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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

?. Church Services ' ® owcracu OF ENGLAND. Cobbitty —at 11 ' ' at 3 ? f Nli-jIIuq — at 7 ^ Rev G- H Allnutt. Camden — at 11 a m, Rev F. W. Reeve, (hc) Camden — at 2.30 p. m, P.ev J, F. Russell. Child fen's Mission Service. £ Camden— At 7 30, Rev P. W. Reeve Werombi— at 3 SO pim'Mr J. Lakeman Menangle— at 11 pm, Rev J' F Busse11 , Theresa Park — at 3 Rev F. W. Reeve, (h 6) W-iI?jJ-iYAN. Gamde.? —;it. ,11 K-m, Elev W W Rudedge j Camden — t 7 p m, Rev W W Rutledge i Cawdor — \t 2 30 p m, Rev vV W Rutledge i Gleiuttore — at 11 r, rn, .'-'r B Procter i Gleuaioi-e— at 6 SO p m, Mr J E N'oore ;? 'i Westbvook— K.t 2 30 p in, Mr W Smart Futon— -at 3 p m, Mr Bingham * ; - Cftuipbelitown— at 3 p m, Mr J Bensley . ; PRIMITIVE CHURCH. Camden— at 11 am, Rev R Mowbray Camden — at 7 pm Rev R Mowbray Mft'iangie— at 3 Rev It Mowbray ? JSringelly— at 11 a.m, Mr H l)oust r Bob's Ran^e — at Spin, Supply Mini ? —at 7 p,m, Rev J Ashmead CaTK'OL'C ClIUECII .?.Caruden — Mans at 9 and 11- Evening devotions a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

WANTED — By expe-.ienced D k/ Faimer, f.'Oa tVe#' /wot 'v.uilct, having ex cellent tes.-troi '&JB aj£V x to oai y about . 100 cow, 3 or over, tc share system. Apply at ilie 11 Caii'den |few^©fflce. Jo . c oTTn growers. I am a CASE BUYER of prime maize to any quantity. E. CROSS, Narellan Stores. _ o T ? I C 13. Any person or persou* 'found -tare&ps^VTj. on Ot.'eK in E3t*te will be prosecuted. All dogs will be destroyed. If 0 T I C ' E ANY STRAY CATTLE found on the Kirkham Estate will be impounded. ? H. McKELLAR' ELECTORS pF' CAMDEN. YOljj Olil^ElIlND, ef OHN {MWb IS LqAXS A OANB«)ATB, AND SOLICITS YOUli 1 ? ' : . Vote & Influence. ' . . - j. -a- ???; ? HE IS THE K Farmers' Friend ! TTT' ILL Forms and Batchers' Slaughter Books Tl for sale at The Camden News Ofhce, IMPOUNDED at Camden on the 9th day of July, from Brownlow Hill, by F. W. A. Downes, Eaq:— 1 red or yellow cow, like B C over 3? C near rump. About 4 years; ^ 1 strawt|rry roan cow,#ke 8 in circle, off...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

BREVITIES. ? N-ooaiaation Day for Camden electorate. Mr Barton is expected to speak in Camden (to-morrow (Saturday) in support of Mr. Kidd. The Philharmonic Society's next enter tainment has been fixed for Friday, August 2nd. „ Mr. John Lakeman, killed! a fair-sized black snake whilst coining to town the other day. - / Sir William Vernon-Harcourt was de feated for Derby in the recent Eoglish elections. . ;? , Mr. Joseph Chamberlain was re-elected for West Birmingham by a majority of 4,200 votes, Mr. C- Bull spoke at Cawdor; Westbrotok And the Oaks on Tuesday last, and had a t satisfactory meeting at each place. ||Mr. Kidd addressed meetings of the ? electors at the Oaks and Westbrouk' on Thursday, and wais well' received at both places. The Abbotsford Lodge No, 217 Free masons, will hold their annual ball in the Drill Hall; Camden, on Friday night, 30th , August, The British elections are just over The (Conservative party ^(including the Liberal . Unionists) secured 270 seats, the L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

B A N U M A: IT ia made from the . . ENTIRE GRAIN OF 'WHEAT. It ia a com NATURAL FOOD , , , and an absolutely . r ',t CERTAIN CURE FOR INDIGESTION - - i , ( , used as a porridge Meal. , ? Ask your Grocer tor a 41b Pack r ' ? ?-!.%. i ; ? JAMES INGLIS and CO., Sole Agents. THE - - ?''Best ? LBwnwiitf* Way vji.'., , .. IS TO SEND ? YOOT OBSERS ?*' '? TO ; ANTHONY L'H0RDERN'&j J r . . i .. ?' ? UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, HAYMARKE? (only) ... ? SYDNEY. ? ' ,-'Xt [ ;? .r.iYQU have 7 ' 4 OUR CAfALBBMlE. , ' ' , 0F COURSE?; : ! If not, send for one. It costs nothing, and will help « ; - . you wonderfully. V-SOAF, SOAP, SOAP. ? d-olden Fleece, ; Manufactured only by, the Australian Soap, and . Candle Wokks, Camperdowu, near Sydney. -, . ^ PURE AND PERFUMED* 41b BAR.' Is. ' The Australian Soap, Company* 'commends this ' brand; Possessing' all the ingredients for Wa'sbirig'' ??fuv'Bleaching,' and Jferfumingj ^?without^injuring the ..t texture of. .Clothing ^sent , to. the. Laundry, ;? Each ...

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Mr. Bull at Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Mr. Bull at Camden Mr. Chas. I$i-H delivered his second address in Camden on Thursday night, in the School of Arts, ? and despite the inclemency of the weather there was p large audience. Alderman Jas. Ifoakes (Mayor) yaa moved to. the chair. Mr. Bull delivered a yigorous speech. He repu diated the insinuations of the Picton paper that he had cast aspersions on Mr. and Mrs. I£idd. He never dreamed of that good lady and gentleman when he said in his Ficton address that he never turned a beggar away from his door. Mr. ^ Bull went fully into the Land tax. He pointed ^ out in emphatic language that the proposed tax on unimproved value would be on the bare value of the land after it had been relieved of all conveniences, improvements and easements. Exemption woird be allowed up to £475, and the tax would be im posed only on what a man owned over and above that., Appraisement would be made by the fair and equitable mode of arbitration. They must bear in mind that the land tax was not yet ...

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Banquet To Mr W. Inglis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Banquet To Mr W- Inglis ? Last Wednesday evening a complimentary banquet tendered to Mr. William Inglis, sen., by his numerous friends, at the Railway Auction Rooms, No. 827 George street, Sydney. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Kidd, and about 200 persons sat down to an excellent repast. During the course of . the evening a handsomely-illuminated address, expressing the esteem in which the recipient is held, was presented to Mr. Inglis. A comprehensive toast list was gone through, the principal toast being ' Our Guest,' proposed by the chairman, supported by Mr.. John Lakeman (Camden), George Wells, Fi A. M'Kenz'e, Charles Dunn (Picton), and Alderman John Navin, and suitably acknowledged by Mr,( Inglis.

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

LOCAL :motes- 'Now, more tlian over, we feel the want watdi' supply A wise old eaw hath it1(that ' Experience teaches fools,' We don't mean to infer that the aldermen, or the ratepayers are fools in the literal accept - arice of the term, but we do say that they Will pursue a very foolish and short sighted policy if thoy do not profit by the experi ence of this unpreoe&Hhted dry season. ? The river water at tie spot whence the town supply comes is stagnant and brackish, ? ? a.nd if the people who consume it saw it through a strong magnifying lens they Would come to the conclusion that there is - more than a modicum of truth in the. remark ' ^ We heard the other day — ' why, you could y eat the stuff with a knife and fork. The severity of the present winter may - .b© judged from the fact that the river was frozen over at different places during last Week. At Douglas Park and Menang'le children were observed running about on . the ice. At Camden Park a large lagoon v / was fro...

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The Ballot. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

The Ballot. Vi.r.'.'WH^T do you think a vbfce is for? ... v; SometliiiiEf to Sell for a. lollar or more ? : ' ^offlething to cast, as you're told to do ? ; v. :'';';v:'Sr-iiietHing to give to thti wealthy few , ?, ' V That are only as one to ten of you 1 . What do you think a vote is for ? _ ? ? To demand, to comiipand — not to implore ! .- Some thing to use in ydur manhood's might !.??., ?????.??Sotoe thing to oast for the cause of right !-, v. Something to handle with clean strong hands ! , , Sdmething to emphasise your demands ! ? ? Then use the ballot and end your woes 'V'ote lor your friends, and not for your foes; , ? Grapple your bibhright fast to your souls J . . , ? , Victory's yours when you guard the polls* /..????To see that the count was fairly made, ; ? T/) see that the laws shall be obeyed. _ ? - , ? - : -Victory's yours when you're not afraid ? ;; ,v ? To staild by Justice, 1 . . , x . : - , . To strike for 'Right; . ^ ?-?'?-?i.-'' u To change the proverb, . , . ? , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoal, ; , ;I-1 l-/.,;,,,';''''- . . ? .v. ?? ? ISV'X'XH'B '-\BEST, KEMEDY FOB COpGHS, CO, CDS, INFI.UEHZA, BRONCHITIS, HOABSNBSS, & e. . 'la' 6d/ 'AMD ,'8»- jjfl'. ?' ? ';K' ? -k -WO

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Cobbitty: [fE03£ OUE OWN COBEEBPOltoENT.l . AJderman Griffiths addressed a meeting'' of the electors at Cobbitty on Friday week, and had a good reception. He advocated the abolition of the Dibbs' Customs duties, and was strongly in favor of the taxation proposals of the Government; He also was in favor of the, reform of the Upper House, as laid down by the Premier, federation of - the colonies on a democratic basis, a liberal measure for settling the neonle on the land.' 1 O J. £* ? '7 77' ; Local Government, and the extention of the ? ^ franchise to' women. At the close, all those : -.;,i present enrolled themselves on the com mittee, to secure Mr. Griffith's return. Mr, ^ Griffiths has since retired. ^ .Ice has been plentiful of late. In stag- t) nant pools in the river in shady spots, the ' water has been frozen over all day. / One of the wheels of Mr. Wilkinson's- ' wood-dray collapsed as he was passing through here the other day. He had on about 30 ewt of wood at the time, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT tinder the dist'inguisthed patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as- per' communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1KR9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ..jz'ul universities 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 the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take : — It is proved by tests made by the. Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phaiv: macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical...

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How the Land and Income Tax will affect the Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

How tlie Land and Inoome Tax will affect th® Farmers. ; JBy Wiliiaji Epps,] Se cretary National Association of New South Wales Prior to the 'last elections, and . during the recent session of Parliament, strenuous efforts were made to impress the farming population of New South Wales l( and consequently those dependent upon them for a livelihood ) with the great advantage which they would gain by the imposition of a land tax. But little was said on the subject of an income tax, for the reason probable that it was recognised that but few of the farming class at the present time have much in the way of income to pay a tax upon. As to the land tax, however, some gross misrepre sentations were made, and it is the purpose oi this artiole to show how the faxmers and land owners generally were deceived into believing that they would benefit, and how they will really suffer. The character of some of the misrepresentations on this subject may be judged from the fact that in one issue of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Washing- Day made easy by using Red Cbo^TB soap. 6d and Is bars. ^

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Camden Municipal Gounoit The Tisual fortniglitly meeting oi this .Council ; was held on Wednesday: evening. There were; present the Worshipful the Mayor (Alderman Jas. Noakes), and Alderman W. C. Furner, H. P.. I .Reeves, j. D. Rankin, G. F. Furner, G. W. '? Cleveland, and J. Frier. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Alderman Frierfe motion 'That. -250-yards of metal be procured for the main «outh r road' ' was withdrawn. ? Alderman Frier moved ' That the Works Com anibi.ee be called upon to report on the road leading from Murray-street to Menangle Road,'-' and stated ?that road was in a wretched state and almost im possible to pass over, and most; dangerous to any iclassf of traffic. He considered that as the rate payers paid the ratefi they were entitled to the first ?consideration, and that the road should be at least ! an ide passable, The Mayor stated that lis attention had been .directed to (the matter, and that he had already had the trees taken out,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Washing: done in' half 'the time by using Bed Gross Soap. 6d;and Is bars. All Storekeepers -Vote;' for I \ ?-?. ?; ** - ' i -*? ? ,* ;v '?* ' ? ' THE Camden ; .Mews; BY„ ASKING' YOUR FRIENDS TO SUBSCRIBE. Oa PEE &UABTER 9ft IN ADVANCE or 2s 6d if booked. Jj B G A L. M B. COPPER, 1 \ ' ' SbllOITOB, &C., . ^ 19,. (First-Floor) Post Office Chambers, , „ , ; 114/ Pitt Street, Sydney. ^R. M. M. D'ARCY-IRVINE, B.A- v Atslvrney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, , ' , , &c., &G., will visit Camden every Tuesday, and may ^ be consulted at Ifcooms next to Mr. Noakes', Camden. ' , ' ^ 111 ' K Lands. Work transacted. Land ; 'Boards ? : and all other Courts attended where re- , tained. r ' Address by letter or telegram, Macquarie , ' ; ' Street, Liverpool. J, _= . ( V ^ Je' . ; k1 e m' ,p, 'j/.' i - i'- v f - . 'uv-- lli n --?' &%-'£'- ARCHITECT, , * ' 1 '' ' V'' -? - « -- ?-* f -?- 156' P I T'T - fi'r e^e'e T, '-S y D N E*y|' ' If ' Vv v-t- v , ,,t r^-; .ft, ^ Lat...

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Guide To Electors. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Guide To Electors ; No man can Vote without producing his Elector's Right at the Poll. To vote, a man must have his name on the Electoral Roll for the Electorate for which be holds a right, and must still reside in that Electorate. A man is entitled to an Elector's Right, who, being natural horn or naturalized, has for twelve months had bis principal abode, jfti 'the Colony, and in the Electorate for which he applies,' ( ir at least three months before the day lie applies. - Personal application for an Elector's Kight: to the Regrstrar of the Electorate in which the Elector is living is imperative. A Right- is issued to an Elector duly qualified, as above, who has never had one previously. A Transrerred Right is issued to an Elector who has changed his place of resi dence from one Electorate to another after he has resided in the latter three moniln. 'Before a Transferred Riyht can be issued the right previously held inust be stir rendered to the Registrar of the new district. Jf a ...

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Correspondence. Mr. Reid's Taxation Proposals. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Correspondence. Mr- Md's Taxation Proposals. ? , I (To the Editor.) Sir — Knowirn; that your Valuable columns are open for expressions of opinion from all sides about' the coming election, i venture to pen this letter in1 the hope that it may place before your many readers, in a clearer 1'ght, one of the chief issues they are called upon to support, or otherwise. I rete/ to the Lr,»d Tax. 1 may be^in by stating 'tfi'fVu Iam r, film be'^ever both in Freetrade and DIveci: T? KP.t'o'j oi Ii^omea and Laid, but X. shall ejrteAvour to show that tbe La id tax as submitted 'ty tlie Prerpiei' is not on'y u jjuut to one particular cVss, but also will prove injurious to- the com UHnLcv at Ifti'ae.' ' ae great difficulty, in this eastern portion of the colony, deal:ng with it, is its extreme vagueness. We are to'd that a penry in the £ on the ' unimproved v&!ue' of the laud is to be im posed, buo what that unimproved, value may be, o'-.how we are to practically estimate it, , is le*t to...

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Spooks!! [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

' Spooks !'! ; J It is not often that the district is invaded - by spooks. On a recent Saturday night, how ever, two young chaps at Cobbitty received a scare that may take them weeks, to t recover. They were wending their steps ' , homewards, and on nearing a broken down load of billet-wood, they were startled to see a silent shadow hovering round it. Dumb founded, each looked attheother, and with bated breatl} watched the monster stoop and lift a huge billet of wood as though it were a twig. Poising it for a moment high in the air, then dropping it com placently on its shoulder, the spectie turned and gazed at the terror-stricken youths, then, dropping the cudgel, in a bound was w through an adjacent fence, and moved swiftly forward for a few yards, and appeared to vanish. ''Smiler' says it was between 5 and 6 feet in height, but ? 'Streak' is per pared to take an affidavit it was 9 feet high. Being of a superstitious- nature, these lads have collected all the dogs, guiis, and am m...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

Menangle. [From our Cokaespondbnt.] ? The winter this year is the. severest ever : felt in this district, and as a consequence feed and water are getting very scarce, f making the milk supply short, and prevent ing the farmers from ploughing for ne^t y season's crops. - As showing the intensity of- the cold, , ^ we may state that the river at Douglas Park is in places still frozen over, the i-j£ in places measuring three and a half inches in thickness, and with a continuation of this sort of weather we may soon expect to hear of skating in the real old English 'f; style. ' 1 Since the completion of the handsome v ' R O. Ohurch, things have been very quiet in the village, but we understand that the ? contract, has: been let for the proposed '? alterations to the Protestant Church, and this should cause. a bit of a stir, and cause ' - ' some money to be circulated hereabout. Mr, Walter Hilder has two bullock teams carting logs to Menangle, and we under stand he intends starting a sawm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 July 1895

G R A N U M A is made from the   ENTIRE GRAIN OF 'WHEAT. It is a complete NATURAL FOOD   and an absolutely         CERTAIN CURE FOR INDIGESTION     used as a porridge Meal.   Ask your Grocer for a 4lb Pack       JAMES INGLIS and CO., Sole Agents.                 THE .           BEST WAY IS TO SEND   YOUR ORDERS   TO       ANTHONY     HORDERN'S   UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,   HAYMARKET (only)     SYDNEY.       YOU HAVE   OUR CATALOGUE'       ...

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