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Camden Dairy Farmers' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

Oamdep Baiisy A largely attended and thoroMg-hly .re presentative meeting of persons interested in the dairying industry was held in the School,of Arts on Friday Afternoon last, 18th instant. Among those present were Messrs Pratten and Wilson, of. the Farmers' and Dairymen's and Fresh Hood and Ice Coys, and Messrs J, Eidd and Shanley, of Camp, belltown, On the motion of Messrs H. Moore and , F. W. A. DowneS, Mr. D. ?Tott4 f P., was : voted to preside, who explained that the object of the meeting was to find a remedy for the recent .cases of prosecution in the metropolis for milk adulteration, suppliers ; feeling confident that something was wrong in the Act-, or that the t,ests were incorrectly -made. He would .call upon Mr,. J. 3£idd to address them,. ''Mr, Kidd, who w^s well. received, said the object of the meeting had already been ex plained to them. Tfrey might have noticed by the reports in -(fche Press that. similar meetings had been held in the South Coast, A short time ago ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

B 1ETHS, MASEIA&ES, DEATHS, {Memoriam and Return ob1 Thanks Notices : ^ TWO SHILLINGS EACH. Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

SOAP, SOAP, SOAP. . Golden Fleece, ? ? Manufactured only by the Australian Soap and Cawdm Works, Camperdown, near Sydney. ' ' PURE AND PERFUMED. 41b BAR is. The Australian Soap Company commends thie v - : 'brand. Possessing all the ingredients for Washing ' ' Blaching, and Perfuming, without injuring the ' ?t ' text-ire of Clothing sent to the Laundry,' Each '' bar about 4lbs. Price Is. One trial will prove its value'.- Sold by all la%e ? - ? Storekeepers. ; %J MffM on HE WOULD SOON GET WELL IF ME DID. ?' IT C0N0UERS_ PAIN. , Universal Providers. We offer a maximum of SOLID SATISFACTION for a MINIMUM OF COST/ ' We. SELL EVERYTHING that a Civilized Being need USE or WEAR. - ? ^ s FASHiCH'S' f A8S1E0, - ' H0H6EH0U1 iTE^S, STATiflS mmim. SEND FOR PA.TTEJ4ES, PRICES AND RS3HION SH£2TS. ANTHONY HOSDEBN a sons, ' OEARKET, GKLY, SYDNEY. ? TOo Great Speeifi©. St. Jacobs Oil Conquers Pain. : : T-ho Universal Household IRsmody for ^ Pain. A most Marvellous Hoalth Restorer. ' ' .Tho World's Pr...

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

ii). Y. C H OWN E, SURGEON DENTIST. , - : Visits OAMDEN tho FIRST TUESDAY, in each MONTH, and may be consulted at Mr. Carroll's Camdeu Inn, sii)ii enthA!^6'k. A RTIFI ci A L. TEETH fitted 6n the latest soicritifip principals. ...-., TEETH stopped arid extracted painlessly. . '$) CHARGES STRICTLY Wtdi)E RATE. . ^ i Syariey Address: 201 Macquiirie Street; opposite '^Parliament House. r~ ? ? ? - ? ~ ? * ' v ?? ' ' ? ? ~ W H I T E ii. A N, ^ AiiGTii: S^Re^t, CaiCd'kn, ° BtilLD'ERS' IRONMONGER, . Oa. &nd CoLoit SlEfioflANT, Pi.triiBBE, &o. All kinds of Builders' Material and General Ironriiongeiy iu stock. Galvanized Iron,, Guttering, Ridge Capping, &o. Galvanized Iron Tanks, all sizes. ? . ' Crockery, Glass-ware, So;, Window Glassy Wall Papers. , Estimates given foe Plumbing 'WofeL Commercial ICOteL C AMD E N. MRS. AffllENCH. (late of Leichhardt;- Sydney): This firat-cl.iss Fariiily Hotel, replete with every ? possible converiieuce, and with moderate terihs, will...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Campbelltown. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

Campbelltown.         [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] The exodus from Campbelltown still continues. Mr. Knight, organist of St. Peter's, and Mrs. Swinger, ladies' nurse, have left for Burwood and     North Shore respectively. Mr. Doyle, for ten   years manager for Messrs. Fieldhouse, has also left   the district.  

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 October 1895

LOCAL NOTES As will be seen by announcement, Alder- man James Noakes bas tendered his resign- ation as Mayor and Alderman of the Municipal District of Camden. This is   unquestionably the 'wisest and best course   that Mr. Noakes could have done under the present circumstances, and, also considering the urgent work now requiring the most careful attention of the Aldermen. We are satisfied that the persistent efforts of Alder-     man Griffiths in not agreeing to grant the   late Mayor leave of absence was solely done in the best interest of the ratepayers. There is no doubt whatever but, that, the Alderman's action was perfectly in accord- ance with the Municipal Act. We con- gratulate Alderman J. D. Rankin on his appointment as Mayor, and there, is no doubt, but, that he will fulfil the duties with much credit to the township. The choice of the Aldermen was unanimously in favor of Alderman Rankin. Inconsequence of an ...

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

Camden Police Court. A Court was held on Monday last, Mr. O. Furner, J.P., presided. Jesse Small, in custody, was charged on   suspicion of having stolen a bay mare, the property of Mr. G. Hayter, of Werombi. The case was remanded until Saturday, the 26th instant.  

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Camden, Municipal1. O'ouncil. A special meeting of this Council was held on Wednesday, the* 23rd in.st.. The. following Aldermen, were present : — J. D. jRankin, H P. Eeeves, 0. T. vWhiteman^ J. P., G-. F. Furner,. JF. Frier, G. Cleveland ?and E. G. Grrifl&ths. 1 ? Alderman J. D. Rankin was voted to the ?ohair.- ? The minutes of the last meeting of tlie Council were react aud «!on-iruied. * : ? liie business lor.- vyincn . tne 'Aiaermeir were callfed together was to1 receive the resignation; of: Alde'riuan James Noakes; as ' 5.' Major and Alderman, aud to . appoint a .Mayor in bis stead . ? . The Council Clerk then read the: ^resfg-.. - nation of Alderman James Noakes, which ?was received and adopted. Alderman Beeves 'proposed, and Alder jbjan 0/ T., W hit'eman seconded, Alde^niaTi Kanlkih as. Mayor for the 'JVlunioipal ????: year. . Carried unanimously. , : . T)ie meetmg'afte^ considering the date of- . . , nomination, for aa Alderman , terminated.

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Camden A. E. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Camden A. H- and I. Society'. . The annual meeting of this society was called by announcement to be held at the iSchool of Arts, Camden, on Friday the 25 th instant. The president of tfre society, M?. Ohisholna, J .Tv, .and the- .treasurer, Mr. ' Alderman lieeves wore present. . -ikietjf/ers. of-^pology for the. absence of Mr. Onslow. /Thompson, Mr.. F.- W., A.. Downes,. -and Mr. G. A. Martin; were received. The j. ? j*--. ? ? :,i ? i — i president w ciibuu xur aouia uuii^iuerwuiu time in order to commenee the proceedings of the meeting, but,, owing to the paucity of attendance of tbe members of the society, the president decided to postpone the meeting for four weeks from 3?riday last th'e 25th instant. Instructions were given to the secretary to isstie the necessary ballot 'papers, balance- sheet etc., prior - to . the meeting, in order tso comply with the rules of the society.

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Our Spring Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

: Our Spring Carnival, ?? ..A . TBt Geo. Lansley.] The young Spring comes, right joyous is her. flee,*. ? ' f' ''' )Lo, the pale robes that round her tripping feet ? ' ^Flutter to blossomy breaths ! Her beaming face ? ' Smiles upou fields that smile with answer sweet; , --Oh, bright young visit, and thou comest here ' - To bid a groaniug land be of good cheer. ' '.And by the hand tliou lead'st a- jocund tide Of holidaysy that bring to heart sick men ??r--.;v.iEest,'and the open sky, and peace to hide Awhile those self^coiled meshes they retain Prom the deep tangle of their orsried nast. May tlrey forget each feverish die they cast. f i - , But oh I Thy first bright bought gift they will' -r abuse In their fresh hours of Springs tis joy to match *-\ Steed with the eager steed to see them shoot 'T ' O'er the green sunshine, a delight to catch \ ' The sinewy play of chest aud undulous haunch,- i v, ?' When the bright silks their wavering crescent i ? ? launch^ IVhat perverse arts' m^b ...

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Death of Mr. William Channell. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

* Death of Mr. William Channel!^ Wg regret to announce the death of the late Mr. William Channel), dairyman a^.d orchardist of Mittagong, and formerly of ' , ' Menangle, the deceased gentleman was a resident of Menangle for upwards of 30 years and was much estpemed by all for his upright and manly qualities. The deceased had been a great sufferer for many months prior to his death, he underwent an operation for a cancer in hiB face about six months % since, and has gradually been sinking up to the last. The Jate Mr. Channell was 63 ' i years old and was the eldest son of the late Mr. William Channell, of Camden. The funeral took place at the Mittagong cemetery t, Vy i v - Ns , * , Qn Friday last, and was attended by his brother Mr. John Channell of Camden Park jand hie sister Mrs Nash of Goulburn, to gether with many immediate relatives and sympathising friepds. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

? ? - A3SF ADVERTISING DOD&E, You an^t always tell by the heading of amarticle what it ia. It nlay be an advertisement for Warner's Safe Cure 'a safe, sure, and positive dure for diseases of the kidneys and liVer, and their develop : ments,' and you do'aot read advertismeuts if you know it, but you bkve read this ono so far, and ought to finish it, as it will only take yoii thirty ? seconds to rgad the testimony! of Mi's, Eliza Parkes, I who lms resided in (risborne, Vidtdria, for thirty years, which is witnessed by the wife of the Rev. McBribe, Wesleyan- Ministor of Kinetoii. She says : 'About six years ago- 1 was taken very ill, and was confined to my bed for several months,, being attended by the doctor who Resided here at that time, whom I believe to be a very clever and skilled physician, and most: certainly a- very careful and attentive one. ' After doing all he could for rare, he gave nse no1 hopes' whatever of recovery, and stated that I was suffering from diseased |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRAO Under th,e distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by ithe Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul-General for Itely at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. I*8* Acknowledged by MJedi,cal Clinics ! omversities all over .the Globe. There are imitations pf Eucalypti Extract in the market, products pf simple distillation, forming ! crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils mayuot 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, yre take: — It is proved by tests made by the Medical 01inj.es of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and. reported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the MediGal Clinic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

WANT-ED— To buy 3.Q0 head?iyoung. cattle . F*. ,J. Dou^t, Camden. WANTED — Two or ihree (tone breakers pj|ice 3/3 , per yard, inch metal. Apply on the road, from Wpstbrook to. The Ofilfs.' George Adams, con traptor, PI REWARD.— Lost ODj the 14th of last, month) 30 _L ,a dark bay. or bro.\^n saddle horse, branded! TJ over. gg near shoulder, . Peter ; Simoneon, Car rington Hospital. A. nice .little COTTAGE at Studley Park to letv Low rental. Apply W. W. Buckle, Studley Park, Narellan, or,,at t^a Camden fleas Office. jjl ,0 R - S A 'J eV A First-class WAGGQN, built , by Glasson, jn first- claas order. ' Apply ;E. CROSS, storekeeper, Narellan. NOTICE is hereby given that . any person or; persons trespassing on my land,' leased or otherwise, and removing stock therefropi, without, notice being gi^en in writing to the Proprietor of' their intention to do the same, will.;be prosecuted to the utmost extent of the law. R. J. jMARTIN, Brownlow Hill. = October 17, 1895. * ' ^ TX7J5S LBYAi? Sun...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Mrs Campbell, wjife of Alexander Camp bell, a well known tailor of Prince Edward . Island, gave ]bir th to five children (all of them girls) on J uly ^Oth last, Mr. Campbell, the, happy husband, is 84 years old., , , Mark Twain, Amos Cunimings, Bret Harte, and. Odie Reid are practical printers, as were A'rtemus Ward, Petroleum V. BFasliy and Suit Lovingpod? ' There is but one use for lawj but one excuse for government— the preservation of liberty-rto give to each man his own, to secure to the farmer what ,l».e. .produces from the soil, the mechanic.'what he invents and makes,' to the artist wllat^he ci''eates,\toi the thinker the right to express his thoughts. Liberty is the breath of progress. — M. Q. fngersqll. This is what laughter. d,oes for a woman ; It keeps her heart young.- It makes her like people for the sake of the pleasure they gii?e_ her, and they in turn like her. , It makes her steps, buoyant. It keeps her eyes bright. It keeps her face from .wrinkling. It is a beauti...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS- ! : LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. BUTTER — Creamery, ll£d to Is; Factory, jLQd ? to Hid' ' ' ' ; ; ' BACON— to 6d ; Hams, ;8d to 10d .-...? ??':jLard scarce 4|d to 5d' ! v CHEESB-^Selling welled to 74d HONEY— 2d to 3d ;i ? ' PIG-S — 15s to 45s each CALVES— 5's to 15s eaoh HIDES— 1(1 -to 3d per lb CALF SKtNS— 6d to Is 3d each FLOTJR— £9 10s to £9 l5sper'ton i MAE?E — Ss lOd to 3s Od CHAFF — M 10s to £5 5s per ton BARLEY— 3s 9d ' ' BRAN— lsjOd io Is 0|d . POLLARD— Is Od to Is £d OATS— Seed 2s 9d jfco 3s : Feed^ 2s 8d to j2s ? »10d ^ ! ONIONS— £4 10a to £5 0s per toa ; ' a y i- - ... ?HAY— Oaten, -£5 - J^Qs ; Lupernet£fxtO'dS6 10a ' POTATOES— £4j2a;6d to £4 5s ?POULTRY — Fair demand, Fowls 2a ;0d to -3s Od ; 'ducks, *fcs- 6d ; to 3s Od; geese, 3s ,6d ppr pair ; Turkeys cocks 10s to 12s,, hens 4a 6d EGG-S — 6a per:doz SALT— Dairy, £i 12a 6d per . tonr smaller lots. .48..9dppr Qwt. ' . ' ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

TJ3E DOG, TIEE MAN AND THE MEAT. A friend of miue and I were out walking together the other, day ; . a dog dashed past us after some thing he saw on the pavement. It- was a. big piece of meat; He pounced on it and swallowed it in two seconds, My companion looked' at the dog with envious admiration, 'My humble friend,' -he i, said, ' I'll give you £5,000 for your appetite and your digestion. You are not afraid to eat ; I am.' But the dog knew what happiness ispiadeof. He declined the offer and trotted away. It is astonishing how many 'different people use this expression. 'I am' or ' I was' afraid to eat. As the writer pens these lines five letters lie on the table before him, everyone of theui- con- taining it. Yet the persons who wvote the letters are not known to one another. There was, there fore, no agreement among them. Wljy should there be, even if they were acquainted ? No, there is nothing in it to wonder -at. They went through the same experienep, and express it in the most...

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The late Archdeacon Druitt. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

?Thelate Archdeacon -jpruittr Tho cerqmony of unveiling1 the memorial. ^ tablet - erected in St. John's Church of England, ' Adaminaby, to commemorate 4Ue memory .of the late Archdeacon .Druitt, 'recently took place in the presence of ,a 'large congregation, the Rev. S...Harfc, officiating. Mr. ;S. Mackay, J.P. on behalf of the; subscribers requested the acceptance by the Bishop of the Diocese,. the Incumbent and the CHurcli Wardens of {he Parish, of utbis memorial, tablet, 'erected to- the glory of .1 ? ? . * _ ? \ ' . ' . f! jl . '»' t ? ? f uruu ana in pious memory 01 me -laie vener able Thomas Druitt, one of the Archdeacons '-s-f the diocese,' Canon of the Cathedral; '^Church of S.t. Saviour's, Goulburn, and for many years incumbent of the parish of ^Cooma. ' The tablet was then dedicated. ' We regret to :hear that Mr. John Monk of -Mount fiunter .is dangerously ill. ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Holloway's Ointment & Mils ! TiffS PILLS purify the Blood correct all Disorders of the Stom!aoh, Ltv&a Kidneys and Bowels. They invigorate ana restore to health Debilitated w CoA's'titutiona, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to Females ' i ? ' -t of all ages. For children d'nd tfie aged they are priceless. : THJS.. OlNTMJiJN'f is an infallible remedy for Sad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old W&in'd Sores and Ulcers. It 13 famous for Gout &nd Rheumatism. For disorders of . the Chest it lias .no ei|'ua:f. For So re Throats, Broach l'irs, Coughs; CoiDs; Glandular Swelling-s, arid all Skin Diseases it lias ri'o rival j and for ^ Contracted and stiff joints it acts like a charrn. Manufactured only at Professor Holloway's Esta'Blishrii'ent; ? 78; NfiW OXFORD ST REE'I' (l^te 533:6xFOPvD! STREET) ' arid are sold at Is l|d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d, llsr22s; and 33s each Box oif.Po't, and inay tfe ha'd at ; all Medicine Ten dors throughout the. world. Purchasers shoul...

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Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

-Werpmbia [ECuoM ,-OTTB, OWN CORRESPONDENT:] The cricketer's ball was held at Mrs, Ja^aes / Cuthell'.s residence at Werombi, on Wednesday the /23rd instant, and was .a great success. About 22 -couples were present. 'Dancing ..commenced at , ?.30 p.m., and 'was kept up with much, spirit until .the early .hours!' Supper was provided at 12 o'clock the provisions having been prepared, by Mrs. Jaines Cuthel. Among the ladies present were Miss K. , Cuthel, dark brown skirt and light blouse ; Miss \ ( J ane Rapley, pink trimmed with, black lace'; Miss rt S. Rapley, black, cashmere skirt apd light blouse K- Miss M. '.O'Halloran, flowered muslin and pink gibbons ; ;Miss M. Mar den, carried off the honour of belle, pale blue zephyr trimmed with pale blue and cream, ribbon and lace,; Misses Devitt. (2), black cashmere, primmed with white silk ; Miss. j. Cuthel, ~ -'-.black oashmere trimmed with water-? waved silk .; Miss E. diithel, -black skirt' and scarlet bodice ; .'MisSiBugden, Camden, whi...

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