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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

Items of Interest. There was recently an extraordinary rush at Corowa for 13 homestead slectiousj there being nearly 5000 applications. In many parts of the colony ploughing is being retarted by the dry weather. . The Italian Government have declined the oiler of loan of £20,000,000 from English bankers. A large number of farmers in the Taralga j i-) 1 rtftn /-if- n n UiiMn o 1 k I 1 ti m 4-l- a I ciouiiui) uoai uuulwui iij a, i o Aug lu LULU Government for seed wheat. ' Dr. Fewing's serum treatment for the cure of diphtheria has been adopted by the Royal College of Surgeons. Sir Henry Parkes is suffering from an attack of broncho- pneumonia, and his con dition is regarded as critical. Railway deviation works, employing about 200 men, are to be begun at Lawson shortly. The rabbitts ex Oolgoa have arrived in London in excellent condition and nr« nail ing freely at Is each, A dust, storm at Broken-hill on Saturday is reported to have eclipea the sun. The air became black, and nervous ...

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

' '^'ANTED-Pure-bred 4 ? ? S. Buri^tgorapg. WANTED — G-ood housekdepar, ums^5e clean, ?smart, and good cod*, jajpo no ti®td~|tirl 5 , years old, and to cook for w? oy|fe to ; ... , Mrs. Hennessy, Camden. M? toffE. WA fccjj^st?; The, -Oaks. # ANTED — Youth, at tli^^amden Nejws Office ... ANTED— To purchase a s^jmd^naud ladies' I Bide saddle. State serrajS)'a!att wl$§gSfpH&e .. :aeen to the Camden News OffijjB./ / rjV h e' X /s. ? / QUEEN'S BIRTHDi5^® ORl^L J-v. ?j A meeting of the Committeeman bapeld||at^fie Oaks Family Hotel, on Mog^ay^W^ling mcmffiit 7 o'clock, at which all interested are invited to . attend. £f J^EWMARKET SAXE YARdS7sT^1ARTS~ SATURDAY, 2oth APRIL. 262 head choice dairy fat and Store Cattle. r ;. WEAVER & PERRY . ?will sell by public auction as above on Saturday, 25th inst., at 1 o'clock slyirp, jj 262 head choice dairy fat am^tore cmtle, compr3singrr/_\ ff 40 milch cowa, and forwardfiapringersi^ condition, and really gooa^Sp-^ js 60 store cows, in ...

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

$ A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE ! y HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST. Is Sunlight Soap I ; °R ? Lifebuoy Soap i WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of tlie BOOKS — as per list— can obtaiu them by sendiuif to L-^er Bros., Ltd., . 232 Clarence-street, -Sydney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover pout- . ' , ageor carriage. With the wrappers or coupons enclose full name and address— numbers of wrappers and *? the book or books required. The top part of .... ? wrapper, including the line 'SUNLIGHT or & LIFEBUOY SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the whole wrappers. _ Half-cloth , - and Paper - Cardboard. Covers 50 Sunlight Wrappers 1 Book; or 2 Books '90 Sunlight Wrappers 2 Books or 4 Books 135 Sunlight Wrappers 3 Books or G Books 1 80 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books , NOTK IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and ''Sunday-school-. Teachers, may. form *' Clubs,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LI...

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Fancy Fair. IN AID OF THE CARRINGTON CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

Fancy Mr. -'IN' AID OF THE OARBINGIjDW - CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL. To-day '(Thursday) this much longed for - :and desired Fancy Fair in aid of the above ! worthy institution will be opened and re main open on Fviday and Saturday. Mrs. Beard of Orieltoh, by the expressed wish of Tfche committee, has most graceously con sented to open the fair. ? Elaborate ar rangements have been made to make the ?whole a 'financial success and so materially -?add to the finances of the institution. The ;afctractions are both numerous and varied, ?and when it is said that there is to be a . Punch and Judy show to be given by -'Sydney's best artist, it mav safely be said sthat it will prove a great attraction and an -enjoyable one to both young and old. There is no charge to be made. Mrs. ; Macarthur-Onslow, in addition to her ; smaty other gifts, has most generously de , . (frayed the entire expenses of the Punch and f ; .Judy. We are all aware that the Camden; A. H. and I. Society have not held their T ...

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

' QAMDEN J^JONUMENTAL ^ R t Argyie. Camden. — 'fr . t. GLMV&LAHD, : {l.k±n H-. L. DAvis) , k&Ntj&SNTAi And GENERAL MASON Montimfents in Marble- Granite, or Ereetsone. Over 26b different, designs to select, from* Oast and Wrought Il'on Tomb Railings. feftAjiELijE& JjREEslroirE A 8 ?K C t A I- I (t T Old Stoftes renovated and inscriptions but In any Cemetery ? : E, ' SIAL L, (ILate Hoakes and Small) family butcher, { AbttYito S'Ttti'BT, Oamdbit, . The business Which has met with so touch suc fe'ess; in tlie past, will for the future be solely con »' 'ducted by E. Small, one bf the proprietors of the bviaih'eBs, and he trusts that by his experience and jadfrm'eVit, and providing the best of every class o tnea't to gain increased support from the residents of Camden and district, v 7 ? r ' —- ? ? ;? - ? t ? ' — ? *? ? ' ? ? ? - — R. H INbrLlS .AUG TIONEER, B6R8E, CAtTtiE Aiifi tRODtTCfi SALESMAN, Weekly SaleA held every Tuesday at CAMDEN, and every Wednes...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

The Oaks. , (From our own Correspondent ?. / One of the most enj'oyable socials held here for some time took place in .the School* of Arts on Friday night last, at which about 20 couples attended. Excellent' music was* supplied on the paoio 'by *ihe. Misses Lirid and Simpson,.,, and Miss on. the violin ; Messrs J. Devitt and Guerin. performed the duties of M.C'pd in a most.; able manner. ^Dancing, commelnd at 8 p.m,, : .and was kept up, briskly until mid-night, when light refreshments , wh ere served by Mr. J. Devitt junr., wlien all d if parsed? feelling quite satisfied with their evenings; enjoyment. ? ? '

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In Memoriam. (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

?*/ In Memoriam. . . [By J. B. M.] (Continued ;feom our last, issue.)' / There was a time when the Benches used to seek the' advice of the Attorney General on difficult poiiits of law, but, at last, Mr. Plunkett came to the conclusion that it was the duty of the Magistrates to take that responsibility upon themselves ; and issued' a circular to that effect. This had a bene ficial result, as it threw the, magistrates, upon their own resources, and developed dormant logical powers.- We sometimes had animated discussions in consequence, but I only re member, one difficult , case in which a re hearing was: rendered necessary from in ability to agree - in a decision ; Mr. Oxl ey was one who always held his own, in argu ment with much ? persistence. I have been only able to deal with the most prominent of those- whom I have mentioned, and will close with a- few observations upon court matters in general. . ... We have never, till now, been without a doctor or two on the bench. When Sir Ja...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

/w Notes. | il Tlie farmers are the backbone of the country'* is a statement oft repeated by lead ing statesmen of this and adjoining colonies } and yet despite this fact it is only recently 'the Government have seen fit to assist the . tillers of the 'soil by means of the Agricultural Department, an institution that has done splendid*- service since its establishment, . rriw-. ty — ? .j. ? — j. t ,0-JJ.C/ ?DCI VAwCO Ui i.JU.10 OJLUC11C11U J-'CpOil UllltJllU ? are at the hands of the farmers 'who are now enabled, without ' expense, to gain much .. scientific information concerning the .growth ? of Crops, eradication of diseases, treatment of various soils, &c. The Railway Depart ment, too, have come to the farmers' assist ance during the .last few years by carrying . farm and dairy produce at a much reduced . rate, The freight, however, could be further reduced so as to allow competition with 9 produce brought to out' .markets by water I' carriage. These, concessions, we con...

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Church of England Annual Festival, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

v ' T , « ? Church- of England 'Annual'.^/' ...r Pestival, .Sydney.' '' , ? : ? The Diocesan. Festival in connec'tion jwifcli ; the Church S.ociety will 'Be.- held - in Sydney t . on June.2nd. i It will;, be; remembered' that? ? lust year this gathering rwas insiituted and was a very 8Uccessfiil;fdem-tn8rration. . Th'e 4 o'clock service at the Catliedral was very lar«oly attended. : Several iiundred people wer^ unable to fjet iti to the. tea, and the , Town Hall was crammed for the Public ? Meeting,, we -except the same enthueiam and : numbers will be seen this year, ; The, Rev H. Mu-ray apd his sister 'have a'r,rived- from Ne^. Guinea on sick leave, 'Mr. 'Murray will probably return very shortly but Miss Murray will spend some time in N.S.W, We trust that both will soon b« restored to health again. )

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Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, April 18 Before Messrs C. T. Whiteman, C. Furner, and J. K. Chisholm, J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

Camden Police Court. Saturday, April 18 Before Messrs C. T. Whiteman, C. Furneiy aad «T. K. Ohisholm, J'aP. ? ' 1 Albert White, of Newcastle, was charged by the' police wii h carrying firearms on Sun- ' day, the 5th inst, for the purpose of sport. The defendant did hot appear.' Sergeant Parker stated tliat in company with a con1* stable he found 'the defendant with a guu , , on the Camden Park estate. '? The case wa3 taken ' as an ex-parte one. Mr. S. Allingham . of Camden, on behalf of the defendant pleaded guilty. The bench fined the accused (White) 40d ahd.,4s..-l0d, costs. ' ? ? The fine was paid. , : . ..

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Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

' 1 'Werombiv ' ? [FrOM-OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.'] r The successful tenderer for' the bridge at; Blaxland's Crossing, 'was at Mulgoa last week to make a start towards getting materials, &c.,' requisite' fbr the erection of ? the structure desired. ' I am informed that passengers and vehicles will be punted across during the building of the bridge. When completed, the new structure 'will prove an immense boon to the district. In a previous issue or your journal, the | . Bringelly correspondent contradicted my ? ! statement that, of the three gentlemen who were instrumental in getting the money i voted for the bridge, Mr. Kidd did the I most towards that object in view. I am not disposed to enter into a newspaper [ controversy, but facts will bear out my re marks. . I erred in my figures, though, a.a - regards the cost of the bridge. I Mrs Gibson held a ball at her residence : last Saturday evening, when a large number ?: of; the leading young folks in the district were present....

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

Menangle. ' [from our OWN COllHESPoNDENT.'l I Mr. Johnson of the Public Instruction i .Department visited the. .local , school last i. week after putting the - scholars through p ?' their exercises expressed himself in favour- !' able terms of the advancement made by tho pupils, under Mr. Harper's tuition, in ' general subjects. . ? | At a meeting held on Saturday night last j at Mr . Hughes' residence it wasi decided to hold picnic races on Saturday, 30th May - j next, on the -Moreton Park -course. Messrs W. Pay ten, J, Dawson andM. Hennessey^ were appointed lianclicappers;

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

. One of our rea'ders-is experimenting with, a view of ascertaining if tomatoes can be'-, kept perfectly sound throughout the winter months. The tomatoes, some 200, are already under treatment. Our readers will learn the result at the end of the forth coming winter. ^ The butter manufactured by the Camden Butter,j bacon and refrigerating works secured the higest creamery prices in Sydney last week. The following gentlemen will play Alberts at Narellan on Saturday the 25th inst.— Messrs. Hunter, French, Waterworth, Moore, Buttenshaw, Clissold, Rudd, Ander son, Inglish, Williams, Mitchell, and Larkins. We regret to report that Mr. T. Water worth'of the Crown Hotel, Camden, is very serious ill, the latest advice is that there is a slight improvement in his health.) i At the University Commemoration last Saturday the Rev. J. F. Russell took . his degree as Master of Arts. He passed his examination for this degree in Logic, Mental and Moral Philosophy.

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

. A SUPERB STOMACHIC Is Wolfe's Schnapps, an invigorator of the organs of urination and the bowels, and an invaluable cleanser of tke kidneys. ;

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District News Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

? ? ? ? , .. District News Cawdor [From our own. Correspondent.] I regret to have to chronicle this vr^3&k the death of another very old resident of this district, Mr Thos Dunk. He was 67 ' years of age and came to the colony when very young, and has resided in Camden district : more than half a life time. The old gentleman has been in poor health for some considerable time and died from weak ness of the heart, Mr. Dunk, unfortunately 1 ?* _ A ? _ . ? naa one or two raws irom a cart some time ago, and this, acting on a weak heart pro bably hassened his death. His remains were followed by large numbers of people to the Wesleyan cemetery here, and the funeral was one of the largest that I ever witnessed. Most of your readers know the distance from the Grea,t Southern road to Mr. Dunk's residence, and it can at. ouce be imagined the jlength of the eorteg'e when the latter part w'aa only just filing our of the gate of the deceased as the head of it reached the Great Southern roa...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 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 Akts, Committee Meeting 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: — Camden, Saturday April 25, 11 am Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be held at Campbelltbwn on the 20th May, and 27th October 1896. ...Auction Sales Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. At Burragorang James' Hall Friday May 1: — Lecture by Mr . D. A. Ritchie, on The Pyramids of Egypt, J erusalem etc. Taney Fair: — In aid of. the, Carrington Convalescent ? Hospital, this day (Thursday), Friday and Saturday, April 23, 24 and 25th, at Mounted Rifles Drill hall. Nabellan Cricket \Cltjb Engagements.; April 25 Alberts at Narella...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

EELiaiOUS SERVICES. ' ' ' Churoh of England. va'- m.' . - ? ?' Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev C. J. King. (H.O.) Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell , Menangle— rat 1 p.m, Capt. A. J. O. Thompson ' ? . Westbrook— at S.p.m, Rev C. J. King (H.C-) : .'ft :: Theresa' Park — at 11.15 am, Rev J. F. Russell ''.'V- 'Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F Russell St Mark's Day April 25 ?Camden— at 7.30 n.mj H.G.. and address. ? -Cobbitty — at 7 p.m', Rev G. 'H., Allnutt ' Narellan — at 11 a.m. Rev G. H. Allnutt , ' M Cabramatta— at 3 jj.ni, Rev G. H. Allnutt 'Wesleyan. - ?' ; ' *? ? ' ' . . ... v, .-Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. B. Procter ! /'. ? /(Camden— at 7.30 p m, Student . : v ' fCawdor — at' 2.30 p.m, Rev Caldwell Glenmore — at 11 a.m, Rev Caldwell Gleumore — at 7 p.m , Mr J . E. Moore Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev Caldwell Picton — at 3 p. m, Student .' C- Picton — at 7.30 p. in, Rev Caldwell .Ilt-nwn ? ill-. 3 r- m TVfp 'R\ Wlllfumnn -r- ? - ,V ?' — — ? Menangle — at 11 a.m, Student . Primitive. Camd...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

LOCAL MOTES Special meeting of Oamden council was held on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. The Mayor (Alderman J. D. Rankin) presided. The following aldermen attended the niep.t- , ing. Messrs W. C. Furner, C. T. White man, H.Moore, G. F. Furner. E. G. Griffiths, James Frier, E. F. Druitt, and G. Cleveland, therefore, the whole of the aldermen were present, The minutes of the . last meeting wovo rnnil nri/l onnfii'mod 'I'Vip moot-in it rlirl not terminate until 1 p.m., and was farther adjourned to the afternoon; At the open ''ipg of the proceedings, scarce any of the Aldermen were desirous of speaking, at last Alderman G. F. Furner rose to a point of order, and stated that ho did not think that any. business of the. council could be trans , , -acted- before the audit business was finally 'passed. ' After . some discussion in which the Mayor, Aldermen Griffiths, G-. F, Furner, James Frier, C.T. Whiteman, W. C. Furner and H. Moore ; . took part, the Mayor elected to proceed to busines...

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

Flowering Bulbs. eB0IGE e^em . , 6 Hyacinths — choice 6 Choicer Gladiolus - 6 Freesias— -large 2 New Japaiiese lilies & Auemone— mixed! 4 Tuberose, double! 6 Choice Narciss & Snowflakea . 6 Choice Tulipsv : ' 6 Ranunculus — double 6 Crocus'— mixed-,- Send at once to \YM. CARTER & CO., Seed Plant. & Bulb Merchants Haymarket, Sydney. The above Collection |; of elgant Flowering Bulbs- setit free' | anywhere for 3 s 0d- together | with one of our new gardening guides. |, CARTER'S tested' Farm, GaTdei!i, & Flower Se'e Write for Catalogue at once.' s^QRUal \ storekeeper to get ybu one 'L J ?' from \ . I 1ft | 1 ^ 0 746 GE0RGE ST- (Haymarket), SYDNEY}. I 1 llf mmmt Ik 1 0 54 B0URKE street- MELBOURNE. | J° Is# 9 167 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. TattersalFs Monster Pirze List , /. , BIRTHDAY CUP.. kay 25tb. . 50,000 at 5. ? ; GRAND JNTATIONAI* HUEDLE RAl.CE, Jufy 4tli.. i 5,000 at 5. CAULFIELD 00P, 100,000 at 5'. MELBOURNE CUPj: 100,-000' at 20, ; EAKK CF V...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 April 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. ri .. Saturday, M;-v 2nd — AT 2' P.M., DRILL ?ORDER MOUNTED. Saturday, May 16th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDKRj MOUNTED. Forage Caps, Field Firing. Monday. May 25th^-At .11 X.M., r -REVIEW ORDKR, DISMOUNTED. Hats, 'Fue-de-jbie, . Saturday. Mny 30th— AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. ForageCaps. Outposts. Saturday, June 13th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL j ORDER, MOUNTED: orage Caps, Field Firing. Saturday, June, 27th — AT -2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Forage Caps. Guard and fcentry Duty.

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