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Lock to Your Filers. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

\ Look to^four Pilfers. .. , Ail eminent physician and scientist has recently Mittde exhaustive eilauiries into the possible ? dangers arising from flyers in general use, and the ' resultis obtained are astounding and worthy of j earful ' 'consideration. Unfortunately, people I seem1 to think that reasonable precautions have been taken wheu they drink filtered water, with out stopping .to look thoroughly into the question. Whereas this eminent .scientist asserts, and proves, that a bad filter is worse than none. That many are cesspools in which broed poisons, bacteria, and gases, through which the. water is filtered. He illustrates tho importance of properly attending to filters, having them frequently cleaned, renovated, and cot burdened with a constant flow of water ; by comparing the water-filter to the kidneys — which are the filter for the blood. He shows that the kidneys, if healthy, afford a perfect system of distribution of pure blood to every part of the body ; but if disea...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

Bringelly. [From our own Correspondent.! A culvert with approaches, &c., has beien built at Bond's flat, and is much appreciated by all. - The deviation about | of a mile from Bringelly cross roads will soon be tendered for. For thri' culvert known as American . Johnny's bridge, tenders are issued. This is a necessary work, and Mr. Cox's receives our thanks for his promptitude, as the mat-' ' ter was only brought forward in October. . ^.-Attgntioii^of the department has been directed to (several points on the Liverpool C^a-d,, which have ;been attended to. Road from Narellan to Luddenhatn. — his%oad h^s been' greatly improved dur ing tti$ year, A bridge over Lowe's Creek has' been erected, and the late impassable gulf is a matterW.ly to be remembered, the bridge opposite\Mrs Want's has been formed and metalled, and the continuation of this improvement is to be carried on as far as Shermsn's ^hill. Mr. Cox's, has already taken the levels. Badgery's creek bridge, which was ten...

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District News Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

District News Werombi fFitoii oua own, Correspondent!! Everything\is lookingjyery beautiful in our nvorld.^Jtis a:treat/to seethe crops looking .?so welT^a^S^todk, foiling in fat, contentedly ,-n- feeding in paHdoeks well filled with luxuriant .igrass, which stilly continue to grow in a ' ?manner aatisfactor'yito owners. It is a long ^time since matters have looked so well in '-our midst. \y\ A few light showerVfell last Sunday even ting. They proved very acceptable. On Easter Monday^ the cricketers of tSileerdale p!ayed and defeated Werombi kuights of the willow.' It is probable a ;«retuj:n ' match will be played at an early »da,te,^when will come the tug of war. |j\lrs: ?Alfred Marden held a ball at her ? :resMenc^v'oii\Ea3ter MoDday evening, when ? a gobd number of - residents were present. 'ThankVto this genial hearted and hospitable :lady, everything went off as merrily as the ; proverbial marriage bells.. An excellent -supper was provided for the occasion. ? I am pleased to be...

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To tell a Cows age. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

f o tell a Cows age'; I Tlie age of a cow can best be ascertained by o»cs.«.i{Qatioii of tKo_teetii. 'At ; 18 months old the middle or front pair of incisors come through, replacing' the front pair of permanent teeth will be seen. At. three years of age the third pair will be throusrh. At four vears the eiffht permanent incisors can be seen, but the last not of- full' size; At five the animal has a full mouth, and thereafter the age is indicated by the length of the teeth and the markings in the crown, which change from oval to triangular. In old age the teeth become so worn as to be almost worthless;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

WANT.S2D—A Bricklayer and /;.Cgxpenter, by the day. Apply to R, %?. CfiQ, ^Camden. . \7|/r ANTED— Youth, tlie Camden News Office. WANTED— To purchase a secoifdfhand ladies' side saddle. ? State terms,-and where to be .seen to the Camden News Office.^ / FT1! HE OAKS. To let, a fouiv'rpoined cottage, , 3 2' acres of land, /adjoining Mr. F. Mitchells property. Apply to ^r/MiteKelfor to James McEvoy, The Oaks. LOST — or Strayed from Orieltortf throe lambs, branded B over figure ICS . .^nfiler^^alfiase communicate with B. BEARD, ^av^ard offered. .. ? ? ' ? ? ? y/ ? ? F PO LET — A paddock, 640 acres'' securely, fenced, JL well watered and grassed. Apply .___ ? ' W. ' J. GIBSON, Werombi. /fir OST— On Saturday last, between, Camden and H i The Oaks (Tennyson sale) a;j$rtjion of a £1 bank of, N.S-W. note (torn in will be rewarded on returning the portion fothe Oamden News Office, s ? N . 0 ' 'T— 'Z 0 b: The Ruins of Thebes, the Pyramids of Egypt, and tho Holy Places of J erusalem. MR. D. A. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

S ANDER- & SONS'1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT' Under the difltingUished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con-' sul- General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878.- Awarded' Diploma at the Amsterdam' Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ^.Tol universities all over the Globe; There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract' in the' imarket, products of simple' distillation, forming' crude reainoUs oils. In order that these crude oils1 may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly' pure origin, as per information- forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne; 2nd March,- 1878, we take:' — . . . ' , It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Directo...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

(To the Editor.) Sir,— In your report of the Municipal Council meeting I notice that it was ad journed on,. account of the audit of the books not having taken place. I have no wish to defend any neglect of duty, if there has been any ; but, I fail to see the justice of keep ing men out of their earnings for a fqrt-- night, especially at holiday time. At the same time. I think it would have shown better spirit and more to the interest of the ratepayers if those zealous aldermen had taken some interest in the audit before the expiration of the time, allowed by the Municipalities Act,- but it seems they have not given much time to. the study of that Act when it is stated by them that, they could not legally go on with the business till after the audit ;? it was also stated this matter was public talk. Well, at the present time there, are a good many items that the public are puzzle about, such as the' acceptances of tenders, and other matteis, if it is the wish of the Aldermen I can ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

i- ? : ? ®R« A K IF AST-IS UPPER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. COCOA iBOILING WATER OR MILK. iCamden £os'tal Information, ?Arrivals from;: ft. 'Tawclor — atll.45a.in (BrownlowHili — (j p.m., . Thu Oaks— G p.m, ?Mount Hunter— 6 p. m ; ; . (BuiTagoning— 6,p;m : ? Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, on Satimlays at 7.52 p.m. : JNarellan— 11.35 a.m daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon days to Fridays, on Saturdays uts 7.52 p. m ?Campbellfcown — 'ditto ditto 'Granville — ditto ditto ?&yduey — ditto ditto .Mails close for:: !Browrilow Hill — -11:45 a/m. 'The Oaks — 11.45 a.m B urravv oraiig— 1 1 . 45 a. m ^Wiount Hunter— 11.45 a m, ;Liverpool--S.35 a.m daily Narellah— 8.35 a. m, and 2. 20 p. m daily , 'Gampbelltown— S.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily :(Tiaiiviile— 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — S.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily. Gasvdor— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. T.F.O. South— 5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex ? ..cepted.,) Letters posted in Camden before '8 30 a/m, are 'deliv...

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

Correspondence. It must be distinctly understood/ that we do not endorse the opinions of our correspondents , although we are glad to publish letters.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

REXJGXOUS SERVICES. ? Clwroli of England. Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev J. F. Russell Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King. Menangle — at; 11 a.m, Rev C. J. King. Weatbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell ?Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Rev C. J. King (H,C.) ; ? Werombi— at 3.30 a.m, Lay Reader . ? . ; s! Cobbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt ; ITarellan— at 3 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt \ Cabramatta— at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward ?Wesleyan. 'Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev Caldwell s Camden— at 7.30 p.m, Mr. F. Whittman Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev Caldwell Cawdor— at 7 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Glenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Glenmore — at 7 p.tn, Rev Caldwell . 'Weatbrook — at 2.30 p m, Mr. J. E. Moore ' Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. G. Smart ?Campbodtown — at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Primitive. ?Camden — at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbx-ay Bob's Range— at 3 p m, Supply Theresa Park — at 7 p.m, Mr. H. Dousfc ' : Menangle— 3 p.m, Rev R, Mowbray . Roman Catholio. ? ' ?Camden — Mass at 11 a.m.. Eveni...

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

Westbrook. TFrom- otjR own Correspondent.'] The anniversary of the Wes'e^'an Sabbath School was held last Ea^j^anday,; when the children were publicly examined by Mr. J. E. Moore, assisted by thesuperintendant. The answers were prompt and correct, and the singing was sweet a'hd.,appropriate. At the close Mr. Moore delivered a faithful and well -pointed address to the parents, and expressed his satisfaction with the prdgress and attention or the children, especially commending their knowledge of catechism. On the following Monday a public picnic washeM- in the eh urch ground, when parents, children, and friends were regaled to their full content. In the evening the Rev W. Wall delivered his popular lecture on 'Home.' His pithy and sententious re marks, and kind counsels will long be remembered. '

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

Forthcoming Engagements. 'Camden Municipal Council : — meets every alternate Wednesdays at 7 30 p.m, tlie Council Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 a.m. - 43ohool oi? Akts, Committee Meeting :T-2nd . j- Tuesday in each month)' Lending library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 '? to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. ?f ? .--Quarterly Licensing Court: — Camden, Saturday April 25, 11 a 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, f; ? etc.,. every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. 1 ' ; Fancy Fair .—in . aid of the Carrington Convalescent ? .' ; Hospital, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, , ?j April 23, 24 and 25th, at Mounted Rifles Drill !i hall. iiV, Concert and tea:— in aid of the Parish Room, J. Narellan, to-morrow (Friday). Tea at 3, J;--** concert at 8 p.m. i', .. ....

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

s The Oaks. (From our own Correspondent.) A social which pijoved a great success in spite of the very inclement weather, took p ace in The Oaks School of Arts on Friday night, the 10th instant. About 20 couple put in an appearance, and danced with much spirit till midnight, at which hour all par took of light refreshments befor.e starting out for their respective homes. The music was kindly and gratiously supplied by Miss M. Lind and Miss Simpson on the' piano, and Miss Gertie Wiles accompanied on the violin. Much pleasure wap taken in hear ing the latter. youDg lady play as she is a very clever musiciato.

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

~ !, ? Ifotes. : --An informal- ??meeting, of the Camden' .SiMermen wasJbold^t^Wj^mncil Chambpr-B . 'on 'Saturday, last. As no notice ?had ' been i ?; 8 )nt to the press -we cannot report the pro-v ss* ceedings. The purgdrt of.;, the meeting was, we understand, to consider the matter of the i Annual Audit of' -the/Municipality, which j had -not, so we are\ .informed, at -that time I - been completed. . ..-What discussion took ] -t. place at;the meeting 'is town taJ3£, but cannot ; . altogether be ave'rified.:v ITo definite con , elusions - were arrived at. Aldermen Frier .arid Gr. F. Furner walked out of the council ? before, the: termination of the meet ing. The following aldermen were . present : — ~The Mayor (Alderman J. D. ? ,Rankin), Aldermen C. T. Whiteman, W. 0. Furnei', Gv F. burner, G-. Cleveland and ? James Frier. Aldermen Griffiths1^!!-. Moore, and E. F. :.I)ruitt were, absent 'from the ^informal meeting. The usual-. ^fortnightly - meeting of the council fell due yesterda...

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POETRY. Father Carves The Duck. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

POETEYv Father Carves The Duck. ? We all lock on with anxious eyes -Wherr?athc-i!. carves the duck. And mother almost always sighs When father carves the duck. U?hen all of us prepare to rise, And hold our hands before our e^es, And be prepared for SGme surprise— - When father carves the duck. -He braces up and grabs a fork I Whene'er he carves -a duck, ] And won't allow a soul to talk Until he's carved the duck. tThe fork is jabbed into the sides, Across tho breast the knife he slides, While ev ry careful person hides i From flying chips of duck. | The dish is always sure to slip When father carves a duck, And how it makes the glasses skip I Potatoes fly amuck 1 The vegetables leap in space, We got some prravey in our face, And father mutters Hindoo grace ?-: Whene'er he carves a duck. We then have learned to walk around The dining-room, and pluck ? ? From off the window sills -and walls Our shara of father's duck ; While father growls and pants and jaws, And swears tho knife was f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

IT fie - Oaks - Family * HoteL~ ?'BiMaaBiiina^HBaaxemszMacnBHaaHBMaiiiBHHnHniaBMHBaiiHBHiMnwMaBi . : : Proprietor* W. McKBE. ' - — — — -o — — — — This first-ola'ss F AMlLY HOTEL is now open iov the accommodation of visitors. Tlie Ht^al in- . /replete 'with all' modern conveniences, handsomely furnished, and' tho best wines aad spirits only Kbis'l* Terms moderate; Private and public rooms'.- ? — — - — 0 ? ? ? The' Hotel is situated oh ah eminence, commanding a series of views unequalled' in Australia'. The Oaks township has no equal as an health' resort, and is one of the chief samtoriums NeW1' South Wales. The climate is a salubrious one, mild and equable. Conveyances froth HeniiessyV Plough' and Ha'rr6w' Iij'ri; Camden/ daily tti'The Oiikst' Telephonic cdmmUnicatioh to and froni Oauid^ii'. — .b-jbil— aa,. .......ton amm i ??unarm ???ihjiikji ^oamii fc W. WHIT EM AN. . A R GYLE STREET, CAMDEN, BiriipERS' IRON MONGER, OIL & COLOR' MERCHANT PLUMBER, fe All kinds' of Builders' ...

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Sale at Tennyson near The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

Sale at Tennyson near The Oaks One of the' largest sales which has taken place in the Camden electorate was held at 'Tennyson,' The Oaks*. near Picton on Saturday last. ' Tennyson' dairy farm' was owned by the late Mr. William Inglis, so well known, and so well. respected; and considering the great and expert judg ment shown by him in the choice of his stock, that it was only natural there .would be a large assembly of buyers present, in fact, the principal buyers of. the district were present and many from Sydney, all shovred keen interest in the excellence of the stock offered. The prices realised as will be seen from the following were considered satisfact ory, it is. a feature to note that the best of the stock were purchased by local gentlemen, and will, therefore, be simply drafted to dairy farms in the immediate neighbourhood. The cattle, horses, cows, heifers were in prime condition, and the vehicles, dairy utensils etc, were perfect. Mr. H. H. Inglis brother of the deceased...

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A Bruragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

A Burragorang. FFrOM^TOII OWN COURE&PONDENT. 1 On tho 1st May, Mr. D. A. Ritchie, Vice president of the Sydney School of Arts, who . has latelj' returned from a lengthened tour . in Palestine, will deliver a lecture on ''The Pyramids of Egypt'-' with lime light illus trations at James' Hall. Mr. Bernard P. Carlon, J.P., will preside. The proceeds of the lecture will be devoted to improving' the grounds, of the R. C. Church, Burragorang. It is to be hoped there will be a large at tendance to hear the remarks of the well-. kM^n and highly appreciative lecturer. Mli.-Eitchie is a very capable man^ and a fluent and graceful writer. His notes, on , his travels to the *' Sydney Star' show him to ,b.e a man of keen discernment, rnudh in* . . formation and deep reading. Being for a nutniber of years connected with the School, of Arts, Sydney, he has done much to popularise that ' institution by greatly organizing the Saturday evening lectures,, etc. ' ? '?W' -. . -?

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

/? , . Cobbitty. [From OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Cobbitty creamery : — The pay for the past moiLai '.vas 3 3.1'Bd (threepence and three . sixteenths) per gallon. 24,000 gallons of ' milk) was 'treated r at. ? the factory. The majminery is in good working order. The - road around Wivenkoe bush still rej&aaius as it was. Winter is coming on and . as I it is the only way to Camden, and to the tram at Ki. kham lane, something should be don-3 at once ; a few pounds would form up the Vorst places to make it safe for the generiilNpublio of a night. * At present it i's ^mo.st dangerous both by day and by night.'

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ST. THOMAS', NARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

Sfr'. THOiiAs', Narellan. ! . There was a large attendance. ' The meet ing was opened with prayer, as were th^ proceeding meetings. The churchwarden's accounts were presented and passed. They showed a large expenditure on repairs to ? - . the church and additions to furniture, but there was still a small balance in hand. Election of Warden's : — People's Warden', Mr. D. Nott. Proposed by Mr. WiLarkin, Seconded by Mr. Hills. Trustee's Warden, MrWasson. Proposed by Mr Nott, seconded by Mr. Williams. ' Minister's Warden, Mr. James Hills. Nominated by Eev, G. H. Allnutt. The following Sydesmen were ? elected : Messrs T . Richardson, W. Larkin, W; Williams-and D. Norris. Mr. Wasson proposed and^Mr.^ W.. Larkin seconded, a - - hear.ty 'vote of thanks to Miss Macpherson, and also to Miss Gregory and Mrs. Hand for thfil'v' Irind nnr! trnlnorl anvirinoo no organists. Carried. Mr. Larkin proposed, and Mr. Nott seconded, a hearty vote of. thanks to the lady collectors of the parish, especially...

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