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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

? T 1 M BER MERCHANT, . ] ?-;???? Argyle Street, . j C a m d e : j 'jg„ G. GRIP F I T $ ;;k I 'i\ ' BUTCHER, v Aegyle Stble't, Camden, . . , Is a buyer of hides, tallow, sheep skins, .bprs^aif; j jitad every kind of . produce at highest prices- for ? ? cash'.- ? . . ; j S.OUND CHAFF B'AGS purchased to auy ; ,W ''-luaritity. i ^ | ' ; ' E. S llL:lj j (Late Nti.akes and Small) ' ! r J FAMILY BUTCHER, l ? , J ' I A a gyle Street, Camtjen; i .k| s f The business which has ihet \Vith so much suc , *i\ peba in the past, will for the fature be solely con ducted by E. Small, one of the prbprietprs of the -; ' bubiness, and lie trusts that by his experience and judgment, and providing the best of every class of meat to gain increased support from the residents of r. : Camden and district. ^ o r ? i - c lis j ANY STRAY CATTLE found, on ^ ike ' &rkham Estate will be impounded . . H. MgKELLAR x JPRANKR.FURNER. Dumber, tin-pLati! & iron worker, AitG'YLE STREET. CAMDEN. 'Tinware, ...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Reminiscences of Cawdor. [Continued from our last week's issue.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Reminiscences of Cawdor.   (By R. Todd.) [continued from out last week's issue] The next step promoting settlement was the granting of clearing leases by the   Macarthurs, introducing a more worthy class of workmen, free settlers, the noble stock of many of our best families ; men who were not afraid of hard work, and who, with indomitable pluck and energy, felled the forest giants and fenced the paddocks that waved with wheat, destined to take the first place in the great com- petition of the first exhibition in London in 1851, and also other subsequent exhibitions. Fitst in order of settlement was Mr. Edward Tickner who with his two sons   John and Henry cleared the land now owned by Messrs Joseph and Frederic Doust. They were soon followed by Mr.   Joseph Nash in company with Gilbert a blacksmith, who afterwards went to South Australia and Mr. Joseph Doust. These settled in Cawdor on land adjoining the site of the old courthouse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

- To stand this season at Oaklands, X v ^ The Oaks, ^ .thi „ ; THK COACHING STALUCOK, -, ?'' r' H E EC, ' 's'!: ; Perfection (imp); dam Helene by Stafford 5 ' '{-^3-) by Rita by Figaro ; Stafford by Koh-i-noor, i'kiflam Lady Sale by Muley Muloch, out of Mis« Clifton . la^j^ParfMon out of Iris by Sir Peter ; Koh-i-noor by 2 K ^RfevLibel, out of Misn , Kitty Cocklo by Cadlund out of Maid of Mansfield by Fillio da Puta; The J Libel by ^autaloon, out -.f Pasquinade (sister to v-JTouchstone) ; Figaro by G-il Bias (imp.), out of I $Jj?lora Mclvor, dam of Cossack Zoe, &c., by Sous ^ r JEmiirrttiit (unp),j-ut of Cornelia by Grans-hopper, . our of Manto (imp), Terras £'2 guineas * Good paddocks provided, every care taken, but ; no responsibility incurred. J All mares to be paid for and removed by 1st January, 1896. .. ? ?? ? ? ? ' ? ? t Bk '' 'To Stand at HFNNESSY'S HOTEL, CAMDEN, , 1 and to travel Campbelltown, Menangie, , ' ^Picton and all other districts throughout the Camden elec...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Items of Interest- ^ A piece of cement studded with gold has been found by a man who was sinking a bole for a verandah post in main street of Kalgoorlie, 'Western Australia. It is said that the cement deposit extends uuder the whole town. When the last balance was made-up, funds in Chancery, in England alone, amounted to £64,075,167. And so it is likely to continue. Only last week a resident of Mitchell's T~1 ? J3 ? ? ? TmIa» ? ? J I» ? 'L ? 1 xsxuiiu ucur i- lmoi, iiHLutJu cvienaru Atkins, obser'vea a horse swimming from the sea towards the shore. Immediately upon reaching the break the horse showed signs of bein-; bewildered, when Atkins imi tated the whinnying of the horse and encou* raged it ashem'. The horse was of a gray colour, about four years old, un-branded, and presents the appearance of having under gone great hardship. It had probably, been washed overboard from a passing steamer during the late heavy weather. The horse j is now grazing on Mitchell's Island. Wing ham Ch...

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Fruit Trees. MULCHING AND WATERING. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Fruit Treesi ,.i MULCHING AND WATERING. , The present dry season is very hard on - fruit ' trees as well as on other plants. In a season like the present niu!ching is of the greatest benefit to all kinds of plants. Any vegetable matter will do fora muich, but of course the most nutritious grasses and fodder plants answer best. Little of all kinds more or less impregnated with ^manure is especially valuable, as it will not only help to retain the moisture in the soil, ? ' but also manure it. Weeds, so long as they . v. . r»^4i /-A«fmn f a A c-./\4 V- m.*-. r. _ J ? , v uuu v iiiut/ii oi uuj UI liaxi WUU(l and muck of all descriptions will answer very well as a mulch. The depth of a mulch may vary with the conditions of the soil and the quantity of material at hand. Some people spread mulch all over the. surface of their land to a d»*pth of one foot, but perhaps a depth of from three to . six , 'inches is about the average. Water may be most beneficially applied in connection with mul...

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Kennel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Kennel Notes. , , In addition to the valuable strain of ^ -5ollie * doga which Mr. T, H. BosWbtth, of , Picton, has at his kennels,' it is a satis factory feature to know that Mr. Chowne, j - dentist of Sydney, and who is so well-known - in Camden, has at the present time in Cam* y'den a most valuable collie slut, '.Ormskirk 1 Oirl' It may be of interest to the lover of ^^Twell-hred dogs to know that this slut was ? imported to . Sydney having been bred 'by the well known English collie breeder ivdMr. 'H. Stretch, and purchased when a # ''v J. (?- * puppy for a large sum. Ormskirk Girl is hy ' Jj- 1 ^Champion Vulcan,' slut ' Ruth' by 1 Roy«' . ? Ormskirk Girl has only been exhibited on ''three occasions, and on each occasion won ^ ^ the first prize, viz. : in Sydney 1890 and -',}V 1891, and the first prize and silver medal ? given by the N.S.W. Government for the 'best collie in the Agricultural Show, '\ ' Sydney. Ormskirk Girl is the dam of ''i 't ^feven prize winners, including fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

SANDEJR & 80NS 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, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. I*8* Acknowledged by Medical Clinics ...iu universities all over tlie Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude reiinous oils. In order that thesi; crude oils may not bo taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medicul division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded fco us through tlie Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take : — ' It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, aud I'rofessor Dr. M osier, Director of the Medi...

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[?]espondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

|HKspondexiee. ^H^HHPfTo the Editor.) BB^I^—Phe promise of the Premier to tlie P&oputatioa oa the subject of the -l Diseased Animals and Meat Act' shows the way out of an oppressive use of its provisions, he will neutralize such cases by remitting the fines. The householders of this town are suffering from an oppressive anri nnnecessarv ? enforcement of the 'Nuisances Preven' ion Aet.' The council refused the petition of several householders, j asking that the closet puns should be j emptied fortnightly instead of weekly, and ? some other reasonable requests; they are smitten with a sanitary crazj, which is, no doubt, largely owin* to what they read in the newspapers ; aud, very likely^ they think also that the amended act leaves them no option. The Premier's action is to outwit the law, but our council' is not put to such straits, for, if the members will look, they will find, in sect 2, that the council may do such and such things. Now, the 'Acts Shortening Act' declares t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

IDESIRJ3 tointimate to mj^igncls i^the Cam den district that any uwfnesj whio^ may have been collected on ray behalf g so far handed to me. Nellie GmragpE, /m rnGftk v ille , rjy -~e N D J R -B.-I Roads under Truwees. j TENDERS are called for supply of BEST GREY | METAL, broken to inch gauge, and stacked for measurement as under — , / ? 100 cub. yds, opposite Mry^Mjes E/imell's, i Cobbitty jOv ?£ 50 cub.- yards, between wf^ClissohfTyuid Mr. . Rankin's j ? / O 100 cub. yds. opposrB^tke Coo bitty Gutter Factory. / Tenders close on 19th Decenibej^l895. Address— Road Trustees. Cobbitty. .Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted, , , v. . , G. H. ALLNUTT, Hon. Sec. ^CUAIMqs'WANTZD . ForPEOPEKTfin-5|ltEALIA|ndEL3aPHEEf The foUom/fg h(wi \en ad&tMed fm- - I Boyd. iTns, / Bosnnili B. -!? wSeujptn, -Jno. Cnmeron. K Jfimuson, Jas. SraKUKm, 1 i Irvine. AlR«4jRrdi Wnii jyjJ^M^KOiT'«Toa« i Tomlins, w{ jfloplCi Ann W KMmWWym, i Searches wlljMe'made nnn rcjmrai forwarded # on receipt ...

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Camden Philharmonic society's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Camden Philharmonic Society's Concert - ,;This society, assisted by the Picton Philharmonic Society, gave their fifth con cert at the School of .Arts, -Camden, on 'Wedaesday night las L The first part of the programme was miscellaneous, and the secoad part consisted of selections from the Messiah. There was a very fashionable and appreciative audience. The concert was onened bv the orchestra plavintr the e Blue Danube W*itz' ; then foilpwed an old favourite, Mrs. ^ Noakes, ' Twho sang ' Tlie Island of dream*,' aiid , \ later on, ' The Old -3ountree, * in her usual good style ? Mr. Davis (in place ot' Mr. Cow per) was nest, and sang 'The Skipper' in dashing style, for which he was deserVedLy and' heartily ap plauded ; Miss Laiteman showed to better advantage than we have previously heard her in her song, ' Bid me to Jove,' which suits her voice adtnirahly, and to which Mr, jBosworth played in a musical manner a very taking violin obligato; Mr. Herbert Cato, a well known Tasmanian hai...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

( fo the Editor.) ' xour correspondent Nemo, in your last issue ' indulges in a little pleasantry at the' expense of one whom he dubs the historian of. Cawdor, because he has stated that a herd of wild catt.'e were descended from oxen, and hence must have originated a new breed — -most peculiar — but had our joke' looked up authorities before he rushed' into print, he might ' have spared himself the trouble. | Chambers's Etymological Dictionary states | that oxen is the plural of ox, and is used lor both male and female. The Peoples' Cyclopedia also states that the ox, JBos Taunts, is a ruminant quadruped of the family Bovida, the moat useful to man of all domesticated animals, iucluding loth male and female, and further enlarges upon the' wild oxen of various countries. So it is plain that the use of the term oxen was perfectly legitimate. Thanking you in anticipation,

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The new Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

The new Taxation. ' It is somewhat remarkable that there are still many people with a very hazy idea of the amount they will have to pay under the 'new land and income taxation. In regard to the earnings of most persons the cal culation is easy, the only complication arising is in connection with mortgages, and even with regard to these the arrangement is not hard to understand when looked into. Thei land tax is a Id in the £ on the bare capital value of the land without improve-' ments, with an exemption of £240, or. (as 240d makes £i) a reduction of £1 in the amount of the tax. A person owning land worth (apart from buildings or other im provement) any sum up to £240 will pay nil. 300 will pay £0 5 0 400 will pay 0 13 4 500 will pay 1 1 8 -600 will pay 1 10 0 700 will pay 1 18 4 800 will pay 2 6 8 : ? - ? 900 will pay 2 15 0 ' * ' 1000 will pay 3 3 4 5000. will pay 19 16 8 , 10,000 will pay 40 13 4 — -4.00,000 will pay 415 13 4 | The income tax is 6d in the £, /with an lexemption ...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

'? The Oaks ? ? IPEOir OUIi OWN CORRESPONDENT. 1 Oil Friday night, 29ch November last, Mr. and Mrs. Littlewood gave a most enjoyable social in honor of the visit of their niece Miss Seymour, of Wagga. About 17 couples we r'e present, amongst whom were noticed ? 'Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Devitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore, Miss Hannah Seymour, Miss Mary Seymour, Miss Mary Littlewood, t\lr. Pat. McDonough, Mr. George Gandry, Mr. S; Bfinsleyj Mr. Canore, Mr. Chiddey. I * * ? ? i j _ _ ? . ? . i ? i . . t _ _ _i ! .1 ' ? ? ? ? lviiv' suppneu spieaaui music ou the violin, also some very good local music was contributed- by Mr.. Ohiddey and several others;' Mr; P. McDonough acted as M.- C., and carried his duties out in a highly satisfactory manner, excellent re freshments were served during the night, : and towards morning the com pany dispersed highly satisfied with their nights' amusement and hoped that it will not be long before Uhey Lave another pleasant re-union with Mr. and Mrs. Littlewood.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

The Commissioners for Railways have re warded with the sum of £5 a little girl named Donoghue at . Lisinore who a few weeks ago. finding a tree blown across the line hurried and met a coming train and warned -the d river' of ' the obstruction. Black is not the color of a negro when born. It is a remarkable fact that the negro iufaufc comes into the world white, only with' a yellowish tinge ; and that it becomes progressively darker uutil the tenth; day, when it is perfectly black. Holdsworth,' Maeplierson &nd Coy., Sydney, for Ploughs and Agricultural Machiuery. - . ' - ' ? : v. ' ix If * j v. - '-*.4 ? ? '-v*-. .i - ? 1 * t J ! !. * * ? 'JL J ?* -

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Menangie- ? | From our own Correspondent 1 Tlitr Menangie and The Oaks (J C;ubsj me* in a frienoly --rick«t match on Saturday last on the Camden cncktM ground (kindlv p:ac*ed at. the disposal of these teams by the com mittee of the Cti'mdeu 0. C.) victory resting with The Oaks men by 2? runs. The Oak«, J'. Taylor 24, Farley 22, Nicholson 14, aud J. Devitt 12, while English 15, G. Neale 15, and J. Starr 13 not out, showed bfcsf. form. In hnwlinw Tjiulttwnod and Farley shared the honors for The Oaks and P. Quirk 3 for 11, English 2 for 21, J. Hiekey 3 for 25, and Neale 2 for 22, did likewise for Menangie. The Menangie Public School C. C. .met and defeated, the Morton Park boys, on Saturday last by 54 runs, the scores being M mangle 138, T. Quirk 60, J. Starr 12, and Douglas Park 84, E. Hughes 8 and 12. A splendid shower of rain fell on Monday last, but a great deal more is badly wanted.' Everything- in this district shows the effect of the prolonged drought, stock being poor aud the-g...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

. Cricket. ? Camden C.O. played the Narellan cricketers on Saturday last on the latter's wicket. The game resulted in a draw, as there was not sufficient time to finish For Camden, A. E. Devlin contributed 44 in good style, off one of his hits he made 8. H Farrendon 17, McEwan 14 and Parker 13, were the next highest scorers. For Narellan, Buttenshaw, Buckle, ann Water worth contributed respectively 19, 12 and 11. Following are the scores :— Camden. H. Moore, c Hunter b Hanger . . 6 Hopson, h.o.w, b Williams .. 8 Devlin, b Buttenshaw . . . . ,, 44 « King; e Clissold b Waterworth - , '8 Peters, b Hanger . . . . 1 B. Harris, c Waterworth. b Cirsoid . 9' Farendon, b Williams ., . , ' ^ 17 , Parker, c Hunter .. _ 13 McEwan, not out ... l'- . 14 WatBon, rnn. out .. ' . , ,'0 Piggott, b Clissold .. ? ' 5 ; Sundries $ Total 1 134' Narbllan. ' i r Hunter, b Hopson .. ,7 ' Bretton, b Hopson .. 0 Waterworth, c Devlin b Farendon '! 11 . ? Buttennhaw, b Hopson .. . ,19 Buckle, b Moore .. .. 12, ...

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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Cawdor. ?' „ [PEOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] \tfiii Mr. H. E. Dowle, and Miss M. E. Miller married in St John's church last Wednesday, 4th instant, by the Rev C J. ' ' King. There were a goodly number of guests and well wishes in church. A large '-.number of relations, and friends assembled ^ - at the late home of the bride, and partook of I a very sumptuous breakfast. The health of the bride and bridegroom, the bridesmaids i ? : etc., were duly honoured. The happy' v I V couple left for Orange on the:r honeymoon trip, numerous prasents were on view being .. .both useful aud ornamental. To com memorate the event the members of the Cricket Club, and Mutual Improvement Association with other friends were invited to a soiree on the Monday previous' to the marriaye nt the residence of'Mr. Dowle. In an old barn ligii ted up and nicely decorated, about 80 persons sat down to a really excellent supper, the viands were of the choicest, and reflected great credit on thft caterers. To see the t...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Notes. Our readers will have noticed in the re port of the last meeting of the Aldermen that, the .Railway Commissioners have de cided to alter, or otherwise improve the sta tion arid piatform accommodation at Cam den; yet, we fail to find that so far anv ton ' - ders have been called to effect the desired ? and absolutely necessary repairs and alter ations. We oulyC ish the Commissioners ' . ? could but hear one . »alt that was said about that wretched building ; the improvements ' ,;x would be effected without farther delay. 'I here is another point which our rulers of Oamderi should consider ; it is the question of obtaining a lower rate for passenger iates to and from Sydney, aad also a lower rate for produce and general goods. Campbell town has, wo understand, takn'n up the init iative, let us join that township by giving them our support and assistance, and not to let them . be the pioneers, whilst we simply play the waiting1 game, and take advantage gf other people's work. We...

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How to Keep house on Two Hundred a year. TO THOSE EXEMPTED FROM INCOME TAX IN THE COMING LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

- -How-to.JBkep house oa Two. Hundred a ' . year. To TIIO'SU. EXE&iE'TKD FROM INCOME TaS IN ? .V 1KB COMING LAW. . Ho^.tovvfbafc ? l,To keep house on. two hundred a ? , ( Witli x*ci rd orchids and diamonds so dreadfully dear!) ;? ' Well, i . won* t 'run to footmen, a carriage and pair,. Or td^coKtume-i; by Worth-— not for regular wear ; No, a ciottaye and iove would be more to their style, 's ' ''And not much of a cottage,' you say with a ;? smile. f(;l Though it's strange how some couples can live weU ?? and fcts, /? ' On two hundred a year — and a few coppers less ! How.thry- uo ic^-and save'! — you may all of you , knt-vv By perfusing tha liimple particulars below. First nf a}l there's the rent, on' the old fashioned . ' plan, t^'ith of one's income, that's twenty per an. ; y\ /? /Then, there's six pounds for taxes and rates (oh, ic'fi cruel 1) .'And at least seven pounds ten. for $he gas and the - they've, a 'slivey,'. of course, :jand chey've some time to seek sjoorl -o...

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Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Continued from our last issue.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 December 1895

Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Continued from our last iRBue.'] Compiled from the valuable records at Camden Park, 1875 , ? , Jan. Hot and dry. 185 points in 3 days. Pebj 'A very wet month, incessant rain. Heavy on the . ,3rd and 27th. 811 points in 13 days. March. Fair month. 164 points in 6 days. April. Good rains on the 5th. and 6th and also on the 24th and 25th. 285 points in 9 days. May. A wet month. Very heavy rain on ? the 1st and 2nd. Moderate flood. Very heavy again on the 26th / causing high fresh on the river. 878 ' points 7 days, «June. Very heavy rain on the 6th and 7th. Low flood. 5.74 points in 6 days. ? July. Very cold and dry. Only 22 points ' in 4 days. Aug. Dry windy month. 87 points in 3 days. ? Sept. Very dry. Only 16 points fell 4 days. Oct. Another dry month. 139 points in 6 days. Nov. Very dry and hot. 117 points in 6 days. Dec. Very dry and hot. Only 67 points fell in 4 days. _ ? 1876. Jan., A very hot and dry month. The . thermometer ...

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