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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

''A. good lead ! pjfeSfeS'] : n — -(&) is held by Ttoe ? Hampden' * Cigarettes. i ii nu,,. u.,i .i . ,i ii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

WE MUST HAVE THE TOOLS. .Robinson Crusoe, you remember, made a big boat or cauoe out of the trunk of a tree. It was a laborious and tedious job. And that wasn't the worst of it. YYhen he got the bout done he oouldn fc launch it. , Xt was too heavy for one man to handle. If he Lad only had an arrangement like the captain of a ship he might have managed. 'He understood how to do it, bus lacked the tools.' How often we find ourselves at a dead stand for that same reason. Let me give you a fresh illus tration, tied up for the moment in- the following letter, which must first be read before we can rightly come at the point. ''In the Spring of 1S84,' says our correspondent, .'I got into a low weak way, not being able to imagine what had happened to me. Mv strength kept ebbing away till I had scarcely the desire or ability to do anything. I felt as tired as if I had just arrived home from a long, hard journey yet ▼ » /* 4.K .1 ? ? 1 ~ C ? ? 1 ? 1 ?» . %7 9 - xau mure iiiciu usiuu vi any Ki...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

?''???; ' Breveties Flour and meal of excellent quality are being manufactured at Maclean from sweet potatoes- 1 - ? M . : ' ? - A man named Charles Fahey was tkilled at the Sydney Oyclorania Building by the explosion of some chemicals. George ; Lucre '. well, known in religious and temperance circles in .Nelson (N Z.) on Friday night hanged himself in the local Congregational Church. Reports as. to the harvest in Great Britain are unanimously favorable. : Mr. VV. J. Bryan, the Democratic candid ate representing the silver party, has been nominated for the Presidency of the United States. Mr. Sewell, has been nominated by the Democrats for the. Yiee-presidency. Mr. Bryan for the Presidency by the Populists. ,A mass meeting of the Typographical Association is to be held to consider the serious condition of. the trade through the introduction of machines to supersede hand type-setting. ,. . . Cardinal Moran on Sunday last blessed the new church-school erected' by the Franciscan Father...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Burragorang. ] p ? Tpbom ottr own CORRESPONDENT.] Matters generally here are very quiet, the weather '.is, cold of a morning with lovely sunshine during the day. | * The butter factory still continues to hold its own, considering tho winter season; ?' All of our farmeiifs are very busy plough ing and preparing the land for the iiext seasons crop of maize. The health of the valley is exceptionally good. A mob of about 30 horses were sent to Sydney last week from Burragorang- from tho farms of Messrs, Q,uig, J. A. Garlpn and. 0. Hill. The -prices realised ; at. Cam- ;; perdown were considered satisfactory. One brown horse by King 'George bred by' Mr. J. A. Cftrlon' fetched -£22, and was pur chased by Mr. Samuel Hordern of; Sydney,, for his stud. A large sum ofmoney has, recently been spent : on the bridle : track from. Cox's yriver to Wentworth .-Falls, yet, /.the road ,is7.not near completed, the work so far has been done by day /labour. / In view of the ini ? portanco of .opening up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

SOCIAL in connection with the OAMDEN TOWN BAND will be held at the MT. RIFLES DRILL HALL, on THURSDAY EVENING' AUGUST 6. Ladies invited. Dancing 8.30 to 12. LOST — £1 note between Tram Station and Waterworth's hotel. Finder please leave at NewB Offioe. W. S IMI .A. IR, 1?, GENERAL GROCER. Argyle Street, Camden, (formerly Mr. O. T. Whiteman's old store) Begs to inform hi3 friends and the general public that he has opened a General Grocery Store at the above address, and trusts by keeping- the BE \T of GOODS, and at the lowest possible prices to be favoured with your esteemed support and patronage. No connection with ANY OTHER Camden House. MARRIED COUFL WANT ED -Man totake charge of and work orchard near Sydney. PreviouB experience in Bummer fruit cultivation neoessary. Apply by letter to Box 7*0, G.P.O. ENORMOUS SALE OF Gladstone Tobacco, SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS AND TOBACCONISTS, : , P#T. UP IN 201b BOXES. Jib PLUGS, 9d, IFHTXjIj 'WIEDIG-IHIT- Ask for it, take no other SOLE AGENT—....

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Poultry Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Poultry Farming. There are so very few industries in our midst that it is with pleasure We have to record a new one in the shape of an upto date poultry farm. A recent visit by us last week to the farm of Mr. J. Marceau, was quite unexpected, and we found the owner perfectly happy with his stock of poultry, looking after their well being and comfort. Mr. Marceau has wisely chosen a farm for the purpose of. going thoroughly into the business by erecting his pens in close proximity to the slaughtering establishments of Mr. E. Small, and Alder man E. G. Griffiths on the main Southern . road and, of course, Mr. Marceau takes the benefit of purchasing the necessary animal food for his fowls without much expense in the way of cartage, etc. The approach to the poultry farm is off the Main Southern road, and is isolated So to speak, from traffic and unnecessary interference. A neat little dwelling house is surrounded with the usual paraphernalia of a bird fancier, coops here, coops there, e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Death Gregory.— July 22 at the residence of her mother, ' Hannahville' Narellan, Cor delia, youngeut daughter of the late Mr. Job Gregory. Age 35 years, Return of Thanks. Mrs. Gregory and family desire to return their sincere thanks to their kind friends for their many expressions of sympathy, letters and cards, wreaths, crosses, flowers, etc., sent them during their recent sad bereave ment. In Mexnorlam. Gaudrt.— -Tn sad but loving memory of our dear sister, Mary Ann, who died August 4, 1895, aged 27 years. It is juat one year ago to day Since our dear sister passed away ; Hard is our lot that has now befel, For we were not there to bid her farewell ; Little we thought when we bid her good bye, She leftua forever and left ub to die. Inserted by her loving father, brothers and sisters. ?

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Theresa Park Races. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Theresa Park Baoes , A capital-'and exceptionally tfell qon duoted races were held on the race coarse on the estate of Mrs Mc Mullen. The attend ance was fairly good and; the work of the handicapper, Mr. E. Hughos^-Jgave general satiafaotio*. The following & the result of the Various races competed for. Flying stakes, of 2 sovb., 5 furlong 4 started 4 Geary's (8-I2) Athee 1 - ?XT'' ^ 'Leichel's Annie 2 * ( Campbell s Brownie ? 3 A good race, won by a lengthy Dunbar's ?Tlie Cat also started, Hack handicap, of 1 sov.j 5 furlongs* 3 started. \ Small's Lady (9) 1'' ' ? Allingliaua's Jack the Ripper 2 : - ?. .*r Hughes's Pastime 8 ; Lady won cleverly by about- a length. * i uvPony handicap, of £1 10s, 4 furlongs, for i fponies 14 hands and under. - * t ... -? Dunk's Uaissy ^S'S)1'1-' ' 1. i 1 Baxter's- Blackberry- ! '-2 ' i w- - Hughes's' Ton; fj' .'-Other starters Mysteryj and' Janei : Daisy; Avon' very easily, Blackberry was- well in advance of the other ponies. ? !i Point hand...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

CommeroiaL Tuesday's sale in Camden by Mr R. H. Tnglis, was well attended, but not a large number of cattle were offered. Dairy heifers fetched from 12s to 26s 6d ; dry cows from 20s to 33s ; cow and calf £2 2s 6d. The South Coast and West Camden Company, report aa follows on Live Stook: Fat calves: — Supply not equal to demand, prices firm, anything prima sold really well. Good heavy weight calves are worth up to £2 4a Od ; good quality medium sizes up to £1 15s. Inferior and Medium 12s to 30s. Fat pigs : — Moderate supplies again yarded and prices ruled firm through out. Prime heavy weight pigs 50s to 72s each; prime bacon pigs 39s to 44s each; good bacon weight pigs 27s 6d to 36s ; prime porkers 18s 6d to 23s 6d; stores and others 5s 6d to 14s 6d. Messrs. William Inglis and Son's Sydney report as follows on farm and dairy pro duce : — Prime oaten hay 4s 6d to 5s per cwt ; prime oatea chaff 4a 4d to 4s 9d ; lucerne hay 28 2d to 3a Od ; maize 2s to 2s Id per bushel ; wheat 4b 2d to...

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Notice Before Proceedings. AT THE CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT, ON SATURDAY, THE 18TH INST. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

, Hotice Before Procgs&ingg. At the. CAMi'BELLTOWisT Police CourTj on Saturday, the 18th i w st. : Before Messrs P. B, Hurley and H. Y/inton, J's. P. the followiug important case was decided. [rOLIOE V. IIOLAIIAN.] J. Holahan was charged with 'dispersing u certain printed paper, :which said; paper was .dispersed, and being a paper printed ou ,. one sine on y, the said paper did not have, printed upou the front of such paper in legible characters the' name' and .place- 'of abode of the person .printing the same, the said paper not being a:; warrant or proceed ing in, the Supremo Court, in any inferior 1 court; or any paper printed by authority by any department of the Government, con trary to the Act,'' etc. . Sergt. Saunders prosecuted on behalf of the police. The case wus. brought under the 2nd ?section of the Printing Act,' and it was stated that Holahau had obtained monev by issuing a. printed form of a kind com monly known as ' Final notice before proceeding,' which he h...

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Bringelly. ' , [From our own correspondent.} ' A fire occurred at Hoxton Park on Wednesday the I6th inst ; at the residence of Mr. Hutton. The family were awakened about 4 o'clock in the morniug by a roaring noise, which tamed out to that the place was on fire. By strenuous efforts it was put out, bat not until a shed containing tools, corn, oats, etc was burned to the ground. Mr. Hutton estimates his loss at £50, much sympathy is felt for him here, as he is well known and respected. An inquiry was held on Tuesday week -concerning the death of an in'ant, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Adam, of , Briagelly. The verdict was given aR congestion of the stomach. The little one f bad been ailing for some days although nothing serious was anticipated. At the last moment, owing to pressure on our space, we regret having to hold over to the next issue, an interesting accotmfc of the opening ceremony of the CabramattA Parish Hall.

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Bicycle Road Race, from Goulburn to Ashfield. A 130 MILES RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Bioyolo Road RaoSi from d'oulburn to Aehfiiel^ A ISO MILES HOT. L ; A. foad race, illustrating what the oyclist. i is capable of accomplishing under natural conditions, was run under the auspices of the League of New South Wales Wheelmen on Saturday last. The road selected was that between Goulburn and Ashfieldj a distance of 130 miles, and the competitors numbered 19. The weather was more than fairly fovourable, and the roads were in a satisfactory condition. Mr; Porsehousej pre sident of the Goulburn branch of the league' officiated as starter. The starters were : — W. S. M'Combe, A. J. Body, both from scratch j 'A Graeme, 10 minutes j F. A. Drury, H. . Hayes, both 20 minutes ; G.,A. Halpin, E. H. Boyd, both 25 minutes : T, Amosr 27 minutes ; O; L. de Lissa, H.; Harris, both 30 minute3 ; S Williamson,- 36 minutes; F-.-W. Drinkwater, 40 minutes ; ; F. E. Shaw,- 42 minutes; T. Cassells, 44 minutes; . D. .Graham, 47, minutes ; 'McLean; 48 minutes ; C Saunders, J. Tracy, both 51 minut...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

The Oaks- | (From our own Correspondent.) ? : A great series of sports was held on Fri day evening last at our excellent and v worthy institution, The Oaks School of Arts, ' ih®. attendance was all that CQuld be desired. The proceeds of the sports was : devoted to the above institution. Mr. E. P. Moore, was the hon. secretary of the movement, and to his care and attention the ^success or the whole must be very largely attributed. The following is a list of the winners in the various and numerous ? contests: — Boy's race under 14 years, prize by Mr. Kenniff. P. Wild 12 yds 1. High kick handicap, prize pair stirrup irons by C. G. Moore. E. P. Moore scratch 1st 7ft. 9in. Tilling ring for hoys 14 years and under, prize buggy whip by Mr. Kenniff. R. Rodgers 1. Tilting ring for youths under 20 years, prize bridle bit by Mr. Bensley. John McNevin 1. - Tilting ring for men, prize, bridle bit by . Mr. Bensley. S. W. Jones 1. Comic song with music, prize 5s by Mr. W. McKee. S. W. Jones 1. : ....

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Bifle Shooting. Prize- shooting at 500 and 600 yards ranges took place last Saturday among members of Camden Reserve Rifle Club, \v i i h t'lie following result, (the first five bein^ winners in the- order named ' — Names. ; 50')yd?'. 600yds. Hdc. Tot A. Watson 25 21 13 00 J. Poole 28 25 4 55 G. Watson- 21 . 16 18 55 J. Moore 23 29 — 53 ? H. Parindon , 26 - 26 ? — , . 52 j R Miiules 27 ' 25 -r- 52 D ?. M orton 27 1 9 4 50 W. Hop son 14 27 8 49 J. . I logan 1 i . 1 5 1 y 47 W. R. Cowj-.er 21 17 - 'J - 43 Th/-) much l)etv\e-ai the A uytralinns and the,M.O.- \ an. G-oiind eml -rl iiV.aidiii.w., '/ h,j .-co 1 1'.- w«i »? — iVusi Vitiian fii .sr.:i ;.-n in'y« 20 i. ; second iuijinvrs' ?S;-l 1 . , vi C.. ),,? first . innings r367 ;.. seconuj ..li-Hf/; lor- 9-0. : ; 'I'V e , , A' ust r a-i i a i ? si I f e.- - 1 i'ta \v i p In; led 22 matchesju i^.n»I;atiil , w.i.(i ni ng Ii3,:.and io.iiug: ' ihren, whilst' the remaining fci.x w r-* drawn.

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Karelian.. j . our own Correspondent.] 1 Deep aymyathy is expressed here by the deatKof Miss Gregory, wlio will be greatly ? missed, the deceased lady , was much re spected by ail, not only by the elder res idents, but, by the children of the Sunday School, in which she took a most lively interest for the past 10 years. The funeral )/x took place at St Thomas' Church on Thurs /(] day afternoon. The church waB neatly /jj draped, vast number of residents from ail over the adjoining districts paid their last J\ respects to the departed lady. The Eev. G. V H. Allnutt in his address spoke of the value and worth of Miss Gregory for her assiduous h attention in the Church and Sunday School work, the reverend gentleman considering that they had lost a jealous worker whose place would be very difficult to fill. The .Sunday School children proceeded the hearse, the girls under the care of Miss Mitchell, and the boys under Mr. Walter Larkins. Mr. Rankin ably conducted the funeral arrangements....

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University Extension Lectures in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

University Extension Lecttirfcii in Camden. -i vW)n Friday evening- last at the Camden SPgooi of Arts, Professor Jose of the Sydney t)'nivwsity delivered his first Beries of lectures. The Subject of the series was that on the growth of the British Empire* more - particularly referring to that of India under the early control of the Bast India Company, 'the lecturer ably and comprehensively dealt ?with trie eariy History 01 mis our now great ^Principality. The Indian Empire* and the lecturer was perfectly happy and thoroughly iami'liar with' his subject, dealing with the' greatest minuteness from the latter part of theseventeentli century to the administration of the representation bf the home Govern ment, Sir Robert dive, to the later repre sentative of Warren Hastings, Governor of JN^gaL, By thus briefly sketching the course which the lecturer intends to follow, by showing those who have not Closely . followed the history of that vast continent-— ? India— that it is more worthy of ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Not6S. tt was with mftfch t8gt«t that Hrfc coiii* felled to b& Witness to. k Very Uttjpleasant and aecidedly unnecessary display of temper and Words at the liast meeting of the aldermen bf Camden, whilst discussing matters of JfcBhcQ. We say tiiiSj beb&usej during the few months, the Council has been with many unoieasftnt duties, ttnd H^HHVuhpleafiant duties have beto carried out ?HHV common sense ftnd detei'Miiiiitioni HRh rebound greatly to the credit of e&ch jMHWferman. It is indeed & pity that any H friction should hoW dcttttr amongst the Bf aldermen oil the past, especially on matters B financial. $hete is no doubt whatever, bttt, ? 'that each alderman individually realises that ? he is partially responsible for the lack manned W 1)1 Which the details bf finance have of late F been conducted, and which Alderman Whiteman was. trying to remedy for the future. . It was out mind a pity that the .^neWly telected representative^ Aldterman :.r'&...

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United Milk Suppliers Association. CAMDEN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

United Milk Suppliers Association. ! CAMDEN BRANCH, A meeting of the members of this Association was held on Saturday evening last at the Camden School of Arts, Present Messrs. . Gregg, Moore, Kelloway, Clemsoh, EDayter, Brasev, S, Ellis and J, Boardman, Mr, jTas. Boardman occupied the chair at the early part of the proceedings. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. The chairman then called on Alderman Henry Moore . to inform the members the object and result of the meeting ' of the executive recently held at Dapto, Alderman Moore want into the subject most explicitely and assured the members that not j only would the price of milk be looked after 1 by the United Association, but, that the question of ( surplus1 was also under ' consideration he inforznsd the ^meeting that in order to farther prosecute 0hese matters and others of equal importance to the dairying industry, that it had been decided to hold a meeting of the executive on Wednesday (yesterday) in ...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Gamdeft Municipal Council The usual fortnightly meeting was held on the 22nd instants The Mayor, Alder man W. C. Furner, J.P., presided. The following Aldermen Were present t — C. T. Whiteman, E. J\ Druitt, 0. V'. Coleman, H. Moore, and E. G. Griffiths. The Aldermen formed themselves into a finance committee and the Mayor announced that the balance in hand at the bankers amounted to the sum of £473 2s 8d. The amounts collected for rates for the past fortnight was £28 7b 9d, and the collections on the N. P. A. accounts bring £3 19s Td. The following accounts were received and passed for payment M. Kelly, £3 12s ; P. Fox, £2 Os ?d ; C. Franzman, 2s 4d ; Council Clerk, £? Is 8d 5 W. Whiteman, 8s 4d ) Sons of Temperance (rent) £6 ; Camden News, £1 9s ; J. Cranfield, £12$ C, Clissold, £50; T. Curry, £2 ?s 3d; Mr. J. Lodge's account of £2 7s 8d was left over for the next meeting* The Council then resumed business, and on the motion of Alderman Griffiths the minutes of the previous meeting...

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Amateur Dramatic Entertainment in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Amateur Dramatio Entertainment In ' Gamden. The members of the Menangle Amateur Dramatic Olub most courteously proffered their services for the benefit of the Oamden. School of Arts, and gave one of their most enjoyable dramatic entertainments, at the above hall on Saturday evening last. The . hall was filled in every part with a most ' fashionable audience. Every one was more * than delighted with the excellent perform-! 1 ance, and hearty applause was given for the manner;* in which the various characters were pourtrayed. Seldom indeed have the Oamden residents had such a great treat /;| placed before them, and the continued ap- J- plause testified their appreciation of the kindness of the Menangle ladies and gently- ' men. The pieces submitted were Douglas Jerrold's two act comedy, ' Paul Pry,' and the one act laughable farce, ' Never reckon your chickens.' In Mr. M. J. Kenniff's hands, the audience had a perfect ' Paul Pry,' and ho acted the character to the greatest nicety and ...

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