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Camden Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Camden Municipal Eleotiori . .Tuesday last was the day appointed to receive the nominations of those gentlemen who seek Municipal honors. There' was a fair attendance of ratepayers. The returning officer Alderman Gr-. F. Furner, presided. The presiding officer then read the announcement in The Camden News, and stated that in response he had received two nominations; viz :— Mr. Samuel Ellis, farmer, of Camden* nominated by Mr. C . A. Thompson^ Mr. W: Whiteman, and Mr.- A; Stuckey. ; Mr. Otto Yigars Coleman, outfitter, of Argyle Street, Camden, nominated , by Mr.^ E: G. Grriffiths, Dr. Morton, and Mr.- J. D. Rankin. : \ ' The Returning1 . Officer then notified the electors that there being a greater number of Candidates than the number of Aldermen to be elected, a poll will be taken at the Council Chambers on Friday the 22nd irist., commencing at 8 o'clock a.m., tod closing at 8- o'clock p.m. . , ' The Returning Officer then stated that the candidates nominated could addfess ' the mee...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Notes. As will be seen from the various reports] ; of meetings of dairymen, and farmers gener- I ally which have appeared in our.issue from time to time, that, the attendance of those directly interested in the welfare of the dairying and farming pursuits; have been : most meagre, and in point of fact, practically very little interest' is taken-in the proceedings ?v. by th(?se;particala,ry interested. The' dairy men of this district litfve no, pacific line, j ? ... adapted to reconcile differences, 'to follow, i ~ and there is no . leader who' hag given that t. ? matured consideration to the question of i ? .the Milk Supply that the . subject -demands. ► The i deliberations- - of the: producers v of ( milk at such meetings practically beat about - ? the -bush without - hitting the-, mark, .and' -i reinind us of the .man who walked.. . a round . j »vj' -the parish to , find the s Ghurch.: ? The -whole 1 Uf- 'question of the Milk'Supply and the adequate ; ?????'? remuneration given to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Plough & Harrow Inn. : ARG-YL® STREET, OAMDEH, M, L. HEN NESS Y Hating taken the above' Hoflel1 from' Mr.- W H ' McDonald', trusts with oiviliiJy and'' cleanliness com i bined, to receive a fair sba/re of public patronage. Biaot brand of Wines,' Rum, Whifckey,- Brands &o., only kept. BOARD AND RESIDENCE; ; Mealff- at all1 hours\ First-class atabliihg,. &e ; CSAEffaf MoDEftAftf. Champaign' always in Stocfe.- i i B X* _£I IT ! Commercial j Hotel.: GAM&EK. j B. Allingliam (Late Mrs. French.) Tbis first-class Eamily Hotel, replete wi6h every ; - possible convenience,, and with moderate terms, will j in fwt we be conducted in' such' a' manner' a# to en- ? sure the comfort of every visitor. Ohly the best of ' everything kept ib stock.- A trial; is- respecSMly . i solicited, . Commesciai' Travellers and Visitors to- Ca'tad^a T*ill : - j find- every home' comfort. * ; tflRST CLASS ff&BliEl ; Th& Ba*fe replete with the 'best brands of Wines ( '...

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Carrington Convalescent Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Carrington Convalescent Hospital. On Friday evening last, the- 15th insfc., aa announced, the committee, stall holders and others interested in the recently held fancy ???-, fair, met at the hospital for the express pur pose of handing over the proceeds of the - bazaar. There was a very large attendance, On arrival at the hospital, the visitors were 'courteously received by the Matron and Mr. E. R. Deas Thompson, the honor ary secretary oi the, hospital. .A. few gentlemen of the committee had arranged an impvompcu concert or entertainment* which was held in the spacious dining room of the hospital, at which the inmates had assembled to the number of about 90. There was no lack of willing hands to make the entertainment a feature of pleasure and gladness, and the whole . proceedings noti only gave pleasure to the patients, but to the visitors, assembled^ To the hospital patients the committee were greatly in debted. The .programme consisted of an overturejjy Miss Campbell (a patient)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

- ''^ILIN.G . IN ?'; STOREY : ;;. WEATHER j. : v l Is very different from sailing on summer seas. For '??? }vsaa-sickneag it would bo.'vyell.to.hp.ye on hand % stock - of Wolfe's Schnapps. j At the. annual meeting. of.the Bank of New1 Wales on Tuesday, it vyas stated that )Ttiiere was qn increase in deposits for the year v y of £1, 27 1,000 About £5,000,000 will he expended on:the , ceremonies in connection with the Czar's co.r onation; Thousands of .political prisoners , .will be amnestied and that the flogging of criminals wili.be abolished, Mr. Roid states that there is adsolutely. no ?; -iioundatiou for rumours that were circulated .in Sydney to tho efidc.fc, that. one or possibly ' .ttwo members of the Cabinet would shprtly . resign. ? It is stated that the1 Attorneys-General does . ??.'not intend to take'' any further proceedings in v the case of Regina v Meagher. J \ ?????' ^ ? 'T^J OTICE. — Horses, taken for a^stpient , on river Jl\ 'flats,. one shilling per wflgk.x Apply W....

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

ITarellan [From our own ooRKESPOivrDENT.'] The late rains were gladly welcomed., by 1 all classes, as not only was water for stock i becoming scarce, but swater for .domestic 1 ? v.- ' -???.?? ?' ???;' ?? ? l uge also,' .and ev:en no w much ^ more' ia iiie^a,ed' to fill dams and wafcerholes. X mentioned a few weeks , back) t*iat ilfer© r* _ was a fair prospect of the Water ami Spwer oge laying .down a supply from the Kenny , , Hill canal to Narellan, a petition prating ,. that the above might be done, was ser^ to the Board some days back .with. the result , ^ that Boards' Surveyors are now hero survey ing the proposed route, which would- ha. vto.v',--^*. follow the road from the. canal to-the Camden Mijtiifiipdl boundary the distance beiug-thpeQ miles and a few chains.. The next step^ ' ; after the surveying ia completed is th-.it tho - -? Board of Water Supply an.d Sewerage' will . send up their Assessor ' to 'nswss the vaiious j . properties so as to find out the rev nue' - ^ deri...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

v The Oaks .[From que. own Correspondent.] ? The Oaks school ot Arts debating and Mutual Advancement Association held their fourth meeting of the present session in the reading room of the School of Arts on' Friday last, '' That the use of labour saving maG.hinery'v'is'.;io.;''tlii.6-v:best interests of the colony. ' The debate was opened by Mr. A. Y. Moore ^n the affirmative and replied to by Mr. Devitt. After some good speeches on both sides and the replies;by the leaders, i a show of hands was taken, machiney being held in favour by a majority oi 4 votes. A public debate will- take place on Friday next in the hall of. the School of Arts, the subject being, '.{,? Is the land tax ot the present Government beneficial to the colony.' The public are cordially invited to attend, as it will be moonlight § fair audience is expected./ ?

Publication Title: Camden News
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Cricket, Lawn Tennis and other Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Oriokot, Lawn Tennis and other Sporty. Graham has recovered from his attack of ; ; v acute rhjeumatism, and has left the Hospital. : . J. Harry, the Melbourne cricketer, has been - : , engaged by the M orylebone(London) Giiokefe ? Club as one ot the ground men at Lord;s.'' Mr, Stoddart has agreed -to bring another : Eugltsh cricket team to Australia in the aut- ; - ? ; umn of 1897. The following are the handicaps for the Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club Tourna- -,- ment which starts on Friday afternoon next 22nd instant. Dr. Moreton, W. H. . , Hughes, O. J. King, scratch j . W. R„ Cowper, A. E. Devlin, G. Barter, 15; J. ? w;; Peat, A. Barter, £ 80; F. Barter A. J. Doust, 30 ; A. J. Bayley, 30 and 1 game; J. Curran, 30 and. 2 games ; S. Proctor, 30 . . ? and 3 games. The draw for the first round -'. is as follows. Hughes -y. G. Barter, Dr. ' T Moreton v. Peat, Cowpni' v. A. Barter, F. 1 Barter v. Bayley, A. J. Doust v. Ourraqj-.-.'.--;..:^ King v Devlin, Procter a bye. Abel the Surry pro...

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Commercial [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Oommeroi^l - ' \ - W, Inglis and Sons of Sydney, report t-^e following prices for tarm and dairy produce. Prime Oaten Hay, per cvst., 5s, 3d to ^s tid j -Prime Oaten Chaff, 4s 9 1 to 5s £d; Lucrue Hay 2s 9d to 3s 3d ; Maize 2« 0d to 2-- 2d per busholj Wheat, os Od t,o 3s 9d; Sucking pig;s 4* 6d to 6s 0d each; Cock Tuikyys 6s 9d to '7s 6d per.pair ; -.-Hen -Turkeys- na to ,5s Od ; Geese 3s 4d to 3s 1 0d j Ducks 3s 9d to -4s 3d ; Fowls 2b 3d to 3s 6d ; Fa(;t.ory Butter lid to Is ; Dairy Bntter lO^d to lid y Pas, Dry Butter 8-^-d to 9d;Eggs Is, 3d to is 6d per^ dozen ; Bacon 6d to 7d per ib ) , . ? Cheese 3d to 4d. Milch Cows. — There was a very large number forward, values ,? v - were hardly equal to last week/ W« sold, : : rv milch cows from £2 1 7s 6d to £10,. dry cows . 12s (Jd to £2, fat cows from £2 10s tQ £4 17s 6d.' Calves.— 1 here was a 1^,;:^'^ :,v, supply and-, high - prices .were- fairly m^nir\^ ; v r.ained for' prime quality, osher sorts .were.,:,. „?;- lower, prices from ...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES.; Monday,- May 25tJi-At 11 A.M., REVIEW ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Hats, Fue-de-joie. Saturday, May 30th — AT 2 P.jM., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. ForageCaps. Outposts. Saturday, June 13th* — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED, ifarage Caps, Field Firing. Saturday, June ' 27 th — AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Forage Caps. .Guard nd Sentry Duty. . . ,

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Forthcoming Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Forthcoming 'Engagements- ? * - ? Camden Municipal Council meets ever.y alternate * - - Wednesdays at 7.30 p.m, the Couucil Clerk is in ' - attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. - t School '?of* Abts, Committee Meeting .—2nd ' ' Tuesday in each niontlj. Lending library1 ' . , branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 v to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be '* : '? ? hold at' Campbelltown oi* the 27th 'October ' 1896- , ' , ' Auction- Salf,s :— Of horses, cattle', pigs, produce, i ' . 1 ^0., every Tuesday, fiom 1.30 p.m., at Mr. 'i ? ? n, K. Inglis' Sale Yards,, Cumden. - w - ? ? The O.ikh Sports Queen's Birthday, May 25. , - Fo're^tei'o' gVancl plain Faiicy Dress Ball and , \ s supper at tho Drill hall. Monday 2oth instaut ' CQpeen'b birthday.) ''.V-'V-A .-Ball 'and Suppor at Moreton Park Thursday , - ' « v, eveuiftg June 1, - in aid of the funds of * 1 , ?'. ! ' , ' -5 the 'PouglaK l'ark C. 0. Mjen...

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District News Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

District News ? Menangle. .{From our own Correspondent . l iwould again remind yo.ur readers that the 'Menangle Amateur Dramatic club give_ a performance on the 27th inst. in the local hall, end that the members are : making every effort to give their patrons a first class entertainment . A dance will follow, the /charges for admission have been ^xed at a low rate, as will be seen by reference , to y.qjir advertising .-Golizmp. About an inch of rain has fallen during the 'iveek, and^ ^it \yas badly wanted.- The weather is still dull and there is every ?appearance of another downfall before long. Referring ; to a. paragraph in y.our news column re the right of holding the booth at the Moreton Park races on the ,30th -inst., the information was supplied me by Mr. P. Maher of Douglas Park, one of the pro minent officials of the meeting. It is to be hoped that the d, ay will be. fine and that Mr. Allingham will .prove his venture a pecuniary success. Numerous entries for the different e...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

. LOCAV NOTES. - ? A special meeting of the Camden Council was held last evening (Wednesday) for the pi^rpose of receiving tenders for the various works required in the Municipality. There ypa8 a full attendance. The following were the successful tenderers : — About 150 yardtf of blue-grey metal for the Carrington road, Mr. J. Gomyins. at 4s :6d. About 340 yards of blue-grey metal in tenders of 170 yards each, for the Main Southern Road, Mr. C. Clissold at 9s 7d. About 30 yards of blue grey metal for the Menaggle road, Mr. C. Clissold, at 7s. About 150 yards of blue-grey metal for The Oaks road, Mr; J. Comyins, 4s. Cutting a large drain on Main Southern road, between ..t^e cemetery and Sheather's lane', Mr. John Cranfield for £35. For taking up, breaking, and relaying ' metal, both sides of- the bridgeB neat-; Sheather's lane. Mr. John Comyins, £51. ~ For forming and metalling about 7 -.chains on The Oaks Road, Mr. C. ClissQlcl; ' Miss Florence Stanley, daughter of the lic ensee of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Bayley's Euca lyptus. .and Cherry. Pectoral, r T&0 best remedy for Coughs, Colds Influenaa, Bronchitis, etc. Befuse imitations. , ; $ TO BE OBTAINED FROM J ? OllGlUlSX'j AND ALL STORELEIERS. 1 4 V ' V' ' .... . (f „ , ' :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

: . * ? ? ... : : : ; — ; ? ? WILL FORMS and other documents can be j purchased at 'The Camden News Office. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

' . A - LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE ! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST. Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPER. competition; BOOK PRIZES DURING 1S95. -Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS | — as per list — can obtain them by sending to Levjsr Bros.,' Ltd., 232 Glarence^street, Sydney, SUN' LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post 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 1 whole wrappers. Half-cloth and Paper Cardboard. Covers SO Sunlight Wrappers 1 Book or 2 Books | ? 90 Sunlight Wrappers 2 Books or 4 Books 1 35 Sunlight Wrappers 3 Books or 6 Books 180 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday-school Teachers may form ' Book Clubs,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LIFE BUOY SOAP WRAPPERS soon form a schoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

v . 1VT OTICE. — Horses taken for agistment on rive flats, one philling .per week. Apply W. J ' - 'Cranfield, Mitchell Street, Camden. ? / ? — ? SOCIABLE for sale, in good order. 2?rice £8 1 Os. I] orace Doust, Camden . - ' ''jpO LET By tender, 100 acres good farming1 * * land, known as Lacy Flat. Tenders' , to close lOib June. Apply E. A. Gorman, Burragorang. ,| ST — On May 16, on road between Camden .J and The Oaks',. or in Camden, Gold- Scarf Pin, . in design two horse shoes caught through, one set r 111 pearls, one ;in brilliants. Finder will be re garded on leaving same at The Camden News Qffiee ; Department o&Public Works, ' ' Sydney, 18th May, 1896. : ATTENTION is directed to Gazette notice in viting Tenders for Erection of LOW LEVEL - 'TIMBER BEAM BRIDGE over MOLLE'S MAIN 'GULLY, Great Southern Road ^(Liverpool to v ?- fCamden). Tenders will be received .up to the 10th jJune, 1896. _i993. j. ,h. t^ung. ^ M;R^ y J&SREM, Teaoher of -Singing and Vqi^g Production...

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Bringelly. [From our' own Correspondent.] There has not been much to chronicle since my last. ? It would take Mark Twain all he knew to do so. The improvement, to our roads are being carried out, the reconstruction of 'Ameri- can Johnny's Bridge' on the Liverpoo road is in full swing. The weather is very cold, and everything # J in general is beginning to wear a wintry appearance. We have experienced one or two sharp frosts on the flats. On Queens Birthday the chief attraction here was a public picnic, and an entertain ment. The picnic was held in Mr. Pearce's paddock. The usual games were indulged in, and not a hitch occurred to mar the pleasure of the day. After tea' had been partaken of an adjournment was made to a building (kindly lent by Mr. C. Mcintosh, storekeeper) in which the concert was held, The performance opened with a duet 'The Hen Convention' by Messrs Clements and Steed, which was duly appreciated. A recitation by Master M. Steed, was excellently rendered. Next came ...

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Municipal District of Camden. Election of an Alderman [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

. Municipal District of Camden, -' ..Election of an Alderman. Friday of last week the contest for the vacancy in this council took place. Mr. S. Ellis and Mr. O. V. Coleman were the con testants. There was not much interest manifested by the ratepayers in the pro ceedings, 'but, the friends of the two candid ates as well as the candidates themselves were at the Council Chambers throughout the day. At three o'clock, the closing hour of the poll, the Returning Officer, Alderman G. F. Furner announced the following 'PPQlllf 0. V. Coleman 150 S. Ellis ' 87 Informal 2 On Saturday at noon the Returning Officer made his official declaration at the Council Chambers when the above result was confirmed, and he duly announced Mr. O. V. Coleman elected to the position of Alderman. No interest whatever was manifested. in the proceedings by the ratepayers. Mr. Ellis was not present at the declaration. Mr.- O. V-. Coleman in returning thanks to the ratepayers, thanked them for the honour conferred...

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