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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
The Camden News ' j.v v : ' -T . j Has a LARGE CIRCULATION in every DISTRICT in the ELECTOR ATE ADYERTISIN Gr TERMS. FIRST INCH ... ? EACH SUCCEEDING IKOH ... 2s ? - V Spooial arrangements for oontintiona advertisements. —THE— Camden News Job Printng Plant la varied and large, and the greatest oare is taken to see that the work is well and pomptlyd BILLHEADS CIRCULARS POSTERS CONCERT TICKETS BUSINESS CARDS BALL PROGRAMMES CONCERT PROGRAMMES VISITING CARDS TAGS RECEIPT BOOKS MILK CARDS MEMO FORMS ORDER BOOKS etc., etc. Kindly send yotrr orders for printing to THE OAMDEN NEWS, WRITE OR CALL FOR ESTIMATES. Office: Argyle St., Camden. ?? »gy- Purchasers should look to the Label on the Pots and Boxes. J if the address is not 633, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, they are spurious, «&BEST/ Pyy\ 'mSB S»W2RMc-\ J ?bvd for circular or ask your \ I f itorekeepe* to get you one . . \ ? /. t , I FROM ^ \ / 7?C I^ft 4 L *JL if 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarket), SYDNEY 1 lUf !nnn-mn & 1 0 64 B0URK...
RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
KELIG-IOUS SEE VI CBS. Church of England. Cobbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev G-. H. Allnutt (H.C.) Narellan — at 7 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Rev G-. H. Allnutt Camden — at 9.45 a.m, Children's service. Qimden — at 11 a.m., Rev C. J. King. (H.C.) Gamdea — at 7 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell. Mer.angle — at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Park — at 3 p.m., Mr. F. W A. Downes Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King (H.C.) Moreton Park — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Wesleyan. Camden— at II a.m, Rev R. Caldwell Camden— at 7 p.m, Mr. W. Smart Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore GHenmore — at 11 a.m, Mr. J, E. Moore GHenmore — at 6.30 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Westbrook — at 2 30 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Soman Catholic. Camden — Mass at 9 and 11 a.m, Evening Devotions at 7. The Oaks — Mass at 1 1 a. m
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
In Memoriam. Peat. — In. affectionate remembrance of my beloved wife, Miriam Martha, who departed this life July i, 1890, at Camden, aged 25 years. A precious one from us is gone, A voice we loved is stilled ; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled.' Inserted by her loving husband, J . Peat. Peat. — In affectionate remembrance of my beloved daughter, Miriam Martha Peat, who departed this life July 4, 1 890, aged 25 years. Happy are th faithfnl dead, Blessed who in Jesus die; They from all their toils are free, In G-od's keeping safely be. Inserted by her loving mother, H. Page.
LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
LOCAL NOTES The Camden Philharmonic Society lield their sixth concert in the School of Arts last evening. The attendance was most satis factory. The concert was highly ap preciated, the audience being critical, but not over demonstrative. Full account will be given in our next issue. A serious accident befel Mr. J. McGuire, of Narellan. He was employed at Mr. D. Nott's saw mills, and by some means his hand came in contact with the saw, the re sult being that one of his fingers was cut off, or was so badly damaged as to require its amputation. The hand was also ba-? ly out. Mr. MoGuire is progressing satis factory. Our Narellan correspondence only arrived as we were going to press, and consequently is held over to our next issue. Another of the most enjoyable Camden Band Socials was held on Thursday last and was well attend and highly appreciated. Mr. J. J. Curren as usual ably acted as -M.O. The ' Penny Magazine' of 12th Marsh, 1836, in commenting on grapes, says : — 'One plant, the...
Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
Forthcoming Engagements Jamden 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, Committee Meeting : — 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, daily from 7 to 8 p.m, and on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoons from 3 to 4.30. 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, from 1.30 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Iuglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Quarterly Licensing Court at Court House, Campbelltown on July 11 at 10 a.m, at Picton on July 24 at 11 a.m.
Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
Camden Postal Information-. Arrivals from: , 1 Cawd'or — at 11.45 a. m \ Brownlow Ilill— 6 p,m, '. ? ? \ The Oaks — 6 p — 6 p.m ? ? ! Brirrag'orang— 6 p.m Liverpool— 7.-25 p;m, Mondays to Fridays^' on Saturdays at 7.52 p.tn.:. - Narellrtn— 11.35- a.-in daily and 7;2o p.m from STon days to- Fridays, on fSaturdaya at 7/52 p.m Campbelltown— : -ditto ditto ? 1 Granville — ditto _ ditto 1 Sydney — , ditto ditto Mails close for s Brownlow Hill — 11.45 a.m The Oaks— 11.45 a.m Burragorang — 11. 4.5 a.m Mount Hunter — 11.45 a.m, Liverpool — 8.35 a.m., daily -, ? . Narellan— 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily ©ampbel^town— 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- 7 1 p.m- daily. 'Cawdor— Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. T.P-.O. South— 7 p.m daily.' (Sunday's ex cepted.) . Letters posted in Camden before & SO a m, and delivered per., 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney : Sunday excepted) English mail made up every Monday at 8. SO a.-...
Camden Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
? Camden Public Sohool. The half-yearly distribution of prizes in connection with the Camden Public School took place on Friday last at the conclusion of afternoon school, a number of parents being present. - Prise list : Dux of school, W. W all. ?? -U pper 4th Fred Harris (E. Henry prox. ac'c.). ' ' ; ' ???: ? . Mid'lle 4th Mitchell Campbell, Florrie Young. . - ?? Lower 4th Harold Harris, Amy Wasson. '4th' homework, Ma'rthft .Ni-thery. i.- Upper Svd Harry Griffiths; 1, ' Clarissa ?' Whiteman 1', Perey Furner 2, Minnie New ' 2'. v -;:v ' ' ,!? Upper 3rd homework, Bertha Cranfield. ' Lower 3rd Harold Ans'.-n -1,' Alice. Bridg man 1,- W. Nethery 2y 'Vilda Whiteman 2. 2nd ' class j Neville Griffiths '1,' Charles Bulls '2, Pearl Ellis- 1, Janet Hunter 2. 1 st U pper ' Roy Doust, Leila Packha in . !: '1st Lower Cecil Stuckoy, Janet Smifchv I r' ^ ? ? ? — ? ...J,,-- 1 - ';'The reciMit-bnllot at. Newcastle^ concerning i the -wivlmstn^RS of tho miners to-rijturn ; :to i'W'rk-.at-t.ho \ ha.i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT \ Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King .of: Italy, as per communication: made by the 'Minister for, Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul- General for. ^ Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878., Awarded Diploma' at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. ]RR,J Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products, of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for oiir Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which- is recognised by, the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, -as per .information forwarded tb us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1S?3- we take :?- /- , . It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and' Greifswald (Prussia), und '©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar- - macology at1 'Bonn,. and Professor Dr. Mosler, . Di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
''V : [A CARDJ ' ' ' T jg. W. A LIiIN^H AM Attorney, solicitor & conveyancer, 'Commissioner for Affidavits, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. ?'N.B. — All courts (visited if required, 1 ¥~' ; ? '[A CABD.]J A R L E S BULL, N| . .SOLICITOR, ETC, j ' Barristers' Court, - - Elizabeth Street,, near King , Street, 1 i SYDNEY. ? ' : ?T ... ' E & ' A L. ' MB, F. B COWPER., ' SOilOITOE, &C., - . 15, (First Floor) Post Office Chambers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. M- M. D'ABGY-IRVINE, B.A AttoeneYj Solicitor, Conveyancer, \&c., &c., —will visit Camden every Saturday, and may be consulted at Booms next to Mr. -Small's, ..((late Noakes and Small, Camden. . liands Work transacted. Land Boards aud all other Courts attended where re t .tftioed. ^ Address by letter or telegram, Macquarie Street, Liverpool. ; The . Camden Inn, ; ? . . CAMDEN. MBS. A. FRENCH, ((Lg.te of Leiclihardt, Sydney, and recently of tli, ! Commercial Hotel, Camden.) . This FAMILY HOTEL, the oldest and ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
In the Mereadool cases, the. Gunnedah Land Board fVnds . that false .declarations were made when applying for! th'e land, and; that most- iof the 'evidence given ^b'y the parties at the time of the confirmation waa #so iai&e, '1 he foitVritur.e of tho 14 Mereadool s'electiot'.s *3 recoulmended
(TO THE EDITOR.) Western Australian Gold Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
(To The Editor.) Western' Australian Sold Helfts-. We have received the following interest ing '.'communication from Mr. P. H, IJope dated from the Skey Mo mine, Goongarrie, ' W. A., June 4th 1896 ; — Knowing a great many people of the Camden district are interested iii ! Ooolgardie I take the pleasure in writing: a few lines respecting: Ooolgardie, as I have found it. A great many people coming here are under the impreasion^when tbey get to Ooolgardie they will obtain work and have not to seek it, they cannot make a greater mistake., there is., .no work r whatever. In Ooolgardie hundreds of people come no further, tliey then' ' turn, back and/ go. home again., there are hundreds of men out - 'of ' employment at Ooolgardie, Oalgoorlie and a good many other places, and each are i- ^byei stocked with labour. The wages vary from £3 10s Od to £4 0s Od a week, no doubt the money looks hi^rh to any person that -has inot_. been here. The hardships a man has to go through, the wages 'paid d...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
(To the Editor.) Sir,— Kindly permit me to monopolise space in your valuable journal to direct attention to the noble and charitable - work being carried on in the metropolis by the; Sydney City. Mission, and invoke pratieal sympathy for same. - In. Sydney, j terrible distress prevails among the poor, who, m many instances, are* foodless, and entirely destitute of the commonest; necessaries of life. In so-called hop) os of some families, no blankets, or bed-clothing of, any kind are visible, and such comfort as fires ' on cold wintry nights is'not known. Some exceedingly sad cases are cited by. a noble band of ladies and gentlemen who go into all the slums and allies of the .city to nurse the sick, to clothe the naked, to feed the hungry., and to sho.w' the unfortunate ones real sympathy iu every form whilst they quietly point out to them the great-plan of salvation. Two or three instances as follows : — Poor Mrs R. is living, in an old stable with her husband and sis, children. The...
(TO THE EDITOR.) Sydney, 23 June, 1896 [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 July 1896
\Cto the editor.) Sydney, 23 June, 1896 Sir, — Observing, by the ' News' that the ^?/Narellan people are negotiating with1 the .Chafer1- and Sewerage Board for a water : -supply, I would like to bring under your notice that Camden does not seem, to be alive to the fact that by Narellan arranging for a separate water supply, an important source of income in relation to the Camden water , supply will have been removed, and that by combining with Narellan, the cost of a water supply capable of meeting the requirements of the Municipalities would be materially reduced to both. If Oamden. possesses the enterprise and foresight enough it will see the advantage of con structing the scheme at once and coming to : terms with Narellan for supplying that place with water at a stated annual sum, say, £60. This would considerably lessen the cost of a wa'er supply for Oamden, while it would give Narellan water at half the cost pro posed to be levied by the W. and S. Board. As you are no doubt awa...
Death of Harriet Beecher Stowe. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896
' Death of Harriet Beecher Stowe- j The death is announced of Mrs. Harriet ! Beecher Stowe, the authoress of ' Uncle Tom's Cabin,'' at the age of 84. The author of ' Uncle Tom's Cabin' was born, on the 14th June, 1812 at Litchfield, Oon nectient, U. S. of A. Nine of the Beechers were authors. Perhaps the most prominent was the Rev Henry Ward Beecher, the well-known preacher. Mrs Stowe's married life is described as one of ' equable and sober happiness. J.here was a humeri o us offspring. In 1850 Mrs Stowe made her first success. The agitation for negro .amancipation was then at its height, and without any expectation of reward, she con tributed to an anti-slavey newspaper, the ''National Era,' the celebrated story | 'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' as a serial. Not, however, at first was any attention oiven to this remarkable production. Mrs. Stowe became desirious of publishing it in book form ; but for a long time sought in vain for a publisher. The book was first printed by a Boston printer....
They wondered to see him. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896
They wondered to see Mm ' I could not move a yard without help. I can new walk for miles.' There is certainly a. very sharp contrast1 between these two statements. When we see a person who, because of his illness, is unable to move a yard without help, we do not expect to meet him on the road and on foot miles from home, soon thereafter; if indeed, we meet him at all. At least we should regard these extremes, con sidered as within the experience of 'the same man, ai)Yi enclosed within a comparatively biief period of time, as something to wonder at aad ask i questions about. And people did wonder at and | enquire about it. Many said the circumstances recalled the age of miracles, supposed to have j passed' forever away. The facts (briefly set forth in a letter from the man himself) are as follows, We may add that Mr. Henry Jacksou is a farmer, well known and respected in his district, and his case is familiar to neighbours and friends of his throughout the vicinity. ' lu the early pa...
Pruning Stone Fruit. FROM PLANTING TO COMING INTO BEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896
Pruning Stone Fruit FROM PLANTING TO COMING INTO BEARING-. TBt J. C. Hunter The following important article on prun ing of stone fruit trees appears in the July number of that excellent periodical the Rural Australian,' and is re-published for the study of our readers VVe have just received our trees for plant ing out. ' The roots of these will be more or less injured by the lifting from the nursery. These will have to be trimmed, for which it will be best to use a sharp knife, making the cut upwards, as by so doing the wound will com© in diroct contract with the soil, and prevent bleeding. The trees as they grow in the nursery had plenty of roots, but' in lifting them much of the root-growth has been broken and it will be impossible for this reduetfd quantity of roots to supply the required nourishment ?for.. the growth above ground; so we must, reiiuoe this growth, to balance the loss of roots. It will be necessary to prune back to a good bud. about two feet above the ground; if t...
Fertility in Cattle and Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896
fertility in .Cattle and Sheep. . Several remarkable cases of fertility in cattle and sheep have been recorded of late, but an English shorthorn cow, which an English exchange says is 22 years old, pro duced a few weeks ago her twenty-sixth calf, a -well-developed roan heifer. This should not be far off a record. Another case is' reported by the Londonderi y ' Sentinel,' which says a cow has, in three years, produced -seven calves — five heifers, and two bulls. At three successive calvings she produced twins. A ewe at Ballycurry, county Derry (states the same paper), last season gave birth to six lambs, and the pro ceeding year five lambs, and in 1893 she produced four. The ' Coleman's Rural World' mentions an American ewe that had three lambs when a shearling, and , afterwards a pair, a four and a five. Every lamb was healthy and lived to be reared. - If any of our readers have had sheep or cows that can beat these records we would like to hear of them. Such remarkable eases of fer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896
WAGGONETTE — For sale in good condition, ' also a large stove. Apply ' Camden News' Office. BILLET WOOD — Bought in any quantity. Highest price given. Apply J Scott, Saw Mills, near Camden Station. COBBITTY — To let or for sale, a first-class DAIRY FARM, about 150 acres, on the Cobbitty road, well watered, near two butter factories. Apply ' Camden News' Office. IpARM TO LET— At Narellan, 20 acres, re cently occupied by Mr. Sharman. Rent £8. Apply F. C. Willis, Camden. FARM TO LET. — Apply A. J. Doust, General Commission Agent, Camden. ^ N N U A L MEETING of Members of Camden Lawn Tennis Club will be held NEXT THURSDAY EVENING, 16th INST, at 8 o'clock. Business important. A. J. DOUST, Hon. Sec. rnHE UNIVERSITY EXTENTION X LECTURES ' , by Professor Jose will commence on FRIDAY, 24th inst., at the Sehool of Arts, at 8 p.m. , I Subject:' East and West Africa.' In the Supreme Court ) of New South Wales, - Probate Jurisdiction. ; ? In the Estate of Bridget Finn, late of Menangle, in the C...