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

.S ANDISLi & SONS .EUCALYPTI , EXTRACT. ? ' {.ru'd'er the distinguished ' patronage of :His Majesty j j the King: of Italy , asi :r.er, : communication, made by) : the Minister,' for Foreign. Affairs^ through the Con-| ' sul-Geiieriii, for at Melbourne, -1 4th March,! ' 187S. -Awarded' Diploma: 'at the Amsterdam 'Ex- j ; hibition. 1 RR'-- ' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics! | o m'versities all over* the Globe, v.: . i S ] .There are imitations of Euonlypti . Extract in thej | m arket, . prpducts rof simple distillation, forming! lurude redinous 'oil.s. , In order that these crude oils; iiriiiy not be' taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti; ExtVfict-, whioh is recognised by the medical division of .the Prussian' Government to'bfe' of perfebtly'pure'. origin, fA'ratni'atibfa f6i*wardcd to' to through tife at- Millbbtfniity 2nd1 Mdrch',- t878y We : ta'ke' :'— .... , . , v , ' If if^pVfo^a by tesfe made % me.' Medical CKWce of f tkf Uh#erszti^'s at Bonn and Grfeifsv/aM (Pfhysiii)...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

OZHE-AJPSI-DIEi CASH STOEi* E. GOOD WIN, (Late of Anthony Hordern and Sons) Ir pleased to announce to his numerous oustomers . iu Camden a ad surrounding districts that he has; opened his FIRST SHIPMENT , OF Autumn an G 00 is comprising al^l^^a^B^^^elties in ' . ' DRAPERY, CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS, BOOTS AND SHOES, etc. Those about to purchase their Winter Supply; will do well to give him a call as his Stock is the largest, cheapest, amd best assorted of any other 1 store the same size outside Sydney. ' , ' ; Come one, come all, and -if your purchases be large or small you can save money, as he has the great advantage above them all — small, expense, aod his motto is, 'LIVE AND LET LIVE.' E. GOODWIN, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. TTIOR SALE — 16|- acres ol Land,1 with a two lJ roomed weather-board' Cottage. at Elder slie. No' [reasonable offer refused: D. FLETCHER, Elderslie. jg a s t e r Monday; public pic-nio - ! to be held at the Wesleyan Ghurch, WESTB3$0OK# ? # ? Cs\ ) , -'J/ ' cragp® in...

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District News. Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

District News. ITa^eilan. \ -'if ©ROM OUR OWN' 6b^A^PONDENT/i ?' 'Mr. Hwekstopp of Campbelltown and llate, of Brush's has commenced business as1 ;a saddle and Jaarness ipiaKef in our midst ; lie is a good workman;, and : attentive to business, and will doubtless work a ;u,p a good/trade. Bersone who are in the habit of usiflg nose bags to feed their horses' should always ? ? J-t. _ x mL »U «— aua /I /mi a r»rl 1 ti'iji t X0inoy_e; vUOiu -vut?JLi tiro uuuo ioduiu^ . yThe following incident will sliow one of many aoeidents that oiay occur when the nose.baig has not been removed, during, the' ?week Mr.. Ted Kenny had been feeding one .of his horses an a bag made of a email sugar bag, the horse having finished its feed made -for , a creek to obtain water ; finding that -enough water' would not soak through the bag to enable it to .get a drink, plunged its 'Jiead well into the water thus tilling the bag; now its -troubJe began with the feed „ bag full of water securely fastened and -fitt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

The directors of the Cobbitty : Dairy Company1 have been advised by their legal gentlem en in Sydney to oppose the decision I arrived at in their recent case; with the South Coast and West Camden Company. We understand, however, that the directors-! do not intend to expeqd more ' money m ?litigation; - - ' Easter Monday will be a great day in Camden.' . A grand sporting carnival in aid of the R, C. Church fund will take place at Hennessy's paddock, full particulars iare containedMn this issue. It is particularly directed that on account of the great length' of the programme the sports will commence punctually and unl»ss the public attend early the v will undoubtedly miss the principal features of the day. Competitors are also reminded that the'various entries j will be started at the advertised time. A j great day with great- fun is assured. Mr. D. Dunbar of Werombi, killed on Friday last, a locally fed bullock, weighing 9481bs, this bullock was fattened on the run of Mr. E. Small's...

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

Bringelly. TFeom: oira owtf Correspondent.] On Wednesday the 25th instant, the .annual picnie of the scholars attending Oabramatta Parish church, Sunday school, and their parents, was held in the grounds of Mr. Wilcox of Eossmore. The weather -was all that could be desired for a picnic, .although light rain had fallen during the early part of the morning. During , the day numerous sports and amusements were indulged in, under the able supervision -of the RevG. H. AUnutt. At Jour o'clock -tea was served in rooms liindly lent by Mr. Wilcox and. amongst those who were in dafatigable in their endeavours to satisfy the wants of those present, were the Misses Xowe, Moore, Watson, and others. Tea having been dispensed with, the prizes won for general proficiency, attendance etc, were presented, by Rev G. H. AUnutt, which ?ended a most enj -yable day. I see that the request made by the Pro gress Asssociati'jn respecting the Bringelly to' Luddenharn road has been attended to by Mr. Cox, the ...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

The Oaks, . ; [From our own Correspondent^ An acoident which might have terminated even more seriously occurred here* on Sun day week ; as Mr. W. Wheeler. - with his wife and child were out driving ; the horse by some means got his foot into a hole and stumbled forward, sending the oocupants out. Mrs. Wheeler and child fortunately escaped uninjured, but Mr. Wheeler, was not so fortunate and he is in consequence compelled to keep to his bed. It ia tq be hopejjH, however, that ere*, long he will be better and able to resume bis work where he is undoubtedly very much missed. Our family hotpl is . booming,, picnic parties in galore. The worthy proprietor, is without doubt proving himself a man of refined taste, and Mr. M'eKee. is fast becom ing a j^reat favourite. We were sorry to hear that, his only child has been seriously ill, but under skilful treatmenfc we are1 pleased to be able to state is now out of danger.

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

. Q awdpr, ( . o v ii o \vk'-- 0t -rhk:s'pV-n d ejj' r . ) , Tfye '^country round about here coul-l ' not looli i'l'etter tliap.ir, is. q,r; |-rrfsoiit'.tiine;'.t hjver is an^ at'Uridanoe ? of water and mass and perhaps 'if i- this fact t'hftt makes tire mil; fiirt-snorses'so fresh - of- late. ??In-pi?e.vion'«lyI po'eil how onev .horse, over tuyned ti e cart attached to it,^ and _ smashed the spokes of the Avheel t»t another cart &c. lira time anotl^ -'r 'horse. became unmanageable for a tiippj lit Vfla^d-' and . plunged evehtually-' oamp down,'.- breaking the shafts of. the feart ftnd damaging life harness. Some time/ago: tUo driver ol the above horse was 'thrown right out of his cart through the horse swerving. The accidents' referred! to faok plade at, the cfearnery. We' halve suffered greait lo^asf caused by the removal of tVo of mc^t respected ^eSfcfents— Mr. William l^owle and Mr. George' Dunk. Mr* Do'wle has re'moved to Narellan and Mr. Dunk nearer Camden. Their remov...

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

Karelian [from our own correspondent.] The debate on Freetrade and Protection mentioned in my last come off on' Wednes- day evening. There was a good attendance and considerable interest was manifested in the debate. Mr. Walker opened in favour of Freetrade and was supported by Messrs T, Bellingham, andWasson. Mr. Mitchell replied in the negative, who was supported by Mr. D. Nott, J.P. On the vote beiag taken the show of hands being equal; the chairman Mr. D. Nott gave his casting vote, in favor of Protection. The Narellan church have decided to. hold a school feast and tea meeting on the l'7th instant, the proceeds to be devoted to- tbie Parish Room fund.

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

ICotes. We have this 'week, been scared by reports ? -of som'e terribly severe measures to be taken by the police against ill-behaved town dogs -and their owners. 'We have taken the ... trouble to see what the Dog Act says, so that ' 'our readers may take thought in time (every ?one knows about registration and its fee)-. The fact is anvbodv may seize an unregistered dog and report the seizure to a I . Magistrate) who must summon the reputed1 Owner to appear and claim it ; if the owner' tloes not appear within twenty four hours after service of the summons, the dog may be killed. If any dog is found without a collar with the owner's ila'me and address .'engraved thereon, it may be killed'; unless it is under the control of some person, and constables are especially ordered to kill all: such. Mastiffs and bull- dogs must have to! -be muzzled as Well ais to wear collars-; Owners may be fined if- their dog attacks a person, a bullock,' or a horse, to the danger bf anyone. Constables ma...

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Poetry. SUNRISE ON A FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

r$oetfy. S'UH&iSE otf A FARftt. - ^'|I^e^sV.grey light of dawn through bracks Steals ^^^ij^ikBuing from alefep 'the f&rhier'B eyterj .'|;JSe»isBB-iiSfe they -tipen 6re he quits his Couch. - J$o6n &3 he's drest he, scans the east&Tu skfes jTfr notfr the time. A rivalry demands v I'll at life must be at work before sunriafe. The night horso caught, hfc mounts atid tides away* .. t'o look for those whiteh patient draw the plough, While -stars tliiVfc bravely twinkle lend their light . To aid his search. jSTow from the leafy boiigh i The Mrta awakening greet the new-born day, Which tony glows above the mountain's brow. N'Sw theSrobfirrftr, with its wild, strange laugh. The magpie, with its notes so sweet and clear, TH^-.wiiHe wagtail and the soldiers-bird, With thfeir little twitters far and near, All, all s6em »lad The farmer, too, Hursts into song as if his heart they cheer. The 'merry crack Of stockwhips now rittgs clear Upon the frosty air, and soon t...

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In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

In Memoriam [By J.B.M.] Recent events in connection with the magistracy in Victoria, and the ; announce ment of an intended enlargement of tho Commission of the Peace in . this colony,^ [have led me to think over the long roll of gentlemen whom ifc was ray happiness to serve under in Camden during 'thirty five years. The office of Justice of the Peace ia 'one that should he conferred rather than sought after. In the earlier days men of proved ability, distinction, and leisure, were chosen by the Governors for such qualities, and it was the more neoessary, as magis trates had few of the aids that they ara provided with now. '? Plunkett's Magis- . trate' was the only manual supplied by the Government, and there were no recorded decisions or precedents ' to guide them, . Gentlemen accepting the office had to obtain their legal knowledge from their own libraries and, other sources, as they best . could. Many of our earlier justices were distinguished legislators ; they understood the in...

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Fruit Culture PRESENT, and FUTURE PROSPECTS. (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

. Fruit Culture PRESENT, apd J1JJTURE PROSPpTS. by F.R.HvSw ' '... (Continued frotpi our last issue.) ? . Leaving Mr. Saddlers, I drove towards South Creek, t found the land in - this direction to improve very milch, a vast area of .'beautiful country meets the eye; rolling hiils.'ivery much like JECejit of Slh^and ; after driving for some time' over t'he s»me|:class 'of ' country, on enquiry was informed it be long to Mr. A. S. Marks of Littlehanlj wend-* my Way towards the residence, I meet the owner on horseback, in appearances widely different to the last time I saw him a few years ago When he was a bank official in Sydney. Mr. Marks with his broad cabbage tree hat and Crimean shirt, without coat or vest,- looked as if he really meant business. Mr. .Marks invited me to the house, built of Brick, (made on the land) the roof covered , with red tiles, the whole formed a charming picture ; no one could have selected a. prettier sight; from the verandah is a grand view of South Creek...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

The cry of the unsuccessful fisbpin'e.i : ''Oh'! if the .tish^wouid only bite like.t ie mosquitoes.' ? '. ' '? . '

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

Glenmora (From our own Correspondent.) The members of the G-leninore Christian Endeavour society tendered a farewell social to the Rev W. Wall, on Thursday .ni^ht last, as a mark of appreciation for his efforts to make the society a success. ' Songs and recitations were given by various members-, of the society, after which refreshments , were nartaken of. and ail had a most eniov able time. Mr. A. Y. Moore on behalf of the- ; society expressed thanks to Mr. Wall for his efforts in connection therewith. Mr, Wall in response said it was always a sourco of great pleasure to him to attend the meet ings, and it was with: regret that he looked forward to parting. The closing hymn was then sung.

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Camden postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

...Camden Postal Information ^ AkuivaIjS fkom : . ? - , Cawdor-rat,11.45.a.m ? * 'BrownloWiHiU'— ;6'p;'m; : ? f ?' ' ' .:*?? ' .The'Oiiks — Gp-'m,''1 ' ' ' , ' ;Mount Huuter^G p.m, ,, , a -- jBurragorang— .6 p. 111 liLiverpool^vSo'^pim^'-Monilays (l,o« fl'riilays, on f : '.'-.Saturday, s 'at 7. 52:'p.m'.'' ? iNarellan— li.35 a; tn daily and 7.25 p. m from Mo.u ! ( . (lays to Fridays,, on Saturdays atr7.i-,2 p m ? ICavnpliellto.jvn— 'ditto flit .0 ? ' 'Granville—' ' ;* 'ditto ? ' ditto - .Sydney— ? 'i ditto 1 ditto, ? ; ; ' ?. ' ? -v --?'???. , . . ; v - . \ - SY , 1 U iS'1 lf -' ' ' ' f r ' ' . I^lAILS .closk ] FOR : Brownlow. Hill — 11.45 a.m , ? The^Oaks— ;11..45'a.mlM., ? \ Burra-.'or;ang^ljl.4p.a.m ,. Mount Hunter— 11.45 a.m, , . , Liverpool— S; 35 'a. in. daily ? iNarella'u— 8.'35 a.nv, 'and 2.20 p.m-rlaily . ? '.'Campbelltown,— 8.35 a. m, arid ,2. 20,.p,i)j daily . v Granville — 8-35 a.m, . and 2^20, p.m daily . , I Sydney— 8.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily! , ' Cawdor— Monday, '?W...

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District News Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

District News } Menangle-. [fEOH OUR OWN COBBESPONDENT.j As a result of a communication seat by Mr. P. Quirk, hon. secretary of rha Progress Association. The Railway Com missioners visited Menangle on Monday last, and after consultation with Mr. Manley, oqr popular station master, decided that the residents of this district should receive the . advantage :of travelling at excursion rated on all excursion and tourist trains, and they also agreed to have the tourist train on Monday mornings, stop at Menansrle at about 8.30 a.m., thus .giving the residents the advantage of at least one fast cheap train., It is to be hoped that a good few passengers will use this train, ..and thus show their appreciation of the. concessions, made by the Commissioners.

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

? /Tattei*sall 'fbfiflta ; V' r', CANTl^&tJ^^ ^ ' Ajtffr 25:ib,, ' r' '': .^ ?„' :'. '5i,.!| ?':%??' -? '?AyC-'^-: :4/- ''' Va, 000 at 5, '?!.&.?'???- ; :*f P /?** ^ BIBT'K&At COT, .' May 25t&, ?. . - s t . '? - ? 504)00 ai 6. . , i » \ ;GJBANJ)' NATIONAL HURDLE RACX Jufy 4t&-,; i - ' 50j000 at 5. r ' \, OAULFIELD CUP, 100,000 at 5, &:*-? vr ; -f r .' ? ? '?? . - x MELBOURNE CUP, 100,000 at 20. v € »Y ; BANK CF YAN DIEMAN'8 LANE* LOTTERY'; / - ; '?'??:? ; 20,000 at 6v ? . ?? ;.J . *-U ' . , , ,-(^^W:ioil particMata wad onr printed Clrcalarff^ * ?? . »V ???'!' ' ' fi^r Note our New Address — TAT?TEKSAXjIiy Care GEO. ADAMS, Hofoart, TASMAiM, IF YOU WANT A PIANO ? , DO NOT DECIDE tifi you have Nvrftteft1 fcc ve& We will send our 30-page Catalogue' giving vafluaWe information. THIS WILL SAVE YOtf from low and StBlifiBiteS We' are Sole Agents for a® tfte'fe** ^aker&-Stemway, Lipp, Brinsmeady Uebet & Leiehleiter; The ...

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

QAMDEX Jj^ONUMENTAL ^ORKh Argyle Street, Camden. ' & W. CLEVELAND, vi\ u (I.ATk H; Li Davis) MONUME NTAL ' AND GENERAL 'MASON Monuments in Marble* Granite, or Freetsone;. Over 200' ttiffetetit designs to select fronn { Cast and Wrought Iron Tomb Railirigsi. 15 n'Sl M IS L Jj h DFREEBTONE A BPEClAXI 17 . -Ij^ Old Stones tehovated and inscriptions^ cut In ahy.Cettiteteryv '&?. SMALL,' v ?'(?L&te No'akos aiid Small)' FA MIL ' BUTCHER, ? ? ' Au'dtiiE S T it n t-, ' 0 a it si Uy .'the btisineHS tohittli has ihefc with So much suc cess in the past, will for the future be solely con*. ? (ducted ''by E. Small, one of the proprietors of the buMiiess; arid he trusts that by his experience and judgment, and providing the best of every class o meat to gain increased support from the residents of Catnden and district. R. H. INbrLlS ' A 'U C TiONEER, BOHSEj 'CATTKE ANt- PRODtf&E SALESMAN, \Veckly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN, and every Wednesday at IrlCTON. '...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 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. School op Arts, Committee SIeeting 2nd Tuesday in .each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. ?Quarterly Licensing Court: — Cumden, Saturday. April 25, 11a m 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. It, H. Inglis' Sale Y ards, Camden. ?Grand Sporting Carni val in aid of St Paul's R. C. Chureh, Camden, at Hennessy's paddock Easter Monday, April 6. Pedestrainism, cycling, Ha-r:k racing. Ball at Drill Hall at . night. 'B. ff. Inglis at the farm of the late Mr. W. Inglis, Tennyson, The Oaka road, choice dairy cattle, horses, furniture etc, the lesse of the farm ete, ...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 April 1896

V BELIQXOTTS SERVICES. Church of England. Camden-— at 11 a.ni., Rev C. J. King* (H.C.) Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Menangle-r— at 7-30 a.m. (H.C.) ifenangte— at .3; pvm, ;Major Onslow 'Westbrook-r-at 7 p.m, Rev 0. J. King Theresa Park— at 3 p,m, Mr: F. W. A. DowneB Werombi— at $.30 p.m, Rev C.J. King. .More ton Park— at 3.30 p.m., Rev J. F. RusBell Good Friday. Camden — at 7.30 a.m. (H.C) Camden1 — at 11 a,m, Rev C. J. King Camden — at 7.30 p in, Rev C. J. King Westbrook — at 3 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Menangle— at 11 am, Rev J. P Russell Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Rev C. J. King Low Saturday. Camden — at 7.30 a. m, Ante-Communion Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Kev W. Wall. Camden — at 7.30 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Cawdor — -at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Cawdor — at 7 pm. Gleamore— at 11 a.m, Mr. F. White man . deamore— at:7 p.tii, Rev W. Wall 'Westbrook— -afc 2.30 p m, Mr. J. Bensley IPicton— at 3 p.m, Mr. A. Doust Campbeltown — at 3 p.m, Rev J. Ashmead The above will be the closing s...

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