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

THEY CALL IT A MIRACLE! Doctors give him up! Hospitals discharge him INCURABE! A DARK AND GLOOMY PROSPECT! A RAY OF SUNSHINE and a PERFECT RESTORATION. (nT OCR SPECIAL BEPORTEB.) What is locally Considered a Miracle has lately been performed at Silver Water, sometime* called ' Ibbettown,' so many Ibbetts live there, a prettily nituited village near Auburn, and about 10 miles from Sydney, on the main suburban line. Nfews of the tierfecV«»tor»Uon of health to Mr. Willitm Ibbett having got abroad, wo dispatched one of our reporters to the district to institute a searching investigation into the cue, and find oat The Absolute Truth from Mr. Ibbett and the neighbours, who appear to have made the case one of general intereit iii the neighbourhood for some time past, for it has boen a daily subject of conversation amongst the many people acquainted with the particular*. The reporter could not make the peoys he questioned understand which member of the Ibbett family he wanted to see till ho...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Drowsiness, Giddiness, Costiveness, the result of Influenza, Clements Tonic effected a perfect cure, and now he will take no other remedy, so 6ays Mr. William Taylor, Commercial Travel ler, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, N.S.W* who writes on June 3rd, 18% :— Some time 6go I was very ill with influenza, brought on by overwork and worry ; in fact, I was more dead than alive. I could not eat, my sight was impaired, and I was also affected with . drowsiness, giddiness, and costiveness. Re turning from business one evening, I chanced to meet a friend who asked rae what was the matter. When told, he advised me to try Clements Tonic, so I went and (ought a bottle, and before tea I took the first dose, and another the next morning before break fast, and I can assure you I felt an improve ment;' therefore I gained confidence, find contiuued until I had finished the'' bottlp, when I Jelt perfect, nnd since then I take nothing else when out of sorts. I have Recommended it to many people since, with...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Wise arid Otherwise. Doubting minds will ever bring a swarm of demons. Evil is most dangerous when it looks most like good. A woman with ja three-inch tongue can slay a giant. Patience is the rope of advance ment in all lines of life. Laughing helps us through the world ; crying keeps us back. A million dollars in gold cannot buy a meal for a hungry heart. The most substantial glory of a country is in its virtuous great men. Tolerance is the admission of the right of other people to hold wrong views. A man won't save his soul by paying pew rent and neglecting his grocer. When the world dissolves, all places will be hell that are not heaven. Many a man will fight you if you kick his dog, but lets his wife chop the firewood. ., It is moral cleanliness that is cf1^^tg^odBne|LB— ffioL^shed^sdi To know that which before us lies in daily life is the prime of wisdom. — Milton. - It is less dangerous to slip with the foot than with the tongue. Let this be remembered. Many a man whose pleasu...

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

4 ?* 11 -Si fills .S S all lidf WE ABE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^^^^^^^P*^ nilllAft 2 '/ and aU kinds of PIANOS, § Musical Organs INSTRUMENTS f-^r^^%'^Ti Vj M AUSTRALIA. Wk buy for tashWthe .Factories! This is 'the reason we -can give our Customers such good value, at least - ? ' bo per *nt. less.jKan other Houses. We guarantee all bur Tnstrumeiits and exchange free of cost if Customer%3t%a^ftied.T' We have been established in Sydney 50 years And our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and ^«t selected stock of high-class goods. ? If you send y&Ur: order by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though- you were personally present fo select. Catalogues sent post free on appHcation. Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD,, ? : — ; — ????? - ':' . — - ?. f§jV, ??..'/.:?' . .-..?- The Queers Diamond Jubilee ^ DISTRIBUTION ^ FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. 86,000 SHARES AT 5 EACH. ' . Value, let Prize— Sh...

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The Heathcote Miracle. FURTHER PARTICULARS. HEATHCOTE (Victoria), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

The Heatheote Miracle* ; FURTHER PARTIOTJlABS. Heithcotb (Victoria), Monday. Further particulars of the niiracje. lately performed in this township hare been made pnblic. .Ttie greatest enthusiasm prevails orer the (natter, and Mrs. T. J. Thomas— the ven tral figure — has been heartily congratulated by all who knew her. On account of the tremen dous interest taken in the lady by the public, our representative called upon her. 'Good afternoon,' said Mrs. Thomas in a pleasant voice to ns as we eutered. Mrs. Thomas subsequently verj kindly placed the whole of the facts in our possession. ' Until a 6hort time ago,' said the lady, ' I had 'not known for 40 years what permanent relief from pain was.' How greatly Mrs. Thomas suffered from rheumatism, repeated at tacks of influenza, enlargement of the liver, and inflammation of the kidneys is vividly shown by her remarks. ' I am over 74 years of age,' she ooutioned. ' It was, as near as I can remember, in '57 that I had my first attack uf r...

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

6ANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRAl T— Voder the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con sul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March -14th, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 1863. Acknowledged by Medieal Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. . In order that there crude oils may not be taken' for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divi sion of the Prussian Government !o be of perfectly pure origin, ~b» per information forwarded to us . through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tef U made by the Medical Clinics of the Universiti' s of lonji and Griefswald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. Schlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the ...

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Social at Ingleburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Social at Xngletarn. On Wednesday evening last a 'surprise' party, organised by Mrs. Scott and Miss E. Marsden (of Liverpool), proceeded to- Ingle burn, where they were joined by a few local residents, and visited ' Iegleburn House,' the residence of Aid. Collins. They were warmly welcomed by the surprised host and hostess, and no time was lost in unpacking hampers laden with necessities incidental to such occasions, as well as placing the resi dence in order for the projected festivities. Dancing proved tbe chief attraction of the programme, and, interspersed with parlor games and vocal music,' was indulged in till midnight, when an adjournment was made to the supper tables, where a tastefully laid out repast was served. After supper, ths festivities were resumed and continued till daylight. A most enjoyable time was spent, and the affair proved an unqualified success. Tim company included, besides the Collins family and the organisers of the party, Mrs. Bruton, Mrs. Whitehouse, Mi...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Saturday, Aug. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Saturday, Aug. 27. Butter.— The fall to lOd on Monday failed to hold the market This quotation aoon became nominal, es sellers were cleariDR choicest brauds at 9d to 9Ji, consequently then was no alternative but to lower values on Friday to export price, viz., 9d per Ib. The shipping season bis thus opened three weeks earlier than in any' previous year. Cablegrams from London are desponlmt in tone, and predict that the market will open at lo w values, but it is too eaily jet to forecast, aud we piefer to await later confiimation. ? . Bacon, — Heavy cupplits, with a' quiet demand at late rates. Hams.— Plentiful, with dull sales. Cheese.— Short supplies with a good enquiry for mild eorls. Old and inferior bard to quit at satis factory prices. Lard.— Fair supplies, with good Bales. Eggs.— Vi ry heavy supplies with a good demand, and selling freely at Quotations. ? Poultry.— Prime lols scarce : others plentiful and. : ?? : -^ :^tie-^taSftiSE^inu^Wlve, wttH'iosd en'...

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Ingleburn Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

' ^leTrara Mwicijal Cqttiwil. Th« usual monthly meeting «l Ae *--«* oounoil wa» held on Tuesday, 28rd instant. Preieot— Aid . VVhitebouse (Mayor),* Barff, Collins, Jjivin^Bton, M.'lnnes, and P«roival. The minutes ol.jjrexjjasflieeting were, read and adopted. ' ! . * . :; * ; .'? : '.:'?.'. rsspBCTOB op soi^airoBB; l^J'iir The resignation of the inspector of BU»s anoes was laid upon the table to be dealt with: ':,:~': '-? .'; ?:.-.. ' ?. .:.iT . .?.?-? AW. Perci?alinoved,-^'- That the thisplts of this council be accorded Aid. Livingston for tbe ablempd effioient 'manner in which he had carried *ut the duties, ind that the same be placed on the records pf the council.' ? Aid. M'Innes seconded the motion, aud said that Aid, Livincstou had fulfilled the duties of inspector of nuisances w?th satis faction to the council and the ratayayers. Tbe Mayor, in a. few remarks, said that lie received the resignation with regret, but they could not espnet Aid. Livingston to carry out the duties an...

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

The Highwayman Fled. f ooItad (presenting pistol) : ' Fork over your rhino, and be quick about it !'' Near-sighted Editor of Literary News : '? I beg your pardon 1' ' No monkeying '? Perduce the blunt !' '? Pardon me, J do not exactly apprehend IIib drift of your ? ' '? Cheese your putter ! Part up yer oof.' ?' I nil) totally at a loss, my dour sir, to ^revive (he relevancy of your observations or to ? '' ?? Clap a stopper on your gob und jvlmuk Up.' ' Is there any peeulinrity in the external Seeming of my apparel or demeanor, sir, that impels you, a total stranger, lo ? ' ?' Once more, will you part up?' 11 My friend, I confess my utter inability to giilbiT any coherent idea from tlio frag mentary observations ynu lime imparted. There is something radiantly irreconcilable and incnpnblit of correlation in the \ocabu )nriet with which ivo entlca vor to make thn reciprocal or corrnspondontial interchange of ? our itlens intelligible. You will pardon me if I suggest that synchronisatio...

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A Lady 80 Years Old Cured by Bile Beans. SUFFERED FOR FORTY YEARS. DISCHARGED FROM A HOSPITAL AS INCURABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

[?] bisdHAttaKDraoM A Hospital ABlNCOB»ni.n FnOM time to time many wonderful cures lihve been pla ed 10 the credit of Bile Beuus for Biliousness, we have now to chronicle the luUrvelluus case of »a old lady of 80 suni Uiers, who has suffered the most excruchting kvony for the past forty years. Her name is Mrs. Bridget M'Arney, of Gibson-street, . Bovrden, Adelaide, where a reporter of the Adelaide ' Advertiser' interviewed her ou Monday, June 20tU, 18S8. Mw. M'Arney is a typical daughter of the ' Emerald Isle.' She has lived at her present address for bearly nine years, and in the district for 17 yean, and in very widely known. 'Tell you the story of my illness ?' she said, in response to » preliminary question I ' certainly I will, with pleasure.' ' Well, ubout forty, years ago I became Very ill. I suffered from severe pains in the head, chest, and stomach, and used to haw bad fits of retching, and always, on getting tip in the morning, had a bad taste in my mouth. I could not enjo...

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

The Campfoelltown Herald WITH 'WHICH IB 1NOOSPORATED THB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 81, 1888.

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

Wem.*tam Chdech. September -— Mr. B. Proctor at 3 Sunday Jchool at 10. JO a.m.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Bourn Oatbouc Ohvbbb. Sunday; FirttM»M,S.-SO».m.l JMond Mm, 11 Holy Say. of Obligation : ' Mm, « a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. ? ;. , . Bsrv. J. Xtanra.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—Sr. PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

, CHCBCH SERVICES. ; CmOEWI Ot fenQLiltD.-Bt. P*«fc i. «u»d»T :«errk*t : Morning »t ». truing »t 7 in ;?-»!?:? milK^.tOiflliMqa«: '.^ .?./ ?;???; Holy Co»ouaoa:.Fit«t8una*rln the jnontl. at a- morning ««vioe| 3rd Sui.diy, 7.«S a.m%', 'cert \s in the mon'thi ot lane, July, and. Auguiti On ^OjisstoiiU, « annduncw). .: - --' ' T*%fln*su--? Berries «t 7.80 p.m. ? -choir pt.oUoB ' .Friday : 'short service it^.«- p.i.,»n(i Bible '???''?? Claia. ' ' -'--i ' ;iv' V:»- -,-=. .:-?':- ' ;- ' ' - :.? ' ' ' : ' ? '- --»?*. t; waixw.

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

PBcsuiraaua Chdeoh. Sunday morning at 11. evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Keligious instruction, publio school. Thursday, 7.80' p.m. — Prayer meeting and ohoir practice. The Minister may bo seen at the Manae on Friday evenings, 7—9. Bet. D. Mooae, B.A. Kav. B. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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

Wedderlram. A correspondent writes : ' The trustees and tmilding committee of ihe Uuion Chnrch to be erected here met on Friday night at the post office. Present — Messrs. Bucktront, Swann, Baker, Gibson, Soohin, and Knight. Mr. W. R. Bucktrout occupied Ihe chair, Mr. J. Bwanu acting as secretary. It wait decided to com ' raence the building at once. The following are the names of collectors who have lists, and wbn will be glad to receive donations : Mesdames. Tate, Wood, Swann, and Bucktrout. It is, hoped the Eigh'i-hour Day will be availed of for the opening.' ,

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

CONOBSOATIOHAI CHUBOH, Sunday Service* : -Morning at II ; evening at 7 In wmfc r, 7.8- in summer. Oommanloir: First Sunday in tht month at mom-. BpecIaUerrice to attract thote who attend na church —young men in particular: Last SondVy even ing in the m-nth. Short, bright, interesting addiMt. Sankey 'a hymn*. Sunday -School ; Every Sunday afternoon, at 3. 'Singing Banday,' when parents and fumds of scholars are invited: first Sunday afternoon in the month. Kaligjotts Instruction at Public School ; Every Tnebday morning at 10. Bible Claw for young men and woman : Alternate 'Wednesday evenings at 8. Choir practice at dose. . , . . v Eegular Monthly Church Meeting: At 8 o'clock on the Wednesday evening before Communion Sunday. Bervice every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Skerritt ana Bev. G. A. Raves,' ^B A., altcrnatelj'. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raves, B.A.

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

Miscellaneous Hems. For affections of the '.chest and Iflngs, uee Whyte's Anti-Cough. , Thirteen tons of pntrid liver were seized on Saturday at some meat extract works iu, Lon- don. ' -i ? A young woman has died st West Maitland, from blood poisoning, caused by a scratch from a rusty tin. ~~ A servant girl at Captain's Flat on Satur day, while rummaging in an old box, found 115 sovereigns. During a thunderstorm at Foggia, Italy, 18 persons were killed through the collapse of a building in which they had taken shelter. At Sydney, a George-street shop employee - was fined £2 and costs on Monday for selling margarine as butter. The proprietor of the shop said that nearly* the .whole of his sslos were to restaurants. Sir George Dibbs is loyal to his old col- . league, Mr. Lyoo. He exhorts the Opposition to accept Mr. Lyne as leader, and he mentions that Mr. Barton should -ake his place as an humble member of the Opposition. But then, Sir George is an anti-Federalist. Mr. J. H. Carruthe...

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Give Up and Go to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

:;^J^'^ailSSW3e4.r ?? {From Evening News, Sydney). The joys of life *re.|w comedies, . .:- ::-:.. -4; MisoryJn the bnckisnota'c'omtdyrr-yoado ,, not laugh.' Ul ; v ~^$& ^?fei.'v^ii.rv : -:± :?: :rJ- '? It's b traseav.-M)r mav be. ^ O?,,.-J , ?/ ? .,1. . A family ore a row otiWcks.s;^v,.;: ..-;?.. Knock down the first one.t the head of Iho fatotljr,:.j--''.^ ::*;::-^'.fr-V -^ .??.' '' .'.-:,:. And the reBt are carried down with 4jim, ; . .--' -''-? ' ^e'm^iip0^}~^ematii:foae.\ .: ?'. ', r ;This3s aotiDomeay;-- J r;-v ':?%?' . ^ ?'??' w;...v.;-- JSTot pleasant to think about, ^v v ;f ' ^W But it's tmp, lime, time, tinie and again. P4o|-le hide' their misery,-— do not want you . . .tiji&owlpf jt.^'' ? ;-:^.;f i v :;.' -; '. .; .' ? ? . :.- ..: \ ., . ' : . A lame back has been a tragedy often. . Lame back means kidney disease. Kidney disease means, can't work. N.o work means distress, yery.'very often; You've read a great deal about lame back. In fact you are tired read...

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