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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

The Campbelltwn Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance. Subscribers may Commence at Aay Time. SANDER 4 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRA1 T.— Under the distinguished patronage of Hit Majesty the King of Italy, *a per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul General for Italy, at Melbonrne, March 14th, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 1868. .Acknowledged by Medioal Clinic* and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract io the markeV products of simple dintfllation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, whioh is recognised by the Medical Divi sion of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, a* per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state:— It i- proved by teats made by the Medical Clinics of theUniversitt'S of lionn and Oriefswald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. ri...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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PICTON PARISR.—Roman Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Pictok Palish ? Roman CathoJio. May I— Appia «c 9, Menasgle 1 1.30 Rev. I). 4. Harnett. The Camptoelltown Herald VTITU WHICH IS 1NCORPORATBD THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBEKAL. WEDNESHAt, APRILS? 1898.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

CHUECH SERVICES. Cuuacu ov England.— St. Partite. Sunday vervicea : Morning «t It, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in Manner. Holy Comroui.ion : First Sunday in tirn month at rootling eeivice ; SrdSuiday, 7.*6 a.m.., except in Ihe luonlha of iuw; July, and Auguit. On feativals, as announce-l. Wednesday. Service at 7 80 p.m. j cho* practice at 8 p.m. Friday-: Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clara. Denham Court-8t. Mary's. II a.m. : April HI, May 8, 22, June 5, 1» ; a p.m. ; April 17, Hay t, «. *9, liiae 12. 8S. BL Janus', J^iebu n-11 a.ro. : Ap.il 17, ol«y I, 16, 29, June 12. £6 ; 3 p.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, Jori'5, !9. Evening lerriceg when an nounced. R*v. T. V. .Uiih.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, April 23, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Mwket Sspovt. SOUTH COAST AND WEST OAMDBN CO OPERATIVE OoiIPANr, '? - ? ^pr^r^Ajwiim 1897,. Bntttr, creMnery.Mrlb., 12d\o 1M : : n factory, «ii to IM „ Bmi qu.liiy, dklry, fl. IDja 10 ll|d „ wcond qualit), dairy, {M to 10J ?Jiac. n, but hxmi-cure.18 fa to Id ? bacon, bent m«ehfn» cured, flid to«d Bacon, be»t heavy and tough, 6Ji Hinw. te»t t«]id-tur«i, 8 id 10 *d HuD'i.ifikchiiie vurtd, fid to 81 Laid, 8J4 to fid Cheene, tint quality, td to S)d Honey, Sd to 24-t . . HiJe., pei 11,., aidi«4» Ckli-tkinr. em fa, fl* 10 I* Od Flour, firet quality, pet ton, tiSfli ».l t* £11 10* Flour, terond quality, £12 fis Maize, per bushel, new, 2« Ca to 2a &1 me .1,3 0Jto4a6d Ch.ff, jm* ton, J83 J6» Od lo X* 0. Od Barley, English, p. » bu»htl, 8s Od t . s» 9d „. . . -iitff,S- *J to ?» Sd Rye « ra-a «eed, p. r biuh:, Sa Od to arS* Cocksfoot gnat j- ed, per bn»b,, 9a to 9* 6d Bun, 9J Uo lOd Pollard, 10J to 1044 Oil*, seed. 2» Sd to 2» IM Onu, feed, 2« 4d t« 2- «.) Onion*, per tun, «7 «« yd to ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

CblfGUSlTfUHAL CBIBCU. Sunday Services : Morning at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wiot r, 7.30 in summer. Communion : Kin-t Sunday in the month at morn ing aen ice. Special service to attraotthoce who attend no church — Young men in particular : Last Sundiy even ing is the is -nth. Short, bright, interesting addteaa. S-nlte} 'a hymns. Sunday School : Bverv Sunday afterniion at 3. ' Singing Sunday,' when pannts and fiimds of «ch'i!»M arr invited : Fine Sunday Afternoon in th'emtonrti. Religious Instruction at Public School £ Every .; Tuesday morning at JO. Bible -/lasB for vounu men and woolen : Alternst ? Wedni»d«y 'evenings at 8. Choir practice at cloae. Regular Monthly Church Meeting: At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening bef ru Communion Sunday, Bervice every Sunday afternoon at Arodit »t 3.30 »'elocfc. - Mr. Skerritt and Her. O. A. Rav.es, BA., Blt.ri.ptdv. Ber\ice on alteruuto Sundnjs a.t Appin at 3 p.m. Kev. G. A. RaT««, B.A.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Rohan Catholic Chv&ch. Sunday: First Man, S.3O a.m. j aecund Mass, 11 fc.ni. ; Venpera, etc., 7.30p.m. Holy day* of Obligation : Maw, 9 a.m. ; eTening devotion, 7.30. Rev. J. Dunne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

FOE LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &C., Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night ; they are a prompt and sure cure and give certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick, sure and reliable remedy for all complaints arising from torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, arid impurities of the blood. They are pre pared on rational and sensible lines, and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic piirgmive, but operate by perfectly natural means, by stimulating the liver and in creasing thu flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and natural catharses without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substitutes on sale iu many shops. None are genuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outfide wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such household words that imitations are frequeutly offered. We contend that this imitation is the ...

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Too Late and too True. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Too Late and too True. She kissed the old man. she showered upon him kisses and tears. She told all the people how good he was. I thought if she had only given him two of those kisses a quarter for the last ten years, how. the tender-hearted old gentleman who hare smiled through his tears. Bnt now he took it all very coolly — he was dc .. He was old and poor, and she was young and rich. She had ten rooms, but no room for father ; yet he had made room for her when he had only two. The ' old man' was not educated ; she was, at his expense. He had fed and clothed her for twenty years at home and at school, until she bad risen into more ' refined and cultured society' and mar ried among them, The old people's dress and speech were too coarse. She kissed him and buried him in a beautiful coffin. ' Dear father,' is to have a costly marble monument. A warm kiss while living is belter than cold marble when dead.

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"Home, Sweet Home." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Some, Sweot Home. What a beautiful place home is when the father is bilious, the mother is suffering from female weakness, and the baby Una the ctoup ; father frowiiB and swears, mother soolds and grumbles, and iaby yells 1 And yet this hue band and wife may be two of the best-natured and reasonable people on the. glebe when they are 'in good health. It may seem ridiculous to say that nearly all domestic disagreements ara caused by the liver, but a careful study of the problem reveals the fact that such an as eertion is quite within the bounds of reason. When a person is in ill-health they are im patient, unreasonable, and quarrelsome ; what is more natural then than a family ' tiff.' Few people are cynical enough to believe that mar ried couples don't wish for peace and harmony, and Bonio reason mnst, therefore, be found for their all too common differences. Bile Beans come, therefore, in the guise of a peaoemaker ; they put the liver in good order, and invigor ate the whole system...

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A Revolting Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

A Eevoltiaff dime. The most revolting crime ever perpetrated by while men in South Carolina was committed at Lake City, WilliMcaburg County, on Feb. 22, when the postmaster (a negro) and .his family were burned out, pf their homo, the' postmaster and a babe tn arms killed, and his wife and three daughters shot and maimed Ipr life. Baker was appointed postmaster three months previously. Lake City is a town of 400 inhabitants, and the negro population in the Vicinity is large. There was a protest against Baker's appointment, but it was not a very vigorous one. Previous attempts had been made to assassinate Baker. At 1 o'clock in the morning a torch was applied to thu pos'- office and Baker's house. At the back, just within the line of light, were over 100 white men armed with pistols and shot-guns. By the time the fire aroused the sleeping family, consisting of the postmaster, his wife, four daughters, a son, and an infant at th« breast, the rrowd began firing into thu building. A hun...

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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER VII.— Contindkd. The Duko of Molton had much difficulty in persuaiing Mr. Hardy to become his guesl. ' I am nothing but a broken-down invalid,' Ue pleaded ; ' not til tu jwes«nt tu a beautiful bride.' ' My wife would welcome you if you had lost both arms, a Ing, and a few oilier limbs. She knows that sbe owes you what she is fool ish enough to value beyond price — her hus band's life. I didn't marry, as so many of my order do, became it is suitable and proper, Hardy. I married Helena Bcchuun because we both loved each other beyond aught else.' An awlul panic seized Duke. It was his wife's name. She had always corrupted the stately Helena by rubbing il of its first syl lable ; bnt it was her name. Of course it was folly, but n wild thought did strike him — had his wife really stooped low enough, not only to forsake him, but put another in his placet The duke's words banished such thoughts. ' She was Lord Rossitnr's heiress ; bnt her beauty of face and fo...

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What Should a Body Do ? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

What Should a Body So ? What should a body do, I trow — Sio a young rogue as Sandy. Across the kirk wi' een o' 1-W, H- looks at me wi' We sac true — Wbal chuuld a bud; do? Yod kirk is cauld. tlie si'rmnn lang, But a' my tlmctit's for Sandy, Wlia waitB.fur me wi' hearl« me true — There's not his like (be wide world thro' — What should a body do 1 'My ain de»r Mary, Rang wi' nm Far away,' said my Study, Yen, yea, my Iuvp, an' we'll e'er bo true, ? Thu' onr lot be Bin*' an1 onr Bucks be few — What should a body do 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

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Round Robin Hood's Barn. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Roimd Bolis Hood's Sam. Necessity is the mother of invention, and the hungry Frenchman told abuiit io a biography recently published in England illustrates the old adage anew. He was in an English restaurant and wanted eggs for breakfast, but had forgotten the Eng lish word. So he got around the difficulty ni the following way : — '? Vaiterre, vat is dat valking in do yard ?' ' A rooster, sir.' ' Ah ! A.nd vat yon call dcrooBter's vifel' ?? The hen, sir.' ' And vat you call de sbildrens of dc roos ter end his vife ?' ' Chickens, sir.' ' Bnt vat you call de suicken before dey are shicken !' '? ISggs, sir.' ' Bring me two.'

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Feeding Cows for Butter Test. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Footling Cows fox Butter Test Feeding cows for butter test was given pro .uinence as a practical topic at the recent Royal Horticultural Show held at Manchester. Dr.* Herbert Watn--y won the first and third prizes in the class for cows giving the greatest amount of butter tut in two tnilkings, all the competing cows being Jerseys ; and Dr. Wat ney's manager, Mr. John Cox, by request sup plied a note of particulars. He says : ' Here with is an account of the found given to each of the three Buckhold cows at the Royal Show at Manchester. These amounts are given only approximately, as the foods were mixed in dif ferent proportions to suit each cow's taste. Crushed oats 211)?., oatmeal (groats) 3lbs., bean meal lib., bran lib., dried distillers' grains 21bs., mixing feed cake 6Ibs., linseed cake 2lbs., crushed linseed lib. ; each cow per day, 17^lbs. The cows were allowed as much hay and grass as they would eat. This food was given during the 24 hours preceding the test, as it is during...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure ft»r Coughs and colds,' never fails, 1«4--1 and 2s &1. SpeAhjng at Rundwick ? last week, Mr. J. Ashton, M.P., pointed iiiil that theC-iiveniion Kill allbned a politicimt Iti sit in Imlli thu Federal Parliament ami ilie Stale Parliutiient. aud to dfiiw a salary fur lice services in em;li. ' Now, I ask you,' anid the inemtier for Hay, '? how can a human b.' in two place at one time ?' ?? They do it on the Wiirks Commit tee,' said a small man in a back seat, amidst much laughter, and the politician had to ad mit it. r|X- BUTCHERS.— Pat Cow and fat Vooler -*- fur sale.. — Mr. Pabnell. Mintii E:ist. YTT ANTED known thai i-igliliitn w.,rdd in ' ' this column costs Is, cash.

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Destructive Fire at Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Destructive Fire at JTawllaax. At 2 o'clock on Thursday morning a fire broke nut at NareJIap, causing (lie «-it«l -l stniiilion of the creamery, saw nrillj, anil « (irodnoe etui c owned by Mr. R Cross A wmkniim «--n plumed by Mr. Nott 6rst di^roier.'u ifa,- fiif, and raised an alarm. Willing M|iersg.ue «-. ?istance, but ? (heir effuru weri' ' f nM'' «-« flip t ?? thealiuiiBt lotal absence of wuier. Tile tnergi.-s of Mr. Nott and others were uliieUy diSviited to saving a boiler and engine in tbe |)riuoipnl building. In this they were successful, but the building was burnt to the ground. Tiie tram station was completely destroyed, as wag aUoan empty railway truck. Mi . Nott's long is estimated nt not leas thuii £1000, thu iiisnrniiii amounting (o only £400. Mr, Cross suffered a severe Inss, as ot the lime his produce stiire was well filled. Hie prcmisiB were iiibiiro.1 in the New ZetflnDd Company. The direct loss is v«ry great, and a lurge number uf pv-rgnni will be thrown out nf woik...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

TENDEES. rpENDERS are r.K)nired for the Supply of ?*- 200 RAILS ; any quality, but straight ; to he delivered on Campbell town Common by 1st Jimp. —Apply, Joseph Sheisuy, Cttiii|ibe.H iowii. The Peaks Proprietary Gold and Silver Mine fTlENDERS will be received up In 6 p.m. on ?*- SutuniHy, Mny 7th, for Carting Ore from the Mine to Oumiieii Railway Siation. Par tiuularf at the Mine and at tlie Posl--ffire», Oaks «iiJ B irr«!{-iraiifr.— J. V. BAKTLBTT, Prnpr£et«r. — Gampbriltown, 'April 26, 1898. — Town Hall, Campbelltown — SATURDAY NXG-BT NEZT, AND EVEriV ALTERNATE SATURDAY, HAEKY CLAY'S ADSTR4.LHN BLBVEM COMKDV AND VARlEi'Y COilfAN'Y. All FirBiclasa Artisis from Leading Thea res. Tnis Oo. has een placing iu Sy mey and suburbs for 18 months. For further particu an :e- day bills. Ad mission -Front sea-s Is, Bark seats GL— BKttT. HOWARDE, Agpnt. St. James' dnuch, Miato and X&gle- )j Tjura APRIL. 29 aot- 30. A SALE^F WOBK Will be held in a Marquee «n the Church Ground, on the. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

For asllimolical ennuis -inrJenM!! tnire Wood'-' Great Peppermiut Cure, Is fid snd'Ss fid.

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