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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

? : sa^imSB^...^ ':? BYBXBV-cmV&&?&^^Wi '??? ? 1.80 p.tn. 8.05 p:m. t 5.15 6-05 t 5.18 MS .. 6.50 8-23 ' + 900 9'59 11,30 100 «.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.rr.. 908 ».m. 1.55 p.tn. 3.17 p.m. 2 28 3.28 6.10 ? 7.17 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 8.w. 6.00 ».tn. 7.85 8-46 8.39 9-38 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.80 p.m. 2.05 8.38 *?*!- 4.00 5.44 8.83 10 12 Sundny Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive G'town. 9 40 a.m. H-05 *.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 6.50 7.15 9.00 9.69 9.80 11-01 Leave Ctotvn . Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6-W ??m. 7.85 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 5.10 G.42 8.30 10-05 f Saturdays excepted. ? Mondays excepted

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

: . ' .; Lqm! fisd Qttural- . . ?''? For htoking or whooping cough use Whyle's M«rpoagii.V-/--: .' '. ??? _??--??. I ?«. ? '????.- ' \ : F^r-Childrin'a Hacklngrjboukh|t»ke Woods' -3re'at Peppermint Cure, la €d ktfi %t 6i ~ ; : ; A special 'Licensing Court for the district will be held at Campbelltown at ,11 a.m. od Friday, 24th insti : We are pleased to learn that Mr. Bert. Askew, of €ampbeUlowo, is recovering from his recent dangerous illnesB. ' ' The Premmr on Monday expressed the hope that heaven would forgive him the sip of having Voted for the Conveutum Bill. There not being a quorum, the regular monthly meeting of the Ingleburn Council lapsed on Tuesday evening of last week. I deal in eggs. If you are prepared to take them from January till December, I can meet your requirements. — J. Rigelsford, Campbell town.* The C&aiubelllowo end Liverpool Tennis Clubs meet on the conrt of the former next Saturday in an all-day tnateh. A good game should result. The Camden council ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. Leave O'tonn. Arr. Camden. 7.00 «.m. 7-85 B.m. 8.50 9.25 10.55 H;85 t 8.33 p.m. 4.18 p.m. ? 6.50 7.25 Leave Oauiden. - Arrive Ctown. t 6.50 a.m. 7.25 aim. . 7.55 .. 8.30 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.tn. 3.80 p.m. t 5.50 C.80 || 7.50 8.80 ?f Sat'daysonly. ? Sat'days excop'd. J Mon daya only. || On Sat'days, leave Camden 7.5!» p.m. Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'town : Single. Rplnrn. Hoi. Exo. 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd Sydney... 4 2 2-6 6 0 3-6 58 3-0 Granville. 34 20 4-9 2-10 40 2-3 Liverpool. 20 1-2 2-8 17 23 1-8 Casula ... 1-8 11 2-4 1-5 111 M Glenfield. 1-4 -9 20 1.3 17 -11 Mao. Fds. 1-2 -8 19 11 15 10 Ingleburn 10 7 16 11 13 -9 Minto ... ?£ -4 -9 -5 -9 -5 Leuuieah. -2 -1 -3 -2 -3 -2 J. Campbhll, S.M.

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Renqust at Inglsburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

, :;^B^i^^^t^ii^f;^ -'^/'i A. coMftuiBKiABr banquet was tendered Mr. - ?od Mrs. C. HI VParby, of « Miltojn P»rlc,' on W«oe^y ev^ing^eai; in theVBdhool ?f; AU8, toglttburo, prior to their departure from, the district. Tu» company present inolndedj the following ; Messrs. Jno. Kidd, J?. Genty.j Oharle* Tpohey, Hugh Pnjff, J. O'ftyau, J\: Beales, Captain aiid -Mr*: LinkUter, J . Badd, Joseph Warby, Waller Wnrby, H. V. «bip way, J. Williamson, Professor Beech, A. S. Yeeud, M. Rush. P.C Luoae, B. Moore, F. Kidd, — CoonoHcy, F. Hearos, H. J. Webb,: Jag. &»°g : (Minto), F. Suttor, F. Chapman; E. J. Ashoroft, J. H. Moresbead (Mayor vf_ Liverpool), A. Blinrxian, J. .B. Laing, T.: Brawn. S. Percivsl, W, J. Turnej, E. pam-, piou, E. Pidcook, Sergeant gaunders, Mrs. and Miss May Warby, Mrs. O'Syan, Mrs.' Connolley, Mrs. F«ley, and Mrs. Scanlau. ; Apologies were received from Mr. B. Needs (' ffithsdate,' Sydney), Dr. Beattie (Liver pool), Mr. Win. Beech (Dapto), Mr. Hughes (-? Moreton Pa...

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Willing to Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

'Willing to 'Work. He was an unkempt-looking fellow, and he stopped at a suburban residence'and asked for employment. It was spring, and the lady of the house was herself superintending the transplanting of the plants. The door of the greenhouse was open. ' Are yon a gardener ?' asked the woman. ' Ain't had much experience.' ' Can you plant these bushes ?' ' ' I'd hate to risk spoilin' 'em, ma'am.' ' Then what can you do V ,, ' jW.ell, ma'am,, if you'll give me one of your husband's cigars,' he replied, medita tively, ' I'll sit in the greenhouse and smoke out the Insects that's eatin' up the leaves of them rosebushes.' Mr. Hogan (after hammering on the door for five minutes) : ' Is it desd or alive ye aro?1' Mr. Grogau (tvithin) ; ' Naylber ; Oi'iu shlapinV ' How is business V asked Jones, address ing the astronomer. ' My business,' replied the investigator uf celestial phenomena, 'is looking up.' ' I can take a hundred words a minute,' said tho stenographer. ' I often take more th...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Postal laformation. M»ils are deepatched from Oampbelltown as under :— Sytlney and North, 10.16 a.m., S p.m., and 9p.m., Sundays excepted. Went, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 650 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Saturdays 10a.m. and fi.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Nurellan, same lime es Camden. Minto, 10.16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Ingleburn, 10 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, S p.m. mid 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. ?, Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wcdderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p,m., Sundays exoepted. Douglas Fark, same time as Picton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.3C a.m., Sundays ex cepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Mothers, do nut neglect your children in time of need. Try Whjt«'s Anti-Cough. Fur ntiihinutical coughs and colds Hike Wood's) Greut lVppvriuiut Cure, Is fid and 2s fid. For affections of the chest and lungs, use W byte's Anti-Cough. Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and cold?, never fails, Is Cd und 2s Gd.

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A Church Worth Two Millions. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

A-J3mrcli 'Worth Two Millions. The wealthiest church in the world is without much doubt, Trinity Church, in the Broadway, New York, for its possessions are at the pre sent time estimated to- be of 8 value of nearly £2,000,000. This enormous property has come to the church owing to the great increase ia the value of had an New York, an old farm on Mannattan Island, which was two centuries and more ago made over by Royal grant to Trinity, being now in the very heart of commercial New York, aud a succession of magnificent thorough fires are how to bo found where once the.cattle.jgr.flzed.,. The income from this property has been nsed for many purposes other than supplying the church's own needs, for, besides a number of chapels which have been built in different places, 24 poor parishes are receiving grants from Trinity's coffer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixou's Conqueror — the workoian's tohaccc Dixon's Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixon's Sir Roger Twist.* As the planting uenson is near at hand, we would recommend parties intending to plant to apply to P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, 202 Pitt-str«et, Sydney, tor their admirable cata logue and garden guide, which is Bent free to all applicants. This firm also supplies seeds of finest quality.— Adv, Mcsrs. P. L. C. Shepherd, of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, ia the most reliable firm for supplying luceine «nd nil kinds of s.eds for station, f^rru, or gttiden ; also, fruit treei, shrubs, etc. Th-ir un rivalled catalogue and garden guide is si-nt post free to all on applicati in.* We cm.nnt opcult too highly of the pamphlet is sued by Lever Bio».. Ltd., 65 Pittetre.:', Sidney, giving !i»U dir^-iiuiu for usinu their Sunlight Oil (Juke. Fiom hII quarters we heir noth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Visits the Club ifoi^lCf^ ^ f ^ Patients can rely oh ^ Si^paoNho]^ the higaest certificates given for Bentistry. i ; ^ Patients can make sjpecial appointtnents l-y writing -to :Wti:$i^-AL 3J&, JB^irow, my representative, will yisit CampbeUto^ at di£E6ren% periods to tnake Appointments. I'EES MODERATE. WE 4BE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ff%l S II A A ? and. all kinds of ' PIANOS, j Musical^ DRCAN8 i Instruments C^Mf^^K^ ' IN AUSTEAUA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason ; we can give our Customers such good value, at least 20 per cent less than other Houses. We guarantee 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 order by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though you 1 were personally present to select Catalogues sent post free on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

y '?? . . . ? ? v -the-- ?? ;i| '' . . . .' ^€AMPBEkLTOWN |4ERALD— . (PUBEISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ||pBNING) IS OIE m TIE BEST ADY|E|ISIM '.''jp^flB OUT OE SY33IEY. Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation throughout the Cainden, Cumberland and Bo wral Electorates. r Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch ; Is 6d each additional inch ^liberal reduction for standing advts. ^. JOB - PRINTING - JOB^^ In all its branches, and at prices that defy couipelitiou ! I J. M'GLYNN, Proprietor. ... AN AUBUr*\ .OP . . . O O JS Photo-Engravings o[ Scenes, Cities, Indus Jl Ail tries, and Interesting Phases of Australian UUt Lite, with oonotee litwary deeorlptioiia. To be completed la .... Tweo*y-I*our portrjfgfttly ONE SHILLING parts, CAQH OONTAIMINp IB PHOTOBRAPHtO OSM8. A notarial Keeord ot the Land la wkhk we lire. A Superb Ornament for every Home. A Charming Souvenir of History mat A Magnificent and Suitable Present for Prlenda at Home and Abroad. Publishers— GORDON &...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Wise and Otherwise. Patience is the art of hoping. Villa formerly meant a farm and not a housife. Ahybddy ^oan be pleasant to pleasant people. Justice will not. condemn even the devil wrongfully. A Russian does not .reach his majority until he is 26. He is the greatest 'man who does most for his fellow-men. Cupid is the most reckless shooter that ever pulled a trigger. He who makes constant com plaint gets little compassion. -?'. jjtf. ? ? ? ?. ? ? .fjt Swallows are sometimes seen at sea over 1000 miles from land. The eye can lie more in a minute than the tongue can correct in a week. Women are usually 'most extrava gant in their methods of saving money. Some people's -fine clothes are no more than the pretty label on the empty c^n. The nobler and more perfect a thing is, the slower it is in attain - ' Begorra,' said Pat, ' times are 80 hard that if Oi had me loife in sured Oi'd take it.' Oldiady-: ' Now, then, what do you want ?' Tramp : ' I ain't per tickler, lady. What 'av yer go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

SET DR. WAUfiH'S. ?? The Jay Was young and not f»r #pent, ', As thr»r4ghjhe bntjr ?treett th«r* Vept J '' AyOUihlMyalliiikbotAitDtatitl), ' ?.'.. ' . Bearing tlott^he 'mU-icaowti name— ' « DR. TBiOQffB.' Bia eye was bright, his form upright ; He held his burner to the Ught ; Hu buunns there, to advatiise . The Powder famed for Oakei and Pias— «DB. WAOOH'B.' Nor mow, nor Joe, were teen about. As lustily that youth did shout : ? ' If Baking Powder joa would choose, And not know whtoh the belt to n»e, OBT'DR. WAyaH'S.'' ' Oh stfty !' s maiden tsld, ?' Ob atay I* And tell me ; when I eook to-day What Baking Powder shall I try ? ' The youth he answered with a cry— ' 'tiEI DR. WApOH'B.' ' Listen, friend,' an old man laid, ' My wife she does not nuke good bread, Tho' many powder* she doth nee.' The youth said,— 'Ppwden bad you choose r-*KT DR. WAOOH-B.' 'I'll tell my wife,' Uie old man oriet, And when the Powder «ood«ke tries; ' The bread I know will be quite light,' The youth repeat* with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

TO ADVERTISES. Advertisements intended for in sertion in this paper should reach the office not later than 2 o'clock on Tuesdays in each week.

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What is a kiss? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

x.; *mmmmmm ^sv A BTDpRNr of humanity' has collected defini tions «tv a kuufrom^pBrsont more or less com petent io apeak oh1' Vrts in-|:ortint aobject. Here are some -of the 'definitions:— : ?) L ?' To^» bashful man the»ouieoi«gony. - Womanis passport to her hasband's parse.': TliejMiorestjpbther's richest gift, '. .5 '': .The safety ^yajve tp exatwrant fejling* f - Jjalnirt-yolapiik. ' V ':','? ^^rhe^.drop that oanses the. cap of love to '-'? Cupid's sealing wax. , ??: : '^ '^ Cupid's cruising smack. _ '' The sounding system used by the operator in sending a telegram to thaheart. ,- ? The sweetest fruit oa the tree of lore. ' ? A woman's most ieffieetive argument. The dew on the flower of love. The soul's plenipotentiary.

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Variety Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Variety Entertainment. An. entertainment iu aid of the Town Hall Stage- fitting Fund was held at Campbelltown ou Thursday evening last, under the auspices of the local Municipal Council. The enter tainment was given by M.V. W. Laruionr's Variety Company, and there was a very good atlenduuce, though the unsettled weather pre vented many from putting in an appearance who otherwise would have done so. The per formance was good, and was much appreciated. A social was afterwards held, and was at tended by about 25 couples, a very enjoyable time beini; spent. Firal-class music wus sup plied by Miss B. O'Loughlan, whilst Mr. W. Fairclongh acted efficiently as M.C. During an interval in the proceedings, the Mayor took the opportunity to return thanks to those who had uttended for their patronage. He thought it probable that a second entertainment might he arranged later on fur the game object. Wo understand, as a result of the evening's entertainment that the itsgo fund will benefit to the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

No good mother should be without Whyte's Anti-Cough. Charity begins at home — and often finds itself too busy to go nut. For Bronchial Couglm take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and Sis 6d. ? ' Good blond will show itself,' as the old toper said, strnok by the redness of his nose. A Chicago literary club recently debated the question. *' Was thn inventor of the barbed wire fence a barbarian ?' It is safe to say that everybody took sides and nobody got on the fence. Lord de Livprns : ?' Why did you how to' Uint servant girl 1' Lord Helpns : ' There's nothing likn taking time by the forelock, deah hoy. Her father has gone to Klondykp, and she may be au American heiress in a year or so.' He : '? Do you think you could love one who in devoted to you, and whose nim ia to liuvc you for his own little wife V Shn : ' But this is id nuddou ; really, 1 hardly know w lint to say.' 'He: ?' I Jon'i waul you my srlf. I was only inquiring for a friend who is thinking of umrrying.'

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The Price of Milk. A SATISFACTORY ARRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

The Price of WUz. A Satisfactobv Arrangement. A ijibgkly-attbnded meeting of milk sup plier* was held at Wollongong on Monday afternoon last. Mr. C. J. Cullen, president of the United Milk Suppliers' Association, was in the chair. Mr. H. Putesou (manager of the Fresh Food and Ice Company) and Mr. C. Pratten (manager of the Direct Sup ply Company) were present. Considerable discussion'. took place, and great dissatisfaction was expressed that the milk companies bad uot complied with the resolution passed at the last meeting of sap plierB. to the effect that 7d per gallon be paid for milk until October next, and 6d after that date. A resolution was moved and seconded to the effect that 14 days' notice be given to the different companies that suppliers intended ceasing sending their milk to Sydney. This was ultimately withdrawn in favor of a proposal made by Mr. Pateson, on behalf of his company, to pay 8d per gallon from the 18th inst. until October, and 6d per gallon from that date t...

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A Grateful Newsboy. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

A Grateful Newsboy. A condition of moral degeneracy is com monly attributed to newsboys, but there are exceptions. A physician recently took an evening paper from a small newsboy in Manchester, and dived into his pocket for the change. 'That's all right, doctor,' remarked the litiie chap. ' I won't take no money. Don't you remember .I'immic you cured last winter with the fever.' Then the physician recognised in the tall and sturdy boy a little; qhnp whom he had pulled through the fever without any payment, 'Bub that's all. right, Jimmie,' 'he said, 'and yon must certainly lot tne pay you for the paper,' ' No,' said the boy, ' I won't. Where are you living up. here, doctor 1 I waut to come and see yon.' He hasn't yet tnrned up lo see the doctor, but every morning and evening he slips a paper under the door, and to have a proper under standing in the beginning with the first paper, he scribbled a little note: — 'Please, doctor, accept these papers allus, from Jimmie.'

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Advantages of Sleeping on the Floor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Advaatagas of Sleepiag o& tho Floor. '?Thank goodness 1' muttered the poor girt who was serving as the heroine of a penny ??novel. . ? ... And yet she had apparently little for which to be thankful, as she crawled on to her pallet, of straw on 'the floor in the corner of the room. ? . ? She was very, very poor. And yet she. was thankful.. 'The advantage of a bed on the floor,' she muttered, as she lapsed into a deep slumber, ' lies in the feeling of security it brings. A man cannot possibly get under it.'

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