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1ST CLASS GIRL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

1st class girl's. . Connie Kemp, 403 ; M. Lodge 191.: ; ? *.' M. Nethery, 183 ; I. , Scott, 127- j H. Myles, 84 ; N. Hayter, 26.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

thicket. ' . ' A cricket match was played on Saturday last on the Oamden wicket between teams representing Oamden and' the Thoresa Park / Young Men's Institute, the latter winning , , easily . For the latter team James Small made the splendid score of 100- not out, the ?rest of tho 213 made by thu team wa8 put : =np. principally by Thomas Small 22 not out, - ' .Joseph Wasson 31 and the Rov. C. J. King /il9. For Camden, Hopson obtained 4 r Vwickets out of 6 that fell. The best batting ? -.^Jor' Oamden was done by French 19 but , the 'bowling1 of G. Porter was too iaial and the : : '-whole team was disposed of for 46. The members of the Cawdor 0. Club are -not.ified that a meeting of the club will be ih eld at Cawdor public school, on.Monday - the 18th mst., at 7.30 p.m. Mr. H. Dovvle ?is the Hon. Secretary. The .following members of .the Narellan iC.O. 'have -been selected to play (against the Theresa Park C.O. on Saturday next the 16th inst., at Theresa Park at 12 o'clock : the last...

Publication Title: Camden News
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3Nd CLASS BOY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

3is*d class boy's. . L. Smith, F. Poole, 198 ; E. Nethery, 157 ; P. Dunk, 151 ; W. Ellis, 126 ; A., Wilson, 64; W. Nethery, 62 ; F. 'Heigh- ington, 48 L. Norman, 44; J. Kettley, 18; A. Druitt, 17.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

. Camden Municipal Council A special meeting of this council was held on Monday evening last, the 11th inst., the Mayor (Alderman W. C. Furner) presided. The following aldermen were present . — J. Frier, E. F. Druitt, E . G. Griffiths, G. F. Furner and G. Cleveland. The minutes of the previous meeting were then read, when Alderman Griffiths called attention to tne increase of salary to the. future council clerk, which was carried at that meeting. He considered that as the mat ? ter had not been placed on tbe business paper it was out of order. The Mayor:- It certainly was illegal [ business* v After some discussion of a conversational character, it was decided on the motion of Alderman J. Frier,- that the matter relating --1' to the £10 increase in the future salary of the council clerk be expunged from the - minutes. Carried. The minutes as altered were then con- . * firmed. n \ The Mayor then detailed hio interdfew ~ ' with Mr. Cox, the resident Guveru'\J»ut . engineer, on fhe que...

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2ND CLASS GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

2nd CLASS GIRLS. L. Parker, 385 ; E. Lewry, 378 T. Watson, 231 ; E. Poole, 215; R. Smith ; 205 ; Hilda Small, 175 ; Stella Cranfield, 130 ; E. Watson, 123 ; B. Cranfield, 98 ; I. Waterworth 94; E. Smith, 92 ; Annie Kettley, 89 ; May ? Kettley, 78 ; Minnie New, 50 ; Ada Bunker^ 38 ; M. Stewart, 13 ; Ida Liggins, 12 ; Daisy Clarke, 12 ; L. Fletcher, 11.

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Camden School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Camden School of Arts. A meeting of the committee of the School of Arts. was held last Tuesday evening at which the following were present : — Mr. J. G. Harris, (president) ia the chair, and Messrs Cowper, G. F. Furner, Little, Druitt, Henry, Whiteman, Dr Bell, Devlin, and Rev C. J. King. mi ? . I» -1 ? . ? xne minutes ox tne previous meeting, were read and confirmed. An apology was received from Mr. J. D. Rankin for non attendance. Sundry ac counts were passed for payment. Rev Mr. King reported that he had seen Mr. Jordan respecting the proposed magic lantern entertainment in aid of the funds of the School of Arts, and it was then resolved that it should take place on 5th June. A discussion then took place about the preparation of regulations for the guidance of the person to be appointed as caretaker and librarian, and finally it was decided that a sub-committee consisting of Messrs Harris, Cowper, . W. Whiteman, Henry, Dr. Bell, Little and Devlin be appointed to prepare same and ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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3RD CLASS BOY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

3rd class boy's. - a 1 . Stanley New, 305; H. Anson, 297 ; Selby New, 281 ; A. Hindes, 257 E. Moore, 242 ; H. Smith. 183; P. Smith^ 167; H. Griffiths, 133; N. Griffiths, 125; Alf. Rayworth, 119 ; W. Gillespie, 115 ; J. Gillespie, 110, H. Small, 108 ; A. Small, 108; J. Heighington, 103 ; C. Nethery, 101 ; Chester Smith, 81 ; F. Watson, 78 ; Walt. Nethery, 76; Arth. Rayworth, 72; H. Derriman, 70 ; Y. Dunk, 63 ; Arth. Brown, 62 ; John Heighington 57 ; H. Smith (2) 49 ; S.Brown, 43; E. Walshe, '39; W. Patter son, 35; Herb. Heighington, 27; Vic. Derriman, 23; Percy Peters, 15; E. Water worth, 14; Fred Waterworth, 12 ; Fred Stewart, 12.

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Camden Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. (Before Mr. C. T. Whiteman. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Camden Police Court, Wednesday, May IB. (Before Mr. C. T. Whiteman. J.P.) Archibald - MoDonald was charged with being drunk in Argyle street. Fined 2s 6d or 6 hours iu the lock up.

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3RD CLASS GIRL'S [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

3rd class girl's . - Leah Parker, 320, ; M. Anson, 280 ; V. Anson, 278 ; E. Patterson, 255; O. Patterson, 249 ; B; Smith, 203; M. Derri man, 193 ; F. Mcintosh, 174; M. Dalmas, v .143'; T. Griffiths,. 134; N. Heighington, . E. Kettley 109 ; I. Patterson, 107; W. Walshe, 105 ; A Rankin,' 92 ; P. Ellis, 87 ; Eva Kettley, 73 ; E. Rayworth, 69 ; O. Waterworth 64; L. Brazier, 56; Alice Peters, 55; H. Druitt, 44; B. New, 39; M. Rayworth, 35; B. Walshe, 31 ; Ruby Fletcher, 25 ; M. Baxter, 15; M. Bunker, 11; M. Gillespie^ 9 ; M. Weekes, 8 ; M. Scott, 5 ; M. Stewatfy 5; Edith Gillespie, 4 ; Iris Liggins, 4. Over £3000 is owing to tha West Maitland Municipal Council for arrears of rates. The Cobden C!u - has express d regret at the death of Sir Henry Parkes. The Victorian railway receipts for the .45 expired weeks of the current financial year, ^ show a'decltoe of £180, G1 6. . t . ;'V' .. ? r. a;','*'

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

LOCAL NOTES. The members of the Menangle Amateur Dramatic Club intend giving another per formances in the local hall on Wednesday, ' 27th inst. The pieces selected for represent ation are rt Paul P17,' and ' Never reckon ' Tour chickens,' and from the asniduous manner in which they are being rehearsed ?there is not tbe slightest doubt that another success will be scored. Tne leading roles in each piece are in the hands of our most ?capable local actors, which is a guarantee that visitors will be both surprised and entertained by the excellence of the per formance. A dance will follow, and as will be seen by reference to our advertisement columns, prices have been fixed at a low scale to meet the times, and assuredly a large audience will be present so as to encourage this young dub the members of 'which are ever ready to lend their aid in the cause of charity. A great many of our . -readers realised the excellence of the per formance of ' The Steeplechase,' or ' In the pig's skin,' ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Notes. We are again once more oft the eve of an election of an Alderman for the Municipal ^District of Camd«n, caused- by the resig nation of Mr. J. D. Rankin. Thete is to be a contest for the position ; so far there are two gentlemen nominal ed ; Mi\ Samuel Ellis, farmer, of Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, and Mr. Otho V. Coleman, outfitter, Camden. I Miv Ellis, haa in the past, been a well tried iand faithful servant of the ratepayers, and ?the duties of an alderman are well known to him, and doubtless he will receive a large merit of support from those who value his ability and his sterling points of character. ? iftlr. Ellis is an expert in road making. Mr. Otto V. Coleman is a gentleman who has identified himself largely in the de» tailed workings of those, who, in the past have offered themselves for election, and now the time has arrived when the good offices he has shown to others, should re ceive that recognition of his ability and valued services. Both gentlemen are well known a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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1ST CLASS BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

1st class boys. y F. Harris, 410; R.Harris, 407; C. Kemp, 384 ; H. Harris, 871 ; F. Hindes, 330 ; Art. Poole, 317 ; C. Parker, 268 ; W. Dalmas, 240; Alf. Poole, 220 ; W. Pateman, 157 ; H. Ellis, 146 ; Arth. Ellis, 133 ; R. Smith, 126 ; A Derriman, 121 ; W. Nethery, 93; W. Latty, 12. -

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St. John's Church Sunday School. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

St. John's Church Sunday School DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. The Sunday School children in connection with this church were entertained by their | pastor, the Rev. C. J. King, M.A., and their teachers, on Tuesday afternoon last, at the Parsonage grounds. The Rev, J. F. Russell, M.A., and the Rev. W. H. Murray were also present. The children and many visitors were supplied with cake and tea, and games were indulged m. Afterwards Mrs. Macarthur-Onslow most graceously _ pre sented each of the scholars with suitable books in accordance with their respective merits. Mrs. Onslow on presenting each book to the . scholars gave each a word of praise and encouragement. The following is the list of awards. A most pleasant - afternoon was spent in the charming grounds of the parsonage. PRIZES. 1st class boy's, first Fred Harris, second Reg. Harris. 1st class girl's, first Constance Kemt-. second M. Nethery and M. Lodge (approx : equal.) 2nd class boy's, first Leathly Smith, and Frank Poole equal. 2n...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. 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, Mny 30th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTE D. Forage Caps. 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 Sentry Duty.

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Porthcoming Engagements ? Jam den Municipal Council : — meets every alternate ; ' 'Wednesdays ab 7.30 p.m, the Council Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on T mrsdaye from 7 to 9 p.m. School op Akts, Commxttbb Meeting: — 2nd v / Tuesday in each month. Lending library - i branch, 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 'v „ 27th October 1896. ? .AtrCTioM Sales ; — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. f . » R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. The Oaks Sports: — Queen's Birthday, May 25. domination day: — for election of an Alderman, * v _ ]9th instant at noon, at the Council Chambers. Foresters' grand plaiu Fancy Dress Ball and ' ' supper at the Drill hall, Monday 25th instant ? ' ; . - ' - (Queen's birthday.) - Ball and Supper: — at' Moreton Park Thursday evening 28th instant, in aid of the funds o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

! § R: €? A' K- F A'8''f— ^'0! ^ E Rv 1 E P PS' S GR AT EFUL-^OM FORT INGi C O C O A ^OILING WATER OR MlLKv Arthur Bid^out , STEA'Mc S l&ff UttiUBs WEftOMBl. ? Hardiwood ^imlje^ of 6ver^ descri^ti'oii delivered to any part of the district at cur rent priced. ; Tongue -grooved lining and flooriiigboards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left Sit Mill, or W. C. Furner, Camden. Mtf, F. Ohowne, SURGEON DENTIST, May be donSiilted; aii Mrs. $EWJS, Sill Street,' Camden, daily. Artfficial Teeth inserted on the lrtost approved principles without the extraction of roots where : practicable. \ Decayed Teeth built up with Porcelain, Gold, -6c. j This process is most beautiful, durable, and the \ acme of cleanliness. ' Patients are guaranteed perfect satisfaction. Testlv extracted painlessly by nitrous oxide ga'SV ; &ci, ! SMITH BEOS* ; ! COACHBUILDERS St G:ENER:AL SMITHS^ &ci Afl kMs of vehicles feadean-i repaired. Horses- csrefully shod'. Wort gitaratfteed e-|uai to' a...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Camden Postal .Information, Arrivals fro£i : Cawdor — at 11.45 a. in BrowalowHill — 6 p.m. The Oaks— 6 p.in, Mount Hunter— 6 p.m Burragorang— 6p.tn : Liverpool-^-7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, -on '.'.'.Saturdays ';a't 7.52,p.m. Niirellan— li.35 a.m daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m Campbell town— ditto ditto Granville—- ditto ditto Sydney— ditto ditto Mails close k-r : f Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m The Oaks— 11.45 a.m Burrai-'orang^i 1.45 a.m Mount Hunter — 11.45 a.m, . Liverpool— 8.35 a.m daily Narellan— 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Camphelltowu— 8.35 a;m, and 2.20 p.m daily (Tianville— 8-35 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.m . One penny postage to a...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

'eelig-ious sbbvicbs. \ ? ? . » #1 - ? ^ ' Church of England. V'/v'5 J' Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev J. F. Russell ' Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C.J. King j -1 ^.'?C - Menangle — at 11 a.m, Rev C. J. King- (H.C.) i - 'Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev J. IT. ' Russell , '' - Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Rev C; J. King ' '' 'Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Lay Reader ... - Wesleyan. ^ Camden — at II a.m Rev R. Caldwell Cttmden — at 7 p m, Mr. J. Bensley r. t Cawdor — at 2.30 p;m, Rev R. Caldwell. Cawdor — at 7 p.m., Mr. W. W. Smart - , Gtlenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. F. Whiteman: . , G-lenmore — at 7 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell ? ,, *? . \ 'Westbrook — at 2 30 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley ; y Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Procter ' w -Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. G. Smart .Buxton — at 3 p.m, Mr. T. Bingham Primitive. «' Camden— at 11 am, RevR, Mowbray t Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray Bob's Range— at 3 p m, Mr. H. Doust Menaugle— at 3 p.m, liev R. Mowbray Koman Catholic. ? -Camden — Mass at 9 and 11 a.m, Evening Devotion at 7.30 ; '\...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Y ' T COSTIGaN, of Argyle Street, Camden, has « «i for 88-I0 2 new -waggonettes, and one second . !h nd -wagonetta, also 2 or .3 horso drays, spring ?0 iris new and second hand. Has also several v 16 'Ikies and 'buggies for Bale, new and second hand, j AIho sulkies and buggies in .courtie of completion, i («j C. will endeavour to suit customers !in whatever , ?uhey may require. Wheels, or bodies sejperately, j :s'.or'-aB required, or. to-order. He lias -for -sale a j ?waggon elite -suitable for any wholesale dealer, will \ icaniy 3 .tons . Erery -attention paid to alterations j .and repairs. Terms moderate. Apply fl'. Costigan, . ?Coach Builder and repairer, Argyle Street, Camden. '? W. H. McKEOWN, junr, j \W HQLESALE FRUITERERand COMMISSION AG;EN2? : 2To. 3 Corporation Buildings, j » 'HAY STREET., j .and BELMORE MARKETS, SYDNEY. ADAM C. , .0 HAL 'K. ' ELECTROPATISTE, i Cures all diseases by electricity, ,-aud can be consulted at Alliugham's Commeiseial - Hotel, Camden, \©n - WEDNES...

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H[?]appiest of all. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

g Spfiwt of all. ?^1,^-Sb ™ iima the twenty-four hours when irriV-hn fpol sr. H ^roughly satisfied ahd con done ought Jbo feel so tl ® ?.«enfe»s immediately aft^ fJ . Th/ body, rfe. Ml healthy persons do ^ we a.rtf Jj, ^ ,man& ; have A-sea met, ai , w 6ff J,d felV and rfortablef.Mrth«igh L^ehaa V ' m .had wgWfL We are . T . - m - J«UUUirTr' f £ 15n „ ' True benevolence,' V3fficg5rss%-.i,* '£v.f ! - whigh athere are -go many ?— stoi ' . .,. ' ® ? « appoint } ^aid , plague tfcheir owners, ..feeding, «©,. delightful rfco others, beco . j ' {{l javoid the necessity i of wrbich they are ' ^ .? ' ring to di^ ^h, that:is(|uite another t *'}£ *J»»® poor souls arcvShey-.who :£ay, as Miss \\ y : ; ;iu ithis letter tof ihers, -'?! was no lon^ ' . e .CQjjnted among cthose who have pleasure in v 11 in5 Far, from it. jiks 'for me & was afraid to ea ? ifekt'the need of food, of course — the weakne 93 sinking that, ^ocompatiied abstinence — but w a was-Iio do? The moment I Ate, my d...

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