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

But One. The night has a thousand eves, The day but one ; Yet tbe light of the bright world dies With tbc dying son. The mind has a thousand eyes, The heart but one ; Yet the light of a whole life dies ? When love is done.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED UNLAWFUL DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

'alleged dni.awfdl detention of proprrtt. This casp, which occupied the Bench the greater part of the morning, aod in which, much interest was taken, was one in which T. P. Cunningham charged Patrick Burke with having unlawfully detained one. heifer, of the value of £8. Mr. C. J. Passmore appeared for com plainant and Mr. M. M. O'Arey -levin* i^or defendant, j , :' ,;? -; . 4 : Complainant dnpnsed : On tliB 19th July I bought the heifer in question at Catnden, and took delivery of her ; the price paid was £3 18s ; afterwards defendant asked me if I would sell the beast ; I replied that I did not want to part' with it, but he persis ted, and said he would give me 5s on my bargain ; I said, ' All rigbt — give me the 5s, and go nod pay Mr. Inglis and get the re ceipt ;' he said, ' No, I have not got enough money now, but I will pay you in a few days ;' told him if he would pay any time within a week he could take the heifer ; he agreed to this, and took charge of the beast ;, about ten...

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

Thmi wa»» time very lately when Mr. Donito ?Arb-iai found it hard to fc-ep up with Us work. Nottnat there was more tote done than u*ual,bot he dldn'tteel like working -M-sll. He mi doll. :He %td no edge. « he c6uld have aflordjd it be would- ha»* knocked *-ff ^together. But there'* Where It Is. Those of as who mnst work when we ?re sharp, must Keep «ra winking when we are dull. ' Keceuityotliges. Bxpeniesditep,- on,*nd so w« snust ]Le£p on«u *-. ?':' '..'-^.stft.1.'-^; ?.::'- I Deal.'flear, wh»t*ihingtt would be If rwe were alvay* right up tothe mark— «aung, sleeping, and workingi«ith a relUh. ; We might notiave money to outr. even than, but we «hould have some to aave. VlA\ JefahearMr. ajmoldi. - ' s f? ' ? 'AtEs»tir,lfi98;'heeayB,'Ibeganto tee\ as |f a doad had come over me. I was weak, low, and tired. My tongue was thickly Coated, and mr mouth kept filling with* thick, tongh phlegm. I spould eat fairly well, ^ret my food seemed to do me no good. After etiioig Ihad a feolingoJ hea...

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SMALL DEBTS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

SMALL DEBTS CA8BS. V S, .T. Perciral v. S. Pickerjog.— 70,U-im for, £&lls 3d, goods solfl *nd djiliypred. . ? ? ? '.;Mrv'O. .T- pHSsniore for plBihUff. .'. .?'''*? \ ' . Defeudait did not appear, and a verdict was entered :for plaintiff Tor the full amount clnimed, court costB 10s Od, and expenses of two witneasea 16«. . : ? Tritfirpleader cRSfv— Mra.;' W. W; 'tiBes plaintiff, Samuel Cooper defendant, Mils' Litrkin claimant.— Mr. Jno. Long, jun., re-, presented Mrs. Lees, and «b tho other parties conenrned in the case failed, to appear, the Benvli decided in favor of the plain tiff. ' .

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

GET DR. WAUGH'Si The day was young and not far spent, As through the busy streets there went A youth fas yet nnknown to fame), . Bearing aloft tbe well-known name—' « DR. WAUGH'B.' His eye waa bright, his form upright ; ''' He held his banner to the light ; His businets there, to advertise The Powder famed for Cakes and Pirn— «DB. WMJGH'S.' Nor snow, noriee, were seen about, As lustily that youth did shout : ' If Baking Powder yon would choose, And not know which the best to utc, GET «DB. WAU3HS.1' ' Oh.stay 1 ' a maiden said, ' Oil stay 1 And tell me ; when I oook to-day What Baking Powder shall I tr; 1 ' The youth he answered with a cry— 'GET DS. WAUGH'B.' ' Listen, friend,' an old man said, ' My wile she does not make good bread, Tito' many powders nhe doth use.' The youth said, — ' Powders W you choose , — OET DR/WAUQH'8.' ' 111 tell my wife,' the old man cries, And when the Powder good she tiles ; ' The bread I know will be quite light,'1 The youth repeats with his ' goocl nigh...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Sleep, Balmy Sleep!" [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

'Sleep, Balmy Sleep!' A storv is told of in eminent bishop who was quartered at the honse of the wealthiest resi dent of a certain village while his wife was away. He is a slim man, and on this occasion, when his host inquired in the morning how he had slept and hoped he had an agreeable night, be answered with some vehemence : ' No — I did not ; I passed a very disagree able night indeed.' The bishop departed, and, when the wife of his host retnrned, she naturally inquired who had been in the house in her absence. ' Bishop P.,' eaid the husband. 11 Bishop P. ! Where did you put him to slepp 7' ' In the spare bed, of conrse.' ' Id tbe spare bed !' shrieked the horrified matron. ' Why, I put the bnlk of the silver under the mattress before I went away/' In Italy there are more theatres in proportion to the population than in any other country. Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories pnt together were nsed by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixon's Conqner...

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

The Campfoelltown Herald WITH -WHICH IS INCOHPORATED TlIE CASIPBELL TOIVN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1898.

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

Wkslevan Chuech. Aug. 28— Rev. R. Caldtretl at 3 Sunday School at 10.30 a.m.

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Campbelltown Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Oani^dlto^^^«rJ3eiirt. ' ^FnbASf0oavs^ 48.\' ?' BBfORB the police %iafiistrate' (Mr. T. E. MioNevin) and Mr: D. H. Barker, iJ.P; ,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Local and General- [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Local and General Mothers, do not neglect yonr children in time of need. Try Wliyte's Anti-Cough. Lawn Tennjs Sodn Biscuits, 7d per Ib., at my place of business. — J. Rigelsford, Camp bellPown.* ?- Mr. TI10P. Gamble will nnt hold his produce salo on Saturday afternoon next, on account of furniture sale at Minto. The Full Court holds that a debt for alco holic liquor supplied in quantities of less value than 20s is not recoverable. An advertisement appears elsewhere this issne re the appointment of an auditor to the Municipality of Inglt.-bnrn in the rootii of Mr. J. A. Joubrrr, rosigned. \ Particular ntfpntion is directed to an adver tisement in another column crmrnrning an important cl»aring-nnt anction sale, to be con ducted at Minto on Saturday next by Mr. Thos. Gamble. We regret tn hear of thn serions illness of Mr. Saronel Clarke, of Cnmpbelltnwn. Mr. Clarke's condition during the past few days has been such as to cause bin relatives and friends much anxiety, nnd yesterday he w...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Roman Catholic Chcech. Sunday: First Mas*, 6.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc, 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. ... Bey. 3. Donna.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

CHDBCK SEEVICES. Church of England. — St. Psterb. Sunday services : Morning «t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in aumrne^ Holy Communion : First SunW^ in the month at miming service ; 3rd Su»day, 7.45 e.m , «xcept in the months of Junf, July, and August. On festivals, as announced. 'Wednesday: Service at 7.S0 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Hey. T. V. Alkin.

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Leprosy in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Leprosy in Queensland. The Queensland white leper station in More ton Bay wns recently visited by two South Australian legislators, and below is given an extract from their gruesome report thereon : — ' The inmates of the hospital were eleven in number, or two more than in '9C, so that leprosy among tho white population is evi dently on the increase. But the leprosy curse is a much more widely-spread evil than ' is here indicated. It must be remembered '''*?* that there ore considerably over 100 colored lepers isolated on Friday Island, while all Chinese infected with the disease are sent bark to their nun country. There is also a white' female leper confined on -.Peel Island. The terrible disease, was to be seen in al! its stagra. The horrible miBlmpen ond distorted feature* of one poor lad were puffed up in an extraordinary manner. The fingers -ver« twisted, several toes had dropped off, and the throat was so affected that the voice was al most inaudible, with a peculiar buskinesa...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Prebbttbriah Chdbch. Sunday morning at 1 1, evening 7) and 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 Manee on Friday evening*, 7—9. Rev. I). Moore, B.A. Rev. R. Steel, M.A. (in ohnrge).

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Influence Prevalent. INCREASING MORTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

;g:-^tlffli«;:i^aaeat. ' ? INOEBASING MOETAtiTjr. OniqiAt slftlMties show th*t congiderably over ope deiith per a»y f rom influenea Is' that, it ib equally in eruleoce in tbe tister +-' - clonien our -oonlenipnraraea there disclosed Deathi frniu infliiebBa, navl, add are playing, 'no small p»rt in ?welling the mortality list. V*ry fi-ttjuently these deaibi vein the first place doe to care)e*»uesi, for the primwy c»u»e of influenza is cold in the chest and lungs. If these simple ailments^pere atten - dad to in time, the trouble would possibly end there; but cold in the lieid »nd lungs, unless carefully wftUhpij. brings on fever and debility ; {ever *nd debility lead to prostra tion and heart disease, and prostration and _ heart disease lead to— death. No wondor it is that «t eo many inquest* lately the coro ''' tier's verdict 'has been ' Death resultant from . Snfluenza.' Having explained, the afterel ? fecit of this dangerous ailnienfcj-7; have now $a chronicle, thjfc cure. Mr. Tate...

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

Congregational Cbueoh. Sunday Services : Morning at II ; evening at 7 in wmt.i, 7. SO in eammer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Specutlserrice to attract those who attend no church —young men in partioular : Last Sunday even ing in the munth. Short, blight, interesting address. Banker's hymns. Bunday School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and friends of scholars ar« invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. Religious Instruction at Public School : Every Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Class for young men and women : Alternate Wedmsday 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 st 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Sketritt and Bev. Q. A. Haves, B A., -lttrn.tdr. Mtv Q A RMe(|i B JLi

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Failure of the Tuberculin Test. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

Failure of the Taberoulia Test A moke than glaring instance of the failure of the tuberculin test occurred the other day. In view of the importance of the incident to the stock-owners of the colony, it deserves all the publicity than can be given to it. A valuable young stud hull, belonging to Mr. C. Lamond, was ' tested' twice by innocula tion with tuberculin, and ' re-acted' strongly^ each time. The owner did not believe that* the animal, which was unusually strong and vigorous, bad anything the matter with it, but rather than that anyone should be able to point a finger of suspicion at his herd, he had it slaughtered. On examination, by ex perts it was found entirely free from disease ! Forty pounds gone in one pop, through the reliance on the pseudo-science of the iunocu Iatorp. Dr Bang, who was entrusted with the stamping out of tuberculosis by the Danish' Government, has placed on record, his deliberate judgment 'that* tuberculin is unreliable. Other veterinarians, who have gi...

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A Loving Father. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

;%: 'i^C^pijf: sy&wv';, tv is tonphtagjJieibva some father* havelor their jrown-np daughters, and how; reluctant they are to part with them. Here is an «e SpunV M J% : vJBry flathwtio episode of this character:— -',, '.?_.- ? ' '? ? -? 'M ain't ererybodr fd trust my Ht«e ?«'i -SPC *'? #W«* SM«»er to the love-lorn, swain who had beo»D)e 'enamourecl of Mits SaVy Skinner, indwisma to call her from/ the loring care and shejter of the home nest The '.little gal,11 who w*s fi»e ieet olaveu inches tall in her bare feet, as*he was that moment, hid her happy, blushing face on the dear, fond old father's shoulder, and wept happy tears as lie eaid to Sally's doeply-tDoved and sympathetic young lover : :.?'.? ' - 'Yoo must take good beer of my wee birdling, Jauk. Racolleot that she's been raised kind of tender-like. Two acres a day is all. I ever asked' her to plough, arid anao.Ve of corn a day is all she's used to hoeinp. She can do light work, such as making rr.il fences, digging post...

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

When the Liver Goes Wrong the Whole System Suffers. A Bad Case. A Good Cure. (From the 'Auitralian Chritiian World,' Jvlg JM, 1898.) (by our ows mroKim.) 'Out of pure gratitude for my deliveranc* from a most serious and painful complica tion of complaints, I am willing to S've yon the whole afternoon if you wish !' answered Mrs. Cole, of 2 Purves-Btreet, Forest Lodge, Sydney, to onr reporter on his requeuing an interview as to that lady's case. 'The whole trouble,' »aid Mrs. Cole, in answer to farther ques tions on the subject, 'arose, I firmly believe, from the poison that got into my system through a deranged liver. Soon after that organ got out of order and started to work irregularly my appetite began to get very fickle and changeable. Without cause or reuon I turned against delicacies which were formerly favourite dishes of mine, and sometimes I sat down to meal after meal and rose again without .being able to «o much ai swallow a single mouthful. In the morning I invariably ha...

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

Wedding Rings. The wedding ring has remained nearly the same through all time.   The Romans made theirs of iron to es press endurance, and baser metals have been used for thu purpose from time to time since.                 But the ideal marriage token, exquisitely described by an early English poet, has not   and cannot be improved upon— it is the ring of purest virgin gold, neither too heavy, nor yet too slender. It is softly rounded over, so that there are no sharp edges, and if you suspend it by a silken thread and smite it softly it will ring out an indescribably sweet sound which no other metal gives forth. If you haven't heard this fairy-like music, try the experiment, and, having once heard the true ring of the true metal, you will     never forget its sweetness afterward ; while, for the 'posie' of the ring, no words are...

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