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Camden Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Camdon W^ter Supply, i.- A largely Q.ttende^.' meeting of ratepayers -.wnq ??? held in the - Sohool , of Arts on Tuesday^ ??.evfinitrg,..- 1 5th instant, to coneider the question of a Watei' ? Supply for Camdon . The Mayor (Alderman Jr D. JRankin.) presided, . and explained tho object 'of the meeting, readiug | advertisement from local paper empowering same'r..!'!?.;;*,' i All hp could say \yas that .-he felt: ,as8uredr-r-w:hich-.; ever way they decided— the Alderman would do. / .; i their best to carry out thote..wiftljes..:,-:;Ho.-woiild:.a-Kk--.fV.v.::.v.'-i 1 the Aldermen present to othelr.-. views ?v-bei.ora'/.-.i-.-v.&s them. ? - - \ Alderman Griffiths scarcely k-iovv \-hy the Mh) or. , ^ i called upon lnm firtt'to speak, It vri is soivcely '.»ir . ? - Iv 1 seeing that the m»eting was 7iot called at hi- :n- f 'h, I litigation, he being lather again-t it, but 1 eejgnu- , / ' 1 ing how unanimous ?- the A-dei men . were, he li«d thrown in his vote with them., Ei'3 reason ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

THE DAILY USE Be/ojI! ME^L3 Of Wolfe's . Schnapps proj^otMt a flcpp^f -ra=fricj - juice that stimulates tlwst^ach, re.- kindling. its -j natural craving for food a- 1

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

INjSUfSE YOUR ' ' iBUILDINGS, STOCK, FURNITURE, , | ' , ? ' ? ' \ % V !- . , - lHOUSEHQIiD EEFEGTS ( . j., ? 'o ' Against lass; by Fire, GasiFotplosion, . pr Lightning, ;jn the I I ? LIV.3EBPOOL AND LONDON | . ' ? ? |: :: AND OLOBE, :V ?' I ?? .3 ^ .. ? , ? k ? ;£ .5 ''The [Greatest tFire and [Life .Assurance Company of the World;' :J , — - - V : t ??ft NOTED (EOB ITS :LIBERALIT,Y AND iPBOMKCNESS ^THROUGHOUT THE .WORIiD. ' '£ ;g ' o ;- .... ? tw :E ' - ' Lfei - ^ r ; r\ 1 i ^Losses Paid byfthis Cotnp*ny to 1893, f£30,'431j812 Stefling. ;? 'l Head Office for Australasia, 62 Pitt Street, Sydney. _ ; /Agent for, Camden and District, vW. .SIBMAN, if'.Camden Sews'. Office. j ,Agentc for Narellan, MR. DalVID NOT3? - ?w3——atMW0—B—aawBBMpw)w»iniiciiJiiii «wa»wa»»™»»zamnnMawMnMawa— ?an ; 'Holloway 's Ointment & Pills? THE PILLS purify the Blooa. correct all Disorders of the Stohaoh, 'Ltv&r Kidneys and Bowels. They invigorate ana restore to health Debilitated r. Constitutions,...

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

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Raly, att per' communication made by ' the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through 'ishe Con sul-General for Italj^ at Melbourne, 14& March, 1'878. Awarded Diploma at tfie Amsterdam Ex- : hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics Universities all over the Globe. TKere aj^i1 imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude rejinous1 oils;'- In-order' tliat these crude oils' may not be taken4'' for- our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by tne me&Tcal division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure . origin, as per information forwarded to us through , the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 187*8, we take ' It is proved' Tjy' tests made by the Medical Clinics of tho Universities at Bonn'aitd Crreifswald (Prussia), and -eported by: Dr.' Shulz, Professor of Phar-' macology at Bonn,- and t'rofessor Dr....

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Forthcoming Engagements t Sale of a 92 acre dairy farm : — At North Cawdor, with till njqdern conveniences,, by Ft. H. Inglis' .sale yards, Camderj oj? Tuesday tlie ' - 12th instant. ' Auction- Salts t— Of liorseg, cattle, pigs, piqdijce, 1 *. ~ etc., every Tuesday, fioin 2 p.m , tit Mr. , R H. I n.g lis' Hale 'Yards, j -Oamden. . I ?- N 1 Camdkn MomjxtiD s RiFLiS Kpv. 16,' O. C'p I Inspfction. 11 a.m. Ile\ie\y Older; 13ec. 7, t ? ' 5 d ty's trauiinsj 2.30 p m , Drill Order. ' - , Camden Daihv - 'o r— Anuuil muetiug, - at School i ot Aits, Frid.iy, S.'h November, at 3.30 p'm. ' School of Auts CoajMiTrEe Meeting . — 2nd ? , Tuesday in each mouth. , ' . Picnic Sports i— At The Oaks ot^ Prince of Wales , l .Bjrtliday, November 0. Aid of R. C. Church fund. - Camden' vVesleyan Sunday Schopl-r^Annual treat at the Springs on Saturday November 9 7 Election of an Alderm.m at Council Cbanibeis ou - Monday the 1 1 tl- of November at noon to t^ke the place of Mr. .lames Noakes resigned, v.- - -...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

^ SB'i &XQUS SEBVICES. ' ' Church. of England.'1 Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev p. «J. King. (ij.c) i' Xamden-r-at 7.30 p m, Kev .T. F. R»ss,ell ' ?A . Menangle— jit 3..3J) Rev C. J.I£ing 1 1 Westbrook — at 7.3.0 p.m, Rev C- J* Iiing v Theresa Park— r-at 3. 30 p.m, Rev J. F. RusseJJ \ , ?a- Werombi — at 11 Rev J. F. Russell t. \ ? Cobbitty — at 11 a.m., Rev F. Gh Neild ; ' ' , ? ' ? Cabrainatta— at 3 p.m, Rev F. Q'. Neild *?».: ? iJarellan— at 7 p.u»., He.v F. G. Neild .!,? ' ^ r ' Primitive, (Oaipden — H a m, Mr '5-i«sfc t /V uvV' , CUtpden— .\t 7.30 p m, Mr. Atkinson . ? ? /.-x- v - ''-j / Bob'? R-v:-^e - at 3 p m, Supply ' I xf (V; ?.'* . ^Bri'ii^eily— at 1 - a.m. Re\ R Mowbt^y * P -I, ^ 'iVInitQ— at 7 30 p m, Rev J. Ashmead V ^C'xmdcn— rU'-ll a m.. Rev YV. Wall. \ ' Gdnjilfin— «i- 3 p m, Children's service, recitations, iLtfi®4''' 4 ?s80ll{rs-, tlddre&S. ?. \ v '' j' * -*' \ / Camden'— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. P. Whiteiuan /' - '- 4'' -SCawdoi — at 2.30 p ir), Mr. W W. Smart /'...

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Burragorang Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

Burragorang Aboriginals. [BY H. J. McCOOEY.] Many interesting ceremonies connected     with the death and burial of N. S. Wales aboriginies have not been noted by the authorities quoted by Mr. J. Steele Robert- son. I can only speak with personal know- ledge of the aboriginies of Burragorang and Mulgoa. I distinctly remember the death of a young black boy in Burragorang about 36 years ago; and shall never forget the soul piercing death-cry raised by the gins   and how all the black-fellows, several of whom were burning off timber for my father, threw down tools and, taking up the wail, ran over to the camp. The dead boy's mother sat on the ground and hacked herself with a tomahawk ; she then smeared her face with white pipeclay and glued her   hair with it; and in this ghastly state of   mourning, her head covered with terrible   wounds, she remained for several weeks. I was not present at the funeral but ...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 7 November 1895

LOCAL NOTES   A 92 acre dairy farm at North Cawdor     will be sold by aucion on Tuesday next by     Mr. B. EL. Inglis Sale yards, Camden the     farm is well situated and possesses all the           latest improvements.                                           The Camden News, Thursday November 7, 1895.             Caterpillars are playing hayoc with     vines in the vineyards at Minto and Ingle-   burn.     &nb...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

?:$ 'V ' Narollaii. -V1 '' [From our own Correspondent,] ; The following yill represent Narellan C. ;y; %C-',to play against' Douglas Park on Satur ^?'jday : — A, E. Moore, Alf; Olissold, Hunter, l^'Britton,, Waterwortb , French, W. B.uckle, ' Williams, LarkiDS, G. Mitchell, Graham.

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

^ Oaks. ; - 'I From our own Correspondence! 1 / Wii The sports held on Friday last was very '^-sttccessfolj/aboat 400 people feeing present. ^?'?;;;®he,follow.ing. are the winners of the principal ^-?wents^-=-Sheffield Handicap, H. French, 1 ; McEvoy, 2; John Devitt, 3. Open ^Handicap, H. Taplin, 1; J'. Devitt, 2. Won easily. Horse Race : J. Kelloway's B,A. 1. 43-alloway Race .* C. Dawson's Little Creeper . 1. Second . Horse Race ? J. Clarke's Jock, -. J.' Pony Race ; C. Dawson's Little Creeper, ''.'J.. Several other races for bribes, &c i /jvere run oil during the afternoon. t^HThrowing at wicket ; C. Briggs./ Cutting ^ . .Candle : J. Devitt. .The luncheon provided , ,on the ground under the supervision of AJrs. f McSvoy, ' .assisted by Misses O'Hare, k : pitapatrick, Donohoe anqL Mrs. Guerin, i: . -was everything that .could be desired. ' In the evening a social wa9 held in the School - rof Arts, and was well attended; About 40 , , .couples were present. The $oor was in go...

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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Cawdor. - rFKOJkl OUR ?OWN CORRESPONDENT.! Cawdor was alive with people on .??*???? Saturday last. The pic-nic in connection ^rte;i^vith ^tbe Wesleyan Sunday School was held and passed off successfully. 1 s; & :s; A crieket match, Cawdor v. Paddington -was won by the former. The scene in the large paddock near the v. . Public .School was an orderly &nd happy f .one- ?? ana ?? reminded ? the visitor or rustic -Cy' pictures in older countries. The' day was that coald be desired, and in every case j -evidences of enjoyment could be seen aa „'*{ -the good folks wended their way homewards. « The Standard C. 0. of Paddington met 4 Cawdor 0. C. at Cawdor on the 9th instant, ( - which resulted in an easy win for the local v £eam, the visitors where 3 men short pick ^ £ng up 2 pickups, the visitors .first went to I the wicketjs. Cawdor C. 0. first innings {totaled 207:.- -We re'gret, through want of ( \ ' £pace, being unable to give the scores in -s -v, detail ? , ? ? ?

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Oobbit^ ? [from OUR OOHUESPONDENT.] A ipatdi between the recently formed Kirkham Cricket Club, and a team (froni:. Wivenlioe, Brownlow Hill, fttul Orselton ( combined, also' tw9 repre^n Natives, froi^7 - 7 ..y, 'ti' msm.j ? . ? ? ? ? p- sr, ' i %$$&rheresa Park, was played at Kirkham on ms^iPrince of Wales' Birthday, Unfortunately fs'fcwfor ? ? the .-home team they were much in need m'wot practice and their fielding was very loose. ? 'The result was they suffered a defeat by «.;? wicketa. The refreshments were all most . kind ly supplied by Mrs White who was / . present in the pavilion, also Mr. and Mrs Downe?, Miss Thomas, Mr. and Miss Rut s'/ledge, together with many ladies and K-te^genttemen- connected with, or visitors at , ' Kirkham. Mr. 1). Hunter umpire for a : Kirkham, Mr. 0. Larbalestier umpire for . combined team. Mr. V. Maddox captain yr.-fpr Kirkham, Mr. J. Hunter captain for .combined team. (We much regret that we - .cannot find space for the. detailed scores of...

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Theresa Park. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Tfeeresa Park. r ' [from OTfB QWN OORRESPONDENT-.J On Saturday the annual picnic jn con-: nection with the Theresa Pari? Sunday'* ' School was held in Mr. .Downes's paddock near the river, Everything passpd orf - - exceptionally well and qll enjoyed themselves ' thoroughly, ' ' , - On Sunday a floral servioe w^s Leld in thq church which was very prettily decorated. The Rev J. Russell opened the ^eryico'by . , ~ ' prayer and a short reacting or tbo Bible and addresses 'chiefly to the children. The programme for $t|0 afternoon consisted of ' singing and recitations by the teachers and children of the Sunday School ; Miss S. A. Sraajl presiding afc the organ: All the items bad reference te the powers whi0h w^re afterwards taken to the Carrington Hospital by Mr. Kusseli. The collection which was ? in aic^ of prices for the children amounted v £1 for which the teachers offer their ' thanks and knowing that the congregation was principally parents of the children feel ' ihat their labours...

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St. Peter's, Theresa Park. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

. St- Peter's, Theresa Park. A Fiower Service was held at St. Peter's, Theresa Park, on Sunday - afternoon last. The church was decorated with flowers and evergreens. A large congregation, a fair proportion of which were adults, was present. The service was conducted by the Rev. J* F. Russell, B.A., who took as his text, St. Matt. VI. 28, ' Consider th© lilies of the field.' Miss A. Small presided at the organ. On the previous day a pic-nic for the scholars of St. Peter's Sunday School was held at Theresa Park.

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

* : Menangle- ' t-4,: [From our own correspondent.] In your last issue appears a letter from Mr. Harper in which he takes exception to a portion of my report on the late Philhar- , monio Society's concert in whioh reference is made to the recitation 'Betsy and I' given by him, I am taken to task fou ^ saying that the piece was not of sufficient merit to warrant its being included in tho programme., .and this I still maintain, Mr». Harper notwithstanding; being assured tbafe my opinion would be concurred in by 99 per cent of the persons present ar. the conceit, manv of wham have esrnrfissfld t.h«ir sur prise to me that such a pieoe was allowed to bo given, and I will here state that many of -r ' the gentlemen to whom I have spoken on the subject are competent to judge of this matter as is Mr, H, . The only fault I committed and one which I freely adnnS is that perhaps I blamedl the author toa much and the reciter nojtv enoufrh, and this arose from my desire tO'be perfectly fair to Mr...

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Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

^Tesleyair Sunday, Sfefcooi. £aniversaiy.-~ . The Wesleya^ Sunday School pic-nics at Camden ahd Cawdor on the 9|h instant, were «ll that v the promoters. couM: wish, .the M. tendance of children in both cases was considerably over 100, whilst parents and others in generous numbers indicated their sympathy with the work of the schools by their presence and help. The teachers and officers were unremitting in their attentions and contributed ' much to the enjoyment of a day unmarred by a single discordant circumstance, 'In connection with the Cam den School the Anniversary sermons were preached on November 3rd and peaceful words of encouargement and hope were spoken from the parable ** The seed growing secretly.' The afternoon service was de ferred on account of rain, until last Sabbath when the Church was crowded, not only the regular seats but also the aisles. An excellent programme of recitations, dialogue^ and song, was well rendered by the children. Miss Whiteman presided at the o...

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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

; v Bringelly. . Tfrom our own correspondent.*] The first anniversary of the Bringelly. Temperance Society took place oij Saturday last (Prince of Wales Birthday) and was commemorated by a pic-nic and a concert. Most of the party met at the public schooj and marched in procession, headed by a Scotchman, in full dress, playing the bag pipes, to a pleasantly sheltered spot on Mr. Pearce's estate. Nearly 200 persons as sembled on the ground. The usual games were indulged in and thoroughly enjoyed; In the evening an adjournment was made to a building kijidl^ lejatby Mr; Mcintosh^ . i, where an entertainment was held, consisting of a temperance service of song, , entitled. ' Buy your own cherries.' Several songs and recitations followed by members and friends. It may be safely said that the entertainment was one of the best ap- ; ? preciated and most largely attended of any that have been held in Bringelly, the : building not being large enough. The collection amounted to £1 6s, It is in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

. .;isOAP, SOAP, SOAP Golden Fleece, . 'Manufactured only by the Australian Soa£ ant ij&f&tiv-v. CA.tri-iiE WoxtKs, Oamperdown, near Sydney. » **\ IU RE AND PERFUMED. 41b BAR is. v The Australian Soup Company commends thii brand; Possessing all the ingredients fot Washing ' BJeaehing, and Perfuming, without injuring fh- texture of Clothing sent to the Laundry* -Eacl Siar about 41bs. Price Is. ?: ' One trial will prove its value. Sold by all large Storekeepers. ;? ST JACOBS OIL ' . HE WOULD SOON GET WEIL ?y IF HE DID. . IT C0M00FRS JP/MN.I s . ^ - ? ? ? ' ? Universal Providers. ~ We efier a r&axtmtmi1 of SOLIir SATISFACTION ' * - £-33? &- MIHIMBM OF -COST. We 3KL£i- EVEBYTHXHC* thai a Cmliz®& Being, need XJSST or WEAR. ^ \ — — f-— » t m«s FmiES, r » K8U8EISMLP- ITEMS, STATION REPJISITEa ? _ I, I,, ' ? ? — — — ' ' ££ND FOR PATTERNS, P&M&a JUH^ * f FASHION SHEETS. ANTHONY HOBDERN 'ft SONS,: HOTAflKET, mill SYDNEY, The Great Specif...

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Death of Mr. Samuel Hall, of Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Death, of Mr. Samuel Hall, oi Werombi It is with much regret that we haye to announce the death of Mr* Samuel Hall, farmer, of Werombi. The deceased had been ailing for about ten days past, suffer- ' ; ing from a severe attack of influenza, hut on Friday about 5 o'clock in the evening more serious symptoms ensue I, when in- ' , flamation of the brain followed ; despite the assidious attentions of Dr Morton of Oamden, and friends. Mr. Hall nnvAr rallind and ' - died on Saturday night near 10 o'clock. The late Mr Hall leaves a wife and a , grown up family. The deceased gentleman was 69 years old, and had resided in and around the Camden district for upwards of 40 years. The district will much miss the deceased— ever genial and kind-r who was much lifeed by all with whom he had either , private or business relations. The deceased was buried on Sunday aift'ernoon at the cemetery at Werombi, by the Rev J. Fi Bussell ; there was a large attendance of the immediate relatives of the decease...

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District News. Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

District News. Werombi, % | FEOJI OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT. 1 A return social was given on Wednesday the 6th instant, to Mrs. Alfred Harden by the young gentlemen of the district, About 15 couple were present to show their respects to the worthy hostess, Dancing commenced about 8 p.m., and continued until midnight, when adjournment wa,s made to the supper room, where the company partook of the erood thiners nrenared by Mrs, Marden, Misses M. and May Marden, the rooni was beautifully decorated for the occasion, full justice having been done to the good things provided the guestg again returned to the ball-roonij which was also beautifully decorated by the samp young ladies, and one or two gentlemen. The ladies present looked very charming. Music was supplied by the ever obliging young- gentlemen Messrs F. Hayter, D. and. J, Rideout, and T. Cuthel. Mr, W, Gibson carried out the duties of M,C. Dancing terminated at daybreak, when the guests returned to their respective homes quite delight...

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