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Camden Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

; Oamden Civilian Rifle: Club- v The following are the scores for Dr. Bell's and Mr. Oowper's trophies, and also for prizes presented by the club, shot for at the local rifle range on Saturday last : — Name. 500. yd?. 600 .yds. Tot. Hdo. .G-. Tot. Farendon ? 30 25 55 7 . 59 J. Poole 26 27 53 4 57 R. Hindes '?'??? 30 23 53 ecr. 53 F.Poole 16 16. 32 17 49 W. Buckle 21 - 16 37 10 47 E. Small '6 17 23 15 38 The handicap limit was 59. The next shoot will take place on Sep tember 7th, at 3 p.m. Averages for the Cowper trophy, six best shoots out of ten * Total. Average, R. Hindes 359 , 59.5-6 H. Farendon 349 58 1-6 J.Poole ' 343 57 1-G Gr. Furaer 329 54 5-6 F. Poole 321 53 3-6 W, E. Rix ' 317 52 5-6 R, Hindes wins by ten points,

Publication Title: Camden News
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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Camden, August 27th, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Camden, Xugust 27th, 1895. Dear little friends,— I am much disap pointed by not receiving a good batch of letters from my little friends, I really did think, that, my last letter would' have been the means of bringing me such a number. You know, your letters are much valued, and I know, much read by our elders. Several letters have reached me with only the christian names attached, you must really please send your surnames, not for publication, but as a matter of good faith. Yours faithfully, Dorothy. * Mount Hunter. Dear Dorothy. — Thank you very much for the crochet pattern that you put in the ' Camden News.' I think the Scollop Edging is very pretty and so does mother. I have worked it out in wool, mother said it would be easier than cotton at first for me. My elder sister is working such a pretty pattern but I -think it is rather difficult. I saw that two little girls had written to you twice, and this is my second letter. I like tatting very much, mother has ...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

the South coast and WESt oamden ^co-oPiSBAtxtE COMPANY'S itEPORT t BtTTTSfiR— Market rather quiet, Creamery, Is 3d to Is 3£d; factory, 14 d to Is 3d} Dairy, lid to 13d per lb . BACON — Fair request 4|d td 5d 5 Hams, quie^ 8d to lOd; Lard 3|dto 4d CHEESE — Gtood request 5d to 5^d HONEY— 2d to 3d PIGS — Bacon pigs soarde, aiive, 15s to 40s each. CALVES— Well grown dalves in request, 5s to 15s each ?* HIDES — Id to 3d per lb CALF SKiNS— 6d to IS 3d each FLOUR — £9 to £9 5s per ton MAIZE — Market very weak 2s 2d to 2s 4d CHAFE— Prime in fair request £4 5s to £4 15s BARLEY— 2s 5d-to2s 6d BRAN— 9^d to 9|d POLLARD- 9d to 9^-i ' GATS— Sfefed 2s 8d to 2s l6dj Feeds Ss 5 to 2s 8d . v; ONIONS — Firmer, £4 lbs to £5 0s per ton HAY — -Oaten, £5 5s to £5 10 3 3 Lucerne* scarce with good demand, M to £4 10s POTATOES— £3 Os to £3 5s POULTRY — Market well supplied, Fowls, is 6d to 2s 6d ; ducks* $b to 2s 9d j geese, 3s to 4s 0d per pair. Turkeys 3s 6d to 8b, per pair EGGS— Good sale, 7d SALT— Dairy,...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

PRODUCE! MARKETS 'WttiTiTAtii; Inglis & son's Rbpobt PRIME OATEN HAY— Per cwt, 4s 2d to 4 'J 6d 5 Medium and inferior, 3s 8d to 3s 9d PRIME O ATEN CHAEF— Per cwt, 4s to 4a 6d ; Medium and inferior, 2s 9d to 3s lOd . LUCERNE HAY — Per cwt, 3s to 4s Od STRAW— per cwt 2s Id to 2s 5d MAIZE— Per bushel, 2s Od to 2s 3d - WHEAT — Per bushel, 2s 6d to 2s 9d SUCKING PIGS— Each, 3s 3d to 6s Od S COCK TURKE Y'S— Per pairj 6s to 8s 3d ; Hens, ' 4s Od to 5s Gd GEESE— 3s 6d to 5s 3d DtfCKS — 3s 3d to 4s 2d per pair FOWLS — 2a 3dvtb 4s id per pair ... FACTORY BTJTTE it — Is 2£d to Is 3d perib ;' Dairy Butter, Is Od to Is Id per lb; Pastry Biitter, 8d to lOd EGGS — Dozen, ^cl to 8d BACON — Per lbj 4d to 4£d - C)HEESE-4|d to 5d. PORK— Carcase, 2d to 3|d

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

Narellan. [From1 our ConnESPOND'ENT.]. Narellan, like most other places, is feel ing the effects of the drought, severely. Water is getting very scarce. Should the droughfi continue much loilger, our chief industry,- the saw mills, will be compelled to close for want of water, it would then throw a great number of persons out of employ- I ment. i Matters municipal, are progressing faVovrably, : We bad a visit on luesday . last from Mr. Lewis and an assistant from the Local Government office, to make in quiries about the boundaries in connection with the proposed municipality. These gentlemen met Messrs Nott, Mitchell, Harrison, and others at Powell's Hotel, and discussed the various matters over. Mr. Lewis was asked as to whether there were any difficulties presenting themselves that would prevent the proclamation being is sued at once proclaiming ihe area as named in the petition into a Municipal District. Mr Lewis. said, that no difficulties had arisen, and that the matter would a...

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

Bob's Range'. : [From OUR CORRESPONDENT.} Some of the orchardists in the, Bob's Range' district complain of much mischief done by hares.- Owing to the scarcity of green grass and other succulent herbs, the hares have taken to nibbling the bark of apple and other fruit trees wherewith to satisfy the cravings of hunger. The pest, in order to get at fruit trees, will even ' jump over fences paled in to a 6ertain height.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

'Washing- Day inade eiey by usibg Rab Ciioss SoajJ Od and Is bars; BMBflMMriHIII'HUMWMPnOPflifaMBBMBCTIMIIWMIIWBISMiBMBIjJifclUm NEW four rdcJmed Cottage to let at with land attached; Apply Mr; Tameworm Elderslie, M g M WANTED— A respectable house work. Apply by letter or Jflerffimally to Mts. ? Wal&h, Camden tark, Menjpg®. W&mb t '|7tOUND — A purse contain^', moaj#; rue 1; can have earns by applying to am Eafrigerfttingf Works, Casnden, Jf MEMfiiJitS G-F THE NARELLAN CSlOEET CLUB are' requested to attend^^SMeting^at Powell's Hotel j^^ellaffl, oii^fF TUESDAY, [ Wfw. BtfCKLfi, ML on. Sec., pro. tem. i GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. Q R O W N LAN D SALE. Department bf Laiids, Sydney, 17th. August, 1^9^. At the Land Office, PICTON; tin Saturday,- the 14th September next, at 2 o'clock, p.m., the follow ing will be offered at auction, viz. : — 32 County Lots, being Nos. 274 to 278, 280 to 28?, 289, 29.0, 291. and 310, Psh Couridjah (and situated; about - half a mile westerly f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

A y^BBOTSFOgU LOD'G E- No. 217, ?will hold their ANNUAL BALL TO-MORROW, (fEIDAt,) AT DRILL HALL, OAMDEN. Tickets may be obtained from any of the Com mittee\ v '.t W. J. CRANFIELD, Hon. Seo, ? , ? ,f' ; i 'v ? ? ? ? » t. ? /?. , ? v , j - i

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Band Social [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

Sand Social The fifth Band Social was held1 On Thursday evening in the Bifle Drill Hall, and was just as successful as any of -the previous meetings.' ihe proceedings open ed with a Waltz to about 30 ladies and gentlemen.- The attendance greatly in creased during ihe evening.- The bandsmen at times wetf'e welcomeiy relieved of their duties by the erer obliging young ladies and gentlemen, who have, as on previous occasions, gratuitously played extra dances. The success of these socials is largely due to the energy and business tact always dis played by the secretary, Mr. James Cilrran, who also acted iri the capacity of M. C. with every satisfaction.- It is the intention we fmderstand, of the band to terminate the' season with a ball/ which there is no doubt,, will be as successful and enjoyable as ihese very popular monthly socials.

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DEATH OF. MR. W. H. PALING. THE PHILANTHROPIST. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

J DEATH OF MS. W. H- PALING. THE PHILANTHROPIST. Y'1- ? ^ Every person in Camden, without a single exception, will read with the deepest regre ?and sorrow, of the death of the late Mr. W« / H. Paling, the well-known citizen aud * philanthropist, and principal of the firm ?of Messrs W. H. Paling and Co., who died at his residence, Stanmore, somewhat y suddenly on Tuesday night last. Mr. Paling, ,who was 70 years of age, had been ailing for some time; on Tuesday evening about / 10 o clock, the deceased gentleman became seriously ill,, and despite the attentions of Dr. M'Allister, died shortly afterwards. The cause of death was heart disease. His death will be very sincerely regretted by all ?classes of the community, especially in the Oamden district, for he was known widely for the munificence ot hio charity. He was $) -rn at Rottewlam, Holland, in 1815, and was a son of a distinguished musician. JEarly in life he adopted music as a pro fession, and studied the violin under the famou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

OAMDEN A. H. & I. SOCIETY. the annual Stallion, P&radeK ' .in connection with the above Will be, , held on the ? ;? SHOW GROUND, ON 1 /f Tuesday, Sept. Id, 1895. ^ Fee for admission of Stallions Member# free, non members, 5s each. 11 Intending exhibitors are requested ' I c'ommunicate with the Secretary as early as' :- -;^ possible, and give particulars of horse,' .-? -m:®* pedigree, &c. , W. J. CRANFTELD, Sec. Camden1 A. H. and I. Society. i ? : ? p IT B L I C NOTIC'E W. 'WA'Ssb'N,- , General Blacksmith and Fah'rier, ^ , / Begs to inform the inhabitants of Camdefr ' and surrounding districts that he is now pie- , '' pared to supply Tomb bione Railings, either - ' cast or wrought iion. Es'timafces and designs1 will be given on application to him. * jy£R. M. M. D'ARCY-IRVINE, B.A^ Attorney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c , will visiti Camden every Tuesday, and majP ( be consulted' at Rooms next to Mr. Noakes', 1 \ Camden.- * ' - - £ Lands Wort transacted L...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

-. BHtTES, MAERIAGES, HEATHS ' - . ,? Memoriam and Return of Thanks Notices, TWO SHILLINGS EACH.     Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra. BIRTH     WHEELER — July 20th, at her residence.     Tenterfield, the wife of H. A. Wheeler of a daughter.    

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Mrs. Crabbe at Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 29 August 1895

Mrs. Crabbe at Coolgardie. The friends of Mrs Crabbe will be pleased to hear that after a very pleasant voyage,   she and her three children have arrived safely at Coolgardie. They had a fine   time on board with amusements, but were delayed two days on arrival at Freemantle, owing to its being too rough to go along- side the jetty— they reached Southern Cross   by rail ; thence by coach to Coolgardie—   the coach fare was £10!!, and three shillings each for meals and beds. She had been three weeks there at the time of writing, and had time to look about her; she writes very favourably of the place, the     only drawbacks being high winds and terrible clouds of dust. She finds the climate exactly suited to her, and has gained in health and strength by the trip. Coolgardie has all the signs of progress,     fine shops, in which everything is to be had that money can buy, plenty of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

r 'Washing Day made easy by using 5®® Gbobb * JSoap 6d and Jg bar/». f * '

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Tuesday's Cyclone. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

Tuesday's Cyclone. Tuesday of this week may be considered one of the most terrible days experienced in Camden and district. Hour after hour the wind raged and stormed, bringing with it vast volumes of dust and sand, which com pletely swept Argyle Street from end to end. It was indeed one of the worst storms experienced for years. Ihe winds from the west, with a point southerly, was laden with heat from the burning bush, which has for some days past been ranging on the mountain slopes and the coastal ranges. At times during the height of the storm, it was impossible to see across the streets in Camden. Not a cloud was to be seen but the wind howled and shrieked for the spaoe of near three hours. The storm commenced in Camden at nine and lasted until past mid-day. ' A little rain fell towards the end of the cjrclone, but of very little moment. \

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

EELiaiOUS SERVICES Charoli of England. Cobbitty — at 11 »«m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. Narellan- — at 3 p.m., Rev G..H. Allnutt. j : . . i Camden— at 11 a m, Rev Coles Child. (H.C-) ' ' : .Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rey, Coles Child ; v Menaugle— at3 p.m, Rev. Ooles Ohild v Westbrook — at 7 p.m, Mr. G. M. Onslow ! ;v ; i, Werombi— at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell * Theresa Park— at 3 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell ~ v . t Wesleyan. ''Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev W. Wall - T ' ' Camden— at 7 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor ? v ; Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. H. Doust ^ Cawdor — at 7 p.m - ? Glenmore— at 11a m, Mr. J. E. Moor® ' Glenmore— at 6 30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Westbrook— at 2 30 p.m, Mr. H. S. Clifton , : Picton— at 3 p.m, Rev W. Wall Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. R. Procter Primitive. : i -Camden— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray ? / ' ( 'Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev R. Miowbray 'Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray - Soman Gatbolio* Camden — Mass at 11 a.m. Evening devotions at 7.30. Oaks— Mass at 9 Burragorang — Mass at 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

i n i n' Tr i Yi iT' if *' ~ ? r ? 0OTTAGE TO LET AT NARELLA&. . A si*-roomed Cottage^ Apply fi. CROSS, Nar rellan, or D. Dousfc, Camden. ONE Pdand Reward.— Stolen or strayed from Oakdale, one yellow bay mare, black pofints ; black mark down back, scar on off hotfk. Branded I) over M, near shoulder.. , Apply to. R. Rifcton, ot James Bensley, The Oaks. £~2~ ' ^ ® w Ar n , Stolen, a Mack policy Aldorne^p^^Knde'^A. had a loose udder, with thtf side} will calve in about threejponfl&^^&pply C, AXAM, Mount Gfilead. 0 AMfiEN crick Bl C L U B ]? , The Annual Meeting of the dm wfft W held in the School of Arts, on &v\ If WEDNESDAY, 11th SEPT^^rfr arfrgfr p.m. Business important/ J, G. HARipS, 'Eton. See. p I u O ,N ^51 A T C S, A tlgeon Mat-j wUllbe held id MR/ D« DUNBAR'S PadAj», wjtombi, on SATU'F©AYjl4jjf si^TEMBKKr Commencing a#2 o'clock, sharp. GOYERNMSi^T NOTICES, Roads Office, Campbelltown, 3rd ' Septenroer, 1895. . TS1NDER3 addressed to thd Clefk fffPe...

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Campbelltown. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

Campbelltown. [FbOM OUR 0'WN CORRESPONDENT.] We do not seem to be as badly off in this district as our neighbors from the effects of forest fires, but the prevalence of smoke, and a haze worthy of December or January shows that at no great distance the destruc tive element is raging at will, perhaps our chief source of security is that our farmers have no grass to burn. The movement to establish a creamery here hangs somewhat, for the simple reason that if rain does not come shortly there will not only be no surplus milk, but very few necessary cows. Our dairymen have been hand feeding their cows through the winter in the hope that present losses- might be recouped in summer, but if the summer brings no relief the cows must starve, as present prices for milk will not pay for pur chased feed. The outlook is consequently very gloomy. We have a very irritating kind of larrikin ism here, who have been at some of their paltry tricks again. The latest escapade was to load up the tennis co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

-v ? v.' ? t- — ; ? ? ? — ; — : — ; ? ; ? ; ? : ? * ? ST JACOBS OIL . HE WOULD SOON CEJ WELL IF HE DID. - IT CONQUERS PAIN. _ ? . ? L ? ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ? ? jgANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ^Established 1817. j , ? ? .' 0 d Authorised Capital ; jfi3,000,-j00 . 0 0 Paid-up Capital 1,837,300 0 0 Reserve Fund 1,158,072 2 0 Interest allowed- on Fixed Peposits. Advances made against approved securities, and all usual ? ' banking business transacted. J, a HARRIS, Manager Camden Branch. fJAHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COY., OF sydney; limited. \ . -I ? ? 'V' ' ? 'Capital paid-up £900,000 (Capital oallcd-up £100,000 ? — 2.:' £1,000,000 Reserve Fund £l,0l0j000 Reserve Liability ; £1,000,000 - / £3; 010,000 . s- CAMDEN BRANCH, New money will' be taken on Fixed Deposit on the following terms : — Deposits of sis months duration, 2 per cent, pa. ? „ twelve „ ^ »3„ ? 3£ ,, ? Advances made against approved securities, and ? all usual Banking business transacted; ? W- M. HUGHES, Acting Manager. -x- — — ? — ; : -1 S...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

Narellan. . [From our own Correspondent.] Mr. Max Zglinicki, junr., who has for some time past carried on the business of saddler and harness manufacturer at this township with much success, has decided, in conjunction with Mr. W. Ferguson, his partner, to. widen their sphere of operations, and will in. future carry on business in Sydney; their place of business will be at 10/ ousbox street, we wish these pro gressive tradesmen all the success they so well .merit and deserve. Mr. Zglinicki carries with him the good wishes of the Narellan folks. ' The monthly meeting of the Band of Hope, whioh was held on Friday evening last, was very largely attended, and Che programme — a large one— was judging from the applause, much appreciated. . ' The Cricket meeting which was to have been held at Powell's Hotel, oh Tuesday evening last, fell through on account of the pausity of attendance; prior engagements preventing several from being present. The meeting, I understand, is to called for Satu...

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