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SPIRIT ADULTERATION. RECENT EXPOSURES. WHAT MESSRS. TOOTH AND CO. SAY. WHERE THE BAD SPIRIT COMES FROM. PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR A REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

BHRIT. AB'ULTBRAilON; ..RECENT EXPOSURES. WHAT'mESSRS. TOOTH AND CO. SAY; 'SPHERE THE BAD SPIRIT COMES FROM. PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR A RE M EDY. , The wholesale exposures at the recent Licensing Court, ; and the refusal of the 'Bench to grant miny iicenses . because of , the bad quality of the, liquor dispensed, as shown by the analysis of s-implefs procured by Licensing-Inspector Lenthal, has tca used, quite a, stir in the public mind, and the ? subject. of who was really to blame has been niuch -3i-(;ussed.. .? . . . A number^ of hotel^keepers whose liquor was condemned liy. the analyst alleged that they, pur chased it from ilessrs. I'ooth.and Co., and sold it to the public as -'hey received it. To get the best in formation on the matter so closely affecting several individuals and the public generally, a. Sunday Times reporter visited tile well-known establishment bf IVles, srs. Tooth and Co , to hear their views on the pubject. . He saw b.ctth Mr. W. Mitchell, the inanager, an...

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

jgAtfD OF HOPE SOCIAL! A Social will be held under tho auspices of th© Camden Band of Hope, in the (School cf Arts, on THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, at 8 o'clock. Solos, Recitations, DialoguesjjAdqiresses^^c, will be given // Admission to Entertainment // and Tea, Is, Children half-price, 'J jjl O R S A L E. Snug little Dairy Farm of about 92 acres, known as Bickley Vale Farm, North Cawdor, under three miles from Camden Railway Station. The land is considered the pick of the district, and no ex pence whatever has been spared to make all the most rccent improvements. Good and permanent supply of water ; dams and creek. No fencing, elearing or scrubbing required. Excellent shelter for cattle and good supply of firewood. A New Dairy, cemented bales, bale yard, stable, piggery and out-buildings well and substantially con structed. The weatherboard cottage of 5 large rooms has been built under the owners supervision. Orchard planted with the best assortment of Fruit trees from the well known Fergu...

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

Jg G. GRIFFITHS, BUTCHER, ArgyIjB SraiiET, Camden, Is a buyefe. 8f hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair and every kind of produce at highest prices for cash. IP IT fi L I e N O TIC E. W: WASSON, GEtfMii; BLAoicsiyiiTH and Farrier, Begs to Inform the irhabitarits of Camden and surrounding districts that. he is now pre pared tb supply Tomb' btone Bailings, either cast o£ wrought iroii. Estimates and designs will be given, on application to him. Jjl - W S E N JAM I N, - ? Boot and Shoe-makee, Akgyle St, Camden, Begs tb thank the public for their cordial support of the jjast 14 months, and trusts that by good ?workmanship and moderate prices he will merit a oontiniiance of their favours. Please bring jour repairs, and they will be neatly executed on the shortest notice. QHlRLES E Y L.E S, PRIZE SADDLS MAKER, Try one of his £3 10s Spring Seated Saddles with Hog Steat, and the beBt of material; arid best Plated Tree Fittings ; his saddles are all over the district ; bring your old saddl...

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

—THE— Camden News, (In which is incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ' Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate of Camden, which is undoubtedly one of the most important and prosperous centres in New ,l ? South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is the ^ ?v , chief advertising medium, and for giving publicity it has no equal whatever. Subscription, 2s per quarter ; or 8a per annum, ^.iw.paid.-in advance. . Sixpence per quarter extra if credit be given. Single copies 2d. '. New subscribers will be received at any time, and charged only from the date which they , . , commence. Subscribers can discontinue their subscription at any time by giving notice in writing to the office and/ paying the amount that may be due to the date of discontinuance. ADVERTISING : — 1 1 Advertisements are charged at the following rate per insertion : — 6d per line up to five lines ; one inch, 3s; every additional inch, 2s; with a reduction of one-fourth for 13 insertions, and of one-third f...

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

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affaire, through the Con* sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam 'Ex hibition. ]SR9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ...au omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude rejinous 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 Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Fhar-, macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical ...

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

Westbrook., An accident that might; have proved fatal hap pened here last Friday. Mr. John Dawson's em ployees were getting water from the dam iu Mr. McLeod's paddock, when the horse took friuhfc and backed into the water giving the lad in cliargc. - a very cold bath. Happily be held on to the dray and managed to drive out minus his cans ami - buckets. How ever he contrived to escape drown ing is a wonder, for the water is very deep and the - banks very precipitous. The intense cold and bleak winds' are causing much sickness. One of our oldest resident's Mr. Stephen Kelloway is now laid low with influenza, and it is feared he will not survive. Our farmers are beginning to find out that it paysf best to cut up the cattle feed. Chaff cutters of new and improved type worked by horse power are displacing the old hand machines, and lustead of the wasteful litter, disgracing our paddocks, the cattle are fed in stalls, with regularity and ecouomy. The time will yet come when sheds will pro...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

SHE SOUTH COAST AND WEST OAUDEIf CO=01-EEATIVE company's repoht': Butter, oreamery, Is 2d to Id 2$d, factory 0s to 1b 2d, dairy lOd to Is ; bacon Od to 4-Jd, hams 8d \ to lOd ; lard 3|dto 4d, cheese 4'|d to 5$d, honey 2d to 3d, pigs, alive, 10h to 30s, cs lves 5s to 15s, hides' Id to 3d per lb, calf ekins 6d to ls 3d each, flour £9 to £9 5s per ton, maize 2s 8d to 2s lOd, chaff £4 5.s to £4 10s, harley 2s 5d to 2s 6d, bran 9|d to 0s, pollard 9&d to. 0s, oato, seed 2s 6d to 2s 8d, feed 2s 5d to 2s 6d, onions £4 15s to £5 per ton, hay, os ton, £5 to £5 5s, lucerne £3 to £4 10, s, potavoes £3 5s to £0, fowls is 6d to 2s 6d, ducks 2s to 2s 9d, geese 3s to 4s G.d, turkeys Osto 8s, eggs 1r Id, dairy salt 15s per ton, small ('? quantities 5s per cwt.

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Produce Markets. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Produce Markets 'WiiiXiXAm: Inglis & son's Report Prime oaten hay, per cwt 4s 6d to 5s 3d ; Medium and inferior 3s 3d to 4s Od ; Prime oaten chaff 3s 9d to 4s Od ; Medium and inferior 2s 9d to 3s 6d ; Lucerne hay 2s 9d to is Od ; Straw 2s 3d to 2s 8d ; Maize bushel 2s 4d to 2s 7d; Wheat bushel 2s 5d to 2s 8d ; Sucking pigs each 3s 6d to 6s &d ; Cock Turkeys pair 7s 0d to 10s 6d; Hen do 4s 6d to 5s 6d; Geese 4s 3d to 5.s 9d; Ducks 3s 3d to 4s 6d; ; Fowls 2s 6d to 4s Id; Factory butter lb 1b Od to v , Is 2d; Dairy butter. lOd Is 2d; Pastry butter -j 7d to 9d; Eggs dozen Is Id. to Is 2d ; Bacon lb 3d to 4 id Cheese 2|d 3|d ; Carcass pork 4d. ?

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

The Oaks. The Ball arranged to such perfection, and equally well carried out by the Roman Cath - olic community in aid of their Church, was unquestionably the most successful affair of its kind ever taken in hand here. No con tusion whatever, and every guest appeared to be in the most amiable humor, and natur ally, as it were, threw their whole en ergies into the exciting enjoyment of the mazy dance, which was maintained with unflagging spirit until well into the small hours of the morning. Refreshments in profusion, of the most tempting kind, were displayed on a well arranged table, extending the full width of the stage or platform of the School of Arts, in which building the Ball took place. Misses Mitchell, O'Hare, and Devitt, to gether with Messrs. Devitt, and Mesdames Guerin and Devitt, were ever on the alert, contributing to the requirements of the happy throng, Appropriate music, from piano and concertina, was creditably ren dered by two youths, whose names I failed to ascert...

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

Menangle. I FEoar our own correspondent.'! The members of the Menangle Amateur Dramatic Club have been requested by the residents of Appin to repeat their late per formance, lor the benefit of Mr. E. Tobin, 1 who has been a long time in the district, and j will do so in the Appin Hall on Tuesday the j 13th. instant. j Mr, William Pay ten has unfortunately; had to destroy his well-known hack 'Monte.' The poor animal was turned into a paddock as usual one night last week, and the next morning was found to have a broken leg, and was at once shot, This is the more to be regretted in view of the races at Moreton Park at the end of the month. A small impromptu dance was held in the Menangle Hall last Saturday night, and was fairly well attended. Messrs. fjarry Hickey aud P. Bergin were the promoters, and it is rumored that these gentlemen ihtend hold ing fortnightly dances for,, the next few months,

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

? * [ADVEKTISEMINT.] to the Electors of camden. ; .'1 , 1 - Gentlemen,' — I. take this, the earliest op portunity, of publicly expressing my hearly and grateful thanks to those 828 electors' who showed their continued confidence in m e o n Wednesday l'« s t . V Especially do, I acknowledge the energetic and zealous efforts of. my friends on my . \ committee in the various centres,- who s'o A generously gave their time and services on x \ my behalf; ^ . t] Seeing that I was only defeated by 21 votes,' that was no d- uht due* to over-' Confidence,- and the wet weather preventing ; many of my friends' from attending the poll.' But apart from that., I had ah un- r scrup.ulous opposition to fight, who stooped to all manner of misrepresentation with re-? gard to my views,' and glossed over their own wicked intensions against the farming and' : producing interests? of this country,' by imply ing, that only the large landed proprietors will have to pay th'e proposed land ta x?V i I have poi...

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Camden Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Camden Civilian Rifle Club ? Following are the individual scores for the monthly prize shooting of the above, and for Mr. Cowper's trophy. The prizes were — First 10s, second 5s, third 3s, tounh 2s, Mr. R. G. Hindes leads for Mr. Cowper's trophy, with an average of 59 5-6, for six shoots : — Name. 500 yds. 600 yds. Tot. Hdc. G. Toti R. Hindes 33 30 63 scr. ? 63 ? ??»? H. Fariiidon 30 27 57 3 5.8 E. Small 23 17 40 20 58 J. Poole 28 24 52 3 55 W. H. Rix 30 22 52 scr. 52 Gi Furner 25 26 51 ,, 51 F. Poole 16 8 24 18 . 42 Handicap limit 58 points. „

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

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APIACULTURAL NOTES. TRANSFERRING FROM BOX TO BAR FRAME HIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

APIACULTURAL NOTES TRANSFEREES FROM BOX TO BAR FRAME BTVE8. I By G. J. R.1 Although we have net escaped the severity of the winter in this distticfc, it being the coldest exjperienced for many years, it has not been so trying for bee-keepers as most winters, when the weather was much ^milder. In fact., honey has been coining: in slowly all the season, and at present there is every appearance of a good summer flow, as the stringy bark is just bursting out into bloom, and the red gum, iron bark and box, which are all showing buds freely this year- will follow in succession. Although this district cannot be classed as one of the best for apiaculture, it has many peculiarities which commend it for that industry ; but I am sorry to say that bee farming has been most shamefully neglected, and I am afraid that there are not very many taking as much interest in it as there should be at present. Most of the bee-keepers in this district, if they can be called sucb, have not got beyond the old...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Churoh Services CMXTECH OF fiNGIiAin).' Jfafellari — at 11 Cabramatta — at 3 Cobbitty— it 7. V*. . , Rev Gt H Alluutt. Camden — at 7. 30 am, (ho). . - Camden— at 11 a m, The Bishop of Bathiirst Candden— at 7.30 p.m, The Bishop of B'athuvat ' Werombi— at 3 30 p m, Rev 0., J. King Menangle — at 3 p.m, Rev J. ,1?. Russell : SDheresa PaTk — at 3 Mr F. W. Af Downed Westbrook — at 7 p.fa, Rev J. E Russell AVr: ; WISSTjEYA'ST. , Camden — at 11 a m, Mr. H . Clifton! i j , Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Subject*. * A 1 v strange burden for a young princess' ; Cawdor — at Z 30 p m, Rev W. Wall . Cawdor — at' 7 p.m., Mr. J Bensley. GHenmore — at 11am, Rev W, Wall . ; G-lenmore — at6.30p m, Mr. J. B. Mpore' Westbrook — at 2 30 p m, Lfr. H. Clifton' 'Picton — at 3 pm, ifcr. B. proctor 1. : Campbelltown — at 3, Mr W Smart , Campbelltown— at 7 pm,-Mr. F. Whifematf FBfHITIVK CHUKCH. Camden — at 11 a m, Mr. H. Doust Camden — at 7 pm Supply1 » Bob's Range— at 3'pm, Supply : Minto— at 7 p m, Rev R Mo...

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

Th^e Railways.' One 6f the most encouraging signs'' of the* times is the improving condition of trade5 indicated in the quarterly report of the5 Railway Commission era just published.' It' shows that the railway earnings for the quarter were £42, 938 over those during the1 corresponding quarter last year, the in crease being irrall the departments' of traffic. At the same time there was an increased ex penditure of £38,684 occasioned by the* majority of employees being placed on full' time, and the work of relaying: All this is' ^ very satisfactory, especially when it is borne' ih mind that the rate of improvement is' being mainl dined; the increase of earnings' t during the four Weeks' following the date;' of the report being £5,i97 of which £1,760* represented the week ending July 27. The' tramway earnings have also largely in-' creased, sufficient to almost cover the ad- ^ ^ ditioUal expenditure occasioned by duplicate ' v % in£ portion of one of the Sydney lines and ' the Cps't ...

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The Late Mr. Henry Tickner. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

The Late Mr. Henry Tickner. We have to chronicle the death of Mr. Henry Tickner, who had been a resident   of this district for many years, and who   was respected and esteemed by all who   knew him. The late Mr. Tickner resided with his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.   F. J. Dengate, of Mount Hercules. Up to the time of his death, which took place on Wednesday mornings 24th July; he appeared to be in his usual health, and passed away quietly during the early morning. The deceased came to the colony   about 56 years ago, and was one of the first tenants who took up land under the Macarthur family. He was the father of a very large family—numbering 15—       11 of whom, seven daughters and four sons, are still living. The funeral of the late Mr. Tickner   took place on Friday, and was largely at-   tended. His remains were interred in the Wesleyan Cemetery...

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Sudden Death Of Mr. Henry Tickner. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

Sudden Death of Mr. Henry Tickner. A magisterial enquiry, concerning the sudden death of Mr. Henry Tickner, was held on Thursday last, the 25th ultimo. The enquiry was conducted by Mr. W. 0. Furner, J.P., (coroner) of Camden, at the residence of Mr. Dengate, at Mount   Hercules, Razorback. The deceased re   tired to bed on the evening of the 23rd ultimo, apparently in his usual health, simply , complaining of the extreme cold. At about 7 o'clock on the 24th, Mrs. Tickner endeavoured to arouse her husband,     but without avail, and summoned the as sistance of her son, who was in the room adjoining. Life, was, however, extinct.   From appearance, the deceased had only just died. No doctor had been attending the late Mr. Tickner for some time past. The result of the enquiry shows that the deceased died from natural causes.

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

LOCAL NOTES Bank holiday to-day — August 1st . Band social in the Mounted Rifle Hall to-night (Thursday.) Mr. S. Brady is now the working manager of the Camden Woolfen Mills. Several persons from the Camden d istrict' attended the Mounted Rifle Ball- hold in Piston last Friday week. The Rev. G. H. Al'lnutt,., of (St, Paul's, ^ Cobbitty, preached in St. John's C£tmd'en,- on Sunday evening last. At the different Anglican Churches in' the district special intercession for rain was engagedin on Sunday last, Mr. James McKenzie, who- i'sWeil- known1 ? here, and who' was a former' partner in the Jooal Woollen Mills, was- on a visit to Camden last week. Six informal votes were recorded* for the Camden election — two at Camden, two at Campbelltown, and one' each at Westbrook and Thirlmere. At the Pietorr Lands Office,. on the 11th . instant, an 80 acre' selection, Parish Bimlow, „ county Westmoreland, was taken by William Shoobridge, of Burragoriang. At the Picton- Police Court last week six...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Menangle, July 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 1 August 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER; Menangle, July 27th, Dear Dorothy, I have read so many nice letters in the Camden News, written to you, that I thought I would like to send you a few lines. We have a Philharmonic Society here. There are about forty members. At our School here we each have little garden beds, which are looking very dry for want of rain ; also, a fernery, which looks very well, as we keep it watered. Hoping you may have room for my letter in the paper, Yours truly, Lilly, Mount Hunter, July 27th. Dear Dorothy, I am now going to write you my second letter, as I saw m the Camden News you said only one little girl had written to you twice. So I thought I would write again. Dear Dorothy, I like reading the letters in the Camden News. We had a nice flower garden, but the dry weather has destroyed it, and if we got some rain now the flowers would soon brighten up again, I must now bring my short note to a close. Hoping this will not be my last letter, I remain, your little friend, Edith....

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