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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

: KELI'GIO-US SBBVI OSS Church of Ensland. lOamden— at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J. King. ;('15.(L) ' 'Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev C. S. King_ Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Mr. Stanley Best ' Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Mr. .Stanley Best ; Menangle — at 11 a.m, Capt. A. J. O. Thompson dobbitty— at 11 a.m, Rev G-. H. Allnutt. 'Special service for the JVIinistering Children's League. Narellan-at.3ip.im, Rev G. H. Allnutt , 'Cabramatta— :at:3 jp.m, Mr, J. D. Warel W.esleyan Camden— at I'l a.m, Mr. J. A. Leigh ?Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m. Mr. J. Leigh . 1 ?Glenmore— at'll a m, Rev R, Cald.wdl Glenmore — at 6.30 p.m, Mr. J. Leigh Westbrook — at 2 30 p m, Mr, W. Smart Picton— at 3 ,p.ttfV Rev R. Caldwell ^Campbell town— at 3 p.m, Mr. G. Smar.fc Primitive. 1 (Camden— ,at 11 a.m.,, Rev R, Mowbray : Camden— ;at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray iBob's Range— at 3f m, Rev R. Mowbray . Homan Catholic. ?Camden— Mass at 11 a.m, Evening iDevofriou -at 7. Qak — Mass at ...

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

ADAM O. CHALK E LECTR O P ATISTE, Cures all diseases by electricity, and can be consulted at Allingliarn's Commercial Hotel, Cam den, on EARLY IN. JUNE. '1 6- GRIFFITHS,' BUTCHER, Argyle Stblet, Camden, is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, herse hair and every kind of produce at highest prices for cash . k s MALL, (Late Noakes and Small) FAMILY BUTCHER, Argtlb Stehst, Camden.. The business . which has met with so much suc cess in the past, will for the fnture be solely con ducted by E. Small, one of the proprietors of the business, and he trusts that by his experience and judgment, and providing the best of every class o meat to gain increased support from the residents of i Camden and district. jgANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Established 1817.] s d Authorised Capital ., £3,000,000 0 0 Paid-up Capital .. 1,894,209 0 0 Reserve Fund .. 1,183,576 12 0 ' Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits. Advanoes made against approved securities, and all usual banking business transacted. J.G.HARRIS, ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Fosfcal- Information Arr'ivals FROM i Cawdor — atll.45a.tff tJrownlow Hill— 6 -p. ml, The Oaks— 6 p.m, Mount Hunter— 6 p. nt. ihirragorang— # p.m Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, M6'nday3 to Fridays, on ? Saturdays at 7.52 p.m.- .... . Narellan — 11.- 35°- a.-m daily abd„7.25 p.m frorriMo'tt days to1 Fridays, on Saturday IT at 7.52 p.m Campbell town— ditto' ditto GranvrJle— ditto* ditto Sydney— ditto ditto Mails close foz i v BrowftlosV fiLill— li.4o a.m The Oaks— 11.45 a. m Burrau;orang— 1.1,45 a. in Mount HuiiWr — 11.45 a. m, Liverpool— 8.35 a. m daily . Narellan— 8. 35 a. in, aud 2.2(5 p.m ditily Campbelltown— 8.35' rt.m, and 2.20 p'.ni daily Granville— 8-35 a.-m, and 2.20 p.m dafly Sydney— 8.35 a.ni,- aiid 5.50 p.m daily. . , . ' Cawdor — Monday,- Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. ; „ T.P.O. South— 5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted.) Letters posted in Camden before 8 30 a m, at delivered per I o'clock delivery, in Sydney Sunday excepted) English mail made up every Monday at 8 30a.fti One...

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

A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE 03? COST. Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPE COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Every ono wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS — as per list — can obtain them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd., 232 Clarence-street, Sydney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post agfe'or carriage. With the wrappers or coupons enclose full name and address— numbers of wrappers and the book or boots required. The top part of wrapper, including the line '? SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the whole wrappers. fialf-cloth and Paper Cardboard. Cover.'? 50 Sunlight Wrapper's 1 Hook or' 2 Books 90 Sunlight 'Wrappers 2 Books or 4 Books 135 Sunlight Wrappers 3 Books or G Books 180 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday school Tcachors may form ' Book Club.',''' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LIFE BUOY SOAP WRAPPERS' soon form a school or vil...

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District News. The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

District News. The Oaks. [FltOM OUR OTO CORRESPONDENT.] - Eobert's hill on The Oaks road was the Bcene of another run away ; a few days since a cart, loaded with blue metal and drawn by two horses was proceeding quietly down the hill, when by some means the break of the cart failed to aet-aud the horses feeling the load and the terrible steepness of the hill, caused the horses to bolt, nothing could stop them, and the efforts of the driver were absolutely powerless, down the hill the horses galloped until the flat near the bridge was reached, at this point one of the horses fell, but, quickly regained its feet for a few yards when it again fell, the speed at which they were travelling on the second fall of the horse may be judged that the fallen horse was dragged along for some 15 yards, it is imagined that the other horse managed by some means to keep the cart from going over the fallen horse. Strange to relate no serious in jury attended the driver or horses. Great credit is due t...

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

What Bates 'Wanted To Know'.. ' I shall be obliged if you can answer me one question,' said my friend Bates, jis he lay ou the couch one day in my room nursing his aching leg. ,f Why does exposure to wet or cold bring on an attach 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 gaive him I wish you would- read the following letters, as no doubt the authors of them will be interested in the same point. ? ' Iu November, 1S92, says the one, ' I had an attack of rheumatic fevei', 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, aud so emaciated I was little more than skin and bone. A large lump, the size of an egg, formed on my elbow, and my fiugers were almost drawn out of joint. I cannot describe the s...

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SLY WINE SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Sly Wine Selling. Alfred Kurtz of Werombi, was charged by the police that on the 29th of May, that he then not being an agent nor the servant of an holder of license authorised for the sale of a license authorised for the sale of liquor, under the licensing act of 1882 did in a house sicuated in Werombi, innhe Camden .Licensing: Court, sell certain liquor or wine, he not holding a license. Defendant made application to the bench for the adjournment of the case to enable him to obtain legal advice. After some discussion, the bench decided to go on with the case. At this stage Mr. D'Arcy Irvine being in the court, the defendant appealed to that gentleman to conduct his case, ami after permission had been granted by the bench, Mr. D'Arcy .Irvine asked for the adjourn ment until 3 p.m. Sergeant Parker gave evidence as to his appointment of Licensing Inspector. Constable Cameron ia evidence stated that, on the 29th May, he in company with a man called at the house of the defendant and pu...

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

About 80(? misers are doing well on the alluvial workings at Back Creek, near Braid wood.

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Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

Commercial Banking Company of 1 Sydney, Ltd The '? Review of Reviews,' for May has an interesting article entitled; — ' Baitking and Bankers in Australasia.' The article is by A. Geoffrey Eagar, and deals 'with all the banks doing business in New South Wales, except the Bank of New South Wales, which had been dealt with in a pre vious article. The first on the list is the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited, the article or-eniner as follows: — Among the financial institutions to which the colony of New South Wales may justly point as an evidence of genuine progress and wealth, the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney stands high. It is a bank which has always been conducted on ' liberal' lines, and enjoyed a degree of popularity, which, in a less carefully-managed concern, might have been a source of danger. The tempta tion to swerve from the strict paths of safety, induced from time to time by the speculative manias of the day, might have involved it in disasters. But no ...

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A Standard For Milk. THE NEW PROCESS FOE ENRICHING SKIMMED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 11 June 1896

A Standard For Mi'k. THE NEW PROCESS FOR ENRICH ING SKIMMED MILK. In re7ation to a standard of quality for milk, Professor Long gives the case of a Dorset farmer who dispatches from 1000 to 2000 gallons of milk to London daily. By his contract' he is inquired to provide miik containing not less than 3.25, per cent, of butter fat, and ho has not experienced any difficulty in keeping up to that standard. Indeed, out. of 10,000 churns sent in six months, only 16 contained milk with as little as 3.25 per cent, of fat in it, and only three of milk of lower quality. Professor ?Long contends there would be no hardship in fixing as the standard of purity for milk this percentage of fat included in 12 per cent, of total solids. At present there is no official standard for milk, and the Somerset House authorities are believed to pass 2% per cent, of fat as sufficient to allow persons charged with adulteration the benefit of the doubt as to purity. A standard sufficiently high is desirable, in...

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

'The Little Duchess and other stories' (not 'Shreds and Patches') will be the title of Miss Ethel Turner's next hook. It will arrive in June. Her new story ?' The Little Larrikin,' will be ready for the Christmas Season. 'Seven Little Aus- ' tralians,' and 'The Family at Misrule, are being widely read throughout the world. In New York there is an exclusive sect, entitled u The Four Hundred.' A similar idea is being projected-ln Sydney, entity ' The Nicest People.' Mr Sydney Burd^in^-y ^ is at the head of the new order. By-the-way y ' Lady Brassey has established an order of ladies in Melbourne, The -first rule is that no lady should utter an unkind word con cerning another. This is a eevere stipula te11-

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

A ' Madman's Legacy.' 'Sire !' exclaimed a man in the plain garb of a mechanic, to Richelieu, Prime Minister of Franoe, as he was entering his palace, ' Sire, I have made a discovery which shall make rich and great tho natiou which shall develop it. Sire, will you give .me an audience ?' . Richelieu, constantly opportuned, finally ordered the Madman' imprisoned. Even in jail he did not desist from declaring his ' delusion,' which one day attracted the attention of a British noble-, man, who heard De Cause's story, and developed his discovery of steam power. All great dis coveries are at first derided. Nearly a quarter of a century ago an eminent, wealthy, business man lay stricken with Bright' s . .j Disease. His physician said recovery was irri- ? ' possible. He used a new discovery, which, like' all advances in science, had been bitterly opposed by the profession. Nevertheless it cured him , The ease was so prominent that the medicine was at ouce subjected to severe tests by the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT ji'. - LTnder the dirttiugiuHhed patronage of His Maje/i- y the King of Italy', as per conuminication iriado by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul -General for Italy at Melbourne, l-i'h ilnroh, 1878. - Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex- . hibition. 1M® Acknowledged by Medical Olinios universities all over the Ci lobe. Tliere tire imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of 8itn])le- distillation,., forming! crude rejinous oils. In order thnt these crude oily m-iy not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti i. Extract, which is recognised by the .medical division ! of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pu 'e i origin, as per information forwarded to us throit^li t\e Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March. 1878, r;e take :? - It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinic? of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), ?end '©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at' Bonn, and 5 Tofessor D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Breveties. j ? The police have made a horrible discovery at Pomeroy 20 miles, from Crookwell. The i police went to the residence ? of a family named Ca^nop, and there discovered that a girl of 16 had given lirth to a child. On the girl's own admission she went into the bush some distance from her home and gave birth to the child. She left it there, and returned next luorning to burn it. She found that it was gone. She believed, she said, that it had been eaten by their dogs. No trace of the body can be found. The family are in destitute circumstances and are half starved and half-clad. The girl has been remanded on a charge of concealment of birth A French agriculturalist has discovered a *ery 8'mple method of pr- tecting ail kinds of i grain from the ravages of mice. He states that a few s p r i'gs o f w i 1 d m i n t in f u 'l 'lea f placed atthe, top and bottom of ea'h sack will effectually prevent ihe mice from attack - it,' as they seem to entertain an invincible antipathy to i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

: - Curing Opossum Skinsv ' The fol'owing is -given by a reliable expert Soak tho -kin in. wafer for 'one', day, then e'ean it u ell and remove all fat ; next ? take 3 lb. of alum and-4 ozs. of rock . salt; disolve in as much vvater as will cover the skin ; boil the po'ution, and when luke warm, put in the skin, ai d soak it for four dayp,~ working it- w«-di with the bauds with several times. Take ? it out and dry in a warm place, but not in the sun. Boil up the' water again, repeating the samo process with the skin, wiv h it well, and I. eat it with a \v'ooden malle' till, quite, soft, after which dry it in the. shade, rubbing between the: .hands- a[t intervals. , By; this means it will; be as soft and pliable as doeskin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

' ' Old' People'.' Old people who require a safe medicine to regulate the system '.mil keep the liver and kidneys in an; active, -healthy condition,: will find the . true remedy in Warner's .Safe Cure.! Thi3 medicine - contains, no minerals, its,. nature' is vegetable, -nt'l it acts mildly on the stomach, kidneys and liver, adding 'strength and giving tone to these organs, ? thereby aiding Nature in the performance of her ; ? functions. .Among the many hearty re.commend : ;'ntions from, the aged of. Australia, we give the following : — ' I have used Warner's Safe Cure and ? Pills with successful results, considering my age, 6'S years,' says 'Mr. W. R. Ridgewayi storekeeper, Burra, S. A:' 'I wan martyr to;gravelj and 1 2 , bottles of ?Warner's Safe Cure relieved me of the terrible pain, cured, the deceased kidneys and restored my strength.' These words echoed from the heart of this veneraV.le gentleman, are worthy ' th:e ' consideration of ; everyone.' Any man or . ??' Soman,: who is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

TOai is that One Jhiugj It seems like an absurdity, yet it is true all the 'same; I mean' tliat you. mi^ht.have'.a cellar full- of- ; wood and coal and still shiver with cold; and you would' if it were not for one thing. Oh, that- is so obvious,' you may: way. It is hardly, worth while 'to . hint at it. Anybody can Sue it with hia eyes. shut. ?Ail thei better fdr ine then ; I sh.an't have io;ex;:-la,in. Aiid by tlis same sharpness you will be able'to'pislv out the important, poiut iu two short letters I am about to copy for you. - - : The first runs thus! 'In Deceirlber, 1890, my ' daughter (Mrs. M. j. Muther) got into, a low, weak, nervous, condition. , ; Do what she would she could , ,uot . get up her strength. ' Gradually she wasted ? away until everyone thought she was iii a decline, and 'had not long to live. * In fact, she was so low and dejected; she did not care Vvliether she lived- or not. She was under a doctor for six months, ) but .his medicines did: her no good. My husb...

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Fruit Culture. IN AND ABOUT CAMDEN. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Fruit Culture. ; IN AND ABOUT CAMEJEN. . , [By F. R. H. S.]' - (Ooafcinued.) I' am gratified to notice; great strides has been made in the Camden district in the shape of landscape gardening. : I have often been surprised in finding that tho grounds of gentlemen's estate!* are so neglected in this respect.. The flower gardens, lawns, pleasure grounds and orchards are certainly not what they should be. As an exception to this rule, I observed the owner of Smeaton estate (Mr. E. Sedgwick) is vastly improving bis. ,, property. .by the aid of judicious- landscape- gardeLing. The ground-* have been moat artistically arranged and well in keeping witli tbe house and its. situation, reflecting much credit , on Mr. /Sedgwick*: s judgment. . The carriage drivev is wide and welbvme'aied, with a margin of green' turf, 'and a boarder of ornamental shrubs on' each side, with an hedge of Indian Olive around the fence, and a belt of shelter trees inside; in a few years these plan's and tre^s wil,l ...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Camden Postal . Information. Akkivals feom ; Cawdor — at 1 1 .45 a m Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m. The Oaks — 6 p.m, Mount Hunter — 6 p.m Burragorang— 6 p.m , Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Eridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. Narel lan— 11.35 a. 111 daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m Campbelltown — ditto ditto Granville— ditto ditto Sydney— ditto * ditto Mails close for s Brownlow Hill — ll.45a.ni The Oaks— 1-1.45 a.ni Burra. orang— 11.45 a.m Mount Huuter — 11.45 am, Liverpool — 8.35 a.m daily Narellan— 8.35 a. m, and 2/20 p.tn daily Campbelltown— 8.35 a. m, and 2.20 p.m daily Granville— 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney— S.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily. Uawdor— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12 15 p.m. T.P..O. South— -5.50 p.m daily. ' (Sunday's ex cepted.) Letters posted in' Camden before 8 30 a m, a delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydne 1 Sunday excepted) English mail made up every Monday at 8,30 a.in One penny postage trail pi ices, within a -radiu...

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