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

NEW four roomed Cottage to let at Elderslie with land attached . Apply Mr, Patterson Elderslie, 7 ^ I

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

Good Judgment ia manifested in buying Good Boots. 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 tho same hard and continual wear as the Boots. Therefore see you get them good. Remember, in Boots, ab in most other things it pays ib bny the best; Yoa can get them at A. STUCKEY'S BOOT and SHOE DEPOT, CAMDEN. JjJ G. G R I P F I T H S, 9 B UTCHER, . AbOYLE SUBLET, CAMDEN', Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair and every kind -of produce at 'highest prices* for cash. ? ? ? ? QAMDEN jyrONUMENTAL ^yORKS Argyle Street, Camden. 6. W. CL&VEtLAND, (Late H. L. Davis) MONUMENTAL AND GENERAL MASON,' Monuments in Marble, Granite, or Freefcsone. Over 200 different designs to seleot from. Cast and Wrought Iron Tomb Railings. BNAH EIiLBI) FBBBSTONB A SPECIALITY Igg9' Old Stones renovated and inscriptions out ?^JTUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE. Good Second-hand Piano, price £20. Firat-olass old It...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

Aaotto o&ae of ''didn't' know ; it was loaded ''Yds, that is so/ k said Mr» Robert Grant, of Sydenham) New Zealand. I never dreamed that my system was loaded with utio acid until tortured 'With muscular rtieumatieni. I caught a severe cold, Which culminated in rheumatism in the feetfand legs, land from this time I was subject to frequpnt attacks of rheumatism, whioh Were so bad as jjSrla jwoe up, and as all the medicines and aa^lica|^n^failed to Relieve or cure me, I had abode refligfMwmyself to perpetual lameness and pah# Bui^ I finally tried Warners safe $Rire aad Epg^pffi a*ew Weeks the swelling and pain les»ned.^w%eiM^raad taken seven bottles the pain hdjFentira^fefcf^and I enjoyed £ood health ever jffllnce. I can highly recommend Warner's Safe jpire to anyone suffering from rheumatism/* 0 It is Unwise to Walt for such serious developments, but as soon as you notice the. slightest deviation from good health, have recourse to Warner's Safe Cure, which will soon drive this...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. Golden Fleece, Manufactured only by the Australian Soap and' Candle Works, Camperdown, near Sydney. PURE AND PERFUMED. 41b BAR Is. ?The Australian Soap Company commends fhie brand. Possessing all the ingredients for .Washing Bleaching, and Perfuming, without injuring the texture of Clothing sent to the Laundry, Each bar about 41ba. Price Is/ One trial will prove its value; Sold by all large Storekeepers. -?0 — . — — — — © -? ! Ors-i4 ! r 1 A i\ vUl I lBiraHi.pl VTBADE^MARK/ ff ? - What is it? . THE BEST LAU&DRY SOAP ' J IN THE WORLD. IT WASHES U WITHOUT RULING AND MAKES THE CLOTHES SNOW WHITE. Ask your Storekeeper for* — RED CROSS SOAPs Sold in 6d. and Is. JBars- ???? ''' ''also--' ? -? v I' _ . Sold in, Is. Tins. . , ! t Forihei Stable arid farm It is the beV-t Leather Preservative. A i,' Lubricant for light Axles. It cures .preasy ' i Heels, Contracted Hoof*. Affected Proas, all Wounds, Screv Girth Galls, and promotes ? .. - the growth of the Hair. It is ...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 September 1895

LOCAL NOTES The Oaks is the correct way of naming this district, not simply "Oaks " only. A large snake measuring over five feet long was killed in Mount Hunter a short time since by Mr. Billett. A very severe frost was experienced on Friday morning last, especially in the Mount Hunter and Cawdor districts. Attention is directed to a note in our last issue in the matter of obtaining Electoral Rights, application should at once be made to the registrar (Mr. Zglinicki) in Camden. We learn with pleasure that Mr. Malcolm McNiveu of Mount Hunter, has somewhat recovered from a very severe attack of influenza. Mr. McNiven has been con fined to his house for some time past. Since our last issue, we have received the pleasing information that Mr. William Inglis is on the mend. He had a very bad time with his illness, but we hope shortly to see him getting about again. Sickness still unfortunately exists in our midst, especially amongst the. young children of the district, but it is very grat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

PIGEON MATfCH at untif Saturday fortnight. / / SEND for A. J. Douat. Calmden, Jjo^iHiaure your houses and furnitures * / LII'E POLICIES BOUGHT'. -^-py A. J. . Douat, House, Land, Fire, IMw General Commission Agent, Cauiden. / FOR SALE— Art Union Tickets, »Saum)emoa' stratkm. First prize1, £600. Xjielurcs Is. A. Mc'Nevia, Carn'den. Jf g ELECT T EA AND^SOCI AL will be hefd in the' ONSLOW ASSEMBLY HM.L, / on fif/ g WEDNESDAY, O C T O BE R/2n(L/l:89£ in aid of / /a t , R. 0. PRESBYTERY FUNff/C2MESgy Tickets, 2a 6d each, J Tea 6 .30. . Dancing- a g G. G R I P F I T H S, BUTCHER, Abgylb Stylet, Cahds$, Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skin's1, horse' hair' and every kind of produce at highest prices for SOUND CHAFI? BAGS purchased to any' quantity. TO LET — Near Bringelly, the properties East wood and Perkham, 918v«egres gopd grazing' land, with cottage reaidence am othaf buildings. At the [very low rent, in ordfpljoo rapt the times,' of £60 a year (less than J ner Mr. Jos Mylea of Shel...

Publication Title: Camden News
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TREE STUMPS [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Tree Stumps The following is . an excellent way of getting rid of tree stumps: — 'All that is necessary is to have one or more sheets of iron chimneys, some four or five feet high. Set fire to the stump and place the chimney over it, so as to give the requisite draught at tne bottom ; it will draw like a stove. Stumps will soon be consumed with several such chimneys of different sizes. The removal of stumps may be accomplished at merely nominal labour and expense.' To kill lice on hogs try a thorough wash ing with soft soap. Put on plenty of soap and rub it in well as the lice burrow under the scales or scurf which they help to make. Two days after tbe hog has been washed rub it all over with grease well mixed with salt. This will heal up the cracks and sores made by the lice, and rubbing- carbolic acid diluted at the rate of one drop to ten of water, or one ounce to ten of water will make a wash which will rid the hog of vermin. I prefer the soft soap. The application may have to b...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Agricultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

- Agricultural Items. J l^he wool market in London is very firm, and sales are said to have been effected* at fully 20 per cent, above the prices bid at the last sales. This is one of the most satisfactory items that we have noted for sometime Dasfc. It is hich r.imfi wnnl growers hud a chance for the better, and it islo be hoped that, the increase in wool will be maintained during the present wool sales iv London . ' It is said that a Hawkesbury dairy far mer milked five cows till he received only half a pint per day from the lot, and all the while he was obliged to purchase two tins of condensed milk per week to feed 'the 'child/' Windsor Gazette . We are indebted to Mr. S. H. Woodhouse, M.B.A.A., Meteorological Observer, of Hill crest, Campbelltown, for the following rain fall observations taken by him. - Month. No. days. Largest fall Total January ... 16 ... $.10 , ... 9 93 February ... 3 ... . 1.50- ... 2^0 March ... -5 ... 0.25 ... 0.87 April ... 5 *.. 0.10 ... 0.36 May ... 5 ...

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From a Traveller's Note Book. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

From a Traveller's Note Book. |[By J. B„ CaRLON, BURRAQORANa. 1 The Kallatina steamer, — which plys between Sydney and Grafton, under the management of Captain McGee. On August 28th this magnificent steamer left Grafton with about 30 eabin passengers and 18 in the steerage; i inquired of the . Captain, what might be the tonage weight, and in reply, he said that, she was only -quarter loaded,, that she only had about 645 tons of the following items: — 30 bags of maize, 100 bags of sugar, 160 pigs, 50 bags of potatoes, 180 cases of eggs, 8 casks of mollassee, 170 casks of tallow, 31 coops of fowls, 16fi0 hides, 46 cases of leather, 1135 pieees of cedar containing 90,012 feet; Si ^ bags of melons, 6 btge sundries, 11 horses of Mr. R. G. Dea from Lopexy station to Sydney for . America. After leaving the Clarence Heads she travelled at the rate of 10 to 13^knots per hour, and landed ia Sydney at 7 p.m. on the 29th. I would advise any one who may have business in Grafton or Newcastle, to ...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER Mt Hunter, September, 3rd 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER Mt Hunter, September. 3rd 18951 Dear Dorothy : — I am now going to write you a letter. We are having a great deal of dry weather. I have only got one pet, that is my pussy cat, but my grandma has three dear little goslings they would grow oetter if there was some green grass for them. I hop® you will have room for my letter in your paper . From your little friend, Minnie Myrtle Billett, aged 8 years. Westbrook, September, 3rd 1895. Dear Dorothy I am now going to write y.ou my third letter, as I see by the paper there is not any little girls written to you three times, so I thought I would try and write Again. We want rain very much. . Dear Dorothy I thank you for the crochet pattern you published in the paper; and my ma likes the little girls dresses very mueh. 1 have not any pets to tell you about. Hoping there will be room in your . paper for my letter. I am, your little friend. Edith.18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

^ PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL ; ? will be held in ? MOUNTED RIFLE DRILL HALL, on I THURSDAY EVENING-, . ' . %? * 19th INSTANT, '?/ ? Proceeds will be devoted towards the purchase of . Uniform for the OAMDEN TOWN BAND, ^ Tickets-r-Double, 6s ^ Single, Gent,; 4s Jjadies 2s, J. J. CURRAN, Hon. Secretary, QOTTAGIJ TO LET AT , ' NAREI4LAN. ? A sisi-roomed Cottage. , Apply E. CROSS, Nar rellan, or D, Doust, Camden. . ,f, ? ONE Pound Reward.— Stolen or strayed from Qakdale, one yellow bay mare, black points ; black mark down back, scar on off hook,' Branded ti over M, near shoulder. Apply to R. Ditton, or James Bensley, The Oaks. NEW four roomed Cottage to let at Elderslie. with land attached. Apply Mr. Patterson Elderslie, ' 1 '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Farmer & Company, ?'v.. . - ? ? ???'?? . ?-'r---: ? t d n e y. aasiii The well-known Draper o^the'day* f u / ***** ' ' ° S // p ??? :.'.viK!v ARE ADVERTISING LAmEL^raEIR S PB I N G O/b ODS, And certain it is, it will pay anyone to send for ' J1 V P Samples, FROM their very extensive & Grand Stock. J D. R A N K I N, Carpenter, Timber Merchant, an Undertaken. jp W BENJAMIN, Boor Aim Shok-kaxbe, Abgyle St, Cahbbk, Begs to thank the public for their eordial support of the past 14 months, and trusts that by good workmanship and moderate prices he mil merit a continuance of their favours. ' Please bring jour repairs, and they will be neatly executed on the shortest notice. QHARLES EYLES, PRIZE SADDLE MAKER, Try one of his £3 10s Spring Seated Saddles with Hog Seat, and the best of material, and best Plated Tree Fittings ; his saddles are all over the distript ; bring your old saddles and he will make them equal to new at a trifling cost ; old saddles taken in ex change for...

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

District News- Iffenangle iFEOM OtJB OWN COBBHSPOMMCNr.'] The ball held in the Menangle 'Hall on Tuesday 3rd inst., in aid of the funds of the Roman Catholic Church was undoubtedly the largest and best attended ever held in this village or perhaps in the whole district, the conjmittee's invitation being responded to by over 200 guests who came from Appin, Camden,' Campbelltown, Sydney and the surrounding diatriots. The hall and supper 'ro»m were beautifully decorated with flowers and ferns by Misses Payten, M, and L. Jones and Carroll assisted by Messrs P. 'Quirk and P. Maher, and when seen in conjunction with the many and varied 'colours worn by the ladies presented a most 'charming and picturesque scene. It would ' be an almost impossible task to describe the ' toilets of the ladies so varied and many ^coloured were they, and in this case where 'everyone looked so nice I would not under ? (-take to particularize, although it may be -mentioned that: ;pink, pale blue and white - see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT ? Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by 4he Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con ' sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1'878. Awarded. Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1*R' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics Jmversities all over the Globe, i v There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils . may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extraot, wbieh 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 lake:-— It is proved by tests made by the -Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifs wald (Prussia) , and -©ported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

—THE— Camden N ews, (In which ia incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) Pt7MJ8llJIS- EVERY THURSDAY. - ,s ? — . - : 'Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate of. Camden, which is undoubtedly one of the 4 most important and prosperous centres- in Nevr » South Wales. The OAMDEN NEWS is the chief advertising medium, and for giving - publicity it has no equal whatever. J. - Snbacription, 2s per quarter ; or 8s per annum, paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if ? . credit be given. ' Single copies 2d. i New subscribers will bo received at any time, and charged only from the- date which they commence.. Subscribers can- discontinue their siitscription at any time by giving notice in writing to, the office and paying the amount that may be 1 due to the dateof discontinuance. ADVERTISING Advertisements are charged at the following rate per insertion : — 6d per line up to five lines ; one inch, 3s; every additional inch, 2s; with a reduction of one-fourth for 13 insertions, and of one...

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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

-?'' ' ;,Burragoraag.' ^!i«Si-ipFtt'OM. OUR OWN CORKESPONDENT.l Th9 prospects for the farmers and dairy ?:%fn»'en^iare.., beginning to . look very - serious indeed. Farmers are all busy preparing their land for the usual maize crop, but j there is no moisture in the ground to bring up .the seed. It is surprising how the \ dairymen supply the quantity of milk they . do. ? ' Stock in sreneral are in very low condition and .a great number are dying, It is * principally by cutting the river oak, that V , they are kept alive at all. : , A miraculous escape from a sudden death i. occnred toa selector W, Sutton who had ?? 'O'ccORinn to go for a horse that was at Mr, V v Fe'd's, it appears thar, when Sutton arrived there, Mr. Feld was busy beating out a bush fire, and he went and joined in, . and aftor some hard bashing, they managed — -to check it. Sutton then got the horse he ??went for, and started homewards, he had not ' gone but a short distance through some i ! burning tknber, when a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Any person qr persons foynd trespassing on Qrielton'Ept^tj) will bo prosecuted.' ' ' '

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Campbelltown. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

- CampbelitoWi^. PFeOM OUR OWN COBUESPONDBirr.1 The condition of the weather is the all exciting topic of the day, and o^r dairymen and, /|ar.mexs;^re.f{ist'. being reducecl to' des pair at the total failure of their crops and grass. Bush flres are making a clean sweep of any little dry feed thiat has been cdnserved by careful eraziers. and cattle are dvine: by scores on the erstwhile richest flats of the district. An old native of this ancient town has passed away, in the person of Miss Elizabeth Reddall, the youngest of the three benevolent ladies who have occupied the picturesque Glen .Alpine for so many years, she had fr tained the full round age of 78 years. It is like reading ancient history to kno.w that her father was the first Anglican parson here, some three quarters of a century ago. The win of champion Ted Corner,; and old Burragoranger, at the Sydney Harrier sports, was heard here with pleasure, and his cutting out the mile in 4 min. 34 sec. from scratch, was a very fai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

BUTIERICK'S paper patterns, and FASHION BOOKS. THE CIIEAPU8T AND THE BEST. All seama allowed, which ia a great guide to Amateur dressmakers. Illustrated catalogues, 4d post. Sole Ageut, BENNETT, 13 and 15 King Street. Sydney Arcade, Syduey. The Delineator, a journal of art and fashion, is 2« Od posted.

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Oobbitty» TFrom bur own Correspondent. T1 ?' v ; The main thoroughfare through this village is in a terrible state. The' roads, usually in such splendid condition, are now. torn' to pieces by the heavily 'laden wood drays, and it is a daily occurrence to see them set fast in the boles, one hole being half way to the axle deep. ' '? Bush fires are raging all round us, A part of Messrs Mcintosh's run is the nearest one here, and this has been alight for more than a fortnight. The: safety of one or two houses was feared during the strong gale on Tuesday and Wednesday nights,. Werombi district also appears to be on fire, and the smoke at times is almost as dense as a heavy fog. A big fire towards the south throws a brilliant reflection at night, and is ai beautiful spectacle, :? _ '? With profound regret, news reached here on M onday of the death of Mr, Samuel Gray, at one time an esteemed resident of this district. The d,eceiased gentleman was a school teacher at Bundanoon, and leaves ...

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