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Municipal Rates [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

I . Municipal Bates I An interesting case concerning the re covery of municipal rates, was heard in the Liverpool Court last week. The Municipal „ Council of Cabramatta and Canley Vale sued one Patrick Sneedy for an amount due. for rates. Mr. Jkonson of Parramatta, ap peared for «4ie Council, and Mr. D'Arcy Irvine. of Liverpool, for the defendant. The rates cjaimed were, those due from 1891 to 1895. $fr..D'Arcy Irvine said that liia client would plead not indebted, but in timated that he had three legal objections to make. (The Bench, would, he said, see [on looking at the plaint, that his client was sued for airt-ears of r^tes extending as far hack as 1891 itfow the ' Municipaiijbies Act Amendment Act of 1892,' 55 Vic. No 33 was -passion. April 1st, 1892, and therefore ? ticcoi'dirig to the decision in ex parte Lu-as re the Borough Council of Paddington, the Court hadino jurisdiction inasmuch as that # 6 decided that in such a claim, actions for ?^-tes accrued due before the passin...

Publication Title: Camden News
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HH^heat here pur. through their first and handling of the fPIH|^^^HPI^^derixig great fun. to these horsewSmciers. A keen westerly wind was raging here at the beginning of the .week, felt bitterly by both man and beast, and bodes ill for the outlook of stock. The comparatively good r seasons of the past have encouraged many to overstock their grass runs, with the sad' ' result that cattle and horses will be almost starving before the end of the winter,

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Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Yeay's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Christmas Day, Bosfng Day and New ; . Speoial Sorvioea will be held at the various PlaceB , of Worship on Christmas Day. Details of thee© services will be found under the heading of ReHgious Services in this issue. On .Boxing Day will commence a series of sports and outdoor amusements. Westbrook athletic sports' oome to the front with a long1 and excellent pro gramme, which include a cricket match, a Sheffield handicap of £5, youths races, throwing at the wicket, &c. At 3 in the afternoon, there is to be a tea meeting, and at 7 o'clock & concert. A refresh ment stall will be provided on the ground. In Camden at the drill hall, the Town band will give another of their always enjoyable socials, (dancing at 8 p.m. Narellun will hold a pic-nic races on Boxing Day, there will be a flying handicap, a pony handicap, sawmill handicap of £i hacks races for bridles ete. On New 'Year's Day, Cobbitty once more comes to the front with their ever enjoyable a-nd well arranged athle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

rjl O W ^ BAND SOCIAL. The second of a series of Socials being held monthly in connection with the Camden Town Band will take place in the School of Art^ Camden, 1 on Thursday evening, 13th June, 1895. ' Ladies by invitation'; gentlemen 2s. Dancing - 8.30 till 12. J. J, CT)'RRAN, Hon. Seoretary. .- ;1' : TAWN TENNIS C L/U B. ' * » * : ' . / -'V All persons interested in the formation of a Town Lawn Tennis Club are requested to attend a meeting at Mr. Waterworth's Hotel/on Widay; !'; evening next, June 7th, at 8 o'clock./ W. M. HUGflKS, ? Hon. Sec., pro. tem. ?:'^'^'-VTOB- SALE» , ^ i FOR SALE.— -23 ao'rfe land./ £8 10s an acre A. J. Douat, Camden. M , V- , Eor ; Sale. - — 40 Farms from 20 to , 450' acresV i ? A. J, Doust, Camden. 4 , H E A P F Hi E ~3. Sugar Stacks, four shillings (4s) ptir one v horse load. I I \ ALFRED TAPLIN, I 'l , / f Brown low H i Il.yff ^ ( to let- : TO LET — Kouso and 20 acres land. 9.vv.'eelc^jj A. J. Doust, Camden. / ? M h— ? ? y — ©s. — «- — - — M TO LET ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

|i^ Weatbrook— Theresa Park— at 3?^PP|MHpPR!n8aeU Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rer'C. JTKiug On the following Saints' Days the AnteCom munion service will be held at 7-30 a.m :— - Dec. 26 — St Stephen Deo. 27— St John Deo. 28— Holy Innocents Christmas Day. /-T ' --'^'Cobbitty — at 11 a.m. Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, . ., Narellan — at 7.30 p.m, , Rev G. H. Allnutt. Collections for widows and orphans of the clergy. Sunday Karelian — at 11 a.m., Rev G. H. Alhract (H.C.) Cabramatta — at 3 p.m, Mr. J. D. Ward Cobbitty —at 7 30 p.m., Rev (J. H. AHnutt v . , Wesleyan. Christinas Services. Glenmore — at 11 a.m, .Rev W. Wall Cawdor — at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall ivi _ Camden— at 7.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Roman Catholic- ,\:: Camden— Christaias Day, Muss 9 and 11 a.m- Sunday. Oaks— Mass at 9 a.m. v . Burragorang—Maus at 9 and 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

' SPo siaai to iteasbn at Oaklan&s* The Oaks, 5ntU COACHING STALLIOW, , ; ? H E R 0, /. * Sire Perfectioh (imp) ; dam, Helens by Stafford P (imp.) by Rita by Figaro ; Stafford by Koh-i-noor, diiin Lady Sale by Muley Muloch, out of Miss Clifton b . Pari i80n out of Isis by Sir Peter ; Koh-i-noor by The Libel, out of Mist) Kitty Cockle by Cadlund out ] of Maid of Mansfield by Filho da Puta; The ( -Libel by Pantaloon, out of Pasquinade (sister to i Touchstone); Figaro by Gil Bias (imp.), out of ! Flora Mclvor, dam of Cossack Zoe, &e., by Rous :,h [Emigrant (imp), out of Cornelia by Grass-hopper, 1 out of Mauto (imp), Terms £2 guineas * 1 Good paddocks provided, every care taken, but no responsibility incurred. AU mares, to bo paid for and removed by 1st 1 January, 1896. I \ To stand at. HENNESSY'S HOTEL, CAMDEN, . and to travel Campbelltown, . Menangle, ' ? ,/ Picton and all other districts throughout the Camden electorate, THIS TROTTING STALLION. YO MI E, YORKIE is by ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

on at hisC&mden Office HHHiwe received a letter from a cpJv ^?Bndent headed ' Sweating on road con-1 The' communication is of two pro-,, a character ior these columns. Thompson, Dentist, 139 Elizabeth ^^Kear Market St., Sydney. Teeth ex ^H?ed under gas, chloroform, etc, etc, * Jr, Complaints have been received as to the dangerous condition of the road known as Truck flange, off The Oaks road. Unless something is done to alter the present state of the road some serious accident will as suredly occur. ? Messrs William Inglis and .Son's, Sydney, report the following prices for farm and dairy produce : — Oaten Hay* per cwt, 5s 6d to 6s 6d. Prime Oaten Chaff, 4s Od to 4s 6d. Lucerne Hay, 2s 6d to 3s 2d ; Maize, per bushel, 3s 2d to 3s 3d, Sucking Pigs, 3s 9d to 7s 6d. Turkeys, 5s to 20s 6d. Geese, 4s 3d to 7s 6d. Ducks, 3s 3d to 6a 2d. Fowls, 2s Id to 4s 9d. Factory Butter, Is to Is Id. Dairy Butter, 10£d to 1 l£d. Pastry Butter, 9-1 to 9Jd, Eggs, lOd to Is. Bacon, 4*d to 7d. The...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

forthcoming $jQgagements. ?' . 1 t. v'/- . . - . ; Auction Sales :— Of hqree?, cattle, pigs, produce, etci, every Tuesday, from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yardg, Camden. \ .Government Land Sales :^a|\Picton December 30 . Fancy Fair : — In aid of the Carringfcoii Convalescent - 1 Vi' Hospital 4 days, 23rd to ^th January Quarterly Licensing Court iVrV^t Camden, Satur day iSth January at H a,m,5&nd atjCampbell town on the same date. School of Aets, Committbji Mbbtentg 2nd Tuesday in each month. Letting library branch, Tuesday and Friday evenings frem .7 to 8, and on Thursdays from 3 tq?4 p.m. Camden. A. H. and I. Society :~r$0l Committee meeting at School of Arts, Tneiday January : ? ? ' 14. .. , \ ' ; Cobbitty Athletic Sports Tea meeting, Concert and Bazaar, New Year's Day . Westbrook Tea Meeting: — Sports and concert, Boxing Day December 26 k Cobbitty Races- — on New Year'* Day Quarter Sessions, and District Cpurts -will be held at Campbelltown on the 20th February,. 2...

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The Beverley-Leslie Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

The Beverley-Leslie Company. Pursuant of anuounccment in the city daily Press this Musical Comedy Company is now making an extended tour of the southern provinces of New South Wales. Camden is the first town that they struck, the troupe arriving here on Wednesday with its retinue ef vehicles. The entertainments given by this company are described by the Press as being of a refined and recherche character, which assertion is emphasised by the unbounded success that bas been achieved during a four years tour in ! the Australias. Mr and Mrs Frank Beverley are I well known to the theatrical world, and the same remark applies to Mr Leslie and every individual artiste whose name appears on the bills. The com pany will play in the School of Arts to-morrow (Friday), and Saturday evenings, and we feel sure that they will receive the support which a talented and respectable combination, deserves.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Items of Interest Cod liver oil should niivav* ' e » nk«'n nf ter I A meal. Its nausevnis taut*1 ntn v b* /'by^p'ourinjr it oh a liul* hot mfW, und ' drinking all down to^«*tiif-r i ^ ; ' To clean black ribbon, dip th«-. a'ticW in ? cold tea, wring t fietirV. vyoM, or Kqiippz* them as the case may he. Iron over « smooth Cloth on the wronir side. Umbrellas when wet should not. he open ed out to dry, as the stretches are apt to dry in the bent- form, giving an unsightly topperance when closed. They should be left to drain'arid then gently wiped. The' Duchess of York has given birth to a son. Thei Victorian Legislative Council has negatived the bill to abolish plural voting, and grunting the suffrage to women. In London, a lew days ago, a man named William Qadman, who was sliown to have married aeven;womah and had 23 chil dren bt-rn to him, 'tras sentenced to seven years' penal servitude The final, series of this year's London colonial wool saies have closed the prices obtained being t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

? y.t . ;tting id not j rveyor I s and Alder ort be on was it the ? ? ? „ teer be obtained to make a survey and take levels. I Alderman Cleveland seconded the pro position. / L The motio n was ruled out of order II Works Committee's report re German's - Road, recommending sum of £50 be voted \ for purpose of obtaining metal for roadway between the main South Road and T Scott's house ; and also that the maintenance man be sent on road from P Fuch's gateway to Mrs Fuch's, Senr j / This report was adopted on the motion of ?f Alderman Cleveland and Griffiths. - V Works Committee's report re Elderslie J Road, recommending that Chapman's con tract for clearing be passed as completed. The Committee recommended that £30 on maintenance metal be expended on above road from Mr Herzog's to Mr Thurn's gate, I Committee having inspected metal supplied by C Clissold, recommended, that the con tractor be allowed to break it. 3 Alderman Reeves proposed, Alderman W Fumer seconded, that this report be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Mr- Duane, of Auckland We sliarfl prlntrhe whole of Mr. Isaac Dnane^s letter, only res- retting that it. is not longer.- He1 might have mentioned that June, the mouth in which he wrote, is the coldest nn- nth in the year in his country, and January the hottest. He might have also reminded us that. New Zealand is almost as large as Great Britain, with a much in ore desirable climate. He might further have said that it is a wholesome place to live in, as it con tains few physical sources of disease^ and possesses no insect so noxious as the English wasp. Yet on reading his letter we shall hnd that those at tractive islands in the far Southern sea are not: free from an enemy we are called upon to fight here in England, as elsew here throughout the world. 'I have much pleasure in writing 3rou,' says Mr. Duane, ' as to me it is a privilege as well as a duty to describe ah experience in which I am confident you will be interested. , 'Ever since I was a boy I not only suffered f om indiges...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

IN THE SUPREME COURT OP NEW SOUTH WALES. , Probate Juriedioation. _ In the Estate of Isabella Cambpell, latie of Cobhitty, in the colony of New SouJ^i Wales, married woman, deceased intestate. -!*? -r?' //? Application will be made (aftey/fou^teen~aayfl from the publication hereof that ^m^istration of the Estate of the above-nampd deceased may he granted to Hugh Campbell, of CobDitty,'xE4a«kflmith, the husband of the said deceased'! FREDERIC ROBISON COWPER; . Proctor for Applicant, 19 Port Office Chambers, Pitt Street, Sydney. 11 .J . ? . - ? . . ' T' — ' ?'???? ' A LIBRARY FOR EVERYONE! HOW TO OBTAIN IT FREE OF COST. Sunlight Soap Lifebuoy Soap WRAPPER COMPETITION. BOOK PRIZES DURING 1895. Everyone wishing to possess copies of -the BOOKS — as per list — can obtain them by sending to Lever Bros., Ltd., 232 Clarence-street, Sydney, SUN LIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP WRAPPERS, or COUPONS, as . wider, and 4d in stamps to cover post age or carriage.. With the wrappers or coupons enolose full na...

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How to make "Lollies" at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

How to make 'Lollies' at Home. . By Mbs. BautIiEy Jbpb'. Ihere are many kinds of lollies which are very easy to make at home, and are very much nicer in every way than bought ones. The recipss I am giving you this week are very simple and easy to make, and, as the picnic is near, the young folk j may take speoial interest in them. ! 'Ever ton Toffee.' — For this you want one pound of loaf sugar or snowdrop, | Id. of good butter, 1 small teacup of water, and a few drops of essence of lembiL Pni-. aU into a very clean pan and very l deep — as the toffee must^, boil, very fast for twenty minutes, and if the pan is not'deeo it will boil over the stove — add the lemon just adMjflg^^one after you take it off the fire; when minutes, begin to try it by droppm^\e,^HHB into a cap of cold water ; if it snaps^jJHH*} done. It. should be a beautiful golden t\v'^H^Ku done. Well; butter a tin dish or platlJMHbur your toffee into this : when cold it will 1MR to break into squares. ' French Jellies a...

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

Cricket. An exciting game of cricket was played on Saturday Week, on the Camden cricket ground between Cawdor and Camden. . The latter won by fgur runs. Scores: — Camden First Inningy —Hopson, run out 11: Peters, b English 0 : Dowle, c Barter b English 7 ; King, run, out 0 Devlin, c English b Dowle 3; Russell, c Dpyrle b; English 10 ; Fareudon, b Dowle ; 0 ; B'ugden, c Dunk b English 1 ; Moore, b English 0 : McEwan, not out 0 ; Harris, o Dowle b English 2- Total 34. Second Innings.— King, b English 5 ; Moove, b' English 9 ; Harris, c l ; Farendon, b W. Dowle 0 ; 'IjttfcEwan, e English 3 ; Devlin, b Hunter 17 : Hopson, l.b.w. i 1 ; Russell^c 20 ; Bugdeti. not out 3 ; Dowle, c Barter b Hunter 0 ;~Petore, .lyjtuiiter 0. Byes '2. Total. 71. : ' Cawdor.— Hunter, c McEwan b Hopam 2; Kelloway, h.o.w. 5; W, Dowle, c Fat-indon b Hopson 4 ; Dunk, run out-' 7 ; F. Dowle, c Moore b ?farendon 1 ; English, b Farendon 2 ; Wheeler, b Hopson 0; Barter, ? b/ Hopson 0; Crick, e McEwan b Hopson Q;: Don...

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Camden Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

- damden Publio School. ' The presentation of prizes for last half year's work in connection with the above school took place immediately before the closing for the Christmas vocation ; op Friday afternoon last iri the presence of ?.several: parents and other friends of the scholars. The prizes were distributed by the Rev C. J. King, who; before presenting them, spoke a few pithy words of encourage ment and advice to the children, as also did; the Eev , W. Wall just before the close of 'the proceedings which terminated with cheers from the youngsters for the visiting clergymen and friends, and the teachers. It was mentioned the contest for the prizes lad been very keen, the winners being in -every case only one or two marks per cent in advance of their rivals. The following is the prize list:— dux 1 -of ; school, R. Harris; fourth class, M. Nethery 1, Ethel Young 2, 0. Parker, prox. , ace. Lower 4th class:—!'. Young 1, c. Kemp % F. Hirides prox aco:. Upper 3rd class: — -Charles Kemp...

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Liverpool Licensing Court. SATURDAY, JUNE 8th. (Before Measrs Edwards M.P. and Johnson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Liverpool Licensing Court. Saturday, June 8th. (Before Messrs Edwards M.P. and Johnson, J.P.) Mr . D'Arcy Irvine appeared on behalf Mr. C. Marsden in support of an application for a re - newal of a license for the Woolpack Inn. After some discussion, the renewal was granted.   The local option vote is against any new licenses. The Daily Telegraph says: — Sir Henry i Parkes wanders in and out of the chamber, g&afing about his position, openly supporting Hlbu^ide, and that Mr. Copeland appears | ^^HB^^^raember who treats the dis one thing he says he ^ the in JNHW, Peters, G G Cirsoid and Lakeman, Watson and A Clissold. In a court case heard in Sydney a few days ago evidence was given to shov' that the wife o? k bookmaker had been allowed £12 per week for household, expenses. This was ex clusive of rent, whicli her husband paid, as well as occasionally furnishing her with cost-, i y dresses.' The lady was not quite able io make ends meet, however, and her husband, ...

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ALBERT CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 24 December 1895

Albert Cricket Club.   The annual meeting of the above club was held at the School of Arts on Friday   evening, the 13th instant. There was a   good attendance of members present. Ald. E. G. Griffiths was voted to the chair. The annual report and balance sheet was read to the meeting and adopted on the motion of Mr. Peat, seconded by Mr.W. Peters. The election of officers resulted as follows : Patrons, Messrs C. Bull, M.P. and John Kidd, J.P. President, Alderman E. G. Griffiths. Vice-Presidents, Messrs G. Young, G. Furner and M. Hennessy. H. Crisp and W. Stuckey. Joint Hon. Secs. Treasurer, Mr. W. Peters. Selection com- mittee, Messrs W. Peters, J. Peat, W. Stuckey. The chairman in thanking the   members for electing him as their president, complimented them on their pluck in fight-   ing against the difficulties that they had to contend with and wished them a more prosperous season than their last one. A vote of thank...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

'She W-.»re a Wreath of Tlo-es,' a 'well known soii-* was nold l-y 'he oomposer for | £'2 10s '} -bo- wlien the copyright came to be j s(.ld it fet- lied ^'jOO, i ' Holrtswerth. Mhcphcrson ar.d Toy, SyduejT, foi* ;Ploii-'lls eml Agricultural Machinery.* ? ' . Th.' ninHteeiiih oeiiiu'y does not end at nndnijiht, 1 ?-- U 9 ; it ends »t midnijfht on 1900. That Isj if 3'-'U count a hundred voii dun';: end at 119, yon -must t;ount 10ft. The' .twentieth centniy hetiins on danuary 1st,' 1901, ami at the erid of Sliat yeafit will be a, year old. ' ,

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The Razorback Range. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

Th« Eazorbaois Range. FBy J, B/M T This ridge which limits our horizon on the south, afid whose crest foruoa the boundary | between the police districts of Camden and !Picton, has been the scene of many incidents which at the time Were of grave importance, ?'but, in. the progress of colonisation have olmnjt naacorl intn nKlitfinn Tho whnlfl nf the, range from Douglas Park to The Oaks, until a few years ago, belonged to the clias called Church and School lands, which used to be managed by the Church and School Corporation, which had its head quarters in Macquario place. Sydney ; the late Sir Charles Cowper bein^ its first chief clerk. A tenth of all the lands within the then limitied bounds of the colony was removed from the control of the Crown and. vested in the. Corporation, The land was chosen In large blocks, fairly distribufed throughout the colony ; they could not be gold, but were let on lease for 21 years, at a progressive rent, increasing at the end ot 7 and 14 years, The r...

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