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Foot-race. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Foot-race. The chief topic of conversation amongst, those who are interested in sprinting, has been for some -weeks ijast, the match for '£10 aside between Harry Taplin and Fred Daniels. This event was run on the cricket ground at Kirkham last. Saturday afternoon, the distance being 150 yards. The tracks were good — light and yielding — and in favour of good time They had been raked | over for the occasion, and, a rope placed down the centre of the track to separate the peds. About 40 persons witnessed the race, and among them Daniels was in Blight favour, though Taplin and his sup porters were confident. Daniels did not show the pace or form that was expected ©f him. Mr. M Young sent the men away to a splendid start, and before they had gone 50 yards it was seen that Taplin had it all his own way. At 100 yards Daniels was hopelessly beaten, and 20 yards further he threw up the race. Messrs . McKellar and R. Bell ingham acted as judges, and Mr. H. Bellingham as stakeholder, j
CHILDREN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
CHILDREN'S CORNER. Dear Children, — I have received this week a letter from a little friend who resides near Picton, It is written in a beautiful hand. Indeed, it is the best hand writing I have had yet. I know a few boys and girls who havei written for the ' Boys and Girls Own Paper,' and I will get angry with them if they leave me out in the cold. I have only naatnree letters altogether. 1 thought I would' have to ask the Editor to give me more space, but he seems to! think that a deal less than a column will do. It ap pears that he is right, and I am grievously disappointed with my little friends. They can help me if they try, and if I do . not receive three letters next week I will be really angry. Dorothy. -- ^ ? -v * Williaiaiwoad ' June 15th 1895. Dear Dorothy, — I„am going to write you a short letter. We live very close to ! Williamwood sohool. To-day there were two \: cranes fighting , and one broke the others leg and we went npand brought it down to the school. We have a l...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Correspondence. (To the Editor.) Sir, — The question with regard to the water supply having been discussed, and tiot being supported by the majority of aldermen, the advancement towards same seems to be as far off as ever, I am sorry to see the Council in such' an indolent and uninterested state in supporting any steps ? taken for the progress and welfare of the I Borough. It was Dronosed at the Clnnnnil I meeting to elicit opinions of the ratepayers. ! . As far as I know nothing has been done in ^ this respect. Another opinion at the meet ing was, that the Council7 could not do anything in the matter unless the ratepayers ? wished for the supply. I beg to state here, that I have spoken to many of these, and all unanimously uphold the suggestion, but have not sufficiently urged the necessity of it. I therefore think it is the duty of tho Council to take, the matter in hand, either by action, or calling a public meet \ . irig, ,w here x th« ratepayers can express their opinions. Some...
The Misses' Costume. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Tho Misses' Costume. A striking feature of this costume is the short jacket, T^hich is somewhat on the Eton order, and reaches almost to the waist line. Patterns from 10 to 16 years. The number of the pattern is 6877, and coBts Is 5d (posted),- at Bennett's, 18 Sydney Arcade, Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
? — r ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , . ? ? ? --» ? — ? ? ? ? ? — ? ? - ?, ' ? ? . . i — ? ?. ?? ? ? ? — — ? ? ? — ?? w I- 0 N'T ' P O B6ET YO U1 P U R S E : ; WHEW CALLING TO INSPECT THE BARGAINS. I do not insinuate that you are forgetful, but it is better to be sure than sorry. You are bound to see something yott like, and ^ / '. Remember a Mttle ready cash goes a long way at my sale, y.v:;/. :m^iv.^'|4enfe:tweed overcoats, sice for the winter, 6a lid, *- '/ , '98 lid each ; vt .'Men's genuine navy worsted suits, 21s each, really j1 worth 40s , i ( . White blankets for single beds, extra heavy, 7s lid ' ' per pair Double bed white blankets, extra large, wonderful *; r ! i . value, 14a 9d per pair ' !j ;' . Colored blankets for single beds, extra heavy, 5a lid ;- - per pair Diagonal dress tweeds, double width, 4fd per yd, usually 9d Colored velveteens, extfa wide, lovely goodg, Is 63 per .yard ? Ladies' black serge skirts 7s lid each, cheap at lis 6d Melton cloth, in black or navy, 3|d per yard, ;...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
The friends of Mr. Rylah, of Pioton, and , lately of Camden, will be sorry to hear of a serious accident which befel his daughter the Other day, through having fallen on a broken bottle. Dr. Mills was called in, and 'found that on© of the arteries of the left ' hand had been almost severed, and it was with much difficulty that the bleeding was stopped. i
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Notes. The Camden Dairy Company has resolved to reduoe the interest paid to shareholders from 8 per cent per annum to 4 per cent, for a period of six months. We trust that before the end of that period the company will have a happy issue out of all its troubles., It seems a pity that its usefulness will be curtailed even for this short period, but it would have been a calamity indeed had the company ceased operations al together and gone into liquidation. This doom seemed imminent at one time, owing to the: circumstance of so many of . the larger suppliers taking either the whole or a portion of their milk supplies away from the factory. No one can blame these sup pliers for sending their milk to Sydney. Whatever they produce on their dairy farms is their own, to dispose of it as they choose, and it would be egregious folly on the part of any dairyman to send milk to a looal factory for, say, 8d per gallon when he can get perhaps double that amount in Sydney. Still the fact remains ...
THE TRAMP'S STORY. [WILL CARLETON.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
THE TEAMP'S SVOBtt [WlIiL Oarleton.] It 6xperieuce has gold in it (as discerning folks . »gree), - lhen there's quite a little fortune stowed away ? somewhere in me, And 1 deal it out rogardless of a reg'lar stated price, In rongh-done-up prize packages of commonseuse advice ; ilie people they can take it, or run round it, as. they please ; But the best thing they'll find in it is some words like unto these : . Worm or beetle — drought or tempest— on a farmer's laud may fall ; But for first-class ruination, trust a mortgage - 7 'gainst them all. On my Weddin'-day my father touched me kindly on my arm, And handed me the papers for an eighty acre farm, With , the stock an' ' buildin's for an independent start: - Sayiu-r, 'Here's a wedding present from my muscle and my heart ; And, except the admonitions you have taken from -i my tongue, ? And the reasonable lickin's that yott had when 1 you was young, And your food and clothes and schoolin' (not bo mach as I could wish, For I had a nu...
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Church Services* CEUEOH OB1 ENGLAND. CobT»itty—at 11 v Cabramatta — at 3 Karelian— -at 7 ' Rev G. H. Allnutt, ' Cainden — at 11 a m, Rev C J King, (ho) - Is,' Camden — at 7 30, Rev C J King Werombi — at 3 30 p m, Lay Reader ' 1 ; Menangle— at 7 pm, Lay Reader , Westbrook — at 3 p m, Rev C J King , y ,, '» ' , Theresa Park—at 11 p m, Lay R.eador l\ \ * y ! W WE8LEYAW. i Camden — at 11 am, Mr. B- Procter.. ,,, . * Camden — at 7 p m, Rev W Wall 'Westbrook — at 6 30 p m, Mr J E Moore ' , '*- .Cawdor — at 2 30 p m, Rev W Wall . , , ' ',u Glenmore — at it a m., Rev W Wall 1 Picton — at 3 pm, Supply - - Campbelltown— at 3p m, Student Menangle — at 3 Mr J E Moore PRIMITIVE CHURCH. Camden — at 7 pm, Rev R Mowbray ? ? . Camden— at 11am, Mr. H. Doust. ? ' ' . 1 ; ? ' ( Bob's Range— at 3 p m, Supply , . Theresa Park — at 3 p m, Rev R Mowbray 1 . i * Bringelly — at 11 a, m. Rev R Mowbray : Minto — at 7, Rev J. Ashmead ; Roman Catholic; Camden — Mass at 11 a m. Evening devotions at 7 30 p m Oaks ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRAT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty he King of Italy, as per communication made by he Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March 1873. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. J*#9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics, universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming - crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised 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 March, 1878, we take : — It is proved by tests made by the Medioal Clinics of the. Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical, Clinic at Grei...
Preacher and Pedagogue. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Preacher and Pedagogue The two. chief characters in the following ' . impromptu comedy are well known in , Camden. We give it on the authority of the ' Rylstone Advocate': — At the organ reoital in the Wesleyan Church, on Sunday evening last, just as Mr. Shepard wa» rendering ' The Victory March' ; loud snoring was heard. The Rev Watkin Furner, who is one of the best of good tempered men, stood the annoyance as long as possible, but the snoring went on the same and louder in tone — if such were possible ; and to make matters worse, a simmer of, merriment went rippling through the church. This was more than the Rev. Mr. Furner - could stand, and looking to the direction wherf the disturbance came from, said}: 'Friends, it is not often I get angry, but I I must confe* that I feel very angry just now at ther disgraceful proceedings of some 'person iti regation, who I trust will , apologise for the unseemly behavior.' This rebuke was received fej many with a broad smile, and the snoring...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Wesleyan Church. The Camden Wesleyan Church has just completed two Missions of four nights each. Last week it was held at Cawdor, when the Rev, W. W. Rutledge delivered powerful addresses to large audiences, resulting in ; the addition of six who were desirous of be- . coming members. The reverend gentleman sang most effectively. His earnest appeals ' will long be remembered in Cawdor. This v; week there has been a similar mission at - Glenmore, the Rev. R. S. Bunn conducting. , - Great attention was paid to his most earnest addresses. 24 persons joined as members, ; many being young men. Mrs. Bunn sang very sweetly many solos. Throughout the services great earnestness was shown, and j vast good done. The older members were-, 'r^i gratified by the attention of . the young.. . ^ The response to the collections was very : ; good. ?
Camden Dairy-farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Camden Dairy-farmers' -Union. A meeting of ibis association was held at Hennessy's Hotel on Friday last. The meeting was a most representative one. The chair was oocupied by Mr. David Nott. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, some discussion was held as to the advisability of having the by-laws of the Union printed with the object of forwarding to each member a copy, so that the various rules should be' carefully studied. This was agreed on. The n^zt subject con sidered was price of milk £t|g)resant received by the suppliers, which was. considered by the members to be much less than it should be considering the retail price of milk in Sydney. The hon. secretary, Mr. E. G. Griffiths, read letters received from the; Farmers' and Dairymen's Milk Co., and the Campbelltown Dairy-farmers' Association. Those letters were carefully considered by the meeting, and instructions were given to the hon. secretary as to the, nature of the reply to be forwarded to each, The f...
The Beverley-Leslie Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
The Beverley-Leslie Company. One of the most genuine travelling shows that ha8 ever visited Camden is Beverley and Leslie's Musical Comedy Company, Which made a four days' halt in town last week. Messrs Frank Beverley and Walter Leslie, who run the show, are both straight goers, and they deserve to succeed. ; They pay their way, which is saying a heap in these days of ' take down' Bhowa. The entertain- : ments thev give are far above the average of travelling troups, and &ey leave behind them a reputation which' will always ensure a bumper house. They were not as well patronised here as , they would have been had the people known thein better. Evidently they had to suffer for the sins' l of omission and commissionof a number of fifth-rate ! companies that have come along with a great I flourish of trumpets, and when they left, others found that they had been ' left' too— and badly left. This company travel by road, and arrived here with three splendid traps and six handsome ...
Camden Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
Camden Polioe Court. Saturday, June 15ths 1895 (Before Messrs A. J. Onslow Thompson, C, Furner, and W. 0. turner, J's P.) Affiliation. Anna Fryer sued William Woolley for the support of her illigitiraate child, Mr. F. R. Cowper appeared for the complainant, and Mr, G. Wallace (Wallace and RobsonY for the defendant. Anna Fryer, being duly sworn, deposed : I am unmarried, and reside with my parents at Westwood; I know tho defendant, William Wolley, and have been keeping company with him for 2 years and 7 months $ he was in the habit of coming to my father's house twice a week during that time ; he came most frequently on Sundays ; certain things happened between defendant and my self on the 15th of July, last year ; it was a Sunday evening ; it took place at our own home, in the kitchen ; ray child was born on the 12th April ; the child is a girl ; I charge the defendant with being the father of my child; the defendant had been in the habit of sending his washing to, our house for 2 y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895
— ? ? — — ^ S. W. MOUNTED RIFLES - No. 2 COMPANY, CAMDEN. Vacancies for three or four smart Recruits. Apply toJtne O.C. at the Orderly Room, on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 9 ! FOR SALE . j FOR SALE— 3 good Buggies, Piauo, Organ, &c. . A. J. Doust, Camden. FOR SALE and TO LET. — Several . farms* houses, allotments. A J Doust, Cautden. . TO LET FOUR-ROOMED Cottage in Cobbitty. Apply to Mr. H. Charker, Primrose Hill, or to 'Camden News' Office jg G. G R I F PIT H S, BUTCHER, - f Arqylb Stelet, Camden, Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, ?bprse.jhftfcis,^ and every kind of produce at highest pricea«,for ! , , cash. , , , ' CAMDEN. - LAND. LAND/ ° ' ????. -? ? ? ?? : ? S - -I t-,rv I k ' IMPORTANT SALE OF 145 ACRES LAND s ON TUESDAY, JULY 2nd. RH. & J. K INGLIS have been Instructed ? by Mr. John Martin, to sell by public?' auction at their yards, Camden, on the above date : His well-known Property at Burragorang,. situated c on the Wollondilly River, co...