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Would You Believe THE STATEMENT OF SOMEONE IN COOLGARDIE BEFORE YOU WOULD THAT OF SOMEONE YOU KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Would You Believe THE STATEMENT OF SOMEONE IN COOLGAEDIE BEFORE YOU TVODZD THAT OF SOME ONE YOU KNOW. From Sydney Morning Herald. Supposing you had backache, a weak or lame back, a wornout, listless feeling that you wanted to get rid of, nnd you read of someone in Cool gardie who had been cured, would you believe it ? Not these daye, when so many claims are made by nnscrnpulons persons ; we think not. But if someone right here in Sydney were enred, someone you can see, can inquire about, can satisfy you that what he says is true, ' that wonld be different,' would it not 1 Well, now that is the kind of pMof we are going to give yon about a remedy for backache and all complaints of and arising from dis ordered kidneys. The gentleman to whom we shall refer in this article is Mr. Martin Nicholas, whose city address is Nn. 16 Elizabeth-street. Settlers in tho Hnnter River district are- well acquainted with him. Mr. Nicholas has been a great suf ferer from kidney complaints for a long tim...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

^ie^^l^cl!^ ^Ut|»fdyerj yottheidii-. ^rr^* Jiui^ri»a,^erliiti,»,»h«-k to you. You /nibu^ «Sda^c:Wii*'J:- ^?* $im at lhe mm I^WJdVnlngmfc. ,\A .;^.] j:f ':?':\;'i'\fiij^ {r^. : *?! vomited all the fobi I y»flqok of, and some-' ;titt)e» I threw up blood. Nothing I ate wpnldre 'main 09 my stomach more than a few. minutes, and ?I wm afraid to ta^e any 8oHd food. Ev«n»41k and slops dlitreuBd roe. ' ? - '-.;'? .- 'Being unable to leave the hou»f, I test for a : doctor, . wJiq. said that, my,*tomaoh, was «loei»ted. He gave me inedioines of different kinds, apd.Te eomineDded appliuBtione ; . but nothing gave me any lelief, »nd I grew worse aiiil woree. ! - 'Io«plte of the soothing drops I took I got no sleep night or day. ' 13w ^auvwjuTOje'Mre.Xtould .qpt lie down in bed. ' After four month*' suffering I was removed to the Grantown Hospital, where 1 hod the best tneSi fcal treatment anddjet.. I w«8,tedenlely on,liqaid food, and my stomach- wu ao. in^amed sndsore lha( I. ttrew np most of it....

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Tenders for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Tenders for Boadworlc. The following tenders for works on roads within the distiict, under tkc supervision of the Resident Engineer, were opened at the Court House, Campbelltown, on the 3rd irist. : Contract 1/98-99, Douglas Park Crossing.* Geo. Windsor ? £23 S 0 Denis Delaney ? 81 5 0 Joseph Tvddiman ? 97 10 0 Contract 2/98-99, Main Sonth Coast Road; within Campbelltown Municipality. Patrick Sheehy ? £100 0 0 Chas. M'Cann ? 109 4 4 Geo. Nicol ? 110 0 0 Jas. Haydon ? 114 3 4 Joseph Doust ? .» 115 0 0 Jas. Broolter ? 117 10 0 Joseph Teddiuiau ? 119 3 4 John Gately ? 120 0 0 Contract 3/98-99, Great Southern Road. Arthur Clissold ? £77 10 0 W. and C. Brooker ? 103 15 0 F. Gillett ? 106 5 0 Joseph Doust ? 108 15 0 Philip Maxwell ? ' 122 10 0 Contract 4/98 99, Waterfall to Oxford Hill* Thos..-W. Evans ? £82 10 0 Thos. Teddiman ? 105 10 0 Thos. Holtneb ? 113 2 6 Joseph Teddiman ? 116 5 0 John Sheehy ? 127 10 0 Goo. Windsor ? 138 15 0 Samuel Griggs ? 169 6 7 Contract 5/98-99, Bulli via Coa...

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Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Presbyterian. The Rev. Dr. Bruce, ex-Moderator and Special Commissioner of tho General Assembly, visi ted the charge and parish of St. David's, Oarnpbelltotrn, last week. Oh Friday evening be addressed and conversed wilh the commit tee of management, and on Sunday morning preached to a good congregation, subsequently addressing the people on the special objects of his visit. Dr. Bruce addressed the Sunday School in the afternoon, and though bat a small number braved the wet evening, he preached an eloquent and instructive discourse.

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Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

ymwmmmm A Beilluot Sootess, When, e, few Treeki ago, the -inoual concert and social waa held: koonbeotioh with St PatnoU's, Convent, CampbeJltown, -jfi{|ij|nj»i' motors had the weather against tnem, *nd though the function was well attended, Jukny werepraventedirom being present to partwi pate in tbe evening's prooeedingi^ ana were greatly disappointed in -»nsequ^ ing ifaii, aud in response to aumerbuB^re queEU, the management decided to proviso a aeoond entertainment, the proceodsiobe^de voted to reducing' the debt on the ohuroh: This eventuated on Friday evening of last week, in the Town Hall, the affair taking the form of V plain and fBnoy-*llr*tt?5ili. For some days previous, the event had been looked forward to with expectation, -nd though it was anticipated that the gathering would^ie largely attended, there were lew wbo ventured fco predict that the success of the evenings proceedings would be so pronounced and complete as was actually the casr. . Be tween eighty and ninety c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

All first-class storekeepers keep Whyte's Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Uongh.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Prbsbvtbiuaj' Chcbcii. Sunday rooming at 11, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at S p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious instruction, public school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minieter may be seen at the Manse on Friday evenings, 7—9. Rev. D. Moobb, B.A. Rbv. R. Steel, M.A. (In charge).

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

CONGREGATIONAL CbCBCH. Sunday Services : Moraing at II j evening at 7 in winUr, 7.80 in summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Special service to attract those who Attend no church —young men ia particular : Last Sunday even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Sankey'e hymes. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. ' Staging Sunday,' when parents and fiienda of scholars ara invited: First Sunday afternoon in tbe month. Religious Instruction at Public School ;_ Every Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Class for young men and women : Alternsti Wedntsday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. ? Regular Monthly Church Meeting: At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening before Communion 'Sunday. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Bkerrilt and Kef. G. A. Raws, B A., alternately. Service on alternate Sundaya at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. Raves, B.A.

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

)j a T^mVni.n ^j. ShVhaB to^d « kntm^ ber pr^rfnends and «oquainUnoes about ^Sd;:greSj^o^l;:|ri^rMt^p|iw;jn''(liei fl»*W*ir. 5j;Mr«. £ *|lMro}6o|^il:%ife of -the j»r!pjMfot5-vrf'^ Afthnr, aW,i» the lady In question., fipe% »i^r Jro^ rheumatiaa^tiopB whioh-t ^rst ?eeftied trivial, but ip spite ' of ordinary pre * cautions continued fc*|wr^se:*B^lo give tise to coDsidawble«iann. The doctors pro noun (^ the «W to; be oce of mupheeverity, the complaint being rheumalio gout. Every-v thing was trie3, but Without avail, and she became jit length a pronounced invalid, .worrying «yer her illness brought on a /variety of other complaints. The le&Bt cold affected her to an abnormal degree. She was seized with pains in tbe feet so that she oould hardly work, even a feeble effort giving her considerable pain. She was compelled lo sit in a warm place constantly,, and. her appetite fell away, so that she ate but. one meal in three dayB. Every effort was made to secure relief* the best medi...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Looal and General No good mother should bo without Wfayte's Anti-Cough. The death is announced of Mr. C. Loseby, aen., of Bowral, at the age of 97. With the exception'1©* repairs to- JBweHcry and orders for dyeing clothing, nil my other commissions will cease,— D. Rigelsford, Oanip belltown.* At the Campbelltown Police Conrt yester day, before Mr. D. U. Barker. J.P., John George Hamilton, brought up for protection, was remanded for two days. In connection wilh (lie Cabramatta shooting allray, the Colonial Secretary has approved of a reward of £50 being paid for information which Trill lead to the arrest of tbe men impli cated. Mrs. Stack, widow of the' late Canon Stack, who was incumbent of St. Poter'a Anglican Olmrch from 1846 to 1854. died yesterday, the 9lh inst. The funeral will be at Carapbelltown on Thursday (to-morrow). The Sooth Coast and WeetCawden Co-ope-, rafive Co. report as follows under dale Aug. 6 : ' Butter. — Everything points to an early opening of export business ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Io twelve marriages out of nvory hundred .one of the narli.es has been married before. pother : '-I gave you sixpence to be good yesterday, and to-day you are just trying to see how bad you oan be.' Willie : ' Yes, but I#am jtiBt trying to. show you to-day that you goc the north of your money yesterday.'

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Wesletan Chobch. Not received. The Campfoelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPOBATED THE CAHPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10 1898.

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Didn't Need a Pair. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

^mmmmmm Shk was richly and Mther strikingly dresie^^ ?nd wok .dUmtmde ^tho^t «nmfer. ™^!ie' Wkedoveribe^isprtment of tnoes^si^ie; atsisumt took down 1ariler)«Od«u,llf picked ont a dainty little patent leather iff.iriind -' »T!iis«-*ery #reMy,'v :*^W ^^ ' . «' A be»o\ifoV s^pe*' exol^mrf ^B^isles^ plained. 'Bqt I rather like U. Would yon ^l^esaiefV': -?' ^j;.L':-«- ??'- '~'~-:--::-'-%k$ik wttBte to buy a jtw*'; , ?' '.? '-??a- :--SV^;: W-. '? tSf?* '% -.^W|jl,-e-do^;«*ually^ way ; tnt-^8 it for a one-logged girl ??' ?*.'? ?'Sir! '?HMf'dareyorir': ' f'.', -.^V 'I beg your pardon. No intention to» at tend,: I assure you, bntone shoe— -v ? '%^ 'Well, what «f itt P«pa says we in%. throw' an old shoe after Vm when they get married, and! say an old shoe was fiH riglil when ho was — a-— when he was. poor.. But now it's different.. We don't have to. throw old shoes, and it wouldn't look right. I; told him if he was going to throw old shoes I'd see that it was done right and proper, so that t...

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Iligant Sport. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

XUgaat Sport. A party of anglers were out on a fishing cx enrsion, and, meeting in Irishman, one asked what fish were to be caught in the stream close by.. Amoug other fish, Pat mentioned soles. ' Why,' said one of the parly, ' you do not find soles in rivers. But Put was positive, and offered to bet half a sovereign that if one of the anglers sot his line overnight, be would find a sole on it in the morning.. The bet was made, and the line set. In the night, Pat stole down to tbe river and affixed the bottom of a boot to tbe hook. Ni'Xt tnorniug tho party went to the stream, ;«nd the angler ssw. lie had a bite. ' It's an eel,/ said lie. ' Shure, it's a sole,' said Pat. The angler pulled out his line, and when he saw his catch his anger was great, and was not 1 soothed when Pat held out his hand for tbe tea shillings, remarking : ' Shore, an' it's sport yee been bavin', for ypz got a sole an' heel at one boite, shore.'' ' This is a hard world,' said the balloonist as he dropped out ...

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Mustard in the Wrong Place. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

lEostaxi ia. the Wrong' Place. Hebb is a little tale which' is not unfunny. 'He was a young man and was staying for a night in a country inn. ,It was supper time, and he upset the mustard pot on the table .cloth.. However, be said nothing, but went; to :;bed.. Ip the morning, behold 1' He bad a greBt and painful blister in the middle of his back. Nor was the cause hard to find. The jtablecleth of tbe previous night had done duty asasfaeeb. %he youpg. man is right off mus tard now.

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Value of the Separator. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1898

Value of the Separator*. ;Thb story is told of. a dairyman who skimmed his milk at borne by hand, and. satisfied him self that there was not enough: butter fat left in it to give even a- smell of batten. A- ^separator, man; challenged him to 'bring a sample of. his skim, milk for analysis. The challenge was accepted, and. the test showed that two per cent, of butter ftit bad been left iu the milk. In other words, nearly one half of the buttec in that milk had been fed to calves and pigs. This is pretty, expensive pig. feeding, and it was certainly an eye-, opener for that dairyman. Tbe human hand is superior to many machines, but when it* -comes to ekiuiming milk, no hand skimmer can beat tbe separator for getting tbe butter fat out of a given weight of every-day milk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

BAttDBB* SONS' tCUOALYPtt EXTEAt T— Voder die distinguished pabpntge of His Majesty the %\ngot Ittlr, m -per communication made b the Htaitterior Foreign Affairs, thrown, the Con «u\ General for Italy, *t Melbourne, March 14ft, 167B Awarded *Uplo«na at the Amsterdam Bxhl tttion, lBbS. Acknowledged fcy Medical Clin«» _ »nd0nlT«wUie»^HflTetthBCJloDe. - „* There are imiUtioru tol ISaoalyptiEitractinTO* market, .products of simple dittullauon, fcfiutng crude resinous nils Ih order that fWe Crude oil« *ioiiofifae1-ruuUBOorernmetitto-WArpetrec% -pure origin, as per tatoimstiito forwarded to ut through ike Consul it Melbourne, March 2, 1878, ? we«tate«--, ?« ., * j. It l« nrored bjJte»U mule by the Medical Clinics «fth*U«an-HMf*«i Honn^ud Ortoswald (PruH «U), and MpOrted to hj Br Schluta, taoleuor of fharmtcolojty at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Moraier, Director or the Jlmhaa) Clioos «t Oriefewald, that only products ihat-att saturated, with oiygen »no treed of ocids, resinous and otber*ubsttn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

? To Let,. Wanted, &e. ?'?- (18 Words, Is Cash. If Booked, Is 6d.) T) ALTON OREAMER.Y.— To Jurymen; —^ — The undersigned w prepared t6 bay Surplus Milk in any quantity ;' highest prices given. — S. Pickering,- Proprietor, Inglebnrn. TjlOR SALE, Early Rose, Browoell's Beau -*- ties, and several kinds Prime Seed Pota toes at reduced prices. E. & W . Fieldhousb, Oampbelltown. 'G1OR SALE, Prime Black Sorghum Seed, -*- 8d per lb., free on rail at Ingleburn. Ap ply, S. Pickering, Inglebnrn. TOOR SALE, Horse Gear, complete, with -*- Stlings ; price, £10. Can be sepn at the Dalton Creamery. — S. Pickering, Inglebura. 'C^OR SALE, cheap, a strong S-spring Cart, -*- with top, complete ; entirely new, and never used.— Wm. B. Caldwell, Quecn-st. 1ITRS. FOWLER, Midwife and Nurse, open -^-*- for engagement for ladies during ac conchement ; terms moderate. May be seen at Mrs. Munro's, Milgate-st., Campbelltown. rpo LET, or For Sale, on easy terms, Four -*- Ruom DoltagR, with outer k...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

MiflcollaJiooufl UtattB* Frank Smith, 'aged four has been soalded lo death at jPiliiroy (Vic). - The 'Cologne Garotte' states that the ftspe is unable to work or write, and that his Jifeta gradually ebbing away. There were two *&ms of Jntasent language attheOampbelltomij&ilioj) Court last Week, the offenders bring- fined 6s'*»ch. _j ? ; * Pat's friend said to him : ' Have you heard the latest news r Pat: 'No; what is it?1 Fiiend rj- There's a penny off the — loaf.' Pat; 'Suure, Oi ho.pe it's off the p«iny ones.' , , . ' The Butter King of the world is said to be Obadinh Sands, of Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Sands owns 60 creameries, and controls the output of us many more. These ' creameries are scattered over the State of Illinois, and .their annual product amounts. to::) £,000,006 pounds of- buttec, valued at 2,600,000 dols. TbB milk of 120.000 cons is Used in thp manufrtctuiB of this buttor. ; V :

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

The war between America and {Spain is now at an end. If tho farm is large enough to divide, better share it with the children as they mature then to drive them off to other fields. A man can often do better with what he has left than he could upon- the whole farm after the boys are gone. — Yankee Edwards, the cyclist who set himself the task of riding 100 miles a day for 365 days, was still going well when the last Ameri can mail left, on Jnne 20th last, Edwards having, op to that date, ridden 17,000 miles in 171 days. .

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