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That Pint of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

That Piat of Milk. 'Twrnty-fivk years ago, in Newcastle, a boy was sent for a pint of milk. He hid the can beneath a stone, went to tha nearest wharf, shipped as a cabin boy, and went to sea. Years went by, and he was given up for dead. Tbe otlier day he turned tip at the old home, found the can where lie had hid it. bought ft pint of milk, went tn his home, en tered, and said.: ' Father and mother, here's your -milk.' He was given a warm welcome, but he noticed there wag. s change in his parents' appearance. They bad not the old familiar look. He questioned them, and the change in them was accounted for. Shortly after his departure from jiome Jiis father died, nnd his mother married again. Then his mother died, and his now father mar ried again. Tlias on his return he found the old home as he left it, but the difference was that be had a now father and mother. It is generally admiTted, says the ' Austra lasian.' that the Victorian farmer has tanght his New Soutli Wales confreres a ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

CoHORIOITIONAI, CSOBCU. SumUv Smfeesj -M anting at H ; evening « 7 in wint t, 7.86 iu ?ummer. Communion : first Sunday in th« month »t morn In* service. '?'-.. . t . {Special service to attract those who attend no chorch — veunrnsen in particular: Last Sund»y wen ing in the mmth. Short, bright, interesting address. Ssnke/'s hymns. . Sunday School : Everv Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when partnts and fiirnda of kebclan'an invited: First Sandsy afternoon ?lira* month. Religious Instruction at Public School : Erety Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Cists for voting men «nd women : Alternat*' Wednesday evenings at 8, Choir practice at ''?£ clogp. . Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 6 o'clock on the Wednesday evening bet. re Communion Ronday. Service every Sunday afternoon *t Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. SkerriU and HeT. G. A. BavtB, B A., ultimately. . Servica on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. Raves, B.A.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Official Correspondence. Tng following has been forwarded to as for publication :— Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 2nd September, 1898. Sir, — Referring to the letter addressed to you by Mr. John Tale, of 'Prosna,' Wed derbnrn, wherein he represents the necessity for painting the local public school building, £ am directed to acquaint you that, having had under notice a report upon the subject, the Minister of Public Instruction has approved of the necessary painting and repairs being effec ted, and of a verandab being erected on two gides of. the school building. The district in spector of schools will arrange for the carry ing out of the works. — I have, etc., 3. GIBSON. ' for Under Secretary. J. Kidd, Esq., M.P.. Parliament House.

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Spotted It. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Spotted It. T.HB* were in tbe grocer's. Said the grocer, seeing a blind mau about to eater : ' Are yon aware how delicate the touch of a blind person is? What nature deprives us of one sense, she wakes amends by bringing tbe other senses to extraordinary acuteness. Let usillustrate bythis eeutlem'an. I'll take a scoop of sugar and let him feel it, and you Trill see bow quickly he will tell what it is.' - The blind man having entered, he was put to the test. He put his thumb and -finger into the scoop, and without hesitation said, ?'That is sand.' ' ? Everybody laughed but the grocer. ' Mary, I hear you are goiug to marry a -bushranger. Is it true V ' True ! No, of coarse not. John's not a bushranger— he's a forest-ranger.' 'There's an act of affection,' said the young man, as he imprinted a kiss upon her coral lips. '? The really best plays have threu acts, John,' said the fair young woman, looking up at him without blinking. The lato Mr. Gladstone's example of travel ling in a thir...

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

Years of Dyspepsia. Clements Tonic Drove it Away ! Mr. W, Albert Lyons, ' Wendonree,' Merton Street, Albert Park, Victoria, writes on Aug. 8tb, 1896 : — I have suffered severely from dyspepsia for a number of years, and although I have acted upon medical advice\nd taken largely of specifics alleged- to be cures for thaU distressing malady, but from neither source did material relief come to me. Recently, how ever, I was recomn'cned to take Clements Tonic. I did so, and almost instant relief fol lowed .; after taking a few bottles that irritat ing complaint was driven away, and I am now in sounder, bodily health aod more alert and cheerful, mentally, than I have been for many years. I would strongly recommend any per son suffering from dyspepsia or any allied dis ordered to try Clements Tonic.~W. ALBERT LYONS, WitneB8-C. J, Ham, J.P.

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Wise and Otherwise. LAUGHTER makes good blood. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Laughtee makes good blood. One ass calls another 'long ears.' When two quarrel, bothf are in the wrong. The' liar is sooner caught than the cripple. The amplest knowledge has the largest faith. A man's own business does not defile his fingers. -' Golden opportunities do not travel by a time-table. He that is never satisfied with anything satisfies no one. He who throws himself under the bench will be left to lie there. A thing of beauty is a joy until the neighbors learn how much it costs. W hat. vnii 9/-Viiavo ib riim fn pluck, but a friend's success is al ways luck. A cynic is a man who overesti mates himself and under-estimates other people. Laws are not invented; they * grow'flut*^ot'cirBumsfe,nces slowly and gradually, A 'chip from the old block' sometimes destroys the symmetry of the old family tree. The largest sum ever paid for lace was £40 an ounce, 10 times the price x)f standard gold. The eyes may be the windows of the soul, but the mouth is the door t...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELI.TOWN TE4.IN SERVICE. Week-day Service : -Leare Sydney. AmveC'town. 9.30 a.m. * 10.49 ti.ni. 10.35 12.24 t 1.80 p.m. 3.05 p.m. t 5.15 6-05 t 5.18 643 6.50 8.23 f 9.00 9.59 11.30 1.00 a.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.17 p.m. . 2.28 . 3.28 6.10 7,17 Leave Clown . Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 B.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.46 8.39 ? 9-38 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.88 4.45 4.00 5.44 8.33 10.12 __J3jMdw_8eryice ' Leave Sydney. ArfiToXrurro — _ ? 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.69 9.30 li.01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4 43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 f Saturdays excepted. ? Mondays excepted

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

A Dangerous Epidemic. Ah epidemic of iriQneiiisn is at present raging in the colonies, and scarcely anyone is without at least « slight attack, This dreadful jmalady is one of 'the Wost tiresome end inconvenient diseases imaginable, and few seem to realise than an absolute cure for it is to be ..found in Bile Be*ne. Influenza totally incapacitates the sufferer from doing any sort of work, and life itself becomes a burden. There is, in the first place, a violent cold, generally in the head, and a constant anil violent headache ii one of the most trying symptoms. Fains, too, in all parts of the body and limbs are also promi nent, and a general collapse of the entire sys tem follows. The appetite t8 impaired, and a sensation of weariness and total disability to even think in a connected manner is noticeable. Of conrBe, as this malady gains a hold on the system the symptoms become more strongly marked, until the patient is not only in an ex tremely delicate, but an absolutely dangerous ...

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Warm-Hearted. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

'Waim-Bttrted. In JParis. they are telling a story which, if jtrae, do«a credit to Ooasin Jonathan'*, warm heart. f. An Amerkanjecently went into a. tair dretser'a *hop in Paris voA found achirotiiiR but poorfy-dressed girl engaged in negotia tions with the nropriutor. She was offering W *eii her BJBgojfioenfc lieod of hair tot 60 iranoa ; the -man would give her no more than 20. At last the poor girl gave way to tears, and tbe barber was about to employ the fatul aoissors, when tbe American inter' vened, and demanded toknow the cause of tbe sad affair. He found that the girl'* parents, who for merly lmd been well off, were in the last ex tremity of poverty, and therefore she bad de termined to make so great a Sabri6oa in order to obtain for them a little bread. The stranger then drew out two banknotes aud offered them to the girl, saying — ?' Will you let me buy -your hair 1' Without even looking at the notes, the girl at once said, ' Yea.' '' Tbe American delicately took a single ...

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Notes by Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

[?] ypSSxw iiumroS: resort f' Wliy shouldn't . inaMhg ;-« roSrd' l»*md' *he .qui^'flr^jir^Mfctle ^^M^esr^ff:Sfe'~*ir^.rdi),i^^^iiB.4Bi^* S?j«ytl.e*r?»p,frtsli air and country fare (?on jsiionUn't ihe'lhier^f «^rchi^*^sq Jiiimejjs) SriVpadsiiAnd why, iodireotly and directly, ^hrtrfdn't Gampbelltdwnbe'faefit from ^l^^^^^ thlngsi Eclio inswers *hy-7v We '*»»«« fllinjBte second to hone ; are most convenient tn the metropolis ; we have beauty spots in tbe iiiapeof. river scenery well worth seeing, good rides and drives innumerable, *nd almost everything which goes to make; up an ideal Bummet resort. The drawback is simply that the town is unknown, At present, when one mentions Csmpbelltown to the ordinary city, nun, h« says with a pnfczted look, 'Ah! Garopbelltown ! Somewhere sonth isn't it ? Gr is that Camden ?' Aud when tbe resident 44 'Sleepy follow,' fixing him with a sorrow-; ful stare, expiates on its beauty, the salubrity -if its climate, the enterprise of its citizens, its live c...

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Wanted to See the Oven. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Wanted to See the Oven. A country minister, on entering the pulpit one Sunday morning, exhorted his congrega 1 tion, and immediately before delivering his sermon, raid : 'Now, I wish to say lhat only yesteiday I overheard some young men, as they slipped ' out of tbtt train before inr-, sny to one an other, 'You're a Hot'!1 Just think of it, the one member of my church saying to the other ' You're n lj«r I' Would it not be far better,' he continued, 'just to give a whistle if you misdoubt any person than to call him a liar?' At this point the parson began his sermon, and, taking for bis subject lite parable of the loaves and fishes, said : ?? Now, dear friends, the loaves in those d«ys were like !it(lo/ lii!!s in comparison to what they are now.' ' Whistle from the gallery. Minister: ' Who in that calling me a liar?1 A voico : ?' ?lolin Brown, the baker, sir.' Minister : ' Well, John Drown, what have . you «ot to wyi' John Biown : ' [ would sny that if the icMvfaS were like lillie Mi...

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Pointed Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Pointed Impressions. ; Thbv now call it the ' Dreyfus Drama,' but it is more like s tragedy. .' Among the members ready and willing to make room for Mr. Barton is ilx. W. P. Cricks The manitto Liesori was the promoter of t, hnd distribntioD scheme that was not «itirel| satisfactory. ? ? '_-?, It is said that a labor member u devt- loping sy mptonis of gnat, A democrat has oot bnsi; ness withsnoh an aristocratic disease. | Tlie first forecast of the wheat harvest lot N.S.W. is 15,000,000 bushels from l,500,00Q acres. Let us hope that the season will prnyi ! Mr. Reid has not shone of late as a public! speaker. His recent addresses lack certainty* facility, and force. He is not sure of his fede-i ral footing. ? Mr.tienrge Black, ex-M.P., had not long to' wait for a billet nn beinff rejected for Gibbs Division. A labor journal at Broken Hill had; just been projected, and Mr. Black received tbe appointment as editor. . ''?^ *?' I It is Sir Edward Braddon's opinion that within three month...

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A Missing Husband. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

A.lUfd^ SusIhiaI, . A.DKLtyQQBaix husband was thus advertised' for in *n American newspaper by his loving spouse :— f * ' 'Lost, strayed, .or stolen, ap^ipdividual whom, in ,an unguarded moment of lonejii ness, X fraa thoughtless enough to adopts my husband. He is a good-lookintr and feeble indiriaoa^feoowing enougb.-iowefer, to go in 'when it rains, nnleas some 'good-' looking girt 'offered her Umbrella, Answered toihe same -of John. Was last seen in com |-any with Julia Harris, walking, his Brm round ^Hs wairt, looking more like * fool, if possible^ than ever ' Acyone that -will Batch tbe poor fellow and bripg him baok, to that I may chastise him for running away, trill be asked to stay to tea by Henrietta Spanks.1'

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The Queen and Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

The Queen and 61? -';-;tsi:c-. Gladstone was never pcpuUr wi«--h Qn--en Victoria.. ' In one of hie .?(iiitrcii'r.vis vril'i her as Premier, he niijc v.efli;.i- d'. p- -.nd» in »bicb he said : ' Yoa hv ???:? tii-.- t.ir? ar: . n.' 'AT' i'. 'h: . n- ii,y i,-.ast i' she angrily ??? . (h:: . ' m:C ..:?? _,;,, |,'now, ^ir, *ho I am?' 1 ..: Jt»- — i ni:-v. r.. 1 'Jlnistone coolly, ' yon *?'? '?'^-- '.^..i-.u ,... iltigiand. But do you know )' :' - : »-si : ^ui the people of England, and '.' Cui* urgency the people ssy 'must!'' ''' - 'people' prevailed.

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

Mr. O'Reilly. !»'» member for Purromsttn. (f petitioning mfninit (lie retnrn of Mr. Ferris ! for that constituency. Fatlli-rft nnd tnntWKt tii'wnro. Mcaflcn and bronchitis are prcvnli'M, ? Look to your chil dren and gSve llieih'\Y|iyte's Anti-Congh.

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The Health Act. DAIRY FARMERS' GRIEVANCES. DEPUTATION TO THE BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

-The Health Act. Dairy Fa sucks' Grievances, deputation to the boaed of health. A DHP0TATION waited upon the Board of Health on Tuesday last to protest against certain provisions of the Health Act as they affected dairy farmers. The deputation was incrodurad by Mr. Alexander Campbell, M.P., amongtit those present being Meters. D. Da visr Archibald Campbell, Pyers, Eidd, MilJard. Perrvt Mf.P.. J. Stewart CtterrvV C. W, Craig (MByor of Jamberoo), J. A. Buatsnn. (Wollonfcong), R. H, Wilson. R Gordon (Gerriugong), .D. HyaiD (Mayor of Nowrs), J. Hearne, W. Punster (Shellhar bor), R. V. Boyd (Mayor of Berry). W. M'Lellan (CamboWarra), and G. Tait (Kan garoo Valley). The object of tbe deputation more especi ally was to complain against section 10 of the Dairies Supervision Act, which provided that if a contagions disease existed in the house of * dairy farmer, he would be pre cluded from selling milk or any of the pro duce of his dairy. It was represented that this provision had inflicted ...

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

Co&gieg&tio&al. -' - \ Ws understand that the anniversary of this church will be celebrated aa usual by a public tea meeting in the Town Hall on the 27tb in stant. The ladies of the church, we also learn, are making steady progress in getting things together for the sale of gifts, etc., at the same place on the 1st, Sod, and 3rd December next;

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The Government Dairy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

[?] Ok th« iotitation of our wtliog member (Mn Kidd)..s-.meoffihV|Qc»l gentlemen interest in dairy stock jonroe/edii) Sydney on Wedjbe* day. 81st nil., to inspect the tattle *Tii|nlire bepn import for the nnroose of imnrotioirliift ,Uiry herdsof Una colony. The prt^W.rfirH Baaa^JiiW* Jjiere :% ^We^n.ae Wiiffiffi, *nd three bulls of i^h^ bre-^ wo are fairly well acquainted withr»ni iod 4hese are all deceot Mmplrs, ope bdlj «ni two *f the cowa showing special ^aiilily^S^^ Kerry cattle are, a new departore. They *re smallVjet black, andogly, and. did not West if ith the approval of the majority nf the «peb tutore. Some pf the gfiitlemen, however, ssid ^Lat crossing them with other breeds gives very good results. The breed which attracted tnoit attention and admiration were the Guernseys yellow and white cattle, miioh larger than the Jerseys, not nearly so delicate, and showWg splendid qualities for milk and butter. Thise are hy far the best cattle of the shipment, as a breod or separat...

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

The public hare been a good deal exercised over the leader of the Convention, Mr. Barton, obtaining a seat in the present Assembly. 'While Mr. Barton has preserved silence on the point, his press critic and a few personal political enemies have busied themselves circulating the hopelessness of Mr. Barton's j position. They wouldn't allow a plucky defeated man the consola tion of hope, but visited him with such sneers as the opportunity — and ignorance— afforded. Now, Mr; Barton is one of those con summate leaders of the people who knows what he is about, who un derstands bow to keep his counsel, when to sneak and when in anf. It now transpires that Mr. Barton, on failing to dislodge Mr. Reid from King Division and seeing how evenly the House was divided, re cognised that his absence from the Assembly for a few weeks could not affect the cause of federation. He also knew that nothing could be done before the Government pro gramme was freely disclosed. He was free in the interval to s...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

Pbbsbytbriih Cbbbch. Sunday morning at 1 1. evening 7. end during aum mer months at 7.80. Sunday school at S p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— -Religiout instruction, public achonl. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. Eev. D. Moors, B.A. Rbt. R. Stusl, M.A. (in charge). Weslsyan Chobch. September II— Mr. D. M'Coy at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. The Cainpbelltowa Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL ' TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER J. 1898.

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