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

— — ? '?! .' ? I II 3 ENORMOUS SALE OF ' I Gladstone Tobacco, | ?SOL® BY ALL STOREKEEPERS AND TOBACCONISTS, ' ^ ? ; ? ???' », BUT UP IN 201b BOIES. |Ib PLUGS, 9d, ZFUXjXj WIEHO-HCT- a ' Ask for it, take mo other ^ £OLE AGENT— McCarthy & co., ^ TOBACCO MERCHANTS, HA YMAEKET, SYDNEY. 1 ?

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

? ^V; SMITH BROS, ; OAOH B UILDERS & GENERAL SMITHS^ Afc All kinds of vehicles made and repaired. Horses carefully shod. Work guaranteed eq.ual to any in the district* , ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, . j% - next to Mr. Frier's, Jeweller. /Jw 1 L L 1 A M . M o E W A N : V '1 ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, BAKER GROCER AND CONFECTIONER. Weddings, Pic-nics, &c., catered for. 'Wedding Cakes a speciality. f.C.MENER. TIMBER MERCHANT, Argyle Street, C A M D E N ^ _ 6 F Furner, Builder, and Contractor, HI L L STREET, CAMDB5 Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Bldingui Materials. . Repairs executed on the shortest notice. JCOSTIGaN, of Argyle Street, Camden, [.has ? for sale .2 new waggonettes, and one second ihand wagonette, also 2 or 3 horse drays, spring carts new and second hand. Has also severa sulkies and buggies for sale, new and second hand. Also sulkies aad buggies in course of completion. J.C. will endeavour to suit customers in whatever ?they may require. Wheels, or bodies ...

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

AG-ISTMENT— Plenty of grass and water at Narellan. Horses 5s a Month. Secure paddocks. U.K., c/o Narellan P. 0. PM. CHURCH, Camden . — Au In Memoriam. ? Service for the late Mrs. Burne, next Sunday night at 7. ? WANTED a situation as COOK, or LAUND RESS, or general SERVANT, in a gentleman's family. Good references. Camden preferred. Apply Camden News Office. CAMDEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. SATURDAY, JT3LY 2 5. The Menangle DRAMATIC CLUB Have kindly consented to give a performance in Camden inlaid of the above. The Laughable Comedies, 'PAUL PRY,' and ' NEVER RECKON YOUR CHICKENS.' Doors open at 7.30. Prices 2s, Is 6d and le, UNITED MILK SUPPLIERS ASSOCIATION. CAMDEN BRANCH, A meeting of the members of the above will be held at the Camden School of Arts (Committee Room) on SATURDAY EVENING, the 25th INST., at 7.30 o'clock sharp. S. ELLIS, Hon. Sec. Camden, July 21, 1896. THERESA PARK RACES. Saturday, J uly 25 FIRST PLACE TO START at 12 o'clock 1. PLYING STAKES, of 2 sovs.,5 furlongs 2. HACK HA...

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Concert at the Carrington Hospital, Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

, Concert at iki Carriiigton Hospital* Camden. C)n Monday evening last the members of the Camden Philharmonic Society most kindly and courteously gave a concert at the Carrington Etospital for the pleasure and Enjoyment of the patients; A worthy object. The dining room was prepared for the visitors and an excellent stas-e was erected. With a few exceptions the' whole of the members of the Philharmonic Society were present under the able care of the hon; secretary . the Reverend C. J. Kingj M;A;, who had arranged for the conveyance of the members from Camden by a drag; There were at least 90 patients present at the concert, besides several visitors from Ca.mden and district. It may be briefly stated that the Philharmonic Society carried out the pfbgramme submitted in such a manner worthy of all commendation to the members. The solos and choruses were exceptionally well rendered and in a happy spirit, all joining in perfect unison ; the members of the Camden society were quite unaided...

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

'|: ? !T,©t@s- i ? ? ? ' ? ? I , ? ? i] A very important meeting of the daity ' | ihen' of the Illawarra districts, and also of , I the . tableland 'districts^ . was held at Dapto on; 1 Saturday last} the. object of the meeting was | to qbtain a rise in the price of hiiHc to tile : j suppliers ; for thig object in view-; tie' j managers of the various niilk sup'plyiiig | com^ ),nie3 in Sydney deemed the meeting of I .such importance that they were present at ? | the conference. Camden w&s represented ! Itv Airier-man Mrtnre: Tt is cr'rri.tifv-' !ing to report that Mr. Pateson of the F. F; and I. Company htslcl but the hopes, and as a matter of fact the': various managers have Agreed that; providing the milk supplier's * 'Were united and .alio wed no cheap milt to go, | on the . Sy9n%'-\niafKetj the present price | paid, viz., 6|d per gallon, would be continued ! for the nest -twelve months; This is; as we 'j have fromj tinle to time pointed out the chief ! and main|jomt, and...

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Rifle Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Rifla Contest^ Ad per arrangement, the rifle contest between the Camden Mounted Rifles (No 2 Company) and Camden Reserve Rifles Club —8 men aside— came off last Saturday after noon, the light on the occasion being un favorable for good shooting. The Reservists Won by 75 points, Mr. Hindes putting up an .excellent score. Farrier Sergeant R. B. Cambell contributed the highest score for the losers. Scores annexed : — Reserve Club. - TTameS; 500 yds; 600 yds; Total R $ Hindes 33 p 60 ' H; Farindon ttl 24 55 J. Pool 29 2o 54- Ji Moore 29 22 51 ' ' W. Hopson 26 23 49 Dr. Morton 29 20 49 W; R; Cowpet 23 21 44 Dr. Bell 23 6 29 .IT I?ifie Club; ? . ' Names, 500 yds; 600 yds. Total Fr. Srgt. Campbell 24 , 24 4si Sr-rt. J. Small 25 2i 4fj Pri; S Veness 21 24 45 Corpl. Richardson 23 19 42 Pr; Taplin 25 17 42 Lt; J. Onslow 22 10 32 Pri. H. Rudd 20 11 31 Sergti T. Percival 21 9 30 310 j?r. Sergt. Campbell thus wins Major Onslow's prize for the high-'st score for tha highest score for the No. 2 Ca...

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Petty Sessions Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

iPetty Sessions Changes [By j.B.M;] The enforced retirement of Colonel B lom- field, by ihe actioii of the Public Service Board, is one of the painful incidents which have resulted, throughout the colony} in re classifying Petty Sessions districts according to the amount of business found to h&ve been transacted; As far as is generally known} no special examination into the work of the Court was made by any officer from the Board ; we must therefore bonclude thai: the decision must have been arrived at in another way; Details of court work are annually sent to the statistical department; these; and reports trom tne rreasury or nnes ana rees couectea$ no doubt formed the bases Upon which the Commissioners acted The business of Cam den} as of Windsor, Richmond} and bther small purely agricultural districts, has been declining for some years} and, iooking dis passionately at the task the Commissioners undertook} in the interest of the colony as a whole, we cannot think they hav...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 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. tionooL oi' 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. Quarter4 Sessions, aud 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. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Quarterly Licensing Court Picton on July 24 at 11 a.m. Camden Sch.ool of Arts— performance by the Men ... angle Dramatic Club, 4 ' Paul Pry' and '! Never Reckon your chickens.' Saturday July 25 at 7.30. Sporting Carnival : — at The Oaks School of Arts Friday evening 24th iustant at 7.30 p.m Social by the Camden Town band at drill hall, This evening (Thursday) University Extention Lectures: — at Ca...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

BELI&IOUS SERVICES. Church of England' Saturday July 25th, St James' Da#. Camden — ab 7-30 a.m, (H. O.) Sunday J uly 26. Camden— --at 7.30 a.m, (U.O.) Gamden — at 11 a.m., Rev Jos. Shearman Oamden — at 7 p.m, Rev Jos. Shearuiau Menangle — at 7 p.m,. Rev, J. F. Russell Westbrook— at 3 p.m, Rev Jos. Shearman Theresa Park — at 11.15 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell (H.C.) Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. P. Russell C'obbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev Gr. H. Allnutfc Cobbitty — at 7 P-m- Rev Q-* Allnuto Narollan-r-ali 3 p.m, Rev ti. H, Allnutfc (Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward i Wesleyan. tJ&mden— at 11 a.m, Mr. J. Bensley Camden— at 7 p.m, Mr- J. E- Moore, Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Cawdor— at 7 p.m, Mr. B. Procter Glentnore— at 11 a.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Glenmore— at 6.30 p.m, Mr. G-. Smart WeBtbrook — at 6.30 p.m Rev. II. Caldwell j Picton — at 3 p.m, Mr, H.S.Clifton Ca,mpbelltovm— at 3 p.m, Rev. R. Caldwell M enangle— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Caldwell Primitive. Camden— at 11 a.m., ...

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

Correspondence. : I /- ; It must be distinctly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of our correspondents 1 .../ '? although we are glad to publish letters . '

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

Narellan. fFEOM OXTR OWN COEEESPOlfDfiWT.l !»?? On Friday last,. eleven points of rain fell here. The prickly pear nuisance in the Kirk ham j ? lane still continues, the Camden Council' j attention should be drawn to same. ' On- Sunday last prayers wore offe el at ' our church fcr the restoration to health of | Mrs. Howe who is still very ill indeed. |

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

i ( Deatb MtLLS.—On the 9th instant, Agu.es M^ry, the dearly beloved wife of Jamea Mills, of Werombi, aged 25 years. In Memoriam. J)jjngatb. — In loving and sad memory of our darl ing siBter, Eliza Florist, who died on 24th July, 1890, at Mt. Hercules, Picton. We miss theo and moura ' ' Thee in silence unseen. Inserted by her loving brother and Bister, B. J. and E. Dengato. Tiokitbb, — Sacred to the memory of my dear grand father, Henry Ticbner, who died on 24th July , 1895, at Mt. Hercules. Picton, Inserted by his loving daughter, Gh M, Fluit.

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

(To The' Editor.) Sir, — I will ask you to allow me a email space, to reply to Mr. Moore's letter of July 16th, and I trust that any difference of opinion, which may exist between ub, will be criticised in a friendly spirit. Mr. Moore says that if I had studied the rules of the association closer, I would have ' '' ' fou»d that the rule, as to the adraiasioa of a . - Di'yscfco? of » milk e&rapaay, .oijly apjaii«d to. the wwmi ive eoxnpi'rtae,. ' Sh© . (! ; , j, ........ , -i. ... — - Docal pne. I have now, Mr. Armstrong''^ own Bet -of rules — sigaed by :him, and sent j -,«! to the .Secretary of the IPicton branch, be ; - tfore .me, and 'beg to -quote the .clause refer . ired to. I also enclose this ipa,p6r of Mr. ? . . , Armstrong's, and wall ask the Editor, by a r ioot note at the bottom, to confirm, the cor Tectness of my /quotation :: — -clause ?&. 'That 'any producer, not being a director of, or in - . -the employment of any milk cotnpiaoy, or, . interested in th...

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Sydney University Extension Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Sydney University Extension Lectures. These lectures will be commenced by Professor Jose, of the University, on Friday next, 24th inst., at the Camden Sohool of Arts, at 8 p.m. The subject of the first lecture will be ' The Conquest of India.' August 7th, ' India under the E.I.C.' August 21sr, ' South Africa.' ? September 3rd, ' Other Afrioan Golomes.' September 18th, 'Australia.' October 1st, 'Recent .Developmenta.' This will be the course, (-#.©' hours lecture wiU' be .followed by % discussion in which the audience will take part. We trust that the residents of , Camden will take full advantage of these ' lectures, provided at the expense of the ' School of Arts Committee.

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

L0CALJ30TES It is with the deepest regret that we have to announce tho demise of Miss Cordelia Gregory, of Narellan, this lady had been a great sufferer fo.r some time past, but the end came most peacefully on Wednesday near noon. Miss Gregory was the youngest daughter of the late Mr, Job Gregory and was esteemed by everyone known to her The funeral takes plaoe this afternoon (Thursday) at the Church of England burial ground, Narellan. Mr. F. R. Cowper, Solicitor, oan be consulted professionally at his Camden Offioe every Saturday.** & meeting of the members of the Camden branch of the United Milk Suppliers As sociation will be held at the Camden School of Arts on Saturday evening at 7.30. We understand that a meeting of the executive of the United Milk Suppliers Association will be held iu Sydney early next week. The Camden Dairy Company Ltd., will hand over the: Weatbrook '(Mount Huntor) butfc'' v^oiy, to' , Mrs. Macanhur-Onslow on t' August. ' .Suppliers of. milk to the ,...

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

we! ? Lead the fashions 'We are doing high, class TAIILQRIn at lowest pric66 FOR CASH, ft|i3 fel| — : — — ^ ? '? ??? . ? ? — — : ? ? — ? ? . ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ?? ??'?{ ? - /I WUg All our Stiitingfi rind Trouserifags are marked down; /I S?»s,S- . , [I - Our prices are tinequalled, aria otir tjnality is iihatirpassgd. /I „ ? ? ? ? °1 . now the Cold weather has bet is, Aii Overctiat, Warms Shirts, Singlets, Woollen Under Clothing, Gloves, Rugs, Ready-made Clothing, become a necessity, The tfnly question to defcide is, where to get tfcfe befit Val a James Harris and Co., HAf E THE BEST STOCK Atf 33 o a? to im: prices ' . ?jViWinii.i i 1 II I »i ??? m mini II J.u ' 1 1 n ?' i i i'ii'rfi— Irii I 'u iili.iiiiniil'l'rili ? ? ' ' 'i i Fitrner Brothers, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, BUILDERS' IRONMONGERS, OIL & COLOR MERCHANTS PLUMBERS, 60. All kinds of Builders' Material and General Ironmongery in stack. galvanized Iron,- Gutte'ring, Ridge Capping, &c. Galvanized Iron tanks, all sizes; ...

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District News. Westbrook. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Distict News. - Westbrook. [From our own Correspondent.]] u SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT. The annual treat of the Sunday School, St Paul's Westbrook, was held on Friday last. The weather was threatening but fortunately for the success of the gathering the rain held off during the afternoon, almost all the children of the Sunday School were present, and with them- a number of parents and friends. Between one and two o'clook the children began to arrive, games were indulged in until half . ? ; past three, and then the whole company -at down to a very tasty spread in the hali. TTr,-P^..«.. ? T ? T- ? UUIVHjUUOLDIJ JLUUUmUUlilj IJLIW ALU Y \J ? J. King, M. A., was not able to be present owing to the circumstances that were un avoidable, in his absence the prizes were presented by the Rev J. F. Russell M. A., : all the children enrolled in the school re ceiving reward of various degrees of value. Edith Wheeler proved to be bead of the school, and those receiving highest marks in the remaining two...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Camden Postal Information, Arrivals from : Cawdor— at 11.45 a.m . Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m, The Oaks— 6 p.m, Mount Hunter — 6 p.m Burragorang— 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 Campbelltown — ditto ditto Granville — ditto . ditto Sydney— ditto ditto j Mails close foe s j Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m i The Oaks — 11.45 a.m Burragorang — 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.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — S.35 a.m, and 7 p.m daily. Cawdor — Monday, Wednesday and Fridav 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 o'clock delivery in Sydney unday excepted) English mail made up every Monday at 8.30 a.m One penny postage to all places within a radius of 13 miles fro...

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Billiard Tournament in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 23 July 1896

Billiard Tournament in Camden- ' j On Friday the 10th instant at Mr. S. j Allingham 'a Commercial hotel, Camden, commenced a billiard tournament . in the billiard room of this hostelry. The ( ;? tournament is under the conductorship of ft j j: Mr. S. Haymann of Camden, who is so well II j: know as an expert on the 'green cloth.' 11 |. Mr, Haymann presents two medals for the ill I victors, first a gold trophy, and the second a »?' . silver trophy. Mr. Hey mann has in previous | years made a name for himself, and has personally conducted these tournaments with credit to himself and to those concerned. ISO 77Y* | v u^; 4 \ First Round. j Allingham v W. Black, Allingham 40 points, Black 25 points, won by Allingham ?- by 5 points. G. Schnieder 40 v. Corpl. May, 40 j Won by Schnieder by 23 points. ' ! J. Kelloway v A. Clissold, Kelloway 50, j Clissold 40. Won by Clissold by 24 points. I G. Young v. Blank, G. Young 70, Blank 35. Won by G. Young by 16 points. Hennessy v Thompson, Hennessy s...

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

Startling- Announcement/* IMPORTANT WOTic'E TO THE RESIDENTS OFC^MDEN AND DISTRICTS: ; . BR OWNELL & COY. J; of the Argyle Stores (late B. Botisi) f 'y . Intend to' relinquish. bHsin6ss, and announce therefore a tremendous clearing d'ut sale of the whble of the' Stocli. We .Will vacate tie premises m AUGUST, and so as to effect v ? - very speedfy' clearance will commence their Great Sale at once, and continue it for THRIVE WLEKS ONLY. ^ ^ a1 . * To reduce freight, Tremendous Sacrifices -will be made, and Great Inducements offered to the Public'. Never in the whole Annals' of the district' were such bargams £-???' bffered, or again will people see such' an' opportunity as rarely occurs in a life time; the' opportunity lies in a very simple fact, and that, of buying 30s'', worth of the pick oe BROWNELL &' CO.'S; Magnificent Stock— all New Godds— for 20s. To save £1' in these times is worth trying' to do so. Now, here is the time, so we would recommend th'. Public to no...

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