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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

LOCAL- MOTES We thank our readers for their hearty ^support to the local newspaper, The Camden ?Ntws, and we wish ail a Happy and Prosperous New Yen r. It is gratifying; to report that during 'the whole of the Christinas week there were' no case to be tried at the Camden Police Court. . ' Mr. F. R. -Cowper, Solicitor, can he consultedprotessiohally at his Camden Office every Saturday.*' The next meeting of the . Council of Camden will be held on Wednesday even ing next. . . Excellent and enjoyable horse and pony ? races were, held on New Year's Day at Gobbitty in Glissold's paddock. / There was a good attendance. Full ' report in our next issue. Mr. Russell the Government Astronomer predicts; weather tine and hot;, some . thunderstorms probable with short-lived southerly winds. ' \. ; . There were no horned cattle offered at the Camden sales on Monday by Mr. R. H. Inglis. Store pigs sold from 4/- to 5/6. ?? ??? - Wm. Thompson, Dentist, 139 Elizabeth St., ne&r Market St., Syd...

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

Wanted Known That we Are buyers of Unlimited -quantifies of WATTLE BARK ill bundles or chopped} fjreea or . dry , Wo are also buyers of hides , in any quant ity. All Goods sent to ua will meet witK prorapi settlement. 7 MARSH B]U)S: . . , Clyde Titnucry, /Granville. , , 'THE ONIVERSAL PERllST \ Most rrirMhliiii|^^Mfc ' ? 'M Most lasting* - ^r'M Moot popular, - 'II Most lor ' fe| ' 'Hi * fh§ §|||j More jJmL InY! t nHn fflUHHI iiiiii 0RBI . FL1|hBHBH Afikyour Bewars ofCounterfcfl^H^^^^^^H^^B W7NYAP.D May be consj^^^^H ^^Hon's, HU . ARTIFICIA^^H^^H^Pon the latest y TEETH &c. Satisfaction guaranteed* . H^HEr MODERATE. TIME. ' ''z ' great OF PAIN. ^ CQ . rH -D cq ?$ &-«/ *H Ujl © a ^?r 0 05 fj -%&$ nl p3 ^ ^mti. & ~ Jg ?i jkwellirr, opt [CI an. ^?BARGY L ii AT R 1ST, CA M DEN. fiira Tipjltlv. and promptly exerutud. ^BlBSOOT i .E^Y'GUARANTKKS TO SELB^ CHEAPER THAN SYDNEY HOUSES.-/ J Trice List: ^ Rothorlxam Silver English Lever --'^^fljjA^ ® illflimiTlli ? ...

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[?]brook Annual Picnic Sports [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

Wil'-tbrook Annual Pionio Sports: ?ports took place at Westbrook on ay, in a paddock kind \y lent by. ge Wheeler, there was certainly a ^e concourse of people of the Li all seemed to enjoy themselvHS. ^was not so oppressively hot as on Kay, whi h added much to the I In addition to jet etc, there was afternoon, and a^ ished up a nj^visfc v Mr. Kjhg and i most assiduous isitors, and much i, Mrs liunk, Mrs seler, the Misses Mrs Rtofe-, Miss , , who took charge t'ollovying js the- - :i Handicap, of .So, prizo.£3 10, .second . Entrance 2s,' uc 1.--. 2 it. ; 1 ? ; v2V ? : : L'ds 1 ? 2 . , / ; 1 ? ...2 rst Heat. ? / & - V.:- i n T. ,*E. R. Jenkins»H^H^B . , 2 ( \ T. ^ T. Funnell, First Post entrance E. Stevens L Jenkins C. Jenkins ' 3rd Event— Open Handicap. 100 £1, second prize los.. Post W. Campbell, 8 yards ' . J. 'Kelso, 18 yards 4th Event — -Throwing at - Wicket. 1 given by Mr. C. T. Whitemaa. - W. Rofe Throwing at Wicket— Prize a Teapot, W. Whiteinan.! : Throwing at Wickefc;-...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

BELIGIOUS SEEVIOES. , if - Chtiroli of England. ?Camden— at 11 a.m., Rev 0. J. King. Westbrook — at 11 a.m, Rev H. A. Dempster Werombi— -at 3.30 p.m. Rev H A Depmster Theresa Park — at 3 30jp.m, -Mr F W A Downes J^Ienangle — at 3.30 Rev 0. J. King Moteton Park— at 7 p.m, Rev C. King Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev H A Dempster Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Rev W Wall Cstmden— at 7 30 p.m, Mr. G. Smart Cawdor— at 2.30 Mr. J E^Moore ? ? ? Glenmore — at 11 a tn, 'Mr. J. Bensley '' Glenmore— at 730 p.m, Rev W Wall, and a Coven ant service. Westbrook — at 2 30 p.m. Rev W. Wall Picton— at 3 p.m. Mr; P. Whiteman Campbelltown— at 3 p m, Rev J. Ashmead .... , v Primitive. Camden — at 11 a.m, Rev R. Mowbray Camden— at 7.30'p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Bob's Range — at 3 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray Minto— -at 7.30 p.m., Rev J. Ashmead Bringelly at 11 a.m, Mr. H. Doust :

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

?( Henry, I've swallowed Ishand. ( t aking; one from r mind, here s .another.' Statistician, of N.S.W., ^^^^HHJ^Hj^^Hpulatioii of New South persou 1-nd^H Ii is t ' rlfiated Land Income '' Look in the his eyes until to her ' you dare, that you mar},i4||Mre money.' ' It must have been your mol^^^^H he faltered. She : ' Have you ever loved another. He: ' Yes, of course. Did you thi/nk practice on a nice girl like yj-u ?' /' A boy walked into a merchant'^ office the ^ other day in search of a situation. After being put through a catechism by the merchant he was asked — [ 'Well, my la4 and what is ^0ur motto ?' u Same asyjpif, sii- he rejilied ; same as you have oiMlBur door, 'Push;,' ' He was engaged.

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

—THE— n^amden News, which is incorporated the CAMDEN TIMES) PUBLISHED ' EVERY THURSDAY. , v Circulating extensively throughout the Electorate . : ^ of Camden, which is undoubtedly one of the most important and prosperous centres in New k South Wales. Ihe CAMDEN NEWS is the # ^ chief advertising medium, aud for giving publicity- it has no equal whatever. - Subscription, 2s per quarter ; or 8s per annum, t paid in advance. Sixpence per quarter extra if w-jcrwht be given. Single copies 2d. - ' New subscribers will be received at any time, and charged only from the date which -they commence. Subscribers can discontinue their f inscription at any time by giving notice in writing / the office and paying the amount that may be [le to the date of discontinuance. . 'Ik ' ~ ; . ADVERTISING: — ? ' ' '? ? . Advertisements aro charged at the following ? ? rate per insertion :—6d per. line up to five lines ; v one inch,: 3s; .every additional inch, 2s ;; witH( a &;i ' ;reVlutaioii of one-...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

. Camden Postal Information, 'Arrivals FROM: Brownlow Hill— 11.30 a.m. daily _ -'TheOaks — 11.30 a. in, daily ' Mount Hunter— Noon daily' ' Liverpool — 7.25 'p.m, Mondays -to- Fridays, on Saturdays at. 7.52 p in. .Narellan—li.3o a.1fi (raily and i7;25 p.m from Mon- v days to' Fi'id.iysii on Saturdays ut 7.52 p.m Campbelltown' — ditto . ditto /Granville— , 'ditto , ditto Sydney — ditto „ ditto Mails ' close toe : _ Brownlow Hill — Noon daily - M The Oaks — Noon daily Mount Hunter — 12. SO p.m daily Liverpool — 8.35 a. m daily : ' , . ' - , ; : ? Narellan— 8.35 a m, and 2.20 p.m daily Campbelltown— 8.35 a.m, and 2 20 p.m daily Granville — 8-35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Sydney — S.35 li. m, and 5,50 p;rn daily-. . - Cawdor — Monday, .Wednesday and Friday at. 12.15 p.m. . T.P.O. South— 5.50 p.m daily. (Sunday's ex cepted!). '' Letters posted in Camden before'8 30.a'm,.- are delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney. (Sunday excepted) English mail' made up every Monday, at 8 30;am One pen...

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

BOOKS' WE READ. One ;ot' the a most 'vMlil-iblrt -littiC ptil)1ications, illustrated and bristling with interesting1 and instructive matter, has been recently published by Messrs. H II. Warner -8 i'o.. .Melbourne. The; first edition Avas a very-large one: and1 no doubt its circulation will be several .-hundred thousand. The title. ' Vge, Youth. Beauty, aiid Devotion,' is ex ceedingly apropos, tor it treats or an interesting subject Some books, aro written to please our passing fancy for humor ; others for the student of the worhis's event;- others its instructors ill political economy ; but this book treats of health, and tells how to obtain the inaxinmm decree of VV'alth at a minimum eost. Mr^ AV. A . Lawson; Biook-Ueeper to the well-Unown/flnn of .tones St Co , Km it Bay, Tasuianiaj^wiitp : ' After -reading the -bi/-ok published by M)^sr.^\'amer & Co. (which is -obtiv-inable by a request Jfn postal-card), l' Was induced^, to giye .-Warugr's jfit'e (Sure a trial. .About nin...

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Forthcoming Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 2 January 1896

Forthcoming Engagements? : . Auction Sales :—rOf horses, cattle, pigs, produce, etc., every Tuesday; from 2 p.m., at Mr. R, H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden; -? Fancy iFair t-r^In aid of the Carringtou Convalescent Hosp'ital 4 days, 23rd to 27th' January' Quarterly Licensing Court At Camden, Satur day I8th January at l i a.m. ,,and at Campbell town on the same date. ' . School of AetS, Committee Meeting .—2nd - Tuesday in each month. Lending library branch, Tuesday, and . Friday evenings from 7 to 8, aud on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Camden A. H. and I. Society 2nd Committee . meeting at School of Arts, Tuesday ???'J'auuaVy i 14.. v . Quarter Sessions, aud District -Courts: — will be i held at Campbelltown on the 20th February, 20th May, and 27th October 1896. ' ' . ' i vCam den Cricket, Club 'Engagements. I January ill Cawdor at Cawdor „ ? I 25 Camden* Park at Camden ; , : ' | ,,. 26 Emeriti (Syduey) at G'ainden ? . February 1 Narel lan at Camden j, 8 Oaks at Camden „ Nabkllan C C fix...

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

T. M. BUS WOK i H, TEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN & SITING, ? ? Visits Camden weekly, ? Agent and Piano Tune* for W. H. Poling a'ntf Co. AddToss, care of Mrs New, Haafel1 Villas Sill ;j8treet,C'a'iiideii. - . . ^ M hMcWtfdothm? ilivillaiM 'ijcic. „ 4tJawk Oil y amcpMMi^achawijtMMl* SEWING ? ' # ? * © © MACHINES . NO CHEAP ADVERTISED' &0EBISH. O \V. 1\(JW LET & CO.. S Royal AroarlW 0-« ? is novv a Household Name in Sydney, ;N ? c'oiYimissi'on itj ci'uvaWBfjr;,- our custotnera1 y«np thp Vn' fit. Best Ysiitte in Australia. At !easr 4f-, n/o s» v^rtr?. JiTevy £10' 10s. v- DIFFERENT 3UKflitf. for X6 10 . ; ; ju^.isiohi.its, uii- i:3' 10s» Second* . ?! in*}- ^Ia'lsi- tut, %\)f~ upwaids. 'Writtoa ? ' ?- .G-.Aranto0 .f?iVP»Vv- ? ' Wriio t I'fn sr^tfnsr ynnr rtquiremeiifo, and' * v.-u *n i ii«i d om i-r lvplf.-. Universal vA' v '*: ? ?? ' 1 ? ,? ? ; Providers, ? ? »- ? ? ? ? ? V We offer & maximum of SOLID SATISFACTION for a MINIMUM OF COSft , We SELL EVfcBY®B&a...

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The world runs away from us. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

The world runs away frorims. The other day we had a talk with a man who knew as little of the world around him as a baby. Yet ho was a man of naturally fine intelligence. He had just been relieved from prison. ' Ten ye-irs ago he was incarcerated under a life sentence. Recently, however, circumstances had arisen which proved his innocence, and he obtained his freedom. But nothing seemed as before. He hail been stationary while the world moved on. M^uy of his old friends were dead, and all were charged. A big slice or Jus career was lost, ana worse than lost. Could he ever, make it up ? No, never, besides, although he had committed no offence, the mere fact that he had b^en convicted of one, would always place him at a disadvantage. Different as it is ia all outward conditions long illness produces results which resembles those of enforced solitude. When confined to our homes by disease we are virtually out of the world. Friends may, and do pity lis ; but they do not lie down by our ...

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A Dead Dog's Power. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

A Dead Dog's Power. , 1 A Worcester boy wass,en^aged in nocture , cherry stealing a short timn ayo, «'ud was observd by the owner of the fruit, who unnoticed by the young robber, placed a large stuffed dog do,wu nt the f--ot of . the tree, and retired to watch the ie*ult of liin' strategy. The boy about dt-pcending, ob !-erved the doe, a«d then tlie ftm commenced. iJe whistled, c-'axed, threatened nnuvailahly, the animal never moving; and finally, tt-e youth accepting the inevitable, settled down to passing the night, in the tree After --om« hours had passed, wenrj' enough t« the lad. morning dawned, ,-nd the proprietor of the tree, coming fro'n tlie hou'-e, asked how he came t.o be in the tree, to which the buy answered that he came to it to sav«' hini.'ell from the dog, who had chased liim quite a distance. It is'nt safe for u smaller hoy to sav, l,stuffed dos»'' to that youth ubw Springfield Republican.

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The Hot Wave [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

; ..f The Hot Wave- , 4 ' ;K, .*bjout tltis season of the year look out for the hot waye.;^ Every not and thou one sweeps over , the (Qoutttry,-. blistering the face of nature with its scorching breath . It turns the fields of living green into shabby patches of dirty brown., dries up the rippling rills, and drains the life and vigour from all animate objects. . How tedious and uncomfortable the long hot days are. The cafcrle cease browsing and seek the stream, where, half immersed in the cool water, they meekly chow theif cuxl ; thv, houso-doif lies wfcrefcohed and panting in^he bhade, and permits the dusty tramp . ,to approach, the door unheralded; the birds hasii: their song aud hide in the deep recesses of the woods. ? ' Tlioy are fortunate beings, for they may indulge in tin? rest and quiet which n iture craves. It is tho human beings who suffer most at these periods of unnatural depression. The system revolts at physical activity aud demands a^rep afe, but the daily griud must...

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Cobbitty Annual Picnic Races and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

Cobbitty Annual Pionio ftabes arid Ball. These races were hel-'l in tho paddocks of. Mr. Olis^old, of Cobbitty, on New Year's Day These races h-iVe now been held five years, and each year gaining favor with th public. J'here was a large gathering of ladies and gent emen of the surrounding districts. The whole of the races passed oft s/itifi factory, not a hitch in any way occurred t - mar the day's outing. Mr. (J. Clissold and Mr. Lodge acted as starters. Mr. W. .Richards and G. Baxter of Mount, Hunter, were the judges. Mr. R. Graham, clerk of scab s. The following is the result of the races : — Jbl^iog Handicap— 3 sovs. 4 furlongs. Mr. D. tieary's Symberline I Mr, E. Hughes' T.K. 2 / Seven started. Won by two lengths. An excellent race. Pony Race— 14 hands. 4 furlongs. Mr. G. Clissold's Una 1 Mr. T. Koo t's Stella 2 Three started. Mr. Clissold's Una won ea-sly . . Cobbitty Handicap of 5 sovs. 6 fui longs. Mr E Hughes' T.K 1 Mr. D G-ary's Syiuberline .2 Four started. A good ra- e, T...

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Correspondence Brownlow Hill Postal Arrangements (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

Correspondence. 'i-k ... ') .. ?? . Brownlow Sill Postal Arrangements V ' ? ^ {To-'the Editor.) gip .;u— Kindly- allow me. space to reply to - Mr. Downers .eik-r o.i the proposed newr time table -»f the Camden, lirownlow Hill oncLWerom' i mail route. According to Mr. Downes the new rim- table, if adopted, is to he convenient. Does he mean to himsell ? : ! f-i.r. it may be to the few ; but, cannot be -to the maioritv of the public. Mr. Downes sjiv.s to show how the Weroiiibi public will be able to reply to urgt-nr letttu's the saiive day by . .meeting the mail as Werornbi; Mr. DiiwueS' ittust know tin. t very few of the people at W^eromBl^TfaVo as much time : to spare as '. . HiVfiseli: to m^Hr'smails every /'day. Now, Mr. Editor, I consider t his time-table cannot : be - carried., out in wet weather, as the time ; P is too short, at present . th^y- are. .-allowed ? : about three feourst-ai-hw iy without stoppajfps and when the roads are wet aud 'heavy the time is found- quite short ...

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Trip to Bulli Mountain [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

Trip to Ball! Mtfantain _ ? [By G. -T- K.-] ' 'Favored with delightfully cool weather, ' , Box'ng Day was ce'ebrated by a party of v pleasure seekers from Camden by a trip to this ' m.-.at fascinating spot , Starting from Camden about 5 a.m. we reached Campbellfcotvn at 6.10, This part of the road is so familiar - to moat of us, I shall not attempt to describe it,, In fact, there la nothing of any great. ;,i Ibeau^.b^'1 ween here and Appin — a distance about 18 miles. It is a rather monotonous dfrive, the land on either aide is apparently s ' taken up in small holdings, generally v; ' - agricultural aud dairy farms j the roads ! are in excellent condition and all that can be « y ; ? -'?-desired. The soil around here does not appear to be ao fertile as the Camden soil, beln^ mote of a stiff -clayey compo. There are two very com modious hotels he) e, and thpy appear to be ' the only- places ot importance at Appin. On leaving here 'tire lntuich into the 'splendidly made road which lead...

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Carrington Hospital Fancy Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

? ; ? *?* ? ? ? ?: - — ^ ' '* \ Carrington Hospital' Fancy Fair. A number of ladies and gentlemen met j ?s ?, at the Carrington Hospital on Thursday evening last for the purpose of furthering ^the object of the fancy fair. Mr. 0. T. Whiteman, J.P., oc&dpied the chair. Letters of apology were -received from Mr. J. Kidd, Mr. H. «T. Beilingham, Mr. Roach, i - Mr. and «Mrs Cow per, Mr. Young, Mr. E. Small and others for their absence. The . hon secretary stated that every one who had been approached on the subject promised to give their help and assist-un e. He explained the object aud trusted tlie whole would b* a success. The chairman then read the announcement which appeared in the local pret-s The Rev, W. Wall had pleasure in proposing that1 the action of the preliminary committee bo 'endorsed, j Alderman (I. Cleveland seconded Mr. Wall's v motion The motion was unanimously carried. The Rev W Wall suggested that the committee already named he materailly enlarged foi the bent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

'? A ' THE ' A GIFT ' CROWN GIFT PORTRAIT, STUDIOS. PORTRAIT/ Soiitl ria your fifio'tocrapll or tlmt of any friend frlio8o jneiuory you ch'rish. Wo will Ke-«roi\Uce fro'ii it a v atv hcimtiful aud HIGIILT-FIN1SBBI) tKHMANKNT ENLAHGKMENT, equallins? a liicli Stcel-'}jlato Eu^rftvixg^ ia Monoullromey tot S^*5s. 6d, SkiKniiy flnisliod lyy otlr own artists in lilaoi and iiMidsowcly moimtod ou jtn Iiuliiin tiut-ed pliiU'-. niik ni.. nut,- iiioiuui-iup s 15 inoliiM,- and ei|Utllinjj j . owry way jucturfis now boing suppliod in .???ydili'y far .L- M- civ^h. * We av - floing tliis ns :v means of iftftrerfcisomi'nt, fand coiisidcl- it AN ABSOLUTE GIF'!'. I Tor COOifTfi'S' PATKdN^ wo' vWill acM it v CABKP LILLY PACKED aud CA!.4MIA{3E JPAIW ?',! ^ to auy addrosa iu Australia for IS. 2d.- ; total 6s.- Sav1 Reprint from S.-M/ Uercild. ? ; . 'Thfe public of Sydney ttuov» full well ; y ''-;.v tho inSKuit-ide of this btfRmcss, hut for : ? ? tbu a.snraiice t-» C.wnt-y ivAi« ieu*s it i* -: tiiibfliit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

Repeal oi tfoil^Diities !? { - vt-J (.V * I oijmbebla^B HOXTSE I v ' : ? ' : Pit i ?r ???? v ' . % : - ? - ' - * * - * ' ' ' ' ' ? ' * 1 ' .?''L ; v V - '.f ! v ? ?' - ' . . ' „ G. T. WHITEMAK GREAT ' ???? .-'V ; ? t* ' ; ' FREE TARIFF SALE FOE CASH. * ' BEGINS ON , ' Saturday, & will be continued ®-r ONE MONTH ONLY. ^ ? /'? {fcf* Reductions from 15 to 25 Per cen' Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Grocery, ' Ironmongery, Crockery, Produce, «&c. See ouV prices and judge the value of the excellence of the Goods. IT has been decided to hol^ffee Garden Party §jj(Wesleyan Church) on Friday, Japuary 24th', iu the Recreation. Q-rounds. JSull pactical&rs next issue. o- ?x--'' THK old Cobbitty Wealeyan ,0hurch (building) will lje sold at Mr, Iuglis? 'mart. January 21. Seats, &c, seperately, or may be^obtained privately of Mr. O. T. Whiteman or Mri-'Wal)/ Q N 3S POUND /ft E W Str*yed from Raby, Narellan^^^r hoMeiif (un broken) two chestnuts, one baj^and flney br^wn mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 9 January 1896

- - i UeiiaHeT.': . -. . fy, ?*$-;*' 0- ? ? t /- , r' :Tor riliousnoj^, Sick - Headache, - ' '' fci:-:ziricss, Indirection, Torpid . ! ,l -'--?' 'Liver and all Stomach Troubles «? ^ ?- ? Hfc? Ul-; \ ? -?-.- *'-S gUOAR-CO A'. ED [ ?': '? 'i 4 , VEGETABLE ?' PILLS p|| 'For Rhcnmr.'jsm,' , Scrofula, Swellings, Tumors, ' ^ r U(lcets and every du-»rd-*r caused by impurity of the Li^od ? ?jiiiiVitmi- 1 'These' two re t ?' -} medics when' f'' ;{j U ken .together ^r-~ cuie the most hopeless ' chronic I r?-u. .?- tt. r i ? , x , ^ I .3 cases. .v. ff ' ' ' ' ' ; ??*,'? ?? ' vkiim t.jja/jbtu-. V'-i' ? , , ' - ! ? - :y\ i hey ha- vc both :* tL; irsfei, stood the test .' ? ' ? i -.vr'l! ... ? , ) . ; ?? ' ???'-- ,o. y * over ' ^Sj ? HALF A CENTURY ?..'?.?AND IZAVR TROVKIJ: T'Ttt MuST . - ?? f^T' gentle in action, p.'casant to tr;ke, . T-^'' reliable in results, '' - * » » - Ai-!-: y^'ir D' ii'/iiiV.t for them f„--. *? ? ?? . ??? ^ktoj/s.* ?SfMifi&Eiwaiy «»5 '«u..«v *t«H K 3'K O X S 'M. K...

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