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

fT7 EN DEBS are invited for laying of Concrete . s Wicket at Douglas Park cricket ground. For particulars apply Mr. V. Rudd, near station. Tenders will be received un to 20th inst. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. NOTICE is hereby given that any person or per sons found trespassing on ray land, Spring Farm, Menanglo-road, either foe hare hunting, or hare shooting, wH bo prosecuted. Camden, August, 1896. J. CEANNELL. HORSES —Taken for agistment. Plenty of good grass and water, securely fenced, Is per head per week. R. K., P.O., Narellan. rjl 0 PROPERTY OWNERS. A practical and experienced agriculturist, late of the Department of Agriculture, Sydney, begs to offer his services as an expert in agriculture, fruit growing, irrigation, nature of soils suitable for various crops, landscape gardening, etc.;, would undertake complete control of a large or small es tate, and would be able to institute a college for students in the above on favourable terras. Prom experience of Ca...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Bisvetiss. A m6ti'6h prohibiting the racing' 'o$ two year-old h or 86s was lost at the annual meet ing of the V.R.C. cbmriiittee at Melbourne. A siii'air i'o^ing boat-,- the Fox, with tno rben h'as diicbeeded' i'n' crossing the Atlantic in 55' days. An alarming i'ncreasb in sic&ness0 a'tfd j mortality has taken place at Vyhite i chapel,' in the East End o' London Q'wing 'to t'he scateity 6f water, due to the pfdlonged drought,- tfid supply .i's limited to one' hour daily, and the drainage 6f the district is i condemned. s Playing foi* _ ^loncestarthir® agafns't i Sussex at Bristol, ? Dr.; W. Gr#ce scored 301 runs in one innings. I The Zoological Society council,- Sydney, - ' have decided to open the gardens on Sundays ? Dr. Ross, M. ti. A., is' taken steps to'intro duce a bill in the Assembly ' To restrict and prihibit ihfe use, of tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes by juvenile merribdvs' of the ^community.' ; Mr Joseph Mi'tchell has' formed a syndi :cate iu England for' the es...

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

SICKLY LOOKS Are particularly mortifying iu the gentler box. A epeecly and moBt desiradle change is brought about by Wolfe's Sohaapps. -

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

WE MUST HAVE THE TOOLS. ; ^Robinson Crusoe, you remember, made a big boat or canoe out of the truulc of a tree. -It was a (laborious and tedious.job. And that wasn't the ?worst of it. When he got the boat done he ?youldn't launch it. It was too heavy for -Qne man ! ?to handle. If he liad 'only had an arrangement like the captaiu of. a ship' he might have managed. He understood how to do it, but lacked the tools. ] How often we find ourselves at a dead stand for ? 'that same reasen. 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 sightly- come at 'the point. ? ? ' In the Spring of 1884,' says our correspondent, I got into a low weak: way, not being abie to ?imagine what had happened to me. Mv strength '' ;kept -ebbing away till I had scarcely the desire or ^ability to do auythiiig. I felt as tired as if I had ;just arrived home from a long, hard journey, yet . no tax more than usual ©f any -kind had been...

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The Carrington Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

The Carrington Hospital. On Thursday night last a moat enjoyable time was spent by the inmates. Ouo night ~ a week is Usually devoted to a little chamber concert, but this occasion was rendered of more than usual importance in consequence of the advent of some new talent, and. the approaching departure of some favourites. Everyone laid themselves out to do their best and success waited on their eiforts. About seven o'clock the word was given to prepare and soon the mm's reading-room was cleared for action and with ranged chairs assumed the appearance of a concert hall. All the iumates were present includ ing a patient who was carried in on his bed; he appeared to enjoy the entertainment very much. The kind sisters and nurses took as much pleasure in the affair as any, seated themselves in the room and the harn»ony commenced with the rare song 'She .wore a Wreath ofBoses' well executed by Mr. Towser ; Mrs Buiat followed with Elsie of The Glen,' and Mr. Campbell whose pianoforte playi...

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Camden Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Camden Mounted Rifles* The usual quarterly prize shoot iii con nedtion with the Camden Mounted Rifles was shot off at the range on Saturday week last. About 30 men took part in the competition ?fahich was keen throughout the day, and ? some very goodscofres were put up. Owing to having a late start several men had a very bad light to finish in. The first five in the order named are the successful prize winners to the extent of £1 10s, £1, 15s, 10s and 5s respecfively. Name Hdc. 500 600 total Prt. JRudd H. 15 81 21 67 Prt. Saile T 15 23 28 67 Corp. Eichardson 9 28 23 60 F. S. Campbell 10 25 23 58 Corpl. Veness 14 26 1§ 58 , Prt. Rudd E. H. 25 16 17 58 Prt. Sharp J. 25 19 14 58 ? Serg. Small t 26 24 57 'Prt. Smith 13 -2,7 13 56 ' Prt. Wheeler W. 14 20 22 56 Prt. McKechnie 20 i4 20 54 Prt. Hazlewood 25 19 6 50 Prt. Ferris 16 20 12 48 Prt. Donaghey T. 16 26 6 48 Se*. Liggins 19 14 14 47 Ptt. Hogaii 20 SO 5 45 Ser. M. Peroival 14 ll 19 44 Prt. Shoemark H. 15 13 16 44 Prt. Vaughan 20 24 1...

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Petty Sessions Changes. [Continued.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Petty Sessions Changes. (By J. B. M.) [Continued.] On the death of Mr. Pearson, Mi*. John D. Wood, a nephew of Sir Charles Cowper, was appointed 15 September, 1841). He was a smart young fellow, and a great pedestrian, he thought nothing of walking to Hunter's River, to visit his friends. He must have had abundant leave of absence, as his uncle acted for him for long periods. He resigned in 1843, and was succeeded by Mr. W. H. Kingston, on 30 March of that year j an elderly man, who had been a brewer in Dublin, but was in financial difficulties there. He remained till 1847, when, his affairs having recovered, he re turned to Ireland. In September 1844 the finance Committee of Parliament decided to refuse to place upon the estimates the salaries of the clerk and chief constable of Camden — -this caused great alarm here; On 22nd November the Bench wrote a strong letter of remonstrance, setting forth the importance of Camden in respect of popu lation^ products, and strategical position...

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

[?] . 'We . were very glad to see, in. last J viday's a S-. M-. Herald/' a very excellent letter froni Mr. W. B; '.Campbell', about the necessity for dealing with the sparrow pest. He saysj that, when he liyed at Prospect', he kept . them down by shooting the hens. He considers .their extermination impossible, but that (hey could be greatly reduced if the Government would offer a bonus for 'dead ? I1511.. sPi\rrows. (he says the hens are easily . 'distinguished from the males) and that the death of 1000 hens would prevent an in j crease of 10,000 in the year. The sug-.. gestion is a very good one,- and ought to be' taken up before the fruit season begins. Like the sheep-killing parrot of New Zealand, they have entirely altered their habits, they ?are no longer insectivorous, but attack £i,ll kinds of. ? fruit, particularly apricots and ?grapes, and they choose the best ; they are enormously destructive to crops of sorghum . seed. It requires great care in shooting them in an orchard...

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

[V CAE ri.]j 0 H A E L E S' B! XT L L, SOLICITOR, ETC/ Barristers' Court, ' Elisabeth Street, near King' Stre&V Sydney! ' C ;£TftEvT CLEARANCE S&E. OF CH PL DREN^'- BOOT'S & SHO ES, A. STUOKEY'X AMtGYTjffi' ST RE 1ST. F() R ON E M ON l'H; on ly. Ti e Goods are -of the very best quality an-1 v. ill bf5 sol-l at an enormous reduction wn cash, — MM— llUlMW'm Ml III' III! I til II I'l M. M. D'AEOY-IRVINJS, BU? So^ora'i),*,' OoirViiTAW^aBi,' v «cM il«., - ' wfll' visit 6anidf-n- every Saturday, arid ** ay' be consulted at Rooms next. le Mr. Small's;'' (late Noakes and Small,* Camdeii. Landa Work. transacted. . Land Bo.nris and nil' otfrer Courts' attended wii'ere - rfl* i tamed.' . j\ Address by letter or telegrimy'llaccj h a|l V 1 8 fireet Liverpool1. ; ' , [-A CARD.]' ' _ \ , ]g';. w. allinoham' A^ORNET, SOLICITOR Sc : ;CpNVF.YA-HG*Rj- . .. Commissioner. for A'ffidimtVjv A'RGtL'K S'TEH'KT, C A-^D- HiN.' , B.B.5— All eearto visited if roquire'd^V-A^ ' ® . /a1' r....

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Fatal Riding Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Fatal Hiding Accident. News reached Camden on Tuesday even ing, that Mr. James Fallon, of Bob's Range, had fallen from his horse and w as rendered insensible. Dr. Morton was immediately summoned. On enquiry we find that on Tuesday afternoon about 4.30, Mr. James ^ailon, in company with two relations were ridintf in a p--ddock after a steer, when by some means two calves crossed the path of the pony Mr. Fallon was riding, the pony: — ? Mr. Fallon's favourite creature — stumbled over the calf and fell throwing the rider to the ground; where the mishap occurred was only 100 yards from tbe homestead, where Mrs. Fallon and her father were watching the riders. The deceased, by the wimesses of the occurrence, appears to have fallen on his chest and head, causing concussion bf the brain. The deceased remained un conscious up to the time of his death. Very early on Wednesday morning Dr. Morton again attended the injured gentleman and advised his immediate removal to the Oar ringtoa Hospital ...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Camden Postal Information. Ar&IYALS FROM :! Cawdor — at ll. 45 a-m Brownlow Hill — 6 p.ra, Tbe-Gaks — 6 p.m, Mount Hunter — 6 p.m Burragorang— .6 p.m Liverpool— 7.25 p.m, Mondays to S'ridayB, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. NareMan— 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 — - dittc* ditto Mails closh foe ; , ? - Brownlow Hill — 11.45 a.m The Oaks — 11.4.5 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 — 8.35 a.m, and 7 p.m daily. Cawdor — Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12 15 p.m. T.P.O. South — 7 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex ceoted.) Letters posted iiv Camden before 8 30 a m, and delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney. utulay excepted) English mail made up every Monday at 8 30 a.m One penny postage to all places w...

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University Extention Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

University Mention Lecture. The second lecture by Professor Joso, the University Extention lecturer, was delivered at the Camden School of Arts on Friday evening last. It was gratifying to nota that the attendance was much larger than at the first lecture. Professor Jose con tinued his discourse on The British Empire, dealing solev on the growth of British India on this occasion. The previous lecture terminated up to the Governship of Warren Hastings, and from the reign of that Governor the lecturer ably and care fully traced the various internal quarrels in India ; the Afghan wars of 18 J8-4G ; the annexation of Sindh ; the retirement of the East India Company as a trading concern, to the British Government formally assum ing the responsibility of administering thb Indian Empire under Lord D^lhousie. The cause, but, not the details, of the Indian ? Mutiny was explicitely explained. The' next lecture will take place at the Cardan School of Arts on Friday the 21st August and the subj...

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

Motions. By Alderman G. F. Furner, that the salary for Inspector under the Duiries Supervision Act, and the Diseased Animals and Meat Act, be £12 per annum* Alderman Whiteman.secojttded.aiid Alder* 'man Frier supported.. Unanimously .carried. By the Mayor., .asking what steps the Council considered desirable foe should taike in reference -to the Council Clerk's bond. Alderman 'Coleman suggested that the matter could he lefit in the hands of the Mayor,. Alderman G F Furner proposed, and Alderman Frior seconded, that the Mayor consult a solicitor, so that a correct bond be made out Carried unanimously. By Alderman Griffiths, to deal with the matter of stipendary magistrate, and the C. P. S refusal to send for the same without first consulting ;the local magistrates, aiso to take any further necessary steps in the matter,. Alderman Griffiths said he merely called attention to the matter in the business paper^ and he expressed the wish that the Mayor should : interview Mr. Charles Bull,...

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Lawn Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Lawn Tennis The Camden Union Lawn Tennis Club ! played the Campbelltown Club on Saturday i last at Campbelltown. Camden winning by 6 games ; Camden 86, Campbelltown 30. The Camden men showed the best form. Mr. Maddox playing exceedingly well. An afternoon tea waa courteously supplied by the ladies of Campbelltown* A tennis match will be played at Camp belltown on Saturday afternoon between the Camden Town Club and tho Campbell town Club.

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

Bringelly. (From .oim own CohrkspoNbent.) v A. lawn tennis party was given at the. residi-nce of Mr J. K. Chisholm, of *' GleVlswoud,' on Monday week last. Gentry from surrounding districts were present, iiuuilifM'iug' about sixty. . The widely known ^ ii !'l)/uiity of ' Gledswood ' li'ouse .tended to thhIvh all visitors thoroughly f?njoy them spIvor. We must not omit to mention the addition of a Scotch piper and. dancer, both in full dress, who aided in making the -party au enjotyahiH our. fin the 4 h insr.ant, some of the friends of the Richmond family ill Bringelly,' united in giving them a surprise party. About 7 p. 111 , tho visitors arrived at ' Haddon' cottage somewhat startling the inmates, but gaining ndmiitancp, the evening was spent -.very pleasantly, wi'h singing, indoor games, ?'hp A a lictlo dancing. As the family are ph -r-ly leaving the' district, tile gathering was organised as a kind of ' s'end oS' be iore their depar-ure.

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

,3 ? ,:.T- ? : ? . ? ? ? ' This is only done ' ' real motive1 ,([ i is to draw ! your attention ' The ? 'Hampdenr Cigare tie's. BR E A K F AS T—8 UPPER* E P.PS'S GRAT EFUL—COM FORTINQ. 0 O CO A BOriilNQ WATER OR MILKV p U B L I 0 ft O T t (5. The undersigned is' now prepared to superintend the erection of BUILTDINQS or axy other WO RK8 in the district! of Cam'den. , , , . CHAlS. FURNER, Camden. Hits the mark \ ' d^) tim£' ftf M0/^he dREAT ? ;fc^ON^E-ROR : . OF PAIN. Tjever ...FAILS. w. 03 j§ is § O -p 'R sf$\ -;£. vi a C6 *H r£-l /?' \ JA pi -p. pj . bo 2 ! O 03 '{H CD $ & o ' u*fj « | s -*? - ^,v-y ,§ '*»' .-r^' - James frier* JEWELLER, OPT £01 AN, _ ARGYLE dTBET; CAMDEN. Repairs neatly ttnd promptly executed. .-^-ABSOLUTELY GUARA^T EEg TO SELL CHEAPER THAN SYDNEY HOUSES. Price Lis# : Rotlierliam Silver JSnglish Lever £4 9 ' Silver Horseman Lever ? ... ... 3 15 0 Silver Walter Lever / ... 3 3 6 L'adirs'. Silver Watches .from! ... 2 .0 Q LadissV Gold. Watches froiii .;. ... ...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

LOCAL MOTES We understand that it is tha intention of the Premier, Mr. G K. Reid to pay a visit to Camden at an early date. The date has not however heen fixed. The Premier will be accompanied by Mr. Bull, M L.A., and other members of the Legislati pe Assembly. Mr. McCarthy, of Eandwick, is taking , another -of Mr. Mackellar's, Kirkham horses for training. A Polo match will be plaj'e'd at Macquarie Grove, on S itu'daj' afternoon between the Sydney and the Camden Clubs. The Sydney Club will be strongly represented and it is anticipatsd the match will be a ve ry fast one. The last pay under the old Westbrook Creamery is announced. Suppliers received an average price of 4£d, 10,000 gallons of milk were treated. Boy's Sailor soft-felt Hats, Is 3d. Usual price, 2s. J. Hariia & Co.* The St John's branch of the Ministering Children's Leagae holds its meeting fort nightly at; the Temperance Hall. Tho articles made by the children are sent to hospitals and other charitable institutio...

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Calendar for August. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Calendar for August. Phases of the Moon. — L. Quar., 2nd, 4.34 a.m. N. Moon, 9th, 3.2 p.m. F. Quar., 16th, 7.3 a.m. F, Moon, 23rd. 5.4 p.m. L. Quar., 31st, 8.55 p.m. Sun Sun Moon Moon rises sets, rises. sets. KM H M H M H M 1 Saturday 6 49 5 13 a.m. 10 18 2 Sunday 6 49 5 14 12 19*10 49 3 Monday 6.47 5 15 1 20 11 23 4 Tuesday 6 46 . 6 15 -2 21 p.m. 5 Wednesday 6 45 5 16 3-20 12 56 R Thursday 6 45 5 17 4 18 1 54 7 Friday 6 44 5 17 6 9 2 59 8 Saturday 6 43 5 18 5 56 4 9 9 Sunday 6 42 5 19 6 35 5 20 10 Monday 6 41 5 20 7 10 6 31 11. Tuesday 6 40 5 21 7 42 7 41 12 Wednesday 6 39 5 21 8 13 8 51 13 Thursday 6 38 5 22 8 43 10 1 14 Friday - 6 36 5 23 9 16 11 12 15 Saturday 6 36 5 23 9 52 a m. 16 Sunday - 6 34 5 24 10 34 12 22 17 Monday 6 33 5 25 11 23 I 32 )S Tuesday 6 32 5 26 p.m. 2 36 19 Wednesday 6 31 5 26 1 19 3 34 20 Thursday 6 30 5 27 2 22 4 25 21 Friday 6 29 5 23 3 26 5 8 22 Saturday 6 28 5 28 4 27 5 43 23 Sunday 6 26 5 29 5 24 6 14 24 Monday 6 25 S 30 6 25 6 40 25 Tuesday 6 24 5 3) 7...

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Death of Mr. John E. Wellings. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Doath of Mr- John E. 'Wellings. We regret to chronicle th® deatli of tho late Mr. John E. Welling , junr., of Camden, who died at the residence of his parents, on Tuesday, where he has resided for s.ome' time past. ? A few months since, Mr. Welling was taken more seriously ill than usual, but, got about a^ain, although he was suffering greatly. Mr. Welling was a native of Camden, highly esteemed and re spected for his quiet unassuming disposition. The deceased when about seven years of age had a fall, which permanently injured his leg. The cause of death was an affection of the heart. The deceased leaves a wife and three young children. The funeral takes place this day (Thursday) at 3 p,aa. at the E. C. Cemetery.

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Camden School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 13 August 1896

Gamden School of Arts The fortnightly committee meeting was held on Tuesday evening. Mr. J. G. Harris, presided. The following gentlemen were present: — Iiev. C. J. King, Messrs E. F. Druitt, A. E. Devlin, «T. X). Rankin. E Henry, W. R. Cowper and Dr. Boll. The subject of forming a debating claBs iu con nection the Institution waB discussed, and it was decided that the secretary should first ascertain from the members those desirous of joining the class, and to report to the committee. The net proceeds from the recently held Dramatic Entertainment amounted to £10 8s. The library committee have been in structed to purchase several new books and to improve generally the library. On the motion of Mr. A. E, Devlin, a vote of thanks was heartily acoorded to the members of the Menangle Dramatio Club for their valued assistance.

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