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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST.PETER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

vauxoa SpxnosBa Church or Rnound. — St. Pstkr e. |Sund»y services : Morning nt It, evening at 7 'fl winter, 7.30 in summer. Holj- Oommui ion ; Ftrat Sunday in the month at xntning service; 3rd Sunday, 7.f,J a.m. , except in the months qt June, July, and August, On festival, as announced. Wfutarad -y : Service at 7 30 p.m. ; cho'r praotice at 8 p.m. ; . Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible S . 4a*. ** Rbt. T. V. Alkin.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Terrible plagues those itching, postering diseases of the skin. Put nn end to misery. Down's Qiiitmeot cures. At uuy dealers,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Roman Catholic Churor. Punday: First Mui, 8.30 a.m. i second Mats, II a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.30 p.m. Jloly days of Obligation : Mats, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.3V. Ret. J. Dpnhk,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Camden. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Camden. MOM A CORItrcSrOXDKNT. Os Friday evening last a farewell social was held at the Drill Hall, in honor of Mr, Kilmar tin. tlie manager of the butter factory and re frigerating works, who is lenving for Menangle, whither the factory has been removed. Nearly a hundred were present, including Miss Qiiigg (Bnrragorane), the Misep.R Kennilh(TlieOaks), the Misses Kenny (Kenny's Hill), the Misses Hines. Buirrten. Keadv. nnd Rvan CCsmden^ : also Fathers Kick ham and Comaski, and Messrs. Chowne, Ready, T. Inglis, Cook, Burns, and Heckenhnrg. Amongst the speakr ers were the Mayor, Father Kickliam, and Messrs. Onslow, Cowper, Pnrce.ll, nnd others, who ppolte in flattering terms of Mr. Kilniar tin's many good qualities as a man aud a citi zen, und.voiced the loss which the town would feVl in his departure for another district. General regret is felt and expressed that the action of a certain jealous section of tho public should have led to the removal of works so im portant nnd so necessa...

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

Nine Tears' Indigestion. Recom 1 mends Clements Tonic as a Most Wonderful Cure. A prominent mailcontractorendorses the value V of Clements Tonic. Mb, D. C. M'Intyre, mail contractor, Kemp eey, Mew South Wales, writes -on June 8th, 1806: — It gives me great pleasure to state that, after snffering from indigestion for nine years, I have been en red by Oltmients Tonic. I only took six bottles,' when I fonnd I could eat and. digest my food. Before taking Clements Tonio everything I ate made me feel miserable. I wanted to lie down all the lime, but now I go about my work quite lively. -In fact, I am quite a different man, and in conclusion I wish . to state that I can with all confidence roenm I mend Clements Tonio as a most wonderful cure for indigestion, and I hope that the thousands who anffer from it will give Clements Tonic a trial, and meet with the same result as I.— JWith best wishes for your prosperity, I am, yonrsgratefnlly, D.C, M'lNTYBE. ._.\-.-V-*' '.. ? ??' ? ??' ??* ? . ?<...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Wfei Wpi bt^ef^^a. Hard to beat— -A -wet-carpet. .. - ... -?-;-?* '--'~r-- ???«?.??? rr — ????'??' -'?' ??*.:?-' ? Not a single bird of prey has the gift of song. ' ^ Dhe word 'penknife' occurs once in the Bible. Female, frogs are jyoicelesa ; it is the males that do all the talking. A person trying to walk with his eyes shut invariably walks to the right. The largest telescope brings the moon within fifty miles of- the earth. It has been ascertained that the hair grows faster by tlay than jby night. The number of matches used daily in Europe. is put down at 2000 millions. It is not generally known that a man gains slowly in stature until his fiftieth year. The speed of our fastest ocean steamers is now greater than that of express trains. * 4^ The port of London has every r day within its waters an average of a thousand vessels. 'indentations on the wax of a phonographic cylinder. Auctions were first held in Rome and were for the sale of military spoils among the soldiers. It has b...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringrlly. Brownlow BUI, Cam den, Cobbitly, Douglas Park, Eckeriley, Olenfleld, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park, Inuleburn, Luddenhem, MenBngle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, NareUan, The Oaks, Pidon, Prestons, Thirlm-re, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances tbe postage is Sd h»lf ounce. W- Wood, Poainuster.

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

? -?' . 4 J-\ ?-? ?J-i;r ' x '^ \ '-..- ?? .??.:.?. Ohok a , man of the laboring class .who had often wished to be rich was offered ell Jthe money hejirisjiedj tiri! ;be jrpuld ^pcep), witb-. out a moriuur, the troubles and anxieties ttoet wealth nsHBlly brings. \ Gladly the, man ac cepted, and the gold was delivered to him ; in fonr great barrels. 'He lived the'; lite of .'* prince for a few mouthsy and then the Ute hqdrs and high living generally began to toll, and his liver got ont of order. To make along story short, he got worse and *K-rw, until at lost be had spent all bis moneyliQ a fruitlees search for health. Thie, of court?, was before Bile Beans for Bilioasness were discovered. Mr. M.VA. Roberts, of St. VindS* Street, Port Adelaide, has a different story tojlejj. He Bays : — 'Some Beven or eight years agbll had my first attaok of bilioasness. From, that time lor the next year or two I hud intermit tent attacks of biliousness until foar or five, years ago, when cny appetit...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Household Eiats. The best glass towels are made from old nap kins aud tablecloths. '! Keep big lumps of charcoal in dark, damp corners to purify the air. New kid gloves, if warmad before the fire, may be put on without any difficulty. Beef tea will not prove so monotonons a diet to an invalid if ,t different flavouring is used each day, such «b clove, bayleaf, or celery. When clothing becomes wrinkled from pack ing or other cause, the wrinkles may he re moved bj hanging the garments overnight in a heated room. Spread the clothes ' over a clothes-horse as Btnoothly as possible. To keep tbe face clean without the use of soap, make a little bag of cheesecloth and fill it with bran,- oatmeal, or almond, and when yon wash your faoe use this bag in the place of soap. When the bag is-dried it may be util ised again if tbe meal is almond, but where oatmeal is used it should be renewed every day. All first-class storekeepers Keep 'Whyte's Anti-Cough. Try it for your children ; im mediate rel...

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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

CampteUtown Laya Tennis Club. On Friday last, on the local courts, the prin cipal match of the season was played off. The visitors, who repressnted the Sydney Univer sity, wero Messrs. Curtis (formerly champion player of Australia), Harris, Savage, and Miller, And proved In be a strong combination. For Csmphelltown. Messrs. A. G. Paylen, F. L. Foster, J. H. Pay ten, and F. Cliseold still maintained their unbeaten record for the season and came through the match with additional honor*. Though much of the play of the visitors was excellent — that of Curtis being strong and brilliant — the local team, by con sistent, all-round play, proved stronger still, winning six gets against University's four, with 43 games all. ' A large number of spectators witnessed the match, including several visitors from Csniden. Mrs. Gore provided afternoon tea for all present. On Saturday afternoon, four gentlemen representing Carapbelltown and consisting of Messrs. J; H. Paytcn, F. Clissold, A. G. Payten...

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Paid His Father. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Paid His Fatlwr. A pew yearn ago, an Irish man-eervant of a wealthy gentleman residing some miles from Dublin, wub one day delighted to hear his master say to him : ? '? Wdl, Eaddy my man, I want you to go to the city to-day to bring me a pound of Bnufl.' Faddy was pleased to be sent on this errand, ?' For,' said he, ' I haven't been to the city for an ace of time.' At length, being ready, he received the money for the snuff, aud «ta*ted on his jour ney. When he arriveS in the city, he soon came to the shop at which he had to pur chase the article, and the door being open, Paddy entered. A moukey sitting upon the counter attrac ted his attention. He looked round, but could see no one, so, going up to the monkev be said: eel- /, ' Good morning, yer honor.' Down went the monkey's head as if re-' turning tbe salute. Then, with outstretched hand, Paddy said : ' I want a pound of snuff for the master, and here's the money.' The monkey took the money fiom his hand, and, to Poddy's surpris...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Walking Around the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Wf^Einff Aronnd the 'WQrW. A FfiW weeks ago Campbelltown was visited by the French pedestrian, Mons, Henri Gilr bert, who is walking around theworjd to de cide a heavy wager. That Gilbert is not the only one tbns engaged was shown on Monday last, when, at about 9.80 a.m., a powerfully built young fellow — a Mr, G. M. Schilling — entered the town and reported himself to the council clerk (Mr. Alex. MnnroV ? Schilling's mission is similar to that of Gilbert, H,e has undertaken the task to decide a wngo.r of £1000 made between two of his countrymen (Americans). The agreement drawn up pro vides that Schilling must not' beg nor spend, and has to return home with SOOOdols. He left New York on Angnst 3rd, 1897, and is due there agaiq on August 2, 1901 . Up to date he h«B accomplished abont 14,000 miles, and he feels confident of -being able to finish by contract time, tlinngh now he is some four months behind, Schilling, who hns but one arm, has the following record as an athlete ;— In 189...

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

Defeat. His regiment had been ordered out, and he was saying a fond farewell tn tbe girl he would so soon leave behind him. s ' Bur,' said he, striving to take a cheerful look ahead, ' after it ia all over we will re turn as conquerors, marching to strains of victorious music and triumphant trumpet blasts, and waving our tattled batter flags — er — I mean our flattered battle tags — no ? ' ' You mean battled flatter tags ? ' . ' Battered tattle flags ? ' ' Flattered tattle bags ? ' ' Tattered flattie bags ? ' And then they gave it up.

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

* Bma&amp;&amp;d Sard Muselea. iKJofcn SiinpiOO were not a blaokamith we might nWi»*e*BoMSon lo illude to Urn at the very out- . Aft of jhSsdniilug Botii«ii « blacksmith and MIHauuMrvfe M- important purpose; that, too, withoot bavJnK to'Jput oa uVleathBV fcprun to^U- it. i »wkii£ )m* inll do it )-y fttandbig in front of jbla fotfp lor five tttiouVt while wa M take » look M him. fle m a Jlrong and robuit aaan, as Mr. Dicker's Toe Oargery m-u all liUckamitht 'OURhl to T». Ottg&amp;t to be, I *ar. But in they f --msajpfttterot laptr .No, they are not— sot W mkxft alowth of n»i) rod. ««ow-$tp$o$«hDw 4commota iioaouithWidlimni ^rha-wotk-4iiM-«S|-feclallr*m[atOugh»urroiuidiilgi lodinthf if tffa ktr, are apttoiw vigorous, healthy tettows; tluyareiiupposedso joke *t doptota, «o htve no nae lor ?potheo»ri*-l, «ad even to ncard unaertakert m ihe Up oeuitjr Ot ? distant -ultu«Ts tiiu tie* -a true viewr Are health and lAti mnsclea alwara found together } Take your time to think Muan...

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Blind Musical Students. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

wmmmmmm muiioai*»^t^rs'^mi^Dy^f}))iBa,*mgef* The* w^rt ter« »(-oqt ihr«e yoajri igo; mnd - »s^ for tliHt a^ioUoh% UviBhtiiK on them found »ii our fidvertisirig columns, »ort is a. voiitable wUSical fei«t. Miaa Wvtton is ao exquisite : contr«ltu kinger, in addition to wbiob *he is an «ccon-pUshed vloliiiUte apd pianiBte. Mr, C.-Bartlett,, who ii a fltviitist of no inean order, i8*'hb*|-688eBBor pf Ui Btirr^ Itij5, btfit voice, ftrti3flt|yAH»jb|y induces frqiri hia nudiiiDoe irreaisljble enenrps. As a tenor, Mr. Tftinsh 19 perhaps without ft rival in Australia at the presept . time, Mws Mul vogue possesses a marvellously iBweet soprano voice, The items, UolIi qtassical and oomic, )wv-3 rapt-utous inipressions on each itidi lidqitl in tho audJencB. The company «otnes with an unsullied reputation, and as Camp belltown pu-opls are noted (or their npprccia tioQ Qt real talent, wb feel Bi^re that the studonls will receive a good leoeption, Ad luiesion ib by silver coin.

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

Mi«* M'Glvnn, Qm'cn-ii.. Ottiii|-bt-Htiiwii, luio j tint ojieuicl a fr.fli fiiouk. and is now ?linninK e-mif ni« Haea \a iniUincry. Impoc »i»n iiniti-il.* Do nol {ore* a cow dry, If *V persists )?? niillqnp the wliu'e tinu- let her have her own way hIiuh* if. Hryinq off n persistent milker ri-qtiirrs inor« cure th,'«n. the i^verftge f^il^tr «iU giv«, tfl it. All fir^t-cluss storekeepers K-ep Whyle'e Anti-C-in|tn. Try it fur ymir children ; im mediale relief is gimrantrcd to those using Anti-Unngli. Be wi9f in time ! 'Tis good advice. Man's getVhis rhnm-e bill seldom twice ! And therefore do not lie. Cfljulcil Into neglect of cmigli or cold ! For b(il(i, there i» nn no«(rnm truer Than that of \Yoiid»'r Great Ppppermint ^ure.

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

CaajJljeUtowB. Municipal Ooimoil, Tan ordinary 'fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening last, there being present — Aldermen Barker (Mayor), Gamble, Doyle, Graham, Lynch, and Fowler. The minutes of previous qieeling were read »Dd adopted. \ PORBESPONDENCK. From the Secretary of Railways, re offen sive drajnagr, — The Mayor stated the course of aotion he had taken, and t.he letter was received, on the motion of Aldermen Gamble and Graham. From Mr. S. Bnrsill, forwarding account for £1 4s lid for stores,— Referred, to the finance committee for report, on the motion of Aldermen Grabum and Lynch. From Mr. Henry Willis, re overdue de bentures.— The letter was reeeived, and, ou the motion of /Aldermen Gamble and Fow^ ler, it was decided that the council oh-rk see Mr. Willis concerning the mutter, aud re port at next meeting. From the Board of Health, re adopting more stringent measures with regard to health matters. — Received, on the motion of Aldermen Graham and Fo...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

P«eshytbkian Churoi-. t-»nday morning at 11. evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— KtdigioijB inctructiiu, public school, Thyredsy, 7.30 p.m.— Piayer meeting and choir practire. The Minister may be seen at the Manse m Friday evening*, 7 — 9. Hev. D. Moose, B.A. I '*? piv. B.-Stebl, M.A. (in charge). u WESLKVAK CHUhOII. September 18 -Mr. R. Todd at 3. Bunaay School at 10.30 a.m.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

COKOHBOATIONAL CHCRCH. Sunday Services : Horning at II ; evening at 7 in w.'nt r, 7.30 in summer. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. BpeciHl twice to attract those who attend no church —young men in particular : Last Sunday even ing in the m .nth. Short, bright, interesting address. Sankey'a hymns. pundiy School : Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and friends of scholars arV invited : First Sunday afternoon in the month. JUligious Instruction at Public School ; Every T«e-day morning at 10. Bible Class tor young men and woninn : Automata Wednesday evenings at S. Choir practice at clos». Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on the Wedneadsy evening bef re Communion Sunday. 8er« ice every Sunday afternoon at Arc*dU at 3.30 ??'dock. fcjr. ttjoriTiu mid it?*. G. A. navea, - B &amp;., elurnatel. . Service op alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Jiev. O. A. Rave*, B.A.

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

A pledge of affection — A pawned wedding ring. Gunning is very apt tew outwit itself (re marks .fosh Billings). The man who turned the boat over and got under it tew k«ep out ov the ruiu wuz one ov t liia kind. A man whose wife hud been caressing him with a broomstick, took refuge under the bed, 'Come out, wretch !' yelled the wife. ?? Not if I know it,' said the husband. 'Come from under that bed, villain!' she continued. ?' No, no. I nil) not. I want to prove to you that I can do as I please in my own hoiuo.'

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