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A Millionaire's Feast. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

A Millionaire's Feast. According to the 'Figaro ' a dinner was ? recently given, by M. Rodman Wanamaker, which savours more of the Arabian Nights than Paris in the nineteenth century. The guests it appears were each provided with a carriage and pair to take them to the Bois de Boulogne and to fetch them home. The room was decorated with rich orchids of rare value amongst which peeped the tiny globules of electric light. Fountains were arranged on purpose with rock work and pyramids of ice to cool the air. At dinner each guest was served with a separate dish - — that is to say, a whole salmon, a'whole leg of lamb, a huge basket of grapes and: peaches; and a double magnum, of champagne, besides other wines w as put be fore each guest. When dessert was put oh the table a silken bag was carried round by two maidens, in which each guest plunged ' his hand and helped himself to a present in ? memory of the dinner. Each gift was of great value, among which we may mention sleeve links of pr...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

0ofcbitty; fFJROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,] The annual report of the cricket seasons ending 1894-5 ehofas that the Cobbitty C,C, has been fairly successful, winning© matches out of 12 in 1894, and 0 out of 9 in 1895. Much credit is due to Mr, George Barter of Camden (a member of the O. C, C,) since its formation, and desreves much praise for the able and liberal member in which he has assisted the club and presenting them with a splendid bat, Mr, Barter holds the post of honor in winning the batting average 2 years in succession (without competing for Trophies) and second to that excellent batstnan Mr. W. Farquhar of the Camden 0. Club, The following are the averages and trophies 1894 Bowling Arthur Clissold 6.08 J, Hunter ,,, 6,55 Alfred Clissold ... ^ 7.75 Presented by Mr. J. Frier, silver watch chain won by Arthur Clissold, Presented by W. Porter silver Mounted pipe wop by J. Hunter, Battino Arthur Clisseld 9.27 J, Hunter ... 8.13 Presented by George Barter silver medal, Won by Art...

Publication Title: Camden News
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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Burragorang, 2nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Burragorang, 2nd October. Dear Dorothy, — I am a little boy, eight ? . years old. I never see any letters from ; boys, so I thought I would write you a letter, ; to let you see all the little boys are not afraid to write to you. I really do not know what to say ; I have no pets to tell you about, bnt ffiv little brother has a nrettv r»ony. I am „tv. ; in hopes of having a ride on it when it is Iv; o lien in. My little sister, Daisy, has a little pet dog; he has no tail, and is very fond of ©gps. I have several pretty chickens, but a nasty hawk came to-day and took one pretty white chicken away in his claws. I remain, yours truly, : Cecil. Burragorang, October 2nd. Dear Dorothy, — I am a little boy, ten years of age, I am just going to write a - shdrfT'letter to yo6 to ask you to kindly put a little boy's suit in your paper ; I have seen Bome very pretty dresses for little girls, and .mother says if you put in a suit for a little v boy,- she will make me one like i...

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Bob's Rangf. fFEOM OTJR OWN CORRESPONDENT,] On Wednesday last a very pretty and interesting wedding took place at Bob s Kanjre, the contracting parties being Miss Esther Small (second youngest daughter of Mr, John Small, of this place) and Mr,. John Chasling, of Leet's Vale, Hawkesbury River.: The bride looked very charming, dressed in hailstone cream muslin, trimmed with white lace, and carrying a bouquet in hand. Misses M. Brown;, Minna Cotton,' Annie. Grigg and Elizabeth Small waited upon the bride, while Mr, Jonothan Small acted as groomsman. The wedding cere mony was performed by the Rev, R, Mowbray, after which the party repaired to an adjoining room, splendidly laid out, to partake of all the good things prepared by the friends and relatives of the bride. The bride and bridegroom left on their honey moon trip to Penrith, thence to Hawkesbury River, carrying with them many good wishes for their future happiness, ? The recent rains have greatly changed the aspect of the distric...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

-Lawn Tennis. On Saturday afternoon last, a brilliantly i « contested match. took place in Camden be tween Dr. Bell, Dr. Morton, Messrs Maddox, and Farquhar of the Camden Union Club, i -: and Messrs W. Morton, Miller, Fiddian and Neilly, of Sydney, when the visitors won, - after a close and exciting finish, by 40, games to 38. This, doubtless, was the best contested game yet played in Camden. Mr. W. M. Hughes officiated as umpire, in ' which capacity he gave every satisfaction. Miss Hughes and Miss Morton provided , ' afternoon^bea for players and visitors. Scores annexed : — »: Miller and Fiddian beat Farquhar and Maddox # _ 6-4 Bell and Farquhar beat Miller and Fiddian 6-2 Morton And Maddox beat Neilly and Morton 6-5 Neilly and Morton beaf Morton and Maddox 6-3 Neilly and Morton beat Bell and Farquhar 6-1 Bell and Farquhar beat Neilly and Morton 6-2 Morton and Maddox beat Miller and Fiddian 6-5 Miller and Fiddian beat Morton and Maddox 6-5

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

Notes. ' Whereas -it is deemed fitting that thei inhabitants of New South Wales should testify thei£ thankfulness to Almighty God for His great mercy in sending the welcome rain with which the colony has recently been blest; all Her Majesty s subjects are iiivited to observe the day appointed (Sun day, October 6th) as one of special Thanks giving to Almighty. God for His great Mercy in delivering the colony from the suffering and loss attending a long continued drought,' Such is the copy of the pro clamation issued by His Excellency, The Hon. Sir F; M. Darleyj Lidutenaiit Governor of this colonyi Sunday last, in Camden and district, was . accordingly a l)ay of Thanksgiving) At all the churches and chapels appropriate sermons were preached, and at the Camden Wesley an Church special Anthems were rendered. There were large congregations at the various Places bf Worship. Great peace now fills the hearts of the people. The late drought has been something fearful to contemplate; and it #...

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POETRY. Old Sayings and Truisms. [Continued from our last issue, October 3rd.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

, POETRY. Old Sayings and Truismsi By William S. Aitkejt.. ' [Continued from cfur last issue, October 3rdi] .. . Seeking sdrrow is a siii ; ' , AXho runs best is sure to win j ? Longest joys \Von't l.ist for ever ; . Make the most of every day ; True content hath no decay ; Youth jLnd beauty lime doth Sever: Lite we ltnovv is but a span ; -; Use time wisely while ive can ; livery station has its trouble ; Murm' ring o'er things will iiot mend } Longest lanes must have an, 6nd j - Vicio us frailties fools employ, ; Wisdom only tastes true joy ; . . .v . : The poet with his thrilling strain / ?; Iuspires Hope and Subdues pain ; . Sunbeams of the showers lire brightest j' ? Every cloud will pass awily ; Darkest night will turn to day ;* ? lioving h.earts are ever lightest,; . ' . ..? Fretful fears bring dark desp&ii'j ?i There is balm for every care ; J-Jappinoss was born a twin, ? ?? Too much ease leads off to sin Falsehood's old but Truth is young, Scaiidal strains the health...

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

Holdsworth, $£»cpherson and Coy., Sydney for. ! ;» v JPlo^ghs and Agricjil«urftl Machinery. .

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The Dean Case. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

[?] The I3ean case baffles the Wit bf man. With every ' fresh development of this singularly sensational mystery the public mind is flooded with fresh doubt and un certainty. Until the full light of day is thrown on the stories which are afloat and the insinuations which are freely scattered, the Dean mystery will Remain an eniema to the end. 'The Attorney-General in regard to the Dean case makes a perfectly unre* served and circumstantial statement of his I position in the matter as introduction to the | equally circumstantial declaration of Sir j Julian Salomons; who was the source whence ! the Attorney-General obtained his inform ation. The statement of Sir Julian Salomons, is that some days after the release of Bean Mr, Meagher, being at Sir J ulian*s chambers to consult him about a matter indirectly arising from the case; was led in the course of conversation to volunteer the information that he ' absolutely knew the guilt of his Client-. Being questioned as to what he meant by...

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

QAMBBELliTOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL and COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Head Master : JE31- « OHLiI'V'EIR* (Prizeman, and late Principal of Business College - Assisted by, an efficient Staff. ? . A BOARDING SCHOOL established on the most approved English, and American systems, where, in addition to a high ? class gereral education, boys re ceive a thorough commercial -fining. Specialities— SHORTHA&D, TYPEWRITING, BOOK. KEEP ING, MODERN LANGUAGES, and the tech nicalities of actua business routine, bp a gentleman of great commereiU experience. Splendid playing grounds of 4 acres. Gymnastic exercise. . All HOMB COMPORTS. Spevt 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. 4 Tension francaise . Deutsche Healschuic, Tensione italiana . DAY PtJPILS aads WEEKLY BOARDERS from a distance are Ai, lowed part op their eail way oe tram PAEif, and the classes are arranged...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS. SXBNEr: Wtt.t.taut Inglis & So^'s Rmronai ' EGGS— Dozen, B|d to 7^d . BAbON— Per lb, 4d to 6d ' 'CHEESE— per lb 3|d to 4d . PRIME OATEN HA:'?— Per . bwt; 4s 8d to is - 0d 5 Medium and inferior, 3s 3d to 4s 0d PRIME OATEN CHAFF— Per .owt, 4s (3d to 4fi ; Medium and inferior, 3s 3d to 3s lOd . 4UCERNE HAY— Per cwt; 3s Od to 4s 0d . STRAW — per cwt 2s 6d to 3s Od MAIZE— Per bushel, 2s 5d to 2s 7& WHEAT — Per biishel; 2s 6d to 2s 0d SUCKING PIGS— Each, 3s 0d to 5s 6d ( . COCK TURKEYS— Per jiair, 6s Od to ds 3d; ? liens, 4s Od to Ss 3d GEESE— 4s 3d to 5s 6dper pdir - DUCKS — 3s 6d to 4s 9d per pair FOWLS — 2s 6d to 3s lOd per pair FACTORY BUTTE ft— Is Od to Is Ojd per lb; Dajry Butter, 0s 9d td Is Od per lb; Pastry Butter, 6d to 8d Jifcilch Cows.— There wai3 a moderate supply. Fbi: prime animals a brisk deiriand, and they went to' high figures, riot much improvement for other sorts. Dry cattle were brisk; arid Fat cattle went very high. Calves.— Prime wer...

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

IS NO HOME EXEMPT? Attack on a Tam worth Lady. How it occurredr^ber description of the circum-. stances, aqd the overwhelming testimony of prominent witnesses, Mrs, M^tjiesqu's statement of tbip ferocious attack is so extraordinary that some readers might think it incredible, or that she was deceived bv appearances, but her lamentable condition was ad mitted by her local doctor, and corroborated by the physician in charge q,t the Electric Baths in, Sydney, a^d her sufferings were witnessed by all of her immediate frieqds and neighbours. Conse quently it is not to be wondered at that our inter viewer left her thoroughly .convinced of the. truth of her statements, which should' be placed before the public. In fact what she suffered and endured —her narrow escape from death — is the talk of the town, and.hpr home has been besieged by friends offering congratulations. Her own statement, ? m£(,de July 16th, 1894 : 'It is now five years since I had occasion to use any kind of medicine, ha...

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Camden Philharmonic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Camden PJrilharmonic Society/ The annual meeting of this Society was held on Monday evening last at the School of Arts, There was a very small attendance of the members of the society. The Rev O, J, King, M.A., openpied the chair, who expressed regret that there was so an appareq t want of interest on the part of the public in the Philharmonic Society, and trusted that in the coming session that more interest would be taken, and that a large addition of members would result, Mr. King stating . that unless more interest was token in the affairs of the society that it would assuredly collapse, which would be a great loss to the township and to the musical portion of the community, More members of the orphestra were much needed, The balance sheet for the year ending the 30th September was. read and confirmed. The receipts of the society including subscriptions, donations and proceeds of the concerts, amounted to the sum of £49 19s 6d. The expenses £49 12s Id, leaving a balance m hand o...

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

gGLIfHCkl} FERGUSON & GOi, SADDLE AND HARNESS MANU FACTURERS, 167 SUSSEX STREET; SttiNEYi . V ? 6 CHEAPEST SADDLE AND HARNESS ? IN THE CITY. s- Park Saddle; piir dwri zrl^lces.; plaiecl tree; best nttirig; wi% solid nickle irons, Colonial or English knee pads, 69s 6d Best Stock Saddle; plated tree, best fittings, o5s ^ Coirimon Saddle; substantially made, complete 39s 6d. These saddles ate guaranteed all hand made Spring- cart Harness from 70s ? Plough Harness complete, 31s Gd , ; Leading Harness complete, 4dl Cart Harness complete, 70s. : All goods over the Valie of -10s,seritby rail free; ? . .Iloldswotth, Macphersoh arid Co'yv Sydney, for PWughs Rnd Agricultural- Machinery- '? r ? .v ? . ? . ; i SEASON— 189S Blonds, Blouses, i Are again to the front and qfiiit© &e fas'hioi of day.1 [ ? \ We .woulcl desire to intimate to the Ladies of Camden and the surrounding District^, that , LARGEST and CHOICEST assortment in Caftideri is now on! view at I)avid Doust's Argyll S...

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

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

Menangle, [FEOM oxm OWN (JOBBE8PONDENT. '| I (Cawdor Cricket Club played their first I match with the Menangle C.O., on Satur day last. The Menangle captain winning i the toss, put Cawdor to the wickets. C. Dnnk, H. Dowle« and T). J, English being most successful, Dunk and Dowle 15 each, -English 12. For the Menangle team, T Hickey 10, V. Rudd 9! The match proved an easy win for Cawdor, total 72, whilst Menangle scored 51, For Cawdor, W, Dowle took 5 wickets tor 20 runs, F. Dowle 3 for 10, W, Crick 1 for 6, and E, Dengate I for 3, On Monday last a match was played between the Douglas Park ' and Menangle C,C's„ and resulted in a win for Menangle by six wickets, Mr. A, Wetherill, on be half of Douglas Park, scored 23 in the first innings and 27 in the second innings, Mr. Baxter scoring (not put) 18 in the second innings, J, Hickey took 8 wickets for 39 and T, Jones 4 for 25, The principal bai ting for Menangle wai3 by Mr, J, Hickey, 10 for the first innings and 16 (not out) for the se...

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

Jfarellan, [From ottr own Correspondent,] Monday last being Eight Hour Day was observed as a holiday out here, a number of the local folks went as far asDonohoe's Caves where a picnic was held and other out door amusements were indulged in. The local Band of Hope feociety held their usual monthly meeting on Monday evening last, when a number of recitations &c , were given after an interesting address from the Rev G. H. Allnutt. The Nareilan cricketers journeyed to The Oaks on Saturday last, to carry out their, engagement with that club . I understand that our fellows enjoyed their trip more than they did the leather hunting they wore treated to by The OakB cricketers, who knocked a tall score and then declared their innings closed, with the hope of getting Nareilan out in time to win on the first innings, the result however was a draw in favour of The Oaks team. The following Nareilan players hfive been selected to play against Cawdor 0, C. on Saturday next ;-tr-H. French, W...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Camden- Postal, information-. Arrivals trom':'; Rrownlow Hill — 11, .30 a.m. daily Mount Hunter. — Noon daily -Liverpool— 7.25r p.m, Mondays to iTricfayls', on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m/ Karelian — 11.35 a.m' daily and 7. 25 p.' m from Moc£ days to' Fridays, on Saturdays a%:7.52 plih Campbelltown — - ditto' ditto' Granville— ditto' ditto' ' Sydney— ditto ditto' Mails1 close for BrownlbVv Hill — Noondaiiy Moiint Hunter— 12.20 p.m daily Liverpool— 8.35 a. m daily Nareilan— 8:3&'a. m; and 2. 20 p. ni. daily ?Campbelltown,— r8/35 a.m, and 2.20 p. in 'daily Granville — 8-35 a. nv and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — S; 35' aim; and 5.50 p.m daily:.* ' T.P .0. Soiith'— 5.50' pan daily. (Sunday's' ex cepted.) '

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R. C. Social and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

K. C- Social 'and Dance, The above which eventuated in the Mounted Rifle Hall on Wednesday week last was pronounced by all who attended, to be one of the best and most enjoyable events of the, season. Financially too, it was a great success, no doubt, this was due considerably to the committee of ladies who had the undertaking of the whole affair with the Rev Father Kickham at the helm. There is no gainsaying the | fact that whenever a number of ladies put their heads together, anything they under-; take to do, is done, and done in a manner satisfactory to themselves and to everyone else. The tea took place at the end of the hall — which was screened off with flags-rr-at 6.30. The tables were very tastefully and artistically laid, with an abundance of eat ables of almost every description. I'he ladies who had charge of different tables were ; Misses Hughes and Dabishey, Miss Reilly and Miss Reedy , Mrs Carroll, Miss Oomyns and Miss Bugden, Mrs Nesbitt and Miss Bruckhauser, Mrs W. Ri...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Forthcoming Engagements. Auction' Sales Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday,, fronr 2 p.m:; at .Messrs R, IT. and J. E. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. R.- H. Inglis, sale piano, furniture sociable, horse &c., at Mr. James Noakes Camden, '? Tuesday next at 12 o'clock. Camden' Mounted Rifuss : — 'Ocfef 14- and lj& Two night' drills, 8' p. mi ; Occ. 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 pim.j Drill-Order. Royal Forresters : — Oct. 2i. Fortnightly meet ing-7.30 p;.m. Government Land Sai.es Campbell town Oct. ; 30. _ ?_ .. ' Revision Court':— At the Court Housed Camden, Saturday, October 19', at 10. a.m; Licensing t Court : — At( Camden' Court House, Saturday, October' 12, ?? at 11 a'.nij at Ca'mpbell town on the 19th' at maim. Camden A. H aud I Sociklir Anniml mteeting, Friday', October'2o, at 3f;3&'p;m;- at' School of Arts. Menangle PHimiRMoNib' .. Sociei?^':— Co...

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