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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
Forthcoming Engagements. Jamden Municipal Couueil : — meets every alternate Wednesdays at 7.30 p.m, the Council Clerk is in attendance oil Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. School op Arts, Committee Meeting : — 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, ''uesday and Friday evenings frem 7 to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be held at Campbelltown on the 27th October . 1896. . Auction Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. ?j R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Ball and Supper : — at Moreton P^irk Thursday . evening June 4, in aid of the funds of ' .? the Douglas Park C. G. Illustrated Concert in aid of Camden School 0f Arts Friday, June 12 at 8 p,m. Licensing Court at Court House, Camden, Satur day, 20th June at 11 a.m. Camden Reserve Rifle Club. Mr. Allingham's trophy and club prizes. June 13th and 27th at the local range.
LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
LOCAL 'NOTES' ^ Mr. Charles Bull, M. Tj. A., paid a short visit to Camden on Sat urda}1, last, and called on several of his supporters and others. We understand, that,, the object of Mr. Bull's visit: was to place himself more in , touch with the township, and to consult with the Mayor (Alderman W. C. Furner J- _ P.) on matters relating to the district ; * principally on the inadequate public accom modation at t,he Camden post office; ?, the much talked of and necessary General Cemetery for Camden; and also in con nection with expressed complaints; that he (Mr. Bui) d:-es not respond to communications sent him. Mr. Bull will again visit Camden on Friday next. ? Mr. F. R. Co wper, Solicitor. can Iks consulted professionally at hisOamden Office ?mry. Saturday/* We here from Mr. Bull, M.L.A., the member for the Camden Electorate, that the 'bridge over the Stonequarry Creek, Picton, y is at last to be an accomplished fact ; and , v tenders will shortly be called for its con struction. T...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
In Memoriam , - Miller.— In loving memory of^fny dear father, Amos Miller,' w lib dira May 29, . 189i-. Inserted by his loviVg daiigSfer, 0. ? ''Gregory . / ? ? Miller.— In loving iqemory of^my dear father, Amos Miller, who*' diell May 30, 1.895 . #y Inserted by his loving- dd%l^ter,'M'fBaxter Mjllhr. — In loving mfimory^of my^beloved father, Amos Miller, ./wJ?o died 29th ' May, 1895. _ /' /' . ; . .. 'Not lost but gone^befope.'Cjcsj Inserted by M. Ellis/'' f
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
SMITH. BROS,. ' 'jfl cbAxo^ii7ifec-ERs. ^ GENEkAii'SivirTHS) &o0* . ,: v- ... : ? ? ? ? All'kindk df -v^bides niade aiid repaired;' Hdrs'Sa darefully shod'. . . ' : : Worlr guaranteed' e-iual to afy iii tKe dfetAstV : , ARGYLE1 STREET^ C A'M'DEI^/ : ' next tb'Miv Frier's. jWeller. ??''^ -V-' v ? — ? : ? ; ? 1^.- ? r ? ' l li l . M d'E w' A.w' - ? ; 4: AEGYLE' S^SEBf; OAMBEN' : : ' ?? B;AKER r(3'BOCER A^i); CO^'icqTIO!EsTic&' i ^ 7 WedkMfe^ ftb-iilos-, &b:voayt^-fdr:;..' s ? I Wedding Cakes a- speciality.' - ? ? TIMBEH; MEECH^NT, A'KGXLi .Street, ? / ?- ; .0' PL M: & E: N WHEft BUi'lfe :j§Q'ot'g'^ II To'ciilfon .A. Stuckey, OF A'RGYLE ST! ; before purchasing elsewhere; WHY ! Bedaxise he indws what goods' are bad and' 1 . what goods are THE BifiST. RE.MEMBF^,-! BiVy the best at tlie' lowest price, which caiv oiily be obtained at A'.- STUOKEY'S x . 1 G-. F. Fnriief', [iy&ihtMti:, Co^a'ri actor, a. I ii % S'.T R' E E' T, C A M D E if' Id' pteparfe...
(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
(To The Editor, j i ' Sir,— I see that your Cawdor correspondent, has brought under notice the working- of factories on Sundays, and says it is Sabbath breaking, and our correspondent would like some reader .to express his opinion on the matter.-, T am of tlje same opinion as him, and in a few word* to the best of my ability, will try to explain the matter. First, I refery our correspondent to iv few chapters in the good olji 'book, Genesis Chapter 2, Exodus Ch. 8, Ch, 16, Ch. 23, Deuteronomy Ch. 5, Nefyemiah Ch. 13, Jeremiah Oh. 17, and a great, many more, to show 'we must do honour to God bv keeping thy Sabbath day. God requires us to honour and express our reverence towards Him |by dedicating that particular part of our time to His immediate service, and says, -?' Remember the seventh day, keep holy the Sabbath,' was originally instituted, and for which the command was renewed, was principally that tasn might continually commemor ate the works of creation, which original reason o...
RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
: BILieiOVS JB35BVI 0 IS. Church of England. . -- , Camden — at 7.30 a.m., (11.0.) Oamden-— at 9 45 a.m. Children's Service Camden — atll a.m., Rev C. J. King. ; Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King . ? , Menangle — at 11 a.m, Rev .T. F. Russell . . Westbrook — at 11 a m, Major Onslow n 'Werombi — at 3.30 p. m, Rev J. F. Russell v Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Mr. F. W. A. Downes . Moreton — Park — at 3.30 p.m. Rev 0. J. King Cobbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev G-. II. Allnutt. (H 0) Cabramatta — at 3 p m, Rev G. IT. Alluutfc (H.C.) Narellan— at 7 p m, Rev 6. H. Allnutt ' ' The special collections for the Church Society at St Thomas' Narellan has been postponed to Sunday ? - v -June 14th. Wesleyan. , Oamden— at II a.m, Rev R. Caldwell Camden — at 7 p m, JVJbr, G. Smart Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev Ii. Caldwell G-lenmore— at 11 a.m, ' 'G-lenmore — at 6 30 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Westbrook — at 2 30 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor Picton — at 3 p in, Mr. T. Bingham Campbelltown— at 3 p.m, Mr,. W. W Smart Primitive. Camd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
* ? §ll|i For 'all your ?requirements ?: ?v. , . .. ' ? ? : - — 'visit — , * Iff JAS. HARRIS & CO, I V : :fe«?vs * r| Li BAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, B P;LaR#TLS STREET, CAMD.EE. : \pr — 1 — 1 11 WE LEAD TEE FASHIONS. . . . : ; 'I We are doing .high, class Tailoring at ?lowes^profits for cash. Allour Suitings rand Trouserings., H are.maiked down. Our prices.are unequalled, and our quality is, unsurpassed. Now the COLD WEATHER 'has set in, an Overcoat,, Warms Shirts, Singlets. Woollen I ?Clothing, Gloves, Rugs, Ready-made, Clothing, become. a necessity. The. ouly questiau\to -decide, is , ? where to get the .best valae, - ' v ; . ,m JAMES HARRIS & Co., Have the best assorted Stock at 'BOTTOM PRICES., .j THE CAMDEN NEWS, ?with which is incorporated ' ?THE 1 CaMDEH TIME 3 - , '[ESTABLISHED 1880.] 'Subscription 2s per quarter pre-paid, .or 2s 6& per quarter if 'booked. jA purely local paper devoted solely in the interests of the Camden Electorate, and giving the fulle...
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
kawii Tennis. The first-round in ibe single court tourna ment in .connection with The Camden Lawn | Tennis Club was brought to a close last i Wednesday afternoon, when Mr. A- j Barter, with A- 30 handicap, beat -Mr. W. R, i Cowper, 15 handicap, by 16 to 14 after i a very stubborn, close and ex.ci.ting fight. In the third and concluding set, Mr. Cowper showed brilliant form, exhibiting much better play than on the previous occasion. The ' second round did not create much interest, as two of the players in the contest were sadly out of form. . Result as follows : — W. M. Hughes, scr., beat S. Procter, 3 games 30. 14 to 10 A Barter, £ 30, beat A. J. Doust 30. 12 to 5, Dr. Morton, scr., beat F. Barter, 30. 12 to 5 A. E. Devlin, a bye. The third round, W. M. Hughes v. A. 18 . Devlin, and A, Barter v. Dr. Morton, will be played on Friday next, commencing at 2 o'clock The two winners will then play for the final. Those contests are expected to be close and exciting, and brilliant all round...
Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
Cajpato Police Court, Saturday, May 30. Before Messrs. J. Ji, Chisholm $nd C. \ Furner, Js'P. . j John Mc Guire residing at Narellan was j charged by Lizzie Bryant for the desertion of bis illegitimate child . Mr. F. R. lOowper appeared for ths defendant. The defendant in evidence pleaded that wbereas in 1-893, when an order of the court was made against him for the support of the child, he was then in receipt of wages at fis per day, he was then able to pay 7s per week towards the maintenance of the chjicl, but at the present time he was only earning 15s per week, but, in wet weather he was not able to do that, he was quite willing to pay 5s per week towards its support, Mr. D. Nott corroborated the evidence of the defendant as to the amount of weekly money received by McGuire, and stated that j the defendant at all times did his best to *i keep up the payments^ he used to biing him j 28s per month. ' i The complainant desired to have the case i adjourned lor a week, on account of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of -Italy, as per communication made bv the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con- | sul-General , for Italy at Melbourne, 14th. March, i 1878. Awarded. Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1&R'J Acknowledged by Medical (Jlinice universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude reainous oils.vi In order that these crude oils may not bo; taken 1 fpr 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 ? t'ie Consul at Melbourne, '2nd March, 1S78, we take !- r ! ? It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), ?end -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar- j macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. M.osler,...
Camden Reserve Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
Camden Sqserve Kifle Club, A committee meeting of the above club, was held last Thursday evening, when it was proposed to hold shooting on the follow ing dates, 12th, 13tb, 26th, 27th of June, on the 12th and 2,6th Friday's. Ammu nition will b.e issued free to give members an opportunity of firing 40. rounds so as to class them as efficient to receive free ammunition. On the 13th and 27th of June shooting will take place for a trophy kindly presented by Mr. S. Allingham, also prizes given by the club ; distances as fol lows, 1 3th 400 and 500 yards, 27th 500 and 600 yards; the highest aggregate of the two shootings to be the winner inctuding handicaps to limit. Members are reminded that the annual subscriptions are now due.
What Bates Wanted To Know. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 June 1896
What Bates Wanted to Know. &nbsp; "I shall be obliged if you can answer me one question," said my friend Bates, as he lay on the couch one day in my room nursing his aching leg. ''Why does exposure to wet or cold bring on an attack of rheumatism at one time, when a like exposure for a score of times lead to no such result?" Before I set down in writing the answer I gave him I wish you would read the following letters, as no doubt the authors of them will be interested in the same point. &nbsp; "In November, 1892," says the one, "I had an &nbsp; &nbsp; attack of rheumatic fever, and was confined to my bed for four weeks, during which time I suffered fearfully. I had awful pains all over me ; my joints swelled up, and I was so helpless I could not raise my hand to my mouth. After the fever left me I was extremely weak, and so emaciated I was little more than skin and bone. As large lump, the size of an egg, formed on my elbow, and my fingers were almost...
Camden Police Court. Saturday, June 6. Before Messrs J. Lakeman and C. Furner, Js' P. SMALL DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
Camden Police Court* Saturday, June 6. Before Messrs J. Lakeraan and 0. Furner, Js' P. j Small Debt Oases. Bensley v. Sherritfc, W. Eiley, J. Riley ; and W. JRiley. There being no appearances in either cases verdict was given to the plaintiff for the amounts claimed. GK Loomes v. J. Ellis, T. Billett, and J. - Duffy. Mr. E. VV. Allingham,- solicitor, appeared for the plaintiff in each case There being no appearances in either of the cases, the - plaintiff was awarded the ' amounts in each claim. G. Loomea junr. of The Oaks v. E. G. Griffiths, Mr. Allingham appeared for the plaintiff. This was a disputed amount for £3 10s 6d for a set of spring cart harness. The plaintiff claimed the full amount less the sum of £1 14s Od which had been paid on account. The defence consisted that the goods were not delivered in accordance with arrangement and that the sum claimed was not correct, as the arrangement agreed on was for £2, several transactions of a minor character had been entered into b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
o. i LOST — Between Mr., /ffl iJHa's residence and Camden, wag'gopBttpBaxle nut. Retura Oamden News .Office. ' ? ? ; ? I ? . MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CAMDEN. : ' f TENDERS are required for about 100 yards of Blue-grey METAL, for The Oaks road. ^ ff\ . Tenders to cj[ose ./i)h Tuesday, the 16th | June, instant,^/* ^ The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. M f HORACE DOUST, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, . Camden, June 9, 1896. BROWJfELL & Co., ' (OF THE ARGrYLE STORE, v0AMDEN- . ? / ?- .'Beg -to .'annoukce '.they :have -.opened ;up a Splendid .Assortment .of -Baldwins' Wools, in :abl .Shades. y , - - - / / „ -Also '.the .Best ..Assortment 'of Dress . Material /ouj^of Sydne^:, .and at less. ;? ' , . , '.than -Cm Prices. .A .nice jjange/of Calig^es, She^™gs and Flannel lETTE, ►FROM fl/n ®0Z. ?- 100 DOz/'^BN'S '^CIRTS, E3K^m.VALTJlI, Is EAChI ' : . 'G-ood Tweed .Suits, .a Marvbi^of .Ckbapnes.s at^1^5/6. J ? ' . Men's Clothtng, .Boots .^.nd .'Shoes in (meat/Variety, at/l...
Breveties. THE SIEVE ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
?Breveties. . THE SIEVE ORGANS. ! The kidneys act as a sieve* to the 'blood, where It is filtered ; they necessarily need cleansing, and Wolfe's, Schnapps -should s bo used. ! A ipetition has been presented by the Irish' members of the House of ' Commons to the' Secretary of State for the Home Department' praying that, clemency may be shown' towards the Irish political prisoners similar, to that displayed by President (Kruger to wards !the Johannesburg Reform -Committee prisoners. Stanbury, the Australian sculler, was on' Monday reported to have been drowned : while training on -the Thames, but the; report was found to be untrue. While training, Stanbury 'lost a scnll, and in trying to recover ' it upset his ? outrigg'er. He managed to dive clear of -»he boat, ..get into a skiff, bale out his own boat, aud resumed training. The Newcastle Coal sfrike continues. The terms offered at the Premier's conference has been decided by a majority of the miners.' It is thought -that there is no...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
Commercial. 1 - 'Messrs. Foley Brothers of Sidney, -report as follows on farm and dairy ? . produce : — prime oaten hay, 4s Gd to 5s 6d per cwt; prime oaten chaff 4'sj 9d' .to 5s 6d ; lucerne hay 2s Od to 3s 3d ; ' maize 2s 3d to !'j?S*2s 4d, per bushel ?; wheat 3s 6d to 4s -Od; # 'Sock turkeys 6s Od to 8s Od per pair ; hen turkeys 3s Gd to 5s Od ; geese 3s to 4s 6d - ducks 2s 3d to 3s 6d; fowls 2s .Od to 3s 6d ; Creamery butter Is Odf factory lid to ll£d; dairy ! Od to lid ; pastry 8^d to9d; eggs Is 2d to Is 3d per dozen ; Sacon 5d to 5|d pet ft) ; cheese 4d to o^d. A slight lull ha3 been occasioned in the butter market, owing tp large importations from New Zealand .awaiting removal of duties at end of month. The wet weather of the past few days militated much against a good sale day in 1 Camden on Tuesday last. Mr, R. H. Inglis, however, sold a lot of backward springers up to 46s each.
Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
Brmgelly. _ . -? : ;[IfROM oijk own Correspondent. J I' have to correct a mistake made in my report of tho concert held on the 24th .May. -The proceeds amounted to £4, not £ 5 as .stated. I have just heard from Mr. Hay, a resi -dent here, that he found a specimen of iSilvei this week on his ground., only a foot ?from'the surface ; the vein seems to run in; a line through the property of several people. It 'is also the firm opinion of manyi ? sthat coal exists m abundance here, but at a, fgreat depth.- This being -the .case, perhaps .a prosperous future -is still in store for Brin (gelly. . . There are abundant .crops of melons and pumpkins rthis year, and we all have a good ? rSupply. The cabbages are affected with an insect iwhich makes a filigree work of them, com pletely, spoiling them lor use..
(TO THE EDITOR.) Barristers' Court, Sydney, June 9th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
(;To The Editok.-J' Barristers' Court, Srydney,- June 9th, 1896. Sir,— Referring to an- article1 which ap^ peared in your issueof the- 16th May last,- in- which myattentioa' Was drawn-, ? as memher' of the' district,- to certaiii requirements. I can only say that I am extremely anxious to do what i I can hinder all legitimate circumstances for the people I represent,- and although I may have been gtrilty of some shortcominp's — - none' of us being- perfect— yet my anxiety is to do everything t can, whether m-y time be' short or long,- in the interest, and advance-* ment .of. this great constituency.- My1 at* ten'bion has also been drawn by some young constituents to the fact that many persons— protectionists-shaving, voted against me are' delicate aboiit communicating With me,- or' asking my assistance in f urtherin g matters of public interest and necessity. ' I shonld like such persons to Understand that,- 1 know no one in politics, and never wait to ma'k'e' enauirv whether my cor...
Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896
Cawdor. '[From OUR OWN. CORRESPONDENT.] I was very pleased to see Mr. Franklin's: better on -the -Sunday -tvadiu:' in your last issue, but he bus not quoted me correctly. What I. said was : ' recently Mr; B. Procter' .conducted the afternoon service in the Wes.luyan Church here, and in the course :. ..of. it touched upon the milk service to 'the . V creamery on the .Sabbath.' Of course, J. ... would like your readers to bear in mind . -that .1,. also, reapeot the - Sabbath, but am .-.informed that, the milk service is really a jiiecessary work on Sunday. Mr: J. Hilder who recently met with; an accident near our -Public School is well lcuown in this district, and fortunately be ; tfongs to the Royal Order of Foresters. In ? nofise of sit'-kness or accidents a good friendly society .like the above proves a boon to , '.many. ? Another accident also occurred last week. .. . /A little sou of Mr. Carpenter was seated; ? 'beside the driver, of a high milk wagonette, .-and unknown to the. d...