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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

LOCAL NOTES ; ? Special attention is directed to the an I renouncement of Mr. C. T. Whiteman, Argyje - Street, Camden, who has recently purchased ? direct from the manufacturers in the old i k country, a magnificent assortment of choice ; Spring- Goods, which he inteuds to offer at ? the very lowest possible prices. ? Attention is directed to Messrs Inglis' sale of springing- cows and heifers which appear? in out business columns. The stock will be sold at their yards at the rear of Hennessy's Hotel on Tuesday next. , , ' We would also draw attention to Messrs J. Harris and Co 's alteration to their business announcement in this week's issue. ' ' The latest sensation for Camden is a man ?with, a beard some five feet in length. He is not a permanent resident, so he informs - „ 1 , us — or he most certainly would receive an j ? L x - r interview from our local tonsorial artists. 1 i ? ! A few .nice showers of rain fell in Camden ?(rip, and district on Tuesday last, but not sufiicent t...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Band of Hope Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 15 August 1895

Band of Hope Social. . In pursuant to announcement in this journal, a   tea and concert were held at the School of Arts last Thursday evening in connection with the Camden Band of Hope, when 84 members, mostly juveniles, were present, besides a good number of friends interested in the temperance cause. Early       in the evening, the young folks, through the thoughtfulness of the Supervising Committee, were entertained at an excellent spread, and the hearty way in which the good things were partaken of gave evidence of the keenness of Camden air for   appetites. In the evening, the young folks and their friends mustered strongly at the hall,when       the Rev. W. Wall presided. Proceedings were   opened by the hymn, "Wonderful words of life,"         and a few words of prayer by the Chairman. Mr.   Wall ...

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

Menangle. - JffEOK OT7B OWN OOEEEEPONDENT. ') The Philharmonic Society, inaugurated, here a short time back is making great progress, and Mr. Bosworth must be highly complimented on the manner in which he has brought' the company to such a state of efficiency. Your readers will be sorry to hear that Mr. Dunphy, a very old and much respected resident of Menangle has been suffering for some time past from a very sever illness, but doubtless should the weather get warmer Mr. Dunphy will again be seen about in his usual state of health. It has heen decided to hold a grand ball in the Menangle Hall on Tuesday, 3rd jSoptember, for the purpose of raising funds for reducing the debt on the new Roman Catholic Church. A strong and energetic committee has been formed to carry out all ' the arrangements and no effort will be spared to make it a success. Miss Rose Hickey has been appointed Hon Treasurer, ^ and Mr. P. Quirk, Secretary. We trust that the ladies and gentlemen of Camden -_f, will ke...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Menangle. [fEOM OTJE o wn COEBESPONDENT.'! , The. Menangle Amateur Dramatic Club gave a very successful performance at the Appin Hall on Tuesday the 13th instant, in aid of Mr. E, Tobin who has been in bad health for some considerable time. The pieces stayed were ' Checkmate,' 'The Steeple ciiase,' and ' Borrowed Plumes,' the acting in each was exceptienally good and called i tonh loud applause from the large audience. The leading roles were sustained by Messrs ljer«{iu, Finn, Kenniff and P. Quirk and Misses Rose Hickey, Payten, Veness, Jones i an i Iiuthnance all of whom played their, parts rapilally, especially the ladies. Be twnen the acts some first-class songs were ? rt-udered by Mrs, Speering and Messrs . Ovurd and J. Parker. At tbe conclusion of tim per form a'nce the hall was cleared and dancing was indulged in till the early hours i ot the mornintf. The visitors speak very i hiuhlv of the courtesy shown by the Appin n'snlentP. ~ i .vs-V'MHssr8-/H.' -Hickey and Bergin gavei ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

BUTTERICK'S paper patterns, and FASHION BOOKS. THE CHEAPEST AND TUB 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. ^RTHUR J. 'DO.tT ST, Property, Fire, Life, Finance and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Camden. VALUATIONS MADE Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap plication During my absence from town at any time, list of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store keeper, Camden. |p« V EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. let Prize at tie Sydney Showg 1885, ,N O T I C E . G- Y M N A S I tT M CLASS will be held at the Mounted Rifle Drill Hall, on TUESDAY NIGHTS, at 8 p m, com mencing on TUESDAY NEXT, the 13th INST. Any person wishing .'to join , can obtain all par ticulars on application to the undersigned. CORPORAL W. P. MAY, Argyle Street, Camden. ATHE SAFETY SIGNAL. jij A PROTECTION FROM ? I j , PAW . ' pd IT . NE...

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Gamdexf Municipal Counoil. The fortnightly meeting of the CouncJi was held On Wednesday evening. Alder man Noakeis (the Mayor) in the chair. The following Aldermen were preseut: — C. T. Whiteman, J.P.,- H. P. ReevHs', G. F. Furner, G. Cleveland, J. D .- Rankin, J ; i Frier and E-. G. Griffiths. The minutes of the last- meeting were1 read and confirmed. Various accounts were' passed for pay ment. A' letter was received' from Mr. A. J. O. Thompson r asking permission to affix a1 pump to the Camden bridge, in order that he may obtain a temporary supply of water for the refrigerating works, pending the decision of the- Council' as to a permanent water supply. Alderman Reeves said, that it should be' borne in mind, that the Camden bridge Was not the property of the Corporation, but; that of the Government. it was decided that the Council would^ : assist Mr/ Thompson in every way that lay in their power; in order that' he may obtain a supply of water from the river! , A com mittee was for...

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CAMDEN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

CAMDEN POLICE COUKT. The usual police proceedings was held' at the Court house on Saturday last. Mr, JohnLakeman, J.P., presided, Mr Charles Furner, Jr P.,. was also on the bench, Joseph Cranfield was charged with havin 0 cruelly illtreated a horse by keeping it with*-' out food or water for the space of nine hou ^ The defendant pleaded guilty. Fined 2/6 with costs of 7/6, which was paid. Mn'- 'William Mc Dermott of the Commer cial Hotelj Camden,: made application for the transfer of his license to Mrs.. A.. French ctf Leichhard, Sydney .. N?o objection having been raised, the bench at once granted the request, as well as* the license- for the billiard tables: At Nyngan; the pin of a riffe pierced the face' of a- selector named Minshin, between the nose and an eye, and he died after endowing great agony for several days, Have you tried the new : Laundry Soap, Red Csoss. It eayeslabour,; washes without rubbing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

For Snow-white Clothes use Red Cboss SOap. 6d and Is bard. All Storekeepers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every description delivered to any part of the district at cur-' rent prices. , Tongue- grooved lining and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left at Mill, or W. C, Furner, Camden. FRANK R.FURNER PLUMBER, TIN-PLATE & IRON WORKER, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. Tinware, Galvanized Iron, &c., kept in Stock. ? i. Tanks, Milk Cans,' &c., made to Order. Estimates given; for Plumbing,, Roofing, &c. A , TRIAL SOLI 0 I T E D Washing done in half the time by using E!ed Obohm Soap. 6d wd Is bars. All Storekeepers, 1 \ Good 'Judgment . is manifested in bjiving Good Boot-. GOOD BOOTS GIVE GOOD WEAR, and from no other class of Boots can you get the same satisfaction. No part of the clothing has to stand the same hiu-fj and eontinual wear as the Boots. Therefore 'soe yufo get them good. * Remember, in Boots, as in most other thingH tt pays to buy the best. ' -- Yoa can get them at A. STUCKEY'S B' ...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

LOCAL MOTES , On Thursday last 460 acres were selected at-. Picton lands office, the amount'' paid being £32 15a.. The Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club played the Camden Union Tennis Club on Friday last when the latter won by 33 games to 26. f~' The spinsters of the district gave a dance Saturday night in Camden,- and the' j reunion was very successful. _J The Commercial Hotel, Camden has changed management,- Mr. W. McDermott the ever obliging host, has transferred his license to Mrs. French of Leichha,rdt, ?who is ' most highly spoken of as an hotel proprietress; It is to be hoped that Mrs. French will meet with much success- in Her new venture.. Moreton -Park Races will; take place on i Saturday, 31st' instant £27 has been distri buted in prize money over six events i as follows: — Flying Handicap of £5, ft -furlongs; Hack Race of £2, 4 furlongs; Moreton Park Handicap-oil £1'0, 7 furlongs ; Hurry Scurry of £1, 4' -uvlongs; Picnic Handicap of' £5, 5 furlongs ;; Forced H andi cap of £'!...

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Banquet to The Hon. John Kidd. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Banq.uet to The Hon. John Kidd. A complimentary banquet was given to Mr. ? John Kidd, Postmaster-General in the Dibbs Ad ministration, at the Town Hall, Oampbelltown, on Saturday evening. The visitors included Sir George Dibbs, Mr. W. J. Lyne, M.L.A., Mr. Ei Barton, Mr. T. M. Slattery, and Messrs Waddell, Rose, Perry, and Ewing, Ms. L. A., Donald Man aon. and W. Martin. The chair was taken by the Mayor, Mr. Thomas Gamble, and there was a very ' large attendance of residents of the Camden district. Amongst others were the Hon. John Davies, M.L.O., the Rev D. Moore, Rev D: Burgess, the .. Rev Mr.' Haworth, and Rev J. Dunnand. : The following Camden residents, and residents ? : ^ of the immediate districts were noticed at the banquet. Messrs J Lake J.P., FW A Downes, J. P., W. Thomas of Wivenhoe, D. Nott, J.P., of. Narellan, Powell, D. Geary, F. Moore of i ? Badgelly, Mitchell, G. Mcintosh of Denbigh, i Alderman J. D. Rankin, F. Moore, A. L. Inglis, T. M.- Inglis, A. D. Little, F. Litt...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

, RELIGIOUS SERVICES^ Church of England ''?'Cobbitty— at 11 a.m., Rev GL H. AllnutfcV Narellan — at 3 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. Camden — at 11 a ni, Rev C.. J. King, (h c) ,, Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell ^ Westbrook — at 3 p.m, Rev CI J. King. ? Werombi— at 3 30 p m, Rev J. F. Russell : Menangle— at 7 p.m, Mr, A. J. O. Thompson* Theresa Park — at 11 a.m Rev' J. F, Russell Wesleyan. Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev W. Wall ? Camden — at 7 p,m, Mr. W. S mart ' Cawdor— at 2.30 p;m, Student Cawdor— at 7 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Glenmore— at 11am, Student , - Glenmore — at 63j p m, Rev W. Wall. Westbrook — at 6 30 p m, Student , ? ?'??'?'Picton-— at 3 pm, Mr. J. E. Moore ' - Campbelltown — at 3 p m^ Mr.- R. M. Meldrum' Menangle — at 3 p.m, Rev W. Wall Primitive. Camden — at 11 a m1, RevR. Mowbray Camden — at 7 p nr, Rev R. Mowbray Bob's Range— at 3 p m, Rev R. Mowbray' ' ? . .Theresa Park — at 3 p.m, Mr. BE. Doust Roman Catholic-' ? Oaks— Mass^— at 11 a.m ' Camden— Mass at 11 a.m. Evening der...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

washing Day made easy by using Red Cboss Soap 6d and la bars. BBIBBBWIiMMlI'MMTWIIWWm—il 1 H II 1 1 H—JM— ? QAMDEN FOOTB^L j OLUB. A General Meeting^of| thajjlbove Club will be held on FR 23rd instant, in the S(l^w bf#'rts, Camden. All members please noteJniS. 0'l A REWARD will be given op aon-, J- w viction of the pe^ion o^a^ons who burnt a number of^aili oxJptif land and stole and hid the scritb on J; Jones' land.# 'S0*W W J? ? b. P.JbAmm. LOST or strayed— A hound, or kangaroo dog (bla^j&nd iglrhite). Anyone detaining the dog jlcer fflis will be prosecuted. J^^te2wrth, Crown Hotel, Camden. 0' FOll SALE — Iii Camden* sis^MmedfCotfcatge. fruit trees, gardeh, &C* Chjfap .jf AmJ^'J, Franklin, Carpenter, Camden; f g THE MAM WHO WOULD NOTUSE ST JACOBS OIL. HE WOULD SOON GET WELL IT CONQUERS PAIN. Ebb Cross Soap. The finest Laundry Soap in *?**9 World* Gdand, Is tears. M Storekeepers* In the Supreme Court V of .Ne$- South Wales, - Probiite Jurisdiction.) , In . the master...

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RETURN OF THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

J3 ETSUEN OF T H A NE S, Mr. and Mrs, John Thomas McMinfi and family, of Cobbitty, desire to publicly ex press their heartfelt thanks to their many relations and friends who attended the funeral of their late departed dear son, Alexander McMian, who died on the 12th instant,, and for their expressions of sympathy. The memory of seeing so vast an assemblage- of friends at the funeral will ' never be forgotten Jbj^S & \ Our thank 8 is esMGpfl w dujjjrto the many .relations and frifdps*' wo Jgent letters of - condolence and s^patjfejr, jjfa lovely -flowers and wreJcW^FWj? 0$®* To Mr; Thomas Wasson,Jhe M.W.O R. of the Forester's Lod^e, andjlb the members of that Order, we also desflre to express our deep and beartful thanks for their attendance, ' and for their expression of sympathy for for their departed brother. To Mr. J. D. Rankin, of Camden, we desire to express our entire approval of the manner in which the whole of the funeral arrangements were perfected and exception-' '...

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Football Match. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Football Match , A football match waef played o'ri Saturday hf'evno'on, on the recently laid out ground, in Mr. Cranfield's paddock, Camden, be tween a metropolitan team — the Adelphi — ami the local team. The ground was a .jitt if. rutty in places*- otherwise in good playing order, .thinks to a good shower of , rain, which fell about an hour previous to the game being started A fair number of jjersons , witnessed the match considering the threatening aspect of, the, weather; fjChe! Camden men receive'd sufficient, en couragement to play up from the barracke'rs, who had taken up positions among the fcrowd along the line, and Sometimes encroached considerably over the line to the Annoyance and detriment of the players. The follow ill g players represented bompet ing teams: — Adelphi, G. Perie, full l)ack ; T. O'Donnell and M.. Gordon,- wing f-^i 0. Shauri, centre £ ; J. Quinlan and J. O'Donnell, halves ; 15. Bones and W, Olfihain, wing forwards; W.- O'Donfiell, Captain; .A; Klegg, W....

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Items of Interest. . Mr, Reid's financial statement Will pro bably be delivered in the Assembly on Tuesday next. The Government are con sidering the question of inserting the exemptions in the Land and Income Tax Assessment Bill in italics, thus leaving it to th& Assembly to fix the amounts* The Postmaster General is considering a scheme for the express delivery of letters at a uniform charge of 6d per half oz., within the Sydney boundary, and an additional charge for places beyond it* It is announced that Field-Marshal Lord Wolseley is to succeed the Duke of Cam* bridge as, Commander*-in-Chief of the Army, b'ut with limited powers. Mr. BruGe Smith, who while in Parlia ment refused to accept the allowance of £300 a year, has now applied to the Treasury for payment of the sum due to him amounting to a little over £800, To-day it costs one hundred and eighty* i seven million five hundred thousand pounds per annum to maintain the peace of Europe. The Home Government are enquiri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

x SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication miade by the Minister for Foreign Affairs* through the Con sul-General for, Italy at Melbpurnej 14th March* 1878. Awarded Diploma at , the Amsterdam Ex hibition. I*8 9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics „.Yu. oiiiversitie'8 all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of .simple distillation, forming crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils fnay not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract* whidhis recognised by the medical division bf the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the OotisuJ at Melbourne* 2nd March, 1878, we take-:— It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics . of the Universities at Bonn and G-reifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shiilz, Professor of Fhar iSacology at Bonn* and Professor Dr. Mosler, D, rector of the M...

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Rainfall at Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Rainfall at Cobbitty. The following shows the amount of rain ^????Xn;which:fell in this district during the present , year, made up to the 12th of August, The information is reliable as coming from our U own correspondent ; — J5 , in. pts. ' , January 11 45 l- February ... 4 51 March ... 79 I' { ' April ... 2 02 \ May ... 1 04 ' June ...' 20 ' July ... 2? V 12th of Atigost 44 \ Total 20 72 i'k'./ ? -?

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

Notes. I ^ Tfhose who had the pleasure of attending fi! the banquet to the Hon. J ohn Kidd, the late ^member for the district, tendered to him by ^His friends and supportersat Oampbelltown on Saturday last, must halve been highly ^delighted at the success of the meeting. The attendance was quite unprecedented in .- -the history of Oampbelltown, for no larger ;®'i'-banquet has ever been held there. Mr. fe;.:Kidd was most highly eulogised by one and ; all ; and as an acknowledgment of his many ^services rendered by him to the Camden sf: : electorate during the) many years he sat in fe^the Legislative Assembly ; the courtesy paid ^-;;him must be of a highly and most satisfactory s?; i! character, and a lasting testimonial, which if given in any other form, would not have mrb.een so {valuable to him ; to his immediate circle, or to his friends and well wishers. A ? great number of ladies graced the gathering . with their presence, and were accommodated v with chairs on the stage. Cheer ...

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POETRY. SABBATH MORNING. Born 1765. Died 1811. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 22 August 1895

POETRY. SABBATH MORNING. [BY JAMES GRAHAME,] Born 1765. Died 1811. Sfci JEow atill the morning of the hallowed day ! isj.Mute is the voice oi rural labour, hushed v^The plougboy's whistle, and the milkmaid's song. The. scythe lies glittering in the dewy wreath Of tedded grass, mingled with fading flowers, That yester-mortf bloomed waving in the breeze. ? Sounds the most faint attract the ear,— the hum Of early bee, the trickling of the dew, ? The distant bleating, midway up the hill. '?K Calmness sits throned on yon unmoving cloud. To him who wanders o'er the upland leas, i x Tha blackbird's note comes mellower from the dale; And sweeter from the sky the gladsome lark r - Warbles his heaven-tuned song ; the lulling brook v,. Murmurs more gently down the dee-worn glen ; :While from yon lowly roof, whose curling smoke ivivO'ermounts the mist, is heard, at intervals, x;* , The voice of psalms, the simple song of praise. ?f^ With .dove-like wiugs, Peace o'er yon village ; broods . f;«:T...

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