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Fifteen Thousand Violin Makers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

Fifteen Thousand Violin Makers. The only place in the world where violin making may be said to constitute the industry is Markneukirchen, in Saxony, with its numerous surrounding villages. There are al together ulxmt 15,000 people in .this district engaged exelusively in the manufacture of violins. The inhabitants, from the small boy and girl to . the wrinkled, grey-headed veteraji and aged grandmother, are all constantly em ployed making some part or other of this musi cal instrument.

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

Comfort for the Old. Polks. Sowoei thewheilii.ftlmecooid'iuadBnly be »? Tened, «nd we could, in an instant, go Wk to the; yen 1811 r Wby.jnan, you wouln't recognise Bnjr land. , Ton »tmldji't1knpw: Low to; Weak, wfc»t -i| do, or how to undenfand the things ftnmnd joa,, Ton wooia tie u completely lost at though you' Jupiter.^ Ton would find no railways in Er gland, and luKhJy^elv1 of the^ouses thtiuBljjnEs Ifiat^we ?landing now. Between 1614 and 1891 the . differ- , am If *? great as between 1814 and 16U0. Yea; Yet a lady who wu bora in 1814 writes us ihe following letter. Sheasya: 'In the early part of 1681 1 commenced to. feel weak and ailing. My appetite wu bid, arid after meal» I baft an aehinjt pain$n the ehrst and a mbit uncoraforfcib'.e feeling In the ttomtch. My mouth tuted badly, and 1 «pat up a soar, sickening fluid. I *u» much troubled with wind, belching it nj- frequently. It was about all. t could do to get around here and then in the house. ' ' A wumsn that I knew told ...

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

Fortjr Yaara of BhoumatiBin and Tnrwmttoofca of Znfluaou. . J-E. WlLLIA.MS* YINK PILLS EFFECT t' A MAEVELLOUS CPEB. f «.%. ;i;-^#!-: ? ? : ' ; ?' Uwrii' a short time ago, I had nnt known for ?id yeari) what permanent relief from pain was.' Thus dp-iTtf Mf«r'T?-J.'lrhornaB, of Healhcote. Viotorift, recently to a reporter. How greatly Mr». ' Thomas suffered from rheumatism, re peated attacks of infloenea, enlargement .of the liver, and inflammation of the kidD'-y*. ' is viyidly.ehpwii br.Jier remarkB. 'I am over 74 yearii $f jage,',! she couttnued.j 'jltwas n near as I can remember in '57 that I had my first attobk of rlienuiatism. and these have fdl ln«^jnjB^^ju-jpj.o|f,ipjrJOjear5.J^Aigot- nine years ago my troubles were added tn hy Bnlsrgenipnt of the liver, and this ib itself more than sufficient to kill most people of my age, was aggravated by ioflardmntion of the kidneys. As you may imagine, I was' in a. very 'critical condition for* long time, and; when just about to pull toget...

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Mr. Jno. Mackel. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 July 1898

Mr. Jno. Mockel. Mr. J. Mackel, teller at the Bank of New Smith Wales, Bathurxt, and formerly of Campbelltown, has been accorded two "'fare- well's" on the occasion of his promotion to the position of accountant at W agga. On Satur day evening last, his friends entertained him at Lamerton's Hotel, when his health was toasted, and; he was wished all sorts of happiness ; and on Tuesday night. 5th instant, there was an "evening"' at Loxley House in his honor. Mr. Mackel, besides being held in esteem by his brother officers, has many warm admirers in the cricket and football fields, and his good qualities were fully recognised by different friends, who expressed much regret at his de parture.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

A ©oufctiag Lady. The fair, sex nre proverbiitlly cautious, and when they have their donbts about anything they frequently !bi-sUate before taking a de cisive step. The old proverb tells ob that those who hmtate are ]ost,«nd in many cases thtS proves uhderiinbly true. Mrs. Khibb, of Eiirlo-Btreet, Toowong, Queensland, after suffering for twelve vears from agonising rheumatism, was told to try Or. Williams' Pink PUs for Pale People. She had her doubts about them, so she told ? reporter, but 'she did not besitate to try -them. .Thus she was saved ¥or the benefit of others who Buffer untold misery «very winter, we give her story just as she told it to a press representative. ' ? ,. '- Twelve years ago I had a bad accident,' she said. - ' My thigh bone was broken, and Bince that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eye, mainly through the disease, and even after treatment of it was over I sufiervd great pain across the bone over the eye. Last Christmas twelve m...

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Ald. H. Willis' Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

Aid. S. Willis' Candidature. Aid. Henry Willis was to have addressed the electors at Wedderbnrn yesterday after noon, and at Appin at night. Aid. Willis' Camden meeting, held on Monday evening, was largely attended. The candidate got a good reception, and everything passed off satis factorily, much enthusiasm being displayed. His Picton meeting, held on Friday evening, was also well attended, and his supporters are sanguine of success.

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Mr. J. Kidd's Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

I Mr. J. Eidd's Candidature. :At Picton on Monday evening, Mr. Kidd ad-. ^dressed a meeting of the- ?electors. .Aid. L. Nicolson presided, and there was a very good tettendancei The proceedings throughout were most enthusiastic, and at the conclusion a vote ?of confidence in tho candidate was carried. ; ' Mr. Kidd also addressed a meeting of the 'electors at Thirlmere on Monday evening at 6 o'clock. Mr. A. Grabaro occupied tbe chair. At the conclusion of the address, a vote of 'confidence was carried. . Mr. Kidd spoke at Menangle on Friday -evening to a very large gathering of electors, the chair being occupied by Mr. A. Font Oo .sluw. At the conclusion of bis address, the candidate was accorded a vote of confidence, which was moved by Aid. Cummins, and seconded by Mr. John Hickey. Mr. E. Hnghes presided at the meeting held by Mr. Kidd at Morelon Park during the latter port of last week. The usual vote, moved by Mr. W. Hodge, was carried. ..'? v- ?' ? Mr. Kidd, at Wilton, was also g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRA T.— Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul General {or Italy, at Melbourne, March 14th, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 1888. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities ell over the Globe. . There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in 'the; market, products of simple distillation, forming crude reBinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divi sion of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Coceul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tests made by tbe Medical Clinics of the Universitii s of Bonn and Griefswald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. Schlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving; the local paper your g^ner il printing ; if you do not feel abio to run an advertisement, surely you cau afford to give the newspaper yoir cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and alt business punting to execute. The newxp iper man needs it, and it helps to pay f * the thous nd i.nd one free notioea he giveB -ou and w.urtown j but don'i give it to the travelling canvasser, who cm give you no sucb re turn, and i« sp nding neith r time, money, nor brains in help ng you to build up youi distiict. The Mme may coinu when a newspaper may live simply upon the revenue derived from the subscrip tion* and aiiveriinementB, but no ordinary ne*e p»|ier in any ordinary town c»n i-xist without auxiliary suppori derived from general printing. Therefore, if you wnnl a go .tf newspaper— one that will ttill help' your town— give it all your printing.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

It 19 very pleasing to all classes of the com munity that our old and respected member, Mr. John Kidd, is again contesting the electorate. For many years he represented us in Parliament, and represented us well and .ably. By sheer force of ability and energy he has risen, but no man has ever yet charged him with forgetting old friends. After a parliamentary career of some ycarB, he was choBen as one of the Dibbs Ministry, and big administration of his department was that of a sound business man, wlio brought to the public service the taleuls which had made him successful in private Hf--. It is then a treat delight to his old constituents that he now again crimes forward to claim our suff rages, and comes, too, be it noted, as the chosen candidate of the national party. Fede ration i'b the err of the hour, and it is pleas ing to sen that, as was to he expected, Mr. Kidd has chosen the side which )irs laboured well and earnestly in the cause. An old and respected resident of the distr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

CHANGED TO A LIFE OF JOY AND , VXGOBOtoS HBAIiJDH. *y TWELVE YEARS OF SUFFEBING FBOM INBIGESTION, HEADACHEJ PAINS IN KIDNEYS, AND FEMALE WEAKNESS. CUBED BY BILE BEANS, i 3 To ? woman of a natnraily energetic and am hiiiiiua dispneiiiiin, it is a great misfortune to be in a continual state of illheallh for years »t a time. Hamilton, Newcastle, however, has a lady in the person of Mrs J. Culmnn, of fiean monl-street, who hn9 passed ihrongh this expe rience, and ii is in gratitude to the remedy that ended her misery after over a dozen years of continual suffering that tliis article is written. In describing her case, the lady in qncstion, who, it illicit be mentioned, is 67 years old, soys t ' My first symptoms were in tlie head. At times I wonlJ be seizod with most excruci ating pajns at the base of the skull, followed dy retching and periodical pains in the temple and buck of the head. I became restless at Mglit and SHffered from a total loss of appetite, only taking a cup of tea occ...

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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

THE PBALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers, Advertising Joes not p*y ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is r. al ! Life is earnest ! And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to adveitibe. In the worlds broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is th« secret Of achievemtnt in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind u«, U e can make our heart sublime, And by libeml advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of wat- r Wears away Che hardest ntone The constant gnaw of Towxer M asticatea the toughest bone The constant coning lover Carries off the Mushing mai . And the constant advertiser Ih the one who gets the rede.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

Presbyterian Chdroh. Sunday morning at 1 1, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. — Kdigious instruction, publto school. Thursday, 7.80 p.m ? Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. Rev. D. Mookk, B.A. Rkv. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

Wise and Otherwise. Thou&ht is the fertiliser of speech. - IFhe mountains of youth are the molehills of age. The largest part of most people isnthe wish bone. Hypocrites are the counterfeit coinage of mankind. No man despises praise who has not lost his claim to it. The sweets of married life should not he kept in family jars. If you have a good impulse, act upon it before it leaves you. Friendship is to love as the steady light is to the lightning's flash. .One good way to get out of a scrape is to let your beard grow. A man who is honest in a horse trade can be trusted with money. Earthenware sleepers are in use on some of the Japanese railroads. Would you retain the love of a friend, do not be selfishly exacting. We squeeze a woman because we love her, a man because we hate him. Define matchless misery. — Hav- ing a cigar and nothing to light it with. Even the homeliest human being finds some comfort looking in a mirror. A bettle can drawn twenty times its own weight. So ...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEET CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, July 18, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

-J '''v-: -irMuMmMM , '- . ^ SC SOUTH SOAST ASP WE^ CApftBKjCC^ ^' ?' ??? ? ?MiAitetuisb.i . ,-v ; £???'.? ' ??' ? Y ^«j'v ? i ' -; - ? . SvDUSt, July 18. 1897. v* Bntter, creamery, tier lb.; tSdto.ua , : „ factory, I2i to. MM ' r : « Hrttqurilty, dilry.Oi UidtolSd ' ,. Mcend qotlity, dilry, IOq to lid : E»c-,n, be*t h»na. cured 5{d to fld ^ . Baron, b»t machine cured, 6|d to Od Bawm, best h«-»Ty anil rough, 64a j Ham*, best t»nd-cared, TJd to Bid H*n;i, machine cured, 7Jd to 84 v' Wd, Uit to 6d ^ Chee.e, nramunitty, Cu te fijd ?? ? „ Mcond quality, 4d to 4|d :- ?? ' Honw.-Sd to 2i-t . Hide,, pei Jb., 2,4 -?*« CaltiVins, earn, »d to 2,. Od , . . F|. ur, fint quality, per ton, £13 0« td ta £13 10a Flour, teroud qualicv, £12 St . Maiie, per fcuthel, n«w, 2i 8d to 2a fid W«ie.t,3, 0dto4»6d **?» Gbtff, per ton, £3 10. Od to 154 0« Od Barley, Cape, 8« Od to a- 3d Rv«gre*ieed,p-rbiuh.,£i0dto5«64 Cockefoot great ai-ed, per buih. , 9- to 9a 6d Bran, 7i ) to 8d =? . P..ll«id, 81 to 84 1 Oato...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

MonloipalityofOflmptiiUtown. npENDERS will be T^beiji'd up to 8 p.m,«ft '? :? . ?*' TeuBSD*?,; 28th lp^tant, for AOIBt-llBSTi 7 ierly ib «dr«ne«, : Higliest or *ny tender tint npcessarily Boccptcd. Pull parlionjars on aji ? -- plication to fliidBraignpd, , ?.,:.' : . -:- ::.:._?..- '???&*: ?l-^£VlS&m$lS.80i-i.--.. lv-. Joly 1$, 1898.4 'f 5; ?*« s^3oancSl Cleft. ?/?? ??' ?^Bi^pv|ips;t^^pi^«^i.OT X pHJBBDAVi 28lh initBtit, for tWSnpply -.' of Kerosene, dindlei, Wkks, eto. ^ fiowestipr: '?'? »ny tender not iieceB8»rily ppoepted. Fall par liculart on application to undersigned. ': '?.'? ALEX. MONROE July 19, 1898. ' . Cooheil Clerk. QOVERNMEET ADVERTISEMENTS^ ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CAMDEN. GtaunAl Election, 1808. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. I HEREBY notify that the undermentioned persons have been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES for Election at Member of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales for the abovenamed District : — CHARLES BULL. HENRY WILLIS. JOHN KIDD. A POLL wi...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Church op England.— St. Pstkbs. Sunday service* : Morning nt 11, evening »t 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion : Firat Sunday in the month at nVThing aervice ; 3rd Sunday, 7.45 am, except in Ihe months of June, July, and August On festivals, as announced. Wrdneediy: Service at 7.30 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clam. Denham Court— 8t Mary 'a, II a.m. : April 21, May 8, 21, June 6. 19; 3 p.m. : April 17, Hay 1, lfi, 29, June 12, 26. St. James', Inelobu'.n— 11 n.ra. : April 17, May I, It, 2B, June 12, 26 ; 3 p.m. : April 24, May 8, 22, June 5, id. Kvening aerviaee when an nounced. Rbv. T. V. Alkin.

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

CampljelltowB, aCa&ioipal Cottacil. Thorbday, ?. Jtjlv 14. Present : Aldermon Barker (Mayor). Cald well. T. GauiWr, N. Doyle, A. E. Fowler, J. Lvnch, and E. Sedgwick. The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted. ?? ? ' ? C0RRRSPONDEKCK. Frntn the Board of Health,' forwarding copy of report on the health of the metropolis dnring the first quarter of the present year. Received. From the Board of Health, asking for in formation in regard to licensed noxious trades premises within the district daring the year ending 30th June, 1898. Received, and the information asked for to be supplier). From the Board of Health, asking for a report of all infectious diseases for the quar ter ending Jane 30th, 1898. Reoeived, nnd a report to be forwarded. From th» Treasury, stating tbat the sum of £38 16s (special grant) had been placed to council's credit at Commercial Bank, Campbelltown, on 28th and 30th June, for payment for work done on Baby to Minto and Campbelltown to Narellan r...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

Weslevan Chuuck. July 24 -Mr. D. M'Coy *t 3 Sunday Bchool at 10.30 a.m. FicTOn Parish ? Koman Catholic. Not received. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAUPBBLL TOWN LIBBRAXi. Wednesday:, julv 20. 1898.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 20 July 1898

CONGREGATIONAL CBURCH. Sunday Service* : Horaiog at 1 1 ; evening at 7 in wmti r, 7.8* iu summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Special service to attract those who attend no church — young men in particular : Laat Sund.y even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Sanke/e hymna. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. » ? . 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and friends A. ... . dTjfelwlanari. invited; Pint Sunday afternoon ---' Reli|Uu^3^piption a*. Public School : Every p.;. Bible Class for young men and women s AHeriwto '?? Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at' close. Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening bef»re Communion Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerritt and Kev. G. A, Ravie, B A., ttltrrnatelv. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. Raves, B.A.

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