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District News. Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

District Hews. Westbrobk TfROM A C0RBB8P0HDBNT.1 A few friends of the district spent two or three hours on Friday afternoon last in witnessing a friendly trial of speed of well known horses belonging to the farmers of the Mount Hunter district. There was a large attendance of onlookers who highly ap preciated the sport of the evening. The races, if such th«y may be termed, were con ducted in the proper and orthodox fashion, and were held in the ' paddocks of Mr. R. Bruce Campbell. - Mr. William Richards nntarl oo fltavfai* Ml*. T (IfAnfiAld ftlld Mr. ' D. McConnell were Judges, and Mr. Chas. r Kelloway, Referee. To the credit of these ? genlemen, it must be said, that, they fulfilled . ; .v-;xv their duties as complete exports in the art of ? 1 The Turf.' The principal race of the day was between Mr. C. Dawson's bay mare, . Little Greaper, (J. Bil.'ett, rider) and Mr. F. Shoemark's brown horse (J. Sidman, rider,) for £5 a side. The betting was 2 to 1 on Mr, Shoemark's horse. A capit...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

J^J-USICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE j . Gobd Second-hand Piano, price £20. First-olasa old Italian Violin, £50 ORGANS FROM £9 :9s, . CASH OR TIME PAYMENT. S. PROCTOR, Argyle Street Camden. v- 'v''' '? : ? ? s ? ? 1 Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every description delivered to any part of the district at cur rent prices. r ?/. h | Tongue-grooved lining, and flooring boards (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left I at Mill, pr W. *0. Earner, Camden. -

Publication Title: Camden News
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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Menangle. I FBOar OUR OWN COBBESPONDENT. 1 A meeting of the Menangle. Progress Association was held on Friday last in the Hall for the purpose of considering the reply received from the Railway Com ????. missioners with reference to an application ? ? made to them for the residents of this village to be allowed to draw their water supply from the railway tank. The price asked , by the Commissioners was half-a-crown a thousand gallons, consumers to bear the cost of laying pipes, and erecting standard ana meter. Only a few members of the -association were present, after a short I conversational discussion the meeting was j : . adjourned to allow of the secretary making ? . ? further enquiries as to cost, ways and means &or - xne meeting cfol^d ; witn. a vote of thanks to the chairman, Mr. j. Dunphy. A concert is to be held on the 4th October, in aid df the funds of the Menangle Philharmonic Society. This being the first concert of the newly formed society. Several local vocali...

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

BTJTTERICK'S PAPER PATTERNS, AND FASHION. BOOKS. TELE CHEAPEST AND THE BEST. All seams allowed, which is a great guide to amateur dressmakers. Illustrated catalogues, 4d post. ? Sold Agent, BENNETT, !L3 and 15 King Street, Sydney Arcade, Sydney. The Delineator, a journal of art and fashion, is 1b -.Od posted. Farmer & Company,'.! , Victoria House, ? ' : S YDUE — ? ? - The 'well-known Drapers of the -day,' -r];$ A' ARE ADVERTISING LARGELY THEIR ' ' SPEINfi OOODS, ' . ; ? ; ' '? - « , * , . . . , , '' And joertain it is, it will pay anyone to send for 1 ? W» % ! ' ' ? - ? * i Patterns and Samples, r: feom ; r ^ '??' v.,.;,:. ;-'? . . . *, ? . : , , their very extensive -& Grand Stock. ; - ? ? V ' ' . ? ' -wmi! J D. RANK I N, Carpenter, Timber. Merchant, an Undertaker W : : B E N J A M ?* N,. . Boot and Shoe-maker, Aegtle St, Oamden, Begs to thank the public for their cordial support of the past 14 months, and trusts ' that by good workmanship and moderate prices he wil...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

The Oaks. , . [froit our coebespondent.T Our worthy road superintendent Mr. H. D. ? Cox is looking after our roads here between ' The Oaks arid Picton, especially between rtTbe ''Oaks and the top ofloug gully. There 1 ' is now plenty of metal, and The Oaks public are very thankful, Mr. Alic, Dunk the con tractor has carried out the work * in a I thorough workmanlike manner. Mr. Cox has also further contracted .for 215;ya*ds of ma intaiance metal to be. used on the road' from Long Gully and Picton. Mr. A. Dunk's tender was accepted. Snow fell here and. at Bob's Range on Monday night. This is the first fall of snow ever known here-abouts. Cattle are suffer ing most terribly and many deaths occur doily.

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

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, 1 as ' per' commumcation. made!' by the Minister for, Foreign Affairs, through the Con- ; eul-General for Italy , at Melbourne, 14th March, i 1'878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Oliniqs universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the : market, products of simple distillation, forming; crude resinous oils. In order that, these crude oilB may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which, is recognised by the medical division ; of tlie Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at .Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we taker It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medica...

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Campbelltown. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Campbelltown [From ottr ovnr cobbespondemt.] ; The weather has been something after : that described by the American humorist — ' First it friz, and then it anew, ~ And then it thawed, and then it blew.' j For the first time within the mernory of the oldest inhabitant, we have had a snowfall. This phenomenon took. place on Sunday, and since then we have had frost and cold winds, but, the much-needed rain, holds off. We have had another swell function at the Town Hall, but owing to some rift in the social sphere the attendance was not quite up to what was anticipated. Many residents of the district have visited the proposed Harbor 'Works at Illawarra, but to their great disappoint ment, there has been no work started, al though each week has seen announcements that large a number of men would be em ployed. It seems a cruel thing for working men, scores of whom have spent their last sixpence, to be told that the work advertised has been postponed for a week or fortnight just as it sui...

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An Antidote for Snake Bite. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

An Antidote for Snake-Bite. ? Professor Fraser, of Edinburgh, has just given the result of bis experimentson snake poison, After years of labour he has dis covered a genuine antidote, which he calls antivenine. He has been collecting snake poison from India, Africa, America, and Australia; and accumulated enough to begin his systematic experiments on the lower animals. He has it in a dried and powdered form. It is pecular- looking stuff, something like brown sugar, but not so sticky. The hrst discovery iroin his careful experiments was that there is a great ' toleration' for snake poison. Having ascertained the minimum dose required to cause the death of an animal, by starting below that amount and gradually increasing his dose. One of the animals which he treated in this way had received enough poison to kill 370 fresh animals of an equal size and weight, suppos ing that each just got the, minimum lethal dose. This is a - very good example of 'toleration,' In his next series of ex ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Narellan. [From our own Correspondent.! The drought has now reached a very acute stage-so far as ? this district is con cerned. Water for stock has been very scarce for some time past, but, now it is short even for human consumption as well as for animal life. The sawmills supply has given out, our enterprising townsman Mr. D, Nott has been compelled to get extra piping, and shift from one water hole to another until quite a quarter of a mile of piping is now in use, but, unfortunately there are no more dams or water holes available. We are a hopeful people, and as our local weather prophet has predicted it will rain1 before' Thursday —hS is always right — we are anxiously waiting the result. The water supply at the Public School gave out a some time since, Mr. Mitchell having to buy for domestic use, while the school children may be seen carrying their bottle of water to drink whilst there. The members of the Narellan Cricket Club are requested to attend for practice on Saturday, a...

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

THE GENUINE NEW WOMAN; - ??V — v ' , The latest enlistment under the 'New Woman's' v banner is Mrs. Gambie, of Howard, 'Queensland. She lucidly compares the new with the old, and what it really means, and it throws a new light on . 1 ; ' the subject. If this is what is meant by tlie- ''New s Woman,' no husband, can object, for not is her happiness enhanced, but his comfort : forcwhat : is more conducive to home comfort than a oK^emil, energetic, contented healthy wife? She^vrirea: ! ; *'Having been a martyr to indigestion for seveM , r years, from which I was mercifully cured by tpfe use of Warner's Safe Cure, I desire/jio publicly make known the facts, so that otheM'tnay bejrn , duced to use it, and thus take ashort^uMo heaftsh. My greatest suffering was after ta^na/foocL^aud the pain was so intense as to caus$a riSuctaffce to ' eat, and as a natural result I becsype we&k-4nd ex cessively nervous, and was unable to attend to my household work. I tried every known means, wit...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Notes. 1 ? 1 N In a previous issue we directed attention ' iri a' note to th.e want of united action on the ?part of the members of tlie Camden Dairy ?jtiv'iiJ'^yiiQjers Association; Since then; we hear ; ? ihat a meeting of the Association was called £;:?- By circular— not by aii advertisenient in the newspaper — at which nob more than two gentlemen attended; Surely this can only mean that the association has collapsed ; We again point' oat that we corisider the inillc trade oUr most important industry. mi. ? ' ? J.1 J , i. i.--., *iL J1Z ? I., -i- J . xiie -apatuy »uu. w.mijl ul iuiwib»b uiwpifct^yuu *it\¥ * by producers in tbis district on mattersl of _ vital importance to themselves anil to the ^ district is at once as marked as it is de fj{^ 1 ' plorable. It has occurred to us — aud it iriust also have occuried to all thinking nien '—that a - conference of milk producers can t nob but conduce .to the benefit of all. The , Oamden district is ? essentially a food pro j$T' .iVJ tl...

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POETRY. We cannot all get what we wish or desire. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

POETRY. /' , ' , . We cannot all get \ ' what wei wish; or ' desire; Wa cannot all get, what we wist or desire; ;.,j Or our wealth would be greater than kings— Too strong is the wind, or too hot is the fire ;t 'Gainst the strength of our coVeting wings. j Too jealously these forma wall of defence, Over which we can peep with a grin, ' While discontent breeds with its longings intense ^'-?v/.Wheu it dan't get a looting within. call it nbt woe, if. onr wishes remain ? ?:-.v;';With the days we oft hope to forget-^- ... .. ? A 4.A «« Tiratf Mil* ImaiiMnil ' . - btiain ), s „ , That is strict unreplied to us yet. \ V - The gold we desired m-ly Have pa.ve4 the wtly -? j-4 ' ' - t » - - down ^ 1 „ 1 , To destruction for a favourite few, - ^ * * May havo been tthe means of de^iroying the - wV* ~ '' / / crown ^ - i* Thalfc. way o\ir3 for eteriiity too. , i,'. , - jTVa' - ' ^ Ttfe'carriage and pair, and tlie footrrian in lace, ^ ^ ^ ;-:Are what many a man may desire — } -? *' f 'But a healthy...

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Camden Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Oamden Crict'et Club. The annual meeting of the Camden Crickefc ^ ^ Club was held inthe; School of. Arts 'last Friday evening. . liev G. J. King presiding. 1 Mr. j. G. Harris (Hon. Secretary) read the report and balance sheet which were ( ! ( -n adopted on the motion of Mr. A: J.; Doust, »' 1 seconded by Mr. Peters/. The balance sheet . showed that the club had a credit- ot' £1 5s 3d. , ' rl ?it» The report is as follows :-r- ? ? . . In presenting the annual report for the season ' 'u 1 894-95, the committee have the pleasure I o report , ' - that the club has been successful, having played 16 tyi'i toTi pq nf wliirth 9 wfirn wnn. 9. 1 nsf n.-nrl f\ wpra 1 ' ^ drawn. Mr. W, B. Farquhar has obtained, the. best bat ting average with 81; 4, and Mr. A. Olissold tha bowliug average, 6.1. ? ^ 'j Hie. committee have also very much pleasure in. / reporting1 that the club is out of debt, not with- '' / standmg that it started the season with liabilities ' t , /, amounting to £25. This has be...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

. Oamden Municipal Council The. usual fortnightly meeting of this Council was held on Wednesday, the 18th instant. Present: The Mayor ( Alderman J. NOakes.). Aldermen H . P. Jtieeves, J. 35. Kankin, G. F. Furrier, W.' C. F in*ner, J. Frier, E. G. Griffiths and G. Cleveland. ' The minutes of the previous meeting weire read and confirmed. XJlOv loiiowiiig auuuuuis w«ro pctttttuu iur payment j -3\ Clissold ^19 Is Odi G. Watson £2^;s Od, M. Kelly £3 4s 6d, 'P. Fuchs '1^pl'68','0a^':!£riiugden £1 :16s Od, ?H. E. Kater, £25 6s Od. CORRESPONDENCE Froin the Department of Lands in refer ence to. the resumption of laud for park purposes for Camden. It was pointed out in thef.;coinoiunication ,,that:it w as considered by thd department that, the inhabitants of Camden are fully met in regard to recreation eround.' and that; there was no heed for claitriing assistance from the hands of the Government; Eeceived.' . - - r The Works Committee's reports bn the. Main Southern road, and Sheath&amp...

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The Town Band's Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

v'.'a - J 1 v ' The Town Band's Plain and Panoy /V . : - Dress Ball. i:,'s V ' ! — : ? 4^., /?, The committee of the Camden Town ' ;f ? [)* '*-? Band's plain and fancy dress ball, held on \ ,, Thursday night last at the Mounted Rifle Drill Hall, must be highly delighted with kx\r? the success of their efforts, and must be ,' P-' ?' complimented on the thorough success of the evening. Not any thing was left undone to promote the comfort of the visitors and Wo; „ dancers. Supper was provided at the end $ of the hall, and was presided over by the wives and friends of the members of the l' band. These ladies provided gratuitously ?'[ , the good and ample things on the table. The hall was neatly decorated, and the floojr was in perfect order for dancing, rlhe ','\7 bandsmen conducted the music for the ' ' „ various dances. The ever indefatigable M. O., Mr. J. J. Curran was here, there, and _ ^ everywhere, seeing to the comfort of dancers and non-dancers The object of the dance is to proc...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

bus 80UTI1 COAST AND WEST OAafbfcft dO-OPBBA#WB , . ' COMPANY'S REPORT : , ? SUTTER— ^Creamery, Is lid 5 Factory, Is 0d to Is Id ; Dairy, lOd to la per lb , BACON- — Fait request 4-Jd to 5Jd ; Hams, fair demand 8 d to lOd; Lard in request 4d to 4^d . OHEESE — Selling well 5d to Gd HONEY — 2d to 3d PIGS — Scarce, selling well, alive, 15s to 40s each CALVES — Full grown in request, 5s to 15s each HIDES — id to -3d per lb CALF SglNS—tfd to Is 3d each ' FLOUR — £9 to £9 5s per ton | IfAIZE — Easier, 2s 9d to '3s l - CHAFF— Easier, £4 10s to £5 0a per tOA &ARLEY— 2s 5d to 2s Od BRAN — Easy, lid to ll£d ? -. BOLLARD— Easy, 9jd to 9|d ?' ? OATS— Seed 2s 9d to 3s 0d; Feed; 2s 6dto 2 6d . .ONIONS — Fair demand, £4 10s to £5 0s per ton .^' HAY — Oaten, £5 10s to £5 15 s} Lucerne, - salesT ' limited, £5 to £6 10s ?POTATOES — Firmer, £3 5a to £3 10s POULTRY — Good scarce Fowls 2s Od to 3s 0d{ ducks, 2s 6d to 3s 3d; geese, 3s to 4s 6d per j pair Turkeys 3s 6d to 8s, per pair ; EGGS-^Good...

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

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Court Hfrnse, Camden, . v. 2 l^cS#temher, » A REVISION COURT for MlimN/Ml be}) holdan on Saturday. the^Mh. /jOvtoitex cnexty at 10 o'clook, a.m., at the Coi&F9buse, a® Camdefi,. for the Revision of the Electoral Rcul, for the Police Diatriot of .Camd«n. // ' j. T. E. BLOMMELD, C.P.S. f ? , 15T9. ? ? Postal and Eleotric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, . Sydney, 13th September, 1895, ATTENTION is directed to the '.'Gazette' ? Notice inviting TENDERS for the anoe of Mails to and from — // jf 1. Wallace and Werombi / // V-- 2. Camden and Werombi j) // ' 3;, Camden and Mount' Hunter / h ? /J JA . 4. Mount Hunter a»d The Qalra. If - (f Tenders will be received up to 11 api, onrbe 21sfctl^ proximo, and must be addressedjeo the Deputy '/ ?; Postmaster General, Sydney. Js JOSEPH COO^.* a\ 1385. ? .Jfl g ELECT T E A AND S OOI AI* . will ,b,e held in the MOUNTED RIFLE DRILLHALL, oil WEDNESDAY, a : in aid of , R. 0. . PRESBYTERY FUND, CAMDEN, , , ' ...

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Polo Match. SYDNEY V. CAMDEN. ACCIDENT TO DR. BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Polo Hatch. SYDNEY V. CAMDEN. ACCIDENT TO DR. BELL. , The final match of the Polo Carnival was played in Centennial Park Sydney; on Friday last; Camden was represented by Messrs Mackellar, Bell, Madden, and Paterson. Soon after starting Dr. Bell received a severe fall through a cross, and was disabled His place was taken by Mr. Peak, the: Queensland orack, but Peak soon after got a ' - fall, and was playing in a stunned condition for two quarters. The game was bad throughout, violations of the rules being ; frequent. Camden finally won by 6 goals to 4. DrBell was rendered for the time insensible but regained consciousness shortly afterwards. Dr. Bell returned to Camden on Tuesday, and is now all right again.

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PRODUCE MARKETS SYDNEY. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

PRODUGE Markets^ SYDNEY. tViiiiAM Inqlis & Son's Rbfobi PRIME OATEN HAY — Per cwt, 4s 6d to ^0 . Od ; Medium and inferior, 3s Od to Ss lOd ; PRIME OATEN CHAFF— Per cwt, 4s 3d td 4s ^ ?Sci ; Medium arid inferidr, 3s 3d to 3s 9d XUGERNE HAY— ^er cwt, 3s 6d to 4s 9d ' STRAW— per cwt 2s Id to 2s 6d \ MAIZE— Per bushel, 2s 6d to 2s 9d '^-T . WHEAT— Petbu8hel, 2s 6d to 3s'0d ' 'SUCKING PIGS^Each, fa Od to 5s 9d ; COCfe TURKEY$— Per pair, 6s fld to iijs fid j Hens, 4s tid to 5s 3d GKESE — 4s Od to 5s 9 d per pair 1 . DUCKS— 38 7d to 4s 3d per paii? ?F0WLS-^-2s £ld to 4s 3d per pair Factory butte u—os ndto is id pef ibj ; Dairy Butter, _ ,0s 9d to Is Od per lb; Pastry ?Butter, 6d to 7d ? w ' EGGi^— Dozen, U to 7*d BACON— Per lb, 4d to.5|d CHEESE -per lb 2$d to 3d ... tORK— per lb Carcase, 2d to 3jd Milch Cows — Considerable number, of medium - iind inferior quality t For good animals there was rifebv-'. -.-.brisk competition, others dull of sale. Dry cattle -v.-.-1.-;--:'.. bettet p...

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

'Wf aNTED—To exchange, of buy a Houdon I * T. Rooster, pur6 bred. Apply J, H. Hope, Oamden Park. i LOST. STRAYED from the paddocks of W Sidman, 0 .between Mouht Hunter and Cawdor, a black mate, branded with a doable E, or EF conjoined, i Kindly apply Camden Newt Office. T GST — On the Burragorang one small JLA black bag, containing paijfot^qafo^les, &c. . r S'. Pegumj Burragorangi M -~~r' . - — ? ? ap- ? 0 ? ? ? — 1 A SHILLINGS REWARD.— LOST from the Iv Carrington Hospital, on the 14th, a dark bay or brown saddle horse branded TJ over 86 near shoulder. The above reward will be paid on ... delivery of the same to PETER SIMONSON, Carrington Hospital. QAMDEN A. H. AND I. SOCIETY. . Notice is hereby given that nominations for the Office of Gomaiicteememmust bejto the hands of the Secretaryship latar than Thursday 3rd October. ¥TO\memb«8*of the present Committee arerfigibli for yB«6tejeffion : Without notice, 'W; J. Crainfield, /^Secretary, Camden, 25th September* 1895. $ SUGAR S...

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