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

District News. Cawdor. [from OTJE OWN OQRRE3PONDENT.] ' The recent splendid rains has given new life to the crops, and the grass will be , , benefited. Some of our good folks here are under the ,? impression that immoral songs and recitations are given at the meetings of the Mutual . Improvement Association, through what I t: ? said in your columns when I touched upon . . *.-? the question of a ' hall' for Cawdor. Those . . .who think so evidently' do not read your ?j'nper, or get their information second hand. --.-What I said was something like this; Some folks think that the erection of a hull here is a necessity, and it would unquestionably De found very usetu. as the Mutual lmprove ( ment Association and the Band of Hope . monthly meetings i*1 the chapel, &c. I then stated that som* folks here consider that a chapel is not a fit »nd proper place to hold v such meetings, and while agrpfiing with them .,-to a certain extent, I remarked that these / meetings did a certain a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

LOCAL NOTES With the deepest regret we report the death of Miss E. A. Campbell, daughter of Mr. Donald Campbell of Cawdor, at the early age of 26 yearsi The deceased died , this morning after being a great sufferer for many months past. Much expression of sympathy is felt for her parents in. their bereavement'. The funeral takes place to morrow (Friday) at Cawdor. The man Jess Small has been committed on three charges, of horse stealing, viz., at ' Camden, Liverpoo1, and Penrith. Small is now waiting for trial at the quarter sessions . at'Parramatta. . ? At tho Camden sales on Tuesday by R H. Inglis, pigs sold at from 3s to li)s 6d ; Cows from £1 6s Od to £-2/ /-. A.' ' I ' . - ' -h ' ' , Saturday in Camden, was almost deserted bjMits inhabitants, the day being fine for out-door pleasure the people took full advantage of the holiday (Prinoe of Wales birthday). It is' gratifying to note that every thing turned out satisfactory, without any mishap, and every one seemed to thoroughly e...

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

Bringelly. . fpaOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ' fsThe chier event reoently was the second anniversary of the Bringelly Sunday School, which took. place on Monday, the 8th ultimo. The place oi resort was a paddock adjoining the school, where the usual treat was given to; the children, who assembled iu full force. Outdoor games were indulged in and en joyed thoroughly by parents, children, and visitors, numbering 250, which was very good, considering the scattered district. Lunch nnd tea were provided in Mcintosh's shed, kindly lent for the occasion, where also a concert was held in the evening, at a small admission charge of 6d. The prizes (or the year were presented to the scholars, nyrnns and choruses sunt* and recitations were given, and ' the whole concludi&g by sinking of the Doxology, and all departed well, delighted with the day's enjoyment, The proceeds amounted to £2,' which went towards defraying the expenses of the pic ric, thecbief port ion of -which was borne by the...

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Forthcoming Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Forthcoming Engagements* R. H. Inglis : — on Tuesday the 26th instant at Camden, sale of town property in Argyle street. Auction Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. Camden Mounted Rifles :— Nov. 16, O. C's - ? Inspection, 11 a.m., Review Order; Dec. 7, : 5 day's training 2.30 p.m., Drill Order. School of Aets Commutes Meeting : — 2nd Tuesday in each month. Camden A. H, and I. Society: — adjourned annual meeting at School of Arts Friday the 22ud instant at 3,30 p.m. Camden Dairy Company : — adjourned annual meeting at School of Arts, Friday the 'z2ad . instant. .School of Arts: — Gerald's Dramatic Company, Saturday 16th, ' The Shaughraun' 7.30 Cobbitty Athletic Sports : — Tea meeting, Concert and Bazaar, New Year's Day St. Joseph's Convent : — Grand Annual Concert at School of Arts, Friday 29th November Quarter Sessions, and District Courts: — will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th February, , 20th M...

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

Notes. We h&ve hut little to siy this week ahent *the water so^ply question, the Matter, as previously stated in our last note, is practically in the bands oi the ratepayers ; i ^hey have gitefi their i^presentativeu-^the Aldermen — power to expend a sum £S0 £n prosecuting the stibgect, and we have no hesitation whatever in saying, th&t, the; Aldertaen will rise -to the -fespoinsibility in: 'the matter and make the dullest enquiries possible to further the desired end. It (Snatfcel-s little to the Ratepayers Wh*0ther- its Mr. Sh&r key's scheme or any other scheme Ss adopted. So long; as a pure supply oi Water ca& obtained, fcfcd at 4 price which will liot bfardett the ; taxpayers. The Alderuien Are not ab«-i Solutoly committed to Mr. Sharkey) and at) j tlieir Panels ate at present Unti'ed we hope j th*t the best possible ad vied will be sleeked j and obtaiupd. There is an old sfcyiitg;, that-, ; ^delays atedangdrotiS,* yet on the whole now , that th« ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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POETRY. Song of the Shingle Splitter [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

poejey Song of tlio Shingle j3plitUr- [Sir Henr^ KenIUll] - ? In dark wild woods, where thelbne bTflS brobdS ? And. the diujgoes lightly yell-, Whfere the curlew's cry goes floating by, We aplitters of shingles dw-jll. ; -Ancl all day through* frortl the tilMe of the die# \ ? a ^ ^-To the hour wheti the tr-opoke calls, ? 'Our malJeba ring whtire the wo-Jd-bird8 fliufl Sweet hyuiiis by the waterfalls. &ud all night loug we ar-i lulled by the song 1 Of eales in the cruhd old trees. a S 5: - And 10 the bruaka \Ve can hear the Alid the irtdaii of th6 di&t&nt seas. - .3?6r af&V frdm heat Arid diiSt 6f atreefcj ? ' i And hall and twist ami dome, V;vV-?r-^ ' Crests ddep whert the torrents le&J* \hp^ . Is the shingle-splitter's home. The dweller in tbwA may lie on do writ fei And town his pallida and park, a , . We envy him not hia pleasaile lot, , . f ^ss:f : Though Vre sleep On ehudts of bark. :&s^: ?«: ^Our foOii is rough, bnc We HftVe enou...

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St. John's Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Si joha^s Camden. Ten of the members of the Sydney | Leidertafel, who were guests^at the Vicar- , age, took part in the music in St. John's Church; Camden, on Sunday last. In the evening, Bunnett's Services Were sung, and after the Benediction and the choruses, ^ 'NaJzareth' by Gounod, and 'Largo' by Handel, were rendered. Mr. Farr Sang Calvary.' Mr. Milgrove sang ' If with ' ' all, all your hearts' from the Elijah. Then the party san^ together, ' Holy Night.' Mr* 0* W. King presiding at the organ. During Sunday afternoon the visitors gave a. Sacred concert at the Carrington Hospital. Such a musical treat is not often enjoyed in - ' Qamden, and we earnestly hope that it will hot be long before a large contingent visits us. In fact, the matter is already being discussed* ; -'

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Drought Records in the Camden District. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

iJrouglit ' Itoeojjjds^Ja thd We have been faYoUred by the following extracts from . the late Sir William Macarthur's Valuable Records at Camden Park and which are now published for thd first time. As much interests is taken in this important question of droughts in the district, the information here fully given is of much practical value to all interested in agricultural* dairying and pastoral pursuits, besides forming a means of eafty reference foY all future time. The earliest records date from the year 181?, in which year Sir William Macarthtir arrived in New South Wales. Sir William came out to New South Wales with his father Captain John Macarthur, together with the brother of the Captain, the late Mr. James Macarthur, father of Mm Macarthur Onslow of Camden iPark i — 1817. Several Hoods on the Nepean. Very high in Marchu 1818t Heavy rains in March. 1819k February 18th, very high floods en Nepean; March 5th and 19th, Very high^ floods. Another small ftood in ?une. Then dry til...

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THE DOG, THE MAN AND THE MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

THE fi&G, THfi- MAN A$D THi) MEAT/ A frierir? of mine'and! t were ojVtwalK&g together the oth&' day a dog dashed past us'' after sohie thing hesa'W on the jisi^ement.' It was!' a big pied'e Of meat/ He pouneed on it antfawalloWed it iii two seconds'.' Jfty compivnibii looked at t!i'e; dog with1 envious /wlmiratioiV, 'My lmm bie friend,' he said, ' I'll give y pit1 £5; 000 for yoiV'r appetite aiid your digestion. YoU «\ e not afraid tb eii^ I am/' But the dbg knew what 'happiness is ma-de of. He declined fhe offer and trbtted away. It is astonishing how' many different people' tt3% thih expr'ession. 'I am'' or ' I wag' afraid to' ea^ As the writer j&tfs these' lines five letters- lie on' the table before' him, every one of them cbh t'fiining it. Yet the persons wvho wrote tlre letters' are not known to onS another. Th^re was, there fore/ no agreement aftiong thein. VVliy should there be, evdu if they were acquainted? No, thL-re' is nothing in it to won...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

— - — ? — /'»' ? 4, . EELIG-IOUg SEBVIOBS. Church of England. Camden— -at 11 a.m., Kev J. iJ. ivuaseu Camden — at 7.30 p m, liev C. J. King. Menangle— at 11 a.m, Rev C. J.King Westbrook — at 7.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell Theresa Park — at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King . Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Rev J. P. Russell ' Cobbitty— at 11 a.m., Rev F. GK Neild Narellan — at 3 p.m., Rev F. 6- Neild Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward Primitive. -Camden— at 11 a m, Rev R. Mowbray Camden— at 3 p.m, Childrens' services, singiug, reciting, etc. , Camden— at 7.30 p.m, R«v R. Mowray ' Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Mr. H. Dousb Menangle— at 3 p.m, Rev J. Ashmead Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. B. Proctor Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. H. S. Clifton G-lenmore — at 11am, Rev W. Wall Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Mr. F. Whiteman . Westbrook — at 2.30 p.m, Mr. B. Proctor Picton— at 8 p.m, Rev W. Wall Campbelltown — at 3 p.m, Mr. G, Smart Roman Catholic Camden— Mass 9 and 11 a.m, Evening devotion...

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Kennel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Kennel Notes. (By Kennelman) The N.S Vf . K!enuei Cinb's i^e'ooiifd1 ?rodudV Stakes, for sires aud' dnms of all bre. dE* will fe) he id in the Bprintr ot' neit ^car'. Tho entries cloie Ivt December, with th'e hoi'iw s'ocr'etwry,. Mr.- L. T.. Rumnay, Sydney. FedVtfps no' bre&d: of dog ha)s made such intprovemeiit in thfl colonies dft'ritijf the paNt 10 yrars a& thn S^jotcfe co!li« : certainly' no ^r^ed is more popular, aud deservedly *o,- as they ^.ro, /t bout th»- haudsomeKt and moat sojini'ble bro^d of ail.tloirs. The Kxeat improvement is due to ^,ortftti--p.- of hig-h-class animnls from .Efltrla-hd1 « t big prices. The ' Laird of Shernbourne,' owned by Mr. Qh^i-len Lynott, of Melbourne, baa, b& far,. l,em Ijy .fqJt^ll® niost successful sire, ma'ny of hi?- progeny , npWrrftHking as champions. This dog' ah# 1 tho two bitches — ' Portington Belle' aA'd' VVel i leshourne Royalty — cost thoir owner something like I £600. ,Mr. Lynott has, in conjunction with Mr.'...

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

Commercial Hotel. , ?CAMDEN. ; MBS. A.~FREXCH. | ^ I - i(late of Leicbhardt, Sydney), j ' Thin first-class Family Hotel, replete with every 1 1 possible conveniencf, and with moderate terms, will ? iu i ur.ure be conducted in -such a manner as to en- . Buue the comfort of every visitor. Only the bent of : i . e wry thing kept in stock. A trial as respectfully EOhtUted. _ : ?Commercial Tmvellers and Visitors to Camden will ? ?find. every home comfort. FIRST CLASS TABLE, ! \ w:.;; -; ?':????: 'The Bar is deplete wihh the best (brands of Wanes ! iSipirit- and Betjrs. &c. , - . : ? / he -Stabling ia one of the feest in the district. s ^ . Loose boxtss ? ?; . ^ JCxpevieiiocid groom alwayB ia attendance. / / r jBu-rt.'ies and Horses eu hire Biliinr 's, ,&c. ? ?. . -j Spacious 0« -MMERCIAL and SAMPLE ROOM ( ? Ploygli & Hsppow Inn, ARGYLE STREET, CAMDEN. . M. L. HENNESSY ; Having taken tho above Hotel from Mr.. W. H..' -UcDonald, trusts with .eivility and cleanliness...

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

?^y w' H I T E' M Av NV AroyxiB Surest, Castdkn,1 i BUILDERS' IRONMONGER, Oil jkiT)' Color Merchant, Pi/trateisR, &o. ; All kinds of . Builders' Material ind Genera? ^Ironmongery iu s^tock. ., ; Galvanized Iron, Guttering-, Ridge Capping, &eJ I Galvanized Iron Tanks, all sizes. Crockery, Glassware, &c., Window Glass,' I Wall Papers. Estii^^s oifi&r for: Pltjmb^g'Work. - ' I^OIlt FORGET ill when' buying BootslL To call on - : M. Stiickev, . . t. OF ARGYLE ST. . befbi-e purchasing elsewhere. t WH? ! Because Re knows what goods are bad a'ricf ^ . . what goods are THE! BEST. REMEMBER ! Buy the best at the lowest price, Whicii can Only ^.obtained at A.' STUCKKY'S. ^ . ? ? ' — ' * ? ? ? ? ' ' ' ' '? ' J '? ' .v -v. : jg G. G R? I . F F I' T H 81* \ . . B* U T -.G H E R,' \ . ? ... . \ Argyll Street, Camden,' - 1 la^buyer of hides, tallow, sheepskins, horse hair aiiil 'every, kind of produce at highest prices for s catfh. .V „ A ^OUND' CHA'FF B'AGS purchased...

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ANALYSIS OF SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

- ANALYSIS OF SUICIDE, Wha' ahiong us cloea not feel pity, if not , tiorrcir! and: contempt, for those who liave so lost nil rega ret for law, hiimanmid divine, ' as to .prenieditatiugly take measures for self destruction ? : * Want of self-reliance ; lack of self-mastery ; an tipathy to existence, and a longing to escape life's 'responsibilities are the frequent cxcuses offered by those who in '? fits of temporary insanity' rudely ,«nt the thread of life. 'Why there may be some excuse -for tfyese/ there is not for so-called criminal carelessness; for those who cultivate a disregard for kindjy advice, and over-estimate admonition. ? W heri *' lite Heems a burden, when the nights are. lou^ and sleepless, when the continual strain ^hreat^yis life, nay reck lessly turn a deaf ear aiid pold gjibulder to a friend's proffered advice Why £hoi}]y$ prejudioe autkssror {ranee so often preve^one'^llowii^t^^rotate's of conscience? ' IJ^rtuqiitely,' says Mr. Hugh Barnett, retired --'dorgt^meut o...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Correspondence. ? (To the Editor.') V Dear Sir, -^-Wili-yo if kindly favor me by inserting ,a iaw lines in . vindication , ?r- n ' . t ' i ?'! ' ' 11 of a principle which 1 have always held in reference to horseracing. No man in the world, is a greater lover of the noble horse than I, and oftentimes have I tested the speed of my horse with others, when riding out. Nor am I so otraightlaced in reference to racing, that I would oensure those who would test their animals' speed in a legitimate way. I would not think a bit the worse of the four gentlemen who have, charge of the four churches in Camden, if riding alon-.' the road together, they tested the horses their parishes, provide them wit(h, by a jolly goad race from Sheather's lane to Camden 'providing the road was clear,' and providing they did not announce the t» ce before hand, 'for that is where 'the danger comes in,' there is a fraternity /who would 'if they knew such a gallop, was coming off' have books and bets on.it, all t...

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

feiollow&y's Ointmenl M. Fills I ?/'i-lic PILLS fiurif^ tiie Blooci correct all Disorders of the S'Tomaoh, LitvH^ .. tUwjKfa 'rind Bowels. Tii'ey invigorate ana restore to health Debilitated ? '?-.??; : Goiistitiitiibhs, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to Females ? v^ ????., ? of m ages. , For children siiiH the aged they are priceless. ? ' T..\ .... . »v , . .. , ' ' ' . OiflTMJllNT. is an. iilltiUime remedy for Bad lifegs, Bad Breasts, Old ' - , j' Sores and Ulcere. It m farrious for Goiifc and Rlieumatisiri. , For disorders of ? tile (Jhefit it jiiis iio e -.jhal. For Souk Throats, Bronchitx^; Coughs, ColiM, ? -?'* ? iGrttti-tlulat Swrtlliiio-.s, nrltl all Skin Diseases it has iio rlfral j add for -4 , ~ , bontracted aiid Stiff joints it ri6ts like a bttarm. , , lil a n ii fa i: til red only «t Pfofeasbr Holiday's Esialilishineliti; 1 78; NEW OXFORD ..bTRKET (liite 533 dXtfORD SfegkP) tc-N±-ofc, kticl are sdld .at is i£d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d, l is, 2^s, and £hs e...

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

SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy,' as per communication made by the Minister fci|r Foreign Affairs, through the Con* suKGeneyal for Italy at Melbourne, i4th March, 1'878, Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. l*s 5 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over the Globe, There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products ; of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extraot, 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, we take : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswal4 (Prussia), and -eported by Dr, Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, .and Professor Dr, M osier, Director of- the Medical Clini...

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

Westbrook [From our own correspondent.] - j A quiet wedding took plaoe at Spring Creek recently, ihe parties concerned beiug Miss Annie Cranfield, daughter of Mr. Q. Cranfield, and Mr, F, Evendonof Sydney. We heartily wish the young couple every prosperity and happiness/ The lately arranged choir in the We&leyan church is making good progress, and ere long we look forward to hear some good singing in this little church. We only need say that Mr, Todd is at the head of this good work. The many friends of Mr, William Rofe senr., will be pleased to hear that he is recovering from his severe illness, The party of gold prospeotors have arrived home from Burragorang, bring ing some small nuggets with them. The party propose again returning in the hopes i of better luck next time. '- .

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

*; ? Narellan. 1 yy:f. v'.-V f ' \':v ( ['From ouu own Correspondent.] ' '/ 'Since my' Tnsl, bpahtifvl1' rain, has | ' fa leu, which besides 'doiiigVlofc of gopd, t'J ' V. ? . . - ?'! ? V - . 1 v ? t v; * - ? - . ? ? ' ?' ? : \ o, ; ?; - ,\.i ^ the dairying and other industries, has put new hearts in the people generally. An Industrial Improvement and Debating Society with a branch of the Free Lending Library is likely to be established here. i At a meeting held in the Parish Room i Cobbitty held recently it has been decided that New Year's day be celebrated n the usual way, by holding a tea meeting, athletic sports, &c„ and that aB.it would be ^the 30th anniversary since the organization W these celebrations, it was decided to invite the Rev. W. Hough and Mrs Hough to be present and spend the day with the committee. It will doubtless, be interesting to many of your readers to know that the Kev W. Hough was Incumbent of Cobbitty 30 years ago. Oue of the many good things he d...

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

CamoLen Municipal Council.' A special 'meeting of th& Gottncil ^a's Tield on Wednesday the 6th inlet. Present .* 'The Mayor (Alderman 3*. D. Kankin) .Aldermen W. C. Furner, Gf. F.- Fu'rner, Gr. Cleveland, -2. T. Whiteman' and E.- G. (Griffiths. The Tttltrates of the last nie'etiiig of the Council wet e read and. confirmed. The -object of calling a special mefet ing of the Council was to consider the petition, signed by a large number of rate payers, ?within the town bottndnrv,;asking/ that, instead of the pans being emptied once per week, as decided by the Council, that, the pans be only emptied: fortnightly. Alderman G. F. Furner, after sotne re ? mnrks in which he pointed out how very ? desirable it was for the benefit of th6 health ? of the community that the sanitary con dition of the town should be' cafefully 'watched, he moved 'that the decision of ?Council as previously carried, in reference i to the by-laws, bo upheld.' Alderman E. G. Griffiths said the question ^was...

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