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

PlOTON - ? Lieut Forster .19 21 40 Lieut. Bradbury 20 23 43 Sergt. -Viles 32 23 55 Cpl. Blanchard 19 25 44 , Pt, Blatch 27 15 42 , Sergt. Hill 13 23 36 Pt. Walton 34 16 50 Pt. Fisher 18 16 34 ' . Pt. Wintell * .22 22 44 v Pt. Potter 26 24 49 Total 437

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

. Efarellan. [From our own Co i respondent . J' JLhe following gentlemen have been chosen to play with Narellan C. Club against The Oaks C Club,' at The Oaks on Saturday the 5th instant. The team will leave Powell's Hotel at 11 a.m A. Moore, J. Hunter, — French, W. Britton, A. dissold 2, W. W. Buckle, J. McEwan, H. Noakes, G. Buttensha ?*', — Tangye, Emer gencies : H. Crisp, E. Smith, W. Williams.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Camden Mounted Rifles On Saturday last the annual competition for the No. 2 Company's ' Challenge Cup' took place on the ritie range. After a close and exciting match, the Camden ^ Company's team proved victorious, beating the Picton half Company's team by 4 points. The afternoon with the exception of about an hour was favorable for shooting so some s very good scores were put up. The Camden ? Company thus hold the Cup for the. present year : The following are the ,;u * scores : — : ? Camden. 1 - 500 600 Total 1 Lieut. OnBlow 20 25 45 Sergt. Major Percival 14 18 32 v' ? . Sergt. Beckhaus 28 26 54i Far. Sergt. Campbell 29 17 46 ' .' ' ? Corpl. Richardson 21 '11 32 . Corpl. Veness 24 22 46 1 Staff. Sergt. Fraser 26 22 48 ?V.' Lance. Corpl. Moran 32 24 56 Pt. Tapliri 22 22 ' 44 ' Pt. Grigg 20 18 '38 Total - . 441

Publication Title: Camden News
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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Oob'bitt y. [from our own correspondent.} beautiful rain, fell last week. The. Tiver has risen about two feet in con sequence. 2 inches 62 points of rain fell ?during the month of September, and 2 inches #1 points fell last week. On Friday evening last a meeting 6f the' Cobbitty Cricket Club/ was held in the Clissold Hall as to the winding up of the' club. It was decided to dispose trf the' cricketing materials to the best advantage. It is considered a great pity to break up the club, as they have one of the best concrete wickets in the district. I will for ward the average batting, trophy tie of the past cricket season for insertion in next week's issue.

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

p TT B LIC NOTICE. The undersigned is now prepared to superintend the erection of BUILDINGS or any other WO RKS in the district of Camden. CHAS. FURNER, Camden. Jl G, GRIFFITHS. , BUTCHER, Argyle Strlet, Camden, Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep sting, horse hair and every kind of produce at highest prices for cash. ' SOUND CHAFF BAGS purchased to any quantity, ^ R T H U R J. DO U S T, Property, Fire, Life, Finance and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT/ Camden. VALUATIONS MADE Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap plication During my absence from towu at any time, list of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store keeper, Camden. QUMBEKLAN D HOUSE, CAMDEN C. T. WHITEMAN, DRAPER, GROCER, BAKER, IRONMONGER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. All kinds of Produce bought and sold. Bran, Chaff, Pollard, &c, always on hand. The' best General Assorted Stock in the town to choose from, and at prices that defy competition. Before making your purchases, PLEASE INSPECT OUR STOCK. fJNHE COMMERCIAL ...

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Death of the Rev R. W Orton. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Death of the Ref W- Orton; The Eev Richard Wfitsori Orton whoSe dearth took place in our town on Sunday last, at 1 p.m., was born in Sydney in 1832. Treading in his father's footsteps — one of the earliest Wesleyan Ministers ^ in the colony — he entered the Ministry in 1857, and travelled in th6 following, circuits : — Moruya, Kiama, Fish River and Tarana, Bathur'st, Hockley* Parramatta, Kandwick, Liverpool and Granville, Murrurundi, Armi dale and Uralla, Camden. Warwick aind Toowoomba in Queensland remaining the allowable term in most, or all of them. Although never entering into1 married life, fie highly appreciated the family element,' and wap . very happy in the midst of child ren. During his residence in Camden he made:many friends, to whom his memory is fragrant.- Mr.- Martin, an eager listener, delights to speak of his careful pulpit preparation and power, whilst others have referred to his fine social qualities, and were sorely disappointed is not seeing him be fore death; h...

Publication Title: Camden News
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

ITEMS OF INTEBEST. fe:¥ , . News has been received in Sydney of the death &. in England of Mr. J. M. Toohey, Brewer, formerly - ' M. P. for South Sydney, and a prominent protection 1st. - ' The new bridge over the Danube which coat ? £1,360,000 has been opened. It is regarded as one - of the engineering triumphs of the century. About 315 men are about to be found employ ? ment in Forest thinning in the Narrandera district. r ' The Anglican Synod has placed on record' -its thanks to God for an abundant rain, regarding u, , Jt as a direct answers to prayer. The Primate V stated that the Government would setp,sid.e a day for general thanksgiving to God for the recent ..abundant rain. ? v - ? a .. ? ? _? ? _.. l_ . i . ? 1. 1. £ ? nnr\f\ i au average mze wxiaxe as wuriii iruni uvvsj tu £900. .- ^ The death is announced of M. Pasteur, the ! ; .eminent bacteriologist and scientist, aged 73 years. . The cause of death was paralysis. ? ^ ??Australian hares landed in London are in ex...

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

?Notes. 'Thfe Events rif the past wefek are full of f' Vi|^coBa{ort-and aS8UrnnceJ — viz : ^ie rainfall v^' and the goneral advance iii prices of sf 5j,v'vS . Australian produce, principally in \tfool; r vVr Jeather and whbast. Two weeks ago we & ^.ij/were .-...??teginning to accept the ihost dismal ijW'i-'fli. , -anticipations Of drought. Failure of water ^ ( .and -pasture, losses of stodlr, bush fires, the Ufrtr Ilong withholding of rain made the trlost M ?' ^optimistic feel concerned. Then came a - ? - little rain, and now with the experience of ?f the past fortnight it is easy to see that the ar^eness of the jf all was fortunatei The ; ' V 1 cold Winds which succeeded; was equally as disastrous as the drought itself. Gutting down the springing grass and crops, hail wrought mischief in the orchards, and the stock, weakened by a seve're winter, was decimated in some districts.- And how sufceeed these several days of gradual and beneficial rain which mark a turning point in...

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POETRY. Old Sayings and Truisms. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

POETBY: Old Sayings and Truiflmfr : S ? By William S. Aitkent. ( ' Iii pre-entmg the following old sayings 'and truisms — (the -^largest collection, it fs believed, ever put in rhyme)— v the. number of uniform lines having 'all the same pause tnay appear to 7 rhe cfr'itieal eve fat iguing : but the 'uniformity in tbe membprg ol a thought demands equal | ?uniformity in the verbal members which ex-. W pr^ that thought. When resembling b^ijecbs are! expiessed in pluiality of Verse Urics, th6 continuous jingling cannot be 'avoided, nor can the structure, of the lines b-* always uniform, which in ordinary Correct rhyrcu1 they ouijht to be. It is to be hoped, ho«*ever| they will not be perused, by the ^ initiated critic as a capital specimen of P Tttiou^,hts solitary and devoid of connection, , , Conspicuous for tlie principle of disorder of ihe links that unite preceptions. .and con ' nection arising in the mind. Omnid bona / ^ ~ bdnis / Way what follows be sO. As fresh as a daisy, ds br...

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District News. The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

District News, . The Oaks.' * [feom ottu correspondent.] We certainly cannot be classed as a slow ' ...'??'?'township, for the 'improvements recently carried out and in construction in. The Oaks 1 district have been of no small extent, Situated as The Oak's is on high rising ground commanding a series of the most lovely of views to be found in New South Wales, there can be no- wonder why the ?district is increasing in importance. The ' In ft m ?pAtiii 1 rt *1 atw 4-V» AJ4- ittUU ttiou xo x iuu auu. iox tziUj auu uyvr luau we have been blessed with a fair supply of rain, we loot for brighter and more pros perous times in the near future. Foremost amongst the improvements in the township is the construction and building of the hotel, which I understand will be known in the future as The Oaks Royal Hotel. 1 must congratulate the proprietor of the hotel, Mr. W. McKee, on building & thoroughly substantial structure,- replete with every modern appliances and con veniences, in fact...

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Boracic Acid in Modern Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Soracic Aoid in Modern Dairying. This substance— close associate of borax with soda — is generally iri use as a pre servative for milk. It is the active^rinciple of most of the 'Preservatives'3 sold for keeping milk; As a natural product from : volcanic eruptions, it is found in Italy and other parts of Europp, and it is 'also made in large quantities as an ordinary chemical manufacture. As an ingredient of plant' li-fo. if. ia ?fnimrl in f-.lio lonuna f-onrl-nilc. nri-.rwrl and stems of the vine, as well as in the fruit; and in wine, in apples, potatoes, radishes, &c; ; and is of frequent occurrence ' throughout the vegetable kingdom. As an acid, it prevents the formation of b'acillse, and hence retards fermentation — ^hich is a product of bacterial action; As an an'tiaep tiCj or preventative of putrefaction, b'oraciC acid is one of the most valuable materials we possess. It is consequently used not only to preserve milk but a large variety of foods, such as meat, fish',' f...

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

? ? - ? ? - I MCfek CSH im Bisk Th« largest and most oomnloto fin» Hr Kn RjnS) Cntalogfle of Seeds, I'lantSj liulbs ta. 53 H 66 19 and Fruit Treostbat. lias ever bceij ! fefcra Bfea ftS Ha published has been isBueil by tlio ♦ , jjSfin y»« jai M well known Srhd Mkrgitantr, ! f In ia H EM Hb.mobton&comi'any.hay-st. ! Kkk ffa f'Vff* HAYMARK KT.S YDX BY.W I'lHl tor ii un l'™* (inn uu.i tlw.v iv. II «nrH if nnst fl-HH. | All- Seeds perfectly sound, and may. be bht^yfi at onr local Agent, A. STtJCKEY £ Hits the mark *' jQfr) ^TEVERY TIME; ] ; WrfWCOBS \ : ,j|7 0sl ; WiMkWMltiE dREAT ' I *j| ^y^ONOUEROR - . '.!? c&sQjj'' OF PAIN. NEVER FAILS, ; ? : ? ; — : ? : ? . . \ :1 '''» ' THE . ' CAMDEN . NEWS, with which is incorporated. 'THE CAMDEiT TIMES' ) - . ; ' . ? ''''?: [Established 1880.] ' Vi- ADVERTISERS will find their interests test . - Served by availing themsfelves of our columns, and 'K v thereby secure the GREATEST PUBLICITY. %? ' iffiB » Cr! 1 ;V, -STUD ADVERTISEMEN...

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

WASTED. y '07' ANTED— By respectable gjOl8, sftuation as ? V plain cook or general MKvarda in small family. Highest references, dfiaj£s^. Menangle. ' ff M ANTED— A General Servant, fomhVcountry, - .one used to children. Wages^Bj^per week. V^P^ly MrB Alfred Whiteman,

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

? f. ? ^ SAME STORY EVERYWHERE. In Camden as in every other town .and city . in the world, when Warner's Safe Cure was first intra- ' 1 duced peoplp shook their heads and would hardly ' ^ believe when they heard of the cures from lon^ standing biliousness, jaundice, indigestion, or kidney disease effected through its use,- Now the army of believers is daily increasing, and you can hardly turn without meeting one wliq owes life ? and health to the virtue of this remedy. Do we believe them? How can we help doing so ? Here they are, and thousands of letters like the follovv ing are enough to make the strougest sceptic hesitate before crying down something he has not tried. Read this letter from Miss Maud Whyte, * Forest Lodge, Sydney, Do you thffik for one moment that this conscientious would? mis represent facts so important to tjft yffneytil p\xh\ia ? ^ Then weigh carefully her ex^it\5ce//&,ufl let it guide you. She writes ; ,£ In a deal of persuasion, and evyi dl\\\ih^vjk\hx...

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

Zost //$L IT OST — On Tuesday last, bewefin ^^^Smore or B J The Oaks and Oamden^r or biSEsjKip' off wheel of sulky. Apply John W. Moore, ^fonmpre . LOST. About five weeks^f^j^black and tan collie Dog, wearing curb cMujrcollar, answers to name ' Carrington.' Aipply «&r=?E}'. Devlin, Camden. B ~~k nice little COTTAGE a^fcudle^PaA^o^efc. r\_ Low rental. Apply W. W. Buckle, Studley Park, Narellan, or at the Gmiden Neces Office. FOR SALE cheap, a choice good laying poultry, must be sold bel^/s^i&s&by next S.Brady, Argyle street, Camden? / A handy CARPENTER seeWei^k^ment,' good at any work, and williiflg jyo /m.aka himself generally useful. Wages n^sjifarar^ ' Apply ' News ' Office, Camden. // NOTICE. Would the pers era who Aoo\i. the macintosh from the clocl^roq$, Jk the night of the R. C. social, return the samejto the under signed, to save further trouble^ JftMc, Kinlay, Police Station, Camden. / ***$$$ A GREAT BARGAIN — For 4-j&le Camden, . six-roomed C...

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

, Absolutely Reliable ! For Biliousness, Sick . Headache, Dizziness, Indigestion, Torpid Liver and all Stomach Troubles MSW1 H? Jl®!?! STJGAR-COATED ? VEGETABLE : PILLS Pill ' For Rheumatism, T' '' Scrofula, Swellings1,- ttrfffors, ^ ' Ulcers and every disorder caused by impurity- of ther Blood , siS i'if miLi These two re ' ftS® fnedies when : fteS fnfceii together JsUjM & : ' eure ? most . hopeless. .. ~Z7ZZ ImI sr-n-d? chronic m ? tO&BCTlOUQ ? MUTIl'l MMMMU &|f§§ rtHV. ? 1x1 )f%Aj Tciey have ooth S^SSs®!®! stoad. tfe test e' over HALF A JZ^iilg CENTURY AND HAVE ?aOVEi-- TZ?K IffbST MP*' gentle in action, pleasant to take, DSST' reliable in results. Ask your Druggist for them Insist on having 'BRISTOL'S.** WL MOSS St CO. WTNTA ED LANE, S YDNEH W» 4SKBits fiw Anstrolasla. G ,r a n u m a is mn do from the ENTIRE GRAIN OF WH-EAT ? ? It i* «? complete NATURAL FOOD and: an absolutely.. CERTAIN CUKE FOR INDIGESTION . used aa- a porridge Meal. . Ask yoiSr Grocer f...

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A CUTE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

A Cote Baby, Here is another of his stories r — He says : ' It is not always good policy id encourage a child in works of benevolence. For ex ample, grandfather wag working in the garden lately,- and his little four-year-old grandson took him out a mug of milk. It was separated milk,- but quite sweet' this weather, so grandfather drank it, and: toltf tbe little fellow how kind and thoughtful he was to bring him the milk, whereupon the boy,- of course, ran of? and brought a second mug. Grandfather drank that tin ore' to please the child than because be wafitetf it, and as the hoy cleared off for a third lie thought he would foll«w just to see where all the milk' was coming' from, Grandfather's feelings can be imagined when he saw his pet fill the mug at tbe pig trough.'

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STELLA'S ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Stella's Angels. ' W Oo^merA: ' is &, writer who tells of sofrie wonderful things about little folks. He says :—f( There was grief in one western household lately when tbe fast lot of kittens was drowned, and Stella Was anxious to know whether the angels Would come and tat© the kittens to Heaten. To soften Stella's grief her mother said the angels might come,- so the little girl kept a cldste 1 nnlrrtii . 'KTnrf r! a « lko'irmf* folrDti o ♦Amal' luujxuu i* u tAij j jiuvug vuuvu a vuvvgi down to the pond so that the angel's shouldn't wet their hands ' dittin' out d!e tittens,-' Stella came runoiug back shouting with jov,- ' De angel tummed ; he's dot fedders on hid legs.' When the mother went to look she fouind that one of hef neighbour's white Cochins had got into Hh# garden, and Stella bad naturally assumed that anything with wings — and white wings, too — must necessarily be an angel.'

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

THE SOUTH COA8T AND WE8T CAMDEN CO-'OrtSEATIVE COMPANY'S REFOliS : BUTTER — Creamery, Is lfd j Factory, is Od to l's Id; Dairy, lOd to Is per lb BACON— '?Scarce 5^d to 6d ; Hams, fair demand 8d to lOd ; Lard in request 4^d to 5d CHEESE — Selling Well 5d to 6|d HONEY— 2d to 3d ' v' PIGS— Scarce, selling well, alive, 15s' to 40s' each CALVES — Full grown in request, 5s to l-5s each HIDES — Id' to 3d per lb CALF SKINS — Sd to Is Sd ea ok \ \ ' ? '' '?'? - FLOUR — £9' to £9 5s per ton MAIZE — Outlook much, brighter 2b 7d to 2s 10i CHAFF — Plentiful, £i 10's to £4 15e'p'er ton BARLEY— 3s 6d BRAN — Easy, 10|-d to lid . POLLARD-Easy, 91d to 9|d O' ATS— Seed 2a 9d to 3s ? Feed j 2s: 6d to 2d 9'd ONIONS— Prime scarce, £4 10s to £o 0a per ton? _ ^ HAY— -Oaten, £5 10s to £5 15 s; Lucerne,' 1 £5 to £6' 10's POTATOES — £3 Ss to £3 5s , POULTRY'— jFair Demand Fowls 2s 0d to' 3s 0'd;' ducks, 2s 6d to 3s 3d; geese, 3s to 4a 6d per pair Turkeys 3s 6d to 8s, per pair EGrGS — Marked glutted s 6d SALT—...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Produce Markets SYDNEY. William Inglis -5fc Son's Report PRIME OATEN HAY— Per owl/- 4s Od to 4s 6d f Medium and inferior, 3s Od to 3s 6d PRIME OATEN CHAEE-Per cwt, 4s Od to 4s 6d ; Medium and inferior, 3s 3d to 3s 9d LUCERNE HAY — Per cwt, 3s Od to 4s 6d STRAW— per cwt 2s 3d to 2s 7d MAIZE— Per bushel, 2s 5'd to 2s 8d WHEAT — Per bushel, 3s Od to 3s 3d SUCKING PIGS— Each, 3s 9d to 6s M COCK TURKEYS -Per pair, 6s Od to 9s 6d; Hens, 3s 9d to1 4s 3d 1 GEESE — 4s Od to 4s 6d per pair DUCKS — 3s 3d to 4s 9d per' pair FOWLS— 2s 3d to 3s lOd per pair FACTORY BUTTE ft— Is 0d to Is l|d per lb; Dairy Butter, 0k; lid to Is Id per lb; Pastry Butter, 8d:to 9jd' EGGS— Dozen, 6d to 7|d BACON— Per lb, 4|d to*5|d. CHKESE— per lb 2|d to 3^d PORK— per lb Carcase, 2|d to 4d Milch cows — Moderate supply, good quality sold reaauy ac gooa prices, xae ureas- up oitne arougnt has caused aa improvement in good dry cattle, prices for fat cows fully maintained at last week's quotations. . . Calves --Supply was...

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