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A Girl Ten Years Old Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

A Girl Tsa Tears Old Storied. Much indignation was aroused among tb'e residents of Visalia (U.S.) on the moroiog of May 6th . last, wheu it was learned that the authorities had permitted the marriage of a little child of ten years to a six-fooler 88 years old, to be solemnised there the previous night. The name of the tiuy bride is Alice Adams, and the groom is James M. Hitcbcook. Both are from Kern County. One strange feature of the transaction iB that the little girl's father (Arthur Adams) was along and sanctioned the union. The license was not issued until legal advice had beep obtained. A local justice of the peact s.p«rioruied the ceremony. The father's excuse for/allowing the marriage was ^hat h-» divorced wife , was endeaToiingJokfe|i the little girl in « disreputable boiisis io Sak'era fcid, aiid be took this plan tq get Alice away from her mother. Hitchcock and his. baby bride and father-in-law left for their homes the following morning. There is strong, talk of prosecutin...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 22 June 1898

Loeal «ad fl«neral. YksteedAT was the shortest day of the year. i For affections of the £hest and lungs, use Whyte's Att&bougn. '^ ',' : / ./ | T ' ; Parliament .was opened yesterday, ? with the usual ceremonies, by: tbe Governor. . ; The Premier favor* tbe opening of pnblio honses for certain hours on Sunday. - Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs -nd colds, never fails, Is 3d and 2s 6d. ; A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at Campbell town oh Tuesday, the 12th July'. .--... The completion of the re-construction of the Cataract Dam, at a cost of £1550, is re ported. : Mr. Bert Askew, we are pleased to learn, ia making satisfactory progress towards re covery. ?? A Seven-hills orcbardjst claims to have dis covered if'cnre for all ttliilPpeStS except tho Queensland fly. . : *'' { The mandarines I sell are Thornies. These are the best flavorettof the three kinds grown. — J. Bigelsford, Oampbelltown.* As we went to press yesterday, the weather waB very unsettled, ...

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The Bottom Principle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

The Bottom Priao^e -w-..-.:.;v. .„-.??_ ? u , . «??;? ? ? ?: »»*BUfo 'pwely happen* to.' Alwaya keep that ^ W)^#ou «M«e it.,Wi»Jev*r comei to pus hia i«p ,afleo.u»te ^attse right behind it*. 1 don't say ^MtW|^lt;^a*ewdUioveij. Notajjit. It h the bottom principle «t «U knowledge. But ^etit, and »o,i»vei lot pi trouble there'a no seed ^ohavie.S'.'5V;.£':t&f*:'. £ K^S' ' . Hew U Mother May. wla^we **-?-*'*-. *e«rlrunvr«nfl ^kjiiw. ^'tt|niaHerii'MtfotUi but for two-tnir&orihf^woiBeniitBngliuid, ' ?'*» 3a\y,l$»0)'ih-ifi»yi,«l hul an attack 61 influeiua, which leftttf in ? wekki exfaatuted con dition. Uelt languid anfl tired. ^Eterything was a trouble to S£ tfwa good «ppetite that is natoril tome wat gon«, and when 1 did Uke a little food it fave me a dreadtal pain in the ohest. There was '?1*0 a strange snuation in my stomach. I Celt u if I bad eaten too much when perhaps 1 had tcarcely eaten anythiug. ' ' Then, after a tiaae, I 'begin to have a dry, hacking cough, and to...

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Don't. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Don't. Don't forget that pecuniary charity is often a curse to humanity. Don't submit to the inevitable until you are sure it is unevitable. - . . Don't bet that the dog with the handsomest collar will win the fight. Don't think for a minute that a man cv«to bows to fate as a matter of courtesy. Don't place too much confidence in your companion when yon are beside yourself. Don't forget to remember that there are a great many things that should be forgotten. ; Don't think because hope makes a good breakfast thBt it will make a satisfactory supper.

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Jefferson's Ten Rules. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Jefferson's Zo& Hulos. 1. Take things always by the smooth handle.. 2. Never spend your money before yon have it. ' 3. We seldom repent of having eaten too little. 4. Pride costs more than hunger, thirst sod cold. ..??''. 5. Nothing is troublesome that we do wil lingly. 6. Never put off till to-morrow what yon can do to-day. 7. Never trouble another for what you can. do yourself. 8. Never buy what you do not want be cause it is cheap. ??????' '~- 9. How much pain (ho evils have cost us that have never happened. ' - 10. When angry count one before you speak ; if very angry, count ope hundred. ,

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A Record Result. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

A Heoord Eesult. For the month nf May, tlw B-ntrchila Dairy Company treated 7967 gallmis nf milk, pro ducing 44201ns. of butter, taking lSllia.of milk to make one pound of butter. Suppliers? were paid Is Sd por Ib. for. butter fnl, equal to 6|d per gallon. ' The highest test was 5 S and the lowest 4 ; the average, 4'55 This is said to be. the record result attained by any Souths Coast dairy company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

- -^ . ^. CAPTAJN FERGUSON, | . - ' ^^fef^M&CV^P Private Secretary to % \ §^^^^ HIS EXCELLENCY I ? ^w^^^» THE GOVERNOR:: - of K.«. Wales ; - ; Writes ! \ ?? I !)« to Inform you that the sample packet of , . i : j4 ^^ifci CETtON ; ; 1 ' yon were good enouph to send me, was prepared for His ExceUency, - ' ; ; and the Tea seemed to lie of EXCELLENT QuJoUty.' . ; , ' ' The Nirvana Tea Co. whfoh puts up its Tea in lend in the Country ; ; ' I In whloh It Is grown, in order that it may reaoh tho public in the original ., ; packets, has appointed as Its local agent— ._; -| : ^* IRS. ¥.¥. LEES :: ! ! From whom FREE package may be obtained. ' \ I As this well-known Grocery House will set Its Tea direct from - ; ', Ceylon, consumers will be given an opportunity of rurcliaalnp their Tea . » f ' off the very Gardens that produce it. ? \] , IN POUNDS and HALF POUNDS, ..S . ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

TTnder^e^UangttM^^atfpnagBOfHiaMaiejty v - tii* ^^ or Jtilj^^ ^er OT^uniMtlon Tnads by . httioi;j186». ;A^'oi^^eVt-rjHedilul Clinic*-- ;; .?..^OM^etniiU^M^IUaolij^fi^a^altia^n'^- . ? jjaarketa.'pioduots ^v*J!npl£'^toiMjitibh«^iprlii(ng^ crude Tet{nouio!lta. to order that these crude oila. ~ may not be taken 'for oat pure Volatile Eucalypti : ' 'Extract, -which is reeognUed , by the Medical Divi aion of iheVruBnian &DTomment tobeof peifeotly ' pure origin, ia «irintorniitiirn forwardea to'-ua : through th»Conanl *t Meltionrn.,ilaroh2, 1878^ weatate:— ;?'?-?_::' -j-',:. .?.-??'?S-XU-i1.: '.???' .-,' .. '_ ? Iti«jjro»eabyt«itiinadebytheMeaicalCUnic8 ? of tneUnlvenlrf.* o» Bonn »na Ortehwald^Prua aia), and reported to by )-r,(3ohlutJi. i'rofeaior of Pharmacoiony at Bonn, ; and Professor Dr.J«oi»ier^ . Director ofthe Meiioal Olines At Griefewald,that only producta that are saturated .with oxygen, and lreedotiicid»,*e»inouaando«wr«ubaUniK»«ob8r. ent to Primary dietiUati..n\ wiH de...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Each ftanre in a h'rst-olass waxworks exhi bition has to be re-made every four or five years. The wax loses its color, and becomes soft and spongy aftur that time. Merohant : ' This is one of our latest styles of folding beds, and — ' Old Maid Cus tomer : ' Oh, it's not that ; but yon see, it lets down so close to the floor that I couldn't see under it.' Tlie operatives in mills in Japan are not to be envied. Tliey work every day, there, being no Sunday : aiid the hours range from 12 to 17. TIip rate (if work, however, is slow, and tliero are frequent holidays.

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY, Leave CWn. Arr. Camden. 7.00 fl.m. 7.85 a.m. 8.50 . 9-25 10.55 11-35 t 8.88 p.m. 4.18 p.m. . ; -6.50 ..^. .,^.'{^,. ........ ^ Leave Oamden. *? Arrive C'town. ± 6 50 a.m. 7.25 a.m. 7.55 8.30 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 3.30 p.m. t 5.50 C-30 I 7.50 8.80 t Sat'd' ays only. ? Sat'days excep'd. J Mon days only. | On Sat'dayB, leave Camden 7.55 p.m. Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'town : Single. Return. Hoi. Em. 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd Sydney . 42 2G 60 30 5-3 8-0 Granville. 34 20 49 2-10 4-0 2-8 Liverpool. 20 12 28 17 23 1-8 Casulfl ... 1-8 -11 2-4 1-5 Ml M Glenfield. 14 -9 20 1.3 i'7 -11 Mac. Fds. 12 -8 19 M 15 10 Ingleburn 1-0 -7 1*6 11 1-8 -9 Minto ... -6 -4 -9 -5 -9 -5 Lonmeah. -2 -1 -3 -2 -3 -2 J. Cahfbbll, S.M

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The Price of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

The Prioe of Milk. The milk suppliers do not appear altogether satisfied Aiitb the result of the mass meeting «t Dapto the other day (says the ' Independent'). Mr. Pateson, of the Fresh Food and Ice Co., promised to give 8d per gallon from 18th June to 1st October, and not less than 6d during the month of October, bnt this is subject to the condition that should any other milk company not pay within |d per gallon, of those prices, theF.F. and I. Co. is to be subsequently reim bursed from its suppliers sufficient milk at 44 per gallon to make op the difference. Ono prominent dairyman remarked on Friday that the position was really worse than ever. All the companies cannot give 7£d without raising retail prices in Sydney, and so it will certaiuly follow, he says, that after October the suppliers to the F.F. and I. Co. will have to sell their milk at 4d per gallon — a lower price probably than has ever ruled in the history of the trade — even should the season be an unfavorable in stea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Choosing a 'Wife. Copid is not kept as bnsy now-a-days as he used to be. The world is advancing, and men and women, especially the former, do a lot of bard thinking before they finally enter tbe ' blessed slate.' As the ages roil on man be comes harder to please in this particular. Time waB when a moderately pretty face and neat, housewifely ways were sufficient for the aver ana nmn ThpsB timos. however, there are other things to be looked after. A pretty face still has its admirers, and, alas, a large bank account proves very alluring, but tbe sensible man prefers a woman as nearly physically per fect as is possible to be the mother of his child ren. Woman generally has always suffered more or less from ailments peculiar to her sex, and, delicate though the construction of the various female organs is, a little care and at tention paid at the right time aud in tbe right direction will greatly alleviate much of the suffering many women go through periodically. Within tbe small space...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Foetal Information. ' Mitts are despatched from Campbelltown at ?, under :— Sydney and North, 10.16 a.m., S p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays ezcepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 T-m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 650 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Karelian, same time as Oamden. Minto, 10.16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Ingleburn, 10 16 a.m., Sundays exoepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. ; Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. W.dderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Pic ton, S.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.S0 p.m., Sunday! exoepled. s Douglas Park, same time as Picton. .. .V* Uenungle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepced. ? '?; Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.S0 a.m., Sundays e*. cepted.

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The Value of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

The Value of AAvioe. ' 14 You can ilwayi get plenty of advice bf«»nee it doeBQ't «-8t anything, and consequently isn't of any vdaeAvsiT^ns wytwariy cynical people with whom the world has not gone, very well. Bnt cyniuB: frequently make mistakes in for getting that exceptions prove the rule. The advice of one friend to anotiter is eiimetimea of inestimable value-. Mr. Tate, of Iihioa juvuagr, ..inswBrrn^riwa, lU&rncuYiuB, - ims. proved the truth of the remark, '-jr was suf fering fearfully from inflnenza audUlB after effects,' he says. ' A. f riend rponiniended me to *ifceTI-r.; Williams' Pinli : JRJIl^or |Pale Peoplft. i 1 Mid' so,' and ; am jioWje.implBtejy cured. After thirty years1 immunity from trouble, influenza gripped me. *nd it gripped tne pretty -tight. .Without warning. .J - and- . denly became ill. I always hod a first-class appetite;', it left me altogether., Positively I could eat- nothing at all. Heavy headaches attacked me, and they continued to increase in . ...

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Correct Measurement. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Correot ICeasoiemeat. Some years ago there lived in the «ity of X. a rather eccentric old man, remarkable for his shrewdness, who kept a pirk simp. Some young fellows, thinking to have a bit of fun with him, entered bis shop one night and asked what his pork was a yard. The old man promptly replied : ' Five shillings.' OnA nf ihp vnnnff mpn tUnn Rnirl ? ' TT take a yard.' ' Where is your money ?' said tbe old man. The fire shillings were given, which the old man quickly pocketed, and then produced three pig's feet, with the remark : ' Three feat make one yard.'

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns:— Appin, Bring'-lly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitly, Douglas Psrk, Eckeraley, Glenfield, Oreendale, HoUsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, irtiddenbAcu, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo. Karelian, The Oaks, Picton, Prestons, j Thirlmjre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out aldo these distances the pottage is 2d hulf ounce. ; ? W. Wood, Postmaster. ? '

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

total and Geaexal. For affections of the chest and Kings, use. ^ytetifii!ti.Coiigb^f.-.;r -jf- '?/??-:$. '?& ift iksbrfM that the general cteion will IftaVtpiee «3thel«id of Jo^. ? ^ - : ,?? ; A vi oman 'was': fined for ; drunkenness at Adelaide last Tveekfor.thB 195th time. For »Bthmatioalcoi)gliaandunlds take Wood'* Great Peppermint Cure; 1« 6d and 2s,fid. : : tK^i{nr4-}«-^~'\]Pi'£i^^^ltn£«^aiiBBi,:|»r sale this week.~J. Uigelsford, Campbt-lltuwu.* .. A l-oy named Peai^n. has been ,acojdent%i]y shot dead by Lin brother at Palmerston North (K.Z.).-,.:- ?;??':.+????».-:??}};-. ? r.-.' According to a Cuban report there era soven miles of barbed wire round thn Spanish trenches at Santiago. % .jf ? « ? On dit that Mr. J. E. Moore has decided not to contest the Caindeu seat at tlie forth coming general ejection. . ;.. ? Mr. .Tames M. Sliiel, a resident of Wilton, iged ^'yMirs, died- suddenly on Thursday morning last, and was -juried on Saturday. . There will be -a {Lolclock serv...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, June 27, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

'' ^ilM1*^*?0*'-- SOUTH C-&*T AND..WEST CAMDEN -iO- Ol?EBA.TIVB COMPANY, -I ?;??? \.-- 'r.- \r ? S,»»ifiir, J«te.27.'1897i '?' Bntt«,crMtnery, iwrlb.,lit(t(o 1« „ flrti quality, dilry, Oi Iljd to liM „ tmrad quality, dairy, lOd to lid Bac-n,bwt hand-cured £*d to 6}4 . . Bacon, fceat mfchio* otiitj, -J4d to Od Baoon,*ert»fcaTj and rough, «4-1 Bunt* betf tand-rated, J|d to 8 Id Htmt, machine cured, Ha to Si t,»rd,41ttood . Cheeae,»rMtjui-HtT-euto.'lld ' .,, ; »eeotod quality, 4d to ^d Hoo»jr, 84 to 2Jd HidM,«rjb.,jitd-*«a . L- ? _..;.: C»lf ^Uni, «»ch, 9d to in Od ; Flour, flret quality, per ton, £13 0* *d t» £13 I0i Flour, wcond quality, £12 6i Maiae, per huatiel, new, 2i 8d to 2a 6d When, 3« Od to 4a 6d Ohaff, per ton, £3 16i Od to £i lOi Od Barley, Cape, 3a Od to 3a 8d Ryr gra-a teed, p- r buau., 6s Od to 6a M Oookafoot grass ansd, per buab. , 9a to fla 6d Bran, 711 to 8d Pollard, m to 8d OaU, amd, 2a 8d to Sa lOd Oats, feed, Sa 6d to 2s 91 Onions, per ton, £11 Oa Od to £1 ...

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He Paid the Fine. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Be Paid the Fine. A heavy contribution to the revenue of the colony was made yesterday (says Tuesday's Melbourne Age) by a Chinese named Kie Lee, who was ordered by the District Conrt to pay a fine or go to gaol for six days for leaving his horse and waggon unattended for 40 minutes on June 7. L--e did not care to do bis ' stretch,' and smilingly informed the clerk of the conrt that he would ' pay 'm fine.' He then proceeded to do so, divine; his hands info every pocket of his garments, from which he hauled 36 pennies and 48 half-pennies, which he handed over with a sigli of satisfaction.

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A New Egg Producer. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

A New Egg Producer. With many years of experience and careful study, writes a poultry-keeper, I have dis covered by feeding sunflower seed to poultry it almost doubled their laying qualities. I prr-t fer the New Mammoth Russian sunflower seed, which is much larger seed and contains more egg-formine material than the common sunflower. For several years I have exp«rV mented with it on our light Brabmas, anti found that by feeding it the Brahmas kid' equally as well as the Leghorns or any of the other smaller breeds. It much improves them in size if fed to chicks while growing. It can be grown much more cheaply than any other grain, with much less labor ; and it will grow in any climate and -in any soil Take my ad vice and try it for just one year, keeping an account of bow it affects your poultry ss com pared with other foods.

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