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

A Coastaat Suffinw. HBS. THOMAS BISHOP TELLS 03? HBE MJiKESS— SBRIOP8 CONSEQUENCES WBEE TEABED. MAKJ DOCTOfeS TAIL, BUT BILE ' IBEANS^UWSCT A SPEEDY Aid) XHOBOU0H -CPEH. ' I-f any one thought lias been in my mind more than any other ior the past few months, it lias been one of gratitude to the makers of Bjle Beans, and ,J*ni -only/ too' delighted to have *a opportunity of puWicly'utattog this.' Thus replied Air*. Thomas Bishop, of Jamee street, Hamilton, when a reporter waited upon itrr the other day, -' Thongh not at death's door, exactly, I have been so bad that nothing I could do or get seemed to give me relief. ._ It was misery to me to walk about. 'Night after night I passed almost without any aleep, to rise in the morning utterly un refreshed. Terrible pains assailed trie in tha ? —ggjj^ back and be jSfB@£FS8£}) tween the gglp^ft shoulders, C*U8 . - ^HT^-ak jcF ing me intense «V ; '^1 suffering. I Jg. ££i think it was my: «T ''- 'Aj ? iiverthateaused JEaw^r0*^?^— this. - As ti...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Irish Wit. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

. IriBll Wit. A lawyer, having some papers to be signed by an old Irish lady, went to her house one meriting lor her signature, ? On tiis arrival, he requested her to sign her name' here,' indi cating the spot. u Ooh,' said shft, with a bland- smile. 'Ton floign it for me, for shore, since Oi lost my glaBseB Oi -an't write.' ' ? 11 Well, how do you spell your name, Mrs. M. f ' . ' Martha, dear,' she cried to her daughter, 'come here diriclly an' spbell me name for the gintleman, for shure, since Oi loBt me teeth Oi csn't sphell a word.'

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

LOST MANHOOD Nwoua Debility, to., from youthful folly, excesses or any cause. Guaranteed CURE. A groat ScientiOo disoovery ty auatoniy. Book posted Irec, sealed. To young men uonUmplatlng marriage, to the married, to young and old, this book is invaluable, pointing out the way of relief U) those unfortunate sutterere to whom loveislmta hideous tonnentuur dream, life a torturr, the future a blank. Wrlto PUOPIC6SOB B. HKRMAKN. «l Collins Ware. MellMiinie. Woman's Salvation. The Wife's welfare within her own control. Bool roBUd free. It will teafch you more auoui prevention in ten minutes thin all the years you've lived. Write Jror. B. HERMANN. 41 Colllin Place, Mdliourne. q. , f I*, . ^j.i.r from Hoyith i^otly. Jittvout outre re rs D,bu-(y, Loa of Manhood, to. Scud tamped envelopo.and 1 wUl forward fuU partliMlare— liow I suffered for years— tried alinoBt everv so called remedy and specialist, and when all hadfeilci— hovtTqecidenULUyfpundaeun. Addreu, EimmS, Uku., O.f.O.. Mellioume. ?...

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Stock for New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Stock for New South Wales. A tklegbam from Melbourne states that the well-known trading steamship, Hawke's Bay, arrived from London on Saturday night with a general cargo and a shipment of valuable oattle and pies. All the live stock nrv con signed (o the Minister for Agriculture in Neiy South Wales. The live stock stood the voyage exceedingly well, and so far from any loss oc curring, the shipment increased by thu birth of a bull calf duriog the trip.

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

^Hyer Cpmplamt and ribjtle Appe muph^^rtuife an recommendiiiK Clemeats TinfeiVthB public.' ' Ibad sofferedfor jesfi IrolM * . Jpj|ji^i)f; ippylito, ^:^4-^*f 'Jobntyrti-; ally SpiUmg phlegm. I trie! several reme-. dies, b«t could^ obtain : no relief, until one day I happened ip see -one' of yojii'r ; pumpblets, *nd seeing the nomberof fliires i*n*Bdt*d*by Olepi ents Tonic, IJiecided:i6 try it, and after taking the contents § Iffie irjt§K-i$* %$M #liev%; and .Stjpahe:^me^l^ ?|»lil|^r|Bv1a5g*; bottles I felt ^ difforent man, jrnd bave not been troubled with the-amecomp)aint since. I therefofe oionot thaSt ' yum inoogh ^HorJtbe benefit J have derived from Olements Tonic In conolueioo, I oan SaWy fecommend it to all enfferiug from the above complaint — Yours faithfully, J. R. FAU-LDER.

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

Vou can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your general piloting ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you oan afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to , execute. The newspaper manneeda K and i jhelps to pay for the thousand and one free notloM he givesVon and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvasser, who osn give you no such re turn, and is spending neither time, ?»«?&»« brains in helping you to build up your di.tnct. £he ume may come when a newspaper may Jive simply upon the revenue derived from the subscrip ftone and T advertisements, but no ordinary ne»s naper in any ordinary town c»n nut without thiiliary support derived from general printing. Therefore, if ?ou want a good ''?P'P'-''^ will etiU help your lown-glve it all your printing.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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STATUTORY DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I, IIaey Ann Temple, of Campbelltown, in the Colony of New South Wales, do solemnly and sin oerely declare that I hare carefully read the an nexed document, consisting ot eight folios and consecutively bszibered from one to eight, and that it contains ana is a true ana taitnrm account 01 my illness and cure by Clements Tonic, and also con tains my fall permission to publish the same in any way; and I make this solemn declaration conscien tiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the proviiions of an Act made and passed in the ninth year of the reign of her prebttnt Majesty, in stituted ' An Act for the moro effectual abolition of Oaths and AffirmttionB ttken and mnde in the various Departments of the Government of New South Wales, and to pubstitute Declarations in lieu thereof, and for the suppression of voluntary and exlra judicial Oaths and Affidavit.' . MARY ANN TEMPLE. D dared at Cumpbelltown (his 27lh day of July, 1898, before me. ' N 13. H....

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

JplipP t:$tift IweW'i^fies'iwe' g^ ftriijp^ri tj Pout \ SioigilT. ??»*'«' fresh . S*h :i£JH^i|i|JK toalei come off jeasjjj^ylia-' '^'^j ??'?!?; vjfi angels often have to stand. ..--, ..?'? :| ? Best the White' of iggs at »n op«D window «:^to)^ip^Aot^«te^.=i.:-v:; -J,.\^, Too many man on the great sea of life want |6 macipaUte' the rpdder «Vn they should be polling « tho oars, - V;V :? -i.:- ^;\?4: '&£. ' « tyini % gotHipV parted the:*pPBache*S and then-be answered, 'It's patting two and t#o together and making them five.'1 % :f A wise combination of breed, feed, and; kind treatment makes the profitable dairy «ow, while the mongrel-bred, badly ted, dog-driven scrubber does not psr for bailing ap. Paris policemen now carry pieoeB of obalk with which to mark the clothes of roughs who hustle them or attempt to rescue their prison ers. When reinforcements arrive, - the assail ants are readily identiGed. An. old man, living in Paris, who appeared to be in extreme poverty, and grat...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Bail-way lafenafttioiu 1 B¥DlWy.-CAMrBBfcvroWN TEAIN SERVICE. Week-day Beririee j ; ..-.'' LeaveSjdney. %^^!*«--% . 9 80 a.m. ; 10.49 ?.«. 10.85 I*-** ? 1.80 p,m.- 8.05 p.m. ? .. \ sa$ -..- ??.;,:..;.;?;., ??.??^» :-?'.???? ? .; tew HI 6.50 8.28 t 900 9-69 11.80 1.00 a.m. Satnrdajs (additiouBl) : 8.00 a.«n. 9.08 ».m. 1.65 p.m. 3.17 p.m. 2 28 826 6.10 ? 7.' - Leave C'town. Arrive Sydpey. ? 4.43 «.m. 600 »mj 7.35 8.« 8.89 9-88 10.42 12.10 p.m. i- 12.80 p.m. 2-05 [ 3.38 *?« 4.00 5.44 8.83 ' W.12 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive O'town. 9.40 a.m. H.05 a.m. i;00p.tn. ?? -«.«6 ?*?«.., ,-._. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.80 ll-01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.48 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 8.14 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10-06 t Sstardays exceptea. ? Mondays txcepted CAMPBELLTOWM-CAMDEN TRAftWAT. Leave C'town. A«. Camden. 7.O0s.m. 7.85 «.m. 10.55 «f f „ t 3.83 p.m. 4,18 p.m. i6.50 .. |.25 t7.22 '2 ^*Ui.Oi«nd«n.^ ,-' Arrive tytown. + 6.50a.tn. 7.25 a.m. 7.55 8.80 10.05 1°-45 2.50 p.m. ' 3-80...

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The Case of Mrs. M. A. Temple. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Sue Case of Mrs- AE. A. Temple. (Bv/ Odb Special Reporter.) AttEPOuncRfrmti the 'Campbell to wfl jjlenldV' 'having heard q[, a Uioruugh «eife in a * v Bgi OlSfi OP OOJNORSTOD {.1VSB Ami 'Dlher complications arising therefrom, .waited mi the patient, Mrs. M. A. IVmple, tjauiiibelltciwn, /tnrl requested details of ber illnBse. '? Yes,' anid Mis. Temple, in answer to a ^question, 'come in and I will tell yon all ?about it.' „ ' How did your siokness-begiu, Mrs. Templof ' *'& badfcold, caused by getting wet. 'This teemed to settle on my Jiver, for, shortly aft« wards, I was SEIZED WITH I-KABTOL PAINS |n the back and aide. The pain, especially here,' said Mrs. Temple, placing ber hand ou Iwr right side, ' was so intense that I groaned aloud. Every night I restlessly turned and turned in my bed, trying to. fiud a position in which I could get a respite from torture. But itwasnouse. All positions were alike.- The pain tortured me still, and it was only after I. was I ' THOEOUGHLV W...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Postal laformatioa. Miils are despatched from OampbeUtown as under : — . Sydney and North, 10. lo a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m.. Snndays exoepted. West, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 630 p.m., Bundays 8 Camden, 10 «.m. and 6.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 ajn. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays accepted. Narellen, same lime as Oamden. Minto, 10.16 a.m., Bnndaya eicepted. Ingleburn, 10.16 a.m., 6undayB excepted. Granville, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sondays excepted. Liverpool, 9 p.m. . Saturdays excepted: - Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m.. Sundays excepled.' Douglas Park,«ame time as Pieton. Menahgle, 10 a.m., Bundays excepted. Appin, 6 p-m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.

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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

OampTjelltown Lawn Tennis Olut. : On Saturday last a very pleasant day was spent at Bulli by the gentlemen's A team of the Oainpbelltown Lawn Tennis Clnb, 'when,' after an enjoyable game, the visitors proved too strong for the Bulli team, winning the doubles by 48 to 22 games, and the singles by U to 13. „ ? Campbelltown was represented by Messrs.' F. L. Foster, 3. H. Payten, F. Olissold, and) A. G. Payten, the local team being — Messrs. Allanson, Graham, Reid, and Bennett. Lunch was served on the court, anj] after partaking of afternoon tea, kindly provided by (he Bulli ladies, a start was made for home. Fine weather and magnificent scenery com pleted a day's outing not likely to be forgot-? ten by the members of the team and the ladies who accompanied them. No good mother should be without Whytu's| Anti-Congh. Patriok Whito, a prisoner serving n short seutenoe for larceny, escaped from Albury 3uol on Monday,

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following town.:-Appin, Bringclly. Brownlow Hdl, Cam den, Cobbitly, Douglas Park, Eckenley, Gleneeld, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton FarX, Ingleburn, Luddenham. Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Nsrellan, The Oaks, Picton, Prestons, Thirlmere, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances the poBtage U 2d h«lf ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

OaaptiUtoTm'Kualolpal OowslI/ Thursday, Auodbt 17. J?BM8KST4 Aldermen D, H. 'Barker {Mayor), W. Graham, J. Lyuoh, E.lSedgwiok,_W. Cummins, N. Doyle, tuid T, Gamble. ^ ''&}_. .The minutes of previous imeeiing were re»& and ajopted. „? BORRRSPONDBNOB. JVom the Department at Public Instruc tion, asking for certain information re tbe Municipal Library. , lieceiced, and the information to be enp , Circular from the Free Public Library, Sydney, re the formation of a Free Librajry Association. Received, on the motion of Aid. Graham, arid Gamble. ' ' - From tbe Municipal Association of New South Wales, intimating that the 16th annual meeting of the association would tie held hi Sydney on Tuesday, 27th September next. ?' *, Received, on the motion of Aid. Lynoli and Gamble. From the Department of Lands (Forest Branch), stating that a parcel of trees (sugar gams) ba'd been son I up for tbe reserve., , y^ Received, and Mr. J. H. Maiden ta,be .thanked. ? :' ' : ?'? «*- ^ ?« . /F...

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

'Struck Down for Death.' His Own Words. Experts said he could not be cured HIS PERFECT CURE A SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY. (From tht Freeman'* Journal.) (by oub own mpobtkr.) Mr. J. Hawk.es, of Hawkesview, Gulldford. N.S.W., is uow one of the strongest and healthiest-looking men one could meet in a day's march. We heard that for five long years he had been u terrible sufferer, and that a course of Clements Tonic had completely restorod hie health, so this paper ( The Free.mtn's Journal, Syd ney) dispatched a reporter to see him. ' You look as though you'd never had a day's illness in your life,' said our reporter on seeing Mr. Huwkos. ' I may look well enough now,' was the reply, 'and My Health is Perfect, but once I was struck down for death. The doctorB have given me up, and it seemed as though nothing remainod for me but to settle my affairs of this world and prepare for the next' 'You must have had a narrow squeak, th«n. What first caused your illness :' ' It must have been coining on...

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

As the planting season i? near at hand, we would recommend parties intending to plant to apply to P. L. C. Shepherd and Sun, 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, for their admirable cata logue and garden guide, which is sent free to all applicants. This firm also supplies seeds of finest quality. — Adr. Mensrs. P. L. C Shepherd, of 202 Pitt^street, Sydney, is the most reliable firm for supplying lucerne and ? all kinds of seeds for station, furtn, or gaiden ; also, fruit treee, shrubs, etc. Their un rivalled catalogue and garden guide is sent post free to all on application.* Sabicribe to this paper, — Is per quarter.

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They Creep on us Unawares. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

They Oxeop on us 'Ua&vrexts- Thousands of the good people who read these ar ticles have grey hairs in plenty. Are you one of them f If bo, do you remember when you saw the fint Rtey hair — on youi head, or in yout beard, as the case may have been r It was natural enough ; time is a bleacher as well as a dyer; vet the dis covery was a surprise, perhaps a shock to you. You didn't see that grey hair coming. All at once— it was there. Now, brhold how many worse things are like that, sad learn a valuable lesson. ' Op to March, 1891,' says Mr. John Murray, ' I never had any illness in my life. Then, sud denly, as it were, I felt that something was wrong with me. At fint I had an awful biUer taste in the mouth, and after eating I had a pain at the chest and a horrible sensation at the stomach, as of a hot iron burning me. « I vomited all the food I partook of, and some times I threw up blood. Nothing I ate wonld re main on my stomach more than a few minutes, and I was afraid to tak...

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

Utrw Backs far Oil. SOME SOLID SYDNEY FACTS. (From Evening News, Sydney.) We're doing it every day. It is our business. Old backs made new 1 Yei. Marvellous, isn't it t Not so mucb, however, when you know who we ere. We are Doan's Backache Kidney Fills. Our work is making new backs oat of x-ld. Old backs ache. . - That is, they eoem to ache. It's the kidney's that ache. But the back does the talking. Backache is not all there is of kidney disease. It's only the starter, so to speak. Urinary troubles follow thick and fast. Excessive nrine — very common com plaint. Sediment in nrine — getting worse. High color — worse still. Diabetes, Brighl's Disease — Death. That's the end. MORAL. Trade that old back for a new one. And do it at once. ' Don't wait for all the coming horrors. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills will Wake the old bgcke new. - ? /To show that the above is not over-stated, here is a case right here in Sydney, that of Mr. William Elliott. Mr. Elliott has resided at No. 127 Eliza...

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A Big Poultry Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

A Biff Poultry ToxsL Mb. Baker; of New York State, owns a poul try farm which is probably the largest in the world.' ft is 1000 acres ioeirtent, end dtrided into small fields or pooltry todb. , ThJMarm' is -complete in all details, with euitable hooso, lay ing and Boratcbing sheds, lnoobator cellars, brooders, broiler houses, etc; . It,' faHy stocked with nearly half a million bead of poultry, and a stearti engine . for working coro mills, mincing maohincs, bone cutters, chaff cotters, and other machinery used in preparing food. The produce of this immense establish ment furnishes the greater part of New York with supplies, amounting to 200,000 fowls and 20,000,000 eggs per year.

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

WE ARE THE LARGEST 1MP0ETEBS OF ^gfgfgfPPI^ Dl AlinO ' and all kinds of mNUd, * Musical^ ORGANS ! Instruments ^J^^V^^m IN AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason ?we can give our Customers such good value, at least ,.-. .«'» so per cent, less than other Hoiises.. We guarantee ''-{.') all our Instruments and exchange 'free' -of _ cost if ' si Customer not satisfied. We have been.-established in -._- .?' ';?, ' Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have -?: ', \, the largest and best, selected stock of high-class goods.- -; . If you send your order by post you can rely upon \ our giving the same careful attention as though yovr were personally present to select. Catalogues, sent ? ' post free on application. Easy .Time-Payment Terms ', ' can be arranged for any Instrument. ' %.H. PALING & CO., LTD., ? \ ? ll :^ Value of AdvertiBiaff. \ 'is*' ''?'-?*'??- '5?;:'.'. - ? '' ' -'? ? ?-' '''-.. .... . ' ?_ \P-;-;, . . '.- 3 ^^^etelUjhep«blio abou...

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