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The Late Mrs. Stack. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 17 August 1898

The Late Mrs. Stack. The body of Mrs. Stack, relict of the late Rev. Canon Slack, B.A., was interred in the C. of E. Cemetery, Campbelltown, on Thurs day afternoon last. The casket, which was covered by floral offerings, was placed in St. Peter's Church, where the first part of the burial service of the Church of England was conducted by the Revs. T. V. Alkin (rector of the parish), S. E. Hnngerford, M. Archdall, and F. J. Dillon. The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev. S. E. Hungerford. The funeral arrangements were conducted by Messre. Wood and Company, of Sydney, in conjunction with Mr. N. Boyle, of Campbell town. The Sydney Daily Telegraph gives the fol lowing particulars concerning the deceased lady : —"Mrs. Stack, who was a native of Ire     land, was a daughter of the Rev. John Bagot, of Fontstown, Kildare, and sister of the late Rev. Canon Bagot, of the same place. She was a very old colonist, having come to New South Wales with her husba...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

M0NEY_T0 LEND. At Lowest Current Rates, in Large or Small Sums, upon Copjitry Properties, Freeholds, C.E». Lands, etc. Second Mortgages Entertained. Eqnilies of Redemption Purchased. Interests under Wills Purchased or Ad . vanced upon. - g&* Assistance given to enable persons to Pur chase, build upon, or improve their hold ings. HENRY S. HARDEN, ? Solicitor, Post Office Chambers, 114a Pitt-st., Sydney. „- --/-»-^.^,A*4tf^f-v -?-'^?-??% -?- ? - ATTCTIOITEEES' NOTICE. (XWING to Furniture Sale J»t Minlo, T. ^-^ GAMBLE will not hold his usual .Pro duce Sale on Saturday Next, the 27th Instant. . Municipality of Ingletan Election of Auditor. NOTICE is hereby given that a Meeting -^- ' of Hatepayers will be held at the Council Chambers at 12 o'clock (noon), on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1898, for the purpose of nominating and electing one Auditor, in place of John A. Joubert, resigned, in accordance with the Municipali ties Act of 1897. Nominations must be in writing and de livered ...

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Revision Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

ae^isiojBL,pouit. A court for the revision of the eleetoral! roll (Oamdpn electorate) was held at the Courthouse, Oainpbelluwn, on : Friday last, the P.M. (Mr. MacNevin) presidiug. The following names were added ' to' the list :— -i. ifi. Blalch, Pieton^ T. O. Brain, Elders lie ; F. .Carpenter, Cftvdor; B. J. Channel I, Oamden PaTk ; W. C^pltnell, Picton ; P. Daly, Ctt'mpbelltown ; J. J. Davis, Tbirl mare ; E; E. Dobson, Picton ; C. Donnghy, CampbeU'tftwn ; . Wru. Duffy, Picton ; A. J. Dunk, The Oake ; W. J. English, JSldeislie ; W. 6. Hayes, jun., IIeraii£age, The OakB ; S. Hewitt, Appin ; E. Ivitspo, Caradcn ; J. M-Qrigor, Picton; D. G, M'Kinnon, The Oaks ; F. J. Reid, Picton ;i.J. Ryan, Narel lan; W. Suyonour, Picton; H. Scbofield, Camden ; H. W. Skinner,^ Gobbity ; Jno. Wright, Minto ; Geo. H. J&ung, Mount Bunter.-V .?....;..?'.,?? ^- . ,

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Foottall. The finfcl match id connection with the Bcrriiric Oatnden )ba-3go competition tonfc place Dt it isfl Vale on Saturday, when the jftolon rfj)re8i-i)(«- tives deteated tlio local U'**fcy 16 points in nil. The matih crtalvd mm)- iuU-rest and tit iractud a mrgc attendant e, including a umiin gent of burrackcrs from PiLlnn. yiUiiuugli the score «nggestB au easy -win for -tiie visiturij thp gJunfltosU wwgOod^oingittBt and open. JHup MjbjhVimtes battled jvcil ^guiu»'t ari^vj Jently Wi^arlbr team, that showed better coi#innlion, Ispeciolly in the scrum work. In tha SrsfJialf fhe vjBitdfa^r* pnly enccp«Bsa1 in jiblting a *[oal (rotii^ho field, at1iio!i was Ititktidlw Potter, la the Becund half, however, the scores tfaa in t-renseH by Potter ^kicking another beld goal, and Burgoss end Kelso each obtamjog a try, one of wl.Lb vm% i^urerltd tutu a goal by IbgljB —Southern Mail. s Tbb following team has been m ledted to play in the mulch, Bernuia Cvmditi Vmoti'y Uoul l)um Union, to taUe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

4 SANDER & SONS' EUG£&?Xl EXTRA' T— Under the dlstmgoUhed'SStrpn.ijfs oTHli Majesty the Ifrng^r Italy. *? per taifttgupicitlop Jnadei-y the Minister tor IBogjgrt .Afiufejuyungh ihelCon-u snlOcnenl for JWy,i«^HiH8Sfe,»il«rch 14th, 1878 Awarded ffipioma fS^eaSRterdiin Exhl - bitlon, 1S43 v&cknowledgeA by Mediasl~GU(ttcs »nd Poivertltfes »Hovei*he 41oM j- There ate imitations of 'Eucalypti E*trst!t in the riirket, -products of nimple dUtUlaitob, tanning * tfuAe resinous oils In order UiWthBte*rude -oils rosy hot be token for our pure VolMtHeTStioalypti Extract, which is,tet*gjilseai)y the Medic*! t-ivl- ?Ion «! ihe l'niMtan Government to Jbe of peifectly pure origfe- as pa information ft-ri™fde(I'-*EBl through the Consul «t Melbourne, Uuo'h&u7|/ ▼e ?tete »— ?? ' 'v * .» * ^^ It b proved. J-H(ftsgQa1l6 by the Medicalloitaic* orthejptolfHmttaipf Bonn Jtn8 Grip!pw«ld (wju »i»y,*iid reported %b by Dr.tJehinU, tiotessorot Pharmscoloiiyflt Bonn, and Professor ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

C»iBpbeU»pTrBi?.rr . Jg!'-^'*- ' ' '''- .'vl- ~'y-v- ? '. ? !,*-- P; tM^^W^R^^dWOBja^pnre^peRi : '???^?^ aJ^;ffoig|ng^ehJ|^^S;|^S^o^bg vats;; . . , - ./. MrJB;|tfnnro-«,^ilg»t«;8t, CA§pbel|tow»V ; v ; ;. W©.'4iBTi^Bt'iir,|!iliii?*n *^iUrins;^R)ur- ~ t. V '- 4 .^^''^^^ti^tia^rwitJi^o&Ur'itl^iK&'ik'^:'- -'v' «ar|fn .'^jjyp Stinutes froln statiuj^ ^iApplyV : :. Hbrald OfficejCampbelltowri. ? ; . ; 'y, ?'''?- |PO LET; 'i'hB Retreat,' Allnifln-atreet, *? Campholltdwn, Ihe residence \of il« late Mr. P. B. Hurley. Particulars, T. Gamble. ' TXTANTED;— Genera! Useful Man about ** Form and Vineyard. — C. P. Lak COMBE, BajlejrPark', CampbeJItown. Highly-Attractive Clearing-Out ' ? '? SALE ?'?'. X3f Superior Household ^Furniture AND EFFECTS. THOS. GAMBLE TTA'S been favored with instrhcUons from ?^^ Mr. Wills t(- sell by Auction, at his Residence, Minto (one minute from railway ' station), the whole of his . Sigh-Class Furniture aad Effects, on Saturday, 27th August, At 12.30 o'o...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Railway Information ' STDNBY-CAMraBttTOWH TBAXM SEBVH3E. Lewe Sydney. Arrive O'towD. 9.30 »*n. 10.49 *.m. 10.85 1*^4 , » i.iO p.«. : JB.P5 p.m. ?? ^ t 5.16 B.05 # t 6.18 6*8 €.50 - 8.23 t 9.00 9-59 11.80 1-00 6.«n. Satardays (additional) : :; 8.00 ?.m. 9.08 aun. 1.55 p.m. 3-17 tun. 8.28 S-28 6.10 m V.17 Leare 6'town . Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 a.m. 6.00 A.m. 7.85 8.46 8.89 9-*8 10.42 12.10 ji.m. 1 18.80 p.m. 2.05' 8.88 .*?« 4.00 544 8.88 10.1? Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'Jtown. 9.40 a.m.- 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9-59 9.80 11.01 Leave C'tovrn. Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6.10 ».m. 7.35 9.14 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8;30 10.05 t Saturdays excepted. ? Mondays exespted

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A Serious Subject. FOR YOU, FOR ANYBODY—SYDNEY HAS TAKEN IT UP—LOCAL TESTIMONY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

A Seriaw S«%bV JOE - TpVi ,3FOE v :.*^Bfe-BY-H5^inex' HAS TAEBN J'tT ITP^iobAX TB8TI (From Sydney 'Mowing Herald.) .;/' [ £'J fKane)a can't talk, f%ut 4f°ybil iSonV treatihemfjgiilly yon ,-friU^iir^|om1^ie|!i.^ iliis isiiow.thpy^elljon^TT. p\ ' '»;: ,;W*-V WbehjonSwDrirtoiiiBrd what follows t ?: Yon are tirad,'',*rent:y6nJS;--^'s ,';-?',*.*' ~'~; . ..'.' rlfsJiirtlWie ^toe^tk^lie .k1fltie-iL;\ : -they «et tirpd, they^iiw -? «n«p]n to :|o: 7 ;: You stoop »ver *t;Some^cpupatioq. ;;.. .'.,!''. You strain yourself ;jiftinjj£ f 'j\ : T Yon .walkiooir'ar-llfle'top Jar, ;- :;,'.;T- You call this. over-exertion. You e»ta-j . not sleep when night comes. ?Yonr hack aches. Your head aches, — often you ache all over. ... . ' . .Oh, you say, it's because I'm tired out, Now tins isn't riebt : it's because your kidneys are tired., . . They can do only so much, and the lifting, stooping, straining or exerting has retarded their action. The heart has pumped the^ blood into them faster than they can ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.S5 a.m. ' 8.50 9.25 10.55 11.85 Leave Camden. Arrive uxoiro. - % 6.50 a.m. '5 a* 7.55 8-80 10.05 1O.« 2.50 p.m. 8-80 p.m. t 5-50 JUS 1 7.50 8j8° t Safdaysoriy. ? Sat'daysexcep'd. JMon days only. | On Sat'dayB, leave Camden 7.55 p.m. ? Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'town : Single. Return. Hoi. Em. 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd SwJnev 4-2 2-6 60 3-6 5-3 8-0 S£&; 3 4 20 4-9 210 4-0 23 Liverpool. 20 1-8 28 17 2-3 1-8 C.8nla...l-8 11 2-4 15 1-11 1-1 Glenfield.J-4 -9 2-0 1.8 1-7 '11 MacTds. 1-2 -8 19 1-1 }'5 10 Ingleburn 1-0 -7 l.G -11 1-8 9 Minto ... -C '4 -9 -5 -9 -5 Lenmeab. -2 -1 -3 -2 '3 * 3. Campbell, S.M. ? -^™^—

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Bristol's Great American Circus- [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Bristol's Great American Circus. This elaborate amusement institution, which has teen touring America and the East, ar rived in Australia recently, and has been accorded a most flattering reception wherever it has appeared throughout the colonies. It lias gamed the reputation of being tho finest equipped and best talented exhibition seen in this country for years. Some idea of the magnitude of the enterprise carried on by Prof. Bristol may be obtained from the facts, that it travels through the country in its own special railway train and employs upwards of half-a-fauudred persons, including among its many special features a superior band and concert orchestra of picked musicians, under the leadership of Professor Herr T. Seweil, champion clarionet soloist of the world, who for many years was bandmaster of Sells. Bros.' famous American shows. Besides the troupe of wonderful performing horses, ponies and mules, under the direction of their owner and educator, Prof. D. M. Bristol, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

': PORTRAITS OF THE CURED I^FOTtrails^ some 1S1.S.W. Men and ^dmert : ; 1 ^f Nr Remedy ever Discovered ^ has effected so , many Wonderful Cures. Neuralgic Pains and Ansemia. The number of young girls in Australia who suffer from an aggravated form of anaemia is deplorable, and mothers should be made aware of the necessity for attention to afcose entrusted to their charge ; many a'lingeririg illness, and premature death, has been the result of carelessness in thit parifcular. Miss Cro»sthw»it, of 166 Bay Street, UltinioV Sydney, was, until latterly, 'a severe sufferer from the above-named malady and neuralgia. Her restoration to perfect health has been the theme of much comment in the district. To a reporter who recently interviewed her, the young lady stated :— ^ 'lam now nearly eighteen years of age, and until the last five months have not known for three years what it is to enjoy a night's peaceful slumber. I attribute the early stage of my illness to having caught a severe cold w...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Postal laformatioa. Mails are despatched from i3ampbelltovm as 'syrnermd North, 10.16 a.m.. 5 p.m., andJ p.m.. Sundays exeepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exeepted. South, 9 p.m., 8atnrday» 650 p.m., Sundays 9 P' Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.80 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays exeeptei. Narellan, eame lime ?» Oamden. Minto, 10.16 a.tn., Sondsys exceptefl. Inglebum, 10.16 a.m., Sundays exeepted. Granville, » p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exeepted. Liverpool, S p.m., Saturday* exceptedi Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, EScWn, 6.80 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sunday! exeepted. Douglas Park, eame time as Picton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays exeepted. Appin, 8 p.m., Saturdays 0.30 a.m., 8undaya ex cepted.

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Letter to the Editor. Sir, — In your issue of the 17th, you publish an article from a correspondent at Wedder burn, to which I should like to make a few corrections. In speaking of the proposed Wedderburn Church, although there are several lists in the hands of collectors, Mes dames Tate and Swann only were mentioned, which might lead people to suppose that they were the only authorised collectors. The' services which have been held ait the resi dence of Miss Greenwood for the past four years, were started by the Rev. Mr. Fergu son, and continued by Mr. M'Ewan, the Rev. Mr, Alkie, and others, so that it is time we made an effort to get a church of our own. Trusting you will find room for this in your columns, and thanking you in anticipation. — I am, etc., ' ? Fair Plat.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

PBNNT-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces ^following town.:-Appin. Bringelly. Brownlowai, Cam den. Oobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckenley. Glenfield, Gresndale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Inglebum, Luddenhim, Menangle, Minto. Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellan, The Oaks, neion, jrrrawu.. Thirlm^re, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances tbe postage iB 2d half otmce. ,W. Wood, Postmaster. You can aid your newspaper greatly by giviwc (he local paper your general piinting ; if you do not led able to run an advertisement, surely, you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business piinting to execute. The newspaper man needs it, andit helps to pay Inr the thonB»nd and one I ree notices he eives you »nd your town ; but don't «We it w the tt-avelUnKcanvasBer. who can give you no anco re torl! ana.' spending neithjr lime, money, nor brains in helping you to build up. your district The time may cSme when » -Bewsparer may live simply...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO- OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, August 22, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

^W&$MmM Nstifpsra: tJOAst asolwiisf ojoidbn cq &'? 'v~V -?.?'.'? .:,V. p-\Bir»NKr, 'August 2Sirl887.¥- ?' : BnttCT, orM»ert,ti«tab.rJOil , ?,. -;.'?:- ; :? r V ;;-:',,- ? toctmrjr.-Ol tb'SW'^'i. ???='-*:»??%§» '.«tK* «v*-^ fiiibon, bwt machine cured, Od to 6S ? - . H»mtVbMt*lina-cur*a,71(i*iSid H«tna, muliine cured, 71d to 8d ' . Cbecne, Hut quality, r,d to S jd '« second ln,ttiil«y,M to *fl4 Boner, ;Bd to 2^-t ; HWea, pi lb., ajd -« 44 Cslt-akina, each, Oil to 2s Od . - / JUour, first quality, pet tpSjJBjS.O* *i U £13 10* . Flour, *erond Quality, £12 *«. Mabe, per hiShel, sew, 2t 8d to B» 84 Wbeit, 3-0dlo4B«d Chlff, pet tun, £3 10a Od to £4 0* Od - Buley, Ope, 3a Od to 3s 3d ? I Hy« gra-8 «eed, p-r binh.- Ss Od to 6b 64 CockefootgraMSted, per bn§h.,9B to9«6d Bran, 7iito8d K.llard, 74.1 to 8J.1 OaU, wed, 2. Sd to 2* 10d OaU, feed, 2» Cd to 2. 9J Dniona, per ton, f 16 O( Od to £19 Ob Od. Meadow Hay, £6 5b '. , .''- Poutoe., £7 10s Od to £8 10a Od Kowli, per fwtr, 2s O...

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The Frenoh Padestrian. MONS. HENRI GILBERT. ANRIVES AT CAMPBELLTOWN ON FOOT AND LEAVES BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

';. 5^ J^ot TeliSia^ua.' *-._-. , ; .Mows. jBTimni Gilbert. - ? -^'C^N Aa»IVEB AT ^AMPBKLLTOWN OH ' TOOT ;AMj» i.: V ??? ^;'','..y».Ajr|Hi.-pjrli-Tiiii«f.^ ,-? .~$x:f»j!C' As expected, the French pedestrian, M. Henri Gilbert J-q-bb-d flp *e)yp*)y ftn Wwlnfiaay l«8r. His arrfysiWCeropbelf town was looked for by a large tmthiier of people, and during the time he remained in town he waiine ohjeot of much curiosity, linmpfliateljr npon 'entering the place ho sought the f -oBtma«ter, ana that gentle man, in n book provided for tho purpose, ioer^ fied to Uie arrival of -Gilbert -at Campbelltpffn on foot; ihe hour %e'mg 1$ o'clock ^opli). Entering Picton on Monday evening, the 15th in?t., M. Gilbert remained there for' the night, and next rooming proceeded, on his jonrn'ej?, when he fitrnck out for- CamSen. r The wjink ovbr Rozorhack was deemed a fair day's worit. so the visitor decided to rest for the remainder of the day — Tuesday. Breakfast brer next morning, M. Gilbert shook the dust o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

IP YOU Want Money, Want a Copk, Want a Situation, Want a Servant Girl, Want to Sell a Piano, Went to Buy * House, Want to Sell a Vehicle, Want to Call for Tenders, Want a Good Boarding House, Want to Sell Plant or Property, W«nt to Sell Groceries or Drapery, Want to ? Sell Household Furniture, —Advertise in the Campbelltown Herald. — Advertising will obtain new curtomers, Advertising will keep old customers, Advertising liberally always pays, Advertising makes success easy, Advertising ~ creates' confidence, Advertising is proof of energy, Advertising exhibits pluck, Advertising means 'biz,' Advertise immediately! Advertise constantly, Advertise carefully, Advertise well, ' 'Advertise now. ) THE NAKED TRUTH, A Book on tlicciiu.-r, L'lYuct, treatment, -find °ur0 of all private dl«pa't»,'wMkness orinflrmlty of man, »uch u theevil eflectn or boyish Tolly, lost manhood, ntmai dtWllt*,swrro»torrhceMmpoicnce,rtcrillty,VBriooceU!, 'c-magious dl«»* &c.. »caw or ctaron it Every mini....

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Cofcmon-senseismostuncommoii. Sorrow is healed by bathing it in tears.. Lying is not always an acquired habit. Dreams usually last only for fire seconds. . The octopus is the ugliest of all animals. Camel's milk is considered very palatable. Persian women have a great hor ror of red. The centre of a jfcrainis considered the safest. ^~ x ? -iA' Total blindness is on the decrease in the world. Wearing nightcaps is said to pre vent dreaming. , \ ~— ~- Napoleon I. slept on an average 4J hours a day. Women suffer from erysipelas more than men. Danish butter is made from sour or ripened cream. A florin in the time of Edward Mtont 8000 people in Trance commit suicide yearly. .- One pound a week is considered a good salary in Japan. One in twelve of the population of Paris are foreigners. 'The first guineas bore-the im pression of an elephant. German clerks -work 20 per cent, slower than English ones. There is a macadamised road in India 1800 miles in length. There are 7...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

' J^BHa^B^S=s^='=- *^^^3ttfTBB~j3^^^^^^^fis^5i ' '' *' 3^^^^B^^a^S^^l^B^B^Bi^-'': '-^ s-1' ISllli^H^^^^^^^^^^^^9»9mSSEMfiv-''-:^'~'4flBnBBVlaiaH^H'/- 'v; ~f. ',''?? ? - ?? !'a^BJBH^^UJ^^w^ijiMji^^^vm^uau^uuujBJj|an;S^^^^p^p^p^^dggK^^B^p^B^B^BH^-.t . ,:- '~r. WE ABB THE LABOEST .IMPOBIERS-OF ^^^^^^^p^^^T PIANOS, I^uScal^» ORCANS t Imstrumenis £-£-*--%*?% ' i& AUSTRALIA. We buy for cask, at the Factories ! This is the reason - *£?' ?????-? . ,iwe- can give iftkr*' Customers such good value, at 'least '?'' v' ': : 20'per.^pent le^s torn other Houses, . We. guarantee ; . ? all -our '^Instruments and exchange free of cost if : Customer ntit sajtisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years jand our guarantee is Suable. We have the largest and i^belt selected stock of high-class goods. If you send your order by post you can rely upon our giving the 'fame: careful attention as though you were personally;, present to select. Catalogues sent post free on application. Easy Time-...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bile Beans Again Victorious. AN ADELAIDE LADY SPEAKS IN HIGH PRAISE OF THEM. CURED OF LOSS OF APPETITE AND IRRITABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Bile Beans AbUxl Victoiions. An Adelaide .XA»y-«f«AKs in High Praise '????' OPTHBM. ? ' ' .. iCoeed of Lobs of Appktite and '? ., ?..,;; IRRITABILITY. t . -1' Mn.. Margaret Nelson, who livea in Pbillip Btreetr Wolseley (floor Jhe Croydon fiailway Station), Adelaide, is tine of the latest beneGoi ariea through the curative properties of Bile Beans for Biliousness. -Hearing of , the core, ? reporter from tha Adelaide Advertiser went to Oroydon on Friday afternoon to inquire per sonally into the case. Mrs. Nelson atoncu ex pressed perfect willingness to tell her story of suffering, which continued for thirteen long and weary years, until arrested by the use of only three boxes of the boon to thousands in Aue tralia — Bile Beans. ' Tell me,' Mid the reporter, the facts con nected with your illnes?.' ' Certainly,' siid Mr*. Nelson, ' I will do so with -pleasure. Bilo Beans have wronglit a wonderful change in dip. Thirteen years ago I took ill with biliousness and indigestion. I had pains...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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