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

Burragorang.: One of our staff whilst on a business tour through Burragorang, by special invitation, pleasurably attended a very successful dance, at the residence of Mr. W. Shoebridge, on the 5th instant. About twenty-five couples were present, and a very enjoyable - evening was the result. Dancing commenced i ? » i i t ' i' .j'*i eany m tne evening, ana was Kepi up untn the early hours of the morning . . Musio was provided by Mr. W. Pearce, relieved oc cassionally by other gentlemen. Mr. J. Hunt fulfilled the duties of M.C. The re freshments were of an excellent quality, and everything passed off most satisfactory and everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves. It was indeed pleasurable to see our friends so. thoroughly enjoy themselves at the'-ever hospitable tables of Mr. Shoebridge.. These . ; . re-unions are most refreshing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 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 Affairs, through the Con - sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14-th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. IRS® Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ..JU universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simplo 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 -cported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Olinic...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Tte Oaks. .^ft The Oaks Debating and Mutual Ad vance„ * ?? ment Association held their second public \ meeting in the School of Arts on Friday \ evening last which took the form 'of a debate, w that in the opinion of this house it $ is advisable that the Government retain possession of the railways,' The president t '] Mr, A, V. Moore being in the chair. The , ;i U ? ? )f M „ T r\ H/T ? T prUIJLUeJL' iUl. U. KJ. JXtUUL'O UJJCUBU. debate and was followed by the leader of tbe ' opposition' Mr, Kenniff, and by several ?- 'l' members from both sides of the 'house,' 'r; The speeches were remarkably good, and well delivered, showing that the subject had ^ been well considered. Upon tbe division „ l' being taken it was shown that the ' ministry' ? . were defeated by a very small majority, and as a result will send in their resignation; having been in office since the starting of t the society three months ago; Mr. Kennift will now be called upon to form a ministry,. ,*- . ? ' , ^ M

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Items' of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

? ferns' of Intereitv Honey is not only a good medicin e; but it is a healthful food for children, especially that which the bees gather from the various miuts: Honey that is gathered from the various clovers furnish about the best medicinal properties. Gloxinias, Foliage Begonias, and some' of the Gesneras are usually propagated from their leaves. The gloxinia makes buds very freely, which flower the' next year.- It is from the ribs of the leaf that roots develop. Leaves intended for cutting should be ta&eii from the plant when in fall vigour of growth. The under surface of the leaf is then placed on the soil, the mid-rib slightly pressed in and pe'gged down to Keep it firm, q,nd quickly throws out roots.- N o soil should be placed on the leaf, =as it would ro£. If several plants are required from one leaf!, the mid-rib should be notched in several places. Only one man in 203 is over 6ffc in height ; The estimated number of matured iron bark trees belonging to the Crown or ...

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Funeral of the late Mr. Alio McMinn [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Funeral of the late Mr. Alio McMinn. It is with much regret we have to record the death of the late Mr. Alic McMinn, son of Mr. John T. McMinn of Freshfield, Cobbitty. The deceased passed away early in the morning of Monday last the 12bh instant, at the age of 25 years.. He u had been a very great sufferer for up- ^ wards of three years past, most of which time he had been bed-ridden. The funeral took place at St. John's Camden, and was atten-' I] ded by the immediate relatives and friends / ; : j! of the deceased ; many journeying long di$- | tances to pay their, respects to their departed I kinsman. The funeral service was most \ impressively rendered by the Rev. J. E\ ^ Russell, the Curate in charge. After the beautiful service of the Church of England had been read over the grave, Mr. Thomas Wasson, the M, W. 0. R, of the Forrester's Lodge read the Burial Service appertnining ?, to that Order in a most solemn manner. To say that the deceased was universally liked and esteemed by...

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Camden Civilian Rifle Club [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

' ? : Samden Civilian Biile Club The members or. the above club participa^ ted in an afternoon's shooting at the local range on Saturday last, for a trophy JpreA' : ' seated by Dr. Bell, and other prizes Jdonat^-K.'.-r-;';'^ by the club. The following ia-thejrfesul^i-i'v.ft'-^'^ the shooting „ Name 500yds 600yds h.d.c Tot. , , ?, W. Buckle 23 27 10 59 *,4 ''-'l; R. G. Hindes 31 26 scr. 57 1 T ' y * 1 J.Poole 29 , -23 '4 56 *?' VV. H. Rix - 26 ; .^ 21* 2 49 F.Poole 19 . 9 17^ 45 ?' E. Small ? 13 13 . 15 ? 41' ? ? H. Farendon * 25 - retired The next shoot in connection with the' -.; ,- club will be held on. Saturday, 24th instant/

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Memorial Services. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Church Services. GHTTECH OP ENGLAND, 1 , ' v ' V*' '* ' Memorial Services, i Cobbitty— at 11. i' Cabramatta — at 3 , Narellan — at 7 V 'Church Missionary Association of N.S.W. ' ? ' Cobbitty branch,' Massagre at Ku Cheng Bev Or H Allnutt. Camden — at 11 a m, Rev J F Russell K'-w'-'W, -Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King : . - Menangle— at 11 a.m, Rev C. J. King 1 Werombi — at 3 30 p m, Rev J. F. Rnssell 4 ^^4=.- Weatbrook — at 7 p.m, Rev J F Russell plwjVf :i''iivv:-(EhereBa -Park-^o,t 3pm Rev 0 J King ! -u' WE9LEYAN. , rVl'dl ' X ' ' Camden— at 11 a.m, Mr J Leigh ^ '~l 4, / ,v'eamden— at 7 p.m, Rev W Wall '- ' v Cawdor — at 2 30 p m, Mr J Leigh : G-lenmore — at 11 a m, Rev W Wall. Subject ' p' ' Glenmore— at 6 33 p m, Mr J Leigh wkxiimiMli^'Westbrook — at 2 30 p m, Mr G. Smart ferta,;; v;: i Ipicton— at 3 pm, Rev W J Davis -( , Campbelltown— at 3pm Rev W Wall '-?' V PRIMITIVE OHTJROH. -1 , ' 'tiir Camden— at 11 a m, Supply ;j,,w ' 'Camden — at 7 pm, Rev R Mowbray' :^!^i J ::'.'-; ...

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OUR WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

OUS WATER SUPPLY. At a meetisag of the Water and Sewerage Board, held last week allusion was made to a paragraph, which had appeared in 'The Daily Telegraph' that day with reference to the dearth of water in the district, and in whieh the board were charged with a breacih of alleged agreement which it was stated was made when the dams at Cataract and Pheasant's Nest were con structed, By this agreement the dams in question were to be opened once a fort night to allow a supply to pass down the river. T&e president pointed out that no such agreement had ever been made. The council waited upon him a short time back to ask for a supply of water from the canal for the use of the townspeople free of charge, and they theu mentioned some thing about a promise having been made to construct a compensating dam somewhere at Menangle. He then told them that they I were mistaken as there was no obligation ! on the part of the Government or the board ? to do this work, but this was the fir...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. ITALIAN BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

AHGULTUML NOTBS. ITALIAN BEES. By G J.li. ?t / . . At. present the Italian bees have, deservedly . the ? : pre-eminence over all other races, combining as they do, so many excellent traits, with so few faults/ Whether we eonsider their gentleness, honny gather ing capacities, or hardiness, we must arrive at the conclusion that they are superior in every way to tho common black or German bee, Even the ? hybrids have shown themselves so far ahead of tlve common bee, that I think we may consider all dis cussion jn the matter at an end. Some persons ? maintain that the hvhrlfls fl/m Hnnwiftf fho ?Pull i . . . bloods, I do not think there is much choice myself , as far as honey gathering is concerned, but when we come to compare the docility of the full bloods ? ???,.. to the vindictiveness of the hybrids, I ihink we must decide ia favor of the former. It is a strange fact that a cross between the two races produces a ?ifc/Hw.'/bee,. which is far more vicious than either race in , . V it...

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

(Appointed i-& fecial Rofai ~ , Warrant' .'* % ' -\ , i I | J U ST A LITTLE. | He* '. 7 i;iv-.,';.. $iies$ _ ..lV.,.^;;. . -,. . (. &usa a laaeflnnBfili^ - tast a little' rub) ^ust ft* little tub,' is just a .tittle diying Outalde in tio boo. ! Just' a Bttlb watery ; Than the great eventft^, ??:'??.. task of waahing'8 doaK ., ir:; SUNLIGHT SOAP pr / - ' -THE— .,v Camden H$ws* , ? ? ? . ? ; ???;?.! (In whi-*h ijj mcoi porafced the CAMDEN TIMES) A PUBLISHED \ - ,',?' S ???, ,..? V ? ? -p - EVERY T H U' R S D A Yi r* 'v- %'i ./ ? :-.... v ' ft-v ^ Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate ^ ¥r- of Camden, which is undoubtedly one^of the ^ '? most impoitant and prosperous centres in New tj South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is^/the [§r'- ' ^ s chief adveitising medium, and for giving ' publicity it has 110 equal whatever. Subpciipt ion, 2s per Quarter ; 6r 8s per annuity w' ' 111 advance. Sixpence per, quarter extra if sp^ , ctedit begnen. Single copies 2d. fJSs'i! ? ?...

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Camdon Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

?Gamiden- Municipal- Council /The usual fortnightly meeting o| the Council was held on the . 7th* instants ^phe worshipful the Mayor, Mr. 3: Noakes, occupied the chair. The- following Alder-) men were present :~^Wj G: Furneiy J.P., It.- P.' Keeves,; 6..- 01 Furner, . E.- G. Griffiths,. James;. ; Frier, and C; T; ; Whiteman, J.P. -U '? ;? The minutes of the last meeting of the Council were read and confirmed. T .At.tnr of nnnlo.crv ,waa received for tho ' absence of A ldertoanV.^alnkin on account of continued illness. ,,, s ' Accounts to the amount1 of ''£50* l'ls I'Od were recommended to be passed for pa'yf. nxent: ^ Alderman Reeves moved, that a portion ! t of land be rented for the requirements' Of storage of^the property belonging to' the Corporation. He considered that by adopts ing the course,, the Council would save' a considerable amount of money by having their property and goods under proper care1 and avoid the expense' of having their goods destroyed, as was at present don...

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Produce Markets. THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Produoe Markets. THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPEBATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT *. Batter, creamery, Is 3d to Is 3|d, factory 14d to Is 3d, dairy lid to 13d ; bacon Od to 4£d, hams 8d to lOd ; lard 3£d to 4d, cheese 4|d to 5|d, honey 2d to 3d, pigs, alive, 10s to 30s, calves 5s to 15s, hides id to 3d per lb, calf skins 6d to is 3d each, flour £9 to £9 5s per ton,, maize 2s 7dto 2s 9d, chaff £4 5s to £4 15s, barley 2s 5d to 2s 6d, bran 9£d to 9|d, pollard 9d to 9|d, oats, seed 2s 6d to 2s 8d, feed 2s 5dto 2s 6id, onions £4 10s to £4 15s per ton, hay, oaten, £5 to £5 5s, lucerne £3 to £4 10s, potatoes £2 17b 6 to £3 5s, fowls Is 6dto 2s 6d, ducks 2s to 2s 9d, geese 3s to 4s 6d, turkeys 4s 6dto 8s, eggs 8d, dairy salt £4 153 per ton, smaller quantities 5s per cwt.

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

felM* 1 Bob's Sange. ' £Feom: OUR COBBBSPONDElfT.] J , During a recent visit to Cawdor my'at ,i tention as directed to a pretty cottage near the junction of Westbrook, and Cawdor , ' ' main southern load, erected on Mr Charles '* ' Smart's property . This residence is a great ^ ' credit to the owner, who is to be compli ( piented upon the otyle of the building. Mr. '[ ^ Smart is making further improvements and j; when completed this cottage will at least rank equal to any in the Cawdor district, f Un ounclay tne little cnapei at rsoo s ±tange ^ ' was filled with worshippers to hear a Service of Song, entitled 'Promoted', by friends from Theresa Park, and Camden, under the sf c^nductorship of the Rev. R. Mowbray. ^Hearty appreciation was expressed for the ' ' ' ^excellent manner in which the Service of V Song was rendered. Miss Eva Fryer pre sided at the organ and performed her duty r-i»ce!lently, Mrs, John Small most kindly -4,1 j mt the instrument for the use of the choir. -- A col...

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

- ' * | . - ? ' -? 1 * ? . - : . - . . ' ' .'-'vi.'./ ? Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral* ifiHB BES3?' BBMjBDT FOR , COUGHS,, COLDS,. ' -imLMZty BBONOfflTI'S} , -ff'OAKSN'ESS; . &oi lr 6d!, /sin .V*-' »-' 1 ' 1 * - , ,,,« -.t i S | j . . 4 1 , * . v ; ' ? ? \ ? * ? . ' - - j'Xu?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

The Minister for Works (Mr. Young), and the Minister for Labour (Mr. Garrard), have been in consultation as to the apportionment of work for the unemployed in' Sydney. The outcome is probably that in future the Labour Bureau will have the granting of employment instead of through members of Parliament or the Department of Public Works. Ducks do not need to' swim in order to keep them healthy. But they require clean water to drink, and plenty of it. If they are allowed tn swim at will, there will be very few eggs found. The ducks drop their eggs anywhere whilst swimming about. The Australian horse Paris, by Grand master from Enone, has been nominated for the . Cesarewitcb Stakes. The race will be run at Newmarket and the best handicap horses in the United Kingdom annually compete. Distance 2 miles '2 furlongs and 35 yards. Great interest is taken in the event.

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

QAMDEN FOOTBALL CLUB. A Match ^ill foe1 played on Saturday afternoon ne^t, iij/Mr. Cranfield's paddock, between the j^air/derf *3?ootball Club and the Pyrmont^Jhird junior Team. Play starts ajf 3 o'clock sharp. ' ? | K OTIOE.— The tmdersigned is prepared -to . do v-waslhing, cleaning, and scrubbing at reason able prices. Mrs G ? Kettley, '^Murray Street Camden. I ? Ie man who would notuse ST JACOBS OIL ? HE WOULD SOON GET WELL (F HE DID. ? : I IT CONQUERS PAIN., ' WILL Forma and Butchers' ^Slaughter Books for sale at .The Camden News Office, i POWERFUL FERTILIZING [manures || RECOMMENDED BY THE I Director of Agriculture Kg as containing the various constituents, essential. tv |fl a perfect Manure, in proportions varying accord, ggi ing to the crop for which each is intended. |f ^EDUCHD VOICES. PXBTOW. m. Ho. 1.— Superios? Suparp'tephate . £4 10 0 §| „ 2.— General iSanRPa . . . . . 5 10 0 Eg! „ 3.— Cereal & Vogfc\,iblo Manure 6 10 0 |j| „ 4.— Orchard & Fie r& ...

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

PPWfff? V EUOALYPTI *V. LOZENGES. ? ? ' J 'f For tHe Voice, also for Coughs, Colds, Bad Breathy , . , t '(i and all affections of the Throat and Cheat. ^ ' C. A. MARTIN, ? : LICENSED SUE VE YOB,1 ' 1 - , v a * i 1 1 Specially Licensed under the Real Property Act,' , Government Mining Surveyor, - Member of tho Institution of Surveyors, ^ - (Incorporated by Act of Parliament, N.S.W)' ' ? 1 1 O A. M JD 33 2srv t , % -? V For the last 9 years employed by the Govern-' ( * ment, is now starting Private Practice in Camden/ Picton and Bow ral distiicts. Will visit and un-^ ' ' take any surveying in these districts without , „ charging travelling expenses. , , FRANK R. FURNER, PLUMBER. TIN-PLAtfE & IKON WORKER.' . AEGYLE STEEET, GAMDEN. . Tinware, Galvanized Iron, &c«, kept in Stools'.- ' , ,i * Tanks, Milk Cans, &c.,'made to Order. ; - . ? i , i' Estimates given for Plumbing, Roofing, &c.' ' , O A- TRIAL SOLICITED, -/ * , - ' QUMBERLAND HOUSE, CAMDEN', , - O....

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

Cawdor. [From a correspondent.] 1 The Cawdor Mutual Improvement Society held their usual public meeting on Wednes day night last, August 7th. There was a \ very fair attendance at the meeting, but i owing to the weittier being rather unfavor- 1 able, there were not as many present as was expected. However, a very excellent pro gramme was got through, which everyone enjoyed very much. The first item was a ,* song by Miss Veness, entitled, 'Beautiful i;1 Home'; Recitation, 'The Old Dragoons,' Mr. H. Reynolds ; Story, Miss B. Proctor; ' Son/*. -p Gates of the West.' Miss E. Miller : Reading, 'Stretching it,' Mi?sE. Dengate; ^ musical selection, ' Mountain Bell,'1 Mr. E. ^ ^ 'Dunk ; Recitation, ieThe Edilweiss'Gathererj' , Mr. J. Veness ; Lecture oa Patent Meidicine, ' Misses Proctor, Miss E, Veness and Mr. S, Veness; Son£, 'Chime Again,' Miss E. 1^' Mil lei ; Recitation, 'The Arbitrator.' Miss E. Dowle ; Dialogue, Miss E. Miller, and fV Miss A, Smart; Song, '? When the clock. Btnkea te...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Original Poetry The following lines are by an old correspondent of this paper, whose initials will be readily recognised; they   were written exactly fifty years ago; i.e., 13th August, 1845:—     Come Venus, or hear from above,     Whichever will suite you the best; I've a little to say about love,       Though not with that feeling opprest,   But as goddess of love and of beauty   And mother of Cupid to boot,                               I think its a part of your duty   To list to a bachelor's suit. Since Cobbitty church was erected,   Matrimony has been at a stand,   No match has as yet been effected,   &...

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MASONIC INSTALLATION. ABBOTSFORD LODGE, CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

MASONIC INSTALLATION. ABBOTSFORD LODGE, CAMDEN.   The brethren of this lodge assembled on Friday evening last at their excellent and well appointed Masonic Hall in Argyle Street, Camden. The simple, but good masonic furniture, together with the new jewels of office and the thorough decorum       of the brethern, added a charm to the proceedings, and it is indeed seldom that an installation cere-   mony is performed with such perfect accuracy and   feeling. The brethren who attended the ceremony will ever remember it, in fact — although the Abbotsford Lodge, No. 217 of the United Grand Lodge of New South Wales has only been constituted for twelve months — the work done by its members     has been substantial ; the continued harmony of the     brethren, will, it is certain, still make the lodge more worthy of its Grand Charter . The object of the meeting of...

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