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United Milk Suppliers' Association. CAMDEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

? United Milk Suppliers' Association. GaMDEN BRANCH. On Saturday evening last a largelj^afv tends'd meeting of the dairymen and farmers in the Camden district was - held at Hennessy's' hotely Mr. ??*$. Ellis occupying; the chair. A letter of apology for the1 absence of. Mr. D. Nott was received. Tbe business of the meeting was to1' con- sider the resolutions adopted a? the confer ence of delegates of t'ie several milk suppliers associations recently held -in Sydney. t (These resolutions or-' rulei ap peared in detail in our issue of the 18th. inst.) And to appoint one representative j from the Camden district to have a seat in the central executive. ? The r resolution were read to the meeting by the 'secretary, and were c. iscussed by the meeting. ?--. - e. On the moiion of Mr. Gregg, seconded by Mr. H. Voore, the rules were unanimously adopted without any alteration whatever. For the election of the representative for the central executive, the names of Mr. H. Moore, Mr. j3. Ellis ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden in the old days. Continued from our last issue. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Camden in tlie old days. Continued from our last issue. . v Having mentioned in a previous -article that it was at one time punishable with death to cross the Cow pasture River in order to protect from molestation the wild cattle, belonging to the Government, which had been discovered there, it is necessary that something- should be said of those cattle. Shortly after the arrival of Governor Phillip and his fleet in 1788, the greater part of the cattle he had brought with him, strayed away from the settlement, and were not seen for many, years afterwards ; when they were discovered about -the Cowpasture River, having in the meantime increased to a vast herd. When found various devices were tried to capture and tame them, but they had become eo wild that every man oauvre failed in a greater or less degree, and at last the Government had to take them as best they could, either dead or alive. Unused to the sight' of man, his presence was enough to scare them, and in their excessive wil...

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

Monangb- j (_From otjb, own Correspondent.] ? i| Tho usual quarter ly meeting of tbe 'Menanglo Amateur Dramatic OJub was held' iin the local hall on Tuesday, 16th instant, ;Mr. A. F. Onslow, $ice President, being in the chair. The minutea of ' the previous -meeting were read and confirmed. The .itreaaurer, Mr. P. -Quirk, mado his quarterly tnnancial . statement. Alter including the. ithe. club's -share 'of £3 10s 9d, the proceeds; -of .the last entertainment, there remained a,. 'balance .in hand of £7 7s lid. The election1 ?of auditors was. then proceeded with and. ?resulted in Messrs A. F, ' Onslow and P.: .tBergin being appointed, and these gentle- 1 men in conjunction with Mr. M. J. KennifE were also elected as a selection and castei ?committee. The meeting was brought to a ^conclusion with a vote of .thanks to -the; ?chairman. » j A meeting of the Menangle Cricket Club ,wa:- also held the same evening, Mr, A. F. ? Onslow again taking tbe chair. From the .?statement made by the S...

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District News. Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

District Hews. ; Westbrook-. ' [From- our own Coreespondent.J The weather $or the past few days has boen extremely cold and wintry with heavy rains. Our young folks intend holding a batchelor's ball iu the public hall ia about a fortnight, , We have a splendid hall, but, it is only used about- gnce in' twelve months. Ahorse race for £5' ? a- side is to be run on Saturday week on the Native cat course, between Mr, J Llofe's Blaaer and Mr. J, I Kello way's Doctor. ? The friends of Mrs S. Ke'loway senr., ' will be glad to hear tbatthat lady is slightly reejvering from her severe illness, /

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

Camden Annual Licensing Court. Saturday, June 20th, before Messrs. J. Lakem.m, and C. Furner J's. P. The .following hotel proprietors in the Camden licensing district made application for the renewal of their licenses : — . Mr, James E. Waterworth, Crown Hotel, Cam den Mr. S. F. Allingham, Commercial Hotel, Camden. Mr. Michael L. Hennessy, Plough and Harrow Inn, Camden. , Mrs Annie French, The Camden Inn, Camden. Mr. E. Powell, The Queen's Arms, Narellan. ' The Sergeant of Police (Sergeant Parker) stated that the Bench would observe in his written report handed to tham, that he raised no objection whatever to the renewal of the above licenses, the management of of these hotels had been very satisfactory indeed f«ir the past twelve months, and he had no complaints whatever to make ; each of the premises were in- good repair and condition, in fact, great improvements had ? been made in each of the hotels, notably, Mr. Watf-rworth's, Mr. Hennessy's, and Mr. Allingham's, the rooms were ...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

'/LOCAL hotes At tlie usual fortnightly meeting of tlie Camden Council held on Wednesday even ing, the Mayor Alderman W. C. Furner, presided. With the exc eption of Alderman G. F. Furner tbe whole of the Aldermen were present. The following accounts 'were passed for payment : T. Curry £2 7s 3d: fe^f.Coui'cil Clerk £14 14s 4-d; L. Bugden, 12s 9d ; J. Ellery 18s 4d ; M. Kelly £-3 ; T. ^ Fox £3 4s 3d ; H. Bugden 12s 9d, the accounts due to Mr. J. Doust £1 los and Messrs Peters and Thompson £4 were held over. . The business. transacted by the Council was purely of a detailed character and of no special import. Alderman Frier's motion as to the Mayor's ruling on the election of the Council Clerk was adjourned' for a fortnight. Telegraphic intelligence has been received from Coolgardie, W.A., that Mr. Crabbe a well known and most highly respected former resident of Camden, died there on , the 21st inst.' PEOPLE WHO KNOW ThercritS of Wolfe's Schuapps are requested to 'assist tli u propriet...

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Mr. Ex-Sheriff Cowper. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Mr- Ez-Shoriff Cowper* ' ; As briefly announce;] in our last issue; for, Charles Cowper has been retired from the position 'of sheriff of New South Wale*, which important position he has held with great judgment and ability for the past 22' years. The past, history of Mr, Cowper is certainly an eventful one and clearly demon strates what a man can do ; and as gentleman is well known in the Carhron district, having resided for nanny years at Kirkham and at Wivenhoe. (The late Mrs, Cowper was buried at Cob bitty Church in 1894.) A shol't account of his career will be read with much interest. Mr, Cow pet 's t.wo sons, Mr. W. R. Cowper, J. P., the local , manager of the Commercial Bank, and Mr. F- R, Cowper, solicitor, have both largely: identified themselves with the well being^atTlv1^ prosperity of Camden — the former gentleman) especially so. We wish Mr. Ex-Sheriifj Cowper renewed strength wherewith to enjoys his well earned rest from such hard working I and exacting past. ]l The ret...

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

The Flood in Camden. Camden on Monday last, the 22nd inst, will be a day that will long be remembered for its extreme coldness and heavy rains, On Sunday, gusts of wind sprang up at intervals from the south west; the sun shone out brilliantly and the atmosphere was keen and sharp. By daylight -on Monday the sun arose with an intense brilliancy, and was noted oy many lor its peculiar and phenomal appearance, with two distinct rainbows, being backed by dense clouds. Before seven o'clock rain began to fall with great volume and:, continued without (inter mission until near midnight. The natural result expected was that there would be a flood.. The Nepean starred to rise during Monday, and on Tuesday morning, between 7 and 8 the waters reached to the level of the bridge, and from that time the bridge was impassable to vehicular and other traffic; the morning tram stopped on the Elderslie side, and the boat— manned by Messrs Taplin and Brasher— ^-was brought into requisition, The boat is...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

EELIGIQUS SERVICES. s ? Ohuroh of England. Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev U. J. King, \li.Uj -- Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King ? Menangle— at 7 p m, Captaia -Onslow Thompson '? Westbrook— at S p.m, Rev C.,,T. King Theresa Park— nt 11.15 a.m., Rev J. F. Russell Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. P. Russell. Oobbitty— atll a.m. Rev G. H. Allnutt Narellan — at 3 p m, Rev G. H. Allnutt Cabramatta — at 8 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward. Wesleyan. Camden -^at II a.m, Mr. H. Doust '' Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell - Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Glenmore— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Caldwell Gienmore— at 6.30 p.m. Mr. J. Bensley - - Westbrook— at 6 30 p.m, Mr, H Bevis Picton— at 3 p.m, Mr. Austin' . Campbelltown— at 3 p.m. M-. H. Bevis Menangle — at 11 a.m, Mr. H. Besis Primitive, ? . Camden —at 11 a.m., Rev R; Mowbray : Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray Bob's Ranger- at 3 p.m, Mr. H. Doust Theresa Park-yat 3 p.m, iiev R. Mowbray ? Eoman Oatholio- ' Camden— Mass at 11 a.m, Evening Devotion at 7. The Oaks — Mass ...

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

BriEAKFAST-SUPPEtl.' ;--^'''t-..p P.. ' Q lL_}& ^ » %as/~. ^aaa^ 'M : G ;» AT E ;-'U L-M30 M'FCf. T I N G.' ;:cro co A - COILING WAfER' 6r MILK.. ? \f\-y ???: . . -? .? y ? ? ; ? . £-|jp R SALE BY T E Iff'D EE of 435 acred, 290 sores cleared land, and all Mcurely fouced-'..6£. miles from Oamdou Refrigerat ii g ..WorKu, ui:d '2-i mi.'es ft'om Cobbitty Bit'er ?Fiiorory. '.vrh frontage to Nepean riveiv Home v hu ad, Hiifi orchard . Any person wishing' to. inspect H e farm will be met at tlie. Camden station- on ''making arrangenwu ts with . the undersigned Senders to bo in the hands of the underdigue'L Lieiore Saturd.ty, August 1 , 1896. .-?' . JOHN WALLACE, a- . Westwood, . Br'owhlow Hill. Arthur Hideout, ? :i - steam saw Mills, weromSl I Hal'dwood Timber of every description _ .ioli'vered to uny part of the district at' cur- : lent prices. . . ? ? iTon^ue- grooved Hriing and'flooriiig boards, bardwood) supplied. Orders may be left i / ' 1 Mill, or W. C. Furner, Camden. f -- ....

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Camden Postal Information, Arrivals prom : uawdor — acl'1.45a.ift BroWnlowHill— 6;pvnii. The Oaks— 6 p.m, Mount Hunter— 6' p'im3 Burragorang— 6':p.m Liverpool — 7.25' p;m, Monday.3: to! Fridays, on Saturdays-at 7.52 p.m.; Narellan— 11. 35' a.m daily and 7.-25 p.m fromMon days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m; Campbelltown— ditto ditto' Granville— ditto- ditto Sydney-^' ditto ditto* 1 1 Mails closk for s- . Brownlovv Hill— 1 1.45 a. m The Oaks— 1*1.45 a. m- ; Burragoramg— 11.45 a.nv . ; ? Mount SiTiitCr— 11.45 a m', ? Liverpool — 8.85 a.m daily j Narella'n — 8.35 a.m, and 2.20' p:nv daily 'Cam^ybeHtowii— 8i35''».m, : and 2.20 p;m daily Granville— S-So'a-.m-, a^d 2.20 p.mdaily Sydney— 8.35 a'. m, aAd;5.-50 pirn- daily. Cawdor— Monday, VVedn'esday' aud- Friday at 12.15 p.m. T.P.G/: South— 5.50 p.m daily. (Sundrty'sr ex- , cepted.) ?? .? ? ; ? Jitters posted in Camden before 8 30 a tn, a delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in x Sydue 6unfl?.y excepted) En^lig)) mail made up every Monda...

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CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

CAMDEN MOUNTED RIFLES. Saturday, Tune 27fcQ-— AI 2 P.Mm x)Jxlljij ORDER. DISMOUNTED. IVage Caps. Guard ,and fcentry Duty, . ? ? - ? ? ..——i. j. i ?!

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

' Wiat-isHhat^Cfe^ &ing$ It seems like an absurdity, yet it is true all the same. I mean that yoif might have a cellar full of |Wood aiitf cd'al and still shiver with cold; and you 'woiild if it were not for one thing-. c Oh, that is so obvious,' you insiy; say. It is hardly' wbrfch' whifg' to hint at it. . Anybody . can see it with His ejes^shut. All the better for me then ; I shan't have to explain. And by the same sharpness j ou will be able to piek out!the important point iii' two short letters I am ^ab^'afttii 'copy . for you.--' The first runs thus : ' In December, 1890, my daughteri (Mrs. M. J. Muther) -got into a low, weak,, nervous condition. Do what she , would she could loot' get' -up' h6r strength: Gradually' sh^ wasted away until' evetyohe' th'oirght ; she was in a decline, and had not long?'to live. In fact, she was so low and dejected she did not care whether she lived or ;not. She1 was 'under a do'ctor for' six' month's, but ?his medioineS dither1 no good. My...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 25 June 1896

Forthcoming Engagements jam den Municipal Council meets every alternate Wednesdays 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 of Akts, Comiiittek Meeting 2nd . Tuesday in each month. Lending library ► branch, Tuesday and 'Friday evenings from 7 to 8,-aucl on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. fc' Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be held at Campbelltown on the 27th October 1896. Auction Sat.es Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce,: etc., every Tuesday, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. (Quarterly Licensing Court at Court House, Campbelltown on July 11 at 10 a.m. ? Camden Reserve Rifle Club. Mr. Allingham's trophy and club -prizes. Jutie 27th at the local ran «-e. ' Picton Local Laud Board, Meeting, Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. - ,

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

[A CARD,] '? jg ' W. ALL X G H 'A M ?Attorney, solicitor & conveyancer, Commissioner for Affidavits* hk '? ABGYLE S'TE^ET, CI A MID E.N. ; -r ' . ? ? , i1*. _____ ^ -K.B. — All courts- visited if: required, V? -a ? : ? ? : ? : [A OABD.;] *? (Q H A R L E S B U L L, ? * , SOLICITOR, .15TQ, * , ' } Barristers' Coucfc, ' J ' 'Elizabeth Street, near King Street, ? . ' „ SYDNEY. . ? * „ ? ? i ? ? — - — ; ? ; ? . ? \ . . . :E f& A- L. MR, F. R. COWPER, . .. ? , Solicitor, '&c., I. - ; ll9, (First Floor) .Post Office Chambers, i .? ?v,vv ?- ' ? .lldi Pitt Street, Sydney. . r v x-l - . .'V ~ ?? ' ?f- 'e- - i- - * -. .» ' ? . -vi- - , ? M, M. b'ASbY- IRVINE, iB. A ^ *v- .ATl-ufWiBY, SOLXOITOJR, ConVEY AWCER, ' ? ? £ , , j twill visit -Camden every Saturday, and may:' he consulted -at 'Room'9 next to Mr. Small's, {(late Noak'es and 'Small, Camden. i- ' ' ' * .'Lands Work transacted. Land Boards = and all other Courts attended w.here re ?tained. '. Address by letter or t...

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

!? '. SMITH BROS, ' OOAOHBUILDERS &VGENERAL 'SMITHS, &is.' ' All kinds of vehicles made aacl repaired. ' Horses carefully shod; . Work'1 guaranteed eqial'to ' any i n the distriof.' ' ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, ' riexit to Mr. Frier's, 'Jew'ener'.' / ,-^r r ii ii' r a m(. ? w a n' I ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN,' . ? - BAKER GROWER AND CONFECTIONER?' : i Weddings, Pic-rnics,' &b., 'catered for. ' Wedding Cakes a speciality. W. CVi U K N EB, ?? TIMBER MERCHANT, ? A^gtle' Street, ? 6 A M D E N' G-. F. Furner,'- . Builder, ai-td Co n't u AfcTOR^ H I- E L SV''T R-E 'E-'T, O A M D. E N4' Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Building' Materials. ; Bfepairs executed on the shortest notice. ' JCOSTIGAN, of Argyle Street;' Cam'den,' has,' ? for sale 2 new waggonettes, and one second band wag-ohettj^, also 2 or 3 horse drays, spring, carts new : and second hand. sHas also soveral1 sulkies and buggies for'sale, new and 'second hand. ' Also sulkies and buggies' in' Course of c...

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

'? '-..Jv.. i ? ? * ? V '? ' ./ '*?' V \ . * ? ' ' The Camden M0W& ' ? , ^ \V' ' '?* lias a LARGE Ct R'CU L ATIO'N in every Dl-ST RECT ih tlie E t #6 T'o R A^T E: ADVERTISING TERMS, J .*? s ,-r^ FIRST INCH . ...' 3a *' - 1 ' EACH SUCCEEDING- INCH ... 2a ?* ' - ? ? ' ? ' , - , - , Special arrangements for confixiubu's advertisetidfi^sl' - . 5 «?' -1^1 *— r— — I,, mi inmnriiwrTTnr* 5 v t , ^ 9 f ' ' '** '* ~ ~ ^ ' v- V* - ' ' /' ' —THE— ' Camden News JofoPrintinf Plant Is varied and large, and the greatest care ia taken to; see th&t the work is well and* prta^tly d' ; '? BILLHEADS CIRCULARS . v ' POSTERS ' CONCERT TICKETS5 ' ' * ' ' BUSINESS CARDS BALL PROGRAMMES' £ CONCERT PROGRAMMES' VISITING CARDS ; _ TAGS ^ RECEIPT BOOKS- ~ -T J'''*' /fc , MILK CARDS ' ' ;r jfcEMO FORMS ' \VV' \ i -^W-avv?.. ORDER BOOKS' .* * - « f a4-„ ' t P' J * ? 6to., etc. Kindly send your orders for printing to J - _ ' \nMr7, ' ' THE CAMDEN NEWS, WRITE OR CALL FOR ESTIMATES. - ?-y& \ ?...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896

Breveties. H, Brown of Idaho, U. S., has the long est moustache of any living man. It measures 9ft. from tip to tip, 4£ft. each way from the centre of the lip. This moustache is famous throughout the States. The beard is also exceptionally long1. Fifty six million acres of lancl in New South Wales are possessed by 6S6 people. The statement is official. Enough diamonds to load two large coal trains, and having a total weight of 60.000 000 carats, and valuation of about £75,000, ~ 000, have been taken out of the Cape diamond fields since their discovery in 1867. Matches were first invented in 1839, and it is estimated that 75,000,000 a day are burned by the people ot the United States. Mr. H. M. Stanley, M. P., the famous African explorer, is dangerously ill. The Pope has issued an encyclical, stat ing that no concession as to doctrine or discipline can b© made to secure a re-union of the Churches, and asserts that the only mode of obtaining Christian re-union is the absolute submissi...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896

Commercial. W Inglis and Son's Sydney report as follows on farm and dairy produce: — Prime oaten hay, per cwt. 5s Od to 5s 6d ; prime oaten chaff from 4a !0d to 5s Id ; lucerne hay 2s 6d to 8s 2d ; maize 2s 2d to 2s 3d per bush1! ; wheat 3s 3d to 3s 6d ; sucking pigs 4s Od to 6s Od each; cook turkeys 7s 6d to 9s Od per pair ; hen turkeys 4s 6d to 5s 3d ; geese 5s Od to 6s ; ducks 4s to 5s 3d ; fowls 2 ft 6d to 4s Od ; factory butter 9|d to lOd per lb ; dairy butter 9d to lOd ; pastry batter 6d to 7| ; Eggs Is Od to Is 2j?d per dozen; bacon 4d to 5d per lb ; cheese~2J to 4£d. Milch cows. — The market oponed dull bub two country buyers purchasing largely materially assisted to keep up values. Milch cows from £3 to £9 ; dry cows fiom 15s to £3 ; Calves. — The supply was only moderate aad the market very brisk, especially for prime quality. Prices from 5s 6d to 35s. Pigs. — number forward r.ofc excessive, sales were dull and dragging without improvement. Prices from 4s id to 35s. There ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896

Official Correspondence The following communications have been leeeived from Mr. Charles Bull, M.P. Sydney, 26th June 1 896. Sir, — Referring to your communication of the 3rd instant in which you bring under notice the necessary for some alterations to the Post Office at Camden, I am directed I to inform you that, an inspector of this Department having visited Camden in con nection with . the matter, the Postmaster General has approved of the Works Depart ment being requested to have the sum of £150 placed upon the estimates for 1896-7, in order to provide for the erection of a servant's room, and the renovation of the existing premises, and this has accordingly been done. Yours, &c., ' S. W. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General. Public Works Department, - Sydney, 23rd June, 1896. Date of letter under reply : — 11th instant. Subject: — Asking when tenders will be invited for the proposed bridge over Stone Quarry Creek, Picton. Reply : — Tenders for this work will probably be i...

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