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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

GET DR. WAUGH'S. . . The dftj wait yopbg «nd poi fur tpralfV _' ? ,''' ?' XUS 4^tt iVfftl On£[ufci lltt TOlVt:tlllXl£ht{ '. He JtBldhh tanner to trrtllghti ';; ?Hubnsln»«s*hef«,ioad»»r««« ? ~ ; The Powdir famed for Cake* alia Ptis— _r *DK. WAuaH'8.' y Nor snow, qoriee, ware seen about, As lasUly that youth did shont: ; And notxnow wUlw the best to use, Otit'DB. HAOQHS.' ' Oh' stay 1 ' a nudden said, ' Oh atay ! And tell me ; irfaefa I oook to-day What Baking Powder shall I try?' The youth he answered with a cry— 'GET DB. WIOOH'S.' ' Listen, friend,' an old man Mid, ' My wife she does not make good bread, Tho' many .powders die doth use.' The youth said,—' Powders bad yon chcost -OIT DB. HMJOH'a.' 11 m tell my wife,' the old man cries, And when the Powder cooa she trier; ' The bread I know will In quite light,'* The yonth repeats with his ' good night ' — 'GET OT. WUJCflra' ?' ThenforaUstgood-byeiiejuiid.-r ^ ' When using Powder foryonr bread. IhqpeyDU wnitakemyadvioe, ? For DR WADOH...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

4 2 & 111 h 1 1 I ft Is I ?i g g * £ $ -?g ;.-.-S'i-.-- v eg ? MUSIC. ? :.J»nJSIC.: New Songs, Danoes, Pianoforte, Piano and Violin Music, full size, on best paper, 2d each or 13 copies poBt free, 2s, — All C.R, Music Books, AnnualB. Dance Albums at great reductions: Catalogues ind «nmple copy. free on application to DAVIS ind HARRIS, 83 Elizabeth street, Sydney. SULKIES AS SHOWN, S8prinK.,WhK.li-ft.ffe fc — ., fflgMfc 4in. high, or lower; SUrer DmihRiSOtraplete, with f if ' ' ?Ht9^^HE9 136 and WT BOSSES STBEBT.8TDNEY:. . %(y| \ *lr VBRIOLS FACfORT t UBLVOCBint STftim^ jDOBOOID. b OLB BSTABLJ8HBD, EBIXtBLE. SEND FOE CATAXOGTJE. SAimi.ES (or Tialia ana OmUsmen. ThenanuH. HTLIJUSRii to be uen on nearlj all mod udcllei moi in the roluiir. The Prioe is Low, the duality exceptionally Good. IS you have not tried one, do »o. If yon order from tiiis advertuement I will pay freight to any port or raUway station in the colour. Before purchatmg any other \ ^^^BRH^LSs^^^^^^PC^S^^a / ??N...

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Not All In. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Not All In. An amusing anecdote ic told about a boy who, while the headmaster of a school was delivering an address to the scholars, spent his time in watching a mouse playing near a hole in the floor. The master had a habit, at the conclusion of the address, of asking those children who bad been inattentive whether ' it was all in' — mean'iDg, had they taken in oi. understood what had been said. Turning to the boy who had been watching the mouse on this particular afternoon, he said ; ' Well, Thomas Wells, is it all in V To his astonishmeut the youth turned to him witb a beaming face, end shouted oat : — ? ' Yes, sir ; it's all in but the tail.' . ;

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Ingleburn Municipal Church. TUESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

XngloiranL ICxmioipal Couaoil. Tuksday, Mat 2. Present : AM. WhJtehoase (Mayor), Collins, Percival, and M'Innes. The ruinatei of previous meeting were) read and adopted, COBBBSPONDRNOB. From the Department of Justice, intimat ing, in answer to communication sent, that a local option vote would hare to be taken at the next annual election. Received. From the Dudley Colliery Relief Commit tee, asking for the return of lists and any sub scriptions rt'ceived to date, as the lists were being closed. Received. REPAIRS TO BBIDQB. Aid. Collins stated that, he had seen the Mayor of Liverpool regarding the state of the bridge at the railway gates, and that gentle man caid that his oouDcil was willing to con tribute halt the cost of placing the bridge io a satisfactory condition. He moved, ' That the repairs to the road and bridge be carried out, and that the Liverpool couucil be reques ted to pay half the coal.' Seconded by Aid. M'lonea, and carried. cattle TApo. $id. Perct»al o»ot«3, — ?? Th...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Care of Cows in Winter. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Tha Cue of Cows ia 'Winter. Ovb of the hardest things to impress npoD farmers is the value of comfort to the cow. No matter how well and wisely ire feed, if the cow is not comfortable she will not eliminatp a {nil mess of, milk. When the cow is wet and chiliad she uses the food for warming her self, and wjisttt awd ia this does not appear in the milk pail. It is gone, radiated to the' winds ; lost for ever. A- cold rain causes ;her^ to shrink ic-mtife ; b raw. wind driss her vp; Foraging in the stalk-fields in winter will dp .more harm lhan good. She must be where the temperature epproxirantes summer temperature if she is to make milk as she will in summer weather. Don't send the cow to the paddock for'her~f«edrincold tteSlbdr ; bring the feed to her. Winter pastures are a delight to the horse-raiser, but a delusion to the winter dairy man. Be Dot deceived. The weather in win-' ter is not suited to milk production, and the cow must be sheltered from the rain and wind. No matter how ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

We are apt to get so absorbed in the daily details of the struggle that is going on around us as to forget the immense importance of the in terests involved. It is hard, in the cut and thrust of the federal fight, to realise that we in Australia, during the next few days, are help ing to make history, or to mar it. We have a great opportunity, and a great responsibility : the opportu nity to found a nation of boundless promise and infinite possibilities ; the responsibility of choosing be tween union, under the present auspices, or a postponement, for another indefinite period, of the union so often promised and so often unfulfilled. We shall do well to remember that Referendum Day (June 3rd) will be a day unique in ,the history of the world — a day on which a free people, with union in their hearts and on their tongues, but held apart by artificial 'barriers, will come to the polls to decide solemnly, and perhaps for all time, their national destiny, and to decide this not under th...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

WILL YOU BE WISE? ' OR FOOLHARDY? SUCH SYMPTOMS AS HEADACHE,. BACKACHE, SLEEPINESS, 'INDIGESTION, &c, INDICATE A DISORDERED LIVER. CLEMENTS TONIC IS A PROMPT AND POSITIVE CUBE. CLEMENTS TONIC DOES NOT TREAT SYMPOMS. IT REMOVES THE CAUSE. FOR PROOF READ THIS: Mr. D. C. M'Inttrb, Mail Contractor, Kempsey, K.S.W., writes on June 8, 1696 :— It gives me great pleasure to state that after suffering from indigestion for nine y«ara I have been enred by Clements Tonic, 1 only took six bottles when I found I could eat and digest my food ; before taking Clements Tonic, every thing I ate made me feel missrahle. I did ont know what to do with myself. I ' wanted to lie down all.the time, bnt now I go about my work quite lively. In fact, I am quite a dif ferent man, and in conclusion I wish to state that I can with all confidence recommend Clements Tom's as a most wonderful enre for indiguBtinq, and I hope that the thousands who Buffer from it will givs Clements Tonic a trial, and meet wit...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Charity of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

The Charity of Death. ' The man I marry,' she said fondly, 'muBl possess all the graces »Dd none of the failings of bis sex.' .'? You are worthy of it,' be rejoined, edging closer. ' He most be upright, geDerons, witty, bright, vivacious, keen, cutting, splendid.' ' Yes.' 11 H» must be loving, forgiviDg, willing, able, lively, dashing, valorous. ' Yes.' ' He must be snecint, precise, determined, candid, rich, handsome, tender.' ' He must.' 'And blue-eyed and white-winged, and musical, and lyrical, and poetical, and rhapsi cal.' ' I have a plan.' said the man on the sofa. '? I think I can 6r.d a man for you.' ' My darling,' she fluttered, and prepared to pnekef hir lips. 'Yon will find your man in the graveyard. Only men of extraordinary virtue die, yon know,' ha said, edging sway and Teaching for his hat ; ' it is tolerably certain that few of tbe other kind survive.' Now she must wait till oext Leap Year.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

PBKSBVTBRUH CHDRCa. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.80. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious instruction, publio school. Thursday, 7.80 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minuter may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. Bet. D. Moobi, B.A. Rtv. R. Stul, M.A. (In charge).

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

COHQBBOITIONAL CHUECU. Sunday Services : Morning at II ; evening at 7 in »mt r, 7.8* in summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at mom tag Venice. Special »pr»ice to attract thoae who attend no church ' —Toungmen in particular: Last Sunday even ing is the month. Short, bright, interesting addreu. Banker's hymns. Sunday School: Everv Sunday afternoon at 3. ' Singing Sunday, when parents and iiienda of scholars are invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Religious Instruction at Public School : Every Tuesday morning at JO. Bible Claea for yonnjt men and imud t AUerntta Wedu«d»y eveningi at 8. Choir practice at close. . ..?.??' Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening befure Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arendi* at 3.30 o'cloajf. Mr. Skerritt and Kev. O. A. Ravca B A., alternately. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raves, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL TOWS LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY MAT IS. 1S9S.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Wbblran CatmcH. May 32-Hev. B. Caldwell at 8. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Pictoh Pabish ? Roman Catholic. Not received. ?

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

'': ICwkrt Export. £' SOUTH WJAST iSp WBST OAMDEN 00. :Y*- _ '-'^ 3 Sriwit»,V»r IB. !8W. : : „ at»l%«aM&3airy5Oi4lfdU»J.4d -,..., aeoond quality, dairy, lUd w Ud Ifecc n, tmt fcand-cufca 8ffl to Jd 6«on,bwtBi»ohlii.c»«d-6ldtoOd . Biwu, te«t h«avy »nd rough, tyi Haae, machine cured, 7JH to 81 CheeM, nntqubUty, U to 5tf „ tecond quality, 4d u-4}i Boncy, 2d to Sirt Hidw,peilb.,21d'.4i I Oalf-aMnt, eu*, fla to fe Od Wuur, &tt duaUtv, per to», £13 Of M U £13 10» Xluur, urond quality, £13 E* Msixe, pw fcuahel, new, 2« 6d to & 9d Wfaa-t,S.0dto4a«d Gh»II, per ton. «8 ISi Od to £4 IOt Od B»riey, Opt, S» Od U- ?? 8d Ryr gra-« teed, p*r buth., 6s Od to Si 64 Cocksfoot gnu ? ed, per bush., 9i to 9* 6d Br»n, 9J to 9Jd Pollard, 9d to 9|d ?? O»U,»«d,2.8dto2.10d O*l«, feed, 2»Sdt»2«64 Onion*, per ton, £8 Oi Od to £8 IO§ Od. Me»dow Hay, £6 «? Potatoes, £6 IOi Od to £T Ot M Fowls, per pair, la Od to3»0i Ducka.3i0dt»&-84 ;,Geese, Sa 6d to 6a od Ttfrknn, Si Od to Si Od B...

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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

THE PSALM OP LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers, Advertising ioes not pay ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would Buch absurd things say. Life is real ! Life is earnest ! And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling , Hunt expect to advertise. In ihe world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is th« secret Of achievement in the strife. Liven of rich men all remind u«, We can make our heart sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone The constant gnaw of Towser Masticates tbe toughest bone The constant cooing lover ? Carries off the bluthing mai . And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the rade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Not Knowing Wh&t 3BOse to Do To cave ouiielns trouble »nd Buffering by learning from the axperienoo of others— tbit fs, the wisdom of history. OtherwiiB .every generation, end every man and woman therein, would hare to begin back mhat* their ancestors did. JBtTery jtulof us has ty leata the alphabet *-r fclnwlf ; but after that be can «ad,»nd topeftt by whjt ntben h»»e written Is tnatldetjn plain *» flea. jiujplitjKrfJ Ve*. WeU, then, Jet mien wueihtt it fcu anything to «ajr to the jaots «et forth in the following letter :— *' Alter any confinement,' jrriies a woman, 'in Attgast of last year (189S), I«ould not get up my *trehgth My foot} did not seem to be of any use to me. In»6nieway I -was ill, but I could not gin s name to the ailment My tongue wat awoUro and thiokly coated, and I mi constantly spitting out the thick fEhgm whtoh gathered .^mjr throat and mouth, Wo nutter how little food I look— -even a monel— it -gare me great pain at the oheet and aides; and tomelimee it...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Rolf ah Catholic Church. ?- Sunday: First Maaa, 8.S0 «.m. ; aeooafftlau, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc, 7.80p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Maaa, 9 a.m. ; evening deionoo. 7.30. Rev. J. Donne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

; : 'TOfeBaly^l Private Secretary to ; i i ^^^^? HIS EXCELLENCY ! I I y$&$F**&fr THE GOVERNOR : ; ' ' , of N.S. Woles ' ' i:1 ? ' . Writes -'!'.. ??I n*g to inform yon that the sample packet of _ ,, ' ? ? j I . - iky^^^^^m^^ ' CEYLON \ ; ? ? ' ' you were *oo« enough to send. me, waa prepared for Bis ExoeUencr, ? ? ? ; ; wid tbe Tea seemed to be of EXCELLENT quality.' ? . 1 ' The Nirvana Tea Co. which puts up Us Tea fn lead In the Country - . - ! in whloh« is grown, fn order that It may reach the publio in the original ', ;; packets, has appointed as Its looal agent— .. - ' :: m IRS. ¥.¥. LEES ' :: ', ', From whom FREE package may be obtained. ', ] ^ ' ' A» thU weH-Vnown Grocery. Bonse will art Ita Tea direct from ? ' ! ; Ceylon, cunsuwenwUl be stvenap opportunity of purcbaalhK their Tea , [ ? ' off the very Gu-dent that produb* tt. .. ? . - '' ' : 1 . .IN POUNDS and HALF POUNDS. \

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Chpbch or Knoliwb.— Sr. P«t«bs. Sunday aervkea : Morning xt 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion : First Sunday in the month it morning service; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in the monthi ot Jons, July, ud Augnst. On ftsbvala, «s announced. 'Wedneiduy: Servioe at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Desharn Court— St. Mary'e, II a.m. : April 24, Hay 8, 22, June 6, 19 ; 3 p.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, 49, June 12, 86. St. Jrnnea1, lnglebum— It a.m. : Apiil 17, May 1, IS, 29, Jane 13, 26 ; 8 p.m. : April 24, May 8, S3, June 6, 19. Evening serviees when an nounced. Riv. T. V. Alkin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

The EemaiiaHe Case of Mr. Samuel Fie&er. AN ASTOUNDING CURE EFFECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. The following letter was received from Mr. Samnel Fisher, one of Newcastle's prominent men, who for years had been a terrible sufferer from Headaches, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Fains in Oliest and Shoulders, and various other ailments. During twelve months of his illnSss,' Mr;' Fislier lost 561bs. in weight, and his friends gave up all hope .of his recovery. A really marvellous cure has been effected in his case., however, and he is to-day as well as ever ho was in his life. lie says ha .cannot spent' too 'highly of Bile Beans, the remedy that resiorcd him to health. Mr. ^islicr's letter re'adsT a.s fdfywS;:— ^i ??' ' ^r.-1 V ; i ?- 'Cl'*rj-B'»,-' Hamilton, Nvwcastle, ?? ? : ''.Janoary 8th. 1898; ' To the Bile Beau Manufacturing Co., 'Sydney. 'Gentlemen, — It affords me much (ileiisnre to testify at to the medicinal value uf your Bile Bean?, and, wiih the idea of b...

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Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 18 May 1898

Daily Notes. Always. milk with dry linpoV. Good niilkersvBiially PD]'y-b'ing milked. Never employ an iguorank man to attend to the flows. * ' l Salt is the best,ihinir to n&ur pansaiul Afllwitb,. '' ? 't :Ncver Useitye mtyk canB#nd rwils.ior any altar purpose, ,' ^~ JNeror mix frnhwarm milk with that winch bas been cooled. Tfao dairy rooms slionld be nsed «xclbsirely Sot dairy purposes Bay the best cow, if yon mnst boj, and breed a belter one. . The eye of a good cow should lie largo and the Forehead broad. Do not permit cans and pails to stnud in the stable before using. . ; Water use in the dairy should como from deep -wells or clear spring?. / Before using ladled and butter-prints, soak in hot water and rinse in cold. -. The dairy should be well lighted, so that dirt can bo seen if anywhere in it,. .. Bry tatter on - dairy, appliunces -is ? hard to reroo*e^'vW*»hvtt;*ith;«6ld water. «t:w»c(t':' ' Dj not learc tile milk standing in Ihe stall, ?bifctuite it tttmci-Xo the da...

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