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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

ffee Oaks. ... vZa ? ? |iFrom our own Correspondence.] ^he Oaks cricketers met til? Camden ^»eii ? on The Oaks witilfet on Saturday last ana W defeated them by 82 inns. The Oaks men were sent to the wickets a.nd put up the respectable tptal of 200 of' which number Jn#. Dev^tt cpntributed 54, 0. Qhiddy 36, J. Taylo.v '3,3. 'Camden rejilied with 118, VV'. Hopqon piaymj» a good defepsiv.e game ' £or 51. McEvoy 4 foe' 2(^ for Oak^s, and Hopson for Camden carried 9$ t he boiling honpurs. The Ofiks play Biirrngoraiig on , Saturday next oa , The^^ ??Oa'k§i wiekot. ' ,

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

FTJIBLjXG ? ITOTICB Has it not occurred to you»that you can obtain a: ; first-class Suit of Clothes for 63s, from - ^ GEO. LANSLEY, ? TAILOR, Latest, style, excellent quality. Gents' own* -. . *?-?- material- made up. All-work done on the premises, GEORGE LANSLEY, . , , , { Artistic C'utter, ' x- ' Argyle Street, Camden. l l f ' i « (U ' ^ pU, BLIC NOTIC'E' ' ' The undersigned is, now prepared to : superintend . ' ; ' tho erection;of BUILLl,IN Gy or aEy' Other WO RKS( ''' J in the district Camden. ( CHAS. FURNER, ' , Camden. - . O T ^ I O , E. , ........ . . ,j, ....... ? ? *.J ? i - ? Any person or persons found trespassing^ jOm Orielton Estate will be prosecuted. i R T H U R ' J. ' 'i)OU-S T,, Property, Fire,' Life,r Finance and '' ' i '? '- f k ' - ' GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, , ; Camden. ' 1 VALUATIONS MADE - , Several farms for sa'e, Particulars on- ap-' plication During, my ahsence from town at-any time, list; ' of, properties may boseen;at Mr D. Doust, Store--- keeper, Camden....

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District News. Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

District News, ;; [?] , [From our own correspondent.} Miss E A. Campbell, whose death was; reported in you^r last issue, was buried in the ?-.- Wtsleyan cemetery on Friday afternoon., The burial service was read by the Rev. W. Wall in a very impressive and solemn man-. . ner, and many of the young people were .1 visibly affected. The deceased was a very quiet and unassuming younsr lady, and was. ?? « ? ' rr 111 ] ust on tne eve ox marriage., tier amancea naa a house ready atvl furnished, and only waited for her recovery to health. Great sympathy, is felt for him and her family here.. Her remains were followed to the grave by a great number of people.— -no less than 45, vehicles arid 40, or £0 horsomen forming, the, „ cortege, clearly showing that the young lady, and her family were most highly respected.( ? , Miss Campbell during her illness was at-, tended by Dr. Mjorton, of Camden, Wreaths ^ere kindly forwarded as a token of the. worth, of the deceased by the members of the Camden...

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

Notes. ? 1 Camden distrfet bMn^ pulfjel^ a iottii-pto- : - -ducing one^ it behoves eVety'orie, fromtho fehingle splitter to the Mayor, to . take an kctfvo interest in everything that pertaift to tM w^ft-beine, and tp foster in every way possible, all matters tending to the general, benefit of \ib all. It is (absolutely absurd to be Always trying Oat; about ' bad times,*' ?and uroaking abt)ij.t the want of produce ?wherewith, to feed - Qtiir cattle* aha the ill Repaid returns froth otir pastures and our cultivation. Do tire as practical men take, the fiecessAry steeps to improve otir condition i or at the least take steps to amehd or Alter : ?our condition by mutual assistance' and -support, We say empathatically not, we igo on in our selfish manner and think that We can go on in this bright fend 4s - o#r : fore-fathers Aid atfd in- Which they pqspered.; TimeB haVe altered* not 'that only population I has increased, but, have w e, or, do we cater ; for the increased popiilatiori', an...

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POETRY What the old Church Bells said. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

f P02TEY What the feM Church Belle said Rtngoii, ring ori right merrily . Fiom out the steeple grey, For through the gate and 'ueftth the potch A bride will pass to-day ; Arrayed in robes of pGarly white, With orarige flowers r&re Twisted and twined by ldvitlg hands Amongst her sUnny hair, ^Jfheil gteefc her as she enters in, ' A faaideji fair to see, her as she passes oufy &'wlfeshe then will be. ?- Ring on, rirtg out right cheerily, ' . '* Vour music seems to say, . » , Two hearts are joined-, two lives arfeone. So tuns the world away.' . ?? * Ring ion, ting *-n, bttfc sciehinly, ? For measured steps ahd slow Are tnurtihg down the chiireh-yard grass. As to the graVe they go. Ashe? to ashes-, dust tb dustj'7 * Aud e&rth to earth i's given-, One lifa is O'er, d»le he&rt is free-, : Oiie' soill is safe in Heaveii. ^ 1 , Ring on, ring out, a sweet lotf chimg, 80 will it be for aye, *' Men must be borne, and : 60 rUus the wb rid a Way.' ~ feing on, ringo...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Camden Municipal Council. r'Theordinary meeting of this Council was held on Wednesday the 13fch instant. Pre sent: The Mayor (Alderman J. I); Ranltm) , Aldermen W. C. Furner, G. F. Furner, G. Cleveland, E. F, Druitt, J. Frier and E. G. : Griffiths. ' The minutes of the last regular meeting of the Council were read and confirmed. The Aldermen, separately took this ? opportunity of congratulating Alderman i Druitt on his appointment and wishing him ??? + ? a pleasant time during his term of office. Alderman Druitt returned thanks and 'v assured the Aldermen that he would at all - times give his time and attention to the : : : requirements of the Council and to the rate payers. The following accounts were passed for payment : — M. Kelly, £3 8s 3d ; R. Stuckey, 19s Id; C. Wiggins, 19s Id; P, Fuch, £3 lis 9d ; G. Watson, £10; G. Watson, £2 10s 6d ; C. Franzman, £8; Hart and Gallagher, £1 18s 5d; W, Peters, £6 15s 3d ; L. Bugden, 13s 9d ; sundries, 8s 8d. : The Works committee's report wa...

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Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Continued from our last issue.] Extracts, from valuable records at Camden Park. 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Rainfall and Drought BecorcU in the Camden District. ' [Continued from our lsstiasue^ 1 Extracts, from valuable records at Camden Park, - ) 1861 t Jan. Very heavy storm on the 16th, and another on the 21st. Total Jail for the month 4-16 inches in 9 days. Feb. Heavy rain on the 8th and 9th, and 14th. Total fall for the month 3-94 in 14 days. Mar.. €R)od rain on the 25th and 26th. Total fall for the month 2-73 in 9 ?? -1 ;? . aays. - Apr. Very wet month. Very heavy rains on the 3rd and 4th. High flood. Heavy rain again on the 8th arid 9tb, also very heavj 28th ahd 29th. * v y«.ry- high floed. - ^Eotal fall for the month llrll inches in 11 dayfrv - _ ? May. Bather a dry month. Total fall 94 points in 4 daysi . * Jix&e- : A cold- dry monfcf*. Total rabfall for - , r ? - month 63 points in 6 days. July. Rains on 24th and 25th; Total rain fall I 92 in 8 days. Aug. A wet month, heavy rains' on ^th 7tfy . and ;8th. Total fall for the ilionth - - 3-58: in 9 days. - ^ Sep. Moderate ra...

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Leslie and Beverley Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Leslie and Beverley Company. This talented company commenced a short season of two nights at the School of Arts, Camden, on Friday and Monday nights, before a very appre ciative audience. Since the last appearance here ' of the company many new engagements of popular - artists has been added, notably that of Miss - Webber a charming contralto vocalist, her first, appearance in Camdeu. The opening piece a. cliarimng comeay A nappy jrair, served ta introduce the old favourities. Mr. and Mrs. Beverley, as each appeared the applause, testified to the welcome of their appearance as old and ac ceptable friends ; Mr. Frank Beverley in particular getting a splendid greeting and frequent applause for his artistic impersonations. Mr. Beverley sang.' as only such an artist can sing. The performance was frequently interrupted with applause and roai'ft of laughter. A Musical Oho constituted th,e. secojnd part, and served to introduce Miss Webber who sang in a most perfect manner. The only/'. ' F...

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P. M. Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

P. Sunday Schawl Anniversary. Anpiversary Services in ' oooneotion with the Cam^Lpn Primitive Methodist Sunday School wer last S^day morning' anidt evening by Rov. R; Mowbray, whose discourses were not only able, but most appropriate for the occasion. In the afternoon, the Churoh was orowded to its utmost extent, when children's service was lieH. Solos, duetp, reoitationa and dialogues were very creditably , rsndered by the children, Mr. H. Doust aotins? as Chairman. The singing was excellent, and reflects the higest oredit on Jsev. JMLr. Mowbr ay, wnois a - ? first-class conductor of vocal music. Miss Ashmead . ? ably presided at the organ whilst Mrs. Mowbray, / Miss Fryer, and Messrs R. and G. MoEwan. contributed materially to the success of the binginj? which was above all praise. Everything passed off most pleasantly to all oonoerned, and the collection plates were well patronised. We understand that; the distribution of prizes, and pic-nic to the children, will take place later...

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

- WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Is a W0hderou8ly pure medicinal stimulant, a perfectly reliable remedy, a^nd a vpr beverage, Luy bottles with wrappere intao.|, f ' %

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

kOCAL'^NOTES Westbrook Creamery paid suppliers 4£d . to 4£d per gallon for ;the month of October. 6,430 gallons were treated . The following members of Camden Cricket Club have been selected to. play against the Albert Cricket Club next Saturday 23rd instant and are requested to be on the Recreation ground at 2 p.m. sharp viz: — Messrs Bugden, A. J. Doust, Farendon, Hopson, Kiny, H. Moore, McE^an, and' H. Pjggoit, Russell, WafSOp. ? : i Mir. F. It. (Jowper, Sdlicitpr, can -be consulted professionally at his Camden Office every Saturday .# A few welcome showers of rain fell in Camden and immediate district on Monday night. The adjourned annual meetings of the Camden A, H. and I. Society, and the Camden Dairy Coy., will be held at the School of Arts to-morrow (Friday )3- 30 p.m. 1 Several important Government road con tracts are specified by advertisement in this issue. Wm, Thompson Dentist, 139 Elizabeth St, near Market St . , Sydney. Teeth ex tracted under gas, chloroform, etc. etc/...

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Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Qamden Poli^ Court- 1 Satcbdav, November 16, 1895.. The following ma,§is, traces attended r— Mr, ; J. Ch,isbolm, preside^ Messrs W. C. i Furner and F. H. I3urne, There wa§ no attendance of either party iu the main tena,nce c.^ o| JRftbeaca- .'Wlii^e and William White. Thomas Brient, of Wattle. Creek, near Camden, was charged |o,r not having pai$ the amount due by l\im( for the support of his, son, H^nry Bi-ientj ^n insane pa,tie.nt in Gladesville Asylum, The defendant pleaded inability to' pay t^e amount claimed. 'Sergaar^t Parker explained to their Wor ships the wretched condition of the de- ; fendant'g cows, and the poor state of land now ocpupie$ by Brient, The Bench granted an extension olj timet? the defendant for 3 : months fr.om this date ^herein to pay the amount claimed, £6 1 2a, with 4s lOd costp^ and to obey1 the' order of the Court.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

The Prince of W ales w as 54 years of age on Saturdoy the 9th instant. ; ; A Tea meeting and Concert will be.held at Greendale on Wednesday next the a7th inst. The proceed® will 'be; devoted : to renovating of St. Mark's Church, whioh is at present sadly in want of repair. Ladies and gentlemen of the immediate district have kindly offered to assist. Mr. H. S. Dwyer is the Hon. treasurer. We hope there will be a good attendance- The tea and concert is only one shilling. At the Court house on Saturday1 of this week will be held rthe ' licensing meeting for, the purpose of granting , of Auctioneers licenses and such other business under the Licensing Act as may be brought before it. At Mr, R. H, Inglis^s sales at his Camden yards on Tuesday ; horses sold from £5, cows from SOs, pigs to 6s 3d eaoh. Business generally in Camden is un - usually quiet and the . tradesmen feel the depressed times most acutely. Rain being wanted to improved matters. ^r. CrosB , storekeeper of Narellan has we...

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

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

A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE ! , flOW 'TO OfiTAlN IT FREE OF COST. Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS? — -as per list — can obtain them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd.y 232 Clarence-street, Sydney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as under, and 4d in stamps to cover post age or carriage. With the -wrappers or coupons enclose full name and address— numbers of wrappers and the book or . books required. The top pg,rt of wrapper, inoluding ? the line ' SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the whole wrappers. 50 Sunlight Wrappers 90 Sunlight Wrappers 135 Sunlight Wrappers 180 Sunlight Wrappers Half --cloth ancl Paper Cardboard. Coders. 1 Book- or 2 Books-. ! 2 Books or 4 Bfooks. I 5 Books or 6 Books. 4 Books or 8 Books. NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday-school Teachers may form 44 Book . Clubs,' and by collecting StJNLIGHT or LIFE ! BUOY SOAP WRAPPERS soo...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

Forthcoming Engagements. R. H.Irsglis ; — on Tuesday the 26th instant at Camden, sale of town property in Argyle street. Auction Sales Of horsea, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. ' R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden, Camden Moontk» Rifles Review Order ; Deo. 7, 5 day's training 2.30 p.m., Drill Order.' School' op Abts Committeh Meeting 2nd Tuesday in each month. Camden A. H. and I. Society; — adjourned annual meeting at School of Arts Friday the. 22nd instant at 3.30 p.m. Camden Dairy Company :— adjourned annual meetiug at School of Arts, Friday the 22nd instant. ' Cobbitty Athletic Sports i — Tea meeting, Concert and Bazaar, New Year's Day Westbrook Tea Meeting; — Sports and; concert, Boxing Day December 26 ' Cobbitty Races on New Year's Day Greendale, Tea Meeting and Concert : — in aid of : St. Mark's Church, Wednesday Nov. 27 St. Joseph's Convent t— Grand Annual Concert at school of Arts, Friday 29th November Quarter Sessions, and. District Courts: — ...

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The Cow at Calving Time. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

The Cow at Calving Time. If every man who keeps cows were a thoroughly instructed veterinarian, there would be a very great gain in the matter of comfort for the cows and a large increase of profit to the owners. This,- however, is one of the numberless things which are among the impossibilities. Such a degree of educa tion would require a large, outlay of time and money than the masses of live-stock owners are in a condition to make. But while he cannot be so thoroughly educated in veterinary science as to make him competent to treat all the diseases and ! accidents to which animals are liable, the average farmer can easily leasrnmany things in this department which will be very use ful for him to know'. This knowledge is to be acquired by reading papers and books devoted to the live stock interest,- by ob servation and by talking with intelligent acquaintances. The effort should not be so much to learn how to treat various diseases and accidents as to find out how to prevent them....

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

KEilGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. Camden— at 11 a.m., Kev C. J.King, (n.o) Camden — at 7.30 p m, Rev J. F. Russell Menangle — at 7.30 p.m, Mr. A. J. 0. Thompson Westbrook — at 3.30 p. m, Rev C. J. King ' Therasa Park — at 11,15 p.m, Rev J. F. 'Russell ?Werombi — at 3.30 p.m, Mr. J, Lakeman Cobbitty— -at 11 a.m., Rev F. G. Neild Oabramatta — at 3 p.m, Rev F. G. Neild Narellan — at 7 p.m., Rev F. G. Neild Primitive. Camden— at 11 a.m, Supply Camden— at 7.30 p.m, Rav R. Mowray Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Supply Theresa Park— at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Bringelly-^-at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray 'Wesleyan. '? Camden— -at 11 a.m., Student Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. W. Smart Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall. Subject, ' 'Little children, little dogs, little orumbs.' Cawdor — at 7 p.m., Mr. J. Bensley (. Glenmore — at 11 a m, J. E. Moore Glenmore— at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall, Subject ^ In { holy equilibrium at death.' Westbrook— at 7 p.m, Student „ . Picton— at 3 p.m, G, Smart Campbell town— at 3 p.m, Stu...

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

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

f I . 1 .V, . f. - Holloway's Ointment & Pills ! .-T-H'lfi PILLS purify the Bio 01 correct all Disorders cf the Stomach, Livxn Kidneys and Bowels. They invigorate ana restore to health Debilitated ,? Constitutions, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to Females J. of all ages. For children and the aged they are priceless. ? OINTMENT is an infallible, remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds '?';i4-^Sores and-'Utcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. For disorders- of ^ I1 the Ctoestit has- no equal. For Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Glandular Swelling's, and all Skin Diseases it has no rival j and for , ^ contracted and stiff joints it acts like a, charm. ' : - . ? . . - ? r r: = ;-T 1 ) Manufactured only at Professor Holloway's Establishment,' ' ^ ' Ns ' ? ^ 78, NEW OXFORD STREET (late 533 OXFORD STREET) LONDON, j. ♦ ' ' I C end are sold at Is l£d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d, lis, 22s, and. 33s each Box or Pot, and may be had at | all Medicine Vendors thro...

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