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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

The Government Geologist, reports that the stones found at Hanging Rook, are not diamond*, but zircon.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Military News. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Military News. Arrangements are being rapidly com pleted for the despatch of a detachment of the New South Wales Mounted Rifle Regi ment to England in the early part of next year. This detachment is to consist of those officers in the regiment, who can afford the time and means to go, and 32 non-commissioned officers and men, 4 being selected from each of the 8 half cotnDan-ies in the regiment, viz, Bathurst and Molong, Picton and Camden, Bega and Queanbeyan, Tenterfield and Inverell. The whole de tails of the scheme are not yet fully worked out, but the main object of sending the detachment is, that it may be attached to various Imperial regiments for 2 or 8 months for instruction, and thus give an invaluable education and experience to the officers and men who go, and through them (:on their return) to the whole regiment. It is further proposed that members of the detachment shall compete at the Binley and other Rifle Association Meetings, and at the Islington Royal Military and o...

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

LOCAL NOTES Alderman H. Moore, the delegate of the Camden district of the United Milk Sup pliers Association, visited Sydney yesterday, (Wednesday) the result of the ex ecutive meeting was that it was decided that the defence funds be tanked to the credit of the United Associa tion. The rules were adopted, and that the price of milk should be kept up to 6|d per gallon for the next twelve months. No milk surplus to go to Sydney was decided on. In the matter of Rule 5, it was agreed that the word ' branph' should read * exeoutive' committee. The members of the No. 1 (Camden) Coy, Mounted Rifles, are reminded that the shoot for thie quarter takes place at the range on Saturday next (August 1st), Shooting to commence at 1 .30 p.m. The usual cash prizes will be awarded. To-morrow (Friday) afternoon, we would remind our readers that a series of sports will take place in Hennessy's paddock, Camden, these sports are a continuation «f .tie sports held on Easter Monday. There will be hack and...

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

Lawn Tennis. The first Round Tennis (Single Court) Tournament in connection with the Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club finished as fol-1 ows : — J. Ourran, 3 games 80 v. F Barter, 80. 12 games to 5. Dr. Morten, 15 and 30 behind scratab v. S. Prooter, 8 games. 80 16 games to 15. The second round is as follows: — A. Barter v. winner Morton- Procter match, J. Peat v. winner Co wper- Devlin match, J. Ourran v. G, Barter, Rev. J. F. Russell, a bye.

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The Death of Miss Gregory. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

The Death of Miss Gregory. On Wednesday, July 22, there fell upon the church in Narellan, a heavy blow in the lamented death of Miss Gregory. For nearly two months she endured with christian patience repeated attacks of acute suffering, followed by extreme prostration. All that medical skill and devoted nursing could do was d-.ine, but after an operation upon which great hope was laid, she gradually sunk, and passed away at 1 p.m. bor 1U years Miss Gregory had given herself with loving faithful service to the Sunday School at Narellan. Never strong, and often suffering, she was rarely absent from her class. Her consistent life; her 'patient continuance in well doing her careful prepartion, and evident love of her work, gained for her the affectionate respect of the children and her fellow teachers, and tho esteem of all clashes. This was plain from the large and willing support she received in collecting funds year by year for the Sunday School treat and prizes, as well as for other...

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

' SMITH BROS, - OACHBUILDER8 & GENERAL SMITHS**. .All kinds of vehicles made and repaissdL Horses carefully shod. ' - Work guaranteed equal to any in the district . J ?}- -iARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, //[) v '?/ p' . '-'s .? next to Mr. Frier's, Jeweller. l| ' . ???'. ILLIAM _ M c E W A N !i 'ARGYLE STREET,' CAMDEN, ? ; 'B/^KER' GROCER AND CONFECTIONER. . , . . Weddings, ; Pic-jiics, &o., ciitersed for. 'Wedding Cakes a speciality. TIMBER MERCHANT, A iigyle Street, 0 A M ;D E N G F Earner, Builder, and Contkactgk, .. HILL S T REE T, C A M D E JST Is prepared to supply all descriptions of Bldingui ? ? ' ' Materials. - Repairs executed. on the shortest notice. J COSTIGaN, of Argvle Street, Camden, has « for sale 2 now. waggonettes, and one second ..Jiaricl. wagonelt®, also . 2 or 3 horse drays, spring carts new and second hand. Has also savera . sulkies and buggies for sale, new and second' hand. Also sulkies and buggies ? in course of completion. J C. will endeavour to sui...

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

— ? ? ? ? ? BREAKFAST-SUPPER. r®! o $ o iesm i U GRATEFUL^COMFOfiTlNG.' C O C O A BOILING i WATER OR -MILK* pOR, , . SALE .BY . .TEN.DE.U. i Farm of 435 acres, ;200 acres cleared' laridj and all . I securely fenced, 6J miles from Camden Refrigerat-j ing Work'sj'- and '-2J miles from Uobbitty Batter Factory, j-with frontage ..to ,Nepean river. Homo stead and orchard. '\Any 'person wishiug to inspect the farm_ will be met at the Camden station , on making' * arrangements- 'with ? tlie undersigned . Tenders .to be inr,the. hands jof , -tike . undersigned' 'before Saturday, 'August' l/l 896., ' ' t ' ' 1 ' ' ' JOHiT WALLACE, ' ' ' .- t -? ... f ; W-estwood,' ? BroWnlow J-Jill.- '? ArtMur EideGiit; ?'steam saw mills, Sverombi. Hardwood Timber of every description ?delivered to any part of the district at cur rent- prices. - Tongue-grooved lining and flooring boards' (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill, or W. C. Furner-, Camden. :J' Dj - R . A N K I ' N Carpenter, Timber Merch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 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 sal- General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1SS' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics :^xu o.mversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming erude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, whioh is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through tho Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, r/e take ? Tf 4a 'nvntrn/1 -foof.c' rr» orln -litr -J n c. of the Universities at Bonn arid Greifswald (Prussia), vad -eported b]r Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Clinic at ...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 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. School of Ahts, C'ommittkh Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, daily from 7 to 8 p.m, and on Tuesday, Thursday, ami Saturday afternoons from 3 , . to 4.30. Quarter Sessions, and 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. Sports in Hennessy's Paddook, Camden, Friday afternoon, 3 1st mat. Horse and Hack races, Sheffield handicap . Social in the evening. Camden Dairy Comyany, extraordinary meeting at School of Arts, Friday, August 14 at 3 p.m. Grand Military Ball, No 2 (Ca,nden) Co., Mounted Rifles, at Drill Hall Camden, Friday August 21. Gamden Reserve Prize Shooting. Aug 8 Aug 22 at 2 p.m.

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

Oamden Postal Information. Akkivals. .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. tn . 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 ? ; Mails close for : : ' Brownlow Hill — 11. 45 a.m The Oaks — 11.45 a.m Burragorang— 11.45 a,. m Mount Hunter— 11.45 a m, Liverpool — S.-85 a. in daily i , ITa-fcllau —8.35a. m, -and 2.20 pan daily Campbelltown— S.35 a. m, and 2.20 p.m daily Granville — S-3o a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney— 8.35 a.m, and 7 p.m daily. Cawdor— Monday,- Wednesday and . Friday ? at 12 15 p.m. : T.P.O.. South— 7 pan daily. . (Sunday's ex cepted.) -ueuters ijosceci in vamcien oetore o c-u a m, and delivered per. 1 o'clock delivery iu Sydney tinday excepted) - - English mail made up every Monday at 8.30 a.m , One penny post...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 30 July 1896

' .-RELIGIOUS SERVI C B S. Ohuroh of England. Camden — at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Ruesell (H.C.) 'Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev 0. J. King Jiieoangle — at 7 p ni, Rev. J. F. Russell Weatbrook — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. M. Ons'ow Theresa Park — at 3 p.m,. Mr. F. VV. A. Downes 'Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev 0. J. Kiug (H.C.) Oobbitty — at 11 a.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt (H.C.) Gabramatta — at 3 p.m. Rev G. H. Allnutt Narellan — at 7 pm, Rev U. H. Allnutt Wesleyan. ?.iSamden— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Caldwell . Camden — at 7 p m, Mr. F.. Whiteman Gawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Mr/F. Whiteman CHenmore— at 11 a.m, Mr. W. Smart GHenmore — at 6.30 p.m, Rev, R. Caldwell Weatbrook — at 2 30 p.m, Mr. W. Smart Pictou — at 3 p.m, Rev. R. Caldvrell Campbelltown-rat 3 p.m. Mr. Gk Smart Primitive. j Camden — at 11 a.m , Mr. H Doust Camden — at 7 p.m, Kev R. Mowbray Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray J^finto — at 7. p.m, Rev J. Ashmead Bringelly— at 11 a.m, Rev. S. Mowbray Roman Catholio Camden — Mass at 9 and 11 a.m., Evening De votions at ...

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

?jyH* R . M. M\ D'AEOY-IRYINE, B.A Arl^ilxBiri fioiicrfoaj OowvfclrAiKJfefy &c., &C., ? vitif Uainden fevery S&ttlrday, and ria»y he cfcutuUed at Rooms ne*t to Mr* Small's, j£lft.te Noakea and SmAll^ Oamden. Lands Woric tr&hs&ctecl. Land Boards V|N,: fct-nri ' all other Courts attended where re Jj tuiJindi ' ! Addi'dsa iiV letter or telograoi) Macquari'e - „ Street Liverpool; *? ? .- ^ ' . .. [A CARD.] ? . g , W. A LL INGHAM ? AT2(-RNb¥, SOLICITOR & CONVEYANCER/ v Commiaaioner for. Affidavits, ? ? A'EGiLE ^STEEETj OAMDEN. - NiB-.-^Ail courW'visited if roquiuect. [A CAED.] ? 0 H A R L E S - B U L L',' SOLICITOR, ETC, . Barristers' Court, ? Elizabeth Street, near-- King. -Street* * SYDNEY. ^ ?— ? — ^ ? — ? ? T ? E Or - A L. XJ — MR. F. R. COVVPER, Solicitor, &c., 19, (JTivst Floor) Post Office Chambers, 114 I'itt Street, Sydney, Plough &' Harrow Inn. ! A R GYLE STREET, 0 AMD EI*. ? M. L. BENNESSI Saving taken the above Ho...

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

Bayiey's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral,' rnn rh nnT remedy for OougKs, Oolds, influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Refuse imitations. TO BBOBIAUfi® FEOM ^ J-Bayley- CHOmiSt, 0^611, AND AlJj 3XOEKKEEPSRS / ; ' - ? *

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

'J.1 ?» -if — ? M»'* ?? -« ' *- ?'' '* ???-'? ??????? $: * ' . '? V.' THE CAMDEN NEWS, with whioh is incorporated THE OaMPBS' ^IMSS ' ? (ESTABLISHED 1880-1 ? Subscription 2e per quarter prepaid; at 2s 64 per qiaxte if btf6fc$&. A purely local paper demoted solely in. the interests of the Cdmden Electorate, And giving the fttllsst particulars of all events in these important dfatritit§. — THK— I Camden News Job Printing Plant „ Is varied and large/ and th* greatest cafe is taken to se'e the Wort is Well and pomptly executed u billheads CIRCULARS r FOSTERS CONCERT TICKET'S - t BUSINESS CARDS V BALL PROGRAMMES ii' , , CONCERT PROGRAMMED VISITING CARDS ®AGH8 RECEIPT BOOES JIILK CARDS Memo forms - order books etc., etc. }? Xindly B«nd yow orders f of printing ttf i THE CAMDEN NEWS, !! WRItE or call for estimates' The Camden News i'- ? Has a LARGE CIRCULATION in dtfcry DISTRICT m the EL 11 C foRATE 1 ADVERTISING TERMS. y ' ' fiRsT iKcfi to EACH SUCCEEDING IffCE & r'''* ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

: ? ' - . ? ? 1 1,1 'J''I,'JI 1,1 ^1 A whole Volume ofworel^^^, f) '3-' %? ^ ' ' hardly expresses sstiafacrion glveo j Tho 'Hampden' Cigarettes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

I WE MUST HAVE THE TOOLS. Robinson Crusoe, you remember, made a big boat or canoe out of the trunk of a tree. It was a laborious aud tedious job. And that wasn't the worst of it. When he got the boat done he couldn't launch it. It was too heavy for one man to handle. If he had only had an arrangement like the captain of a ship he might have managed. He understood how to do it, but lacked the toolu. 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 1884,' says our correspondent, 'I got into a low weak way, not being able to. imagine what had happened to me. My 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 no tax more than usual of any kind had been laid upon me. My mind, too, was weary ;...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

Breveties. English Freemasons now recognise the Grand Lodge of New Zealand. The Queensland Treasurer regards the industrial and financial situation of his colony as most satisfactory, and states that this year the export of sugar will be the largest on record. The sculling contest between Stanbury and Gaudaur is to take place on the Thames early in September. A disastrous fire occurred at Ilfracombe, in Devonshire, 30 shops were destroyed. The damage is estimated at £100,000. The young men who were charged for playing football on Snndays in Narrabri have been dismissed. The defence contended that a conviction under the charge would mean that football could not be played on any day of the week. Owing to the flooded condition of the Bowral Cemetery, a coffin had recently to be held down while the burial servioe was read. The Italian warship Roma has been struck and set on fire by lightning. A portion of the warship bad to be destroyed to prevent the flames from reaching- the magazine....

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

Lawn Tennis Last Saturday, being a bank holiday, was spent by the members of the Camden Union Tennis Club in playing off a double set handicapped tournament. The day was beautiful and calm, and in favour of good play, which was certainly witnessed by a number of spectators. Both slow and fast games were played according to tne moods of the contestants. The final caused a good deal of excitement, Mr. Maddox. winning the racquet offered for competition. The MisessBellprovided afternoon tea. Luncheon was held at Mrs. French's, The Camden Inn. Games as follows : — 1st Round. Rev. J. F. Russell and W. M. Hughes, v. Dr. Bell and P. Harris, 10 games to 5, W. R. Cowper and R. Thomas v. F. Harris and Armitage (15) 11 games to 9. R. Harris and H. Moran v. Dr. Morton and Rev. C J. King 11 games to 9. C. W. King and Maddox, a bye. 2nd Round. Rev. J. Russell and W. M. Hughes v. H. Moran and R. Harris, 12 games to 7. 0. W. King and Maddox v. W, R. Cowper aad R. Thomas 11 games to 7. Final. C. W. ...

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Opening of the Cabramatta Parish Hall, Rossmore. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

Opening of the Cabramatta Parish Hall, Rossmore. The opening ceremony of the above took place on the '23rd ult., by a concert and te meeting. The day was all that could be desired, and everyone worked with a will to. uiake the occasion a success, which it undoubtedly was. The following visitors amongst others were noticed : — Mr. T. R. Smith, M.LA., Mr. Jno. Kidd J.P., ex ?-v . . r i . ? 1 *n . /-- . . iroscmasier uenerai, nev. \j. di acicett, Mulgoa, Mr. W. C. Fulton, Mayor of Penrith, Mr. D. Nott J.P., of Narellan, and Mr. Stephen J.P., of Mulgoa. Owing to the unavoidable absence of the Rev. G. K. Allnutt, Mr. H. Wilcox introduced Mrs. Barker, erf Marylands, who had kindly con sented to open the hall, that lady most ably performing the ceremony. Tke hall was tastefully decorated with evergreens, flowers, and pot plants. The tables were laden with all descriptions of good things. Over 100 ladies and gentlemen sat down to tea, and partook of the good things provided. Tables were kin...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

(To TiffB Editor. j Sir,— As Coolgardie' is j uafi now att ractfng a good deal of notice, perhaps the experiences and opinions of one ? who resided there for nearly two years may possess some interest .: for your readers, especially for any of them who may propose forming part of the big army of toihersiders, now invading the land ? of the eandle-woodefs . I m«y here remark that sandle-wooders j.nd sand-grop9rs ia the name usually given to the 'VVestralians ?whilst tothersiders is the name they apply to- .those from, tlie ©astern colonies. Well, Ooolgardie, great goldfield though it is, . cannot lay claim to be classed: amo-ngst such : goldfields as the Ttfron, Lambing Flat, . Ballarat or Bendigo,. stifl a lot of gold alluvial has been obtained at Coolgardie; when it is considered that water, one of the first essentials on a goldfield, has been ab . ' sent,- and the miner had to rely on dry : 'blowing, or riddling for what he got. Even after the best patches had been worked ©ut, I h...

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