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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Sfiil'w«vy InibrxQAtit}]ii SYDNEY-CAMPBEi4.T0WlI TRAIN SERVICE. 7? '? ... Week-day Service:- ;, ,'.,.' L«»tc Sydney. AVrfteO'town. : 9.30o.m. l0.4»*.«n. . 10.35 12,24 * 1.30 p.m. 8.05 p.m. t 5.15 6.05 t 5.18 6.43 6.50 8.28 f 9.00 9-59 11.30 1.00 a.m. . Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 3.28 6.10 7.17 Leave C'town . Arrive Sydney. * 4.43 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.46 8.39 9.38 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 4.00 5.44 8.33 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. ' 2.85 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.30 11.01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 f Saturdays excepted. * Moudajs excepted

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

More Kelbounw llamli. -y FOUR PEOPLE RE8T0EF.D TO HBABTH BY'bILB BEANS POE BlilOCSNESS. , M1LB0URNE PEOPLE ASTOUNDED. i ' ? ?- ? ?'' ? ' ?'?? - '?? DIGESTIVE AILMENTS AT LAST CONQUERED. (From the Melbourne Advocate) : - {Bead what the Melbourne 'Advocate' says nf a prominent theatrical publisher, hia wife's, son's, and brother's cure.) ? : A most remarkable case has been brought to our notice (says the Melb.' ' Advooate') in that of Mr. F. S. Baiter, lh^ well-known theatrical man, who resides at 15 Fawcetfet., [?] To let Mr. Salter speak in his own words : ' For years I was a con stant sufferer from ? bilious ness and its dreaded effects. Needless to re mark, various dootors and patent medi cines were tried with the hope of being cured, but little, if any, relief was experienced from these sources. After an un satisfactory night's rest, I was wont to rise with a nasty taite in the mouth and a feeling of iuteiise weariness. The throat was parched and dry, and the whole system was bei...

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

Influenza. The increase of this malady fs very marked: this winter, and as tho after-effects on many have turned out so seriously, it is a wise pre caution to, if possible, prevent this fell dis ease, or at any rate, at the outset of the at tack, endeavour to 'nip it in the bud.' Further testimony of the efficacy of the world renowed Wolfe's Aromatic Schnapps in cases of influenza is frequent, and the agents find that they come unsolicited from many persons who, when attacked by this disorder, try Wolfe's Schnapps with most satisfactory re salts. Mr. Lewis Stead, a well-known resi dent of Napier, New Zealand, wrote some time ago to the N.Z. Times, published at Wellington, declaring that a treatment by garling of three or four hours' duration was sufficient to cure him, and went on to' say t ' the cure being thoroughly complete, I had no chance to try it again on myself, but as there are many sick and dying of the same . complaint, it seemed to me my plaiu duty. to humanity to let ev...

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

DO YOU SUFFER from LfVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, ? Ob any symptoms of a disordered digestive apparatus? If so, there is no remedy iu thn world so safe and sure to give relief as Fletch er's Pills and Ck-meuts Tonic. Don't be mis led into wasting time and money nn any of the ' All-failing' nostrums so speciously adver tised bjr designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Ueuieuiber, these two remedies have stood the test of time, that their merits are proved, and that a few shillings invested on I hem may aave you weeks and months of suffering, and, perhaps, pounds of expense, for they have done so in hundreds of cub.-b, and we will send you evidence to prove our assertions on receipt of your oame and address. Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you neglect yonr case the complication increases and a cure ~ becomes more difficult. Shun the chi-upquncli doetors aud designing nostrum compounded ; etick to the remedies Cl-meots Tunic and Flet...

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Dairy Farming on the Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Dairy Farming on the Richmond. These is at present such an exodus of dairy farmers from tbe Bega district to the northern, rivers (remarks the ' Standard')^ and so much' has reoently been said about the glories of the north as a dairying distriet, that anyone ven turing to express an opinion to- tbe contrary was at once put down as knowing nothing abont it. The following, being an abstract, from a letter from Mr. Michael Maher, Rich mond River, will be read with some interest. by the dairymen of this district, as the writer Is well known here,, having had 20 years' ex perience on the South Coast in practical farm ing, and ten years on the Richmond River - Under date May 24th, 1898, Mr. Maher say* — *' Comparatively speaking, there bas been, very little dairying carried on in this, district until tbe last three or four years. During the last two years creameries hare been, built all along tha river,, and all' tbe fnrmiTS who fiart a. few cows started dairying (as they iui.il it).. So...

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Tributes Paid to Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

TriimteB Paid io Women. Woman is the masterpiece. Women teach bs repose, civility, and dig nity.' ifuV'iiOv:*- f'-'r::' 'j'V;;;?^:? Shakespeare has no heroes, he has only heroine*. ?' - '_, ? , ? ??_. '\ --.,'' - If woman lost Eden, such as she alone can restoreit, ..,r ^-.^.r»..-S'r. » ~ .i V Woman is the most perfect when the nioat lHOBIBOljr. '' ej.-«*c « tv A A . fel a-. v There is a woman at the beginning of all great thiijgs. ' , : ' The Sweetest thing in life is tbe unclouded welcome of _» wife. Women are a new race, re-created since the world received Christianity. .; i Heaven .has nothing i more, lender than a woman's heart when it is the abode of pity. For, where is any author in the world who teaches snch beauty a woman's eyes. ... . . Woman is born for love, and it -3 impos sible to torn her from seeking it.

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A Suggestive Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

A Suggestive Answer. In a caso for compensation brought by a tobacconist against a railway company, the cross-oxaminiug counsel asked the plaintiff : ' But you don't really make £1000 a year out of this little shop, do you f '? Oh, yes 1 do,' said the tobacconist, em phatically. ?? Hnf hnw V ' Wull, yon see,' said the witness, confi dentially, ' ii's the situation of the shop. I net a lot of gents in late at night, who call for a sixpenny or shilling cigar, aud I give 'em n VVhiturhapel penny 'mi, and, biossyou I they don't know the difference .' '? Oh, nonsense !'' said the counsel, contemp tuously, ?? you don't expect to make me believe you caii do thai ?' The witness vvoxod warm. Eyeing the counsel with iudi^nution, he retorted : ' Oh, can't I ? I've done it to you a good many times !' Amidst the roars of Unghter which fol lowed, counsel 8«t down. Thn liver nf the. sun fun is frequently two tons in weight, nnd yields from six to eight Imrri'ls of oil. A strange furm of insanity w...

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

Accident. An accident, whioh might eaBily have been attended with more seriooB results, happened to Mr. Whalan (inspector of the Sydney Wfeter Supply) and a friend named Mr. Wokeford on Wednesday of last week. The gentleman named were driving along the bank of the canal in a sulky, when of a sudden the lurse shied. The occupants, fearing they would be precipitated inio the water, jumped from the vehicle, and so esoaped without injury. The horse, however, plunged into the canal, and before it could be rescued was drowned. The canal was running three-parts full at the time.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Aftbr the reported interview with Mr. Barton appearing in tbe Sydney Morning Herald of the 20th inst., the Anti-Federalist should at least refrain from making a policy for tbe leader of the Federal movement. He is well able to do that for himself and will speak with no uncertain voice bat with the con sciousness that his utterances will be accepted bb those of a sincere Federalist, whose ooe great aim at present is to secure the union of these colonies in the fairest and best obtainable terms. Mr. Barton has never said, as the Anti-Federalists and their press organ would have yon believe, that the qnostion for the people at the next general election will bn the Bill, the whole Bill and nothing but the Bill Mr. Barton has said that the practical questiju confronting us now is this : ' Shall we fede rate as early as possible upon Ihtt most reason able terms to bii obtained ?' and if ire as a people hold that opinion, shall we leave the achievement of that great result to hnnds suited ...

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Arrest in a Church. A SENSATION INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Anest in a Church. A Sensation Incident. Quite a sensation was cimsed at Wullerawang ou Saturday night last by the plucky arrest of a roan in St. John's Church. About 9.30 o'clock, as Mr. Mead, the local poBtmaster, was passing the cburch, his attention was arrested by a noise, as of someone attempting to force the door. The night being pitch dark, Mr. Mead was unable to satisfy himself as to the correctness of his suspicions, so, on re turning to his office, he communicated with Constable Jovce. who. in comm.ni »itli Mr William Cole, the postal assistant, repaired to the church to investigate matters. On their arrival a faint light was visible in the vestry, and a closer inspection showed that an en trance had been effected through the main door of tbe building. Leaving Mr. Cole to guard this exit, Constable Joyce walked up the aisle, revolver in hand, calling on tbe in truder to bail up. Tbe man, however, pre ferred to make a bolt for liberty, and rubhing past the constable, escap...

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

The Rainfall. Fob the following particulars of the rainfall we are indebted to Mr. John Eidd, of ' Blair Athol ' :— Points. For the 3 months ended Mar. 30, 1896 . 940 April ? 42 May ? 284 June (lo Tuesday morning, 21st) ... 250 From Jau. 1 to June 21, 1898. ... 1516

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Pbbsbttkbuk Church. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum : mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious instruction, publio school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manae on Friday evening), 7—9. Rev. D. Mooeb, B.A. Rev. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Congregational Church. Sunday Services : Morning at 11 ; evening at 7 in winter, 7.8* in summer. Communion : First Sunday in tbe month at morn ing service. Special eerrice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular : Last Sondny even ing % the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Sanke/'s hymns. Sunday School: Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and fiiends of aohulars are invited: First Sunday afternoon in the month. Beligjmu Instruction at Public School : Every Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Class for yonns; men and women : Aiterneti ' ' Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening before Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Areadi* at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerritt and Her. G. A. Baves, B A., alternately. Beivica on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. Raves, 1S.A.

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Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Eloctioa Notea. -Mr. Aahton lias consented (6 stand Jor the ^Qoulbuwasatv r ^ - '-???£? ^t S..A '? lit wae generally anlicipa'ed thai: the pnpn lar'**'Diuk' O'Connor, Q.C.. wonld conlest WaplUhra, He bfts,. However, yielded : *b Uie.; iriporturiMe electors' «f Tourist' Atld will 'ptnk lliablyrbe Member for Lenibing Flat in the 'nezt'Parlianient. .; . '.. ? Mr. Brooe Smith has definitely decided to scptiteit' the Glabe against Mr. ^^ «Hogd«, 0mog ;^|^^dc^inTili^ea-yopiaar^f, in tbe Gleoei X'16 ^ong represctited that con stituency in Parliament) aniajority was recor ded in f»»6r of the Con»ention Bill in this city diviBion, Mr. Hogue is very popular in the Glebe, but be can hardly contend, against ?0 big a political gen as Mr. Bruce Smith. Mr. Eeid demands the exclusion ' 'of the three-fifth* majority clause in the Bill; Now let this, fact sink deeply in the minds of (be people. . At the Melbourne Convention, wlii'ii Sir George Tamer prnpesed . that a simple majority of the joint QouS...

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

; ; «? ^ -afc CAPTAIN FEBiG-tTSOXT, ; j . ' ' ^fes«feg«^ Private Secretary to ; : i :£J£9|i5e HIS EXCELLENCY ;; ? ?y£a3^@*$&& THE GOVERNOR: : ? ? ' of N.S. Wales ' ? : : , Writes ; : -- 'I beg to Inform yon that the sample packet of '??? , , j ; ; ji/' ^'a»n^x CEYLON ; ; j ' ' yon were good enough to send me, was prepared for Bis Excellency, ? - I I ; and the Tea seemed to be or EXCELLENT Quality.' ' J ; j | The Nirvana Tea Co. which puts up its Tea in lead in the Country - - In whloh it is grown, in order that It may reach the publio in the original ', ', ;' packets, has appointed as its local agent— „, ;; :: Bar IBS. J. W. IEES | ! ! From whom FREE package may be obtained. ! ! ; As this well-known Grocery Bouse will set Its Tea direct from - ; ? ? . Ceylon, consumers will be given an opportunity ©r purchasing their Tea 3- * ' off the very Gardens that produce It. '3 ' - IN POUNDS ana HALF POUNDS. Xj, t

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

? 1M till, vf : I1 EYE to detect the schemes ' , of dishonest tradesmen ' ' .^fco. &tjBm|-t; to fitt§t^4 IMITATIONS of -i 5cboapps ON YOU. UXTBELLTOWlt ^GMHHAR SCHOOLfc AND Commercial College. ? T5ARENTS are advised that Conveyances ?*- for the fiBAMUB SCHOOL run daily at 9 and 11 a.m., returning in the afternooa jm^ mediately after studies. . .'* Legal Notice. —MR. S. jTh! MOORE— QOLICITOJR.of our oGSce. will continue to *^ Visit Campbelltown every Saturday, arid may be seen at Mr. Cald well's residence, Queen-street, Campbelltown, from 4 to 8 p.m. Mr. Moore may also be seen on other days by appointment. . i GOULD AMD SHAW, ^' Solicitors, J)ridge-£t., Sydney* J. OROGHAN, MASON — MONUMENTAL — MASON v— ^amj^ellto'wa.. _??.». ...?r-&:* 'TJESIGNS of Monuments, Headstones, &c, ?^-* in Granite, Marble, and Frecstoue, for warded on application. Stone Korbings and Iron Palisadings. Repaiis a Speciality'! Graves marble-chipped in any pattern, also paths tiled. PRRAY ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Wesleyan Cuukck. June 26 -Mr. W. W. Smart at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Ficton Parish ? Roman Catholic. Not received. The CampMltown Herald ?WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED THE CAUPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE S3, 1898.

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More About Ensilage. LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

ICon jifcottt;Sniiii8p. TlWbbhb.'' A ,aEB4T »d«dUgt! in msTcing anj sort of eu ttiUae 1U» in the fact thatitrt greatest wight of the most nourishing Tiidaer Is ohtained and preserved from (ha »'n«lle»t possible area of : J*bd. Tbi« new is emphasised iu a commnlii . cation Which an i *? Australasian' writer has re lultra) frnin Mr 1 R Rulurlann nf Hiltnn Bacchus Marsbt -? We had for many yearn,' aaid Mr. Robertson, ''been in the habit of making the first crop of the season from turen acres ,«f lucerne into hny, which, as.a rule, jiolJed-abiiut 12 tonB. Now, duringthe pro oe*8 isf -making, it had to be' tnrned man; times, at pfu» frequently the ;cwe .owing to spring rains j it naturally became bleached, lost.a considerable portion of its nutritive pro pertied, and the cows did not relish it at all. If kept considerably on it, a considerable re duction in the flow of milk at once took place ; in fact, some ' strippers' would dry off in * week. When we constructed our silo, however, and...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Miscellaneous Home. The influx of aliens is causing grave alarm in the Clarence River. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is Cd and 2s 6d. ,Molbor6, do not . neglect yonr children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough. .' ' Football matches in Melbourne on Satur day were marked by disgraceful scenes. A naturalist has discovered that the smell of lavender-water will render lions and tigers as docile as Iambs. Speaking on Saturday night, Mr. Sydney Smith said that the Ministry had nothing to fear in the coming electoral Btruggle. Mr. -Thomas Pearce, an old resident, and connected with one of the oldest families of the district, died suddenly at Liverpool on Saturday last. Life is a busy round of unfinished business. Some watery people can pump out all the tears they want. Good behaviour should be some thing better than a mere matter of policy. The ambition of some men is nothing better than an appetite for adventure. It is now possible to get to Syd ney from Mel...

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A Strange Series of Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

A Strange Series of 'Weddings. A dnio.uk series of weddings took place in the Adeling Roman Catholic Church last week, when tliH Misses Hoffman (three) were married to three brothers Quioii. Two of the brothers who were married were twins^ and also two of the aisttrs. One other brother of the Qninti family is already married to a sister of the Hdffmans.

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