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

Arthur Rideont. STEAM1 SAW MILLS,- WEROMfil. HardVood Timber of every descriptien' delivered to any part of the district at cur ; rent prices-. . , ? ; Toii,gu;e-gro6'vedilittiilg arid'fiboring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be leftf 1 at Mill, or J. IX Eankiff, Gamderi. ? i ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? J ? 3fe- R A F K- f ; Cte?pettt'er, Timber Merchant, And CJndertakeiJ' : t . QMA^' CiLEAKA^OB SALE 6W CHILDREN'SfBOOTS & SHOES, at A, STUCK ARGYLL STREET, FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. The Goods a te of the very best quality and will be so&l at att ENORMOUS REDUCl?iO^ ITOKr CASH'. 1=4/ ? 0^ ' ' f4* IpiffiislWiMiw I . . I t Hoodaclife Toothachfe Backachtf pf1 ceic j it i | f nflummatioiia* 11 Chnfings i SI,1?™?* S Frosted E:irs ililw ? Jl Cut's; Sores' it'beumafiiiH' . Gout, Bruises* Lu^;baig(i, | Sciatica' Sdrcness'oi' - . Stiffnbss of thfe' Joints aiiii'' Muscles' . ' iMslocat'iotiij' Slrtiins; Rites'of' ^btso'rious'; ? ; I I'nsects;- S^-r'aurf an'd all ot'hc# bodily pai:i!- !bf . ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

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Publication Title: Camden News
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

.RELIGIOUS 'SERVICE'S. Church of England. Camden — at 7-30 a.m. (H. 0.) Camden — *c 11 a' in, Rev J. F. Rusaell Gamden— ab 7 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell West-brook' — at1 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle — at 11 a.m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Parle— ab 3.30 p.m, Rev C. . J. King Werombi — at 3;30 p.m, Rev. J. F. Rusaell Gobbibty — at 11 a.m. Rev G-..H. Allnutb Narellan — at 3 p m, Rev G. H. Allnutc Gabramatta — ab 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward .. ' Wesleyan. Oamden — at 11 a.m, Mr. B. Procter Gamden — at 7 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell Gahvdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev. R. Caldwell „ G-lenmore — at 11 a.m, Rev. R. Caldwell CHenmore— at 6.30 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Westbrook — at 2 30 p.m,' Mr- J. E. Moore I?icton— at.3 p.m, Mr. G. Smart Campbelltown— ^t 3 p.m. Rev J. Ashmead JBuxton— at 3 p.m, Mr. .Austin Primitive. ? Camden— at 11 a.m., Hev. R. Mowbray Camden — at 7 p.m, Kev R. Mowbray 'Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R, Mowbray „ Roman Catholic. Camden— Mass at' 11 a.m., Evening Devotious at 7. The Oaks — Mass at 9 a m Burr...

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

I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? [A CARD.} i- w. a'l ii iJgSAw JE/S AaarGitNEt, SOLICITOR: & CONVEYANCER, Cemrmssioner for Affidavit^ ABQlLfi STREET, OAMDBK. 1^, B.— All courts visited, if required, j||R, M, M. D'A|ICY-IRYINE, B.A I ArfwAyBY, SOLICITOR, OoHTBTAltraaE, &c., &e., 3flS2 visit Oatnderi ftvery Satrtrday, and may t bfl-eensulted at Rooms next to Mr. Small's^ i (l^fce Noaksa and Small, Camden. tm'nda Work transacted!. Laiid Bbnrds and all other Courts attended wherd re tailed. Address by iettef or telegram) Mac^juirie SWeet Liverpool. [a oaed. ] Q Bt A It L E S H tf h L, SOLICITOR, ETC, Barristers' Court,- ' Elizabeth Street, near King Street, SYDNEY. ,V. ? ? ' . . . ' ? ? ? ' ' I ? ? . *-' 4 . G A L. Me. f. ft cowper Soiioiroi, &o., 49, (First Floor) Post Office Chambers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney; : ' — : ? — ? — ? — — i ? . ( Commercial j CAMDEN. 1 S. Allingliam (Late Mrs. French.) Tiffs first-class Family Hotei, replete with eVery pOfl&ible conveni...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

'???????? -;-. f r BirtTi- . ' Kelloway.— -At Mount Hunter, on August 3, the wife of Stephen Kelloway, of a daughter. In Memoriam. ' Kelloway. — In loving memory of our dear father, Stephen Kelloway, who died at MouLt ' Hunter, on the 3rd August, 1895, aged 82 yea^s. Inserted by his loviug son and daughter in-law, Stephen andPrudence Kelloway. Kelloway — In loving remembrance of our - dear, father, Stephen Kelloway, who died on 3rd August, 1895, in his 82nd year. You are not forgotten father dear Nor will you ever be ; As long. as life and memory last - ' . . .. We will remember thee. Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law, George and Elizabeth Kelloway .

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

Tattersall's Monster Prize List CANTiiRBO RY PARK CUP, 15th August. 1050'00 Subscribers at §. SPRING HANDICAP. August 29. 50, 000 Subscribers af 5 METROPOLITAN STAKES. September 15. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. CAULF1FLD CUP, 17th Octobr-r. 100,000 Subscribers at 5. MELBOURNE CUP. , 3rd Nove'rabvT,. .... 100,000 Subscribers7 at 20 .. MELBOURNE CUP, 100,000 Subscribers alt 5; §^°. For, full particulars read our printed Cirou Tars.-; Note our New Address— TATTESRSALL, Care GEO. ADAMS,' Hobart, TASMANIA. , ^ — B —a—— y^nma, ^ ^,Mn nm i— a—t— mnrw hi'wwn i '?-??? i* -'? l it Tiinraa— aocSi ^1 1 miwii- ? '' ? ? ? ? ? ? ^-ccv' ? ? ? ? ? -? ? ' ? ? j I 'o-o V ^ Aftiy ^'/VVV, - ,c\^ \Vov ^ -^§K ^ ^ 0O)»- I C)\^ --Q$- \ I ? ? , - ^ ^ d W Purchasers should look to the' Label on the Pots and Boxe''. V.', ' ' ; , : ?- ^ If the address is not 633,^ OXFORD STEEJLT/ LONIJOJf, they are spurious. ' ?- ? ' .:. :-

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

. : : -?; \ - z -T-o a s r. 3 ' ' \ Jx' 0...-#' ,.jjf J*-,# A-'.N J-- ft; O, U. 8 B, .OAM D B: a ? y^t - 0 T Whiteman, &ILAFEB, GROCER, BAKER, IRfrNMON1 GEE, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. j All kinds' of Produce bought ani3 sold. Bran; Chaff, Pollard, &o, alwayB oh hand. J Tho beat General Assorted Stock in the town to choose from, afad atprioes that defy o6m'p»titi«VV I Beforemakhig your purchases, PLEASE INSPECT OUR' STOCK. ^ Ifpaiiiiu Imimiiim - MtfSRHSV / ;/ Before purchasing any other \ .^avl / ? ' v SEND FOR CIRCULAR or ask your \ / I storekeeper to get you one \ / I ? ? ? , ? /m . | || 4 | ^ 0 746 GEORGE ST. (Hp, market), SYDNEYl! 1 I lit! mmim & I fl 54 B0URKE street, MELBOURNE. | -? |ll ° fel ^ . U? ® 5 1^7 QUEEN (STREET, BRISBANE. I OtfR BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED1 . . ' ; \ . w :;€atalogE# Milch ezplaius in simple language how to grow and treat all varieties of Seeds, Fniit Trees, Plaftfe/. . * ' » Bulbs, etc,, giving tlie best time for planting .wth full ...

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United Milk Suppliers Association. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 6 August 1896

? ? VmM Milk Suppliers Association^ As briefly announced iri oifr lalst isstie aS meeting of the executive members of the above association was held at Tafjffcersall's hotel, Sydfiey, ' bH Wednesday the 29th nit. Alderman H. Moore repre ... ''s*enle'l the Oamden branch ; Campbelltown was represented by Mr. John Kidd, J.P., Moss Yale and Berrima' districts, by Mf. P. Ba'd^ery; Kiama, by Mr. Gordon; Albion' Park, by Mr, Armstrong; Dapto, by Mr. W. M. Cook ; Unanderra,- by Mr. C. J. Gull en ; and Penrose, bj Mr. E. Evan's. Letters of apology were received from Mr. Buckldy from Shell harbour, and Mr. Leth bridge from the Penrith branch; The minutes of the previous meeting held in Sydney were then discussed; Alderman H. Moore directed attention to the copy of the .rules forwarded by Mr. Armstrong to the various branches ) in those rules it is stated 'branch committee' whereas these words did not appear in the minutes of the pre vious meeting, and lie - desired an explan ation. Mr. Armstr...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Correspondence. ? It must be distinctly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of our correspondents although we are glad to publish letters.

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Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Werombi [ From our oto Correspond ent.] On Friday evening last a surprise party was formed of about fifteen ladies and gentlemen of Werombi, and paid a visit to the residence of Mr. Jess Hayter, of Werombi. The inmates had no prior knowledge of the visit and were much sur prised at 'the unusual call. Each visitor provided their own ref i eshments. Mrs. Hayter most courteously received her guests and a very enjoyable evening ensued. Dancing and other amusements were in dulged in until an early hour iu the morn ing* , The bridge over Paddy's' Swamp, near Mrs. James . Cuthel's residence, at Werombi, is in a very dangerous condition, the sides of the creek have been washed away, and a new bridge is urgently needed ; the resi dents constructed the present bridge many years ago. The under-decking of the bridge is destroyed, and tho rush of water is still further adding to the danger of the struc ture. Much apprehension is felt by the residents as to its safwty should a great rush of water...

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Cob Ditty frBoi otra own oobbkspojtdeiit.I Cobbitty creamery suppliers wer® paid on Tuesday 4&d per gallon for milk. There were 13,000 gallons treated during the past month. Rain is badly required, the water cask will soon be in work again. The bridge over the river near Brownlow 1 Hill has been undergoing repairs, one span has been re-decked and is now as good as new. Mr. J. Doust's contract on the road through Brownlow Hill is approaching completion. The residents of Theresa Park and Werombi will reap the benefit of this necessary, work in wet weather. Ladies and gentlemen oa bicycles are frequently seen going along the road. A few days since two ladies on bicycles met the drays loaded with gravel on the bridge at Brownlow Hill. The drivers had great difficulty with their horses, they nearly got off the bridge into the river.

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Narellan. , [From our own Correspondent.] il regret to report a great deal of sickness l this district. Mr. G. Loomes's youngest ajighter has been ill, but, now improving. Mrs. Hill, a very old resident, is very sick, f-. Miss . Bretton, niece of Mrs. Rudd, of Harrington Park, is also very seriously ill. Mrs. Howe still continues in a very low state. The weather continues cold of a morning, with beautifully fine and warm days. Rain is badly wanted for the crops. The Parish Room is now completed, and the forthcoming concert is anxiously looked forward to.

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Camden Reserve Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Cainden Eeserva !Ri£Le Ckb. ^rize shooting at 500 aftd 600 Jraicls ranges toot place last Saturday afternoon among members of the Camdeix JSeserve iRifle Club. Despite changing1 light and varjing winds, some fair shooting was done, $rha first fivre riflemen in order are the prize dinners :i . Names 600 60Cf hdo. Tot. fi. Farendotl 30 29 — 59 W. Hopson $7 24 8 50 J. Moore 25 29, — 54 B. Hindes 28 26 — 54 J. Poole 28 18 D 49 G. Watsoti 17 8 18 48 A. Watson 19 8 15 42

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Camden Police Court SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Camto- Pdioe Court SATURB&f, August 8;. - Before Mr. JR. , T. ? M:cNiV6ti,- Pd^ice Ivla'gistrate. Oaptaiii1 Ouslow Thompson, «T. P.i Mr. 0; Fur'ner J., P.,- and Mr. Obarlea '3^ull- M. L. A., were al?-.o otv the Bench. John Lakeman,- of Brownlow Hill, was charged by Sergeant Parker of the Camden police, that he on tli9' 7th' July,- consigned for sale by public' action at Mr.- R. li. '*? lng'Us'a e ale, yards,- Oativ!^' a diseased animal, a spotted: roa'ir 'bullock, suffering- 1 . tubovculosis contrary to t li'') . 3rd section of the Diseased Anim Off arid 'Meat Act. . The defendant p'euded' not guilty, as he _ desired' to have tb'e' cane' thoroughly gone ? i'at'o. ? ? ? ? Mr.-D'Arcy Irvi ue' Appeared for the defen dant. ? ? , Setfgeant ' Parker fit' evidence, -? stated that lie was the dtf!y appointed Inspector v 'Vmder the Disease Animals and Meat. A'ct. ? 'i'he charge was laid by him. On the 7th . July last fre attended' the ©amden sale yards, ? lie'lH; by Air. Inglis, when...

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Fruit Trees. THEIR PESTS AND THE BEST MEANS OF ERADICATING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Fruit Trees. THEIR PESTS AND THE BEST MEANS OF ERADICATING THEM. I [By T. G. Trestdeb.] i .Late of the Government- Agricultural Department. ?j A few simple and practical hints to the growers /ml fruit trees and other crops will no doubt be ^ Acceptable at the present time, especially after the f,TOruning has been completed. Now that the spring j will soon be upon us, growing plants are very liable to injury from two classes of organisms; namely, noxious insects and parasitic fungi ; although these tinv enemies are often considered bv many too insignificant to merit serious attention. Many thousands of pounds worth of fruit are annually destroyed from this cause alone in N.S.W. Attentjpn should therefore ba directed at once to fruit trees immediately after being pruned. The philosophy of spraying will be better understood by a general knowledge of the habits and methods of development of the insect and funffus pests. Nearlv all their organisms are weaker and easier to destroy at a ce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

)**** ^iiiKi^JI ini-l w^*Mkasm jlll mfr&j fg «flgH9- f M pl|HH:|h!{ij|H|siSnnfi:t»nn5BC«a'^^ pla^l liiirj ;ii!iiii!i!llJl lii^i PtW%$ I i!liPiir ,,s!!!fi!^ i ltodiii!i«®l Headacho Toothache P.Ackacric Faccache Neuralgia Murtips Quinsy . Sore Throat Pleurisy Bronchitis Inflammations Eruptions Swellings C h.i fin Ckap'ti Hands - Frosted Feet frosted Ears Scalds, Burns Corns, Bunions Ciiis, Soros jftlieuma'-ism Go'lit, Bruises Rheurri'tifc Goal Lumbago Sciatica Soreness bf Stiffness of the Joints arid Muscles Dislocations Strains', Bites of Poisonous Insects', Sprains and all other bodily pninsfrx which an exter nal remedy, rhay lie applied. St. Jaeobs Oil — IS THIS — OBL'AT mmMi SPECIFIC. ON SA'LK BY ALL MEDICINE VENDORS . *2s. 6d. A BOTTLE. REWIRE OF 88EAP liitATHS. Tattersall's Monster Prize List SPRING HANDICAP.5' August 29. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 METROPOLITAN STAKES. September 15. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. CATJLFIELD CUP* 17th October. 100,000 Subscribers at 5. MELBOURNE C...

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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Billiard- Tournament The final of the Billiard Totiriiament' conducted by Mr. S. Haymann, took place at Mr. Al]ingham's billiard saloon at lh^ Commercial hotel, Camden, on Saturday week last. The following is the result Second Round, McEwan 20 behind v Cronsbaw SO.-- Won by McEwan. .- ? - ? Hunter 20 v Thompson 29. 'Won by Hunter. G. Schneider 40 v G. Young 7=0'. Won by Schneider. G. Watson 25 v A. Oliseold 40; Won' by Watson. Allingham 40 v Farley 20. Won by Allingham. L^'saught and Landrigan's opponents' did not play.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

ENORMOUS SALE OF Gladstone Tobacco. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS AND TOBACCONIST PUT UP IK 201b BOXES. ilb PLUGS, 9d, IFTTIjIj WEIGHT . Ask for it, take bo other SOLE AGENT— McCarthy & co., TOBACCO MERCHANTS, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Sore Throat— Its Relation to Atmosioheiio Conditions and Bacteritic infection-' , At present nearly everyone coughs, especially in 'iho m'oraing, and yet, the cough is_ not so much an indication, of ch'est trouble as it is a sign of a co'idit-ioa, the source of which, is a. damp an-i c )ld J atmosphere — a soro t'iroafc. The throat in irritable during ;.he day,- a little mucus collects during the night, and causes the discomfort and cough , iu - the ' . m*»rning. If one watch'os ths poople on the street, , one is surprised to find that a great proportion of them are keeping their mouths continually open, and it is to them particularly that a knowledge of ihe raodu3 operandi of tlie production of ^the com plaint in question ? i3 useful. The natural air admitting channel for the human species t is ... the iios-j, by its -passage -tlxrougK wliioh.-.t'he air .is warmed and, what'is more important, irritating '^'articles su^per-ded in the air are kept bac1|. by the liue hairs (cilia)' wh...

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Third Round. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Third Round. Landrigan v Hunter,- Won by Sand-' rigan. i.ysaught v Schneider. WonbyLysaught. Watson v Allingham. Won by Watson. McEtvan a bye. Fourth Pound. Landrigan v Watson. Won by Laiid' t'jr ui- , Lysaught v McEwan. Won by Lysaught, Final, Lysau^lit, 10, first. Landrigan, 20, Second. Won by 3-^ jioints after a good gimp, the winner ( Lysaugh ) played with much judg .m'-uV and sk II.

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