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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Breveties, i A doctor claims that a drop of castor oil in the eye to remove a foreign body is very 1 efficacious. . The reign of Queen Victoria promises to become a record one for the British empire. If she lives until June of the present year she will have occupied the British throne for 59 years. A lucnp of sugar saturated with vinegar is highly recommended as a remedy for hiccough. The new uniform for N.S.W., letter carriers was worn for the first time on Queen's Birthday. It is a neat and be coming .appearance, the coat and; trousers are brown with red facings ; soft felt hat to match with red band. Mr. C. G. Heydon received £715 for pro secuting Crick, Meagher and others at the Criminal Court. Sir Henry Parkes' estate is in a hopeless muddle. It is not certain whether the veteran died worth a cent or not. His furniture is claimed by several people. The Hon. 'John Davies, M.L.A., like his friend veteran Parkes, died a poor man. No honest politican has made-much money in N.S.W. S...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Fruit Culture. IN AND ABOUT CAMDEN. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Fruit Culture IN AND ABOUT CAMDEN. ' ' V, ? ' ' TBy F. R. H. S.l } (Continued, from our last.) After travelling for six miles through . ' 3airy farms, I came across what I consider ; ^ i real ; specimen of an English or Scotch farm, owned by Mrs. Ann Cuthel. This is certainly one of the,, most replete estates I have seen in the colony ; it was taken up some 35 years ago by the late Mr. J. Cuthel, a gentleman of high culture, and possessing an excellent amount of ability a.nd knowledge in agriculture. Mi*. Cuthel bought 326 acres. of land from the Government, paying periodical . sums until the property became his own private estate, which now belong to his worthy widow. This property is ten ' - miles from Camden, situated on one of those ? pretty Kills, and has an exceedingly nice cottage, the picture of cleanliness through out, nice flower garden, bush house, filled ' with ferns of the choicest kind, rock lillies and other/ orchids — natives of the colony. The farm is cut up into co...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

?Commercial. There was a good attendance of buyers at the Camden sales on Tuesday last held by. Mr. R. H. Inglis. Competition was brisk for good conditioned beasts. Cows with calves fetched from £3 7s 6d to £5 12s 6d ; Spring ers from £3 8a to £4 15s ; dry cows from £1 lis to £2 lis ; bullocks to £1 l-3s. Messrs. W. Inglis and Son's of Sydney, report as follows on farm and dairy produce : — prime oaten hay, 5s Od to 5s 6d per ewt -, prime oated chaff 4s 9d to 5s Od straw ehaff 3s 6d to 3s 9d ; lucerne hay 2s 6d to '3s Id ; straw 3s 2d to 3s 6d; maize 2s Od to 2s 3d, per bushel; wheat 3s Od to 3s 9d^ sucking pigs 4s Od to 7s 3d each ; cock turkeys 6s Od to 9s Od per pair ; hen i turkeys 3s 3n to 4s 6d ; geese 4s 3d to I 5s 6d: ducks 3s Od to 4s 6d : fowls 2s Id to 3s 6d ; factory butter lid to ll|-d per S-; ] dairy butter lOd to lid; pastry butter 8| to 9d ; eggs Is 3d to Is 6d per dozen; bacon 6d to 6|d per lb ; cheese 3d to 5d ; carcass pork to 3M ; Milch cows. — Full number forwar...

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Camden Municilpal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

' * Camden Municilpal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of tnia ?coluicil was held on Wednesday tire 27th ; , ultimo. The Major (Alderman W. 0. y Filrner) presided. The*©1 was a full attend ance of the Aldermen. The minutes of the previous meeting ' were read and confirmed. . Finance, The following accounts- were feceived -and passed for paji ment;-^T. Carry, £2 7s 6'd ' P. Fos, £3 19s 7d ; M. Eelly,. £3 6s Od. It was decided to hold aver' Mr. Taplin's account, which fiad bee'a outstanding for ' 'Some time/ fot further consideration. OA the motion of Alderman E. F. Druitt, , ' ^seconded l-y Aldorman Gf. F. - Furrier, Alderman 0.„V. Ooleman was* congratulated - ' -on bis taking his seat at the council tab 1 6; the motion was supported by the Mayor .?and the whole of the Aldermen. Alderman ? Coleman retained thanks and' trusted, tlrat, by his attention and studying the interests of all,- he would,, tiaafee a tiseful member of their body/ CoKRESPOtfDEtfCfr. Cranfield's contract ; ...

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Menangle. MENANGLE AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

.Menangle [PEOM OUR OWN COEBESPONDENT.] . 'Men angle Amateur Dramatic Club, ? W The members, of the above club gave ' sanothor of their most enjoyable entertain ments on Wednesday evening, 27th ultimo, .'in the local hall, the pieces staged being . Douglas Jsrrold's comedy ' Paul Pry' and ' that laughable farce ''..Never reckon your ?' chickens.' The building was packed by a large and fashionable audience, gathered - ' f rpm all parts, of the Oamden electorate, who by. their loud and continued applause .showed their appreciation of the really excellent banner in which the various roles r \ were sustained. Ihe only tauit that can be found is one .common to all amateur per formers. biit, still one easily remedied, that si. ; ? : is, the ' prononess of some of the players, the ladies especially. to speak too rapidly. ::--'.Th9 . ? naiin part in the first piece was - -splendidly played by Mr. Kenniff, who kept ? the audience in a gre-«t stale of merriment . ' throughout, and who for his...

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Crown Lands. LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

C^bwn Lands1. ' ! V Lands for Seitle&e'nt.- I: Land district of Cetmpberftown'; 3^00 acres at Madden's Plains and Flat Roelc ; creek (distant from abotrt 6 to 9 miles -fiom the Helensburgh Railway station),- The . country is of inferior character, consisting of sandstone spurs and soft spungy land : covered with innrah and scrrrb j the latter may be made serviceable by drainage and cultivation only,- which would need eon- ! tinuous and sMlful labour j tie spttrs are of little use except for obtaining firewood, and for casual depasturage. Land district of Campbellto'wn, 800 acres, at Eckersle^ (about 12 mues irom tLelensourgJa Railway Station) Northern part. Broken sandstone country of inferior character, becoming precipitous near the main watercourses ; along the summits of the spurs there are patches of fair sandy soil,, the slopes from which are of poorer quality and somewhat stony, and these parts may be made pro ductive by cultivation, covered with forest of gum and stri...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

The Oaks. ?J,,.-': '[FhOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] V 'The ball in connection with the recently ? ; Sti^l.d races here -completed the festivites on Monday the 25th inst, and which formed one '*:???? -of the most successful day's amusement ever -K?^d at rhe Oaks, passed off in a most enjoy ^ ' ^;ao e manner.; much of the pleasure being due . / --tto the able manner in which Messrs. John ' ? IWitt, A. Roberts and James - Williams performed their respective duties ^ -of M.C's. The hall was crowded to excess, ' jabout 40 couple taking part in the dancing V— which was kept up with great spirit till . ?4 a.m. The music was supplied by Mr. C. ' SFitzpatrick of Picton. and was very -good tand up to date, Mrs. Guerin having catered , ; - for the ball, 'speaks for itself tor the quality; ? ^ .everything on the table being of the best-' ' ^ ' and abundant for all 90 persona having sat; .down to supper. All the ladies present; looked very nice some pretty dresses being! v wovn ; Miss Maud Healy, ...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

: , ' ' ? v '? ' -? ' fp Gamden- Postal- Information. '' f rVltRlV'AliS^ KROM1:' I' ?? ' 'J'.;- Cawdor— at l'1.4t3 ii'.riv ' fiVr BirowuloW Hill— 6 pim;- - ??:. The Oaks — 6 p.m. ?, . J R¥ount Hunter — 6 ^Ixil1 Blxrragok-aiig— 6 p.nt1 . . . , Liverpool — 7.25 p.«i.- M0ht.lb.y3' t6' J^ridalys^. tin Saturdays at 7.5*2 ]}.in.- V . Nardllan — ll'.35'a.tn daily and 7.25:p;m frdniMdii days to- Fridays;- dn Saturdays at 7.52 p.nl' Cairi^belltoWn— ' ditto' ditto Qranville — dittd* . ditto .. .., Sydney—' ditto' ditto' ..J. ... Mails'' ChosE' tfbfe . BVownlOw Hil^ll^o'a'.m' , The Oaks — 11.45 a.m BinTauorang — ll.4-5a.ni Mount Huiitet— ri.45 a'.niV Liverpool — 8. 35 a.m daily Narrellan— ;8.35 a.m, and 2v20! pi ni daily . ' Carnpbdlitowti— 8.-35'a.tn', and'2.20 pim daily' .Granvillie'— 8-35- a.-nii aiid 2.20' p;m daily Sydney — S: 35 a.m,- asld 51-50 p. ni daily. , .v, CaWdot — MolidaV,- Wednesday atld! B'ri'daV' at: 12-. 15* p.m. T.P.O. South1-- 5',50 p.m' daily. (Slihday's' dx ttepted.-) Le...

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

., Bzlngelly. ' ' * « t [From our own Correspondent.] The usual monthly meeting of the Pro gess Association was held on Saturday ? » '' eyening, several correspondence was » received. From the engineer, re. the road -v 1 from Bringelly Cross to Luclnenham fox* repairs, the reply is that there is no funds available till after estimates is placed, when this work will be done. From Hon. J. H. Young, re survey of a line of. railway from Liverpo.ol, to, Mulgo'a, Mr. Young promises that the work shall be done by fir&fe survey staff available. ? From Mr. Gibson from Hon. Jacob Garrard in reference to the repsiis at Public School, and removal and rebuilding of play -. shed/. Mr. Garrard cannot promise to alisr the shed at present, but' will 'Bend up the clerk of works as to the repairs to the school and removing of an unsightly kitchen which is now a nuisance. Astonishment X was expressed that no reply had been ( received from the Post Master General as to a request to have the penn...

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Carrington Convalescent Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Carrington Convalescent Hospital At the above hospital on Monday evening last, some of the patients (male and female) by thf kind permission of the Matron, pro duced a very successful burlesque, or mock trial, for ' Breach of promise of Marriage' — McGuflin v. Dowall, wherein the fair plain tiff (the character admirably sustained by Mr. Philip Diment) succeeded in obtaining from a special ' jury of twelve, substantial | damages. The affair throughout was a great 1 ? ? _ _ n ? ? n - ji ? - j i-~ -.CC ? J ? j. success, ana evidently seemea ro anoru grenu , interest and amusement to the lady and gentlemen visitors present The trial took place in the principal dining hall of the hospital, which for the occasion, served admirably for the purpose of a court room; space being reserved for the judges bench, jury, and witness boxes. The part of pre siding judge was undertaken by Mr. Thos. Fisher, (Justice Steady legsi who had for his Associate, Mr. J. Par:.- er. The special jury being compos...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Motes. Ii was proposed some nine ago to bring ??? tnider ? the- notice of the local .Municipal - Council' the advisability of that body taking ? entire control of Onslow Pai*k i.'e.,if the ? i trustees of that recreation ground saw no obs t n c i e in ? the way . * The Park in question was presented .tp . the public by the late Captain Onslow, and' trustees were named to »ol« after it. Owing. to. the Park being . - vested in the- hands of private individuals', the ' ? . Trustees are unable to obtain a,ny assistance . from the. Government ... to keep it in order. The. only source oi income derivable is rrom the Caulden A. and., EC.' Society, and .Mr. Water worth, .who uses, the Park, to run sfcosk ? on. The running of stobk oh the ? ' ' is' an oid sore ;. with- -the public, who complain that children -.can never be con /sideuid safe' on that recreation ground whilst v/ Worses and cattle are allowed to roam over ,-v'.vit; v The Trustees have no other sources of ' income, and cannot re...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Narellan [From otjr own Correspondent.] The most important news I have to chronicle this week is that bur local ' Wood King.' Mr. D. Nott, J. P., is having another saw fixed up, this means that he will have in the 'course of a few days three saws at work, and will in consequence be in a position to cut about one hundred tons of wood per day. We have not a Silver or Nitrate, or even a Camphor . King in our midst, but, we have truly a Wood King. The local Band of Hope met in the Parish Room on the 22nd of May, and was very largely attended, more in fact than could be seated in the hall. The programme was a long one, but the young folkacquited themselves so well as to make it very i interesting, they were slso ably assisted by adult friends and members. The singing and reciting were above the average, whilst Miss Lizzie Gregory song ' Bide a Wee' was given in a very pleasing manner. A meeting is to be held shortly for the object ofi formating a Progress Association or Committee for Nar...

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Moreton Park Pic-nic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Moreton Park Pic-nio Races. These races were held on Saturday last in presence of a large number of patrons, on the course at Moreton Park. The racing , throughout was good, and the various ; finishes reflected great credit on the handi cappers. A dance was afterwards held in the hall kindly placed . at the com mittee's disposal by Mrs. McMullen. The following are the results Flying Handicap— 6 Furlongs. . Mr. H. Hughes' Lillian ? 1 E. Hughes' T.K. /: 2 . J. Selems' Plover .. . . 3 Won by two lengths, easily. Handicap Hack . Race — 4 Furlongs. Mr. J. Fitzpatrick's Thelma '' 1 J. Rudd's Hercules '2 ? Eight starters., . Won by a neck, a really good race. Moreton Pare Handicap— 7 Furlongs.. j Mr. J. Kelloway's Cadmas 1 . , ? E., Hughe's' Gladys 2 H. Leuchel's Annie 3 .Hurry Scurry — 4. Furlongs. Mr. Geary's Afethe 1 J. Land's Gohanna 2 Eight starters, won easily. ? i Foi-CED Handicap— 5 ? Furlongs. Cadmas ' 1 Aethe 2 j Thelma ?, # 3 J. Allan rode all the winners. Cadmas was after wiard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

i pi n i mm ? . i. i ii jiiii. DON'T ?' ' ' SHIVER. V;, l- ' ' If you are continually shivering and frelJnsr the ? , cold, you may be sure that your blood is in a lmil f ? state. It is thin and does not circulate- pi operlr, ' * Your liver and kidneys are ou,t of ordpr, ^iuI^^uj: is. ' the cause of it. TO KEEP WARM . you must have good blood. It is good blood coins* ,y. ing swiftly through the veins that m ikea h«jut. It ^ r also makes sound health. If vou are wen k and l.('' shivery, you are bound to. 'sufler fronj ^t:k lio.i l- ? aches, backaches, constipation, lasts, yy. *pi,eJ»i tired feelings, nervousness ami sleepleasnoss. YOU - ? '-, something- to brace up' your s^scem, to set your liver and kidneys working, enweh your bl'iod and,* keep it moving. Toucan takfc nothing that wil'/ ( equal , Warner's Safe CureJ4$vhieh is universally recognised as the best and most reliable reniefly..-;.;-^.-.^; for weafe, ? -shivery people -who - need building up the system and giving now life c...

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Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Westbrook [From qur own correspondent.] Light showers fell on Sunday night which 1 ! was much needed- ; A few enjoyable hours were spent at Mi\ Henry Hanger's residence on Saturday evening, when dancing was indulged in, Mr. W. Wheeler acted as M.C. Mr; O. Kelioway was again at his old post in supplying the music, assisted at intervals by Miss Hopson^ ?' and Mr. H. Hanger. Dancing was. kept up until half past eleven o'clock. We must congratulate Mr. J. Kello.way of ' i-v ? u 'l:« — * z ? * ? .? ? - A' . ;. wesLurooiVj vu jluo wj,ui»ixig wut? i-wu jjiin* cipal events at Moreton Park races with his, ' famous horse Cadmus. Mr. Kelioway has sold Ca,dmus for a good sum of money.to, Mr. W. Foulsham a Sydney sporting gentle- - man who anticidates to do some good. hurdle racing with the horse, we wish his new owner every success, . I noticed in your last week's issue that the Cawdor Correspondent says 'all we want, now is a store, blacksmith's shop, and public hall, and -he place would -look...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

^reveties. The Premier stated that the Govern ment had made ample provision for the family of the late Sir Henry Parkes. He had placed £100 at the disposal i of Lady Parkes, and the Government intended to purchase a house for her use at a cosKof £1000, and t.o ask Parliament to provide for the future suppoit of the family. i At Penzance, in Cornwall, a number of fishing smacks on returning from the east coast ports were attacked by the local fisher men who strongly objected to Sunday labour and their hauls were thrown overboard, j Rioting has been renewed with: increased i violence. Two gunboats have been sent with military to hold the town. The woman Annie Dyer has been sentenced to death for the murder of six infants, whose bodies were found in the Thames. A man named Castels and his wife have been arrested in France for the murder of a man named DelachaifF. The two travelled from Paris taking with them a large trunk, The police opened the trunk, and it was found to contain a corp...

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Cabramatta. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

Cabramatta. ^ [From our own Correspojtdbnt.] , 'tJ Mr. J. D. Ward is recovering from the ' severe attack of diptheria whioh has lnid him up since May 2nd. He hopes to ? resume his Sunday duties on June 14. Through the kindness of the congregation in Narellan in giving up their afternoon for night services, the Rev. G. H. Allnutt lias - - been able to take Mr. Ward's services^at Cabramatta during his illness. . The erection of the new Church of ? England School and Parish Room is rapidly approaching completion. ? Tlie material and workmanship are both of * superior quality. The building when com pleted will be a valuable addition to the Church property, Mr. Wilcox, the contractor ? is an old and valued church worker Of All Soul's, Leichhardt. We shall' pwe -he t Parish-room to t.lje . devoted labours and liberality of a mere handful ox- ohuri-U people, who have succeeded in .raising the - whole of the contract price.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

?*»: :;.-t v. ~ .- . . ' OtfR ^EATTTIFCTL ILLUSTRATED Catalogue tVhich explains in simple language how to grow and treat all varieties, of Seeds, Eruit Trees, Plants, Bulbs, etc., giving the beat time for plantingth full description of everything, is no\^ issued, and ean be had ? Post Free Write at onco to WM. CARTER & Co.r Saymaxket, Syttey. Ci^ly.nDll w£8%$0m Rmii~ \ i|»ip m^NH i .. Tnafehmc frW2R!©\ ? ) Before purcnasmg any ott.ef \ / 8BND FOR CIRCULAR or ask your \ i^-' ''''J \ 'iX ' ' ,'t '*%. -!& / storekeeper to get y.ou one \ ^ 1*\ / . iff if L ' 0 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarket), SYDNEY I W lOSlIlWlFl ErSfl 54 BOlJRKE STREET, MELBOURNE, j $ |JU- ®$ 167 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, j - Tattersall's Monster Pirze List EANDWICK STAKES, 6th June, 10,000 at 5, GRAND NATIONAL EURDLE RACE. Jufy 4tlt- | 5,000 at 5, «*? '4 '' CATJLF1ELD CUP. 100,00© at 5. 7&C. ... ? 7 7 - i MELBOURNE CUP, 100,000 at 29?. BANK CP YAN PIEMAN'S LAND LOTTERY, 20y000 at & \ (List po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

J ' ,[A CARD.} Jjj , W. ' A 17 L I ft G H A M, ATTORNEY, FtiUCITOR & 'cO^VEYAN^ER, ; ? ^ ???;:i-f:;;-.C6ni'mis»if{ner,for ??Affidavits','. ; A rC® Y'LK STREET; C AMD EN. ?V - ? , /*». , N.JP.— All Counts visited if foquired. , ' [A CAB]).} ; -V 1 ' ,£l tl -A R L B s BULL, SOLICITOR, ETC, J * , -c -„[ ' - , Barristers' Court,' n\ - Elizabeth Street, near King Street, . SYDNEY. ?^v'iSJj _ 11 ' i ,L SIR. i\ S. 60VVPEG, Pt ? ) Solicitor, &c., V C t£),' (ffrit ¥l6or) Post Office Chambers,' i , ?*' - ' 4 114 litt Street, Sydnfey. ,1'j, ? ' i ? ? ? : ? ? ?Y m 11. H, Al. D'AECY-IRVINE, B.A ' Ax'ioiiNET, Solicitor, Conveyance^ &c., &c., / '?Xhll;. visit Oainden e^efy Sattirda^, and rhay . .? *'e consulted ar ? .'Robins next to Mr. Small's, Hr.';,* . '(late Ndalte's and Suiallj Cam den - ,v. - ? LarulS Work- transacted Land Boards .-.Ii other Courts attended where re lumed. Address by letter Or telegram} Macquarie 'Street' ? Li'voi-pooL ? - 'The Gaiiid.011 Inn,...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. baturday, June 13th— AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, MOUNTED. Forage Caps, Field Firing. Saturday, June 27th— AT 2 P.M., DRILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Forage Caps. Guard nd Sentry Duty.

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