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THE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
THE SOCIAL. In connection with the above was held in the Mounted Rifles Drill Hall in the evening, and was very largely attended' by all denominations from Menangle, Camp belltown, The Oaks, Cobbitty, Westbrook and other places ; altogether there could not have been less than 60 couples present Dancing commenced shortly after eight o'clock to the music of piano and concertina, supplied by _Mr. Watson; this musician played both instruments at the same time, which was indeed rather clever. At mid night ^ supper was announced, which was laid out in a temptingly manner on the -stage. The refreshments were grat i ituously provided by tike following ladies j Mesdames Want, Nesbitt, Thurn, Kilmartia, Bugden, and Misses Bfr&ekhauaer (2) and I Miss Riley. These ladies also attended to' the visitors at the tables. Father Kiekbam was also present, and by his genial kind manner helped to make the guests comfort able and enjoy themselves. The duties of of M. C's were entrusted to Messrs ...
Training For The Military Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Training Eos? Tlie Military Tou'rn&msat ''To many who each year look forward with pleasurable anticipations to the Military Tournament, it may be of interest,' writes Mr, Ernest W. Low, in the May number of the ' Windsor Magazine,'' to learn something about the system which brings about such a pitch w of excellence as is therein displayed. ' Thfr sergeant who, w&en flitting for his education certificate, wrote that Canterbury was famous for its riding- schools was per haps a poor historian but a very typical cavalryman. The establishment, or — to yive it the name by which it is generally known— the ' Stab/ is virtually the cavalry man's university. And as such It is re garded throughout that arm of the service. ' The very firut thing the men have to do on join ng their class is to go through a pre liminary gymnahtic course, which mainly eonsists of a series of evolutions' on a wooden horse for the purpose of attaining facil-.ty at mounting and dismounting with out th...
Sports in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Sp.orts ip Camden. On Friday afternoon last a series' of sports took place in Henflessy'a paddock, Camden,- kindly lent for the ooeasion.. ... It will be remembered that, at the sports held Jon Easter Monday, a dispute occurred over the great Sheffield Handicap then ran for. The committee in consequence of the protest against the winner, (Jones) decided to. give the various runners, who were eligible to run in the final heat, an opportunity of deciding the issue. In addition to the running of the men, there were several : horses and pony races, besides other sports competed for. A very pleasant afternoon was spent, although the attendance was not not up to expectation. These sports were ield in aid of the R. C. Church funds, 1 Camden, and of course, the Reverend Father Kick ham was in evidence, and added heartiness and good will to the contestants i and spectators. Mr. J, J. Ourran made a ; capital secretary to the sports committee. The following are results of the various events: —...
Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Weather Forecast A gentlemaa in our midst, who has for many years past made some re&'&'rkably clever weather prophecies,- makes the follow ing statements as to the probable season we may expect during the ensuing summer. The information' should be of much' interest -So agriculturists, coming as it does from such a reliable source : — ;- 'Next summer will be wetter than' fotf the last six years. It will be very hot fdtf' three months, and the difference of the heat for that time wJJl be' two' or three' degrees/' — ?Picton Post.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
PRIME MAIZE— Bought in any quantity for cash. Apply E. Cross Narellan. For Sale, a lot of Sun dries. Less than half cost, and as good as new One stylish Sociable Buggy One double seated Buggy and harness, nearly new Two good Waggons for horses or bullocks One Wheat Stripper . ? i One Windmill, tower and pump, in good order One blacksmith's Anvil, Bellows and Vice, nearly new 200 feet of 1-| inch Galvanised Iron Piping 1.00 feet of 4in black piping 3 cwt barb wire (new) 1 cwt pitch 4 doz contractors Picks (new) 8s 6d each 6 contractor's Barrows ? 1 Crab Winch One Douglas Foi'ce Pump One hand-power Thrasher, suitable for couch, or sugar seed \ One saw bench and two saws Two corn shellers (best makes) One Coru Cracbcr 100 feet of lin. Gntta Perclia Hose 10 tons of prime Lucerne Hay or chaffed Seed Potatoes, the best kinds. Water truck wheels. BUYERS WILL DO WELL TO INSPECT BKEORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. Apply E. J. DOUST, Burnham Grove, near Camden. CBr 3ST 10 Military Bali No 2 (Oamden)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
SANBE® & SONS'- EUC ALYPTI EXT E ACT Unde? tllS diistirig'rasiiecl psfefofia'ge of His Majesty the King- of Italy,; aa per communiba'tion made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for. Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1 87 8-- Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam E±- : hihition. Acknowledged By Medical Clinics ; ...lU oniTersities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract m the . market, product's of simple distillation, forming j crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for ouirPu2e Volatile Eucalypti j Extract, which is rqcognised 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 Ma^eh,. 1878,. we take :? -- . It ia- proved by tests maiSe by the Medical' Clinics ' of the TJniversfties at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), ] tmd -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of- Phar- , macology at Bonn,- a»id Profes...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Commercial. A fairly good sale was held in Camden, by Mr. R. H. Inglis on Tuesday. Cows with calves fetched from £3 2s 6d to £5 10s heifers from 14s to 29a ; fat cows from' £1 18s to £2 2s ; pigs to 5s 3d ; horses to £3. Latest Sydney produce price?. Oaten hay 4s6d to 5s; oaten chaff '4s 4d to 4s 9.1 ; lucerne hay 2s 2d 3s ;'straw 2s 3d to 2s 6d ; maize 2s to 2s Id'; wheat 4s 2d to 4s 3d ; sncking pigs 5s 6d to 9s 6d ; turkeys 4s 3d to 9a 9d ; geese 4s to 4s 9d ; ducks 3s 3d to 5s 3d ; fowls 2s Id to 4s; factory butter 9£ to Is Od ; dairy butter 9d to lid pastry butter 7d to 8d ; eggs Sd to lOd ? bacon 3£d to 5£d ; cheese 2fd tc 4£d ; carcass pork 2|-d. . - ' :
Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
I Fo&tal- Information, FROM I V Cawdbt — at 1*1.45 airii' Brownlow Hill— 6'p;m,- Thte Oaks— 6 p:m,_ Mount Hunter— 6 p;ih' . Burrag6rang— 6'p.m Liverpool — 7.25' p. in, Mo'ndayB'' t6' Frida^sV' oh1 . Saturdays' at 7.52' p'.ih.- .... . L - Narellan' — 1:1'.35 a.-m daily and 7.26 p'.m frbm ' days to Fridays, 6ti Satdrdaya at 7.52 p.m|\ t Campbelltown — = ditto ditto I } - _ Granville' — ditto1 dittoi-v\ T Sydne^— ditto ditto' j ' ''? '?} ' ' ' Ipj&s' -^o#B tfar . ? . BroWril6w flill—11.45 a.iti1 The Oaks — 11.45 a. m* Burragorang— ll'.io a.rii' Mbutit Hunter— 11.45 a. m!, Liverpool— 8.35 a. m daily ... Narellan — 8.35 a. m, and 2.-20 p.ih daily . , ; Gampbelltown— 8.35'a.-m,-a'nd 2.20 p.m daily' '?Granvillfe — 8-35 a.m, aild 2-120 p.m' daily : Sydney — 8;S5 a.m, arid 7 p.m daily. Cawdor — Monday,- Wednesday and Friday atf j- 12.15 p.m. T.P.O. Sbuth1— 7 p.ih daily. (Sunday's ex , eepted.) . Letters pO&ted iii Camden before 8 30 a m, and1 delivered per 1 o'clock- ...
Bob's Bangs [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Bob's Eange ,[_From our own Correspondent .] Heavy winds are experienced here during the days, with sharp frosts, night and morn ing, rain is much wanted both for -cultivated ground and for grazing paddocks. Mr. S. Holohan of this place has planted , three acres of fruit trees principally lemons and oranges. Mr. J. Small has partially recovered from , his accident he now is able to get about* The road leading from BoVs Range , towards Buggy's hill is in a rough state and i requires looking afrer before we get heavy . rain, especially that portion of the road close to Mr. Hollohan's saw mill. ?
Mr. R. Clemson was unanimously adopted. DATE OF SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Mr. R. Olemson was unanimously adopted. J , ; Date of Show; The President said the next business f was to fix the dates for the show, and to de^de the advisability' or otherwise of Holding^ a two, or,' thi'ee day's show. : ; v; '- \ Mr. R; Bt. Druitt, thought that a two day's show would .be ^ preferable to three'; days ; if a two day's show was held with' much energy, it would prove of greater ?advantage to the society than a three day's' show without energy; Fie thought that the show should be Held during the last week in' February; Mr. Druitt. then moved a motion to the above effect. Mr.' R; - Olemson thought tliree days show desirable in the interest of ' the society , he judged by last year's receipts. : Mr. F; W; A. Downes. thought two days enough. . . . . ..... /?- Mr. E; Veness asked the iioh. secretary 1 to inforni the committee the receipts taken during a twb day s show and a thx*ee day's show. . \ ' . Mr. T. Barkei- considered that i t was desirable that the society should...
Camden A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
- Camden A. H. and. I. Society. v A special meeting~bf .the committeo-of .this socicty was Held kt the Mounted Rifles Drill Hall on Wednesday af ternoon tlie 22nd ultimo. -Qhisholia ^ P,, . the . president, ' ' presided.- , , .'Mr; ,H. ' , P: . Reeves, treasurer^ ' and Mr. ' W. R. Cowper,- Hon. .secretary,- were 'also pre - i i mi ? o'-n , . - * ° * L , : . sent, xne xoiiow.mg members or tlie ?. com mitiee attended :* Messrs G; Ful-ner, J.': Pi,i T. -Barker, A.. T. Moore J. P;, 1\ inglis, P. Willis, J. HI. Moore, R, H. Drnitt; R. Glem son, J. G. Harris, E. W. A. Dowses; J.. P., J., Haytei'j D. £Tott, J; P., and. B. .Veness. ; . , , fetters of ? apology .for. the absence; of Captain A. J. Onslow Thompson;: J; P.; aiid Mr, P. B. Hurley were read. -? ro.'TKe minutes 'of the; previoiis meetiiig of the comuiifctde were read add ' confirmed. ? .' pORipiSPONDBNCB. ? ' From Mr. M. McNovin of Mount Hunter, ks 'follows 1 ' - J.-- ? , ? ? ... April,- 5 1896., Boar. -Sir.— Presuming you are a m...
Petty Sessions Changes. Continued from 23rd July. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Petty Sessions Changes. (By J. B; M/) - Cohtihued from 23i-d July; THe radical change in the clerical arrange ments of the court; ' suggests that the pre sent is a fitting time for looking up the History of the office; I knotV nothing -of court doings before 1841, , as the court at Cawdor, which was established, in 1825, belonged to thePicton distiuct; All I can 1'earh is. that Major Ahtilh who presided over it as Police Magistrate, resided at.Pi'dton; that Mi*. John 'Wild, son of Adjutant Wild, of Y ander- ville was one of the clerks, and that M r. James Pearson was the last of them ; but, as all tho ! records were removed to Picton., there, is nothing here to refer to; It is known, How ever, that the Messrs Macarthur were constant; and Mr. .George Macleay, Mr.' Woore, and Mr. T. C. Harrington, oc casional ; attendants at that court. It is much to be desired that Mr. R. H. Antill, wHois an able writer, should undertake the task of writing an account of the doings at ! Cawdor, the r...
District News. Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Distiet News.' Cawdor. [From our own Correspondent.] I regret to report the illness or Mrs. ?Griffiths, wife of 6ur industrous and energetic public school teacher. Mrs. Griffiths is now progress favourably. I Ira pleased to note that Miss Clara Smart is' about again, and she lookes well considering her late painful illness. Mr I. Donald Campbell met with a painful accil/mt last week. A strange horse found ?' its-way into the crops, so he junked on his 'saddle horse, and whilst driving the horse . out a part of the bridle gave way, the horse immediatel}' started at a. gallop and was about to leap a fence, when Mr. Campbell, ? noticing a gutter the other side, and. riding without a saddle thought, in this instance, that discretion was the better part of valoui', jumped off; the impetus bringing him in contact with the fence and severely injuring one of his legs. A decided improvement has been effected in the road in front of the Public School.. It la now almost level and a new bridge ...
A Strange Disappearance. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
? . ; A Strange Disappearance* On the evening' of Monday last, a young ?man iod lady by the name of Moore, a. con-. v~ ' vklescent patient in the Carnngton Con valescent Hospital was missed from her accustomed ward. At 7 o'clock in thei Evening Mrs. Moove was in bed, andlater on, ' duriug the rounds of. the & urse in charge, found the patient absent. Search was immeniately instituted, and Sergeant Parker of the Camden, police was, without delay ; informed of the occurrence. From what can be gleaned the patient— fully dressed— made her escape from one of the hospital windows. .*»-' Steps were immediately taken by the police and others to find the, lady. About 10 a.m. on Wednesday Mrs. Moore was found sitting,' reading a book, on the banks of the Nepe.an river, by Constable Cameron and was at odco taken to the hospitat and handed ?, i)ver to the caro of the matron.
LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
LOCALJKOTES The usual fortnightly meeting of the Camden Council was held last evening. The Mayor (Alderman* W. 0. Furner) presided. All the aldermen were present. The fol - lowing accounts were passed for payment : — M. Kelly, £3 12; Auditors fees, £4 4s; valuators fees £4; O. A. Thompson £ I Is; S Procter, £l Os lOd; Council Clerk, £1 17s lid ; P, Fox, £4 lis 2d ; J. Oomyus, £45 ; T. Curry, £2 '7a 9.1 ; re, ief works employees, £13 Bs lOd On the motion of Alderman Griffiths, it was decided that the ? Council, in the interest of the public, endeavour to secure the attendance of a stipendary magistrate ou the first Saturday in overy mouth. The oilier' I u sin ess transacted was of a detailed character.'' Full report in our rext issue. 'Do you suffer from indigestion, eat only Griffiths jroo I meat, properly slaughtered and really digestible stuff and: suffur 'no more * Our popular and enterprising tailors fuwd general outfitters, Messrs J. Harris and Co., ( Mr O. Y Colore, an, manage...
Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Forthcoming Engagements Jamden Municipal Council : — meets every alternate Wednesdays at 7 30 p.m, the Couucil Clerk is in attendance on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m, and on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. fcSoxiooii op Arts, - CJohjiittee 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. 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. Camden Dairy Company, extraordinary meeting at School of Arts, l?ri lay, August 14 -at* 3 p.m. Grand Military Ball, No 2 (Oa.nderi) Co.. Mounted Rifl.33. at Drill Hall Camden, Friday August 21. Camden Town Band Social: at Drill Hall this. (Thursday) evening at 8.30 Camden Reserve Prize Shooting. Aug 8 Aug 22 at 2 p.m.
APPEAL COURT FOR CAMDEN. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT RATES. Saturday, August 1. (Before Captain A. J. Onslow Thompson, Messrs. D. Nott and C. Furner, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
APPEAL COURT FOR CAMDEN. Municipal District Baths. ? Saturdaj'; August 1. (Before Captain A. J. Onslow Thompson, Messrs D. Nott; and O. Furner, J's.P.) . . Ihe Mayor (Alderman w. C. Furner) represented the Council. The assessors Messrs Thompson and Peters were present. ? Mr. F. J. Doust. . , This gentleman appealed on tho rate levied on his property on the Main Southern road, miles from the township, The property was rated in three . portions, residence, 4'f acres ot land called a small farm, and a hauao with two acres ; he considered that the whole should bei'ated as one farm. He had not been able- to secure a tenant for his new house, nor would anyone give the rental assessed at viz., £30 ; there was no means of keeping a horse at the residence, and tho cottage no one would ront at( £12 pergannum, ' The whole was essentially a small farm and he thought it was not fairly rented ; no one could make it pay at 10s per acre rental, . Tho Mayor uaid that the value, of tlie improve ments...
Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Messrs J. K. Chisholm, Captain Onslow Thompson, D. Nott and C Furner, J's.P.) COSTIGAN V. BENNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
Camden Police Court. JK Satubday, August 1. h SMALL DKBTS COURT. ?!* (Before Messrs J. K. Chisholm, Captain Onslow ? » Thompson, D. Nott and C Furner, J's.P.) Costigan v. Bennett. Mr. R. W. Allingham appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. F. B. Cowper appeared for tho defendant. : - This was a claim for £30 10s, of which credit had ; been given for £12 2s 6d by payments: The plaintiff's claim consisted of work done for clearing, scrubbing etc., of 122 acres of laud at The Oaks, the' ' - property of the defendant, he claimed 5s per acre, although he had not any written agreement with Mr. Bennett, he thought that charge was a low one, but, was aware that Mr. Bennett had had laud scrubbed at 2s 6d per acre. Mr. Clout, 'Mr. Bennett's late manager, had put him on the work. Plaintiif admitted having been paid 2s.6d per aero. The defendant disputed the claim and stated that the plaintiff,' wanting work, was engaged tu do the scrubbing at 2s 6d per acre, as a set off against money due to defen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896
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