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

Cobbitty [from OTIK OORBESPONDENT.J An entertainment was given on Thursday evening, October 31, at the Parish Room -iu aid of Cabramatta Church. Several local iadies and gentlemen assisted and the whoje affair passed off with great success, On Friday week last, a meeting of the New Year's oommittee was held at the Parish Koon it was decided that the proceeds shoi Id be spent in procuring lamps for St. PhuI s Cburch, and the balance, if any, to.be divided between Narellan and Cobbitty also that being the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Cobbitty ' New Year's Day movement Mr. and Mrs; Hough be invited, Mr. Hough being the originator or starter of New Year's Duy. at Cobbitty. Rain has again fallen, the three first days of November there . has heeu lin 58pts. There were only 54 points of rain in the month of October. (Continued on page 5,)

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

'? ? . : ? . ' 11 -f.v '' QAMDBN PHILHARMONIC SOpjETX'. FIFTH GRAND -OONpERT1. W ednesday Bee. 4 AT 8 P.M. p M. CHTJROhV CAMDEN. The SUNDAY SCHOOL in connection with the abov-e will celebrate its anniversary . NEXT SUNDAY, 17th NQV. I Children's Semco in 4hoyeffce^oon, Singing, ; Reciting, &c. . ! Collection in aid of School Fun^a. JV 0 R S A L E . A First-class 'WAGGON, built by GlaBSon, in first-class order. Apply . i. ? ; E. CROSS, Storekeeper, Narellan. j i AMD EN - PRODUCE CASH STORE, i W. SCANL^r; tJt : PRODUCE MERCJtANT^/^-f A1 kinds of produce bought and soljj;;;,^.^^,;.. . The best Produce can he got here at a price which defies competition. gCHOOL OP ARTS, CAMDEN. Friday, Nov. 15. ERIDAT, NOV. 15. To-morrow Night Re- appearance of the leslfe and Beverley Comedy Coy. New Pieces Old Eavorities New Music New Faces Old Friends New Scenery AUGMENTED COMPANY. /' Miss Esel W-ebber, the Bright Yivaeious ^gonbTette Gus, the Boj'Aihlete, a ®-aryel of marvels, in conjunction ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Bob's Range* . .. [From our own correspondent.] The annual tea . meeting in aid of the P. M'. Church was.'Iield on the 24th ultimo.* There was a very good attendance. Tea was served by Mrs, Spice assisted by the Misses Spice and. Miss Taylor and Mrs. G. Duok. The young people indulged in various games until niglit set in, when the building was prepared for the concert. At 7 p.m. the church was crowded, The Eev. R. Mowbray occupied ,the chair and delivered a suitable address, 'I he following ladies, and gentlemen assisting in -the evenings enjoyment, Miss Kenniff, Mrs, Hutchinson, Miss Mina CJotten, MissDoust, Mr. Deasey, Miss S, A. Small, Mr. S. Taylor, Mr Napier, Mrs. J. Moore, Miss Era Fryer, Mr. H. Doust, Mr A. E, Dunk. Mr. James Taylor, Miss F. Young. Mr. H. Doust proposed a vote of thanks to those who assisted in making the event a success, and especially to Mrs. Hutchinson for the loan of the piano, and Mrs. Small for the organ, and to Mrs Spice. A collection was made for the ...

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

Cricket A t'ery interesting fia'atch was pTiaved at Camden Park on Prince of Wales Birthday, between the Parkitea and Camden C. 0. and result in a verv eaBy win for Camdefl, by oti'e innings and 14 runs. The latter team had a strofig' representative in W. Far^iihar, who came to town on a visit. He Knocked up his 71 in {£ mastprl/ style. Rev. C. J. I&nar plaj'ed spleiidid cricket, for 70 runs, and H. Moore £lso contributed 22 not out. . The Purk players did riot play up to their usual form, and only succeeded in' maMng 45 fn their first, innings and f24 in' the second innings. The' ground was in splendid order/ although perhaps th# wicket waa a trifle' dead. The visitors were' treated to a splendid luncheon. Following are the' scores : — . Cajrtiden Park^lst JiVdings^. A/ J. O. ThbmpSoh, .b Farqaftar .« & 3. English, c and b Hopaoit ?. ; ... 3 S. Veiiess, b Hops6ta . ... ... . 5.-, A. Dowle, b Bngden , .^. ... 11. 3. Reedy, 6 Farquhar b Tftigderi ,... * ^ - A. Venes8,...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Election of Alderman for the Camden Municipality. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Election o! Alderman for' t$$ Cam'den Mwrticipaliff/ A publio meeting of the electors, or, i ratepayers of the ..municipality of Cam'den i ifras held on Monday last at the Council | Chambers for th-* purpose of electing an Alderman' for th'e extraordinary vacancy Caused oy the resignation of Mf. Ja'nied Noakes.. The Mayor and retuVniri'g ofp^cer (Alderman J. D. Iiankin) pre'sided. Th'er6 was a most; limited number ot' ratepayers present. The Mayor , unnounced tli'at he had received in' due form the nomination of Mr.. EdWard Fredrick Driifitt, Cordial manufafiturer of Mitchell Street, Camdepf who was nominated by AiVlertQert C. rfv Whiteman, J.P.,- and H, P. Reeves'. There being no other nomination the' Mayor duly announced Mr. Dru'itt/ Alderman for the municipal year, The rile6tirig then terminated.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Park—2nd innings. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

Camden P'a'rk-^2nd frming£ .,,? , , A. Dowle, b Huf^fen . , .22 . : A. Venose, c Karrindon bDr. Boll 14, ;. , J. English, Ij Farrii«lon „y 8l ' ? A.:J.-'0.' Thornp!«oo,.b' Bngden ... ,2 J. Reedy, e Russell b Maort* o ' T. Ueedy, b Bugdetf ... 4' J. Hickey, c Bug'deii b Moare ... 1 ? G. M. Onslow, not out ? ... .. 17 S. Veness, c F trqnhur .b Mobre ; 30 W. Hazlewood, c Rtog b* Martin ...,. ,9t ? A. Hawkey, b Martin ? S-' Sundries , / '... 4 Total . ' ,122 . Bowling analysis. -WBell,- 1 for 21 Farindon, 1 tor i4 ; Bngden, 3 for 17 ; MarthV, '2 Sor 5; H. Moore, 3' foe 17.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden—1st innings. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

flarrhlpii — -T^fcirmi'nrrrf. , P.^G. Harris1, lyYeness (f. W. Hof)aon, e-'S. Vuness- b'Hickey 15?* W- Farquhar, o Reedy b Onslow 71 G. L. ly Hiokey . ... (f H. Farrindoh', 6 b/Veaeasv Q' A. K. jDevlinv 0 Rew?y b Veiibas/'' 3- ? C. J. King, b* Hi'ckev' TO; , C. Martin, c Dowle h' OWsro^v' . , , 10 .1 .7,. F. Rusoell, i un onfc ... ' ... 0 ? -H^ Moore, -V6t out , ... j..'. . 22 % J. Biigduir,' c' Veness ti'OrislW ? .v. ' 6* t Sundries ' .s.- ... 6 .. Total ; .a : zaaf' ?

Publication Title: Camden News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 November 1895

BIRTHS, MAERIAGES, DEATHS,   MEMORIAM AND RETURN OF THANKS NOTICES TWO SHILLINGS EACH Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra. DEATH.   CAMPBELL. — On the 14th inst., Euphemia Annie,   daughter of Mr. Donald Campbell, of Cawdor, aged 26 years. The funeral will leave the residence of her parents   at Cawdor, at 2 p.m. for Cawdor Wesleyan     Cemetery on (Friday.)   J. D. RANKIN, Undertaker.

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A Series of Accidents in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

A Series of , v Accidents iii Camden . . On Saturday morning last just as Mr. nk.Tas; B. Moore of Glenmore was approaching - ;u the Camden tram station with his waggon- ( - ette containing milk, and drawn by two : horses, one of the horses on treading on the I metal rails slipped and fell, breaking the Dole of the conveyance, the other horse .became frightened-, and reared, but, under he skiliui -handling or Mr. Moore was quickly feir^Afluiotenod,- but not before some trouble. ^ The horse in plunging caused Mr, Moore 'onfall on his back, right between the two 'Worses. Mr. Moore sustained a very nasty | J - --ut on the leg, caused by the breaking of r*1 he*swingle-tree, the end of which penetrat \ ~ ing his leg. u Shortly after the accident of Mr. Jas. E. r^fKiv-Moore^ a cart from the Camden Park estate \M!!Kr-.«i«::,i-Lrawn by a powerful horse, was being 'i ; .driven into the back entrance of Mr. David 'v .. ; Doust' s store, when by some unaccounable .v : means, the near shafc of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

FOR SALE. — Splendid Collie- Pops^pedigree combines the blood ,of aUAhofadz&i English #nd Colonial cracks. // ft ff'l\ Full particulars from ^ // // jj JJ T, Hi BOS^O ^jcton. ERVANT 'WANTED. — J^fra. Cecjt^iSarley re quirea a young girl as under housemaid . Apply in mormng&of' KILBRIDE,' Appin Road, Campbelltown, (/ //? MRS. CECIL DARLEY ^ish«! to^recommend to a lady a young girl as^e^al servant, where only one ia kept. Apply lay lptterJKilbride, Campbelltown. //If ^ GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. ? . Camden, 13tli November, ^95. A LICENSING MEETINGl/wiU be JoldeTM; the Court House, Camdeiy^n Satnr/I^y, Zne - 23rd day of November next, xJci 11 o'clopk, avm.,' for the granting ot Auctioneejra'^icenses^antLauch other business under the Eicensiiig/ Act as may be ? brought before it. // v // 25g5; T. E. BLOMFJF.LD, qIp.Sv : ' GOVERNMENT NOTICE, TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of- Pct'ty* Sessions, at Campbelltown^. and endorsed, ''Tender for Road Work,' will be received up to...

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PRODUCE MARKETS LATEST SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS LATEST - SYDNEY PRICES. ,| BUTTER — Good demand j* Creamery, Is;;] Factory, lid to 12d ; Dairy- JOd 1 1 Bacon — 5 Jd to 6d ; Hams, 8d to9|d . J Lard — very scarce 4^d to 5d ?- - v: CHEESE -Selling well 7d to 7Jd HONKY— 2d to 3d .| PIGS — 15s to 50s each CALVES— -5s to 15s each . 1 » 1 HIDES— Id to 3d per lb CALF SKINS— 6d to Is 3d eaoh FLOUR— £11 10s to £11 I5sper ton , MAIZE— 3s 4d to 3s 6d , I CHAFF — £5 10s to £5 15b per' toia ;.„m BARLEY— 3s 9d ? - . ' BRAN— Is Oid to Is Id Pollard — Is O-Jd to Is Id Potatoes— £4 to £l 5s per ton 1 OATS— Seed 2s 10d to 3b ; Feed j 2s lOd to 3s 1 HAY— Oaten, £6 to £6 5s; Lucerne, from £3 to £4 per ton ' . 1 POULTRY — Brisk demand, Fo\.f Is 2s 3d to 3s 1 3d ; ducks, 2a 6d ; to 3s 3d ; geese, 3s 6d to 4s 6dper pair ; Turkeys cocks 4s 6d to 10s, hens 5s to 6s per pair EGGrS — Moderate enquiry 8d to 9d per doz ? 1

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Correspondence. ' (To the Editor.) — In your issue of last Thursday, I noticed a 'S: better signed Jas. Bensley, written in vindication 'of a principle always held by him in reference to y.-' horse racing. Wejl, J don't wish to err on j v' the side of brevity, nor do I wish to inflict on my 1 readers a mass qi dr^jiry rubbish, so I will get to the i point, First, though it may look indifferent and W . liVCLL UUU.ty££lJUUULJjr» iu IilU)Ol-C3LO ULLlt? LU IIIC VVUCtllOl f Jas. Bensley cares or does not care for horse rac ing, nor wnat animals he admires or not, but, I do .mind about him stating that his name was on a .programme of sports without his authority. This 'is not the case. His authority was obtained by the Secretary, and accordingly inserted on . the programmes, which were publicly displayed. How 'came it about that Jas. Bensley did not cause its removal before the sports came oif. Is it possible jthat the matter of £ a d would have anything to dp with him being so dilatory i...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

, * Narellan, ^FjlOM OTIR OWN Dp RRE8P0NDENT, J j /t - \Much. inconvenience has been caused to - '' 4airy men through the Fresh Food and Ice Company having- decided to discontinue , .running their millj; truck on the Camden ^Tramway, from the 19th instant. Sup .pliers are asked to send their milk to Campbelltown, where it would be picked ?r aip by the .company'^ mi ll£ waggon running ? .on .the main line. ,±jie nrst meeting .01 the Mutual ±m . v : provement Society will be held in the Tarish Room on Wednesday evening the V -27th instant, when addresses, essays, songs r&c., will be given by members of the ' jSqciety and others, jfcho pjiblic are invited - . Jo attend. ' - The following player# will represent Narellan 0. 0., at Narellan on Saturday £3rd instant, against M.enangle 0. C., play to start at 1 .30 p,m„ sharp: Alf. Clissol/3, A- E. Moore, W. Brjtton, Of Waterwortji, W. Williams, Alf. Larkin, H. French, Art. : j ; - -Clissold, J. asid G. Mitchell, J. Laid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

SANDER ' & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for foreign Affairs, through the: Con sul-General for Italy : at Melbourne, 14th March, l'878.f Awarded ; Diploma at the Amsterdam- Ex hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics . o Diversities all over the. Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti ? Extract in the market, products ? of simple ? distillation, forming crude. rejinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not 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, we . take ^ ,It is-proved by tests made by-the Medical Clinics of the;Uiuversities 'at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and. -cported ;,by Dr. : Shulz, . Professor of Phar macology- at Bonn, and ; Professor Dr. M osier, ?Dir...

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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Surragorang, / ... * =-rw*»— - ... f [from our own correspondent,] ' On Monday the Mayor, Aldermen and v i . residents of Picton invited Mr. Bull, M.L.A., i . find a number ot Sydney gentlemen to visit i $he picturesque parts of the district in order I -, to bring Picton more prominently forward as r^. a tourist district, The party lunched at ?????? 14 1 1 M!*n /V AMn VIM 'nMA*vi/1 a/I l\t«' »n 7 n m nnf) . jjluviucu vy xnio jumco) quu ; ,visiterd the valley of the Wollondilly in the afternoon^ and thence drove by the Menangle ? ?oad and Douglas Park to Nepean Towers. -The party visited the tunnel at Cataract jcr,e.ek, one of the sources of the Sydney water; supply, and thence proceeded through ' Walton to Wilton Park, were Mr. Hordern's stud 'was inspected, reaching Picton by the $ e.pean crossing- at Maldon. The visitors expressed themselves highly pleased with jth^e spenery and the surrounding country,

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Trip to the Maiden Vale and Carrington Waterfalls. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Trip to the Maiden: Valo and Carrington Waterfalls. [Byg.c.] New South Welshmen can undoubtedly lay; claim to the best scenery in the Australian colonies and also compare with the scenery of the old world. Our party left Camden and travelled by road as far as Mittagong and was there joined bv a friend, and proceeded as far as- Robertson. The landlord of the Grand Sanitorium Hotel, who 1 by the way, is a typical host will do every.- i thing in his power to show the sights to be i seen. We were met in trie atternoon by i Mr. J. H. Hayter, one of the trustees of the Park Reserve, who took us to a delightiul spot, and we were struck by the wild grandure of the scene. The park covers about five acres, and is in its natural state, with the exception, that, winding paths have been cut to. allow of persons getting through, and a space cleared near the centre have erected a hiosh or small summer house where visitors may have lunch. Tree ferns and an undergrowth of small ferns abound, the iat...

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Cobbitty [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

' , Cobbitty [fbom our o-wn coerespondent.] The Butter Facroiy Pay day was on ; ' Monday. Mr. F, W. A. Downes, J.P., Mr. John - Wallace and Mr. G. Butler, directors - were present, as also Mr. W. R. Cowper j the suppliers were much gratified to see their old jand respected friend Mr. W. R. Cowper w at the' factory, this bein^r his first visit Bi nee his return from his trip to England. The -suppliers were paid from 4£d to od per gallon, -which was considered satisfactory. During the month of October over J 6,000 - gallons of milk were taken at the factory; and it is pleasing' to note that the works are in good order and eondition. ? ? v Rain fell here on Sunday afternoon i : Accompanied by a hail storm. The Leslie and Beverley Comedy Company paid us a visit on Wednesday^ this very - jblever company was highly appreciated,

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ROUGH ON THE RAT. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

ROUGH ON THE RAT,* - i r ^he cheapest and least harmful manner of ridding a building, of rats is to catch one full-grown specimen in a wire cage, ^ie securely about his neck a' small bell and let him . go. There is nothingv in the world so timid- as rats; they willHllee from'1 the rat with the bell, and in . the course of a few days there will not: be a single rat on the premises. You may, however, hear of a haunted bouse sottoewhere close by: in the ! neighbourhood, where a mysterious tinkling, of a bell ; is heard -in the'%&lls at dead ; of night.

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Werombi. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

.. Werombi. - - | FBOM OWL OWS COEEESPONBENT.'] — . One of the most disgraceful acts wbich could possibly be perpetrated to the dumb, creation was enacted on Saturday evening last* at; Mrs James Cuthel's residence. A young gentleman from Silverdale, Mr. Deasy, was on a visit to the district in order to - Awist at his favorite Mine of cricket, and also to assist 'at the usual singing class ,'4khich is held every Saturday evening. ' Whilst' having1 tea at Mrs Cuthel's some lafrikin or ruffian managed to get hold of ? , the horse the young gentlefnan had been s? priding and deliberately cut oft every inch hair ? from the horses tail and. mane, leaving harmless brute in a paddock quite close (- j ' to the house. Such dastardly conduct should be found out and duly prosecuted. ;M; If this class of thing is allowed to continue ?ffcfe. in our midst it becomes a disgrace to society. The police have been informed and we hope the perpetrator will speedily be brought to t ;' ' justice. _ ? ? ? ...

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BETTER THAN GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

BETTER THAN' GOLD. . , ...There are.but: few things in this ? woirld ..more I highly appreciated or eagerly sought after- than gold.. Why ? Not because it is -an attractive colour ; not because it weighs more, than any other metal ; not because it lengthens -life, - N0- But it brings the necessaries, and -if plentiful, the luxuries of life. It gives a ? certain social Btauding to its .possessor ; it brings mends, flattery, and sinile3, and veneers ungentleinanly, or even other wise questionable ? actions,- and smooth pathways otherwise rough: But when the dear wif^i or son, or daughter lies stricken wjth pain and feebleness ; when disease racks the mind and body, when the dear ones loses thac natural buoyancy, sparkle, energy, and vitality; then 'the glitter of gold becqmes almost repulsive ; its uselessness brings a loathing. Mr. W'; R. Lawson, pf the - firm of Lawson and (iJrieve, the well-known shoeing forge,' Catr^perdown, Yicfc., says :—' While sufferingirom constantly recurrin...

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