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

Camplelltowa Football dub. The second meeting of the CampbeHfcown Football club was beld on Thursday evening last at the Forbes Hotel. Present— -Measra. J. Sherack. H. Kelly, L, W. Shields, J. O. Vaidy, J. Hubert, S. Jopes. H. Anderson, R. Jonfes, and M ^XMMJlgW^MB&ij1' W- ---C .-^leiter^aV^i^impfn^aa/^sl^ elating that he wouJdwiUinglylendiiis ground for the coming sc.ason. - : . . Mr. Anderson moved, and Mr. Vardy seconded, 'That the offer be ..accepted.' — Carried. A communication was received from the secretary of the Picton Football Clnb, stating that a meeting would be held on April 80th ' for the purpose of Jorming ft football union or joining the Central Southern Union. Mr. H. Kelly moved, 'That the letter be received, bnt that no stepB be taken 'in the matter.' He intimated that by joining the union the clnb would be pnt to unusual incon venience and expense, as most of tbe matches would have to be played away from home. The motion was seoonded by Mr. Hubert, and car...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE ABEA. The penny poBtage area embraces the following towns :-Appin, Bring Uy, Brownlow Hill, Cam aen, Cobbitly, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Glenfield, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenharu, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Nirellan, The Oaks, Picton, rrestons, i Thirlmfre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out- i «ido these distances the pottage is 2d halt ounce. : W. Wood, Postmaster.^ ?;

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Cricket* A w,BASaNX game of cricket was played pa Wednesday trenk, tbe 20th nit., job the large area of the Sydney Cricket Ground, between a metropolitan team (consisting of suoh players «g 8; JB. «rfl4nry, |)» STppnan, J. J. JCelly^.. Dwyer, C Bannerman, W? B. /Fairfax, « Stubbins, and others) and ia South Ooa»t team. The-f allowing : iupal players assisted the ;Oo*st «ien,OTz:. Messrs. A. B. Fpwl6r, J. IL Sulli van, D. ^BigeJeiorfJ, ami A. G. F»yten. Tte metropolitan eleven went to the : wickets hrat, and pot together *.toUl*f S25 rna8,'&regbry| Stubbin*. Dwyer, «nd*Fe,irfax bring tn& prin ?iJSp'il scorers, averaging about 48 runs each. Beatson was the most successful bowler for the visitors, securing five wickets, in whioh be was greatly assisted by Bigelsford, who made two excellent catches at square leg._ The Coast representatives commenced their innings at abeut 8.60 p.m., and at the call of time had put together the very respectable scorn of HO runs for the lo...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

THE PSALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers, AdveitUing loes not p iy ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is rul ! Life is earnest ! ? ' ' And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Muut expect to adveitiee. In the world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is tho secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind u». Vie can make our heart sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit ciiinb. The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest atone The constant gnaw of Towser Masticates the toughest bone The constant oooing lover Carries off the blushing mal . And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the rade. Next visit to Sydney we strongly recom mend the reader not to fail seeing theCyclo rama of Jerusalem. 8 p.m. is tbe best time to attend, as there':ha» recently baen added a nuinbei'of most beautiful visions ol augela, and aerial and mechanical effects.

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

For Children's Hacking Cmigh tnkn Woods' Great Fepperaiiut Cure, Is Cd and 2» Cd.

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An Essay on "Men." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

:;::':';--Aitt^B8^W^^teBa.*'';'\- :' .' A littlb girl, in an*8a»j on .' Men/' says :— ' Boyfl -are ? mpn that have not got as.bigas their papas, and girls are women that will bo ladies by-and-bye, Man. was mode before woman. When God looked at' Adam, He said to Himself, ' Well. I thinJt I can do better if I try again.' And fie inade .Eva. God liked ; Eve bo much better than Adam,, that there have beon more Woolen than men. : Boys are « trouble. They -wear ont evcrjthiDg but soap. ? If I had my way,- half the world would be girls ana ihe rest dolls. My papa is so nice that I think he must have been a little girl when he was a ? little boy. Man was made and on the seventh day be rested- Woman was then raVde, and she has«ovef rested since.' .-? No one can ever rob you of the good quali ties you build up for yourself. .- For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2s 6d. A barrister had a hard-swearing witness under examination, who exclaimed with wcll BBsn...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Very Consoling. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

TO^.OOBJKliBg1* AK officer was one d«y strolliog down one of the Well-known thoroughfares in 'London, when tie was accosted i-y a manjn the gntter selling ointment for, bruises and burne. ; , ?'fiuy.abiJX.^ir/^saidthe roan. ; _K, ? ? 'J havan't ariy bruises -bpnt«ie,' answered ?he^pldier.' -?*???;?-'- : ? ?;''.. -,.?:???£. ..'..Welt fight ''ipse, landbuy a box to curoyVr black tyesarterBarda,' chuckled the man. ''

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

^ ! ' . '? - ... . ?'?;? jjfv. ??'' ??-? -: ' i ? — ? — ? ' ? - , '?'- ' ' - ^f ? ' ? ~ ? -the- ''-I;.- ^CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD^-. (PTJBEISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY MINING) IS OUE OE THE BIST ADVERTISING MEDItAs OUT OP SIDNEY. ? ' ADVERTI&BI^S Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation throughout the Gamden, Cumberland and Bo wral Electorates. M; Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch ; Is 6d each additional inch ; liberal reduction for standing advts. ^^ JOB - PRIKarTIBT^ - JOB ^^^ In all its branches, and at prices that defy competition !' - ''?'':*?.? J. M'GLYNN, Proprietor. ??-??/ - '.#£?-.-? . ? :^_ ? ^ ? ^ — ? ? ... AM AL-BIHA OP .... 9 0 H Photo-Engravings of Soena, Cities, Indos Itnlt «?*?'. »nd '»*» «'-?« °« Aujnltan UvJTf LU^aithwiioiseUUnrydenriptioiu. To -be completed la . . . . Twenty-Pour portoljbtly jQNE SHILLING r-M*T5. EACH OOHTAinilM IB PHOTOMWHIO (KM. A PMortml Kteoia of tbe Land fa wUek weUrt. A Superb Ornament tor eruy Home. A Charming Sou...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Genius is only a superior power of seeing. If money be not thy servant, it will, be thy master. A volume that will bring tears to your 3yes. — A volume of smoke. Infidelity is a -nasty word, whether applied to home, country, or reli gion. A man of integrity will never ?listen to any reason against con science. No one will ever shine in conver sation who thinks of saying fine things. Confidence in another man's vu- tues is no slight evidence of one/s own. . The world moves. It ^probably * finds it cheaper to mo^e than to pay rent. .' . The art of conservation consists as much in listening politely as in talking agreeably. The Greenland whale is a big hearted creature.tl The organ is a yard iii diameter. ' . TiriMe^iiarife^i^fre sosaearly A poor wayjfdr a Ghristian'to let his light amaf ifc -to . occupy two seats in a crowded railway car. Who stabs my name would stab my person, too, did not the heads eman's axe lie in the way. — Crown. Billing and cooing flourishes...

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

6ET DR. WAUGH'S. Th»d»yw»« young and not far ipent,'. - : Asthrpnghaie busy atroetsttwre went A youih7aty«iankDOwn to tamo), .; . - - Bearing *loft'thtw*U-kDOwniiamt— ' ? -'? 'DH.HWflHt.'1 His eye was bright, til lorm upright J STheld Us Wisr to the llghf ; HbbBtUmlhere,toadv«-rtU« The Powder fkmed {or Oakeaud Piet— «i)E. WWOffS.' Nor anoir, ncrioe, were assn ?bout, As iuBtily that youth did ahout : 'If Baking Powder you wonld choose, And not know whioh the bnt to use, ... - OBT'OB. WIOBH'B.1* ' Oh (Uy 1 ' a maiden said, 'Oh «tay I Ami tell me ; whan Ioook to-day - What Baking Powder shall I tr- ? ' . The youth he answered with a cry— 'OEXDH. BUOE'B.' ' listen, friend,' an old man aaid. 11 My wife «he does not make good bread, Too' inany powders ahe doth use.' The youth aaid,— ' Powders bad ypu choose -OBX DR. HAO0B78.' 'I'll toll mywife,' the old man.criee, And when the Powder good ehe tries ; ?? The bread I kno* wjU be quiteliglit,1' The youth repeats with hla ' good night -'GET D...

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

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements intended for in sertion in this paper should reach the, office not later than 2 o'clock on Tuesdays in each week.

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Farmer and Merchant. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Fanner and ICeroltant. An old farmer was in a Sydney merchant's office, and asked if he could supply the mer chant with some fresh butter. The merchant told him that . he would inquire if bis wife needed *ny. So he stepped to the telephone, called her up, and talked for a few seconds through the instrument. Then, turning to the countryman, who was standing. wUb Jus hands in bis pockets, his eyes dilated, and his face red, tbe merchant told him that his wife said she would not need any butter. The indignant farmer blurted out, ' Look here, mister, if yon didn't want any butter, why didn't you say sol I ain't such a foolas to think you've got your wife shut up in that little box.' In all things it is belter to hope- than to despair. There arc 6,000,000,leaves upon an elm 33 feet high. Truthfulness is at the foundation of all personal excellence. The highest fame was never reached except by what was aimed above it. For asthmalical coughs and colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is ...

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

Sundry Notes. As I have some spare time just now, Mr. Editor, I propos* sending you a few notes re matters generally that come under my notice. Should you deem them worthy of publication, well aod good ; if not, I presume you have the usual waste-paper basket. Well, after twenty years, I find this place languishing, and the residents in an apparent state of collapse. I seriously considered the advisability of calling on the gentleman repre senting the medical profession to examine the inhabitants to see what they were suffering trom, and if there was a possibility uf bringing them back to'the energetic Bnd every-day life people lead in other parts, when I came- across ' TBB.JIJUcSv retllUBUt, huu uc wiuiuigu uiu that ' when I was a boy I heard that Lazarus pegged out here, and the clergy failing to get anyone capable of carrying his burden of the ?' owk' it was equally distributed among the residents, whose premises consequently became infected, and everyone who resides here for .an...

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

'Working People. 'With fingers wearjr and worn, with eyelids' heavy and red,' rnanr^a woman is pegging: away at a machine or needle; struggling to make two ends meet. The very nature of the work is apt to' undermine the health, and one of the persistent and almost inevitable results i* liver and stomach troubles. Bile Beans are a simple, safe, and -certain .remedy that bss stood the teas of time, and when nsed by women who lead a sedentary lite they will be fiund of great service. These little Bsans cure all ills that come from bad digestion and sluggish liver action. Bile Beans are no new remedy. They hayo been used in America for years by the first -physicians, and are manu factured in one of the largest and best-equipped factories in the world — at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. Bile Beans are an undoubted specific for Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, Piles, Pimples, Dizziness, Debility, and all Liver and Stomach Troubles. Price, 9£d and Is l|d per box, six large boxes for 6s ;...

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

Letter to the Editor. Sir, — Will yon permit me to reply through your columns to tb* letter of Mr. A. R. Pay t«D, appearing in your last issue. Mr. Paylen has fallen into several errors, and I am sure that on their being pointed out he will not hesitate to admit as much. He says that' Dr. Cullen showed that the majority would rale. Dr. Cullen could not possibly nave ebown tint the majority would necessarily rule, beoansetbe provisions of the Bill, taken in conjunction: with the population of the five colonies con-r cerned, wilU nat admit of this being dope.: What Dr. Cullen might have eboirn, sod: I am not aware that anyone entertains anv doubt on the question, is that if .New Sonib. Wales and Victoria combined are pittjd against Sooth Australia, West Australia, and Tanoania, and if^nnd thta will probubly noTef occur) every Reprueedlative and Senator is present, then N.S.W. .and Victoria, with a combined population of about 2\ -millions of people, can prevail against the other colon...

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A Second Sampson. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

? . ~:. A Seooad Saapsea. -. * ^jBjHf: time ago a well-known lorruter; had nnder crosB-examihatiori * yonng, soldier ' who jjheWcM in ihe name, of Sampson. ' ' . .-, . vJIJKud so,' questioned 'the barrister, J you' ,wUhj.he' court to believe tlist,'-atthongb i*son «f iSirs, y«-U area peaoefnlly-disposed ajgd in . ^i 4nd.th»t yon have no desire to folloy in thB fftepfl- of your nBtncseke -and smite the lehiH&noii^'- ',?.;,'?;?? .;, ? V;,.;;..:.'. ?,....-.- '?*?£$$- j&ifi 3»o^' anBjrored [ih$. wifcnei». V And -if I liad the desire, I ain't got the power at present.' -' -. '-?''. ,yrb|n you ibinkyou wonld be unable, to successfully cope with a thousand enemies, sod ntierly rout them with the jawbone of an wif '.'..;??.' I '?.. ' W«U,J- answered the ruffled Sampson, «? I might have a try when you're done with the weapon.' ? '

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

-? -?? The &olflfls IPiWi fliitff- ~ - ;? zM ? '?'- ;-i^:;v ?.-?'' ; ?= ':;:-': 'z% ? .an ;;sasro^top' uysB. ^;w$&M ? ' ? SEEKBiS GOIN-S 1^ '? -v-|g -. - ? ' '???'' ??if'' ' ^~-— ? .? ?'??/':??? ? ''^! ^.*sl Klondike, there «^^ tqatand'the strain of hardaliip and exgnsut^ which ere inseparable from that tr)p. lilnes?^ dises9c,-nd deAth is almost Bertain tojclwirp pwil. M ll-e ^i-prepsr^ «dv^ntsre||i5c!p® followbg letter from one who- has nndfergbn? the hardships of- the trip; will prove iriteresi; ing to those Wio intend going into the deso late but gold-laden norths — , Skugway. March 1 , 1898. ; Dear Sire,— My object in writing this letter is. to give a word of advice to those who con template going to the Yukon Goldfields. Vpr ten yearB I have followed the occupation of prospecting, tiinber-estiniBting and mining,' and the hardships «Dd priratione which one, has to undergo are enough to wreck the strongest constitution. Jnthaspriog Of 1897 I was stricken with pleu...

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

Yonr Grocer tioeps Wood's Great Pepper mint Cure fur coughs and colds, 1 u Cd aad 2s 6d. The Rivvr Larblau in dry at Cowra oning tu ttie drought.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 4 May 1898

The Federal fight is being waged with ever-increasing earnestness, not to mention bitterness, on both Bides. The volume of literature it has provoked is vast, and threatens immeasureable dimensions, while the lung efforts of the Federal fac tion and the Anti-Bilhous Brigade remind one of the tariff war of recent general elections. Nor are the arguments confined to the prints and the platforms; not a few corporeal encounters have been recorded. A majority of the elec tors, thanks to Mr. Edmund Bar ton, are now in possession of a copy of the Bill, and within the next few days the exact provisions ;.%e-thproughly studied and under stood- by everybody who cares to read and think for himself. The cjglayV in circulating the Bill was due to departmental red-tapeism, and not to those who devoted months of hard work and high in telligence to the framing of a fair and acceptable measure. The three most prominent opponents of the Bill are Sir Julian Salamons, Mr. Want, and Mr. L. F. Heydon — f...

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

' ? . .. ''? ' aMJMfcatt»otM. :T'W$M Dr. Oollen addressed* crowded meetin]|p Oamden on Fridsyjuglit. The motiop (af br£ ^ the Bm waso«ra«d«lojoitriDanimbp«ljj Aders being gireu for ? onited Aualralia. c u noderfeae:iation;W^ considering tha country has hada«loae»nO long-contioued acquaintance withdeficits. , ?;; , Sir Julian Saiamous, with all bis learning and BarliamenUry opportunitiw, never attemp ted to introdaoe law reform— an urgently needed measure. H« now, however, ii anii&as Ut save T^ew South Wales from a national des tiny. The electors can now afford to leave Sir Julian tu the enjoyment of his fat briefs. - J.V IS WUUUCIIU1 *1UIT wmuj upu juu uic»a- who criticise the Convention Bill and conclude by saying thty will not vote against it. The reason is. that any Federal Constitution will not please everybody. They recognise, how ever, that this is ? fair and just, compromise, which cannot, trader btroiaa cireuajstances, be ' I believe the Bill to be based on the three...

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