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The Convention Bill. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Tho Coaveatioa Bill. ? (Totue E'ditob.}' Sib, — In investigating the -pri* iui'-M* «T tlie Convention Bill, it is of some iuipoiimita.iiee to discover what effect is likely 1,, !-?? proiln.-vil ?on the city of Sydney not only in- tho inter ests of the city itself bat aJs,. m the iniorests-. of theimniediatelv-surroundiiisdi-iriets, «^ioge welfare -is so intimately associuu-d ; with it. Sydney at present enjoys a Jarg'e. nmount of' trade, much larger, in fact, than docs any other Australian city; and it is on thitt trade.' that its prosperity depends. Is im|r ^commer- cial position likely lo be tuaterially affected by the altered conditions which must follow on the adoption of federation on the terms set forth in tlie Bill ? A consideration of tho changes contemplated, 'forces one te; the «6ri elusion that. Sydney niuBt in several jvajs be prejudicially affected, but I will a* present confine myself to the discussion jbfpoe ini portant result for which the alteration in our trade rel...

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A Clerk in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

A Clerk ia Trouble. ' Leave the office this minute ! How dare you stay till this lionr of the night! If I catch yon J»re nfur ton o'clock a^ain it will go bard wiih you ! Don't yon know that late and irregular hours bring on indigestion and mi uiui- buit uj. imug i uei out : llie old gentleman might have been & bit harsh, but he was quits correct in his statements. Irregu larity ia tha cause of a great many disorder e of the digestive organs, such as conslipatiuii, indigestion, headaches, etc., and for any and all of these Ailment s there is no cure so gond as Biie Bean*, This remedy dates its exist ence (rum the discovery by an American nndi cal man of a certain vegetable substance which has the effect Id the digestive organs of nature's own animal bile. Bile Beans are ivviiliitionis . ing all the old metlinds of treatment, for digpp. tive ailments. The old theory of pepsin, bis ? : rjjnth, starving, purging, etc.. is to be entirely done away with. This remedy has the pecul...

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

No Building Big Baough Probably the two women whose names we are fcbout to mention {by their goodwill and cone nt) neter kaw in even heard of etch otb. :r. A oroad bit of ses-water rolW bet«e- _ die pi ,c« when they generally live. Still, the wurld is getting smaller every day, and it i* quite po»-ible tuej may meet; if tfatf do, tbej /will hue ? -common eubj -ct lor a talk. APitlujutwaiting for that, lo.eyer, we will let themadw into tbo secret (so (at as it it * seciet) right on the »pot. ?' ? ? .' Ttfefirstlsdyto be named resides at Bishop'* Mor on, »e«r Kirton, Lindsev, Lincolnshire, and in ? letter dated ihe J6th of.tlie blustering-month of March, 169B, she »aja, 'I trembled from head to foot'.' ' ? ' ' ' ?' \ . . - ? ?? .. . TbU would scarcely be wotlh mentioning Hit bad been simply the result of a. fright and therefore bound;lo pan tiffin a t-.v minutes. But it lasted for a long time, and di i nut arise from a fright ur from any other. Joi;ni of exciterantf. It meant anew wea...

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"Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Wedding Bells. "Ingleburn House", the residence of Ald.   W. J. Collins, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday, the 12th the occa   sion being the marriage of Miss Maiben Col lins to Mr. Percy Macdonaid, eldest son of the late Mr. John Maedonald, of "Ashfield Park." Croydon. The Rev. T. V. Alkin, M. A., officiated at the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father, whilst Mr. Harold Stuart Macdonald (brother) attended the groom as best man. The bride was attired in a very pretty travelling costume of pale grey begaline, trimmed with pale blue silk and chiffon, and wore n wreath and veil. She car ried a very handsome bouquet of white dahlias and tuber roses. Her bridesmaid (Miss Carrie Collins) was dressed in brown bengaline. trimmed with pale velvet and silver passemen terie. Each wore a very handsome brooch (the gift of the bridegroom), that of the bride being a design of gold and pearls, with two miniature swallows on the wing ; the bride...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, April 21.   PRESENT: Aldermen D. H. Barker (Mayor),   T. Gamble, N. Doyle, A. E. Fowler, Wm. Graham, and W. Cummins. The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.             MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT. Ald. Doyle moved, " That this council do now adjourn." Why he did so, was on   account of the way in which the system of lighting the town was carried on. It was some months now since he first brought this matter forward, but the council had not done anything definite. A report was received at the last meeting of the council giving an esti- mate of the amount derivable from the light- ing rate per annum, viz., £60. As a matter of fact, the street lighting of the municipality   costs the council every year about £100,   which left a deficiency of £40. Now, in the face of that, was it not most ridic...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

MARRIAGE. APRIL 12TH, at " Ingleburn House," Ingle- burn, by the Rev. T. V. Alkin, Percy Arthur MacDonald, eldest surviving son of the late John MacDonald, Esq., of " Ashfield Park," Croydon, to Maiben Alice Collins, youugest daughter of Alder- man W. J. Collins, of Ingleburn, late uf Gunning, N.S.W.

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Obituary. THE LATE MR. C. R. BRUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

Obituary. THE LATE MR. C. R. BRUCE There will be but few of our readers who will not regret to learn cf the death of Mr. C. R. Bruce, which sad event took place on Monday morning last at the Carrington Hospital. Mr. Bruce was a very old resident of this district, and was a well known figure in our midst. He   had the reputation of being thoroughly honoes   and straightforward in all his dealings, and during the years he held the position of dis trict turncock under the Water and Sewerage     Board was a most obliging, conscientious offi cer. That he was he!d in the highest esteem by his superior officers was fully borne out by   the fact that the Chief Engineer (Mr. Small), Aesesor (Mr. Beaumont). seeing that he was   in failing health for sometime past, specially interested themselves and personally entricated   him lo leave off work and take a few months   holiday. It was on!y a...

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THE LATE MRS. QUIRK. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 April 1898

THE LATE MRS. QUIRK, It is with regret that we chronicle the demise of Mrs. Johanna Quirk, relict of the late Mr. P. Quirk, which sad event occurred at Men angle on Sunday. Deceased, who was 58 year of age, had been a resident of the district, for a number of years, and was highly esteemed and respected. The immediate cause of death, was paralysis of the brain ; deceased was at tended by Mr. Morton (of Camden) during her illness. The deceased lady was noted for her very benevolent nature, by which she endeared herself to a great many, the very large attend ance at the funeral fully testifying to this fact. The remains were interred in the R.C. Ceme tery, Campbelltown, on Monday afternoon, the Father Harnett officiating at the grave, assis ted by Fathers Dunne, Hogan and Kickham. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. N. Doyle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

A faemeb on*tho Biveriaa writes,;— As * grunt number of horses got to »«r mhtifA, oaoeing death, or what le as bad, I believe jt my duty to give publicity tn* sure remedy, and one that w in the reach pf jeveryone. A» I have often had the misfortune to iiave totsei set *T»eir fill — -w many as' fourteen st % -inie having igot at the ^f»m— I, always £»ve one tabl^spoopTel i-f -oarbonate of aoKija*riol*ntl s^b«)f of viater ss ^on*sllbow^|iBt tbe 4orf9 or1*b«Bt*^r fpj kind: has |-een at the wheat, or if they aro ailing, au^that I think *hey njay^havefaBd aoy, «nd the^rSmedy never faijs Sometimes (hei^ is a stiffness in the legs ; (hen I rub the affected /parts wijh tur pentine until the animals begin to get restless,, then i let them go, and I always allow the animal to hare food or .water, especially ' the latter. They will net die if this is dotty, ai the wheat can do them no barm when^the acidity is destroyed in their atomaohs It if; very likely ligst thora are poaph who can uot 'tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

. For Consumptive doughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2s 6d. ' Subscribe to this paper.; — Is per quarter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

2JTot EnWuig Wh&t Slae to Do- - To atve onrJeWet trouble and suffering*/ learning from the experienoe s-t otbers-ijhat4a, -th^wiadom of history. Otht^Ua^rary genenitan, jana vmf man and womatftii&rfn. ^finlaOUMrifto jb«gin.*«clc 'whan their ancestors did. Every «ml of pa his to learn the alphabet for btmaolf j onUfter thatie «*nread*n3 benefit by what others 'have ynW-n Is that He* as plain *i pass »n » i)-Ut pod f Ye# %ngnat «M*it ^Mr^lfiftS), I oouldW-f gelj up my^ ?trength. MyloWflMnotteemtobetofjuyrTue.to me. In tome way I%rasill,bnt I cooliPnrJtLsiTe ? name to the ailment. MjrtoAgoe mfr twpllcn and thickly ooated,-«n4 1 was ton^wntty ?piltlng out (he thick phlegm which gathered in my throat and mouth. No matter bow Uttle food 1 took— even a morsel — it gave me great pain at the oheet and aides j and sometimea it would dart through to my buck between the shoulders. ' Oftgnl would be sick, and besve and strain until I$raa quite sore. Then, again, a pain would take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Bow to dUafce a Killioa. Monbt is- a pretty hard commodity to get sometimes, but again it appears to simply flow into the coffers. Some people say this latter state is a chance one. Others again maintain that wealth only comes by hard,«teBd fast work. 8o be it. The first essential to hard work is good health. Bile Brians,: the great discovery of th« -I9th century, mikes this possible, and also makes the possibilities of amassing wealth greater. Bile Beans for Biliousness are on undoubted specific for Biliousness, Siok and Nervous' Headach\ In digestion. Constipation, -Piles, Female Weak ness, .Pale-face Girls, Irregnlwities, Pinjp'les, Blotches, Diaziness, all Live.r ,apd; Kidney Troubles, Dyspepsia, HeBrt Palpitation, Pain in Back and Side. . , ^-i ? ''; ' , Wb«i pnwhasingrsee; that r yon. igpt! Bile Beans for Biliousness, and:'don'tiM pnt'iff -iiith ? soraething wlJich your dealer says tt''fi jq'Bt as v good.' The 'justae good'. kind .bfirs him more profit, and that is why he -bfe...

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She Took the Lesser Evil. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

She Took the Lesser Evil. Theodore Bajxum once defended a burglar. ?The burglar's wife was in the witness-box and fho prosecuting attorney was conducting .a a vigorous cross-examination. ;. ' Mndam, you are the wife of this man 1' ?? ' Yes.' , ' Vou knew he was a burglar when von ?teamed him V \ 'Yes.' ' 'How did you come to contract, a matri monial alliance with snch a man 1' i ?' Well,' ssid tbe witness, sarcastically, ' I vas getting old, and has to choose between a Ijswyer acr) a burglar.' j- The. cross-examination ended there. '. Lawyer (to kicking client) : ' Well, have you at last decided to take my advice and pay £his bill trf mine ?' Client : ' Y-e-s.' Lsw yer: 'Very well. ? (To clerk)— ' John, add jfis 8d to Mr. Smith's bill for further advice.' ' ' ' The meanest roan I ever heard of,' said Ttfr. Jason, ' waf a fellow that lived in the ?ame township with me and wanted education. So he set to work and courted the schoolma'am . for two years, an' when she taught him all she ...

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Railway Information. Sydney-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

. Bailey la&xptHw^^T;';: ' '? EYDNEY-CAMPBBLLTCrtrN JTR&IK SEBVJtOB. VSf. It-day Senrice.: ?..,'' LewSydnej. AtrlveCftown. 9.30 B.m. 10.|9*,tn. 10.85 . -.,;-?-,,?? I*!2*; i * i.80p.tn. ?-?'?? ?' ; ^usss** - t 6.15 6-«6 t5.18 «?« 6.60 823 t9.O0 . 9-59 11.30 1-00 ??'? Saturdays (additionnJ): ? 8.00 «.in. 9.08 ».m. 1.55 jun.- 3.15 p.m. 2 28 S.28 6.10 7.17 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.48 «.m. 6.00 «.in. 7.35 8.*t3 8 40 985 9.15 10.48p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.88 4*5 ' 4.00 5-44 8.83 * ? 1012 Sundoy Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'.towo. 9.40 «.m. H-05 ??m- 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9-59 » 9.30 U.01 Leave C'town. Arrire Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6:10 a.m. 7.35 9M 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6-42 8.30 1°-05 t Saturdays exoepted. ? Mondays excepted.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Looal and fltmwl- ?. '. ; I have Lackersteen's conserves for sale.— J. Rigelsford, 'OtnipbeUtoiro.* ;.'' ' , Rain is badly needed in the Camdea district. : jLiOa^jeiidente are p&rcliBSinjg ; water. _; ..'?'?'-: been.appointed to Gooma. ' .Father Hanrahan ' ' goes to Menangle. „?. ? ? . , .-.'?'.?' ?-' '?C/.-/* . ?' ? Writes acorrespondentto the Southern Ma.il (Bowral): ' John Kidd will be returned for Oamden at next Parliamentary election assure it the present member's name is Oburlie Ball.' The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Ashford, of Mnnangle, died on Sunday last and its body was interred in the O. of E. Cemetery, Oauipbelltowu, on Monday .after noon. Messrs. M'Court, M.P., and Wade, Barris ter-at-law, arc advertised to give addresses in day) evening, on 'The Convention Bill and What it Means.' The members of tbe Oampbelltown Cricket. Club intend to give a concert and dance on the 18th instant, in aid of lire club's funds. A meeting. will be beld on Saturday next, at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

disease defied! heaxth insueed! clements tonic hoIds tbe eeooed. - More lives saved hy Clements Tonic than by all other remedies combined. ,4 GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC :? - IS GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIC IS SUCCESSFUL. READ THE EVIDENCE. Mr. Geobob MKJhath, Nelligen, N.S.W., writes on Oulober 21st, 1896 : — I write this i'p acknowledgment of Clements Tonic as a cure for indigestion. I suffered from that complaint so long that I felt firmly convinced I. should -never be cared. I had tried all kinds of medicine and spent, considerable sums of money witbont any good results.. I was care ful In my diet. Thirteen months ago I first tried Clements Tonic, after reading of » cube similar to mine being cured by the above remedy,, and I have oiiich pleasure in stating that after a f«w weeks' course of Clements Tonic I could. «at any food irfthoa't ha viag die agresiible pains, and I'have been in good health e\*r since. Hoping that other BufCrerg will try Clements Tonic for ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

CAMPBBLLTOWK-CAMDBN TRAMWAY. ? Leave Ctowo. Arr. Camden. 7.35«.ni. ' 8.10.a.n. 9.15 9-50 - 10.55 11-»B .,; t 5.88 p.m. . ? ti!P-m' £ c f\(\ ?? ?? ? y»j?v ~ ' - ? ? * ? ' -- Leave Qti^~^''^'&te'&^''r'''~'*' 10.05 10-45 2.50 p.m. s 3.80 p.m. t 5.50 6.80 || 7.50 8-30 t Sat'daysonly. ? Sat'days execp'd. ^Mon days only. 1 On Sat'days, leave Camden 7.55 p.m. ? Passenger Pares, between Sydney and C'town : Single. Return. Hoi. Exn, 1st 2nd 1st 2nd let 2nd Sydney... 4-2 2-6 60 3-6 5-3 8-0 Granville. 8-4 20 4-9 2-10 4-0 2-8, Liverpool. 20 12 8-8 1-7 2-S 1* Casnla ... 18 -11 24 1-5 1-11 1/1 Glenfield. 14 -9 20 1.8 1-7 -11 Mac. Fds. 1-2 -8 19 M 15 '10 Inglcburn 10 7 1-6 -11 . 1-8 -9 Minto ... -6 -4 -'9 -5 -9 '5 Lenmeab. -2 -1 '3 -2 '3 -2 J. Cahtbbll, S.M.

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The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

The War. The first engagement between the- Unittd States and Spain was fought by the squadrons under Commodore Dewey and Admiral Mon tojo, near Manila. Tha battle was initiated by the American squadron, which attacked the arsenal at Cavite. TheSDiioish cruiser Reina Christina was burnt and the Don Juan de Austria was blown up during the engagement. The American squadron renewed the fight ing near Manilla, but did not succeed in silen cing the fire from tbe forts. Farther great destruction was wrought among the Spanish warships during the re newed fighting, and the cruiser Castilla was burnt. Five hundred American seamen and 2000 Spaniards are reported to have their lives in the battle near Manilla. After four hoars' fighting in the Bay of Manilla, the American warships were obliged to take refuge bebind a group of merchantmen in order to land their wounded. The latest reports from the Pliillipibes state that the American Asiatic squadron, under Rear-Admiral Dewey, which steamed off ...

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The Reason Why. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Tha Roteon Why. . Tbe slioep of Afghanistan are famed for' the .great Size and fatness of tbeir tails. A lot purchased by the commissariat in India, having boen bronght into camp to be; slaughtcrtd^fer., the soldiers, two Irishmen, stood .regifding-them^ ' ^ ' ^ ' Oi'm a thinkin', Larry, how do they get thirn big tails 1' exclaimed one of then), ' Aisy enough, my bhoy. . Don't you see they do always be grsrin' ophill in these monn tainoue connthries, and by coorse all tbe fat rnns down into their tails.'

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Postal laformatioa. Mails are despatched from CampbeUtown as under :— Sydney and North, 8.45 a.m., S p.m., and 9 p.m., Snndays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 0 p.m., Sundays excepted. 6outh, 9 p.m.. Saturdays 650 p.m.f Sundays 9 p.m. ? ' Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 0.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. NareHan, same time as Oamden. Minto, 8.45 a.m., ttundays excepted. Ingleburn, 6 46 a.m., Sundays excepted. Oranville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton. 6.3fl p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepled. Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. Menangle, 10 a,m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.S0 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.

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