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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
CHURCH SERVICES. . Church of Knouhd.— St. Patkrs. Sunday aerricn : Morning »t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion : First Sunds- in the month at morning service ; 3rd Sunday,' 7.«fi a.m., except in the months of June, July, and August. On feativali, aa announced. WftdnewUy: Serf ice at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday': Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Denham Court— 8t Mary's, 1 1 a.m. : April 2*, May 8, 22, June 6, 19 j 3 p.m. : April 17, May 1, IS, 29, June 12, 26. Et. Jamea'.iojrlebuin— II a.m. : April 17. May I, IS, 29, June 12, 26 ; 3 p.m. : April 24, Hay 8, 22, Jane 5, 19. Evening services when an nounced. Rev. T. V. Alxin.
Alas, How True! [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
Alas, Bow True! An exchange relates that once a farmer had 2000 bushels of wheat, which he sold, not to one single grain merchant, hnt to 2000 differ ent dealers, a bushel to each. A few of them paid him in cash, bnt the greater number said it was not convenient then, hut would pay later. A few months passed, and the man's iii&miv «ui:uil[lb ruu tun, uvn in UIIS I im said ; ' my two thousand bushels of grain should have kept me in affluence until annthnr crop is raised, hut I have parted with the grain, and have instead only a vast number of ac counts, so small and scattered that I cannot get around and collect it fast enough to pay my expenses.' So he posted up ft pnblic notiee end asked all those whi . owed him to pay quickly. But few eame. The rest said, ' Mine is only a small matter, and I Trill go and pay some of these days,' forgetting that though each amount was small, when nil were put together they meant a large sum to the man. Things went on thus ; the man got to f...
A Mammoth Cheque. £11,008,857 15S 9D. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
A Hammoth Chooue. £11,008,857 15s 9n. The balance of the China-Japanese war in demnity and one year's occupation expenses of Wei-Hai-Wei were paid to the Japanese Gov ernment at the Bank of England at a little be fore noon oh May 7th (writes the London ' Daily Mail'). In view of the largeness of the amount, viz., £11,008,857 15s 9d, the. navment was made in flip nrpNAnnA -nf tJini governor, the deputy-governor, and tbe chief cashier of the bank. The transaction really' involved a sum of nearly thirteen millions sterling, the difference being settled in ac count. The payment was made by a single cheque, probably the largest that was ever drawn on the Bank of England. Tbe above mentioned payment discharges all pecuniary claims of Japan on China, which is entitled to demand the withdrawal of tbe Japanese forces from Wei-Hai-Wei.
A Million per Mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
A Mmioa per Mile. Pbhhaps the costliest mile of rail-road in the world is a mile measured on the steel portion of the Forth Bridge (Scotland). The length, of this portion is a mile and twenty yards, and the cost 'of it was considerably over £2,000,000. The most expensive railway system is the world is the ' Inner Circle' line of London, which cost, including the purchase of land, from £800,000 to £100,000,000 per mile. The last constructed mile, between tbe. Mansion House and Aldgate, ongt altogether; including ' compensations,' nearly £2,000,000.
A Record Advertisement. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
A S-00td AdVWtJ JHttlHHjt»x Alfaw York shopkeeper once made, a record in advertising by bribing * condemned fiBroi nal to advertise his wares : upon the -Bcaipt}. Ad inhabitant of the Slate of New York h«d been jenUmoed to. death, At the last moment, when actually standing on the trap o?^-rtm, scaffold, he was asked by the governor of ,; fire' prison if *b bad anything, to ?«?&£, ;.;?!$»; doomed man nodded, and the crowd listened Intently for his last words, cxpeoting him to make * confession. Instead, in a strong, firm voice he said: ... . . ' ; :: ' All I have to say is, tbat the best 7» 6d hat in America can be obtained of Mr.—— — -, hatter, — : ? street.' , . n ? 'He. said nothing more, .and the execution proceeded. Lator, it transpired that the hat ter in question promised the convict that if -he would advertise him with his last words, he would pay his widow £25. As a matter of fact the advertisement was such an enormous success that he paid hor £50.
Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
Wise aqd Otherwise. It is sometimes cruel to be lenient. Love is a most delightful slay^rf . Time is money in the sense that it cannot be held. The cost of St. Peter's, Borne, was over £14,000,000. Potatoes in Greenland never grow larger than a marble. Fools learn in no school — not even in that of experience. Many a man who has no fear of a lion backs down before a gnat. Prussian blue paint is made from the ashes of the burnt hoofs of horses. The explosive force of dynamite vis about eight times that of gun powder. A recruit who joined a regiment at Windsor stood 6ft. 6in. and took a 15 boot. A man must ask for a woman's hand, but her heart goes without the asking. In Chicago bread must be stamped with the weight and name 1 -nef the baker. compliment to ask to exchange cups with a friend. Watts : ' It takes travel to bring out what there is in a man.' Potts : ' Especially sea travel.' The grandfather of the Roths childs is said to have scarcely owned a penny in 1800. A noble heart ...
Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
RfliilTTfiT Inform fit? M? i ', ?' 8YbpJBY-CAMPBBLi.TOWN *BAM SEBVICE. ? Week-day Serrices Leave Sydney. Amp* O'toj™- ll 9.30 ».m. . , . 10.48 ?.«. ' fl 10.85 18.** ll ? 1.80 p.m. 8.06 p.m. .-% t 5.15 €.05 a t 5.18 6-48 J 6.60 8-88 ?J t 9.00 8.S9 --M 11.30 1-00 a.«n. ' J Saturdays (additional) : ?_ J| 8.00 ».m. 9.08 tt.m. M 1.55 p.m. 3.17 p.m. nj 2.28 3.28 J 6.10 7.17 j Leave Clown. Arrive Sydney. i ? 4.48 «.m. 6.00 «.m. . j 7.85 8.46 .i 8.89 9.38 ! 10.42 12-10 p.m. as 12.30 p.m. 2.05 -^ 8.88 4-45 '??-« iM 5.44 I 8.83 1012 . | Sunday Service : .%i Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. ? M 9.40 «.m. 11.05 «.m. | 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. ;j 5.50 7.15 ? 9.00 9-59 -?: 9.30 11-01 i Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. I 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.14 = 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. s 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 s t Saturdays excepted. ? Mondays exeeptod ;$
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
.? ' ?. ?..?'.'-' ?? '?.-'?' %&^ ' '. ;' _ ; ?'? ' ';' '?'?- .- -THE-' 'R ' ' ^CAMPBELLTOWNf HERALD^—. m (PUBEISHED EVERY WEDNESDAimORNING) '?',.? IS OUE Of THE BEST ADVERTISING JOfolS OFT OE SYDNEY. ? ? ? -/? *MMMII ? MMIMIMMMIHJ Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation throughout the Camden, Cumberland and Bowral Electorates. ? I 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 competition I ?Z J. M'GLYNN, Proprietor. -$§?'? - ? ' ... AM AJ-BUf»\ OP ... O O Jl Photo-Engravings of Soonos, CiHet, Indus. JlAZl triss, and Interesting Phase's of AlutnlUn «Ut Ula,-rithaond»litani7deMrii«oiu. To be completed fa .... Twenty-Pour !'ortr-lyl)tly ONE SHIULING PART9, A Material Keeord of °rt» Laai In wahb m lire. A Suptrb Ornament tor every Horn: A Charming Souvenir of Hletory ami A Magnificent ana Soluble Pr...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
Official Correspondence. Mr. J. Simpson, of Appin, forwards the fol lowing (received through Mr. C. Bull, M.P.) : Department of Lands, Sydney, 20th June, 1898. Sir, — I have the honor to inform you that tlii) additional sum of £150 has been set apart by the Secretary for Lands ont of tins year s vote for the improvement of the public parks and recreation reserves in your electorate, the amount for each separate area being as .follows, viz., Appin Fulls Recreation Reserve (special), £100 ; Tliirlmere B'creation Reserve (special for fencing), £50. — I have, etc., William Houston, Under-Secretary. C. Bull, Esq., M.P., Sydney.
Thunderbolt, the Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
Thunderbolt, the BuHm&ger. Writing in the Gltn Innes ' Examiner' a correspondent says : — Meeting the other day ?n old Italian hawker who gave the informa tion which led to the shooting of the outlaw Thundetbolt nearly 28 years ago, I was remin ded of the daring actB of that notorious free booter in this neighborhood before bis career imu u'-t-ii cm&eu oy » puucHuinu s uuuei. unc of his deeds of daring is well worth recount ing. The Tenterfield annnal races were being held, aud a highwayman was known to be prowling about the ontslrirta of the town. Tbe hero of the meeting was a little bay gelding named Minstrel, and this horse won the double, the stakei representing about £180. Minstrel was owned by one Fell, a stockman on Mary land, and on receiving his cheque he converted it into bank notes. Disregarding the advice of his friends to lodge the amount in the bank, he soon afterwards proceeded to tbe station, riding on a back and leading the race horse, with his savin...
Had to Pay After All. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
Sad to Pay After AIL A poob man, locally reported to have a 'slate oli,' in an out-of-the-way village in Gloucester shire, called one day at a farmhouse whilst the good wife was dishing up a huge plate ef dumplings. ' I'll bet thee a penny,' said he, ' that I 'I'll bet thee a penny tbe'e keent.' ' I'll bet the* I can,' again said Jack, ' Then do it,' said the woman. Thus bidden, Jack threw his legs under the table and calmly devoared the contents of the plate. '? Missus,' he-said, 'J shall have to pay 'ee the penny after all, for I find that I can't eat tho plate !' ?
How to Make a Fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
^wm^t&j&amiK:: :% The following are extracts from a letter writ ton *y Henry Ward Beecher to his aon :— , You mutt not go into debt Avoid debt as would the devil. Make it a fundimental role : Ho debt— caihWnotbing. ?...'.??' . Make few promises. Religiously observe -he »uiallist. : A.man who means to keep his promises can't afford to moke many, . we otiMjmiuuaijf uurriui iu an BinemeDVB. Accuracy ana. perfect frankness, T no guess work. Ettlier nothing or acenrate truth. . Make youTtelf necessary to those who cm ploy you by industry, fidelity and scrupulous integrity. SeifUhnw ia fatal. ; . Hold yourielf responsible for a higher stan dard than anybody elee expects of you. De mand mnre of yourself than anybody rise ex pects of you. Keep your own standard high. Never pity yourself. Be a hard master to yourself, but lenient to everybody else. Concentrate your force on your own busi ness ; do out turn off. Be constant, steadfast, persevering. Do not speculate or gamble. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
For hacking or whooping cnngb'nse Wlijlc'e Anti-Congli. For Cbilrirni'a Hacking O»ng)i take Woods' Great Peprmnnint Corn, Is 6d mid 2* 6(1. Your chemist keeps Wood's Great Pepper mint Care For coughs and colds, Is Gd and 2s Gd. Mothers, do not neglect your children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough. Gave Himself Away. — youngster (canglit stealing Presbyterian minister's fruit) : 'Don't hit me, Mr. M'Taviah ; I'm a Presbyterian.' Minister: ' And whit may be your name 7' Yo'iiigalei : ' Patsy Murphy, yer riverence.' Subscribe to this paper. — Is per qunrter. For Bronchinl Coughs (nice Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is Gd and 5!s Gd. It is said that more people hare died from colds than wero ever killed in battle. The public schools closed on Friday lust for the mid-winter vacation — three weeks ; re-open on 18th July. At a sale at Lismore last wank of Messrs. Wilson's dairy stock, forty-five cons averaged £9 ; one realised £34 10». The Bulletin says :— -Just on the eve of a N.S....
A Desperate Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
A Desperate Death. The New South Wales Parliament dies hard — or, rather, hardened. Instead of penitential psalms, tlr . 2 have been exhibitions of black guardism. Members have rhetori cally tirung each others noses, metaphorically massacred recalci trant colleagues, and politically pulverised opponents. Language that would have tickled the ears of seasoned larrikins has echoed in the historic Chamber. The ladies' gallery has emptied at a rush, and threats and direct charges of vari ous enormities have been hurled from all parts of the House. Par liament dies impenitent and defiant, utterly regardless of the fact that it must meet its makers and mas ters — the people. One would have thought that as the hour of dissolu tion grew nigh there would be symptoms of sorrow and remorse, but of these there were none. Many members may have experi enced a sense of humiliation, but they concealed their feelings. How ever, polling day is not far off, and the voters may be avenged.
St. Patrick's Primary School. ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
St. ratrioVe yrim«7 Soliool. ? ? '?' ! Annual Coscbrt. ? ?' Tn« annnsl concert in connection with 8t, PatrSekV Primary School was given by the gupiii in hhe Town Hall, Oaiupbelitown, ton Tuesday evening of last week: Most dis igrwabfe weather prevailed f6r some days pf* viuu«, and on Tuesday it Also rained heavily, the roads and footpaths being rendered almost impassable in coDtpqoenee, It was fully ex l-ected that the entertainment would be inter lered with. .and. x- thmc-s turned oiit. tlie takings suffered, tugfittendance not being bo l»rg« as on previous occasions. 'However, many there were who braved the weather, and when at 7.45 the proseedings commenced, there was a mntt satisfactory attendance, 'the hall being welt filled. Concerning the pro gramme gone through, too ranch cannot be said in praise. The children rcquitted them selves in a highly-creditable manner, and they, together with tlinse responsible for their train ing, are to he complimented upon the result. Tuesday's ...
The Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
The Batter Market. The South Coast and West Caindiw Coope rative Coy. reporlg nnder date June 25(h : — '? The demand for choicest fresh butter in creased somewhat towards the end of the week, but this may be accounted for by the fact (hat (h« output from several Ian»e fac tories on the northern rivers was unable to t-e placed on the market, owing to. serious floods, and buyerB, seeing a possible shortage in supply, were a little more anxious to oper ate. As against soy likely decrease in our locul production, we have the fact of B.M.S. Oi muz arriving with a considerable quantity --f Australian butter re-shipped from Lon don, but whether the quality is such that it will interfere with our freshly-made butter cannot yet be determined. Yesterday's market closed with brisk saleB for choicest fresh creamery, Is 2d.'
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
CoNORKOITIOHAI. CHUBCH. Sunday Service* : Morning at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wmtr, 7.30 in summer. Communion : First bunday in the month at morn ing serriee. Special a. rr ice to attract those who attend no chnrch — Toune men inpartioalsr : List Snndny even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Banker's hymns. Sunday School : Every Suuday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday/ when parents and fiinods of ech-lura are invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Religious Instruction at Public- School : Every Tuesday morning at 10, Bible Clasa for young men and women : Alternsti Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 6 o'clock on the Wednesday evening befi re Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcidii At 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerrilt and Bev. 6. A. Raves, B A., nltFroatelr. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Hev. G. A. Raves, B.A.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898
CiOB SAtE,^-Proit:3?«Ml'3E2 perTnn . '?'''_ dred 5 Brat !-«»» »t Liverpool .ayd iCani-:' deb'S)-bw:—W. Smith, C«m|ibeHiftwn.* ? * ^}^in§*br AV^drt^Mp^ipHiV'toWi P T- OST.ioq ,M«'»A«y *f feBrno°£ .between Mr. -erj iEmporiiiin, ',» il»dy!e :3ilrer Wntch, nrjth short blaok-^etded chain attftotii'd. - Reward; , K-a leh-iiiR: it it.lhejpffi*' iof . ibi| :p!|p|ftpr*t Heave's Dr*pery Emporium. ,? .' -r-- -t-. :? iTVTDriCB 410. ttiim ijeW.tts, ,jfhQ : .wish , Jo ?*-' know. — 1, Mr^s AWandw, of East Minto, am not the Mrs. Alexander who for merly lived on tlie wat*-r-»ork«. ' . ' . ? . * 'rji'tTlTET,— Small T)airy Farm;** 57 acres, ?*? lately occupied by Mr. R. G. Bruce.— Apply, Campbeli/towN Herald Office. ' T GAMBLE, Auctioneer, will have for sale ?f (by nncMpb). thisidy^W^dijrgaay, JnijB 29th) j 2.JDOWB (one of. them ruilking), andl4 Heifers (good sorts). \ju ANTED to Buy, a Pii.no or Amoricnn * ' Organ, any condition, cheap.— X.Y.Z.j CampbBli.town Herald Office. : 'VXTANTED, Situation as ...