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At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

At the Grocery Store- ^^H What is Talked About. ^H There is a neat and natty grocery store at the corner of TUthdown and Palmerston streets, Melbourne, where one can always drop in for an interesting chat with the proprietress, Mrc Margaret Ross, who assists her husband in managing the business. The theme upon which the conversation frequently turns is the marvellous recovery iron) neuralgia which Mrs. Ross has experienced through using Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pillt for Pale People. A re porter dropped in at the store recently, and to him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her expe rience. ' I have been a great sufferer from neural gia for ten or twelve years,' she said, ' but no thing relieved me except Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pal« People, which alone hare effec ted a cure. All changes of seasons proved futile to arrest my malady. During the day time my sufferings were painful, but on retiring to rest the agony I suffered was excruciating, reducing me to a state of general collapse. I...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny poBtage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringrlly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckeraley, Olenfield, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingloburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellan, The Oaks, Piclon, Prestons, Thirluure, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out sido these dietanceB the postage is 2d h«H ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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Mr. HENRY WILLIS' CANDIDATURE [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Mr. Henry Willis' Candidatui^^H An impromptu meeting of a few^^^^H Willis' Cauipbfilltown friends and 8ii|^^^^H took place at the Club Hotel on Monda|^^^^| ing. Mr. Willis addressed the meeting^^^H gave an ontline of his political views. He^^^J he was a freetrader, but believed in foate^^H snch native industries as the dairying, ^^^M aud fruit growing. He was opposed t^^^H preBent land tax, but would support ^^^H without exemptions, whilst he thought i^^^H probate duty preferable to an income tax^^^^| was a supporter of the federal cause, an^^^^^J follow Mr. Barton, At the close 'f^^^^H drees, several gentlemen present signi^^^^^H intention tn work on Mr. Willis' com^^^^^H

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPRERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY July 4. 1987. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Marlcot Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST TAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. Svdnet. July 4. 1891 Butter, crewnery, rer lb,, 13d lo 14d „ factory, 124 to 134 „ Km1 quality, dairy, Os Il$diol2d ,. i-econ-I quality, dairy, K-d to lid * Etc- n. bH'% h«nd-cured AJd to 6 1 bt«m, brut machine cured, GJd to lid Bnon, beot h*»vy and rough, GJ I Hame, beet ?? and-i-ured, TJd to ttjjd Hub, machine cured, 7Ju to 81 Lard, 4J I to 6d Cheese, drat qu«lity, f.d tc fi}d „ pecond quality, 4d to 4{d Honey, Sd to 2}d Hiile*, peilu.. 2id-o4l Ualf-skine, etrh, 9(1 to it Od Fl.ur, firnt quality, per ton, £13 Os td lo £13 10a Flour, vei'ond quality, £12 5a Maize, pt-r iiuaiiel, new, 2a 3d to 2a Cd Wlie -t, 3- Od to 4a Cd Chaff, per tun, £3 I us Od to £4 10* Od Barley, Cape, 3s Od to :?» 3d Rjw gra b teed, p r bush., £s Od tn Sa 64 Cocksfoot gram si ed, per buah., 9« tu Ua 6d Bran, 'J I to 8d Pollard, 7(1 to SJ Oata, need, 2a 8d to 2a lOd Oats, feed, 2a 6d to 2» 9d Onions, per ton, £1 1 us Od to £11 10s od. ...

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The General Election. MR. JOHN KIDD'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

The General Election. Mr. John Kidd's Candidature. PunfiuBNT to advertisement in our last week's issue, a meeting nf the friends and suppor ters of Mr. John Kidd was held on Friday Bvpning !ast. The business befom the meet ing — which was held in the council chambers, Campbelltown, and very largely attended — was the formation of a committee to work in his interests with a view to securing his re turn to Parliament at the forthcoming gene ral election. The meeting was a representa tive one, and the proceedings were conducted in a most enthusiastic manner. The Mayor (Aid. Barker) presided, and Mr. Kidd was included in. those present. The Mayor having explained the object of the gathering, AM. W. B. Caldwell addressed the meet ing at some length, and in the coarse of his remarks pointed out how desirable it was that the Camden electorate should be represented in Parliament by Mr. Kidd. He epolce in high terms of praise of the candidate, and urged that no stone should be left unturned ...

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

3TOTICE t /'\N and after thU dale I nil! Impound bI* ^-'l . Horses aud Cattle Trespassing on 'Ever- etock.' S. J. SHANLEY. Fop Sale, A FINE Block of LAND, situated on the ?*?*- A|ipin-rnad. Camiiiielltonn, and adjoin ing Mr: Bockiugjd iimpertv ; auitah1 building sitp. For full particu&ftll as fre Denis Carboll. Appin : j«rj. tj|AK kmrv, c»mpi..-Huiwn. ? **s Gentiles.

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

j-ti — . — . i . -r— * jj- ? - — — ' ? : earn * ,* reir.vy.vy-YaTO.vy.v^iw^.v.v™..y..-varariw^ . . tliecas fel ? ? X-V. _._.(1^ Btl(j (3 ^l*'W'*'A^M'A'-mtJM^J'KA:A;-''*'*''A'™''''m*'t^*'A1^ long- \ .'?..'. . . . l'' snr1 . ' : r THE ^CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD^ (PUBEISHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING) IS OIE 0E TIE BEST. ABTEETISIM 1EDIJIS OFT OE SYMEY. «IIMIMIHHim»tWHImtltll ?£r%\ ? W ^f JCmMXi JL JLS9fji JE€t89 Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation throughout the Camden, Cumberland and Bowral Electorates. Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch ; Is 6d each additional inch ; liberal reduction for standing advts. -**-^ JOB - PRINTIBTO - JOB^^ la all its branches, and at prices that defy cumpelitum ! ..-?* J. M'GrLYNN, Proprietor. ... AIM AUBU^V OP . . . 00^ Photo-Engravings of Seines, Cities, Indus jl Ail tries, and Interest^;- Phases of Aurtraliim WUT Ute, with concise literary descriptions. To be completed la . . . . Twenty-pour Fortnightly ONE 5HIL.UNG parts, A P...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

I ^ _r- -rerage amount of sickness I TrT human life is nine days out of I the year. I The total length : of the world's I telegraph system has now reached I 4,908,921 miles. I Al at Lloyd's means, literally, I ' the best of hulls with the best of 1 furniture.' In all countries more marriages take place in June than in any other month. Finger-nails grow at the rate of rather more than an inch and a half in a year. A woman has far more chance of marriage at twenty-three than at twenty-one. Three hundred years ago, anyone absent from church on Sunday was fined a shilling. ' Tou'ye been losing flesh lately, haven't you?' 'Yes; I've been shaving myself.' A dootor says that the growth of children takes place entirely when they are asleep. Some of the screws used in watches are so small that it takes 380,000 of them to weigh a pound. The oldest national flag in the world is that of Denmark, which has been iu use since the year 1219. ' 'What are you treating me for, doctor?' *' Loss of memo...

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Press Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Press Enterprise. When the Maine was blown np, the wife of LienlenanuCommandcr Wainwright was At her home in Washington, She had heard nothing of the news, when she was awakened about four o'clock in the morning by a violent knocking at the door of her house. Finally Mrs. Wainwright rose and looked out of the window, asking what was the matter. A voice called out : ' Are yon the wife of Lieutenant Cammander Wainwright ?' ' Yee, what do you want 7' 'The Maine has been totally de stroyed. We ara reporters, and wish for some information about Mr. Wainwrighl.' Only this and nothing more. The shock caused the poor lady to fall in a dead faint, from ?which she did not rally for Beveral hours, and. fortu nately fur her, it was then known that the hus band was not amongst the lost.

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Football. CAMPBELLTOWN v. CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Football. Campbelltown v. Camden. The members of the Campbelllown Football Club journeyed to Camden on Saturday last, wbrn they played the return match with the local team — the 'Ormondes.' On the occa sion of the previous match between these clubs a drawn came was played, but on SaturJay afternoon the Campuelltnwn. mnn completely outclassed their opponents, and won the match by 6 points to nil. There was a fair attendance of the public to watch the game (which was played on the A.H. and I.' Society's show ground), but a little unpleasantness was caused on several occasions by a section of the crowd who were inside the show ring going over the boundary linn, causing n great deal of in convenience to the players and also to the umpire, when called upon to give a decision. In fact, at one stage of the game (during the second half) a number of this crowd grew so excited — when it was thought that Cam den would score a try — that they got con siderably mixed up with the players, and' th...

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What a Daughter Should Do in the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

What ft Daughter Should Do in the tJHB should constitute herself her mother's %:lln^n'^H^»n&1k'|liwW'^i^o^^i!a'Ti-' ta!fi.i^,^b6ijr. _'-_' ? . ?'? . ,' : ?,.???'.?-?»?!-'. '-:': She can' help in 'the housekeeping, and, if it it needful, ih the lighter parts of the cook iug;»nd hopsework.'. J:f f. ¥'t'.'JFR'-'i . f3he ^ can bsfrienil tb¥ younger ?^nlflren, teach them sometiuibs, &ke Them for walk*, Aud Strive her utmost to win their confidence ind affection. ' : * tSbiTban see to her father's little comforU, consult his taste and likings, make herself use ful to him. ; , .','-,.- ? j She can receive her mother's callers for her, and help her to p&y calls. ' ? . She can .greatly assist in entertaining : visi tors, and should take the younger guests al most -entirely off her mother's hands. ? : She should pour out afternoon tea, and re lieve her mother at all such «a«y duties. - She should arrange the flowers,, and dust such drawing-room ornaments not entrusted ...

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

Congregational. The Rev. G. A. Rnves, B.A., leaves Camp belltown tn-morrow (Thursday) for a months' holiday, part of which he will opeud in Queens land. Mr. W. A. Ramsay Sharp, B.A.\ a medical student of the Unirersily of Sydney^ a fellow-sUidont and friend of the Rev. Mr^ Raves, will preach hern on the 1 OtTi and Slst insr., Mr. C.irrick on the l7ih, and Mr. Lance on the 24th. Mr. Raves will be in Campbell town on the day of the Parliamentary election. A ' pound night'1 social will be held in the church this (Wednesday) evening at C.30 o'clock.

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

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and cold:*, never fails, Is Cd and 2i Qd,

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A War Veteran's Story. HOPELESSLY HANDICAPPED BY SEVERE BILIOUSNESS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. MANY MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

A War Veteran's Story. HOPELESSLY HANDICAPPED BY SEVERE BILIOUSNESS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. MANY MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. REMARKABLE VICTORY FOR BILE BEANS. Mb. Bknjahin Kkewin, who resides at 472 Little Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, and is a native (if that city, was born in '47, aud has seen a good bit of the world during the past half-century. He -ouk an active part in the Maori War of '64-'68, carrying his life in his bands, and having many hairbreadth escapes from his dusky foes. He enjoyed excellent health till within the last few years, when those common complaints, biliousness and liver troubles, attacked him. We shall let him speak for himself :—' I was a sufferer from liver affection for years. But my main trouble arose from the 6tate of my liver, brought ou through bilious ness. My appe tite, once good, al most entirely failed me. In fact, .1 took a great dislike to food of any sort. This, for a mail of my calling — a carrier — was a severe affliction, for my bodily strength ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

On Thursday night last, Mr. Want delivered a speech in the legislative Council, which, as an i-xample of bitter personalities and strong invective, would be difficult to equal. Mr. Want is a clever man, and is not hampered by any ideas of the advisability of nsintf ordinary courtesy to nil opponent. He imputed the most dishonorable actions to Mr. Barlon ; Bpoke nf his personal vanity — a charge never before levelled against him — and violently as serted his want of canfidence in him. No one lias ever yet told Mr. Want that he is the greatest man in Australia, and he seemed very much hurt thut the members of the Conven tion should have held and expressed this high opinion nf Mr. Barton. It was certainly very had taste on their part. Here whs Mr. Want, ready and willing to receive any flattery which should 1 1' given, and certain tu be quite un spoilt hy it, and yet no one has ever flattered him. On the other hand, Mr. Barton did not look for praise, hut still received it, and the con...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Wehleyan Chuhch. July 10 -Mr. B. Proctor (Fellowship meeting) at 3 Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Picton Parish.— Roman Catholic. Not received. The CampMltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY G 1898.

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Church News. ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

: Church Notts. Anglican. ' ' ? The seventy-fifth anniversary of St. Peter'* Church was celebrated on St. Peter's Day, Wednesday last. June 29th. Three service^ marked the occasion, and all were fairly atten ded. At the morning service the Rev. Canon Pain, B.A., preached a kind, thoughtful, help ful sermon. The Holy Communion cthb cele brated. The Rev. C. J. King, M.A., and J. F. Russell, M.A., took part in the service. In the afternoon the Rev. Canon Pain ad dressed church workers, when the candidates for confirmation were present. In the evening the Rev. C. J. King preached. The offerings for the day, together with those sent in in re sponse to a printed appeal from the church wardens and those of last Sunday, will go some way, we believe, towards lightening the burden of debt which rests on the churchwardens and parishioners.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Kohjin Catholic Church. Sunday : First Mass, 8.30 a.m. ; aeconil Mass, 11 a.m. i Vespers, etc., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mane, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Rev. J. Dunne.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST.PETER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Ohi'Bch of England. -St. Fstkrs. Sunday serviced : Morring «t I], evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy L'ominui ion : First Sunday in the month at mining smvice; 3rd Su day, 7.45 am, except in ihe months of June, Jul), and Auguat. On festivals, ns announced. Werinpsdty: Service at 7 30 p.m. ; cho:r practice at 8 p.m. Friday ; Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clnxa. Denham Court- St. Mary's, II a.m. : April 21, May 8. 22, June 5, ly ; 3 p.m. : April 17, May 1, Ifi, 29, June 12, 26. St. Jurats', li,Kiebun— II n.m. : April 17, May I, 16, 29, June 12, 26 ; 3 p.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, June 5, 19. Evening services when an nounced Rbv. T. V. Alkik,

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

' I Ovre the Perfect Health I now Enjoy to Clements Tonic.' A Constant Sufferer from Liver and Kidneys for Five Tears, Resulting in Utter Prostration. Mr. Lonis St. Elmo, Adelaide, South Aus tralia, writes on Feb. ] 3th, 1897 :— Just a few lines lo let yon know the great benefit I have derived from Clements Tonic, lo which, properly spi'akiug, I oiight any I owe the per fect health I now enjoy. Ever since I canix to Australia, which is about fivu or six years ago, I have been a constant sufferer fro-n liver and kidneys, which at times brought on utter prostration, and made life almost not worth living. I tried doctors and medicines without effect — in fact, most of them did harm to' my system. At last I was persuaded to try Clements Tonic, and I am pleased to say the first dose gara relief, and before I had finished the first bottle I was a changed man. Threi! bottles completely curi-d me. I feel in duty bound to write and tlinnk yon most sincorely for saving m» from what I am sure ...

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