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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

:-T. ' Bayley's Milk & Food The cheapest and best r 1,b P^KCELS Is 6d

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Undef-the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King, of Itftly, att per coittiliimication nlrtae by the Mifljeter^oXxForeign Affair^ through the C'oi sul-Ge'nti-al, for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diplotna at the Amsterdam E'Jt hibitioii. 1RS 9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics oniversities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Estfact in the market, products of simple distillation* forming1 crude reolnous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which, is recognised by the, tiiedical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin';-., us per iiifrijTnar.ion forwarded to us through t.l i ft OoiWi'l at Melbourne, 2nd March, 18?8, we ta fte i ~:h \\ ' It iijftirwed by, tests made by the Medical Clinics of the ^nivjbrsi^ie.'vat Bonn and Gr'eifswald (Prussia), find 'epofted iDr. Shtilz, Profesrfor of Phaf macolifgy at Bonn, ami t'rofess...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

GIFT GROWN GIFT | PORTRAIT. STUDIOS. PORTRAIT. Send tis your photograph or tliat of any friend i tthose mtainory you cherish. We will Re-produce from it a yerv beautiful aind HIGHLY-FINISHED PERMANENT ENLAKGEMENT, equalling ot Bioii Steel*piate Engraving, in Mofrochromo, fox' «T5s. 6d. Skilfully finished hy otir owri artiste in black and whitej handsomely ihounted on an Indinn tinted plate-sunk znonntj ineasuring 20 x IB inches, and equalling in every way pictures now being supplied iii Sydney 'Zor £2 2s. eaob. Wears doing this as a means of advertisement, tod consider it AN ABSOLUTE GltfT. j for COUNTiTSf PATRONS, fra will a cad CAREFULLY PACKED and CARRIAGE PAIDM to tiny address in Australi^pr 53. 2d. j total 02. 8-£» '? Repeat ttom S. ifrflcmld. ? 'The uflHio' ofraydwy full Tfell ihe magiKudeyjW thitf JyiSiness, but for j the Coutijiry residents it is- ; ? - Uuheaifftmgly ai^samea^xthat tins ib ft weflr^^bliaped JiTwfreBpWisible Arm.'' ? . ™ ff lis. M.^omldr, 31-8-05.' ; 1 To M B...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Age by the Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

- Age by the Teeth. A A horse has 40 teeth — 24 double teeth or grinders, four tushes or single file teeth, and 12 front teeth, called gatherers. As a general thinu mares have no tushes. Be tween two a nd three years old the colt sheds bis four middle teeth, two above and two below. After three years old two other teeth are shed, one each side of those for merly changed he. now has eight colt's teeth and eight horse's teeth; when four years of age he. cuts four new teeth. At fiv^e years of age the horse sheds hia remain ing colt's teeth, four in number, when the ' tushes appear. At six years ' of ^ age- his tushes are up, appeatinjr white,' small and sharp, while, h small circle of ;youn£ growing ^teeth are observable. . At eight years of age --¥ - the teeth have billed up,- the, horse is nged, and- his ' mouth is said, to be full. . Rxvrql Australian. \ 1 . There is a-good joke just at present on a: well-known lawyer who is noted for his absent-mindedness. . He iwent to his office-...

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Photography Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

, Photography Extraordinary. y We are requested^to draw attention to an advertisement appearing in another column. It is well known that ?the proprietory of th« Crown Studios are -doing the largest photo graphic business .in 'the Southern Hemis phere. They v/ere success fuhin pleasing his Excellen-y Viscount Hampden and family with a series of photographs tajJHH^iedi ately after their ^arcival^^^^^^Hk^v Each of the/Sydney t er turned h e ull

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

...real, motive S^j^d) ' is to draw Jr 'K&' your attention ' The lo ' * . : 'Hampdefi.'''- ; -. f^kfU'% hottest . «Ja a

Publication Title: Camden News
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A Knock-out Blow [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

A Knock-out Blow He criticised her pudding and he found faillt with ? her cake, ' ? ? ? He wished sht'd make such buscuifc as his mother ; used to make ; ? ? ? . . ? She didn't was'i the dishes, and she(didn't make a; stew, Nor ever mend his stockings as bis mother (Used . to do. ' ' His mother had six children, .but 'by night, her work was done ; . His v/ife seemed drudging always, yet she onlyihad'« the one. ' ' His mother always was well dressed his/'wife ; would be-so, roo, ? , If only.she would manage as.his mother. used to do. ; Ah, well !.she was not. perfect,- though she tried to do her best, .-????-. ?„ Until pit length -ahe. thought her .time had come to have a rest ; -? So one day lie went the same -old rigmarole all: ? 'through, ? ?Sheturned and boxed .his ears just as hiB-mother .used to.do.

Publication Title: Camden News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

F A ? I : LIR^ARY FOR, -W™ TOONE ! HOW TO OBTAIN IT^iREE OF COST T' Sunlig-h^-.Boap ; ' ? OB, | . Life'brao|r Soap y WRAPPED COMPETITION. t ? BOOK PRIZES /DURING 1895 j Everyone wishing to posSsess copies of the BOOKS \ — Ss per liat — can obtain ithem by sendimr to Lever \ Bros., Ltd., 232 Claronie-streefc, Sv -iwy, SUN- V LIGHT or LIFEBUOY; SOAP WRAPPERS or \ COUPONS, asunder, and 4d in stamps to cover post- I. ageor carriage. With the ?wrappers or coupons euclose A ' full name and address— numbers of wrappers and- . \ \ the book or books required.. The top part of ? wrapper, including1 thp line ' ' SUNLIGHT or - ., LIFEBUOY SOAP'' will be accepted in lieu of tlia whole wrappers. I ? ,-? .* ? Half-cloth. ; and Paper Cardboard. Covers. oO, Sunlight Wrappers 1: Book, or 2 Books. 90 Sunlight Wrappers 2 Books or 4 Books. 13-5 Sunlight Wrappers'' 3 Books or G-JBooka. ' ^ 1'80 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books or 8 Books. V NOTli IMPORTANT. (Clergymen, Schoolmasters and Sunday-school Teachers m...

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The Dean Case. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

7 'The ^eaalpas8. ? A stands for arsenic sold aii Smith's store.' B for tli.e boats that run to*North Shore. 0 is'for priek, a smart M.L.A . D is foi^Dean, by vice led astray. . E for the evidence hearil in the case.. 1 F ; for the funeral, that cjidn't take place. G is for Gaol, and also for Green. H is for .Meydon, the council for Queen. I for the innocents, wronged and maligned J for the justice supposed to be blind. K stands for Keating, who crime can detect. L for the law, rich and poor must respect. : M is for Meagher, whose life has been, : marred. N .is for Norton, a witness on guard, 0 for O'Connor, who pleads in defence.. P for the prison, with cells dark and dense Q, for ,Q,ueen's pardon, both given and taken. R .'is for Reynolds, perhaps was mistaken. 7 S stands for Salomans, who -burst the bubble. T is for truth and also for trouble. U for the uproar against judge and 'gury! V for the variitj', cause of all fury. W for Windeyer and also for Want. X for expenses, afiord ...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Future of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

f The Future of Australia. 8 TBy Koylance.I subject I propose making a few re ^HHcs about is one of great importance to day colonials, for it is the present ?HR should be the great preparation time flHTthe future, and without a period of trial ^Hrd experiment almost no future will be a Success. Of course, some undertaking will Wbe a quicker success than others, but in the rend the long and patient — but always advancing, trying, must succeed. I am going to paint a picture of the future — as far asvl imagine it will be— of Australia. I may be too sanguine, but I believe Australia is especially adapted to become ,rNthe glorious home and nation which has jbtepn my model to diaw from. Time will not permit me to enter into an account of the ancient and modern dis coveries of Australia, for that at present is a vexed question — the foundation of the colonies, their remarkable advance, or the ?wonderous and enriching (to some) gold fields. All those things are members and items of the bygo...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

* 7 ? .Menangle. ?v-^rftojyrN'OUR own ^correspondent.^ The L'hrisunas holidays passed; off! wery d-quietjy' in this. village, -very few'amusements being i engaged' in, doubtless owing to -tho prolonged drought and 'tlie depressed -state -ot the times giving the' neaidents something more serious tn think of. \ A cricket match was pl^red 011 Boxing ©ay, between the Olontarf T3/Q. (Sydhey) -rand the Menaugle C. 0. resulting in an easy win for- the .locals by one innings and 88 ?;- -nins. For the winners Wefhenll 54, J. flickey 28 not out, /Sanderson .21, 33. . - Eii^glish 19, and J. -^iiirk 12, batted best, -while for the losers iNeaves CI, and Pierce d, ' -made the highest scores. For MenangJe JF;' Hickey took 10 wickets, 'WetherilJ '5, antij Sanderson and English 3 wickets each, A A sharp shower of rain fell -here Christinas afternoon, 23 points b|^H 'registered, and -thrfeatening weather^^H t prevailed bince, but up to one or two &MghtshoJj^^^^^H^^| downpour scaree but no ra...

Publication Title: Camden News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To cure Mange in Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

To cure Mange in Dogs. Mange is similar to itch in children. A parasite burrows in the skin. There are* many simple methods of cure, and the in quirer can select the most available from the following : Paint the roughened portion of the skin with tincture of iodine ; apply an ?ointment of sulphur and lard, with pine tar enough* to color brown ; apply kerosene sparingly with a stiff brush. Threejor four applications as many days, apart will cwre.. Wash with soapsuds ' before Mpplying and' wipe dry. : ? ? Humanity is . divided into pfiuTids, shillings, and pence. The pou^; rule, the - : shillings trade, and the pence labour. The unconsidered trifles are the farmings.

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Burragorang. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

. ?* - . Bturagorang. W:. Oo HRBSPdj^ENtl T:: tti7i-tGasui:e 31 haye to report that '.^thii// district has been blessed With good 'i'ain, 'on Sunday rain .fell .for peveral hours ?and -has-inuch benefited the growing .cirops. ^n.' the whole the niafze crop is looking vexceediu^lv well tin -all districts .of ' the ^valley.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

[?] yi«ir v^; , The year which has just Aosed will be a hiemcrrable one in this the^v^mden district for the severity of the drj/\ig&^ fortunately however, - without any^' serio^us financial disasters in otir midst The dairymen and agriculturalists of this district are born ?trom thati grand old stock, w*ho realizing ?difficulties, strive to stem tile tide by Ipersonal jind individual Work a^nd energy; Ik re do noc as a class meet difficulties half ? tray, but endeavoui\by manfully meeting ?the bad times lessen their dire effects. The ?esson oji tlie paSfc drought teaches its this important fact that we must take other and I inure important steps to provide for L 'eventualities in the future, notably in pro rvidiug more feed for cattle, more water, and ' 'shelter-. Our absolute duty is no apply the ^ lesson taught tia during tlie past nine or ten ^months, for it reminds us that .in the first instance we are simply but creatures of eir 'cumstan'fcos, and those who. possess for...

Publication Title: Camden News
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A Psalm of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

.'A Psalm of Life. Bt Long bellow. i'eli.hiei riot; in utournful numbers^' 'ii ife is but tin ertipliy dream !'. ^Bbfti iFor the son) is dead- that slumbers, And thiiigs arendt what they seen^^^H Life is real ! Life is earliest ! k Ajjd the grave i3 not its goal ; j^HHB ''Dust tli o(i cirt, to diist fet-itruestj'^^^H Was not spqkeu of the Soul. . jHB9| Not enjoyiiient, and not sorrdvv, |B^H la our destined end or way ; HH But to a tit; that eafcli to-morrow ^^B9 Fiud us farther than to-day., Art lond, and. Time hearts, Stil^l^^ni alHud 'it ad our '{eavti ttljcs sands of time ^^^^^HPthat per.'liaps another, life's solemn main, aud shipwre^lced'.urothet') ^^?Pg. shall take hea-rt ijgaiii, ???,.- theii, be iip and c^ing-j . ^^K\rith a heart for any fate-; . ? '. * '? ^ ^rtill achieving, still pursuing .-?'?y i B \Lear11 to labour and to wa;it. . ' vi' I. A ?',-?'?? I , ,' .''; / '..

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Camden Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

Camden Town Band. The Camden Town Band held anOthbr b.f4 their enjoyable socials on BoxiDg evening '' at the drill hall, there were over 50 couples' ? - attended, and the whole was a complete* 1 success. The result of the social will materially assist the funds of . the band. Mr. J. J. Curran. with his accustomed tact made the affair an excellent evenings amusement. The town band{ under the conductorsliip of Mr. H. Ansen, as usual ? supplied the music, and was relieved by Miss H. Thur'n who played extras on the piano, and Messrs Hopson and Derriman on the concertina and piano. Dancing was kept up with much avidity until midnight'. ^

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A New Industry. A REVOLUTION IN DAIRY FARMING [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

A ,1 Tew Industry: A .ftEVOLTJTIOIf IN DAIRY tfAttiMTlVO The farmers of ihe Continent of Europe use some 200,0 00 tons of oilcake annually for cattle .feeding, purposes, and in many parts; of England ; landlords allow their tenants 'one-half of the amount they ex pend in oilcake, owing to the rich manuring, which is imparted to the soil by the cattle so fed. The provision of this new cattle food —new to Australia — is a factor which gives promise of entirely reconstructing the dairy ing industry of this colony, Indped, .Mr- iLevor, of the firm of Messrs Lever Brothers, of Sunlight Soup fame, who last week turned the first sod, in.Balmain, Sydney, of What promises to become one of the great industries of the colonies, is so confident' of: the value of: oilcake as a butter fat producer: that heiexpresses the belief that 'had this particular class of food b.een available; this year the export of butter would not have suffered to any appreciable extent with the recent ? drought. . The d...

Publication Title: Camden News
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District News. Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

district News:. ^^7: Bringelly. J From ^ur own Oorresponident '| / The /weather ia still very -dry, -.and the . »henvy- .winds oontinuously blowing- do not. improve matters deal of fruit is Kb 1 own off the trees ; the vegetables are all ?Withering and unless we get rain very soon ?ihev .will die altogether-; the, corn seems to -Suffw^lflRS than tHfi ntllAr nvnr-a arirl ia /-'nm_ on pretty well notwithstanding want of ; moisture 1 I am giad to re^Dort -that our roads are Undergoing some necessary iinprovenients. Oii the Liverpool .road there is to be a new bridge erected at Bond's Flat, and the road .-raised a foot at that place.,; also a deviation to be made through Pearce's paddock near Piles' Blue metal is also being laid in . sevei'al places. ? In the matter of :the proposed municipality -of Narellan and Gobbitty, we are pleased -that.no further steps are to be taken by the iauthorities, and also that Bringeily is net to -be included in that' municipality. It would be a hard mat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

TOJLfiT- I] 110 LET — A £rat-class dairy or agricultural ^ - FARM, about 114 acres^ Cobbittgr Paddock, 'he Farm lias a frontage to traTiflver, qdti ia securely anced and eubdividad into padaocks^ the bulk of he land is cleared. For fuwnor ^^tioalara. xoat. io., apply .to ^ ? ^ „? ?Q. T. MITE MAN, ^ c] ff .Camden. 0 IMPOUNDED at Camden on i\\& 23rd day of it / December, from Cliisholm'^p^dock, by Mr. si \. ? Burdekin : — Chestnut -A\x,J like ri ] houlder. 2 years; 14£ hands M I^nj^-reteased wih p ie sold on the 16th day of Jjrnu#ry, 18.96 n -W. DUMK, 'Poundkeeper. p j OST — Oil, Friday afternoan, betwj^j^5lary.land ^ i.J. ;and Camden, a JjMd v(KUr pearls and 0 :oi'al. Keturu^to aK&jy$£he Camden Jews' Office. * J^S^t Cn the Supreme Courts $ ; . of Ne\v South Wales 1 }:x Probate Jurisdiction.') In the Will of James Socks, -p late of Westwood, in the .colony j ? q&t of New South Wajgs, farmer, ^ *-*.- .deceased. Jl yff jf t] V PPLldk.TION«t will bo fourteen i )-C...

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PLAIN COMMON SENSE DISCARDS [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

' PLAIN COMMON SENSE DISCARDS Those powerful drugs to overcome constipation and dyspepsia. Experience has - shown us that Wolfe' E. Schnapps- is an invaluable remedy. It, is gratifying to record that at the recGnt I annual examinations at the University of Sydney, Mr. W. E. Harris, eldest son of Mr. J. G. Harris of Camden, has most success l.o Uy passed his first year's examination (Faculty of Medicine.) In the class lists 'Mr. Harris has been exceedingly fortunate in obtaining honours in Physics in class 1, and also obtained honours in Chemistry. J The new track from Wentworth Falls to | Camden, a distance of some 25 miles or more, has been surveyed within seven miles ! of the Falls It crosses the valley of the: Cox; and goes through Burragorang. A Lord Brassey's father was a day labo^H and his mother £i Liverpool match^^H More honor to them. j Our many readers will regret to Mr. James Humphries, late of Cawc^^^^H at his residence at Oamperdown, on the 29th Ultimo, at the ripe old ...

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