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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

? ? ? ? «... '?r.w- -ill'?... ? ? irm r.H.iii. ? ? . ? ? ? ... ??? . i ..L 'j ? ^^ri: ? ? ? , ... INSTOB YOTE ? ^py„ ? ?,* ; 1 flTOOK, ? *? ' -?- mw't /J : ' ' -1 ' , HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS . 1 La 3' Against loss by Fire, Gas Explosion, or Lightning, in the ( . - 2 B- r° ' ^ o' I I LIVERPOOL AND LONDON | I I : - AND GLOBE, ' , .'0 I s . » . I- ,'g- f ^ u The Greatest Fire and Life Assurance Company of the World. ' tj -? r © r*'' *1 _ ? ?. ... , g 8 . i i j ?, f x s -'*i * *. t | g NOTED FOR ITS LIBERALTTY AND PROMPTNESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. © P (3 ' . o I - - ' - ...i ' ' — ? ? „ tt L t3 , -t,n ?' ^ - , . „ i!« t - :&- |j ' , t, Losses Paid by this Company to 1893, £30,431,812 Sterling. ' ' | ' - Head Office for Australasia, 62 Pitt Street^ Sydney, i ? ? ^ 4r | ' Agents for Camden and District, SIDMAN & CAMPBELL, ' Camden News' Office. '[\ ?' -' Agent for Narellan, MR, DAVID NOTT. . .. ? ? .... . ___ .. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . '?fi*- t J- I710B COUGHS. GOLDS, BRONCHITIS, '...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Burragorang, [From' our Correspondent.] The weather we have experienced of late has been very windy, and exceedingly coldt Farmers have been delayed considerably with their ploughing through the continued dry weather, they being unable to sow. any green stuff. A day's rain would be a great blessing both for stook and crops. The supply of milk to the local factory is very limited at present, mainly owing to the scarcity of feed The news of the death of Mrs. Joseph Feld, of Upper burragorang, at the early age of twenty-eight yearp,- caused profound sorrow in the district on Monday evening last. Though the deceased lady had been ill for some little time, her illness did not appear serious enough to alarm her friends until about 4 a.m., when a mes senger was despatched for medical aid, but she expired before the doctor arrived Great sympathy is felt for Mr. Joseph Feld and his little ones in their bereavement. Mrs. Feld leaves five young children, the eldest being 8 years old. The decea...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

The new and popular Laundry Soap, Ask loir Red Cross. All Storekeepers. . .' . j, /- M. . I

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Narellan. [FECIT Otra OWN OOERESPONDENT. '] The suppliers to the Narellan creamery have received their cheques for the month of May, and the payments are considered very satisfactory. The pay has averaged 4d per gallon, and the only factory which has beaten this is Kangaloon, which paid a fraction over 4d. During the month of Mav the local. creamerV put through 6000 gallons of milk, and the average yield has been 1 lb of butter to 19! lbs of milk. This result compares favorably with the most favored factories or creameries the South Coast, and a word of praise is due to the capable manager, Mr T. W. Billett ' -' ''** Thus for the Narellan Creamery has been a success in every way and has been a boom to the farmers in the neighbour hood. The thanks of the suppliers are due to their willing and energetic committee but more especially to Mr. Nott, J.P., and Mr. Mitchell, for the very intelligent, and close supervision they have given this matter. In my last I made mention of the danger ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

K T H U R J. D O U S T, '* f Property, Fife, Lifei Finance and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENi*, . ; C A H PS Hi V . , VALUATIONS MADE O ! - .Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap ^plication . ' - - 'Daring my absence from town at any time, list of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store 1 keeper, Camden. . , Mp. E.- Y. Gfiowne, :\r SURGEON DENTIST. , , ' 'Visits CAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY, in each ^ MONTH, and may be consulted at Mr. Carroll's ' i Camden Inn, side epttkakck. ? ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on the latest ' scientific principals. TEETH stopped and extracted painlessly. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. r. ' V - - Sydney Address : 201 Masquarie Street, op te Parliament Hoose. J ohn Bridge & Co. - AUCTIONEERS, LITE STOCK SALESMEN - AI*D GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ^ 24:1 Sussex, Street, an,d at [j/ CIBCULAR QUAY & DARLING HARBOUR. ' \ Sales of Maize, Hay, Chaff, Potatoes, &o, &o, privately each day, or by auction when market war ants Live Slock on Tue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

L E G A L       MR. F. R. COWPER,   SOLICITOR, &C-,   19, (First Floor) Post Office Chambers, 114 Pitt Street, Sydney       Mr. M. M. D'ARCY-IRVINE, B.A.   Attorney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c , &c., will visit Camden every Tuesday, and may   be consulted at Rooms next to Mr. Noakes',   Camden.   Lands Work transacted. Land Boards and all other Courts attended where re-   tained. Address by letter or telegram, Macquarie Street, Liverpool. PUBLIC NOTICE.                 W. WASSON, General, Blacksmith and Farrier, Begs to inform the inhabitants of Camden and surrounding districts that he is now pre- pared to supply Tombstone Railings, either   Cast or wrought iron. Estimates and d...

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

LOCAL NOTES. The offices of the Roads and Bridges 'branch of the Department of Public Works, have been removed to Oxley street, Camp ' belltowh. Contractors and other interested parties will please note this. The new Roman Catholic Church at Menangle will be officially opened on Sun day next. ? , The 14th annual general meeting of the South . Coast and West Camden Co operative Company, Ltd., will take place at Kiama, on Friday, June 28th. The busi ness of the meeting will be to receive the ^ Directors' report and balance sheet, and to. ^ elect three Directors. lfc^__M!r. John Peate had the misfortune . .to I ^'^su^HmX^roken collar-bone in the football match on Saturday. . The w.onder is there were not a more broken bones, and broken heads besides. - There is a noble army of 'the lame and th£ halt' in town this week, and almost every second man you meet has a piece of his face shifted, or the lobe of his ear nearly bitten off. They: belong to the football club, it is needless to rema...

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Town Band Social. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Town Band Social. The local Town Band is holding a pleas- ant series of socials during the winter months. The second one of the series eventuated in the School of Arts on Thursday evening last, and proved an un- qualified success. The floor was in excel- lent condition, the music supplied by the Band was all that could be desired, and nothing was wanting to ensure the enjoy- ment of the large company of young people   who attended. Mr. J J. Curran acted as M.O., and fulfilled the duties of this respon- sible position to the entire satisfaction of everyone. Dancing was kept up till mid- night. During the evening extras were splendidly played by Miss H. Thurn, and Messrs Hopson and Derriman also obliged the company in the same direction. The following were amongst the ladies present : The Misses White (2), the Misses Thurn (3), the Misses Bruckhauser (2), the Misses Kenny (2), the Misses Porter (2), the Misses Monk (2), Mrs Powell, Mrs Peters, Mrs Bugden, Miss Rielly, Mis...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Dairy Company, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 20 June 1895

Camden Dairy Company, Ltd.       --------             A special general meeting of the above company was held in the School of Arts on Friday afternoon last, when there were present upwards of 40 shareholders. The chair was taken by Mr. H . P. Reeves. The   special business of the meeting was to con- sider the advisability or otherwise of a temporary reduction of interest from 8 per cent to 4 percent per annum.   Mr Reeves said they would remember that notice sent of a meeting to be held that; day ' kufc upon looking over the by-laws found that at least fourteen days' notice must be given, consequently the meeting was held this afternoon. He hoped to have seen a fuller attendance, as they had to deal with a very im portant matter in connection with Westbrook factory. The object of the meeting was to consider : what was to be done with referen...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Mt. Hunter, June 26th, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

' Mt. Hunter, June 26th, 1895. Dear Dorothy,— -Not far: from here ia a place called Donoghue's Cavesj because there the bushranger Donoghue used to hide. In the same ravine there are some . beautiful ferns. There is a cave there which we call the Honev-comb , Cave, be cause it has some rocks in it all marked like honey-comb. This cave is on top of another one. There are some wallabies up there. I have seen the place where Fred Cox was shoj:. He was out with a party hunting and he was mistaken for a wallaby. His niame and date is cut out in a rock. It is on the opposite side to the Honey-comb Cave. I have several pets. Last Saturday night j when my brothers came from work they I brought a little native bear. We call him i Simon. We feed him on gum leaves and milk. We have two dogs and three cats and also a little calf. I think I will now conclude. I remain, yours sincerely, Edith, age lO years.

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Burragorang, 24th June. 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Burragorangr, 24th June, 1895. Dear Dorothy,— -I read your letter in the Camden News and I am writing you a short letter this week. I am ten years old and I go ' to school every day. We have our holi days now, and it. is a good thing as it has been so cold in school lately. My mother is teaching me to play the orga% and I can practice well in the holidays. I have a Bang porrot and he spreads his wings out and waltzes to music. I can play a waltz for him myself on the organ. My sister is {going to write to you and says I must end .this letter at once or she will have nothing to tell you. I will write again soon. Iam yours truly, ' ?% ' ?May Carlon.

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Picton, June 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

CHILDREN'S COBHER. Pioton, June 24th. Dear Dorothy,. — -As I saw a short letter in the Camden News, I thought I would like to write one too. We have a very large Orchard of about 10 acres of summer fruit and orange trees. I am very interested in reading the Children's corner in the Town and Country Journal and the Camden News. I go to a Provisional School about a mile ! distant of mv residence. Mv father has been taking the Camden paper for a long while. I have four doves and one parrot, and my sister has three parrots. One of them can whistle a great many things. I like the patterns in the Children's Corner very much. Now I think I will bring this short letter to a close. I remain yours sincerely, Emily Dengate, age 12 years. ' t . Newfield, June 25th. 'Dear Dorothy,— When I saw your letter in, last week's paper I determined to try and write to you. I never wrote a letter before. We are now enjoying our mid winter holidays. My sister has gone to Kensington, and when she comes back ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

At one of the largest meetings of farmers ever held in the Singleton district, resolutions were carried affirming that the present con dition of the agricultural industry was largely due to the excessive rents charged by private i owners for farming land, and urging: upon i the government to resume suitable land and re-sell or lease it on easy terms to farmers. Washing done in half the time by using Red Cross Soap. 6d and Is bars. All Storekeepers* .

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S.John's, Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

; S. John's, Camden. We have been asked to publish the fol lowing information concerning tbe cemetery rules, &c., of S. John's Anglican Church : — I — Cemetery Changes. i a. Clergyman's fee 6s, b. Sexton 10s. 1 t e, Ground per foot 5s, d. Care of grave 2a 6d. ' e. Fee for kerhing — purchased grave 10s per annum, unpurchased £1 . /. For perpetual care of grave £2 2s. II — No WOODWOIUE MAT BH ERECTED, And all stone and iron work must be kept in repair. III. — Alii epitaphs and i^recBiiTroira mTiiit oe endorsed by the incumbent before admis- j eion into the cemerery. , ' TV; — No one shall be permitted to weed or olean I up graves unless the ground haa been purchased, and then only under the direction of the Sextcn. V. — It shall be at the discretion of the Incumbent and Churchwardens — ( a ) To remove all decayed or unsightly railings, &c. (3) To lay unsafe headstones flat on the grave. (-?) To lerel unpurchased ground and graves, (d) To give or withhold permission i t...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

LOCAL MOTES- ? A series of meetings for needlework have been arranged to take place at -St. John's .parsonage every fourth Friday in the month., The first meeting will be held to-morrow (Friday), at 3 o'clock. , Through the representations of Mr. Kidd, m.p., a sum of money has been voted for, ,; the construction of a bridge over the ? v Nepean River at Blaxland's Crossing, . The town Band will hold another of ifcs 'r''r enjoyable socials in the School of Arts on Thursday evening, July, 4th. ;This w;i!L .. -make the third of the winter series arranged . by the committee.. ? \t Speaking at the Dairy-farmers' meeting ^ . held at Campbelltown the other day, Mr. , r Rudd stated that Is per gallon for milk was ,? only just sufficient to make cjairy farming ' , pay. ? - In our, report of the Camden Dairy \ Company's meeting, last week, we were in error in stating that Mr. Noble was in favor ? ? of reducing the rate of interest. Mr. Reeves held proxy votes on Mr. Noble's : , behalf, and we ...

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Camden Reserve Rifle Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden Reserve Bifle Company The monthly prize shooting of the Cam den Reserve Rifie Comp.any, for the Cowper trophy took place en Saturday last. 58 was the limit. Following are the scores : — Name ? 600 yds 600 yds; Hdo Tot.' R. G Hindea 30 33 acr 63' W. H. Rii 30 28 scr 68 J. Poolo 33 25 Bor 58 H.Farendon 33 22 6' 68 F. Poole . ,26 ; . 21 17 68 G. Furne?, ,. 32 -i 22 eor 64

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Death of Mr. Thomas Linn. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

. Death of Mr- Thomas Linn. A particularly sad death took place at the Carrington Hospital on Tuesday night, when Mr. Thomas Linn succumbed to the injuries he reoeived on the previous Thurs day night. The particulars of this accident are well known. It seems that deceased, in company with Mr. Thomas Dunbar, was returning from Camden to his home, at Werombi, on the night of the fatal accident. * ; Leaving town about 11 p.m., they had pro- V. ceeded as far as Mr. Hansen's residence, when from i some , cause the horse Mr. Linn was riding reared over with him. His companion, ..seeing , what happened, asked if he was hurt, when it is said, he replied that he was not, and Dunbar went after his horse. Returning some ? time after, he found the deceased still lying on the ground, . apparently badly injured. He was taken, indoors and cared for. Next day he was admitted to the Hospital. , Ho was attended by Drs. Bell and Morton, who preformed a delicate and imperative operation to the head, ; ...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

' Bqwipkk ' ? ? , Name No. balls. Maiden ov. ;Wh't3 Runs Avg ? A. Clissold 443 10 T~ 24 154 6.1 J. Bugden 270 ? 12 13 89' 6.11 ,W. Farquhar 759 ' 36 ;2'8 *? 261' 9.9 W. Hopson 458 '18 19 190 10' P. G.Harris 174 4 ' . 1 8 80 . 10 H.Moore 94 2*i ' , '4- ? 43 10.3t H.Farendon 402: r 9' [' 15' 230 16 ; Dr. Morton 26 ? 2 ' 3 6 1.2 i C.J.King 28 ? J 16 4 3.3 J, Dowle 60 S .. 1 30 30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

The new and popular Laundry Soap. Ask for Red Cross. All Storekeepers. ,, i \ , /' ^ 'W.

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Narellan Creamery Test Sheet. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Narellan Creamery, Test Sheet. The following te8is and prices per gallon are taken from the next pay sheet of the aboye creamery: — Name. - .Teat. Per Gallon. ?' ' d. W.Brown .. 4.40 .. 7 13-15 M. Thurn 3.90 ' .. 6 27-32 J. Gutherie . . , i' 3,80 .« 6 11-10 H. Grigg ' l3.60^ .. 6 5-16 A. E, Moore . ? )' '3, , ? ? 5 3-16 \ _ H. 'Hanger r . tl (i);.\'3.80 ,, . . ? 6 11-16 W.Moore . 2 5 16-16 ,T. Stidrman ^/?j--.--3.80 i . ? 6 11-16 H.Willrinson .. 41 , ?« 7 1-16 D.Nott ? „ 4,3.80., ... 6 11-16 J. Hayter -„/?3.80^ 6 11-16 J. MaJioney . ? » ^3.40 .. 5 15-16 T. Richardson «. -, - - 4.20 7 7-16 Smith Bros. .. 3.60 - .. 6 5-16 W. Buckle . .. ' '3*80 .. 6 11-16 Tim Scott 3.60 ... 6 5-16 F. Buttenshaw ... . 4.00 ?. . 7 1-16 J. Nethery .. 3.80 .« 6 11-16 The amount per gaHon as given above is the actual worth of the milk with butter selling1 at la 3£d per pound. v

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