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So He Released Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

So Se Released Sim. The following story is tuid ia connection with one whose names and titles may be found in Debrett. The butler of tbe peer in question discovered a burglar hiding in a cbina closet one evening about nine o'clock. Being by far the stronger man of the two, the butler took the depredator to his master, who happened to be in the stndy at the time, aud asked whether he should sens! for a policeman. . , *' Of coarse,' replied his lordship^.^ijjri rather,'' added be, with the instinct o£r«^lf-: preservation, 'I'll ring for one,' and so saying be rang the bell. A servant appeared, wliam his lordship re quested to go into tbe kitchen and bring up a policeman or two. The domestic returned and said there were no policemen on the premises. ' W'hat !' exclaimed his lordship in incredu lous tones ;. ' do you mean, to tell me that with a cook, two scullery maids, and three house maids in my employ, there is no policeman in my kitchen 1 It is indeed a miracle, and our prisoner sh...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Milk Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

Tlxo Milk Trade Tbb anssttafactory condition of the milk trade which has existed fir some years pa«t im« ied to various soliPinea being formulated with a view to bringing abnut an improved slate of affairs. The latest suggestion which has been publicly roado, and which is commanding a good deal of attention, is to the effect that steps should be taken to amalgamate all thosi* factories and creameries bctiwen UnandRrra end Qerringiing the «lmreheldors of wliiok supply tniik to the Sydney cnnipanie!', and to indues «U other suppliers U become sliare holders ; lhat this compuny should purchase the plant of the Farmers and Dairyman's Company ; that the Farmers and Dairymen's Company should JierpcnnBtracted en as to dis pense with the vendor system, which it hns been ooteoded lias Wn rfsponsiblc f-ir much nf the frictinn thnt has taken place between the suppliers and the Sydney companies ; that lhe new company should hi- thoroughly cn . operativo, receiving the wlmli! milk from (lip prod...

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

A Promiaeat Sydney Business 3Ca& Cured. SUFFERED FROM BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, 10SS OF APPETITE, AND SLEEPLESSNESS. ,. BILE BTANS ACHIEVE ANOTHES GEEAT VICTOEY. ? . I ..-??jjjjrwifl TiTtt Frederick 3 ' VW$$®W Mabks, of Park #SN(iqr~ ttH road, Moore Park, /^^~ki ~wkW%$ Sydney, turned from Gfiy £ v))fe# ^S^fligi n's ^e9^ ati^ greeted TO^ ^*i^'iitjftfc*^r^^= ovtr rePorter witn B BHvlS^i13 P^ smile- ' So jou Jt' ! J/aM C3 I my cure by . Bile /7u\J%Lm3c ' Beans 1 Well/some ** U-i^C_lSir-^- ^°i t'016 since I . suf fered severely from attacks ot biliousnessV»nd sick headaches. I bave not tbe sligjitest doubt that these periodical sufferings ^were caused indirectly by the warm, moist weather which ira find so trying ia Sydney during tbe summer months. My constitution has nevar been one to be easily affected, but there is no other way of accounting for these attacks* As time went ou and the weather grew hotter tbe biliousness assailed me regularly, in -iact, every three days found...

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

For C'inpuinplivn Cnuglis talc Wood's Gnat Peppermint Cur.-, Is -M nnd 2s fid. F.irnslUmnticulii'iMjtlis awl ii'ilils lake Wmid'^ Great P.-|ipriuii-t Cure. Is fi.l nm) 2- -!.). 49* Tlie «nll?C.'ipliull lu tiuK paper ia Isppr qqnrter in adfftriw.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—St. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Church op. England. —St. Pjstebs. Sunday servicra : Morning tit 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion : First Sunday in the month at morning service ; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in the month* of Jane, July, and August. On . festivals, at announced. Wednesday! Service at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice st 8 p.m. Friday: Short service at 3,30 p.m., and Bible Claw. Venham Court— St. Mary's, 11 a.m. : April 24, May S, 22, June 6, 19 ; 3 p.m. : April 17, Hay I, 1«, 89, Jane 18. 26. St James', lnglebara— 11 a.m. : April 17, Mar 1, 15, 29. Ju»e 12, 36 i 3 p.m. : April 24, M»y 8. 22, Jones, 19. livening services when an nounced Rbv. T. V. Amur.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY June 8 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

UiS^WSfM^^MX [?] T -Butter, ore«mery, be* tt-., 13d to Hd . - ? ? : -v, -... factory, JM'tO 184 . *??£-. ^ flni jiijityi ditoyB' UiiHolM \. £S=S V. ';««e^tqi»a%;itafr,'H-at*.Ml s v -.;: j'rsv'iio'njbei'tKMtilionJwlSIdiofll^ * . ? . ' : *»con, bait machine cured, iS(d to -W : Bv-un, berthwr and-oagb, 6J1 H»m», bertA.and-cnted, T4-1 to SJd * ' .-:'?- B-n.t,m»i-hineeutei, 74oto84 -. ''.??-Sitd.jW.tB'sa'; -? ? . . ? . .. Cheese, flmqunlity.M to Sid ,...?- . „ , lecond qu»iity, i& to,*jd . Honpy,5d«o24-i Hidw,perU-.,*4d-»-tJ Xfelitkint, each, Sd w 2« Od ... FJtiur, first qu«llty, per to«, £130i *d,U£13 10« 'Flour. «e«ttMl quuity, £12 5« . MaUe, per niuhel, new, 2« 4d to 2t 8d :. TTGeil, a- wn «o w «o Cbsff, per ton, «3 16.4M to £4 10* «d Hurley, Ctpe, 3» Od to S« SA Rye gra-t (eed, per bush., 5s Od to 5s 64 CocSifcot grew wed, per bush. , 9« to 9f fid Bran, OltoOW P,,ll»rd, )M toSJd Oat», wed, S* W toll* lud O»t», feed, 2« Od to 2« 7 1 Onioni, per too, f 9 0« Od to £10 10a Od. Me...

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

CoNGKEfUTTONAI. ChDBDB. Sunday Services : Morning st 11 f evening at 7 in winter, 7.3* ia summer. Communion : Pint Sunday in the month st morn ing service. Special amice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular : Last Sunday even ing in the month. Short, bright, intertsti&g address. Sa&ke/'s hymns, Sunday School ; Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents snd friends of scholars are invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. , Religious Instruction at Pablie School : Every Tue*dny morning at 10. Bible Class for young men and women : Alternate Wedntsday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting; At a Vclork on the Wednesday evening before Communion Sundsy. ger»lee every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skenritt and Her. G. A. Raves, B 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 — 8 June 1898

Rohan Catholic Church. Sunday: First Mass, 8.S0 a-tn. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vespero, etc., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mats, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7,30. Rev. J. Dunne.

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

THE TWO GENUINE ARTICLES : CLEMENTS TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS. IMITATED t BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientific chemi cal food, and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of every-day life, is a prompt and safe remedy for neuralgia, nervousness, weak ness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia, and all complaints of the stomach and bowels. These two remedies have been thoroughly tested in all the hot countries of tbe world. They are Bold at a price within the reach of all people. Evidence is forwarded free on receipt of name and address that will salify the most sceptical as to their virtues. They are Bold everywhere, but care must be taken that the genuine are obtained, or the money and time are wasted and the disease so much the more serious.

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All Done by Rats. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

All Done 1)7 Eats. Ttite owner of the greatest number of well trained rats is undoubtedly M. Dourof, a Russian, who bos made it the business of bis life to carefully study the habits oi these rodents and train them. He has been remark ably snecessful, aud the way in which bis per forming rats ran a miniature railway train both astonished and amused the Parisians before wbom M. Dourof recently exhibited his family of pets, which number in nil 200. Tbe rat railway-consists of a narrow, track iaid in a circle with three passenger carriages to bold six rats each, a luggage van, and an engine. A cage having been brought in and the door opened, the rats swarm about the station and at a giveu signal half-a-dozen cor pulent rats climb into tbe first-clasB carriages, another half-a-dozen black and white rats get into the second-class carriage, while the indis criniiuately-tuarked rals scramble into a third class carriage. A black rat, doing duty as station-master, promenades up and down the ...

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A Formidable Record. A YEAR'S FIRES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

A Formidable Beoord. A Y ear's Firkb in London. A yeab's Urtii in London is a formidable ro i'ord. Tlie uuuibpi' increases rapidly year by yea--, nlioreas) niili thu great improvements in healing aedlighiing' they onglit to decrease. According to the rejiort of C/iplaii) Sytnoods, there were last year 3633 fires to which bri giidi'B were called. The lives of 306 persons were end lingered m Ibesu connagratlODB, of wbnin 215 were saved and 91 killed. Un happily, in discharging their periloiiB duty, two firemen lost their lives and 106 were wounded. Lauipstconlinue to be a terrible cause of dis aster. In t went; -two fatal fires, involving the loss of twenty-three lives, the canse was directly irnced-to the upsetting or explosion of the mineral oil burn'd in lamps. It was not possible to ascertaiu the cause iu no fewer than thirty-fiw fires, involving the loss of thirty-bix lives. Of the other deaths, eight children were burned to death by playing with fire or tiialvhee, seven adults w...

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Satisfied Them Both. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

.Satisfied Thm Both A FDNNV etory is Iming t«»M nf two French . niblemon and a fnvuriie actress.' The P ench nien were suitors of the liidy, and both BoemeJ to be equwlly egleeiiicd by Ii-t. It, appears that in 15-hiicp, ob wrjl as in many other coun tries, a louk of hair \a considi'rfd a signal jilsdge uf tender paasinn. M-lHe. B«rthu- sliiripB in the jiiissBisi'tii -if suliurn rinfi-lete, »nd would hot part iriih ono nf tlumi fur loss than a duuhy. ' H-*r niiinircrs. hnwovnr, hap pened to have hair of tbx same goliten hue as that of their common love. Gauh begijud a iress of her hair in rxuliatigp for a loci; --f his own, to which the charming autn-ss readily as Bentod, end, without tnuvhing a single hair of tier lii-ail, oiinninglr effected an exchange of parcels liy which each gentleman received a luck of his rival capillaries. Tin* count now wears tho baron's liair nest Ii'h li'-urt, and the 'baron sleeps with the coma's loi'U under his pillow.

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A Doctor and His Mean Patient. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

'? . ? A Soote liiJBBJIitJl fjUkt ; A MtpDi.KgnqBODQBt -liH-ior tV-lliiliiiw lib'* once: frig1it«iied »nv of Jiiu paiiejits, » fliftt «ho wr? «lif«vorably knort \\ as k.wpiijrtij skiiiHirit, in - aolfnt, anit iiverbfariiig withal, and a ublnri onsly 'imCtieiyeV. X-ii'one|it i(il» '«!«it|j4ii tht ?nrgcry, thi! doiinr orilen^ llm pal ici'it In 'tie; ?howri in, and nffiTnl dim n cli»ir in souii a ~ {K»il(oti aS tn Win full view of a (skclitmi ktaoding ,)ti »nucorflrrt^UM^j-n.t»i-'- :' ,?, ;' .:; *il-Ab1V\^Ml«M^.'.fil:i!.;{^'tlifii€'*MUIi'-«il«t. ?oiBPd ; ?'»aM«ioii;'.'. '? *- y^ijiir* f8(-li«liii|i Jo^Ar, 'it isfliat of : ?.- .one tif my -JeeeB«£(l'a palii'Dtp, :He -never would jjaj jiin fees, and so I wu« ooipeili'tl in ?ue Hit! r«-la(Kei f»r jf'ig J.nni-8.' .'?;.??;' . :?: 'I .will step in again ipri'seutly. ;'. (Stwii oiornitifr, diictur -' gapped the |«tii-iit, and hastily ri tit- i'd. Nt-xt iii'iriiiup; the d--ftor roceifi-d payment iti full of iiis l.inj-stmidir.g occ-iun(.

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

Bj Special ^^^^^* AppoIntmeaC SOAP MAKERS TO HEE MAJESTY THE O.TJBBN THIS is the SOAP Which Saves Hard Work, Back Ache and Sore Hands; and which brings comfort to all who use it. Put your Trust in SUNLIGHT SOAP It will never disappoint you. Facsimiles of tbo beautiful Academy Picture, 'HEADS OVER TAILS' (by Mill Dorothy Tennant), which created such a sensation in London, can be obtained (until further notSc*), Free of Cost, by forwarding to LEVER BROS., Ltd., aSSCIiABENCE ST., STrE-KrH-5T 95 SUNLIGHT SOAP WRAPPERS. With jo, it irill be framed ; and with too Wrapperi, framed Id eiJt. This Pictureisfit for any drawiDgrooo ft yew Reasons why molf f $ Schnapps IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS ? I. DLUAUOtl ol time. The leading spirit {or more tliab £0 years. e JL. DtuAUOC leading Helical Men. Over 5,000 have testified to its purity. e a REP AHCC Its w««st orcdentia] is QLUAUuC Its enormous mle. Over one liiBliou ljotllet sold annuallv, . ? ' ? «?'«? ' 4DC0AIICC '' all...

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A Lesson in Spelling. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

:-\^:' vf.Xii^w^:ift(i^pjs;-. '0-- X *uowMAN hud »n annoniiwrhpnt stating, 'J3oine«nd^'ei).tlie great janbd.-flsh,', _ ; ,;'..-, ... X Ifiiirnrd g'iillemuii n-Hd ir,, aud infonued the showdmn ih«t be hud toode m mistake in tto -,.?eojrfj'; *'»»W*d;' Uiai ii ought .to te ???iswbra;*' ?:vjt'.:-^--. v:,,.. - .- ? ? ?? yal*'. Yer'd better come vu an' ace for . yourself ;; the Ijndnnssion is oii^y tuppe»ce,'''flaid the sliowiiiaii. ?/,_:. _?: '.::.?*. : .: '?JSitiiUi''lp&uis$ grMlleiiiau v»»d .his ?-Uif- pei1qe,''wt'ui jii, jipd wos shown »'.J»rge.Wd fisli cawed »u h»ify ';; ;- '?;' .'. ;.--^-.x :.~'.-y' i ?? -Yer mu't the fust geneliiian wot 'ab tried' to lenuli me W to is|iell,' grinued tbe shoir ninn. . i . ?'

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A Milk Stimulant. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

A Milk Stimulant. Av English farnisr advocates bran water as a milk stimulant for dairy cows. Here is hia recipe:— ''If you desire to get a large, rich yield of milk, giro your cows every day wat«r slightly warmed and slightly salted, in which bran lifts been stirred at the. rale of one quart to two gallons of water. You will find, if you bare not tried Itiis daily practice, that your cow will give 25 per cent, more milk immedi ?tely after it, and that she will become ho at tached to the iii.-t that site will refuse (o drink water. The amount of druti water to-bu given is an orcriuary liucketful st a timtj — morning, nuori, «tid -(iig)it. The tramp in fren [rum the nonius and vex ations of labor troulileR. Two men were recently rumtiiij? n, race at HeynooJ (Eng.), when inn- nf tlwin. named George Hey wood, ntt'-inpled to trip liie oppo nent, but ill in the aiii'iii|it. His head struck a stone, rendering him uin'onaiiou-'.' He n' naftined to with, but bu-f idUnuls until his death.

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

Sis Chum. A newsboy, small, wiry, with eyes like a fer ret, and a clenched fist, sat on the curbstone crying in an aggressive way, when a pedestrian halted and luid lies hand on ttie youngster's shoulder. ' Wlial's wrong, sonny 1' ?' I ain't yer sunnj\' ' Wall, wlmt'e wrong, ray boy ?' ' Ain't yer boy, either. Lsaime hp.' ' Oh, see here now, what's the row ? Lost five cents in the gutter ?'' ' Naif, I aiu't — uli, oh, oil !' ' Spit it --nl, Iheii.' ' Me chum's dead.' '? 01;, that's another thing. Uov did he happen to die 7' ?' Rnnoed over.' ' So ? Was there an inquest J'1 'Inqnes1 nolhin'. He jest hollered oncot and rolled over dead. An' I wiah I w«w dead, too, along 'of bim.' 'Cheer np ! You can find another chum.' 'Yer wouldn't talk that way if yer'd knowed Dick. He was the best friend I ever bad. Thar warn't notliin' Dick wouldn't a doue for tun. An' now he's d-d-dead and buried, l'ui a-wistiin' I was, ton.' ' Look here,' gaid the man, ' go and sell jour papers, and take some pon...

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To His " Dearest Love." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 8 June 1898

To Sis ' Dearest Love.' TflBRE was a young, person possessed of a pretty face, a kind Itewrt, and ati all-absorlring desire to do £»:ne!!iiftg to assist )i-t teliovr being9. Aft«T£on-e elnqiient pnr.iimsion she obUincd the conscut of her family to outer a hospital to Btndj for tho wmk of a trained nursi1. Among the pretty ciillinsiast'tj first patients was a young nian with a broken arm and of an attractive appearance. The dewuri', wlulc Gipped uurse hegan to take an unusual interest in him, BDd a^Uid him one day if there was nothing slio could do for him — no book she could read, no letter 'she could write. The patient gratefully accepted the latter offer, and the nurse prepared to write from hia dictation. He began with a tender address to bis ' deareit love,' and the little uurse felt slightly embarrassed. But she continued through the tuogt ardent declarations of all-absorbing affection to the end, where he wished to be subscribed an adoring lover for all time. Then she folded t...

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

iiilifil Iiij|||§|l to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen ~ who attem|rt to foistu, J s IMITAMQKS of 5cboapps ON YOU. Under the Patronage of the Mayor and Aldermen. GRAND HH1 By Ito- W. Laimour's Highly-gifted & Talented Company, * IN . —THE TOWN HALL— THURSDAY, 9th JUNE. Proceeds lo be devoted to Stnge Fittings, &c. TICKETS— Front Si'ats 2s, Bad; Scats Is Q APT A T aftkr OV/V^J-ci-J-i ENTERTAINMENT ! Double Tickets 2s 6-1 ; Single : Gentlemen 2s LadicB Is. .... *. ': ALD.-SEDGWICE } J..int . ALEX. MUNRO J Hon. Spcp. D. H. BARKER, Mayor, Hon. Treas.' AN 1TU11IT Will be Given in the Town Hall, OAMPBELLTOWN, By the Children of St. Patrick's Primary School, On Tuesday. 21st June. Commencing at 7.45 p.m. A Social -will be Held . After the Entertainment. Further particulars next issue. TO MILK JKJPPLIERS. A FEW WASTED BT TUG FARMERS' Direct Supply Milk Co., 304 Harris-street, Pyrmont. Price, 7d per G-al. No Surplus Prices. ^* Early application, necessary, as but a ...

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

Te Let, Wanted, 8cc (18 Word*, Is Cash. If BrtoUed, Is 6d.) OOR SALE,— Fruit Trees ; £2 per hnn -*- dred ; first prize at Liverpool and Cam deu Show. — W. Smith, Cantplielllown. -TF the gentleman who left Conch with me ?*- for repairs does nut claim same within 14 days it will be sold to pay expenses. — R. Havwabd. rpENDBRS required for Erecting a 3-rooni ?*- Weatherboard Cottage on the Farm, Chappie Hill ; labor only. All particulars at E. and W. Fiei.dhouse, Cauipbtlltown. TXTAiNTED known tlmt eighteen words in '™ this colflmn costs Is, cash. Sale of Furniture, &c, A T GAMBLE'S Usnal We.-ltly SALE, on ?£*- Wednesday, June 8, at 8 p.m. : — Chest of Drawers, CliefTmnn'r, Safe.JJedstead, Omch. Bound TabUV'Kitchen Tuhle,'i Chairs, Wash* Stand, 2 Dressing Tables, Looking Glass, and Buggy and Harness. — No Reserve. Bcmarkable illusions have just been added to the Cyclorama in Sydney, in addition to the Boul-stirring scenes on the 20,000 square feet o£ Can vis. and realistic effe...

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