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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 24 August 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN LAWN TENNIS CLUB. A most successful and enjoyable ball, given by the matrons of the above club, was held in the Town Hall on Friday evening last. The hall was prettily and tastefully decorated, and the music excellent. A most templing supper was provided and arranged by the lady members of the club. Nearly fifty couples attended,   including visitors from Sydney, Camden, and Narellan. The onerous duties of M.C. were carried out in an efficient manner by Mr. H. J. Witts. Some handsome dresses were worn, the most notable bring those of Mrs. Kidd, black velvet with heliotrope silk bodice; Mrs.   Gore, black and red brocaded satin; Mrs.   Loney, pale pink silk, trimmed with chiffon;   Mrs. Foster, light blue crepe de chine, draped with cream lace and cream roses; Mrs.   Clissold, blue silk chiffon and roses; Mrs. Water-   worth, black silk and jet; Mrs. Sullivan, green   moire silk, b...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Tuberculosis. THE MEAT WE EAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Tubereulosis. The Meat We Eat. For his untiring efforts to detect diseased meat that from time . to time finds its way to tjjie n)arkets of tbe city, and to prevent its con Bumption by an ignorant public, Inspector Baker, of tbe City Council, deserves the thanks of the whole community (says the Daily Telegraph). Ou Saturday, at the' invi tation of Mr. Baker, a representative of the Telegraph inspected no less than six diseased .pigs, which had been taken to the Central Police Court, with a view to their condemna tion. The animals, which bad been seized by Mx. Uakcr on Friday afternoon, were lying length wise in a cart in the yard outside the court, land they were ill suffering from tuberculosis. The disease bad reached a very advauced stage, and as it lay revealed to the naked eye it pre sented a most putrid and sickening appearance.' , And yet it was these kernel-like substances that, in days that are fortunately passing away, people regarded as ' delicacies I' How many 'Heaths the...

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Anglican. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

.?i:' ''??' ': ' -? .'C AjjwiiflBji ?-''?' ik.Jlij^m^J#J*M *t-Bt, Peter* Deotory^ tiw^i^*?;** T«esd»-, ,2?rt| inst., ,*-( lie purpose of 'eleotiug a synodsraan, in tbe Ifcwslof IB. p. XJosj, Esq ireslgnsd, ljp repre? Vent '|he , parish in the 1Kb. synod of the diocese of Sydney. -Ehere;#^rf present— «teJSwt6r(Eov.iT. V. Alkin)I« the chair, Messrs'. %-3. Bnrnell,;F.jL.lFo^tier; $t?i0. ford, -en., H^T. SVitte,: S._*Snifcrd; junii V'Tlie^^dired declaration- having been Mgned by those preMnt.th^ chairman aekecl for BominauonB. ????'..' -;~v.-. ???:?-, ?, ?;???-%;,. *j..Mr. Burnell moved, And Mr. Foster (secon ded,— 'That Mr. Ja.iM; O'ArcyJrvinB, B.A... lie chosen as- evtiodBtnan.- 'vice Mr. iCox, resigned.' -,.?:?'.., ?:.. . -.'? 'V' ;':?;' ' There being no other nominations, ihe chairniau declared Mr. D'Arcj -Irvine elected. 'f~ The meeting ttyen terminated .S. ?

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How to Manage a Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Sov to Manage a Man. How is a woman to manage a man ? Flatter and fondle as much as she can, Gammon and grieve when her cooking's amiss ; Bid. him good-bye with a lingering kiss. Welcome him hack with expressions of glee, Smile all the time he is taking his tea ; Laugh at his jolics, though she knows them of old, . ? , Never rcplj when it suits him to scold. Bear half of his troubles and all of her own, - Reprove him at times'— in n worshipful tone ; Preserve her good looks till her figure grows stout, Then gently and ienderly peg herself out. Leaving hfm free in new bachelor life To rnaudlf, at times, o'er the loss of his wife j Her tombstone recording. 'Hero lie's Mary Ann, Who died of the effort to manage a man.' All first-cluss storekeepers Keep Whyte's Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to those using Anti-Cough. The pigs condemned at Sydney on Saturday, several of which were consigned from tbe Cam den, Mennngle, and Picton districts, are sai...

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Danger in Tinned Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Danger in Tinned Fruit. Open a tin of peaches, apricots, cherries, or other fruit — for all. fruit is acidulous — let it stand for some time, and the fruit asidg and the tin are ready to do their work of poisoning. A chemical kuowledge that tells just how the dangerous compound is created is unnecessary to an avoidance of the peril. Tiie rule to fol low is never to niako lemonade or other acidu lated drinks in a tin vessel, or allow them to stand in such; and in the case of tinned fruit or fish, upon opening the tin immediately turn the contents out on an earlhcuware plate, or in a dish that is made of earthenware or .glass. Fruits in hermetically-sealed tins, if rightly prepared, germinate no poison. As soon as opened, the action of the acid on the tin, with the aid of the air, begins, and in a short time the result is deadly poison. This brief treat ment of the question should be remembered by everyone, and its ?ms.lriictjojis followed.,

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The French Pedestrian. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Tie Frenofc Pedestrian. M. Henri Gilbbbt, the Frenchman who is Working round the world for a wager, returned to Campbelltown on Friday last, and at about 2 p.m. set out on foot for Sydney. It will be remembered that on his arrival here from the south, M. Gilbert went on to Sydney by train, so that he was obliged to return to Campbell town and cover the distance on foot. On his taking train for the metropolis on the first occasion, many were inclined to distrust Gil bert ; bnt his action in returning to Campbell town and walking on, goes to show that he is '' playing for keeps.'

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Hard Work and Easy Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

, Hard ^Tprfc aad Easy Work. TttCRS vu* time Verjr- J»tely wheo Hi. Donito .Araiildi iouhd it hud to kuep up. with ins work. KotthU there wan more to be done thon ububI, but he didt't feel like worktn' at all, He was dull. He hid no'elge. If he could have effordod it he »o«ld'httv6 knocked ofi altogether. But there'* whersit is.- Those of «b who miut work when we *re *harp, must keep on working when we are duU. ?JiweMit) oblige*. ExpennBB keep -m,-and «o WK imustkeepon. __ .'/ '-4---.. .-?. ?.'??.?' '??'.??. ?';.?? ?. -J j Dfi»i, dear, what a thing it would be if we Wire j«lwayr right up to the mirk-^esUng, sleeping, aud [working 'WithifelUh. Wemi){ht not hiive money to huir. even ih«n, hut we aliuuld have some to save. yfrU lef- hear Mr. Arnold!. '': -«|AVE«»te-' 18»Bj'Jh« b.jb, « I hegsnto^eel as if » cloud had ico'me over me. 1 was weuc, low, end tired. My tonguewsa'thickly coated, and my mouth kept fi.Hng »ilh » .thick, Jough phlegm. I ©oultl eat fairly Well, yet my lood «eenlBd...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Eailwfty lafcxmatitfc. 8YDNEY-CAMPBBI»l.T0WN TRAIN SERVICE. VTeek-aijr Ser»iw: ; - \ \ -? L»¥eSjdi»j.---;-y.. AOTto^own. %^ 9.30 tun. MW9«.m. vS$ 10.35 ' ?-?' *!*&?? ' ? i.80p.m. , S.0rp.m. t 5.15 / ? |08 t 5.18 6.48 6.50 8.23 t 9.00 9.M U.30 l-*0 ??m- Saturday* (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 908 *-«n« 1.55 p.ta. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 8.28 6.10 ? 7-17 Lenve C'town. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.48 ».m. 600 «.m. 7.35 8-46 8.89 9-88 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2-05 3.88 448 4.00 6.44 8.83 1012 Sunday Servict : ?- Leave Sydney. A.rri« O'town. 9.40 a.m. 11.05 «.m, 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 . 7-15, 9.00 9-59 9.30 H°l Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. «10 a.m. v 7.85 9-14 12.3O p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 f Satnrdays excepted. ? Mondays excapted

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Tenders for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Tenders for Boadwork Fbesb tenders for work on the undermen tioned road were opened by the Resident Engineer at Campbelltown on Thursday, the 18th inst., at jT-p.m. :— Contract 1/98-99.— Footbridge, ;Douglas -.'? Park-2rqssirig.-- -*-4 '??;. * ^ J. Taper...,...;.......... ? £1M7- 0-' J. P. Murphy ? 24 0 0 J. H. Windsor ? 24 12 .0 J. Doust ? 25 10 0 Jos. Teddiinan ? 65 2 0

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A Stolen Secret. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

A Stolen Seowtv , ?;,-»;???? ' ? ? ? ^^7 * .'? '?' --if-'. .- *.*:.???.? TfiK hutory of cast steel presents a ^un^Us instance of a tiecret stealthily ohtairfefl ilin|ler thecloak of anappeaV W phiian'tbVopy, In 1760 there lived at At^reliff a ?watohmaVcr named Huntsmau. He iJecatne v4i68atufiBd wilti the walch springs in'uee, and set hini self to the task of Waking them hpmejRiie ous, Ue succeeded ; Vis steel became famous, and about 1770 a large muatifHCtoyjf of this peculiar steel wai eatabluhed -at;~AUereliff. Tiie process 'was . Wrapped Jn mystery, fMth ful men were hired, high wages paid,' aiid striiigent oaths adminiiitered. One oiidwin ter night, aB the tall chimneys of the fAtter cliff steel works blenched forth their smoke, a traveller kuooked at the gate. It wati bit terly cold, and the stranger awakened no suspicion. Moved by motives of humanity, the foreman let him ill. Feigning to be ^orn out with' cold, the fellow sank upon the Boor and soon appeared to be asleep. That...

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

CAMPBBLLTOWM-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. Leav« CtowD. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7-35 ??-»? 8 60 3.25 10.55 I1-35 i t 8.38 p.m. 418 p.m. ? 6.50 '7-25 . ^ Leave Oamden. Arrive U town, t 6.50 a.m. 7.25 a.m. 7.55 8-80 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. S.80 p.m. t 5.50 6^0 | 7.50 8^0 t Sat'days only. ? Sat'days excep'd. \ Moa_ ; dajsonly. \ On Sat'days, leave Camden 7.55 P-«- ? . j Passenger Pares, between Sydney and G'town : ? Single. Return. Hoi. Bxn. j 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd ', Sydney... 42 2-6 6 0 3-6 5-3 8-0 ; Grille. 3-4 20 4-9 S-10 4-0 2-8 ; Liverpool. 20 1-2 28 1-7 2-3 1-S ; Casnla ... 1-8 -11 2-4 1-5 l-ll 1* j Qlenfield. 1-4 ) -9 20 1.3 V7 -11 . Mac. Fds. 1-2 -8 19 11 5 '10 , Ingleburn 10 -7 16 U ' 1-8 -9 j Minto ... -6 -4 -9 -5 ?-?» 5 Leumeah. 2 -1 '3 -2 '3 /2 ] J. Campbell, S.M. J

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The Price of Bread. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

The Price of Bread. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, ? Now that flour has fallen to £8 10s to £9 5s per ton— not £13 to £13 10s, as per your market report| of 24th instant, — I think the bakers should reduce the price of bread. Possibly they hsve not thought of the matter ; bnt they will not have that excuse after this in timation. They do not omit putting up the price on very slight grounds. — Yours, etc., ' ? Paterfamilias. Campbelltown, 29-8-'98.

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Faots About the British Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Fad* About tlw British Empire. ; The Britith havg 689 shipi of ««!' r ? v They could fir* off 7580 ^unsSt ©noe. ; : Tb» British-Indian soidiere are *gual to any uinrWtuen in^ilie #or}d. . . '??, . ?;-' .: ^ Three-iourths '6f the letters vhioh are posted- in the *o-ld are -riUen in' English and sent to pers(ini,|vho speak English. The trade of Great Britain it worth the sum of £700,000,000 a year. ?;-; Half the exports from the United States are sent to Euglatid, and for all this foool £85(000,000 is paid pearly. ?''.-'''? Thete art 230 British uiillioDnireg. The British Empire, if cut into » strip a mile wiie, would reach round the world 450 times. Tti London, within a radius of «even miles of Charing Cross, 260 mites of railways are in operation. ? Tun ground around Lombard-stNMt is sold at £2.000,000 per aore, as much m IS mil lions per acre being asked for siflall lots. The Hotel Cecil i« the largest in the world. It contains 900 rooms; it can seat 1500 penple ; two days would be...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Postal Information. Miils are despatched bom Campbelltown at 'sydne^and North, 10.16 a.m., S p.m., and 9 p.m,, Sundays ezcepted. West, 3 p.m'. and 9 p.m., Sundays accepted. SnntVi.fln.in.. Saturdays 650 p.m., Bundays 9 PCamden, 10 a.m. and 6.80 p.m, Saturday* 10 a.m. and 6.80 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same lime*a Oamden. Minto, 10.16 a. m., Bundsys excepted. Ingleburn, 10. 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepfea. Liverpool, 9 p.nw'Saturdays excepted: Wedderbum, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 1 Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m.. Sunday* excepled, Douglas Park, same time aB Picton. Menahgle, 10 a.m., SunoayB excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays fl.SO a.m., 8undaya ex. cepted.

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Letter to tb» Editor. SiB.—Will yon kiodly allow me space in jonr] valuable columns to answer a letter written by ' fair Plsj' .»'«' pnbiwbudf a -jourlsBt weeky issue. In a letter written 8y roe.andjiubiishlfl! in the Ckrapbelltown aeratd^^egL7*h,{ns.tt * 'mentioned two names in connection with the collecting for the Wedderburn-Ohoroh Fund, *tB.,'«JoM-f TMfil'nt'1 ^.wS^Wuip., ^ doing go, I committed the great error of omit ting two important names from the 'lint; : I We since heard that a collecting card was; taken, in tboflrsi instance; by Jtfrt. Bucktroat. 'f 'Sydney, and recently '-Mr*. Woodi -of this district, also took up the^ork. TI,inust oler sinnere apologies to the victims of these mis takes, assuring them that public attend lion has biteri drawn to the fact that they.; share the honors b) the very omiSBiqn of their names. Had ' F«ir_P|ay!'^carried Jiis ndm do plume into effect, and played fairly, he would; have been rejoiced to sec a correction from my own pen, as my mista...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

PBNNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces «k ' *-«°»«B town.:-Appin. Bring.Hy. BrownlowHU. Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckeraley, GlenBeld, Oreendale, Holdsworthy. Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, NoreWan, The Oaks, ttcton, rreswns, Thirlm^te.tValUce, Werombi, and Wilton,. Out side these distances the postage U 2d lwlt ounce. . . W. Wood, Postmaster.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Official Corre'spoadMioji. Thb following has been handed to us for publication : — Department of Lands, Sydney, Aug. 10, 1898. Sir. — With reference to your letter of the 29th ultimo, in which vou aBk to be in formed if any money were placed to the credit of tbn trustees of (he Appi» Falla Recreation itesprve, and,3f to, the date of payment, I have the hfiVr to inform you that tho sum of £100^-«s paid by the Treasury to tbe credit of *the trustees on the 27th June last, aDd they were advised per C, Bull, Esq , M.P.— I-ttRVfl the honor to be, sir, etc., Wm. Houston, Under Secretary. ? J. Simpson, Esq., Macquurie Dale, Appin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

You can aid your newapsper greatly by «ivin« the local paper your general printing; it you do not feel able to *un an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cwds, dodgers, billhead., ehvelopeo. .and all business punting to execute. The news piper msn needs it, end it helps topayfnrllic thous.nil «nd one hce notices _he lives voa ai,d yrur town ; but don'i «i« rt tb the travelling canvasser, who en give you no such re torn, -and ie ep riding neith r lime, money, nor brains in hclp'ng you to huild up your U'sttict. SjChe time ra»y come when a newBpa.er may live simply upon the revenue derived from thesubsenp Rons and advertisements, but m- ordinary ne»s p^per i., any ord.nary town con .xut. without auxiliary support derived from general printing. Therefore, if you w»nt a go-d ncwspnppr— cne taat will dill h«lp your low..- -?ivr it «1: vour_uiinu«(;.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

GET DR. WAlfGH'S. The day wss young and not far spent, As through the busy streets there went A yonth 7»i yet unknown to fame), . Bswing aloft the well-known name—' « DR. WAUGH'S.' His eye was bright,, his form upright ; He held bis burner to the light ; His busineis there, to advertise The Powder famed for Cakes and Pica— 'DR. WAUOiTfl.' Nor snow, nor too, were seen about, As lustily 'that youth did shout : ' If Baking Powder jou would choose, And not know which the best to 'ae, GET «D». WAU3HS.'' 11 Oh stay 1 ' a maiden saWl, ' Oh stay 1 - And Ull me ; when I oonk to-d»y \Vh»t Baking'Powder b1h.1I I tij ? ' The youth he auswered with a cry — 'GET DR. WAUail'fl.' ' Listen, friend,' an old man suid. ' My wife she does not make good bread, - ? Tho' muny powders she dutti uae.' ' The youth said,—' Powders Imd you ch«o»f , -GET DR. WAUGH'S. ' ' I'll tell my wife,' the old man crior, . And when the Powder good she tiics ; ' The bread I know will he quite light,' The youth repeats with h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

- ' . ? ',y-:O]^^AiBS^0-iF^W-*i; THE: APWV;«N^UpiiiiiiiB^ -::/-_- _ V/. ' :':? :-;.; ,': ?' ?'?''? *.~is :-??.??''?':. ?^^i;',-e^epBy^^.V^a!^-: /?U'^'' ^:' '. ''' ?'r-':. .:: W^^0^.§^m^-:, ? : ... ? -' '?.?????. -.'? i .::.-' - 'I-' :;?-;- 'I' ??? T)-.. ' '': .*.' ''': - ?;.-?- ?? '/?:-?:?? ?. ' :-r.. y\' ?-:? ?? ' . THE REMARKABLE C/Vsfe^ Al.r'REir^HAW^ - ?-' ' A *«POiiirBR^,theJr«i-'?A5£o^on ft^ss -recently paid revisit W-jB9 Paradise Street, '' -,..'? ?;' ?'; ?'-??? Lambeth Walk, London, S.E., and sought out one -or^hose jritertsttng, not 4b 'Say . , ?:?'?? BnfoSunab,'yoHn? '*'«?-; Alfred Shaw ..by jiame^-ivbo, Jiaving chosen a military ? ' career, experienced the remorse of beiny compelled to abandon it from causes over J s which he had no control. Mr. Shaw stands fine feet nine inches irt his boots, and is ? In appearance a fine specimen of the hardy, robust young Uritisher. , 'You invalided from the Army I ' exclaimed the interviewer, in astonishment. 'By your appearance, you ...

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