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

Obituary. Thomas Dunk, an old and much respected colonist, died at his residence, Cawdor, last Satur day morning. His illness had been long, yet his : death: came like a shock to many. His career was useful and eventful, and his success after over coming many difficulties, illustrates the great importance of right principles. As he was deservedly popular a short sketch of his life may be interesting and profitable to us all. Mr. Dunk's father, after serving in the British army, married, and Thomas was born in Sussex, England, in 1829. When Thomas was eight years old his father emigrated to this colony, in the ship Florest of Newport, bringing with him his family of 4 sons and 3 daughters, of whom one still sur vives and lives at Werombi. The father settled at Shankamore, then he removed to Cobbitty, where   he had a clearing lease. Next he lived at Kenny's Hill, then at Elderslie, then at Camden Park, and back again to Elderslie. This incessant shifting about proved ver...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

R T H U R . . J. 'D 0 TJ 8 T, j ? Property, Fire, Life, . Finance and ???. i ' '-GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, ' | C A M D B H. i. VALUATIONS MADE ;; ; 'Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap ?plication # , Duriug ray absence from town at any time, list ?of properties may be seen -at Mr D, Doust, , Store- ( ?keeper, Camden. : G. F. Fnmer, Builder, and Contractor, HILL, STREET, OA M D E N , Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building -' Materials. Repairs executed on the shortest notice, ? ? ? ? DOIl't FORGET |^j WHEN BUYING |® To call on ' A. Stuckey, OF ARGYLE ST. before purchasing elsewhere. *WR Y 1 Because he knows what goods are bad and : what goods are THE BEST. REMEMBFR ! Buy the best at the lowest price, ?which can only he obtained at A. STUCK EY'S W. C, F U R N EE. TIMBER MERCHANT, Argyle Street, O A M DEN - — - .. i ? i - -? - — ? ? — J O O S TIG- .A. 2sT ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, Carpenter, Joiner, Wheelwright, Coach-body Maker, Undertaker, House Builder, etc. ' ^Genera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

^ylLLIAM ? INGLIS & SON, -CATTLE, SHEEP, BOR; E SALESMEN, AND PRODUCE AUCTIONEERS, ? 827 tfEOUGE Street Souta!, ST D NET. \r:d at OAMPJSRDOWN EOMEI?.tJSH. T3 U B L I 0 J N O T I. C K 'T ? . ; ' 1 ' . 1 The unflerf gne I is now prepared to oupfirinteru . 't,He lereeticm o- 11 U 1 1 UI N Qti pr.ar.y: other WO RK.'' )i the distr ct of L'amclen/ ' ' ' , - qHA-f. FURNER, ., i ' . Ciiioilea. b: breakfast-supper. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BOILING WATER OR MILK. Ariirar Hideout,. steam SAW MILLS,1 werombi. Hard wood Timber of every description delivered to any part of tlie district a't ciir-' rent prices. Tongue- grooved lining and flooring boards' (bard^Ood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill',-, or W. C. Furner, Camden. Mr. F. Cliowiie- SURGEON DENTIST, 'May be consulted at. Mrs. NEW 'Si Hill Street, Camden, daily. Artificial Teeth inserted on' the most approved principles'' without the extraction of roots where' practicable; . Decayed Teeth built up with Porcclahi, Gold...

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Camden Municipal Council. DESIGNATION OF MR. J. D. RANKIN AS MAYOR AND ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Camden Municipal Ocimoii DESIGNATION OF Mb. J. D. RANKIN AS MAYOR AND ALDERMAN. ^ A special meeting: of the Council was. held on Thursday evening- last. The Mayor (Alderman J. D. Bank-in) presided. 'Jho following aldermen were present W. -C. Furner, C, T, Whiteman, ,H. Moore, G. F. Furner, J. Frior, B. P. Dtui'tt and. E G. Griffiths. The Council Clerk was abs- nt from the prodeedingg. There was a..good attendance of ratepayers present. \ The minutes of the previous meeting held on the dav^-iuayionfl (Wednesd^) ?were' read by the Mayor and confirmed.-.; ? I Alderman VV. 0. - Furner, fcpok the j minutes of the proceedings. V Alderman C, T. Whiteman asked Regard in g the in i n ui es- of t he; ;Fi nance, Oou&iittee ? /lieldv'on Weduesdoy^ake-'/jiooii-.'.-:. t; I'lje' Mayor,: ^tliis j; matter. i will , come on ' la! er and- will bfj delt with. ?The - minutes of the finance committee held on. Wednesday afternoon- were read by the Mayor?*'''*''' The lM ay or notified', thai at tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

* At-,,. JVI D 23. JN . ? 'm. h; inglis ' / | M is received ^instructions . from 1S& E. ' CaJfiaElon, of 1 ^Liverpool, to sell :by public .auction aohis Sale 'Yards, Qtmden,- on / TUESDAY, 5fch MAY, 1896,, c:S*^2, ? Y&JT I ' '2 forward springing cow-Si-' /i ? 1-20 head mixedcattle. if On account various ownera:. , - , . SO .hejld mixed dairy cattle. GOVERMENT EOTIOE. ! * / ; The Treasury, Now-South Wales, ?' ?'( ?17th April, 1S98. ? ; i. 'ANNUAL CONTRACTS FO K POLICE FOB AGE ' FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE, :1896-*7. ! IIS will beTeceivad up to noon of Friday, J. the 22nd proximo, for the above Service for a. -period of sine calender months from the .1st July mext. --- '.y ^ The list of Police'' Stations and conditions of con-' 'tract will be founcl^in^Govemment Gazette ((Supple ment (No. 279. of lift April, 1896. The Colonial Treasurer does nut bind himself to -accept the lowest oif any Tender. ! .15.6.1. --- V ?©. H. iREID. ? __ ? , ' Ux ? ? - - ' ' — — -jjr — jg R . I N ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

WANTED — Pure-bred Ayrshire bull, 2. to 4 years old. ? ? S. PEG-UM, BurjTagorangi, WANTED— .A. General Servant/ ' Apply Mrs. Waterworth; Crown l^ej^OundafP' TilQUND — A lady'a email broobli in John Street. JD ' Apply to. the Police. & mp OAKS.--To let, a four roomed cottage, with 3^ acres of land, adjoining Mr. F, Mitchell's-, property. Apply to Mr. Mitchell or to atnes MoEvoy, The Oaks, ' FOUNp ,, ' | The best, cheapest, and most ^feli^le^place. foy ' ' ; Drapery, Clothing, -Boojp'and^pes.' ! ...' ^ ? . ;. - / it

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A World's Exhibition in 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

A W orld' s Exhibition in . 18 00 ? The ' New. York Mail and Express' proposes A World's Exhibition in 1900- Let the entire civilized Globe unite, and success would certainly be assured. Not America's Exhibition; not ? C reab -Britain's Exhibition , ' not an -Exhibition for Australia, France, Germany, -'Bel-; gium, . .Switzerland, or India ; but an Exhibition representing the scientific advances of the world at large as obtained at the close of the 19th century. Some have suggested that such a unison of thought, idea, feeling and interest would be difficult to bring about ; but as this desirable unanimity already prevails among the masses of these very countries ?on questions of importance, where they have united ' as in one voice, it is reasonable to presume that a ?united effort for a, General Exhibit would be of easy accomplishment. Of course to obtain a . unanimous verdict from all classes representing s-o many countries, the. object of this popularity must be b ised upon genuin...

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Death of Sir Henry Paries. A SUDDEN BUT PEACEFUL END. TOKENS OF WIDESPREAD SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Death of Sir Henry Parkes A SUDDEN BUT PEACEFUL END, tokens of widespread sympathy. Although the public mind had been well prepared for the worst,' the aotural announce^ rnent that Sir Henry Parkes had passed away came as a sharp blow to thousands. Sir Henry Parkes was' ia bis 32nd year, having been born on the 27th of May, 1815 and died at ' Keniiworth,' Johnstone street, Annaudale, on Monday mornm(g at 4 o'clock. Sir Henry Parkes|was the foremost statesr man in. A ustralia. Everywhere amongst thd public, signs of genuine/regret that the long, and distinguished life had closed. The end came very suddenly. Sir Henry had juafc been given some nourishment, and hia attendants had re-settled him on his pillows. He was lying hack with his eyes closed, and it was thought that he had relapsed into thd semi-conscious state, shortly afterwards he. rallied for a few seconds, as often happens with those in the shadow of death. His wife was at his bedside, and the dying man clasped her hand in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Death of Cattle from Eating (Sugar) Amber Cane. A bad scare has been evolved in the South of Queensland (says the ' Queens lander') out of a number of deaths of cai tie supposed to be. caused by amber cane, which 'was immediately and unreasoningly set down as a poisonous plant. Many an equally innocent plant has been similarly libelled. As a matter of fact amber cane . is no more poisonous than is any other succulent fodder, under certain circum stances The real cause of the trouble is want of care in making a change of diet from hard food to fresh green fodder. The conclusion reached, after searching inquiry, is tha1-, if weakly, half-starved cattle are changed suddenly from bare paddocks to green crops, they are put to a severe test, which, in their weak state, they are unable to survive. The blame for accidents in such cases rests with the owners themselves, who allow hungry cattle with stomachs dis ordered by a long course of dry grass, to eat their fill of amber cane or other g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

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Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Camden Police Court. Saturday, April 25. Present Messrs. J. K.. Ghisholm aud 0. Furner, J's. P. William McG-uire, Arthur Jessop, W. Hackenberg, J. Hackenbery and Robert Wilkinson were severally charged with illtreating horses under their control. The defendants pleaded guilty and were finded 5s and costs 4s lOd. W. Hackenbury, was finded 10s and costs 48 lOd. The Bunch reg-retted that they had to-fine the defendants in such depressed times, but they had off ended against the law. The wood industry was paying them, but they must not work animals that were not in a fit state to do the work. *' ? r

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Camden Refrigerating Works [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Camden Refrigerating Works Another movement which will tend to place New South Wales in the van of the butter-producing countries of the world is the recent centralisation of the butter^ making interest of the Camden, Cobbitty, and Menangle districts, historically know as the ' Cow-pastures.' The cream from the majority of tho co operative factories in these districts is now treated at a central factory, which has been erected on the most modern principles at Camden, and fitted with refrigeration and the latent appliances. The butter, for \yhich Messrs. Fol ey Broth ers are a. g ents, is . pu t' up in neat and attractive style, under the distinctive name of 'Laurel'' as a registered brand, and ir nor only one of the fiuent butters on the market, but will do credit both to the district and the coiony in the markets of the world. So far, consignments have beep eagerly sought after at highest market rates. For the consummation of this scheme the district is chiefly indebted to Captain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

A Clean Cut 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, jand becomes noticeable ;. When rl saw hp-v*;pale I had grown I said to myself, it was because something had gone out of my blood.'.'. : There1! 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,. languid, and ?.weary without any apparent cause. My'appetite left ' me, and all food, even 'the lightest and simplest kinds, caused me-great pain in the ch'est aud stomach. WhenT saw how pale I had grown I said to myself it was because something harl. gone out of my blood. :? 'Then niy sleep was broken, and night after night I scarcely' closed my eyes. It wasn't long before I- became so weak and dejected that I took no interest in things around me. I was so. nervous...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

' Narellan, [From ottr own Correspondent.] ; -The members of the Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board visited Narellan last week, and it is more than likely that as a result of their visit we will have the water layed onto our little village in the very near future. The members of the board during their short stay were the guests of Alderman Buckle of Studley Park. Several of our wood carter's were fined at Camden Police Court, for working horses with sore shoulders, galls, etc., now whilst it is clearty the duty of the police and the bench to prevent undue cruelty to animals, it should lie borne in. mind that it is almost if not quite impossible to keep horses free from sores or gal's, that have to work all day and every daj' as the average wood, carters have to do 'i'he doath of Australia's greatest states man, |*3ir Henry Parkes, came as a shock i'to the; Presidents here as it was generally thought, and hoped that he would recover. Shame on Australians, say I, that they should h...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Camden Postal Information. Arrivals from : Oawdor^-rat; 11.45 a. in Brow hlow Hill — 6 p.m. The Oaks— 6 p.m, Mount Hunter — 6 p.m Burragorang— 6 p. m Liverpool — 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. ; Narellan— 11.35 a.m daily and 7.2o p. m from Mon days to Fridays, on Saturdays at) 7.52 p.m Gavnpbelltown^- ditto ditto Granville — ditto ditto Syduey — .ditto ditto : : . Mails closk for : Brownlow Hill — ll.45a.nv The Oaks — 1J.45 a.m Burragorang — 11.45 a.m ?Mount Hunter — 11.45 am, Liverpool — 8.85 a.m daily Narellan — 8. 35 a.m,. and 2.20 p.m daily Campbelltown--8.-35 a.m, and '2.20 p.m daily Granville— 8r35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — 8.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily. Cawdor— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at. 12 15 p.m. T.P.O.. South— 5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted.) Letters posted in Camden, before 8 30 a m. ar delivered -per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney. Sunday- excepted) English mail made up every -Monday at 8 30 a. in ? One penny postage to all places ...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Oaks. (From our own Correspondent I Mr. D. A. Ritchie, vice-president of the ! Sydney School of Arts proposes, giving a 1 lecture with illustrations on The Holy places of Jerusalem, on Wednesday evening next, the Gth May. Mr. Ritohie is an expert lecturor with a personal knowledge of Jerusalem. There should be a large attend* ance. Mr. Jame.a Bensley will .take the chair. ?

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

ISamden -liunicipal Council, - . ; An adjourned Reefing of ' this council was held at the 'council chambers on Monday 'evening. Alderman C. T. Whitemen oc cupied £he chair. The following aldermen werj present: — W. C. Fuiner, H. Moore,1 G. F. Furner and E. F. Druitt. The minutes of tlie previous meeting were read and confirmed. This concluded the1 business of the adjourned meeting. After some discussion of a conversational character with Alderman E. G-.. Griffitj^s' hearii^g on the. situation, and the best course of ' proceed ure. Alderman G. F. Furner moved, and Alderman E. F. Driuttv seconded, that -the meeting adjourn for half ?an hour, to commence at 8. '45. ' ? Aldermen C. T. Wliiteman and E. . G. Griffiths then left the chambers! ?Shortly afterwards the Mayor (Alderman J. D. Rankin) entered the council chambers in coirlpany with Aldermen Wititeman and Gi'iffiths. Aldermen ' G,. Cleveland and ' J. Frier had previously taken their seats at , the table. - : .„ . s : . .1 ; . The ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

;Not-BJ34 Now that Mrs Onslow hassiicli splendid hiacliinery dnd accommodation in Camden Connected with her refrigerating works, it ?Would Be a favorable time for fruit-growers and farmers in general to consult Mr; A. J. Onslow'' Thompson as to the advisahleness of - establishing- a -jam factory. Surely 'one 'could' be maintained at a profit in the district, with the splendid machinery arid building 'at his. command, Mr. Thompson might see his:: Way clear to start a small 3am factory ' ^without much further 'outlay-. , If the farmers can shoW Mr. Thompson that they can produce products plentifully and cheaply to k6ep a jam factory going, we &&V& ho . 'doubt that gentleman- will nieet them in a favourable spirit; From one of the Sydney dailies is gleaned . c .? the fact that the Department of Agriculture, 'through one of the officials (Dr. Cobb), has ' 'for the last three years been experihientiiig ^vith wheat at the Experimental Farm at . ?..??-:$;^agga.. Dur...

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District News Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

District News Narellan* 1 FROM OTJR OWN CORBESPONDEN T.'] The tea meeting and school feast which took place on Friday last week was a great fiuccees. The children began to arrive about eleven in the morning, had a real ;good time of it right up to six o'clock they 1^,..;-w:er.e kept bm-y, either eating, swinging, or tracing j at 3 o'clock the whole of the 'Children (iucluding those attending the - -Public School as well as those of the Sunday ..School) sat down to a magnificent spread of .all kinds, which needless to say were much . , .appreciated and enjoyed by the young folk, iafter tea the Rev G\ H. Allnutt presented i ;the prizes to the Sunday School children, reach one of whom received a prize, the Rev ?gentleman giving words of advice or en !?; .couragement to each as they came forward to receive their book. The table having been ,,L . cleared and re- set tea was served to the ; general public, about 250 of whom sat down. At the entrance to the Parish Room was a ' stall presid...

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Fancy Fair. IN AID OF THE CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

? iFanoy Pair. IN AID OF THE CARBINGTON CONVALESCENT 'HOSPITAL. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. ? ? ?This long looked for and well organised Fancy, Fair eventuated on Thursday, -Friday arid5 , Saturday of last ,'Weelc in the. well;' ap4 portiOned, and exceptionally suitable build ing for a fancy fair, or bazaar, i;he Moun feed Rifle's Drill Hall, which had been-placed at 1 the disposal' of the organisers, free o'f cost, by the kindness of Captain' A. J. OnsloSv ^Thompson. Great preparations had been made by one and all, more especially by the lady^. stallholders, .and it'is - largely to their iridi^iduM. efforts, 'the , ^stfccess. of Hhe -'-fair; must be. attributed. The ladies'' and gentle men who had associated themselves with the worthy object in view of endeavouring to assist the funds of that noble institution The Carrington Convalescent Hospital worked from the commencement with a will and energy, and strenous efforts were made by them to make the whole pass off pleasantly and withal 'at...

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