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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

? J D.- a A N K I N . Carpcn'6er, Timl-e'r Merchant, and TJndertaiker 0'' ? T I a E Trespaissing ori O'RIELTON ESTATE vttl'. will be prpsecuted.' DOGS will b'e shot. POTSOK laid. ' ???.?? ? ? . / I L L I A M ' M C' E- W A N ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN,, BAKER GROCER AND' CONFECTIONER. ? Weddings, Pic-mcs, &c., ca'telred for'. Wedding Cake's a speciality. p if b 1 1 c Notice W. WASSON, GENER:A-i Blacksmith md' Farkieir, Begs to inform the irhabitants ot Gatoden and surrounding districts that he is now pre- ; pared to supply Tomb Stone Eailings, either cast or Wrought iron'. Estimates 'and designs will be ^iven on application to him'. 1 6 6pi?FiHis ? BUT G H E- R, ArGYL-B STEiiEa'y Camde^, is a b'uye'r 6f hide's',' tallow, Slie'e'p' skins',- hors6' hair and every kind erf prod utffe at highest prices for CaSl^ ' ! ' : ' BRICKS— For Sale' at The Oaks,- at a reasonable rate. Apply ANGELO COLOMBO, The Oaks. JthaActiMdMliM! UjMcww^ow.^ ?kugh & Happov/ Inn,- ,;V| ARGYLL STREET, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

FOR SALE — 16J acres ol- ^ i/and, with a two-.' roomed weather-beard Cottage at Elderslie. No reasonable offer refused. D. FLETCHER, Elderslie. . Carrington CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL j FANCY FAIE. THE CAMDEN' COMMITTEE & 'STAFF of the above institution in order to assist the funds of the Hospital will hold a FANCY 3VA I R AT THE MOUNTED^IM] DRILL HALL, M // 1 / -s3£a=»- (kindly lent by Catot. A^ Xr Onslow Thompson) on if THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 23rd, 24th and 25tlWof APRIL. The Committee most earnestly appeal tp all within the Camden Electorate to support this worthy object, and' any contributions in the shape of money or produce will be thankfully received. Cheques or goods may be left at the undersingned or at Mr. Q-. Young, hairdresser, Argyle Street. A Meeting of Stallholders and others will be held at the Mounted Rifles Drill Hall to-morrow (FRI DAY) at 4.30 p.m., at which all are respectfully in vited. The Committee trust there will be a large attendance, as at mat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

il R S. maroeau, midwife I .Having removed . from Narellan to a house near ? - stmtleiii may be consulted by letter, or personally ( ait her residence. - r ' j Or. ti. BOS WORTH' 'TEijbHEE OF PIANO, VIOLIN SINGING - ? ? Visits Camden weekly. Agent and 'Piano Tuner for W. H. Paling and Co. Addrpss. eare of Mre New. Hazel Villa, Hill Stteet, Camden. , ^ 1 A R T IL U R J. DOUST, , ?j ii T ????.?? Ppopeitty., iFire, Life, Finance and ? GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, 0 AMD, U K. :? VALUATIONS MADE Several' farms for sa'-e, . Particulars on ap plication / During my absence from town at .any time, lisfe -.?of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store jkeeper, Camden. ? ? ? : ? . ? : ? ? ? ? , ? L G. F. Furner, B.UILDER, AND CONTRACTOR, SILL S T R E E T,. .C A. M . D E- JKT Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building -?. Materials. s. Repairs executed on the shortest notice. Don't forget . ||§ WHEN BUYING BOOtSfjL To call en -.tRw* A. Stuekey, OF ARGYLE ST. 'before purchasing elsewhere...

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

' CobTaitty. {From our own correspondent.] An accident occurred to Mr. W. 'White, driver to Mr. F. W. A. Downes's surplus milk cart, on Wednesday, 1st inst. White was proceeding along the public road fri-m Cobbitty Creamery when the ? bolt of his tip dray by some means got out of place, and the whole of the contends of the cart, which consisted of tank and casks, and about 300 gallons of skim milk were capsized on the road. Fortunately Mr. Rankin and one of the suppliers was promptly on the spot and gave assistance. Mr. White who was sifting on the tank escaped with a few bruises. I Mr. H. Charker is making some alteration and additions to his property knoyra-as Palm cottage. The long-looked for lamps for St. Paul's Church, Cobbitty, have been placed in position. They are ? 60 candle power and very handsome. On Easter eve several of the ladies of the congregation decorated the -ib urch with flowers and palms . The .effect was very pretty. A few days ago a young fellow employed by ; ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

Correspondence. It mwit be distinctly understood ihat we do ?:v ; not indorse the opinions ' of our correspondents, ('fa xdth(Mghwe are glad to publish letters-* * k.-iJ - (To the Editor-.) Sir,-r^he Bmallest congregations in the district . belong to the Primitive ' Methodist Church, and the clergyman in charge is the Rev Mr. Mowbraj. an excellent preacher a#id an earnest expounder of the Gospel. I am not a- member of his church, 'but aooidentally Jaeard that the members of his congregation are going to get up a tea meeting, &c., to help to raise funds to make up, to some extent, the large deficiency in his salary. One member informed me that' nearly £200 was due to the rev! gentleman for salary, and Mr. Mowbray has had a very hard life owing to not receiving money due to him. I admire the man that plods on, doing his Master's Work faithfully, whilst hardly getting sufficient to keep body and soul to gether, in the meantime, I trust Christians will do all they can to help hi...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

Notes. ? . We often Shear of very unsatisfactory shb . .jecis in connection with local matters, and . . it has b'een our duly to point out from time v -to tim'e unsatisfactory state of affiaii-s in con nection with- this 'district, this week, how . 'ever, _op'ens out h new era in 'connection with the, dairying industry of Camden and 'district ; :we refer to the Camden Refrigerat ing Works which has been in cour&e of c ob struction-, and to which we more particularly reter in the following- visit to these well apportioned works. Doubtless many of our i readers, especially those who trade in milk, . , are desirous or knowing what the owner of the , refrigerating works intends doing in the ? : ' „ ^he future. From enquiry we find that the 'coming week will see the opening of the works for business', and we are led to under , , '-stand that any quantity of cream will be taken at ' the refrigerating works, the 'quantities may be either large or small, and ? ?: the cream will be- ...

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The Camden Refrigerating Butter Making and Bacon Curing Works. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

tfhe Camden Refrigerating- Butter Making and Bacon Curing 'Works- One of the most important events of the present year to the farming community, of the large milk producing area know as the Camden district, is the completion of this, the most modernly equipped factory in Australasia, and as it will be opened for regular business during the coming week a description-, as full as may be given by a non-technical' writer, will no doubt be ?appreciated by those who intend to reap much benefit to themselves, by suppling raw material, tor tne purposes or tne business, as Well as by the general public, all of whom are indirectly interested in the well being of this institution, and are therefore indebted to the enterprise of the- proprietary. '- ;- . It may be briefly said, that the building,, and equipment of this factory, Well and carefully thought out, as it has been, brings a cash market to the district for its'' most important staples vizv, milk-, and pigs, and no doubt a cordial suppo...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

The Oaks. (From our ovm Correspondent.) The holidays passed off very quietly here, we usually have cricketers from Sydney, hut this year they did not arrive ; most of our townspeople went to the sports iin Camden, others went to picnics, so that the village was deserted save the veritable postmistress. The nights for the past week have been quite oold, and it is hoped the district is not going to have early frosts, on account of the crops being so very late.

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

?'-' ? ITarellan- __ ' [from OUR OWN C0RBE8P0NDENT.'] ' rnThe wood trade continues very brisk indeed, as WpMiuahiy as twelve truoks going Sydney- wards, which ? ' means roughly £16 in freight alone. i ? The concert to be held in the Parish Boom on the 17th. inst., promises to be a very successful one. : - The names of the performers will be given in your . iiest issue. At the vestry meeting held in the Parish Room on Easter Tuesday, Mr. D. Nott, J. P. , was elected the Peoplcb' Churchwarden; Mr. T. H. Wasson the Trustees' warden, and Mr. J. Hills, the Clergy - , man's warden. Messrs. T. Eiohardson, W- Larkin, i \ ' D. Norris, and W. Williams, Sydesmea. j

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Easter Monday in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

Easter Monday in Camden This day was evidently set apart for many weeks past by the residents of Cam den and the district as a day to look out for, for one of enjoyment and pleasure, as the giand sporting carnival announced by the supporters of the Fi. C. Church fund was announced to be held on the above date. At the hour appointed the sports com menced in Hennessy's paddock, the sports comprised pedestrainism, cycling and horse racing, this being the annual demonstration. TVia attendance was at anv rate nniisil t.n previous years, and the same enthusiasm was exhibited by all those participating in the sports. The gate money — a good index — despite the bad times and the terrible drought just passed throagh, was equal to that of last year. Everyone seemed bent on enjoying the excellent programme offered. The races and general sports caused much enthusiasm and amusement, especially that of the cigar and umbrella race. All the sports and races were carried out Satisfactory and no acci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

INACTIVITY OF THE KIDNEYS ' When not properly remedied, is the certain pre cursor of their die ear. a and destruction. .V/olfe's Schnapps reclaims and invigorates them.

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

Menangle. [PEOM OUB OWN COBKESPONDENT.J r The Philharmonic society's second concert, ?which was held in the local hall on Thurs day last was 'very successful, and draw to gether a fairly large audience who frequently toy their applause showed their appreciation of the meritorious manner in which the ?various numbers were executed. The ?members of the society opened Ike pro - gramme with the part song ' Hark the - distant Hills' which was well rendered, as ' were also the o'her choruses, 'Mark the :«? ? .'?* 4U.n I jr JUil ':oa anu jl w .uxjl ? - sang the ' Maid of Athens'' in his usual 1 \ ^// goocl voice and Mrs Chapman was also very * '{ g/ effective in her rendering of' Mona.' ; f?Y Mrs Cook was well received for her render :-J ing of ' It was a dream,' while the duet ?)' * Ul Diabel'i' was splendidly plaj'ed on the 1 ^ - , jpiano by Miss Koae Hickey and Mr. T. H. / 'Bosworth. After a short interval the chorus - opened the second part of the programme 1 by singing ' When all Natu...

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District News Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

District News JA BringeHy [From our own Coiirespondbnt.] - 1 h e following is tho annual report of the Brmgeliy Pvogieas Association for the past^ » .twelve months. Mr. Robert Watson, the ^Secretary, takes this opportunity of thank ing the members of the association for their ; t. help and assistance and reports as follows : — During the year there has been.no less than 1 74 official correspondence, besides calling of -? spexiial meetings and deputations in con ^ .nectvm with the association. The proposed railway from Liverpool to Mulgoa. On . r MflToJl, 1895, a letter was received from the /Secretary . of Public Works stating his a ; - inability to carry out the proposed; !;n trial survey. Correspondence passed be tween the association and the Minister, and' in April of last year a letter was received v : ' -notifying that so soon as the estimates were j y (Ci-uflide»ed a sum of money would be placed on the estimates but owing to the elimination \ j' of several important items by t...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 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. Weaver and Perry : sale dairy cows springers, fat sheep, etc., at Commercial hotel, Camden, to morrow (Friday) at 2 p.m. ?'T. R. Smith and Sullivan : at Messrs Latty and Sales, at Shancamore, milch cows, springers, horses etc., Saturday, April 11 at 2 p.m. vSohool op Abts, Committee Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings frem 7 to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. -Quarterly Licensing Court: — Camden, Saturday April 25, 11 a m ?Quarter Sessions, aud District Courts will be held at Campbell town on the 20th May, and 27th October 1896. Auctiost Sales :— Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R, EL Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. R. H. Inglis at the farm of the late Mr. W. Inglis, Tennyson, The Oaka road, ch...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

. BELI&IOUS SERVICES. Church of England. r . Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J. King. (H»C.) ? Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell - V Menangle — at 3 p.m, Rev C.J. King. 'WeBtbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev 0. J. King 'Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Rev J. -F. Russell , 'Werombi— at 11.30 a. m, Rev J..F. RHsaell' ?Cobbitty— at 11 a.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt '' . Cabramatta— at 3 p.m, Rev G. H. AUnutt : Narellan — at 7 p.m, Rev G. H. Alluutt Wesleyan. r Camden-^at 11 a.m., Mr. R. M. Meldrum Camden — at 7.30 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Mr R. M. Meldrum Glenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. J. Bensley Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Mr. R. M. Meldrum Westbrook— at 2.30 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. F. Whitaman Campboiitown — at 3 p.m, Rev J . Ashmead . r\'- Primitive- - Camden — at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray 'Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Minto — at 7.30 p.m. Rev J. Ashmead Briugelly — at 11 a.m, Mr. H. Doust Eoman Catholic. Camden — Mass at 11 a.m., Evening...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

LOCAL HOTES We have pleasure in referring our readers to the internal arrangements and description of the new Camden Refrigerating Works which appears in this issue. In addition to the management of these works receiving pream from companies and privately owned separators, we cau, on the best of authority state that it is the intention of Mrs. MacarthurtPnslow to shortly receive mills direct from the dairymen' of the district as well as that of cream. This is aH important feature. * Arrangements are now being made to perfect this end. Dr. Morton of Camden, has removed to the residence lately vacated by Dr. Miiller . in John St. IMfr. F. R. Cowper, Solicitor, can be ' consulted professionally at his Camden Office wry Saturday.* Messrs. Foley Brothers of Sidney report : Butter is in good demand at advanced prices ; bacon, fair demand; eggs, brisk ?demand selling at Is 3d to Is 4d per dozen. There were no criminal or Police Court cases v on Saturday last. A very large number of people ...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. Saturday, May 2ad— AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER MOUNTED. Saturday, May 16th — AT 2 - P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. Forage Caps, Field Firing Monday, May 25th— At 11 A.M., REVIEW ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Hats, Fue-de-joie. Saturday. May 30th— AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. Forage Caps. Outposts. Saturday, June 13th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ?ORDER, MOUNTED, orage Caps, Field Firing ? Saturday, June 27th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Forage Caps. Guard and Sentry Duty. Preliminary Drills — April 13, 14, 15 and 16, at 7.30 p.m. Drill Order. Target Practice — April 16, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, at 9 a.m. Dr Order.

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Reminiscences of Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 April 1896

Reminiscences of Cawdor.       Of all the many settlers who have con- tributed by their industry and enterprize to     develope the district none deserve more   honourable mention than Mr. Joseph Doust           senior, whether we consider the length of the term of service, the importance of the work     done, or the faithful and satisfactory manner in which it has been accomplished. Long before the railway was constructed, that   portion of the great Southern road of this colony which runs through Cawdor was a scene of very busy traffic. In Wet seasons the heavy clay soil was so cut up by the passing teams, that deep bogs were formed, threatening to engulf the unwary, and many a dray was to be seen, buried to the axle, requiring the combined strength of several teams to drag them out. Forty seven years ...

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The Income Tax must go. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

The Income Tax must go. (To the Editor.) j bir, — T© lovers of freedom I wish, Sir, your kind permission to say a few words. I do^not want to, make a disquisition upon the ' principles,'' of- an income tax (for it has no . principle), .nor to point out what we already-know, the' bung'ing nature of what we have lately, suffered from in this colonp. The mistalceW the Reid Government wa-v is and ever will be, th-- coupling together of taxation measures diametrically opposite in their incidence and effects. Unless this mistake be early rectified . by the repeal of the income tax provisions in our Taxation Acts, and the abolition of the ridiculous ex emption in the Land Tax, Mr. Reid's lease of power will shortly come to an inglorious end. Whae will eventuate is still in mystery. Whether Mr. Lyne .will receive a fiat to Jgxg^mojre ^fetters for freedom rests with 'tlfose^who^e.lieve .-.in free-trade, but will not so rest lpng-jif^tSey do not put their armour on. \ The Incom&, Tax ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

\ -? * ©Efafespondeiice. It mttfg be i distinctly understood that we do not endorse ihe\pinions of our correspondents , although w^are glad to publish letters.

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