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The United Milk Suppliers Association. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

The United Milk Suppliers' Association (To Thb Editor,.; Sir,— -Kindly allow me through . the medium of your valuable paper, to, refer to some of the statements made 'by Mr. R. H. Antill in his speech to the dairy farmers of Picton, re the danger of the tablelands i affiliating with the Iiiaw'arra 'branch o? the | Dairy 'Barm?rs Association, and which he predicts ;the dairymen will have cause;to rue:.-. Mr. Antill must .surely have. boenMaboaring under; a delusion .when he asserted that,, the dairy farmers of the -south coast had entered into certain agreements with the B'reslrBood . Co. to .put up factories whereby they ire no w ' bound hand and foot to that company, and must act as 'Mr. Pateson directs, -when as. a matter of fact, ho 'such agreements have ever )b«en in existenoe, ; the farmisrs not having taken the slightest : 'respons ibi 1 i ty in con nect]' onwith the building of the factories in question, - Mi\ Antill also takes exception to the south coast havihg five represe...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Campbelltown Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Gampbelltown Licensing Court. The quarterly meeting of the Campbell town Licensing Court was held last Satur day before Messrs Kidd, (chairman), Yaughan, and Woodhouse. George Hughes applied for a hotel license for the Governor Bourke Hotel, at Appin. The house had been formerly licensed, but the license had been allowed to lapse. The Licensing Inspector, and Mr. D'Arcy Irvine on behalf of some residents, opposed the granting of the license, and took ground bf the Act of S. 36. ' that the reasonable requirements of the neighbourhood do not justify the granting of such license ' A good d(jal of evidence was adduced. It was shown that the requirements of Appia did not justify the granting of the license, but it was stated that as Appin was now becoming a a tourist- district a se,cond hotel would be required. Rebutting evidence waa given to show that the number of tourists who went to .-, Appin was very small, and that the present hotel there had ample accommodation. , , Mr. D'Arcy Irv...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

LOCALJSOTES Mr. T. Bosworth has again been success ful in carrying off one first and one second prize for his collie dogs, ' Great Scott' and '* Picton Frolic,' besides being highly commended in two other classes at the recent dog show, Sydney. The committee of the sports hold on Easter Monday last, in aid of the R. 0. Church fund have decided that the final of the Sheffield handicap shall be run over again, As the programme on that occasion was not completed, they intend to provide an afternoon's sport of horse racing and athletics on Friday, July 31, and to hold a bread and butter dance in the evening. Details will appear in our next issue. Our enterprising townsman Mr. E. Goodwin of Argyle Street, notifies by announcement, that he intends to hold his great annual sale of drapery, clothing, boots and shoes etc., to commence on Saturday next; in addition to his excellent stock, Mr. ' Goodwin offers a choice lot of job lines in dresses woollen goods etc., at sale prices.. Such an op...

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Camden Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

damdeir Dairy Company1. An extraordinary v general meeting of the above wasliMdyin the School of Arts on ' Eriday afternooii,- 10th July, the attendance . being only moderate, 1-9 shareholders being represented by proxy. - Mr. T. Inglis wsis voted to tile chair',- who {Sailed upon the secretary to submit minutes of meeting' held 19th June, which were con firmed j on the motion of Messrs Wheeler and Dowle; , ' \ Mr. Oowper explsiine'd the busih^sS of the meeting was to ratify, or otherwise, the Resolution, authorising the acceptance of an dffer of £400 for the whole of the assets of ' tile company, duly passed Eft the extraordinary general meeting of shareholders, held ixi: Camden, on the l-9th June.- Also,- that Mr. ? E«. Cowper, of 19, Post Office Chambers, x Pitt street, Sydney, be appointed liquidator bf the company. On the motion of Mr. Wheeler,- seconded fay Mr. Jenkins, the above was unanimously ratified; ; ?. v- ' In reply to a, (|Uestio'n, Mr. dowper stated that Capt. Thomps...

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

Notes. We are? given £o understand that some I . thoughtless people ixi tha district have a very b&d habit of crying down various properties subinitted to sale. Several strangers, guided by these people, have gone . elsewhere to purchase lands, and make homes. One gentleman who bought land here,- was told that the land he purchased j , j - was no good, and not worth half the money I | j wanted. . Bieing a good judge of land, the [ Gentleman went and saw the property for himself, bought at the price offered, and considered the land was wortit a good deal more; Crying down the district and making little of its value for agricultural and other ? purpose's, is only- worthy of little-minded ipeofilei who have no interest in the welfare of the district. To publicly decry other - ' people's properties is a serious matter,- and those who are so fond of indulging in this fconte'niptible habit may find themselves before a Ceurt of Justices to answer a charge ? for damages.

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Camden Municipal Counoil. The tiSual fortnightly meeting of the aldermen of Camden was held on, the 8th inst. ? Alderman W-. C. Burner, J.P., pre sided, The. following . Aldermen were present: — Gr. Cleveland, E. B. Druitt, 0. Y, Coleman, H. Moore, and G.B. Burner .- On the motion of Alderman Druitt, seconded by Alderrdan Cleveland, the minutes of the previous iiieetiiig were read and confirmed. Apology was received for the absence of Alderman Griffiths. , Correspondence. Brom the Government Department of Labour and Industry, notifying the Council that the Government had granted the sum of £30 towards providing work for the unem ployed and relieving the existing distress in the district, oii the understanding that, the .Camden Council voted a like amount. Alderman G.- B. Burnel-' said he thought the offer should be accepted, as many in the 'district; would . avail . themselves of the opportunity to benefit themselves by obtain* ing work, and he moved a resolution accordingly. ? - - ...

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Hunt with the Hounds. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Hunt with tiie Hounds. On Saturday last the members of; the Sydney Hunt Club proceeded to Menangle Ivith their hounds, and were met by the local members of the club at that station; f The ladies and gentlemen proceeded to the residence of Mrs Macarthur -Onslow of Camden Park; The hounds shortly after arrival were sent away to a good, scent -!)v©r some pretty stiff Country with a few good jUmps,^ and an excitiiig chase ensued, keen .interest . was manifested in the proceedings, not only by the members of the club, but, by the . residents ?' of Menangle and Camden. The visitors included Colonel Airey, I fj D. S. O., the blaster of the hounds, Colonel / || Mackenzie, Captain Scott, Captain Dangar, I WSii'Bd. Kinahaa, Mr. Patterson, Mr. Br un it $ pon, -Mi\ Plunkett, Li eut. Plunkett, Capt. Le ft |ilesurier, Mr. Gore, Mr. Prel], Mr. Charles, f| phe hon. Gatborne Hardy, Mr. B. Terry, K.mnd Mr( G. Terry, the hoti. AliceBrand, Miss -fee Houghton, Miss Bell, Miss Airey Mrs Oostin, and other...

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England and America. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

England and America The march of the corps of the Honour able company of Artillery of Bostocf, in ? the United States, through the streets of London, carrying their arms and with their flags flying and drums beating, is; one of the most, picturesque incidents of a time of strange international perturba tions. It goes without, saying that such a permission would be granted to the force of no other Power, but this does not do fall justice to the occurrence. If ' the permission would be granted to the force of no other Power, it is equally true that it would be granted by no other Power. The only two powers that could show each other such a com-, pliment as this are England and the United States. ? The visitors do not come as private citizens ; they come as a military force, armed and equipped ae soldiers. In this form they are allowei^/ to march through the streets of the capitar of a nation with which 120 years ago their forefathers were at war. They are re ceived by the Queen and ar...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 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, CosrsiiTTBS Meeting .—2nd Tuesday in each month. Leuding library .'branch,- daily from 7 to 8 p.m, and on Tuesday, Thursday, and. SatKrday afternoons from 3 to 4.30. ' Quarter Sessions, and District Courts will be 1 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. Inglis' Sale Yards, .Camden. Quarterly Licensing Court Picton on- July 24 at 11 a.m. ?' -Local Land Boards meetings at Campbelltown— Wednesday; 22ud July, at 11, a.m, at Picton, Thursday, 23rd July at 10 a.m. Camden School of Arts— performance by the Men angle Dramatic Club, ' Paul Pry' and ' Never Reckon your chickens.' Saturday July 25 at 7.30. Sporting Carnival : — at Tha Oaks School of Arts Friday evening ...

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Important Warning to Vine-growers. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Important Warning to Vinegrowers In .view of the great importance, not only to vignerons, etc., but to the whole of the Colony, of minimising as far as possible the spread of the disease knowu as 'PhyHoxera Yastatrix.' Vine-growers are specially cautioned against the danger of planting vine-cuttings grown in the Counties = of Cumberland and Camden, un less disinfected _ by immersing them for 20 minutes an a solution containing one pound of Sulphate of Potash to every 20 -gallons: of water. The mixture to be made in an earthenware or. wooden vessel. . The Department of Agriculture in issuing this warning state that the above will hot injure the cuttings, and will effectually remove all danger of infection. The removal of rooted vines from Cumberland and Camden is pro- / , hibited, unless the same be specially | sanctioned by an inspector. On application | to the Department of Agriculture, Sydney, vine-growers will be supplied with Sulphate of Potash at cost price, viz., 7d per lb.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

RELIGIOUS SEKVI CES. Church of England Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J King (H,0.) Camden — at 2.45 p.m, (Oho 'til Litany) . Gamden— afc 7 p.m, Rev 0. J. King 'Menangle — at 11 a.m, Rev. J; F. Russell (H.O.) Theresa, Park — at 3 p.m., Rev C. J,. King Westbrook — at 11 a ni, Mr. S. G-. Best Werombi— at 3 30 p.m, Mr. S. Best Cobbitty — at 7 p.m, Rev G-. H. Allnuct Narellan — at ll.a.m, Rev G-. H. Allnntt Gabramatfca — afc 3 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnufcfc Wesleyan. Gamden —at 11 a.m, Rev R. Caldwell Gamden — at 7 pm, Mr. Gr. Smart Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev. R. Caldwell Cawdor — at 7 p.m, Mr. H. S; Clifton Glentnore— at 11 a.m, Mr. B. Procter Glenmore— at 6.30 p.m, Rev. R.Caldwell Westbrook — at 2.30 p.m Mr. H. S. Clifton v Picton— afc 3 p.m, Mr. A. Doust Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman j - Primitive. Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev R. Mowbray Camden— afc 7 p.m.. Rev J. Ashmead 'Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Supply .. Theresa Park— at 7 p.m, Mr. H. Doust Menangle— at 3 p.m, Hev R. Mowbray Minto -at 7 ...

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

.' 4 ???:. Brevetiss. '-??* It is calculated that if all the members of the A; M. P. Society could be assembled together in Sydney, it would require a pluce 27. times the size of the present Town Hall to seat them. - ? The Australian cricketers won their match against the Players of England by anl innings aud 136 .runs. During their English tour the AustraBaii i cricketers have played in 18 matches, win-,1 J ing 12 and losing three, whilst the remain-M I in g three were drawn. . I | Intense, heat is being experienced through*./ i out England f - j Tiie House of Lords passed the Marriage' I with a. Deceased Wife's, Sister Bill through '^11 its final stage by' a majority of 38. Two ? f' archbishops and 17 bishops opposed the Bill ; the Prince of Wales and the Duke o? York supported the measure. ...The amount realised by . the recent -stud sheep sales was over £29,000, the largest total for several years past. : -

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

V The Financial Statement. On Thursday last, the Premier delivered his Budget speech in the Legislative Assembly. He showed that the accumulated liabilities of former years amounted to / £1,174,000 but these had been greatly reduced, for £173,000 had been applied to reducing the consolidated debt, and the balance had been put on the same footing as other loan tunas. in referring to the position of the Treasury, Mr. Eeid said that he ha'd estimated to receive £9,219,000, and had actually got £32,000 more. The estimate from land and income taxes had set down at £254,000, and £27,000 of that amount had been actually received. There had been a net loss through Customs duties of £152,000, but with all this there was a substantial surplus of, £333, 000 in actual cash on the year's transactions. The revenue for next year is estimated at £9,274,00 0, and t he expenditure at £9,370,000, arid it is believed that at the end of 1897 there will . . be a surplus of £142,000. »

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Gamlen Postal Illormatloil, Arrivals from : Cawdor — St 11.45 S.m Brownlow fiill— 6 p\m. The Oaks— 6? p.m, Sfount Hunter— 6 p.m B-urragorang— 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 CSmpbelltown— rfitto' ' /lit to' Granville — ditto* ditto', Sydney — ' dittflf ditto M^ils close r'oE : Srownlow Sill — 11.45 a. ni The Oaks — 11.45 a. in Burragorang — 11.45 a.m ? Mount Hunter — 11.45 a m, Liverpool — 8.85 a.m daily Narellan— 8.35 a m, and 2.20 p.rn (foily Carnpbelltown — &35 a.m, aM 2.20 p.m daily Granville— 8-35 a. m, and. 2.20,,p;,m daily - Sydney — 8.35 a. m, and 7 p.- W 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 8 30 a m, and delivered per 1 to' clock delivery in, Sydnfe'y unday excepted) - ? ' English mail made up every Monday at 8.30 a.m One...

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SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

SANDE& & 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 Hul-Geiier'all for, Itftly ait Melbourne, 14th March, 1878; Awarded Diploma: at ttie Amsterdam Ex hibition. l^8' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics jj'u oniversiti&S all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market,- products of simple distillation, forming crude re'dinous oils. In order that, these crude oils may not be taken for ouf Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract,- Whicih is recognised by tne medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin,- as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, v/e take If is pro/ted bf tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and GfeifsWald (Prussia), und -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn,- and Professor Dr. M osier, Di...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

Death. Whybrow.— On 13th July, at his son's . residence, Brownlow Hill, Edward Whybrow, native of Sussex, England, aged 77 years, leaving a large family to mourn their loss. Funeral Notice. The Mends of the late Mr. Edward Why brow are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, to leave Hardwicke this day (Thursday) at 12 o'clock for Cobbitty Cemetery. J. D. RANKIN, Undertaker.

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

tJ - ? ? ^ — / B n £ A K FA S T— S UPPER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. ? COCOA BOILING water or milk, ilOR SALE BY TENDER lFarm of 435 acres, 200 acres cleared land, and all securely fenced, 0J miles from Camden Refrigerat ing Works, and 2h miles from (Jobbitty Butter Factory, with frontage to Nepean river. Home stead and orchard. Any person wishing to inspect the farm will be met at the Camden station on malting arrangements with the undersigned Teuders to be in the hands of the undersigned, ?before Saturday, August 1, 1896. JOHN WALLACE, Westwood, Brownlow Hill. Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every description k delivered to any part of tke district at cur rent prices. 7 Tongue- grooved lining and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill, or W. 0. Furner, Camdfcn. j o o s t i Gr -A. nsr ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, Carpenter, Joiner, Wheelwright, Coach-body Maker, Undertaker, House Builder, etc. General repairs promptly executed. Sulk...

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

Mr. F. Oliowne, SURGEON DENTIST, May be consulted at Mrs. JTEW'S, Hill Street, Caiftden, daily. Artificial Teeth inserted o'rt tile most Approved, principles without the extraction of roots where practicable. Decayed Teeth lnnlt up with' Porcelain, Gold, &c. This process is most beatitifftl, durably aud the acme of .cleanliness; ? - Patients are guarantoed perfect, satisfaction,. Teeth extracted painlessly by nitrous oxide gas, &c. ' ? ???????.'? ' For couGas, colSs, Bronchitis ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, COMSUMPTION &c. , &c. ' AY'S CO lVI POUND ESSENCE OF LINSEED, Aniseed. Senega, Squill, Tola, &c. CAUTION'.— Spurious imitations are being offered. T7' AY' - CO VI POUND, a demulcent expectorant, for Coughs, Colds, snd Chest Complaints. EA Y'S COMI'OUND, for Coughs aud Colds, ia equally serviceable for H orses and Cattle . KAY'S TIC PILLS, a specific in Neuralgia, Face-ache, &c. Contain Quinine, Iron, &c. INUM CATHARTIOUM PILLS, digesti...

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

- * ' * ' Biingolly. [FbOM OtfR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Up to tiie present we have had no winter ; to Bpeak of, and the weather has been com paratively warm J but we are now beginning ' , to get severe frosts neatly every night, and it is feared that the fruit tree buds which are ^ far advanced, will suffer through it. I see that the Government land valuator, Mr. Golless, from Penrith, has been through the district taking the names of landholders ; and their holdings, The majority of the people here put down £2 per acre some time eince as the unimproved value of their land, -but, what the Government decide we have yet to see. - The new bridge known as Moulder's, on ? the Luddenham road is now finished, not . before it was wanted. It is very strong, but a little blue metal on the approaches would improve matters considerably. ? ,'i'he usual monthly meeting of the Tem perance Society was held on Saturday,- 20th iiltinr.o. The xisual business of the meeting -having been gone through, a pro...

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

Westbrook. TFeom our own Correspond rwt 1 A ball was held at the Westbrook lia.ll on 5 Wednesday night the 8;th instant where many visitors attended from Camden,; 'Cobbitty, and the ' surrounding districts. Dancing commenced at 7.30 and was kept up ^with much spirit until 2 o'clock the following - £ morning, the music was supplied by Messrs 3P. Huntley and W. . Wheeler, (piano) and.' C. Kelloway, G. Cranfield*. (violin) whose ^playing was much appreciated by all pre sent. Mr. W. W. IBedford made a very -efficient M. C. The supper was most satis factory earned out by Yhss N. Wheeler and .Mrs V. Thurn. The dresses worn by the 'ladies looked extremely pretty,. ? The young people^ of Westbrook are en 'deavouriiig to form a Christian Endeavour; Society, they hold their second meeting ?on Saturday evening when Mr. J. Smith will lead the meeting. A picnic will be held in connection with ihe Mount Hunter Sunday School on Fri day evening:, parents and children are aadst cordially invited to ...

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