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Political Notes [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Political Notes ? -J London Times' says thafc Mr.- Reidis ''the / tool of the Labor party.' M Mr. John Kidd speaks in Camden on Tuesday next, 16th inst at 8 o'clock. It is amusing to' watch- the manoeuvring^ of the two political factions in town. Every qualified elector should hunt Up t his electoral right and record his vote .on '? / the 24th; ? .. /' :? Alderman Griffiths, of Camden, intends to ' / - run for the electorate of Worohora, . Soutli k/ Coast. We wish him luck. - I' We will have a man to man contest iof j the Camden electorate; Fair field- to each^ - and may the best man win,- A ; Mr.- J.- C. Fitzipatriek, proprietor and editor of the Windsor Gazette, is the free trade nominee for Rylestone. In consequence of the 'Upper House throwing out the Electoral Act Amendment , Bill, a number of qualified voters, in this ; district will be disfranchised The policy of the' Opposition, as^ ^ set forth ?: by Sir George Bibbs,' at Tamworth,- on',i; , Monday, was protection, federatio...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Sacred Cantata. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

Sacred Cantata. On Friday evening last the choir of the Camden Wesleyan Church, assisted by Mrs     Kentwell and Messrs H. L. Davis (Bowral)   and Garrard (Sydney), rendered the sacred cantata, " The Pilgrim Fathers." The cantata was given under the conductorship of Mr. Henry, who opened the proceedings with an interesting address on the Pilgrim Fathers. The introduction by Miss White-   man (organist), and Miss A. Whiteman (violinist) came in for good deal of applause. The choir got through their choruses very successfully, and the last one, "Blessed is     the Nation," was received with well-merited applause. Mr. Davis was in splendid voice,     and rendered the following solos, "O, deep and bitter is the hate," "Through many a     weary day," "They are not friends," "Arise,     arise, the foe is near," and "Pilgrim Fathers." H...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

IH MEMORIAM DEVITT.— In loving memory of John Devitt, who died July10th, 1894.   R.I P,     May the Lord have mercy on his soul. Inserted by his affectionate wife and family.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 July 1895

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED ,1817.             Authorised Capital .. .. .. £3,ooo,000     Paid-up Capital .. .. .. £1,837,300 Reserve Fund .. .. .. £1,158,072 2s 0d Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits. Advances made against approved securities, and all usual     banking business transacted. J. G. HARRIS,   Manager Camden Branch.                       THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COY., OF SYDNEY, LIMITED.     Capital paid- up £900,000   Capital called-up ,£100,000         = £1,000,000     Reserve Fund £1,010,000 Reserve Liability £1,000,000   = $3,010,000.   &a...

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MR. BULL AT CAMPBELLTOWN SPEECH BY MR. CARRUTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

- ME. BULL at CAMPBELLTOWN, j SPEECH- Bt MH. CARRtiTHEHS/ , The Campbelltown Town Hall was '- fcrowded on Saturday' night, the occasion of Mr. ChPiJes Bull's political address, and of the visit of the hoii. the Minister for Lands, - - Mr J . H. Carruthera. Among the audience v were a few ladies, who occupied front chairs Alderman ? Thomas Gamole (Mayor of l ^ ' i Campbelltown) presided, and there were also on the platform, besides Mr. Oarruthers I .1 nr.. A 1 J ? ? \X7 /'t ? 1 ? Vt_ ana mr jjuxi, niufiumu -y- vjrrnuciui, mi. . P. B.- Hurley, Alderman James Noakes ? (Mayor of Camden), and Alderman E. G. ' Griffiths, Camden A party of Mr. Bull's ()j Oaroden supporters were present, niimber 1 'ing over 30. The meeting was orderly and o! * g'ood liumored, and the few sharp but \ harmless passages at arms between the speaker^ and interrupters added a ziest to ?the proceedings. The chairman— who was Well received — - ? , said they were there on very important business/ Mr. Bull would addr...

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THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION MR. KIDD'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION. M K EIDD fS CANDIDATURE. An enthusiastic iiiseting of Mr. Kidd'a puppor . ;t orp wr a held at Campbelltown lastTuesday evening, when M v H. E. Vauerhan took the chair. A /???:. -..?dtvonfr committee was forced. Mr.- Kidd, who wan well received, s'aid^he was 'pratififd to find a p'reliirtinftry nreetiitg so wll at-, tended. Before payment of. nlember's he was their # representative, and that was not the' 1 ndueemefit; . - for him to enter political life. He entered it upon relinquishing business. He had always been ? ^ , moderate in his Views and had done his be-t for the constituency. f 1 Was hot his intention to make re ? ^ r'- ference to any othei' candidate. Let the electors :M-r-iv»-:'.'-dncide.- If aqain elected they would fifld he had mw\.i -not- itlaokoned in his endeavour to do his best for th^whole loottlitvi - Mr. W. S. Tav-jett proposed — ' That thin meeting ;rM:'^;i.:-.-T--n,olve,» itself into a cJommitteo, to secure the iv;'-':-' ? el-v tion of...

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Correspondence. The Proposed Lani Tax (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

Correspondence. :f v TJie Proposed Land Tax. . . : ? (To the Editor), ? : ItkviVs, 'Sib,— Will you kindly insert a few words to the ?/.,? 'electors of this district on the above subject, to be i ..-.stated as 'briefly -as .possible. ' ^ (1.) If the tax should happen to impose a new 1\ Inirden on the Camden 'farmers (which does mot -follow as a matter of course;, they will at the same time !be relieved of. the old taxation !(averag .'i oik aoouc loarceen pence jn itee x-, on all tfvey eat ' ; and wear. ? ? L ^2.) The tax will not affect small freeholders, »j,4 «uid the larger ones will be allowed £475 worth: free oi^ taxation. ' - ?? ? ; , (3-j If the landlords shoiald pass the tax on to their ' » . tenants, the large estates locked up at the present i yr r.- ??.rwill have to be thrown open to tenant-farmers, ?. 'and. 'competition will nediuce rents .a-sit does the i iK ' ' {price .©i ordinary (goods and produce, p (4.) A lespected .friend of mine says that we ' wiay .as well be taxe...

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Political Notes [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

'Political Notes Mr Kidd's Theresa Park meeting will be at 6 p.xn-~not 7, as first advertised. The hour of Mr Bull's meeting at Menangle (on Friday next) has been altered from 7 to 8 p.m. t Mr. Percy Hordern, the big draper, of George -street, Sydney, is the chosen Labor I i candidate for Petersham, _ ij | Mr, Charles Bull had a good meeting at Thirlmere on Thursday night, Mr. Stans bury occupied the chair. A party of Mr. Charies Bull's Camden J Committee will accompany hi ai to Burra go rang on W ednesday . Mr Michael Davitt says that 4-no intelli gent worker would ever consent to a departure from freetrade principles.'' Mr, Kidd spoke at Appin and Wilton on Saturday. Mr. Bull followed him at each place, Both the candidates had good meet ings. ? Mr Kid d's committee will meet at the School of Arts, Camden, to-night (Tuesday), at 7 o'clock sharp. Mr. Kidd will deliver his political address at 8 o'clock. ^ | It is claimed : that the rejection of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill by th...

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The Land Tax. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

1*116 Land Tax. (To the Editor.) 'Sir, — Kindly allow me Bpace iu your valwable ' ' jpaper to 'point cut 'he glaring injustice a large' « number of farmers will be subjected to if the land i f sind income tax becomes law. Incomes vp to £300 , ^ Are exempt, yet it is ;a Notorious fact that the I: ^ ?- '* mmjoiit-y .of fanmens1 SnconVes are not £200 per 'annum. Now, Sir., I ask, what cmnc :have those - alien been guilty -of that they should be compelled to pay -a tax, w.ben those 'whose incomes are much (greater, and who are therefore in a better position to pay, are let off Ifree In the one -ease the tax ceases when the income does not exceed £300, but tthe farmer has to pay whether Sue 'has ajiy income or not Mi:. Bull told the electors of Canudeu. that 'the tax was -on the land, Dot on the man who tills - lit. 1 ask Mr. Bull, when the taxgatherer comes t round will he look for the tax on the land, or will \ 4 (he demand it from the man who Mils it. Accbrd- ; jng to Mr. Bull, if a m...

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Mr. Reid's Land Tax. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

Mr- RsicTs Land Tax - - ? (To the Editor. ) . i. ,- - SiRj — The accompnnyinprcomme-nta on Mr. Reid's ; ... ^^Land aiid Income Tax Bill, have been forwarded to ! by a Sydney friend, .-and as I think them «'.;i!-^orfchy. of the considei ation of the Camden Electors 'at the present time, I should feel obliged by your v ' 'publishing them in this week's insue of your paper. , - I' would also take this opport nnitv of stating that , . views in favour of freetrade remain unchanged, ibut. 1 I am stronarly opposed to Mr. Reid's re v r evolutionary policy of practically abolishing the ^K'.v'.dnstom House an a means of revenue, and placing ??:i'vif,-:ihe-whole taxation of the country on the shoulders '.-Si^jof ?? -a.partioular class. Our extended Franchise is -t imainly based on the principle that taxation and representation should go together, but under the proposed legislation of the present government, ' aiearly two thirds of the electors would be relieved .. from contributing anything to...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

LOCAL NOTES The f-amden News will be published again on Friday evening. Advertisements will be taken up to 12 o'clock Doon. Saturday next the festival in connection with the Australian Board of Missions will commence Simultaneous meetings and services will fee held throughout the colonies in the Church of England. The liev. F„ W Reeve will -visit Camden and preach on Sunday next,; 21 st iq|t. ? Alderman Griffiths has decided not to contest any electorate for '* the 'ensuing election. He did intend running for Wororona, but has withdrawn. - Mr Griffitilis will, however, assist another aspirant in ' Ms candidature for ; that electorate. ' . A marriage was solemnized by the Rey; ; W. Wall in the Wssleyan Church on Wednesday last, the contracting parties j being Mr. Oswald Bensley, and Miss Florrie Thompson, both residents of the town. We offer the young couple our best wishes for tih eir future happiness and pros perity. In 1852 tHae font in S. John's Church, Camden, was in its present...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished 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. l*s° Acknowledged by Medical Clinios -U* universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Euealypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils 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 tafce : — : It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia)^ and Reported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. M osier, ' Director of the . Medical C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1895

, Carcfenter, Titbbei' Merchant, an TJndortak ei . ^'lUMBERLAN D HOUSE,- QAMDEift'. c. t. whitman; „ '?{ DRAPER, GROCER', BAKER. IBOWONGER, AND- GENERAL STOREKEEPER. All kinds- of Produce bought and sold. Bran, ChafE,- Pollard, &o, always on band. The best General Assorted Stock in the town to choose from:,- and at prices tbat defy competition.' . ' '' Before flaalnng your purchases, V PLUA.SE INSPECT OUR STOCK. a ? FRANK R.FURNER. PLUMBER, TIN-PLATE- & IRON WORKER, ARGYLE' STREET, GAMDElSf. * ^ '.Tinware, GalVanized Iron, &c-:, kept in Stock. 1~ ' ' Tanks, Milk Cans-, &c., made to Order. m ' ''Estimates giveii for Plumbing,. Roofing, &e. u TRIAL' SOLICITED ^ ? ? ? ? A. MARTIN, ' LICENSED SURVEYOR, ? ';: -, / SpccialIy Licensed under the Real Property Act, Government Mining Surveyor, Member of the Institution of Surveyors, ^ „ (Incorporated by Act of Parliament, N.S.VY) , At. 'IE 2ST. . - \For the last 9 years employed by Ihe ' Govenr - ' meii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

BOO I S. BOOT S. tfyott wantgood cheapbootabuyfroitt ' .A.. Boot Warehouse', Argyle Street, Camden, Mojj&jift CASH SALE DtfRlDSTG JUNE. ;(? ?: ????-A—- ? — — - ? ? : — ? — ? r- . J1 W BEN JAM! % : - Boot' and- SiroE-j3fAKEB, Arqyle St, G£t£bEN', Begs to thank the public for' their cordial support of the past K months, arid trusts that By good ?workmanship and moderate prices he -will merit a continuance of their favours. Please bring your repairs, arid they 'will be nearly executed on. the shortest notice. 0 H A R L E S- E Y' L E' S, PRIZE SADDLE' .MAKElt, Try one of his £3 10s Spring Seated Saddles with Hog Seat, and the best of material, and biest Plat'ed Tree Fittings ; his saddles are all over the district ; bring your old saddles and he 'will make them equal to new at a trifling' cost old saddles taken in ex 4 change for new ones ; second hand saddles' on hand, good and cheap — Argyle -street, Camden. All orders by post promptly attended to, and carriage paid, e.BOSWORT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

John Bridge & Co. ' AtlCTtoWEKUS, mVe srocfe SALESMEN AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 24l Sussex Street, and at ?is tinct;iAR quaIt & dArlInG &AiiBoiijit» U , . ' ? 7- fcaiea of Maizej Hay, Chaff, Potatoes^ &C, &-2, privately each day, or by diictioil wlien market war* , ants Jtiv8 Stobk dn Tuesdays, W^dneedayaj And iVi - - ea-cK week at tho City Yards* . Results posted On day of sale with market pros % Jjeots. ^ Accotlnt Sales r&tdetd within 7 days Or soonet if ? . Required. V '? ? ' BagH supplied at lbwbst current rates. V- Thd Gsroa-fc Specific. / f 6t. Jareolib bit VJcirtcs vi Univcmul Household Remedy tot W'^-- is . Pillri. : A rfl&st (tafVcltoith Health ReitbCef, :jviBsav/s;:.;:;..;..ifhe World's PriirWcr CUro for Aches ' and QrltlucH. Stdkriowfledgad iMo^natiortal ftorrt , ifei; ? ody for Rl-nsuirUxtium and all ottioi* PamfWI AtirfncHtSk i/iiV;'-.' ? ? ? — - Jtotoktifehittg Gu^83 k-cpo^tcd tivory Oay, ;? . -1 - Thousands ...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

TKE SOUTH COAST AND WE3C CA'M£)EN CO-OPKEAT1VS company's rspouT : Bitter, oreamery, Is Id to Is l|d, factor/. la to Is Id, dai / 9dtolld; bacon 4d to 4|d, hams 5d to lOd ; lard 3|d to 4d. cheese 5d to 5|d, honey 2d to 3d, pigs, alive, 10s to 30s, calves 5s to 15s, hides Id to 3a per lb, calf el-'us 6d to Is 3d efch, flour ; £9 to £9 5s per ton, meize 2s lOd to 2s lid, chaff £4 5s to £4 15s, barley 2s 5d to 2s 0d, bran lid i to 0s, pollard lid to 0s, oats, eee^2s 6d t« 0a 0d, i feed 2s 5d to 2s 6d, oir *ons £4' 15s to £0 per tton, 1 bay, oaten, £5 to £5 5s, luce-.ne £3 to £4 10s, potatoes £2 15s to £0, fowls Is Gd to 2s 6d, ducks 2s to 2s 6d, geese 3s to 4s 6d, turkeys 0s to. 7s, eggs Is Od, dairy salt £i 15s per ton, smaller quantities 5s per cwt.

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Produce Markets. WILLIAM INGL[?]S & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Produce Markets. WlIiMAM ItfGi S & SON'S RepOBT Prime oaten hay, per cr; 4s 6d to 5s Od ; Medium and :i ;fer'or 3s -i to 4s Od ; Fr:-ne oaten chaff 4; Od to 4s 3d ; M' cl'um and io^V lor 3s 9dto 0s; Lucerne hay 3s Od to 43 2d ; S'raw 1-3 lid 2a 7d ; Maize bushel 2s 4d to 2s 9d ; Whcr i or3liel 2i 4d to 2s 9d; SifCkirg pi;;s eaih 0s io 5s Od ; Cock Trrkeys pair Gs Od to lis 0d; Hen do -*3 0 to 4s 3d; Geese*. 3s 6d to -4s 9d-, Drel' S3 3d -0 4s id ; Fowls Is 9d to 3s 6d; Jtfrcloty hucte'? lb Is Od to Is ]Jd ; Dairy bntiers lOd Is Id } Pastry butter 6d to 7d ; Eggs dozen Is Od to Is 2-|d ; Bacon lb 3|d to 4£d ; Cheese 2jd 3d j Cfrcasa 3^d.

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SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. Not eve 1 1 mail ivho is tVin would thank you for fa ttcn mgr hi'u. j ie dopsa't want to be fat, and for ?very gooa i cascrns. ITnnecess: :? fat is a load to cm ry itbouu. it inte : with a man's power t-j work, rhi 1'io.B his wind, and drills his wits Yev, ou the other hand, a certp^n amount of needed fo' health a»id con~ Xo ? ... For e-campla : ^ A man live feet Jugn snould weigh about 1'zOlbs ; ak- ' a man five feet si.: ' dcIk a, 1461bs. ; a man six feet, J781bs. It is a regular ascen'' ig scale. The in - fiyranc^ compaT-ri allow a variation of 7 per cent* abore or below it, r.^1 beyoDd tbo'ie l:mils charge extra p^e^in u. 0-»e s'jor - be mnch over or tinder his proper weig'ht if he wants to be so. v . r,nd hearty — and we all do want that. Now we will tell you how Mr. Thomas Crosby, being tWer weight, gained seven pounds in a week* 1 „ He had lost 1^ stone, which is too much off for a man who was never fleshier th&n he natura^y ought to be. It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Save you tried the new Laundry Soap, Red ? ; A j Dross. It: satea labour, washes without f ubbin g '

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Banquet to Mr. William Inglis, senior, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

- Banquet to Kt- William lnglis, senior, 3' (From ouir Sydney Correspondent.) ? Jfully two hundred gentlemen on Wednes day night week tendered a banquet and ' superbly illuminated address to Mr. William Inglis, senior, at bis new sale rooips, op posite Red fern Railway Station. The address was signed on behaff of the large committee, by Messrs J. M. Ferguson, chairman; W. S. Goldsmith, treasurer, and 8 cckdale Reed, secretary. It was from the establishment of Messrs John Sands and Co, '(t, - and is probably one of the richest and ^ handsomest that ever l.eft that aroistic firm's ' ' v / studios. The size is 4ft 6iu by 3ft 6in, and , the frame a rich one of gold and crimson Vt , plush. , ^ - Mr. John Kidd (ex.P.itf.G.) occupied the 1 : „ chair, having the guest of the evening on his jT' , right hand. In proposing the toast of Mr. 1 \h| ' Inglis' health, the chairman referred to his ^ admirable character both in public and /'V 'private life, and Messvs John Lakeman . (Camden), Geo. We...

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