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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

The number of the Pattern is 7288, and it costs Is 2d posted,. The draped front, ' which is 9 graceful feature of this blouse-waist,,, renders it particularly well suited to slender women, and also to stout women, to whom fancifjul modes are becoming'. Patterns obtained at Bennett's, 13 and 15 Sydney Arcade, Sydney.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Produce Markets. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Pro&ude Markets WiLimi Inglis & son's RepoW Primb oaten hay, per cwt 4s 6d to 4s lid ; Medium and inferior 3s Od to 4s Od ; Prime oaten chaft 4s Qd to 4a Od ; Medium and inferior 3s 3d to 3§ lOd ; Luo'erne hay 3s Od to is Od ;; Straw 2s 3d 23 9d ; Maize bushel 2a 6d to 2s 7d; Wheat' bushel' 2s 9d to 3s 4d; Sucking pigs each 4s Od to. 6s 6d ; Cook Turkeys pair 7s Od to 8s 9d; Hen do 4s 0d to 4s 6d; Geese 4s Od to 4s 9d Ducks. 3s 3d. to 4s Id ; Fowls Is 9d to 3s 6d; Factox*y better lb Is 3d to Is 4d ; Dairy butter 14d Is 4d ; Pastry butter 7d to lO'dfj Eggd dozen 0s lOd to Is' id' ;? Bacon, lb 3 Jd to 4$d }' Cheese 2|d 3|d j Ca,rcass pork 3 Jd!. ?

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

LOCAL MOTES t The usual fortnightly meeting of the ?fi&A^nnicipal Council of Camden was held on i ;.W -Wednesday. Mr.- Sharkey from Sydaey i 'attended the meeting and addressed the , Aldermen on his proposed Water Scheme. : . Owing to the very late hour at which the neetmg was ended, and the importance of ? ' the subject discussed, we propose holding our report of the proceedings to' our ifesfts^Ts-nv-next issue. The Aldermen by resolution ' ' desided to appoint Mr; Sharkey as consulting engineer ? to the Water Scheme in con -, - junction with Mr. Charles Bull, M; P., .as adviser. rlhe principal resolution being i that it was in the opinion of the Aldermen that some water scheme was desirable for , 'thei township. The appointment of Mr. .Sharkey will not in any- way hamper the y; hands of the Council, as that body have ^ not in any way committed themselves to a 1 tpenny expenditure up to the present time. til 11 ? : (i, , Two of the best pieces rendered at the it/Philharmoni...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

? .'SEVEN -POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. Not every man who is thin would thank you for .fattening' him. He doesn't want .to bo fat, a'nd' for ?. very good reasons. Unnecessary fat is a load to carry about, it interferes with a man's power to work, shortens his wind, and dulls his wits. Yet, on the other hand, a certain amount o f flesh is needed for health and comfort. For .ex rim pie : , A man five feet high should weierh about 1 20lbs : AY - a man ,five feet six inches, 145lbs. ; a man si 5 fe't, ' 17.81bs. It is a regular ascending scale. The in surance, companies, allow a variation of 7 per .cent' above or below it, and beyond those limit3 .charge ' 1 - extra premium. One shouldn't be much 0 vor or / ^ under his proper weight if he wants to be soun.d and x hearty— and we all do waut that. -1/ Now we will tell you how Mr. Thomas Crosby., / being under weight, gained seven poundo in a w oek. 'V,' .He had lost 1|- stone, whioh is too much off for a man who was never fleshier than he naturall...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Washing Day made eaay ? by u^ing Cbosb ? Soap 6d and 1b bars.

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

BUTTERICK'S paper patterns, and FASHION BOOKS. THE CHEAPEST A KD 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- '

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Philharmonic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

' Camden PMlhamonio. Society.' An Exceptionally good' entertainment was given in' the School of Arts,- on Friday evening last, under the auspicies of the Camden Philharmonic Society. The local . society was assisted by members' of the Picton Society, both in the orchestral and vccii portions 01 toe programme, and by | Mr. Edgar Straus, a leading Sycney i celloist, and Mr. Christopher Heaps, a brilliant and promising young violinist, also from ^Sydney.. The- audience wits not ao ? large as we anticipated, and this- was no ? doubt attributable to the wintry weather, and. to the fact that we are passing through a period of depression and drought, the end of which no one is prophetic enough to foresee ; still the hall was nicely filled, and the audience was an appreciative and enthusiastic one. The entertainment was i given under Mr. T. H. Bosworth's con ; ductorship, and he is deserving of the S; . warmest commendation for the- evident care ful and patient' training that he had be stow...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

WANTED — By an experienced Dairy Farmer , . ?' from the Illawarra district, having cellent testimonials, a Farm to carry about 100 cows or over, to work on the share system. Apply ' , ? at the ' Camden News' Office. - ' ?' N[ OTICE — The. undersigned is prepared to da % ; 1 _ washing, cleaning, and scinibbing at reason able' prices. Mrs Q -? Kettley, Murray Steoet ^ . '; '. Camden. ' ' ' , g§ 0 T 1 0 75 ' ANT STEAY CATTLE .found on the ; , Kirkham Estate will be impounded. ? ? H. McKELLAR . . A ? J^BBOTSFORD LODGE, No. 217* , will hold their ' ^ ANNUAL BALL ' FRIDAY, AUG-tTST 30th% r AT DRILL HALL, CAMDEN. Tickets maybe obtained from any of the Com-/ ' mittee. ' 'W, J. CBANFIELD, ' Hon. Seo. , J^JUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE,/ G-ood Second-hand Piano, price £20. ' ' 1 1( , First-class old Italian Yiolin, ^50 ' , ? 1 1 ' ? ' 'i -i ORGANS FROM £9 9s. CASH QR TIME* PAYMENT., \ ' ' S. PROCTOR, . J. J Argyle Street, Camden. \Wm' YJT w h ? i t e Argylb Street, Camdkn, ' , BUILD.ERS' ' IRON...

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

\ v ? ? ? ? ? '.USfflj ), Have you tried the new Laundry Soap, Red' t

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Camden Woollen Mils. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Sanrden Woollen Mills. By Quiz. '.v ? ' i '? v t i j. s r - It is no small credit to tho district that we have ? in our midst such, a splendid industry as tha Cam den Woollen Mills. Some years airo this industry was ataited by Messrs F. H. Burne and Jas Mo Kenzie, in -what ia known as Thompson's flour , v* mills. In years gone by busy sceueB were enacted 7 within the waHs of that fine old pile of bricks, and - \ many hundreds, aye thousands, of bags of wheat were carriefl into the mills, and carried out again in the shape of snow-white flour. But the rust' came, and for long years the engihes were silent, as tha'graves, and the hugh chimney-stack ceased -to belch forth its volumes of black smoke. As. we ' - : have said, Messrs Burne and McKenzie secured the ; mills, and at very great expense had them fitted with some of the finest machinery that ever came to the colonies, and commenced an industry for the manufacture of colonial tweed and woollen goodsJ '? Soon the Camden tweeds mad...

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

' ' ' '''' v /Appointed bjf ^ | 'V 1 \^'',,f-\hi/t -,f i igpeoial Royal 1gPmW» [' (to Her tiajoSt# s' 'w^ — ? ? — C:A, '-?' .;'' *'. :,' - -r~ I JUST A LITTLE. 4 ^ 'J ' S Srf I. ? ?.... .,._M»l.,f... , I I! II I ? ? I.. II I I..'. I, .11.1 — 4 1« '',r.;.\vjip ?' jg, - $ . ^ - ' ? / ($art a little BaaBglik, v 9ust a little tntt* - fast a llttla «a toft , , 1 l-v ' ~ r' - , ' -? 'ffout a lttUe rubi '' Jiut 9 little diying Then the great eventfoj! ; ^ , Outside in the son, Task of washing's dona. i SUNLIGHT SOAP 5%-;*-}1 1 ' — THE — %?:? Camden News. $&!&&-*- i(In which is incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) -/' ; , PUBLISHED ?*??;?? -.??v.- ?' ?? ? C,,, '!- EVERY THURSDAY. i^fp?X'-»-.'i-.::«Girculating extensively throughout the Electorate .* of Camden, which is undoubtedly one of the '„' ' /.i most important and prosperous centres in New South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is tiie '' '' / .chief advertising medium, and for giving r''' '- 'publicity it has no equal whateve...

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

Washing done in. half the time by using;EsD' Caoss Soab. 6d and Is bars. All Storekeepers Argyle-street was cleaned up last 'week, and looks the; better for it.

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

Westbrook.   [From our Correspondent.] Since last issue our district has been twice visited by death. One of the youngest, and one of the oldest residents have been called   away, and the youngest went first. Last Thursday, the infant son of Mr. Thomas Cranfield, aged 2 year's and 9 months, died of croup. He was a fine healthy child, very bright and pleasing in his ways. The Head Gardener has been   pleased to pluck this beautiful bud for him- self, and has transferred it to his heavenly paradise. On the following Friday, Mr. Stephen Kelloway, senr., entered into his rest. He has been one of those noble sons of toil, who by dint of sheer hard work, have helped to   make this colony what it now is. Hired in England for the employ of Messrs James and William Macarthur, he, with his young wife, arrived in the colony in the year 1838. Engaged for three years, he worked at Cam- den Park, and then for a similar term   labour...

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

CUMBERLAND HOUSE, CAMDEN C. T. WHITEMAN, DRAPER, GROCER, BAKER, IRONMONGER,   AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER.   All kinds of Produce bought and sold. Bran, Chaff, Pollard, &c, always on hand. The best General Assorted Stock in the town to choose from, and at prices that defy competition. Before making your purchases, PLEASE INSPECT OUR STOCK. FRANK R.FURNER. PLUMBER, TIN-PLATE & IRON WORKER, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. Tinware, Galvanized Iron, &c, kept in Stock.   Tanks, Milk Cans, &c., made to Order. Estimates given for Plumbing, Roofing, &c. A T R I A L S O L I C I T E D' C. A. MARTIN,   LICENSED SURVEYOR, Specially Licensed under the Real Property Act, Government Mining Surveyor, Member of the Institution of Surveyors, (Incorporated by Act of Parliament, N.S. W) C A M D E N. For the last 9 years employed by the Govern- ment, is now starting Private Practice in Camden, Picton and Bowral districts. Wil...

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Masonic Service [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

Masonic Service-* On Sunday morning last, the Bishop of .Bathurst (Dr. Camidge) preached at St. John's Anglican Churcb, Camden. In con sequence of the Bishop holding the important . position of Grand Chaplain to the Masonic . Order of New South Wales, the members of the Masonic Lodge in Camden, the Abbots ford Lodge,, No.- 217, by special dispensation had arranged to attend St. John's Church in masonic regalia, as a compliment to the Bishop-. There was a very large attendance of the members of the Lodge, together with many visiting brethren from the immediate districts. Prior to the 'brethren attending the church- in procession, a special meeting of the Lodge was held at the Masonic Hall, Argyle Street. Worshipful Bro. W. E. Targett, the Worshipful Master of the Lodge, occupied the chair. After the Lodge had . been' duly opened, the brethren, tinker the able conductorship of Wor.. Bro. A. F. Onslow, who acted as Director of Ceremonies, formed procession and attended the churcb, and ...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Camden, August 6, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 8 August 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER, Camden, August 6. 1895. To my little friends, — Firstly, Mr, Editor, kindly permit me to thank you for your courtesy in alloting so much of your valuable spafe to the Children's Corner. You are doing a good service, and from what I hear from my little friends you are giving much pleasure, and I am certain of this, that by your further help and space you will make my friends good and capable letter writers. I do not know of anything so valuable as to be a good letter writer, for you know my little ones cannot be good letter writers un less they know how to spell their words, and so place their words to form interesting subjects to f( older heads.' You also fully well realise how important a subject letter writing now is, for when I was a little girl [ remember many of my parents' friends coming to my parents to ask them to write a jlet-ter for them to some son or daughter who were miles and miles away. Now, there can be no such excuse in these advanced days, when l...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

? r'''' . - '? it.' ' ' , ' ' \ ?. ' . ? PPILPIETGS, SW, yUENITTJB^ ' ? ' / . -? & .HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS , _ S ^ - ? ' . . ?' ? § W , Q Ag4ia?t loes by I^re, P^losipn, -9r fjightining.jia^. , G 2 LIVERPOOL AND LONDON | i , AND GLOBE, ? -- I '?: 1 ' g % 1 *f Th« Greatest Fire jyid Life Assy,ranc,e Company ,of t-he Wtovld.' ? p* ? ;.=?-. ?? ... - ^ -J ? f , o. . V--.' .'O' ' g NOTEJ- FOB. ITS LIBERALITY MP PROMPTNESS THROUGHOUT ^IJ$ WQBkP- jt , ei ' ' . ' ' - / . 4 '§ * ? ?' ' : ''V- Losses Paid by this Company to 1§93, £30,431,612 Sterling. ' '?/ ? ?£? i i 1 ' ? .Head; Office for Australasia, @2 JPitt Street, Sydney., . * Etijj] Agent for Camden and. District, W.SIDMAN, ' Camden Neiys' Office. Agent for Narellan, MR, DAVID NOTT. Hollo way's Ointment & Pills! THE PILLS pjirify the Blood correct, all Disorders of the Stomach, Liv$b Kipueys and Bowels. They inyigoyate aiia restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, iarid are invaluable in all conjplaints incidental to Fem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

QAMDEN 'WOOLLEN MILLS. ?, Wanted, to purchase Box or Iron Bark Billet , 'Woodj in any quantity. Apply . . ' . 0. T. WHITEMAN, . , ' Camden; '??Stood JMgmeiit k -is manifested in buying Good Boots. ( GOOD Boors GIVE GOOD WEAR, anil from. no other class of Boots can yoii get the ' .??V same satisfaction. No part of the clothing- has to stand the same hard and continual wear as the Boots. Therefore see you i : g-et them good. Rem«mper,. in Boots, as iri most other things it tflys to buy the best. ?'To a can set them at A. STUCKEY'S BOOT and SHOE DEPOT, CAMDEN. Jg G. GRIFFITHS, - B UTCH e'r, i ,Argyiie 1 viTBijEtf) Camden; :: Is a buyeriofiides;; tallow, sheep skins j horSe hair w4;i; ^nd; every, feinck of produce at highest prices for '' feasti. ' ? , ? i - , . - ; & ? = ti ^'BBOTSFOliD LODGE, No. 217; ?will hold their ' v I^ANNIJAL BALL *.Vi ?. ' Sf ? x ^ 'I * , ? ! l ; i i v - on S . g;F,RIDAY, ATJG-CTST 30th; JhC\ *- '' AT DRILL HALL, CAMDEN. ^l^itiiEe'tssB^may, be-; obtaine...

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Cobbitty, ['From Our Correspondent]. Beware of hawkers and swagsmen:~A resident recently had some money tak out of his house. The lady of the house on returning from a call on a neighbour found that somone had been about the place, and soon discovered that three pounds had been .1 stolen. A hawker had been seen on the verandah, and to enter the house. 44 points of rain fell here on Tuesday, - ^ The total rainfall to the 12th inst , for tftis year, has been 20 inches 72 points. The most brilliant meteor seen for many.-vWsf years was observed here on Sunday aboi^fc ' 6 30 p.m. it appeared to bo North ing dirocfc from East -to West.- ?

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SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

SEVEN POUNDS IN ONE WEEK. Not' every man who is thin would thank you for fattening himv He doesn't want to be fat, and for very good reasons. Unnecessary fat is a load to; carry about, it interferes with a man's power to work, shortens his wind, and dulls his wits Yet, on the other hand, a certain amount of flesh is needed for health and comfort. For example : A man five feet high should weigh about 1201bs ; a man five feet six inches, 1451bs. ; a man six feet, 1781bs. It is a regular ascending scale. The in surance companies' allow a variation of 7 per, cent above or below it, and beyond those limits charge extra premium'. One shouldn't be mnch over or under his proper weight if he wants to be sounctand hearty — and we all do want that. -Lfuw wo wm ten _yuu now mr. inomas urosby, | being under weight, gained seven pounds in a week, i Ho had lost 1-|- stone, which is too much off: for a i man who was never fleshier than he naturally ou°-ht i to be.- ° It was this way. He was right e...

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