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Commercial. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO- OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, August 29, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

?f^WtgiS [?] : Butter, weamery,jierlb.,9d ^- - „ JarWy, 81-&fi4 ? ,—- . „ first quaUlyf4wy»«s 6Jd1o7J-l ??*-.? „ second quality, diJir}i\ «jl- v ;^,. B«»i^be«t»n»cJiini-t!-i^3','0ataSd ? ,' Bacon, ittt heavjr *nd*ougli, 6Ja ' ?? ; Hunt, beet tond-curea, 7W to 8Jd -?'- . Hame, ranohine cured, 71a to 8 J 1 hni,AfrtoMJ.: :- «t. .-??.- ' -r - . Ohee^,«ntwW.Uty,i-td4»8ja- ? { ? «ecrind quality, *d to 4Jd Honey, 2dt62ia Hidei,perlb.i2idi«4a Oalf rstnne, each, 9d to 2« Od . Flour, first quality, per ton, £13 Oa #d t» £13 10a Wbut, second quality, £12 8b Meite, per buttael, new, 2a «d to 2b 8d Wheit,3»0d4o4B«d ? Chaff, per ion, «8 ? 10i Od to £1 0- 03 Barley, Cspe, 3a Od to 3a 3d Bye grax seed, p-r bush., fia Od to 5a 6d ' Cocksfoot grass -- ed, per bush. , 9a to 9f Od Bran, 741 to 8d PoUaid, W to 8d OaU,Bi-ed,2«8dto2. lOd Oate, feed, 2o 6d to 2« 9d OnionB, per ton, £16 Oa Od to £19 Ob Od. Meadow Hey, £6 £a Potatoes, £8 Os Od to £9 Os Od Fowls, per pair. 2b Od to 3s 6d Duclu.2B6duSa...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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A confusion of Dates. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

[?] ? ^idfc't igei lioms .till yoftiniiajM} ^j^X^ii^/ Vt, Tb^ Remind for d»irj ^^:npl^1i? norlhr . vfarroeri are takihig; fllianjM.lierl;: rli. ^-- i

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Death of Mr. S. Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Death of Mr. S- Clarke. Mr. Samuel Clarke, who was reported in our issue of last week to be in a serious state of ill-health, died at his resilience, Allman-st., Campbelltown, early on Thursday morning last. For some years past Mr. Clarke has suf lered from an internal complaint, though not to such an extent as to incapacitate him, and it was not until a few days before his death that be was compelled to take to his bed. Deceased, who was 65 years of age, was well known in the district, having been a resident of Campbelltown for some thirty or forty years. He occupied the position of librarian to the local municipal council for some time, and on Thursday evening the Mayor (Alderman D. H. Barker) visited and offered to Mrs. Clarke and family the sympathy of the aldermen. The interment took place on Friday afternoon in the Church of England Cemetery. Messrs. Gee and Fowler being the undertakers.     For hacking '6r whooping cough use Whylo's Anli-Cough. A gir...

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Fatal Accident at Glenfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Fatal Accident at Glenfield. Hector M'Kinnon, a well-known resident of Glenfield, was brought to town (says the   Liverpool Herald) on Wednesday evening last by the 9 o'clock train in a critical oondi tion. He was conveved to the asylum and received medical attention, but died early on Friday morning. From what can be gleaned, it appears that the unfortunate man was thrown out of his cart on Saturday, 20th inst., at Glenfield and sustained serious in juries to his spine. An inquest was held on Saturday, when a verdict of accidental death was returned.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

^raa and General -*aWr, Ashton;«B8 ^offerea l-.-ji ;ieat in Jhe- OiftneV-Wl.relosMl.'thilibndr.' ri; The horse Larrikin Ms killed at iRosihill onS^tui-day&tha HuTale Race. ; 5 At' the Rpsetto ~jMta| '-mi ;;SatuMla»ithe ^jetfevent wa^wo^peyaptaTi^ ^:V , ? ^Moiihers,'i-do .-hbl jnegiftet j&tir children in: it Was decided 46 form a;di8irict f riokeit rlub. ; Sickness is still prevalent In town, '^nd (here are tew who liav£ escaped either an attack of influenza of the measles; -';.; . .;. if- ' - -Mrs. W, W. Lees notifies. by advertisement that her cash discount clearance sale will con tinue until Saturday1 next. - ' ?; . If you want a tin «f boiled lollies for a. pic nic, I sell the best quality at 4d per lb, — J. Rigelsford, CampbelHown.* EightJiour Day (Ootober 3rd) will be cele brated at Liverpool by a race meeting, to be held on Woodlands course. The public are warned that shakes are al ready niBking their appearance, several having been killed during the past week....

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Notes by Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 31 August 1898

Notes by Bunyip. "Are things what they seem,     Or is visions about?   Is civilization a failure, Or is the Caucasian played out?"   The ordinary inhabitant of Campbelltown is sadly ruminating in the above strain nowadays. Our little village, facetiously called "Sleepy   Hollow," and by the irreverent "The City of   the Dead," has now earned the soubriquet of "The City of Darkness." The town is illumi     nated by kerosene lamps (not by electric light, as I believe stray visitors imagine), and the city fathers, from motives of economy, have lately reduced the same by taking them away from dark corners, where they were most needed. Now the benighted traveller wanders from one stray patch of light to another, to the consider   able danger of both limbs and temper. If Campbelltown finances are in such a wretched state as to need this sacrifice, by all means let us "go t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

SANDEEA86N8' EUCALYPTI BXTBAl T.~ Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty t ' the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Afiaira, thro'ngh the Con sul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March Mth, -1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 188j-. Acknowledged by Medioal Clinics . and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the marker, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, -which is recognised by the Medical DM- . «ion of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded' to us through the Cosaol at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state : — It is proved by testa made by the Medical Clinics of the Univenitirs of Bonn and Grielswald (Prus eia), and reported to by Dr. Schlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. UoBsier, Director of the Medical...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Mothers, do cot neglect your children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough. A boy named Reid, aged three years, baa been scalded to death at Leeche'e Golly, bear Tenterfield. Evidence wbb given in the Divorce Oonrt on Monday by a petitioning wife that she first be came auspicious of her '- hnaband by hearing ? him talking in bis sleep. ? The longest hair growing on the - female head his been 8ft. in length, while the longest beard known measured 12ft: : „.

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Commercial. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO- OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. SYDNEY, September. 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

mrnKmrnximmm [?] Maiire,— The market *urtered« drop of one penny per fcuihel, owing to theabsence of export 'irdsls-' -OUpled *Ut Kh uiore»ffe id supplies. BhoiiWTOB . Continue, «uoi her *»il is sure to tslcenlace.' TPrice, . - 2.6^ -?' -::.???.'? :-' .??V--^^:.-S-J i-v -:.:: Cn»E-Dullof sale; £215sto£S6s., v \ .Potato**.— Received moveattention; *B to£7. OnionB.— Prime in Wr detoand ; jEUlp £lfi. - ? * Lucerne Hay.— Plentiful,' with Blow ??«»te» ; j SI : 10stp£2 6s. J ^ c- ?/???-I ??;?;.---??- Bran.— Dull at 7d. Pollard, dull at 7Jd. -Butter, creamery, per lb, W-. --. . - ? .' „ factory, 8d to 8H V „„? flwlinuility, dmfryj'Oi 6M to 7Jd „ tecond quality, dairy, 6d ? ~ Baccn, beet hand-cured 6Jd to 6d Baoon, be«t machine cured, Od to 6d Baobn. beat heavy and rough, 6}d ? , Hams. ;*est iand-cuHfl, 5*d to Sj,d Hhdb, machine cured, 7id to BJ4 . . ' Lard,4|cltDSd ' Cheese, flret^juality, 6d to fijd second quality, 4d to 4 Jd Honey, 2d to 2Jd - , . Hidea,%erlb., Sftd t»-4d ? Calf -ekins, ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

wwmmmumsmi ? V%r;i^gi*;^fi.^es^ai|^|^^^ ;:;fItt'«';iew^ys_^-m&j.|ia»«Jjf0n|ij^,i^,^ ^nnS^^i^o^'to^lwcte'^r^gltepiAii^ /,^e;Mi^:^|f^1»dri9a^he:^oei^t^f -a - '-- '^ ? irjillissonedrBtock Of Bnasonable goods, wta- : prising many novelties. ?: .-.??? .??;-. , It is rumoured .that; Mr. O. Bull's Pictbn supporters intend to entertain him at a smoke concert. ?. fairest way to distribute the imported Gov ernment dairy stock would be by auction «ale. -:-~- , ?:?'?????'??' '**.- ??.--??? : --?;? Owing to the bad weather which prevailed on Thursday last, the tennis match, Sydney University v. Catupbelltown, did nob take ' place. . ? ''_;??? ? Tbe celebrated Kirkbam Etua will be dis persed to-lay (Wednesday), when »' special train will run from Sydney to Kirkham Lane. The lantern lecture advertised by Mr. ,. Oonrtenay Smith for Thursday evening did not take place, the weather being too dis agieeabfe. ' An unuBual event took place last month in the shape of two full moons. The first was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

A Sydney Kan. TTNDEBTAKES A NEW VENTURE AND COMPLETES IT SATISFACTORILY (From Evening News, Sydney.) If the facts published below had been nn earthed in Adelaide, Sonth Australia, Sydney resders might look tbe item over and then throw the paper to one side, and forget all aboat it. The interest taken in the statement of a citizen in some distant town isn't as strong as that of a fellow citizen's. Foreign evidence has always a hazy questionable balo around it Ahat the home article lacks, and when yon read the statement of Mr. John Barker, of No. 3 Jones' Cottage, of Morgan Street, this city, yon have to face the inevitable quei tion, can I depend more upon an article en dorsed by a resident of Sydney than I can de pend on one endorsed by a stranger whom I don't know, never will know, and whose plaoe of abode I never heard about until I saw it mentioned in ah advertisement ? Bead what Mr. Barker has to say : — 11 During the last 'fifteen years my kidneys have been completely oat of or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Eighty tons mare imported lesf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixou'a Oonqweror — the workman'* tobacco. Dixon's Yaukoe Doodle is first everywhere. Dixon's Sir Roger Twist.* Messrs. F. L. G. Shepherd, of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, is the moBt reliable firm for supplying luceme and all kinds of seeds for station, farm, or gaiden ; also, fruit trees, shrubs, etc. Their un rivalled catalogue and garden guide is sent post free to all on application.*

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CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.85 a.m. . 8.50 9.25 10.55 11-35 t 3.83 p.m. , 4.13 p,m. .'? .;-»6AD--.- '^^^^^'^-v^^r''-' -?:f-y3j|--'^---rv-v-.-*v..*t»'--=-- - Leave Camden. Arrive O'town. t C.50 a.m. 7.25 a.m. 7.55 8.30 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 3.30 p.m. t 5.50 6.30 1 || 7.50 8.30 f Sat'daysnnly. ? Sat'days excep'd. % Mon days only. J On Sat'days, leave Camden 7.55 p.m. Passenger Fares, between Sydney and C'town : Sinr-Ie. Retorn. Hul. Eso. 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd Sydney... 42 26 6 0 3-6 5'3 3-0 Granville. 34 20 4-9 210 4-0 23 Liverpool. 20 12 2-8 17 2-3 1-3 CaBiila ... 1-8 -11 2-4 1'5 Ml 1-1 Glenfield. 1-4 -9 20 1.3 1-7 -11 Mac. Fda. 1-2 -8 1-9 11 15 -10 Iogleburn l'O -7 1'C -11 1-3 -9 Minto ... -C -4 -9 -5 -9 -5 Leumeah. -2 -1 -3 '2 -3 -2 J. Caktbbll, S.M.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

General Debility and Nervousness A Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and A Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS. ( from the ?'. ifatrickvUle Reviete,' Z6J7I9S.) (hy our sPKciiL BEFOsgra.) 'Get the plain, unadulterated truth !' These were the instructions given to our ( WeeUy Rtmew) reporter when he was de spatched to interview Mrs. James Williams, of Holmesdalc Street, Marrickville, Sydney. Our reporter we fortunate enough to find Mrs. Williams at home, and on his explain ing the motive of his visit tint luly ac corded him a most hearty welcome. No Obe, to look at Mrs. Williams now, would ever suwect that she had suffered from any serious illness. She is a fine specimen of a . woman, ai.d looks in grand health. Our re porter complimented her ou her appearance. ' I was very different a UlUe while ago,' said Mrs. Williams, with a smile. ' And that's what I want to hear all about,' responded the newspaper man. 'I Buficre'd,' continued Mrs. Williams, ' from great General De...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Postal Information. Miils are despatched from OampbeUtown as under :— Sydney and North, 10.16 a,m., S p.m., ana 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. , West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. anil 5.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sunday's excepted. NareUan, same time as Oamden. Mioto, 10.16 a.m., Kandsye excepted. Ingleburn, 10. 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, S p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excep'ed. Liverpool, 9 p.m. , Saturdays excepted. Wwlderburn. Hondev. Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. ? Ficton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepted, Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. Menanglc, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 0.30 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.

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Campbelltown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

CwapbolltpTm Police JOourt. Two^cases were set down for hearing on Fri day last at the CampbelUown police court, the parties interested coming from Ingleburn. Unfortanately, a Benoh conld not be got, though. +he police went to some trouble to solicit the attendance of magistrate*. Mr. Thomas, J.P., was present, and waited from 11 till 11.30, when, a' second magistrate not pntting in an appearance, he^ adjourned the court for a fortnight. Tho nonattendaoceof magistrates-a--lhe-poiice-conrt trouble seems to be a never-ending one.

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The Inquirer Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

The Inquirer Again. 'I sat, pa/' said little Clarence Callipers, with the rising infection of one who earn, estly desires to acquire important informa tion, ' what— — ' . ' Ob, I don't know,' replied' his longsuf ferine sire, wearily. ' ' Yes } but the question I wanted to ask isn't foolish, pa,' . ;- ! ?? ITm ! If it isn't foolish you may ask iU Bat rotneuiber, jast one question, and no more.' . i ' ' Well, pa, there are two of 'em that I tr«Mat to ask. One is : Which is the smartesr, the 'man who knows enough to know that he don't know much, or the man v/ho knows enough to look as if be knew everything ? The other is : If the end of the world waa to come, and the earth would be destroyed while a man waa up in a balloon, where would he land when he came down 1 And, pa, I don't know which one of 'em to ask.' .

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following J towns: -Appin, Bring^lly, Brownlow Hill, Cam- 1 den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckeraley, Glenfleld, 1 Greondale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, j Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount .Hunter, i Mulgo, NareUan, The Oaks, Piclon, Prestons, 1 Thirlmfre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out- | side these distances the postage is 2d h .If ounce. 1 W. Wood, Postmaster. |

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Butter and the Tricks of the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

[?] Nawa reache* this part of flie wbrlfl iroro the .es^-wri«jM-ahV^^w?«^*!j^'i!i.?h«- fact that butter bearing Australian brands, t-utn6rofAustfalian^afee,isa^ shipped iaot that butter m not immutie from the garine.battae^lytbaltiie.riiolB ispoT of ter has aegqired «uoh «^,me in |kon-Jpn;;apd «am«.v l$0ffi}$N^i^:f?wa'&ffi\$w&: in regard to rilbbisli or in regard to an article of bad fame, and that the triskery is reBor ted to may be accepted 'as a certificate of : first-ola?s character. For all tbst, tbe deceit is not pleasant to the con6ignee ; he orders and expects to pay. for a' certain article, and he naturally objects tb having another and, to his thinking, inferior article foisted upon Tiim. -.'??.?

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

[?] ?,'.H»wlwa»iinfe«i ^^s-UJiwl^'ii|S'l,''ST«»liijj.- at \7 fti) t'J-. -H34#mttii^*90 4il£B^tiixtner;V3 J :-&y ' - ?.'?- ?'':-* x '?--.' ? Bolj Cbnmunlnri -. ftrat Saudi? in the Jnottth at raorhinginsryiee; 3tdSut.d»y, 1*5 ».m , kxcert ''?^l^Sr^-^'inniun^i'fitji'''-;''^ .JAKE'S; ??»? 'ftMavV Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible '\' ' '? ' ? ??:':?;, t ? R»v. T- F. Awhh.. . ^ ; . ' RoKMf CWHOUO ChU«LCW. . : ?: Sund»y; FintM»«v8.80Kn.; second M»u, 11 *,m.; Vespers, «tc, 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 ?-«?.; evening devotion, 7.30. . . '-''.?: Eev. J, Dunn*.

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