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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

THE PSALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers, Advertising loes not p iy ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. life is rial ! Life U earnest ! And the men who hopes to rise To tuccess in any calling Must expect to advertise. In Ihe world's broud field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is thu secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us We can make our heart sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of wale r Wears away the hardest stone The constant gnaw o' Towser Masticates the toughest bone The constant oouiug lover Carries off the blushing mai . And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets- the fade. Next visit to Sydney we strongly reonm mend the reader not to fail seeing the Cyclo rama of Jerusalem. 8 p.m. is the beat time to attend, as there has recently boon added a number of moet beautiful visions oi angels, and aerial and mechanical effects.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Railway Information. SYDNEY CHAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

^ .*-*-^.-, . .; , . :*,**^g2L?- 5 ._ ? -;:-.?. -r ? 4^.-'^.-- -^ 6YDNEi;-0A^SBi.i?TOWjir t»a1n- '. '-- ;-,,'i ? .?? Week-Say jBffvicer '?'.'-' ?.'?.'?-'.'??;?? ^?^Sm ?- 9.80. iui. '-?*?..-? ^.10.49% ????.-^ffl| ' 10.35 .? ' -.,/?.. = ::!«*:?- -.V ^« t 5.W ?' 6:43 :. ? -« . u:bo : ?????.vpo*h.- '..^Jm Saturdays (additional) : ,^.. , ? ^ ;,S?d 8.00 B.m. '? 9.0Sttto. Z.iM 1.55 p.«n., 3.17 p.m. ;???-$£ - g.28 8.28 -'-m 6.10 '7.17 , \:-ff ? ? — — ? ? :M£ Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. - ify ? 4.48 n.m. 6.00 a.m. . v-' - 7.35 8-46 ; .-\|g 8.36 9-35 *1 10.42 1210 p.m. H 18.30 p.m. 2.05 ???m 8 38 , 4.45 ? :rf| 4.00 - 5-44 ??^M 8.38 10.12 ?-? ,5| Sunday Service :, -S Leave Sydoey. Arrive G'tonn. fl 9.40 a.m. li.05.».w. -;| 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.w. '^ 5.50 7.15 as 9.00 9-59 '-P- 9.30 H.01 ^1 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4? 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. * 7.35 9.14 g 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m.- ...*$ 5.10 6.42 ?i 8.30 10.05 .^1 f Saturdays execptod. ? Mondays excepted. ^

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Variety Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Variety S&tertai&mo&t. Thb Mayor and aldermen of Campbelltown are extending their patronage to an entertain ment to be given locally on Thursday (tnmor row) evening by Mr. Win. Lnrmonr's Novelty and Variety Company. The nett proceeds of the entertainment are to bo devoted to fitting np the Town Hoi) stage, a work which is acknowledged by all to tie a very necessary one. It is therefore hoped that the public will patronise the entertainment liberally, and that a substantial snm will be renlisrd. Mr, L«ir mnur'a company is an exceptionally good one, and those who purpose attending on Thursday are -assured of a first-class evening's entertain ment. The prices of admission are — Front scats 28, back seats Is. A eocisl will follow the performance, the pricn of Admission to which is advertised elsewhere.

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CAMPBELLTOWM-CAMDBN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

CAMPBEIiliTOWN-CAMDKN TBAMWAY. ?: 'M Leave C'town. - At r. Camden. _; M 7.00a.m. - 7.85 a.m.. i*£j .8*0 . 9.25 .„? Vp 10.55 '.-11.85 .--..., ^ t 3.^3 p.m. 448 p.m.- r-;.m *.6.50 ? 7i26-.--- ' ?-'' -: :»i Leave Oamden. AjriveO'towii. ^S i C.50 a.m. 7.30 a.m. \i-fp 8.25 9-05 :M 10.05 10.45 *1 2.50 p.m. 3.80 p.m. ; j t 5.50 ? 6.80 :M I 7.50 8.30 /M t Sat'dayaoniy. ? Sat'daysexwp'd. JMon- ^ days only. Q On Sat'daye, leave Camden 7.55 ,|a P.m. ? _ ;';,g Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'tovrn : - «s. . yM Single. Return. Hoi. Esn. fl l«t 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd I Sydney... 42 26 60 3-C 5-3 3-0 I Granville. 34 20 4-9 210 4-0 2-8 j! Liverpool. 20 12 2-8 17 23 1-8 f| Casnia ... 1-8 -11 24 1-5 1-11 M Ij Glenfield. 14 -9 20 . 1.8 1-7 -11 9 Mac. Fds. 1-2 -8 1-9 11 1-5 -10 ^ Ingleburn 10 -7 1-6 11 13 -9 ,-g Minto ... -G -4 -9 -5 -9 -6 ^jgj Leumeah. -2 -1 -3 -2 -3 -2 -m J. Cawbbil, S.M. . . 3

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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Campbelltowa Lawa Teaais CIuTj. Taking advantage of the puhh'c holiday on Friday last, a match was arranged between the local club players and a team from Chatswood. The play proved interesting, especially the games in which Messrs. Clarke and Pockiey participated, as those gentlemen gave evidence of considerable knowledge nf the art of tennis plnying. Mfssrs. Fitzhardingc and Clarke were the other mem hers nf the visiting team, whilst Citmpbelltown was represented by — Messrs. F. L. Foster, J. H. Payten, K. Clis eold, and A. G. Payten. During the day 12 games were played, the total giving a victory for the home team by 47 games to 43. Mrs. Clissold and Mrs. Payten, sen., kindly volun teered to provide the tea during the afternoon.

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Postal Information. Mm* are despatched from Campbelltown as nnder : — Sydney and North, 10.16 ft.10., 8 p.m., end 9 p.m, Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Oamden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same lime as Oamden. Minto, 10.15 a.m., Sundays excepled. Ingleburn, 10.16 a.m., Sundays exeepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Liverpool, 9 p.m.. Saturdays excepted. . Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ii a.m. Picton, 0.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepled, Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. , Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepced. V1 „ Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 a.m., Sundays ei- cepted.

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Inspection of Dairy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Inspection of Dairy Cattle Thic dairymen in the northern and southern district?, who last week saw the president nf the Board of Health with regard to the inspec tion of dairy cattle, on Mondxy interviewed the Premier on the subject. Dr. Asbburton Thompson was also present. Mr. Reid agreed that some better system oF inspection was needed. The Health B -ard had, however, si-, ready recommended what lhe deputation de sired. It was proposed that two. veterinary surgeons should be located in the South Onast district, and one in the north,. This' would be an experiment to enable* the depnrtment%E-..dfl- cide as to the appointment of other officers in other parts of the colony. Thn Premier further stated that he cordially approved of the proposal, and advertisements would pro bably be published in a few days asking for applications for the three positions.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, BringJly, Brownlow Bill, Cam den, Cobbltty, Douglas Park, Eckcriley, Glenfield, Oreendale, Hoidsworthy, Boxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount -Hunter, Mulgo, N«rellan,. The Oaks, Picion, Prestoni, Thirlmore, Wallnce, Werombi, and Wilton. Out- ? side these diatanots the postage ia 2d h-ilf ounce. ? W. Wood, Postmaster.

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

'? ?? ? ^W^-W- - ???? ?? ?????: ? (PUBEISHED EVEfiY WEDNESD^fi^ENlNG) ® On ML. THE BIST AB?ptlM£0^^ SYMEI. '-'? ? '? ADVERTISERS ' Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-flde Oirc^tlo^piroughout the Oamden, Cumberland and Bbsmil E^cfcprates'. -W - Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch ; Is 6d each additional i|oh; liberal reduction for standing advts. ?? ' ? : ? ? — — ?&/??. .v.v':V ? ? -. '? :''' / -^— . job i- jpx^i,^apAia|jSp-;;/:!f- wiob ^— *- In all its branches, and at prices that dery.'4on-pelidon ! . '?'' ..... .', ? . . ' '^f-&-.-; 3. M'GLYNN, Proprietor. '. : -' '-V^' '- . - ? ? ? . :.ste: -,.-l -. . .' ? WmMm ? ; S&ESiIEHsHEsfllS ...AM AL.BIU-\ OP... 00/1 Photo-Enxnivings of goenw, Cities, Indus Anil Met, and inturastiriK Phtue« of Australian VUT ute, with concise flwrsry desoriptioui. To be completed fa .... Twenty-Pour portqiybtly ONE SHH-MNG parts, CAM ODMTAIMim 10 PHOTOBRAVMIC OfH«. A Plitortal Heard of tb» Land IB wkhk we lire. A S...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Give attention and you will.gj& knowledge. A sinister glance betokens an evil purpose. . J The fire of vanity is fed by the food of flattery. ; A kindly feeling ^cannot fail to touch the iheart. The matrimonial knot quite often results in a tangle, c A husband without manliness is a tree without a root. ; Never-let your curiosity get the better of your discretion. ''' A wife without Intelligence is;a flower without a perfume. ? The highest friendship must al ways lead us to the highest plea sure. — — . There is nothing so kindly as kindness, and nothing so noble as truth. Many shall court distinction for whom the wedding day will never be set. ? ?T«8 not your prosperity, but your actions, that perpetuate your memory. . . ^_ ....?-, and ere long thou shalt sell thy necessaries: Go straight forward in the way .of duty. Providence will take oare of the rest. - Kindness— -a language which the dumb can speak and the deaf can understand. , Everybody but the und...

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

'f|ll||g|||||j| fi£TOR.WJHIGH'S. . Tto day wbs young and «6tf»rfcpebt, A» through the busy «treets there went . A^outh ?a» yet.tonkpown to fame), . . During doit th« wtsU-known name— ' ? - His «y* wa* bright, bis foctn upright: HeheldiUhuiBer tothB«ghti HtabuslnaMttere, tp»dverfi60 She Powdei iamedfor CaVes and PIm— , «BB. WAUOfffl.' Nor enow, nor ioe,wer« seen about, A» lustily that yonth did ?houti ' If Baking Powder iou would choose, And not inow whioh the bent tome, flBt «DB. WAUaHB.'' ' Oh stay I ' a maldeb said, ' Oh sUy i And tell me ; when I nook to-duy VHak Baking Powder rnh&U I trj ?' The youth lie answered with a cry— 'GET BE. HiOOHB.' ' Listen, friend,' tin old man said, ' My wife she does not make good bread, Tho' uiauy powders she doth use.' The youth said,^- ' Powders bud yoiiohopm -OES DH. WABOH'fi.' ' Til tell my wife,' the old man cries, And when the Powder good ake tries J , 11 The bread I know will be quite light,' TUe youth repea-ta with his ' good night...

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

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements intended for in sertion in this paper should reach the office not later than 2 o'clock on Tuesdays in each week. if J i U I *' ^ 3D a m H ll i ii il i Si el i If Si ?« fi T CO $ W or: O o - .v ? _cs ? MUSIC. ? MUSIC. Ntw Songs, Dances, Pianoforte, Piano and Violin Music, full bine, ou best paper, 2d each or 13 copies poBt free, Ss.— All C.R. MubIc Books, Annuals. Dance Albums at sreut reiuciions. Catalogues and s mple copy free on application to DAVIS ind HARRIS, 83 Elizabeth street, Sydney.

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Why Women "Nag." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Why 'Women 'Naff.' A celebrated physician writes the following on uagging women : — ' Nine times out of ten the woman who nags is tired. One time out of ten she is hateful. The cases that come under the physician's eye ara those of the women who are tired and who have been tired so long that they are suffering from some form of nervous dispose. They mav think they are only tired, but, in fact, they ore ill. and it is thnt sort of illness in which the will is weakened, and the patients give way to an noyance they would ignore if in a healthy con dition. In such cases the woman often suffers from her nagging, more than the husband or children, with whom she finds fault. She knows she dons it. She does not intend to do it. She suffers in her own self-respect when she does it, and, tn the depths of her soul, she longs for something. to stop it. The condition is usually brought on by broken sleep, im proper food, want of some other exercise than housekeeping end enough out-of-door air an...

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

??;:' . ; . ?; :iPe^?^Bi. ; ' ^,:'^ ;,;::7 The Federal Conslitntion Vote was taken on Friday jBst,*nd the referendum resulted, as 18 now generally -foiown,. ^n Jhe'«lectprs :i»t New Bnnth 'Waleii »f nSjng *- iijletbr t-hf Bflj 1 offered ihjsm 5ft sneh' large numbers as lo carry ?it'.~ 'The total *ob- fnr the i colony «p to iyefcter-' day waaj— Tea, 71,877 5 no, «5.S«\ : flPhis shows a majority of 5480 for the Bill, bnt less, by over 8000 votes, than the number re quired by thft Enabiing Act tn ensure the adoption of the measure. ? ' ' '? i ' ?- - ?? The- voting at Campbelltown was conducted in -h« Court House, Mr. Alex. Munro (depnty returning officer) presiding, assisted by Mr. John M. Kennedy, Interest in the proceed ings, however, did not reach fever beat at any time during the day, the rote* recorded not being equal to the polling at a general election. The doors of the Court House were closed punctually at five o'clock, and half-an bnur later the presiding officer annonncrd, to...

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

Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixos's for the past six months. Dixon's Conqueror — the workmen's tobacco. Dixou's Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixon's Sir Roger Twist.* As the planting season is near at hand, we would recommend { parlies intending to plant to apply to P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, for their admirable cata logue and garden guide, which is sent freo to all applicants. This firm also supplies seeds of finest quality. — Adv. Mersrs. P, L. C Shepherd, of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, is the most reliable firm -for supplying lucerne and all kinds of seeds for station, fnrin, or gafden ; also, fruit frees, shrubs, etc. Their un livall.d catalogue and garden guide is sent post free ta all on application.* We CHiinot speak too highly of the pamphlet is sued by Lever Bros.. Ltd., 65 Pitt-street, Sydney, g'ving lull directions for usin^ their Sunlight Oil Cake. Fiom M quarem we heir nothing ...

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Lecture on Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

? iati^^m : On MppflujMerMjIng of 1»i|i weAc, ,i|r. 3;;%k Thompson, agricultural ipcttiNr 5b ennneotion with the Department i-f Agricnltnre, fujfilted an ^ngagprncni- «t Oamphellio«rn, -When .he Bpokc in % JVwn H«H, j^he ftttend anoo 'was Rood, ttttnjigb'^' Ibe opniber of farmnrd ? ancl dairymen ? 'wlio i. wire ~ ''vie- aeht was tint an large nt; might iiave been expected, the ntt«ndftiiee including a Ur/ps j-»(» cei»tftRB«if1ioci-i gPUtleDien not dirfteM; inter *«ted in m«tt»r«lat»ricnlt»«t1. The Mayor (AW. Barker) presided, wid made * Urn Te-; marks -n introducing the lecturer to the mwt injr, in the course of which he apologised fur the absence ot Mr. John Eidd, who was out of the district and therefore unable to attend. Mr. Thompson, on corhinp; forward, ex pressed the [ilea«nre it gave him to be present. In ibe course of .a' few introdnctory remarks, he said he had lieen engaged in farming pur suits since the age of fifteen years, when he started work on l.iu father's property ...

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

For hacking or whoopiug cough use Whyle's Anti-Cough. When a woman starts out to reform she al ways begins ou some man. The time to work and the time to play are synonymous with the organ-grinder. Fur Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, ls Cd and 2s 6d. It is harder for a man to set a good example tbso it is for a woman to set a hen. Justice is probably represented as a woman because it is something a man is always after. There is a proposal to furnish cold air to houses in New YorV, supplied through pipes. The householders would thus bave cold sir on tap, just like water or gas. Someone Una invented a tablet to facilitate writing in railway trains. They are getting so that a travelling young mart won't have any excosu left for not writing letters to bis wife. 11 Never forget, bny«,' said tho teacher, vary fijirnestly, ' tb»t tinrin is money.' ' Well,' r-jacniated (be new scholar, ' then my pa muxt bfi awfully rich.' ' How so, Tomray J' '? 'Cause he got ten years las...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Werlktan Cbdbch. June 12 -Mr. H. Bevia at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. FiCTOir Pauish.— Roman Catholic Not received. The Campbelltowa Herald WITH WHICH 18 IKCORPORATED TUB CAHPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1898.

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Inspection of Dairy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

5/:-IP*»|m^P^^8|1 TH*:jPft'BidBni »t JtKe ' Bnarj Vf-|S0liS|»- Wrtlneiday Iftst reWived a depuWion ?from: daymen representing the trade in thfeWorMSi orn and southern rotstal disttiots ,Thf 4«io Utioft pointBdnwtiriB.t the inspection ^ i&ifjf cattle now carried join by the board's tlrajf^ling ;ntpe(Uprs w»s not catisfsctory to tbe towners. The visilors iiete iecesssrily hurriea. and M was the opinion that cattle were somirtimi* condemned by: tbiisegeotlenieo s^l»^f4ofiw' img well have' Wn*pai^.;Tied,th-;inipec- tioris were only made oiice a . j e&K^jSwSeTin '. 18 tnontbs. In the interval the wairilnstibtiB were confined to ©fficerB of TJoIice, stok ib speclors, and other pebble whose 'knowledge of diseases in cattle was limited. Mistakes were, consequently, frequently made. TbeT whole proceeding was wrong in principle/^ They, were aware that tuberculosis was a disease that could l-e stamped out, but they also felt that this coujd only be done by systematic action. In...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Preshytbruk Chbech. Sunday morning at 11, evenina 7, «nd during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at S p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious inotruction, public school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. Bkv. D. Moorh, BJL. Rbv. R. 6teel, M.A. (in charge).

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