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

Notes. , . The .-last: meeting of the Oamd'en -Aldei?-; men was one of- the most important held for yoiiie considerable time past-. The principal subject, of /discussion being on the question of the rights of the public to free access to, the Ifepe'an river for the. pii'fpose of obtain-^ ing water for domestic and 6tliel* uses*, There are many outside' the sphere of -Aldermen who. were under the impression 'that they held 'the right of approach to the banks of the river , but, such appears 'not Ho be the case , by the action of the owner ' of the land on the Elderslie side of the river; Mr. Gi'iffiths shre-vdly. pointed out that if 1 the o wner of the land on the Camdeh 'sidfc fenced off his land, not only the toWn'sKip of Camden would be cut oif from drinking water, but travelling stock will have to travel ?a. long distance before watei1 could be ob tained. It is certainly far from a pleasant sentiment to know thai any one approach-^ in'' the banks of the ISTepean are to all ?inten...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

Spotting The -'Oxford and Cambridge boat-race takes place on the Thames on- Saturday . 'Cambridge is a firm favourite.' ' An attempt :has been' ina'de to lame Rory O'More, the favourite for - the ' Grrand National Steopleohase, lo be run near Livor po'ol, on the 27th inst. Bioken ^lass was strewn along :'the ' iraiiiing-tritclc, but fortunatelj- the 'design, was, ' detected, aud the horse escaped injury Tlie following members. of the Narellan. C.C., have been selected to play against the Oamybelltown' C.C., at Campbelltown on Saturday, next March- 28- at il. .30 -a.m. — Messrs.' Hunter, ..'French, A. 'E. Moore, Buckle. Cliseold' 2, ' But'tenshaw. Englisht Waterworth, Rndd, Hanger.; Emergencies, — Messrs, Anderson and; 'Williams; The following members/ of the Camden C.C.'havo been selected to, play iDouglMs Park O.O., on Saturday next the 98th in fit., i on the former's wicket —Messrs: King, Moore, Hopson,Farrendoii, Burden, Dov;]e, j McEwan, Harris 2, French, 'Dou8t,,De\iia

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South Coast and West Camden Cooperative Company, Limited' v., the Cobbitty United Dairy Company Limited. Before Mr Justice Cohen. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

South Coast and Went Camden Co- . operative Company, Limited' v., the Cobbitty United Dairy . . Company. Limited. Before Mr Justice Cohen. Dr. Cullen and Dr. Brissenden, instructed by Messrs. Want and Marshall, appeared ' for , the plaintiff company; and Mr. Ferguson, instructed by Mr. C. Bull, ap peared for the defendant. In this case the plantiff company claimed £100, being balance of an amount alleged to be due in consequence of a loss on the export of butter to England; also for goods supplied and delivered, work and labour rl Ann - imo+rtviolo onnTvlid/-! ? uuu uiauciiatu gwJri 3 ? The defendant company pleaded not in debted, that the plantiff company did nofc incur the loss as alleged, and that the defendant; should not be liable for any loss in .consequence ., of the negligence of the plaintiff.; -Defendant also entered a cross action, ?alleging' that the plaintiff had been 4 negligent in regard to the sale and export of the butter, and; defendant claimed ^ damages for the sa...

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

Calomel, cr Blue Pills DON'T USE THEM. A PHYSICIAN'S WARNING-. Prof. R. A. Guns, ? Dean of the New York Medical College, does not, believe in the. indis criminate and general use of any 'form of mercury— either calomel or bine pill. Not only on account of the dangers which often attend their use, but he finds that all ailments. resulting from a bilious con dition are safely aud easily cured by using Warn )i''s Safe Cure.. This remedy is so well known in; every country, and all parts of the world, that every medicine dealer has it for sale, and full instructions for use, and a' so diet to be followed, are found i'ia pamphlet which accompanies/each l^ottle. Mr. W. Stewart, Main Street. Petersburg, SVA.,. write 3 : 'I think it the duty of every;/mari w;ho has suffered as I have and been thoroughly ' cured by usinvy Warner's Safe Cure to 'send a testimonial to tlie proprietors that the wonderful c fires that in effects may be made public. ? My complaint was enlarge ment of the liver, wh...

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

Curing Hams and Bacon. The following is ai first-class Essex receipt, and the quantities given are for two good sized hams ^4-Pound in a mortar : four ounces of saltpetre, and well rub the hams ; let them lay t,wo /days, then mix two pounds of coarse-.gugar, two pounds of Liverpool salt, two quarts of water, and half-a-Dint of vinegar together. Boil these well', and skim off whatever may rise; pour this boil ing hot on the hams, turn and rub every day for six weeks. Stnoke in a building or chimney over a wood fire. Another plan; — Talce the hams as soon as the hog is cold enough to cut up, rub them well with com-: mon salt, and leave them for three days to drair. ; throw away the brine, or boii and skim for future use; and for two ham?, fifteen or eighteen pounds each, mix two ounces of saltpetre, a pound of brown sugar, and a pound of. common salt. RuH the hams with these, lay them in a deep pickling dish, with t lie rind ;-downward8j and keep them for three\,days well corned with ...

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

'The first steps : - Price iO fa.Ke - ,.JiU ;; ? ? ; si.oijld be to. secure, a.,.- ' - oackef of ... . a h-e : .... .. ? # ? s'j -T*,\ ,'?vr-ly^7/s Ri fl O 6} W CI Ca Ik I CiXCS

Publication Title: Camden News
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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

. Karelian.. [FROM 0TJE OWN CORRBSPOHDENT.l Business generally is improving in Narellati, the creamery which was cocQpelled to close some time back on account of the long -continued drought, was re— Qpenett on Saturday. Mr. J. Guerin of The Qfike.;ift^e new manager. On the same day ston, late of Penrith and Liverpool, ojsened jhis new saw mill hove. ? This means more .'work -for wood carters and the tramway . worlimeu, and more revenue- for the Com- ; mi.ssionei s. The Narellan Literary and Mutual Im- ! ? provemont Society, is now in full swing, . 1 ;n debate took place on Wednesday, on Freetrade and Protection. In connection with tliis society. a braucli of the Free Lend ing Library has been .established, and the -first box of splendid works have been re ceived, and are being eagerly sought after p by the members. . The Band of Hope hold their next meet ing in the Parish room to-morrow (Friday) evening;

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

| mo LET — A. cottage with nine rooms, with out ?,v j| side cottage of four roomy, 2 acres of orchard itt; wit^the same, or three hundred acres of laud ad ^joining. \yvl Address— E. GIBSON, Werombi, Camden, or at ; ' The Camden News' Office. ? ? The Boy's Home, Camden. mHE M \TRON (Miss Thompson) will be very J. pleased to see the friends of the Boy's Home, , at a Garden Party to be held in the Grounds of the Home, on Friday, 27th March. Opening ceremony to be performed by Mrs. Beard at 3 o'clock. ? 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 hoped that sufficient money will be raised from sales ?effected to purchase at least some of the many }Iittle things needed to make the Home comfortable ?for the winter. . The Matron will be very glad to receive con-; tribut'ions of fruit, flowers, cakes, and indeed ?anything that will make the Garden ? Party a ??-' 'success. ?? There-ir^ust ne^d...

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

?Cawdor. . ?£Fuum our own Correspondent,] I notice that one of our young men Mr, ? W. Smart has started business as a grocer an Camden. This gentleman is highly ? -respeet-ecl about, here, has quiet and unassum ing manners, and will most -certainly be just . in his dealings towards his fellow men. I, : therefore, wish him success in. his venture, which' often proves .' an up-hill game to a , ?beginner even though possessed of energy -jfinr! lil.n^Tr Owing to the Creamery working full sfcinve our cricketers are unable; at present to ,-r \~. accept any challenges forwarded. This is ( :-o be regretted as some of them denrly love ;to wield the willow on every possible occasion, and generally _ do . so .-in a very ?creditable manner. In speaking about the . noble game I notice , that , the . ninth Australian eleven, is now on the point of ? ?departure from these colonies for England and' I trust 'will return cov ered with glory. ^ It is a mistake, however, from a- financial, Asocial,, an...

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FOR THE SICK-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

J' FOR THE SICK-ROOM, Wolfe's Schnapps is the. safest and most effective among stimulants; is absolutely pure, a salutary and palatable corrective. ? Mrs. Beard of' Orielton, will open the Garden Party at the Boy's Home Camden to-morrow (Friday) at 3 o'clook in the afternoon, A large attendance is looked forward to. The following are the latest Sydney prices for farm produce. Butter creamery, 8d, factory 7d to 7^d, dairy 6d per lb ; Eg«s, Is 4d to Is 6d per dozen ; Poultry, fowls, 2s to 3s, prime 3s 6d ; Ducks, 2s 6d to 3s 6d ; Geese. 4s to 5s per pair ; Chaff, £4 10s per ton. Bran and Pollard 7fd per bushel. The produce trade was quite during the week. Supplies by rail continue light. Butter met with good demand, as also did eggs. The Beverend Bichard Caldwell, of Wollongong will succeed the Bev. W. Wall in taking charge of the Wesleyan Churches of the Camden circuit. Mrs. Bankin of Camden is in a very low state , there is no improvement in her health from last reported. The Bev. W...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

LOCAL NOTES The ' Story of the Cross,' (Woodward), was rendered by the choir and congregation at St John's after the evening service on Sunday last. , ..The solos were taken by Mr. and Mrs/ New, and the Bev. J. F. Eussell. The ' Story of the Cross,', will be repeated on Sunday next. To-morrow (Friday) at St John's Chu-ch, Camden, at, 3 o'clock iu the afternoon the Pi'imato of Australia will hold a Con firmation . service. There are about 16 young ladies and gentlemen to be confirmed. Dr. Fiaschi, one of Sydney's most trusted physicians, has offered his services to the ? Italian Government, as a volunteer to assist * in the war in Abyssinia. Dr. Fiaschi left' ' Sydney yesterday. The Gymnasium class in connection with the Mounted Rifles will shortly be re opened. Those young gentlemen desirous of joining the class for the ensuing quarter must make application to Corporal W. P. May. , , On Saturday of this week (March 28) Messrs Weaver and Perry, Stock and Station agents of Sydney, wil...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

The Oaks. (From a Cokeespondeivt.) The district is now looking at its best, and the crops generally are looking every 1 thing that could be desired,. The wish, is ex pressed that better prices 'could be obtained for the produce. Like other districts our residents have been troubled and perplexed in filling up the Land arid Income Tax returns, out, tney nope tliat m time they will get to understand their full moaning, in the meantime those who havo: filled up their returns have done so with . the desire or spirit of giving a. fair honest value both in respect to -their holdings in ' land as well as in income. The proprietor of the well patronised Family Hotel has been so far. more than satisfied with the result of his venture, that,, he intends without' a day's delay to complete his idea of erecting a sale yards an close proximity to the hotel, and instructions have been given to have the same completed at once and without any delay.' Arrange niAntfi rs r\ r\ C\ iL ^ ^ i * t 1 moms u...

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 March 1896

District News. - Menangle. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The Menangle Philharmonic Society intend to give a second grand concert on Thursday next the 2nd of April fit the Men angle Hall. A very excellent programme has been arranged. Miss MaoartburrOnslow has most kindly offered to assist at the concert. The celebrated New Zealand j soprano Miss Lovegrove will be present and | sing some favourite sones. A creat success is anticipated, apd is looked forward to with much interest and pleasure. Mr. T. H. Bosworth will conduct. MjvE. Vejaess is the hon. Secretary. j The ball held in the Ioq^I hall on St Patrick's night was an unqualified success, about 100 persons being present, visitors journeyed from Camden, Campbelltown and the surrounding districts to take part. The management of affairs waa in the hands of a strong commit te© who ,ata'','to'''-;lie^.qoni''.^:' . gratulated on the splendid manner in which- ( everything was done to insure. the comfort of their guests. Dancing was, comm...

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No 2 Camden Coy. Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

2Tos 2 'Camden Coy- Mounted Rifles. Tlie usual quarterly shoot of the above was, [fired off at the range last, Saturday fortnight,, the weather was anything but favorable for good shooting hence the failure of many of the best riflemen in the company to put .up a reasonable score. : The success ful competitors were Sergt. Small, 1st £1 10s Od, and a special present by Mr. C. T; Whiteman a bridle value 5s ; 2nd Prt. 'Ferris, £1 0s Od ; 3rd Corpi. Moran, 15s ; 4th Plrt; Hogan, 10s ; 5 th Corpl. Maj, 5s. The following are the scores Name ? fl' cap 500 600 ? Total1 Sergt. Small, 12 24 26 . 62' Prt. Ferris, 18 25 16 . 59 - Corpl! Moran, — 25 31 ? 56 ! Prt. Hogan, 18 21 17 56 Corpli May, 21 21 12 55 Far. Sergt. Campbell, 10 26 16 , 52 Prt. Kenny, .' 25 10 6 41 Corpl. Yeness, 12 - 17 10 29 Prt. Gregg^ 10 14 14 ? 38 ? Corpl.1. Berry,' 17 19 2 J 38' \ Lieut. Onslow, — ; 21 .16 ? 37' ..' Corpl. Richardson, 12 12 12 36 Prt. Relloway, V , ' 14 12. 8 . 94 Prt. Donaghy, ? . ? '8 18 7 ' - 33 V'.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

; CJorrespondesilce. It 'ikwt:ie:dMUnbtly:(unders'iood\that^Ac^!: mot endorse the opinions of our correspondents, although we are glad to publish letters. ; . .. , c '. , [To tbe Editor.] Sib, — The stoppage of access to the river, ?where Kirkham boundary meets; the bridge, is such an inconvenience . to . the people on that siie, that the Council will be compelled to take action in some way. Tbe land attiie four corners of the bridge, is owned by four different persons, so, if a reserve should be asked for, it would He a question who is to 'be called upon to give way. Two corners are s-?cure|against forcible private intrusion, viz, Kirkham -and Camden estates. Kirkham paddock was once an accommodation pad dock, and had the pound in it, and was held by Moses and John Hilder. At that time the river was so deep as not to require fending, and the road-side fence joined the bridge as now. When the floods silted up the river the frontage had to be fenced, but ?floods and malicious persons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

- ,A ? LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE! ?HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST. . . Sunlight Soap i OR ' Lifebuoy Soap ?; WRAPPER COMPETITION. ' BOOK PRIZES DURING 1885 ? '? ?' Everyone' wishing to possess copies of the {BOOKS —as per list— can obtain t.them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd., ??,232. Clarence-street, Sy .ivy, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post ageor carriage.'? Y/ith the wrappers or coupons euclo'se full: nairie arid address— numbers . of wrappers and , ' *-i the ^ .book or books, l-equired. Tne , top .part, o.f wrapper, including the line ' J' SUNLIGHT of LIFEBUOY SOAP' ' will be accepted in lieu of the whole wrappers. ? Half-cloth 1 . and Paper , , Cardboard. .Covers. 50 Sunlight Wrappers 90 Sunlight Wrappers 135 Sunlight Wrappers 1 80 Sunlight Wrappers 1 Book or; ;2 Books. 2 .Books or 4 Books. 3 Books or 6 Books. .4 Brooks or . 8 Books. NOTE IMPOBTANT-iClergymen, b'ciioolmasters and Sunday-school Teachers may form ' Book Club?,' a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

J D. , RANKIN Carpenter, Timber Merchant, and Undertaker O T ICE Trespassing on ORIELTON.ESTATE wil', will be prosecuted. , ? DOGS will be shot. POISON laid. I L L I A M McE W A N ~ ' ARGYLE1'' STREET, CAMDEN, BA KER GROCER - AND CONFECTIONER. Weddings,' Pic-riics, &o.;,csitered for. ^ Wedding Gakes a- speciality. ?tiilsa * ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

?''Taking it easy' ? Price . J,. ;. and 'testing ;??? ^Hampden' ; Cigafettes;.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

p V B I T C ? ? . ! N O T I C'Ei W. 'Wasson, i ; GeMk'aL Bl/ACKsaiiTH .i.Nl)' FaRrie®, j Begs to inform the inhabitants ot Camden j end sorroanding- districts that he is now pre- ' pared fco a apply Tomb b'tone Bailings, either; cast or wjought iron. Estimates aind designs i will be given on application to hiitt. j ir s tr a e' t o u r lives^ UNDISPUTED FACTS IS IT AN obligation! oil the part of a husbari and father to provide daily bread for his wife and children during his life? Then it is equally an obligation on his part to provide means for their adequate support in event of his death. The duty is so obvious, the means of performing ifc are so simple, and are now so easily placed within the reach of all mefi— the arrangement is so eminently practical, rational, benevolent, and just — -it is, moreover, so calculated to increase every wise and prudent man's sense of self -respect, and to en- ' courage him in the performance' of all proper social duties — that we cannot conceive o...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

Correspondencei * ?» -J; J? /' 'I ' iV'| M mnkP-fte distinctly kmclerdtdod that toe -? do ?? : 'rmot' endorse the effitirits-- ?fyf-mPwrmspwi&mtBi- \'talthoi^iweareQlMtopubUslh'!leiter8.. - : ^ .'Indixact Ito Dlreot Taxation. ' ?' (To #te Editor.) ' Sir. — Although I careful^ , perused „? the .excellent letter signed, by ^©ne whio fcas. to pay ;bhe piper;'' which appeared in. =a srecen^, issue of your excellent paper., I was debarred, fe^m replying thereto, by pressure ?of work ati tlie ''tail- of the plough.1' A more ifavoura^le opportunity now oocurs f or m© to reply ;to tiiat shrewdly and .cleverly written letter . It . seems to me from the commence ment oif the letter, referred to, and right on to *, itiie end, that the gentleman is one who is ..perfectly -able to . pay the. piper,' and id--ubiless also able to choose the tune for the piper to play to. It, also .seemed to me in reading the letter that our township of Oamdem' 6ho-uld be made acquainted with ?the writer, f...

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