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

3PXJ0B EiXO ? NOTICE. V ]?9.9 it PPt occurred $0 you t$at you can obtain 'a first-class Suit of Clothes for 63s, from '? ' ;,,:0Ea lansley^ . ? tailor; J^itest ftylej,, excellent qualify. Gents' .own ; iSfeteriai' made iip. AU work done oti the pr'emi&s, 1 geo'rge l^nsley,\,. Artistic Cutter, , , Argyle Street. Camden. ' ? ? ; ? r ' Jp U B L I C N' O T ; I C E , The undersigned is nqw prepared to superintend ijho erection q£ BUILDINGS or iny other WO'frKS in the diktict ofCamden. CH?AS. FURNISH, ... ? ? _ _ . Camden. O , T I C A- \ -VvV- ..r V'- ?? .-? , y m Any - person - or persona j found trespassing' on l)rieltou JETstat'e will' be prosecuted. ARTHUR J. D 6' U S T, wJ* JL . f ~ _Propert-,y, Fire, Life, Finance and . General comiAissio^ agen£ ' C A M D E H. VALUATIONS MADE ^ Several farms for sale', Particulars an ap plication . , ^ ,,, \. During my absence from town, at any timeVlifet of properties may be seen at Mr t). Doust, Store- ; keeper, Camden. * ' ' iQUMBERLAN D'...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Spaying Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

^Sjpayin^ Cowjj. 1 In reply to a question asked in our cor respondence column two weeks since it is evident many of our readers are interested: in this subject, a Victorian handbook hasj just been published giving the views of a; Veterinary Surgeon on the matter. He' says : ' The kind .of cattjle to spay are aged i cows, qows having suffered frpra milk fever, ! ,to^eh mjlkcrs, three-teat ,cows, or cows ,of': any faulty description in this wavmav be ' ,cleai;ed .out profitably and honestly, because — 1. They' make (flesh rapidly and hold tkeir condition much better ,even ;in dry, rough or cold wet weather than unspaiyed. 2. They milk well for a longer period, how long cannot be stated, as different animals jrary naturally, but on the average a cow, if spayed six weeks after caking, and judiciously hand-fed during summer and winter, will milk well both in quality and quantity for three years at least. 3. T:hey realise on the average 80s. a head more when in condition, and ;can he milk...

Publication Title: Camden News
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A Canvas Town. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

A Canvas Town. When viewing the encampment at Arma, /dale, one of the suburbs of Melbourne, at a little distance, one is reminded somewhat of the old golden days;' but a .closer in spection reveals quite an agreeable contrast. Clean, white tents of a uniform shape and size are neatly arranged in streets and avenues, and a peep inside reveals a pro mise of comfort and a pleasant feeling of xhome^ The sanitary arrangements are complete, disorder and dirtbeing conspicuous by their absence, C'eanliness certainly appears to be considered an important part of Godliness. The camp has been formed by a religious body known as the Seyenth day Adventists, who held a similar meeting at Brighton two years ago. About seventy five tents has been pitched, including one large pavilion for general meetings, and a . smaller one for the gatherings of the younger portion of the community. At the ? entrance is a reception tent, where visitors are cordially received and entertained, and a book depof? wher...

Publication Title: Camden News
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She late Campbelltown Common. OPEN TO HOMESTEAD SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

\ ? ? ? ' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? The late .Pommon* ? I 1 ' OPEN TO HOMESTEAD -SELECTION. I ? In response to Ipcal requests, and to the ' -' suggestion of the late itrustees, Mr. Oarru \ thers has .decided ;to throw the late Gamp belltown common open for homestead selec tion. This -common was subdivided abpi^t ? tw.o years ago, with a view to disposal ip. an, other form. By direction of the M^pi^ter, however, proceedings were delayed, pend- . the passage of -the new ikand Act. The .oqly .stringent .cqnditions of homestead selection are residence in a duelling place on the block worth not less than £20, and ?; i ipaynront of a moderate rental. ^ The rental /is lJt per vcent., or threepence in the £ on ^ the capital value during the first fiw years, when ' a homestead grant may be issued. Afterwards it is 2£ per cent, for the nest' ' ; 10 years. At the end of this term,%and fop every succeeding 10 years, a reajpprajise ? . v ' ' anent of the rental take^ place. On petition , t\ . ,of 20 marri...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Camdefr Municipal CttttteUV ''Che usual fortnightly meetibg of this Council was field on Wednesday tlie1 30th njlt. Present tfee Mayor, (Aldefmeti' H. P. Reeves, G. F.Furner, W. C. Firmer, E. *G. Griffiths, J. Frier,- G. -Cleveland and' C. *l'r Whiteman. The1 minutes of the last meeting of tlie -yo«neil was read arid confirmed. , Alderman W. C. Furner who was absent :from the Council last meeting, took this opportunity of congratulatirig Alderman ^Rankin on his appointment to the office of Mayor and; trusted that his term wuuld be a ^successful one, and to the benefit of the 'township. . A petition signed 'By a large number of ratepayers was presented to the Aldermen asking that instead of the pan? in private house — in accordance with the Nuisance Prevention Act— being emptied once a we&k, that the ratepayers have the privilege of emptying theit riightsoil once in every fourteen days. The petition was received.-. The following report was received arid adopted from the: Insp...

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

THE DOG,, THE MAN A3*TD THE MEAT. A friend ,of miqe.and I wei;e out .walking together the other day ; a dog dashed past us after some thing he.saw on the pavement. It was a big pie,ce ;of mea,t. He pounced, on it and swallowed it in t.wo second^. My companion lqoked at the dog with envious admiration, ' My lium,ble friend,' he paid, '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 ip mad,e of. He declined the offer and trotted away. It .is astonishing how many different people i^se this '.expression. 'I am'' or .u I was' afrai^ jto eat. As the writer pens these lines five letters lie on the table before him, ^eyery one of them con taining it. Y.et the persons who wrote the letter^ are not known to one another. There was, there fore, no agreement among them. Why should there be, even if they were acquainted? No, there is nothing i,n it to wonder a,t. They -went through the same experience, and expresp it in...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Correspond fncb: Mr. Onslow Thompson's letter in reference , to the electric light for the streets of Camden, ?was then considered. The Mayor stated, that, in the aSbsence of legal advice on the sui jecti. it would be advisable to postpone the discussion to a ^further meeting of the Council. Alderman Frier's motion as to the purchase of a road roller for the use of the Muni ~ -sipality was adjourned to the next meeting ,«of the Council. The following accounts were received'and passed for payment Fox £1 19s 4d ; ' 3CelJy £3; 12s ; Watson £2^ 1 Ok 6d ; Council 'Clerk £7 Is 8d Sundries .£1 Peters £7 Ote 0d„ Rent £6.- ( The tenders for The Oaks road was next oonsidered. Mr. CI- Clissold's tender for £81 178 was accepted.- Thetender for metal from Narellan to Camden bridge was given to Mr J. EL Wilkinson at 9s 6d per cubit yard, in lieu of Mr. €& Clissold's previous tender

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

Arthur Hideout, | rSTE.AM SAW i&IILLS, WKBOMBI. 1 ! Hardwood Timber of every description i| delivered to any part of the district at cur- \ rent prices. - j Tongue-grooved lining and flooring hoard? j 1 (hardwood) supplied. Orders may be left^ | at .Mill, or W- 0. Furner, QwPaden. if- I LE (G A |( MR. F. B, COWPER, I ' V^*V II V' .SOLICITED, &C., . | . il9,:(Jiirflt Floor) Post .Office Oh ambers, | 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. [ t ~T; H, BOSWORtl, TEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING, ! yieiits Oamden weekly,, | ?4gent and ;Pia,nQ T,uner fox W. H. Paling and Co. Address, care o;f Mrsl^ew. Hazel Villa, Hil^ j; ? Street, Camc^i. - ^ I L Ji I A M M o E W A N, ARGfTLE STREET, OAMDEN, §ASKER (GROCER A$D CONFECTIONER,. | Weddings, Pic-nicf , &c., catered for. 1 Wedding Cakes a speciality. ^ , — - ? - | ? ? i A — H The latest and most oomploto - ag Bffl Catalogue' of SufiUs, VliHits, linlba l !' 10L H Bj B Hauil Fruit Trees that h.i-i et ei been B} \ i&9 B...

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Bank of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Bank of New South Wales'. The half yearly meeting of the Bank of1 New South Wales was held in Sydney on' Thursday last. Mr. «J. R.. Hill, presided. The net profits, alter deducting rebate on ?current bills, interests on deposits etc., ?providing for had and doubtful debts, ?amount to £84y7i57 3s lOd ; to which is to 'be added undivided balance from last half year, £21,848 4s 8d, giving for distribution ^106,585 8s 6d, which the directors rt com mend to be appropriated as follows : —To payment of dividend at the rate of 9 per cent per annum, 084,435 and carrying forward to ' profit and Joe*,' new account, £22,048 18s. The paid-up capital of the bank has been increased I -y £56,900, and now amounts to £1,894,200. The reserve fund has also been increased by £14r225 premiums on the new shares and now amounts to £1,172,297 2s. The directors report was of a satisfactory character. Pumpkins and MoIods. — Every available spare piece of land may be got to yield these ^ crops during summer ; ...

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

BAT LEY'S B L 00 D PURIFIER Removes Pimples, Boils, Blot&hes, Uloers, Old Sores, &c. A jthe bipod from all impurities, it clears th£ skin and gives a -healthy tone and strength to the ^rhole syatexa. BOTTLES 2s 6d and 4s 6d.

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

Dangers of travel/ i ? ? ij&b daiij^iirs incidental to tra^eUing* 8$e'm to be, increasing' rather than' diminishing. Almost daily it is our painful (iu'ty to ' record appallih^ deaths^'1' ?on land an'dsea,'ahd it wb'uld almost seem as if the progress we aire supposed to have maide in scientific appliances; in place of minimizing, enhances the chances of danger1. But no more careful coiiBidera tion we find it is'taot so much that science is at fault as that men ate careless. 1 Carelessness' is the acttfal cauie of a great per centage of the irtost terrible catastrophe^ and deaths, and as long as responsible persons igjabr this fact the present death-rate will continu^ To permit the kidneys to rot away, or tp'suffe^ lirnestone de posifcs-to accumulate in the bla^aerj is criminal carelessness,' especially wbe^ a s ixpe an,d safe cure is obtainable. Mr. ThOmag J. ,/jk. Bakhap, Mine Proprietor, Hob'a*rt, Tasmania, ^ays pleased to say that some years fi.go J. derived gfeat and las...

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

MITUATJON wanted by Strong y o^ng 'G^rlj. Jpnd of children, small wages^ A M., Post 'OJSce, 1 Camden. ? ,/ fflO CARTERS— Wanted prices ca^fcing^Bricks JL per thousand, Sand per load, Water per to Crown Hotel. Address T F LALOR, Camp belltown; J -pAWDOR Wl^LEYAN SUND^ SCHOOL ?T- ' ? ANNUAL PItyNIC 'f will be .bold near the Public/School pn Saturday, Noyemb'sj: ,9'tb. ^ i; ,f _ For Adults and otb^r tban'/Sehojol Cbil&ren, a collectibij. will be talren iip at tables to ' defray ex penses' and- aid School =;:? ? f ? ?' A Cricket Match has beeij arranged between a Sydney and a looal ^m,.and_ tbec)asual amusements W:1I be provided ; GAM DEN 'WESLEY A N SUNDAY SCHOOL AN^iyERSARY.— In consequence of the' inclement weather of '..Sunday l^st, the Sunday School ' Anniversary has b£3en,;p!bstponed 0 Sunday afternoon next, ' the 10tli instant; Special Service at tbe -Wesley an Chnrch at 3 ^^ Addresses by the Rev W Wall, Recitations, Singing by the Children, distribution of prizes, &a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

A couple of Scotch ministers were taking ?dinner together one summer'' day in a little parsonage in the Highlands.' It wasj s sabbath, the' weather was beautiful, and the bubbling streams were full of trout, and the woods full of suirimer' birds, One1 turned to the other and said; 'Mon. don't ye often feel tempted on these beautiful Sundays to go out fishing?' 'Na, na,'said the other, 'I never feel tempted— -I' just gang ! Cleanliness covers t&e' whole field of sanitary labour.' Cleanliness that is purity of air ; cleaiiiliness that is purity of water; cleanliness in and around the house ; clean liness of person ; 'cleanliness of dress ; 'clean- liness of food and feeding ; cleanliness in work'; cleanliness in habits of the individual man and woman ; cleanliness of life and con versation, purity of life, temperance — all these are is roan's power. ' Don't forget to laugh. Laugh when yob are' happy, laugh when you are amused, laugh at yourself for being bored. There is always...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

' PRODUCE'. MARKETS- LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. BtTTTER-r-Dairy lOd; Creamery, Is, to Is; , |d Factory, lid t.) Jl^d Bacon — $}d to 6d,I Hams, 9d to 9^d Lard scarce 4^d to 5d CHEESE— Selling well 7d to 8d HONKY — 2d to 3d- . ? PIG-S — los to 33s'eacb .CALYKS — 5a to 15s each HIDES— Id to 3d per lb CALF SKINS— 6dito Is 3d each FLOUH— £10 10s to £10 15sperjton - , MAIZJE— 2s lld'to 8s 3d , , /' ( CHAFF — £4 10s to £5 5s per ton, BARLEY— 3s 9d BliAN— Is Od to Is1 2d* ' ' ! ' ' OATS— .Seed 2s' 9d -to 3s ; Feed ; 2s*8d to 2s lOd HAY-rOaten, £5 5s to £6; Lucerne, £4 to £5 10s POULTRY — Brisk demand,' Fowls 2s 3d to 3s Od ; ducks, 2s 6d ; to 3s 3d ; geese, 3-* 6d per pair ; Turkeys cocks 7s to 12s, bens 5s tgT'6s EGGrS— --G^d 7d per doz ^ ,-f

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Notes,- . ' r * ; t ; ^ * 1 » » ^ , I 'It -is, a SatiSfactpfry feathre to kifow that vGamflon' ^ratepayers, _ at, least- those r\- i'esiily^Tfrithiu the municipal boundary of ?C-fmrTett^'liad. an dppJrtiinuy on Tuesday ' la^f* So boat* the views- of the Aldermen of ' ffDa maen' '' on tlia .^question of a , -.Water Supply. It cannot Be ''coiisidered that thd -? 'cne^ing1 was a sitccess, fox' it'' is purely evident 'the A Mormon 'themselves were ' VSmde'dy^a-t^. if. is -'-also purely* evident the Aldermen, ibeimr in' this dilemma, were - inrist anxious^ that** the Ratepayers should' » at least' btrfngtheii their h-ndv, ' m\ order 5 ^ f that nhdy ';inight -be in a | better } '? * position 'to aflcortairt the ^ opinions 6 * ^ 'bi' '''the - 'rafcgp'afove/-^^^^ ? f ' f'' ' *''\the 1 ' pdmraenoeihent ' of , the wa'ter i ijutstion, pointed *^ut tliat a water supply v ' ior Camden is ah absolute and important: hefifssity, -and-- we: havd' also pointed out that tlie Aldermeif, themselves; bef...

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POETRY. SOMEWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

POETRY. 'somewhere. [SELhCTCD] v ?' If \ve Ilrc'd in the country of so'mewhdre/ybii | ' ' £5ould dd vvhatever yon chosu to do. lustedil'df a'boy; wiblyV garden to weed; u ' ' 1 ' ' v' you lni^llb be'ii knighfc-,wilh a sword arid a^fceed. i jiidtead of 'a ^irl.-.witli.a towel to heiri, ( - , You inigKt-be.a princess with iobe and g'eni. f' ' In th'e ;coun(-i^ of somewhere uo one' looks 'HAfc maps and (blajjkbo'ards, and grammar books— - 7 ' I^For. all your knowledge just giowsaud glows, * -''Gike'the song' iu d bird, or the scent of a rose. Jto'irL if c\ ar I ch nice on a grummet's day '\-C -4^0,'Sliat \v6nderful region to find niy 'My fill-, jthen.'if 1 tinil the stories trfle, ' '^'^(juiokas'I 6:tu I'll come for you.

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Music in Camden and District. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Music in Camden and district . N Since the arrival in our midst . of Mr . T H. Bosworth some three years ago; music has undoubtedly made rapid strides. The Camden, Picton and Menangle Philharmonic Societies have been formed, for all of which Mr. Bosworth^is engaged as conductor, and the eicellent programmes put forth at the various concerts have cultivated a taste for high class music hitherto almost unknown. The Cauiden and Picton, and more recently « .-/; the Menangle Societies, have given '' very successful concerts, two Miscellaneous, and two Cantatas, viz f the ' Merry Men .of , - , 1 ' ? Sherwool Forest' and the 'Haymakers.' The choruses of which were rendeied with such precise attack and with such light and shade as not only to surprise the local . - - , ' ' people but also many metropolitan visitors. , ; ' Thanks to the painstaking efforts of the ' . 1 ' conductor. It is also worthy of note that ' ' the solos of these two works were well ' / r \ given by the Societies own me...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

(To the Editor.) - Sir, — I see that the Camden Council have by ^advertisement,1 prohibited, bathing to - take' place within the boundary; above the bridge. ' No doubt, . this is a^-very good move, -as the water. consumed ?by 'the majority of the r. town vfolks is piocured - at -the bridge.' butj-T-thmk.it is very uuiust.that as a ; resident, of the .south . part of the town, I anv '.debarred from, taking , my 'usual Sunday morning dip^as; on that day. no water is drawn from the ?river, for consumption.. Asfl- dare -not brenlw the law, * I will now have to, journey^ about a mile, instead, ,or go without my dip. Yours. &c., , RATEPAYER

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

' (To the Editor . ) ^Dear Sir,— Y/ill you please allow me space to vdc.-'S.?'rtflay-vfil'few-^ord4*eonoern;ng patt'of your Menangle correspondent's 'report qf the Philharu ioiiic'' o^bcert Jv held here last Friday -week, 'lie ~ state's, that 'including recitations in such a programme i$ a jn is take.' The remaik is soinevvhcib; ainbigtious b't if he means' that recitations are out of place in PbiUnirimouic conceits I ask for his authority, \x) V ' /.V'-V'/v':.'';!-'':;'1' do not pretend to any great knowledge in tbe matter, but am confident tliat bad his opinion been' correct no one would have been asked or allowed by o.nrJ conductor and committee to r.oeite :at all. , Your correspondent goes -on to state that 'the pieces selected were not of sufficient merit to warrant their being given.' Doubtless this ewoep- ' in« assertion was written without thought, for .to affirm that some of Will Carlcton's Farm Ballads,, including 'Betsy and I are out,' and ' How Betsy aud I made up'' i(th...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

' .Camden Postal Information, - . ? ? Akkivals keom : OBrownlowHill — 11.3Q a.m. daily The Oaks — 1 1.30 d.m, daily Mount Hunter — Noon daily ? ^Liverpool — J.2p p.m, Mondays to Jfiidays, on . *« , 'Saturdays at 7.o 2 p.m, ^.???'?I'vv'i'-'ViN'ai-ellan-^-li.'Sa a. in daily and 7.25 p.m from Mon-. i 1 days to Fiidays, on Saturdays at 7.52 p m 1 Campbelltown — ditto ditto i - Granville — v ditto . ditto i - Sydney — ditto ditto , Mails g^osf. por ; / Brownlow Hill — Noon daily - ' The Oaks — N'»on daily Mount Hunter — 12 .'.0 p.m daily 1 ' t,~ Liverpool — 8.35 a, m daily , Narellan— 8 33 a m,' Qnd 2.20 p.m daily , jCampbelltown^StSo a.m, and 2 20 p m daily :? - Granville— S^SoV.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney— 8.35 a ni, and -5,50 p.m daily. ,!-?„(= ? ; Cawdorr-Mondtvy , - Wednesday and . Friday at 12 15 p.m.' . ' T.P.O. Sopth— 5.^0 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex ? ' 1 cepted.) - ' ' Letters posted in Camden before 8 30 a m, are 1 - ? delivered per l o'clock delivery iu ? Sydney. ' ? ' (Sunday e...

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