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

. V v '[A CARD.] '' ' - i?. W. A .LLINGl A M A/rrORNKY, SOLICITOR & CONVKYANCtfiR, - . CbiiHuisniouer for Affidavits, A'l; GIL !i , STKE'HT, CAMDEN; .B:— All (ioutp Visited if 'required; . [A Cabd.] . Q l! A R L E S B U L L, SOLK'ITdll,, ETC; . 'Rui'fi iters' Cuurt^ ? 15 iztiBeth Street, tonar K ng Street; BYDNEY. J ? & A I. \ ? v ME F. R. COW PJ^ii, Sor.iiiiToiv, &c., 30; (Hrst. FJtioi1) Post Office Chambers, 111 Jritt Street* Sydney. ' M. ,\I. D'aRCY IRVINE, B. A 'At'IuiOOEY, SoLU.'IToHj OONYEYANCBU, &U, , - ? Vrill visit .Oauiflp.b ev«-ry S.tttir.lny, anil may l:c cnfi«ij 1 {. -- 1 i a; Kufi;ns next, to Mi'. Small's, !(!uie Noaltos uiul teuiall) Camden. Lands Work transacted' Lund Boards &:;-l ; ll other Courts attended where re ttiiiji'il. - . Ad iressi by letter or telegram, Macquarie Sm-et Liverpool. : - Tha 'Gamden Inn, CAMDEN. MJR3-. A. FPuBNOS, ' (Lite j.f Lteiolihardfc, .Sydney, and recently of tl* Commercial Hotel, Camden.) This FAM...

Publication Title: Camden News
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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. Saturday, Juiie 27th— AT 2 P.M., DR.ILL ORDER, DISMOUNTED. Fo«*ige Caps. Guard and Sentry Duty.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 18 June 1896

Death. Healy,— At his residence, St, Andrews, Minto, on 22nd May, Thomas Healy, in his 42nd year. " Sweet Jesus have mercy on his soul." In Memoriam     Feld. — In loving memory of my dear wife, Harriet Ann Feld, who departed this life 10th June, 1895. A precious one from us is gone, How sad was tho time when you passed from us away.     Much we loved her, much we mourn, Oh!how hard it was to part ; But why should we in anguish mourn, We will meet in heaven to part no more. Inserted by her loving husband and   children. Veness. — In loving memory of my dear   mother, Ann Veness, who died June 16, 1895, aged 77.   Inserted by her loving daughter, L. Hawkey.

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Camden Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

- Oamdea Police Court.; - - a i Saturdajr June 20th, before MesBrs 'J'.' Lakeman and C. Furner J.J. - ? Mr. W. Alliilgham solicitor, ? rii^de japplication On behalf of Alfred Kurtz who ;was recently convicted for sly grog selling ;at Werombi;-that Kurtz might be liberated 'urider the First Offenders Prohibition Act.' The bench granted the application arid the defendant was discharged' on entering into s'bona in nimseit ior trie sum ol bzb tp be of good behaviour for the space of 12 months, and to report himself once in every three months to the officers in charjge of police, Camden.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Correspondence. ? Inland Penny -Post; on ihe motion of i Alderman Griffiths it was decided that the. whole of the Aldermen sign the petition ?forwarded. The Works Committees' report on. the Gorman's road was adopted. The date of the appeal court' for rates was' ?fixed for the 15th July'next. Alderman' Griffiths motion, that the foot paths in-the town be repaired and tar painted by the maintenance- men at a cost not exceeding £100,- was by the wish of - the mover allowed to etand over for a future meeting of the Council. The Mayor announced that the indebted ness to the -bank, to - June 10th was £162 . 19s I Id.- '' Alderman Coleman's motion, that 50 yards of maintenance .metal' be procured for the Elderslie.road at'a. sum not exceeding £121 Os Od, 'was allowed to stand over for' a- Works' Committee' to' report thereon, it. being considered that more' improvements iin the road were required then that moved for. Alderman Coleman moved that steps be taken to construct a new bridge. i'n...

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

daifi&en Municipal Council. An adj oxisned meeting of the Cataden Council was h6Mjon Wedtiesda}',- 1 8th inst. ^ The Mayor (Alderman W. C. Furner J.P.) presided. Alderman G. Cleveland was the only Alderman abs9iit. The minutes ofj the previous meeting of the Council after 'some discussion were read and confirmed. Alder man Frier called attention to the mode adopted for the election ox Couiim C4erk, has he ^considered that the' Council had no right to elect their offifier by ballot, especially Sb'as clauses 56!aild 105 stated that the voting should' b^'by sli'ow of hands, he would like the ruling of the Mayor, and a correct record made, ^'tHere'Ti^dnf^ir.'iSo suspension of the by-law by motion as required; . . ? The: Mayor said that Alder marl' Frier shoidd-have. given notice of his motion. Alderman Frier said that' this was a meeting to transact the adjourned business and not a special meeting, he then' gave notice of motion 1 Alderman Gri'ffiths said Alderma'h' Frier was qu...

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(To THE EDITOR.) Camden, June 18th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

(To The Editor.)' Gatndeti; June 18th, 1896. Sir, — Permit me thi'ougK the medium of yoiir widely read and' circulated newspaper to express my surprise at the - appointment of the gentleman' elected to -the position of Council Cierk, inspector of 'works, and inspector of nuisances for . the Mtfnicipal District of Cumden. In justice to the gofitlerfieri who made appli , £ ? il. _ ? * „ 1.1 ? r _ i l,\ ?utLiiou iur me posuiou curoug'a an advertise ment in thre public press, doubtless they thought they would' receive that fair play . -which is characteristic of the' English race, and doubtless thought a gentleman with the 'best qualification and abilities woul'd1 Be' appointed to the position. I think it the duty of the Aldermen who voted for the successful candidate to' explain to the rate * .payers, who pay the' extra money for the . creation of the office of inspector' of works, the qualifications tho elected candidate 'the ratepayers are to my mind, fully well a ware tlm-t he does ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

. Correspondence. It must he distincthj' understood that we do not endorse the opinions of our eorre spondents although Hie ate glad' to publish letters.

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Camden Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

OamdenjDairy OQmpnay. An extraordinary- general meeting of share-, holders in tlie abovo was ;heid in the School ,of Arts, qn ,Fi;iclay afternoon, l9thJune, £he 'attendance being satisfactory, about 1.2 j absent shareholders being represented by ?proxy. * Iff.. TT T'- ? /V *U ' ? ml , J *.» jl » -XvuovtJa ^uiiairuuttJLi j 'jjicaiuou, and explained the business of the meeting i ?was to ratify certain resolutions carried at i previous extraordinary general meetings. (Firstly, the authorising of the sale of the; ? company's property. They would notice, by; ; ithe. -circular forwarded to each, that.the-sum i of £400 had been offered for the whole of the assets. The property was duly ad vertised ;and tenders invited, but.no tender ?was received. A gentleman however, -came1 forward and offered the sum mentioned, -wbich still stands good, and they had now »to decide whether it should be accepted. It. was a very important matter they werey dealing with, and .although personally 'ho ?conside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

A £ood:leadi-:; ' y — ' — W'1 / ? I 'J'.csj Price . !n— ,(3^,.'; ! -is held by Cigarettes. ' «— ? — — HIM— 1 1 ?? ? ? ? ?????* I : ;^;]3R01^NELL ' & Co., COF THE ARGYLE ST'efllE, CAMDEN, . 1^:E.G 'TO .ANNOUNCE '.THE3T HAVE -OPENED XJP U SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP BaLDTONS' . ' . 'Wools, jn .all .Shades. Also the Best Assortme^of Djiebs^Iaterm) -out op Sydney, and at less, ' -than iCit.y Prices. M nice ra^ge op ^ltcoes, Sheetings and Flannel- . ' , ?ETTE, TR01I 1/l^DOZ. / 100 /oz. I.Ien'3 )^HLRTS, EXTRA VALUE, Is EACH. \Good T.wjeed Marv^op C^eIiWss at 15/6. Men's Clothing, .Boots and .S^es in Great Variety, at lzss 'than Sydney Prices. p 1 :Special lines in Blankets, -commencing at 5/6 pair. AT THE ARGYLE STORE, (LATE DOHST'S) BROWHELL & Co. f ' / QUJGAR, 0ANE for^al^by -fee acre, -or half-acre, £3 a really good crSp/agi-iu first-class condition. 0. Kelloway, jkount-Huiiter. rpo LET — In Upper ^Burragorang, 1121 acres of J land, securely ferfced.gror sheep or cattle, wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Zander & sons- eucalypti- extract Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty ithe King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign A.ftairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at 'Melbourne, 14fli March, ? 1S7S. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. IKS' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics Jitfversities all over the Globe. There are imitations o£ Eucalypti Extract in the' market, products of simple distillation, forming crude rejitious oils. In order that thest? crude oily may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti . Extract, which is recognised .by the medical division of the Prussian ?Q-overnme'nfc to be of perfectly pure origin, ae per information forwarded to -us through ithe Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take :* /- It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Gieifs.w.ald (Prussia), und ~epor.ted by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar- : macology at Bonn, and Frofessor. Dr. Mosler, Director ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Commercial. Tuesday's sale in Camden was not by any means so good as usual, owing to the heavy rainfall and the difficulty of crossing tho river. Mr. Inglis had ', his usual supporters, and the cattle offered realised good , prices. A lot, however, of prime quality, offered by Mr. Butler of The Oaks, .were with drawn, but were subsequently sold privately to Mr. : Mcintosh. Messrs Inglis and Sons, Sydney, report as follows in farm and dairy produce : — Prime oaten-, hay, per cwt, 5s to 6s 6d ; prime oaten chaffy 4-s Od to 'fis ; lucerne hay, 2s 6d to 3s ; maize, 2s to 2s 3d ; wheat,'- 3s to 3s 9d ; sucking pigs, 3s 9d to 6s . 3d ; i turkeys, 4s 3d to 9s 9d ; geese, 4s 3d to 5s 6d , : ducks, 3s 6d to 4s/10d ; fowls, 2s 3d to. 3s 10d ; factory butter, Sd to lOd ; dairy hufcter, 7£d to lOd ; pastry butter, 6d to 7d; eggs, l.s Id to Is 4d ; bacon, 4d to 5|-d ; cheese, 2jd to 4Jd. Milch eows.— Hot many forward, aud. prices showed a slight improvement. Milch cows, from £3 15 to £11 $ 'dry ...

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Gippsland Chemist Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

?^ippsland Chemist Failed j A few months ago Mr. Stephen Hollands, snr., I '.Holland's Landings, G-ippsUml, went to a iGii^ps ?. laud chemist and explained to him that toe was ' suffering from a severe attack of kiducy disease; and asked him if Warner's. S.-ifo Oure wa-- anw; ''sod for these conipl'inta.' The dhemist pooh p&' at the idea and said, ' 1 will make you up a: mix- ? ture that will soon nut vou richt ' ' Here is his experience : ' Tho chemist made up . the medicine; I used it as directed,. and it failed to benefit me. 'I then procure 1 and used Warner's Safe Cure and lw.o~bottles cured me.' ' Few chemists would du ,ao vtliis,-;. Gippsland chemist did, hut when you Avaut ailvice of tiiia kind, go .to one who has 'uo axe 'to grind,'' Waruer's Safe -.Cure is sold by chemists .antbg, medicine .vendors every, where, and;nevcr .fails, .

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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

;Burragorang^ [FROM OUR OWN COJlGESPOND.-ENT.j \ ; During the month 01 May, 04/4 gallons of milk were treated at our factory, and ? after paying all expenses, which are Irept down to the lowest limit'., £93 remained to be distributed to the suppliers. Heavy rain commenced here at 2 a.m. 011 Monday, and continued without inter mission until 8 p.m., when to the surprise, of .us all a heavy fal! of snow occurred and ? lasted for over an hour and a. half. The snow lay on the ground some six inches deep in .places. This is the first time show has been known to fall in- the valley, and and very ^w of our residents have seen snow before; the children were surprised and alarmed Our farmers have a great: supply of sorghum this y;?ar wherewith 'to ? feed their cattle. The Wollondilly river is rising very fast, and the boat has bean brought -into requisition. ? : ? ' As I write the thermometer reads 36 degrees.

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

* , 'Breveties. f t j The steamer Drummond Castle -with 24^ ^ souls on. board, has been iota.lv wr(,ck(y) off .the coast, of .France. Three survivors only saved, one a passenger . named. - Marquardfc the well known .violinist. The surviv(jrs clung to a 'basket- and a |)lauk )) ' and drifted for ten hour* before being res* cued. The vessel tank in three minutes v after sti.ikiug a rock. | . The Australians have now played 12 matches in Eu^land, winniny: seven, and/' losing two, whilst three weie drawn..-' ? ? Japan has been visited wi;h alarming earthquake shocks followed by a diaas r »ns 'tidal wave, which swept .over and devastat ed vast tracts of land. One .thousand people perished. ? . Mr. Lyne has moved a motion ot'eensnre and would certainly be .pushed to. a vo;.ei5 the labour party ? it is expected will support ' - the Government in the present j unci nre., Miiuisterial supporters express themselves- --f quiet confident as to ihe result - of the ' '7i motion of 'censure. ' f| ...

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Cobbitty [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

^obbitiy ? - [From our own correspondent.] Earn .fell here suddenly , on Monday. Early in the morning'there was . little or no signs of rain.; towards daybreak clouds began to rise in the south and south- west. At sunrise a large bright rainbow appeared in the west. Rain commenced at 8 o -.clock and continued all the day. In your issue 0.1 last week your corres pondent stated the. drought had a good tune to wood earters, I think this may equally apply to stone breakers also, the . wet weather means ho stone to break and if they have it to break,, it breaks badly. Quite , a series of accidents occurred this last week ; a lad here had his leg severely cut with a sy the. A young gentleman -on Saturday night when in Kirk ham lane 'his horse became unmanageable and pitched him oft and galloped into town leaving his ? rider to get there the best he could. A horse ran away with a sulky in the bush here, and the sulky was damaged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

A ' . ' LTBRAEY FOR EVERYONE'! ?HOW TO OBTAIN IT FUEii OF COST. V .Sunlight. Soap V, OR, Lifebuoy Soap .| WKAPPE 'COMPETITION. : BOOK PRIZES DURING 1S95. ^Everyone wishing to possess copies of the 1SOOKS —as per list— can obtain thom by sending to Lever ; Bros., Ltd., '232 Clarence -street, Syc;n*y, SUN-- .,,-? LIGHT or: LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or '' !| COUPONS, ; as under, and 4d in stamps.to cover post- / 1', ageor.carr;iage. With the wrappers or coupons euclose /, U full -iiame and address— numbers of wrappers and V the book or books .required. The top part of vj.I wrapper, including the line 'SUNLIGHT or ' LIFE BUOY' SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of tho - ?? whole wrappers. V 5 0 S unligh t W rappers 90 Suuli gh fc Wrappers 1 35 Sunlight Wrappers I SO Sunlight Wrappers - Jlalt-clotli J and Paper ;?'( Cardboard. Covers 1 Book or -2 jBooks (1 2 Books or 4 Books , .3 Books or .6 Books i J 4 Books or ;8 Books f J NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters Yjjf and Sunday school Teache...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

/ Th© Oaks '(From our, own Correspondent.) We experienced on Monday one of the .coldest days on record. At . 4 a.m., the #eni$|||ture was down to 48 deg.-in the . .ba^^Pise before work commenced. About ?the^irawii of day snow began falling, and .shortly afterwards rain commenced falling -very heavily. , A very heavy snowstorm . 1- --*- l» Jl /~\ ** 1 I T 1 - ? . - xeaoneu as lav as dug uaKuaie scuocu ( three -miles from The Oaks) where tbe snow was Jaying two inches deep, and further out .about the top of the Burragorang mountain it is said to bo six inches deep. A carter ;arriving from. Oakdale, brought in a snow ball weighing -Icwl Iqr. I4lbs, which I send ?you to show your friends in Camden. The horses not bein~ used to snow on the ground .could scarce travel over it. Mr, Grundy ?passed through this morning with about - jhalf an. inch on his packhorse, and later on Master Philip jReilly landed with a spring .cart which was literally loaded with snow. ^A youngster out at Marshend ...

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Mr Creer of the Labour Bureau. VISIT TO CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

2£r- Cr^er of tlie Labour Bureau. VISIT TO CAMDEST. it will 'be remembered some few months since that, Alderman Frier moved a re solution in the Council as to the desirability of making application to the Government for the grant of £200 wherewith to find employment to those who were not in work, and generally to relieve- the existing distress in Camden and district. This resolution was unanimously cai'ried by the Aldermen^ and- each spoke on the importance and need of such a grant; . The matter wa& placed in the hands of Mr. Charles Bull* M.P., and correspondence has been going on for some time past between the Mayor (Alderman W. C; Furrier,- J.P.) and the representative of the district. A further step was taken on Saturday morning last, to bring about the desired end, by the arrival of Mr. Joseph Creer, the representative of the Government on the Labour Bureau. Mr. Creer was met at the tram-station by the Mayor, and Aldermen C. T. Whiteman and James Frier, these gentlemen ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

? Motes. Tite outcome of tlie recent deputation of dairymen to Sydney from the various milk supplying districts supplying Sydney daily with milk in order to place their demands, and to state their grievances, as to tlio price, paid for the ihilk supplied before the various managers of the Sydney companies, must be considered or a satisfactory character ; for it has brought about a combined union of the dairymen in the Illawarra,- and -what . is termed, the tableland districts. Instead- — as in the past — :each district having ' an association of; its own, -the delegates appointed at that Sydney meeting from the various milk supply centres, were sufficiently 'wise and discricfc to see that united action was ? absolutely indispensable, and that the whole' Sydney suppliers would carry more weight . and importance from united action than the' individual efforts of one or two/local comb'in aticrns. This united action for the future ivas the only practical outcome of the dele gates ; as w...

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