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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

Correspondence. (To the Editor . ) S:pt,-— About three months ago, a large number of young flowering plants, including purchase bulbs, were destroyed by two calves which I believe to have been deliber^ ately turned into my garden for the sake of the grasB plots and which were certainly taken out after doing the damage, unless they jumped a five foot paling fence to get out. This morning I find a wire net fence dividing part of the flower garden broken down, aind a number of plants, some of them valuable ones and just about to burst iqto blossom, either eaten down to the ground or trampM into it by calves, I am sure every one in this town who have been trying to raise flowering plants this year will under-: stand and sympathise with my feelings in this matter.. Will those wIiq have the. power to do so, while of course trying to avoid giving unnecessary' trouble to any one, enforce the municipal byelaws and protect the townspeople ? Yours, -fec.,

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

idftk t&SSi ®ffi3 135V Vho largest and most complnte »tra Hi Ka Catalogue of Seeds, Plants, liulbs . H ES fiS Sand Fruit Trees that has over been fflin mm 18 Ejnuhlishccl hits been .issued by tlve m iP B3 raw«» known srbd Merchants. , RsH-ffl 19 Bl jaU.HOllTONftCOMPAN Y.HAY-ST. fVfFf tm HAYMAKKHT.SYDM KV. Write for -mr WW Of Hi.i, ».||l uml ttiwwt fun. - AH Seeds perfectly souud, and may ,be .obtained at our local Agent, A. STUCKEY x ' Hits the mark ! fct ^^eve:ry time, : ftffl \l m/4 ' ^'P|^P|THE tREAT ; OF PAIN. ? , .ft*'*- ' ' NEVER FAILS.] s; ? ; ^ ? ? ' : THE 7 ! ' CAMDEN NEWS, -with which is incorporated - 'THE CAMDEN TIMES' .[Estabushed 1880.] -.ADVERTISEHS will find their interests best . served by availing themselves of our columns, and ? $hgraby secure the GREATEST PUBLICITY. ?' M J - -STUD ADVERTISEMENTS,. ,? HAiSpecial Feature and Low Rates charged for en®, ? ? ? two, or thr«e months advertisements. . - THE CAMDEN' EEWS the Best, and Most Extensively . Read Paper...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 10 October 1895

LOCAL NOTES. Dogs must be registered before' the 14th of the present month. The' police ifltQnd' to prosecute those who have not registed their dogs. Forms may be' obtained from A; Stuckey, Boot Makei1,- Argyle Street.*' During the quarter ending September 30th the district Kegisfrar of Oatnvl on' reports that there were 6 marriages; bir'hs, 15 males and 13 females ; deaths, II males and .1 female. ^ ... Senior-constaMe Nies is being removeil . . to_ Picton, During Lis residence at he made, hioisslf .exceedingly popular. The beneficent rain has' put a different ' face on nature already. Instead of the dirty [| russet brown of the paEiti few months,- the verdure is verdant, and the spring though' '? late ia now smiling upon us. [i The Australian week of self- denial'of the I Salvation Army realised £13,7 6,0. New i. Zealand enthusiasts denied fihemselvea'to the i extent of £2750. Victoria next/ their N. S/ W.,- and Tasmania last. It is understood thai; the attempt; oi the New South W...

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

SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. Golden Fleece, Manufactured only by tlie Australian Soap and v GiNDlrE WonKs,- Camperdown, near Sydney. PURE AND PERFUMEI). 41b BAR Is. ; i, The Australian Soap Company commends this v brand. Possessing all the ingredients foi Washing ? Bleaching, and Perfuming, without injuring, the texture of Clothing aent to tie Laundry, Each bar about 41bs. Price lsv One trial will prover its value.- Sold by all large ^'Storekeepers. - .'THE UNIVERSAL PERFUME* itMoa€ delightful, ? Most refreshing , Most lasting, Most popular, ^ Most for your snoneyV FOR THB HANDKERCHIEF j^DRESSING-TABia ANE- BATH. More Sprightly and - Invigorating: than' Cologne^ Murray & Lmmii's FLORIDA WATER ' Ask your Druggist or Perfumer for it„ Beware of Counterfeits' or Cheap' Substitutes. M. MOSS & CO. WYNYA'KD LANE, SYDNEY. liate-Ad&nts fox Australasia. P R A N U M A \J is made from the ENTIRE GRAIN OF WF&ifC It is a complete NATURAL FOOD and! an absolutely CERTAIN CURE F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

lyj^ K. E. Y, CHOWNE, SURGEON DENTlStf, Visits CAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY, in each MGI^TH, add may be cori stilted at Mr; Catroll's Camden Inn, side KNTKAtft/ii. ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted tfii the' Wteet scientific principals. ^ TEETH stopped rtild, extracted painle&siy. I CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. Sidney Addregs: 201 MaCqiiarie Street; opposite Parliament House. ' W H I T lS 'jMt A N, ,ii ,- JLR-riri,fi Street, CiagpKM; BUlliDERg' IRONMONGER, Oil And Colob MEBokiirtr, Fluhbkb, &o; , Ail Kinds of Builders' Material ahd General Ironmonger in afcdok. { Galvanized Iron, Guttering, Ridge Capping, &e. Galvanized Iron Tanks, all siiee. ? k 1 Crockery, Glassware, See., Wiiidow Glasflj Wall Papers.' feetnStiTES GrvtN i-oB PttnreiNd WoEk. jyjR. M. M. D'AROY-IRVINEj B.A ATTORNEY; SoilCltORj CoNfRYANtiEBj &c i&ei, .frill visit U&inden eiety 3?ueadity, dti d may be consulted at Rooms next to Mr. Goalees', Oaradbn. Lands Wdrk transacted. Ldnd fio&...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Camden Municipal Council. A special meeting of this Council was 1 held on Friday evening last. The Mayor (Alderman James Noakes) occupied the chair. The following Aldermen were present : — H. P. Reeves, G. F. Furner, J. Frier, G. 'f. Whiteman, J.P., G. Cleveland J; D: Rankin, and E. G. Griffiths. The minutes of the last meeting of iho Council were read and confirmed. The business on the notice paper for the consideration of the Aldermen was as ; follows 'That the Mayor be granted three months leave of absence, to date from October 23rd and that some one be appointed to fill his place in ''accordance with the Municipalities Act.' Alderman Reeves moved the foregoing resolution, pointing out that his principle object in so doing was to facilitate the business of the Council, and to save the ratepayers the expense of eleoting an Alderman. Although the Mayor would be residing in Parramatta, he would be in touch with the municipality as he still intended to keep up a place of residence in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

SANDER & SONS' 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 Universities all over the Globe. 1 There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the £ market, products of simple distillation, forming I crude rejinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be. taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medioal division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly .pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through Jthe Consul at Melbourne, 2nd Maroh, 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. Mosler, Director of the Medioal Clinic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

JP U B Lie N O T 1 C E ^ The undersigned is now prepared to superintend the erection of BUILDINGS or aay other WO RES in the district of Camden. CHAS. FURNER, Cumden. G. R I F F I T H TCHE R, ' ' / . - A. '? ^ ' Abgyiie vStblet, Camdek, ? 1 : Is a buyer ol Fades, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair and every kin5d of produce at highest prices for y ' : ^ cash. ' ^ I SOUND OHA'FF FAGS purchased to any r quantity. , , i; , , ^ R T H U R J. DO U S T, ,?* Property, Fire,' Life, Finance and f GENERAL' '' 'COMMISSION AGENT, * ' .-* ':''C.A M DEN. '-J . VALUATIONS MADE - j-t) Several farms for ^ sale, Particulars en ap* plication During my absence from town at any time, list of properties.jmay be seen ^t Mr D. Doust, Store keeper, Camd^W. 0UMBEBLAND. HOUSE, CAMDEN 0. T. WHITEMAN, DRAPER, GROCER, BAKER. IRONMONGER, 1 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

0' T I C :E A Meeting .of all interested in the! DAIRYING INDUSTRY of Camdon and . District,, ar9 urgently invited to meet Mr/ Pateson, Manager of the Fresh JGood and ' Ice Company, .Sylney, Md Mr/ Piatten, ? Manager of the Farmety^fefl' ^Dairymen's, Milk Company^ Syd^e^at tjf^ School of Arts, Camden, to-i^rroqpf at 3 . The above gentlemen wi jjf lay their views, before the dairymen of tha^istrict, as to'the. recent prosecutions for ^wlterating milk and to take steps to amena the Daries Super- ' vision Act, .and other important matters con-': nee ted with the Dairying Industry.. ?HENRY MOORE. - - — — ---/ — IF Mr T ? ? does not. stop sla^roaring me I -ydH at once place the matt|(pi^ Lhu liuJitrjJ,of a solicitor. M Djerrijvian:. / AM;E M 0 RI A L SERVICE-^LMteJ^ev. Richard Watson Orton will be^rojlaucted in the Wesieyan Church, Canxden, Lane, ' on Monday, October 21st, at AlMnvited. M. CHURCH, Bob's ^anw7-^^rffuial Tea ? Meeting, FRIDAY, ^Tov^i^^Lst. Par- : -ticulars see next week's ...

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BE MERCIFUL TO THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

:be merciful to the .-horse. ..Jr-saw a horse with sorting eyes. 'With straining eyes-wid'a throbbing $aok j I saw him strive tilhbis st engthgavt^piiV And, fee on the. .murderous ^.ayeinent'sapk. I heard-a.cursetfr.o^j a lowerfjbrute ; - 'I-heardihis wIuDUish. crack like shot : I watched mid heard till my- heart i ?And ^ feltthe blood in my , veins grew hot. v ? * fthe wretch xwith the whip ! Remenjber thjs, ^ Remember, thou knight pf, the curse and W$, : { 'T.he voiceless or y of a stricJren lieasfc la heard by the piting ears of God.. 1 : i v- ' ? Asroy. ^Wiij

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS SYDNEY. 1 William: Iwglis & Son's Repoet ' EGGS — Dozen, 6d to 7^d BACON— Per lb, 5d to fid '- CHEESE— per lb 4d to t PRIME OATEN HAY — Per cwt, 4s ,6d - to 5s Od ; Medium and inferior, 3s :3d to 4s Od , PRIME OATEN CHAFF— Per cwt, 4s Od to 4s . 7d ; Medium and inferior, 3s 4d to 3s lOd ?' LPCERJJE HAY— Per cwt, 3s -Gd to 4a.3d ST.RAW — per cwt2s 6d to ,2s ;10d - MAIZE— Per bushel, 2s 5d to 2s 7d WHEAT — Per bushel, 2s Id to 3s Od . . SUCKING PIGS— Each, 3s :3d to 5s 9d COCK T.URKE YS-Per pair, ,7a Od «to l2s 6d ; 1 Hens, 5s;3d to ,6s 6d , , ,! ;GEESE — 4s 3d t0j5s.9dper^air DUCKS— 3s 6d to 5s 9d per pair FOWLS— '.2s 8d to 4s Od per pair FACTORY BUTTE K— Is Od to Is'O^d per lb ; Dairy Butter, Os 9d to Is ,0d per lb; Pastry' Butter, 6d to 7d ? ;

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Quarterly Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Quarterly' Licteneisig Court The Quarterly Licensing Court wa's &eM on Saturday last at the Camden Police Court. J. E. Chisholm, Esq.-, J .P., presided. Mr. John Laketaan, J.P.-, and Mr. C. Furtfer, J. F., were on the bench. The Inspector s quarterly report was read, which waff of a satisfactory character. There was ho special business1 of ifm portance to lay before the magistrates.

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Correspondence. Re Water Supply. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Correspondence. .Ke 'Water Supply. - ^ (To the Editor.^ ? . Sir,— May I presume to thank you ;for your; article on ,the .above subject in your last issue. 1 should suggest that a meeting. of those interested ! ,be summoned to consider the m,afcter, and urge on' somewhat easy going Councillors to bestir them selves. I hold to the opinion that 'God helps those who. help themselves,' and that if we are too apathetic to make provision for our wants, as far as we are able, we have no right to pray for and 1 expect God's interference every time we are iu need of water. I have, Sir, &c. i CECIL J. KING. I St John's, Camden, October 16, 1895.

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Camden Civilion Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Camden (Mlfon Riid Oliib ? The following is the result of the shooting in connection with the above club which took place at the local range on Saturday week last, for Mr. Kidd'a trophy and c$ub prices :?— « 'Sards' 400 600 7001 Tot. Hdo. G Tot. F'. Poole' i5 12 39 20 ? Sfli— h. h. f j. meitHBsH^HH^^^H^H^HI^fl^^HJHHfl Mor^H|HHJH^^HH^^^HH|^^^^^HHHn thatflnfl^^HHHHH^HH^HHHHH port^HHflHH^^HH^HH|^^^^H^HHH h i nRj^^BHH^HH^^Hfl^HH^H^H^RHHHQ been^^^RSH|^|^^^^^HH|H^Hj^HH^H^H

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Concert and Magic Lantern. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Concert an4 Magic Lantern. An entertainment' was held in the Parish 1 - Theresas Phrk: on Wednesday evening, October .2nd in aid of the' Young Men's Institute. Several items of music &c., were^contributed, and a number of slides exhibited by the Rev . C. J. King, which; met with a good reception by an appreciative audience. The Hall was full, and the collection amounting to £l 8s 0^d. Every I one was pleased with the evening's enter- i tainment. . . . 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

iHHnnH b. in an: th c B|H|^£^^^^H^^|HHj^^^^HH^^^HH^H|| iEflflH^^^^HHBH^Hg9HHHHH| u n r do tireW my to noteiigpaaaedtKrouglHie^^fflB^^fl^^^fl^^ sod-Mwater and lime water. Later on her feed and legs oegun to swell aind pu# from' dropsy. She was now pale aa death aiid looked afc' though she had not a drop cf blood riv liev body, a:nd was always cold, Month after month dragged by' and she^got weaker e\ ery duy. She could not walk without support, for she had lost the proper use1 of her legs, and ltar body swayed froia side- to side' as she moved. , ' A doctor attended her for twelve months1, and finally said it was no use giving h^r any more medicine as it would, do no- good. In May, 1S91, 1 took her to the I)teW8bujy Infirmary. She got no better there, and I though IS I was surely going to lose her. She was then tMrteen jeafs of age. 44 One day a lady (M»», Lightoller) called at my shop, and peeing how bad aay daughter Was, spoke of a medicine called Mother Seigel's CiJrative' Sysup an...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

The Oaks [rEOM OUR COKEESPONDENT.] A cricket match took place here -on' ' ^Saturday between the ??'.Cow boys' and, Tradesmen of the district, and resulted in. a- win foi the former by § runs on the firat. innings, but had time admitted a different result might have obtained. The Tradesmen having by far the best of it in the second : ? v innings. For the Dairymen, J. 0. Moore not out 34, A. Willis 19, McLeod 1.7,' F. Farley 16, oi tained the bust result. Whilst -t'ri. ??.'r-fni« t.ho -TvnrlAsmp.n W Wl-ioolni. T7 T1 tGuerin 16, P. McDonough 12, secured the highest scores. The following team has been selected to represent the Oaks v Camden Alberts On the lafcters wicket on Saturday next, 19 instant,1 play to commence at 1-45 p.m., sharp; — 'Devitt's (2), F. Farlej', Moore's (2), McEyoy, i i Littlewood's (2) J. Taylor, A. Willis, W. - Wheeler. Emergencies: H. McLeod, T. Guerin. v y ^ A deputation from The Oaks, 'consisting of ' ; Messrs, Michael Devjtt, ,C. J. Moore, I1. Mitchell, and J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

'? iMapMHHWMUMiMMaMUnnMMnnHHnB To Stand at HENNESSY'S HOTEL, CAMDEN, v And to travel . Campbelltown, Meriangle, Picton and all other districts throughout the ,M Camden electorate, *.? thb a?soiriN:d~aTi.i-xJOK. -? . I Y0MTE, ?*S thepro- iperty ofth#:l&f § Mr, Richmond, dam Yorkshire hero (imp' -^Yorkie Is eight years old, a pplendid tupitandinp horBe, '$M81 )& good trotter. 'Xorkie. .was awarded first prize at the Luddenham $&wrofc'best pace,' aotioii, afo&vgeneral appearance Kjf^trotter in 1891 ; and also again in 1892 ; also r in 1893, at the Nepean Show, second prize for fbe&t - itrotting stallion. Took fiiafc 'pries at the Camden Show m 1894 for best trottung stallion, and won the Time Trot. lj miles, in 3 mins 68 sees ; first prize -at Hawkesbury Show in 1894 for trotting stallion, ?and won the Trot in Buggy. 'TST1895 Yorkie won first prize at the Luddenham, Penrith, Camden, ? and Hawkesbury Shows for best trotting stallion, and Time Trot...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

- .Narellan- ?[From: our own Correspondent. .1 A ciicket match was played at Narellan ,on Saturday last, and terminated in favor of Narellan, who went to .the wickets $rst, ,and succeeded in knocking up 1 5J2, o.f which W: -«aiuniber E. Smith, W. Buckle, A, E. Moore, ^and A. Burdekin contributed respectively: v.39, 23, 18 and 17. Cawdor did not com-' * plete their innings, losing .eight iwicketa for, 1MQ ? i The following members of the Narrellan ; \C.C. will play Campbelltown C.C. at Nar .ellfin on Saturday. Play starts at 12 -.(noon) : — A. S. Buidekin. A. E. Moore, W. ; ^Biitton, J. Hunter, Alf, Olisspld, W. W. -? Buckle, G. Buttenahaw, E. Smith, Q. Waterwortb, W. Roy, A, McNiven, H.; French. Emergencies: A Lai;kiu and W. 's» -.^Villiams.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Notes. . It was indeed a great loss to the CaiiiclenH ^ratepayers that they did not attend thefl special meeting of the Camden AldermenH on Friday ni^ht last, for they certainlyH would have had an evening of pleasure ifl not One of intellectual enjoyment andl profit; Tile meeting was certainly one of I ' sweet sarcasm,' from the beginning to I the end. We print a report of the meeting® elsewhere. The whole proceedings may be I saiely dubbed as a ' onronicle or email btfer.' Technically Alderman Griffiths was unquestionably at first in the right, yet he endeavoured to make something out of nothing at the end ; he is undeniably a hard lighting champion for the cause of right, yetj Bomfehow or other he backs down in the' end, but for all that comes out smiling after hard word fighting with hia brother Aldermen. Evidently, the Aldermen could not exactly digest Alderman Griffiths keen and harsh expression of 'friendly back scratching' with relish, for each of these worthy gentlemen quick...

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