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What is a Burragoranger? (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

! TOat' is a Burragoranger ?. TBy 3vB; W.i \ , . v (GTbritiriufed from our last issue.) In approaching this,' last, branch' of cay subject, I feel myself safe from any risk' of offending the susceptibilities of the' present, inhabitants', becarsse the type of which I writ& has beeome extinct, in ?-'? fact,' all romance has vanished from the valley, and the people down there have bec'ome just like ourselves, which, I suppose, may be taken ito mean all- that is excellent. ; , The customs and habits of . people take tueir tone rrom the nature* ot tne country m which they live ; and where the land is cut off from free access;' where there are no roads, no school ; and' but little intercourse : with the outside world ; the refinements of civilized life can: hardly be, expected to flourish, and' so it was,' aforetime,- in Burra gorabg. Following one pursuit and isolated by rivers an'd mountains from one another — without books, and rarely if ever seeing a newpaper, the ohly subjec...

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

No#es. 1 ?' ?' \ ... ? V . , It is not many montlis since that the Railway Commissioners paid a visit— we ijv.ere going to say to the township of Oamden, but,' that would not be technically correct — to the Camden tram' station', and ?/. remained inspecting their property for the period of half an hour, and then returned; after promising that . the requirements demanded on behalf, of the' residents of . Camden by the late Mayor, should received their careful attention. The only require - msnts that we know that have been effected i's the repair to the crane at Camden, and, to give credit, we must not omit to add,; that the existing lamps of the foptbridge. at Campbelltotfn are, or have to be, -lighted when considered necessary.' Now, that does hot amount to much considering the many important , requirements named to the Commissioners, and which have been either shelved) or, are still having the mature and deliberate Consideration' St the' hands of these gentlemen in Sydney.' Take th...

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Occasional Scrawls. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Occasional Scrawls,. ?- {By It is a source of gratification that aotne of ; pur townsmen pre bestfrjripg themselves in moving for water supply, light, etc. When ifchese boons are secured, fa moye mjist then be made for a new semo.tery., new station ho^ise and platform. It is a wicked shame for the Commissioners to build platforms jand waiting rooms at places where only half-a-dozen houses are to be seen, and Sphere only a few people use them. Here, ,we hftve a very large., population^ who /almost daily crowd our station, house and Yjlatforin! vet the Commissioners for Rail ways shut their eyes to this fact, §nd ignore our requirements. In your last issue, you give Mr. Bull credit for getting a grant of money for the bridge over Nattai River. It is only fair to add, that our late energetic member, Mr. Kidd, moved in this matter first, and he had the promise of 'the n.eedful' fojc tjiis worjc when available. Being hard tip, and having plenty of spare time, I tooji the trouble to visit...

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Carrington Convalescent Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Garrington Convalescent Hospital The Lieutenant Governor Sir, F. Darley^ President of the committee of the hospital, and silso Trustee for the estate, paid an official visit of inspection to the institution on Thursday last* and was accompanied by Lady Darley, Miss K. Darley and Captain Youug, and Were met at Eedfern Station by the Vice-President, Sir Alfred Roberts, who has Bince the foundation of the hospital taken dn ardent interest in the weU fare of the institution ; also the Hon Edward Knox, and Mr. John Kemp, (Directors), Mr. Deas Tl-mmsnn. n.nrl T)r. PnrRP.r. mint; TTon secretary's, Mrs Deas Thomson. Mrs Purser, and Mr J. T. Walker were also with -the party. The vice regal party were met in Camden by & carriage , kindly lent by Mr, Onslow Thompson and pro- - ceeded direct to the institution; The Hon Physicians Drs. Bell and Morton, rrlembcrs of the local committee, Messrs Downes and T. O. Barker, Mrs Barker,, ladies committee, and a few - guests were in waiting to re...

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

-Narellaj}. [From op .owk. Ooreespondei^t.J The weather still remaining very unfavourable i ( to theldairying industry, consequently, the re-open- ! ing- or the Karelian Creamery had been further postponed. ' * : -Mr. GK Mitchell, a soji . of -our „worthy public r school teacher) has' received the appointment of ^ pupil teacher, as successor to Miss Edina Macphersori, was takes her departure for Peiar .'on Friday. ' ' ? ? ?' ' There Was an TiTmnimllir larwo n f f on r? nn rtd r-4- inn , . - ? — — ? 1 ? -'J o» nuo , monthly meeting pf the local Band of Hope society, held on Friday last. The Rey. G. U. Allnutt pre . sided, and. took this opportunity of thanking M^iss Macpherson. for the valuable assistance and aid she j.had always.so freely given to the society, pad other ►??concerts, and also in connection with church work. - The programme was highly appreciated. Mr. 'F. Mitchell, better known as '.Roy lance' recited ? . ,? ' The Life Bpat' in a very able 'manner, whilst (his , readi...

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Bofo'sjlange. ? [FjtOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT;] i On Thursday last we -were again thrown into, a ( state pf excitement, by the outbreak pf bush, fires, i raging at furious speed and whioh ; made great ' havoc with fences. More caution should be taken . in bunding trees so as not to allow fires to remain . likely to incur danger to neighbours. Those who kill snakes bythe. road side and hang . them on fences pr logs, or^leave them in the road / way, should remember that' such a course is' very dangerous to passers by. Lovely specimens of gold from the. Coolgartjie goldfields have been exhibited in this locality . The excessive heat and continued .dry weather . is speedily changing the appearance of nature frqm green pastures to a barren dry vsraste, and causing anxiety among the farmers as to their, iuture crops.

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

LQGALJ30TES Bush fires, were observed raging ibeyemd Mulgoa Forest on Monday evening last. The number dogs /registered by the C,P.S. for. the Oa'mden police district totals up to 6,72, ' ' ' '1' ' ? ; Prayers for rain are being offered at the ! Church of England churches in Oamden a.nd district. ' ' ? ' ; The incoqao ,tay exemption of £300 jn the - taxation machinery bill was struck o,utby the legislative Council on Tuesday last, , j jj . We baye never seen the ISJepean Eiyer lower than at the present time. In many places one can thrown a log across and pass fjfoin ope sia$ to the other. ' ^ A perc^i weighing the extriaoTdinar.y weight of 41 ba loz. was last ^reek caught by rod and line in the. P^epean Eiver, towards Vermont, bp Mf . Eavillion of Camden. , ' 1 . The Camden Tweed mill, is now again; £n working order, and all the machines will* ere many days be in full swing. Steam has been kep,t ,vp for many days ,pasj:. , . Alderman J. B. Eankm has received many letters of ' congrat...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Camden Postal Information, . 1 , - Arrivals from: j Brownlow Hill— 11. 30 a.m, daily . The Qaks— 11*30 a.m, daily ' ' .j^-oupt punter— Noon daily / Liverpool— r7. 25 p.m, Mondays to Fridays, on Saturdays afc 7.52 p.m. ?Narellan— ,11.35 a.m daily and. 7.25 p.m from Mon« * ' days to Fridays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m ; Oanipbelitown— 'ditto 1 ' ' ditto \ G-ranyille-— '' .ditto '^ittp ! Sydney— ditto ditto I -Maii^s close roBvj , | Brownloiy ^iU— Noon d^ily ' - J The Oaks — Noon daily ^ j Mount Hunter — 12. 3Q p.m da,ilj Liyprpoql— 8.35 a.m daily i Narellan — 8. 35 'a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily I Campbelltown— 8.35 a.m, 'and 2.20 p.m dai\y Granville — S-35a'.m, and 2,20 p.m daily Sydney — 8.35 a.m, and 5.50 p.m daily. Cawdor — Monday, Wednesday and Friday at' 12.15 p.m. T.P.O. ' Soutb~5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted.) s . ,l ' ' Letters ported, in Camden before 8 30 am, are deli^red ,per 1 o'clock delivery1' in Sydney. (Sunday excepted) ' - English mail made up every Monday at 8.30 am On...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

[?] fPEOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ^ A ,cricket. mat6h took plkce here on Saturday last, 1 between' Ca.wdor and the Ideal club, which resulted in avwin for'The'Oaks. ''For. The Oaks, John Devitt ' \vho went first to the wickets and carried his bat thriugh 'the innings 'for 84; T Littleivood 35, Jas n' Deyitt 23, performed best. Whilst for Cawdor, J V Hunt'er'iS, 0 Dunk and A Barter 12 each were the ' , only batsmen who could make any headway f against the bowling of McEvoy and Littlewood, ' * who bowled throughout the innings. J y' Secretary please note— In conseqyence of the ! / ' ?, sports to be held'at The ' Oaks on Prince of1 Wales , f/ , Birthday, °the match Alberts v The Oaks is ^ I, declared off,' ? ? ?'? .' 4 ?? ? - ? ' .1' ? jJyjt.

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District News. Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Pistnqt W ew.s. ' . Menangle- . -- \ -? ? ? ? ' 1 ;| from our own correspondent.! '-1 ' T|be conpert g^ven by the members of the Phil^v'w. ? ? I; harmonic' Society in 'the hall on Friday, 25tfi C instant, was a great success and was listened to by .' a f airly large audience, spme of the visitors coming a considerable distance 'order '1o encourage the ' '-T t ' local sirigerd in this, thei'r first public appearance. The orchestra was 'principally composed of mem bers of the Picton and Camden Philharmonic Societies, who are' to be' complimented for their ^ v j kindness in tjius 'lending a hefping haud to the '? younger' .society. Of cotirsei ^-the great attraction , was the appearance $f Mr. Edgar Strauss, th6 - -' renowned 'cello playerj whose playing was much , i ^ » appreciated by all present,, although the effect was ' '„t ' somewhat marred by some discordant noises made h' 4 near ' the end pf the hall. 1 Mr. ' Dickenson sang - i ' The Wolf' verv well;' and the 'same may be said ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

(V ' Death, snj ' J -Channel!. — On Wednesday, ^sMzT&fastant, $& «' ' Jtfittagong, Wipiatp., 'elddst/sbn 6j : ;the late William Channell, 63. j Friends 'will please accept ^a mtirafilion. \ I» Uemonmf ;i ^L&'-Lqdob— In fond and loving mqpQEy ,of Emily Jane. 4- Lodge, who departed ,ihislifeon Octaber29, -' %/- V 3894. ' ' ' ' ' 'J ' / v Inserted by her loving .hi^sba^f and?olu|aren. J ; ; 'Vfe are only here a ,lttttenvlo fsl yj/ _ ' ? With uncomplaining lovay / And then I'll see , hep smiling face - * ' To welcome ns above. / '-Lodge,— 'In affectionate remembrance of my dear ; \ mother, Emily Jane Lodge, who departed .this ?life, on October 29, 1894. P Inserted by her loving daughter, Lomea ^Emily Lodge. jT // / One year has gone my^dth'^BMf, . 'No more on earth thy fac^toJee ; I . 'But with a daughter's fondesttflove, P Thy memory cUngs .tp m.&.£ \

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEAfES, ' Memoriam and Return os Thanks Notices TWO SHILLINGS EACH. Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra, ? ?

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

Arthur Hideout, STEAM SAW MILLS, WEROMBI. Hardwood Timber of every description (delivered to any part of the district at cur rent prices. Tongue-grooved lining and flooring boards ^ (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left ;at Mill, or W. 0. Furner, Camden. . I T E ' G A L. ? ? . . . * T' . ' MP. F. B. COWPJJR, a , , ? Solicitor, &o., . - , r-' ' i . 19, '(First Floor) Post Office Chambers, , 114 litt Street, Sydney. T. H. BOS WORTH, ^TEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN jk SINGING, Visitf Camden weekly. : Agent and Piano Tuner for W. H. Paling and Oo. rtett'V Addrpas. care of Mrs New,. Hazel Villa, Hill iStreet, Oamdeu. ^ ILLIAM . M -3 B W AN, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN, jBAKER -GROCER AND CONFECTIONER. ; Weddings, Pic.-nics, &c., catered for. Wedding Cakes a speciality. I THE | SAFETY SIGNAL ? if } '? |lj!| A PROTECTION FROM f 1 1 PAW. .... fy^\ IT NEVER FAILS ? !' ill TO. CURE. *- li!1! r-W HO ONE SHOULD BE I |\j!il| ? ' WITHOUT ST. j' JHSUBE ' Y O- U R ' . : IF E --UNDISPUTED FA'C...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

RELIGIOUS SERVICES Church of England,. .Camden — at 7.30 a.m. Holy .Communis ?; fCainden — at 11 a.m., Rev lj. A. Dempster Camden — at 7.30 p m, Bev.J. F. Russell - Menangle— at 11 a.m, Mr. A. J. 0. Thompson ' . , ' SMortonPark — at-3.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell .Theresa Park— at 3.30 p.m, Mr. F. W. A. Downes Westbrook — at V ;30 p.m, Rev H. A. Dempster ' ?Cobbitty —at II a.pti. , Rev G. H. Allnutfc. Karelian — 'at 3 p.m.', R4v'G. H. Allnutt,' ' Primitive,. Camden — at 11 a.m. Rev R. Mowbray Camden — at 7„30 p.m, Mr. H. Doust Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Bob's Range— a-t 7.-30 p.m., Rev R. Mowbrpy ! Wesleyan .Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev W. ; ^ Camden — at 3 p.m, Children's service, recitations, ! songs, address. ' Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. J, Bensley Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley -'.Cawdor — at 7 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor V, . ^ Glenmore— at H a m, Mr.'J. E. Moore Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall1' Westbrook — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. F. 'Whiterhan; ?Picton — at 3 p.m, Rev W. J. Davis '*...

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

; S OAF, SOAP, SOAP, Gf olden Fleece, Mai ? xufactured only by the' Australian Soap anc C /Akdle Wobks, Camperdown, near Sydney. ' 1 »UHE AND PERFUMED. 41b B AR Is. ?. v ? Tb ie Australian Soap Company commends thii ? bram 1. Possessing all the ingredients for Washing V 'Blach ing; and Perfuming, without injuring th« text-ir 0 'Of G loth ing sent to She Laundry, Eaol barab out 41ba. Price Is. One trial will pro ve its value.' Sold by all larg- .Storekeepers. . ^DMMMMMHHMMnuinMMataHnawMnWMMK ?. ? ST JACOBS OIL ? '? ? HE WOULD SOON CET WELL IF HE DID. IT CONQUERS PAIN. ? lv: — ' — ' 1 ? ? ? ? — Universal ? Provider's. We offer a maximum of SOLID SATISFACTION for a- 1 ? MINIMUM OF' CAST. 'We SELL EYERYTFHIK Cr ? that a Civilized Beiiig need USE or WEAB.-' ' B-BHKH1'8 FAMSIESg ' * HOMSEHOlflf ITEMS, .STATfON SS2KD FOR FATT11HHS, PAIGES' AND-' FASHION SHEETS. ANTHONY HOiiBEEN & SONS, - HAYMARKET, 0KLYr SYDNEY. ' ' * ? The Great Specific* St. Jacobs Oil Conquers Pain. ,!fho Univer...

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Discovery of an Australian Skink. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Discovery of an Australian Skink.   The well-known naturalist, Mr. H. J. M'Cooey, has published a minute and ex- haustive description of a new species of lizard recently discovered by him. The nearest ally of Ablepharus reidi is A. greyi, Gray, of West Australia, of which it is the eastern representative,, and strictly speaking must be regarded as a sub- species. Total length, 2.68in ; length of head, 0.20in ; width of head, 0.15in ; length of                           body, 1.10in ; fore limb, 0.25in ; hind limb, 0.40in ; tail, 1.38in.   This lizard was discovered on Yarran estate,   the property of Messrs. Carter Brothers, of Narramine, where it seems to be fairly plentiful. Mr. M'Cooey dedicates this in- teresting and beautiful lizard to the Honourable G. H. Reid, Prime Minis...

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Marriage of Sir Henry Parked. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Marriage of Sir Henry Parkes . . Sir Henry Parkes who is now in his 81st year, was married for the third time on Thursday last, the ceremony was performed by Archdeacon Gunther -at Parramatta. The bride was Miss Julia Lynch, daughter of a County Cavan (Ireland) farmer, who has been a member of Sir Henry's household at Annandale. As no intimation of the   wedding had reached the public ear, only a few persons witnessed the ceremony Sir Henry, supported by Mr. Robert L. Dunn, one of his Parramatta political allies, preceeded the bride, who was accompanied by Mr. Hugh Taylor to the altar. The bride wore a plainly-made but nice-fitting walking   costume of French grey cashmere ; also a   gold watch and chain, the gift of the bride   groom. Sir Henry appeared to be well and   hearty. Tbe third Lady Parkes is tall in stature, and of fine figure, with a pleasant homely face, and possessing the disposition of a lady, and well ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

forthcoming Engagements- . Auction' Sales :— Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. E, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. .Camden Mo.untkx- Rifles No.v. 1^6, ;0, jC's Inspection, 11 a.m., Review Order ; Dep. 7, 5 day's training 2.30 p.m.-, Drill Order. .Camden Dairy Co : — Annual meeting, at School of Arts, Friday, 8th November, at .3-30 p.m. School of Ahts Commxtteb Meeting :— ?rid Tuesday in each month! Cobbitty Parish Room s-r'Obnqf^fc (to night), Oct. . 31st at 7.30 p.m Picnic Sports : — At The Oaks (on Prince of Wales'. Birthday, November $. .Aid of R. C. Church - fund. Camden Wesleyan Sunday School—Annual treat at the Springs on Saturday November 9 ' ? Election of an Alderman a-t Council Chambers ton Monday the' ilth of November at noon to take the plaee of Mr. James Noakes resigned. '' Camden Q&tcket Club Engagements. ; -November 2 with Narellan at Narellan . ' ,, 9 Camden Park at'Camden Park ,, 16 Oaks at Oaks „ 30 Menangle at Ca.mden ...

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Camden Police Court. FRIDAY OCTOBER, 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 31 October 1895

Camden Police Court   Friday October 25th Present, Mr. J. Lakeman in the chair,   Mr. D. Nott and Mr. Charles Furner Jesse Small, labourer, on remand, was   charged on suspicion of having stolen a bay   mare, the property of Mr. F. G. Hayter of   Werombi. Police Sergeant Parker gave evidence and stated that from information received, on Saturday the 19th instant proceeded to The Oaks, and there saw the accused, out side of Mr. Bensley's store, and asked, if his name was Jesse Small, he said it was, and asked him if he knew a Mr. Horton of Mittagong, the accused said he did not and I also asked him if he had been in Mittagong during the past month, he said   he had not. I then produced the warrant for his arrest, and read it to him, wherein   one James Cluen is charged that he did at Werombi, on or about the 30th September   last, steal one bay mare unbranded the   pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

* SOAP, SOAP, SOAP Golden Fleece, ? V T£ 11 ifactured only by the Australian Soap ami ? ; ? . C'AWDlffl Wokeb, OatnpffdWo, near Sydney. 1 PURE AND PKRFTJMED.* 41b BAR Is. The Australian Soip C ompanv commends this - i ?' fcrfc- d. -J ossersti g all ihe ingredients for Washing B'eaohmf, and Perfuming,., without injuring' tho ;i':7 : ie'ture -ot. Cloth ing. sci.t to tho .Laundry, Each 'bar abfrut 4lbs. Price Is,. . ' ?- -s\.-v \ One trial will prove' its value. Sold' by all large ill '? ' UiE MAM WK8 WOULD C*T ASJ'. ? ; ii- .. 4' Oil- s' HE WOULD SOSMCET WELL; IF HE DID'. |TCr-^0««FRS_PAlW - ; Universal Providers. .l^Te offer ? a maximum- of . SOLID SATISFACTION:- . for a 1.1,1'HIBiIUM OF 'COST, U ' We.SEtS. EVERYTHING ; that a Civilised Being need y. 1 USE or WEAR. ? - ? rfiSHlOii'S FAHCIE8, ? ? ; ' ' ' 1 ' ' househoui items,. ? STATION f!Cru;S,/?:8. . I I.. I m mm mi i whim in -^rtv#— £E3S -FOR PATEEXUS, PRICES- M& FASHION SHEETS* ? ANTHONY H0RD1SF, ' : ; & SOME, :? ...

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