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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

SURPLUS STOCK OF SEASONABLE GOOD§ At Distinctly Bargain Prices. E?P ^ iii the £ discount for cash. I: !v$v . ? , ? , ? : ? ? HI rBl SALE TO U0MMENOB I^JJf Monday, July 1st, 1895, lifefc':' ? . r' Vp FOR OSTE MONTH ONLY; -Tweed &mts irom 201b. Men's Trousers and Vest, from -8s 6cL ' Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers from 4s 3d. Men's Overcoats (go'od) from l&a 6d Men's Bedford Cord Riding. Pants from 12s 6d. Men's 'White Shirts from 2s 6d Men's Strong Flannelette Shirts from Is. Men's Under-shirts from Is each Men's Pyjamas from 4s 6d. Men's Waterproofs from 19s 6d. r :? .????? Men's Cardigan Jackets .from 3s 6d. .Men's Tweed Hats from Is 3d jjj| |^pfe;'fi.rMen's Soft Felt Hats from Is 6d. . Men's Collars, Ties, Scarfs, Mufflers, at Special Bargain Prices: Boy's and Youths' Clothing1 at Special Reductions. Portmanteaux, Bags, Rugs, Perfumes, Scarfs, Studs, at Reduced Prices. , ? ? o ? , ^ We are selling all tlie above articles and lotef of others at ridiculously low price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

^ Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral, . THE BEStr . BEHEDY JOB CO'DO'HS, COUW, INFLENZA, BBONOElTIS, HOAESNBSS, &o. Iff 'AND 2s -?'?v. ? ?' ? . f . ' ' ,? ' : ' '-( V;- - \ . ? ? u' ,'i ^ i,,'' -.-'o ' ' ' ' - i ' i f / i ' i i - ? ' i ? j ?* ' - K

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Brevities It is rumoured that a shipload ofdonkeysr are on their way to New South Wales.' ; Thoiight we Had' enbu£h of tliem already.' For heroic and vain dndeavors to lool^ pldased,- nbthing can equal the expression of two girls compelled to dance with ectch other' on account of the scarcity of men/ Grissy; ? Why do you so persistently weai* ithe hair of another woman on your head?' v Beatrice r ' B'or the same reason that you' ^ wear the skin of a calf on your feet,' 'He stayed till 12? o'clock and past, And she for sleep was yawning And when he said ' Good night,' at last5, The maiden said ' Good morning.' ? A little girl in an essay on ' Mein' soys; ' 'Boys are men that have got as big as' 1 ! their paphs; and girls are wotneri that will' be ladies by-and-by.- Man was made before' woman.- Wheu God looked at Adam he' said to himself,? ' Well I think\l can do' - better if ; I try again.' And he niade Eve. :God liked Eve so much better than Adam that there have been more women than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

? ? I * Have you tried the new Laundry Soap, Red Cross; St saves labour, wstshe^ without Tubbing.

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New System of Life Insurance. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

$Tew System of Life ii^iraricei \ THE- LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE. - The matter of life insurance has hot escaped the universal demand for liberal change, and the pro-' poBals now put before the Australian public :by the Liverpool and London and Globe, one of the lead ing insurance companies of the world, is proof in point. This company announces what is tantamount to practically a revolution in the charge for life in surance, and it is understood the reduction has been made on an absolutely safe basis, warranted by both actuarial science and experience. The reducfion made by this great company are fifty per cent., and when an institution of such fame and financial stand-' ing determine on= a course such as this, the par ticulars and the wherefore of the charge are certain to be of wide public interest. As showing just here the character of the Liverpool and London and Globe, it may be mentioned that the assets' of the institution are £9,085,790, that its income is £2,336, 000';...

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Correspondence. Re-Union of the Churches (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

„ Correspondence, v' Re-Union of the Churches. ' (To the Editor,) Sir, — Will you allow me to reply to your ^ correspondent in your last issue, who signed .himself or herself ' A Catholic' ? I do not intend, however, to carry on an arg^ ' ment with, an anonymous antagonist. In the first place, I would like to inform your ; , ? .correspondent that I had nothing to do ' ' with the report of my sermon, although I think it is better and more accurate .than tty such condensed reports usually are. 'A; - ? ' - ' Oatholic' seems hopelessly confused as to \''1 , the djf^erence between the Catholic Church \v .! ' 0° which we both profess to belong), and' , tlie Roman Catholic Church. It was the ' -- , former that was founded by our Lord and ? \ , ' His Apostles- Has he (or she) never heard i ' of the seven Churches in Asia ? — not to ? . - mention others in Europe founded pre - ' „ ' viously to the Church of Rome ? Your , correspondent deliberately misquoted , the careful report published by ...

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Mr. W. R. Cowper in England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Mr- W-'B.- Cowper in- England; The following is ah extract' from a letter' received from our respected townsman, Mr. W. R. OoWper, dated/ 26th, June We have just' returned from Reading where we' spent a couple of days. We went from Reading to .Wallingford, by the river. It really does make ones mouth1 water for a month on tli'e river with' a few jolly Aus tralians.- The steatn yacths arid the boats are delightful little things, and all the Way along th'e river the scenery is very grand, and the houses and ground's picturesque in the extreme.- I shall try and manage toJ stay a week on the Thames' before I leave, and do some boating. We were present at a Conversazione at the Colonial Institute, saw Lord' Jersey, 33ishop Barry, Mr. Wood ward who used to be a partner in Messrs David Jones' years ago, Mr.- Massie Mr.' Cruiekshank, Mr. E. G.-M. Eddy, and others. It is a great meeting place for Colonials'; I am. now waiting for two banquets, and then we are off to Scotland. Mr. Cork of the...

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Secret Voting? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Secret Voting? (To the Editor.) Dear Sir, — Since the excitement of the - :general election lias abated, the electors have ; -; had time to consider what they said, heart], ? did or saw, during the contest, and some .. . have evidently seen too much on the back ?i';:;'''v;';'-;of:-tlieir -ballot'pa|.iers, to benefit their peace of mind. The majority of the electors who entered the polling booths to vote were under tne impression that they were secretly voting ; hut to the dismay of many, although others did not notice it, their number from 1 v. the Electoral Eol I was written on their ballot ' paper, so that it only required reference to r the Electoral Roll by the officials handling , the ballot papers to know how each man ? voted. Is this secret voting? If so, why go the trouble and expense of erecting . \ screens. I should like to know if such is customary throughout the colony, and also, ???'?\T-Mr.wBull, our new member's opinion regards ing this matter Thanking you in ai*tici p...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

COT^es^ondence. (To'the Editor. )' Sir, -^Whilst waiting forth©' deblaratiori' of the poll at Westbrook a protectionist related what he' said was' a very beautiful example' of the benefit of protection. A man had planted an orange' tree which w'as constantly spoiled by being eaten doWn by huugry horaes' and cows, but then he put a proper fehce around it, and thus protected it was thriving splendidly. Good for pro tection, thought X, but must we therefore infer that all protection is benefibial A hQ4 umbrella- is an excellent' protection from the drenching rain and the scorching suin, but fancy how ridiculous my tall friend' woiild; have' looked',- holding an umbrella over the tree, yet that also would hate been pro tection only it would not be beneficial be cause the fertilizing rain aiid genial sun shine are necessary to the growth of the plant. So we plainly see that all protection is not good but only that which Conserves the natural interests ? iwv'dvetl/.- Protection is only ne...

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SCALLOP EDGING. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Scallop Edging. I Commence with * 26, chain, 16 of these i join into a riny, into this work 16 'treble, and join to the second chain left from the 24, turn 1 chain and 1 treble to the 24, 4 row 4 chain, 1 treble, 5 row, 5 chain, 1 treble, join to the 24 chain, repeat from *, then working the next scallop, join the last to the first pattern. Foundation 1 treble, 1 chain. : ' r Harrington Park, - Narellan, August 7th. Dearest Dorothy, — As I was looking at last week's '? Camden News' I saw some very pleasant letters, and so I determined to write one as soon as possible. I am glad the Election is over now so that you will have plenty of room for some more fashion plates and especially for some Crochet patterns as I like them very much hoping you are not offended at my asking.. I go' to a Public School at Narellan and I learn music of which I am very fond of. I had a nice flower garden but the severe frosts, we have bad lately seems to have killed many flowers. I have a pretty parrot I ...

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CAMDEN POLICE COURT. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. CLAIM FOR LOSS OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

CAMDEN POIilCi!' GOTJKT.' ^ AN IMPORTANT DECISION. CLAIM FOR LOSS OF CATTLE^ The weekly sitting of this court was* held ! on Saturday last, Captain A. J . Onslow Thompson, J.P , presided. There were' also present, Alderman W. O.- Furner, J,P., and Mr. Charles Furner, J.P. There were no- cases of a criminal character before the bench.' Childs v. Oranfieli-. This was a case in which Mr. John Childs, of Mount Hunter, sued Mr, W. Cranfield, of Camden, for the loss1 of cattle sent to him for agistment at Burragorang. Mr. F, R. Cowper appeared for the de fendant, and Mr/ M. D'Arcy-Trvirie ap peared for the plaintiff. Mr. . Cowper. on behalf of the defendant,' submitted', to the Bench that they had no jurisdiction in- the matter. He said the . particulars delivered were misleading,-, as the claim was1 for eight heifers valued at £24, and he (Mr. Cowper) understood that the defendant took the heifers for agistment, and that they' had disappeared, con sequently the plaintiff was alleging neg...

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Town Band Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Town Social, During the present season the Camden Town Band has provided ' whips of fun' (to use a colonial phrase) for the votaries of the staltatory art. Another of its pleasant socials was held on Thursday last, in the commodious Mounted Rifle Hall, and the large assemblage of the youth and beauty of the district showed conclusively I that tins popularity oi these social- gather ings has not waned in the least. Upwards of fifty , couples put in an appearance, and it not to be wondered at that, with '* youth at the prow and beauty at the helm,' the socialwas a most enjoyable affair. Danc ing was kept up spiritedly till midnight, to the excellent music of the Town Band (under the able conductorship of Mr. Harold Anson), relieved occasionally by Miss H. Thurn and Messrs Hopson and Derriman. Miss Thi^rq, is a finished pianist, and the members of the band re cognise and appreciate her kindness in affording them an opportunity of taking part in the festivities, and enjoying them selves...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Notes. A most important case was heard at the Oamden Police Court on Saturday last, affecting the dairying industry, particulars .appear in another portion of the paper. There were no cases of a -criminal character before the bench, this is the fourth week in. succession that the bench have been free -of ,a®y such unpleasant duties. The Court on Saturday last was called for eleven a.m., it was, however, nearly mid-day, before a sufficient number of Magistrates were in attendance to attend to the business of the day, much dissatisfaction was expressed, and that loudly, by those were compelled to attend by the want of punctual attendance ,of the magistrates. Surely such a state of affairs could be easily remedied,; it ia & pity to .see a lot of men kicking their heels outside of a Police Court, when their time could be more profitably, :and pleasantly occupied. Mr. Charles Bull the newly elected M.P , was in Camden on Saturday last ; and on his paying a visit to the Police Cou...

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Death-Doomed. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Dgath-SoQmed. ..j - ? [Br Will Carletok.|] - 'They're taking me to the gallows, mother — they: a-7 . . mearito hang me. high ; They're going to gather round vne there, .and watch ' me till I die:; All earthly joy has vanished now, and gone each ' moital hope', — They'll draw a cap across my;eyea, and round my I neclc a rope ; The crazy mob will sliout and groan— the priest will read a . Braver. 'The drop will fall beneath ray feet and leave mein ' the air. They think I murdered Allen Bayne,; for so the: J udge has said, And they'll hang me to the gallows., mother— hang -. me till ;I'm dead ! X „ The grass that grows in yonder meadow, the lambs i that skip and play, - 'The y ebbled brook behind the orchard, that laughs % upon its way, The flowers that bloom in the dear old garden, the bit ds that sing and fly, Are clcar and pure of human fclood, and, mother, ~ so am I;! By father's grave on yonder hill — -bis name with out a stain — I ne'er had malice in my heart, or murdered Allen 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI' EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, an per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul -General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. IS89 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude rejinous oils. In order thiit these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medioal 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 Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Clinic at Gr...

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Paradise Lost. (PAUL TWYFORD in the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Paradise Lost. (Paul Twyford in the Windsor and [Richmond Gazette.) Fallen on evil days, and evil tongues, In darkness and in dangers compassed round. — Milton. Sad indeed was the sight of the old man, hobbling painfully along towards where sat those to whom he had hitherto been an arch-flend. Not only was his gait weak, but his one time massive form was bent with the weight of his 80 years ; the old white liead and flowing beard were made even whiter by the flour cast at him by some playful jokist — one can scarcely think intentionally ; and the old man brushed aside the white duBt with an ill-concealed irritabiliy, which the ringing cheers that greeted him as he walked did not appear to mend. But few in that large assemblage of people expected his arrival— indeed, we were told that it was quite unexj-ected and unsolicited (which one may take cum grano salts, for at election times many strange things are done). Any way, the old politician's entrance had quite a dramatic effect. Eve...

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Bob's Range: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

[?] A Very interesting weddirt'g took placfe at Bob's Range oh Wednesday, July, 31st, when Mr. George Stevens of the Oaks was married to MiBS Louisa Grundy of Bob's Range. Miss. Selina Grundy (sister of the bride)' acted' as bridesmaid, and Mr., Sam Stevens fulfilled1 tht' p6st of groom sman. After the ceremony all pres'ent, including ? a eoodlV number of friends and relatives: sat down to a sumptuous breakfast to which ample justice was done by all. The happy couple left soon afterwards for Camden in route to Parramatta where they . intend to spend their honeymoon. The Rev Mr: Dillon of Picton performed' the ceremony. Speaking at th'e presentation meeting Mr.' Reid said ' 4 that in carrying out the mandate of the people he would act with moderation* and would study the interests of all classes.' What this precisely means it is' very hard to say but it is' an open secret- that all of those returned as supporters of Mr; Reid a;re iiot quite at one with his sweeping policy so perhaps ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

- ? I' ' ' ? 1 ? 1 INSUjS YOXjE BJJXLDINGS, 8T00K, FURNITURE, ' ( / \ . , , ^ ? ' ' , g- 4 ' HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS ; g . PQ ' ??...?? v© S ??????.:?»?.? Against 10B8 by Fire, Gas Explosion, or Lightning, in ifoe C C5( ; '? ' . p | LIVERPOOL AND LONDON | I -? AND GLOBE, . ; | '?.?-'?I *a # TUe Greatest Fire and Life Assurance Company of the World'' cL V -1 ? ? ? g v I' '' » - ® V 5 1 §~ NOTED FOR ITS LIBERALITY AND PROMPTNESS THROUGHOUT THE W0RLR. U * § k/ ' ? ___ ' ? y -? a': , Losses Paid by this Company to 1S93, £30,431,812 Sterling. V' . 'k- Head Office for Australasia, 62 Pitt Street, Sydney. I ' 'A {} i - Agents for Camden and District, SIDMAN & CAMPBELL, 'Camden News' Office, , - , Agent for Narellan, MR. DAVID NOTT. Holloway's Ointment & Pills ! THE PILLS purify the Blood correct all Disorders of the Stomach, Ltv?£ Kidney^ and Bowels. They invigorate ana restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to Females ' , . -...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

th !b south cq'^st and: yrEST oamden' oo-opebaWve OOijfpANY's fiEPOKT :: ' Butter, oreamery, Is 3d to Is 3|d, factory 1-4'd to Is 3d, dairy lid to 13d ; bacon Od. to 4^d, hams 8d' to lOd ; lard 3 Jd to 4'd, cheese 4dto 5d, honey 2d to 3d, pigs, alive, 10s to 30a, calves 5s to 15s, hides Id to 3d per lb, calf Bkina 6d to Is 3d eaoh, flour £9 to £9 5s per ton, maize 2s 7d to 2s 9d, chaff £4 5s to £4 l'Os, barley 2s 5d to 2s fid, bran 9fd to 0s, pollard 9|d to O's; oats, seed 2s 6d to 2s 8d, feed 2s 5d to 2s 6d, onions £4 15s to £0 per ton, hay,, oaten, ( £5 to £5 5s, lucerne £3 to £4 10s, potatoes £2 15s to £3, fowls Is 6d to 2s 6d, ducks 2s to 2s 9d, geese 3s to 4s 6d, turkeys. 0s to 8s, eggs Is Od, dairy sialt £i 15s per tony smaller q[uantitieff 5s per cwt.

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

I i . ? 'p i i y J l b Church Servioeg* \ ? ' » 1 \ fJ b * vj . ' - -vi ' ' : ?- CHTTBCH OV EN OX; AND. J i«\- — at 11. ? .JflSarellan — at 3 - ? - :... . Rev G H Allnutfc. ^'amden— at 11 aimyRevC- J. King. (nc)! J' Camden — at 7 p m, Rev H. A. Dempster Mena'ngle— at 3 P-m- R^v C. J, King v Weroinbi— at 3 30 p m, Rev J. F. Russell 'Westbrook — at 11 a.m, Rev H. A, Dempstdr / Theresa Park — at 3 Rev H. A. Dempster WESLEVAN', ? 1 Camden— at H a. m,- Rev W. Wall. Subject f The broken bottle.' * 1Mb vr-.'^wnden — at 7 p.m, Mr. F. \Vhiteman ji ? ; ?: .(lawd6r — at 2 30 p m,- Mr. B. Proctor ? Glenmore — at 1 1 a m, Mr G. Smart Glenniore—at 7pm, Rev W. Wall . . I* Westbiook — at 2 30 p m, Mr. J Bensley Pit-ton— at 3 p m, Rev W Wall iCttmpbelltown' — at S Rev J. Aahtnead y PRIMITIVE CHURCH1. i^iir-' Camden— at 11 a m, Rev R. Mowbray p-.m, Rev K Mowbray i:Bo.b's Range— at 3 p m, Rev'-R Mowbray , i - ( Catholic Chubch $in?©&.iundeh — Mass at 11 a.m. Evening; devotions at 7 30 ifti&...

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