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E. G. GRIFFITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

E. G. GRIFFITHS. Mr. Griffiths, that estimable servant of the public, intends to be no way jbehindthis ?Xmas season in his display of the choicest qualities of meat, and we know that what ; Mr. Griffiths intends doing he does thorough and well. Mr. -Griffiths, as a ?..-?.''.fami'lyvlmtcher has no superior, and we trust, that the public will support him in ? - v-his efforts to maintain the high standard of ' excellence and his reputation as a family V-; . fbutcher. Mr. Griffiths is a lar^e local viwbuyer of ' hidds tallow, horse hair, &c.

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
E. SMALL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

E. SMALL'. . ' ' ' Mr. Small, successor to ' the firm of Messrs Noakes and Small, family butcher of Argyle street, has in no way reason to j ? complain for the want of support accorded him by the Camden public,* since the head of the late firm, Mr. Noakes, left Camden. Mr. Small, being a practical tradesman, has by his experience and judgment pro „ vided such excellent provisions that his business success is assured. Mr. Small promises to lay before the Camden public for the Xmas season such a stock of the primest of butchers meat, &c., that has not Been equalled in Camden. .

Publication Title: Camden News
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District News. Burrangorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

District Mews.' , - - - Y'J' , f ^ ^ \ ^ s . Burragorang. ' ? - V ' ? « ' M , ? 7 ^ s } [From ouk own Correspondent. j, - It is with the deepest regret I have to .report the death of Mr. Morice Quigg third eldest son of our esteemed resident Mr.' John Quigg. Tho deceased young gentle man was only 20 years of age ; smart and . intelligent, and was 'a/'-great favourite-.-,withv;.k ' ' the whole of tho residents in Buiragorang. Dr. Morton and Dr. Bell p13.rforrnedr.awi critical operation on the deceased on l'-- Wednesday afternoon of last week for some ,,I.v;;...L^ trouble to his inside. Tbo funeraj took f place at the R. C. burial ground,on Thurs- '? J/Ll' \ day afternoon and there was a very large attendance of sympathisers, not les.s ' tlmriV \ ' 140 fiiends attended the funeral'. 'The '' - funeral arrangements wore most' 'ably -v ' conducted by Mr James Wi'liams of/The ; jj' ' Oaks. Great sympathy is expressed the parents of the deceased and liis';:t w o' 1 ~ aunts. - * ?' ' The Bu...

Publication Title: Camden News
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HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

HOTELS. I Mr. M. L. Hennessy of the Plough and Harrow Inn, has been busy of late making his purchases for the Xmas season, and we doubt not, but, that he will long retain the good reputation of purveying the best of everything. As the late writer ' An old Camden Boy' said, he would prefer not to drink the Nepean River water unless there was some of „ Hennessy's best ' added to it. Mr. Hennessy knows as a businessman that it pays best to sell the best. Mr. Hennessy is now making up his Xmas hampers at a reasonable price. : Mrs. French of the Commercial Hotel has only been a resident in Camden for a ifew short months, but, the public of Camden are not slow to appreciate the excellence of the goods offered by this lady, and as a consequence the -hotel is stamped as being one of the best in Australia. Mrs. French has also largely prepared for Christmas trade and we wish the lady every success in her efforts to keep up the reputation of a first class family hotel.

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Camden Quarterly Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

Oamden Quarterly Licensing Court. ( The Court sat on Wednesday last at the Camden ??? ??. ?iw C uivt house. Mr. J. K. Chisholm presided. Air. C. Furner was also on the bonch.. , An application was made by Mr. 'William McKee, ., f ir the granting of a publican's license for The 0-i!ch i Family Hotel, Mr. P. R. Cowper, .solicitor, ap- . . peared on behalf the applicant derpeaot Parker, on behalf of the police, in- \ ? / i'oj-med the bench that he hd!d inspected the build- k iugs and found everything in a vorv satisfactory ?: 'ig&ic-r condition, the buildings as constructed and com pleted was much superior to the plans originally ^ laid out: A -.boundary rence irom rna uaits roaa - ?' : extending back by aluuco in front of the hotel, and adjoining two allotmeats of land, the S'jrgeaut; suggested should be construntod ; this the applic-nib ^ promised -ah mild be effected at ouce. ^ fS|, The Bauch granted the application. The chairman stated that, tho granting: of a pro. visional...

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G. LANSLEY [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

^ ' - G. LANSLEY ILvsMr. Lansley, a practical tailor in our midst, has a just claim on our support for the excellence of the apparel made by him ^personally. His stock of cloths, tweeds, etc,, is a choice and unique one, and indeed most 'Worthy of inspection . There is certainly no . need to go to Sydney when we have such a capable tradesman located in our township

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

Narellan. ? ? PROMT OUR. OW CORRESPONDENT.! .The first ? business meeting of the 'Nnrelian Literary and Mutual Improvement Society was held on December 11th. The ?president Mv.'D. N«Jtt, J. P., occupied the schiiir «nd a sni'i.sfactory attendance was . fp/esent.. An interesting paper 011 'The ^.dfctuve of Australia,' and which is held over i'fv . a. subsequent issue, was read by Mr. tank Walker a discussion ensued in which. T. R. W&sson, Mr. .L Mitchell, Mr. G. Richard .son r.nd A. Walker took part. The '... 'Orisuyist kcvinp: replied Mr Mitchell proposed Jjjtf a vole 01 fchaiik(- to -!r. T. Walker for his jutei paper. and this was carried by „;] inccinmati.in. - , The Secretary ariaounced that by tho riext meeting full arrangemouts would be 1 ^completed 'in uoune-cdon with the -loading1 ^f1 - -librury. The' meeting then closod.

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

, - Gobbitty, fraOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ? ; Aliout five o'clock on Monday afternoon, a heavy windstorm from the south west did nfttch damage here, sheets of iron were blown off several houses, limbs of trees, and fruit treesvand the fruit suffered consider ably. It was the heaviest wind experienced ^ for many years. ' An old and respected resident of West wood Mr. James Rocks was buried at , : Cobbitty cemetery on Monday afternoon/ ? ? The deceased was 78 years of age. The ' ™ Rev G. H. Allnutt : officiated. Mr. J. D. Rankin ably conducted the funeral arrange ments. A tew day'sv ago Mr. John Jloltz of - l , Marshdale, Cobbitty, killed a large black --m: snake near six feet long on the farm ; on Cutting the snake. -open, he found, .to .his-'-'';-..-:!-.^!; surprise that there v?as a brown or lead 1 \ colored snake: inside the black snake about : throe ieet long. The brown snake, appeared J „ ( to have been swallowed tail first,

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

I;: . ' _ Correspondence. ? ? ' (To the Editor.) , Sir,— I . enclose-; . copy of. a defter from tho principal1 under srcietary Mr. 1 Critchet Walker in answer to one of several communications from the assistant secretary of the'Bimge'ly Progiess Association pro V testing against ,any portion of the mapped /-''?-.shire- of ^Bringelly .being included in the proposed' Municipality of Narellfvn and v ' ~ Cobbitty undtar the Municipality Act of 1867, which' 'would cause us to be taxed for our T-^, improvements'.' Pending the passing of th« 'v - Local Government Bill. I take the first » ; - -opportunity tnrougn your columns oi letting ''those interested know the result of the j( -''')rictddn of this much abuoed, but, liveassoei ' / ation.^ Trusting you will be able to allow ;,T;vv' -rue spac&'for this communication ^ ' ' Yours, &c., e ROBERT WATSON, i . - 'Secretary, IBringelly Progress Association. \ - 5^,'- ' .(../i ' ' ' r- ' r ''Chief Secretary's office, Sydney, l'^th ...

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

^ Menangle. * ' ' v ' (_Fjrow our own Correspondent 1 t{1.' A' cricket' match' bet wenn the smoking fi^dnon smoking members or' the Menangle C-.- was splayed on Saturday last and *g;.V '/ resulted in a win for the non-smokers by , tapoVi onirics nndf eighty four runs. The W.VV / juineipal Denver, 'for^the winners were .). f Hiu.ey 54, Jj. Sandoibpn 19, A. Jones 3rt, ; ,'aiid l.Joc Starr 11 ; and'' L -r the losers, T. x ytsk ' ''Quirk '11 not out and 2, James Hickey 7 n; ^ - faiid u, o. Joukev J9, 1. Jones senr., 18, and |/ P., Quirk 9^ and- 4. The bowling for the | * ^ruers was done by J. Hickey, A. Jones, k' ','Lr_ J, ? Sunde^-on, while P. Quirk, T. Quirk, ♦ / ( ^ an d W . -Shoe m?a k did similar duties ior the .Sosprs. , t '- ' -»-*' The usual quarterly meeting -&$ the I / ' i-.1 a ( M enan^le Amateur Dramatic Club was held ? ,* N ^in the hall on Friday last, but owing „to the i.f'A ' -- ^T-aiicity of the attendance ho business was - ' ^ ' 'transacted. , 1 ^ - ,

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

A. STUCKEY. Mr. Stuckey is not one of those business       men who knowing a good article, fails to     make his goods known. His stock of   boots and shoes, is extremely large, if not     the largest in Camden, and of the best   workmanship. This firm has also added to his already large stock for the Xmas season and the new year, and we can only repeat Mr. Stuckey's announcement, that 'Don't   forget when buying boots to call on A. Stuckey, of Argyle street. Why! Because he knows what goods are bad and what goods are the best.'    

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

-V:,. .LOCAL MOTES Xmas day and Boxing day being public ^ ' ' holidays The Camclcn News will be published ontke evening of Tuesday next. Advertise and letters to tbo Editor must reach ' - Oamden not later than mid-day on Tuesday. ? The ofi&ce will be closed during those two i , days. ^ The December n?imber ,of the u Eural ' - ' Australian ' is to hand, and as usual ,con : ? tains a vast amount of farm and dairy and orchard information. Mr. J. Doust, Oamden, is the successful tenderer for work required on road, Picton to Tho Oaks. -v , Several country municipalities have been granted a pound for pound subsidy by tho Government for the purpose of carrying on relief prior to Christmas . Four red-polled cattle, consisting of a bull and three heifers, for Mi . Osborne, of Bedbank, Jugiong, have been imported. There are very few of this breed of cattle in the colony. A man named Thomas Thompson, was | found in g on the road between Minto and Campbelltown on Thursday last in an uh ...

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E. GOODWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 19 December 1895

E. GOODWIN. Mr. E. Goodwin, the draper and outfitter, of Camden, is no less to the fore in his ex- cellent stock of drapery and general house- hold requirements. As will he seen by his advertisement, he announces the arrival of a splendid lot of goods suitable for Xmas, comprising all the latest novelties in drapery, which is saying a great deal ; nevertheless from an inspection of his well chosen purchases, the goods offered are not to be excelled in this district. All the goods offered are all new and most reliable, every article being marked with the price at which they may be purchased. We cordially invite an inspection of Mr. Goodwin's stock.

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Camden Police Court. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Camden Police Court. Saturday, June 8, 1895. Before Messrs 0. T. Whiteman and W. C. Furner, J's.P.) ? - John Bunker was charged, on the information, of his wife, Charlotte Bunker, with using threatening language towards her — to wit, threatening to kill her. Charlotte Bunker, being duly sworn, deposed : Defendant is my husband, and I reside with him' at Narellan ; on the 30th of May last my husband threatened to murder me ; I think he would do me harm and I am afraid of him ; he has starved me and my children ; he was at work before Queen's Birthday, ' but has not worked since ; he never gives me any money, but wastes it all in drink ; on Queen's Birthnight he pushed myself and my children out in the rain ; since then he got me down and tied my hands behind me, and after wards in front ; I am afraid of him, and have had to leave my house since taking out the summons ; I pray he may. be bound oyer to keep the peace, Cross-examined : He was drinking, and I bounced him, that is why lie...

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REPAYMENT OF LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Repavmknt of Loan. Aid. G. F. Furner on riaing to propose a a motion on the matter, said he was not.-: accurately aware' of the present finances ot ; , the Council, but thought that a portion of the loan should be repaid* He had intended to move that the sum of iJ200 b'e repaid, but in .order to husband the resources bf the Council, he moved that, the sum of i£ 1 50 bo paid on account . of the £1000 loan to Mr; - Cater, and that notice be given of thib iiatenr ; tion of the Council to this effeot. V ' ' Aid. Griffiths seconded. |A , / Carried. \\ It was carried that, the Mayor and Afd'er- , man C. T. Whiteman be empowered to |pay . the maintenance employees and night -soil ,.-r ... contractor, up to Tuesday night next. v Alderman Griffiths moved that being npar . . 10 o'clock, that an extension of time begivien . tothe deliberations of the Aider men. \ ?^.Carned..^; -/'f ^ i

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Misses' Circular Cloak. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Misses' Circular Cloak The above cloak has long been a favorite with both old and young, and this season it is particularly admired, with its jaunty circular cape-ooflars, of which either one, two, or three may be worn. The number of the pattern is 6514, and costs 1/5 posted. It may be obtained at Bennett's, 18 Sydney Arcade, King-street.1 In the Iilawarra dpstriot resides a man w'fto is the father of §1 children. He was married twice. Victoria haV beaten this record' by a long.way. A woinan in the sister colony recontiyjw|^MfeHL3l8t child^all living. life. WRnce have the that :'n all probability my life : at all events, it restored ' my health, iud life without health don't amount 'to much; I g5adly oonsent to che publication of this statement, and will answer inquiries. Yours truly (Signed), \Gk Vinok, 142, Shepherd's Bush Roah, London, WJ, November 30th, 1192.' Thus Mr. Vinca's unfortunate experience comes to happy end. Aslhe has to work for a living, like most of us, he isrito d...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Water Supply. Aid. Griffiths pointed out that, at the last meeting of the Council he intended to move a motion on this subject, but the lateness of* : the hour prevented him, and added that the letter from Mr. Bull, M P. had now re- . moved some of the dignities in his uiiiul, ' but not completely so ; the letter of Mr. Bull's was hot 'quite conclusive in the ? matter of elevation and in order to come to a more satisfactory conclusion on the water question, he moved, that, the Mayor and the mover and any other Alderman that like to ' accompany them, wait on the Member ot the Sdistrict and point out to him that the action of the Water and Sewerage Board in charging such an excessive rate for water makes it ijupossib^^ for Gamden to have a water supply, and ask him to arrange for a private int8rveiw with the Minister of Works on the question. The Mayor seconded the motion. Aid. G. F. Furner, considered it utterly useless to again approach the Minister for Works, that gentleman had alr...

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Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

' Osimden Town Lawn Tennis Club. A meeting of persons interested in the V formation of a lawn tennis club in con : nection with the town was held at the ' Crown Hotel last Friday evening, 7th June, when Mr. W. M. Hughes was voted to the chair It was unanimously decided, on the proposition of Mr. Devlin, to form a club, to be 'called 'The Camden Town Lawn Tennis Club.' Mr. A. J. Doust was elected Hon. ,/ Secretary and Mr. A. E. Devlin, Hon. Treasurer. Mr. J. Noakes (Mayor of the i ? town) was elected /patron, and Mr. F. Barter president. The \ following ^ice presidents were then elected : — Messrs W. M. Hughes, F. W. A. X?ownes, H. L. Maekellar, A. J. Bayley, and J. L. Maroney. k I^was resolved to purchase the neces f' sary material ds soon as : funds were avail able,- anil Messrs BijBfcer, Hughes, Devlin, Ban, v? pn-iSs.tfid.A'.o.a a committee ^ |*^^K^ctic;e and matchos. him ( they are ripe. I thi ^^^^^^^Kelady to try to please little girls you , HPV i think I must not make my lette...

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ROAD ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Road Roller. i 1 Aid. Reeves asked for information on this subject, /which bad been moved by hitn. . j v The Mayor then read the various estimates ! he had received. ! After some discussion, it was decided to advertise for a road roller, to see what rollers ' were available; price etc, and to obtain the opinion which class and weigrht of roller was most desirable for the Council. The ten dot' for metal and repairs to the Carrington road, near Sekold's bridge was ; tjien considered with closed doors. The teuder of Mr. Clissold to supply metal at 3} I Id per cubit yard was accepted. It was aftef eleven wheii the deliberations :cpded. ;/ '? ?i; \ ' -?

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Karelian. Mr. Wasson, blacksmith, &c„ is turning out some excellent work from his shop at Narellan. He has just had completed a very oomfurtable seat, and a long desk for the choir of St. Thomas' Church. They are - of Kauri pine, nicely varnished aad finished. The workmanship is very creditable to Mr. Wasson's assistant, Mr. John Stevens, who is fivorv inch a tradesman. i One of the most enterprising, residents of ? our township is certainly Mr. T? H. Wasson, who has established a good business in our midst. Mr. Wasson was always a pro gressive spirit, and besides taking an active interest in every movement that pertains to the advancement and well-being of the -« place, he holds intelligent views on all the ? economic questions of the day. Mr. E. Cross, storekeeper, is bur business representative at Narellan. He is authorised to receive monies on our behalf, and to - . take orders for the paper, and for advertis ' ments and job printing. Mr, Cross will have a few copies of ...

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