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Theresa Park. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Theresa Park [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The tea meeting in aid of funds of P.M. Church, was held on Friday last, and proved very successful. The weather was beauti fully fine, and everything passed off with-, otit a hitch, and no wonder with such glorious weather, a good appetite, and pleiity of really choice provisions to appease it. \.i noticed with pleasure the presence of the Rev. O. J. King and Rev. J. F. Russell, who seemed . to ? thorough! v eniov themselves. Mr;?. J. Wasson, of the Post Office, Brownloiv Hill, was the caterer, and the really fine ; display of eatables reflect great credit on her and her assistants, M e3- dames Wallace and Doust. A concert was held at night (Mr. Grant kindly lending the piano) when the hall was filled, and a fair programme rendered, after which the Rev. R. Mowbray thanked the people, for their presence and practical sympathy, and the meeting closed with singing the National Anthem. :

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

( To tbe Editor.) Sib,— I am a ratepayer of Camden, and on a recent visit I heard that things were a bit mixed in the council, so I became anxious to learn the rights of the thing. With that object in view I hunted up a ' Camden News' and my disgust can better be. imagined than described when I dis covered that the local paper did not give anything approaching a full account of the council meetings held recently. Now, sir, would it not be better for all parties con- I cerned if you gave an accurate and full account of the said meetings, and thus turn public gossip in the rit?ht channel . Instead of that, however, you leave the public to form their own opinions, often false and considerably exaggerated, making things worse than they are, through your un necessary reticence. Now, Mr Editor, does it-not seem strange that people, takine- the local paper and living in the country, have to inquire what takes place in the town ? Trusting sir, that you will take the hint in which it is give...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

LOCAL NOTES The fortnightly meeting1 of the Camden Council was held on Wednesday. The Mayor (Alderman J. D. Rankin) presided. The whole of the Aldermen were present. The following accounts were passed for payment Council Cleric £5 13s Od ; P. Fuch £3 10s Od; M. Kelly £7 Is Od ; T. Curry £2 6s Od ; T. Curry £2 6s 6d. Alderman G. F. Furner was' appointed returning officer on the motion of Aldermen. C. T. Whiteman and W. C. Furner. The Mayor notified Ikat the suspended Council Clerk had paid into the Commercial Bank tlie sum of £116 4s 7d as tlie amount due by him to the council. On the motion of' Aldermau C. T. Whiteman seconded by Alderman W. C. Furner it was decided tliat the services of the late Council Clerk Mr. W. J. Cranfield be dispensed with. The valuators report was then considered. Other business was discussed but, no . con clusions were arrived at. A full report of the meeting will appear in our next issue. The balance sheet of the Camden Council appears in our business ool...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 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 Cape. Guard and fcentry Duty.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 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. i

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RESUMPTION OF CHEERFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

RESUMPTION OF CHEERFULNESS, ? Undisturbed and more refreshing sleep,, and -a hearty appetite, are speedy effects resulting' from the use of Wolfe's Schnapps. Some owners of fruit trees, are at a loss to account for the death of some of their trees there deing no sign of disease. The roots show signs of decay, although the trees are not old. Too much wator has got at the roots of- these trees,' and there being ho' escape, caused the mischief complained of. Had there been drainage, the water would have escaped, and the trees would have lived and flourished. v ,'v Mr. Perry of the firm of M ossrs. Weaver and Perry, Sydney, will hold another sale of dah'y and store cattle, milch cows, forward springers, etc.y at; Allingham's Commercial Hotel, sale yards Camden, on Saturday. Sale starts at one o'clock. Mr. T. Brownell will next week re-open the premises lately occupied by Mr. David Doust of The Argyle Stores, Camden, as a general storekeeper. Mr. Brownell has engaged the services of Mr, ...

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

, EV' ''SMALL, S '''te- ittihe JfoakeV and Sm4ii) r. FAMILY BUTCHER,- ^ j ' --/isk EtitL'E Street, CiUDfi w;\ I ? The business .which has met with , 86' mtfcli sufc ] c.ess- in ihe past, will for the fntiire he solely con I el vie ted by E. -Small, one of the proprietors of the i -fcubineHS, and he trusts that by his experience and | -judgment, aiid pfoviditig the fa^st of every .olas'S o j meat to gain increased support from the residents of Camden and district. QAMJJiii-N : ? OKU MENTAL ^ ORES % . Argyle Street, Canideii. | -? (Lati: H. L: Davis) j ; ' . ? .. _ ' MONUMENTAL AND aEN^RAL :Msb]ST : Monuments in. Marble; Granite, br Frdetsone; Ovor 200 different designs to select from; Oast and Wrought Ii'tin' Toinb Railings; ENAMELIKD IKBEBTOU! A SPECIALITY . Old Stones renovated and inscriptions cut ill any Cemetery; Era l^iiLlS ' A U C TIONEER; HORSE, CATTLE AND PRODUCE sitEskAw, Weekly Sales -hei'd, every, ., Tuesday at CAMDEN, aiid every Wednesday at PI GTON; A spocial HORSF SALE...

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

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRAOT - Under the . distinguished patronage of His Majesty ... , ''v the Iving of- Italy; as per comniuiiicatioh made by '?'* the Minister .for .Foreign Affairs,- through the Con sul-General for Italy., at -Melbourne,. 14th -March,' 1878. , .-A/warded . Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex . hib'ition. ?lsfi',-. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ^ivoniversities 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. tlie medical division ofvthe, Prussian Government to.be of perfectly pur ? origin, as per information forwarded to us through the : Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1S78, we take : ?' ' It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics ' of the .Universities at Bonn and Greil'swald (Prussia), ; arid ;-eported' -by. !)r. Shulz, Professor of Phar maco...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

Forthcoming Engagements. Jairjden 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 qv Akts, Committee Meeting : — 2nd v Tuesday ip each month. Lending library ' branchy Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.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, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. At Bvirragorang James' Hall Friday May 1 : — Lecture.by Mr. D. A. Ritohie, on The Pyramids of Egypt, Jerusalem etc. The Oaks Sports : — Queens Birthday, May 25.

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

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 April 1896

BELIGIOUS SERVICES. Cfturofc of England. ? ?' '/ Camden — at 7,30 a.m, (H O.) Camden— 'At II a.m., Rev 0. J. King. Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C.J. King Menangle;— at 11 a.m, Rev'J. F. Russell 'Westbrook— at 11 a.m, Mr. J. M. Ouslow ^Theresa Park — at 3 p. in, Mr. F.-W. A. Downes 'Werombi— at 3.30 p m. Rev C J.King 3&£oreton Park — at 3.33 p.m, Rev J. F. Onslow Cobbifcty — at 11 a m. Rev Gk H. Alluutt. (HC) Narellan — at 3 p nj, Rev G. H. Allnutt 'Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward j Wesleyan Camden— at 11 'Rev Caldwell Camden — at 7.30 p;m, Mr. W. W. Smart Cawdor — at 2.30' p.m, Mr. B. Procter -GHeumore — at 11 a.m, Mr. G. Smart f Q-leumore — at 7 p.m, Rev Caldwell ,n We/} t brook — at 2 30 p.m, Mr. G. Smart Fictou — at 3 p.m, Rev Caldwell Campbelltown^-at 3 p.m, Mr. W. W. Smart' Campbelltown — at 7.30 p.m, Rev Caldwell Roman Catholic ? Camden — Mass at 9 and 11 a.m, Evening Devotious' at 7.3p Oaks— Mass at 9 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

? ? i I . i A whole Vb!u me a. r:'—' o' fHC Price, ' w4'5' o'f sv i m SSS- '3 ? » :: ^00. . .» hardly expresses ? the satisfaction given by The 'Hampd'eii-:-;v i Cigarettes.- ; Happiest of all 1 There is no time in the tw,enty-four hours .when one ought to feel so thoroughly satisfied and con tent us immediately after a good hearty meal. And all healthy persp^is^do feel so. The body's de- i rrmnda have been met, and we are easy and com- | fortable, as though we*had paid off an old dun and , had money^ldjfc} Ywfe.are* accessible,' Humane, and - ! good nature^. Then, ,4/ ever, we. will grant a request wi'iiHou# grumbling. ' True benevolence,' says a crusty old friend of mine, ' is located in a capable stomach recently filled.' Yes, but what of the incapable stomachs, of - which there are so many ? — stomachs that dis appoint and. plague their owners, till the act of feeding, so delightful to others, becomes an act to avoid the necessity of which they are almpst will ing to die? Ah, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

E' : W. ALLINGHAM. , Sali M-i ? . ? (/// V:: &TANTED a youug man that cfan^pl&ugh and ??W: V,V , milk. . . j, Apply, J. Linton, Elderal^Oamdeii. ^ m /ILL -FORMS and other documents can be * ':t V purchased at ' The Camdeij/News Office. H ORSES clipped ill.. Camden and District DUNBAR, Werombi and Camden. Teria^ '?moderate. Orders by post promptly attended^to,,^ Wanted situation, by-a respectable domesticated girl . of 16 -in quiet faimihr Address. \ Clara, Post Office, Narellan. ? / THE OAKS. — To let, a four joined cottage, with 3g- acres of land, adjoining Mr. F. .Mitchell's property. .Apply to Mr. Mitchell or to - James McEvoy, The Oaks. mo LET — A paddock, 640 acres securely, fenced, ii. well watered,arid grassed. Apply W.' J. GIBSON, Werombi. TO ;LET — A commodious eight roomed house, with kitchen, outbuildings, etc, in Argyle ?gtreet, recently occupied by the Misses Hindes.: Apply at. the r FT p' ACRES of well grassed 'land to let. .jmvfi ,i O Horace Doust, Cam...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

The Oaks.. (From ode cwn Correspondent (4 . ' ?? ? ' r A yery enjoyable social inaugurated. by a few residents of The Oaks waa held at / 'the School of Arts on Friday evening/-.' -^st. A most, pleasant evening was the 4-^.ilt, pianoforte solos, recitations, songs ? etc., together with drawing room games- -were indulged in. During the evening the' company partook of supper. ? y Great preparations are being made td make the picnic races to be held ait Tlie Oaks on Queen's Birthday (Monday the-25ih inst,) a successful and a decidedly pleasant outing. The programme consists,, oi'v.five events' In' hor&e and pony-' races and' the pi'izes to be awarded are exceptionally liberal and are worthy the attention of all those who own good -horses. Entries close ,? on Tuesday the 19th inst. Mr. W. R. 'Jl Antill, J.'P.',' will act as judge ; the 'com- mittee of management stipulate that all the horses must be the property. of owners living in the police districts of Camden and' Picton, a n...

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District News Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

District News ? , .Menangle ? [PEOM OTTE OWN COEEISPONIUSNT.] ' The Moreton Park picnic races to be held on Saturday 30th inat., promises to be a great success, numerous entries have already been handed in for ..the , various events, and Mr. P. ,Maher,.the clerk of the course expects to receive a great, many mors. The track is in splendid going order and some exciting fihish.es may be. ex pected. Mr. Hennesey, of the Plough and Harrow Inn, Camden, has secured the ngnt to tne bootn, wnicn is a guarantee that the wants of visitors will be -well catered for. The ' Gate' has been pur chased by Mr, Peter Fahej^, and given fine weather,; this gentleman should be pleased with his investment. ... A most enjoyable party was given by Mr. and Mrs Ashford, to a numerous cirglo of friends' at Mr. George Starr's residence on Saturday evening last, between thirty and forty persons being present. Dancing was indulged in by most of the younger portion of the company to music supplied by Mr. Ashford ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

Correspondence. (To the Editor.) Sir,— -The local ? Municipal Council now pay their night soil contractor l-£d per pan, and I am informed that the charge of threepence per pan is to vli.e continued, thus compelling ratepayers ?to help in the future to make a jjrofit on theV night soil. On behalf of a large number ' of ratepa\ ers, I beg to enter a strong pro test against the council making a profit out ?of '.the contributors to local revenue. Two pence per pan would enable the council to pay all expenses in connection with the removal of night soil, and .in justice to the ratepayer?. .- this amount should be charged. Trusting those ' in charge of Municipal matters here will attend to above matters. I am. Yours, &c., ' 't ; SLEEP IN THE PAN,

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Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

.Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club. A meeting of members of the above club was held last Tuesday evening (5ih /May), when the President (Mr. F; Barter) occupied the chair. The meeting was principally convened to decide about, enclosing the tennis court with wire netting. Mr. . Peat -offered to supply : materials and do the work for 35s. After a short discussion, it was agreed «. ? nn i . ? ? Ul « ' that the otter 'as a very reayuaauiG uiju, - and it was unanimously accepted, on lho motion of' Mr/. A, J. ; Doust, seconded t-y Mr. WT. M. Hughes. Mr. Devlin,' treasurer, produced balance sheet, showing a deficit ot £1 5s 9d. Con sidering some lieavy expenses necessary at ! the start, the financial position of the club i was looked upon as being satisfactory. In an eloquent speech, Mr. Devlin pointedt out that as the annual meeting wouid take place very shortly, viz. in July next, it would not be wise to make a call on the 'members now to rai-se funds to wipe deficit and pay for enclosing cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

'V rv ^ ^ ? ;; { 1 ' ^OURE B AUTIFIJXiL Y I LLUSTR ATED* -- ' ?' CaMogii# — - ? ?.«'' r , ''.Which, explains in simple language' how to grorf'ahd treat' all' varieties of See'lfls, 'Fruit :Treea, Plantsj'-' . :. ; Bulbs, etc. /giving the best time for planting, with fulP description of- everything, is now issu'^d^ * 1 and can bfr had* . ; „ . ',..., . 'r ' , - ? Post Fred- ' ? - Write at once to' . .,? ^ ,, , WM. CARTER & Co., Haymarket, Sydney. ? in&SBST/ -S)@WNG igrtMlil 1 maiiine, SE.W5RU3 \ shlliagBW / Uefore imwnasnig any other \ ^ ^jp^8 . J '? send khh ci kcular or ask j'ouv \ $' _ 'iA j . .. ' storekeeper to Ret you one \ I ' ? ? ? ,? ?..? : ., ? from /1& : I ' if % '/$ $!~ 0^ . GEORGE ST. (Haymarketi, SYDNEY . ? S WiA^jPCSnn&ifl M BOMKE STREET, MELBOURNE. !? ?' Jy'¥ kil 1 U Ir 1W WffiEH ST.HEF.ir, BRISBANE. . TattersalTs Monster Pirze List i ? ? u - . BIRTHDAY CUK May 25tk. -; . 50,000 at 5. . RANDWICK STAKES, 6tli June.- 10,000' at 5.. . - - ...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

- Camden Municipal Council. A meeting1 of the Aldermerii Was held on Wednesday evening la'st'. The' Mayo? {Alderman J. £?. Eankin) presided. The -whole of the Aldermen were present,' viz., W. 0. Furner, 0. T. Whiteman, H. Mooi^e; G. F. Furner, «7 Frier, E.- G. Griffiths, E. -F. Druitt, and G. Cleveland. The Mayor notified that he had employed Mr. Horace LXousfc as temporary Council! 'Clerk. ' The minutes o'f the last meeting of the ^council were read and confirmed. JLhe deterred business from the last meet itfg viz., to vote the sum of £45 for repairs to Carringfon road, and; to' consider the advisability of procuring metal for Cobbi'ty road Were then considered. It was decided to hold over the former matter for the 'Work's Committee to report, and the latter ? /was held over' to the next meeting of the . council. .Motion by Alderman Cleveland, that an pverway crossing be constructed at: the junction of Elizabeth and Argyle streets at a ? cost not exceeding £6. Alderman G. F Furner ...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 May 1896

1 CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. ; Saturday, May 16th — AT J2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. Forage Caps, Field Firing. Monday, May 25th— At 11 A.M., REVIEW ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Hats, Fue-devjoie, Saturday. May 30th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL i ORDER, MOUNTE D. ForageCaps. Outposts. i Saturday, June 13th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL i ORDER, MOUNTED, orage Caps, Field Firing. Saturday, Juno 27th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Forage Caps. Guard . and Sentry Duty.

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