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

Prbsbytbrian Chdrch. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, und during sum mer months at 7.30- Sunday school at S p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Keligious instruction, public school. Thursday, 7 30 p.m. — Piayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manae en Friday evening*, 7—9. Rev. D. Moore, B.A. Rkv. R. Steel, M.A. (in churge).

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

By Special ^Sm^fetgy Appointment SOAP MAKERS 'to ebb. majebtt the qsbsm THIS is the SOAP Which Saves Hard Work, Back Ache and Sore Hands ; and which brings comfort to all who use it. Put your Trust in SUNLIGHT SOAP It will never disappoint you. Facsimiles of the beautiful Academy Picture, 'HEADS OVER TAILS' (by Mi(t Dorothy Tennant), which created such a sensation in London, can be obtained {until further notice), Free of Cost, by forwarding to LEVER BROS., Ltd., aaa oiiAbeitce st., sTrr-isrEnr 35 SUNLIGHT 6OAP WRAPPERS. With go, it will be framed; and with loo Wrappers, framed in gilt. This Picture is fit for any drewingroom . ARTIFICIAL TEETH. 3. t MAESHALL, Dentist, £8 Wynywd Squire, Sydney, supplies COMPLETE (Upper and Cower) GOLD MEDAL BETS ot perfectly-Stting TBBTH, _ — . ? £S ? — «s*. fl^^^^S^El^^S^ MutlofttlOD GuMSIltMd. Ml'^iSiflr Theu an the BE8T and j^^^BW LOWEST in PBIOE that on flrafBsS^SHl^ be made compatible with IQIllEmB wnfort, laltbful workman ^JBfcSiaSHly 'Up, and...

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

CoNGHEQiTIONAL ChUKCU. Sundny Survives : Morning at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wmt r, 7.30 in summer. Communion : First oundaj in the month at morn ing leriiee. Special «- n ice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular: Last Sunday even ing in the m -nth. Short, bright, interesting addiens. Sanke.t's hymns. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parcntB and fiixnds of fir!, lara ar- invited : First Sunday afternoon in tbe month. Krligious Instruction at Public School : Every Tue-day morning at 10. Bible Claw for young men and woman : Alternate Wedm Bday evenings at 8. Choir practice »t close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening bef re Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arrvdii at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerrilt and Kev. G. A. Raves, B A., ultt-riiatelv. Service on alteruatu Sundnys at A|ipin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raved, B.A.

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

Sxtraordinuy Memories. Dr. Johnson, it is said, never forgot any thing he had Been, heard, or read. : Burkp, Clarendon, Gibbon, Lock, Tillot sou were all distinguished for strength of memory. When alluding to this subject. Sir William Hamilton observes, for intellectual power of the highest order, none were distinguished above Grotius and Pascal ; and Grotius or Pascal forgot nothing they ever read or thought. Leibnitz and Euler were not leBs celebrated for their intelligence than for their memory, and both could repeat the whole ot the ?' Aeneid.' DonneDns knew the 'Corpus Juris' by heart, and yet he was one of the profoundest and most original speculators in jurisprudence. Ben Johnson tells us that he could repeat all he hsd ever written, and whole' books that be had read. Themistocles could call by their names the 20.000 citizens of Athens, * Cyrus is reported to have known the name of every soldier in his army. Horte.nsius (after Cicero, the greatest orator of Rome) after sittin...

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

?-^???'~ -~)''§K3i0&&i&; '''' :'» Tub following is ?? HntisardV, report of Mr. ; Bull'* (M.L.A. for O»nidi-'o) :contribntion to tliBdiibateon the'Addri'ss-ih-Kvpiy{'— ? Mr. Bull': I do not detire at the end of this very lung debate tp detain lion, members very lung, but 8» one -if the very young members of the House I feel that I should not allow the ? opporlnnity to P»ss witlioaisijinga few wordf. When I heard the Btuendment moved by the -lender of the Opposition upon the address iu reply, [, ai a listener in this House, and as one who lias no particular desjrc to b«ve; his speech . sent Ron to » newspaper in' his electorate, thought that we were here ostensibly and really to determine which of two leaders wo should follow iu the matter' of federation. But old as I bus in my profession, and in my experience of the world, I must confess my astonishment at the direction to which the dobate has drifted. I am sorry there are lion, members who take tp themselves ...

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

Tbe Atlantic Ocean is crossed monthly by 1000 ships. Nuturn) gas 1ms been used in China for many centuries. Mothers, do not neglect yotir children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough. Your chomUt kcrps Wood's Great Pepper mint Cure for coughs and colds, lsGdand 2s 6d. In Norway n law provides that no person ahull be allowed lo cut down a tree unless lie luiits three saplings iu its place.

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Shelter for Dairy Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Shelter for Dairy Stock. The recently inclement weather mnst have for cibly reminded some dairymen of the advan tages of providing more shelter for their cattle. The majority of farmers in this country do not approve of the plan of housing their cows during (he wintur nigbts ; and rightly so, per haps, but those who do follow the old country practice are generally well satisfied with the re sults arising from the increased supply of milk ubta.ined. JMo d.mbt providing stabling, keep ing the stalls clean, aud carrying in foud and bedding amount to a deal of extra Jatmr ; yet in bleak situations the advantages gained are equal to any additional expense or labor in curred. Those who do not provide housing; could at least do much by planting wind breaks in and around the homestead paddocks. Warmth aud shelter arc half food to any. milch cow. It ia simply cruel the way some farmers treat their animals. They turn ilium out into bare pastures where they are exposed to the full furce of the...

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

TO LET, Small Grass Paddock. For par- ticulars, apply office of this paper.     WANTED known that eighteen words in this column costs 1s, cash. IN MEMORIAM.             GA.RD. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary Ann Gard, who departed this life July 3rd, 1897, aged 61 years. Farewell, dear mother, 'twas hard to part   With thee we loved so well ; But there's sweet comfort in the thought — In heaven we hope to dwell. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Annie and George Cambourne. GARD. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary Ann Gard, who departed this life July 3rd, 1897, aged 61 years. Dearest mother, thou hast left us,   We thy loss most deely feel ;           But 'tis God who hath bereft us, He can all our sorrows heal. Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Jose...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

IN MEMORIAM.   GARD. — In loving memory of our dear   mother, Mary Ann Gard, who departed   this life July 3rd, 1897, aged 61 years.   Farewell, dear mother, 'twas hard to part With thee we loved so well ; But there's sweet comfort in the thought —     In heaven we hope to dwell.   Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in- law, Annie and George Cambourne. GARD. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary Ann Gard, who departed   this life July 3rd, 1897, aged 61 years. Dearest mother, thou hast left us, We thy loss most deeply feel ; But 'tis God who hath bereft us, He can all our sorrows heal. Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Joseph and Emma.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 July 1898

Local and General For affections of the chest and Itrogs, use Whyle's Anti-Cough. Vital statistics for qnartpr ended June SOtb — Births 12 ; deaths, 5 ; marriages, 1. For asthmatical coughs and voids take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is fid and Ss Cd. A Court for tho revision of the Electoral Roll will be held at Cainpbelltown on Thurs day (to-morrow). Next year's show at Camden will be held on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in the last full week in March. I am offering next Friday some new Ameri can confectionery. The assortment is beautiful and thfi prie#- fair to all nations. — J. Rigelr ford, Cunipbelitown.* The ordinary meeting of the local council lapsed «n Thursday evening last for want of a quorum. The Mayor and Aldermen Fowler, Graham, and Cummins were in attendance. The cases set down for hearing at the Camp helhnnn Police Court last Friday were ad journed in consequence of the non-attendance of the police magistrate, who was detained in Sydney. The Archbishop of Sydney ...

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His Rival. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

~ mSiva!. He^ooked troubled *s*b took I.is accustomed seat in the parlor, and finally he blurted out : '. Msudejiaye you decejv«d me f' » ! -f gf$y«clfikajji! IJRejjSnaiai; Ho* ran you even think of tuch a thing r 'No, no,' he said ; 'it cannot 'be- true. Aud yoP — and yel-rrMaude, do you renwmber. that man who sat just - ahead of us at ibu theatre, last night 1' - . ? ? . She gave a barely perceptible start, «s.«he eskad :, '?IhstlidaJpperJit|Ie.1LfrllowB with a »afeariiottstioh||f # -= ' \ .,«.- % f t, K ' v ?/.Yes.'^4epliea, ^»»ely. « I heard him' talking familiarly of yon between the acts,' ' Of me ?' She was nervous, even hit could could not help noticing that. ? '''?-.? ??Of you,' he reiterated. 'He said yon: had one' of tho smallest waists in the town.' 'He dared!' 'He did. He said it hadu't changed an eighteenth of an inch in eighteen months. When he last put his!arm around it, it Wat the same perfect — —' ??? ' Did— did you strike him, Reginald 1' she asked, anxiously. ? 'N...

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Regulating a Watch. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

Regulating a Watch. Ot(R very common cause of the watch Rain ing or- losing, is the disposition that is made of it at night. If you wear a watch next your body durini; the day and put it on a cold marble mantelpiece at night, or, iu fact, any where in a cold room, the watch ie either sure to gain or lose. A watch should never be laid horizontally at night, but should be hung upon a nail. A watoh should always be wound up every morning, bo that the Bprini; slrall be at its strongest tension during the day, when the watch will be jolted more or less. At night the comparatively weak spring has nothing to disturb it. He : ' If we were not in a canoe I would kiss you.' She : ' Take me ashore, instantly, Mr !' How does a p iliceinan often reseiulile a raiub iw 1 Whenever he appears after a storm. Miss Gusher (soulfully) ;. ' What do you consider the biirgest thing on earth ) Love t' biokeaon : '? No ; a sovereign the day before pay-day.' There are twQ.hrothers living near Chioago, one of ...

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It Makes Such a Difference. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

It Makes Such a Difference. A Lion Grove girl found a package of love letters that had been written to her mother by Imr father before they were married. The g-rl saw that she could hire a little ' BpCft and ''esd them lu Iit mother, sutisti tuting her -i*fi r.uaiejor ilml of b'-r mother mid u Hub ynung :nan tor viiat ;,f her ~t«iiier. Tin. ciotfcfir ? ..??!-..-.-! ii)« and down in her chair, giiifled u.- fet'., Ec,:an-i te.rrilily dis gused, and forbade her daughter having any thing to do with a young man who would write siK'h sickening and nonsensical fluff to a girl. When the young lady handed the letters to her mother to read, the bouse became so still that one could hear the grass growing in the back yard.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

'THE POWER BEftlND THE THRONE.' TaB:potPr^pf ? bMBtiful womtb over Jnip it ? ?*iU)K^)frJh ooiijtabnteS on, bait the Woman matt be beautiful. A jvoman i« obly beauti ful and jio^erfpl under crrtaiu cunditions, j-hte moit atSrJnj^nt of iHiidi I* goof health, * thlngi uiilori tiilRtf ljr, wli'ioli is very hard to find IimDngvtfoniH) of to-day. ? M4rri»fje i» i-n 1 tie: decline, w-: a|-«) to|d, Mid pup of £he chief reasons for this is that the average man is very hard to satisfy. He wants as nearly perfect a woniah, mentally, morally, and physically as is possible, and in the present day very few such woruen exist. It is not our purpuse to deal with ibo first two attri butes nneiitioned ; but the Utter, which is by no means the least important, ib wdl worth a few wordB,r which cannot fair to be of in terest to all women, married or single. . The woman of to-day does not give herself enough attention in ihe proper direction ; a little lime taken from the study oF (he latest fashions and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

*;'-'.:S'.*ifl:.-lv:-:;^:,;: J^t^de&ct tiie schemes , a £iM dishonest tradesmen ' - '^^if^s^g^* to' .fioisi^ ON YOU. ; CJLWPBELLTOWK ? 1 ^ili\HH\ni'IIOIII- AND Commercial College. PARENTS are odvised Ihnt Conveyance for the GRMIHAB SCHO0J, run daily at 9 and 11 a.m.,' reluming in the. utter-noon in/-? mediately after studies. ' ''''':: Legal Notice. —MR. S. j7lEL MOORE— SOLICITOR, of onr office, will coatinue to Visit C«mpbellt(iwn, and may b-- seen at Mr. Caldwell'a residence. Queen-street, Cainfj belltown, on the first and third Saturdays in: each month. Mr. Mi-ore may also he seen on other days by appointment. GOULD AND SHAW, Solicitors, Bridge-«t., Sydney.1' $. CROGHAJNI, MASON — MONUMENTAL — MASON, , ? OampbeUtews.. -: ?;.- --^ 'TVESIGNS of Monuments, Headstones, &e.,i *?* in Granite, Marble, and Fivcstoiii', furr warded on Spidicfltion. : Stone Cvrbings and Iron Palisodings. Repaiis a Speeiulity !' Graves tnurble-chipped in any pattern, also paths tiled. MURRAY...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns:— Appin, Bring- lly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Glenfield, Greendale, Hildaworlhy, Hoxton Furk, Ingloburn, Luddenham, Henangle, 11 into, Mount Hunter, Mulgo. Norellan, The Oaks, Piclon, Prcstons, Thirlin. re, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out sido these distances the pottage is 2d hilt ounce. . W. Wood, I'oBlmaster.

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The Pastourisation of Milk. ARE DISEASE GERMS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

' ^JBWiN^S^r ARE^ DISEaSIS ^jIbRMS MkhiMTJilU At a meeting of ih« Girringonir Municipal Council recently, a mutter of pkramniih't .iiii-. pnrtanco to dairymen -»f this district .ntid r i In' colony was introduced »i$.gWJ5i-jij^.^-V&W'J siderable length, Viz, (he p»steiirining of uiilk'. Thp diBCUSsioh of i ihJBSnliJBtttt »rMe, nm df, 6 case of hardship in an inajnwing municipality, where a struggling widow, carry ingon dairying operations, had the .miff ortime U) have a ; case of SDirlet *.»er in' *er ^Bniily/' TJie' iiiUter was reported hi tne/aiithbriii.i, wlihahe/jrtiult that this woman was prohibited from sending the milk of her dairy;herflio; the (local: sri-ani-. pry or even giving it to the pige, 'undtlii- tnfjUt,-. which is valued at abnnt £30 per fnnnth, liad J« ho thfown. away. , '; : Aldermen jTaylpT^ nndj Thompson, who 'introduced -the' matter, Ww quite recently attended a function at which the Government expert; (Mr. O'Callnghan) : whB present, and, speaking («n...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OOPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY July ll, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

Ktrket B«port. ' SOUTH COAbT AND WEST CAMUEN CO OPKKVnV*t COMl'ANV, - UHlTfiU. t SvitNfcr, July il. 1897. Butt w, .creamery, aner-Jb., 133 10 Utt : , „ fti-tnry, HJ to 184 . „ «»t qualiiy, dsiry,-O- lljd to 12d ,. monirf quality, dairy, ttta to lid E»cn,4)fet hsnJ.outea 6|d to 6i ha--on, bent machine cured, tC|d to Od bewh, bat ht-aty and rough, 64 1 Haul, best tand-wrd, T(d to S^d Horn*, flicchina cured, 7{d to 8 1 L»rJ,4jllo5d . Chit*. oral quality, Id U. «}d „ recond quality , 4d to 4Jd Bonf-y, 2d to 2}-1 H--% j-« lb., ijd ««t . OillWnt, each, 9a to & Od Fl..ur, tint quality, per ton, £13 0» »d U £13 10t Flour, ?ierond'quility, £12 6t Maize, p*» tiusjtiel, new, 2« Bd to 2s «d Wtt.l, 3-0dio4«6d Ohe«, per tun, « 10. Od to *4 0* Od Hariey, C*J»; Si «i to *e 8d Rjrr gr»-» teed, p r buih., 6s Od to S« 64 CooLsibot'gTsss wad, per both., 81 to' 9* Bd Bran, *i I to 8d Pullud, 84 to 8(1 Oats, s«*d, B. 8d to 2. lOd t-««. Jteed, 2. 6d 10 in t)d - Ortons, per tub, £12 0» Od to JBI &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

GftM0EN3EtECT0RftTL ???? ''-i „ ?' ?**?? -V..V,;'i '';.,'''?'*. .'' '-' .' 1 i ?.'?/??'-'. .?-:'??.?' 'Witt .: '- ?-r't-1'~ ADDRESS the ELECTORS — AS F0LM)W8 Glenfield, Blinman's Hall, Wednes ? day, July 13, at 7.30 p.m. Minto, Clarke'^, Thursday, July 14, aty.30 p.m. ? MQBftSglft.^U. JEkiday, July ISjat ?;'-''-7:'30.p.Ai.'- ?;??.? ' . ??.??;-.. '.' ' Douglas Park, Saturday, July 16, at 3 p.m. Wilton, Saturday, July 16, at 8 p.m. A. R. PAYTEN ) .loint E. SEDGWiCK $ Hon. S.*-s CAJOEIT ELECTORATE, ALDERMAN Henry Willis IS A -. CANDIDATE 'Z+ And will Address yon as follows : Campbelltown, Town Hall, Wednes day, July 13, 7.30 p.m. Appiny Tuesday, July 19, 7.30 p.m. DO NOT PLEDGE YOUR VOTES. Who mny be preparing for WINTER^ And naturally anxious to secure The Very Best Values Obtainable are invited to INSPECT—-*. The Choice Lot of SEASONABLE GOODS at THE R.ED FLr\C STOR.E, . ... whicb, for Style, Quality, and Prices, Surpasses Anything Previously Offered in the district ! MBS. W. W. LEES...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Cmvhch of England.— St. Pctkbs. Sunday nervice* : Morning nt 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7. BO in Bummer. ' Holy Ciimniu- Ion: First Sundav in the month at ttlori.ing neivice; 3rdt$U' day,*7.t- am, except in the months of June, July, and August. On festivals, as announced. WnJneadtjr: Ser?ice'al 7 80 p.m. ; cho'r practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short tervice at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Denham' Court— St. Mary's, II a.m.: April 24, May 8. 22, June 5, 19 ; 3 p.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, 29, June 12, 26. St. James', Inglebu n— II a.m. : April 17, May 1, 16, V9, June 12, 20 ; S p.m. : April 24, May 8. 22, Juno 5, 19. Evening services whan an nounced Rkv. T. V. Alkin.

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