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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

I , 1 ' - , ?- -pr */t ' $o stand tils season at Oaklands, ' ' The Oaks, V-L TEE COACHING StALUOK, \' ? fP ; H E R 0, Sire Perfection: (imp) $ dam Helene by Stafford v (imp.) by Rita by Figaro ; Stafford bj Koh-i-noor, I flam Lady Sale by Muley Muloch, out of Miss Clifton Kg, by Partison out of Iaia by Sir Peter ; Koh-i-noor by -p W The Libel, out of Misa Kitty Cookie by CatLlund out n '*» of . Maid of Mansfield by Filho da Puta; The L ' |) Libel by- Pantaloon, out of Pasquinade (sister to ? Y Touchstone) ; Figaro by Gil Bias (imp.), out of j-j; Flora Molvor, dam of Cossack Zoe, &cM by Rous Emigrant (imp), out of Cornelia by Grass-hopper, out of Manto (imp), Terms £2 guineas «jia Good paddocks provided, every care taken, but -pj £. . ? no responsibility incurred. -g All mares to be paid for and removed by 1st 1* ?January, 1896. ^ '? SEli 1 ' ' , ego® B^ggsesEgag® n0 ; 'To Stand at HENNESSY'S HOTEL, CAMDEN, I , , ,1 i, §Y -and to travel Campbelltown, Menangle, Ja Picton and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

A nice little COTTAGE at Studley Park to let , : Low rental. Apply W. W. Buckle, Studley Park, Narellan, or at the Oamden Nects Office. . -C. A. MARTIN, LICENSED SURVEYOR, - '- h. . „ „ * , ~ ''?Specially Licensed under the Real Property Act, Government Mining Surveyor, Member of the Institution of Surveyors, '(lucorpora&ed by Act of Parliament, M.S. W) - * O A. IM! JD IE .2*% For the last 9 years employed by the Govern ^ inent, is now starting Private Practice in Can.den, Picton and Bowral districts. Will visit and un ' take any surveying in these districts without j . charging travelling expenses. w I L L I A M M c E W A N, ARGYLE STREET, OAMDEN, . BAKER GROCER AND CpNFEOTIONER. f _ Weddings, Pio-nics, &c., catered for. - v - Wedding Cakes a speciality. W E ^ G t „ 'A 7- *-L. ' MR. F. R. COWPER, , ' ' Solicitor, &c., { ^ - * *1 sr i r . ' / 19, ^First Floor) Post Office Chambers, * \ ? t* ' 114 Fitt Street, Sydney. ' . - Tf^^CKIS — For Sale at The Oaks, at ...

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Our Trades men's Display, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Our Tradesmen's Display, 1895. Without doubt the choice goods offered by our Camden1 tradesmen for the Christ mas season cannot be equalled in the great city of Sydney, and we comment the display offered to the inspection of our readers. : ? Vid6 our note on the front page of this issue. JAMES HARRIS & Co. Known in Camden as 'the popular - . tailors,' and if we may judge by their large and important stock, as a matter of fact, know that this Camden firm is equally as well-known in Campbelltown and Picton, as ; ? the only clothiers in these districts. From , , an inspection of the stock, other than those ; excellent goods exhibited in their windows, we were certainly astonished at the magni v tude of every conceivable article connected with the clothing of 4 our boys.' The in defatigable Mr. Coleman, who practically is J 1 the Messrs James Harris anil Co., of . Camden, if he is not, he ought to be ; is at all times anxious to show his enormous stock of ' boy's and men's cloth...

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C. T. WHITEMAN [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

' C. T. WHITEMAN, .Cumberland House. At this wellknown establishm6nt the proprietor, Mr. C. T. Whiteman, has had all departments thoroughly stocked and sorted up in anticipation of the festive, season approach ing/ Beautiful fabrics, suitable for ladies blouses are well stocked. In light and cool materials suitable for dresses for ho]iday visits a nice selection will be found. In parachutes a small direct shipment has fast been received, also laces, ribbons, gloves, &c. In the gentlemen's department special values will be offered in suits, coats and vests, trousers and vests, &c, and are worth inspecting. Straw hats in good shapes and styles, silk handkerchiefs, collars, ties, &c. a real choice selection. Provision has also been made for the young folk in the shape of toys and games suitable for presents ; also chocolate creams in fancy boxes, a great assortment. The grocery department, is thoroughly stocked with all .the requisites i for the Xmas festivities...

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JAMES FRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

JAMES FRIER. This tradesman, who is so well-known to almost every resident of the district per sonally as an expert, which means a practical watch and clock maker, jeweller and optician, has for the Xraas season added very largely to his already large stock of jewellery suitable for Xmas presents and gifts. For a choice collection of jewellery and the like, it is doubtful whether a more recherche collection could be found in any provincial town. We were astonished at the low price Mr. Frier is offering his lovely goods, it can only be that he has purchased his Xmas goods afc the best English ' markets. Mr. Frier has for many years ' past made a special feature of his imported short-wind keyless watch for riding and rough work at a price within the reach of all. From the cheapest watch and chain to the more' expensive ever valuable English ? / 1 lever watch can be purchased, and ; guaranteed by Air. Frier.

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N. A. WHITEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

/ N. A. WHITEMAN. Mr. N. A. Whiteman, storekeeper, of Argyle street has, with his usual business energy, and in order to cope with the extra .Christmas trade, opened up a choice and full stock of new and fashionable prints direct from the makers. Mr. N. A. Whiteman Jias added largely to his stock of drapery of late and his selection is a valuable one. In the grocery department this tradesman T ? — J ~ ? ^.1 ? ' ' a. n ? ? rwueivtju a uuusiguiiieui; oi icing sugar and spices, and a supply of Aulse bruok's celebrated Christmas Cakes, Mr. N. A Whiteman in addition to his ex tensive stock of grocery and drapery, has a very pretty lot of. children's toys, dolls, Xmas Cards, and a lovely lot of Casket wares. All the older folks should not forget to inspect the importation of large and small teapots in the latest style and fashion at this store.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Sfotes. „ The dairymen of this the Camden district, ? especially those who supply milk direct to X.' Sydney, arc undet a debt of gratitude to c _ those gentleman who waited as delegates -on; ^ ^ *-« the various managers of the Sydney milk *? ' companies for the purpose of ? di S6 again g/the *„«. x -g 'fevanceg under which tlieyJabou^^B^? of -the ^r.witest -subjects \to' the supplier? is ». - ,that of surplus milk. When tl e manager ;vof-a company: lias received sufficient milk 'to supply his customers, he has no alternative but to regard the balance sent as ' surplus,' ? J ? ? ? J» ? i ? i * . . 1 . ? aziu . [my, viuimc accordingly. As' it takes j about three gallons of milk to make one po.und ot butter it is easy |o calculate the / - price it will pay the managor to aive for the \ ' surplus. Tho managers have now-' agreed i ^ to pay the top price for ' sut plus.' This ,p ' # fact alone is a most satisfactory one. -and ' , shows what can be dotje by united efforts ; '- we did not e...

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POETRY SIR. WALTER SCOTT. BORN, 1771; DIFD, 1832. Love of Country [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

POETRY - ? if'-' / , Sift. WALTER SCOTT^ ^ * s , Bokn, 1771 ; EftfcD, 1832. * i' * . -Love oi Country ' ** x~ *? f ' \ Ereatliete there a man with, soul so dead- \Vho never to himself hath tiaid, ^ - ' ThLs.is ray own, my ;iativo Land,-! ' v h-* v , Whose heart luth ne'er within liim burn' d,1 ' As hoihe his footsteps hi- hath' hirn'd ' Fiofii wand'ring oti a foreign strand ? ? ' If sucli theiefhreilthe, go, mark him wel^ r%tj , .For him no minstrel rapi ures swell ; 1 * ' ,f] £ig-h through his titles, proud his name, - ^ 'TP.rSnnrl I pss-1iiBv\vn;0t.h as /vn.ti .l.'espite thosO titles, power, and pelf, j 1 The \V'tecch concentred all in belf, - - Living1. shall foifeit fair leliown, \ A doubly dyiijj:, shall go doVrn ' *- ' ' '' TiV-tKe rile du^Sfrom whence he Sprung ' .. Xlnwept, unhonb-ur'-d, and unsung. 'i ' .v',» ,v '

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Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Rainfall and Drought Records in thg 1 ' , Camden j District. 4 ' Mr. H. C. Eussell, the Government As- , , tronomer, has very courteously forwarded to 't '? the Editor of The Camden News the following1 . .?, / 'letter, respecting the valuable information conveyed in oiir published records on this , subject ' Sydney Observatory, Dec. 9tb, 1895. I am very much obliged to' you for sending me copies of the ' Cam- . :- aen DJews,' containing extracts Irom ,tne late Sir William Ma'carthur's diary. It is a most valuable record, and you have done ''£V' good service in publishing it. Many years \ ago Sir William gave me a copy of all his rainfall records in tabular form, and a great many of the notes you have published, not \ , in the same words, but in substance. He gave tbem to me verbally. I have also a 'copy .of. -hi« report -to the Government con-. /.? . taining particulars of all the Napean floods . ? ' ? upto the time the railway got to Penrith — /. - a most valuable document I publis...

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Camden A. H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Camden A- H. ft; I. Society. The .first meeting of the newly elected committee of the institution was held in the Sohool of Arts, on Tuesday, December 17. There were present, Messrs Ohisholm, : ? i, . I ? Jqo E. Moore. D. Nott, James Hayter, Jess Hayter, F. VV. A. Downes, J. G. Harris, C. Furner,. A. J. .Onslow Thompson, A.- V, Moore,' T. M. Inglis, F. B. Little, E. Yeness,' B. H. Druitt. H. L. Mackellar, H. P. Eeeves, E. Clemson/ C. Mcintosh, F. C. Willis, T. C. Barker, Jas Mcintosh, R. Boardman, James E. Moore, and W. E. Cowper. Hon. Sec. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed; Correspondence, from the Department of Agriculture re subsidy. From E. and J. Rateliffe, notifying their change of address. The business of the meeting was the ap pointment of office bearers for the year, and consideration of holding the next show. Messrs Little and Cranfield were appointed scrutineers oh . the motion of Messrs McKellar and Hayter. ' Mr. J. K. Chiaholm was unanimously e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

mHE - NATIONAL MCJTUaL LIFE AS ± SOCIATION OP AUSTRALIA LIMITED. NOTICE. . ,??????? It :igi'Khe intention of the Aifeociati«t after one month- from this date, to issug/uflfflSr ^Loet Policies Act: of iS9/5 a special polic^/&k[,he i/aee of policv No. E 2633, on tho lifjj^f file-/ Trewyn Hughes, dated the 14th 9 if a lufpfd to have been lost. / . By order .of the Board. / «fT.- .0. Evans. , Resident Secretary. Wy'dney, ISth December, 1895. ;R. H. INGLIS Has received instructions from E. G. Chisholm ' ' ' -/ Esq. , to sell aty / - HIS SALE YAllJ)S,j£frMDEiyoTi MONDAY, -NEXT, /23aT DECEMBER. 1 thoroughbred filly, 8 years oy 1 well-bred filly, 3 years old^ud 1 useful cob, 6 years old. \ gO XING DAYj WESTBRO OK. Tea Meeting 3 p.m. / Cricket Match 11 .a.m.. Westbr^k v GKeresa Park. Handicap Race^-xc,,12 , Concert S -Refreshment Stall en the^fcund. ' COBBITTY.. ? NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1896. Athletic Sports, TRA MEETING AND BAZAAR, GRAND CONCERT, DOORS OPEN 7.30. Tickets— TEA MEETING, Is. ...

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D. DOUST [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

D.DOUST We believe, we are correct in stating, that, the oldest storekeeper in Camden, is Mr. David Doust, of the present Argyle stores. For Upwards of a quarter of a century Mr. D. Doust has uninterruptedly carried on business, and has earned the good esteem of all residents in Camden and district. Air. Doust, although the many years he has been in business, is still alive to the progress of the township and its im ? -2. ? ? ? J 1 ? a-! ? _ ? _? ? ? JJ.J portauue, uuu nus ims Amas season auueu largely to his extensive stock, which to attempt to describe would simply mean filling the paper ; suffice it to say that, the goods in the grocery line are the best pro curable, and the drapery and boot ware houses are replete with the latest fashions and of the very best materials. The choice for the Christmas trade has been made with much judgment and skill. The stores of Mr. Doust are always neatly laid out so that the goods and their quality can be easily inspected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

^ , - Mr- Duane, of Auckland '.'We shall print the whole of Mr. Isaac Duane's letter, only regretting that it is not longer. 'He riiiight have mentioned tliat June, the month in 'which he wrote, is the coldest month in the year 1 'iri^ltis' country, and January the hottest. He . ' might have' also reminded us that New Zealand is ' almos't as large as Great Britain, with'a much more ^ desirable climate. He might further have said Vs t.hat it is a wholesome place to live in, as it con - ^stains few physical sources of disease; and possesses ?fcno insect so noxious as the English wasp ' Yet on fllreading his letter we shall iind that those at tractive islands in the far South cnS:HP!i. ivrp. nnf fi-bb tei.''' from an enemy we are called upon to fight here in '-a England, .as elsewhere throughout the world; \_j(' 5pi.ive much pleasure in writing you,' says Mr. :.v.' -(r35utii. y, ' as to me it is a privilege as well as a duty to describe an experience in which I am \ confident you will ...

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W. McEWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

W. McEWAN. The good things ia confectionary, cakes and the like, for the Christmas season has not been forgotten at W. McEwan's con fectionary establishment in Argyle street, who has made a special effort to meet the very large demand at the present season. This firm make a speciality in wedding cakes, and cater for pic-nics and the like. The high reputation of Mr. McEwan's for so many long years is a guarantee that the good things provided cannot be equalled anywhere. ' ; ;

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Camden Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Camden Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the council was held on Wednesday the 11th instant. The Mayo? (Alderman J. D. Eankin) in the qhair.vThe 'fpllowing Alder- J * ' men were present -W. C . Furner, H. P. Beeves, G. Cleveland, E. F. Druitt$.GK F. i 'Turner, C. T. Whiteman, Frier. and E. G. f Griffith s. The minutes of the last meeting of the council were read and confirmed/ CoBBESPONDBrrCEy i A nftfiMnn war rfinoivfifl from t.bo rftt.fi V.' 1 1' ' '^payers of Camden as to the excessive '£/ ' r urates charged for the conveyance of goods Uf ; mild for passenger fares to and Irom Sydney -V,/ ' 'to Camden. ^if/ -' Alderman Reeves understood that there \.- 'was aapecial rate charged for conveyance of passengers and goods between Campbell ?- town and Camden under an old arrange ment, and on such arrangement with the 'J 1 1 public of Camden the tramway was orignally I*. , ' constructed, he, however, suj-ported the I? ? : ' petition. Aldermen Cleveland and W. C. Furner ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

A' . LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST, Sunlight Soap OR Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of the BOOKS — -as pet list — can obtain them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd., 232 Clarence-street, Sydney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS, as underhand 4d in stamps to cover post age or carrtasje. W the'wrappers or coupons enolose full namelapd addi^ssj^umbers of wrappers and the book or books 'required. The top patt of wrapper, including the ; line ' SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP' 'will be accepted in lieu of the whole wrappers. . Half- cloth aud Paper Cardboard. Covers. 50 Sunlight Wrapper's 1 Book or 2 Books. 90 Suulight Wrappers 2 Books ot 4 Books. 1.35, Sunlight Wrappers 3 Books or 6 Books. 1 30 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books. NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday school-.. Teachers may form 'Book Clubs,' and by collecting SUNLIGHT or LIFE BU OY S O AP WpAiyPERS soon form a scho...

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A. J. BAYLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

A. J. BAYLEY. Few- country towns can boast of a better j stocked pharmacy than that of our local chemist. His shelves and cases contain thousands of bottles, whieh are receiving constant additions in the shape of new and approved drugs. Mr, Bayley exercises the greatest care in dispensing prescriptions, using only the purest drugs obtainable. Amongst his own numerous specialities, mention may be made of the following three, which, iudainsr from the demand and unsolicited testimonials received, evidently , give the greatest satisfaction, i.e.: Headache Powders, Milk and Food Preserver and; Bayley's Eucalyptus and Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds. During the three winter months , the sales of the latter totalled 826 bottle3. However, drugs, although in timately associated with Xmas . cheer, naturally find their place as an unpleasant after necessity, but we notice Mr. Bayley has prepared for the festive season by open ing up a large and beautiful assortment of high class perfumes ...

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W. WHITEMAN [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

W.WHITEMAN of Argyle Street, who is so well known for his business judgment in the purchase of the best of crockery, glassware, wallpapers, anc? the like, has again acded to the fine* display of these goods and the stock should certainly be inspected. For the many years that Mr. W. Whiteman has been in business, he has at the present season a larger and choicer stock than ever. In the manufacture of tanks, milk cans, buckets, and in galvanized iron work, Mr. W. Whiteman is an expert. The stock at this warehouse of paints, oils, and colours, and builders iron mongery, together with general ironmongery is extremely a large one.

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F.R. FURNER [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

- F.R. FURNER The name Furner in Camden is cer tainly a household word, and their good name has been won by strict business in tegrity for over half a century. The more active of . these gentlemen bearing that name is Mr. Frank R. Furner the plumber, tin plate and ironworker in Argyle Srreet. Mr. Frank R. Furner is a tradesmen that knows every detail of his business; if we were asked at this Xmas season for our greatest wish, there is no doubt the answer wou'd be for more rain, and a better supply of water, and tanks wherewith to hold the same. Mr. Furner is a maker of tanks and the like, and his stock comprises the bes' , and cordially invitps inspection and a trial of vjiis. skill in the trade. -

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S. PROCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

S. PROCTOR. in his excellent and cheerful place of busi ness in Argyle street, has very largely added to his already large stock of fancy and useful goods for the Xmas season. This tradesman has not £-nly had the pick of the metropolitan markets, but has also im ported direct from the manufacturers Our little ones will be delighted with tho charm ing display of dolls, toys, presentation books and cards. Whilst to the older boys there is such of cricketing materials, lawn tennis, &c . that will undoubtedly gratify them. The young ladies of the district have not been forgotten by Mr. Proctor, for he has just added to the stock a large consign ment of music, musical instruments and the like, besides the lovely things suitable for Xmas presents. The photo frames are uuique in design. From an examination of the picture books., and books for older heads, one could not wish to have a larger stock to . select from than on the shelves of Mr. Proctor's establishment. There is also som...

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