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ALD. H. WILLIS AT CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Ald, H. Willis at Campbelltown. On Friday evening last, Aid. H. Willis, of Camden, addreBsod a ineetiug - of electors in the Town Hall, Campbelltown, in favor of tbe Convention Bill. There was a good attend' ance, and the Mayor (Aid. Barker) occupied the chair. Mr. Willis, who was well received, spoke at considerable length, and gave a very clear and lucid exposition of the Bill. He said that the question of federation was one of tbe vastest importance to the youngest person, as, al though he coajd not rote on the matter, he wonld have to live under the Constitution for all time. The arguments used against the Bill were ail bogeys. The Constitution bow submitted to tbe people of Australia was the freest that the world had ever seen, end the people of Great Britain were looking forward to tbe proposed union of Australia as a means of moulding the future policy of England. The speaker, referring to the matter of oppo sition to the Bill, said tbat the Daily Telegraph only decided to op...

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

CoHGHEOlTIOHAI. ChVHCU. Sunday Services : Morning at II ; evening at 7 in wmt- r, 7.8* in summer. Communion : Pint Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Bpeoial service to attract those who attend no church —young men in particular : Last Sunday even ing in the m mth. Short, bright, interesting addreas. Banker's hymns. Sunday School: Everv Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday, -r when parents and fiienda of scholar* are invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Bdigiou* Instruction at Public Sohool : Every Tuesday morning ft 10. .. ? ? -?? Bible Class cor young men and women ; Alternate Wednesday, evenings at 8: Choir practice at close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At« o'clock on the Wednesday evening before Communion Sunday. * 8eriioe every Sunday afternoon at Arcadii at 3.30 o'clock. Mr.HSkerritt and Kev. O. A. Raves, - 6 A., alternately. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev: G. A. Raves, B.A.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

RoMUf Catholic Chubcb. Sunday : First Mssa, 8.80 a.m. ; second Hasa, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation ; Miu, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.80. Rev. J. Dommb.

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FEDERATION. THE VOTE ON THE BILL. TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PER FAVOUR OF THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

* FEDERATION. THE TOTE ON THE BILL. ? To The Elkctohb Q? Nkw South Waieb *' - PKB FAVOB OF THK WDJTOB i GkmikJSen,— In addressing yon on the «ve ' «if the *ioat tunm-nious day that lug yt?l dmtnrd on Aonlwlia since its fir*t settlement, I di- not pn-sume to ft|teak to you simply $s a private ciIiefd— though even It 1 did yon woull not, I am confident, ft fuse me cour teoug bearing— but at) one who hag been honored by ynuri.lv. a «ith a trust al once distingmtbid and oniToni* I am alt to you t no* a* tJm mau wb»u- joh plated first among your cliostn dek gales tii tlio Ftderal Cmiven tiuu, and in ihe man upon whom you, nt much, indeed bb tlio volts of «he members of tin' Gpiitventirtn1 theutaltes. conferred thesiill in'ire responsible p.isilion of the leadership of thai august body. To that ditaHtiunijiin tliea, a»d under thin dual responsibility, I address you. and appeal loytiii with all the sineeriiy, aud all the earnestness of cuy nature, to vote tor l\m acceptance ot the Dratt Bi...

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

The GampMltown Herald WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED TUB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 1. 1698.

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Then and Now. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

: .town *ad Wo~. ? Spbikino at Dapto recently, Hr. J. L. Thomp son, travelling agricultural lecturer, said there were many things in connection with a dairy farm that onght to be done by the women . of the household ; but he was afraid in many cases this fact was overlooked. The condi tions of farm life were Ihus happily pat- by Dr. Franklin in 1767 :— The farmer's at tbe plough, Hie wifu'e milking the cow, His boy's threshing in^he bam, His daughter's buoy Spinning yarn, All happy to a charm. Tbe condition of things now-a-days, he said, might thus be described : — The farmer's gone to the show, His daughter'e at the pi-*n-o, His matron dreeieatn satin, „ Bis boy's learoiogXatin, And there'* a mortgage en the farm. Mr. Thompson, mentioned that all bis children had to learn how to milk properly, and he had sent one of his daughters home to a dairy col lege in Scotland to become properly instructed in butter-making, etc.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

PusBimui CmiRou. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, «nd during sum mer months at 7. SO. Sunday scboolat 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— KeUgious instruction, publio school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Ptayer meeting and thoir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Matue on Friday evening!, 7—9. Bbv. D. Moors, B.A. Rev. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge). WESLtYAX CKtJBCU. June 6 — Mr. B. Proctor at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Pictom Pabisu.— Roman Catholic Not received.

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A Good Face to Have. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

* A Good P«» to mm. Rbatoxiho power.— A high, long, and well, diihoed m-M and -a broad face feghibits thw great faculty. , Moral c-nr«ge -This faculty manifests itself hj *(de tiuatrils, sho-t, neok, and eyes1 net, dirpctlf iiWnint. ?* -L&ngliBjre,— Thin faculty is exhibited in many |«rls of the Uee, j^tticoferly by a large mouth aud latyps full eyes, tfteoed wide. Self- vtHwn —Tim Acuity »fcowB)t*olf in ? lung or drop npper lip Large ««lf-estait'm gut* one -dignity, «e)f-contrbl, and perfect iq j«(iendrnce '' » ^ Kirianets — The presence of this faculty, when very large, is indicated bj along, broad cbm Firmness is sjuonymoui witb wilfal ne*», perseverance, and stability. Pai-wpti'in t-f character —This » indicated by s long, high nose «t tbe lower end of tb« lip. This faculty is very uiofol, if not indis pensable, in a judge in the ejterciae of the functi-in of hi* office. Powers of observation. — Tbe situation of this faculty is iu the faoa jnst above the tip of the nose,...

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THE NEW NATION. WHAT YOU VOTE FOR WHEN YOU STRIKE OUT "NO" ON FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

THE NEW NATION. What Yoo Vote Foe When Yoo Steikb Odt 'No' On Fbidat. * BV ' PRICE WARCNd.' You Vote for Union.— You vote for nniou ': with your brothers, with men of the same :- race, heritage, institutions, and aspirations. You wilt give political unity where now there is political severance between .brother and brother. You Vote for National Safety.— Just as a ,-' ''' chain ia no stronger than its weakest link, so tbe wealthiest and largest part of Australia i'b unprotected if a weak, and poor colony is . . liable to be attacked. If Tasmania it seized ? as e coaling base by a rival power, even tein , porarily. what enormouB tosses would he inflic ted on New South Wales and Victoria. It is beside the qneation to argue that the Anglo-' Australian fleet— our first line of defence — - will prevent the seizure of Tasmania. That fleet -may be engaged, in a death grapple in Torres' Straits, off the coast of New Zealand, or. in tbe neighborhood of Samoa. The New South -Wales federal cont...

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Speaking the Whole Name. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Speaking the Whole Name. A FniEN'D says the following story is a fact : Two boys of tender years, who mint -by- the name of Tom and Jack, became members 'of a district school in a certain town. On making their appearance, the teaohor called .them up before the assembled school and proceeded to make certain interrogatories concerning their names,' age, etc. - ' ' ' Well, my fice lad,' said tbe teacher to tbe first one, ' what is your name V '' Tom,' promptly answered the juvenile. 11 Tom I' suid the teacher. ?? That doesn't aonod well ; remember always* to speak the whole name. You ahoold have said Thomas. Now, my son (turning to the other boy, whose expectant face suddenly lighted np at (he satisfaction of a newly comprehended idea), now, then, will you tell me what your name isf' ' Jack-ass !' replied tbe lad in a tone of confident decision. Tha teacher was taken with a sadden fit of coughing.

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She Changed Her Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

She Changed Hor Iliad. 'Don't sit up for uie to-night, dear/' said the Emancipated Woman, as sha looked ipto the sewing-room, where her husband Wag darning stocking!). ? - The bnsbaud looked op from bis .work and listened as bis wife went out. puttioe on her gloves the while : ' I find it necessary to post my books to* night, and shall probably be very late getting borne.' '?Stay a* l-ing as you like,' replied the patient husband, sweetly ; ' no doubt I shall be rather late myself to-night.' ' You f' asked the Emancipated Woman in astonishment. 'Yes.' ' Where are you going, may I enquire ?' ' I am going to attend a meeting of the League for the Emancipation, of Husbands.' 'Indeed I On Beoond thoughts I tbiuk I will postpone' settling op 'my books until some futare time, and' we'll spend a quite evening together, just as we used to when we -were first married.' ' Very well, love. In that case I won't go to tbe League meeting.' And the husband put np his lips for a kiss.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

In Memoriam. AN " In Memoriam" service for the late Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone was held in the Pres- byterian Church on last Sabbath evening, and was largely attended. The preacher, the Rev. Robt. Steel, M.A., chose for his text, Pro- verbs 10th chap. and 7th verse, " The memory of the just is blessed," and said that the Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, Britain's greatest Commoner, a Christian and Statesman, was born of Scottish parents in Liverpool — his father, a pure Scotsman (a Lowlander), his mother, a Highlander ; these were combined in tbe son, the keen business capacity of the one and the stern intellectual- ity and fire of the other. His school days at Eton were marked by a diligence and sterling character that were exemplary. At ?????? at Oxford his scholarship was proved, and his high-toned character left an impress upon his contemporaries, and it remained to exercise   its influence years after he quitted it with double honors. In politics, with his utter...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

Local aad iOt&eral- No good mother should be without Whyte's Anti-Cong!). ? Tbe Direct Supply Milk Co., as will be seen from advertisement elsewhere, is seeking fresh suppliers. ? The death is announced of Miss Tripp, cousin of Messrs. Thos. and. Ohas, Tripp, of Campbelltown.                   The report of 'Mr. J. L. Thompson's ibeet? ing in the Town Hail on Monday evening is unavoidably held over till next issue. . Best English and American confectionery, 8ons. for 9d. There are some beautiful lines among them. — J. Rigelsford, Oampbelltonn.* Look out for the important auction sale of Mr. D. H. Warby's household furniture and effects. Sale day: Saturday next, at 11 o'clook sharp.* We offer our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hagan, jun., of Leumeah, in the loss of two of their children last week, death being due to diphtheria. The entertainment to bs given on ...

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FEDERATION. THE FIGHT FOR THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 1 June 1898

FEDERATION. THE FIGHT FOR THE FLAG. The fight for the flag of Australia has been a month-long series of vic tories, and Friday next — Referen- dum Day — is appointed for the final and decisive rout of the Anti-Fede ralists. Their defence has been stubborn, but they have been driven from shelter to shelter, from fallacy to fallacy, until they stand at bay in the corner of provincialism. Pro vincial prejudice, conservative tim idity, blind self-interest, and all the hosts of political extremists have been on their side ; but against them stand the great mass of Aus tralian patriotism. The united in   telligence and judgment of the people are fighting for Federation, and mean to have it. It is the stand of prejudice against reason — of weakness against strength, and the issue is certain. The Anti Federalists know this, and their last hope is the "80,000 votes" clause   and a wet day — the defeat of the people's will by a combination of Parliamentary trickery a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

The average woman knows how to manage her daughter's husband. Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Conghs ? and colds, never fails, Is 6d and 2s Cd. ' Mothers, do not neglect your children in. time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough. The Sooth Coast and West Camden Coope rative Coy. reports under date June 4th?:—. , -'4.Butter,w-The market has been dull and un satisfactory all the week, many sellers advo cating a reduction in values. Sooner than lower valnee, a concession of a half-penny per pound has been made on, a per centage of best brands. As previously advised, the high price ib checking consumption materially. Victorian buyers have also recently been ope'r- ; at ing on -he New Zealand market in prefer ence to this.' Od-operation has made Denmark a flourish ing little country. Now the Dane boaBtB- in the words of a co-operative factory, manager, ' We Danes are not afraid of sny competition in the bacon-curing business. We have a co operative creamery in every parish 'in the country, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Wx.viip the:lo)J§!W^3hife|reB»ing, lettfir from ;-X, .^f VsS^J .iOTnlemp^fca^j^*,^':..'^ ;- ^iTij'lifoTbf a 'pikf arterii inflonWpdly on« i';; ' y'r :^K iH '^»x^ya£-^'in^wt^it^^tri^;wAiiAi-^.: ??'? ?. '?'?**?*??% ^isconcerapdi at anyratp. ^KHhiting' tbalt' the. - ' T ~~; ?.I, «xperiencPB-ol Bocri i' tierson%e:Si&ht?aDroVe* : ?- :??-; :'' Sjci^hT^,^nf^8pV»^la^r^MBe0r.-- ''?: \fi~0 ^^Ws^^vJB^|nJe^i*w^.'^»*r^e- ? - /'^ ? ^ itt.-S 3;3^rfllnrrStr?M.;ipJiih)n; Bfimf. :?:;}& V ; ; .;;[. - ; VlAm^fflUimafi^y^^^^i^MiviiVfi- . L *? and ri3« on:^fe*a)rl:«hflh dislHbjijng ^rhillr, : :' - V:: '^ We serve _.ia ye^ao'n5»nfind.!^Y=nii -atu-eadily : S si-fl' ihat. ^ie -*ery^bWnrj» orsmy occnpBlion . -?. '. ? . :'?-,, ?'' fof,WhaleVdr|i£p^s^%mV-aot.'JlintipAlh1i '???- ?? ??????'??;'[? our customers. Itifi*om*18Tunnthrago that, after being ont in Very inclement wgather.T '. » commenced to suffer f mm aching agonjps in limbs and body, and flying pains and stiffness in the joints'; And t...

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Jim's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Jim's Philosophy. Whbn the sun wbs blazra'snd blisteriri' down. He'd cross his legs an' say : . . ? '] Here's what I hold : If the weather was cold We wouldn't be makin' hay.' When it rained three weeks, with never a stop. An' folk for the sun vent wjshin', Then Jim ud smile, ,' Well, arter a while Thar'll be powerful lots 0' fish in'. When the engiue jumped, an* the train -was ditched, An' the folk by tbe wreck surrounded, He says, says he : ' If we'd been at sea We all on us might 'a been drownded 1' An' when they told him ha couldn't live, An'he'd die some time, or other, Jim says, says he : ' Well, I'm glad it's me, ' Fer it might eer been Molly or mother,' The infant daughter of John Stewart, of Blackwood (Vic.) was burnt to driath on Monday. A railway gatekeeper at West Maitland was terribly injured on Monday by coming in don tact with the gate, which was struck by a pass ing tr-tin, Subscribe to this paper. — Is per quarter.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

XiOOfll &&d €ti&-3?Al- It is said that W Jockey Cinb Is likely to be formed jtCamfleriK- . ? ? ;, Heavy rflin has fallen since M-ind«y even ing. The i moistuije.,*raB much needed, ;? for Children's flacking Oongh take Wooded Great PeppPrmint Cure, Is 6-i and 2s Cd. Tinders are iritJted in tjiis Issue for thej erection, ot ' a '* vfofWrboartl coltage; {labbr^ only). .-; ' ?'? '? ?; -.7 V~ [ 'vj. ' '?;--?.:;; '.-fffrJ-'.Thdk Gamiile will Offer household fur niture, Ptc, at jhis nsnaV Weektj tale this (Wednesday) afternoon. ? ; . Please try the hiscuit I sell called ' Nero,' also the line of buns every Friday and Satur day, — J. Rigelaford, Campbelltown.* A'l first-class storekeepers -keep Wbyte's Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those nsing Anti-Congb. An old identity of Campbelltown, in the: person of Edward Jordan, died on Friday last. Of late I') had been nn inmate of tho Institu tion for the Aged-st Jjivprpool. On Th...

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A Milking Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

A Milkiag Macteae. Milkrjg by tnRchinery may be considered fairly established in the Taranaki dairyfarm ing districts, writes the Canterbury (tT.Z.) Tihbb. Three installations of the Ctmnington pulsstor milker have been rnnning there during the past season with sncli satisfaction that orders have just been executed for seven ten head machines for large farmers in the Mid hurst and Hongotea districts, nnd arrange ments have been mndfl for the execititm nf further orders. The good work of 'the Cun nington milker has been heard of in Australia, and a special plant, milking ten cows ot a time, with nickel-plated suckers — a most creditable piece of workmanship — will he sent to Sydney this week for exhibition nurpoBPB. The cheapness, simplicity, and cleanliness of this milker, and thafnet that with irs use the most fractions and stubborn cows become docile and give their miik freely, have com mended it to the ownerB of large dairy herds, »nd there is no doubt tbo milking machine will be...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

GMuplwUtoTra Muaioipal CouaoiL Tits orainsrjr fortnightly meeting: ^f the \h-ve was hejdJri the council chambers on TJiarfiSar evening 4»r, k ^h^^te'&etehl— yLMermem ^^Tk^lfM^orjiiVe^wei), ^yie,-. Fowler, ;^*&blS^8»|a,Oi^ham:: ^ ;- 'The mimit''B of previous meeting were read and adopted. 1 -ir_.: '..??. -:,;y4S'j .-: v-:{ . '?;. ;?? ?y'-:^ '?; t '? i, ?;;;t-V^': '^BR^rosKpOB.'?::;',;: '''&'?:??*. 7f&MhT Mr. Ww. Irtrmnur, *cknow!eaging receiptof i&oncil Vletter^rA 'i*gard'*o ^^jitvlng an Fbtertainmentin aid.ifihd Town Hall Stnge fiijting Fnnd, and snbmi) ting «n off er to play for'^j ^Siiwever, in the event of tho j-erf--rrt-. ance realising leas than tlmt sum, he would be willing to accept the 'proceeds, ? thus Assuring the council against loss. He thought it pro-, babif th'ht tlic ronnci! would benefit .to the ex tent ot ,£10 or £11 by the performance, and said he.would be flgreealile to give n series of entertainments on ' similar terms unti...

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