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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Camden Postal Information. Arrivals from: Cawdor— at 11.45 a.m Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m, ] The. Oaks — 6 p.m, . i Mount Hunter— 6 p.m ' Burragoran'g— 6 p.m Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m'. '- ? , : Narellan— 11.35 a.m daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7. 52 p.m Cavnpbelltown — ditto ; ditto Granville— ? ' ? ditto - ditto Syduey — ditto .ditto Mails close for : Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m ^ ' The Oaks— 11.45 a.m r ' ; : Burragoriing— 11.45 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 Campbelltown— 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Granville — 8-35 a.rrT, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney— 8.35 a. m, and 7- p. m daily. - Cawdor— Monday, , Wednesday and Friday at 12.15 p.m. ' ^ f* - T.P.O. South — 7: p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted.)- Letters posted in Gamden ^before 8 30 a m, and delivered per 1 o'clock delivery vin Sydney unday excepted) English mail inade\ip.every Monday at 8.30 a.m One p...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Commercial. Tuesday in Camden was brisk and lively, and at Mr. R. H. Inglis' usual weekly sale there was es pecially a good market. The following are the prices realised: — Pigs, from 8s 6d to 14s j cow* with calves from £2 2s 6d to £5 10s: springers, to £4 5s ; dry cows to £1 17s 6d ; fat bullocks, from £2 10s to £3 6s. Messrs Foley Bros, Sydney, write as follows under date July, 7th : — 'We beg to advise that the advance which we predicted in our report last week has taken place, and the best creamery butter is now selling freely at Is per lb. We anticipate it will go higher before the winter is out, but it is not likely - to reach anything near the price it has in former years. The market is well supplied and the demand is very good. Messrs W Inglis and Son's Sydney report as '* follows: — Prime oaten hay per cwt4s 9d to 5s 6d ; prime oaten chaff from 4s 6d to 5s ; lucerne hay 2s 6d to 3s 3d; maize 2s 2d; geese, 5s to 6s; ducks, 4s to 5s 6d ; fowls, 2s 6d to 4s; butter, 6d to lOi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication mada 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. 13s 9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ?.jju- omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation,:, forming crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfeotly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at 'Bonn and. Greifswald (Prussia), ?end -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor- of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Cli...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Breveties. As a result of the Newcastle Coal Mine Proprietors' Conference with the Premier on Monday an offer has been made of an increase in the hewing rate to 2s lid per ton. The fourth of July (American Indepen dance Day) was celebrated in Sydney at United States Consul. Mr. Gladstone condemns the increased expenditure in British armaments as 'wild, wanton, and perilous,' and expresses hope that the country will early return to common sense. The will of the lat9 Mr. Donald Larnach shows a personality of £600,000. The whaling season was opened at Eden ojd Monday by the capture of two immense right whales of considerable value. It was an exciting struggle. , Salvage operations are being continued at the wreck of the steamer Catterthun, off Seal Rocks. The strongroom has been blown open, and the diver expects to recover the £10,000 in specie. Mr. Lindeman, the well-known vine grower, has offered to those intending to plant vine cuttings both from his southern and northern vineyards ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

The Melbourne Full Court has ordered a councillor at Port Fairy to pay £3400 as penalty for having: sold material to and per- - formed work for his council to the value of £26. . This fine is made up by a charge of £50 for each one of the 68 days when the councillor sat after the breach of the Act. In this colony a different proceedure exists. By the Municipalities Act of 1867, if any mayor, alderman, or auditor accepts a conr tract with the council he is liable to a penalty of not more than £100 or less than £50j and to seven years'' disqualification. Brickwood Oolley, a well-known jockey, and probably the oldest in Australia, .died suddenly at Brisbane. ? It is estimated that a- postage of ^ on every newspaper posted .in New Sonth Wales for delivery in the colony would produce a revenue of about. £42,000.

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Westbrook [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Weatbrook, [From OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.], : Matters m connection with the road is looking up, Mr. Ford, the contractor for the blue metal is near completing his Gontract. Mr. Charles Clissold has also began his contract for forming and metaling the road from the end of the Municipality to Mr.. Wheeler's gate, this portion of the road having been in a very bad state for many years, and in wet weather being almost im passable. Mr. Olemson and. Mr. Comyns are also supplying the Camden Council with metal for the road leading to Camden from here. One cannot help noticing the great im provements effected at our Wesleyan Church, the land has lately been scrubbed, and the trees trimmed, so they no w look quite orna- 1 mental. There is to be a new fence erected to enclose the grounds. I should mention the work is being done entirely by willing hands, free of charge. A horse race for £2 aside has been made between Mr. W. Richards' bay mare ' Goodbye' and Mr. R. Campbell's brown horse ' Browny...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

e % miwirm* B U T G HER, ' !. Arovle Strlet, Camden, is a buyer of.hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair and every kind of produce at highest prices for, Cash. ? the Saw, Mills. THE OAKS. Hardwood Timber cut to order and delivered to any part of the district at prices to meet the times. , All orders punctually attended to. CHARLES WILLIAMS, Proprietor. WILL FORMS and other documents can -be purchased at The Camden News Office. - ? ? -JF ' '-?) ' l THE MAN WHO WOULD NOTUSEjL ? jt Jacobs oil- ^ HE WOULD SOON GET WELL , IF HEDiD. '| ST CONQUERS PAIN. \ ; . Bayley's- Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral, ? „ Best remedy for Gougks, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Befuse imitations. to be obtained eom j Bayley, Chemist, Gamden, an.d allstoebkeepek

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Narellan [From otjr own correspondent.! The rain which fell on the 22nd and 23rd ultimo was greatly needed to fill dams and water holes, many had been dry for some time past. 239 points fell. The Narellan Literary and Mutual Im provement Society have returned the first box of books which was supplied them by the Free Public Library, the time— four months having expired. The books have been much sought after by the members, and as the box contained books of soiid reading, great benefit should result. Our society is doing real good in Narellan. There was a real surprise party at Raby recently, when a number of friends from Narellan and Campbelltown met and stormed Raby House before any of the inmates were aware that anything unusual was going to take place. The whole affair was a great success, and was much' appreciated and enjoyed by the good folks of Kaby. ' Mr. W. Peters was the successful tenderer for the alterations and repairs to the Parish Room, the price being- between £60 and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

SMITH BEOS, . OAOH BUILDERS & GENERAL SMITHED &e. ? ? ?' ?' ? - All kiikU of vehicles itiade and repaired. , ' Horses carefully shod. ? Work guaranteed equal to any in tho district. 11 ? ^ ARGYLE STBEET, OAMDEN, next to Mr. Frier's* Jeweller. ' h\ r ? ' ' fj r Y»- L L I A M MoB WAN ! \ ' | ARGYLE STREET,; CAMDEN, j ' B^B GROCER AND CONFECTIONER. i ? i — :'- 1 'Weddings, Pic-nics, &c., catered fofc. t. 'Wedding Cakes a speciality, ? I : ' ? c ? ... -? ? - — - ? — - — ????-- .i. - ? ? -,» ? W. 0. EUR N EE. TIMBER MERCHANT, j Aegyle Street, 0. A _ M D E N' I - ^ G F Enriier, ; |i . Builder, and Contractor, j ' . & I L L ' S T R E E T, 0 A M D.E N '? Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Bldingui / Materials. ? IV - Repairs executed on the shortest notice. | i ' t ? ? ? ' i T COSTIGAN, of Argyle Street, Caniden, has | j fj o for sale 2 new waggonettes, and cfne second j; hand wagonette, also 2 or 3 horse drays, spring ]) . : ' carts new and second han...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

The Oaks. (From ode own Correspondent.) On Tuesday or last week, a friendly de bate took place at The Oaks School of Arts, between five members from The Oaks, and five members from Picton Debating Society. Messrs James O. Moore, J. Bensley, A. Y. Moore, M. Devitt and E. P. Moore repre sented The Oaks. The hall was filled, and the discussion on woman's suffrage, was carried out in a manner worthy of any assembly. The discussion waB opened by Mr. Jraskin, or Picton, and followed by Mr. J. 0. Moore, Messrs Devitt, Bensley, A. Y. Moore and JE. P. Moore, also spoke against the franchise to women. The Picton gentlemen advocating the granting of fran chise. A great discussion ensued and the chairman (Mr. P. Keniff) placed the vote before the assembly by show of hands. The Oaks representatives gained a victory by a large majority against the franchise to women. The weather of late has been extremely cold, with very sharp frosts, which hardened the ground. The lately sown crops of oats are l...

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Camden Philharmonic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Camden Philhar;m6mc Society. Tlie sixth concert given by the Camden Philharmonic. Society,' assisted by the Picton P. S., on Wednesday evening July 1, was in spite of the postponement and other drawbacks, a decided success from a musical point of view ; and the conductor and members thereof j are to fee congratulated on having- treated the Caniden -public to such a very creditable performance, as the result of their weekly practices. The attdience though not particularly large, was a dictinctly musical one, and listened to the various items, in an attentive, and quietly appreciative manner. Unfortunately several ladies and gentlemen who were to have contributed solos, Were unable to attend owing to various causes ; consequently the jjrinted programme had to be con siderably revised. Mrs. Noakes most kindly came from Parramatta to assist, thus demonstrating that she still remembered Camderi ; and by her sweet and expressive rendering' of several numbers, gave unmis takably pleasure t...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

] Notes4 m * * , Canideri.is properly ranked as one of the -ii^altHiest and prettiest districts in the colony, and by its neatness to the metropolitan markets should be the most important front almost eve;ry fioint of view.. That splendid pile of buildings designated the Oarrington Centennial Convalescent Hospital is a stand ing proof of the salubrity of the district: and the Camden A. and H. Society and the New South Wales A. sLnd H. Society have jmlendid records of the agricultural products mf-dWri ^ere ' lowing the suitability of the iPimate for dairy farmers and agriculturists. True, we have dry seasons occasionally $ but the splendid climate we enjoy coiinter balinces this drawback; With every advan ' tage in its favor as far ad Nature' is concerned, this district should have been 'in a more pro . ' gressive state than it really is. The great drawback to the progress of Camden can be , removed if the residents like to move with Some spirit in demanding an equitable table I j ; ...

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Important to Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Important to Dairy farmers. It will be remembered some few week's since tb© dairymen of Camdon decided to affiliate ibemyeivea with the illawarra MiJk Supf-lieri3 Association under tho new title of the U.uited Milk Suppliers As^oeiaiion. The other iablolaud districts including Moss Yale, Penrith, Campbelltown and Picton, were ''asked to do likewise. A meeting of the meiuburs of the Picton Dairy Farmers' ... Association was held in Picton on the 26th ult, Avben the following important speech wai' -delivered by the president of the - Association, Mr. B. H. Antill, and which we re-publish for the information of the dairy men of Camden and district. : Mr. K. . H. Antill,. President of the ... Association,'. opened the meeting1 by ex . pressing . his pleasure at finding 'that the farmors had so well responded to the notices ^issuod convening that meeting, as the matter wnicn tney were asxea to discuss and decide upon, was one of very vital . importance, namely : — The proposition that . ...

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Camden and Its Environs Revisited. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Camden and Its Environs Revisited (By E. A; M.) In the course ok titany wanderings in search of health, pleasure or ' biz.,* It Las oftentimes been my good fortune to have come across some o£ the unknown beauty spots of New South Wales, spots 'which from times primeval have rested secure from tho curious, prying eye of the tourist ; when blossom and fern and shrub have to this hour remained unbroken, undisturbed by tho profaning hand of the iconoclast and the destroyer ; and feasting upon their I marvels and their sweetness, hidden away in the vastness of their own solitude. The applicability of the line, ' Ftill many a flower is born to blush unseen,' has come home; to me in all its force. Our Australian iilen of means and leisure, our Australian women of fashion, wild seekers after change and novelty,- have a hahit now and again of darting off to Europe, tearing frantically across the con tinent, scampering at break-neck speed through America, turning up after a few weeks, or at b...

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Menangle. THE R. C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Menangle. (From our own Correspondent.'} The R. 0. Ball. The ball in aid of the funds of the local R. 0. Church, was after a week's postpone ment brought to a successful issue on Tuesday evening, the 30 ulfc. The hall was most artistically decorated for the occasion, with ferns, evergreens and flowers, kindly supplied by Mr. A. E. Wetherill of Nepean Towers, and reflected great credit on the taste of the decorators, Messrs. H Hickey and P. Quirk. Dancing was commenced at about 8.30 p m., and was kept up with un flaging zeal until about 4 o'clock the follow ing morning, to music supplied by Messrs. Williamson (piano), and Kitching (violin), whose playing was so much appreciated by all present. Mr- A. F. Onslow made a very efficient M.C., being assisted in his duties by Mr. P. Quirk. The duty of decorating the upper room had been entrusted to the ' very capable hands of the Misses Payten and Hickey, and right well did these ladies carry out their work, the scene presented to one's vie...

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United Milk Suppliers' Association. CAMDEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

. United Milk Suppliers' Association' Camden Branch. A meeting of this Association was held! at the Camden. School of Arts on Saturday evening last. Mr. S. Ellis occupied the chair. The following gentlemen were j present: — Messrs H. Moore, F. W. A. Downes, J.P., H. Gregg, W. (3-ettoes, T. .. Inglis, R. Clemson, J. Hayter, W, Wheeler, ?-|pd A. Y. Moore, J.P. [?]

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Lawn Tennis. On. Saturday afternoon last a tennis match between Campbelltown and the Camden Union Tennis Club was played on the latter's court in the presence of a large number of ladies and gentlemen, many of whom came from Campbelltown. The visitors scored a victory mainly through the excellent all-round play of A. Payten. In the first two sets played, Dr. Morton and Mr. Hue-hes plaved up well, leading: by a game or two, but in their play later on, they went off completely. In the partnership between Messrs Russell and Devlin, a great mistake was made in their first two sets by both playing on the back line, thus giving their opponent at the net a great chance of scoring game after game. In the last set, this error waa rectified by one playing for ward, thus helping them on to victory. Mr. F. Harris officiated as umpire and scorer to the satisfaction of both parties. Mrs. Devlin and Mrs. F. Druitt scored a grand victory by their afternoon tea. i Scores as follows : — | Dr. Morton ...

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Camden Police Court. Small Debt Court. Saturday. July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Camden Police Court Small Debt Court. Saturday, July 4. Before Messrs. U. T. Whiteman, 0. Furner, and W. C. Furner, J's.P, Liggins v. Dunk. This was a claim for £7 0s 3d to which the defendant pleaded a set off for £7 7s Od, Mr, AUingham appeared for the defendant and Mr. F. K. Cowper for the plaintiff. Objection was raised tp the plaintiff's particulars of demand. The bench postponed the case to the next Court to enabe the plaintiff to furnish full part iculars of his demand likewise tbe defendant to supply particulars of his set off. Costigan v. Bennett Claim £18 9s 6d. Mr. Cowper appeared for the defendant. This case was post poned for a month at the request of both parties. Costigan v. Todd Claim £3 2s. Mr. Allingham for the plaintiff and Mr. Cowper for the defendant. This was a claim for a set of waggonette wheels, and general blacksmithing work, after hearing the evidence for the plantiff and defendant, the bench found a verdict for the plaintiff for 5s 3d and costs. Bensley v...

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Carrington Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Carrington Hospital. On Monday evening last, a very enjoy able concert was given (by the kind per mission of the Matron), before a crowded audience, comprising the whole of the staflf - and patients, as well as invited guests. The programme was opened by a pianoforte selection by Miss Bridger ; Mr. Towsey then sang 'Kathleen Mr. John Symons, 'John Malone ;' Mr. A. Miller, ' Some day I'll wander back again,' and ' When the old. Dun Cow caught fire Mr. Morgan re cited ' The 1 salm ot Lite ; ' Miss Madge Ellice danced a sand jig splendidly;' Mr. N. Robinson sang ' The Old Rustic Bridge;' Mr. McClpan 'Where did you get that hat ;' Mr. Huxley, a double voiced vocalist, gave ' My little Mary ;' Master George Wood sang ' The Golden Gate' in splendid style; Mr. Syohons executed a sword dance ; Mr. E. W. Butler sang ' The difference between East and West,' alsv. V ' Swannie River,' which was well received Misses Rout, Brown and Finlay sang'a trio, I ' The song of the steeple ;' Mr. Carter sa...

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Rifle Shooting. No. 2 (Camden) M.R. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

Rifle Shooting. No. 2 (Camden} M.R. * The silver cup, presented by Capt. A. J1.^ ? Onslow Thompson for the best aggregate in^ the half company's quarterly shoots, was won on Saturday afternoon by Corporal G. J. Richardson, with a total score of 189, Sergt. J. Small, with 184 being a good second. There has been keen competition shown throughout the whole year, while over 20 men shot on Saturday. The cup must be won two years in succession, or three ypars to become the property of the winner. We congratulate Corporal Richardson on being the first holder, his consistent scoring thoroughly deserving it. The following are the principal scores : — Names Hdc. 500 600 Tot. Corpl Richardson 10 26 29 65 Pri. W. Wheeler 18 24: 22 64 Pri. T. Donoghy 20 22 22 64 Sergt. Small 9 28 24 61 Pri. Saile 17 22 19 58 Pri. Ferris 16 16 23 55 Pri. Vaughan 20 16 17 53 Corpl. Perry 17 20 14 51 Far Sergt. Campbell 10 23 17 50 Pri. H. Rudd 14 23 10 47 Pri. Kenny 23 11 12 46 ^ Lieut. G. Onslow ' 10 22 13 ' 45 P...

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