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

Westbrook- ? j [From our own correspondent.] ? An accident, which may have proved 0P7V serious character, occurred to Mr. W . J enkins driving a spring cart, on 8 fc irday last . ? when near Rlr. G. Baxter's hoube, the horse shied at a piece of paper blowing about and . - became frightened ultimately backing the cart and its occupants Mr, Jenkins, Miss E, Rofe and Mrs. F. Funtiell down the steep . * bank of the Mount Hunter creek a distan' & of some 20 feet: Mrs. F' Funnell- and Mv, Jenkins managed to .escape . unhurt, Miss Rofe, however, was not: so fortunate as by some means she was held to the cart by a bag of corn and thus sustained a bad out .on the head and was also very rnu h bruised, The cart was smashed to pieces. . ? Mr. W, Richards of Mount Hunter has sold his famous race-horse J.B.C,, to & Sydney sporting gentleman who anticipates to do some good racing with it. J.B.C., has already been most successful on the turf. Rain is very badly needed, the grass and...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruit Culture. IN AND ABOUT CAMDEN [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Pruit Culture. IN AND ABOUT, CAMDEN. [By F. R. H. S.] ' ' Doubtless you have been wondering what has become of me of late, the fact is, I was ' ' obliged to leave your healthy district for a ' few weeks on business, but have now re turned and now resume my articles on ? fruit culture. I find no other district travelled over by me so good as the Camden district, your climate is so lovely ; before long certainly Camden must have a large popu- ' .v lation. I have recently paid a visits to the Werombi District. ? I consider the land in this district all that - ' ' could oe desired for agriculture and fruit ^ . growing with all the dry season ; the stand- , v;- ? ' : ing crops show the strength of the soil. . ; - ' The Werombi road in many places showing , rich volcanic and sandy loom of high - standard. Nevertheless I was certainly surprised not to have seen more fruit culti- ; vation on those lovely hills, alluvial flats and plains, splendidly adapted' foi* - fruit growing and farming....

Publication Title: Camden News
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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Cawdor [From our own Correspondent. J It is with indeed regret that I have to chronicle the serious illness of Miss Clara Smart, a daughter of Mr. Samuel Smart of Cawdor. This young lady's condition was considered so serious by the medical men whose services were requested, that they deemed it necessary that an operation should he performed. Miss Smart is a quiet, unassuming and educated young lady andhighly respected by an classes oi ttie community; much sympathy is. felt by .'J1. Matters in connection with the road« here are asrain looking up. The contractor has commenced woik on the road in front of the Public School, when finished levell ing, forming, and making a . culvert or two, it can then b^, travelled over. Mr. Doust ? ? ? will unmistakeably make a good job of ifc- d1 The roads in Cawdor require macad i mi sing | as the constant traffic cuts them tip. We have now a maintenance man, and what ' we now require is a srore, b a'-kstnith's S shop, and public hall etc,, and the p...

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

V-;^' - CAMDEN .jWyv: .Bitter, Bacon & Refrigerating Works. 1 v ? ? ? ? | ^ Jl THE MANAGEMENT DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE THAT' TEfEY ARE NO# PREPARED . ' 'TO' RECEIVE CREAM, ON ACCOUNT OP CREAMERY COMPANIES,' OR- PRIVATE PERSONS HAVING SEPARATORS. . 'FULL PARTICUIrARS AS TO TERMS FOR CHURNING; ETCl, GXN BE- OBTAINED ' AT THE WORKS. Camden, Apiil Jit,- 1896. ? ; ? ?v ' MfBraF^Jm ? IlMjlMlJl MUUM0 : I ' fOUR BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED' , Catalogue -Which explains in' »mPle language how to grow and treat all varieties of' Seeds, Fruit Trees, Plants'; 1 Bulbs, «tc. i giving' the best time for plantuigth full description- of everything is1 n 6W issued,- ? ' ! and eari be ..had Pos Free Write atones to ' CARTER & Co., Haymarket, Syd'ey. Tattersall's Monster Pirze List ' RANDWICK STAKES, 6th June.- 10,000 at S. - ' jGK AND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE- Jufy 4th. ' 5,000 at 5. OAULF1ELD CtTP,. 100,000 at £ MELBOURNE' CUP, 100,000 1 at 20; BANK.. CP- VAN DIEMAN'S LAND LOTTERY,. 20,000* at 5' f ...

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Pastures and Stock Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Pastures and Stock Protection Board : TLd directors of the above Bbardmet at *the Ma -istratea- room ill' the Picton Court whouc-e, on Friday the 15th inst. , thfe prihci '? Vi b wain 988 being the fixing of the amoiiht t)f essessment to be levied on stocky and the amount to be* paid as bonuses for the ; destine Skm of noxious animate during1 the cuW'Tit year. The following gentlemen werft pvesefit ? — Messrs J. M. Antill; W. E. Antiiij J1. E-. Moore, 0. Dunn; R. H:. Ingli^j T,M, Inglis and1 G. Bradbury. Mr. -7.- 3ST. ? Antill was unanimously elebtdtj ?chairman.- A lei ter' was- reud: from- Mr.- A. J Onflow ; 'Thompson,- regretting his inability to .attend. Mr. 0. Du-nfi reported that he and Mri J. OE. Moore had attended' the conference oheld in Sydney on December 4th, re tlie ; JDiseased Meat Act as delegates* from the plocal Board, but nothing1 definite Had as yet resulted. Mr. Dun:# also staled that' a dfopti-' taition had waited on the MiSister, request ing that the subsidy gran...

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District News Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

District News Cobbitty. (From our own Correspondent , Cobbitty Creamery paid last month at the rate of 3 5/8d per gallon for milk, there has been 20,000 gallons dreatet , at the factory, the cream is now sent to the Camden Refrigerating Works. A great number of butter kegs were sent from the factory last week to Sydney to the South Coast and West Camden Coy,

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The Bank of New South Wales [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Bknk' of New' Sotitfi; Wato The half-yearly meetiiVg of the- Bank of New South Wgil68 was held on She- l&tB/ inst. The net profits for the half-j^ar,. a ftfer deducting rebate, interest oh' deposits,, nofe' 'and other taxes (amou&titog to' ^ll,ro8), reducing valuation of premises1, proviefiiig for bad and doubtful debts, Mad' ibcliidiag recoveries from debts previously Written off, amount to d58 6,4 60 9s 8d, to wbrc& is1 t'o $e added — tJn divided balance from last half year',- £'22,048 18s, giving for distribution d&108;-509: 7% 8d, wEnch the directors recom mend to be appropriated as- follows j— To payment of dividend at the rate of & per ceht;, per annum,- £86,318' 5s ;; i-n fie rest a?t 6 per cent., to 31;st' March on capital1 paid' in advance on other than the fixed5 dates1, ;£62 2s; balance carried to profit and Idas, ! new account, £22,129 0s 8il. The' dividend ! was therefore the same as in' recent hralf years-. The Bank of New South ...

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Death of the Hon. John Davies, C.M.G., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

. Death of the Hon- John Davies, . C-M-G-, M.L.C. ? ;The Hon. Jon Davies died at his residence, Bourke-street, Surry Hills, on Saturday afternoon, in the 57th year of his age. The deceased had enjoyed perfect health. A few months since he wag seized with a severe attack of influenza, he was ill for some weeks, and although he sufficiently recovered to be able to resume his duties he never regained his old strength. On Saturday morning- Mr, Davies became unconscious and gradually sank, peacefully passing away. The deceased frequently referred with a feeling of pride to his past career, which he thought on the whole had been a useful life especially considering the fact that he had earned his own living since nine yeras of age, and had been cast on the world practically without schooling, The remains were interred in the Waverley Cemetery.

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

ANDER& SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Undter the' distinguished patronage of His Majesty tlhe King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General- for Italy afr Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics —W universities all over the Globe.. There are imitations of Eucalypti? Extract in the market, products of simple- distil&tion, forming crude reainons oils. In order that these crude- oils may not be- taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division' of ths Prussian Government to'be'of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March,. 1878, we talce : - It is proved' by tests made by the' Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and GreifswaM (Prussia), 1 and -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonny and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Med...

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Sporting Carnival at The Oaks [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

? Sporting Carnival at Tlie Oaks On Queen's Birthday, this much desired and long looked for sports and racing was '''eld, and the whole, from the beginning to the end, was an unqualified A success. The attendance-, from every part of ; the Camden electorate was large,- and most perfect unanimity prevailed- ithronghout, ^ not less than from .400 to 500 .persons availed them selves of a good day's outing. The horse CP racing was conducted in a manner equal to any Sydney race course, and added much to the credit ox those who gratiously undertook responsible duties. The handicapping of various ho.vses caused at the first a little grumbling, but, the judgment of the handicappors was pronounced perfect at the finish of the races. There was not one single hitch in the whole proceedings, and not one word of ill fealing was expressed. Mr. M. Hennessy, of Camden, was the mov ing spirit of the whole from its inception, and to his business tact and judgment the enjoyable day's racing must be gi...

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No. 2 (Camden) Company Mt Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Ho'-' 2 (Camden) Company Mi Rifles. On Saturday afternoon the competition for ;the handsome. gold medal kindly pre xfe^TBented ?? by.. Mr.v.W; Crawford^ of .91 Pitt ;- (Streetj Sydney, to the above company* took : ????'.? place at tho Macquarie -Grove Rifle Range. conditions .laid down by the donor were ;V^: v tiiat each competitor should judge his oWn :.*:itiistaace, And that the firing should be rapid. ' . ^The men shot in groups of 4, firing 5 shots - ? . 'at each' of 4 unknown ranges, and advancing from -one range to the other at the double, ivV.'i seventy seconds being allowed at each . ifiHiig point. Although both the difficulty of ' 'testimating the various ranges-, and the string ..?^x^-Wiiid .blowing, were- against high scoring, effl^ ;::!some very fair shooting was made. The 5;^- .'tti'edal was won by Sergt. R. B. Campbell, : - - with a score of 68, of which 58 was made off i J..; Uie rifle, a very creditable performance under the circumstances. Major * Onslow w&s ...

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

f Motes, .A. correspondent strongly comments 'on the Sharp practice of the local Municipal Qouncil in issuing their accounts andthreat ; . ing proceedings at same time if not paid by ? r!26th May. Several ratepayers never re ? beived their accounts until a few days before ' ' the da,te named, and some wllo received accounts actually paid and held receipts. - . Had those ratepayers who held receipts v -sallowed'... the council to sue them as ??:-:-v,threatene'd'} the rates would have, suffered .in* . law costs. Tact should have been exei-cised f n by the Council. The ratepayers are not to . .blame. for not paying night soil when no ? accounts had been sent them.'

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

Camden Municilpal Council. i A special meeting of the council was held on Friday night last. The Mayor (Alder man W; C. Ftirner) presided. The following Aldermen attended G-. F. Furner, H. Moore, C. T. Whiteman, E. F. Druitt, E. i G: Griffiths and J. Frier. ! I he Mayor on opening the proceedings stated, thatj he had called the meeting of the Aldermen to make a statement bearing oh the affairs of the council. i Alderman Griffiths asked if the matter effected any servant of the council and whether the doors should be closed to their deliberations; - The Mayor said it was not necessary to close the doors. The Mayor then stated that in accordance with instruction of the Council he had endeavoured to collect the outstanding accounts. He had received a call from the late Council Clerk asking for him to hold his hand in reference to accounts before he (The Mayor) took further steps, in order that he may refer to his pocket book, subsequently the late Council Clerk had paid to the acting C...

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Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

? Tennis Tournament-. - t On Friday afternoon last, the first rotirid in the single court handicap tennis tourna;. ? Jxient in connection with the Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club was commenced in the Presence of several ladies and gentlemen. Some good play took place, notably in the ? ? 'contest between Mr. Hughes an'd Mr. F. ? Barterj who volleyed in a brilliant manner. m f The veteran tennis player, Mr. F. Barter, k- : ! ; {completely overmatched his opponent, and if m plays his future matches, in anything like form, will have an excellent show of ' i - ;f , Winning the tournament. Mr. Cowper and S , Master A. Barter played two sets, and were : 'exactly even ; and as the light was bad, it f i Was decided to finish the remaining set the v v ?? following week. s; . On Queen's Birthday, Messrs Devliil and i . King, Dr. Morton and Mr. Peatej and * : ,? . Messrs Curran and Doust played off their fcounds. ^ Results as follows : — av F. Barter, 30, v. A. J. Bayley 1 game afcd ?&: : ...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

(To the Editor,) Dear Sir, — May I through your columns -call attention to the dangerous ha,bit of many people pf driving without, lamps on dark nights. Surely there ought to be a : Municipal By-law regarding this 1 To ner- I voue drivers, like myself, it is a great shock t suddenly to charge into a vehicle coming in the opposite direction, which could easily 0be avoided if we all were obliged to carry i lamps, and have them lighted at least two miles out of the town. Thanking you in anticipation. I am Sir, Yours etc. CECIL J, KING. St. John's, Camden. May 20th 1896.

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

? AS THE FOOD IS ASSIMILATED; The volume of blood ir-cmasea, and it beoomes a rich nutriment of nerve and. muscular, tissue. Wolfe's Schnapps aids assimilation.

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

Correspondence, j . ? ! It mud le distinctly understood that we do , not endorse the opinions of our correspondents , although we are glad io publish letters.

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 May 1896

LOCAL BOTES The Camden Council met last evening, ?and d'd not terminate until II 30. All the aldermen were present. The proceedings mainly consisted in going through the names .of those who had not paid their rates and the N. P. A. accounts, preparatory to sum '? -monses being issued . During the proceed ings the council adjourned for fifteen minutes when the public were requested to withdraw,? during the interval a communication was road; from Mr. F, R. Cowper. Solicitor, on j the matter of finance etc., the contents of ?this letter were not divulged to the public. ' It was deeided fo inform those who had dis puted their accounts of the decision of the I council. No other business was fcr-ansacted. j The question of the appointment of the I ?council cleric was held over to the next fort- | nightly meeting of the council. | Mr. Wragge predicts, cloudy, with fogs, I ?scattered rain in the south and more frosts. I We are. sorry to report that the youngest | -son (Neville) of Mr. E. G....

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

E s m a l l,::; (&ate ifekes and Small) FAMli-7 BUTCHER, v. ;[ 4 && Stk-kt^ -C & ii ii tit Tile business whifeii has iriefc witli so' miicli siid fcoss iii ihq.ftast, iviil for the fntiiro be fiblely con i duutfcd by 35. Small, ofie of the proprietors of the tnisiitenx, and He tr'uSis that by hie.eiperience aiid judgment, and providing the best of every class o ineat tb £r&iii incren^ed support from thfe teBidte'nts of Camden and disttibt. Y^OMS ^ : Argyll! Stfeot; Camden. ? ' & W./GLElVfiLASD, \ (fAtfi: H; Li Davis) ' kONttMteNTAti and GENERAL MASON Mbhumfents in Marble* Gr'fthite, Or Freetaone; Over SOi) difForSht. dSsigils to select frdm-. Cafit and Wrought, Iron Tomb ItailiiigS; IsNAftfcijbED ' jPRJEBBTbtffe A s jpECJt All Old StoneS fefcovated and inscriptions but iii ilny Ceiiietery. R; Hi IlSIU-lS AtJC TiONEEit-, ^ tittfe'eiSj CATiBE i.5D sA±e§&An, Weeiiy B&ieS held JeVery ISiCa'day dt CAMDEN afad every Wednesday...

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

Breveties. A violent scene occurred in the dock at the Old Bailey, London, when the! two Mu^well Lodge murderers were sentenced to death. JWler sprang at his fellow-prisoner in the .do,ck and attempted to murder him. The warder rushed iiuio the dock, and Fowler who Js a very powerful man, fought seven; of tliem desperately, . but was eventually overcome. Doctors now say that boiled cow's milk jis not so good for babies as raw. Mr. J. McGlynn, of the Mittagong Express, talks of removing to Campbelltown &t the end of the month. An effort is being made to raise the price of bread in Sydney to 3d per 21b loaf. * The fig trees at Minto are being attacked % & grub which devo. u ail the foliage. And portions of the bark, in some case ring barking the treos. The steamer Byron on Sunday foundered near Newcastle, the heavy seas having found their way on board and extinguished the fires. All hands were saved by the flif-eboat. The schooner Condong and the barquen tine Karoola w...

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