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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
CoHORItGlTIONAL CHUKCU. Sundiijr Services : Morning at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wilt r, 7.30 iu summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn i'g service. Special s- n ice to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular : Last Sund«y even ing in die m -nth. Short, bright, interesting address. Ssnke/'e hymns. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and f-i«nds ot schulars an- invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Keligious Inttruotion at Public School : Every Tue-day morning at 10. llible C(aaa for vonnR men and women : Alterant ? Wedn- sday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At8 Vclo.-k on tlie Wednesday evening bet re Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday aftemom at Arrndit *t 3.3(1 o'clock. Mr. Skerrilt and Kev. G. A. Raves, H A., altprnately. . Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Kev. Q. A. Raves, B.A.
Appin Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Appia Picnic Eaoes. TaK above races, which wtre held at Appin oil Saturday last, were a great success, over 300 persons being 'present. Good entries .were received for the various events, and some close finishes were witnessed. The fol lowing are the results : — Flying Handicap, 5 Furlongs. G. Liechel's Annie, 8 A ? I J. Thompson's JEthe, 8.8 ? 2 E. Hughes' Lady Sturt, 8.12 ? 3 , Seven horses started: ' It wa9 a good race, Annie. v,jnniug by.a neck. Pony Handicap (18b.), 3£ Furlongs. E. Spearing's Ada, 8it ? 1 T. Byrne's Iiivernet, 7.5 ? 2 W. Nicol's Jo, 9^t ? 3 Ada won the race by a neck, and Jo was only a length away in third place, District Handicap. 5 Furlongs. „ E. Spearing's Pure Gold. 9.2 ? 1 ,E. Percival's Quicksilver, 8.12 ? 2 .). Bourke's Lady HHStings, 8.10.... 3 Seven started, Pure Gold winning by two lengths. ' ' Appin Handicap, 1 Mile. W. Richards' Blue Blood, 7st ? 1 A. Bore's Turko, 7st ? 2 Expectation and Trustfund also 'Started, but.. the latter refused to gallop a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your grnenl piinting ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement surely you can afford to give ibe newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business piinting to execute. The newppuper man needs it, and it belps to pay f'r thekthouswd und one free notices. he gives tou Biidfyour town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser, who cn'n give you no sucb re torn, and is spending neith r lime, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your dittiict. The nme may come when a newspaper may live simply uur.n the revenue derived from the subscrip tions and advertisements, but n ?? ordinary ne «? paper i' »ny ordinary town c n xim «'»J/' ?' auxiliary suppor' derived (rnin .cii....l |ir 'lherrf »e. if -mi wmn » g»- -.i v »? .,«r ? ? . : willftill htlp jnur own .:?? -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Postal laifoimatioa. M»im are despatched from Campbelltown as under : — Sydney an3 North, 10.15 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m.. Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6^0 p.m;, Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 «.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Nurellan, same lime es Camden. Miuto, 10.15 a.m., tiundeys excepled. ? inglebum, 10 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Oranville, S p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. vwaaerourn, Monaey, vreanesaay, sna rriaay, II a.m. Pic ton, 6.80 p.m., Satnrdiys 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepted. Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. Mena'ngle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays G.30 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.
Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Eailvay Infdralatioji. SYDN^«aMPBEbVIt-Wii. MRMN . 6' 'SERVICE. Week-day Service : Leave Sydiipy. ? . Arrfro.tftoirji. 9.80».w. 10.49 ft.m. 10.35 li.24r ? 1.30 p.m. 3.05 p.m, t 5.15 .-,..„ Cji)5 , ^ t 5.18 -^^i-'~-^BM.-' ?/-'?:??- . 6.50 8.28 t 900 9-69 11.30 ! 1.00 a.m. - ? Saturdays (additional) : ? 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.S5'ii.m. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 3.28 C.10 7.17 Leave C'(own . Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 a.tu. COO a.m. 7.35 8.46 8.39 9.88 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 4.00 5.44 8.33 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. 9.40 a.iii. 11.05 o.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 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.H 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 6.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 f Saturdays execpted. * Mondays rxcepted GAMPBELLTOWN-GAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.JJ5 a.m. 8.50 . 9.25 10.55 11.35 f 3.33 p.m. 4.13 p.m. ? 6.50 7.*25 f 7.22 7.58 Leave Camden. Arrive Clown. - X 6.50 a.tn. .^ i^7r2G.ft.m. 7.55 ? ?- ~ '?? :--*-:^ ^«80V*...
Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
TOftmpWltowa Lawn Tennis Club. L baxl and supper was ? held in the Town under the auspices of tbe above club, and jins without doubt ;tbeji moBt sncoeBsful gathering' jif jts kijod thaVJbas taken 'place in ttie toftiwhip for^soitie WoSe. SThe* vciit was looked forward to with interest by the mem bers of the club \ for a few weeks previous, and now that it'ia?H tliibg of the past it will bo looked back upon with kindly remem brances by the macy who attended. The committee who ?uperviBed the arrangements jnegle|ted nothing' that *6uld £erid io ensure tlie comfort and ' promote ihe eDjoy ment of the c«rap'iiny, consequently everything passed off without a bitch. The work of decorating the building was admirably carried out, greenery, bunting, etc., being displayed with such taste as to make the ball tnosf attractive and inviting. About 70 persons attended, including several visitors from Camden and the metropolis. Dancing -was commenced at. about lialf- past eight to most delightful' m...
Revision Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Revision Court. A court for the revision of the Electoral Roll, presided over by thu police magistrate (Mr. T. E. MacNeriu), was held at Campbell town on Thursday morning last. The follow ing nameB were added to the roll: — E. M. Bartle.lt. Camplielltown ; A. L. Bennett. The Oaks; S. V. Bennett. The Oaks; W. F. Cate, Douglas Park ; C. Dc.rrinian, Camden ; P. S. Scott, Narellau ; P. E. Huntley, Ctin dtm ; H. Lavender, Nurellan ; A. Letorl, Bringelly ; P. F. Lind, Camden ; A. H. Mill?,' Moreton Park ; F. Newby, Cobbitty ; J.' Quig, jun., Glenniore : P. J. Rcilly, Bnr ragoro^ig ; 0. T. Scott, Camdeu ; Jas. R. Soroggie, Thirlmere ;' H. Sclihiilz, Briugelly ; F. H.T. Smtrt, Burragor.ing ; W. M. Wat son, Oampbelltowu ; .1. Wheeler, Mount Hun ter ; F. E. Weaver, Gletifield ; G. R. Camp bell, Campbelltown ; D. Dwyer, Campbell town ; T. Munro, Campbelhown ; R. J. Nethery. Camden ; D. Hennessy, Moreton Park ; C. T. Hanvood, Bnrragorung ; G. T. Davis, Thirlmere ; W. T. Fairel.mgh, Camp belltow...
MR. JOHN KIDD'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Mb. John Kidd's Candidature. Mh. Kidd's committee reports that good meetings are being, held in various parts of the electorate, that the candidate is'beiing en thusiastically received, and that his prospects of success are very bright. Mr. Kidd spoke at Westbrook and Tlie Oaks on Monday. At Westbrook, Mr. H. Moore occupied tthe chair, and the motion favoring his candida ture was moved by -Messrs. R. B. Cumpbcll and Bourke. At The Oaks,' Mr. J. E. Moore presided, and the usual motion was moved by Mr. H. Moore, seconded by Mr. C. John ston, and carried with only one dissentient.
The General Election. MR.BULL AT CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Tlw Gwiml Slootioii. Me.. Boll at Oamdbs. Os Monday evening lift, Mr. Chas. Bull ad dreswd *he flecton in the School of Arl», Oanidt-p,in. support of his candidature The M*y«lr --Alil. ty. C. furner) occupied the chair, and there was a very grind attendance, the hall being wall tilled. In introducing the cmiiliilate to the meetiDg, the Mayor made 0 few remarks complimentary to Mr. Bull. |mint iiiK ''t that, as their representative in Parlia ment, V had been of verj great iwsistance,. Any.oiotter (tronght g[nder iiin notice: lmd ill | ways received attention, and lie had at nil times tried to further the interests of the dis trict. Mr. Bull, who was well received, said lie was present tti.'addrsss the electors on the current topics of the day, and also to give an : account of vrlmt lie had done, and tried to do as their representative in the intrrests of the Caroden electorate. As wi6n as ho was elected, matters which had been almost forgotten and lost sight of were crowded -Upon him...
Conformation Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Confirmation Service. On Wednesday morning last, 6lh inst., the Most Rev. the Archbishop of Sydney (Dr. Saumarez Smith) visited Campbelltown, and administered the rite --f confirmation to some 36 candidates — 25 females and 11 mules — at St. Peter a Anglican Church. Ihe service commenced at 11.30 o'clock, and the chnrch was crowded to excess. The clergymen pre sent were— the Revs. T. V. Alkin, rector (who assisted the Bishop with the service), C. .T. Eing (Camden), G. H. Allnutt (Cob bitty), and J. Shearman (Liverpool). Hymns appropriate to the occasion were sung, and the Bishop delivered a most eloquent and impresBive sermon, in the course of which he addressed some encouraging and helpful re murks to the confirmees. The offertory, as is usual 011 such occasions, was for the general funds of the Church Society. The service was brought to a conclusion by the singing ef, thu hymn, -? O, Jesus, 1 have pro mised,' and the Bishop pronouncing the blessing. 'Miss Reynolds presided at the ...
ALD. HENRY WILLIS' CANDIDATURE [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Ald. Hekby Willis' Candidature On Monday evening last, iu the School of Arts, Iuglebnrn, Aid. Henry Willis addressed a large and enthnsinfilic meeting in support of his can didature. Mr. S. Skerritt occupied the chuir. Aid. Willis spoke at length. He touched upon Federation, the merits of freetrade aud protection, the repeal of the present land tax, increased probate duty 011 large estates above a given sum, old-age pensions, irrigation of farms on, the rivers of the colony, pwipleV banks, the fostering of all industries that are native to the country, local self-governmeutaJl ?iver the colony. Replying to questions, the candidate said lit! was in favor uf e^miiiaiing! 11 Braddon's bloi.' from the Federal Convention Bill. With regard to the clause, re the joint sitting of the Houses — all measures to be de cided by a majority of the members in prefer ence to a referendum, because the latter might be influenced by a subsidised Press eon trolled by the millionaire, which would rob fro...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Pbbsrytbkian Chubch. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Keligious infraction, public sclioul. Thursday, 7 30 p.m. — Piayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manje on Friday eveningr, 7—9. ' Rev. D. Moobb, B.A. IUv. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).
Music in Insects. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Iffiosic in Insects. Sir John Lubbock says that the house-fly, which produces tho sound F, vibrates its wings 20,100 times a minute, or 335 a second ; and the bee, which makes the sound of A, as many as 26,000, or over 430 a second. On tne contrary, a tired bee hums on IS, and vibrates its wings only 300 times a second. Marey has succeeded in confirming these numbers. He fixed a fly so that the tip of the wing just touched a cylinder covered with smokted paper moved by clockwork. Each stroke of the wing caused a perceptible mark, sod there was actually 336 strokes iu a second, agreeing almost exactly with the num ber inferred from the note produced.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Local and General - For hacking or whooping cough use Wliyle's Ami -Cough. A military hall is to be held at Caiuden ut -m early date. Many happr returns of (lie day to Mr. George Brown ; 84 to-morrow. Smokers, I have a new linn of tobacco called Hcd Seal, price Gd a |-lug. Yon hud better have a look at i(. — J. Rigelsfurd, Catupbell towii.* Thr J^ev. John Bongera, of Melbourne, iB to oiiopy the pulpit of the Bourke-street Congregational Church for two Sundays. The name of Mr. Bongers is familiar to many of our readers. Napoleon won batllefl because ho never waited for the enemy. Ho got there first. Example sound mid senuilile and wall worthy of emulation. Don't wait until you get half dead with a cough. Keep a bottle of Wood's Great Peppenniut Cure in the house ; it's a good, honest family remedy, and infinitely suporinr to anything of the kiud in the market. By referring (n an advertiaenifnt in 0Hr hiiBini-as cnliimuti, il will he seen thai a plain and fancy dress hall will lie hel...
Some, Sweet Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
Some, Sweet Some. - Probably no one would have been more sur prised than Sir Henry Bishop himself could he have forseen that a simple melody in one of his numerous operas would achieve such celebrity that, at the present day, more thau 70 years after it was first heard in London, it is still sung by leading prima donnas at fashionable concerts, jingled on Btreet organs, and loved by a vast public that knows noth ing of music, properly so-called, as the purest representation of the English spirit — '? Home, Sweet Home.' ' Clari, the Maid of Milan,' the opera in which this favorite song oc curred, has long been consigned to the limbo of forgotten musical works, but ' Home, Sweet Home' survives with undioiiuished popularity, and is likely to survive when many more pretentious compositions have followed, the ' Maid of Milan' into oblivion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898
'The Old Enemy has now No Terrors.' ' Two Years' Indigestion.' ' Almost went Blind in the 'Street.' He used Clements Tonic, hope dawned, he was cured. Mr. D. Laing, Graham-street, Albert Park, Victoria, writes on May 8th, 1896 :— I suf fered from indigestion for over two years, and after trying all sorts of medicine without improvement I gave it up, and felt sure my case was hopeless. However, a friend per suaded me to try Clements Tonic. I did so, and the first bottle did me so much good that hope dawned, and I tried two more bottles, the result being that I am thoroughly well, can eat well, have gained flesh, and always feel in excellent spirit. My symptoms were — severe headaohes daily, sometimes going al most blind in the street, liver complications being very seriouB, no heart for business, getting little rest from sleep. This happened about two years ago, but I have continued bo well all this time that I am now nnt afraid the old nnemv will return. I know of two cases where Cl...