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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

PiiESuriBiiUN Chusou. Sunday morning at il, evening 7, -tnd during sum mer wombs at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. — Religious instruction, public school. Thui&day, 7.30 p.m.— Player meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. Bbv. D. Moobe, B.A. Kev. K. Steel, M.A. (in charge). WEStEYAN CUVHCU. June 12 -Mr. H. Doual at 3. Sunday School st 1U.3O a.m. Ficton Paiusii ? Roman Catkolio. Not received. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WIllCH IS 1NCORPOUATED TUB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBEBA.L. WEDNESDAY JDNE 15, 1898.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

CONGHE01TIONA1 CBUUCU. Sunday Services : Morning at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wint. r, 7.80 in summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. SpeciuIWrice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular : Last Sandny even ing in die month. Short, bright, interesting address. Banker's hymns. ' Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. *' Singing Sosduy,' when parents and friends of scholars are invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Keligious Instruction at Public School : Every Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Claw for you'Sj; men and women : Alterneti Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at dose. ? Regular Monthly .Church Meeting : At S 'i' clock on the Wednesday evening befora Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia nt, 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerrilt and Kev. G. A. Kavis, B A., alternately. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Kev. Q. A. Raven, B.A.

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Alleged Libel. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

AUewd Libel. A. cask of considerable local interest came on for hearing at . the Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions, Iiefore Judge Dooker and a jury, ou Thursday last, when William Webb was arraigned upon an indiotweut charging him with having -published a letitr containing a libel on John Vigor Bartlett. The alleged libel was said -to be contained in a letter written by accused to the manager of the Sul phide Corporation (Ashcroft's process) Limi ted. ' The letter ran as follows : — ' From William Webb, Gampbelltown, April 13th, 1898, to the Manager, Cockle Oreok, Northern line. — Dear sir,— By rail from Camden to-day goes o truck of ore addressed to you. It is sent by Mr,. J. V; Barllctt, and, as it is vir tually stolen property, I must ask you to de tain proceeds pending decision of court. With the greatest respect I desire to iuform you that t hold you responsible .for the money. As to my b'ina-fides, you will remember that for a considerable time I have been in com municati...

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

Ik the roar of the Referendum, aud in the fever of the Federal visitation, the people hearkened nut to the farewell sighs of the dying parlies. The polilicul party strife which separated the inimbiUuta of this colony for a dt-cade and upwards, is defunct and buried — only to he disinterred by the historian* of the future, who will letl posterity how a tariff tur moil raged riotously within the curriers of one onluuy years after all the other colonies had settled their Customs policies. How suddenly and silently the parties dissolved in the Fede ral foment! Three momha ago, Mr. Reid, with a dominant and determined Freetradu force and three powerful daily papers ready to render alt assistance, was preparing to lead his followers to the country uu well-defined issues. Now that compact force is broken aud divided nud the Premier Puds his hardy ' Herald' and devoted 'News' against him touth and nail. It is true the defection uf luuuy of his suppurt erd lias been contemporaneous with the ...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, June 13. 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

??????...':.'?'? v* ;.; Sffttkit $tap?rt. ; ? ' - . , : -;- ? ? - BOOTH COAST £$p WBfct1 ©AMDBN CO ?;.? '?'???. ;;;? '/: , ; u&irwsp. ? y, o- . ? . :; 7: Svnxkr. June IB. 1697. / Butter, ore»mery,pei lb., 13d to 1*4 ' „ t»itory, 12d to IB* ' „ fint\u*Uty, duty, 0« Hid to 12d ,;. ,. second qutUtj.diiry, lOilo lid ? Ewin, *tk4 hana-oiued *id to eji . ,; ' feacoa, beat machine cured, O^d to Od : .... Hinur, but taud-cured, TJd to 84-1 ' H*ib«i n«chi&» cured, 7*d to Si ' Uid.^totd , ?« , ChBe»e,-tlrbt-iu»lity.,tUloJld ?' ; „ ,„., kecond quality* 4d to 4j4 ffioow,2d«o2ia ? Hide*, per lb., 2^(1 -?*.! ... * t:»lf»k»ni, e»ch,fldtoi«0d Flour, fint quality, per ton, £180* *d U £13 10* Flour, second quality, £12 6s Maiie, per bualiet. new, 2s id to 8s 6d Wbe.it, 3«0d to 4»8d nk-4* «a» »nn 4S ? &« ill) tn Al I FlB All Duley.Ctpe, 3»0dtp«i*9d - & Bye gn*i leed, pi* bush., 6i Od to 8* 64 ? Cockufoot gnu wed, per bub., 9* to 9* 6d »r«n, »J toSJd FulUrd,ya U-94J O»U,...

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

You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your g-ner«l piinting ; if you do not ; feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can '\ afford to g've the newflpaper yo'ir cards, dodgers, \ billheads, envelope!, and all business piinting to J execute. The ncw»p iper man needs it, and it helps \ to ray £?* the thousand «nd one free notion he ^ giveB von and your town ; but don't give it to the '; travelling canVHSser. who cm give yon no Buch re- f. tarn, and is spending neith r time, money, nor - brains in helping you to liuild up your district. . ,\ The lime may como Ijvhpn a newsuauer may live _! flim|ily upon the reieiiue derived from thesobBcrip- » tioni and adrertUem«nl-, but ni- ordinary ne«s- \ paper i'i tny ordinary town ciin i-xist without _ i auxiliary support derived from general printins- ' ,- Therefore, if you went li gond newspappr— one that J will still help your towi— give it all yourp.inting. ';

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Why and Wherefore. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

..;???' ' '-infrMMfh^wi.- *'''???. I Ksrow/Birt irueuee I ,ta«p, J fcpog not ;??'. - ;^httfor IJg.v .&,--. -'-J--1 -P % But the fact stands cle»r tf fat I am here t- lo this world of pleasure aiid woe, And out of -tio mist and murk' nnotber truth shines plain. — ? ititiiiuiy power eaoh day and hour ToiSd u- iU joy or Ub fain. I know, that the earth exists, it is oodb of my , ? ? -? ?:-? business why, .'':.' '. . , : ? I cannot find ont what's it's all about — ?-.. I would but wasle time to. try.. My lief in a brief, brief thing, I am hers fur .??; a little space, ' And while I stay I would like, if I may, To brighten and better the place. The trouble, I think with us all, is the lack of a high conceit ; If e&uh-tuan thought he wus Bout to the spot Tu make it a bit more sweet, ' Hoir sunn ire could gladden the world, how easily right all wrung, If nobody shirked and each one worked To help big Mlows along. Cease wnndcriug why you oatne ; stop boking fur faults and fla...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

Roman Catholic Causes. Sunday : First Mkaa, 8.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligatiun : Mass, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Key, J. Donne,

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The Federal Constitution Vote. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

She Federal Constitution Vote. Following is the comj.leteiist of {rotes polled for and against the Qnnvoption Bill throughout the Oaroden Electorate cm Referendum l-ay. June 3rd. The figures wore not available foi last isBue : — ' y«9 Tsr..: Appin ... ... .,.9 83 ,BHnKelly ... ... 8 10 '' Brownlow Hill ... ...25 22 Bnrragorang ... ... ' 3 13 Burrsgorang, Upper ...5 29 Catnded . .... ...107 105 CaoipbelltDwn '... ... 84 120 Co3t'« River ? 8 10 Cross Boads ... ... 10 23 Ingleburu ? 44 19 Mewtngle ? 57 39 MinV ... - ... ' ..''IS 26 NarellaD ? 2S 34 Pieton „. ... ... 86. 131 Paddy's Swamp . '... 15 8 The Oaks ? 31 61 Thiritnoro ... ... 22 26 Strathfield . . ... 1 6 Westbrook ? 12 24 Wilton ... ... ... 5 . 21 ; 842 755- ?: I Infornm) : Brin^eily 1, C.iinJoii 4,''Jli»Ttb 2,i Narellan 1, Pictou if ; ;

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

CHBECH SERYICE9. Cuvbcu op England.— St. Pstkrb. Sunday Bervicea : Morning at 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.S0 in summer. Holy Communion : Fint Sunday in the month at morning service ; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in the month* of June, July, and August. On festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 8.30 p.m., and Bible Claa.. Denham Court— St. Mary's, 11 a.m. ; April 21, May 8, 22, June 6, 19 ; 3 p.m. : April 17, Hay 1, 16, 29, June 12, 26. St. Junes', Infrlebmti— II a.m. : April 17, May 1, IS, 29, Jane 12, 261 3 p.m. : April 24, Stay 8, 22, Juneg, 19. Kveuing services when an nounced. Hbv. T. V. Alkin.

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The Last Straw. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

The lost Straw. A DBA J? old lady walked into « Urge general, shop recuuity aud asked for a pennyworth of soap. '_' W« don't sell a pennyworth,' said the polite shopman. ' Yes, I want the yaller kind,' replied the old lady. ' Y-iii don't understand me, madam,' said the shopman. ' I said a penny will not buy any soap in this establishment.' ' Sure -enough,' replied the aged customer, ?' soap isn't what it to be in my time — they put too much riigum in it these days.' ' Good gracious !' exclaimed the now dis tracted shopman, in a stage whisper ; ' will you jast hear this, old lunatic J' Then, placing his mouth to the dame's ear, fairly screamed : ' We don't sell a peent worth of soap berej' ' Yes,' said tlw old lady, ' you may put it up in paper and tie s string around it, if you like.' The man rushed to a b7-x, took out a bar of Boap, and almost threw it at the poor old woman, exclaiming : 'Take it and git! you .old Haridan of thiinderation [' The old tady carefully hid her penny oa ...

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A WOMAN"S SHRIEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

A WOMAN'S SHRIEK. There might hare been 200 of us at Tribnla tiou Gulch when Johnny Otem arrived. The new arrival was a young man about 20 years old. He was shrtrt and light, and his hands wero small, though Bunbrowned and calloused. There wasn't anything unusual in the sight of a uny amnnget tne aiggers, out this young chap was a bit different from the common run. He was quiet spoken, had no cuss wurds to throw around, and didn't seeiii to want to mix' up mnch. I took a sort of liking to him from the very first, and it was at my suggestion that he en tered I he claim he did. There was room oo the liigh ground for another tent, and I had him pitch his tent next to mine. Indeed, I asked him to share my shelter, but the offer was de clined. Every man in a mining camp has a partner, unless ho happens to be a mighty mean man. I had lost mine by death, and it cubic about that Johnny and I were soon known as *? pards.' That mean a store than appears on lite surface. It weans a fair divide...

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

AUSTRALIA'S NATIONAL RESTORATIVE, CLEMENTS TONIC RESTORES. VIGOUR, HEALTH, AND VITALITr OF YOUTH CURES WEAKNESS, LASSITUDE, DEBILITY, INDIGESTION, PROMPTLY AND PERMANENTLY. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Mr. Thos. Snoh-dkn, Budget Office, Single ton, N.S.W., writes on Aug. 19lh, 1896 :— Some Lime ago life to me was not worth liv ing ; I simply had a mechanical existence. You will understand that being a printer, my occupation is not conducive to good health. I was wurkiug iu a close office, and became thoroughly exhausted. I lost ull desire for recretliou, and pleasant moments were foreign to me. I had no particular ailment, but I should almost have welcomed a cessation of earthly strife. But the darkest cloud has a silver lining. I read some testimonials, amongst which was one from Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.P., who had been cu rod. I sent for two bottles of Clements Tonic, aud after taking them I was quite well, in fuct I never felt better, and I cheerfully bear witness to its remarkable ...

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Innocent—Yes, Innocent. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 15 June 1898

taaoceat— Yes, Tanoooat. Legal eloquence in the United States is not wanting in fluweriness. For example, take the recent address of a lawyer ' out West' to a jury. ' Gentlemen,' he said, ' the law expressly declares, in the beautiful language of Shake speare, that where doubt exists of the guilt of the prisoner, it is your duty to fetch him in innocent. If you keep tliir fact in view in the case of my client, gentlemen, yon will have the honor of making a friend of him and all his relations, and you can always look back upon this occasion and reflect with pleasure that you have done as you would be done by.. ' But if, on the other hand, you disregard the principles of law, set at naught my excel lent remarks, and fetch him in guilty, the silent twitches of conscience will follow jou all over every fair cornfield,, the skeleton hand of remorse will be for ever clutching at your vitals, and my injured and down-trodden client, gentlemen, will be apt to light no you some of these dark ...

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

ALL Illllf IDLllliliS Who tuny Iji' preparing for WINTER^ And naturally anxious to secure The Very Best Values Obtainable arc invited lo INSPECT — : The Choice Lot of SEASONABLE GOODS at THE RED FLAG STORE, which, for Style, Quality, and Prices, Surpasses Anything Previously Offered in the district ! MRS. W. W. LEES. J. LONG, JUN., Manager. DEATH. JORDAN. — On Thursday, 2nd June, 1898, at Liverpool, Edward Jordan, aged 70 years.   FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, -C ASTHlU.,lKFLUEKZA,OONSUMPTION,to.,*o. KAY'fi QiOMPODND ESSENCE OF LIN. SEED, AuUeod, Senega, Squill, Tola, 4c. CAUTION.— apuriom imitations are being offered. KAY'S COMl'OUND, a demulcent eipeo tomnt, tar Coughs, Colds, ondChest ComptainU. T7'AY'S COJIFOUSp, forConghaandColdg, J.V is equally Bemceabie for Hones and Cattle. THAT'S TIC PILLS, a apaciac in Neuralgia, XV. Face-ache, 4c. Contain Quinioe, Iron, io. T INUM C ATHAETIOUM PILLS, digeattve, JLJ comocive, and agreeably aperient. /?'lOAGULINE.-Cement for B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

. For Consumptive Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 3s 6d. All first-class storekeepers keep Whyte'e Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Cough. Care for your garden, and it will feed you. ; By Special vjffilffiffsf APPointnlla* 8OAP MAKERS TO HBB MAJBSTI THE QDBBN 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 disappsint you. FaeiimUet of the beautiful Academy Picture, 'HEADS OVER TAILS' (by M!h Dorothy Tennant), which created such a senution in Londoa, can be obtained (until further notice), Free of Cost, by forwarding to LEVER BROS., Ltd., SSBOIiABBKOE ST.,BVDNBV 45 SUNLIGHT 6OAP WRAPPERS. With ;o, it will be framed ; and with too Wrapper*, framed in gilt. This Picture it 6t furanydiawingroom / '?ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ?3 I M-K--HAI,'. OrnclM. 28 ' Wyiiyant r-iu»re, Sjiluuy, «iii-j-lii» C.OMI'J.I-.TI: (L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

' '?^:.- ? ? ? , ~ - . ? y i4'- 4- '?; .-?' ?*:, £ ^- j. **&' ?';£- ^ £ -^ - -:- ' '*T ;..'.'-?.'' sftj^Oft SAME, Young Berkshire Pigs.— Ap- : , -£*?? ply, E. AHD W. FlBLDnOntfE', OinipTjell .-, '-.' ': . . : town. „- ! - . ;.- . . .j.. .. .v-.^. ,;. -,-, ,.:^,- - '. . ', : / ; ?'? - ? ?? C10E SALE,— F«iH- Trees;* .^ES^plrAnn^ ??:?'????? **?;.*ai^^fi)*ipnM«i;liifreTppp}J»tid^3«iii.j dwfShbw.— WT.liiTH, -7anipl»lllbwii. ' ? T pSI,\oa-ThundayJ»st, sn Brpugnton or. ~*4J/*:^a^^Tm^:'»Bltt^Jt.i'ji!r.'''''X!ibiM;«iU kindly leaye Mme st.OAurBXLiTOWN HithAKi) ?-?; -'??.. ??? Office. ._, :' ? '.::: \ ;'. I' rpO LET, ' Wattle Grove Farm,' Ganapbell ?*- town, 120 iiores.— Apply, Mbb. Obopx, 38 George-st., Redfern. , - : ' TO LET,— Small Dairy Farm of 57 acres, lately occupied by Mr. R. O. Brace. — Apply, Campbblltown Herald Office. TO LET, — 'Rostrevor,' lately occupied by H. D. Cox, Esq. ; 6 superior villa resi dence ; good stabling, garden, etc.— Albz. Munbo, Council Clerk. . ; ?. ;, ...

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The Changeable Weather. SICKNESS PREVALENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Tbs Changeable 'Weataer. SICKNESS PBEVA.LENT IN NSW SOUTH WAXES. Changes of season have variable effects upon different individuals (writes a medical author ity), bot none feel a change in the season so quickly as the fair sex, who, by reaBon of their delicate organism, are. paiticularly prone to ex terior influences. There is a deal of sickness now right throughout Australia. Calling round to see a lady friend of mine, Mrs. Mar garet Ross, of Bsthdowa and Pfliuierston streets, Melbourne, the other afternoon, I fonnd myself, daring a chat, gathering material which has assisted me considerably in writing this article. ' I have been a great sufferer from neuralgia for ten or twelve years,' remarked Mrs. Boss, apropos of the subject, ' bat nothing relieved me except Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which alone have effected a cure. All changes of season proved futile to arrest my malady. Daring the day time my sufferings were painful, but on retiring to rest, the agony I suff...

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No Wormy Apples. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

,. „ Vo.Wtm^i^gfiM-..^ A OoeekspondEnt writes to the London Cable :— ' I have never had a wormy apple in my orchard. . The only thing I do to keep in sects away is to put plenty of ashes around the roots of the. tree's, with now and then' a little salt. If there is a bruised spot or' de- cayed place ia s tree, I caver it over ot fill it with ashes mixed with salt. I prune my trees as soon as the leaves ere off in tlie fall, and do. not wait until spring. All other orchards in my vicinity, except my own, are infested wttb^wprmB.' '? ~ ;;; .;?'*'- -

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Revision Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Reviaioa. Otmit. A BETisiOK conrt, presided over by tha police magistrate (Mr. T. E. MacNevin), Was held at: Campbelltown. on JVidny morning last. The 'following names were added to the 'roll': -t£ A. Bryant, Brpwnlpw Hill.;. L. Byrne, Appin; 8. Collins, Monnt .Hunter ; E. Cross, Ben., Elderslie, Oattidcn ; J. B. finthnance,* Oawdor; G. R. Ingh's, Piclon ; A. T. M'Donald, The Oaks ; J. Noakes, Picton ; H. Pool, Oatnden ; J. J. Seddon, Oampbelltown ; W. E. Venness, Cawdor : A. Halloran. Brin gelly ; J. Seymour, The Oaks; J. Hagan, Leumeah; and J. R. Cantrell, Camdeo.

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