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POETRY. Over the hill from the Poer-House. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

POET&f. , \ - Over the hill from th^ ,?V * [By Will Carleto. !}? ' I who was always counted; thsj 8Z,yt t* ' Rather a bad stick atiy Splintered all bver -With dcfdge& aA^ 'Cdyfcsiy '? \'h Know as '? thfe worst of th:e jpeaporf-'fifiifi# ? , ' I ( I, the truant, saiiby and lold, ?j- 'L„ _ The one black Sheep is my father* '-»ldt „ ' ^ T-J'' f 'Once tin a time,' is the' stores My, I'l j Went over the hill o'ri a wirtCSif^ dav — .-'&-!. «v I 'I Over the hill to the jabdr'tr^iTse. ? ' * - I ' 'fom could save ifliat twei'ty co'uld earn £? / - | \ But gtvin1 was ^omefchin' lie ne'er would learn ; - - _ Isaac could ...ilfo' the bcnptur s speak — ri * Committed a hundred verses' a week ; ,v| Never forgbf, never slipped ; ; ,?- - j iut ' Honour thy father and mother' he skipped ; ' i So over the hill to the poor-house, . \ ;; As for Susan, her heart was kind '*-T- ?* - 1 A.n' good — What there XVa's Of it, rniild. * v ' \ f/,-- Nothm' too big, an', nofchin' too nice, ...

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

* Agricultural Items. Grape vines are shooting out new growth freely now. Thin out all undergrowth and such shoots as may not be required f tying np the growing limbs snugly, Use the sprayer with; soluble sulphur compounds freely to keep fungus in check, ' - It has bean proved that destructive pests more readily attack fruit trees which are deficient its' mineral matter. It has beetf i ? ? vl_ e ? J il. ^ i 1. ? ? ? J3C_ _ J ? lit. uivuriuuiy, iuuuu luttu trews mieuceu witu these diseases are deficient in potash more than anything else, and by adding to the soil more potash you enable the trees 'to make a more vigorous growth and withstand such attacks.' Frofessor James, Ontario Agricultural College1, A Moree correspondent says r — Crows are a terrible pest among weak stock ;- some horses ' have had to be killed1 owing to the cro ws- having picked their eyes out. 1 In their weak condition they fall an easy prey. Two crows will tackle' a sheep y one catehes it by the nose whilst the ...

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What is a Burragoranger? [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

WHat is a Burragorangef ? [By J.&M.'] This terni is frequently ' heard, biit generally in jest; or disparagement; and for that reason it- is -an enigma to many. Primarily; it is a derivative from the locality itself, but from some characteristics of the earlier occupants it came to have a sinister meaning also : and it is in this sense that it I is now chiefly used. As some curiosity is occasionally expressed as to the cause of this peculiar distinction; I venture to offer an explanation ; it may not be satisfactory or conclusive, but it will be open to those who are better itifoi?med to give their's. A very i nedessary introduction is a description of the locality itself ; it is often called the Yalley of Burragorang, but, in reality, itia a series of valleys. The district includes portions of the Counties of Camdenj Cook, and West moreland ; and each valley has its own river ; pf these, the Wollondilly river rises near [Qoulburn, and receives Paddy's river, from Marulan, t...

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

1 WestbrQflfe. He ROM A CORRESPONDENT.] A-most enjoyable evening, was spent by ^several of the young people of this locality : ? . ,on Thursday evening last at a tea and dance, given by the young jpaen of the - - rdistrict to the ladies. The dance took place in a room kindly lent by Mr. iR. B. ^Campbell. The music was supplied by Mr. ' Jepkins-and Mr. C. Kellovvay, 'while Mr. W. Bedford made an efficient M.O. Several ' * songs were sung during the eyeping, , which '^ere highly appreciated.

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

V-;--, f. — ? , ? ? . ? — — 'j. ? ' 'Bob's Range.; - [From our own correspondent.] 'Sn&kes are veiy abundant in the neign . Jbourijood, one was -recently seen approaching ;i house when it was espied .by a brave young i . Jady, who speedily killed it. . Parents should ? inspire caution to their- .children at the . ^present time. On .Saturday iast .a imtill. party took a -trip. I to the to, p of the Burragorang mountain to: 'have a -picnic..; . indulging in various pursuits until the evening- .shades, fell.. j Bob's Range is .beginning to arouse from- Sits tardiness, two weddings were recently solemnized on the one day, while others are .approaching,; three buildings ;are being .erected ; the outward apparance of nattare ; ^.-s$)emsJ;o..be quite altered to that of ^rec ent . -cjatQ. ^ ?

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

District ' ' 0 ;-^enanglef , | FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. } ' The ainnual picnic given to the children of this village wa3 held in the paddock V attached to the Factory on Wednesday, 9th ?instant . and was a complete success, ^ ' Various outdoor, games were indulged ^in by -the little ones and a cricket match ^ ; platyed between the Factory and Menangle was wop easily by the former. At dusk an ttujouruiuent was inane to tiie nail tor tea after which the scholars from the Public School, under the direction of Mr. Harper, rendered two or three Songs very effectively, showing tliat great pains must have been taken in their training. Recitations were ?also given by Masters F. and J . Quirk, J, Starr, E. Harper and J. Sanderson and v Migs Lily . Harper, the latter especially showing elocutionary powers ot a high order for one so young. During the evening some children's games and dancing a were indulged in, the elder residents joining in and doin.£ all in their power to make th© time j)...

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NARELLAN C. C. fixtures:— [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Narellan C C fixtures : — Campbelltown at Narellan October 19 Camden at Narellan November 2 ' Douglas Park at Douglas Park November 16 Menangle at Narellan November 23 The Oaks at Narellan January 4 Cawdor at Cawdor January 11 Camden Park at Camden Park January 18 Menangle at Menangle January 25 Camden at Camden February 1 , , . ? ' Douglas Park at Narellan February 8 Secretaries of Cricket Gkibs% Lodges, etc. , are kindly requested to notify the Editor . -)f any approaching match, meetings, entertainments, etc., not later than Wednesday in each week, to appear under the above heading.

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

Cawdor. [Fjaoar our own oou'respondent-.] A nice shower pf rain fell here last night. / ' ' It was not much, kut was more tban was ; ^ expected. A good fall is certainly needed * if we Tvish for grass!' in the summer as the \ p days are now very hot. The country around / about at present is something like a green - ' -»* carpet. What a change! A few weeks back ? -?! it was in a deplorable state— erass and U' ? I ? i;i . l * i. ... . i J4 ueruage iiKe cmps,. ana cattle dying though jjpyerfcyi The district pf Oamcien is nothing without rain, but when the visits of J, ' , Pluvius, Esq., are frequent,' the district, at j3nce assumes a verdant appearance, and^is ?; . then bpautiful npt only to look at, but to ? 1 ? ' ? end one's days in, and if it only possessed a - noble sheet of water, with one or two fine falls, f^amden would 'assuredly be thronged C, with visitors during the summer nionthp. ' f ^ ^ I do not profess tp be a religious person, ^ but nevertheless, I think those who ar^\ ...

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

(Tp the, Editor.) - h Sir, — In reference to the report in you® last issue of the Cricket match Menangle ,- C. C, v. Cawdor, I beg to call your corres- /V pondent's attention to an error in the lotal ' ruus soored by the Menangle team. Your correspondent reports, that Cawdor team won easily, but, if the person responsible for ( , the scoring on behalf of the Cawdor team^ had the advantage of having learned the TY1 nrl Trrvn nAiwfiorvnn/l* ? ? ww»«.vyi, y* MuuAUiuil UUJlloq^VUU ? ent would find that Cawdor C. C. instea.d of ' winning by 20 runs, had won by only ten, 1 I may state 'in conclusion, that, I have inter viewed your Menangle. correspondent on the matter but he denies all knowledge of the report, although it appears with thq news forwarded by him, Yours, &c., , f Seoeetary. ' i

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

LOCAL MOTES/ ? We are asked to announce that Mr. 0. Pratten of the Farmers' and Dairymen's Milk Coy, in conjunction with Mr. Pateson ithe manager of the Fresh Food and Ice Company intend paying a visit to Camden on Friday afternoon of this week. The object of the visit of these gentlemen is to (meet producers of the Camden and district, which comprises a_ wide area ; to consider , the late developments in connection with ! the Food Adulteration Act as illustrate, d in the recent prosecutions in Sydney for adul terating milk, and farther to consider the desirability of seeing what steps can be taken to amend the Dairies Supervision Act .and other important matters connected with the dairying industry of our immediate ^district. Arrangements have been made to v (meet these gentlemen (Messrs. Pateson and Bratten) and discuss these most important subjects at the School of Arts, Camden on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It is;cer tainly quite unnecessary on our part t,o point put the impo...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

*; /iBJiJfflOUS SERVICES Church of England. ^ ' Camden— at 7 30 a.m. Holy Communion . . , o ''Camden— at 11 a.m., Hey J. F. Russell Camden — at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J^King. Menangle— at 11 a.m, Rev C. J . King, (p.p.) ' , Westbropk — at 7 30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Theresa Park— at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J . King, (h c) Werombi— at 3.30 p.m» Rev J. F. Russell '? (Cobbitty-r-^t 11 a.m., Rev G. li. Allnutt, ITarellaijL — at 3 p.m.,, Rev G. H. Allnutt. { ?, Primitive- / - .' ? ? ? 1 --V (, Camden— at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray - ' Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray { jBob's Range — at 3 p.m, ' Jtfenangle — at 3 p.n-.» %-PV R MPV^-ray Wesieyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. J. E.. Moore : I , - . nf T 5ft n m Row Wf Wall. Vttiiiuou — au » If*'*' ' ? *»'?** ' ' „ Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev 'W. Wall. Subject, ^ ; ? ' Second Advent, the Old destroyed, the New ' ; ' ' introduced' . . ' ' Olenmore— at 11am, Rev W. 'Wall ' ' Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Mr. .G. Smart Westbrook— at 2 30 p.m, ]Vfr. G- Smart -? . Picton — at 3...

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CAMDEN CRICKET CLUB ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Camden Cricket Club Engagements,. November 2 w;th Narellan at Narellan ,, 9 Camden Park at Camden Park ,, 16 OaksatQaks ,, 30 Menangle at Camden December 14 Uawdor at Camden , 26 Nondescrip (Sydney) at Camden v, January 11 Cawdor at Cawdor ,, 25 Camden Park at Camden , , 26 Emeriti (Sydney) at Camdeti ' - ? - ^February 1 Narellan at Camden1 . „ 8 Oaks at Camden

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

' 'SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. Golden 1?l©€ic0, Manufactured only by the AirsTRAijiiN Soap and Candxe Wobks, Camperdown, near Sydney. PURE AND PEEFIJlfED. 41b BAR Is. The Australian Soap Company Commends this 1 brand. Possessing all the ingredients for Washing ' . Bleaching, arid Perfuming, without injuring the , .1 lex turd of .Clothing Bent to the Laundry,- Each lar about 41bs. Pricc Is. , One trial will prove its' valuei,. Sold, by all large \.^V rekeepers. . ? - ... .? ' . ? ' ~~ - V JACOBS OIL ' HE WOULD SOON GET WELL ' IF HE DID'.' ; * jtjo^quers^a^i . r t .? — ? ? : ? — — ' — — — . Universal Providers. ' ? ? -i— — : — — . w We' offer a maximTiM.bf SOLID SATISFACTION for a MINIMUM OF CdST, We SELL EVERYTHING that a Civilized Being need USE or ?WEAR. ? rASHlOWS FAN01ES, ?' y ' ' HOUSEHOLD- StEi'Sy. ' ? 8TATI0B RgpiSjTES. S23D FOR PATTERNS,- PRICES' AND' I FASHION SKEBT3. ANTHONT . HOEBEEl & SOMSr HAYIS/MET, OftLY, SYDNEY* I The Great Specific. 8t. Jacobs Oil Conquers Pain; ^he Un...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 17 October 1895

Forthcoming Engagements AuCTioir Sales :— Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, : f etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. On the 29th at his sale yards Camden. 40 acre farm with cottage at Narellan. Camden Mounted Rifles: — Oct. 19, Drill order, 2 p.m., Field Firing; Nov. 1(5, O. C's Inspection, 11 a.m-, Review Order ? Dec,. 7, 5 day's training 2.30 p.m., Drill Order. Royal Fwrbestees Oct. 21. Fortnightly meet ing 7.30 p.m. ' Government Land Sales ^Campbelltown Oct 30. . Revision Court At the Court House, Camden, Saturday, October 19, at 10 a.m. ' Licensing Court;— At Campbelltown on the i ? 19th at 10 a.m. Camden A.'H and I Society AnnuaLmeeting, Friday, October 25, at 3-30 p.m., at School of Arts. . ^ Menangle Philharmonic Society :-r-Concert ?Friday, October 25bh at 7.30 ' V ? Cawdor C. C. v. Padbington :— At Cawdor November 9 ? Camden Park v. Cawdqh : — At Camden Park November 23 ? Camden Dairy Co : — .Annual meeting, at School of Arts, Friday, 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

SANDER & SONS' EUpAI^YPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His $Iajesty the King qf Italy, as ppr communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con? sul-G.eneral for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1'878.' 'Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinic^ „LrM universities fill over the Globe. There ;are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of Bimple distillation, forming crude ruinous oils. In order that these cry.de oils may not be takeq 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 fqrw^rded to up through the ..Consul at . Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take : — It is proyed by tests made by the Medical Clinics of tho Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), .and reported by Drf Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and f rofessor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

TKT ANTED — Two or three stonaj^raj^rarapiiice 3/3 Y.Y per yard, 2J inch metal. road from Westbrook to The Oaks. .con- tractor, O ~f REWARD. — Lopon .tne 14th of last-month, 3D X 'a d&rk bay or mpwn saddle horse, branded TJ over g g near shoulfi^', Peter Simonson, Car rington Hospital. / Jjl ,0 R SAL E. . A First-class WAG(GON, bjjlK^xy in .first-class order. , / sy ' Storekeeper, J&araQan. MOTICE is hereby given tlfet any person or persons trespassing on mvkland, leaded or otherwise, and removing stock iMsfeh'ora, ?^?iLhout notice being given in writing TO th^ Proutietor of their intention to do tho same, wiU'ue profBeq^iB^sto the utmost extent of the law. / -2=-. R. J. MARTIN, Eraroow Hill. October 17, 1895. i 0 03B IT TY PARIS* ROOM, A CONCERT will be -held in the - above Room, in aid-'Of Cabramatta Parish Hall Fund, on ? THURSDAY, 31st .OCTOBER,, 1895: Doors open, at -7 o'clock, Concert to .commence at 7.30 p.m- Admission 2s and Is. Miss Lowe, Hon Treasurer. - ? ...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS, LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. i BITTTER— Creamery, Is Od ; Factory, lid to i ll-gd ? - I BACON — Scarce 5jd to 6d ; Hams, ,7d ;to Lard scarce 4|d to,5d i ' CHEESE— Selling well 7d to'74'd- . I HONEY— 2d to 3d PIGS — 15s to 45s each i ?CALVES — 5s to 15s each HIDES — Id to 3d per lb -i - CALF SKINS— 6d to Is 3d each J FLOUR — £8 15s per ton 'i MAIZE — 2s'9d to 3s Od .| CHAFF — £4 10s to £5 Oa per toa BARLEY— 3s 9d I BRAN— Is ^d to Is Id POLLARD— Is Ojd to Is Id ' , OATS— Seed 2s' 9d to 3s j Feed : . 2s -8d to '2s lOd / ONIONS — £4 10s to £5 Os per ton ? HAY — Oaten, £5 10s ; Lucerne, £5 to £6 flOs POTATOES— £3 15s to £4 Os ? ? POULTRY — Brisk demand, Fowls 2s 6d to 3s 6d ; ducks, 2s 9d ; to 3s 6d ; geese, 4s 6d . per j pair ; Turkey8.cocks -10s to i2s,'hens 5s to 5s 6d' EGGS — 6d per doz r SALT — Dairy, £4 12s 6d per .ton, smaller lots 4s 9d per cwt. , .

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ELECTORAL REVISION COURT. CAMDEN AND CAMPBELLTOWN DIVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

?ELECTORAL 'REVISION-COURT. Camden and Campbelltown Divisions. A Court for the revision of the electoral' roll for these districts was held at the Court on Saturday last, the 19th instant. Mr. Edwards, S.M., presided; The names of 17 : new electors were placed on the roll. ;22^ names were objected to by the -registrar, and: all the objections were upheld. The revised roll contains 959 names for Camden . and 780 names for Campbelltown. Holdsworth, Macplierson and Coy., Sydney, ,f or Ploughs and A grieultural Machinery.

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Camden Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

Camden Pdico Court. Messsrs (X T. W.hiteffiatf and C. Turner, J's.P, presided ait this Oour£ on! Saturday last. The Court -vras called for I f a.m., but it tras not until 12 1-5 p.m., that a sufficient fiumber of magistrates could be found to proceed 'with the business of the day. Annie Fryer v. 'Wi'lliain ^Volley. Mr. W. E- V. Robson (Messrs Wallace and Robson) appeared on behailf of the defendant, and Mr Charles Bull, M.L. A., on behalf of the plaintiff. This was a case in which Annie Fryer claimed^ from the .defendant, W. Wol.ley,. .support for hef illegitimate child. The ' details of this case were reported fully in a previous issue, and substantially the same evidence was submitted at these proceedings ?? as at t.he last, with this exception, that,. Mr. William Smith, a farmer of Westwood, '. Brownlow Hill, g-ave material evidence bearing on the case. We refrain' from .giving publicity in detail of this case. The amount claimed was lO's per week. The Bench gave a verdict for th...

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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

pawddr,. , [From: our own correspondent:] Through the energy, of. two or three of our residents the roads here are becoming; in- an S«;ext'.elleiitfConditioDj and it is pleasing to note ^Iiat our ivorst piece will be macadamised ' r'/efore' long; .at le^st it would , aeein so, as / * ' '? , metal ia being- broken np at one end of it'i thanks are. certainly c|ue-to.our late member, Mr. Kidd, for his assistance, in -the matter. I would like to draw attention, however, to the fact that the middle bridge,; between the foot of Razorback and Mr. Jaa. Boardman s. residence, has ,no rails and as oak trees,. ;&c., grow on one side, of it, when: those trees are ' sighing in. the breeze'' horses have a disinclination to pass over, and in my opinion, an accident might occur at this bridge at any time. In other respects the roads cannot be found fault with to any great extent, for which wejihank our. Government and its officers. ? ,

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