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

Bmaties, Mr. F. Cor/PER, Solicitor, can be; oonsultedproxessioriallyat his Camden Office : every Saturday.* ! Dissatisfaction, is expressed at Moss 'Vale at the decision of the Railway Department, or the Labour Bureau not to engage local unemployed afc the work of altering -the grade on tho railway line. An outbreak of smallpox has occurred in German New Guinea and New Britain. At one island the^natives are dying off like rotten sheep. It has besn .found in Queensland that the destructive I'.^tt'le ticks attach themselves to wild ducks, aud other -wild fowl. Dipping in oil has proved very efficacious in the treatment oi' .cattle afflicted with the tick' plague. A man named Muggleton, who has boen lying in wj-ut every night for tho last throe weeks for a very large dingo, shot the animal at daybreak -on Friday from J. ! Lithgow Cobb's .paddock, Fernside, near Carcoar. During the last three years it is estimated -that this dingo 'killed nearly 1000 sheep belonging to different owners....

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

SMfl'H BUGS, COACHBUILDERS -fe GENERAL SMITHS; ? „ All kixlda of vehicles niade aiid repaired: Horflgs carefully shod. Work guaraii-eed equal to arty iri the district: . ARGYLE STHEET, CAMDEN, - next to Mr. Fi-iCr's; Jeweller'. i 'l, - 1 I A M - ' icB W I N ARGYLE STKEliT, CAMDEN, BAKER GROCER AND CONNECTION EI& Weddings, Pic-nics, &c., catered fof. -- Wedding Cakes a speciality. ' KC.FU R N E E/ T I MB Bit MERCHANT | V ARGiri.E StkeeI', ...OA M b E ISf 'Gh F. 'Furner, Builder, and Conthactor, H I L L S T fi E E T, CAMDEN Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building Materials: Repairs executed on the shortest notice: TCOSTIGAN, of A rgyle Street, Camden,' liitrf ? for sale 2 new waggonettes, and one second, hand wagonette, also ^ 2 or 3 horsi% drays, spring1 .o&rtsl new and se'-ond hand. Has also several sulkies 'iiid bug'gies for sale, new and second hand. Al^o sulkies ancl buggies in course of completion. J C. will endeavour to suit customers in whate...

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

THE MORNING 'HEADACHE ! Is often ta-a reoxs.lt of .drinking bad liquor. You are invited to try Wolfe's Schnappa. It is pure, wholeaoaw, ttn&duifcurated. LOST — Between Mr. Willis's ;re:;idenee and Camden, -waggonette axle nut. Howard given on re turning 3ame to ' Camden News' Office. , CAUTION. — Tho public are 'hereby cautioned against negotiating the following cheques drawn by me on the Bank of New South Wales, Camden viz., Nos. 079,378, (679,379, 079,372, 079,373. the same having been lost by me. EDGAR , RABY MOORE. | QONS AND ©AUG H TEES' OF ^ TEMPERANCE. -^Social a^d Pound' Night, next Tuesday : night. Each member to bring a friend. / A. McEWAN, R.8. rp E N D £! R ,S Are invited for certain alterations and repairs to Parish RoomyNar»ll&£ Specifi ations may be aeexye^F aU- particulars obtained from eitlj6r^&f the' u^g^%«gQ, to whom tenders Ajare® bd seni^ggj^Aater than Thursday, tnl^M&h mst. Th'i lowest or any ten/er aiot necessarily accepted. / M...

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

«(.' ,H. id. HS'GLlS AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, CATTIjE AND PRODUCE SALESMAN, ? ? ^ Weakly Bales hold every Tuesday at CAMDEN and every Wednesday at PICTON, -A . special HOB SF SALE will be held on, the 1st Saturday it, every moi.th at his Yards, Camden. u / W. SMART, GENERAL GROCER, Argyle Street, Camden, (formerly Mr. C T. Whiteman's old Store Ecf.ru lo inform his friends and the general publio tlmt, lie has opened a General Grocery Stor jh- at the above addr-. s-», and trusts by keeping i he I-EST of COODS, and at the lowest possible PRICES to bo favoured R-i'h your esteemed sup ...V°rt aiid -patronage'. No fOi noofcion with A NY OTHER OTHER .Camden hof.se JHi 0 T I 0 Ev AKY STRAY CATTLE found on the Kirkham Estate will be impounded. H. McKELLAR p H'B I TC NOTICE W. WATSON, General Blacksmith and Farrier, Be,:;.s bo inform the inhabitants of Camden ?and' stjiT(-undin«f districts that he is now pre pared to supply Tcmb btone. Railings, either c«Bt or wrought, iron. Estimates and designs w...

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

Commercial. '*Dbey£ -good .attendance .at Mr. R. H j Snglis's eisle iu Oamden on Tuesday. The j ?'following'' Wdi'o the prices realised. Pigs $rom 6s Od to ,7s 6d ; cows with calves ? jfrom' *63- ;t»B Od to £5 Ga 0d:; springers to £3 15a Od.; dry cows from dSl 8s Od to s£l 17s Od ; steers to 14s 6d ; fat -bullocks ,-^£2 Ss to £S .; fat cows to £1 15s€d. 'horses ,to £5 5s. The South Coast and West Camden 1 (Company, Sydney, have issued the follow ing . special mai'ket report, dated June ;lOto Afc a representative meeting of ? ? - - sellers held this .day butter was lowered i2d (two pence) per lb all round. Since ffche riao 'to one .-shilling the butter market thas been very -sluil and unsatisfactory. Saucing the la:^; ;12 months such progress . ;has been made with scientific dairying that ;a much greater .percentage of the butter .?arriving now is of the best quality. In previous years a lot of the production was second and inferior, which, being sold for ?pastry, etc, kept the marke...

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

? -oGobtttfc*. .[FllCIJ OUR OWIT CORRESPONDENT.] '?On TEtxrsday last Mr, diaries Wheeler' forking in 'Mr. W« Funuell'a wheelwright :fihop aecidently cut Ms hand with a broad . -axe. Medical asaistance had to be procured. 9. On Menctey and Thursday evenings of t }last week ft about 6 p.m, there appeared in :the heavens a metaor, like a ball of -jfiro ; trising* Crcm the horizon, north, and discharged raomci.bing like & lot of falling stare. The jreflfl/'fiPTia lasted about .15 seconds. 'Last Friday was 'the pay day at Cobbitty tCroamery, the suppliers receiving 4 5i8d per /gallon, 5 5,000 gallons were treated during unonth. Tlie large butter room at 'the; '.factory is now empty, this large room could v tbe made most useful for many purposes. Mr.'-.Downes of Brownlow Hill has pur-; tchasod the large churn at the factory. Rainfall sines the 8th of June, 289 points, thave fallen. ; ?Cobbitty Ministering Children's League.' 'The quarterly service for the league was Sield on Sunda...

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Burragorang Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Burragorang Sports* On Friday last, despite the inclement Weather and the danger and difficulty of travelling, the annual sports and races 'Were held at Mr, E, F, Gorman's flat ; the attendance was most satisfactory and perfect Unanimity prevailed throughout. The ^Yplace chosen for the races was unique, a course had been carefully prepared around tlie flat, a tree some five feet in diamater feeing the winning post, No accident of any description occurred. Naturally from j such a centre as Burragorang the chief attraction rested in the qualities and cap- j abilities of the various horses entered for the races,' and the enthusiasm and excitement could *not be more manifested than at a : Randwick race course, The horses compet ing were perfect in training, and the young fellows who rode the horses showed that the descendants of the old race were not deficient in the art, in point of fact, it is only in Burragorang that horse riding is carried on to a state of perfection. This is only n...

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

[?] Many of our readers will, perhaps* tffcctflifecf two very interesting exhibits at - -jiir local' AgHcultural and Horticultural Society's show not long ago, placed by Mr. B. Procter, of this district. These were , /good samples of linseed and flax, grown on ; the farm at pr'esent used by Mr. Procter. The exhibitor was satisfied with this yield of ferdp,- bftt feottld not find any satisfactory . market ror same at tne time, lnere is now ' ft fair; market for linseed,- as this product is largely used for horses as well as for other purposes,- and ho doubt,- the demand for same will go on increasing. Some of the samnles shown by Mr. Procter were superior to {Re imported, as proved by aetual test. Farmers might grow an acre each of linseed, and judge for themselves whether it will pay foettef than hay or maize growing. If they . Ivish to find out what market there is for this commodity, or' obtain any information as to best plan of growing same, all they , have to do is to write to t...

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The Milk Trade. A COMPREHENSIVE ASSOCIATION FORMED. THE BUYING PRICE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

The Milk Trade. A COMPREHENSIVE ASSOCIATION FORMED.) THE BUYING PEIOE; OF MILK. A conference was opened on Thursday at 'J-atters&ll's Hotel, Sydney, between represen tatives of the country milk suppliers in. the Ijlawarra and tableland districts. The ?delegates for the Camden dis'rict were Messrs S/'ElUs;' H rMvore and T. M Inglis. Mr,. . John Kidd,,J P., CainpUelltown was preBeint. Mr. .L K. Lethbridpe (St Mary's)' was voted to ' tire -chair/ and Mr. Thomas 'Ariirisr rongv-' (Albion Park.): was elected secretary pro tern. The chairman ex-pained that the obiect of ^th'erconfeTence was-- to tix and-place »theJ inilk]-(eupp]i|rs pn a , better fooiiu/r,, .and to , ? indjice--it-i»e.iSfiiXk / companies, if possi ble, to. give aniiucivias.od price; for milk, . It was ainpos'fibiexLtJbut -rthey could go on j , at, tlie pieientnpricei and at- the same time feed their ?cdiitleriandikeHp up the milk supply. MrlvA'rmstrongjmov.ed-T-,;. . , .? ThatjthOi.jprgS'ent- ;M ilk Supplier' Asso...

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Camden in the old days [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Camden in the old dava The following meat interesting record is well: worthy of reproduction, and wo are in debted to the proprietors of the Sydney Morning Herald for granted permission to publish the following account of Camden in the days that are long past. The artiele was originally written by the late Mr, Obed West, a gentleman who made a perfect study of the early history of Australian life. We are satisfied that the information herein con tained will be read with surprising interest and will be highly treasured by the descendents of those who were the pioneers of the present comfort we at the present day receive. There is, nor has been, any greater authority on our immediate district — Camden — than Mr, Obed West, and is withal perfectly accurate and reliable with out any question of doubt, ' I now propose to devote some attention to a well-known locality, that of Camden and its vicinity. As might have been supposed from its proximity to Sydney it was among our earliest settl...

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District News. Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

District News. Harellan I From our own CoEEESPONBSirr.l The late rains have been a great boon to everyone except the wood carters, to them the ominoua word ' Drought' has a pleasant sound, as it means good roads, and consequently constant work, since the rain however their draya. have been silent oa account of the state of the roads, The Incumbent and church wardens of the Parish havo afc last decided to have somj very neceasary repairs and alter ations made to the Parish Room, tenders for which are to bo called thtough' the medium of the Cuuiden News. ,

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Narellan Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Narellan Water Supply At the weekly meeting of the Metropolis tan Board of Water Supply and S«v?erage, held in Sydney on Tuesday last, a petition from the residents of Narellan was tabled praying for the extention of tho water supply from the canal at Kenny Hill. The engineer reported that the distance was 6237 yards, and the estimated cost of laying a 6in main £3200. but the revenue to ba derived was only £30, less 1 per cent. The board resolved that, on condition that the residents would guarantee the deficiency of £90 per year interest at the rate of 6 per, cent on £2000, the estimated cost of a 4|u main, which would be sufficient to supply the township, the work should be carried out.

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

lifie SSiooting Aiter a long spell, the Camden Rifle Reservists — the victors in many important rifle contests--— '-r.ent over to the butts last Saturday to compote for Mr. Allinghiim's v trophy and other prizes. Some good shoot ing took plaoe, the result being : — Name. 400 600 Hdc; Total. Mr. R. G. Uirdes 33 28 2 62 H, Farindon 29 25 2 56 - J. Poole 21 26 6 5S J. Moore 27 24 ser 51. G.Watson 21 14 15 50 A. Watson 13 14 15 42 1 W. Hopson 30 5 7 - 42 .

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Camden Police Court. SATURDAY JUNE 13. (Before Messrs. C. T. Whiteman and J. Lakeman. J's. P.) Marceau v. Selens. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Camden Police Court Saturday. June 33. (Before Messrs. C. T. Whiteman and J. Lakeman. J'b.P.) Marceau v. Selems. This was a prosecution under 48 Vic. No. 17, whereby J. and W. Selems were sum- ^ moned to find sureties for the peaoo in ro % spect of using threatening language towards Mr. J, Marceau, bailiff, Camden. Mr. E W. Allingham appeared for the plaintiff. After hearing evidence for the prosecution, and for the defendants, the b^nch decided - that threatening language had been used, and ordered that the defendants should enter into their own recognizances for-the'r good behaviour for six months, and to pay: costs and 10s 6d professional coats.

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Lawn Tennis. On Friday afternoon last, Dr. Morton and.. Mr. Devlin competed in the final round in the single court tournament, when a capital contest ensued in the first set, which the latter player won. In the following sets,( the Doctor took the lead, winning by aix , games, thus entitling him to the Mayor's trophy. Both players played a skilful game notwithstanding the heaviness of the court. The winner played faultlessly ? throughout the tournament, and well dee sei zed his brilliant victory. Dr. Morton, ser., v. A, E. Devlin 15 games to 9,

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and Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Band Social Notwithstanding the darkness of the night, the threatening aspect of the weather, and the fact that it had been postponed for one week, the band social held on Thursday evening last, proved one of the most success-, ful and enjoyable gatherings held for some time. The social was as usual held in the Mounted Rifles Drill Hall, and dancing commenced shortly after eight o'clock to the music of the band. During the even ing the bandsoion were occasionally re lieved of their duties by Miss Lias, and Messrs Huntley, Hopson and Deniman, Mr J. Curran, sis in the past, acted mqat courteously as M.C. to the satisfaction of all. Dancing terminated at 12 o:olock, It is tli-s desire of the committee ;:.to .con* duct thftir socials on lines which will alike, materially assist the funds of the baad,:and v afford amuaenient in return fog patronagq ? j received. . '5 ^

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

? Forthcoming Engagements Jam den Municipal Council :— meets every alternate Wednesday.-, at 7 30 p.m, the Council Clerk is in attendance on 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', Tuesday and Friday evenings 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 1S96. Auction Salus Of horses, cattle, .pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mi\ H, 'H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Quarterly Lieen.-inj* Court at -Court House, Canulen, Saturday, 20th June at 11 a.m. and at Campbelltown oh July 11 at 10 a.m. Camden Reserve Rifle Club. Mr. Allingham's trophy and club prices. June 27th at the local ran^e. Picton Local Land Board, Meeting, Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. Cobbitty United Dairy Coy extraordinary general meeting at Parish room, Cobbitty, - Wednesday, June 24 at 3 30 p.m. Camden...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

EELI&IOUS SSEVIOJS. Church of England. Camden — at 7.30 a.m, (H.C.) Camden — at 11 a. in., Rev C. J. King. Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle— at 11 a.in, Mr. S. G, Best Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Mr. S. G. Best Werombi— at 3.80 p.m, Rev C. J. King Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Mr. S. G. Best Narellan— at 11 a m, Rev G. H. Allnutt (H.C.) Cabramatta — afc 3 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt . Cobbitty— at 7 p.m, Rev G-. H. Allnutt Wesleyan. Camden — at II a. m, Rev R. Caldwell Camden — at 7 p in, Mr. F. 'Whiteman Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m. Mr. B. Procter Cawdor — at 7 p m, Rev R. Caldwell Glcnm'ore — at 1 1 a.m, Mr. B. Procter Glenmore— at (5 oOp.m, Mr. G. Smart Westbrook— at 2 30 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman Picton — at 8 p in, Mr. J. E Moore Campbelltown— at: 3 p.ui, Rev R. Caldwell Primitive Camden— at 11 a~. m., Mr. H. Doust Camden— at 7 p.m, Hey. K. Mowbray Bob's Range— at 3 p in, Mr. II. Spice Theresa Park— at 7 p.m, Mr. H. Doust Menaugle— at 3 p m, Kev R. Mowbray Bringelly— at 11 a.m, R«v R. Mow...

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

*\t : .. ?' ? ivj* . ' Camden News f' - s . ' . . ij 'Skn'te li-AR'GB' OtfRrCU LAH'TCPBf lb' eteef In tifar OfORv.&l?# ADVERTISING TEBM^ ? _ tflRST INC® 3r MVB SUCCEEDING INGS ..» .2k' ' ' Special arrangemetttirfbr' continuousr adVertiBemea4&:- — THE— ' C&iiidert Mews JsobPrtalng F lant ^a;Tariod and' large, and t'fie greatest' otoe iii taken to-' see that the:work: ia well afad'pffojftptty ejEeotiteci j BILLHEADS CIRO0LAR3' POSTERS CONCERT TICKETS'' . BUSINESS' CARDS V SALL PROGRAMME^ C0NCE&B PROGRAMMES^ tISlTlftG (5ARDS: TAGS RECEIPT BOOKS' MILK. CARDS ]&EM?0 FORM& OI^DER BOOES; etc., etc; l&ndly seiid!yora orders for printing tb' THE CAMDEN NEWS, WRITE OR- CALii FOR ESTIMATES. Officer Argyle St., Camden. I' 'r ' '' ? ' '* '' ? -T- ? ? ^ ?0° KM^ ^ VC^ * \ i : its* Purchasers should look to thd Label off the Pots and Boxes. If the address is not 533, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, they acre1 spuriottt;. ? ^ ? 11|1- mM I -- 1,- , ? ? ?...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

LOCAL NOTES A special meeting of tin Camdeu Council was held last evening (Wednesday;. The Mayor (Alderman W. 0 Furner) presidt/d. Alderman G . Cleveland was the onlyAlder man absent. After the minutes hud been passed, some discussion ensued as to the election of the Council Clerk ; Aid. Frier moved the adjournment of- .the council to discuss the mat er, but, no Aldermau seconded the motion, The works coiumitteeV report on the German's road w as received and adoptnd. T,he date of the appeal for rates was fixed for the loth of July. The Mayor announced that the sum. ol £162' 19s lid was duo to the bankers to the 10th June. It was decided to spend -.the. sumo? £4 for njetal at German s road. The successful tender for 100 yards of maintain, ance metal for Tho Oaks roads was xMr. K, ' Clemson at 4/4 pervcubic yard. A d-; tilled repuit will be jjiven in our next . ' 'issue,. Income tax notices were issued on Saturday la&t with a notification that the tax would fall due on the 25t...

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