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CHILDREN'S CORNER. Mount Hunter, Nov. 18, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 November 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Mount Hunter. Nov. IS. 18&-. Dear D-Troth'y,-?-The stt'qject I have chosen foV - niy. letter, will be about a magic lantern, which waff held in' the Mt. Hunter School -room by fc 8Wagsm.an tm Thursday - wefek last. Th'tf . admittance was 6d for adfolbs, and 3d for abliooS children. There tfag not more than 30 pre^seiif6 The first f6w pictures wei saw' were about Switze^ 1 ? J ? ^ _1 ? ? ? v _ ... . .1 v ictua, tuere wtty.suuio uioe x«rge reu nouaeB, ancia very pretty little ofnjt'ch covered with snoW; Theii we saw Sir Henry Parkes and two other gentlem^p . and a lady, bhf as I did not know their name's ! Cannot tell you who they were/ There were sutfb a lot of funny picturersf tfiat Would make you laugh if yoti saw them ; a duck . had not a beak, biit, in stead of one it bad a pair of lays which looked very much like mart's' legs, besides that there were four deer very frightened and did not know which way to go and two men ^hooting at them. Next thing was...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, Memoriam and Return of Thanks Notices   TWO SHILLINGS EACH. Poetry or Quotations, 6d a line extra. In Memoriam.   WATSON. — In loving memory of my dear mother, Emily Watson, aged 37, who departed this life November 21st, 1891.       "Dead, but not forgotten,"   Inserted by her only beloved daughter, Amy E, Watson.       Return of Thanks.       Mrs. and Mr. Donald Campbell and family re turn sincere thanks to all friends for their   kind expressions of sympathy, assistance, and beautiful the floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

W e ' ar^ . * SO LE AGENTS in AUST^ ^ '; WY-*- . ' ^ ?':? , Famous, & Blue Bird Ploughs. ' %^'C i'; *? Wheel-Walking Ploughs. f i Flying Dutchman Sulky Ploughs; v'^V^v , Corn Hi Hers. . Corn Cultivators. - Hayrakes. « ? Corn Planters; 1 Disc;H arrows * S Adjustable Level* , TlnS | Harrows. 1 Woodbeam Ploughs. ! Single & Double Ploughs; |j 1 , V ^ 1 Writ© for Catalogues & Prices, i - 11S51STI, BWSWSB., I s j ? 252 George. Street, Sydney. J - « ' THE -SH A R PLES AMERICAN ORE AM SEPARATORS IjjSMK, Require no Etigine,- Shafting1, or Belting1, 'DELIVER THE CREAM THOROUGHLY AERATED AND V COOLED. . . Are Simple, Easily washed, and not liable to need repairs^ * ff . Require no oiling while rilnning, - Are Fuel-savers, Room-savers, Creani-savers, atid Money- makers) /f s Atfe the Perfection of Skimming Machines, iralr ? 'THE &OWL ALONE REVOLVES.' II j|@Pa § (also for hand and belt pother) ' II Ulifl CHURNS— Evendon'a celebrated Lightning Churns, centrifugal i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Tattersall'sMonster Prize List; ' (QUEENSLAND CUP. December lOtb, 1895, ' J-j « 100, -000 Subscribers at 5 eacih. -J {?»»!''' 1-f „ ** A - ? '* a. . ' A 'i '*? 'u ' '.'.n -v, ! ? — 'v ' ?: , /J fi tr t r SUMMER GUP. . December 28th, 1895. .» 25,000 Subscribers at 10 each. - ? ? kr ?, ' HARRINGTON STAKES. January 1st, 1896.; * ^ '^J/ ' ;;f _ , ' 60,000 Sabsmbers at 5 eack - ^ ,V.- v .- -'MIDrSUM^ME'R HANDIGAP. January' lsfc;il89$. j / v 'li'h J 10,000 Subscribes at 5 each. ✓ ' For full particulars read our printed Circulars,. , . Apply-TATTBBSALL, fOareOEO. ADAMS, telegraph Chambers, BRISBANE, Queensland. ^.fcT ,G. fi R I f; F i T S S-.j '' B)$J TCHER, ? . i ^ ^ ( Abgyivp Stelet, Camden;, : ,'-/ '/Is a .buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, horse hair .iind every kiail of -produce at highest prices, for ^IsQUND CHAFF BAGS purchased . to .any A'L jj, ~ -?V^ *(&ate Ifoakes ,and Small) FAMILY B.UTCHER, TREE'T, 'CAKB E K, badness which has met -with so much sue- ' -;(,. \. /cess i...

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Camden Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

. GamcUn Dairv Company. The eighth annual meeting of the ab'ove was Kfeld in the Scliool of Arts on Friday a'f ternoo% *the attendance being only i !^v'fe!v::-;-'inoderat©'. On* the motion of Messrs j 5e(' ? W'hiteman' and J. E. Moove, Mr. F.-W. A. Downes was voted to preside, who expressed a. 'wish, tb at those present would not allow ^bvms-'.ida being in that position to shield him from any remarks they might wish to make with gi:-«3,:\.ir--:*eference to his desei'ting the factory — in a ?:???* sense — as he had been m'ade the subject of ^v:v:: ?' by several shareholders at their half-yearly - 1 ineetmg. I ! v Tlie minrites of nieeting teld on- October f :\\i, ' 30th last; yeai? were then read,- and con i! 'yS] * v' firmed, on the motion of Messrs E. H. --?. ' DVuitt and M.-Dftvitt k/ The annual report and balance sheet was ' submitted by th'e Hon. Secretary, a g'eneral ' ^ 1 ,i- ?' , discussion r eatultin g . , Mr. DruitJ took objectioh to the item of 'i/lV ' , '* machinery, plan...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

A Cricket^. / j;/; A match .was played on the recreation ground on Saturday last, between Camden and Alberts, andjwas won by the former. The / fielding on both sides was very loose, s weral easy catches being missed. Bugden made top score for Camden C. C. 29. not out. Scores : — , ' w. Thk Alberts — 1st Innings J. Peate, c Hopsdn b Bugden 9; W. Peters, c Bugden b Farriudon 0; O. Smith, c Piggot b ' I Bugden .10? Sellenger, c Farrindon b Bugdeu 0;- ' ; i Crisp, e Hopson b Farrindon 2 ; Tangye, run -out 5; W. Stuckev, b Bugden 1 ;Fr3urn8, bFarrindou ?K:,-..rrtvz 0 ; Oreighton, not out 8 ; G. X -itson, c F Harris b~ Hopson 3 ; C. Derriman, c Bugden b Farrindon; Total, 38. 2nd Innings , J Peate, c Hopson b Farrindon 1 ; Creighton, o - Watson b H Moore 6 : 'Tangye, c Hopson b Farrindon 4; C Smith, b McEwan 6; W Stuckey, . ^ : cR Harris b L Parker 9 ; W Peters, not out i9 ; ? y G Watson, run out 1 ; C Sellenger, b L Parker 4 ; F Bume, c Moore b L Parker 0 ; C Derriman,- b L , ; Parker 2: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

: SENDER & SON& EUCALYPTI E^TR^OT ? ? XJi'fler the distinguished patronage of 'His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by tne Minister &)r Foreign Affairs/through the Con sul-Genera^ for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878.' Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam' Ex- hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics Universities'' all over the Globe. ThjSl'e are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the' marfcb'u, products of simple distillation,' forming crude1 rejinous Oils. In order that these crade oils may not be taken for our Pare Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by i\ie medieal division . of the Prussian Government, to be of perfectly pviTe. origin;^ as p'er~information fbrwafrded to is& throngh the Consul a#' Melbourne, ? 2nd' March,'' K-78,' v/e take,:— t , , ^ } I,t ,5&, proved |-y iest3~made 'Hv the- Medical Clinics of'tbt- tlniversififes at Bonn an3. G'rc-if swalS (Prussia) , and -^ported bjr Dr. Shuls^ Professor o...

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Camden A. H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Camden . 4 H- & J. Society The adjourned annual meeting of this : society was .held at the School of Arts oil ?Friday last. The President of the society, Mr. J. K. Ghieholm, J P., occupied the vchair. The honorary Secretary of tj^e aociejty ^ Mr, 'W, JR. Copper was present. The ^ |o 'lowing members of the .society attended ; the meeting;: —Messrs Ohas. Butler, T. 0. Barker, Dr. Bell, R, Boardman, D. Bourse, Geo. Baxter, R. H. Bruitt, F. W- A. Downee, E. F. Druitt, F. J. Doust^ M. ' * t Jj»evitu, xt, x-. uanjipoeii, j ^nies ilayter, J ess ;V ~ Hayter, J, G. Harris, Wm Jenkins, F. B. Little, 0, Mcintosh, J. Mcintosh, James E. 'Moore, J. Mitchell, Jofyn E- Moore, D, \ ;T£ott, W. Sidman, A. E. Vicary, Geo Wheeler, ?!., Stevens, and others. Letters of apology for the absence of: Oapt. A.J. Onslow Thompson, Mr. H, P. BeeyeSj The He v. 0. J, ICing, M. A., and Mr. W. 0. Furner wejce read. : The minutes of the last meeting of ,tfe.e society wei'e read and confirmed.. ' , ^ The annual...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

WANTED — A oompetent jwmeral Servant. Apply Mts O T- White«y^ ANTED to purchase a^rafafng Pea-hen. Apply MR. G. YQiUiSroCejMardreaser, Camden. . 'FilOUND — A box to a SuLk^W^fel. Owner can JP have same by ttpplyinaJay Lktfyn's black smith, Camden. 4r m BRICKS — For Sale at The #aks, at a reasonable rate. Apply ANGEffp ? COLOMBO, The Oaks. ^ : ' ? ESL E YAN CHURCH Foreign Missionary Mpetingy : Westbrook, Monday, DecemJlp 2nyT Glenmore, Tuesday, December 3rd ; Bfctoy Wednesday, December 4th ; Cawdor, Thjyredaa^ljj^gynber 5tn ; Camden, Friday, Deoeml^^jfcll^' Rev G Brown, D D Deputatpn »cOTimence at 7 30. Collections on behalf of^oreign Missions QAMDEN SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tenders are Hereby required fo/repairs, painting1, and fencing aroiu^l AeJaall. Plans and specification^ irawpe^Mfla on application to / / / 'WW' W. J. CKA/FIELD, / Secretary. Camden, November 27j J/695, Ar~' ® ' O O I - A L in connection with, the CaraHen*own Band will be held in the $f£2p.tejp Rifle Drill Hall on I THUR...

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Kennel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

^onnql Notea By KlSNNELMANi / VYe are sorry to hear thiit Mr. Alec- McNiven lias lost through death1 a valuable fox terrier slut, in pup to a crack Sydney 3og. Mr. C. C. Marshall's c.ollie : slut, ' Lass of Wyoming' was some weelcn ago sent on a visit to the imported crack champion, ' Oruiskirk Amaze ment.' but has had the brtd luck to - Mr. Bosworth has, we understand,, booked to Mr. E-lgar Straus, the celebrated cellist, a valuable oollie pup by his dog1, ' Sydney Sensation' ex ''Tarwin Mermaid,' 1 also to our worthy Mayor, Mr, J. D Rankin, ^ St. 'Bernard pup, by] ' King Rollo. 'We hope i| shows &nd yria. i'; I ?' v v ' . * ?' 1 . ? *, - -}',*- '? - ; , gain in .Sydney he will put a prohibitive price 0 ' his new purchase bo as not to lose him as he did his last exhibit. 'Jummy,' which it will be re* membered was claimed by Mr, Meyer, of . Charters Towers, (Queensland, 1 / We hear a couple of our worthy townsmen ara likely to take up the favourite breed, Scotch Collie, and ...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

{To the Edifco,r.) Sir, — In the last issue of the Catndeu News, jn reply to my letter of the week previous, a cor lespoudent *' who signs his name as a Committee man,' niakes a .v.ery serious attempt upon my reputation' as a speaker of the truth. Whatever failings I may have, I am prepared to defend my !; (self .xipon .this charge, in ..connection with this particular case, your correspondent uses these ?w oids in particular I do mind about his stat ing that his name was on a programme .of sports r .wicnouc his authority. This is not the case. His authority was obtained by the secretary.' Now, 'it is well for this committeeman,' that I am content . 'to justify myself through the columns ,pf your paper— instead of at a bar of justice, for those words, with the evidence which I have, would make a nice little case at court, in the first place ?I have witness to prove that I refused to act as leferee, upon which the secretary asked would I . give a prize, the answer was that I would on...

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Clerical Cup. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Clerical Cup, ^ (To the Editor.) T)eab SiB,==-xJntil now, I was under the im« pression that, this was a free country, but Mr. Bensley, of The Oalfs, seems to take charge of affairs, both mercantile and moral to a great extent. By the correspondence of lant week I notice that he ?.s tolerant enough, to permit (a-Jfi Czar) not only to. permit but to suggest a race between the f-jur clergy in cfiarge. Now, I want to ask Mr. Bonsley a few questions Eirrtt of all, will he he good enough to act as. starter, judge, and referee. Secondly will he make. . it worth their while, and will he give a good prize to the second. Third (most important^ will he g:ve tli- Pnrat^s ashow. CURATE. Oaa anyone comprehend the following: — \ A week's work in Birmingham comprises among its various results, the manufactuie of 14, 00, 000 pens, 6,000 bedsteads, 7-, 000 v, j-uns, 300,000,000 cut nails, 100,000,000 buttons, 1,000 saddles, 5,000,000 copper or bronze coi;!g, 20,000- pair of spectacles. 6 tons papieL-...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

{To tho,E(iitor,') j ?v Sir, — I observed in your last issue a statement to the effect that a lady-bird [Coccinella Sp; was jdping much damage to garden plants. To save the -frood name. of one of the farmer's friends, I desire 4o inform your readers that the beetle -in question 4oei not belong to the lady- bird- family. It re sembles this insect only in colour and character of markings. The lady-birds can readily be dis tinguislied by their almost hemispherical' shape, by the head being sunk into the body, .and by its short ' .legs which are hidden under the body in such a way that only the tees — jf such an expression be applic able — can be seen when the creature is in motion. ' The beetle causing the damage is not usually of ?v ; & pestifirous character; and has probably been driven ; {to bad practices in the way of a , change of diet, by the present hard times. Avery little ingenuity oa the part of gardenerB will enable them to circum vent its evil doings In conclusion t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

,yjr ILLIAM M 0 B W AN, ARG?LE STREET, CAMBER, ' ! ^ BAK^K GEpCER AND ' CONEECTIONER. Weddings, Pic-nicst &c., catered for. ? / . Wedding Cakpa-'a speciality, - ? ? ' ^ ^ ' ♦ *? „ ^ ^ w j t ^ r » ^ w \ ' E\ ^ A Lx ^V-F. CQWPEIV ' . „ » i \a. v. ~ i - ' SojiIO^TOEj &C., , J ) 1 ,» * (Vr 1 » ' ' / ' ' 1 ' C * 19, (First Eloor) ^ost Office Chambers, ( ^ 114 Pitt Street, Sydney. - '.X jpon't /eorget . ' ^ _ WHEN BUYING ]BOOtS|L To ctvll on - 'A. Stnckev, . ? $ OF ARGYLE ST. before purchasing elsewhore. WHX' ! Becaube he knows what gpocls are bad anil ' y ?'?? ' what goods are Tl€E BEST. ' t - - REMEMBFR ! Buy the best' at the lowest prioe, !''/ Which can only be obtained at 'A.' STUCK EY'S.' . » - . - ^ , 1 . . ^ , ' y-2s i Arthur Rideout, STJgAM S^W MILLS, '^EROMBI. ~ — ' — ' * ' ' 1 '' Hardwood Timber o| every description delivered to any part p'f , the1 district a,t cur rent price?. '4 - *' Tongue'- grooved lining and flooding boards1^ ' ('hardwood)' supplied:' Orders...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Correspondence. . (To the Editor. 1 ' Deiir Sir,— rln common fairness to the qonductott s ! and qther members of the two committees of the / [ Mehanglet Philhannoiiic Society, as well as to i justify myself, 1 am legretfully compelled to again ask for space to lebqt the absurdly misleading . statements contained in your correspondent's local , , pews of the ,14th inst. _ . I will ask you first to notice how Mr. Sommera- . 1 ( the correspondent in question) a\ oids all referen ce' - to my reasonable request that he should prove his assertion that tecxtations are out of place in Philharmonic concerts. Notice, too, how he un- 1 bluBhingiy accuses me of comparing Carleton with \ Shakespeare and Macaulay. I was not guilty of ; such 'madness. Certainly, I admitted the | superiority of the latter two, and pointed out how 1 the former was more in touch with nineteenth century every day life. Would it not be claiming for Shakespeare more than prophetic power to suppose him capable of being c...

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Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Continued from our last issue.] Extracted from the valuable records at Camden Park. 1864 [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Rainfall and Drought Records in $&§ . Camden District. {Continued from our last tissue.'] j Extracted from tha valuable records at Camden Park. 1864 ? I f ' „ ^an.i; V^ry liot and dry. Drought very w / ' '-'A severe 85 points fell in S days. V V 7 j N ^ f } J *. Feb, Drought broke up jpn the 4th when , very heaVy rain fell. Heavy rain ; again on the 10th and 11th. Fall for month 5.85 in 5 days. Ma^'ch. Very wet month. Heavy rain on the 1st and 2ndi Frequent rains through the month. Fall for the m-Jnth 7.37 in 11 days. April. Frequent rain. Hieavy at the end of the mohth when there Was a iow flood. Fall for the month 4.33 in 8 daysi May. 84 points fell this month in 6 days-. June, A very wet month, tain falling on 15 x days, vety heavy rain on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th. A low flood-, very heavy again on the 11th and 12ch, when there was a very high flood, ITall for the month 13-.56. ^ul^. Another wet month, Very heavy rain on the 15th and 16th. A high flood. Rainfall for the month...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Notes, Tlie past week in Camden, at leiasfc since tour last issue, has been a busy one from -the dairying and producers point of view. The annual meetings of the Camden A. H. and I Society, and the Camden Dairy Com : pany have been held, and the attendances at those meetings were certainly more 'favourable and encouraging. Good sub stantial work was done and we trust that . the various subjects ventilated will receive Mo careful attention of the management of those societies. Detailed reports of these ,, ( meetings appear in another portion of this ? * r paper. The president ( Mr. J. K. Chisholm) of the Camden A. H. and I. Society in his ~J$ 'address spoke^most feelingly on the terrible -season the dairymen and others were pass ) ing through, and expressed his sincere , ' ; sympathy with them, he, However, pointed ''out to them the great desirability of at all times being prepared lo meet'these timies of s ,-'J 1 ^drought, which will always occur^ by laying ^ - by a stove of produce...

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No. 2 Coy Camden Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Ho -2 Coy Camden Mounted &iiles- The usual quarterly shooting in con nection with the above will take place at the ; range on Saturday the 30th instj shooting to commence at J . 30 pan. The prizes will be as usual viz : 1st £1 10s, 2nd £1, 3rd 15s, 4th 10s, 5th 5s. The following are the handicaps :—Corplv Moran scr, Sergt. Beckhaus scr, Pt. Finn 4, Pt. Rixon 8, Pt. Taplin 12, Pt, Grigg 12, Pi. Donaghy 10, Sergt. Major Percival l2) Pt. Rudd 11^ W. ^ Small 13, Pt; Shoemark 14, Capfc. Thompson 6, Lieut. Onslow 8, Corpl, Veness 14, Sergt. Small 13, Pt. D. Campbell 20, CorpK May 21, Pt. Hogan 18, Pt, Jones'1 16, Corpl. Perry 1!?, Corpl. Watson 22, Pt' Ferris 20, Pt J. Keiloway 19, P Kelloway 22, Pt. Kenny 24, Pt. Piggott 25, Sergt. Liggins 22, Pt, Barker, 25, Pt. Guerin ? 25, Lance Corpl. Lynam 23, Pt. Sharpe 21, Pt. Wignell 25, Pt. Daniels 25, Copl. Richardson, Pt. Vaughan 22, Pt. C. F. Baker 23, Far. Sergt. Campbell 13, Pt.' J. Donaghy 20. ' ( ]

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

The Oaks. [From our own Correspondent ] The Oaks cricketers added another victory ir to their list on Saturday last by defeating r Burragorang by one ibnings and twelve ' runs, Burragorang vr on the toss and went . ? ' to the wickets, three batsmen falling for 14 runs, when M. D.unn, and S, Sherrit got together and brought tbe score to 73, at this ^ stage Farley broke through Dunns' defence with a beautiful off brake and followed this up by obtaining 6 wickets lor 3- runs the innings closing for 79, Sherrit carrying out his bat for 28, Dunn having obtained 34 by ' - good defensive cricket, The Oaks opened their innings in much the same way as Burragorang 2 wickets falling for 23 when Little'fvood and Farley brought the score to 180 before a separation could be effeoted ? - P. Reilly came to the rescue obtaining 8 wickets at a small cost the innings closed for 2l6, Farley 91, Littlewood 71. Burragor ang in their second attempt scored 125, M, Dunn 38, S, Sherrit retired 24. The follow...

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Bob's Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 28 November 1895

Bob's Range [From our own correspondent.] | We regret to hear that Mr. Michael Deyitt of Bob's Range reoent.ly Ciet with' a j : nasty accident whilst riding after cattle. The saddle managed to get on to the horses' - - heck when going down a steep descent, aud - as a consequence Mr. Devitt's fell, with the' result that his collar bone was severely fractured, together with a severe shock to the system, Mr. Devitt under the skilful : ;t treatment of Dr. Morton of Camden is now progressing favourably towards recovery,

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