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They wondered to see him. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

.Sliey Woiidered to see hiM ' I could not move a yard without help. I can now walk for miles.' There is certainly a very sharp contrast between these two statements. When toe 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 arid 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,' and enclosed within a comparatively brief period of time, as something to wonder at and ask questions about. And people did wonder at and enquire about it. Many saict Tne circumstances recalled the age of miracles, supposed - to have 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 kuown and respected in his district, and his case is' familiar to neighbours snd friends of his throughotit the vicinity. ' In the earl...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

The first steps / 1 ; ?11 \ S .IVice J%lJh (%A) to fake ? , should be lo secure a packet of The 'Hampden' r ; -Cigarettes ;' 1 ? ? m A collision occurred in the English , Channel during a dense fog between the; steamer Woolloomooloo and the collier Emerald. The Woolloomooloo, was just completing her passage from Australia. By the time she reached the anchorage her bows had sunk 6ft., whilst her propeller was in the air. All her passengers and crew were taken off in safety. An Old Age Pensions Bill has been introduced into the New Zealand Parlia ment, providing for the payment of from 5s to 10s weekly to persons over the age of 65 years, resident 20 years in the colony.. A 'RESPECTABLE COUNTRY GIRL, aged r\ 17, wishes a situation in a comfortable home. ' . References. Apply Camden News Office. LOST — About June 25, a very light bay or chest nut mare, 4 years old, unbroken. Branded TER. or ETR. One pound reward. Apply W. Dunk, Camden, WAGGONETTE— For sale in good condition) also a lar...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The Value of Maize. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

ValuS of Maize. aK important Disco^Bin?. , j Tbe Americans have been trying to rai def the value of their maize crops and theyliave succeeded. We area bit suspicious of fill American inventors,- because some of t-s have been 11 had' by our cousins. This is genuine. Mr. J. I. Thompson, Principal of the Btawkesbury Agricultural College, is a Scotchman, a man with a level heaa7 and he has been investigating this American discoveryj so it's all light. This, discovery was that corn cobs are good for stock. Mr. Thomps»n has been grinding the cobs and corn together, and feeding his horses with them and the results are excellent. Thiaf cob is quite eqiial to wb eaten bran, and all the corn-growers have to dt* i's 'to g&t machines for crushing it, and put it on the market. In the meantime, Mr. W. L. Boyce has got & cob mill, on the American principle, erected at Lochinven, and is pre pared to supply this food at £4 5s per ton f.o b. truck. There ought to be- a good deal in th...

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

Breveties. ? / In the race between James Stanbury, of New South' Wales, and Charles Richard Harding, the English champion, for the ] championship of the world, Stanbury won J with ridiculous ease. The distance was ;J covered in the fastest time on record, Stan Ui bury passed the winning post eight lengths. if) ) P Through a collision in the English Chan | j ri^l between H. M. S. Landrail and the ship Siren, homeward bound from Sydney, the .'sff latter boat sustained such damage as to ? founder almost immediately. The crew were saved. Intelligence from Upper Egypt is to the - effect that cholera is assuming serious dimensions. There have been 9350 deaths since the outbreak, 2244 of which occurred last week. Sir Hercules Robinson has been created a peer. A half-squadron of Lancers has been formed at Berry, under Captain Alex. Hay. \ / The Premier stated at Kiama on Monday night that he would have a surplus next year not of £140,000, but of £340,000. A goldfield discovered in the Orang...

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

Commercial. At Mr R. H. Inglis's sale in Camden on Tues day the following were the prices realised:-- Pigs rto 13s Od j dry cows from 15s Od to £1 lis Od fat cows to. £2 2s 6d ; heifer calves to lis Od ; aiC' springers weue offered. ' Messrs Foley Brothers, Sydney, report that the butter market has advanced, another penny during ' the week. The choicest is now quoted at a shill ing per lb, but the demand at that price is not so . : good as we could wish. . Maize has been in very ;good. demand ac:-d the market has gone up a penny ?per bushel. We have no difficultv in dinnnsimr of good samples at 2s 5d and we hope to be' able to ? report a f.urcher advance during the next; week. ?Owing to the cold weather and very light supplies -eggs advanced, to Is 5d and Is 6d per dozen yester day. - We do not anticipate they will remain quite . So high as this for any great length of ( time, and -would advise suppliers to send on their consign ments as soon as possible. The bacon market has :shown...

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Cobbitty United Dairy Company, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 16 July 1896

' Cobbitty United Dairy Company; Lfc&. An extraoi'dinary general meeting of - shareholders in the above was held at the Parish Room, Cobbitty^ on Monday after noon last, 6th instant, the attendance toeing satisfactory, a number of absent share holders being also represented by proxy, Mr. J. Lakeman (chairman) presided, who in explaining the business of the meeting said they were all doubtless aware they had had some law business which had led them into tflmnnraro trnnhlo. Things mif?ht have . ? » ? ? ? O ~ O ? — ? been worse, but they were bad enough. They would receive the directors' report of the matter relative to the intere st on shares. It was also proposed in the future to create a sinking-fund. In the past the interest had been met, which had swallowed up all the reserve. This fund had been contribu ted, of course, by the suppliers only, but the shareholders will now also supply their quota in the form of receiving no interest for six months, and in the future the rat...

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

. ' ?'/Bay ley 's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral, Best remedy for Coughs, Golds, Influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Befuse imitations. / , to bb oBTiiNiD eom ^ ^ Bayiey, Chemist, Camden, and aixstobekeeper : ? . .. '

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

Obituary. It is our painful lot this week to record the demise of Mrs Burne, the wife of our worthy citizen, Mr. F. H. Burne J.P. The deceased lady, whilst on a visit to some friends in Parramatta, was seized with a dangerous illness) from which recovery was regarded as hopeless from the first. Being fully consoious that her days were numbered she was cheerfully resigned to her fate, looking hopefully forward to a happy future beyond the grave. A telegram on Monday last announced that: Mrs Burne had passed away to that ' bourne from which no traveller ever returns,' and this announcement caused great regret throughout the district, and much sympathy was expressed for the bereaved. The subject of this memoir — who was 45 years of age — was of a retiring disposition, and was very seldom absent froii'. home unless on an errand of mercy, or aiding in some good cause. Her kind- ness and benevolence, besides othe* noble     I . : 1 traits of character, endured he...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Brsveties, i Owing to the financial collapse the sum ? of £21,000,000 was locked up in the banks j of N.S.W. in May, 1893. At the present [ time not more than £4,200,00 is held back j from depositors. Thus an exchange 5 — It has been proved thafc ,the true causes of string-halt in horses are intestinal parasites. In other words, it is caused by myriads of worms of several kinds attacking the mucous membrane of the digestive organs, especially the intes tines. Cold, wet and badly drained pad docks are favourable places for the pro duction of stringhalt. The curative treat ment must have three objects : to expel the worms, purify the blood, and assist nature in the restoration of the diseased organs, the line of treatment will consist of pur gatives, worm medicines and tonics, with change of locality, water and food. Move the animals to a sound paddock, or better still, into a yard or stable. Feed liberally, and constantly supply salt with their food Common salt, one ounce daily alter...

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SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 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-Gene'rai for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1S78. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. .1RR 0 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics . jji'vc universities 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 perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through ; the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we ?1 take - It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), tmd ~eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Hosier, Director...

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A Valuable Invention. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

A Valuable Invention. A new milking machine, which seems likely to prove a boon to dairy farmers, was shown in operation recently at Mr. Mackenzie's dairy, Bondi. The trial took place in the presence of Messrs 'Campbell (Director for Agriculturel, J. Eales (Dunken field), E, Denharn, J. Weston (Kiama), James Martin, H. Pateson (Fresh Food and Ice Company), J. A. Fotheringham, E. Gibson, E. I. Aiken, C. C. Lance, and other representative gentlemen, and proved thoroughly successful. The machine is the ? ? * r-v m ? i t* ? ? ? invention 01 ur. onieis, 01 uiasgow, ana is worked by an application of the suction prirciple combined with pulsation. Its operation showed it to be effective, cleanty, and free from any irritating effect upon the cow, and so simple as to be easily manage able by children. Mr. Pnteson, of the F, F. ond I. Company, added his testimony to its value, and expressed the opinion that it would do. as much to revolutionise the pre sent system of milking as the separator ...

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Picton Police Court. Friday July 17. Before Messrs. Antill and Roberts J's.P. Willbrant v. Schmarr. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Picton Police Court ? Friday July 17. Before^Messrs. Antill and Roberts J's.P. Willbrant v. Schmarr. tThis was a prosecution on behalf of Fredrick William Willbrant against Schmarr, for assault committed on the 3rd-, inst. After hearing evidence of the pro secutor and his father for the plaintiff, and Schmarr and Emily Schmarr for the defen dant. The Bench found the assault com plained of was proved, and find the defendant £l and 4s lOd costs and £1 Is professional costs in default 21 days im prisonment. Mr. E. W. Allingham appear ed for the plantiff .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

J1 O R SAL B Choice table Pumpkins', fresh Sweod Turnips, Preserving Melons, and Vegetables. ALF. TAPLIN, Brownlow Hill, ? J O O S TV z ' -3- ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, Carpenter, Joiner, Wheelwright, Coach-body Maker, Undertaker, House Builder, etc. General repairs promptly executed. Sulkies, ! ~ Buggies, on hand or to order. | ESTIMATES GIVEN. I Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral, Best remedy for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Refuse imitations. . * ,4 to br obtained prom J.Bayley, Chemist, Camden, and au, storekeepers

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Lawn Tennis. (Single Court.) The first rouinl Teunia:-., Tournament in connection with Camden Town Laun Tennis Club finished m '('ollo^sj . ' J. Curran, 3 games 30, v. F. Bavicr, 3Q. 12 gamos ko 6. The second round is as followa: A Barter \ y v. winner Morton-Pructcr watch ; Poat r. win ner'^wper-Devlin match ; J , (?urrnn f* ' G. Ker. J. F ' sv hye, ' ' i ; ? ,, .- . f ['?'?ft

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

„ ~ _ ' -'^VK ' BREAK FAS T— S U P P E~R . !. J£ p p 0 ^Q; GRATEFUL— COM FGP.TING; ? cocoa. : BOILING WATER OR MILK. ' JpOR SALE BY TENDER f Farm of 435 acres, 200 acres cleared land, - and all |\ securely fenced, 6J miles from Camden Refrigerat ing Works, and 2J miles from (Jobbitt-y Butter - Factory, with, frontage to Nepean river. Home- r' stead and erchard. Any person wishing to inspect J the farm will be met at the Camden station on making arrangements with the undersigned Tenders to be in the hands of the undersigned, before Saturday, August I, 1896. JOHN WALLACE, Wcstwood, Brownlow Hill. Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every description delivered to any part of the district at cur rent prices. Tongue-grooved lining and flooring board3 ?£_, (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill, or W. 0. Furner, Oamden. J D. RANKIN Carpenter, Timber Merchant, and Undertaker QAMDEN J^JONUMENTAL '^TORKS Argyle Street, Camden. 6. W. CLEVELAND, (Late H. L. Da...

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Proposed Parkes Bursary. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Proposed Parkes Bursary. At a largo meeting held in Sydney a short ?time ago, it was decided to endeavour to secitre in the form of small subscriptions a ? fund for the establishment of a bursary in connection with either the Sydney Univer sity or the Technical College (at the option of the burser), Btich bursary to take the name of the late Sir Henry Parkes, and to be open to all pupils in the state schools of the colony. It was thought that this would be the most fitting way in which to keep green the memory of the statesman, who did so much for the cause of primary edu . cation in N. S. W. Subscription lists have been sent to all the chief centres of the colony ; the amount of individual sub scriptions has been limited so as not to exceed one shilling, which, considering the two very landable objects in view should surely induce every school boy or girl, past or present, to help in the movement. All in the Camden district who would like, to j do so will find subscription lists at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

. ? ' z— bcs aafc ?' i i ? ? ? ? ? ii ? ? IP you are on &he ; ^fjJook out ? Vv5|f-;;'- '; ? ? ? Ji A \ ? ' for a good sihoker ? ? trv :' Price The (3^ '?Hampden' ./Cigarettes/

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They wondered to see him. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

They wondered to see Mm. ' I could not move a yard without help. I can now ' walkfvr miles. ' - There is certainly a very sharp contrast 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 sarne man, , and enclosed within a comparatively brief period of time, as something to wonder at and a3k questions about. Aud'peopler did wonder at and enquire about it. Many saiid t&e circumstances j recalled the age of miracles, supposed to hare passed forever away. 1 he facts {brieny set forth in a letter from the man himself) are as follows, We may add that Mr. Henry Jackson is a farmer, well knowii and respected in his district, and his case is familiar to neighbours and friends of Ms throughout the vicinity. ?' Iii t...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Commercial. Mr. R. H. Inglis's sale in Camden on ] Tuesday was fairly wll attended, and j cuttle sold well especially newly calved cows, i there was a good supply of milkers offered. Pigs sold to 5s-; sheep to 8s Id ; Cows with I calves from £2 5s Od to £4 17s 6d ; heifers from 15s to 20s : dry cows to 20s. Messrs Foley Bros, Sydney, report as follows under date * July 18: — The butter market has been very dull during the week. Ever since the advance to a shilling took place the demand has not been equal to tli9 ? I heavy supplies which have come forward, ? and it is a more difficult matter to clear stock at quotations. There is a large quantity of butter which has been in cold storage now on the market and it will be a difficult matier to sustain prices. Bacon. The prices have receded again, V but with the large shipmentsfwe are now sending to West Australia, we hope soou to be ,rid of surplus stocks. Eggs. The egg market was exceptionally brisk at the y__ beginning of the week, bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

THE ' OAlkS Saw Mills. ths oaks. Hardwood . Timber cut to order afiefcdettvefed to any part of the district at prices to meet the titrios. All orders punctually attended to. CHARLES WILLIAMS, Proprietor. WILL FORMS find otier documents :caa;,be purchased at The Camden News OfBice. & # GRIFFITHS, BUTCHER, Argyi^s Strlet, Camden^ is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hfiir and every kind of produce si's highest prices for cash. rpHE COMMERCIAL BACKING COT., 01 1 &YDKEY, LIMITED. Capital £1,000,000 0 0 Reserve Fund £1,010,000 0 G; Reserve Liability £1,000,000' 0 0 £3, 010, OCT 0 & CAMDEN BRANCH. This Bank allows ? interest on Fixed Deposits at the current rates,- Makes advances against ap- ; proved securities, and transacts all usual Banking business. W R COWPER, Manager. ptTBLTC NOTICE W. WASSON, General Blacksmith ani- Farrier, Begs to inform the inhabitants' of Camden ant! surrounding districts that he is now pre pared to supply Tomb bione Bailings,...

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