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British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

British an! Foreign Bible Society1. Thk half-yearly meeting of the subscribers and friends of the Campbelltown branch of the above was held in tho Town Hall on Monday evening last. There was a comparatively small attendance — about 25, bat that evidently did not damp tho ardour of the speakers. After devotional exercises,- shared by the Rev. T. V. Alkin, M. A. (president) and the Rev. Robt. .Steel (hon. ? sec), the treasurer (Mr. D. H. Barker, J.P.) presented his financial statement snd addressed the audience. Earnest speeches we're made by the Revs. Alkin and Steel, and Mr. J, F. M'Ewan, on behalf of young Aus tralia, spoke feelingly of the privileges and opportunities and hopefulness of his country under Bible influence. A collection was made. Miss Lucy Alkin presided at the piano. All first-class storekeepers keep Wbyte't Anti-Coi.igb. Try it for yonr children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Cough: ? - .

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

For ttlTections of the clu'st and lungs, use Whyte's Auti-Cough. Hnman life must be natural, genial and huniau if it is to be worth anything, A. calf, eighteen months old, reared by Mr. J. H. Balfh, Rnberls'Hi, turned the scales at 5801bs. when killed. No (wo things differ more than hurry and despatch. Hurry is the mark of a wealc mind ; despatch, of a strung one. When a man is going down don't incrnasi- hi a trouble; when everybody ia blaming him do not swell the chorus of censure. We are never willing to admit that there ia insanity in our family until some member of it makes a will thai doesu't suit us. Tim secret --f success lies in embracing every, opportunity of seeking high and right ends, and in never forgetting that golden rule of do ing yonr duty in that station of life to which it shall please God to call yon, — Wellington. Mr. Eli Jacnh6, a well-known Kyneton (Vie.) farmer and dairyman, rocently lost six valuable cows by dealt). The stomachs of the oowa were opened, and ...

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Federation Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Federation Ball. We wish to finally remind our readers of the ball and supper to be he.ld in the Town Hall, Campbelltown, on Friday eveuing next, the proceeds of which are to bo devoted to the R.O. Chnrch. Arrangements are now almost .coiuplete for the function, 'which is expected to be a great puccesa. Plain' and fancy dress will be worn, and as visitors from Sydney and all parts of tha district have signified their inten sion of being present, there is no doubt but what the gathering will be a very large one. 'Full particulars are advertised.

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RESULT OF THE 1895 ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Result of the 1895 Election. Bull. Kidd.- Camden ? 191 112 Campbelltown ? 122 189 . Picton ? 163 83 Appin ? 28 84 Brin/jelly ? 11 14 . R^au.Lur Jixy ? ^_ ? J«-— ? 01 '??' Burragorang ? 6 ' 12 Uppor Burragorang ... «10 28 Cox's River ? 3 15 Strathfield ? 5 9 Cross Roads ? 20 25 Inglenurn ? 52 23 Menangle ? 25 57 Minto ? 10 33 N«rellan ? 42 40 Paddy's Swamp ? 10 34 The Oaks ? 33 47 Thirlmere ? 29 14 Westbrook ? 38 20* Wilton ? 32 8 849 828 Majority for Bull, 21. ?One informal vote.

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Declaration op the Poll. At the Court-house, Picton, on Thursday last at noon, the returning officer for the Cam den Electorate (Mr. G. Bradbury, J.P.) de clared the poll as follows, in the presence of -a large gathering of electors : — .Iohs Kidd ? 1020 votes. Charles Bull ? 687 „ Henry Willis ? 113 „ Informal ? S' „ Mr. John Kidd, M.P.. was present, and thanked them Terr much for the great victory. He thanked all who had worked in his inter ests through the election. He had slated that lie would leave the election iu the handB of the electors, and whatever forces were brought against him, he would have no one to speak for him. He had adhered to that statement, be cause if ho had invited anyone to do so, there suit might' have been that it might have been said tbal if lie had not been assisted he would not have been member for Camden, and they might have claimed his allegiance at times when be waB not prepared to follow them. A member should bs prepared to be under no obli gation t...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

^iortbdlfc ^M£jjrt|i£ajr3«sVai snatch ^^i|rai|i1ayil!%to the NpC iVfir^nd ^Kidd's padrfoslt) belwe?n te»ms S| n*^il^. fc^ ^ Ia/^»ntifu?ly1 ioDji I, and thgr*; was ^a «1ig1it Iweefcei blowing' f rota the oor^L, Qai tea crowd ajw&ijiled 10 W* tch the mqtelCliffl ihfirtPBctettirj were a^^r^ftiigh^y |acSeM 3Me wSgljt among jh|fQr4irards,l»ad ifv^^ong-; «Xtliy9^^pbWi?»|d Ijte^B^&r^aril, (0 Donneil) who w*a unable ;-;*o elplty^- tT**' tn^tch was com'trfenced *k' 3,45. j GajbopVflll tofcvn won the to^ Mid'ejeoied to defend the ; ?nqrthern goal; thua'TiJiVihg 'the advantage of th|B breeze. Victoria kicked off, and was re turned by S. Jones, the ball going out of bdundsat h&lf way. From 'the throw in, Vardy securing passed to Jones, who Bent it pn to Shields, who - ran through but was tabkled on the line, and having no one to pass to, a five yards scram resulted. Now the^gnme became fast, and the Victoria bfrcks bad their handB full to prevent Camp* b'lltown. from? sc...

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MR. JOHN KIDD, MP. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Mr. John Kidd, M P. Thus the Sydney Daily Telegraph :— 'Mr. Kidd, who won the Camden seat for the Op - position from Mr. C. Bull, who represented the constituency in the late Parliament, is a well-known figure in New South Wales pub lic life. He sat in previous Parliaments, and on sir lieorge Uilius forming his administra tion in 1891, Mr. Kidd took charge of the Postal Department. In that Parliament be had charge of the Local Option Bill, and made several unsuccessful attempts to get it passed into law. While Postmaster-General, Mr. Kidd took part in several intercolonial conferences, but. made no striking changes in the working of the Department. In fact, it is recognised among Ministers that the Post Office 'is a department which gives them no opportunity for distinguishing themselves. Mr. Kidd was returned at the general elec tion following, but the Dibbs party was de feated at the polls, and the Government wGnt out of office, Mr. Reid forming the present administration. Mr. Kid...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

C«aylMUtowa ttuniciptl Council. The regular fortnightly nwi'ting' x»f ilia ajimre : ,#?? Md f»iivTli«-rs-Uy ??vening Uiji : fatjieebnn wtihambett. the Mayor -A1d,?Barkrr) |ir«si ' ^injr. AiacrmHit did well, Gamble, Graham, JJnyle, FtiwiiT. Sedgnick, and Cummins were :jdsii in atfrtidanre. ??» ; The minntrg of previous meeting were read and aJiiptvd. '. '.. V CORRKSPOXDRNCE. The -*-rr«-e.poudence received consisted n{ - wvertV depart mental letter*, one conveying the informal i-in (hat. a sum of £44 5s 5ii, opecial Gdvnrnineiit grnnt, had been banked to tho cnniiL'ira credit. MISCELLANEOUS. Aid. Gamble pointed ont that it was neces sary tliat the Town Ball and retiring rooms slionld be cleaned out, and the Mayor promisrd In have the matter attended In. Aid. Graham drew attention to the faclll.nl vehicular traffic was allowed to pass over tin footpntha between the Presbyterian CIhi ch and Mr. HMman'a residence. He timnght that something should be done to prevent this. — Aid. Doyle dep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

I ; WItn WHICH tt IKOORPOBATED THB CAHP8BI.L

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

THEeffectof riding ill wet saddles are many and various. The subject has its seribos ; m pe-t ?Tn.the bush, In Ibe midst of ponVing rain, With' no shelter, the uuhnppj rider oftn- , iirtt he]p%jni8e1f. ,Mr. W, Sbrader, «tf i*86j Victoriaslreet^Darlinghiirst, Sydney, siiys he attributes the severe rheuuiutiBoi, -from which *nd carupinjj out in »U: weathers. IS very' remedy trierlproved luUlp ijntil Dp, ^rVIIliiW* Pink Pills for Pale People were resorted lp. when a. perruBQent cure resulted. Mr. !Sbr»^ der suid : ' Twelve qionUis ago I began to suffer 'from serious Theumntic pains in my back and loins, and In the back of my I highs, particularly when there trns s «hange of; weather or temperature ; the agony was in supportable. Having consulted varioUB doc tors, mid tried a host of muoh-vaunted patent medicines, with a like want of result, I was advised by a frieud, who had also been a very great sufferer from rheumatism, to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, us they had re...

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The Camden Election. MR UNO, KIDD'S CANDIDATURE SUCCESSFUL. ELECTED BY A MAJORITY OF 388. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

-,g^S0SHS^U^ Mb »5«o, Ki'pd'i O^bibiTOBB Scccebsfol. Ta*« elector*! battletrf 1698 ha* *«een fought and wo| at Cacndeti, and Mr. Jolin-Eidd has turned the tables on Mr. Bull, by whom, in 1895, he was narrowly defeated. The result.. was not a surprise. For some time previous to the iplpotion it was aroneraUv admitted fliat Mr. Kidd liftd the best proapecta, though there were fotr who venturrd to predict for htm »o large a, niajnrity. The third candi date (Aid. Henry Willis) did not poll nearly so well as bis friends expected. Only 118 votoi were reordsd in bisfavor, wbioh shows that the electors looked npon the contest as being a fight between Messrs. Kidd and Bull. Even with the votes cast for Aid. Willis added to those recorded in Mr. Bull's favor, Mr. Kidd comes out victorious, with 270 to spare. Mr. Kidd's win, therefore, was an easy one, and should give the candidate arid biB friends and supporters much satisfaction. The polling at Campbelltnwn was conduc ted in the Cburt House,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

No itood n-'tl«r should be without Whyle's Anti-Cough. Druggist's bi'll rings vinlrnilr hi 2 a.m.— Druggist: ?l\V.llr Angry jpiee yells bsck : ?' N-i, you iiliot ; ill.' Diamond cullers in Holland Imre oucceeiied In culling Bl. .lies so small that it takes 1500 of tfieui to weigh a mirnt. J&lpuribe to tl)U paper — 4« per annum.

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What is Influenza? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

What is Influenza? Ikflcenza, a complaint exceedingly common nt this time of the ynar. is r.ot generally un derstood by the greater pact of those who puffer from it. It is in reality an aggravated form of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of tho who!* system. Ordinary colds, it is well known, are caused by conges tion of the blood, which as a rule is most prominent in the head or throat. Influenza can be traced to the same cttuea. and irregu lar or insufficient liver action is in most cases responsible for both. When the liver, through any derangement of the digestive organism, ceases to act in the proper man ner, a certain amount of the bile finds its way into tho bluo 4, and at the same time the blood created from food consumed is of a deci dedly poor quality. In this manner the blond becontescnagested.the circulation sluggish, and a cold ri'soltf. The circulutiun of the blood now being innch slower than usual, the system is affected. The nervous organism becomes unstrung, ...

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Good Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Good Business. A Mississippi merchant, during a day's busi ness in which he was crowded with custom ers, sold a saddle to the value of forty dollars and forgot to put it down. Next day, recol ' lecting the fact of the sale, but unable to re member the name of the purchaser, be direc ted his clerk ?Mm to. read over the alphabeti cal list in the ledger aloud in the hope of re freshing his memory, but his labor was lost. Worn out by the effort, and as the readiest method of getting over the difficulty, he said : 'Jim. put down a saddle to every one of the customers.' This was accordingly done. When the planters had got their cotton in and settling time came round, the bills were presented, and if occasionally one man more prudent than the rest of his neighbors went through the drudgery of looking over a long list of sundries got by different members of the fHinily, and, -fTsoovering a saddle which they had not, or one more than they had got, objected to it, the item would be struck out...

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Too Ready by Half. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

Too Beady by Half. A dadt went into a music store in Canada and bought some music. Just as she was going away she said i ' Oh ! give me ? One Kiss before We Part.1 ' The clerk said, ll W-h-a-t ?' She repeated the request, nnd the clerk, after -soeing that nobody was looking, leaned over, drew the handsome head toward him, and complied. Then there was a srene. The cli-rk was dismissed. The lady, the Governor's wif«, by the way, had him arrested. The clprk sued her for damages for lose of his position. Both went against him. On the apptal he won the case against the lady, whose charms were held responsible. His own suit was dis missed because, the court remarked, the kiss was enough remuneration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

They Creep on us Unawares Thousands of the good people who read these ar ticles have grey hairs in plenty. Are you one o£ them? If so, do jou remember when you saw the Brat (trey hair— on your head, or in you* beard,, as the case may have been ? It was natural encugh ; time is a bleacher us well as a dyer ; yet the dis covery was a surprise, peihaps a shook to you. You didn't see that grey hair. comiDg. All at once— it was thore. Now, bnhold how many worse things ate like that, and learn a valuable lesson. ' Up to March, 1891,' says Mr. John Murray, ' I never had any illness, in my life ' Then, sud denly, aa it were, I felt that something was wrong with me. At first 1 had an awful bitter taste in tr.e mouth, and after eating I had a pain -at the chest and a horrible sensation at the stomach, as.of a tot iron burping me. ?? I vomited all the food I parlookof, and some times I throw up blood. Nothing I ate would re main on my stomach more than a few minutes, and I was afraid to take a...

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Made in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

W^^i^mik nfaiiy V |j£i already ilie i^opfr-^P'TffjHjfl* ^a^9-Mja^3ut;iih|i_5'^rlafsfot.f^ro ing educated ieienH&Salw ifc#ffi Wte*l»ina^l«ialfrod|W^^P luring become \so iiieiufly^a^^pi profession m iji 8&xony,idt 4kj*ii!& small kingdom there arei nor||f^ than 111 ^hmcalinStatuifesj^^l^ sia has 260 such jschj)^'S?ith -jv|*; 12,000 1 pupilis;: 35 ot tiielsdliojols arS for painters and decorators, 16 for tailors, 9 for shoemakers, etc., other trades having at least one school. The Government appropriates, for their support, £120,000 ; and the, various towns and cities give liberal subsidies, Berlin alone giving £14,000 per annum. Hesse, with a population- of one million, has 83 schools of design, 42 of manufactu-; ring industries, _and- many others for artisans of various trades. Ba varia, Wurteniberg and other cities have similar systems.

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A Milk and Cheese Diet. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1898

A Milk and Cheese Diet THOMAS PARR, oue of the longest lived of   Englishmen, subsisted almost all his life on   bread, milk, old cheese, and whey, and at the age of 130 years was able to perform every kind of work as a laborer. When 140 years old, he manifested little of the failing of age, and was removed to Loudon, where an entire     change took place in the mode of living, and be soon died, at the age of 152. Dr. Harvey, the discoverer of the circulation of the blood, expressed the opiniou at that time that Parr might have lived to a much greater age had he continued his regular simple habits.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Sleeplessness, Weariness, Loss of Appetite.. Now Enjoys Good Health !. Mr. Biohard Gibbs, Beryl-street, Broken Hill, N.S.W.. writes on June 3rd, 1897: — Iu writing this I wish to express my thanks for yonr more thtuti valuable Clements Tonic, for it has cured me -of an. illness of which I do. not kuotv the name.. The symptoms were similar to those described in one of your pamphletB by Mr. Patrick Quinn, of this town, viz., sleeplessness, weariness, loss of ap petite. My arms and hands would, be quite useless at timrs. T never knew what it was to have a calm sleep ; jt was always broken by bad dreams, and consequently unrefresli ing. 1 became morose and despondent. I lost flesh and strength rapidly. About this time 1 commenced a course of Clements Tonic, but I am thankful to say not without benefit, for I no longer suffer from any of the old symptoms, but now enjoy good health, and will always feel pleaaure in speaking highly of Clements Tonic. — I am, yours, RICHARD GIBBS.

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All about a Brick. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

fMUMHi [?] ? me tiint -* ^inon w»« Ariiting *^ tbb 'front %-avit ^ -calling «iB^byf*ii»|;3-i^PSlie3?'*^ittu^i»,'i „ fl«licate hpaith, »nd no meAnslpprtilearefodd x -? for tbem. 'Yoh «J-f*ir; to -fpi strong j|nd hrttihf jwhy ain't ydfa ifcrk*; WSa 1. -i i - j' Simply, sir, for tba rtasonihatt cannot ?^., procure war*;,1' .^.iV'- .;-.' . .. . ? ..' ;V^-t ?'? ?-? 3fdt ?' Wring wtif'votit to .give Win, 1 thought I would teat the sincerity of hiB iu tenlicms. ?? If I give you work, what pay: ' Anything, sir, you clioDae to give tn», *o long »» I can obtain nicans tor n-y Buffering family,' ' ' vYery well,' said. I, 'I will give yon 89 cents an hour if you «iU carry a brick on your arm around the 'block far fire hours . wi.thout stopping.' ? ? 'Thank you, sir ; I will do i».B After hunting a while 1 found a brick, placed jt on the man's arm, started him on his walk, and then went down town to my bukiness. Not hnvirig the least faith in the (nan's promise, I thought but little more of it, ...

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