Aiuhvals from : Cawdor — at 11.45 a.m v . Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m, The Oaks — 6'p.ra, ' ' Mount Huuter — 6 p.m ? Burragorang— 6 p.m Liverpool — 7.25 p.m, Moudays to Fridays, ou ; Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. : 11 O a n »vi rlotlir o n rl '7 On. n W» TVT days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m Campbelltown — ' ditto ditto Granville — ditto .ditto . Sydney — ditto ditto Mails close for : Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m The Oaks — 11.45 a.m ^ Burragorang— 11.45 a.m Mount Hunter — 11.45 a.m, Liverpool— S. 35 a. m daily; ' Narellan— 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Campbelltown — 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Granville— 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily ' ' ' Sydney — 8.35 a.m,1 and 5.50 p.m daily. Cawdor— Monday, : Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. ; T.P.O. ! South— 5.50 pan daily. ? (Sunday's ex cepted.) ... Letters posted iu Camden before 8 30 a m, are delivered per 1 o'clock delivery, in' Sydney. (Sunday excepted) . ? : English mail made up every Monday -at 8 30 a.m ; One penny ...

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Ten Commandments. TO FACTORY-MILK SUPPLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Ten Commandments. ^ TO FACTORY- ; MILE . SUPPLIERS. I. Thpu ' shalt rise eai-ly in the, morning and deliver, thy. .milk , to the factory for he, that aoethMate causeth' the butter-maker to use n^h profane la'hguag1^. ' ' II. Thou shalt not slaughter thy calves until the third day,, and hearken unto me take not more than one rennet from 'each carcase. ? . Ill, Thou shalt. take no cream off thy milk, not even for' thy coffee or thy tea, for when you getteth thy dividend one shall say unto another why. takesfc it more milk here for a pound of butter than at other factories. Then the Jbutter-rnaker shall rise up in his wrath and smite to .the earth /.TV., T'hou slfalt put no water in, thy milk least ,^henjfch^'''dividend cometh unto the Directors t^ey^a;!^ say unto thee dost thou see any tiling in bur optics of an emerald liue. Thoii^ wilt got no shekel for thy milk; not if the court knowest herself, which also she thinkest . she. dost. Moreover, if thou sesuecn not tnis tniiag. up win ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Cricket. | A match took - place on the Recreation Ground on Saturday last between the Camden C.C., and. Camden Alberts, and resulted in a win for the former. For the victors F. Harris and C. J. King score'd respectively 36 and 30. For the losers Gr. Barter was the only player to reach double figures, 13. Hopson, bowled well for his side, whilst Crisp trundled remarkably well for the Alberts. Scores : ? ? : . ' Camden Alberts, ' G. Barter, b Hopson .. .. 13 Waterworth, ,b Bugden ., ,, 2 Smith, c and b Russell .. 4 Sollinger, c Bugden b Farendon .. 5 Tangye, c and b Farendon . . . . 0 ' Peat, h.o,w. b E. Harris .. . ? 2 A. Barter, c Farendon b Hopson .. 6 _i, Peters, .b Hopspn .. 1 ' ' Stuckey, b Hopsgn .. .. 3 ' Creiffliton', b-Hop'son .. . . 1 'Crisp,. not out,. .. ...- 2 i \ ^ Sundries . . 10 ' ; \ . Total r 49 Bowling Analysis. — Hopson took 3 wickets for 4 iruns ; ! Bugden,! r I for 4 ; Farendon, 2 for 16 j Russell 1 for 8 ; F. Harris, 1 for 8. \ Camden C.C. I Hopson, -b Crisp T....

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Remedial value of Food [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Remedial value of Food There will come a timG*; says a decent writer, wlte& no medicine -v^ill: be admini stered, except in acute and suddem attacks. Disease will he cured by food.^ The intelligent housekeeper is testing the value of this assertion' in her daily ordering ofj the meals of her Jiousehold, for her lately acquired knowledge of deitetics has put her in the Vfay oi such enlightenment. a Jisc.-or :iQoa rem eares compu©a oy me housekeeper is condensed and suggestive, 'and worth cutting: out and pasting in the family recipe book, ^ Celery is invaluable as a food for those suffering from any form of rheumatism, and for. diseases- of the nerves and nervous dyspepsia. Lettuce ia useful to- those suffering' from insomnia,' Water- cre.=s is a remedy for scurvy. Peanuts for indigestion ; they are specially : reccommended for eorputent diabetes. Pea nuts are1 made iisto a wholesome and-; nutritious soupr are1 browned and used as coffee, are eaten as a relish, simply baked, ...

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Camden and Campbelltown Revision Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

CamdenX and . Campbelltown Revision \ \ ' , Court. This court was1 held; on Saturday last the 21st instant, at?v the;._ Camden Police Court. Mr F; W.^Edwards\P,M,. presided. For .the. Camden Bivision 5 new names were added to the roll. 9 names' werie taken off the list. No objections were lodged . to the names on the. roll. ; For the Campbelltown Division 5 new names were added, 3 names were transfered (change of residence). No objections being raised to the names on the electrol roll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

,A case , of Nervous 'lirsstration Resulting froiu Indigestion. jTjtyey sty that misery loves company) arid they -lvive hjicl itfc .so -often.it- hasr prtssed into a' proverb ?Vist.it isn't an all-round truth. They want to be .i.li'ft , alone. )Xhey,; hate.,, to .. be elbowed and talked to. A wounded : dog will cra.ivl ii^tb some retired place by. itself. Tile ; o'f;bad!y iiiju^ed' men/ after a battle is tlie fSa ne. Ailments thai ai;e mostly frthcy, tend to set i . .:ignes waggint*. But- read j-'genuine- and dangeioiia j ,xl'''ases (.Wt ;|neite,to speech'., . Crises .which are .1 'l g wi.lf fat e v'su'allv honie'arifl go'iri c(niet. ' I . hat is why Mrs;,-S ?n%am,lia!.l no.desire for the f ociety of even her be'.trfrifrids' at a certain time /she wooing to tell us about.' ' '' ' VCfjrt* April.: 1881,' ehe writes 'I never knew' what it was to be ill. At that time I began to feel that something was atnfsff with me. F had no relish for my meals,- and aftej- ealting, my chest felt tenv...

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Camden Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Camden Police Court. [ Saturday . .March 21. Present Mr. John Lakeman J.P., in the chair, and Mr; Charles Furner J.P. Mrs Annie French lessee of tlie Com mercial Hotel, Camden, made application to the bench for. the transfer of the licence from herself to Mr. Samuel Allingham of Camden. The bench at once granted the transfer, and pointed out to Mr. Allingham that they hoped the hotel would be conducted by iiim in the same excellent manner as the hotel had been conducted in the past.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

R E W A R D. ] S -me evil disposed person «r persona have wil £ .jy broken down a wire fence on the .KiRKHAM t rjS'I'ATI'V near the bridge, ' crossing the Nepean i River. N JTTCE is hereby given that any person . or perao..s found trespassing on the Estate will be orchwith prosecuted. H. L. MACKELLAR Kirkham, March 6, 1886. The Boy's Home, Camden. ' fPHE M -TRON (Miss Thompson) will be very .1. pleased to aee the friends of the Boy's -Home, :at a Garden Party to be held in the (Grounds of the Home, ou Friday, 27th March. The boys have been making a few fern baskets, - ?etc., and with some gifts from friends to be dis- ^ posed of for the benefit of the Home. It is hopied that puffiuttjnifc money will be raised from sales ?effected to purchase at least some of the many ?! 3itcle things needed to make the Home comfortable! j for the winter. ? The Matron will be very glad to reeeive con- ;? tributions of fruit, flowers, cakes, and indeed anything that will make the Garden Party a ?_ucce...

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NIGHT SOIL COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Night Soil Collection, Alderman E . G. Griffiths directed . attention -to what he considered a great hardship to the ratepayers of Camden with ;in the town boundary, he considered that 3 | the stariding resoluiion of the council as to ' a weekly service, ishould he altered, he moved the following motion to be brought forward at the next meeting of the council. That i the stringent resolution as to a weekly service be rescinded, :;;:and that the adminis tration of the Act be left to the descretionary powers of the sanitary inspector. Alderman 0. T. Whiteman also spoke on the subject, Alderman C. T. Whiteman, asked if any further steps had been taken as to the council clerk's bond to the council. The council clerk notified to the Alder men that the matter had been concluded, and he trusted would be to the satisfaction of the council. Alderman G. Cleveland pointed out the bad state of the crossing Over the foot path leading to the railway station yards, he desired so know if such was a...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

- ' ; ? ?-, ?? RELIGIOUS SERVICE'S; ? Church of England. ^ Camden-at 7.30a.rn, (H.C.) 'Westbrook— at 3.30 p.m, Rev u Theresa Park— at 3.30 p.m, Rev Jt_F, Russell . , Werombi-at 11.30 'A.m, Rev J, i .Russell Friday— March ; 27, 3 p.m, confirmation, The Primate. ' ? ;-' .. Good Friday. Camden— at 7.30 a.m., (H-.C) ; . . ? 'Camden— at 11 u.m, Rev C. J* King , ? - ? ? ??'Gam den— at' 7.30 p.m, R«v J. 3inS W estbrook— at 3 p.m, Rev J; F^Russell ? Me'nanglcrr-a.tJ.l am, Bev J. P Russell Theresa Parfcrrat 3 p. m, Rev O. J. , King,, , ?. , ? Low Saturday:. . ... . r ? , Camden — at 7.30 a.m. Ante-Communion' At 7-30 p.tnj Lantern Passion Services will ,be hold in the churches as follows..— ?March 26— Westbrook March 30— Monangle April 1 — Theresa Park , - April 2— Werombi ' ' V ' April 3— Camden ? Wesleyan ? XIUlTlKHJUVlug o»JL viv&Q aw«, Camden — at 7 a.m, Praise Caiiuleri — at 11 a.m., Mr. H. Bevis Camden-at 7.30 p.m, Rev: W- Wall. A peoples service-anthems, polos, special- address...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

?'paindenv;Mttdpip^;'ObunoU.: ;'f®fctes:-^&ual fortnightly meeting of 'r,rtl±e cbtLiidil Was held onv Wednesday, 1 8th' inst'. The Mayor (Alderman J. D. Rankin)' pre- sided. The following aldermen were present':— W. C. Furner, 0. T. Whiteman, J. Frier, E. F. Druitt, G: Cleveland and E.G.Griffiths. Aldermrin H. Moore after taking the formal declaration took his seat at the council table.. Tho mimitfis nf the r-rftvimis mfifttinp' of the council c^vere read and confirmed . Work's Committee Report on the Car rington and The Oaks road was then eonBidered- . The aldermen recommended certain repairs to b\ carried out od these loads. Alderman Griffiths pointed out that some thing should be done at once to the road ? leading to the dairy fa m occupied by Mr. O'Keefe, on The Oaks Road, the unfenced land formerly used by him bad now been fenced off, and his proper road was impos sible to be _ travelled. Mr. O'Keefe, although a ratepayer, has to pay a rental for a way out of his farm t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Forthcoming Engagements Camden Municipal Council : — meets every alternate Wednesdays afc 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. School OF AitTS, Committee Meeting :— 2nd Tuesday : in . each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday arid TMday evenings from 7' to 8, and on Thursdays from .3 to 4 p.m. Quarterly Licensing Court Camden, Saturday, April 25, 1 L a m Ladies meeting re Fancy Pair— at Drill Hall, iucsday 3lst instant at 4 30 p m R H luglis— at Camden Saturday 28th instant, ? sale of furniture at residence of Dr -M uller Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be held at, Campbelltown on the 20th May, and 27th October 1896. _ ?'?'?.' Auction' Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, -from 2 p.m., at Mr., R, H. Ir.^lis' Sale Yards, Camden. The' Boy's Home, Camden Garden Party, Fri day 27th March. Grand Sportiug Carnival in aid of St Paul's R. C. Church,' Camden, at Hennessy's paddock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

J O O S T I GK JL 2-T ARGYLF STREET, CAMDEN, Carpenter, Joiner, Wheelwright, Coach-body Maker, Undertaker, House Builder, etc. General repairs ( promptly executed..'; Sulkies, ' . Buggies, on hand or to order'.u _ . ; .ESTIMATES GIVEN. . ? — ; — . '. ' ::L' mO LET— A first dairy or Agricultural FARM, 1 about, |14 acres, Cobbitty. , .Paddock., The ' Farm has a frontage to the river, ' and is securely . ' fenced and subdivided into paddocks ? the bulk of ? f the land is cleared. For further particulars,' rent,. &c., apply to. . ' ? ; . 0. T. WHITEMAN. ' Camden. , Bay ley's Carbonized Eucalyptus Ointment, The best healer for Cuts, Burns, Old Soros, Chafes, &c. Pots Is. . A & Metyley , Argyle Street, Camden , ; :% %

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Fruit Culture PRESENT, and FUTURE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

? ? ' ' PMt Culture ' ' ; ~ PRESENT, and FUTURE PROSPECTS/ by F.R.H.S. ; :' During my stay at the Luddenham Show through the kind invitation of Mrs. and the Misses Anschan, I was their guest. The farm is within one mile of Luddenham township, excellently situated., on the side of a beautiful slope facing the main road between Bringelly and Luddenham, and consists of a very large, area of land on both sides of the road. The land is admirably adapted for fruit* culture, and .was selected by the late Mr. Anschau wno was witnout doubt a »most able man, especially as an orchardist and wine maker ; noted for his kindness and generosity. Mr. AnsChau was buried in the new burying ground, a portion of the property which he gave to the parish. The house is ^situated on a- pretty flat near the ? magnificent yineyard planted by him in the early days, ' the flower garden is laid ; out with plants and flowers of the rearest kinds, and possesses '' a choice collection ' of roses, ornamental trees,...

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