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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 July 1895

Local Notes Tuesday last was a must intensely dis-   agreeable day. A cold westerly wind set r^ifrtmrly, end continued tillioug after night- , Cloud.s of duat scudded along' Argyll e v,'r,nfi ?-©£, which added .-ia no email way to the v/'hscfunionl -.f persona whose avocations, or ^ T '.liUtTinf sa, libfttu out -of doors. - -, . A -few e'i^it &howerfl feJl '©a Tuesday - uiigtot — but they .-were tew aad slight. .- Th« .fniirtih of the series of Socials beiriLg 4 ' {hold un'lor the auspieea ot' i;he Camden ' JTi-wn Bap d takes j)la«e on Thursday even ' * a-ng, Au^abi 1st.. Owing- to the large - .attendances at tke preceding socials the , -'^:(»iuruin«fj ha^e deemed it advisable to hold ^ itUe forthcoming one ia a larger liatt— and l^'.ffche eommodiouB Mounted Rifle Hall has - .baou secured for ithe ocea^ioja. ' I'} ' ' ? ?*? | \ Every member ©f the Pkilharraotiie N , -Society is requested to attend the final -- . e-ehoarsal on Monday liight. Orchestra at 7.30, ol...

Publication Title: Camden News
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CHILDREN'S CORNER Camden, July 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 July 1895

CHILDREN'S 'CORNER Camden, July 25 tb. Dear Children, — Now that the excitement of the elections is over, 1 hope to get lots of letters fro'vv my little friends* Those who have niruu'ly written must write to me again, for I do no want to drop their acquaintance ss soon. The only one who has written twice to me is my friend, Mabel, from Cobbitty. Her letters arc so nicely written, and so sensible that I hope she will write often. Dorothy. Mount Hunter, July 14 Dear Dorothy.— -As I was looking at the Camden News I saw there were some nice letters^ so I thought I would like to try and write one too. We have had some severe 1 froats this last two or three weeks. We 1 have only a few pets at our house. My 1 sister had a nice little flower garden, but i the froat has killed the plants. I like the 1 patterns in the paper very much, because I can copy them for my doll's dresses. I wish, dear Dorothy, that you wou'd get a pretty crochet edging, and then ask the editor to publish it, because ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

' Brevities. In. bidding farewell to, the Xamworth ... electors Sir George Dibbs made a virulent attack on the Daily Telegraph. . ' For defeating him Sir George Dibbs says be pities, but does not bin me; (.he Tam woith- ; ; electors, as they have 'acted ' under t.he in fluence of mendacious statements.' On polling day the snow at Robertson was sir inches deep, and the rival political 1 factions pelted each other with f-now- balls. .Noble, weapons 1— and how ? ..much-. , better,-. than last year's eggs. The Minister for Lands has thrown open a numbor ol' 'homestead selections in the Eiis'.eui, Western, and Central Divisions. They are now all available for settlement. J Mr. William Lane, writing to the ' Daily Chronicle,' soys that the Coame Colony, Paraguay, is succcedmg after a year's hard sku^gle, and tliat the colonists are roughly producing sufficient for their own wants. Sir Henry Paikea' political star has set: — ' and many will regret that it was not amid move pleass,nt and ho...

Publication Title: Camden News
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SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. . .Not every man. who iB thin would thank 'you .for '-.ft-Kas fnict oning him. Bo docn't w;,ru to be fat, and for / vorv g-ood loasons. Unnocess.iry fat is a load to i carry about, it interferes with n man'a power' 'to-is-rif-'usM work, shortens hia wind, and dullj hicj wits, ^ ( ,' i ' j | Yot, on the other hand, a certain amount of flesh!' '; , ! is needed for health and coiafo.'t. J7or example : , ; A man five feet high should weigh about 1201bs ;? f a 'man five feet six inches, l'iolbs. ; a man six feel, f 1781bs. It is a regular a&aendiuer scale. The in surance companies allow a \ariation of 7 per cent-' l'- above or below it, and beyond lhosr- limits 'charge i -extra premium. One shouldn't be much' over or' under his proper weight if hewants; to be sotindandf' heartj' — and we all do 'want that.' , - / ^ Now we will toll you how Mr. Thomas Crosby, * , ] - p being undei weight, gained seven pounds in a week. ' ' He had lost I-£ sfcono, which ia...

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Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Our Memtsr In Monrlay's 'Daily Telegraph' appeared an excellent portrait, and the following brief biographical sketch of Mr, Charles Bull, MX. A. for Camden : — 1 1 Mr. Charles' Bull, to whose popularity in the district of CampbolltoWn Mr. Kidd owes his defeat in the late- contest, was born at Liverpool on October 26, 184'6, He is the eldest son of Mr, William Bull, J.P., of Hereford -street, Glebe, ; who was himself the youngest son of a family of 'ten native-born children, and who is still, at the age- of 76, active, hale, and hearty and quite an encyclopajdia in regard to the past history of the colony. Mr. William Bull was a waggon-builder by trade, and though ; the past generation may know nothing. about his old shop in George -street, hi bygone days it was a conspicuous place of business; and many a pioneering wag- ? gon has started for the country west; of the Blue Mountains fresh-painted from his yard. Young Charles Bull was sent first to Christ Onurch School, and finished h...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

' The Oaks -- [From A Gokmjsi'ONDent.'] A quiet but pretty wedding took place in the -R.G. Church, Oaks, on Wednesday, 24th ultimo, the contracting parties -.being'. Mr. John Ghierin, of Spring Hill, Oaks, and Miss Cecily Mitchell, oi Lela House, Oaks. Miss Babe Mitchell (sister of the bride), acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Tom Guerin as groomsman. The bride looked extremely pretty in a nice dress ol cream nun s cloth 'trimmed vwith lace, cream ribbon, and sprays of orange flowers. A wreath and veil, and an exquisite shower- bouquet, completed an exceedingly charming' cos tume. The bridesmaid's dress was much admijed, being of cream nun's Veiling trimmed vrith lace, and cream satin toque, :j and she .wore a ? lovely . brooch, the gift, of .1 the bridegroom. The bride's travelling dress was a handsome one ' of pruno eloth crepe, and toque to match. The happy pair . left to. catch the .aftern'oon train lor Sydney,' amidst the good wishes of their friends, of whom, despite the very inclem...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

The new and popular iviundry Soap. Ask for Eui- Caoss, All Storekeepers. A (Jc-graduig* spectacle was witnessed al Sr. Mary' on Thursday afternoon. ' After.T, 1L Smith had returned thanks for his eloction. a cfto'c of heft? wus »-ollo.d on to the park and all pmmnt were invited to sample it. ' A number ot vouuirstm4, not. in their teens, helped themsel vi-s ami swallowed the swanky with tho relish of old topers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

The new and popular Laundry Soap. Ask for ^ Red Chows. All Storekeepers. ???????? - ? . .

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Rainfall At Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Balnfall At Oaks'. 'We clip the following interesting in formation from the Piston -Argunc- The .register. 'was taken by; Mr. Chas. Dunn, J.P., and supplied to; our contomporary . — ? .. Month 1803 : .1895 January ; 5.40 11.94 - February 2.2i- 3. 32 March 37.76 ? 1.15 April 3 .,r-3 0/19 May 0:33 ? C.92 June .1.72 ' 0.12 July O.C10 .-Vi'gnst, i. ^ .... Septembe/' 2 38 October 2.3(i IS'ovember 0 20 December 3 23 40.94 17.61 It will bo seem that I, he rainfall for f.he six months of 1895 is less than that, for tho month of March 1891.

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Xiooal Notes -( Amicus' : Too late for this issue. We regret to learn that Mr. Aid. Noakea' sister (Mrs. M. Hall, of Byde) is in.a pre carious state of health.. Alderman G, W. Cleveland has moved into thehouse recently vacated by Mr C.New —near the railway station. The hon, treasurer of the Town. Lawn Tennis Club is prepared to receive the subscriptions of intending members. We have been asked to announce that the Committee of the local Football Club could not see their way clear to select a team to play Picton on Saturday next, The match is consequently ' off.' We understand that, besides the member's of Abbotsford Lodge No 217 Freemasons, the members of Campbelltown and Picton Lodges will attend the service in St John's, Camden, on Sunday morning next. The members of the local Band of Hope j intend holding another of their pleasant social reunions at the Camden School of Arts, next Thursday, August Sfch. We hope that there will be a large attendance 'of the friends and sympathiser...

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THE ELECTION. OFFICIAL DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

' -THE OFFICIAL DECL A'R AT EON OF THE POLL. 1 At Picton, at noon on Thursday last,. Mr. 1 1 George, Bradbury, J.P., Returning' Officer I ! for the , Electoral District of Oamden, officially . declared the result- of the election 1 Ho announced Ahe ; Figures to be — ; Okahles TSult. ... 849 1 John IliDi) ' ... 828 Informal - ... - 6 MajoriLy for Charles Bull 21 Mr. Bradbury' thon declared Mr. Bull duly elected as Member for Oaraden, and I the announcement was received with' loud I .cheers.' ??] Mr. Bull came forward . and. thanked the electors for ; the proud position in which they had placed him. He thanked them sincerely for the honor they had done him. When the time for him to render an account of his stewardship came ae was snre he would ? receive increased support,. , so confident ' did ? he feel that he had the ability to pive thets' faithful and/bon;est representation. He trusted that when he again faced the electors 01 Camden he would be able to point to something , lie had ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Correspondence. (To the Editor.) Sib, — Tour correspondent, ' Splar Ring,' in writing about the disappearance of the fishes from Burragorang rivers is, no doubt, correct ; but I must differ with him in the remedy proposed. This remedy is simply to take the money contributed by the owners of stock, under the 'Pastures and Stock Protection Act,' and to devote it to the pre servation of fish in the river and chickens in the iarm yard, it bolar King' would consider the matter at all he would see that this oould not be . done. The very title of the Act would show that, viz. : — ' Pastures and Stock Protection Act.' How would grass and stock be protected by placing a bonus on the destruction of tiger cats, native cats, sparrow hawks, bee-eaters, and shags. The Directors would be guilty of fraud in attempting such a thing, and the cattle owners would, of course, never permit such an attempt to be carried out. Perh&ps Mr. P, ? , I mean Mr. 'S.R.' would propose to amend the Act in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Have you tried the new Laundry Soap, Red Cross. It saves labour, washes without rubbing.

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Correspondence. The Re-union of the Churches. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

' Correspondence. ®ie Be -union si the Otaches , ^ (t * ? j t( ' 1 ,' '* (To' the Editor). ?K-/v/;^i.I-ear Mr. Editor, — Will' you kindly; permit ino — a^Oatholic member . of the community—to give V ;C^*ijTi'bIicity't0 the following few/ remarks regarding r! ??')', the Rev. Mr. King's lorent discourse on the above Subject, published in your i valuable paper, a short time ago. We Catholics nover wish to interfere M'! ^r-with miniaters when they confine :their. discourses' lo the pulpits of their op churches. - However, * ' when these discourses-; are; made;1 public we think it j i quite within the lines of propriety' to take notieo of \ them, „ The rev. gentleman above referred to seoms i to, think that the Catholic Church'* may make coii-, i cessions 'iu' ordor.'to be .united 'to tho Church* of ! '/England. ' 'Allow- me to say that as the Catholic a:,,! i Gliurch ; has never . yefc made.any- concession in. the - ^?' Vfrrand 'deposit of Faith which the Apostles received ^ M'drom.'the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Motes. Does it not seem a most ludicrous tiling that the fread quarters of the Electoral District of Camden should be anywhere but ill Camden ? And, we are constrained to add, the 'people of Camden are the most apathetic, indifferent, and easy going set we know, to allow sueh a state of things to exist. No one can attach blamo to Picton : the whole fault rests upon ourselves: for it is scarcely to be : expected that our neigh bours would , come down, to us with a magnanimous proposal to transfer to us an office in which they have held undisputed sway for so long. If a thing is worth hav ing it is worth asking for, and fighting for, if needs be, and if we are too indifferent or indolent to look after our own interests, we deserve to be put ' on short rations, so to spool?:. : It must be borne in mind, however, that we are not seeking to recover, some-, thing that has been taken away from us. Picton has usurped nothing that belonged to us. ' It is simply this— when the. re distributio...

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The Editor's Guests. [WILL CARLETON.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

The Editor's Guests. [Wilt, Carleton.] 'The Editor sat in his sanctum, his .countenance ?furrowed with care, ®fis mind at the bottom of business, his feet at the i'r 'top of a chair, i ifTis chTiir-ann an elbow supporting, his right baud iA ;/ ,' - up holding . his head, ? .pvrr on his dustv old table, with different bVj;--..-, documents spread ? !r:i3rhere were thirty long pages from Howler, with v.; : ? ? ? underlined capitals topped, ? . And a short disquisition from Growler, requesting -V his newspaper stopped : 'There were lyrics from Gusher, the poet, concern ?! ing -sweet flow'rets and sephyns, And a stray gem from Plodder, the farmer., deserib 7 : , . ; ing a couple of heifers ; _ 'There were billets from beautiful maidens, and bills from a grocer or two, ) . And his best leader hitched to a letter, which . inquired if he wrote it, or who? v There were raptures of praises from writers of the i&'Mf.v.v weekly mellifluous school, ? And THie of his -rival's last papers,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

'Washing Day made easy by uBing Red Cbobs /' ' Soap 6d and Is bars. 1 /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

BUTTERICK'S PAPER PATTERNS, AND FASHION BOOKS. THE CHEAPEST AND THE BEST. All seams allowed, .-which is a great guide 'to amateur dressmakers. ' Illustrated catalogues, 4d post. Sole Agent, BENNETT, 13 and 15 King' Street, Sydney Arcade, Sydney. The Delineator, a journal of art and fashion, is Is Od posted.

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Camden Munioipal Council. A special meeting of. this Council was lield on Wednesday, the 31st ultimo. The Worshipful the Mayor of Camden, Mr. James Noakos, presided. The following Jdermen were present : — W. C. Furner, P. Furner, Gt. Cleveland, E. G. Griffiths, . J. Frier and C. T. Whiteinan. Apologies jl were received for the absence of Aldermen \ Rankin and Reeves, on account of illness of : ?these gentlemen. || The minutes of the last meeting; of the Council were read and confirmed. Alderman Griffiths informed the Council that on a recent date a gentleman from the Government offices arrived in Camden for the purpose of going into the matter of a public cemetery and park; In the absence Of the Mayor, he (Alderman Griffiths) con ducted the gentleman to the proposed sites,, and the various positions suitable for'such. He also showed the gentleman the present church grounds, and gave such information that lay in his power and knowledge. The Mayor said that he regretted his absence fr...

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