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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

{Jampijslltowa SEsaieipal Cenaoil. Thursday., 'May 19. Present : Aldermen Barker (Mayor), Gamble, Doyle, Fowler, Graham, Cummins, and Cald well. Aid. Unmmins apologised for the ab sence of Aid. Lynch, who was indisposed. The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted. COBBESPONDEKOB. From Mr. T. H. Aeere, re| asphalting foot path at his premises in Queen-st., and offering to advance the whole amount ; to be recouped oat of bis rates, as they become due, to the ex tent of two-thirds. — The Mayor stated that he had given Mr. Reeve permission to have the work carried oat, and, on the motion of Alder men Doyle and Graham, his aotion was en dorsed. From Mr. S. Kirton, stating that his dray had been capsized by reason of the council V—'~« ?'— -'A a he*o oi .earth to be careJewly thrown in the middle of one of the streets. Tiir Writer said he would hold Ihecouncil responsible for all damage done, bat would await a reply before taking further action. — Received, on the motion of Alde...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Human-[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

The BuuMfefc' Few people realise what a wonderfully-delicate structnre the human ear really is. That which we ordinarily designate so, is, after all, the mere outer porob of a series of winding passages which, like tbs lobbies of a great building, lead from tbe world without to the world within. Certain of these passages are fall of liquid, and their membranes are stretched like parch ment curtains across tbe corridor at different places, and can be thrown into vibration or made tremble like the head, of a drum or the surface of a tambourine does when struck with tite fingers. Between two of these parchment like onrtains a chain of very small bones ex tends, which serves to tighten or relax those membranes and to communicate vibrations to them. In tbe innermost plaoe of all, a row of wbite threads, called nerves, stretch like the strings of a piano from -lejast point to which tbn tremblings or thrillinga reach, and pass in ward to tbe brain.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

Looal and General Mr. L. A. Simpson, dentist, visits the Cla'o Hotel, Carapbelltown, every Wednesday till 4 p.m. Patients can rely on the highest pro fessional dental skill, 'as Mr. Simpson holds the highest certificates given for dentistry. Patients pan.. make special appointments by writing to'h. A. Simpion, dental anrgeon, Par ratuatu. Mr. Farrow, my representative, will visit Campbelltown at different periods to make appointments. Fees moderate. ' C.W.J.B.' : Next week. For backing or whooping cough use While's Anti-Cough. The Campbelltown Council invite tenders fur lighting the street lamps. For asihmattcal coughs andcolds take Wood's Groat Peppermint Cure, Is Od and Ss fid. Mr. C. G. Hattp, draper, etc., Newtown. advises that bis van, carrying a h'oavy and well -assorted stock, will be in the district within the next few duvs. ' Your crnokfry mended with ri»pts, yonr islreilery repaired, yonr feathers and frocks dyed. Yon will not bo overcharged ? D. itig(-lsfnrd, Oampbdltown....

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A Story of a Shark. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

A Story of a Shark. A thrillino shark story comes from Durban, where one of the local divers, named Batten, lately experienced a shock and a narrow es cape. He had been engaged to recover some heavy rails which bad fallen overboard between a steamer and the main wharf. Tbe rails were found, and one had been battled to the surface, when Batten perceived a young shark swimming around him. Having omitted to ofm'hiitiseU with the usual diver's knife, Bat ten moved to the boat and secured a weapon, intending to stab tbe ebark-if Jthe opportonity presented itself. On descending to the bot tom again, however, Batten did not see the prowling monster, and proceeded to the rails wbioh remained to be hoisted. °He was about to attach the next Tail, when, to his surprise and alarm, he noticed a huge shark, approxi mately 16ft. long, lyingfight across the rails. The diver was in a quandary, because retreat from Buch a monster was exceedingly danger ous, whilst open hostilities with tbe knjfe wonl...

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Cold-blooded Villiany. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

Odd-Uwdil TUUwy. Fop cold-blooded villiany the confession of the man Oalliard, who murdered a whole family in France, has scarcely any parallel.. He says : 'To peuetrate ioto -W ffpuse I intended to ^)!(ind^r I.bad ^ cJimHsMttbe garden bedgr, and -stira man sitting 'by' the fire reading a newspaper. . I bad in toy baud two guns I had stolen, and which Iliad loaded. I aimed at the man's head, and he fell'dead. ' I entered the room.; At that moment tie 4roman, woo had heard 'the report of my gnn, came into the oom. I stretched her dead at my feet with .an other ahot. Then came tw6 little boys, one after the other, Drying for their mother. I shot them down like rabbits. Thus having disposed nf incovenient witnesses, and feeling very hungry, I opwed the cupboard, in which there was some oeld meat and a bottle of rum. I sat down to the table and commenced eating and drinking in peaoe. Suddenly, when I had nearly done, I saw a little girl in her night tfowg coming into the room. My guns s...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Westerly Wind. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

Tot Wwtely Win*. . ~ IJS REMARKABLE EFFEOTS. Whbh JSBolus in ancient 4ays kept wiitoTiinSI guard over all tl»e»bds tbat bl6W,»nd|)er- weMf «jw«tepdea their opermtiont,^ bWs* an %»& ana ^us^X' ^Sr Wind, in Queensland at least, baa beei ioana ing considerable trouble. Mrs. Kiibb^of Earhxtreeti Toowong (Q), gives her tjarajsn enoe with the Westerly Wfrd as vloMibqM^ »fheiirest«|y Winds,' .aid Mni. Jliibttw cebUjrstb bur reporter, 'always had et|iost disastrous effect upon me. I hare been ^a ^rea't sufferer from rheumatism. . Twelve years ago I had a bad accident ; my thigh bone was broken, and sinca that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of 'my left eye mainly through the disease, and e.ven after treatment of it was over I snfferedfrbm great pain across tbe bone over tbe eye. Last Christmas twelve months I was so bad that I could scarcely move in bed. I had to go to tbe hospital after being treated for a long time by .the doctors ; but after coming out again I...

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Mr. Purves, Q.C., on Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 25 May 1898

Sfir. Poms, Q-C, on Federation. Contincous loud appiau.se, cheering, and shouts of ' Bravo 1' broke out at the conclu sion of a remarkably-eloquent speech made for the Commonwealth Constitution Bill by Mr. Purves, Q.O., at Elsternwick (Vic.) last week (says the Argus). The peroration which worked the audience up to this high pitch of enthusiasm was : ' Friend and brother, where to goest thonl Back into the mnrk and gloom of provincialism, into the black night of parochial politics ? No, God forbid. I should say rather, ' Onward into tbe glorious sunshine of federation.' . . . Let us claim the right to say, ' Advance Australia, our own beloved land.' ... I go further. I think in that not far distant future we shall see tbe welding together of the English-speaking raoea of tbe earth. I want to see Australia there — ' the last-born among tbe nations' — a noble Bud majestic figure, dad in robes of dagzling parity ; upon her brow a triple crown — 'Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood;' in her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

MR. L. A. SIfftPSOH. ' *| Visits the fllatr Sotei, Oampklltpwa, ? ' lirary wita&ttt #11 4 pjn, ? : ? ] ] Patients «aa reljr op thetliigliesJ;JPJrofespwnaia)eiitalSkiii,a8 Mr. ' I , Simp&qn Jtolds tbe highest certificates given -for 3-entlstry. P&tients can make special appointments by Writing to Mr. £. A. Sao-aoN, tjPental Surgeon, JBaraunatta. Mr, Bkrrow.my representative, \rill visit Oampbelltown at different periods to make Appointments. FEES MODERATE WE ABE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^§ff§f3jQ9B9|^ PIANOS, i MUSICALS ORGANS ! INSTRUMENTS C-4!-*-*?%-^ IN AOSTBAIIA. Watiuy for xash at the Factories! This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least ao per cent less than other Houses. We guarantee ? u ''. 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 ord...

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The Staff of Lids. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

. ThiBtftffofUfe. fiivsnithii'day onr dairy ^brMd,. ' Bntdon'tJatitbeaour, -? For UiosBVho'aon'tiknow h5w to bike Areaure tobUmethbJflourj .?.?? ._- ...i-i All brands »»f 'Jfloar our JWtof « iiwi '-'-?-. '? ,«»ehtVomM_ltoW««horf, ' Bn^alwaji when thB.terto\» drawn ? *T4i *i heavy Mbefor^'?i - . '- 'Til crambly, too, and in many way* ' , TJninvtliDX JA.the look, : Tbe Lord wods viotnals, «o they eay, Ab,.bDt the devil »Bndeth«o6oV4 -? - So I hope thoM donghy boyB of dongh . : Willbiitow their kind regards' ' On theew (few -lines, and give us bread Thatiroi't kill %t fifty yaris. Give ns thie day , onr daily bread, ' Le» the loarbtt sweet and^llgbt, Tost from Indigwtion's horrid pangs \V« may have a brief respite ; And, oh, thy choicest blMsiuge pour Upon every baker's kead, And kiudly teach them every one , ,1'he subf makiug bread. . , ''' - ?.-#?? .' JO,WJ.BI w CampWllown, /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

B'iC''''1 ' '-- ??^* i*' ?''' ' ^ 8QflflIay, 189B. . gx IilK*lt»I,lMiW»«)i8IW*H»lr*OWtOW**n| |SjC bnt.l led I wpuld like to tb»Dk£OO ALL for JH& ' .'' - _ i^jrfringvoitiuy ui-jppt-rtODitTof wlabiDg^ I*' Toon wy«»»t«f oily, fj*. - ,-.': ? ?-?- ...-? ADELINE ALKIN. - j£- -.??'' Who way be preparing for V Arid natQra.1T; anxious to secure ] The Very Best Values *' Obtainable are invited (o ' INSPECT——. - Thi' Choice Lot of SEASONABLE GOODS at TljE RED FU\C STORE, which, for Style, Quality, aad Prices, Surpasses Anything Previously Offered in the district ! MRS. W. W. IiEES. J. LONG, Jon., Manager. la ft Thlrd-dass Oaniaee. ; \ _BLYin*ettruatyoftiiUyeer{.18M)lwastravel- , - ' - iinytn a thiri-claaa ctariage mt^^jftbonrhood V\ # Glugow. it a station two wOTgeajWfclta the I . \ compartment in -which. I we» »*»lri. *-M-Mp» ? Kj \ . jjirl, gaudily dreased ; thBOther a typical working (feiY -woman. She haa -no hat or bonnet, and wore » fc ''' hi ?.; \ , . she wai thepleturaol taii, r...

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MR. E. TERRY ON FEDERATION. Both Sides of the Question Advantages versus Disadvantages. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

MR. E. TERRY ON FEDERATION. 3oth Sides cf the Question Advantage! versus Disadvantages. Mr. E. Terry addressed a publio meeting iii the Temperance Hall, Gladesville, on Monday night, on that all absorbing question, Federa- ? tion, and was accorded a patient and intelli gent hearing. Mr. Martin was unanimously voted to the chair, and asked for (ho spoakei a fair and impartial hearing. Mr. Terr)-, though suffering from (he effects of a somewhat severe attack of influenza, dealt very exhaustively with the Subject, clearly and lucidly explaining the provisions of the Con vention Bill, and pointing out its disadvantages as well as its advantages, a course of action not yet adopted by any of the: public speakers on tlie subject, except Uie Premier; . . ? Axe we to vote for or against the Common . wealth BUI on the 3rd of June f lie Baid was a query, which tad disturbed the balance of many a man's firm philosophy, i It behoved every man of ability to come forward and explain tho provisions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Strong grata from ft Mtlbcmiw Mm. I 8UFFBEED TOE MA3fI YEARS FBOM \p9 ACUTE BILIQU^ ATTACKS. ' * *J UNABLE !$ ATXBNti|^Mte|^EKJMS. ~; . y£M MAN! DOOTOBS AXtJt'^&tHmS MEM- ^11 .CINES PTTEBltf slidD.' ? ; ^?M BILE BEANS OOMPUBTELX CUBS HIM. /I In tbB parson of Mr. F. J. Buustiere, of 67 ? ':':M Toorak-road, Melbourne, one finds a splendid ' , : T9 specimen of the French people, who was 'bora . ' M in Paris some 45 years ago. Mr. Bonstiere is ^ -?? a well-known ladies' coiffeur, of South Yarra ? and Toorsk, who has patented a very teaecess- . 1 ful article, well known as ' Lotion Infallible.' ' 1 This gentleman for a number of yean suffered I from severe chronic biliousness, from which he ? was unable to obtain any permanent relief I whatever, although many doctors were con- - ? salted and patent medicines Uken in endless ? variety. In Mr. Bpustiere's case, as in nearly ? all cases ot biliousnsfts,' there were violent ? headaches, indigestion, bad breath, loss of ap- ? petite, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

J&WBB 4 SOWStETOAHimiKTfiwV VnaetUift dutinguUbed PttronagSorHisiUjestV *bi King of 1 taW, ?i'S&Tcommunlcrtion made 'by theMinUtfir for Foreign Jqbiti,,thfa-«gii the -Got- ?nljQcaerdl for Ital/&at%e}bfa&e, Hatch 14th, 49$ ^''fcd diploma «t otrakAitetdam Kxhi 3m». in iiAt&tfonl ofBufedTpti Ertraot to the TOaurowdftft of »loH)le|aijtin.tton. foriftlng exude Mftooiu oili. In order^&t|hMe erode oils ffiVnsni i Wten ior out PiJe^fiUle EuoalypU B«riS,irhbh j« re^JijtS Medical »%? pare mja,MTffit Ibfaraafai fcnrsrfld to m &U&&?tyl ''^S?9 bJ tte lUeOleal Clinics »»).tad reported to bj Dr.TjoWuta, Prolewor of Ibtanuxfiogs »t Bonp, and Profeaspr Dr. Moaaier, Direotorof^neMedinalCuncK at Orlebwald, that «ay pK4ttjct*Art*r«satnrat«d(wiUi Di/gen noA ttatA at aonsr t6stuofi«»-naother aiAxtanoes adher ent to Primary distillation, will develop the mm tivBguelitiBt proper to the phrot All crude «ib, orwOaUedEuoalypti Extr»ota,*r...

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

CAMPBEIXTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arc, Oamden. 7M a.m. ~ 8.10 a.m. 9.16 .950 10.55 ii M.~. ; t 8.88p.m. v,^:^4a8p;in. . ~S% v;..^--73e'-.--.'-.-':':--'. '' 7M;~ .??'?? Leave Oamden. '' Arrive -y-i-wn. ±6.60 a.m; 7.80 a.m. 8.25- 9105 10.05 , 10.45' 2.50 p.m. ' ' 8.80 p.m. t 5.50 6.80 I 7.50 8.80 f Sat'dayaonly. ? Sat'days excep'd. % Mon days only. - U On Sal'daya, leave Oamden 7.55 p.m. '

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St. Peter's Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

St. PeteiVfelHiioli. On Saturday last there wan a gathering of parishioners and friends to the number of .250, including about ISO children, on - the grounds of St. Peter's RectortvOsmpbelltoirn, u- say farewell to Mrs. HiD.Oox and to. inark Mrs.. Alkin's birthday. :^A small present was given to Mrs. Cox (who has identified bersolf with tbe choir, Sunday School, *nd the benevolent work of the parish) by the members of tlis choir and friends. The following address was read by Mr. H. J. Witts, Miss Alkin making the presentation : — * 'Db»e Mrs. Cox,-t- We, the. members of the choir of St. Peter's Church, Oampbell town, with our friends, express our true regret that you are leaving oar parish. We recog nise fully the willing and loving help you have given in Ihe choir as well as in other church work ; and we will ask your acceptance of a email present 'which may serve as a memento of tbe timeryou have spent among us. We pray tbat you and your husband may find a pleasant borne and happy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Conghs and colds, never fails, Is 6d and 2e €d. A leading New York specialist saya that tbe ' best chest protector is worn on the sole of the foot.' He : ' If I should steal a kiss, would you miss it ?' She : ' No, I wouldn't miss a kiss for tbe world, George.' ' Why don't you work 1 Why do you go around begging ?' ' Wei), mum, if you think beggin' isn't work, just try it.' M. : ' You vos a gread veller to pat on airs. I remembers your grandfader vos nodding but der yillache hangman in Poland !' B. : '? Yaw, I'rememue'r dot too ; und your grandfader vos der last von ne hangt !' Wife (reading letter from a distant friend) — ' How strange ! Elfrida doesn't say whether her baby is a boy or girl. But she states it's already beginning to talk.' Hus band — ' Ob, well that derides it ; it's a girl, of course.' O'Doolan (furiously) : ' By the power?, no more home-mude ireslcits for we, Mrs. O'Uool an. Wan button to ) much at the top, an' wan hnttnn-hole too ...

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Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'town: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Passenger Fares, between Sydney and O'town : Single. Return. Hoi. Em. 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd Sydney... 4-2 2G 6 0 8-6 5-3 8'0 Granville. 34 20 49 2-10 4-0 -2-8 Liverpool. 20 1-2 28 1-7 2-3 1'8 Casala ... 1-8 '11 2-4 1-5 Ml M Glenfield. J-4 -9 20 1.8 1-7 -11 Mac. Fds. 1-2 -8 1-9 M 15 -10 Ingleburn 1-0 -7 1-6 -11 1*8 -9 Minto ... -6 -4 -9 -5 -9 -5 Leumeah. 2 -1 -3 -2 -8 -2 J. Caxpbsxl, S.M.

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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

OflmpbeUtowa Lawn Tenaia Glut. Os Tuesday, May 2itb, notwithstanding the {boisterous weather, a very interesting match took place on the local ground between tbe Oampbelltown and 'Carnation' (Sydney) Iteims. The looal gentlemen were Messrs. J. S. Payteu, A. G. Payten, F. Clis.sold, and G. Sullivan, who easily defeated Messrs. Smith i{2), Gregg; and Wilson by 47 games to 21 games. . A single between A. G. Payten and ?pit. Gregg (of Asbfield), also resulted in a vic tory for tbo local player by 6 to 4. Mrs. J. H. Sullivan kindly provided afternoon tea for sll wbo were present.

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The Flavor of Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

The Flavor of Butter. It has frequently bean observed that in Ane-J tralia, at least, factory butter lacks that deli-, oioas characteristic of home-made butter known in the trade as ' nutty ' flavor.' Thet reason assigned for this is that separated cream is rarely allowed to ripen in factories, B9 in the case when the milk is 'set' to cream., In the Danish factories, after separation the cream is lifted up by a oiest simple yet ingeni ous elevator in a Pasteuriser ; thence it flows into oak tubs, where, after cooling, it ia ripened by means of a ' starter' or pure cul ture, and about eighteen hours are required be fore it develops a proper degree of ripeuess. ,

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Postal laformatioa. Hails are despatched from Oampbelltown as under : — Sydney and North, 8.46 a,m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exoepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same time as Oamden. Miuto, 8.46 a.m., Sundays excepted. Ingleburn, S.i6 a.m., Sundays excepted. Graoville, 3 p.m. and fl p.m., Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wedderbum, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, fi.30p.rn., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepted. Douglas Park, same time as Picton. Uenangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex oepted. . ? ? . . ?

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