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Tattooing Among Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Tattooi&g Among Ladies. Tattooing, among ladies is held in high esteem in Europe. Queen Olga of Greece has an anchor tattooed on her shonlder as a' token of her affection for her father, the late Grand Dnke CooBtautine of Russia ; and Princess Waldomar of Denmark, wife of the sailor son of King Christian, is also marked in like fashtnp, with the addition of a crown. It is said that Lady Randolph Churchill is the only living woman in the English peerage who has been tatooed. The idea occurred to her whilst travelling in India. She sent for an artist, who submitted designs and suggested the sym bol of eternity— a snake holding ite tail in its mouth. Lady Churchill approved, aod the re sult is a bpautifully-exeouted snake coiled abont her arm jnst above the wriBt, As a rule, a gold band covers it, and only personal friends have seen the design. Sleeplessness is one of the greatest dangers to health. Your Grocer keeps Wood's Great Poppar miul Cure fur c'onghs uud colds, 1 9 Cd a...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE ABBA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bring-lly, ? Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Bokenley, Glenneld, Qreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingloburn, Luddenham, Menanglo, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo. Narellan, Tbe Oaks,' Picton, Prestons, Thirlnnre, Wallnce, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances the pottage is 3d half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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The Convention Bill. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Tlw Ooawfttioa Bill. .. (To *be Editor.) Sib, — Would jou Ulndly allow me spaoe ti- replj to Mr^Herboro's letters in yoar last and previouB issues, ^e «»-?* tusjtirity does not rale, althuutjli he does not show ijpW he comes by ttjat;obnvietioii'-*riBt t ma\tj io'iHgw ' briefly how I onnplode he in wrong in that elatemont, in ths went of a disagreemeni), tho Ooaatitottpn provides for a. joint sitting between the twovHoiiees, nud tbe lyil clearVy states that the Honso ot Representatives shall bo twice as large iiuoaerioaJly; as ifae Sanatfl.t so taking the nnmbers respectively at !60 and SO, the thrfe-fifthi of that total would be 54, which result leaves tfao House representing tbe, voice of the people in true proportion with a. majority of six, allowing IK to vote with the Senate. . I think those figures sbow aono)a-: sivelv that the House of Representatives can not be ruled bj the Senate, or, in other words, minority, cannot role majority. Mr. Herboro, admits tbat the three smaller...

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Daily Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Dairy Items Shelteb against beat, cold, wet, and wind, will save food and preserve the health of cows. Odour of any kiod will spoil milk, even if exposed for a few minutes only. Everything about the milking shed and dairy must be scrupulously clean. Any cow tbat shows the sbghest sign of bad health should be tnrned out of the dairy herd at once. Milk from a newly-calved animal mnst not be usad until after the fourth day, sometimes later. Salt is a necessity to good health. Cows especially require salt, and if deficient in tbe food it should be supplied. Clean the udder and tbe hands before milk ing, and remove the milk both from the cow and the yard as quickly as possible. Then strain', aerate, and cool. Deferring the watering of cows for an hour or two invariably causes a slight shrinkage jd tbe milk and a deterioration in its quality. Allow a cow to go without ber regular food for a short time and she grows restive and anxions, and everyone knows what a disastrous effect this has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your g«ner il piloting ; if you do not feel able to ran an advertisement, surely you ean afford to give The newspaper your oards, dodgers, billheade, envelopes, and all business piintfng to execike. The ncw-piper mon needs il, and it helps to pay, fur the thoumnd «nd one free notion he gives y-u and yurtown'; but don't give it to the travelling canvaaaer, who cin give you no such re turn, abd is api nding neitb t- time, money, nor brainB in helping you tn build up your distiict. The lime may come whpn a newspaper may live simply upon the revenue derived from the subscrip tions and advertisements, but nu ordinary news paper in any ordinary town csn txist without auxiliary support derived from general printing. Therefore, if yon wp.nt a good newspaper— one that will still help your town— give it all your printing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

I Dr. J. P. ELUOTT, MJL, PL 3)., |; % of the well-known £rm of Elliott Broa., O'Oonnell St., Sydney, furnishes ', ', ? the NirranaCo. with the following valuable Certificates— . \\ ? 'ThSslatocermythatlhlTOejitrJiiedMTomlBiLmplesof - ' ','. I A/** *^*-*^ CET1ON |. .- 'taken from stock. I am satisfied that it is an unnBnaUy fine, pure CejlonToa, oonsiBtiiig of X ^ 'young leaves. It Las a vsry fragrant aroma, is rich £n extractive, and oontoina but little X X ?* tannin ot astringent matter. Owing to ita being pacVed in lead at Colombo its freshness is $' ¥ **pre«erred, and it 1b a pleasure to recommend such a high-olase tat, X ? ;; ~ '(Signet) 4. F.ELLIOTT, SLA, Hi. D.' X' ' ? The Nirvnna Tea Co. which puts up its Tea In lead in the Country |- i ; tn which it is grown, in order that ft may reach the public in ihe original X ' ? packets, has appointed as its local agent— ? I sr irs. w. w. ebbs,. '! ! - . From whom FREE packag* may be obtained. ' ' ► J | Mm this weU-Itnown firooery Hous...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

£''..'? ' _? . -.-* ; plwjrtt- Sopbrt. ' ?,? ' ^ .?? ,? ffi?- SOUTH COAST' AND WEST CAM DBN CO Pi ??- OPERATIVS COMPANY, sf. '??,... . ? ? iiswnao. , - ' £i BnltM/ftreamarr, t*r lb, IBd to lid :-???;,„ tutory. ISU'to 1M .????.-, ? ? . ? ? ? '.Y ' - „ 8ret quality, dairy, Oil 11*10 JSM ?V .,-. -': ??». eeeond qunlllj, dulry, 10d tojUd - -. - Mcon, bwt machine cured, CJd to Od B'nu. bttt i»od-cared, TJd to 8Jd Hxri, uucaint cured, 7M to B t titd,*dto6d Cheese, fim quality, Id to «W „ second quality, 4d to 4.M «Hon»7,9dto2|4 Hiott'perlb., 24dl»4-i Oallikuw, each, 9J to 2a Od Flow, firti quality, per ton, £lS0s »d u £13 10* Flimr, secoDCl quality, £12 6s Maize, p»r huihel, new, 2« Jd to £? 6d Wtat-W~3» 03 lo 4b 6d CbaS, p» tot, -3 IS* Od to £4 10« «d Barley, C«pe, 3» Od to 3a 8d Ry-' gr»-« *eea, p*r bush., 6s Od to 5s 64 Cockifoot grass *ted, per bush., 9a to 9a fid Bran, 101 to I0M PulUrd.lCil toUd 0aU..«d,2.8dto2. lOd ' Uate, feed, 2. «a UrSs 6d Onion*, pet ton, £8 OsOd to XB 10a Od, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Patents for Inventions. Mr. Arthur Griffith, M.L.A., International Patent Agent, of 41 Castlereagb-street, Syd ney, wishes to inform intending patentees that Mr.JT. C. Allen, Consulting Engineer, haB joined him as partner,. and also that full infor mation with regard to obtaining patents will be supplied by the firm's Oampbelltown agent — Mr. Thomas Gamble, of Queen-street, Oattip belltomn.— Adv. . ?- A number of freah advertisements appear this iesue.fto which attention is directed. Tbe ?' Daily Telegraph' ^ugRelts that *Bay ernment subsidies to country showB should he withdrawn and the money given to the Sydney society I This is pretty cool, bnt it is quite in keeping with the organ of the Little Pedling ton Party, which thinks Australia is situated in King-gtreei.— Exchange. Messrs. .D. L. Dymockand Sod, in connec tion with the sale of Mr. J. T. Young's cattle and effects at Jatnberoo last week, had the satisfaction of topping the season's markets. Tbe dairy herd were above the o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Eighty tuns, more imported leaf -than all the other tobacco factories put together wen used by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixnn'e Conqueror — the workman's tobacco. Dixon's Yankee Doodle if 6rst everywhere. Dixon's Sir Boger Twist.* As tbe planting season is sear at hand, we would recommend parties intending to plant to apply to F. L. C. Shepherd and Sod, 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, for their admirable cata logue Bnd garden gDide, which is sent free to all applicants. This firm also supplies seeds of finest quality. — Adr. Messrs. P. L. O. Shepherd, of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, is the most reliable firm for supplying lucerne and all kinds of Beeds for utation, larm, or gaiden ; also, fruit tied, shrubs, etc. Their un rivalled catalogue and garden guide is sentposs free to all on application.* We cannot speak too highly of the pamphlet is sued by Lever Bros.. Ltd.. 66 Pitt-street, Sydney, giving full directions for using their Sunlight Oil Cake. From all quarters we hear nothing bu...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF England.—ST. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Cuvhch or England. — St. Psters. Sunday nenricea : Morning n't 1 1, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy ComDjui.ion : Firat Sunns- in the month at mxruing service; 3rd SuDday, 7.46 a.m., except in ihe months of June, July, and August. On fratiTile, ?» announced. Wednesday : Sen ice at 7 80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Denham Court— St Mary's, 11 a.m. : April 24, May 8, £2, June 6, 19 s 8 p.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, S9, jUne 12, 86. St. James', Inglebum— II a.o. : April 17, May I, 16, 28, June 12, 26 ; 8 p.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, June G, 19. Evening services when an nounced. ' ;StBv. T. V. Alkim.

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Sundry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Sundry Motes. Within a fortnight we will have Queen's Birthday upon us, and up to date Oampbell toiTB residents,. who I am aure are brim-full of Joyalty.^have not appat^nvly arranged to in ?Mr way P«le))rate it, ; ; jhisjSayJbs the last; b|rthday Qneen Victoria {G.oasbless lier J),wJl) live to Bee ; and should sneb be the case, iMs not diffionlt to imagine the nnspEmkable sorrow that those at tbe head of «ffflirS hew will ex perience. ? Surety there is yet lime to arrange something to mark the «oo«Bion. Is there a fire brigade in this town ? If so, what excuse have the members for hot turning out-the other evening! Tiiey oould have distin guished themselves by extinguishing the fire in the chimney, and earned the everlasting grati tude of tbe owner. I have cot seen them, practising, although Campbelltown is blessed with one ot the' best water supplies in tbe world. I must ask you to warn lovers against dis cussing their intentions in public places;' For instance, tbe oilier night I ...

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He Hit the Target. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Ho Bit the Target. A. spobtikg gentleman, who had the reputa tion of beiug a very bad shot, invited some of his friends to dine with him.' Before dinner he showed them a target painted on tbe barn door, with a bnllet right in the bull's eye. Tbis he claimed to have shot at 1000 yards' distance. As nobody believed him, he offered to bet the price of an oyster supper on it. On ones of his gnests accepting the wager; he produced two witnaises, whose veracity could not be doubted, to prove bis assertion. Since they both stated that he had done what he claimed, he woo his bet. Daring the dioner tbe loser of the wager inquired how the host bad managed to fire such an excellent ahot. The host answered — ' Well, I sbot the bnllet at the door, at a distance 0! a thousand . jards, and then X painted the target round it.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

* ^ ? ? ~- jS^B^L^BffllffllWllinfflHiyillli pUvn9nQnm||!uUui| sEESttSi - fl llklC^B^^^B^kl^B^^B^kll'' ' II WE ABB TBE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^^^^^f^^W Pianos, | Nta^u ORGANS ! Instruments C^C^-^V^^ K AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories r This it 'the season ; we can give our Customers such good value, at least ao per cent, less than dther Houses. We guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if ' Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have ? the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. - If you send your order by post you can rely- upon our giving the same careful attention as though you ? were personally present to select- Catalogues sent : post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument 11 W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., SYONEY. I

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Wise ar\d Otherwise. A pair of tights— Two drunks. He u wise who knows when to holds his own, Berlin has special public-Louses for the women. . At a Chinese luncheon 40 courses are usually served. Whatever things be sweet and love makes them so. There can be no higher destiny without earnest perseverance. He is a fool who cannot be angry ; but he is a wise man who will not. It is the iron in the clay that gives the ordinary brick its red color. In most things success depends on knowing how long it takes to succeed. Suspicion is a heavy armour, and with its own weight impedes us more. Soap was an unknown article in Oorea until introduced by the mis sionaries. The moral progression of a people can scarcely begin. till they are in dependent. , The Tartars take a man by the ear to invite bim to eat and drink Jwith them. '. Ambition it is that gives men the jpnergy and the will to accomplish great things. , Some people think they ought to be able to reap their rewards with a four-horse m...

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A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown! [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

A MUSICAL EDUCATION For & down I . The 8bove heading will, of course, appear to most people as the height of absurdity, yEt the absurdity is more apparent than real. It goes without saying that a finish' d musical education in the regular course cannot be had for a crown, or even with several hundred additional «r6wn- ; but can it be truthfnllv said that the person with a sufficient knowledge of music to play accompaniments on the piano or organ, to all the popular and standard songs of the day has no musical education ? Assu redly not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompaDimente to the songs sung ill the home, frequently gets «ndgires more pleasure from the modest accomplishment than does many on whose education large sunu have been ex pended. To the more modest musical education the above heading applieB. Such an education is now offered to tbe music-loving readers of this paper for a crown. This ready-made musical education consists of Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

A Womaa'e Sufferings Sadei. TORTURED FOE 13 TEAKS. BILE BEANS FOE BILIOUSNESS BAV] ANOTHER LIFE. THB NEIGHBOBHOOD SURPRISED A' THE REMARKABLE EECOVEEY. THEEE LEADING D0CT0E8 FAIL Ti EFFECT A CUKE. AND PATENT MEDIOINfS WEEE UNSUCCESSFUL. Mrs. Jarb Colmak, who reaidos at Beaumon street, Hamilton, Newcastle, is a native c Kent (Enp.). She is 57 years of age, bein, tha mother of 11 grown-up ions and dangt ters. Mre. Colmsn has resided in Hamilto for the last 6 years, and ii well-known through out the district. A reporter from the ' Newcastle Herald called on Mrs. Oolmau to get particulars c her illnesB and miraculous cure by Bile Beam and in answer to his enquiries she said : — ' For 13 years I had Ijeen in delicate stat of health. My first symptoms were in th 'head. At times Jit \ 6% would be seizci 1 ) ??£ W'th m03t ezoruci Isgjfc^^ t ? ating._paics at tli I/I *'*'? fes^ i» tbe temple am /mXHM/JjLUkip*' bsok of tne head /a/jLMiilP11 * b6.caine restIe9 '^^^rfP^wSe^^na1 . Bt Dlgbt, find...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

-.: , ,. ? JteJW^to^aaim.;;* ; ;i- ;,;?f ?« ^ 8yDimv.cAMPB¥LtTowN:tBBit^;; -???..- V^m ? 1.30 p.m; 8.05 p.m. t 5.15 «-05 t 5.18 6.43 6.60 --^ 8.28 .; t 9.00 9.5.9 :. 11.80 l-0p ?Vtn. ?_?-? Satardays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. ; 1.55 p.m. 3.15 p.m. 2.28 ' 3.28 6.10 7.17 * Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.46 8.40 9.85 9.15 10.43 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 .l 4.00 5.44 A 8.88 10.12 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. * Arrive Ctown. ' 9.40 a.m'. 11.05 a.m. l.'OO p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.30 11.01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.48 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.U 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 . 6.42 8.30 10.05 f Saturdays excepted. * Mondays exempted. ? ' i CAMPBBLLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.35 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.15 9.50 10.65 11.85 - t 3-83 p.m. 4.18 p.m. ?6.60 .7.88 t.-7.S2 ' ' ^6* ? j t '6.50 «.m' *!r**^^ ' T^Sffi^r ' '' '' -'iK/i* 8.25 9.05 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 3.30 p.m. t 5.50 . 6.80 j 7.50 8.30 t Sat'dtysonly. ? Sat'days exoep'd....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

The Campbelltown Herald TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,. Which are in advance, are as follows :— Is per quarter, 2s per half-year, or 4s per annum. ADVERTISING. Advertisements -are charged for at I he following rate each Insertion :— One inch, Ss ; each additional inch, Is 6d. Wanted or For Sale advertisFments wjll be inser ted eighteen words for Is cash. No advertisement booked under 2s. Annonncements of Births, Marriages an3 Deuths inserted for 2s 6d each. Advertisements Bent lo the office wi'hout notify ing the number of Insertions will be continued at thn cast of the aawrticer until he orders it to be atopped.

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Lady Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Lady Farmera. Ladf Stella and Lady Dorothea Hope, the sisters of Lord Hopetoun, appear to be con verts to Lady Warwick'* theory, that farming is an essentially feminine occupation, and hav« rented a place near Edinbridge, ia Kent. Both yonng ladies are capital whips, drive a team of four SbeHand ponies, and they are also skilled ' vets.,' and are able to doctor their live stock when it becomes necessary. Two of Lord Salisbury's half brothers have a farm dose by, which they work on similar lines. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Greaf Peppermint Cure, Is 8d and Sis Gd. The man who knows ererythiag is the man who hat matt difficulty ia obtaining an audience. Fdle: 'If jou really liked a ydting man, what would you do if some day he should kiss you suddenly, against year will ?' Belle : ' He couldn't.' A gooi-looking young lady recently entered a dyer's shop, and thus accosted him : ' Yon are the man that dyes, are yon not 7' ' No,' replied the gallant j 'I'tutheujaa that lire*, but I'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

.TOattt Ailmeati. y '??' - AN2BMIA {BLOODLESBNBSS), i)R. WILLIAMS' PIJJK PILLS A POSI A CASE ,'lN POINT. A VICTORIAN lADlV BEOOVERY. (Kromlfi«'TarrangowerTim»i.') ??:... Tbb most derastatiog and beauty-deitroying coutpluiut which females ]i»ve to oooteDd with in Australia is undoubtedly anemia. Blpod lessness is a general and terrible weakness, which, bit by bit, draws its victim into the grave. Climates aud mode of living seem re sponsible fur its appearance in these southern, latitudes. Until of late years no adequate cure has been found for it ; now, however, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are known throughout the world as the one great anecific which invariably baffles this most dis tressing ailment. Mrs. Bowe, of North Mal don, Victoria, that graphically relates the re covery of her daughter. Hiss 8I»y. 'Up to two years ago,' says this lady, '?my daughter had been strong aud in g.tod health, bat she then became thin and pallid in* (appearance. She ^constantly had a fe...

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