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Aid. H. Willis' Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Aid. B. Willis1 Meetings. Last Tuesday week, in the afternoon. Aid. Willis addressed a meeting at Wedderbum and created a most favorable impression. The same evening, Aid. Willis addressed a large, appreciative, and representative meeting at A|)|iin. Mr, C. J. Passmore, solicitor,, of C&mpbelitown, was voted to the chair. Aid. Willis' address was listened to with rapt atten tion. His views on burning public questions were clearly yet fnroibly ennnciated, and many matters before obscure wero made plain. The speech' fairly bristled with points that went Si&nio to his hearers. Not a shadow of donbt existed as to the earnestness of the elo quent speaker. Every sentence wrs pregnant with depth of thought. Votes of thanks to the chairman and candidate, respectively were carried by acclamation. It may safely he said that no abler address had ever before been de livered at Appin. On Saturday evening Aid. Willis addressed a meeting at Glenfield. Although the weather was most ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Romak Catholic Chubcb. Sunday: FintMus, 8.30a.m.; aecond MeM, 11 a.m. ; Topers, etc., 7JB0 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mara, 9 a.m. ; evening demotion, 7.30. Bev, J. Donne.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns:— Appin, Bring, lly. Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Olenfield, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Innloburn, Luddenham, Mcoanglf,' Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Norcllan, The Oaks, Pioton, Prestons, Thirlmne, Wallaoe, Werombi, and Wilton, Out eide these distances the postage is 2d half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster. ''' You can aid your newspaper greatly by girin? the local paper your gener il pirating ; if you do not feel able to run nn advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to exeoute. The newspaper man needs it, and it belpa to pay f»r the thous.nd and one free notices he gives you and your town; but don't give it to the , travelling canvasser, who can give 'you no sueh re- ' ' , turn' and is sp-nding noith-r lime, money, nor, brainy in helping you to build up your district. The 'line may coiix? w...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Shoes \pith heels were first made in Paris in 1527. Silk brocades were first used in the dress of men. The vineyards of Italy cover nearly 8,000,000 acres. - The screw alone of an Atlantic liner costs about £4000. Silence is only golden when you cannot think of a good answer. It's a good plan when you get the worst of. it to make the best of it. Some folks are like rocking chairs — f ull of motion without progress. According to Chinese law, alrrife who is too talkative may be divorced. A turning point in a woman's life — meeting another with a good bonnet on. Cashier : *( We never pay bills on Saturday !' Creditor : ' But my name is not Bill.' It is the comfortable cow. which fills the pail with milk and the milk with butter fat. ? ^ - You can't convince a young man -,-whose girl has said ' Yes' that the Most men would be pretty well fin.f.istiarl vr/if.ri flip wn rid if no nun in it were better off than them selves. Mr. Brown : ' I've got a cold or something- in...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Bflilws'v ^fafitvutiwi M 6YDNBY-CAMPBBI/LTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Serrice : Leare Sydney. A.rr»ve O'town. ** fi.80».n»., 10.49 %,tb. ^ l63D * 128* ? 1.80 p.m. 3.05 p.m. t 5.16 6-05 t 5.18 6-43 6.50 8.23 t 9.00 9-59 n.'ao too «.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 3.28 6.10 7.17 Leave Clown. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 ».m. 6.00 ».m. 7.85 8.46 8.39 - 9.38 r. 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.30'n.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 ' 4.00 5.44 8.33 1012 Snudny Service : Leave Sydney. , ArriTc C'town. 9.40 *.ni. 11-05 a.m. : 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.30 11.01 ; Leave CWn. Arrire Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6-10 B.m. ?, 7.35 9.14 * 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 - 10.05 t Saturdays excepted. * Mondays Mcepted CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. ^ Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.35 e.m. 8.50 9.25 | 10.55 - U'85 s Leare Camden. AVriwC'tpirn; '? V.vS 1 6.50 a.m. ' 7.25 a.m. y 7.55 8.30 10.05 J0.45 2.50 p.m. ' 3.30 p.m. t 5.50 6.30 || 7.50 8.30 | Sat'daysonly. ? Sat'days excep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

The Campljelltowji Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance. Subscribers may Commence at Any Time. »„? For backing^1 whooping oougb use Wbyle's ' Anti-Coogh, Lft ? ?'??? --??-.-'?- . ; . ... ? .. . . ?-? -:? ?-. ??$? - ? ? -? - -. ? ??:-- ' ?'?- ?-?????? ? . .- - ?? ?-.-.-: /,i, .. - ? ? , ? ? . ? ?????*- ?'?- ' ' ' I.' ? ?? -THE- f _ . ^CAMPBELLTOWNf HERALD-^ (PUBEISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY fMOENING) IS ONE OE THE BEST ADYERTISJM. lO^IUIS OUT OF SYDEEY. ADVERTISERS Making use of its columns are guaranteed a bona-fide Circulation throughout the Camden, Cumberland and Bowral Electorates. f ?? Scale of Charges : 3s for the first inch ; Is 6d each additional inch ; liberal reduction for standing advts. -*^ JOB - I^RHXTTUXTO - JOB ^^ In all its brancliefl, and at prices that defy competition ! J. M'GLYNN, Proprietor. ... An albuja op ... O O X Plioto-Eiigravings of Scene!, Cities, Inrtus /| Ail trios, mid Interesting Mimes of Australian ifvJTT Life, wUh concise Horary description*. To ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

church services: Chueoh or England.— St. Peters. Sunday gervicea : Morning *t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Commuolon : First Sunday in the month at morning Mtvice; 3rd Sunday, 7.«S a.m., except in the montha of June, July, and Auguit. On feabvala,' n annoaneed. Wodneed.y: Service »t 7.80 p.m. ; ohoir practice at 8 p.m. Friday -. Short aerviee at S.30 p.m., and Bible Rev. T. V. Anm.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, July 25, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

jlukn Scjporta SOUTH O0A6T AND .WEST CAUPBN CO. OPERATIVE COUP-ANS, ,. Biwnr.: July 86. 1897. j Butttr, orwm«ry,«ir Uk, iSd to Ui „ fantor;, ISdtolSd „ lint quality, dairy, 0i liftd to 12d ,. Kcond quality, dairy, lOdto Ud £kco&, beet Jurad-unied 6fd ta 6d bann, ba*tiatbliioa cured, 0|d to Ad fitnm, beat htmwy and roqgh, 6|d ; Bami, tiett kwid-rured, TJtt to Hid ?Hrnum, marhin* cured, 7U to 84 Lud,4Mta-6d = ? Ctssw, «?« ^mJ-tr.-f4--»*y ? ? ? — „ KBcond quality, 4d to ili Bonry,fidto2id MIde.,j-erib.12idt»4a Cajf -sklni, each, »d to 2a Od Flour, Ant quality, per ton, £\S Ot «d,to £13 10* Flour, aecond quauty , S 18 fia Mtiu, pet butuel, saw, Si 8d to Si 6d Wheat, 3« Od 10 4a 8d Chaff, per ton, £8 10* 0d to £4 Of Od Huley, Cape, 3« 01 to Sa 3d Rj-egra««eed, p.r bu»h., 6»0d to6«64 Cockifoot gnu sted, per bu»h. , 81 to Si 6d Bran, 711 to 8d PoUsrd, Ud tofil Oata, arei, S» 8d to 2* lOd OaU, feed, 2« 6d U 2« 9d Oniona, pertoD, £12 0t0d to£l3 10a Od. Meadow Hay, £6 Si . Poutoei. £8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

All. first-class storekeepers keep Whyte's Anti-Cpngh. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to thoBe using Aiiti-Oongh. Subscribe^ this paper. — Is per quarter. ~compialn£. ^;^p&Ic/ 'fifeivons^ aiyl Sight BeiE«Biay^.. A. Two Months' Course 'iSftebte'd ' an Absolute Cure. ? Mb. F. Hog an, Mel roue Station, Condobo lin, N.S.W. , writes on August 6th, 1^97 : — In recognition of the merits of Clements Tonic as a remedy for liver troubles, I have much pleasure in forwarding this testimonial. My trouble commenced about five years ago, while in Queensland. I soon found it neces sary to consult a doetor, who told me what the matter was and prescribed for me. After taking his medicine, I certainly felt better, but enly for a time. Losing faith, I tried other advertised remedies, which only aggra vated the complaint. I had a severe pain in the side, and used to take draughts to cause me to Bleep. I became weak and nervous, and my sight became defective. I had oft...

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A Pretty Typewriter. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

A Pretty Typewriter. Typuwbitebs, and especially pretty ones, have been made the subject of innumerable so-called jokes, but one must not imagine for one instant that the average typewriter's esiBteuce is a bed of roses. Far from it ; (ninv fit t.fipm tvnrlr Innrr and lata ut-/1 tha very nature of the work is more than likely to bring on chronic disease. A sedentary life is one of the surest originators of consti pation, biliousness, female ailments, sluggish liver, and a host of similar ailments, and an attack of this sort necessitates a course of that best of all remedies for stomach, liver, or female complaints — Bile Beans for Bilious ness. This remedy is the fruit of years of study by an eminent American medical man, mho, after various experiments, discovered a vegetable substance that, when properly com pounded, has the exact effect oh the system of, a regular and sufficient flow of nature's own bile. Needless to say, this is without doubt the ' purgative of the age,' and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

gACONt BACON! BAC&Nt T. GAMBLE will sellon Wednesday, 3rd. August, at his Yards, Queen-«treet, Cboice Baoon. , . ? - TEWDBES A RE invited for the Erection of a Cottage -c*- -Residence at Campbelltown. Plans and: specifications may be seen with A.. R. Patten,. Architect, Campbelltown, to whom tenders are-, to be sent on- or before 12th Angust, 1898.. FOB SALS, /COTTAGE, four rooni8t;and about Halfan ^ acre of Land, within two minutes! walk of' railway station..— Apply, T. GAMBLE; Auctioneer,. Campbelltown^ ATJ0TI01T NOTICE WEDNESDAY, 27th. instant, being Foll , ing. Day, T. GAMBLE will not held his. usual Produce Sale.. / ? ' ? / o CEYLON TEA t is grjwn on the far-famed .'.. Mountain Estates of Ceylon (\\ and is there put up in Jead \ \ CV \ toj&tisure direct distribution B 1^1 to the public in the original --* l^i packets. \55V U ^^\ H From lMiiidrcils of Aimtrallan Testliuoutals we iSP 1 B ,.O\q cxtruct the followlns- n^ ? \ 'Government House, ^S^ \ B — 'Sydney. \^\...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

A Sincere Tribute. REV. W. H. H. AVEEY, D.D., MAKES A PUBLIC STATEMENT. There are few of our readers who will not fully appreciate the statement made here by the Rev. \V. H. H. Avery. pastor of the First Baptist Church, of Sd. Albans, Vt. Mr. Avery has received a great benefit and does not hesitate to make it public. Such endorsement stamps the article with merit and places it beyond the dispute of the most sceptical doubter. We use Mr. Avery'sown words. He says : ' It gives me much plea sure to testify to the efficacy of Doan's Ointment in the case of itching piles. I bad suffered from that trouble for some ten years. In vain had I tried doctor's prescriptions, several advertised remedies, and used differ ent washes, etc., but 1^ got' no relief until using your Doau's Ointment. One day when io the drug store I met your represen tative, who supplied me with a box, with ex pressions) of confidence that it would give me entire relief. I was delighted to find help on the first applicat...

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Camden Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Camden Agricultural Society. A meeting of the above was held on Friday, for the purpose of electing officers. Mr. J. K. Cliisbolm was unanimously re-elceted aB president ; Messrs. Thomson, Beeves, Downes, M'Kellar, and Fred. Moore as vice-presidents ; Mr. W. R. Cowper was re-elected hou. trea surer. The committee considered that the fruit industry of the district was worthy of a special exhibition to be held early in February, in addition to the annual show, considering that fruit culture required more attention. A special committee was appointed to revise the rules and regulations.

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Meeting of Dairymen. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Meeting of Dairyinea. A LiEGELT-ATTHNDKD meeting of the suppliers to the Farmers and Dairymen's Milk. Co. was held in the Town Hall, Campbelltown, on Fri day afternoon last. Suppliers from Menangle and Camden also attended. Mr. Cunningham (manager of the cotnpanr) and one of the directors were present, and gave a lengthy ex planation of the existing difficulties in the milk trade. Mr. Cunningham said that much opposition was directed solely against them by other com panies. He pointed out that a very large .qimntity of their milk was sold at .wholesale price — one-third of their out )-ut. Formerly, four gnllons was the lowest quantity sold at wholesale prices ; now, anything like two gallons was sold at wholesale priue, viz., lOd per gallon. Milk was sold at 8d per quart retail, which must entail a loss to the companies selling. Mr. Cunniugham stated that when he became manager of the F. nnd D.M. Co. there was an overdraft of £4000. He had, however, with the assistance of the direct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

fS 'i:- ^kK%io. WMliie^m3a ij«cbjading Jibe 0%s- ijJoptibn of the report and b»)anoe-shePt al ?it:-/-: |_^i »niroai^.ef^!ff^:.4iiB oomrrytiee of the SKi pulid ^ytihe livening Newi, of ..Innn 28th] ??'.??? give some interesting statistic* with regart ? to tlie ourobpr of defcthi in ^this colony fron [ivV^ ?UtaVdread disease, consumption/ He said !.f; '?% ;tbat up ;to ten yeirt' ago the .^umW ibl ?:.'?-, deathi in New South Wales from consump' '?'?'???'' tioniiad 'been increasing conuderabiy. ft 1885 there were 1095 deathi due to thii : ciuse. For the years before 1885 coBSUtnp - tion Lad been increasing much more rapidlj than the population, while now, although tin population lias ' increased 50 per cent , thi nutnber of destliB was very much less. It 1885 there were 271 deaths of young child ren (rb-n eontumption. The decrease in deaths from this disordei has attracted attention at home atso. Thi ?' Weekly Dispatch,' of London, writing oi the Same matter, says that in 1853 the death...

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Campbelltown Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1898. TABER V. RUTLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

CwnpteUtowa Folios Court. [?] ina^tiiig language, oaloulated' to provoke a breach of the praoe towardB ^TameB Alfred T«ber;ft -^. .. ;: ?.. ,. -r^'f. .T .-? v'' -C'? ': Mr. -0. if/ PaMruore, who appeared for .the* defence, t*iol( the preliminary objection that: ^?^tpmatiDnJdia^oii^^o.lASra^i^'--^-^^ ' After .hearing . Mr . Passmore, the Bench conBi4e%|tiie*objeotwn fatal indaismi^Ba1 dseiBSte^ Mlo wing ^^itnwwes^jtpBroeSn^i . -\ V-.'ft.'*1 visa^x^ -.ii '? Si-mxsixxliM %, Tlfli was a *$M of ^Jl«4d,: profit sional services rendered by the plaintiff as a solioitor. Defendant paid 10s 6d into conir,. and as to the balance pleaded never indebted. After bearing evidence, the Bench gave a verdict -for thn plaintiff for £1 Is, in addition to the money already paid into court. ; A third case was called, but did not oome oc, for hearing, Mr. PaaB.iiore stating 'that it had been.settled out of court. -

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Funny Cause of Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Fuany Cause of Action. An .action was recently brought against au American newspaper by au advertiser of a patent medicine fur damages alleged to have been caused by a slight error, which looks like a practical joke of the printer's devil. Among the testimonials to the marvellous efficacy of the remedy, one grateful sufferer was made to testify to the following effect : — '? I am now nnmniptolv niiruH nftar llAv7n(r hftpn flt tile gateB of death merely through taking halfa dozen bottles of your medicine.' The omis sion of a comma after the word ' death' con verted this declaration of simple faith into a statement not likely to increase the sale of the nostrum. — British Medical Journal. All first-class storekeepers keep Whyte's Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Cough. Batter-factory manager replying to address nn leaving the district : ' Gentlemen, I made a lot of notes for my speech, bnt I put 'em on greasy paper and they've ...

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Signboard Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

'MS^MM/Sm^-i These are more oddities io the ?»i-^bo»-d 1iieWifeiVe:6r»he in-mfyi».ti is geji0r^iyi|Nit tieved. Here is one from the Xslepf Man: jQviir pn-W-p ;il_ a barter; who io|jf(|ie^r|^j| 'customers With *ll ktDds of fishing tackle Boa] ? ' Piscatorial Repository, ToDSorial Artist/ PhyBiognomidaljH*irdreBser,CraniamM»nlpn lator -od. Capillary aSbridl&f, iSKiving iihd; Haircjitting ^ wi^^ide^nss^iHiji; Shampooing on Philological Prinoiptei;'V ^| Here is * phonetic signboard. It *rill help yon to remember that it is orer.i*c5bbleS^ shop :—' Shew* Maid and Hen Dead Hear.' Another shoemaker, ' of a poetic turn of mind, hangs out this jingle :— /, ' \ ' Blow, O blow, ye heavenly breezes Underneath these lofty treeses ; . Sing, O sing, ye heavenly muses While I mend my boots and shooses.' A variety dealer in a town in Ulster an nounces his wares as follows :— ' Bibles, 'Blackballs, ana* Butter, Testaments, Tar, and Treacle. Godly Books and Gimblets, Sold here.' 'Teeth pulled ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

Comfort for the Old Folks. Suppose the wheels pf time could suddenly be re versed, and we 'could, in an instant, go back to the year 1814. Why, man, you wouln't recognise Eng land. You wouldn't know bow to apeak, what to do, or how to understand the things around you. Tou would be as completely lost as though you were whisked away and dropped on the planet Jupiter. You would find no railways in Ei.gland, no telegraphs, no running water in the City housbS, and mighty few of the houBes tbrmcelves that are standing now. Between 1814 and 1894 the differ ence is as great as between 1814 and 1600. Yes ; and greater. Yet a lady who was born in 1814 writes ns the following letter. She says : ' In the early part of 1884 I commenced to feel weak and ailing. My appetite was bad, and after meals I had an aching pain in the chesi and a most uncomfortable feeling in the stomach. Mr mouth tasted badly, and I spat up a sour, Bickening fluid. I was much troubled with wind, belching it up frequently....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1898

RETURN THANKS. MRS. WHITEHEAD AND FAMILY desire to re- turn their sincere thanks to the many re- lations and kind friends who sent floral   tributes and letters of sympathy in their late sad bereavement.      

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