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[TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

'??FtO THli EDtTOK.l Sir,— I notice your Cawdor- correspondent continues writing -about Sabbath breaking. I wish to ask if he can v-frt Ma ct.ws not to milk r-:i a Sun'duy ; wohld be the greater sin: to milkthe-cowB' and- throw the milk- away, or take it to the factory? Another point I would like to ask, v?hat about the, dairymen- who atre'not fortunate' enough- to have a place or means to- keep the1 milk at home ?? To my mind it is just as much trouble for their wives and daughters1 to get things- ready for milking, as- it is. for' the men- to take it to the factory. Yours,; etc., A READER.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. Menangle. DOUGLAS PARK CRICKET CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

District News. '.Menangle, [from our OWN C0EBESP0NDENT. j Douglas Pare Cricket Club Bah,. The plain and fancy dress ball in aid of of the funds of tbe Douglas Park C. 0. was - duly lield on Thursday evening last in the hall attached to Moreton Park House, kindly placed at the disposal of the c -m* mittee by Mrs McMullen. The ball room . was artistically decorated with ferns, flowers _-/ and drapery by the lady friends of the members, assisted by several of the gentle* men themselves and reflected great credit on tiiose engaged in tbe task, between -.? thirty and forty couples were present, and dancing was engaged in from 8 p.m. till about 3.30 a.m. on the following morning to music supplied by Mr. J. Wiliiamson oji ? the piano, Mr. E. Hughes undertook til© duties of M.C., and carried out his duties in a very efficient manner. Some splendid dresses were |worn .by the ladies, and as all* . looked so niee, it is certainly beyond me to assign pride of place to. any one with much, chance...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Official Correspondence The following communications have beem received by Mr. Charles- Bull,. M. P., for the Cainden Electorate,- and is. now published for' publiic information : — Public Works Department, Sydney,- January 23, 1896. Sir, — With reference- to' your interview with the Secretary for Public Works on the- f subject of the construction of the proposed new bridere over' Stonea'uarrv Creek. Pinfon . I ' am- directed to- inform- you that Mr. Secretary Xoung has- directed that plans be' prepared for a timber, structure at the origiual site, near Station- street, and thia- will be done as quickly as possible. D. O. W. LA.CHLAN, Acting Under Secretary. , C.- Bull,-. Esq;., M.P. Public Works Department, ? Sydney, Maich 21, 1896. Sir, — With reference to the correspond^ ence on the subj.'ect of the construction- of the proposed bridge of Stouequarry* Creek, at PietoBi I ani: directed to inform you that the plans for the work will be ready to- invite tenders in the early part of ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

?Gamden School of Arts. The ordinary monthly, meeting of the committee of this Institution was held on Tuesday last.. The President (Mr. J. G_. : Harris) presided. There were also presont.; Mr. W. R, Cowper, J.P., Rev 0. J. King, Mr. W. Whiteman, Dr. Bell, Mr E. Henry, Mr. J. D. Rankin, Mr. A. D. Little, Alder man E. F. Druitfc, Mr. R. G. Hindes. The minutes of the .previous meetiug were read and oon firmed. The President read the report of the sub-committee and defining the duties of Secretary, Librarian and Oaro Taker, which .after' slight amendments were unanimously carried. It was decided to seek application at once for the appoint ment of a suitable person to undertake these duties at a salary of £59 per annual, pay able monthly, and to receive 5 per , cent commission on the collection of subscriptions. The library is proposed to be kept open every day (Sunday's excepted) between the - hours of seven and eight, and on Tuesday., Thursday and Saturday afternoons from 3 to 4.30. T...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Camdefi Municipal Conn oil. A special meeting convened by the Mayor (Alderuian W. C. Furrier) tvas held on Thursday evening last, the Mayor presiding. The following Alctermetf were present - ?0, T. Whiteman, E. F. Druitt, G.F, Furner, H.Moore, E.G. Griffiths, 0. 'V. Coleman and Janaos Frier^ The minute3 of the previous meeting of the council were read and confirmed The Mayor in opening the proceedings stated that, he considered it necessary in the , present juncture to call together the Alder man to decide as to the best course necessary to adopt in regard to the amounts which may have been paid for rates and N. P.A., to the late Council Clerk ; in carrying out the late; resolution of the Council, he (the Mayor-) had consulted a solicitor, and acting on these instructions he had written to the late' Council Clerk to call upon him ? Within ;; 48 - hours for an explanation and ?statement/ Mr, Cranfie'd had called upon Mm, but he had deferred the necessary explanation, therefore, He (t...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

? ? l Lawn Tennis, -j On Friday aftejmoon last the third round in the single court tournament was com? menced by Dr. Morton, scratch, and A. Barter -}-- 15. A splendid contest between these players resulted, and when the first two sets had been played the score stood ll games each. In the final set, the doctor— r i who played in grand form, exhibiting mar? vellous activity as well as good judgment— won by four games. His youthful opponent played ft good, plucky game throughout, '? Dr. Morton v. A. Barter ! 17 games to 13. The set between W. M. Hughes and A. E. Devlin was postponed owing to the indis position of the latter player. Dr. Morton will play the winner of this set in the final for the Mayor .of Camden's trophy. Messrs Devlin and Hughes played their set on Wednesday afternoon, the court being heavy, arid good play oi^t of the question. Result ? A. E. Devlin v. W. M. Hnghes 13-6. Dr. Morton and Mr. Devlin will plq,y final game on Friday afternoon! On Wednesday, George Love wa...

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R. H. Inglis's Dairy. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

R. fi. Xngli&'s Pair'?. One of the beat conducted dairies In the district is that ownod by Mr. E. 0. Inglis, of The Oaks ; everything is so methodically arranged and rfcorked tnth cleaiJiness. On entering the milking ehed, we' find ourselves in a spacious, lofty btiildSiag with 8 stalls on either side, standing on a clean flagged floor, and in this particular building there is an absence of that noxious odour that so frequently characterises thef milkifig-shods in our district. Passing through this shed we come out into a large clean yard, at one side of which there is a recently erected structure, known as the feeding shed. This building can accommodate up to 2'2 cows, and is fitted up to in every way to assure the comforts of the beasts in the winfe# time. From here we pass through the milking-shed onc6 mofe and enter the feed house, where we find men busily engaged cutting sugar cane, mixed with which are green oats and barley, 'V^ith a large chaf? cutter driven by hoi'se...

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

LOCAL HOTES The usual fortnightly meeting of the Camden Council was held last evening 'Wednesday, The Mayor (Alderman W. C. Furner) presided, all the Aldermen were present. Prior tlie ordinary business of the Council a finance committee waa held, ?when it was announced that the balance due to tlie bank to date was £144. The following accounts were passod for payment : M. Kelly, £3 12s Ud ?; Camden News, £7 0s 6d ; P. Fox, £2 8s Od ?; W. G-. Weeks, 10s ; T. Curry, *432 7s 3d ; W. J. Taplin, £2 15s Id ; A. Smith, 7s 6d. It was decided to call for tenders for 100 yards of melal for The Oaks roads, tenders to close one week from date. The next business was the election of Council Clerk, there were 10 applicants, Mr. Horace Doust receiving the majority of the votes of the Aldermen was appointed the Council Clerk. At eleven o'clock the Aldermen adjourned ^he meeting to Wednesday nighv next, C, T. Whiteman, Cumberland House, Camden, has just opened up his second shipment of Winter Drapery,...

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Polo Match. SYDNEY V. CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

£'o!o Match:. Sydney v.- Camden'. ?- A polo match was played on Saturday last on Mrs White's property, . Mac quarie Grove,- Camdeny in the presence of a number of the. leading residents of the district. Sydney Was represented fey Captain Stanley (full back),- C. B. a'nd Gr. Fairfax,- G-. Brock :: and Camden by Dr. Bell (full back), Maddox, Patterson, and Moraii. Mr. Richaidson a! member of the Mnswellbrook club. Was umoire. In the first quarter the play was mostly confined to tlio Sydney' goal line,-- Maddox taking' -; a promiiient part in the play.- At the latter end of the quarter Sydney forced Camden . back, and scored ai goal by the ball striking - Maddox's horse and bounding through the goal.- In the second quarter Bell made a good run,- Maddox picking up and Running the ball close to' tlie Sydney goal. Here Moran' scored his first goal for Cam den-. Here Maddox then took the ball doWn the' field several times,- failing' to score owing to ' the splendid defence of Stanley. Sydn...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

v- Notes, . One' of the most pressing questions of tlie' da-y i&- that of the Inland Penny Post? and it is high time the districts outside the ? Metropolitan area1 took up the matter with /?. energy and spirit.- We have more than once drawn attention to the importance of this subject, and liave advocated, with that: energy' v/e possess, that, Camden should be . .... included in the area which deserves the' : _ benefit of the penny post. It is all very well for the Government to lay the limit to Parramatta oh the one side and leave out) other centres of commerce, which as We will -farther point out adds to tla'e real ?wealth of the community of the whole of New South Wales. . It is all very well for politicians to say to the general masses who ? loaf about the city ' Go on the land !?' ' €ro On the land !?' yet when settlers are' induced so to do,- the same law-makers do. their level best to favor' Sydney in every' possible man ' -n er, and as a result the new settler finds ?...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Correspondence. It must ie distinctly understood that ioe do i not endorse the opinions of our correspondents ] although we are qlad to publish letters.

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Meeting of Dairymen in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Meeting' of Dairymen iti- Camden A largely attended meeting of dairymen was held at Biennessy's hotel,- Camden,- on Sututfd&y eveiiihg'. Mt.- S. Ellis presided.-. The Secretary read a communication- from , Mr. S. J. Shahley, of. the Campbelltown branchy inforniihg thenx that they would hold a' meeting'' bn: Saturday, at 3* thili.,- also a' letter froni Mi^ T. Armstrong,- of the I'lla* warra Milk Suppliers' Association, at Albion Park. Ifn this communication- it stated that their' members- had' decided to convene a , conference' of representatives of the various committee^ at Tattersall's hotel,- Sydney, on Thursday, 11th instant,- for the- object of deciding*, upon a basis of action for the future, and generally' to promote' the interests of the niillc suppliers. Mr.- Ellis stated- that he was pleased to see so many suppliers present, considering that no notification of such meeting' had been given publicity to through the press. The objects of this meeting were to talk over...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

? - ? ? ? ? ? - ? - -rare. - May and December ? ? -' ? ,(jL| | /[ . ? are opposite months. - prics but qualify^ flavor are synonomou* ten.:;' for ths ? : - j 'Ifarp nfipn''' B a 3WL £ a a gyr ^ g £ -J''* Cjj 5 !,/ -3 9 j — — i ?

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

oamden mounted rifles. : Saturday, 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 .and Sentry Duty. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

: Bayiey's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral,. v The best remedy for Cougks, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Refuse imitations. TO BE OBTAINED FROM OllQIlliS'fcj AND ALLSTOPvEK. EPEU

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Forthcoming Engagements Camden Municipal Council : — meetsevery alternate Wednesdays at 7 30 p.m, the Council Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to .3 p.m, and ,0^i Thursdays from 7 to ,9 p.m. ?School of Arts, Committee Meeting :— 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday .and 'Friday ev,enings from 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, fr.oyi 1..30 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Illustrated Concert in aid of Camden School .of Arts to morrojv. (Friday), June 12at8.p,.m. Quarterly Licensing Court at Court House, Camden, Saturday, ,20th June at 11 a.i-3- and at Campbelltown on July 11 at 10 a.m. ?Camden Reserve Rifle Club. Mr. AJliuglaam's . 'trophy and \club prizes. June :27th at the local, range. 3?icton Local Land Board, Meeting, Tuesday, J,une 30 at 1.0 a.m. Clobbitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Tlie Gamden, Hews lias a IS A' R'GT'E' 01 R:C U LATIOfr in etery- in th%- llS-I^O OT'O R 4-'T ]$- ADVERTISING TERMS. tflRST INCH' ...' 3s' EACH SUCCEEDING INCH' ...- 2j' Special arrahgemetxtsfor continuous advertise m'ent^ — i1HE— Camden N ews J ob Printing; Plant iWaried and large,- and the greatest care ia taken 'to ''see-that th'e 'Work' is well andpromptly executed BILLHEADS' CIRCULARS1 POSTERS CONCERT TICKETS* BUSINESS CARDS BALL PROGRAMMES CONCERT PROGRAMMES' VISITING-; CARDS ; TAGS RECEIPT BOOKS' MILK CARDS' MEMO FORMS ORDER-BOOKS'' etc., etcv - Kindly send your orders for printing to THE CAMDEN NEWS, WRITE -OR CALL FOR ESTIMATES. Officer Argyle §i? CamcfeiL ? j _#- \*s y;/ ^ : |; BST Purchasers should look to the Label on the Pots and Boxes. I-; lithe address is not^ 533; OXFORD STREET; LONDON, they aire spurious. I' ;-$6W^M©\ / ' ; Before xmircliasiug any other \ / . «nd rou circular or ask your \ . m / ' storekeeper to get you' one \ ®-:K'ir?iAN- / y%, -4 4 H dL &p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

. , ' ea card.] . ^ J3 W. A L L I N G £ A M, ^ ATTORNEY; F(5LT.CITOIi k CONVEYANCER, ? , . . Cbriiniissioner for Affidavit^; ARGYLE- STREET; CAMDEN. N.B; — All tiuutta visited if required; V,y [a'cahd.]) 0 H A R ii B S fi tf ti L, gOLICiTOR, ETC; .*? * Barristers' xCourt,*. Elizabeth Street, near King Strfcetj SYDNEY. I . is # A I. 4 U-- MR. F. R. OOWPERj . 30UGXT0&, Mt) 19; (First Floor) Post OfiSc'e OJiaihbers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. R . M, M . D' A ROY-IRVINE, B. A Atiukkey, Solicitor, CoNYisYANCERj &c., &c\, tvill visit Camcien every Saturday, and may ';i' consulted at, Rooms next to Mr. Small's, (late Noakes and Sni fill j Ckmdefi. Lands Work transacted Land Boards : and nil other Courts attended where re tained. Address by letter or telegram, Macquarie Liverpool. ? Tlie Oamden Inn, CAMDEN. MBS. A. FRENCH* . (Late of Leichhardt, Sydney, and reoently of tke Commercial Hotel j Oamden.) This ' FAMILY HOTEL, the b'lde'st ahd best known hotel in the Caiiide...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

In the match- between the Lancashire Eleven and the Australian cricketers the Englishmen scored 168 runs in their, first innings and 98 in. their second. The colonials in their second innings made 189, winning the match by 154 runs. The request made 'to the Premier by Mr. J. Hay nes. M. P., for the abolition of solitary confinement, is now under consideration. The Chief Justice is of opinion that strong opponents of the present divorce jurisdiction would be more humane if 'hey heard the rev elations made in the court by unfortunate wives.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

' ^ - '0 R E A K PA S T-S UPPER. E P P .S 9 S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BOILING WATER OR MILK. :*v Mr. F. Ciiowne, SURGEON DENTIST, May 'be consulted at Mrs. NEW'S, Hill Street, Camden, daily. Artificial Teeth inserted on the most approved {principles -without the extraction of roots where . jptacticable. - Decayed Teeth built up with Porcelain, Gold, &c. This proccoG is most beautiful, durable, and the ;acme of cleanliness. Patients are guaranteed perfect satisfaction. Teeth extracted painlessly by nitrous oxide gas, &ti . Arthur Hideout, ?. v ; STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. £ Hardwood Timber of every description ' delivered to any part of tlie district at cur rent prices. Tongue-grooved lining and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left sat Mill, or W. 0. Furner, Oamden. ? |^AMDEN jl^ONUIvIENTAL ^OBKS Argyle Street, Canid'en. . : 6, W. CLEV, ELAND, (Late H'. L. Davis) . ' ^MONUMENTAL AND, GENERAL MASON f-*-s ' ? -? Monuments in Marble, Granite, or Free...

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