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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, May 30, 1697. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

???{- '???'?' 'V v^Waife;^p«affc ' SOUTH C0A8T AND WBST OAMDBN CO '?'??? - '???'?'?'-' ' r Sromw. llty »». 1897. ' - - Batttr, crefcery, par lb., I8d -o !«;,?. ., »a-Sry. 1M to 18-i „ first quality, dairy, Oi IHd to 12d „ aeccmd quality, dairy, to-f m lid Bkoun, beat hsuu-eured Bd to 614 ? ? bacon, best mieUu cured, 6|o to Od Btcon, beat hoavv and rough, -tyi Bams, best kand-cured, TW to SJd Hams, machine cared, 7MW8J - Lard, 4d to fid - ? -r. . ? Cheese, first ou.Htv, Cd to /-}d „ second quality, id to*4Ji Honxy, sa to 2id Hide*, per lb.,2Jd l»4i ' Calf-sMaf, «ck, Bd to 2* 04 ' Flour, flrat quality, per toa,£iaOs*dt* £13 lOi flour, second quality, f IS 6* Uaiie, per bushel, u«w, 2a 3d to 2i 6d . Wbs«t,8. Odto*s«d GfaaftVpertoo, «816*0dto£» !0j Od - : Bailer, Ope, 3* «d to 3* 8d - Rye graa lead, p*r busK, t* Od to 6* 64 Cocksfoot grass sted, per bash., 9a to fit fld - toran, 8li to fid ' . Pollard, 8)d to 9d Oclf,*vd,2s8dto3t]0c] ' Oats, Ised, 2s 6d U 2a 7d 0joiona,'|-ertott,i9OsOdt...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

The whole of the household furniture and effecta of Mr. D. H. Warby, of lugleboro,. will bs offered at auction on Saturday next. Sale couunenees at 11 o'clock Sharp.* His was an expressive face, a face pf the vegetable marrow type ; a mouth, well in, might have been cut with a hay spade, and' such a voice, something between a leaky cis tern and a -foghorn, but he had sense and eighteen pence. He says to the storekeeper, now, have you got a bottle of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for coughs snd colds,' nothing else will do for me ; it beats hospitals..' He got it. Fop Sale, A FINE Block of LAND, situated on the -a- Appin-road, CatnpbeUtown, and adjoin ing Mr. Booking's property ; smtable for building site. For full particulars apply to Denis Gaeeoll, Appio, or M. O'Shaknessx, Oampbelltown.

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A Young Man's Influence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

A Touig Man's Influence. Youno man, did it ever occur to you why someone you are acquainted with had more in fluence than another ? Why he was looked up to, and commanded the respect of his associ ates to a greater degree than some others? Certainly you will find such a case, and the reason is not because he or they may have more money than tbe others, but because their daily conduct is such as to inspire confidence. The young men of to-day bave within their grasp and should use facilities for tbe cultiva tion of character. They possess advantages which those of no other age did.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

CHVRCK SERVICES. Church o» England.— St. Pstors. Sunday services : Morning at 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7. SO in summer. Holy Communion : First Sunday in the month at morning service ; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., exoept in the months of Jane, July, and August. Chi festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Serf ice at 7.80 p.m.; choir practioe M 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Denham Court— fit Mary's, 11 a.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, June 6, 16; 3 p.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, 29, June 12. 26. Gt. James', lnglebum— U a.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, 29, June 12, 26 ; 3 p.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, JuneS, 19. Evening services when an nounced. Rsv. T. V. Alkin.

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

i : Mr. C. R. BLACKETT. F.C.S., : I: ^owrnwent Unatfisl. I-w»^obt. Swm«» Bi., ^ ;; -- ? r Melbourne, Sept. 21st, 1897. ; - -- '1 bare examined the . ' ??.-?? V, M/^m^^^^^^-^ ~- CEY3LON i ' ', ', and am able to affirm that tt is of first-class quality. It is rich In ! - \\ extract, of pleasant aroma and flavor. «nd absolutely pure. 1 '' . '?'? '(Signed) C E. BLACKETT, AnaljticalChemUt.' '? ) ', She Nirvana Tea Co. which puts up:its Tea (n lead In th» Country ! ! '? In which It Is grown, -In order that it may raach th6 public in the original' ' ; r:'~ \\ packets, has appointed as its local agent— ' .' '? ','??? \\ tlp* MES. ¥. W. LEES :j ; - ' . ? ?-'«'. ; ; . From whom FREE package may be 'obtained. . J - ' As this well-known Grocery House will- vet Its Tea direct frwra* ? ; ',', Ceylon, conaumers will be slveu an opportunity «r purchaslns; thur Tea' ,, ; . - ? off the very Gardens that produce it. _ ; ???..-.. . : - ►. ? ?-. ;, r(N FOVND* .and HALF PGUNpS. - .

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He Knew Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

He Knew Boys The boy had applied for*a job. ' We don't like lazy boys around here,' said the boss ; ' are you fond of work ?'' ' No, sir,' responded the boy, looking the boss straight in tbe face. ' Ob, you're not, ain't you ! Well we want a boy that is.' '? They ain't any,' said the boy, doggedly. ' Oh, yes there are ; we have had halfa dozen of that kind here this morning to take the place we have.' ' How do you know they are V asked the boy. ^ ' They told m« ep.' ' So could I if I waa like them, but I'm different ; I ain't a liar,' and the boy said it with suoh an air of convincing energy that he got the place.

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A Tall Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

A Tall Stoiy. They have a Baron Munchansen in Japan. The following extraordinary story is from a Japanese paper : — ' While storming the first line of forts at Port Arthur, a soldier belonging to the 24th Regiment raised his rifle to fire at an unusually conspicuous Uninatnan. Just as he was about to fire, a5 'bn!l«t from the enemy's side came whizzing- on, and, marvellous to relate, entered the barrel of his own gun as smoothly and neatly as if the mnzzleB bad been plseed mouth to mouth. Of. course, them wim-an. explosion, «nd -the iroldTCr's -piece was shattered totli stock, but without his receiving any injuries whatever. A fractional variation to the right or left would have caused the hostile bullet to euter his head or face, so that his escape was nothing short of miraculous.'

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Her Reason. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Set Season. The young man picked up his hat, snd looked sadly at the lining. 'There is no hope for me?' be asked, faintly. tfNone whatever,' replied the beautiful girl, her eyes filled with compassion. wueu ne reacuea tnc door be turned towards her again. ' I have to thank you for one thing,' he said, bitterly. . ' What is that V she inquired, very eagerly. ' You have not told me that you would be a sister tome.' 'I thought of that,' she rejoined, hur riedly ; ' but I suddenly remembered. ' What ?' he asked rather shortly, ss he stopped. ' That I promised this morning to marry yonr father.'

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

— _ '^:-;sfc':-- '. '... : ' ' ? ? ?? ??$£-?'?? - '? ' . . —THE— ? ..-' 'jfe.: (PUBEH3HED -MffltT WEDNESDAY ^ M|KISTG) IS OFI 1l3y0P BEST IWER^ISIM .mBitvfinT OF SOTET. ;.-?'- . ? t»WMm4»-i«nMMi»Mimi J~^E?''' ' . v AI-VEI^i;i:S3Eilgjt& . . Making use of its columns ate guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation thtpphout the Camden, Cumberland and Bdwral Electorates. '*ns Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch; Is 6d each additional inch^li^M reduction for standing advts. -^-. JOB - P RIN TI 1W « - JOB ^+r . In all its branches, and at prices that defy competition ! ? ^|^4 J. M'GLTNN, Proprietor. - ?- .... ??-'???'?'-. ' ?'????. '-? - '? --}.::, ^U;'y''- '. . ?'?-'. . . . An XL-SUtA OP... 00 II Photo-Enjfi»vhig«ofSoon«, Citioe, Indus. Ji Ail triw, uid InterMtlnz Ptmirt of Auitraliw CUT Life, with couoiB?Utenury description*, To be completed /a .... Twer)ty-Pour Fortnigbtly ONE 5HILUNG rftnTS, EAOH OONTAINIMatfS PHOTtMRAPMIO «MS. A PMorlMl KeeorS of the Land to **#«* we lire. A Sup...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Wise a!jd Otherwise. Dynamite was not invented till the year 18JJ8. ' ''....' In Persia, cutting the hair is a sigh of mourning. The average person -wears nearly 14lbs. of clothing. ' Lord Salisbury has been in offi cial life about 44 years. Forty per cent, of the clergy in England are said to be smokers. The poorer a family the -more romantic the names given the child ren. . ^ A nutmeg of the largest size Mill produce no more.ihan &lbe. of nu^ megs, ' '?; ? . . r' 3. '' ''* r. It is said that a diet of garlic is is :a wonderful aid to the com plexion. The man who drove dull care away found that it came back sharpened. , ' A scientist declares that a foggy atmosphere is actually beneficial to the. complexion. -??;: JMitn wante somebody to answer his-^uestions and nobody to. ques . : .'? ? ' ,-aon.his|^^s; ^:S^:k-^: '? £ fe; S /^S^^oes^i; put jn its leisure ':?'? ? -, ' -jBme blowing a horn; .The lion, though he stands no higher than a large mastiff, is from six to eight feet...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Railway luftnDiitiwL SyBNBY-CAMPBELtrOWN TRAIN ?? '?$% '. SERVICE. . .;?;?. ;^ : Wee:k-iajrJB*-™*i--'i-:v-.'^ ?.-?' ': :''#3 We Sydney. '? ^ ' . AjartwCRtMrni. ' ^ * 1.30 p.m. £06 p.m. t 5.15 6:05 ?(? 5.18 6-4S . - ? 6.50 8.28 t 9.08 9.59 ; 11.80 1.00 a.m. ..;?'? Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.06 a.m. 1.55 p.m. ' = 3.15 p.m, ' 2.28 3.28 6.10 # 7.17 Leave C'town. . Arrive Sydney. ,./ ?4.48 a.m. 6.00 a.m. ' :? 7.85 8.46 8.40 9.85 9.15 10.43 p.m. . 12.80 p.m. 2.05 8.38 . 4.45 -4.00 S.44 -, 8.38 10.12 -^ Sunday Service : ' , Leave Sydney. Arrive O'town. 9.10 a.m. 11.05 a.m. *:i 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 . 7.15 9.00 9.69 ? 9.30 .. lli)l Leave C'town. Arrire Sydney, 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.55 9.14 12.80 p.m. . 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.48 8.30 1O4-5 |- Saturdays escepted. ? Mondays exwptefl.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE ABBA. ' The penny postage area embraces the following toVni :— Appin, Bring' Hy, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Oobbitly, Douglas Park,; Eokenley; Glenfield, Oreeodale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park, Ingleburn, Liiddenham, Menangla, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, NareUan, The Oaks, Pioton, Prestons, Thirlmfrc, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out sidu these-diitoneee the pottage is 2d half ounce. W. 'Wood, Postmaster.

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READ THIS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

READ THIS CASE. Mr. T. W. Jemenson, Jobn-st., Singleton, N.S.W., writes on August, 1896 :— It gives me pleasure to state that Clements Tonic has cured me of general debility, from which Isaf fered for eighteen years. The doctors informed me that in addition to the above cumblaint. I suffered from dyspepsia, and I had every reason to believe they were correct in their diagnosis of my ailments, for under no circumstances could I feel cheerful, in fact my life was a misery. Reading one of your articles, I deter mined to give dements Tonio a trial, with a roost happy result. I certainly gave it a fair trial, taking it regularly for three months. I am more than pleased to say that now I em iu tbe rery best of health and feel as though I can enjoy life. I have great pleasure in sign ing myself, yours truly,— -T. W. JemeDBon, Jobn-st., Singleton, N.S.W. Society is divided into two classes— the fleecers and the fleeced. No man ever achieved fame by depending on the labors of others. Mothers...

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

; Tbe sale of 'Mr. Warby's property at' Ingle' burn ou Saturday next will start at 11 a.m. sharp. '-Everybody should attend.* ' For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2s Gd.

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

'THRICE 18 HE ARMED WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST.' CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'8 GREAT RESTORA TIVE, HAS CURED MOKE OASES OP INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAK NESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY, BRIGHTS DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINT, THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you are sick and valns your life, insist on haviug Clements Tonic, and no substitute, or you will be disappointed.

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The Convention Bill. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

The Conventioa Sill. (To THE EdITOBI Sir,— Will you kindly permit tne to reply, through the medium of your columns, to the letters of your correspondents, ' For the Bill' and Mr. A. R. Payten, criticising a previous letter of mine on the bouuties question. From £he tenor of your correspondents' remarks,! gather that they are both under the impression that Victorian bounties will cease to ti|t under the Commonwealth. Mr. A. R. J?sjr ten charges me with omitting to quote Sections 90 and 9,1 ofjhe Bill: Neither of these sec tions refute my arguments in tlie smallest de-' gree. Section 91 deals with future bounties, and is not, therefore, pertinent to the question, but Section 90, part of which I will now quote, will show tbat your correspondents are entirely in error m supposing that on the adoption of the Bill local bounties previously imposed will be wiped ont. The section con tains this saving sentence, which makes it as dear as language can do, that the Victorian bounties may conti...

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

'13»tiWix. ' ' ''. - - ? *?* sroKJIBSi 3X..DUBA.. i AMBEIOA. CAUTIOUS. , i*' jbnttaoAfaas detmed it *dvis*ble, owing Uo the freat mortality now ' prevailing, and the jittr *pi-ro»g.h of the nnbealtby season jn' dub*, to take prepantionwy mtmmmiot «afe ^uardiq^ tpe JieaHJnoT fa«r forces ..engaged *bere, Assbomng^bejinps^ativ^Betadr-tnia -step, DdVoniv havener own Joroea been nre pared^bttt ?rraBgementSare^in^^nade to *app)j th» inaurgenU with toemnl storeB, jDsJnng into wsoount tbe serious reoommenbV tions it General Wjles, Col P. A. Hoffman, and other inown military experts, it may safely be concluded that in the madioinr--ch«st room will have been found for Dr Williams' Pink Pills for P«le People, which effecled Juch a marvellous cure in the case of Mr, John Hinmgan, of 19 Bay-street, West Sydoef. ' My illoesi,' s*id Mr. Hmmgan to the re porter who called upon him, ' started at a good many other illnesses do— jusl a cold, and a* first, I didn't take macb aotic^ of it, ior „ I,Ve of...

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

For hacking or whooping cough use Whyle's Anti-Gougb. ? For asthmntical conghs and colds take Wood's. Great Peppermint Cure, Is fid and 2b 6d. Oaltnrc is dangerous when, it reaches the' point of taking a woman's mind off the thing Bhe bas in the oven. ? Sunday school teacher : ' Who waB Noah 1' Pupil : ' He was a weather prophet. When ho said it was going to ruin nobody believed him.' ' Aa I was going over the bridge the other day,' said a native of Erin, ' I met Pat Hewin?. *? Hewins,' says I, ' how are yon T ' Pretty well, thank you, Donnelly,1 says he. * Dnunelly !' sayB I ; ' that's not my name.' ' Faith, thun, no more is mine Hewins.' So with that we looked at a;cli other agin, an' ! sure enough it was naylhcr of us,' '

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Public Meetings. MR. GEOFFERY EAGAR AT CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

PtttUoUwtittgfl. Mb. Oeoitfhbt Eaqab at -Campbell Awir. On Wednesday eveuing last* meeting of elec tors was held in tha Town Hall, Oampbejltown, under tbe auspioi-s of the Anti-Convention Bill League, When Mr. A. (3. Eagar spoke in opposition to the Oouveutioo Bill. „ The at tendance was not Urge, not more thBn 40 per sons being present. Tbe Mayor (Aid. Barker) presided, and seats on the platform wer^ occu pied uy Aid. Caldwell and Mr. E. Berborh. Mr. Esgar's address did not occupy more than tbirty-or forty rjiinntes, but dnring that tittle he dissected tbe Bill at some length, and criticised its chief provisions— principally the financial clauses ; whilst he also dealt With the matter of representation in the Senate and tbe question »f tbe Federal capital. With the proposed representation in the Honse of Representatives — od a proportionate popala tion basis-- he found no fault ; but in tbe Senate, he said, things were entirely reversed, and minority was substituted for majority ra...

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MEETING AT APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Mbbtikgs xt Affix. ' ??? Mb. Varhby Paiikbs, M.P., addressed' ?« meeting in the Assembly Hall, Appin, on the evening of May 2 let, in opposition ito the Convention Bill. Mr. IT. Winton, J P.; oc cupied tbe chair, and there was a large atttn^ anc«. Mr. Parkas vigorously attacked itfiis Bill, and at tbe conclusion of his address re ceived a hearty vote of thanks. Mr. Perkipjs ~«ras met at Campbelltown station and driven to and from Appin by Mr. J. Simpson. . .,:' | Alderman -Willie, of Oamden, addroslerl* meeting at tbe Imperial .Hotel Jpn ,&UNja?jr evening last iu support of the ConventioDBill. The attendance was very small, probably on account of the short notice given. Mr. Willis spoke for an hour and a half, and received the usual vote of thanks.

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