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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 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 Arts, 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. Attctiox 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.

Publication Title: Camden News
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

BELI&IOUS SERVICES. Cburcli of England. Cobbitty— ab 11 a.m, Rev Q-. H. Alluutt 2farellan— at 3 p.m, Rev 0. King) (For the Australian Board of M sa ons) Gabramatta — at 8 p.m, Mr. J.. D. Ward Hoxton Park, Union Church, 3 p.m., Rev. Gh,H. Allnutt Camden — at 7,30 a.m., H.C.) Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev. J. F. Russell Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle — at 3 p.m., Major Onslow Weatbrook — at 7 p.m, liev J. F. Russell (H.C.) Theresa Park— at 3 p.m., Mr. Lakeman Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Wesleyan. Oamden — at 11 a.m,, Mr. J. E. Moore Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev. R. Caldwell Q-lenmore— at 11 a.m, Rev. R. Caldwell Q-lenmore — at 6.30 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman 'Weatbrook — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. G. Smart Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore ^Buxton— Mr. T. Bingham Primitive. yOamdon — at 11 a.m., Rev R, Mowbray Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev. R. Mowbray 'Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mpwbray Roman Catholic* Camd...

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

[A CARD.] V g W. Ah LINQHAM Attorney, solicitor & conveyancer, Commissioner for Affidavits, AEGILB STREET, CAMDEN. HJB. — All oourts visited if required, , / [A CABD.] H A R L E S B U L L, SOLICITOR, ETC, V l( Barristers' Court, \ H| - Elizabeth Street, near King Street, \\ SYDNEY. W EG. A L. MR, F.B.. COWPER, - Solicitor. &c.} 10, (First Floor) Post Office Chambers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. J|^pR. M, M. D'AROY-IRVINE, B. A 4ttohney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c., &o., |,^ ?will visit- Camden every Saturday, and may! j . be consulted at Rooms next to Mr. Small's, ; Noakes and Small, Camden. Lands Work transacted. Land Boards and nil other Courts attended where re tted. Address by letter or telegram, Macquarie S$|*eet Liverpool. 1?lie Camden - -Inn, CAMDEN. MflS. A. FRENCH, (I#te of Leichhardt, Sydney, and recently of tli Commercial Hotel, Camden.) Ttis FAMILY HOTEL, the oldest and best known hotel in the Camden electorate, has been j entirely renovated ...

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THE FROSTS OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

THE FROSTS OF AGE. Indicate the waning of that vital flame that burns with intenser glow in earlier periods of life. Wolfe'8 Schnapps is ' The Promethean torch that can the light alume.' On Friday evening last, what might have been a serious ' casualty was prevented on the Camden line near Narellan. A gentle man who was walking along the line to catch the tram due at Narellan for Camden j at 7.15 p.m., perceived a sapliner pointiner upwards and toward the approaching tram. The sapling was some 10 feet in length and had been previously used as a slip rail. The pole had either by adventure been thrown on the rails and so fallen in the cow-pit, or had been wilfully placed there. One end of the sapling was at the bottom of the bricked cow-pit and the other end slanting towards Narellan. The cow-pit is some 60 to 70 yards from Narellan station. It is, therefore, impossible to tell what damage would have resulted to the tram and its passengers had not the gentleman immediately withdrew th...

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

[?] uncle Tom s uamn Pilgrim's Progress Bride of Lammermoo? Vicar of Wakefield Prince of the House of David Home Influence Little Women Opening a Chestnut Burr Ben Hur Last Days of Pompeii Paul of Clifford Pirate and Three Cut ters Masterman Jteady My awn Story The Secret of Health Xmas Book (Dickens) Shabby Genteel (Thac keray) Rajoh of Dah O Ofc) a JjuUK. Speeches and Toasts Found Yet Lost Book of Songs Bret ij arte' s Ballads Chess and Draughts ? Taken Alive The Doctor Earth and Moon . . Gate Ajar Economical Cooker^1 Book Lifebuoy Magazine Basket of Mowers Follow 'Me Brot Harte - Carl Er inker - That Lass of Lowrie Honored by the World Herbert Severance ' Scottish Life (Li^htfi aad Shadows) The above BOOKS may be had in return for the; above number of SOAP WRAPPERS, subject to . j their being in stock when the wrappers are received' I rjpHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COY., OS1 SYDNEY, LIMITED. Capital £1,000,000 0 0 Reserve Fund £1,010,000 0 0 Reserve Liability £1,000,000 0 0 - £3,010,00...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 July 1896

LOCALJSIOTES The usual fortnightly meeting of the Camden Aldermen was ' held last evening. The Mayor, Alderman W. C. Furner, J.P., presided. After the usual 'correspondence had been read, the Aldermen decided to * vote the sum of £30 in addition to the sum of £30 granted by the Government in order to relieve the distress in the district. It was decided to call for applications for the position of Inspector under the Dairies Su pervision and Diseased Animals and Meat Act at a salary of £12 per annum. The remaining business was of a detailed character. G, W. Procter of Cooma, can supply i marsupial skins, opposums, wallaby, (swamp or brush,) either tanned, or dried, at reasonable prices, the skins are well furred from the cold and snowy district of Cooma. Hugs on hand. For price apply the above, or S. Procter, Camdeo.* . The net proceeds of the sports recently held at Burragorang in aid of the R. O Church amounted to £18 2s Od. The iron, roofing of the sheds in the Camden A H and I So...

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

V y The Camden News i Ini LABG1 CIROULATIOlf I* «w|. DISTRICT in th« EL H © S OB A* 9 ADVERTISING TERMS. J1R8T INCH KACH SUCCEEDING* EffCfl «? 2a gpeoial arrangements for continuous advertisements v- * -THE- | Gamden News Job Printng1 Plant Xsv&led and large, end the greatest care is taken to sea the work is well andt pomptiy executed h- ' BILLHEADS ' ' CIRCULARS , ? POSTERS : CONCERT TICKETS .? ' BUSINESS CARDS ' I, BALL PROGRAMMES CONCERT PROGRAMMES VISITING CARDS - Tags RECEIPT BOOKS : . MILS CARDSj MEMO FORMS ORD^R BOOKS etc., etc. ? ^ Eindly send yowr orders for printing to THE CAMDEN NEWS, ? ^ ; WRITE OR CALL FOB ESTIMATES. j Office: Argyle St., Camden. **** ^ -ZP 0 j ^ -** * :y:^' /'t- ' A&. I ^ \P PurchaBers should look to the Label otf tie Pots and Boxes. If the address is not 533, OXFOBD 8TEEET, LONDON, they toe gpttrioUfl, BBjSli SiMP^ / - ? O.H3EST/ ©@/VlNG | ' I »*nd roa circular or ask you? \ J FROM 7 ^ /ffi «|V (| I A 0 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarkot), SYDN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

As Regards Titles — Freehold are either Torre-its or equal to it. The c.p. land is all duly ' .. certified, all conditions being fulfilled except payment of balance to Crown. Possibly this sliest will come into the hands of some person ?who does not -want to buy a Farm or Dairy Estate, if so a good turn may 'be done a neighbour or Mend by handing es- sending1 it to such. Don't Destroy the sheet but send it on to a probable buyer and -write 'the Auctioneer who will note your action in a substantial manner if 'business results. There are 22 millions of money in Australia alone awaiting investment, and from 2-| to 3^ per cent is sought for as a return. Nothing therefore is more certain than, that LAND which will yield a return MUST -ADVANCE IN VALUE and it is confidently believed that every block of country described above will be worth from 10 to 20 per cent more than is now quoted within 12 months, and with good seasons for 2 or S years (with an equal plethora of money seeking invest...

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GRAZING PADDOCKS TO LET. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

&RAZING PADDOCKS TO LET. Mrs. W. Wheeldon's 390 acres, parish Y^rrabandinni, distant about 5 miles from. Frederickton Dairy Factory. Enclosed. About 150 acres undulating forest land, balance plain and swamp. All well grassed. 2-roomed Hut. Also 280 acres, Parish Cooroobongatti, ? i_1 T '1 P ? 1 1 ~ aouuux miies irom aoove ana o miles from the Smithtown Dairy. All buffalo grass country, 2-roomed House, galvanised roof. Tenders for one or both properties for 1, 2, 3, or more years (highest not necessarily accepted) close 1st August. Preference given to half yearly payments of rent in advance. Address— O. O. DAN GAR, Kempsey.

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On the Maria River & Branches. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

On the Maria River & Branches. 51. — 699J acres C.P. grass land, (100 acres fit for cultivation might be found) all conditions (except payment of balance to Crown) fulfilled. Splendid scrub and grass country, very little improvement. An offer of 18s per acre will be seriously entertained, and easy terms of payment arranged. 52. — 1062 acres Freehold land, over a mile frontage to deep water, W.B. and slab house, part cultivated, well grassed and watered, and well adapted for division into two areas. A fine property for a dairy or piggery, per fectly sare country, within halt a mile of a daily mail coach. North Coast Railway Surrey passes through the estate. This property will be sacrificed at less than 20s per acre, half cash, balance long terms at 5 per cent, interest. 53. — 100 acres C.P. cultivation and graz ing land at Telegraph Point. 45 acres with W.B. cottage and barn is leased at £30 per annum, with option of continuance at £40, balance can be leased at £35. On this p...

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In the Macleay District [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

, . In the Macleay District v * 1.-7—248 acres freehold Land, known as 'v «ne: .Belli rabopina Estate, situated on main iroad midway between two of the principal Dairy Factories in the district,- viz., Freder ickton and Smithtown. Level alluvial and 'plain land without a tree or stump. About 200 acres might be cultivated this season, balance heavily grassed with indigenous couch, cropping 5 to 6 tons per acre. The Auctioneer was offered £30 per acre for this land a few years ago which the owner refused, but in order to wind up an Estate is open to accept £10 per acre for the whole or any proportion of the property exceeding one-fourth. As a Dairy Run this land will carry 400 cows during the Summer months. 2. — A Freehold Farm of singular value. 48 acres 3 roods, original port^'^--S7 of the parish of Kempsey, within Borough, on the Gladstone road, (comprising - . about 38 axires of the richest alluVial maize ,,-and grassland, as an immediate inspection v will prova. There i3 a portio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

30,000 ACRES. 30,000 ACRES. 30,000 ACRES. Bona- fide Distribution of Landed Estate, Agricultural and Grazing Properties, C.P. and Freehold, not by ' but at from 25 per cent to 60 per cent below the Cash Values of 1890-2, and on easy terms, consequently there tvill be ALL FRIZES in this Monster Distribution and HO BLANKS. These hands are sittiated on the Macleay and Maria Rivers and their Tributaries, and are offered on account of the Mortgagees, the Executors & Trustees of deceased persons in order to a division of the several interests. The Inhabitants of the Southern Farm and Dairy Districts are invited to caref ully examine the catalogue of properties herein submitted , and at once put themselves in communication with the Auctioneer, in order to securing time to inspect. The full terms on which these lands are open for sale by private contract ?will be supplied on application by letter or telegram,, and if desired, one or more Mocks can 'be .put under offer for 8 or 10 da...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Reports. The Works' Committees' reports' on the Kirkham lane and Cawdor road, and the Inspector's report on Menangle road and drain contract, were read and adopted on the motion of Alderman Cleveland. The Aldermen thinking that so far as Menangle road requirements were concerned should be left in the hands of the Mayor. The next business considered was the appointment of an Inspector under the Dairies Supervision Act, and the Diseased Animals and Meat Act. Alderman O. Y. Coleman: gave notice of motion that application be called by advertisement for a suitable person to under take - the duties at . a salary of £12 per annum, and themotion be placed on the next business paper of the Council.

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Narellan. [fboM OTTR OWN OO^BESPOKDBNT.l ' vv nat might have been a serious acoidenfc took place here on Friday last. 'Misa Chisholm and a lady friend were returning from Camden^ and when opposite Mr. H. Funnoll's shop tho horss shied at '\watei1 on the road, the.sulky nearly turned over, throwing the ladies out. The horse then bolted with the. sulky, running upon one wheel, until it reached the bridge, when ! the' vehicle righted itself. The horse was , ?stopped at Mr. Cross' store. The ladies were none the worse for their adventure. Mr. John Stevens, coachbuilder, ac companies Mr. T. H. Wasson to West Auiftalia. Many friends saw them off and wis&f/i.- them good luck and a safe voyage. Mr. Thomas Pett, contractor, has finished his Eilderslie road contract. ?Mir. Nott is sending from 300 to 400 tons -of cut wood weekly to Sydney. Mrs. Howe is no better and Miss Gregory ?still continues very ill. T|Le weather is very cold with a keen W,SiW, wind. Oa Wednesday there was .a sse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

„ muni.'., i. I - ?? . HiLiraB-n,— ????—?» I , ... ......... ? I, ,..J, sa The Camden News Has* L- BOB 01RGU I/ATI OH 'tn arrary DJ ST B la T t&w 2 XrBOSf OjSj^TS ADVERTISING TERMS. ; ?IR8? IfTOH each succeeding INCH & f - V a , gpadtai arrMgetaoats fo» oo&iinnous adVe*tiis«iiQeii^ - ; . - —THE— ' - ????? -'-7 V | Camden News Job Printng Plant Is varied aud larger and tha greatest care is taken to see the 'work iff well and ponapfly executed BILLHEADS visiting CARDS1 CIRCULARS TAGS FOSTERS RECEIPT BOOKS' CONCEPT TICKET'S MIL& CAVRDS BUSINESS CARDS MEMO FORMS ? BALL PROGRAMMES' ORDER BOOKS CONCERT' PROGRAMMES etc., etc. ! Kindly send yowr orders for printing t®' THE CAMDEN NEWS, WRITE OR' CALL FOE ESTIMATES. THE CAMDEN NWS, with which is incopora fled THE, C.AMDB-^r TIM E: 0^ c ; [.ESTABLISHED 1880. j Subscription 2s per quarter pre-paid, or 2s 6d per Quarter if kokel. ?A purely local paper devoted solely in the interests of the Camden Electorate, and ...

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MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

- ? Motions, ' By Alderman G. W, Cleveland, that a sub-committee be 'appointed to define and to draw up a list of duties for the ^inspector of works. Alderman Cleveland pointed out the necessity of such a course, and illustrated a matter wherein the Council Clerk, had written a report on the duties of the main tenance men, he thought; that the clerk was working somewhat in the dark, it appeared to him that he did not know what to do, of, what to leave alone'; he thought a com-' initttee should be appointed to detail the duties of the clerk . to consist of the Mayor, Aldermen G. F. Burner, H. Moore, E. B, Druitt and the mover. Alderman G, E. Burner seconded the motion, :The Mayor said he had not the slightest objection to such a course; but;- at' the 'same time he thought it quite unnecessary ; the Council Clerk had on all occassions to act up to- tjie instructions issued by him. After some discussion the motion was lost, ; '? By Alderman O. Y. Coleman, that a Works' Committee inspec...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

The Oaks. (From our own Correspondent.) The Oaks Crickefc Club held their annual * meeting on Thursday last in the School of. Arts; during the season the club have played 15 matches winning 8, loosing 5, two being drawn. John Devitt secured the batting average with 32.14. F. Farley coming second, and J. Taylor third with 27 and 22 respectively. A McEvoy carried off the bowling trophy with an average of 7.89, A proposal by G. Dunn, that this cricket club | J! ? - Ji ? ? ? /* ? a . ? labours cue lormiug or a union or tne district cricket clubs to play for the district ]l championship during the coming season, I \ { was unanimously carried, the secretary being j instructed to write to the various clubs upon j the subject. 1 A grand sporting oarnival has been ? / arranged to take place at our School of Arts (C in aid of that institution on Friday evening' the 24th inst. The number of events to be competed for are not only numerous, but wili prove very attractive, there is to be boy's an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

.ntJM^pJUIWiiiili ... U! ? ? ? - [A CARD.] W. A LiL I isf Q Mam ^T-TORNKYj SOLICITOR & CONVEYANCER, , Commissioner for Affidavits, ARGILS S T R E E T; OAMOBN; fc.B: — All courts Waited if roquired. [a oaed.] Q H A R L E S S tf L L, . '\n ? SOLICITOR, ETC,-: ; | ? .. : ... . . -? / , I ^ Barristers' Covirtj'; ' - Elizabeth. Street, near- Kitig-Street; .fc* 1 Sydney. , ™ ' k ' ; ~~ J -li; .B- ' G A L. - * M MR. F. R. COWPER, Solicitor, &c., . , ;; ' . i9j (First Floor) Post (Mde Chambers'^ ' li4 Pitt Street, Sydney; M. M. D'AEOY-iRVlifEj B A AtXUKNEY, SoiiCITORj CONVEYANCER^ &CM &C., will visit (j&mcteh evety Satiirday, and may hc|consUlted at Rooms next to Mr. Small's, (late Noakes and Siiialij Camden. - Lands Work transacted ?- Land Boards Stud all other Courts attended where re tained; Address. by letter b£ telegfatbj Macquarie _ Bfreet Liverpool. ' ' . ? ? — — — ^ ^ | ? o CAMDEN. 'I MRS. A. FREHOHj « (L&fce of Leiohhardt, Sydney^ and...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Correspondence. It mud be distinctly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of our correspondents although we are glad to publish letters.

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

District News. ! Menangle. 1 From our own Correspondent. 1 The particulars as to the enjoyable hunfcj whieh took place here on Saturday last appears in another portion of this is3ue. A slight accident occurred afc the Railway station here on Saturday, when the engine attached to the special train to Svd'nev ran off the line. Another engine and gang of ' men were soon on the scene, and after an hour or two's delay matters were righted, again and the visitors proceeded on their journey. Whilst waiting the ladies and gentlemen of the Hunt Club were supplied with tea and other light refreshments by our popular station master, Mr. Manley and Mrs Manley.

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