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Notes. Water Supply Question. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

Notes. Water Supply Question. Bearing on the various points already raised in. this newspaper on the very im portant subject, the following letter read at the last meeting of the Camden Council will be read by the general public with much interest. We offer no comment, it speaks for itself i — ' Gentlemen,— By the courtesy of Mr. Charles Bull, M.P., I am informed of the result of his interview with the .Presi dent of the Board (Water and Sewerage) in reference to your request for the reduction of the board's charge for the offtake of water from the cainai, to one penny per 1,000 gallons, which appears to me to be as follows: (1.) That no reduction will be made beyond that fixed. (2.) That the board is at present doubtful of its power to supply Camden with water, that town being outside its jurisdiction. (3.) That to re move this doubt it will be sought to pass an Act of Parliament giving the board power to extend its operations beyond the County of Cumberland, when there; would be n...

Publication Title: Camden News
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POETRY. Out o' The Fire [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

POETRY. Oat o' The Km. [By Will Carleton.1 Year of '71, children, middle of the fa.llt On one fearful night, children, we, wellnigh lost « our all. ^True, it wa'n'fe no great sum we had to lose that night, But when a little'B ail you've got, it come to a blessed sight. I was a tr»i?hty worker, in them 'ere difficult days, For work is a good iiveatment, and altnoat always pays : !But when ten years' hard labour went smokin' into ( the air, I doubted all o' the maxima, an' felt that it wasn't fair. Up from the Sast we had travelled, with all of our household wares, ? Where we had long been workin' a piece of land on shares } But how a fellow's to prosper without the rise of the laud. For just two-thirds of nothing I never could un derstand. XTp I from the East we had travelled, me and my folks alone, And quick we went to workin' h piece of land of our own ; Small was our backwoods quarters, and things looked mighty cheap ; But everything we put in there, we put In there to keep. - 80,...

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

District News. Menangle. [PBOK OUB OWN COEEKSPONDHNT.'J ? We are still using the river water for our daily requirements, which to say the best, is anything but what it should be, the condition of the river, from a sanitary point of view, is simply disgraceful. The river was not flushed on Sunday last as was generally expected. The annual meeting of the Menangle Amateur Dramatic Club was held in the .hall on Wednesday the 11th iristanct, Mr. A, . IV Onslow, one of the vice presidents in the chair. The Treasurer,. Mr. P. Quirk, made his report which showed that the finances of ' the club w*ere in. a. satisfactory condition, showing a balance in hand of about £6. The . following are the officers for the ensuing 12 ? months Patron, Capt. J. M. Onslow, President, _ J. Kidd Esq, Vice-President, ? Messrs A. F. Onslow, W. Comer and W. Cummins ? Treasurer, Mr. ' P. ; Quirk, Secretary, Mr. John Hiokey. Mr. P. Bergiri was re-elected stage manager, and Messrs. J. Quirk, P. Pinn, and Wi Pay.ten\...

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Supposed Wilful Destruction of Machinery at the Camden Tweed Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

/-Supposed Wilful Dwtruotion of Machinery at the Camden Tweed ' Mills. On Wednesday, of last week, the new proprietors of the Tweed Mills, Messrs Burne and Gale, it appears; intended start ' ing the machinery for the purpose of .examining the various machines to see that all was ready and in order, for starting the mills at an early date for active work. Steam war s-ot ud for that obiect. On examining ? - O A- ~ - * U ? # w one of the carding machines it was ais covered that several of the rings belonging to the machine, on the last cylinder, were found to be cut. These rings are made of leather, through which steel wires are run. After a thorough examination of the 'machine it was discovered that .three or four Of the rings were clean cut through, whilst others were partially damaged. Mr. 0. T. Whiteman, on being informed of the discovery of the machinery having been damaged, immediately placed the matter in the hands of the Oamden police. The carding machines are erected on the sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

gELECT TEA AND SOCIAL will be held in the ONSLOW ASSEMBLY HALL, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, 1895, in aid of R. C. PRESBYTERY FUND, CAMDEN.' ' Tickets, 2« 6d each. Tea 6.30. Dancing 8. Jg .... g7 G R I F~F~I T M B , BUTCHER', Akgylh Stblet, Camdex, Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair and every kind of produce at highest prices for cash. SOUND CHAFF BAGS purchased to any quantity. , M' - /.EUCALYPTI 'W LOZENGES. or tlie Voice, also for CoughB, Colds, Bad Breath, and all affections of the Throat and Chest. ' '

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SPORTS. Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

SPOETS. Lawn Tennis. Representatives of the, Xi'v&pool Lawn Tennis Club %j-dv£he Camden Lawn Tennis Club had .* friendly contest on the Agri clturail&ociety's ground last Saturday after noon when the visitors, as anticipated came off' conquerors. Dr. Morton, one of the selected men, was unable to play owing to being called away, and this proved disappointing to the Camden players. Despite the superiority of the visitors play; our men, at times, showed some splendid play, Mr. Hughes particularly, playing a brilliant game until the last set. Some of the play. during the contest, has nevar been equalled in Camden. Our representatives had very little practice together, but they did well under the cir cumstances. Mr. W. Harris kindly officiated as scorer and umpire. Scores as follows F. Barter and W. M. Hughes v. ' Goodman Brothers. 3-6 3^6 A. E. Devlin and G. Barter v. J. C. Crakauthorp and Long. 2-6 ' 4.6 F. Barter and W. M. Hughes v. Crekauthorp and Long. 5-6 2*6 A. E....

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Correspondence. Water Supply. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

. : * ^ ? ? ? y. ]. .Correspondence. Water Supply. (To tha Editor . ) 'It' Sir, — I' am sure yoa are entitled to' the , thnnks of the townspeople for the very able manner in which you have dealt with the question of the Water Supply for Camden ?, in several- issues of the Camden News. -.»;.? ? T 1 _ . ? . . t 11 . jlu your lass issue you statea .inav one -';- public are taking more interest than appears on the surface, though I feel sure suoh is the~ ),1 case, as a ratepayer I think that it is time - 'that someone outside of the Council should take this matter up and let our Aldermen , / know that it is the desire of the public to have this question decided by them one way i or the other. From what I can gather the 'Council are no more advanced in this matter than they were two mouths ago, to my mind l' it is an urgent requirement, and I ask, i' wonld they as business men show such a dilatory spirit as some of them have done on this question if they required water* Council meetings ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

gANDKR & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished jiatronage df His Majfesty the King of Italy, at! pet communibatidn made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs; through the Con sul -General for Italy at Melbourne; 14th Marbh, 1'878. Awarded Diploma, at ' the Amsterdam Ex hibition. iss' Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over the G-ldbe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the ? v inarket, products of simple distillation forming ferude redinoub oils. In order that these crude oils r ' teay not 'be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti i, Extract; which is recognised by the medidal division k bf the Prussian Government t6 be of perfectly pure brigin; a8 per information forwarded to ua through the Consul at Melbourne; 2nd March, 1878, we take : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics y of the Universities at Bonn and GreifsWald (Prussia) , Ts- and -sported by Dr; Shulz; Professor of Phar macology^ at Bonnj and Professor Di\ Moslfer, Direc...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

(To the Editor.) Sir, — Your able articles oa the water supply question, have met with universal 1 praise and admiration for your outspoken ? language in this matter, yet, I do not con-' ' sider, that, you emphathise the importance, : or, necessity of a public meeting of the* ^ratepayers to speak on this subject It in * all very well for we Aldermen to sit in Council and deliberate upon the various points raised, yet as an individual I must emphatically state that the Council, do not appear to me- to 'grip' the subject as they should. ? The water supply question isto me, of the very first importance, and I should be pleased to be one of the first to move in the matter, with the view of calling together a meeting of the ratepayers. There is a very old maxim that 'the man who pays piper has the right to choose the tune.' I shall be pleased to see any of my con stituents who are willing to help me in bringing to a successful issue this important question, affecting as it does, the well...

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[To the Editor] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

fTo the Editor'] ... Bear Sir, — In a previous issue, you did well to bring under the notice of the public the urgent necessity of a second bridge for : Camden over Macquarie Grove Crossing. Some time ago, I advocated the erection of a weir near this spot, and pointed out the im mense advantage this would prove to both town and district j and the local Council ? during tha Mayoralty of Alderman White man, took the matter upj going so far as to : get from Mr. Sharkey, C. E., the probable ? cost of a weir, which was then estimated at about £2000. Unfortunately, the Council did not proceed any further in the matter. . Hud our civic fathers boldly carried the matter out (the money could, with little - influence, have been obtained from Govern ment), the public would have had a nice sheet of deep water from Macquarie Grove Crossing for miles up the river, and residents from Cobbitty, Luddenham, Gieendale and -Bringellv, would have, had a crossing place where there woulcThave been an abse...

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Local Government Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

Looal Government Bill- | The Municipal Association of New South Wales, have issued the following circular to the Mayor and Aldermen of the Municipalities in New South Wales. 'It gathered from reports in -the Press that the Government intend tb introduce a Land Tax Bill before dealing with the long delayed question.' of Local Government. It is with a view of enlisting your valuable aid in representing to Parliament the injustice and pecuniary handicap that will be inflicted on all exist ing Boroughs and Municipalities by such'a proposal, that my Committee now addresses you. This Asso ciation has, over and over again, approached suc cessive Governments with a view of getting'a Local Government Act passed, but although, all its repre sentations have been favorably received the measura seems to-day to be as far off . as ever; and, if a Land Tax Bill is passed that does not exempt present municipalities, a great injustice will be done, and the death-blow will be given to-Local Government...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

Salt added to cooked fruit, ©Sp©,ci|iily in pies, increases the flavor. v . There is neither private undertaker- nor private pawnbroker in France, The muni cipalities bury the dead, and; lend money to the living — at very miuch less than ordinary tradesmen's rates. The man who openly declares he prefers a pipe to a wife generally gets both. Dr Barry, formerly primate of Australia, is 'now rector of St. James', Piccadilly, and canon of Windsor. The offices are worth £2,200 annually, with houses and other comforts. See that the lamp wicks are turned down after trimming, else the lamps will be covered with oil. Holdsworth, Macpherson and Coy ., Sydney, for J . Ploughs and, Agricultural Machinery. j:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

: Electoral Office, Camden, 2nd September, 1895. I HEREBY give public notice that a General List of persons claiming to be enrolled as . Electors of the Electorate of Camden, has been printed, and may be inspected at this office, at every Post Office and Court-house within Camden, Campbelltown, and Picton Divisions, without fee, at all reasonable hours' during the daytime until '/ihe day before holding the Revision Court. MAX ZGLINICKI, '- Electoral Registrar. J»I59. -j. . - 'w h i t-'b m . a n, - Argylk - Street, Castdett, BUILDERS' IRONMONGER, OIL AND CotdE MbEOHANT, PX.UMBEE, &0. . \ ? ' . ? ' ? . ? - ? ? ? All kinds of Builders' Material and General. ' ' Ironmongery in stock. ' ' . Galvanized Iron, Guttering, Ridge Capping, &c. Galvanized Iron Tanks, all sizes. ' Crockery, Glassware, &c., Window Glass, Wall Papers. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOE PlTJMBINQ WORK. QAMDEN J^JONUMENTAL ORKfe Argyle Street, Camden'. G. W. CL&V&LAND, (Latk H. L. Davis) v ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

NOTICE is hereby given that any accounts due j ,. by, or to the late Thomas Lfan- late of Werombi, are requested to at once notify the, same within fourteen days from the date hereof,' to the Solicitor of the Estate, Mr. F. Rv Cbwper, Camden . ? Signed WILLIAM LINN, Administrator to the Estate of the late Thomas Linn, deoeased . Camden, September 10, 1895, STRAYED from th^^^^^^^-W Sidmin, ' between Mount MuoMr aAd. Cawdor, a black mare branded with ailcraJ^JS^r EF conjoined. Kindly apply Camden JVS^rt^ger^ X-E WARD.— Strayed, from PicteiL. a djfrk bay Jl\i horse, with white blaze ^Jace^ Age 5 j years. Branded J.R.J combined/^ ( James Noakes, Camden, or Mc^J^iea « Oampbelltown, or at the ' Camden ^ws' Office ^ 'i A SHILLINGS REWARD.— ^£oST from the JLU Carrington Hospital, on the^Mth, ayffark bay or brown saddle horse brand^rJW over EE near shoulder. The above reward will b^paij3*pn ' delivery Of the same to PETE^SC§iMlP;^^N, ^ Carrington Hospital. f ONE Pound Reward.— Stolen o/stray...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

LIBRARY FOR EYE;RtONE ! SOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE Oj1 COST. Sunlight Soap i . OR Lifebuoy Soap ) WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DtJRlNG 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOK^ —as per list — oan: obtain them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd.,- 2'32 Clarence-street, Sydney, SfUN-~ LIGH^ or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to coter post age or oarriage. With'the wrappers or coupons enclose' full name and address — numbers of Wrappers and; thtf book or books fisquixedv- The top part of wrapper,, including' the line 'SUNLIGHT or' I/E&TBBUOY1 SOAP7! will b© aceepted.in lieu oi the* Whole' wrappers, \ Half-ciotfi 50 Sunlight 'V^r'ap^eisf 90 Sunlight Wrappers 135 Sunlight Wrapper# 180 Sunlight Wrappers and Paper Cardboard.- Covers. 1 Book oi\ - 2 Books; 5? Books of 4 Books'. ' St Books or 6 Books'. : 4 Books or 8 -Books.' . NOTE IMPORTANT. Clefgyni'eri, ScnootsCi^sters1 - and Sunday-8ohool Teachers may font* 44 Boole Clubs,' and by collecting ...

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CAN'T DODGE A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

CAN'T DODGE A COLD. Colds laugh at an umbrella, top ooats, or heavy boots ; . the '.chill and dampness of the foggy weather courses through even the heaviest clothing;. There is not a man, woman, or child, in Australia but what Occasionally has a cold. Youdo not always know how . you 'get it, but everyone knows that severe colds are the forerunner of .half the human ailments.. The feet set cold, the head hot. circular tion becomes unequal, the kidneys become irritated, the liver torpid, the bronchial tubes inflamed; or the excess .of uric aoid in the blood is arrested and the accumulation causes acute rheumatic pains! The first shiver j or sneeze, or ohilly sensation you feel procure a bottle of Warner's Safe Cure, the timely use of which will, save you from these menac- . ing .developments respiting from// a cold. It quickens their circulation, and the Mdnetffc cannot become inaotive under its use. yft eaaverfsihe liver, and the bile cannot aooumulajfe in/excessy It kills the germs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 September 1895

John Bridge & Co, AUCTIONEERS, LIVE STOCK: SALESMEN 1 , AN3- G-ENESAL COMMISSION AGENTS, u't' ' 24:1 Susses Street, and at /?^CIRCULAR QUAY & DARLING- HARBOUR. ' ' ( , Sales 6f Maize, Hay, Chaff, Potatoes, &c, &c,- privately each day, or by auction when Market war ants ? ; : ; 1 ? 1 Live Stock on Tuesdays, 'Wednesdays, and Fri days each1 week at the City Yards. _ * Results' posted on day of sale with market pros ? : pects. ' Account Sales renderd within t days or sooner required. Saga supplied afc lowest current rates', , . iqyrjrf:. THlOiyE^SO^r SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST : visits Camdejr 1st Saturday in each month, and i ( ^ i may be consulted at MR. JAMES NOAKES, ARGYLE ST., Sydney' Address : 139 Elizabeth Street, Etyde ????' , . Park. NL Y' OHOVNB) - SURGEON DENTIST, Vfeits OAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY* in each ? MONTH, and may be consulted at Mr, CarrolTe : - i Camden Inn, side entkance. ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on the latest ^scientific principal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 'special notice. Eire. Fire. Fire. MERCANTILE MUTUAL | INSURANCE COT., LTD. The Leading Mre Company in N.S.W. Head Office, 1 \ 120 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. * KELSO KING-, Seoretaiy. - / Capital and Reserve Fund, £333,000, with ? ' - power to increase to £1,000,000. £73,575 paid in cash bonuses during last 12 years. Risks accepted on all classes of property, includ ing houses, furniture, stocks, rents, fencing, &o. Policies oover all losses by bush fires and lightn ing, in adc|ifcion to the ordinary risk from fire. - For full particulars, &o., apply to W.H.NORMAN, District Agent, Picton,

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CHILDREN'S CORNER Dry Weather. IN NEED OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER. ? Dry Weather. IN NEED OF RAIN. [Written by E. A. Watson, Camden.'] No grass upon the mountain top, No grass upon the plain, The hungry oattlo perishing, And still no sound of rain ! Men' s heart grow faint and falling thein* And hope and prayer seem vain ; Men's riches too are leaving them, And still no found of rain J The heavens, above seem changcd to brasa, To flinty rock the plain, No water for the famished herds, And still no sound of rain i Some cry aloud to heaven's king, ' ! i I In deep and earnest strain, JSTo prayer to God, our fathers' God, Was eVer sent in vain ! ' ' How helpless man in that dread hour, ' How powerless and how vaini ' 1 The God that rules the universe, Can only send us rain. May arm, September 14, 1895. Dear Dorothy, — I now take the pleasure of writing you my second letter. It is very dry now, and the tanks are nenrly all«mpty. I go to school and also to -Sunday school. I have no pets now, but I had a little cat and we gave it away. ...

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Agricultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

; ? Agricultural Items. ?jft Washing with fresh buttermilk — a second {Kd'inae if necessary — is highly recommended as pis&ura death to lice on cattle. ps«-'c- / ____ U The Duke of Devonshire in opening a ss-Dairy Institute declared that technical ^education would alone save the ' British farmer. A Swede has invented'a radiator butter- : 7 imaking machine, which is creuitea with ? producing butter direct 'from milk in one ' ^ minute. , 1 tf. ? -? ^ ' * I {'?- iv, A good method of keeping «ggs is to pack I' f ( -either c-nd uj- in a tight ve-se), with perfectly -- dry road-dust, or finely sif led wood or coal; ?t, ashes,, and fltore in a cool dry room — not ; \ down a cellar, where they would gather', ' moisture, and become musty. Thus treated, | -they are after six , months ' equal in every jespect' to fresh laid eggs, i , f !It has long been a truism among observ ) ' ing farmers that it pays to sow the cheapest' seed. By this is meant that as soon as a t igrain gets below t...

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