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ST. PAUL'S COBBITTY, EASTER TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

St. Paul's Cobbitty, Easter Tuesday. There was only a small attendance. The'' 4' churchwarden's accounts were not pre- '' ,sented as there were many outstanding items. It was decided that the acc-iunts should be closed definitely on the 30th inst printed, and .distributed. Election of - Wardens,' &c. i People's: Warden, Mr; T.' i Cummings; Trustee's Warden; 'T/.c!' ?' ' ' ' Barker; Minister's; -Warden, Mr. Fi W*. .4/ ' . Downes; Sydesmen, -Messrs H. Oampbel!' James^Funnell, H. Bellingham, A Kenrick! byr, Mr' T: °- Barker aDd spcondi'd - i? ' ^r' ^ .W' I)owile8» that the best thanks of this meeting be accorded t.-- Miss ' Scott, of . Herbert's Hill, for lior vnlnrtd services/as lady collector, and that tho In- ' cumbent be requested to convey the saiii©'- by letter to Miss Scott. ? Carried. A cordial vote of thanks was passed on the '..v motion of Mr. Downes, r seconded by Mr^ Barker, to the Sunday school superinteudanfc and teachers for their valued services, ami also to the...

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

Menangle.. v: \ '.[from our OWN COBBteSPoNDENi.J. 1 ??.& \e vy. enjoyable dance was held in the j ilpcal hall- on. Easter Monday night, and ^^withstanding the numerous counter 'lath-actions was attended by a liarge number ---.-of the residents'. The management was in the capable hands of several local gentlsinen and they are to be congratulated on the ^ .manner in which they ..carried affairs to *'?' successlul 'issne.' Dancing was com menced at about 8.30 p.m, and kept up uniil. about 8 a.m, the following morning, ] bot:wee4/;:S0 and' 40 ;c.o^pl08 taking part in this favourite form. of amusement. Several Bongs wBt'Q given during the evening, the ^ ' duet by M rs and Miss Huthnance being specially well rendered, while in the comic line two songs by Mr. Frank Rice greatly ?pleased , the audience. Miss Whitesides presided at the piano, and was ably assisted by Miss Sanderson and Mr. E. Hughes (piano), and Mr. J. Hickey (violin). A first class supper was provided at about midni...

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

District Mews j Narellan. . , [from our own. correspondent.'] ? The high winds ' which prevailed on ' Saturday last did great damage to standing crops, in ma^y instances sugar and barley, ; etc., Were blown level to the ground. ' The farmers are crying .out for more 'rain, * not so much for grefss, as' for the water holes, which are \ ary low in many parts of the district. , - Mr. G. F. Furner is the successful tenderer for the repairs and:; alterations, etc,, to Mr. Buttonshaw's house. The committee who have the management v ' of the tea meeting and concert to be heldjjn-4 ' the Parish Eoom on;:Friday the 1 7th insfcantX' have completed arraug;ements, everything promises to be very successful. In addition to the best local talent who have kindly consented to take part in the concert, performers are coming from Sydney to take part ;? Miss Krohman, Mr. Heing, Mrs Usher, Miss Chambers instrumentalist, and . , Mr. A. Blanchard the comic singer whosQ ' singing was bo much appreciated la...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

LOCAL NOTES The Camden Refrigerating; Works com menced operations on Monday when the first lot of butter about 12 cwt was satisr .factory treated. The butter was made from., the cream off the Camden Park Estate. On Monday next the 20th inst., the works will be open for the receipt of cream from general suppliers. Mr. Thomas Morrin, the famous stud breeder of' New Zealand, paid Camden a visit last Sunday,- spending his time at his ' brother-in-law, Mr. A. Donald, and rat: Kirkham. Mr. George Weeks of Camden has suffered a severe loss. His old grey horse, so well known in Camden, was left grazing on the banks of the river on Monday night, on Tuesday morning the poor animal was found with its neck broken at the bottom of the embankment. . . Mr. F. E. Cowper, Solicitor, can' 'be cpn8ultedprofessionallyathis.GamdenOfB.ce every Saturday.* ; ' Saturday of last week was a terribly cold boisterous day, with heavy westerly winds. The accumulated dirt in the streets was almost blinding to pede...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

: . CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES: Saturday, May 2nd — 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. ForageCaps. 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 . gentry Duty. Preliminary Drills — April 16 at 7.30 p.m. Drill Order. Target Practice— April 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, at 9 a.m. Drill Order.

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

Tliis is only done ] for a 'bliiidui.vi M I I ? ?? If/ 1 j -!. flour \( I Hkicc real motive' iV/vhl'di r' .is to araw.: . ^ ? your sttieniiGtii ' ?% : -T h;e 'H ft ATI ffeflsai'Fi' ' -i Ci^aretfes^ A Clean Out Individual Opinion, Boldly Expressed, It is for this reason that an assertion like the following sticks up above the dead level of our stupid talk, and becomes noticeable ; When I saw how pale 1 had grown I said to myself, it was because something had gone out of my blood.' ^ There ! that is a statement with the seeds of an idea in it. Suppose we follow it up by quoting the rest of the letter which contains it. In December, 1890, says the writer, ' I fell into a poor state of health. I was tired, lanquid, and weary without any appareut cause. My appetite left me, and all food, even the lightest and simplest kinds, caused me great pain in the chest ?and stomach. When I saw how pale I had grown I said to myself it was because something had gone out of my blood. 'Then my sleep wa...

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Easter Meetings. HOLY INNOCENTS, CABRAMATTA—EASTER TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 April 1896

Easter Meotings. Holy Innocents, Cabramatta — Easter . Tuesday.- : There was a very good attend ance, and the accounts for the -past year' were presented. &fter discussion and ex planation of certain ? items, the accounts were passnd. Mr. William Moore, of Raby, and Mr. H. Wilcox, of,Eossinore, were duly elected churchwardens; by the seathdlders. I Mr. H. Braithwaite was nominated by the Incumbent as Minister's warderiv The Eev. G. H. Allnutt ' then proposed a vote of thanks to -the churchwardens of the past year, Messrs Wilcox and Moore, and especially to Mr. : Arthur Liddington, who after many years of faithful service as People's Churchwarden, desires to retire in consequence of his advanced age. The resolution was seconded by Mr. W. J. Pearce, of ' The Eetreat,' . and the meeting ' rose to pass it in order to mark its respect for Mr. Liddington, who is now in his 93rd year. Mr. Liddington feelingly resj on^ed.' ' Mr. Moore requested : that the 'vote of ^ thanks be convey...

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

v* Oamden Line. The Railway Commissioners have made the following By-law affeoting i be Camden Tramway which oomesinto operation on the 13th of April. All previous By-laws have been repealed. MERCHANDISE RATES Per Ton in each class. Class M. Is 6d. Class A. 2s Od. Cl*ss B 3s Od. 1st Class 5s 6d. 2nd and 3rd Classes 6s 6d. Miriinuoi* is. ?jClassin cation of goods and conditions as ttf' ffiinimum weight, &c., same as railway rates. Buggies and sulkies from or to station? on main lines will be charged the through mileage. .Firewood, when carried not less than 10 miles by railway, Is per ton added to main - line rate ; minimum, 5 tons per 4-wheeled truck, when carried in ordinary trucks (not framed for 8-ton loads) will be charged f through mileage to destination. | Hay and straw, 5s per truck. J Explosives, 3rd class and 50 o/o Mini mum, 5s. LIVE STOCK RATES— Not exceeding 4 cows or oxen, or 10 calves, or 30 pigs, or one deck of sheep, 5s per truck. Exceeding do. do. 7s 6d per ...

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

THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE REMEDY For disorder of the stoniach, bowels and liver and a medicinal every Wixy -reodered. for its delightful 'flavour— Wolfe'aSchnapps.

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

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

' ^AMDEN jy-()NUMENTAL ^'ORKfe Atg^ie Street, Cainderi. , 4 W, tiffiVBLAflD*. -fr, . . V (t.AT^H: L, Davis) m6numental And general masGn -Monuments in Marble; Granite, or Freetsohe; v Over 200 different designs to select frenl; /r ? Cast atid.Wro tight Iron Tomb Railings: EN AMKLXiBD peeebtoKB A ? ^r bic! jjtbties ienovated &iui insfcriptioiiB but ili aiiy Cemetery; . : ' Ei 8 1 A L L.* ,:.;-tLaie Ifbakss and Small) - FAMILY BUTCHER; Siii-ETi bikifcir. The business which has met with bo much siic 'fcebs in the.,palBt; will for the future be Bolely Con ducted by E. Sniall, oiie of the proprietors of the . ' .bnsiilesa, and he trusts that by his experience and ^judgment, and providing the best of every, class o meat to gaiii increased support from the residents of 'Cain den and district. . it. H. INliJLiS ' A U 0 TIONEER, HORSE) CATTEB AND PRODUCE SALESMAN, Weekly .Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN, and every Wednesday at PICTON, , A special HORSE SALE will be held on the 1st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

' B T H U R' J. DOUST, p A Property, Fire, Life, Finance and ^ 'GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT* C A M D E N. * VALUATIONS MADE ? Ht Severn! farms for sa!e, Particulars on ap- ]yj;{ plication bir During my absence from town at any time, list of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store keeper, Camden. G. F. Furner,, » Builder, and Contractor, XM ILL STREET, CAMDEN Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building Materials. . Repairs executed on the shortest notice. Don't FORGET . ||i WHEN BUYING BootsaL To call on ' A. Stuckev, OP ARGYLE ST. ? before purchasing elsewhere. WH Y 1 Because he knows what goods are bad and what goods are THE BEST. REMEMBER ! Buy the best at the lowest price, which can only be obtained at A. STUCKETTS Pc . ? in * ; — ~ su . W. C. f U RNER. S TIMBER MERCHANT, Argyle Street, * ' C A M D E N . ~ — — — S] J O O S T X Or -A_ ZLsT ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, : Carpenter, Joiner, Wheelwright, Coach-body Maker, Undertaker, House Builder, etc. General repairs promptly ex...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

\-i \ -!i , inr ? m m: « s ik \ \ y^ . As Judge : '7® hope not to see ytfu- here - ? ' it v «£ , ag£,in.' \ . ^SendevJ 'Not See me he.fe again ( You ain'kgoingvto resign your office, are you?' §

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

JJamdea Postal Information, \ ^ AfeRIVALS FROM J , ,1 Cawdor— at il.-4B AM ' Brownlow Hill— 6 p.mi, TfheyOaks— 6 p.m, ? MoiSnt Hunter — 6 p.rri . ,? . . . , Burri'gorang— 6 p.ni . t, , Liverpool — 7.- 25 pi.m, j^ondaSJ's tof : Fridays, on . Saturdays at 7.52 p.m.- / - - Narellan— 11.35 a.-tn daily and 7.^5 p.xfi from Mon days, to Fridays, on Saturdays ats 7.52 p.m . CampbelltoWn— ditto' ditto' ! : ! ' Granville— ditto1 ditto? -:::-v.ry, Sydney— ditto ditto Mails' ctos'F. foe i Browfiilow Sill— 11.-45 a.m ... . ' ' The Oaks— 11.45 a. irii '? ' ' Burragorang — ll.45a.iil :: Moilnt Hunter— 1 1.45 it. m, ? ? ? Liverpool — 8.35 a. m daily , i ., ; Narellan — 8.35 a.m, and 2.-2() p'.fn cfaity' , Campbelltown— 8/35 ft/tti, and 2.20 p.m daiij1 , Granville— 8-#5 a.m, and 2.20 p.-m ddily. . Sydney'— r8. 35 a.m, and 5.-50 p.m daily. _ ?/; ' ^Calwdcj r^/Mon day , Wednesday and Fridalt fet i \ 1 2 15 p.m. T.PVp. South--5'.50 p.m daity. (Sunday's 6x c^eptedv) v» Letters posted iri C^inderi before...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

, Same Story Everywiiere. ; . , In Cstmdeh. as .in every, other .town and city in the-world, when Warner's Safe Cure was first in troduced people shook their heads and would hardly -believe when they heard 'of the&ures from long-standiag biliousness, jaundice, indigestion, -or, kidney disease effected through its use. Now the' army of believers is. daily iiicreasfng, and you can .hardly tuin with oat meeting one who owes life anil health to the virtue of this remedy - Do we believe thetn f How can we help doing ao ? Here they are, iand thousands of letters like the following are enough too make the strongest ' sceptic i hesitate iiefore 'crying down something he lias; riot tried. Read this letter from Mr. Allan G. Fraser, of ' Wilson : Street, Sosth Broken Hill, N S.W. Do you think for one moment that this gentlerriafi .would . misrepiesent facts so important : to the public ? Then weigh carefully his experience and . let it guide you. He writes: — ' I have much' pleasure in...

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An Irish Will. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

???An Irish, Will. An Irishman's will, made in the early part of the century, reads :? — 'In the name of God, Amen. I, Timothy Belano, of Barrydownderry,- in the1 'county of Clare, farmer, being sick afid Wake in my legs, but of sound head and Warm heart, glory be to God— do make the first and last wiii, the ould and new testament { first I give my soul to God, when it pleases him t-2 tsike ifc, sure no thanks to me, for I can't « ?. 1 1 ? . 1 i . L _ L__ ? J j — frelp ' taen, ana my ooay to oe nurxeu in the . aground at Barrydownderry ; chapel, where' my an' have gone before ii^6' an' t^1086 after, belong ing to me, ^re buried, peace to their ashes, and may' ther sod rest lightly ? over their bones. Bury n^e near nay godfather, Felix. O'Elaherty, betwi3 and between him and' my father and mother, who lie separate altogether at the other side of the chapel yard. I lave the bit of ground containing ten acres — rale old Irish acr^Sj to my eldest son Tim, after the death of hii? mother ...

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For the People. IMPORTANT FACTS FOR COUNTRY READERS. A PLUNDERING SCHEME OVERTHROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

For the 'People. IMPORTANT FAOTSi FOR COUNTRY READERS. (By John Haynes, M.P.) A PLUNDERING SCHEME OVERTHROWN. Many thousands of people inland do not Icnow what a narrow escape they ran during the expiring months of the Dibbs-Lyne government of having had fixed upon 'them a. plundering scheme of onesided land aad property tax. The attempt was made under ??cover of what is known as the Betterment Bill, and Mr. Lyne, the present, leader of the Opposition, was the author of the measure. This Bill proposed to tax all land through. ? or near which any public improvement, such as a railway, eto , was carried out. For instance, if a new district required a railway, or a great bridge, or other large public im provement, the tax was to remain for up wards of a hundred years, if neeessary, to pay the debt. The liberals in Parliament ?fought this Bill without mercy ; and I, as a country representative, can lay claim to som® credit of the victory. I pointed out 't&at none could define th...

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A Cow Devil. A WEIRD METAMORPHOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

lL i A,.OoW Devil .- ?! A WEIJRD METAMORPHOSIS/ '' (v -. ,It is well known that many cows under go a strange change on their passage from the quiet of a country, place to the fever and noise of the town. . The mild-ey^d mothers '* are transformed, perhaps by incantations oJE tlie railway whistle, into fierce brutes and uncontrollable. A gentleman in in. Sydney ?wrote to a well known pascoralist to send ? ? }iim„-a-q.uier, -.-cow,, and the, reeults will be V best understood by the following letter:— 'k ? ? ^ ' ' [copy.] Dear Mr.- — : — ,1- regret to, tell you 'that the quiet cow you sent me has turned out the very reverse of the sort of animal I -asked for. I did not want a performing --ff«-«Co,w, {-indeed^:T^h°ave ? no sort -of use for such aecomplishod animal. What I required ^ '9s a common every-day cow, that would - - p-iv . '''^ithout undue l ersuaaion a. fair quantity J ! ' of^iiu'^4 Such an.saniniial .co.uld.ensiiy have ?- locally, hut I thought to avail mvspl^ oiVy^inr ''doub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXT El AO T .Under the. distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, an 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. 18R0 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti 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 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, Director of the Medical Olinic at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

A Clean- Cut Individual 'Opinion* Boldly Expressed,.- . It 13. fot this reason .-that an assertion lik« the following sticks up above the dead level of our stupid tso'llk, and becomes noticeable ; When I save ,.h'b-v pale^l had grown I said to myself, it was: {bedaus6 something had gone out of my blood.' X', T%re'{ that is a statement with the seeds of aw I lflea, in; : ifc„ Suppose we follow it up by qviotittg ; the rest of 'the letter which contains it. In December, 1890, says the writer, ' I fell into a poor state cif health. I was- tired, lanqnid, and weary --vith'ouft any' apparent cause. My appetite left me, and all food, even the lightest , and simplest kinds,' caused Hie great paint in the chest and stomach. Wheil I saw how pale I had grown I said to myself it was because something had gone' v-out of -myiblopd. 'l-^! «' Theh^iy sleep was broken,, and night after nigbtl 'scarcely closed my eyes. It wasn't long before I JSecame so weak and dejected that I took ^o interest in t...

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