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The Health of the Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

The Health of the Town. .The epidemic of infliu-iizi, nhii-h lias raged so violently [n the diatrint during tlie past few wpeks, has. w« btp plpnsed to find, o I most run Us couth1, likewise tho menslcs. Tim latter, thoiitfli looked upon -as being a cnmplaint peculiar tn cliildron. attacked innnr adullf, and, jn s»me Iinme^ pretty sevfrelr. nola^Ij in the ??bbo M Miss Mary Mnllmlland. whoae atUck in described liv ()r. Morion ns beinfj the worst l\n h«d ever BK-ti. Miss Annie Muliiol land lias also bevn affeele,! by tlie cnmplaint. bnt i9 now. tngplher vrilh.her sister, progress ing towards reeovery. Nearly all tlinse wlifl took influenza Imd it in a bad firm, though, forlnniiti-!y iht^rn were no fatal oascB, as in ol her districlR. f''lflH patients vrli.ise nanies have come particularly under nnr notice, and whn ar* onneratolntrd upnn their rwovpry, «xe ?r-Mr. and Mrs. .l«lm Uin-lsford, Mr. J. T«te. Mr- P.— Flitrr-.ft. Mr. D. Ri^lofnrd, Mr. T. L-*i'i-, Mi«s Knte Clifton, and Miff Ti...

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

| ' 11b. Cobhelids O'NeSl, of ]93 Cumberland |-a. Street, Sydney. N.S.W., ii a well-preserved ^; ' tnan«f about 55 years of age. \Ht- vrrived g*,- * In {be polonies bjiob 52 yean «go, ami he a( !^ tributes «n illness tin recently bad to the try 5! - ing oliipnte of Northern Queensland, where gsfc « ffce J-Mr*'o/Hl 4 Hri-^y of -callings *f * faealth %- Impairing -nature kz' To a reporter who recently .interviewed £? * him l|6 staled :— V . *? I have been suffering off «nd on for the f- 1aBtcsev«» years wjtli fever. It wag caused i ' bj Sauip and exposure, »nd the fever was &1- : way* prevalent. The symptoms are cold chills, severe patna across the Ioiiib and in ' '~~ tolerable pains in thV head. I have tad doc tor* and Ivery conceivable patent and other -? '* medicine, but nothtug.gave me the slightest relief. A lady friend of my wife, seeing ine * lyi'B fco prostrate, said, 'Why don't you try Dr. WilliHing* Pink Pills fur Palo People? You know how. badly I suffer from Rheuiu...

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How to Make Poor Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Sow to ICake Foot Sutler* An American duirywoman tells, in tbe Jer sey ' Bulletiu,' what she would do to make poor butter. What she would do (says tha '? Rural Australian') agrees go well with what Borne people are doing that we give it pUcit in our columns. The lady says :— ' [ am not aware that I ever made any poor butter, and for nearly -a score of years butter from my hands has brought the highest price a pound the year round, which is, I think, evidence of its merit. However, were I to set out to make poor butter, the first thing I should do would be to let the milk (if set in pang) stand until it was covered with white Bpots, and the next would be to allow the cream to remain until it was a mass of fermentation before churn ing. Thpn, if the thermometer showed about 70 deg. when inserted in tbe cream, and the churn smelted decidedly cheesy, I should know I 'was on the right track. When the butter had ' come' in a soft ' squashy' mass, I would take it out of the churn and make ...

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

FRANK F. BRYCE, Esq., Comes 16,000 Miles After Health. ? M — : — : ? Searches in Vain till he finds CLEMENTS TONIC. (BY OUR SPECIAL BEPORTEB.) Our reporter knocked at No. 31 Hanner ?treet, Sydney. A gentleman opened the door. 'Do I speak to. Mr. Bryce!' askod our reporter ' You do,' answered that gentleman. '. Well, I liave heard that you experienced A Great Recovery of your health by the lite of Clements Tonic,' 'I did, and you are welcome to the fullest information I can give you. I con sider the way Clements Tonic effected a cure iu my Lone-standing; Case aa something little less than miraculous. I was ill for a very long time. Aa a matter of fact, I came out from Scotland, of which country I am a native, with a view to Improve my Hearth, but I «m sorry to any that the sea voyage aud change had but a temporary effect. Of coune, as you may Bee, I am iu Excellent Health now, and cau attend regularly _t» my duties with the Company l-y whom I am engaged. But once I was alwuys fullii'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

RETURN THANKS. MRS. MORRISON desires to return sincere thanks to her many kind friends for floral tributes, cards, and letters of condolence sent on the occasion of her recent sad bereavement. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL- TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 1899.

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

?^k^t#i$i&'rW^ia^leyi^ snide ittUioui oils; ? Ip order that the«B«rudejpifi : ' iSffiSftS may not be taken for our purf, Volatile Saoaiypti '' '-'S;^!^ 5o»41aaBnivSffittt**f ^mfina»r1ettifaiatRru». - '-; ????;:: VS .Thirmaeoloiij' at BonUj -and Protees»rt-r. Mossier, '? ' .? ' Clrectorof^e MW-o»l'CMnM st QTiefi^ald, that '?-^ only prpducUihrt are saturated with oiyften and ??- ?''? ; * ^^»f^i,^«iturMabmri^t^@«ah»(.^-» -^ .- ;:- tot to. JPrtmiry diBtUlaUon, %U1 ^evdbpiheitna, ' ' V liveijuslities projJarto M$ ipi!ao!tWa.H«rude*il8. ; or fio.called Euoalyp-i Extrabts.'are 4o i)e clamd ' «BCpri«nRtoth-iuwea»ttthorities,»njpngtbet»r- ' - '' pBnUnee, which are abandoned long since as an in ternal ihedicamimt. These crude oils, or »o-caUe4 Eucalypti Eitr-cte, are dUcernib|o:—_ -Jt''-: ' _ ' 1. By their deficiency in pungent Odor (which oar produot, the only genuine Euoalyptl Eitract, ' develnpg most freely ibnough it* eurjilus oxygen 2. By their albunolio, Uitn, and mdble appearan...

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Death of Mr. M. Morrison. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Death of Mr. M. Morrison It is with feelings of very deep regret that we chronicle the death of Mr. Michael Morrison, which sad event took place at his residence, Menangle road, Campbelltown, at about four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon last. Mr Morrison, who for ten or twelve years occupied the position of caretaker on the Sydney Water Supply Canal, was an old resident of the dis trict, well known, and respected by all classes of the community. His illness, which took   the form of an incurable internal complaint, extended over since three years, and though he suffered much, he bore his trials with Christian fortitude. Mr. Morrison was a conscientious straight forward-man, and was also possessed of many other good qualities, and his death is therefore very much regretted. He was 43   years of age, and leaves a widow and two children to mourn their loss.   The funeral took place on Friday afternoon,   and was numerously attended. T...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 September 1898

Local and General For hacking or whooping cough use Whyte's Anti-Cough. The quarterly licensing court will be held at Campbelltown on the 8th proximo. The East Minto public school was opened on Monday week last, with Mr. Sutton in charge. Mr. Cook has decided to bring before the public of England the advantages offered to young men by the Hawkesbury Agricultural College. As will be seen from an advertisement in   another column, the tea-meeting to be held in aide of St. peter's Church will take place of Thursday, October 27th.   A meeting of those interested in the sports to he held at Campbelltown on November 9th will he held to-morrow (Thursday) evening. It is hoped there will be a good attendance. A change in the composition of the staff of teachers at the Campbelltown and Narellan pnblic schools has been made. Miss Hall, of Campbelltown, and Mr. W. Bruce, of Narel lan, exchanging places.     An exchange has heard of a farmer in...

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THE FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY OF N.S.W., UNITED. SYDNEY, September 19, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

THE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE COMPAN? OF N.S.W., LIMITED. Sidney, September 19, 1898. Butter, creamery, per lb., 9d „ factory, 8d to 844 „ first quality, dairy, fls 6$d to 7jd „ . second quality, dairy, 6d Bacon, be»t hand-cured fifd to Oil Bacon, best machine cured, Od to 6d Bacon, best heavy and rough, 6Jd Hams, best band-cured, 74d to 8Jd Hams, machine cured, 7Jd to 8£a Lard, 4JJ to 6d Cheese, first quality, £d to .1}d „ second quality, 4d to 4Jd . Honey, 2d to 2&d Hides, perlb.,2idlo4d Calf-skins, eucb, 9d to 2s Od Flour, first quality, per ten, £13 0s 8a te £13 10a Flour, second quality, £12 5s Maize, per bushel, new, 2s 4d to 2s 6d ' Wheat, 3s Od to 4s 6d Chaff, per ton, £3 10i 0d to £4 0s Od Barley, Cape, 3s Od to 3s 3d Rye grate seed, p' r bush., 6s Od to Ss 6d . Cocksfoot grass seed, per bush., 9s to 9» 6d Bran, 7-» to 7Jd Pollard, 7J to 74-1 Oats, aped, 2s 8d to 2s 10J Oats, feed, 2a 6d to 2s 9d Onions, per ton, £16 0s 0d to £19 0s Od. Meadow Hay, £6 fie Potatoes, £7 1...

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Commercial. GAMBLES WEEKLY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Gonuu6rci&l- GAMBLE'S WEEKLY 8 ALES. T-hoB. Gamble reports good bntinets this week,, butter and egga being very plentiful and in fair de mand. Good prises were realised f-* bacon and fowls, which are scarce. The following prices were oblni&ed : — Butter, from 4d to 8d. Eggs, Hd to Md. Bacon, 6d to 61 Honey, 2d to 3d. Oranges, scarce, to 9d small box. Lemons, 6d to9d small box. Passion fruit, 4d 10 6d small .box. Green peas, 9d to Is per peck. Swede turnips, Is to Is 3d doz. bunches. White „ 6d to 9d ? „ Pumpkins, Is 6d to 2s per doz. Citron melons, 9d to U por doz. Chaff (prime local), 3a to Ss 6d per cwt. . - ,, medium, 2? to 2s 6d per cwt. Chaff bags, 2s to 3s per dozen. , -Corn ' „ 2s to 2b 9d „ Fowls, 2s 9d to 44 pair. Ducks, 2h 6d to 3a „ Horses, 42s to 76s.' Saddles and bridles, £2. Buggie8,-from £8 10s. -Sundries and furniture also brought good prices.

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Letter to tlie Editor. Sib, — I must once more usk your indulgence to allow me a few . lines to express a hope that ' Lux' feels better after that last little effort. I wish to state here that my motive for writing in tbe fii6t instance was merely to correct what I thought was a mistake, but) which, in tlie light of later events, I now be lieve was done with a not very creditable object. However, as that has failed, I am quite content to let lh-3 matter rrst. I have ho wish to prolong a correspondence which can have no good result and only tempt ' Lux' to further expose his bad disposition and mean spirit to the public gaz--. It is of no cousequence whether ' Lux' claimed a. certain position or not, it belongs to him all the same, and there is no other candidate likely to offer while he remains in the dis trict. Furthermore, apologies or good breed ingjs the last thing that anyone would ex pect from ' Lux' after reading his various* effusions. In conclusion, I may say that if ' Dbx'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

? :.??????' :.-:, Irtsbperlanv^^Pbiiio-* .;- '-V-'^ V^'v . . . . Dirnetic— Antidyspeptic . ;'??--'? ??V'K ,./.'X ?:..'? v.-jV«wif; »!?..?._ ?:?:'????:?'? . .'? .:? js-;/ ^»;Inv|g6rajtingiOpir^ialjij;'.- . - ?'.-', r ':':?' Its «xtraordinBry iiedipinat pfficacy In the ? ordinary cases orobstructionih the Kidney b; Bladder, and Urinary Organ* T. ^ ' W^^0a&£ii£r-\ ;?.,:: .;:;; .? -?,...-?? ? . ? .- . - ' . '? ?? . ? - y^ ? ?. _ . (whether acute or chronio) is acknowledged ???'? li-nibyAlie.wTiolo' Medical 'Facility.' . ~-}\ ? Important Testimonial ?; from the Resident Physician - Sydney Hospital. / ' I hug to state that I have, with the per mission, of the Honorary Physicians, given Wolfe's Sohsappb , to several patients in our wards. ' I bnve no lii'siteiinu iu stating that'! consider it a most excellent diuretic and' of great value in Cardiac find Renal affections, and I believe it will eventually supersede all other spirits in the treatment of the above complaints.' . Ask fu...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Looal flad General1. Tender* for several foad^olitrapts 'close ^ to 4t?e. V. .Wi^ees1 liew-a^vt. requires *t ? *0«r-F; X.C ,::-r-::- '''-^'^^ '.?-?''- -'''^'- - - : The iear SG59L-i»rig&rdiBir lo the Jewish ^leudar,\«ommen^ on }FK|i»y flvening last. . Hastings and MocIoaye|eqtiDn.---CBnaidateB, MfSswipi Barloii:*nd^S; ^niith i^pUifigf ayyi ?Frjday, SSrd^OB^ T;^ w ? :^^p£ }'O \.;: ?' ''Fifty thousand 'people arc homeless in the British' island of Barbadoea, and 41,000 are wjthpnt shelter *r ifood^io^. yincerjt;r __j i :. Bating the cycling races on the .Sydney. Cricket Ground on Saturday last, ten riders fell, nad Tooher dit-d from. ilia injuries he re ceived. ........ The nieasles epidemic is still with us. The malady has visited Mr. Joseph Sherack's house-, hold, one of the children developing a serioiiB attack. . On Sunday lent, the morning and evening services «l St. Peter's Chnrch were conducted by Mr. H. Oliver andCRuv. C. J. King re spectively. .-' ? : The Camden A.H. ...

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A Handy Drug. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

A Sandy Drug1. While a drove of bullocks was being driven through a country town one of the animals stopped, and notwithstanding all the efforts of the drover, wonld not move on its way. A chemist who happened to seethe affair went up to the bullock and injected a drag down its throat, which made the animal career down the street like a mad thing. About five minutes afterwards the drover entered the chemist's shop, wiping the sweat off bis brow, and asked the shopman if be was the party who gave the bullock tho medicine. — ' I am;' said the chemist. ' Weil,' said Pat, 'shure and O'll take a pennyworth of it, as Oi bare to follow the baste.'

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Postal Ssfsmatum. Uuu are despatched from Camphelltown as under : — Sydney and North, 10.15 a.m., 3 p.m., and 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. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same time as Oamden. MiDto, 10: 15 a.m., Sundays eicepted. Inglehutn, 10.16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Qranville, 3 p.m. and 9p.m., Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. 1 Wtdderbum,. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, II a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., 8aturd»ys 6.30 p.m., Sunday* j_. excepted, ''' Douglas Park, eame time as Picton. . - Uenangle, 10 a.m._, Sundays c-iCLptcd. Appin, (t p.m., Saturdays 6.30 a.m., Sundays ex. cept*ii.' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

A Change of 'Weather. AFFECTS HEALTH VERY OFTEN.-- A CASE IN POINT. When we are sick, we are susceptible to changes in alinoBt everything, temperature, water, diet,, clothing, occupation, and in fact there is nothing that agrees with a sick man, —with one very important exception — tbe cura tive remedy for his ailment. : When a doctor advises a given temperature in a sick room, special foods for diet, certain drinks for thirst, it is only for the time re quired for his medicine to restore the body to its normal condition . There is nothing the matter with the weather, there is no less virtue in the good, solid food the patient formerly used ; but the condition of bis system is not equal to them. Change of weather to a sick man means much — perhaps life itself — while to the physically sound man it means but little. There are no organs of the body more sus ceptible to sudden changes of weather than weak kidney?. Can you tell when your kidnsys are weak 1 Nine times out of ten when you...

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Butter Seven Months.Old. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Butter Seven Months. Old. Recently at the Singleton Creamery and Batter Factory, proprietored by Messrs. Jas. Moore and Co., some butter was opened op which had beemtored in the cooling chambers since last February. On being examined, the butter was found to be just as fresh as the day it was made, and none the worsa for its seven months' storage. The incident shows the pitch to which the butter industry has reached, and also that Messrs. Moore and Co. are well to the front iu the van of progress. — Singleton Argus.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The peony postage area embraces the following towns :— Appio, Bringelly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Olen&eia,' Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, ' Mount .Hunter, Mulso. Narellan, The Oaks, Piclon, Prestons, Thirltni.re, Wallace, Werombl, and Wilton. Out side these distances the postage Is 2d half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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A Dread Foe. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

A Dread Pod. In uncivilised countries if s man makes an £n-?my,''he has to be constantly on the qui viv-5 night and day lest. his foe.como npon him un awares and kill him. In this enlightened land of onrs thu law looks oat that such things do not occur. There are some things, however. that neither civilisation or the law can prevent. Even to-day an unoffensive citizen may be set upon suddenly and almost without warning by Bflme dread disease. Influenza is especially prominent at this time of the year, and it sets upon its victims in au alarmingly sndden manner. It is in reality au aggravated form of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of the whole system,, and may be cured by Bile Beans, at a cost of 9£d and Is l£d per box. These Beans can be obtained at all chemists, or direct from tlie Australian depot, 39 Pitt-street, Sydney. Six large boxes for 6s. Ordinary colds, it is well known, ^are caused by the congestion of the blood, which, as a rule, is most pron-inen\ in the head ...

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Death Through Laughing. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Death Through Laughing. At Pambula recently, a young married man named Ernest Gardiner, a farmer, who has been residing at South Pambula for some years, broke a blood vessel during a fit of laughing and died a few minufcea afterwards. Deceased was a strong, powerfully-built man, and was just recovering from an attack of influenza.

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