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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Wesieyam Chohch. July 3— Rev. R. Caldwell (sacrament) at X. Sunday School aL 10.30 a.m. Pjctos Pahish ? Roman Catholic. Not received. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GAMPBBLL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2». 1898.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Subscribe to this paper. — Is per quarter. A gallon of water weighs lOlhs. An average of 1000 pigs are eaten in Lon~ . don daily. The British public spends £16,500,000 an nually ob tobacco. ? The office of Communder-in-Chief of the army dates back to I960. The British P.O. makes £4000 a year by unclaimed money orders.. Better tlie hopefulness of an enthusiast than the wisdom of a pessimist. Fifty years ago the population of Europe was about 250,000.000'. It is to-day consi derably over 360,000'000, ' J

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Prbsbytbbian Chdech. - Su-iday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Tnursday, 9 a.m.- Kdigious inatrustioD, public school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening', 7— 9. Bet. D. Moore, B.A. Rtv. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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

A Life-Time of Indigestion 2 Absolutely Incapacitated for Business. Was Sceptical, and had no faith in any medicines but what doctors prescribed. When his friend worried him, he threw prejudice aside, took Clements Tonic, , ?;; now '' Mr. L. T. Forbkst, Angas-street, Adelaide, South Australia, writeB on January 6th, 1896 : — I cannot longer withhold my testi mony to the efficacy of Clements Tonic. From early manhood uutil my present age. which is 41, I suffered very seriously from Indigestion, which manifested itself in vari ous ways — constant drowsiness, lasting and splitting headaches, which frequently abso lutely prevented rue from attending to my business. I bad nob the slightest faith in any medicines, except those prescribed by the leading duotot*, and consequently spent a large portion of my income in professional advice and chemists' drugs without perma nent beneGt. About six months Bince, when on a holiday, compelled by my old enemy Indigestion, a friend fairly worried me ...

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

Wool's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and onUU, never fails, Is GJ and 2s 6d. ' What on enrtli ure jmi dniiiR with tlml little wntiT ca», Tommy ?' 'Sprinkling tin bulk's IihhiI eo's his Luir'il sprout.' Subscribe to (Ins paper, — la per quarter.

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

w&BflllTTiptiOIl. Tuk fttnvius American physician, Dr. 3. Mount Bleyer, is buBily engaged upon the work of perfecting his new discovery, which he thoroughly believes will master the fell disease of consumption. Though not yet so far ad vanced as to warrant the acclamation of suc cess, his experiments so far hare proved most satisfactory. Dr. Mount Bleyer has Beii-d upon the well-known principle of the purifying agency of electricity. He establishes oxone, by instituting an electric current, and the ozone revives the impaired blood of the patient's system. His method of administra tion is simple, consisting of the use of pads placed on the sufferer's thest directly over the defective organ. Another pad is placed at the corresponding point on the patient's back. An electric current at high voltage is sent directly through the body for 20 minutes or halfan Imur. Under this system the decayed tissue of the lung is gradually destroyed and easily gut rid of by expectoration.

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Nelson's Historic Signal. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

[?] Thb death in Melbourne of Commander Piitco, R.N-, reeallt an inicretiing «tnr» about ^'?Nolaon'a fatuous signal «t ibe fiaulf of Trmfat - ' gar. Oiimnifiidi'r Putco's father was Admiral Pfttco, jrhD wat a lieutenant M the timeutf the time of ilie great battle, and netted a» H flig- lieutenant to Nelsun on the Victory. Ho^ uaedto relate the itory rof hi* oonvenation 'witli Hie ttent in the Ititlowing worat .?— - ' Mr. Pii*cn,' aaid the Admiral, ' I «iah (o My to ibe flue!.' England coiifiiles that firerf mau will d-) his duty, aud,' lie added, 'you tnnst be quick, for I Imve one more signal to . make, which is, 'Oiora fur action.'* . 'If Jour lordship will permit me,1' said the lieutenant, '? to substitutes 'expeots' for 'cob fides,' thfl signal will soitn ba completed, be cAuse tliu word 'expects' is in the signal viiuabnUry, but the word ? confides' must be spelt at length.' 'That will do, Pascn ; mnke it at once,' ?aid thu Admiral, apparently pleased with thu Blterhtion.

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"The Last Sad Office." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

" The Last Sad Office." An old resident of an adjoining district, who received a severe shaking some two years ago through being hoisted over a stockyard fence by an infuriated bovine of the mail persua- sion, writes as follows to an old friend:—   " Since the terrible accident, every BULLI PASS terrifies me unutterably;. and I begin     to think my days are NUMBA'D. If, there- fore, I should APPIN to kick the bucket, I would like you to BERRY me by the bank of some clear river where MENANGLE, for I was. always a great enthusiast with the hook and line. When you have PICTON such a spot, peg it off— 10 x 4 —as my relatives are   ALBURY'D in roomy claims. I've BINALONG time ale-ing, and now only await my bier. Your unfortunate friend. JOE ADGER.—P.S.     —When I shuffle off, see that the event is   announced MIT A GONG (Mittagong)."     To which his friend briefly repli...

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A Floral Phantasy. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

A Floral Phantasy. I am a Chrysanthemum. I know I'm yaller, And sometimes yallerer ; But I am in it Just the same. I am aware I'm built Somewhat After the pattern of a mop ; But yet I am an efflorescent epitome Of the great American spirit Of git thar. For I struck this country A stranger. Without a scent And no capital Except my blooming shape. But I stood straight up And held my head high, And do yet. And to-day myself And my descendants Are in the floral 400, And the more Frills We develop The more we're admired —PRESIDENT McKINLEY.  

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Campbelltown Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 29 June 1898

Campbelltown Public School. On, Friday afternoon last, on the occasion of the 'breaking-up' of the sohool for the mid winter vacation, a number of the parents of the scholars assembled at the school to witness an entertainment given by the children. The programme submitted consisted of choruses, duets, solos, dialogues, recitations, etc; and the various items were rendered in a very creditable manner. The senior girls of the school sang several chorus nicely, and the children of the infants' department gave a number of pretty action songs. A part song,   "Over the harbor Bright," by the Misses Lucy Alkin, Edie Huckstepp, and Ruby Steel,, was much appreciated. The Misses Pearl and Gladys Campbell rang a dnet (ac companied by their sister on the violin) very nicely. Recitations were given by the Misses Jessie Webb and Ada Hodges, and Master F. Holland. The dialogues, were most amusing and witty, and were much enjoyed ; the pupils who showed to the best advantage in these ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

The Campbelltown Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance.

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Miscellaneous Hems. The estimated population of West Australia on June 30th was 171,021. No good mother should be without W byte's Anti-Congh. By a tram ncciient at Kewtown on Sunday night, three women were injured — one seri ously. The National Shipwreck Society has made o number of awards for acts of bravery at the late Maitland wreck. Mr. W. Wilkinson, of Micto, has a business announcement in another column, to which at tention is directed. Hungary has been devastcd by cloud bursts aud heavy hailstorms, the damage in the vine yards and cornfields being estimated at ^thirty railliuu florins. The assault on Santiugn-de-Cuha was com menced on Fi iday by 15,000 Americans »ud severs! thousand Ctinsns. During a lull in the battle at Santiago, the infantry sang *? The Star Spangled Banner,' the wounded joining in. The Americans lost 1200 killed or wnnunVd in the battle »» Friday and Saiiinlny, whilst 2000 were cuptiired by the -Sp»iiinrd-!. It is reported that Admiral Sampson has destro...

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Treatment of Blown Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Treatment of Slows Cattle. Mb. Matthew Woodburv. of SpHngliill, Inverell, gives tbe following treuunent for ' blown' cattle: — ' I have' Had n lot of trnuble with my cattlA being bluwn with clover, or, rather, trefoil, but at last I have hit bpoti a remedy that acts nil right. In the case of a milch coir, I put her in i lie bail, and, taking a round picpn of w.vid abmit a font lone — a hit of hrouiu bandit* will do — fasten r cord to each end, put it in her month like a bit, and lie tightly s» as to keep the month ojien. This will give relief almost at once. In a fen minntes remove the slick, and run the cow a [hw times round the yard. She will then he alright. In the case of unbroken cows, they can be pulled np to the bail with a rope. When the month is forced open, the gas is enabled tn escape.'

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Ingleburn Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Inglefcttni Muaioipal Council. Tbe rpgular monthly meeting of the above council wna lield on T.ncaiMy pvnnini of last week, when there wen- vriwit - Alilcrmpn WihiteJioiise* (Mayitr), Ri.rff. M'lnlies, nn.1 Livingstone. The minutes nf previou.-t tnceting were rend .and adopted. |, 'The onrrefpondence rweivi-d pnnsisted nf two communicatinng — one from the (iffiiial ASBiunee in an insolvent estate, asktne for na'r ticularsof rules due ; and thn other from the SJoard of Health, requesting to be 'snpplied With . relorne : as to tlio number: of 'cattle alanglitered dnrine (he past year, ele. jfiiTlie correspondence was received and TPiilii'H were directed to lie sent. The only nther hiisinesB before the meeline; jsvasjtlie conRiderfttion of a million hr Aid. Liringstone, io the effect that all work dune, byibe council ob tendered {or. -? Jliis , w»8 «i'ijonded by Aid. ll'Innes arid carried, after wbiYh the connt-il rusr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

I, IT I TAKES MORE *. THAN NJM.F AN .EYE to detect the scheines . of dishonest tradesmen ? who attempt to foist ' IMITATIONS of Wolffs 5cboapps ON YOU. CAHFBELLTOWN -^li IHll Mil! SCHOOLS AND Commercial College. 'DARENTS are advised tlmt Conveyances -?- F.ir the UBAMMAR SCHOOL run doily at 9 and II a.m., returning in tlie afternoon im mediately oftcr studies. Legal Notice. —ME. S. jTll. MOORE SOLICITOR, of our office, will continue to *^ Visit Canipbelllown, and inny h« sen at Mr-Caldwell's residence. Queen-street, Oarop belltown, nn the first and third Suturdays in cbcI) month. Mr. Monre may also be seen -on other days by appointment. GOULD AND SHAW, Solicitors, Bridge-st., Sydney. J, CROGHAN, MASON — MONUMENTAL — MASOK CampfceUtowa. DESIGNS of Monuments, npadsfonfie, &c\, in Granite, Marble, and Freestone, fur vvarded on application. Stone Ki/rbings and Iron Palisudings. Repaiis a Speciality ! Graves marble-chipped in any pattern, also pnths tiled. MURRAY & CO., 71...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your general printing ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give- the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing, to ? execute. The newspaper manneeds it, and it helps to pay for the thousand «nd one free notioes he gives you and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser, who c»n give you no each re turn, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your diBtrict. The lime may como when a newspaper may Jive simply upon the revenue derived from the subscrip tions and advertisements, but no ordinary ne»s piipet in any ordinary town can «-xist without auxiliary nuppoi1 derived from general printing. Tliercf re, if yoir ?/.?«ni a good newspaper — one that will etill help your town— give it all your printing.

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Staihray Information. ; . ? :;|8 SYDNEY-CAMPBKLLTOWN TRAIN i ^|H sbevice. - ?:??- -SB -— ?? ???..-. .?? --;tj« Week-day Service! ! ?'-^'m Lore Sydney. , Arrive C'town. 9.80 a.m. 10.49 a.m. 10.35 12.24 ? 1.30 p.m. 8.05 2.111.' t 5.15 '6.05V ' t 5.18 6.43 6.50 8.28 t 9.00 .?.&,? 11.30 VW» fcan. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.n;. ' 9-08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 S.28 CIO 7.17' ]-nve Clown. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 u.tn. 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.40 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 3012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive Clown. 9.40 a.ni. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9-59 9.30 11.01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney, 4.43 n. m. CIO a.m. 7.85 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2.05 j-.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 t Saturdays execpted. ? Mondays rxcepted CAMPBBLLTOWK-CAMDEN TUAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.00 n.m. 7.35 a.m. 8.50 9.25 10.55 11.85 f 3.33 p.m. 4.1Sp.m. ?-^~*ktg^0 ,!-.??«.? :*z*.t!z? ? ?i-sajr'-vSO:^~~ ----- ^-^ t 7.22 7.52 Leave Camden. Arriv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRA T.— Under the distinguished patronage of Hi» Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul General for Italy, at Melbourne,. M.arch 14th,. 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medioal 'Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous nils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medica\ Divi sion of the Prueaian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to as through the CodbhI at Melbourne, March. 2, 1878y we state : — 1'. is pro-red by tests made by the Medical Climes of the Uniyursitii 8 of bonn and Griefewald, (Prus sia), and reported to- by Dr. Schlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the...

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Comfort for the Old Folks. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Comfort for the Old ffolke- ' . - '.. .. '**'?* *?' . £ ? SntpoBE the wheeli of time jjould euldenlT be re versed, and we could, in an mitant,' g& baqk to the year 1614. Wby, nan, you woulrA fecogniae Eng Und/ Ifou^ouldia'tknow fcow'to speak, what to do, 'Or tow 16 understand the thing^ around you. You' wbild-b^ m iompletely ^Joit jU though you were wUjkea^away, and dropped in the plwet Juplter/^dB^niarfiiia no;™iJwajl in England, no teleErapWM qinnlrtg wi'terinitbii City hokna:, and mlgfiiy few of \he toilets til- mi* ves tlut are, standing ^ow,. Between, mjt afidlift^e differ ence is «j jgr6«t w iatwetnTSsM kndl 3600. Yet j' wdgtenS'iMl'l vv ?« 1 1. '9 ? ::\ :.; Yet a lady who was born in 18lJ inrites us «ie* following letor. ShemyB:' In the;early part of 1881 1 commenced to feel weat andj ailing. My appetite was jud.flnd after moaU I had an aching pain in tbe cheat and s most uncomfortable feeling, in the stomach. My mouth tasted badly, and j I ?pat up a tour, sickening f...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Postal Information. Mtru are despatched from Campbelltowa as under : — Sydney and North, 10.15 a.m., 8 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Went, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., 'Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 «.:m. and 6.30 p.m., SundayB excepted. Nerellen, same lime as Oamden. Minto,. 10.16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Ingleburn, 10 IS a.m., Sundays excepted. Granvillc, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays eicepted. VVfdderbum, Monday, Wednesday, end Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundayt excepled. Douglas Park, BBtne time as Ficton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepced. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.

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