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

GET OR. WAUGH'S. The day was young and not fur apent, - A* through the boty streets there want . A youth 7ai yjt unknown to fame), . . Bearing aloft the well-known name—' 'DR. W&OGH'S.' His eye was bright, his form upright; ]|e held h'b banoer to the Ught ; HU bualniia there, to advertue The Powder famed for Cake* and Pios— «DB. WAUGH'S.' Nor snow, nprioe, wen «een about, ' to laitily that youth did ihout : ' If Baking Powder you wpnld ohoose, And not know whloh the but to uae, ' GET ' DR. WiUQH S:'' ' Oh.ttav I ' a nuiden mid, ' Ob stay 1 And tuK me ; when I cook to-du y What Baking Powder shall I try ? ' The youth he answered with a try — 'GET DB. WAUQH'S.' . ?« Listen, friend,' an old man saTd, ' My wife she does Sot make good broad, Tho' many powders ahe doth uae.' . Toe youth said, — ' PowiJera bad you ohoose —GET DR. WiUGH'B.' ' ' I'll teH my wife,' the old man criea, ? And 'when the Powder good ahe tries ; ' The bread I know will bt quite light,' ?- She youth repeat! ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

'Williams' Sictio&szy. We have received a. copy of the ' Williams' Dictionary' — a 46-page booklet. It com prises -over 10,000 words, compiled from Johnson, Webster, and Worcester, tbe stan dard dictionary makers of our language. The Dr. Williams' Medicine .Company are tbe publishers, and the little work, though employed as an advertising medium, u all that it is represented to be. It bears evi dence to tbe enterpriso of the proprietors of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Over 600,000 copies have been already dis tributed. Additional copies may be ob tained by forwarding tw«pence in stamps to the Dr. Williams1 Medicine Co., Sydney.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

THE J^DfC/WE jjha* ! REALLY CURES -. I t^ust M a. Posjt|ve, not a Negative Remedy It ' ;. ^ must cure so m& to give strength from' the vejty. - first; It -mus£ not begin by weakening or * ! 'owerjng tjhe system. It must be a true tonic. Dr. Williams' Pint Pills for Pale People cure in that way. They are not a purgative. They expel nothing Jbut disease. Among the * disorders which they have cured are : — Rheumatism St. Vitus' Dance Sclatfca Neuralgia.' Influenza Debility ' JVnaemfa Locomotor J7taxj/ Ladies' Ailments Heart Disease Paralysis Pimples & Eczema Spinal Disease Impoverished Blood Kidnes? Diseases, DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS are not like ordinary medicine. , They cure by acting' directly on the causes of disease. Ordinary medicine acts upon the symptoms or signs of disease. WHETHER TO TAKE THEM OR NOT: - HONEST ADVICE FREE OF CHARGE. It you are ill, and the doctor cannot cure- you, or if you have any ailment, small or great, that gives you trouble, write to us....

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

w /^^^i^t^Mfii -2u little spac* in yooMenlnmni. -If jrpor*i-rrM- pondent *? iifijt* tfotigtV it worth *hTle mo farmer yrter, he ^nighifc hvn iSoiM *e to a prntw#«w^niiout%jdg4& Wta»rdi|itte and insulting over the subject, in which 'ewe' they would hk?» %n accepted faPflif ianto ?P.lr» wijn pmniura. cut probably he feels annoyed t§at JW- Jlittle effort *t joorn&IUrm bM not fnefc irtni^a approra,! which dpnbt )M»ltde«i!rirfik Wix^^fB mnst aOciniiyr ?.rioB ^^loriihe youth and inexporionce which he spfneljT Admits. « «:|iiiix' now 6ndi him^ ?elf in tlie pojition of the 'Old man and th« «s' (I quote from hit own letter).1? don't think it in through trying to please flverybody, but rather the revorae. But Jet Ui hop« he will obtain the wisdom he Jacks by the btperience he has gained, and in future before ronhing into print let him learn the art of keeping hit temper, its the torrents of wrath of whiuh he complains are occasioned by someone daring to have tbe temerity to oo...

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

For hacking or whooping cough use Whyte'a: Anti-Dough. . ;

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

|V*V * In Yaffil tfaolea. ? S;| A*ltwj4m«rfcBfrom»8«!qtlema»well-fcoown r '^ * f n Mie traffic cirotw »t Sydney m to his ^x ?^ ~v)-6r$ei-oe8 isVnre toyrove-ot interest -to oar ' -nutiienras readers. We refer to Mr. John v_ t ,H»nnig4n, of 40 Say Stnvt, Ultimo, Sydney ? '-, — ^ tetitltnjim WgWy Mspteted hy »ll bit ftc quainUincw. liiis is what Mr. HinntgsVii told *' Sy dnsjr ** Workern'-epor»er«— uHy 4 illtieM,' said he, «? Btarted «? * good many other illoesses do — with just a eold. I did r nob take mtioh notice of it, for I'v« often h»-d,coW» before *nd got rid of them in * * «f*e1c or so. This Uae, however, t didn't re *covw in the ordinary way, but began to Ret ,,- thin arid weak. So 1 »«ot to a ohemiat and got some medicine. But u, in spite of the phyaio, t continued to get thinner and weuler, I went up to the Sydney Hospital. Tn» doctors there -examined me, and told me I had a severe attack of influeoza, and that J required medicine and rest. I did exactly M they ordered me, a...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

JGnd 'Woxkswft SC&sy 'Work. TOlta was* time wry lately when Mr. Donate AravlfUfuunditMtdlo keep up with Ms work. «« that there was more to be done than usual, ant ?heflioVttesllike working at all. Ha was dull. ijle nsd no aSga, If tte oould have affordud it he BOttld Jiave knocked off altogether. But there'* when it is. Those at w who must work when we ue.(baip, must keep on working when we are dull. NeoesaUy pbliges. Expenses keep on, and so we jnujtAetp-on. ^ ?;-**»«, «e»t( what « thing it would he if we were always right unto the mark— eating, sleeping, ana irnrkihit with a xelbih. Weinlght not have money |o biut even ihon, but we should have toot to save. 4PU1 Jefs J-ear Jttt. AtaoUL t *? At Easter, 1698 ' lie »ays, *'i began to feel «s « » cloud had 'oome ever me I wai weak, low, and tired. My tongue «as thickly coated, and my mouth ketat «.ling with a thick, tough phlegm I oould wtt i ably well, yet tny food seembd to 1 do me no good. Aftereaunglhadatedingoflieavuiess ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Contested Will. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1898

A Contests Will. The circumstances of a case which was before Judge Walker in the Probate Court, Sydney, last week, are somewhat out of the common. It was one in which James Brown, of Liver pool, applied for probate of tbe will of the late Alexander Neen, objection to the application being made by Elizabeth Neen, widow of the testator, on the grounds of alleged undue in fluence having been exercised. The evidence   adduced went to show that on December 29th, 1897, the testator, who was then an old man, was admitted to the Liverpool Benevolent Asylum, and on the following day the attend ant discovered in his possession bank deposits   receipts for between £800 and £900. The documents were handed for safe keeping to the clerk of the institution, and Neen entered into an agreement to pay for his maintenance. At the time of his admission be was suffering from malignant cancer, and his condition gradually became worse. During his illness be was looked after by t...

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

Hints. If you wish to test your tea, burn a small quantity on a metal plate. With good teas the amount of ash remaining is small, but it increases in quantity as the quality of the sample tested deteriorates. Isinglass is a most delicate starch for fine muslin. Remove stains from cups and saucers by rubbing with, fine coal ashes applied with a wet cloth. To freshen leather bags or seats of chairs, rub them with the well-beaten white of an egg. Whitewash spots may be instantly re moved by washing with strong vinegar.   Brown status on baking dishes may be re moved by dipping a piece of wet flannel in ashes or bath brick, and rubbing hard. A little borax added to the water in which scarlet bordered towels are washed, prevents their fading. Set a dish of water in the oven when baking a cake, and it will seldom burn. Bottles are easily cleaned with hot water and ashes.   Cayenne pepper blown into the cracks where ants congregate, will drive them away. Grained w...

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A Valuable Tree. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

A Tfalustta Tree. No -worm it mr found iwon ihe *uc»lyj-tus tree, or 10 the nwtti where its foots permeate A row of these lives planted through *o ttrtiwra w Tlneyard will Wn inject** worms, aqd caterpillar* to vabntB that region. The branches «f the eucalyptus sBed in the rooms or windows. or at decoration in dwelling rooms, *SH cause ujoquitoe*, motht, fleas, and -flies to leuve ihi' premises, and when the leaves am placed beneath ? carpet around ihefrrderof thu room where tun carpet is laid, is an assur ance MgaiBtt the moth, and brauchea placed beueatti tbe bed pillows * protection against fleas'

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Try this Puzzle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Try this Puzzle. Upeh a book at random and select a word within the first ten lines, and within the tenth word from the end of the line. Mark the word. N ow double the number of the page aud multiply the same by five. Thnn add twenty. Then add the nuinlier of the line you have selected. Thnn add five. Mul tiply the sum by ten. Add the number of ; the word in the line. From this subtract . 250, and the remainder will indicate in the unit column tbe number of the word, in the ten' column the number of the line, and the remaining figures the number of the page.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

^.^ ., , ..,.|r. ^r,ftr|£gM||!^fagleburn,;SA| J' ? . ., TFOti SSlIjFI; jHorae Q^ur, cpmjpJrteV'^HI I: v *; J? filings ? ?jj'ricn.^lO. Caii fe^W'iiit.th ? V Dslfoii dream8ry.^..Pipitf(ftiHffi''l«fe]eb!irij SADDLES 1 Saddles j -T, P+Wi-b ? will «1 ' ?er atiii* jsfdBi'Qittcn^fc, to-day jjWed ncsdnf), Eirst-claps SsliMIwi and. Bridle^, . npo LET,^-A Cohjiortiible sWoomsd Got V' ? ?»- tn^e irj Diioiajesqne-st. ; water Jaid oin , every uimveniemie ; 5cM, 6» por wet'Jf,r-Aj»plj' A. Munbo, C'liiuoil CJirk, Oaropbelltonn. TO LET, eith^r-togeibnr or separately, twi small Farms, tiie'aiva of one Iwing & ' acres, the othvr '58.— J. Dabo?, Appin. ._ WANTED to Purchase, a Horse, ride am driw ; ritodprale price.''. Apply after j p.m., The Rbctobv, Campbelltown. , . TTjTANTED known that eighteen words ii » ? this column cr-Bts In, 'cash. TOWN HALL. TO-WXOHT IT~~TO-M»ST ! ii'*. ' Wednesday, Sept. 14, Return Visit of the BLIlMlICALMIDlffi CONCERT CO. After an Absence of Three Yeara, PROGRAMME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Ever Notice It? THE WAT WE DWELL ON LAME BACK AND WHAT IT .MEANS? No nse talking, there arc some things, some snbjects, that grow the more yon nsn them. That is, the more you think about them, the more you fiud you can't (ell at all. With us a lame back is a great thing to have — in our mind. And we keep it there— and talk about it. The people we talk to have lame backs and they grumble about them. They ought to, too. They have them right in the back — in the small of it — at that. Wn talk and tell you why yon have them, and then keep on talking and telling you how to get rid! of them. A lame back is a lame kidney — not havug a lame kidney or means a lame kidney — but is a lame kidney. A lamb kidney means can't work, en n't lift, can't sit, can't lie, but must stay at home — and grnmble. How much could San dow lift with weak kidneys ! His great massles would be useless. If he had a lame bsck he would be a wreck instead of a wonder, Tbe next time yon hear anyone say (hey have a lame ...

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A Shocking Case. A CHILD TREATED LIKE A BEAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

: A Shocking Caae. A Child Tkeated Likk a Bbast. At the Milvchell (Q.) Police Court on Wedr nesday last, a married wonam, a selector, was charged with cruelty to a child, aged 6ve years. According to the evidence, accused had brought the child up like a wild beast, confining it in a hundred-gallon tank, and allowing its clothes to rot with filth on its back. The child became brutalised, and Would eat ravenously of bullock's entrails and diink blood. It would also bite ears off lambs for food when it could catch them. From long cooGnement in the tank the child had lost one of its legs, also its voice, nnd crawled on all fours like a beast, It was the most shocking case ever heard of in this dis trict. The child . is tbe son of accused's bijother's w;fe, who is dead, nnd the father resides in New South Wales. Accused has tOJIt*— vliiUi *,t»--«f — bcrimii, — ct1iu~ IH13— tatmlvil' well. The accused was fined £25, or six months' imprisonment. The child haB been conveyed to Roma, and tak...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Bailwar Zaformation. SYDNEY-CAMPBBLtTOWN TRAIN 8EBVIOE. Week-day Sorvioe : Le«»e Sydney. ArriwC'town. 9.80 a.«i. 10.49 «.m. 10,85 W.2* t 1.80 p.m. 8.05 p.m. t 5.15 «05 t 5.18 6.43 6.50 ' 8.28 t 9.00 9-59 ; 11.80 1-00 a.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p,m. 3.17 p.m. 2.28 8.28 - 6.10 .' 7.17 Leave Ctown. Arrive Sydney. * 4.43 a.m. COO a.m. 7.85 8-46 8.89 9-88 10.42 12.10 p.m. 12.80 p.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 4.00 5-44 8.83 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. 9,40 a.n. H-05 a.m. 1 00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9-59 9.80 H-Ol Leave C'towu. Arrive Sydney 4.48 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 t Saturdays excepted. ? Mondays excepted CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TEAMWAY. Leava O'tcwn. Arr. Oamdeo. 7.00 a.m. 7.85 a.m. 8.50 9-25 10.55 11-36 t 8.88 p.m. 4.18 p.m. ? 6.60 7.25 Leave Oatnden. Arrive O'town. t 6,50 a.m. WB a.m. 7.55 8.80 10.05 10.45 2 50 p.m. ' 3.80 p.m. t 5.50 ? 6.80 I 7.50 8.30 f Sat'daysonly. ? Sat'daya excep'd. $ Mon ' ...

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Ingleburn, [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

' Insflebiini, 1 -.. ? ? ? -. .. ? One of the most em'oyatrfe- Bocinls of the season was held at ''Corra Linn,' Inqlebrirn, the residence of Mr. Minnett, on Monday evening, 22nd nit. Taking advantage of the lovely moonlight night, the attendance was one of 'the largest, if not a record, for the young folk, who seemed to thoroughly enjoy them selves, The host (Mr. Mipnett) had the ball room floor as smooth and polished ae the mo. verbia] .sheet of glass, which left nothing to be desired on the part «f the dancers. Mr. J, Williamson presided at the piano with his usual well-knowo ability, whilst the onerous duties of M.C, were undertaken by Mr, Charles. Songs were rendered durinp; the intervals by several of the gentlemen present, which added to the success of tbe affair. Supper was served at midnight, the hostess being indefati gable in looking after the wants of those pre sent. - During the evening it was announced that the next social would be held, on the 28th September. — Corresp...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Postal Informatioai i&kut are despatched from Campbelltown as under :— Sydney and North, 10.16 a.m., S p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Went, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., 6undsy» excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 5.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. NareUan, same time as Camden. Minto, 10.15 a.m., Sundeys excepled1. Inglebum, 10. 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Graoville, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exccpled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays eicepted. Wtdderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepted, Douglas Park, same time as Picton. MeDangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepced. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays C.30 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted.

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

[?] S^i^ll^ott^iftily^lSw nie joft spwe sm^mmprp^mt ^'#w:t|»in%it: *|pM-.f|&Be *it,« 'M\0l. jiinfwifAiftiiJy: i|^^|i^a^*,Fwth-ei^^a|iS^ ^^p^«i;i(^BB't8v^-er;%i^^jf}rn^r«n^'4BJ })|i^r^«^^ith^n^mpW?^ih^W^n?Pi)k«; 0'iay^|iAt:t;d.!nTjl(|nk I«l-f^Sthu^qst%n .if jboili tlio old :«mn pud ;i*ei$i*,4« - J?iFiif; MMS^^Ir.irtwely ^»mMmam wa% vnly. nn aneinpt, jo I flm-M)nt«it-tolH ?All^-i::-K:iKr-w.:i iM\ $i$ie ^ie^tB»uS^n' MP«ir|P4ayy' Jiandg; aM4?t;iiiqfwort±ouftsll wlMttprniSB*!!) ^rmli-iif J)i» ^?&tmm; :S^ipt: me concltiilfr by saying that the apologies which he doems wonld.be pleasinR to the residents— about whom I said notliinRr^willJprobably irrive in company with the millennium. Thank- '. ing you in antJRipation for the insertion of this letter,^-! am, etc., ' . *'; ' . - ? ? '?'??' '????' :l-vx.

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Commercial. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, September 18, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

^S^*^;A*^?!^»3BpBHIIH«ISI^S52^«,i3*?r^:#! mmmmmmmmm wmmmmmm ^if^^^M^Jif^m^lHm^W ':' ^ '??? ?» P^4-%£-«M-1^ft»Wiat W^ftl.' ?- .-.;??? ?. -:- ?-?:- |^A-;:-fi^»;.;inVhiiifii»rta,jf|f;w:*|*'.---i-V ''???-?'? ?????? ' p3|t%v|*tv»,^iil to;6d '^ii?' ?-*.«*??'£ ^-*-; - ;'.. :/:- ? ??' ^fir.'-V'',!,,'. second tfuiiUtjr, 4dto4{d -V ?-. . ' r*'-'-' ?Bomir..«d*»«i*. ?'.?:.???????' ?-- :? :? ':c--\ '?-*' - -; Fl nr, flrit quality, per ton, £l8«aldt*£13 IQt ' Fl'iur, i-etond Quality, £13 6s ' M»Ur, pw tousnel, new, }? « J to is 7d flrirt^asoAioiiid ?-??,. Ch.ff, prr Icn, £3 10. (W to £4 0. 04 Barley, C»pp, 3s Od in 3» 8d By g»*s toed, p- t bush., 6a Od to 5» 6d Coclntool gma *»ed, pet btt*b., 9. to 9a 64 Bran, M to 7td ?'.,.? P«U«a*7.i to7i- O»U, vtd, 2* 8d to !? lOd O«t«, feed, 2«6dM2i9d Onions, per ton, £16 Os Od to £16 Oe 04. Meadow Kay, £tii 1'outoea. £7 10* Od to £8 0, «d ' Kowlt, ptr pair, 2« Od to 3» 64 . ? l-uckfl.S.Gdl«8«fii Geese, 3« 6d 10 &? 6d \ Turkeys, ft.Od to Wi 04 Krm, pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Fiitlierp And mother*, beware. MeBBles and bronchitis are prevalent. Look to your chil dren and give theqi Wbyte's Anti-.Con^h,

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