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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Correspondence. (To the Editor.) Sir,— -Having read with interest the let ter's in several papers on the subject, ' Will farming pay.' I take the liberty 'of open, ing the subject in your valuable paper to enable farmers to discuss the matter, in a friendly spirit, as I hold it is by comparison with the methods of others that we are en abled to judge as to the correctness or otherwise of our own system. Being chiefly ? .A. _ . L _ 1 ? .1? -J- ? J ? ? J.: -r lQceresDea m our aistrurc m uair y i&rming, x will confine my remarks to that subject. Camden can scarcely be looked upon as a model dairying district, as it suffers from a dry and uncertain climate, and the for mation of the soil, with few exceptions, is not conducive to tlie growth of succulent grasses, such as the coastal and high land districts. To overcome these serious defects two things are absolutely necessary to make dairyiBg pay. 1st. To make one eow do the work that is now done by three. 2nd. To grow sufficient...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

ANSWERS TO OOIffiBSPOlTDElfCiE. ' W. Oamden: — The followering bird# must not be shot, or trapped, for five years from June lit 1893:— Fish Hawks; Lyre-birds, Regent-bird, Rifle-bird, Bell-bird, ; Black Cockatoos, . Native Companion, Nankin Crane, Laughing JackaSs, Kingfishers, Eoiu, Seagulls of every description. From 1st' August last to the 31st of January- the following birds must not be shot or trapped' : — Dollar-bird, Wood Swallows, Magpies, peewit or Magpie Lark, Thrush, Wa'gtails, Jackey -Winter, Robins, Yellow Robius, Blue Wrens, Lark,. Sky larK, Diamond oparrow, brang liang cockatoo, Indian Mineh; Butcher-bird, Upachwhip-bird, Honeysucker, Mocking-bird, Swamp .pheasant, King Parrots, Ibis, the bird commonly known as the 'The Happy Family,' or 'The Twelve Apostles,' Brush Turkey, Malice Hen, Land Curlew, Bittern, Land 1? ail, Black Swan, Wild ducks of every species.* including Teal, Plovers of every species, Wild Pigeons and Doves of every species, Wild Geese of every descr...

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

LOCAL NOTES We are indeed favoured with another delightful rain, and it is satisfactory to note that the rain has been general through the ?colony. Light rain began to fall in the damden district early on Wednesday morn ing, towards night heavy rains set in and 'have since continued without intermission. Up to the time of our going to press 1$2 points have fallen in Cazndep. We are indebted to Mr. Maroney, the worthy post? master .of Camden, who regularly takes the ,-./ain.gat3^e. Daily we hear reports of -cattle, being found defad in ' Greeks'' and' water ^ holesy caused by the weakness of the poof beasts going for water and not being able to ex tricate themselves from the sides of the dams i etc. » It would be advisable to construct a cheap fence around any such dangerous places during the continuance of the present drought and scarcity of natural feed for the cattle. Water can be supplied by means of tubs, buckets, ot troughs. A little trouble and forethought in the direction in ...

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

Camden Givilion Rifle Club The Usual' shoot for trophies took place place on the local range on Saturday last , with the following result : — C' Names 400 600 700 h.d.c Gr. total I ' Farxihdon 20 21 27 4 -0 .) Rix v 23 17 21 2 , 63 Morton ' -..22 ^l'r*23 5 - 61 '-Hind«»-;-^ .*:- ui20. ,14 23 — « j F; Poole ' 13 9 r'15 20-- ^.57^* , ' ^ J.Poole , 16 17' 21 4 ' 50 - J. Hogan H 0 7 20 42 Handicap limit 70. / -V

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church, of England- . \ Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev C. J. King. (h. c.) Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Menangle— at 7 p.m, Rev C. J. King iWestbrook — at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell. JFlteresa Park — at 7 p.m, Mr. J. Lakeman Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Karelian — at 11 a.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Rev G-. H. AllhutiP Cobbitty— at 7 p.m.*, Rev GvH. Allnutt. Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev J. E. Moulton Camden — at 7 p.m, Rev J. E. Moulton (Principal of Newington College) Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev J. E. Moulton ,1 Cawdor — at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall '-? - Glenmore — at Ham, Rev W. Wall Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor Westbroofc— at 2 30 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor ? t m Picton — at 3 p-.m, Rev W. Wall Campbelltowrr — at 3 p.m, Mr. F. WMtemais Primitive^ Camden— at 11 a.m, Rer .T. Ashmeodi ' Oamden— at 7 p.m, Suppl'y Bob's Range — at 3 p.m, Mr. M Doust Minto — at 7 p.m., Rev R: Mowbray Bringelly — at 11 a.m., Rev R. Mowbray Roman Cathol...

Publication Title: Camden News
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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

(To the Editor.) Sir,— I have read with muoh' pleasure your #ble articles, on the benefit of keeping the Farmers ijniqn together. Dairying is' the sheet anchor of the district, and while every credit is due to the energy displayed by our' farmers in the management of their farms, , yet they geem to lose sight of the feet that the' sale of their produce is of as j much importance as the raising pf it, and while they strain every nerve to improve their Upd and stock, thejp ar^ .cpntent to , \ ? ? ? leave the sale of their produce entirely in the hands of the middlemen. The time has arrived when only by carefully managing [both land and markets, can farming be made to pay and only by combining can ? the markets be improved . All other trades And it necessary to co-operate for their own benefit, and surely it is as much to the inr terests of farmers to look after their industry, as it is to the members of any other pro- j fession. Farmers are, as a rule, rather* slow, but I am afraid th...

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

GAMDEN Av H, & I, SOCIETY, TSB Annual Meeting' & of Members of the Camden A. K. and L Society, will be held at- the M ' h SCHOOL OF ARTS, CAl^N;, V' K ifvrW- ^ 25th OCTOBER, at fp SO5 p.m. BUSINESS: To receive the Report and Balance Sheet of the retiring Committee, , , To elect the Committee for the ensuing year. The transaction of any other business brought . % before the meeting in terms of the Society's Rules, By Order of the Committee, W, J. Cranfield, , Secretary# . ^ Camden, c 25th September, 189^5,' . , } '« , ?» ' t '* '*?

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Items of initjek.bbt'. 'Short reckoning makes long friends,'* and short pockets make long faces. London devours every year over 400,000' oxen, 1,600,000 sheep,. 500,000 calves, - 700,000 hogs,, fowls innumerable,, and consumes 9,800,000 gallons of milk. The Emperor of China has sanctioned the* construction of a railway from Shanghai to Nankin, It is reported1 .to Tensor® that alluvial geld! had been found by' two* miners ore Baxter's1 and SommerviileV runs. A decree^ attributed to the Emperor,- is1 being circulated among students in China,, v urging all faithful Confucians to stone, hoot^ J and behead all Christians,, and that they muse , ^ eradicate all Christians, and throw 'these vermin'' to wolves and tigers, Mrs, Langtry's jewels;- which are valued at £40,000, have been obtained from the' Union Bank of London by means of a forged1 order. i Messrs, Barclay and Sorts notify us that they have rfteeive^ a vety ooiirteous and pronopt reply from His- Excellency Lord' ' Hampden in ans...

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

SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. ? Golden Fierce, ?; Manufactured only by the Australian Soap and j.: Candle Wotiks, Camperdowny near Sydney. PURE AND PERFUMED. 41b BAR Is. The Australian' Soap Compariy commends thin . bra'nd. Possessing all the .ingredients for Washing - Bleaching, and Perfuming, withoiit injuring the texture of Clothing tfenfc to the Laundry,- Each . bar about 41bs. Price Is', , « One trial will prove its value. Sold by all! large -Storekeepers. ^EUbALYPTI^S EXTRACT. ?.i , . ? 1st Prize at the Sydney Show,- 189& DO HOT TSKE THeI . ^Ai.T ? r I of False. -v'\ M IMITATIONS. ' llvi ^s^.^or mmS OIL,' «,» oi,^lf4Ser- \ be sure : yo\i' get if. ia«J /I R A N U MA \jf ia mado from the ENTIRE GRaIN OF WHEAT' It is a complete NATURAL FOOD ' and an absolutely CERTAIN CURE FOR INDIGESTION -v ; v usedras'a porridge Meal. Ask your Grocer for a 4lb Pack JAMES INGLIS aad COV &ole Agents. ? f HE . . vv:- ^v. . Bfst ?-*11 r ?' 1 r' wy' * \IV#iY ' lis Ta SEND YO'JE oasiss : TO h MTI...

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

Don't FORGET g| ' WHEN BUYING BOOtsUL To call on ' a, A. Stuckey, % OF ARGYLE ST. be*°re purchasing elsewhere, h: WHY ! Because he knows what goods are bad and \ what goods are THE BEST. REMEMBER ! Buy the best at the lowest price, which can only be obtained at A. STUCKEY'S. Hits the. mark TlME* /SjiCOBS /. OIL. creat , OF PAIN. 'never fails. I $EBi fj!0 STAND THIS SEASON AT GLENMORE, And travel the district, the Blood Stallion, . Commissioner, ??- Bright bay, witlx[black points, 9 years, by Golds brough, from Scitilla. Scitalla by The Barb, from Nimblefoot, by the Flying Piaman (imp), from Jessie, by Muleyson, dam by Bay Oamerton (imp.) (Gamer ton — Waltonia, &c.) , Goldsborough, by Fireworks, from Sylvia, s,' Fireworks, by Kelpie (imp,) from Gaslight (imp), ?i ; . Kelpie by Wheatherbifc, from Child of the Mist. Gas . light, by Sir Heroules, from Factory Girl. . , - Sylvia, by Fisherman (imp), from Juliet (imp) ,j:. Fisherman, by Heron from Mainbrace ; Juliet by ?? Touchsto...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.   Memoriam and Return of Thanks     Notices, TWO SHILLINGS EACH. Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra.    

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Linos on the death of Mr. Alexander McMinn. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 26 September 1895

Lines on the death of Mr. Alexander McMinn   Young spring with all its verdant pride   Has come to deck our hills ; The wattle robed in golden fleece The tuneful warblers sing. Yet naught of joy upon our brow May you to-day behold ; For one we loved is lying now In deaths embraces cold. We may not weep for thee dear, Alic,     Yet how suppress our sighs ?     And how prevent the tears to flow   That glisten in our eyes;           You've gone 'tis true but 'tis to rest, it is to bliss untold :         Beyond the reach that joy conceives, Beyond the reach of gold.         And beautiful as your person was, Your mind was no less fair For honour with her handmaids all Had made their dwelling there. Beloved by companions dear, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

TJje weather in London has been excessively hot, the thermometer registering last week 88 deg in the shade. . . A daring robbery of 34,900oz of silver, valued at £4,80.0, has been perpetrated at St. Pancras railway station'! London. Tn,e empty boxes were recovered afterwards about a mile from the station. i Holdsworth, MacPherson and Coy, Sydneys for fjoughs and Agricultural Machinery. * * -i , ?' %t # ''v ' . ' I ?? j ? ?. -?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Farmer & - Company ? - - ' ? ? - ' ; ? , . Victoria House, ' ';V Y NE Y. /S-. V' ? ' * - + ' 1 h 'V' J 1 -' - ' ? 'l ' ? ! ? ' y s . f ' t t ? ? ' I ? ? V '?/ ' '? ? ? ; :;!'v The well-kiiown Drapers of the day, r , ? iEE ADVERTISING LARGrELY THEIR ? SPEI Nfl GOODS, Aud certain it is, it will pay anyone to send for ^ , : . Patterns and Samples, .?? FROM _? their very extensive & Grand Stock.' J D. RANKIN, Carpenter, Timber Merchant, and Undertaker Jl W BENJAMIN, f Boot and Shoe-maker, Argyle St, Caieden, Begs to thank the public for their cordial support of the past 14 months, and trusts that by good workmanship and moderate prices he will merit a continuance of their favours. Please bring jour repairs, and they will 'be neatly executed on the shortest notice. Q H A R L E S E T L E S, 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 district ; bring y...

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Occasional Scrawls. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Occasional Scrawls. '?V v ? [By Hard-up.] fw, ' '' Hecent rainfall has had a beneficial effect ^i/supon vegetation in general, as well as rais dag the spiiits of farmers, who had almost 'f | reached the depths of despondency. As 1 ft|4{oe is unmistakeable evidence of a re wAl in trade all the worlcl over, we should yil pluck up heart and look to the good j \fnos now on the eve of returning. lean isafely predict that after Christmas things will begin to hum like they did in the more prosperous daya, and long faces will dis U appear like magic. Certainly, we have had : ? -very trying times in the colony, and ruin, on many occasions., appeared, unpleasantly near ; but we have the good times to come t yet. This colony, as part of Australia, is to become commercially great Her iron in v dustry will contribute largely towards v building her up, and increasing the _ ' population. The butter and beef export ' - trade will be opened up in the Home market to a .stupendous extent. Fruit will b...

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Agricultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Agricultural Items, Never tolerate weeds, A lazy man will be gazing around for the rain clouds, while his orchard is smothered in weeds, every one of which acts like a pump, going night and day. One effect of the dry spell is a rise in values for live stock and produce, not a big1 rise, but a healthy upwards tendency. The ' rise in wool ' has cheered the hearts of thousands engaged in this great and;in fluential industry. ? *. :'f v.' \fl Sorghums and millets are suitable field crops, or for yielding green feed for ensilage making. There is active and growing demand for broom millet, which makes a most desirable field crop worth from £10 to £20 per ton, Buckwheat can be harvested within four months from growing. Rough pieces of land that- are being brought under cultivation answer well for pumpkins, Plant now. Newly set out shrubs may suffer if the season be dry, Pruning or cutting out sickly or wilting limbs is more skilful treatment than mere watering. No dead or dying growth shou...

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Beautiful Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

- ? Beautiful Rain. &ing for the rain — O, the beautifnl rain That fills up the clay-pans and swamps on the plain ; Fills up the creeks, and dry river beds, 'Till over their banks in a deluge it spreads ! Falling, spitting and bubbling it drops, Wetting the gums from their trunks to their tops ; 'Till all that the forests and woodlands contain Is damp with the tears of the beautiful rain ! The birds in the wild woods are singing again, To praise and to welcome the beautiful rain — Flapping their wings as they whistle and fly, In thanks for the gifts that come down from the sky ; Rejoicing and singing — the forests around Are fill'd with confusion and musical sound : 'Tis strange that the birds, tho' they never complain, Are pleas' d with a shower of the beautiful rain ! What use is this earth were it not for the rain P Impartial it falls for our good and our gain — How quickly the shrubs and the herbage would die, If left to exist 'neath a hot rigid sky ! Withering, parching...

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Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Westbroofr y T^rom a correspondent.! . . A small party of hale and hearty young ' follows of this district have made up their minds to try their venture at gold mining. ' The party fully equi^ed for al l emergencies left last week for the Burragorang district, and intend prospectiug' there for the precious metal. We commend their action, and ?wish them all the luck they wish them selves. One of the party is, we understand, fully conversant with the district of Burra gorang where gold has been previously found, and is also a practical gold miner. 'We hope to hear shortly that they have been successful in their efforts.

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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. In a recent lecture at tbe Royal Institution, Dr. B W. Richardson says that the sleep of health is dreamless. 'Dreams,' says Shakespeare, 'are children of an idle brain.' Jf both the doctor and the poet are right it follows that idle brains are unhealthy brains. No doubt there might be truth in the inference, but that is not quite the point. Are all dreams signs of a diseased condition ? To this the doctor says ' No,' He divides dreams into two classes ; those started by noises or other causes outside the sleeper, and those produced, by pain, fever, or indigestion. Here we inject a fact. We receive multitudes - T ? 4.1, J„ OI ieuDcrB Cjuiiuaiiuiug Linn aiuiiiicinuu, annuo u iu. identical words: I was worse, tired in the morning than tchen I went to bed, To this the doctor has ' an answer. He says, ' When we feel wearied in ?the morning very likely it results from, dreams that we have forgotten.' Quite so. In other words there is a bodily condition which may pre...

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Kenangl& [FROM OUB OAVN COEXIESPONDBNT.') The first concert -of the newly formed ! Menangle Ittiilharmonic Society is post- j poned from to-morrow (Friday), to Friday the 25th instant, three weeks later. This o r is due to the fact that the Charity concert at Campbelltown takes place on Friday, and the members of the Menangle Philharmonic V'A- Society are desirous of supporting this Charity concert. We hope that the Campbelltown folks will return the com pliment by suppoiting the Menangle Society concert on the 25th instant.

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