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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty he King of Italy, as per communication made by he Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. 1*R° Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ,-iu. universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In/order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile 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 ta ke : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -sported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn,, and Professor Dr. Hosier, Director of the Medical Clinic at ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concerning Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Concerning Ourselves. A gentleman in town, who has been send ing the local paper to his paternal relative lor' a number of years, has given us the following extract from, a recent letter : — 'I must congratulate the residents of Camden and district on having: obtained a long felt want— a decent weekly paper ' A business man xrom .rarramaica, wno visits Uamd en periodically has spoken to us in flattering terms concerning the 'Camden News.'' A gentleman residing at Moonbi, and who lias subscribed to the local paper since its inception, writes us that he was ' agreeably surprised at your really creditable leaders, ^and the tone of the paper generally ' For Snow-white Clothes use Red Cross Soap. 6d a^lidlsbars All Storekeepers. Michael Davitt is a freetrader, and a 'Liu'oellalist. Tth© first country to use post cards was .Australia where the system was introduced in 1869'* ' The book of Job, written about 1510 B.C., describes very accurately several processes of smelting metals. The Opp...

Publication Title: Camden News
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The Camp Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

The Camp Fire. (Written by a Queensland Drover!,) Tim stockman's tea was over, the damper stowed away, And to stretch our weary limbs around the fire we lay; Put on another log my boys — a good big one, that's right, Make up a galley fire, for I fear we'll have it cold to- night ; And before you light that pipe of yours, jxst feel i in my valise, | You'll find a flask of good three star, there's just a nip apiece. No thank you boss — I'd rather not, no brandy bir, for me. 'Why, Ned, how's this — you never drink ? I've seen you tempted oft, And when you chance to take a drink, it's always something soft. 'f I once was wild, the stockman said, as any man could be, ? And many a hard earn't cheque knocked down, just in a drunken spree ; But things have changed and now I look on drink with dread and fear. Were T my story to relate, 'twould move you to a tear. To tell us something of his life, we on him did prevail, And gather'd close around the fire to hear the Btoek man's talc. The hard...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Church Services* CIIUBOH 01? E^GIiAKD. 'obbitty — at7 'y : ? Karelian — at 11 (ho). ^ V;; ' ; Rev G. H.Allnutt, ; :!;? Camden — at 11 a m, Rev C J Eing. (ho) Camden — at 7 30, Rev C .T King. Subjecti '- Early. days iu the English Church. ' 1 : Westbrook — at 7 p in, Lay Reader ' Werombi — at 3 30 p in, Rev C J King Menangle — at 3 pm, Lay Reader Theresa Park— at 3 pm, Lay Reader WESTjETTAN. ^ Camden— at 11 a m, Rev. R. Sellorb, D.D. ' 1 Camden — at 7 pm, Mr. H. Bevis j m Cawdor — at 2 30 p m; Rev R Sellors, D.Di r' - Cawdor — at 7, Mr W. Smart - * Gleumore — at 11 a m, Mr H. Bevis Glenmore — at 6.30 p m, Rev, R. Sellors, D.D. * Westbrook — at 2 30 p m, Mr F Whiteman Picton— at 3 pm, Rev \V J Davis , Campbelltown— at 3 p m, Mr H Bevis ' Lectures at 7.30 ? p.m, ? Rev R Sellors, D;D. — ; .: Westbrook, Monday ; Glenmore, Tuesday ; ? ; Camden, Wednesday ; Cawdor, Thursday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

?Or:^W;''K S. .A. (3-E/-A.1TD SA.IjXi , ; ! AND SUPPER - v-^ i 'if IU V £ to be held in the School off Abts, Oaks, on ; - Tuesday, july 2nd/ 1895; ^ in aid of the R. C. Church. ' t i ? First-class music. Gentlemen's Ticket ^.£»tHe8vwf'.»«; free. Dancing 8 o'clock. ' ? l A. ROBERTS, Eon. Sec. , - 1 v v » } 4 1 0 A M D EN.' ' ? ? ' 1 .. , . y ;s„ -,t- i - i * - ? 'nr* r 1 4t ^ j i ' LAND. 'LAJp.-;' i ,, ' ,V'' j- a'1 * . IMPORTANT SALE OF 145 A0RE8 - LAND -- , u-lt t . } s ^ v . , 'l'f ( 1 ON TUESDAY, JULY 2nd.- ' \ 1 i -Js f { w»*» ! I ' ^ \ E H. fif J. K. INGLES hav« been inatruoted . ?' o '/. by Mr. 'John Martin, to sell by public »' ? ; auction at their yards, Camden, on the above date : His wall-known Property atBurragorang, situated ' t*- on the Wollondilly River, comprising 145 ? acres of good grazing and agricultural land. ?' Full particulars at sale. ' , L~e a T- U i R , , „? Ai V v ILLUSTRATED BY LARGE MAP, ' ... 4 % f ^ 7 j I , i /_ '? J ^-7 the 1 , REV. B. D. SBL.L.OR8, D....

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Oarndsa Municipal Council The usual fortnightly meeting' of the above was held on Wednesday evening last, when there were present t The Mayor ( Alderman Jas. Noakea), and Aldermen H. P. Reeves, C. T. Whiteman, Gh F. Furner, 5 J. Frier, E. Gv Gi-ifSthg. Minutes. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. [- CoBBBSFOHDEirCB. From the Government Statistician, Mr. T. A; Coghlan, asking for a copy of the assoBsmente of property within the Muni cipality, and, whether the, Mayor, .would permit the Council Clerk to make the trans scription, or cause it to be done under his direction, and offering, a fee of £l per ' thousand assessiaents copiecJ . Moved by --Alderman -Griffiths, seconded' by Alderman Whiteman, ' That the Council Clark be requested to do the work in com pliance with the request, and that he receive the fee attached thereto,' Carried. From George Leader, Council Clerk, of Rockdale, forwarding copies of resolutions passed by that Council, with reference to the...

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The Pastures and Stock Protection Board. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

'^he Pastures and Stack Protection Board* (To the Editor.) Dear Sir, — All farmers and stock-owners Were delighted to see by the report in vour ,last paper that the Pastures and Stock Protection Board, for the districts, of Camden ?And Picton, Have, decided not to make any , Assessment on stock this year ; but why did 'they not adopt Mr. John EL Moore's sugges tion and reduce the secretary's salary at the vfiame time that they did away with the biggest part of his work t The Board ought to remember that they are dealing with trust money, and bow ever worthy the secretary may be, his interest should not over-ride the interests of those who find the money. Mr. John E. Moore deserves the thanks of the farmers of the district for his efforts to cut down expenses. I think, under the circumstances, the Board might have gone one better even than Mr. Moore's suggestion, and deoided. to do without a paid secretary for this year. I would suggest that it is now not too late to adopt this tjour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

O. 2 COMPANY CAMDEN . MOUNTED RIFLES. Half -day Parade on Saturday, 6th July, 1895. Fall in at Drill Hall at 2.46. p.m. sharp. Drill Order, Mounted. ' , , ' , A. J. O. THOMPSON. ? = Captain. . v; O',: 19 STAR OF THE SOUTH DIVISION rv SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ?; TE'iflPER AN OE. Members of the above are hereby notified that the Quarterly Meeting will be held next Tuesday evening, 2nd July. , Buainesa : Election Vf Officers. \\ ' H. McEWAN, R.S. ^JUNIOIPAL DISTRICT OF CAMDEN? TENDERS are hereby invited for the supply of about 150 cubic yards of Blue-grey Metal, to be delivered on Elderslie Road. Tenders must be endorsed, ' Tender for Metal' and delivered to the May-?r not later than 6 pm on Tuesday, July 9th. Specifications may be seen and all other inform ation obtained on application to the undersigned. W J ORANFIELD, - Counoil Clerk.-, CouncirChambers, Juiie 27, u1895. ^ i

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Straying Cattle. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

'' Straying Cattle. - (To the Editor), * Sir,—— I noticed in your local notes of last ?w,t-.ek you make mention of several com plaints re horses and cattle roavinsr about -the streets at night. Now, as a ratepayer : l am pleased to see that you made mention of it. I think it is a shame for the alder men to allow such a nuisance to exist. ..Mind you, these are men that pledge them selves to do their best for the ratepayers. X don't think that is doing much good, at all events. We pay. to get our footpaths put in decent order, and what's more, we pay to have them protected, and in the face of that we are annoyed and inconvenienced by ihorses and cattle both night and, day. .And to make matters worse — we go round the town and count up the horses and cattle which are continually roaving about; we . find twelve animals, and it is safe to say that ten of them are owned by the aldermen. 'iThe Mayor's cow lives in the streets, and on cxnore than one occasion the tram has had to .slacken pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

A R T H U R J. D 0 tJ S T, Property, Fire, Life, Finance and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, . ' O A M D B N. VALUATIONS MADE ^ Several farms for sale, Particulars on ap* . plication. # # ; ? During my absence from town at any time, list of properties may be seen at Mr D. Doust, Store keeper, Camden. ; Mf. Et. Y. Cfiowne, SURGEON DENTIST. Visits CAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY, in each ' MONTH, and may be consulted at Mr. Carroll's '?VCamden Inn, side entrance. ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on the latest scientific principals. TEETH stopped and extracted painlessly. . 1 CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. ? ~ Sydney Address : 201 Macquarie Street, opposite ? Parliament House. !:' v ? /?/-. / ? - | ? ' John Bridge & Go. 7 AUCTIONEERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, 241 Sussex Street, and at CIRCULAR QUAY & DARLING HARBOUR. Sales of Maize, Hay, Chaff, Potatoes, &c, &c, .privately each day, or by auction when market war ants Live Stock on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

DON'T FORGET YOUR PURSE WHEN CALLING TO INSPECT THE BARGAINS. I do not insinuate that you are forgetful, tout it is toetter to toe sure than sorry. You are bound to see something you like, and ^ remember a little ready cash goes a long way at my sale. , Men's tweed overcoats, nice for the winter, 6s lid, 9s lid each Men's genuine navy worsted suits, 21s each, really worth 40a . White blankets for single beds, extra heavy, 7s lid per pair Double bed white blankets, extrji large, wonderful value, 14s 9d per pair Colored blankets for single beds, extra heavy, 5s 1 1 d per pair Diagonal dress tweeds, double width, 4fd per yd, usually 9d Colored velveteens, extra wide, lovely goods, Is 6d per yard Ladies' black Berge skirts 7s lid each, cheap at lis 6(1 Meltou cloth, in black or navy, 3|d per yard, worth 6f d Colored velveteens, in all shades, wonderful value, Is per yard Men's dark twee4 trousers, heavy made, choice ? patterns, 4s lid, 5s lid per pair Double width diagonal dress tweed, ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

BREVITIES. One of the best ouras for stoutness is to live at a boarding-house where you will be treated like ' one of the family.' Let labor be the basis of all civil society ? Recognizing that service to the community is ih© only standard of the citizen and the only passport to citizenship; and that every man who is a member of the community, and every man who shares the advantages of citizen ship, and who shares in the national wealth, shall only do so at the price of rendering an equal or greater service on return. — Mazzini Joseph Hocking's new novel is entitled, 'All menaie liars.' Joseph scarely takes a vei-y pessimistic veiw of affairs. Lii;fle boy (writiug composition) : ' I want to lite that saying that's in our copybook, but I cant remember it all — 'Men glories in his strength. Woman glories in — ' What's the rest I wonder? Little girl : ' Let mo soe. Woman glot-ies in her — her hat.' Sir .Frederick Davley is now ge»ti/-g a bigger salary than the President of the United S...

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Correspondence. The Planting Trees. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

QorrespondeiLce. The Planting of Trees. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Now that the season of the year is ;&t hand in which trees may be planted, I ?desire to call the attention of your readers 'to the fact that there are many large, open and bare fields^- without a single shady tree. With a little tronble the whole ^district could be greatly improved and beautified, if tbe owners and occupiers would plant, and fence in, ornamental and useful trees in their fields and along their fences. I trust that the Council will try and plant trees in some of the streets of Camden during this winter. A double row down the centre of Argyle- street, or a row «long each side, would be a great adornment and a boon. Is not tbis a matter which -could be - taken up by the Agricultural Society ? At present it seems to do nothing 'but hold the yearly shows. ' I am, sir, yours, -fec., ► Cecil J. Ring. ?- ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Butterick's, paper patterns, and ; FASHION BOOKS, V ? ''V THE CHEAPEST AHD THE BEST. All seams allowed, which is a great guide to amateur dressmakers. Illustrated catalogues, 4d.ppst, Slole Agent, BENNETT, 13 and 16 King Street, Sydney Arcade, Sydney. The Delineator, a journal of art and fashion, is Is Od posted.

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Camden Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden Public School The prizes awarded for deligerice during ? the last half year in connection with this School were presented to the successful pupils on Friday last by the Rev. W. Wall, who had been acting as secretary to the Committee superintending the High School Examination held on that day (Friday), and on Thursday. There were a very large number of scholars present at the prizes distribution. The Rev. W. Wall on presenting the pupils with their prizes gave each a word of encouragement and sound advice and urged each one of the successful scholars to greater efforts for iiext year, and urging the unsuccessful ones : the necessity of greater attention to learn „ ing. After the distribution of the prizes the head teacher Mr. E. Henry addressed his scholars and stated, that he was much pleased with the general attention and progress made; from statistics which he had prepared be found that the per centage of the usual marks obtainable were exceed ingly satisfactory and encoura...

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Camden Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden. Licensing Court. Saturday, June 22. (Before Messrs J. K. Chisholm, ohairman, and J. Lakeman* L's.M.) , '.-V The following publicans applied for the renewal of their licenses; — -Mr. M. L. Hennessy ( Plough find Harrow Inn, Catnden), Mrs. Waterworth (for Mr. B. J. Water-* worth, the Crown Hotel, Camden) Mr. Carroll (Camden Inn), Mr. E, Powell (Queen'e Arms, Narellan,) and Mr. W. McDermott (Commercial Hotel, Camden). * The Chairman of the Licensing Bench , said that there were no objections to any of the renewals applied for. In looking over the Licensing Inspector's quarterly report he found it very satisfactory , In the case of Waterworth's hotel, the report said that' alterations were required to the floor of the stables. : m It was pointed out that this had been done. The inspector said that had he been made acquainted of the fact he would have em braced it in his report. The chairman Baid tbat objection had been removed, and the Bench granted the renewal of all the licens...

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Camden Sale Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden Sale Yards. [By Quiz.] One of the most enterprising business men in Camden is undoubtedly that genial and rotund boniface who presides over the destinies of the. Plough and Harrow Inn— and his name it is Mister Michael Hennessy. And the same Mister Hennessy is from the ' auld sod' — where the Shamrock grows — a genuine son of Erin. In the course of my peregrinations the other day I strayed into the cozy parlour of the ' ' Ploucrh and Harrow,' and was received by the estimable lady of the house, Mrs. Hennessy. I asked for the boss, and in less time {han it takes to tell it the boss aforesaid bobbed up serenely, radiant as the morning sun. ' Arrah, Hinnessy, I'm just afther coming in from beyant to have a look at your back premises. I'm , told ye have built new yards out there, all spick and span, and sure I'd like to be having a look at them,' sea I. ' Shure, me bhoy, you're welcome, but won't you try a dhrop of something wid me first,' says mine host. And I tumbled off into o...

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Little Girl's Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Little Girl's Dress The number of this pattern is 7028, and it costs Is posted, cut in ages from 2 to 8 years. Tho pattern may be had at Bennetts, Sydney Arcade, | *

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District Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

District Requirements. f i , ? , We have received from the Member for Camden, Mr. Kidd, the following corres ,j)ondence, which we gladly publish Public Works Department, ? Sydney, 21st June, 1895. Sir, — With referd£Jk to the letter dated 24th $pril last, forwarded by you from Mr. J. E. 'Bttine8,*bf Grove Farm, Wallace, further in regard to the.necessity for the erection of a bridge over — ^.the Nep^an River at Blaxlaud's Crossing, I am ? divectci by the Secretary for Public Works to W inform you that an amount for the purpose has ' been voted, and is 'under consideration. I have the honor to be, &cM / J. Barling, Under-Secretary. John Kidd, Esq., M.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

HE INVESTED ONLY 7/6 There is a man who has sPent the past twenty fire years of his life exploring for gold and other minerals in Queensland, New South Wales, 'Victoria, Tasmania / and New Zealand. He has no doubt picked up some ; muney, yet he say that the investment of 7 /6 brought ^ him 'in bigger returns than any other he ever made. Yet, hold on a minute. Don't let us jump to the - conclusion that we can all get rich out of the prooeeds of .7/6tillwe hear further from this financier. H& has a humorous way of putting a serious thing, for v which we should like bim all 'ilie mors. GcmofoH--a have no idea that, sound sense aad genuine fun are ? twin brothers, but they are all the same. Our Mend's name is William Bromneld Peck, and he lives at Russell, New Zealand, a long way off. He says it is a lovely country and he intends to stay it the balance of his days. As he landed in - Australia, from England, in 1866, he has been their long enough to know what he is talking about ...

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