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Children's Hair. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Ghildren's Hair. Children's hair should never be curled if it is not naturally inclined that way. The use of any method of producing curls, oven though soft rags alone are used, is injurious to the Growth and breaks the hair. This arises less perhaps in the actual curling than in the pro cess of releasing the hair from its bonds. If a star came down to eartb, it wouldn't be there a day uutil somebody would say it was only a tallow candle. A tablespoon fnl of powdered borax dis solved in the bath is said to be very invigor ating, and also softens the water so that it will feel like velvet. ?„?- Subscribe to this paper — 4s per annum. j

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Long Will the World Last? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Sew Loag 'Will the World Last? Taking the present population of the world At 1500 millions, or thereabout, we have reason to suppose that each of us has only 200,000 tons of fuel to serve his wants. The average householder might consider this a pretty fair allowance, but what about the . manufacturer and the shipowner 1 It would not keep an Atlantic greyhound long afloat. Lord Kelvin, basis his calculations on the existing rate of increase in the population, and development of industries requiring fuel, has arrived at tlie conclusion that it cannot last for more thnn five hundred years. That ^is not ilia Tornt o.f it-,. In burning up this fuel, the oxygen of the atmosphere will be consumed and carbonic acid formed, so that in four hundred years, n century before the fuel is done, the air will be unfitted to sus tain human life. . Humboldt and others foresaw the exhaus tion of the coalfields, but it remained for the penetrating genius of Lord Kelvin to point outvie failure of oxygen....

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Walking Round the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Walking Round the World. M. Henri Gii.bkkt, who is walking round the world for a wager, arrived at Moss V»lo on Satorday afternoon. -He is said to be in per fect health. He has now covered over 24,000 miles, 'and snys he feels confident that he will be ablu to accomplish his task a few months under (he specified time, namely, Juno 1st, 1900, when he has to be back in Paris. A small parcel, booked at Goulburn and ad dressed as follows, now lies at this office : ' M. Henri Gilbert, French traveller going round the world on foot, care of Campbelltown Herald, Campbelllown,' Sueing that he is dne in Sydney on Thursday, Monsieur Gilbert may be expected to call far his property soma time to d»y- Mothers, do not neglect .yonr children in time of need. Try Whyte'a Anti-Cough,

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

? ? Mr- Hirinirati. ^ho i» m lioeil»^ Vftnmwi by ? .* B^ney '^Worfcet* ^liat^Jt ***; -$&ui Mr. ^- -fijhtti|«aV-^'|!lly ijl6M» started; tt ,i good ? tofctiy other illnesses do— with just a, oold. t -Jit ISmt I didn't talte much notice of it, % fye flften h»dcoldi before and got rid of tbfcm in a week or so. This # mH,-owOTW, .''?. Jtjtfdn't repqvar iu the ortininy way, but be jj»o w gut thin »nd weak. r''« Thi« ih»de xdaf««1- bit .hervooi, especi r *lly u 1 couldn't tell *jt*«ly srhat .,»« tha trouble with me, so I went to a chemist and got wme medioine. But as, in «pite of thB physic, I continued tb get thinner aud Wmkef, t went op to the Sydney Hospital. the doctors there examined roe and told me . I had a severe Attack of icflueqza, and that I required medicine nod rest. I did exactly tas they ordered me, and took my medicine regu larly four times a day, but I did riot feel any better for it. What I know for certain 1b that I slowly continued to get worse and worse. I lost...

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

'WedderTsam. It is long since the name of the above small portion of the globe has appeared before the public gaze. But why? It did its best towards sending a worthy representative to Parliament — is trying bard to maintain a satisfactory school — and is making a mighty effort towards gaining a church. Why, then, should its voice not make itself .heard to the public ear through the medium of tbe press ? A word alout its last venture, viz., a church. Services have been held in the post office for same months past, mainly owing to the exer tions of the Rev. Robt. Steele, B.A., the only visiting clergyman. Nevertheless, the resi dents are desirous of possessing a building of their own. Owing lo the assiduous exertions of Mosdames Tate and Swann, of this district, collections for this purpose are mounting higher and higher. A suitable site has been liberally donated by the postmistress (Miss Greenwood), and the fnud already in hand is sufficiently large to warrant tbe choice of material...

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Horse Feed. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

HoxseFesi. The London General Omnibus Company have recently completed an interesting ex periment With their bones. They divided them off for the purpose of testing the ef fects of two systems of diet. The first sec tion was given daily 161bs. of crushed oats, 7£lbs. of cut bay, and 2&lba. of cut straw ; the other section bad ldlbs. of whole oats, and 131bB. of uncut hay. It was found that the condition of the animals undergo. I diet had decidedly improved, while at the Bame time a saving was effected of 2£d per horse a day. The whole stud is accordingly now placed on the first-named dietary. Mothers, do not neglect your children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Congh.

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If We Know. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

[?] That«rn)uhd each others lives, ' W*Tih'ottia %e *BftT»t3ier belter A XTould wo judge all deeds by motives, . ^;i.he^»oa^withtnf Often «re should love the sinner, All the while wo loathe the »in. Oould we know the powers working .'-?.???; Towr«r8trpw:in!begHtyi S ^ ' We should judge each other's errors . With more patient ohsrity. ' : .. If we knew the oaree and trials, Knew the efforts all in vain, And the bitter disappointment, ' -- Understand tbe jobs and. gain — Would the grim, external ronghness Seem, I wonder, just the same % , ' Should we help -where now we hinder I Should we pity where we blame t Ah, we judge each other harshly, Knowing not life's bidden force ; Knowing not the fount of aetion Is lew turbid at its source, ? : ? Seeing not amid the evil All the golden grains of good — Oh, we'd love each other better If we only understood.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Weblevak Chubch. Aug. 21— Mr. W. W. Smart at » » Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. The CampMltown Eerald WITH WBICU 18 INCORPORATED TUB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17. 1898.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

pRESBJTfcBIiH CHtTEOH. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, end during sum-' mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious instruction, public school. Thursday, 7.80 p.m ? Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manae on Fridav evening', 7—9. Bbv. D. Mooek, B.A. Rev. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Local aad General Stcdaian's barley sugar, beautiful and bright, 6d per lb. — J. Rigelsford, Campbelltown.* We learn that the nctt proceeds of the ball . recently held in aid of the funds of the R.C. Church, Campbelltown, amount to £25. The department, during the past Week, has had improvements effected at the looai railway station, fresh asphalt having been laid down. All first-class storekeepers keep Whyto's Anti-Congb. Try it for yonr children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Cough. The Campbelltotrn council is calling tenders for the supply of a quantity of grey metal, also the removal and re-building of a culvert on Menangle-road. Particulars are advertised. A particularly bright son of Edmund Barton is on his way to England, there to qualify for the Bar. In the same boat is a son of the recently-deceased Justice Manning. The South Coast and West Cainden Coope rative Go. report as fullows under date Aug. IS — '? Butter.— Supplies are increasing, and best ba...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

CHURCH 8EBTICES. Chdbob op England.— St. Patkr a. Sunday oerrice* : Morning nt II, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion: First Sunday in tbe month at morning service; 3rd Sunday, 7.4S a.m., except in the months of Jane, July, and August. On festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; choir ? practice at 8 p.m. Friday: Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Bit. I, V. Alkin.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, August 15, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

[?] 90UTH OOAST A»» WEST OAMDBN CO OPERAXITO COMPANY, SrpiW, Atagtut 16, 1897. Batter, «reraer?» per lb* ISA , ., factory, lldto 11)4 ' ,. Ant quality, dairy, Ot S}d lo 18Jd ^ „ »ewind-u«lity,4«lry, 9d feaKtk, 1*4 )-ta4-CttR4t S|dtO 6d Saaon, jbmt tnaofcto* cured, tf Jd to Od Swan, fcert WVjr tad nngb, 8&-1 JUaiit best fcaod-cund, TJa to Bid Html, tnaihine cured, ?£-t ^- Si Urd, «,d u- 6d Cheat, tim quality, £d to Jijd - 4I Meond quality, 4d -to 4|d Honey, 2d to 2M HWc^perlb.,21dl»4t OaU-tkW web, Od to * Od FHir.tikt quality, per torn, £iS0a«dt*£l3l0« Fl»ar, ?ecottdttuaUty, £12 S* JAtiie, per huabel, new, 2« 4d to & 8d Wbe.t, 3-0dto4»6d Oh.fl, pei ton, £3 lOitti to £i Oi Od Bat-lay, C«pe, 3* Od to 8« 8d Rye gra* ieed.pn bush., 4a Od to 6a-6d Cookifoot grata teed, per bush., »? to 9* 6d Br.n,Yjito84 ;?:???. '; Pollud, 74-1 to 8iJ Oata, ared, 2a 8d to 2t lOd OmU, feed, 2» ,6d to 2i 94 Onion*, per ton, £14 Oi Od to £18 Os Od. M«adow Hay, £6 81 Potatoes, £7 108 Od to £8 ...

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

KCNICIPAIIT1 OF CAMPBEIiXiTOTTN. Tenders fob tub Supply of M-etal. . fpENDERS will be reoeive4up to 8 p.m. on -L THURSDAY, 25th inst., for the.Sup ply of 150yds. of 'GREY METAL, broken to. a 2£fn. guage, and stacked where directed. The lowest or any tender uot necessarily ac cepted. For further particulars apply to the tinder signed. ALEX. MUNRO, Council Chambers, Council Clerk, Caraubelltown, I5th Aug., 1898. - HCHdPAlITT OF CAMPBELtTOWN. Tenders fokCulveet. npENDERS will be received up to 8 p.m. on ?*? THURSDAY. 25th met., for Removing and Re-building Fifth-class CDLVEET oq Menasgle Road, -near Cobill's gate.' The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. ??...., For farther particulars appjv to undersigned. . ! ; ' ''^ ALEX. MUNBQ. . Coancil Chambers, ~ Council Clerk. Campbelltown, 15th Ang., 1898. \Wli\ SALij SALE! A^ GREAT _^ CASH JDISCOUNT CLEARANCE SALE ?\ttlje Red Flag Store. The whole of my Drapery Stock to be cleared 4at a REDUCTION of 10 per cent., to make room for ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

CoKqasQAiioti/Ui Cbuech. Sunday Services : Horning at II ; evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Communion : First Sunday in tbe month at morn ing service. Bpeciaf service to attract those who attend no church — Yonng men in particular : Last Sunday even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Sanke/'e hymns. Sunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and fiieDds ? of scholars are invited: First Sunday afternoon in tbe month. Religious Instruction at Public School : Every Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Class for young men and women : AHernsti ' Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at close. - Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 u'clork on the Wednesday evening bef..ro Communion Sunday. ' Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcbdiu at 3.30 o'clock. Mr, SkBtritt and Be». G. A. Ravta, B A., alternately. Service on alternnte Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. - ' ''' Rev. G. A. Rates, B.A.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Roman Catholic Church. Sunday: First Mass, S.80 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Bbv. J. Ddknb.

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

MONEY TO LEND. At Lowest Current Rates, in Large or Small Sums, upon Country Properties, Freeholds, C.P. Lands, etc. Second Mortgages Entertained. Equities of Redemption Purchased. Interests under Wills Purchased or Ad vanced upon. O^Assistance given to enable persons to Fnr - chase, build upon, or improve their hold ings. HEXKY S. HAEDEIJ, Solicitor, Post Office Chambers, 114a Pitt-st., Sydney. TlieBIfrSEO¥isG0ra&, Iq its own Special Train, and trill Exhibit CAMPBEIiliTOWN. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26fch. FirsT and only appearance of PROFESSOR D. M. BRISTOL'S CIRQUE and EQUES CtURICCMIM OF PERFORMING ANIMALS. Note the. Prices : Dress Circle ? ... ... 3s Stalls ? 2s PIT ? ONE SHILLING Derwent & Tartar F.&M. &8SDEANCB CO. ' — Established 1838. — \TBS. B. HUME W0ODHOUSE has .-'?- been appointed Agent lor Campbell to wo and District for the above Company, (and is now prepared to reeuive proposals for Insuranoe against fire, of all descri...

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Bristol's Great American Cirque. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

Bristol's Grot American Cirque. Or nil the -shows that have from -iime to time vUited,'Darn|-hi!llt(iVviil piiliaps lbs most note mofdtj is that «ik1i «jl) iitrii ii« huge watet f Mw tents in onr town tin lfnday, Aiikiisi 27th, for one mjght oi,1\, Professor Bnsi.,1'^ &tnenosD Circus arnyotl tn Ansl/Aiia numli, ^nd lias l-eeli attonlrd o ^irilliant nteptiuu «|ri-r^irhero lie haBj-xliibited 4iie -t?-mderfiil on Jtcrlainmciit Ihroagliout the loicinics BcBides. the marvrllous troupe nt perlorniing hnrsct, ponies and mules, coder thn cqhlrol of their bwner-ahd sduoator, Prut 0. M Qrmbil, the' fcingnf ^l-^burse «Dd -ffoihinl ^Miners, Ihew Will ^paoV-i— Tiic Bros liBtave, Enrnpead ec^pntrjques and'CootoruonlHi f rnui tlio prtn eijjkl «iroase« of 12nr-ipe; Aogiisl Roland, £iug of the Wire, from Englor's -Circus, Lon don— Ibu only arust in the world that does a complete set by slide-balancing: Tom-Toru, 4he famous clown and jester, from Sangvr's Grfat English Circus, Liverpool, Etig...

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

OXC, - - .«' LADIES I TUB Pill 11 1l!i!)VI;)l, FASCINATING, ' BEWILDERING ^-YARIETY_- IK CHECKS, STJRIPES, SPOTS, BROCADES, 'Which are all to lie worn this sea* son, ladies. 2a 16s THE DBESS,8 YDS. LAWN TENNIS SHOES. LADIES', CHILDREN'S, GENTLEMEN'S. DRAPERY and CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM, ' ! REEVE'S {NEW BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST., ^ CAMPBELLTOWN ^ AND SYDNEY. . Under New Management. ROYAL ^ HQTEIi, GAMPBELLTOWN. t r. xxo-3-usk.zor PROPEIETOE. Excellent Accommodatiun. Finest Beer. Purest Spirits. Comfort of Visitors Specially Studied. — AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE — S. J. STANLEY, CAHPBEIXTOWN, IS now prepared to conduct OUT-DOOB SALES in any part of the district. S.J.S. having an extensive knowledge of stock and farm and dairy produce, constituents may rely upon gelling the highest pos sible values. —WINTER STOCK MISSES ^CLIFTON; General Storekeepers, etc.,' ' QUEEN STREET, CAMPBELLTOWN, . Have opened a large assortment of Winter Goods. Homespuns, Serges, Tartans, ftc. A fnll range of Fan...

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

ilt is estimated that the war has cost the United States fully £30,000,000. 'Through the derailment of a train, tea «- oursionists from Paris were killed add forty in jured. ? . Parliament was opened yesterday by commis sion. , ?'?''? Annie Filzpalrick was bnrned to death at Lambton on Monday through her clothes catch ing fire.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

BIRTH. McGLYNN. — On August 11th, at her resi- dence, Queen-st., Campbelltown, the wife of Joseph McGlynn of a daughter.

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