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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Presbyterian Church. Tbr sale of work which, in consequence of the inclemency of the weather, did not conie off last week, i« to be opened on Friday next. We undurstand that there is a varied and beautiful assorttneut of useful and ornamental articles, and (lie sale wilt undoubtedly bo well patronised. Tbe object u to liquidate certain debts, and, bb it is the diamond jubilee of a church which Iias not made great demands tip on the general public, it ought to prove a ?' record' sale in the total extinction of the debts. Aldermen E. Griffiths and P. W. Dowpes, of Camdon, have arranged to publicly debate the Federation Oiuvi'nfion Bill at an early dale.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Largest Creamery in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Largest Creamery in tht World. The largest creamery in the world is near St. Albsos, Vt. Twelve thousand cows, owned by 700 farmers, supply it with cream, and the average daily product is lO.OOOlbs., or five tons of butter. All cream received is tested often enough in order to obtaic thorough knowledge of tbe amount of butter fat in the average product of each farmer's dairy, and he is paid daily for the butter values he brings in. There are fifty-four stations for receiving the mitfcj and at these stations tbe cream is separated, and only the latter shipped to the factory. They run a score of churns, each one of which will turn off 500!bg. of batter in one batch. The butter-working machiues are four in num ber, and in a very few moments 801be. can be properly worked and salted. They use a car load of salt erery two months, sod the factory employs fully sixty hands, besides the forty on the stations' employ force, to prepare the pro duct.— Grocery World.

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Mr. Lyne—Patriot and Statesmen. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Mr. Lyno-rfttriot and, Statesawn. - . \(To;Ta« Editok.) _ ? ' Sib,— It is noteworthy tbat .out of- the 'ten delegates chosen to represent this col6tajf3& tlie FederaJ^Cpnvention.one only hai'decHrffl hi« opposjtipn'to the Bill ;*ll±be;.othewder voUtheir«^rgieitoreobmmeni!ing ft. Ac^ cording to Mr. Lyn», he it tbt one honest mao among then, or else, the ?n(i man who sedeT BtandB the question. The fret contention will scarcely oold water. Wa cannot conceive the t»isibiU.ty of people so stultifying themseWea *i. to, make the mistake of elsoting nine rdis faooest politicians oat of ten. ' Nor do their public lives besr oat such a contention. They are all men who have lived in the light of. the day, and their oawew mark them out aa being fully worthy «f confidence. Then, this being granted, we suppose tbem.es lacking in that acute perception which a kind Providence has bestowed on Mr. Lyne. He has that lawyer like instinct which is denied to Messrs. Barton, O'Connor, and Wise ; i...

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

Cricket. A general meeting of the Catnpbelllown Cricket G|ub was held in the council chambers on Saturday evening last, tbo object being to receive the report of the performances for the season juet ended, and also to decide and make arrangements for holding a concert and social on Friday evening, the 20th inst. The Mayor (Aid. D. H. Barker, J.P.) occupied the chair, and there was a numerous attendance of members, amongst whom were noticed Messrs. Alex. Munro, J. H. Patten, J. E. Davies, J. B. and Geo. Sullivan, A. E, Fowler, A. (J. Payten, H. Craft, A If. Rose, add others. ' The report of the cojimittec, snbtnitted to the meeting end read by the secretary, die closed a very satisfactory state of affairs, the matches played numbering 20, of winch 1G were won, three drawn, and only one lost, and that by a narrow margiu of five runs. The first batting average was won by Mr. A. E. Fowler, with an average of 62-9 rum per in nings, which carries with it the bat presented by the Rev. R. A...

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Bounties and "Conspiracies." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Bounties and 'Conspiracies.' In the bounty clauses of the Con vention Bill the Sydney Daily Tele graph has unearthed what is poli tely called a 'conspiracy,' but which is really nothing more nor less than a first-class mare's nest. The Tele graph announces with a shriek of exultation that under the Bill the Victorian Government has power to grant what bounties it pleases on Victorian produce, and that these bounties will be a charge on the Commonwealth, so that New South Wales will help to pay them and thus pay Victoria to compete with New South Wales'. It is only neces sary to look at the Bill itself to see how utterly unjustifiable and dis torted this assertion is. So far from allowing Victoria or any other col ony to grant bounties at will, the Bill -expressly provides that as soon as a uniform tariff is imposed, all State laws imposing bounties shall cgome to an end, and) after that' no 'State shall grant any bounty,jexcept by leave o£- both Houses of the JPederal Parliament, an...

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Appointment of Coroner. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

' Appoiatment of Coroner. Thh Government Gazette of Friday, 6th' May, contains tbe following notification : 'His Ex cellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive. Council, has been pleased to ap point Alexander Munro, Esq., to be coroner at Campbelltown and for the colony generally, vice P. B. Hurley, Esq., J.P., deceased.' Mr. Mimro possesses in a marked degree the qualifications required, for the office, and his appointment will, we feel sure, give gene ral satisfaction.

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Public Meeting at Campbelltown. ADDRESS ON FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Public Meeting at CampboUtowa. Addbbss on Fbdkeatios. ,: ? - On Wednesday evening last, in the Town Hall, Cntnpbelltown, ? meeting of electors touk place, wJi('n hd address .on fed eratioii was delivered by Mr. C. G: Wade, Barristerat Law, under the kUBpices of the AntiOniivcri tion 3ill Lpagtie. The tneetibg w«i not largely attended, not 'more tb*a*b~40or 50 persniiB being present. The Mayor (A*ld. Barker) presided, *na seats on the platform were occupied T-y Messrs. W. B. Caldwel) and E. Herbcrn. The chairman having made a fen introductory remarks, *-r' * Mr. Wade proceeded to urge a number of reasons against the adoption of the Bill, bis remarks, which occupied abont an hoar and a holt in delivery, were listened to attentively aod without interruption. They were chiefly flimfioed to a view of the financial aspect of federation. He said that the question every' man must put lo himself was — What would be, to Naw Soulh Wains, the cost of federat ing under the Bill ? No matter what ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

CoHOBBOATIONAI. CBUBCH, Sunday Services : Morning at 11 ; evening at 7 in winter, 7,80 in aummer. Communiou ; Fint Sunday in tb* month at mom . ing aerrice. Special serrice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular: Last Sunday even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Banker's hymns. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. ' Singing Sunday,' when parents and friends of achdan ar« iarited : Fint Sunday afternoon in the month. BeJigiou* Instruction at Public School : Bverv Tuesday morning at 10. ' ?' Bible Class for young men and women : Alterant* Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. -Regtalat Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening before Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arrsdit at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Siterrlit and Hew. 6. A. liavea, B A., altrraatdr. Service os alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raves, B.A.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Roman Cathouc Chubcb. Sunday: First Maa», 6.80 a.m. ; second Mats, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.80 p.m. Ks'iy days of Obligation : Man, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.39. Kev. J. Ddnni.

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Strange Predictions. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Straagff Predictions. Zadeiel, whose almanac for 1898 has just reached Australia does not prophesy smooth things for ibe present, year. Trouble*, it would seem, are likely to be nnplessaotlr numerous, and to be pretty evenly distributed all over the world. This month promises to be a decidedly stirr ing month. The United States will then enter upon aa adventurous foreign policy, apparently directed Against Canada. Friction with that country is promised, which is likely to beoorae - dangerous to piece. At the end of the month, ' an awkward imbroglio' awaits the British Government, which, however, will extricate itself somehow, only to have to contend against opponents both powerful and persistently hostile. In Ootober, foreign afiiirs will look unpro mising. An ehkcte in Egypt or Soudan is predicted, and yet more fighting od the borders of India. Almost the only pleasant event predicted by Zadkiel is that some useful reform will be inaugurated in the post office. The stars are unkind...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Weslevan Cbubch. Not received. Sunday School at 10,30 a.ro. Pjctom Pakuk.— Roman Catholic. Hay 16— Mensngle at 9, Appin at 11.30 Kev. — Hanrohan. The CampMltown Herald WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED TUB CAMPBELL TOWN L1BEEAL. WBDSESIMf, MAT XI, 1898.

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The Bright Side. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

.???' ._:' The Bright 5it-. ' ' '. 'Ibbm: Umiuy # mi in tiie mad of life, :i- If we only would slop to lakei it, ,. ;?? ; And roaiir a tone from the beitrr land. . If (lieijuiTOloiia lienrt wonld wako it ! ... . i*. :'i'o.»ltf Bumty taul ifim'tt lull M %«-, ' ; And*ii(meW»Mti!nliro«,jiBVr fnileth, Tb*» gnus it ween ami (lie d-i«cn are bright,. „, ~f Tfcouslli ..iheswiiitry ato'rju {tierailiitli, ; '?''?:. Botrer fi hopr-, though the clouds hang* low. And fo Jce.-fi th* eyes still lifted ; -For thii sweet blue sky will won prep through . Wiwi the arniiioa* clouds are rifled ! . ; - There tru imver a night without a day, . Or en evening witliooi a morning ; - And (lie darkest hour, aa Ui« proverb goes, ? la tlia li'iur before (lie dawning. Better *© weave in the web of life - A lirighl and golden filling, ? And to do (Jiid'g will with a ready heart, And hands that are swift end willing, Than to *n»p the delicate, alender threads Of uur curious lives asunder, - And tliea blame heaven f...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Prbhbytbriam Chbhch. ' Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during aum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Kcligious institution, public school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Ptayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be teen at the Manse on Friday evening., 7-9. Bkv. D. Moobb, B.A. Kav. R. Stehl, M.A. (in eharge).

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A Hideous Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

▲ Hideous Joke. A HlDKOtrs joke was once played on a Wel lington police sergeant. H«s was ' on jooty' at the police station, when an excited person rushed in and told him that a man was walk ing along the Quay withnnt any trousers on. Then the sergeant called three constables to assist him in arresting a dangerous maniac, and the four of them fled to the Quay. '? F'where's the madman 1' asked the ser geant, in a tone of ferocity. The informant painted him out — a military person in a kilt and the essentials of a High land uniform — aod then ran for his life. There was an awful pause for a second or two, and thnn the four poliremen started after bim on a charge of insulting behaviour, and followed bim for over a mile. They lost him ?t last somewhere among the hillc.

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Feeding While Milking. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

Feeding While Mil^'ng. Whbthee it is better to feed the cows in the field or in the shed while the milking i* being dope, is a subject that has engaged the atteo tion of English and American dairy farmers. The arguments in favor of the latter course of procedure are weighty and convincing, as it is easy to understand that a cow, with a supply of appetising fodder before her which she is consuming, is in a pleasant frame of mind, and will therefore let down ber milk easily and quickly. It is well known that the milking function is intimately connected with the nervous etate of the animal, cows thai are naturally irritable being liable to bare thsir milk yield suddenly decrease, and that, every thiug considered, a calm-tempered cuw is best for the dairy. Professor Primrose M'Connel, who has given this subj.-ot a good t'es! of con sideration, sums it np in these words :— 'One of the very few enjoyments the lower animals ?re capable of appreciating is that of consumj ing tasty food, as ...

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

For Children's Hituking Cough take Woods' Qr--at Peppermint Cure, Is Cd and 2* Od. ..links ; ' I understood yon wit.- prdty veil -.off bef.-ri' you were married. ' Blinks: 'Yes, Jwt J didn't kuovr it.'

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Expensive Absent-Mindedness. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

ExpenBire Afeseat-Jtfiadttdnwe. A WEVL-KSOWN Brighton dandy, who shall be nsmelers. and who is dreadfully absent-minded, aat down in M— — - Hotel the other day, and asked tbe waiter for a cup of coffee. By-and-bys somebody came along and held oat his hand, and the gentleman put into it a half-snvereien. Presently the waiter came for the coffee money. ??'My dosh fellah,' said the dandy, ' I have given yon a half-sovereign, and you' haveb't br«u«ht the change.' '? Bf-R your pardon, Mr,' said the waiter ; *? but yon must have given the money to the wan who was collecting fur the music out. tide.' . And then the organ played agaic. ; bqt, oh, suoh a long way off. Never mind where you work ; let your care be for the work itself. Ho who thinks liis place below him will cer tainly be below his place.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 11 May 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL.   For Children's Hacking Cough take Woods'   Great Peppermint Cure, 1s 6d and 2s 6d.   Harry Clay's Variety Company is advertised   to appear at Campbelltown this (Wednesday)   evening.                   The programme for the cricketer's concert,   to be held in the local Town Hall on the 20th inst., will appear next issue.   At the Campbelltown Police Court, on Friday   last, Mr. W. L. Howarth applied for and   was granted an auctioneer's license. A nice line of jelly beans and Guava jellies   at 7½d for 8ozs. ; these are imported goods, and should meet with your attention.—Jno.     Rigelsford, Campbelltown. Mr. George Harden, late roads engineer at   Goulburn, has arrived and has e...

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

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to cure INDIGESTION, COSTIVENE8S, SODE BREATH, HEART BURN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TONIC are the recognised household remedies of the Australian colonies and every design ing quack tries to trade on their reputation and renown. This the greatest proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be particular to get the genuine articles, and regret and dis appointment are sure, to follow the nee of the thonsadds of 'All-failing remadies so freely advertised. The reputation and wide-spread .use' of GlemenU Tonic and Fletcher's Pills arb the greatest proofs of (heir appreciation by the public. If they were not as represented they would have passed out of memory long ere this ; but instead their sale is greater and they are more esteemed day by day aud' week by week, and this emphatically proves their undisputed supremacy. Listen to no argu ment from interested parties ; demand the genuine articles aud TAKE NO SUBSTI TUTE...

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Presbyterian Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

PwsTJTteriaa Salo of Work. Aftsb being postponed for a few days, th« Sale of Work in connection with the Presby terian Cfaurch. Campbelltown, eventuated Jasb week. The dalei for holding ibe' sale were originally fixed for^tlie -6th and 7th initant, but on tpe morning of the ffii it was found that the weather wai most ;urifaTOUrable. It was raining iieawljr/ With every Appearance ot continuing for some timn. Under the oirpnin stsDces, the promoters acted wiiely in delaying the opening. Tbey were more fortunate last week, the weather, though unsettled, bemi; much more propitious.' Tbe. opening cere-' muny, which took place punctually at three o'clock on Friday afternonn, was performed by the Rev.«R. A: Steel, M.A. The attend anoe at this hour was very fair. Mr. Steel, on mounting the platform, read the following communication from the Premier (the Right Hon. G. H. Reid) :— « Dear Mr. Steel,— I regret that I cannot comply with the request contained in your note of the 15th inst. I must...

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