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

Q AM PBE'LLTOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEG-'E. ' Head.' Master:' j E3D' (Prizeman,' and late Principal of Business College Assisted by an efficient Staff. - A BO AEDING SCHOOL esfablislied on the most approved English and American systems,' where, in1 addition to a high -class gersral education, boys re ceive a thorough commercial mning. Specialities — SHORTHA1N D, TYPEWRITING-, BOO li KEEP ING, MODERN LANGUAGES, and the tech nicalities of actua business routine, by a gentleman of great commercii.l experience. Splendid playing grounds of 4 . acres. Gyr:nastic exercise. All' HOME COMPORTS.- Spe* attention paid to' delicate boys: Preparation all University ex aminations- Highest references. Terms moderate o meet times. Apply for Prospectus at once. Number of boarders limited. Pension ffancaise. Heiitsclie Eeaisehuw. Pension# italiand. - tjgf DAY' PUPILS a.id WEEKLY BOARDERS ' fro'm a distance are A), lowed paht op their bail WAy ok team fabb, and the class*, s are arranged t...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) The Late Drought. Brisbane, 30th September. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

'Correspondence. (To the Editor.) Tie Late Drought Brisbane, 30th September. Dear Sir, — I see in the Brisbane papers foil accounts of the bad times in N, S. Wales — dear old Camden included, — all put down to the dry weather, and that at last the people of Camden had determined to put aside one day for rain. Camden by all accounts — I read your paper with much avidity — has suffered severely, and the dairymen appear to have had a hard time of it.' Fortunately, however, you have now been blessed wit&' copious rains, and your prayers answered. Now,- I want to know what day your com munity propose, naming for. a ' Thanks giving Day — I will be happy to assist. The proceeds should go for to Carrineton Hospital. Yours, &c., A# old Camden Boy.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. Fire. Fire. Fire. MERCANTILE MUTUAL * ' INSURANCE CO Y., LTD. The Leading Fire Company in . JST.S.W. t . Head Office, ' ' 120 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, KELSO KING-, Secretary. 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, &c. Policies cover all losses by bush fires and lightn ing, in addition to the ordinary risk from fire. For full particulars, &o., apply to W. H NORMAN, District Agent, Picton,

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APLONKEPHALIA. "THAT COW" [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

APLONKEPHALIA 'THAT COW,' 3By Eoylance/ ' The way: of the plotter is hard,' and we found the above remark too true ; we had taken a hearty dislike to 'That Co w4' trying our persuasive powers to have her taken to the sale. We were told 'she would make a good 'un,' but we were unable to persuaile J.S. to take some poor cows to sell and to include ' That Cow.' After ' diligently studying' the stock sales and the. newspapers, . we were joyful to know that good. cows. were selling very well, and then we began to gain ground,. We said 'Orange' would bring ^10, and ' That Cow' ought to fetch about 12 — 'with us., twelve meant, shillings, and so we were able to induce J S. to collect a herd of cows, ' That Cow' included. The evening before the cows departed, J.S, was again missing from the kitchen, and I visited the special paddock., and witnessed the last fare well by the owner of ' That C'w.' So we had a good night s rest, and 1 dreamt that 'That Cow' was being bailed up, and that 50 qua...

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

SAWDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Eoreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, !S78. Awarded . Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1RR? : Acknowledged by Medical Clinics omversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple' distillation, forming crude rejinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Yolatilo Eucalypti Extract, which 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 take': — 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. M osier, Director of the Medical Clinic a...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Forthcoming Engagements. Auction Sales :— Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Messrs ? ?????? ' R, H. and J. E. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Camden Mounted Rifles : — Oct. 5, Half-day parade at 2.30 p m , Mounted ; Oct. 14 and 16 Two night drills, 8 p.m.; Oct. 19, Drill ' order, 2 p.m., Field Firing ; Nov. 16, O. C's Inspection, 11. a.m., Review Order; Dec. 7, 5 day's training 2.30 p.m., Drill Order. Masonic Lodge :— Friday, Oct, A, Monthly meet ' ing 7.45 p.m. . Royal Fwiuiestebs : — Oct. 7. Fortnightly meet' ing 7.30 p.m. Government Land Sales : — Campbelltown Oct. i 30. 1 Revision Court ; — At the Court House, Camden, ? Saturday, October 19, at 10 a.m. ? Licensing Court:— At Camden Court- House, s ' . ? Saturday, October 12,. at 11 a.m. . Camden A. H and I Society : — Annual meeting, Friday, October 25, at 3,30 p.m., at School of Arts. : i : ; Camden Philharmonic Society ;— Annual meet ing at School of Arts, Monday, October 7, at 7.30 p,m. Camden...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

RELIGIOUS SERVICES, Church of England. - Camden— at 7.30 a m, Holy Communion ? ' Camden — 'at 11 a.m., Rev J. F. Russell. Westbrook— at 11 a.m, Rev C. J. King. ? Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle— at 3 p.m, Mr. G. Onslow Moreton Park— at 3 30 p m, Rev C. J. King Theresa Park— at 3.30 p.m, Mr. F. W. A. Downes Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. F, Russell Cobbitty— at 11 a.m., Rev GL H. Allnutt, Karelian— at 3 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. Wesleyan. ' Thanksgiving for a gracious rain immediately following prayer,' Special Hymns, Anthems, Sermon in each of the places. ; Camden— at 11 a.m., Mr. B. Proctor ' ' ? Camden— at 7 30 p,m, Rev W. Wall Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Cawdor — at 7 p.m, - r Glenmore— at 11 a m, Rev W. Wall Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Westbrook— at 2 30 p,m, Mr. F. Whiteman Picton— at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley Campbelltown— at 3 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor Roman Catholic Camden— Mass at 9 and 11 a.m, Evening devotion at 7-30. ' Oaks — Mass at 11 . .

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

Camden Municipal Council, The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council of Camden, was held on Wednesday., Mr. Aiderman Reeves in the absence of the Mayor, (Aldermau Noakes) presided. The following Aldermen were present:-— G, Cleveland, J. D. Rankin, C. T, White man, J.P., W. C. Furner, J.P,, J. Frier, and E.G. Griffiths. The minutes of the last meeting of the Council were read and confirmed. The following accounts were received and passed for payment : — M, Kelly, £3 6s j P. Fuchs, £1 9s 9d; Arbitrators, £l 10s ; Camden News, £2 18s 6d ; Auditors, £2 2s ; Council Clerk, £7 Is 8d ; G. Watson, £2 7s 1 6d ; S, Smart, 10s; Mr. Sharkey, £5 5s j J. Lod^e, £6; Mr. Peters £8. Total £40 10s 5d. There was no correspondence to place before the Council. Water Supply. The acting Mayor stated that there was no further developments in this matter to report, The proposed deputation to Sydney had not yet taken place. Alderman J. D. Rankin : We may as well drop the subject altogether for th...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

LOCAL NOTES The residents of Camden and district wilj read with regret that our worlhy and estimable townsman and Mayor, Mr. James Noakes, will shortly sever his connection with the township of Camden. 'VVe under stand that Mr. Noakes has entered into partnership in the extensive wholesale and ? T ? ? ~-C Tl/T„ XWUttlJ. UULUJJ.UJ.J UUOillUBB UJ. J-tlX. uuxm Mahoney of Granville. Mr. Noakes has won for himself the esteem of all sections of the community, by his urbanity and strict integrity of purpose, There is scarcely any society formed in Camden, havingfor its object the well being and pros : , perity of the district, but, that Mr. Noak^s's ? name will be found on the list, and that, as ; a worker in earnestness. As an Alderman v h' and Mayor, Mr. Noakes has filled the re sponsible duties with great zeal. However much we may regret Mr. Noakes's departure from the district, we must express the wish-, —?which unquestionably will be re-echoed by all-^that his future career may be cro...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 3 October 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER Extract from Dorothy's letter to the Editor:-" Not a single letter, from any of my little friends this week. Now I am very much displeased."

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

-. BSMMOUS SEEVIQBS. Church if England. Camden— at 11 a.m., ReV 0. J. King, (h.c.)1 .?Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King. Menangld— at 7.30 p. m, Rev J. F. Russell . Westbrook — at 11 a.m, Rev J. F, RusseH . Theresa Park— at 3; 3b p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J, King Cabramatta— Confirmation at 11 a.m., The MoBt Rev the Primate _ ' Cobbitty— at 3 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. - Karelian' — at 7 p:m.J' Rev G. H. Alluutt. . The Most Keverehd the Primate will' hold cbn'-' firmations at St Thomas's Nareilan. Saturday Octobfer 12th at noon. Holy Innocent's Cabramatta Sunday October 13that 11 a m.' r .* -? ?y Primitive. Camden— at l;l a m-, Rev R. Mowbray Camden— at 7' p.my Mr. Atkinson TBob's Range— at 3 p.m, Mr. H. Dousti Minto— at 7 30 p.m., Rev R. Mowbray Menangle — at 3 p.m., Rev R. Mowbray : 'Wesleyari. Camden — at 11 a.m;, Rev W. Wall Camden— at 7 30 p/m, Mr.! H. Bevis -flaw-dor — at'2.30'D.m. Mr. H. Bevis Cawdor — at 7 p-m, . G-lenmore — at il am, Mr. H. Bevis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

!Hords^o^tti, r M^cPherson and Coy, Sydney, for Ploughs ahd Agricultural Machinery. /( j In the Supreme Court V v I, df New Bouth Wales, L * y Ptbbate1 Jurisdiction.) . r ..., In the' Will of Mary Ann' Ohaitbell, late.jof Camden, in the , Colony of I?e\v Soutifi WaleB,' 'widow, deceased. ' / V'. PPLlCATIOitf will b6 n&cffe dlfcer fourteen days . Zi. froxq the publicatiotffhGreof that Probate of the last Will of thfc abov^rnanje'd deoeased^may bsi...^ granted to .Robert Simpson/ of L6wishah£ 'Free* « holder, aiid Ell-?n Simpson, of the .same place, wife,, of, the said Robert Siinpson,, tthe Executor and' Executrix named in the sajd Will. FREDERIC JROBISON COWPER; \ Proctor for Applicants, - 19 Post Office Chambers, Pitt Street, Sydney. In' the Supreme Court V- H of l^ew S'outh Wales, -; t » r. Probate Juri&dictitm/T' ?, , ? t' la' th$ Will of George' Bradley, late of near Camden,^ in. the Colony, of New South ? ''Scales, ll-eeilfolder, deceased. APPLICATION will b^ma^...

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A New Forage Plant. SACALINE. (Polygonum Sacalinense) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

A. JSew Forage SAC ALINE. ^Polygonum Sacalinense) (Bt Heebert J. Sumsey, Bailee's Cebebi.) Of new forage plants there is no end. The last eomes with a great flourish of trumpets. The English and American seed firms give the following description of it, which I think should, be tak§n cum gmno salts : — Perfectly hardy even in Siberia ; flourishes in the ; Indies 2 requires no ploughing before plant ing ; no cultivation, no manuring, no re- ; planting; roots penetrate deep into the soil ; ; onoe planted stands for over; endures: severest droughts with impunity; grows in ?poorest soils, luxuriates in wet lands.; thrives were no other forage plant will grow ; young shoots and leaves eaten as a vegetable; stems and leaves green and dry, greatly re lished by cattle sheep, or horses ; more nutri tious than clover or lucerne; gives three and four cuttings per year; produces 20 to ISO: tons green forage per acre ; grows 14ft. high in about 4 months ; excellent soil enricher, planted at any t...

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A NEW CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

A NEW -CROP. Considering the low prices (ruling for ?cereals, .and the difficulty in finding a snarket for other crops, we would commend farmers to turn their attention to the icultiv .ation of the sunflower as ,a regular crop, .chiefly for the production of its splendid table ou. Aithofugh potash and a fibre can be .^obtained from its stalk, or a dye and honey jfiSom. its blossoms, or tobacco 'made from its leaves,, or its seeds used .for the poultry \ -yard or the table, yet the Australian farmer .will probably find that only as an oil producing crop can it be grown profitably, jtn Southern Hussia, where the saimmer heat : is intense, it is grown on a very large scale .; 1 ? (there on the black-soil plains it thrives wonderfully. In the West Indies and many other countries, its growth has been very ?successful. The sunflower thrives best at a ' temperature somewhat about and above a daily mean of 68 deg requiring in faet very much the same climatic conditions as .tobacco. Any ordi...

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Agricultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Agricultural Items. Ailing pigs are often quickly restored to Ibealth by simply putting a trough, of wet «and in their sty.. It Haas been calculated that an average v «rop of -the United States removes 1,476,904 Vj itons of potash from the soil. Light sandy soils and peaty soils, as a rule are very deficient in potash, and will jaot; therefore, grow first-class crops of potatoes, barley., maize, sorghum, fruit, clover, jpeas, ; vbeans, aud other potash-loving plants with '..oot good dressings of potash. The Chief Inspector of Forests, states that the prickly pear has been tried for feeding cattle and pigs with satisfactory results* The process of preparation is to boil the pear to almost a pulp and then add a little bran and pollard. EiSect of bones on dairy farms.. — As an ?evidence of the great value of .a dressing of ?bone duat upon dairy farms, we have the ? testimony of an English agricultural writer ?of high repute, who says that since bone ananui es have been applied to the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Holdsworth, Macpheraon and Coy;, Sydney, for Ploughs 'and Agricultural Machinery^ THE FARMS, Eastwood and-y^rkliam, near ' Bringolly, are, now let. ? sJr f 3rd Oct. 1895. 1 ' A. .v ? ? ' ? ? / - : :r . . fTJOR SALE BY PU$llG AUCTION, ' ? ) TUESDAY NEXT, 15th INSTANT, by /l / ' MB.. R. H. INGtilS,/ / // ^=~ The whole of the excellent Household ^Furniture, Pianparid effects of MR. JAMES ^NOAKES,' of Camden, who is shortly leaving the district^' . At the same time will be sold the Sociable, Horse. Harness, &c. ' 'v:' Sale to commence at 12 o'clock (noon},

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

SANDER & SOMS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics -j Diversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous ails. In order that these crude oil g may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division ! of the Prussian GJ-overni&ent to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take : — * It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifewald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shu'lz, Professor of Phar macology. at Bonn, and . Professor Dr. M osier, Director of .the Medi...

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District News. The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

District News. The Oaks, [PBOM OTTU COBBE3PONDENT.] . A deputation of gentlemen of this dis^ trict intend waiting on the Minister for Lands to-day (Thursday,) urging the im portance of the Government resuming a portion of land for stock reserve, At the present time there is no water reserve for cattle in this growing and extensive district. The deputation will be introduced by the member of the district, Mr. Charles Bull, A cricket match was played here on Saturday last, between The Oaks and Nareilan cricket clubs, and resulted in a draw in favour of the local team, who were prevented from winning by the call of time. . ;Th'e following are the scores ;-*? . ? ,/ ! Oaks. ! F. Farley, not out . , . . , . , y 114- ? . I J. McEwan, b McEwan ........ 62 i \ Sundries 19 j ' Total for I wicket 195 j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. In a recent lecturc at the Royal Institution, Dr. B W. Richardson says that the sleep of health is dreamless. ' Dreams,' says Shakespeare, ' are children of an idle brain.' If 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 P To this the doctor savs '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 of letters containing this affirmation, almost in identical words : I was worse tired in the morning than when 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 prevent a person from worki...

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NARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Narblun, E. Smith, c Taylor b Littlewood 8 -. H, Crisp, cG. I)unn b Farley . . 2 French, b Devitt ? 10 Britton, b Devitt ? ...... 22 C. Smith, run out. 4 1 W. Buckle, stumped Pcvitt .... ; 28 - A. E. Moore, c Gueriu b John Devitt ? ? ? 26 Tangye, not out ? ? , , . . 4 t!lissold. not out 3 ^ ?Total for seven wickets- 106

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