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Camden Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden Police Court. Friday, June 21at. (Before Messrs G. Furner and C. T. Whiteman, J's.P ) Carl Denecki, arrested near Narellan by Constable McKinlay, was brought up on a . charge of being of unsound mind. -? Dr Bell gave evidence as to the man's sanity, and he was discharged, , !

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

? ? ftmiimfraft ?:. , TO LET FOUR- ROOMED Cottage in Cobbitty. Apply ?????-? v. r, to Mr. H. Charker, Primrose Hill, or to- ' C ^ ' Camden News' Office* ?? .i '.V ' 0 T I ~ e7 ' I' / , \ '- Any person or persona found trespassing on ? - -?. Orielton Estate will be prosecuted. y, All dogs will be destroyed. 0 T 1 P 1' ' r! ANY STRAY CATTLE found on the * * j Kirkham, Estate will be impounded. '4 s ' H. McKELLAR 1 tL'IS A MEETING of gentlemen desirous of inviting & * ? Mr. : Michael Devitt now on , a visit to New ' „ , -{rr/\ { South Wale's, to deliver an address in Camdetx - k il i4Iy \ will be held at Mr. Young's, Hairdresser, Camden, - '/'iiV on SATURDAY, the 29th June, at 7.30 p.m, 1 1 l?V By request. E; G. GRIFFITHS. 1 !? ; -f- ? ? ? ? ? : ? ; ? : ? ? ? - r B AS D S O 0 I A L. r||'; Tbe third of a Series of Socials, being held monthly in connection with the Camden Town r V/H'} , Band, will take [place in the School of Arts, Cam- t 'fc'/fi 'j» I den, on Thursday evening-, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

The Chinese never permit their women to be photographed. „ At & place called the Bald Hills, in Ores- ' , wick district (Victoria), Mrs James Kenkin, A the wife of a miner, gave birth to four -: children— two boys and two girls, ^ ' ' * A** ^ A

Publication Title: Camden News
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Obituary. Death is still busy in the district, and another old identity, Mrs Veness, relict of the late Mr. John Veness, has been removed to her last long home, mourned and re- gretted by all who knew her. The deceased lady was of a loveable and kindly disposition, and the many unostentatious acts of benevolence that she performed dur- ing her life will serve to keep her memory green in time to come. Her long and useful life was spent in doing good for others, and she did as much for her fellows as was compatible with her own sense of duty towards those nearest and dearest to her, and perhaps more. She passed away at a ripe old age, having lived seven years beyond the allotted three score years and ten. Thus, she had attained her 77th year at the time of her death, which took place at the residence of her daughter (Mrs S. Smart, of Menangle), on Sunday week. Deceased had been a resident of the Camden district for 52 years, and her late husband, whom she survived a period of 15 years...

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Camden Cricket Club—Season 1894-5. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

Camden Cricket Club—Season 1894-5 Mr. J. G.Harris, hon. secretary to the above club, has handed us the following batting and bowling averages for the season just ended. It will be seen that Mr. W. B. Farquhar heads the batting list with the fine averaere of 81.4 runs. Mr. G. Barter   comes next with 31.6. In bowling Mr.   Arthur Clissold leads, his average of 6.1 being an exceptionally good one. Mr. Jas. Bugden comes very close to him with an average of 6.11 : —       Batsmen: Times not out: Highest score: No. Innings: Total Runs: Avg: W. Farquhar 4 - 136* - 7 - 571 - 81.4 G. Barter 2 - 71* - 6 - 217 - 36.1 W. Hopson 5 - 82* - 8 - 214 - 26.6 P. Harris 1 - 64 - 13 - 256 - 19.9 Dr. Morton 1 - 46* - 4 - 79 - 19.3 C. J. King 0 - 49 -11 - 154 - 14 J.T.Hyde 1 - 20* - 6 - 68 - 10.8 H. McEwan 1 - 16* - 2 - 31 - 15.5 A. McEwan 1 - 13 - 1 - 15 - 15 A. Barter 0 - 25 - 3 - 31 - 10.1 H. Stuckey 1 - 35 - 1 - 52 - 52 H.Moore 0 - 30 -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

R. H. & J.E.INGLIS AUCTIONEERS, HORSE, CATTLE AND PRODUCE SALESMEN, Weekly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN,                   and every Wednesday at PICTON,   * * * * * *             A special HORSE SALE will be held on the 1st Saturday in every month at his Yards, Camden.   The largest and most complete           Catalogue of Seeds, Plants, Bulbs           and Fruit Trees that has ever been           published has been issued by the             well known SEED MERCHANTS,   ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 27 June 1895

.Kotos. ? u ? Last week we published a letter upon the water supply question, signed 'An Advocate.' We endorco all that our correspondent saye on this vexed subject, and, ' with him, we agree that the im perativeness and importance of ' a water scheme transcends any question that has agitated the public mind. The thoughts suggested by the concluding portion of the letter under notice are not very pleasant to contemplate ; yet, no one can aseail tkG truth of what is asserted'. It ss clearly demonstrated that underground tanks form the bases of what is known, to the scientific mind, and the medical faculty, ao ' microor ganisms.' In its concrete form this looks a formidable word, and it is oae which the average reader is scarcely familiar with. But when the word is dissected and taken in syllabic doses, microorganisms may be taken to literally mean the grains of germs. There are few people in Camden who take the simple precaution to filter their drinking water, so that in a twelvemont...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

OhmE Services'. , : ' CJattTECH Oti ? ENCHiAOT)* ' ' Camden— at 7.30 a m. (hc) Camden— 'at 9.45 am., Children's Service' Camden — at 11 a m, BeV- J, F. Russell Camden— at 730, Rev CJ King. Subject: HoW we got our Bible. , . r W estbrook— at 7 p bi- Rev J. -P. Russell , , Werorabi — at 3 30 p m, Rev C J King Menangle — at 3 pm, Rev J. F. Russell ? ; . Theresa Park-at 3 pm, Mr. F. W. A.- Dowries' . WESLEYAN. Camden^ — at II am, Mr, B. Procter' Camden— at 7 pm, Rev W, Wall. Subject ' The vision of the waters, ankle-deep,- knee-deep , loin-deep, swimable.' Cawdor— at 2 30 p m, Rev W. Wall ? \ Cawdor — at 7, Mr. «f. E. Moore C - * Glenmore — at 11 a m, Rev W. Wdll 1 Glenmore — at 0 30 p m'» Mr. Smart Westbrook— at 2 30 p m, Mr. JB. Procter ? ,, Picton — at 3 pm, Mr J. E. Moore _ ' Campbelltown — at 3 p m, Mr F Whitematf Campbelltown-^at 7 p.m, Mr W. Smart PRIMITIVE CHT7RC3S. Camden — at 11 a m, Rev J . Ashmead. ' . , . Camden— at 7 pm Supply . .. Bob's Range — at 3 p m, Mr. H. Dousfc* Mi...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

'.'.r.r 'v ? . ? '? ? ? BRBYITXES. Jdach of the Queen's good health is owittg, /J- ^ it i§ Sftid, to careful dieting. Every morning between breakfast and luncheon at two ^jc:??^'-'o'olodk (always her best meal), she never ^ fails to have a nourishing1 little repast of j r eoup and a glass of wine, or an egg beaten j.. up with milk. A small liqueur glass of fine old whisky is her daily portion after luncheon and dinner. Beef at one meal, if Knot at another, is daily placed upon the Royal table, and invariably partaken of by her. 'Mrs. Bunting,'' said the doctor, as he left I his patient to speak to her husband. ' I am 1 afraid your wife's mind is gone.' Husband (in no way startled) — 'I am not surprised, i for 8he has been. giving me a piece of it . ? almost every day since we married, attd - I' fcbat's fifteen years ago.' An ass — He who assents to everything. - ' A volume that will bring tears to your ;! -'A eyes — A volume of smoke. Ey* i,1 1 It has been well said that there are t...

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The Mayor's Cow. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

? f ' The Mayor's Cow. / . (To the Editor.) , ' ,,-bir, — l'he Mayor's cow was pointed out to me the other day. She is the primest i ker ? . in the district, fat , enough for the | ssifewis-v^butoher, and doesn't loolc as if she gets her ; ? .s living on the streets. Yours in fairness, ^ t/ \ .... Guess. pa—B^MW ??IIIWIMM— M—B—a ?nnn During the present session of Parliament the Assembly sat 1084 hours, 217 after midnight; 1778 questional were asked, and GSSS^btions.were tabled. Georg'e Dean was released on Friday night, The Commission were not unani mous, for whilst Drs. Sydney Jones and ' p, ' Manning were satisfied of Dean's innocence, Mr. Rogers sent in a minority report ' dissenting from this opinion. ' . Have you tried the new Laundry Sop,p; Red Cross. It eaves labour, washes) without rubbing, J 1

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Cumberland Vine Diseases Board. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Cumberland Vine Diseases Board Mr. W. Stimson, J.P., chairman of the Cumber land Vine Diseases Board, when interviewed by a representative of The Cumberland Argus, said that tho Department were in a fog now that their new bill has been thrown out by the Upper House. If they had taken the Board's advice with reference to the amending of the old Act it would have been far better and there would have been no bother now. He maintained that had the old Act been amended as the Board suggested there would have been no trouble. The Minister had himself admitted that the old Act was unworkable, but he refused to assist to amend it. He thought the Board had done very yvou uuuDiuciiu^ luo uinuy uiaau vantages buvy labor under, and desired the following correspon dence should be published to give the Board's side of the question : — From the Department of Agriculture : I beg to enclose hereby a copy of a letter received by the Department from Messrs. J. E. Green and Co.,, of Sydney, with refere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

BUTXERIOK'S, paper patterns, and FASHION BOOKS. THE CHEAPEST ANI» TOB BB8T, ^ All seams allowed, whioh is a great guide to amateur dressmakers. Illustrated catalogues, 4d post. Sole Agent, BENNETT, 13 and 16 King Street, Sydney Aroade, Sydney. The Delineator, a journal of art and fashion, is Is Od posted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

? HE INVESTED ONLY 7/6 There is a man who has sPent tb.epast twenty Ave years of his life exploring for gold and other minerals in Queensland, New South W ales, Victoria, Tasmania ; -and New Zealand. He haano doubt picked up some money, yet he say that the investment of 7/6 brought him in bigger returns than any other he ever made. Yet, hold on a minute. Don't let us jump to the conclusion that we can all get rich out of the proceeds of 7/6 till we hear further from this financier. He , has a humorous way of putting a serious thing, for - which we should like him all the more. Some folks have no idea that sound sense arid genuine fun are, twin brothers, but they are all the same. Our friend's name is William BromfieldPeck, and he lives at Bussell, New Zealand , a long w ay off. He says it is a lovely oountry and ho intends to stay it the balance of his days. As he landed in ?? Australia, from England, in 1866, he has been their 1 - long enough to know what he is talking about He , a...

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CHILDREN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

CHILDREN'S CORNER. Dear Children, —-My little friend^ did not forget me last week. I received no less than six letters, two of which I was unable to publish, as they came rather late, I give I them this week. I was delighted to receive so mauy letters, and I do hope that the children will write to me often, I woald like some of the boys to write. So far all my letters have bean from the girls. Now boys, do not let the girls beat you. Dobothy. Westbrook, Jane 15. Dear Dorothy,— -I read in the 'Camden News' last week that if you did not get more than three letters a week you would get angry, so I thought I should write you one. We have a parrot and he can thistle nicely. Mj sister Eva has a pretty grey hound, which she thinks a great deal of. I will not write any more this time. I hope you will be pleased with this. J remain, your.little friend, Louise. Cobbitty, June 26. Dear Dorothy,— I saw in last week 's issue that only one letter arrived, so I have decided to write yon a small on...

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The Re-Union of Christendom. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

The Se-Moa of CMsten&om0 At Sfc John'a Anglican Chtxroh, Camden, on Sunday evening last, the Rev Ceeil j King M. A., preached on the above subject. The preacher took for his text part of the 23rd I verse of the 17th chapter of St John — 'I in themy and thou in me, that they may be perfected into one.' The preacher said ?this was our Saviour's wish, and the churches * shall some day be united, because Christ - reigns. He would Have them remember that if the Roman Catholio Church and all ''the other non -conformist bodies, were pre pared to compromise ana matte concessions, ' i the Anglican Church, too, would have to -do so. There were four great reasons why the churches should be united. Firstly, ior the sake of co-operation. See the waste -of energy in their own town. Were four plaoes of worship needed ? Is God a God ?of division ? And, are we not more or less * t\. jealous of one another ? Because four Churches existed in Camden, there was a waite of wealth, . of energy, an...

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Girls' Empire Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Girls' Empire Bress. The quaint little dress is here portrayed developed in pale blue dress goods and fancy silk. The number of the pattern is 6042, and the price 1/2 posted. It may be hald at Bennett's, 13 Sydney Areade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

I ^ : — THE-— ; V ' i CaMden News, . (In which Is incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) ftJBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate of Camden, which is undoubtedly one of . the most important and prosperous centres in New South Wales. The CAMDEN NEWS is the chief advertising medium, and for giving publicity it has no equal whatever. Subscription, 2s per quarter ; or 8s per auntuh, paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if credit be given. Single copies 2d. New subscribers will be received at any time, and charged only from the date which they commence. Subscribers can discontinue . their subscription at any- time by giving notice in writing to the office and paying the amount that may be due to the date of discontinuance. ADVERTISING 5— Advertisements are charged at the following rate per insertion 6d per line up to five lines ; one inch, 3s; every additional inch, 2s; with a reduction of one-fourth for 13 insertions, and of one-third for 26 insertions...

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A Successful Tradesman. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

A Successful Tradesman. . ' ' In these depressed times, when nearly everybody is grumbling, it is a pleasure to hear of someone who is forging ahead. Mr. James Harris, who has for many years had a tailoring establishment at No. 1 Park-street, Sydney, and also at Camden, has, in consequence of increasing business, been com pelled to remove to more oommodious premises. Fortunately for himself he has been able to satisfy his requirements without going very far, and has secured the building lately occupied by the Bank of ; New Zealand, in George-street, opposite the Town Hall. The situation is most central, in a busy thoroughfare, and within a few yards of his old premises. Extensive alterations have been in pro gress for some time which, when finished, will place Mr. Harris in posseseion of one of the largest and most complete tailoring establishments in the city. If the contractors are up to time the first of . July should see the building handed over for occupation. Mr. Harris' succe...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST OAKDEN* CO-OPKBATIVEJ company's report': Butter, creamery, Is Id to Is IJd, factory Is to Is Id, dairy- 5d to lid ; bacon 4d to 4£d, hams 5d , to lOd ; lard-3-jd to 4d, cheese 5d to 5|d, honey 2d , to 3d, pigs, alive, 10s to 30s, calves 5s to 15s, hides y- Id to 3d per lb, ealf skins 6d to is 3d each, flour £0 to. £9 10s per ton, inaize 2s 7d to 2a 9d, chaff - : £4 10s te £4 15b, barley 2s 6d to 2s 7d, bran lljd to la, pollard ll|d to Is, oats, seed 2s 6d to 2s 7d, feed . 2s 5d to 2s 6d, onions £4 15s to £5 per ton, hay, oatpn, £5 to £5 10s, lucerne £3 to £4 10s, potatoes £2 15s to £3, fowls Is 6d to 2s 3d, ducks 2s to 2s 3d, geese 3s to 4s 6d,: turkeys 3s to 6s, eggs 1 Is id, dairy salt £4 15b per ton, smaller quantities 5s per cwt. ' . The m'arketg are very unsettled and the volume : ' of business rather small. Maize— Unsettled Maudes 6d; River, prime, ^ - 2s 7d per bushel Oats Firmer, Best feed, 2s 2d to 2s 3d per bushel Roller flour at £8 1(h ton For out...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 4 July 1895

Notes. The early dissolution of Parliament is now imminent, and we may look for a general election at the end of the present month. In his Ministerial statement the other day, after the rebuff which the Assembly received from the Legislative Council, -Mr. Keid complained of the destruction of the Govern ment policy by the Upper House; He con tended that the superior rights of the representative House must be admitted. Without doubt Mr. Reid is the most fear less Premier we have had for many years. With few exceptions, his pre decessors have sinned away their day of grace by large promises and small perform ances. His Ministry has been agressive. He defended the principle of a tax on the unimproved values of land. Some of the Premiers who have gone before him would much rather that nothing, were done in the shape of reforpa than to march a single step faster than their timidity deemed expedient, Not every member is anxious for a dissolu tion. It is 'the last thing some of them desire...

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