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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Church .Services. CliirwH *» EmoIiUd.— 81. Potir*^ - i ?s/:-l$\':ys&!ni£j&,'fMfatwitotik.' \ ?'-?''. ?^T'- — ' ' ; j H H0I7 Comnmi.ion s Pint Sundi* in the tnoDth it '???;.? tnumlngtervict; 3rd Sunday, 7,tf a.m., except '. , In the nionUii ot Jon«, .Tuly, «nd August. On ;'y^-~t1ii&ijfe*aaa*v!u&&., '- ?. ?.':??? - ^-,'s^ '?;:?? Friday rShsrt service at' 3.30 p.m., »nd Bible ?'-''?I.- ? cU«a. - ? ?? :.:--' ' ? ?'; ? ? -.'.-. -- ? ????? .?' '. ''? -T. ???-..-. R«v. T. V. Autuj,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Appin in the Spring Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Appia in the Spring Time. As Appin is so often abused and called a ' dead hole,' I, a lover_of the poor ill-used place, would like to say a word in favor of it. Anyoue not admiring Appin cannot be an admirer of the beauties of Nature, for which the little village is noted. Certainly the town itself is not very attractive, with its tumbled-down houses and deserted ap pearance generally, but for magnificent scenery it cannot be equalled by many places. Just at this season of the year, when all is wearing its brightest and freshest dress, it is lovely to behold. The late rains have caused the grass to grow green and luxuriant, making the earth to appear as if covered with a rich carpet ; the sturdy old oaks are bursting into leaf, tbe golden wattle blossom (intermingled with the dark green foliage) meets the eye on every hand, the clematis, or what is commonly called *' wedding vine' (I -do not know who could resist being married when such lovely blossoms are so plentiful) is climbing ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

ttOMUI CaTUDUC CttVMH. ? Bund»y: Firrt Man, 8.80 a.m. ; second Mtu, 11 ?.m.; Vespers, et«.. 7.80 p.m. . . H61y day* of Obligation : Mast, 9 ».m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Bev. J. Ddxni.

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Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

fcaiiU ©e^tfl Court. *: Vtatfcr; JiBtfH; SBfitoiBiBB.'r BsFOftEtho police magistrate (Mr. T.E.Mbc-; .K^iB):»na?*ir^,fl^y|qU»1:3.P/v^;;.?^?^-;^i LJk ' ? ,; '; ; . WOMEIHO^If KB°tiM£. ^fefK In thiacaBe, S, Pickering Bought to recover from SrPel'ljival ieiO, for damage to growing crons bv rjiiri. ?_ ,..:l; ^asI--' '??? ? '? '-? '.J-7~. ~ ;, 00)? J. PassraorejippeaTed ror deft-ndant, pUintiff conducting his own case. ; -: : / In h:s evidence plaintiff fisid that he oocn pied certain property at Inglebnrn— :16 aoreg. jn extent, tliB_wholu of which was uhder culti ratioD ; in 'Btarch last ho bad «ix awes of sorghum (6ft. high) and two of maiee (also Cft. in height),whil8t there. were a number of pniiip-, kin -and melon vines intermixed-; defendant'e slaughter-honse was distant some 300 jards ; on the I7tb March be found that six small pigs' had got amongst his v.rop--, and, believing that (hey belonged tn defeudaut, he asked him to see -them ; defendant said he would, but did not 'do so u...

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

IHMiFORMS ? . a. . May be obtained at the office of this paper ; Id each. . . The Sydney Macintosh Co. 198 PITT-STREET. Dealing Direct with the Manufacturers. Our New Season's Goods. A Grand Show Boom. Mkn's Macihtoshes: No. 1, 21s; No. 2, 26s; No. 3, 3I-« j No. 4, 35s ; No. 5, 4-a ; Special, 60s ; ?Extra Quality, b5b. 8hapes: Centennial— Sleeve- leaE, deep all round cape ; Oxford— Coat adjust able capes, with sleeves. Ladibs' Macintoshes, Black or Tweed, from 36s. Bora' and Youths' from 15s 6d. Quaran'eed eewn throughout, made to order, de livered caniage paid to any part of the colony on .receipt of chest measurement over ordinary coat, length required, ind P.O.O. orcbeque. Patterns and self-measurement instructions Bent free by leturn on application. When visiting Sydney inspect our reliable o!i raate proof Macintosh und water proof Materials at 198 Pitt-street (between Her Majesty's and the Lyceum Theatres). .te^J THE STUD. /'\WNERS nf Stud HoreHB are advised that ^ the Cainpbei...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

CoNOBBGiXIOMAI. ChDECH, Sunday Buvioes : Morning at 11 ; craning at 7 in wmt r, 7,80 in summer. . pommunion j Firet Sunday in tbe month at morn - ' ingttrvicft. SneciaTimice to attract those who attend no church . — young men in particular : .Last Sunday even ing in the month. Short, bright, interesting address. Sante-'» hymns, Sunday School :. Every Sunday afternoon at 3. 'Singing Sunday,' when parents and friends of scholars are invited : Pint Sunday afternoon in the month. » Religious Xnitruotion at Public School : Every , Tuesday morning at 10. Bible Class for voting men and women J . Alternsto Wedmsdty evening* at 8. Choir practice at close. ' Regular Monthly Church Meeting : At 8 o'clock on »he Wedneadaf evening bef *u Communion Sunday. : Settles every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. Bkerritt and Kev. G. A. Raves, B A., alurnetely. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Ker. O. A. Raves, B.A.

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

Gleafleld. The «ftvnnth annual meeting of the Glenfield Cricket CJub wbb held in Blinnmn's Hall on Saturday evening, the 10th inst. Mr. A. Blinraan presided. The secretary's report f ho wed that the club was in a prosperous condition. The following officers were elected for the ensuing yenr : — Patron : Mr. .Mm Kidd, M.L.A. President: Mr B. Drynau. Vice-presidents : Drs. Pirie and Birch, Captvin Linlilater, Messrs. C. A. Scrivener, Abel, T. Slouombe, A. Bliiiman, and R. Thompson. Hon. secretary : Mr. W. J. Linklater. Hon. treasurer : Mr. A, Blinmnn. Selection committpo : Mrssrs. H. Jackson, J. Pudrota, an-1 W. J. Linkluter. For affections of the chest and lungs, uso Whjte'd Auii-Cougb.

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The Policeman's Cross-Examination. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

The Policeman's Orosa-Ezamiaatioa. Some time ago a large factory, fitted with the jnpst modern appliances, including the electric: light, caught fire, and despite the most strenu obb efforts of the fire brigade, was almost de molished. The following morning a newly-appointed member of the force was sent to the spot, with a view of ascertaining bow the fire originated. - After closely interrogating the manager of the factory, ho aeked to see the man who was responsible for the electric light. The manager stated that the electric switches were under bis control. P.O. : ' Then yon are the man that lights up the electric affair 1' . Manager : '* That is so.' - P.C. (bubbling over with excitement) : *' Now, be careful how you answer my next question, 'cob if it ain't satisfactory, it will be took as evidence against ye : When yon lighted tne electric ligbt last niglit, where did you throw the match ?' ; The world owes us all a living, jet no man can collect the debts Unless he pulls off ...

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

: Health mA Bard JMuBolea. Py--. I* JpUnSimMQnjrere not a blacksmith we might ^st-t-h«Te;«b-i^-in io UluVe to him at the verr. Ootr ^_jrfj^ .wnttog. ' 'Sot Iw is.'. .» ;b-oUinia and Stilhoutiarinl^toVut on tys lesthMapran *o do it. ^33^a.4ifl *' wul .do^tLjby-.iitattAin^iiiiront oC^lIs iir«te?orfi'»e«uliiuti» while we eJltake'a look at a-ioVen.'« Joe flargery WM:~a» sll blaoksmitha1 ought to te. Ought to be, I gay. But *«a th»y f .-f-aiainatterol'iaotr No, the; ire not— not by 4nanv*lttnfft}i of , noil rad.-~. ?-,:'. ^ .- .y.'. - ??:'. V. Now it 1» eotnehow a common notion that all men; who work hart, especially amid lough surroundings end m tbeiresh air, are apt to be vigorous, kestthy. (ellowe j *h»y kie supposed to joke : «t doctors, to have no use for apothecaries, and even to regard undertakers as the neoeuity Of a distant ful are. Is this view a true view? Are health and hard muscles, always found together 1 Tike ^our. time, to think. Meanwhile we will hear what Mr. Bimp sod h...

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A New Use for Maize Stalks. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

A Not Use for Maize Stalks. The possibilities of (he maize plant aa a source of food for man and beast, aside from its oilier almost innumerable oses, are some what astounding when the figures are looked into. An American says that tbsre is no question that the cornstalk, the hard, woody, fibrous portion of the stalk, will furnisli all the rations that are used for feeding horses by all the Continental armies. Nothing else is re quired. They can be seat to the field in a bag or as pressed cake, ready for use, with si! the nitrogenons substance required. No hay or other feed is necessary. The moat useful insect is the silkworm. It is estimated tost 5,000,000 persons gain a live lihood by raising the norms. The little I have seen of the world and know of the history of mankind, teaches me to look upon the errors of others in sorrow, not in anger. — Longfellow. Porons glass is one of the latest novelties. The holes are so small that neither draught nor dust follows its use, and yet the...

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

Six Years' Indigestion! Wasted Money trying to get Relief, with out avail. Four Bottles of Clements Tonic Restored his Natural Health. Kn. Chables Willis, Carpenter, Murrum burrah, N.S.W., writes on September 8tb, 1897 :— 'I feel much pleasure in testifying to the merits of Clements Tonic as a certain cure -for indigestion. For more than six years I, suffered from the above complaint. I wasted a great deal of money on various medicines, some of which gave relief for a time, but the symptoms would return again, and T would suffer the same pains over again. I coumenoed to take Clements Tonic about eight months ago. I took about four bottles, when I found myBelf cured. I never felt in better health all uiy life since I took Clements Tonic. I now enjoy my food, sleep well, and' am quite free from pain. — Yours very truly, tJHAS. WILLIS, M^rrumburrfth, N.S.W.' SANDEB & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTEA' T. Underthc distinguished patronage of lfi» Majesty the King of Italy, as per communicati...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. . A second-hand press— -Hugging: a widow. The title of Mayor comes from theFrericlu \ ? Diamonds have been discovered in fallen meteors. True charity does not give what ' is asked, but what is needed. To see wrong done and keep silence, is tacitly to be implicated. All those who pass through the door to success will find itNabelled 'Push.' A single oyster in one season will produce 1,000,000 young oysters. ,. - Chess was of military origin and known in India before the Chris tian era. The longest continuous land line of telegraph in the world is across Australia. ? - It is computed that each year 146,000,000 falling stars add to t^g earth's bulk. It is said of a fashionable young - ififtan that he never paid anything but a compliment. r^.? it^siJorStihe fleyil- -to get into con ??'?;?' versation with him. The first dictionary was compiled by Paout She, a Chinaman, who lived about 1100 B.C. The eyes of birds that fiy by night are generally about double the size of...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Rattwiy idfemfttioa. SYDNEY-CAMPBELVTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day $er»ioe : Le»w Sydney, '!'. ArriviCrtiiWn. 9.80 a.m. 10,49 a.m. 10.35 12.24 f 6.15 ?-?'? «.05 ?*' f 5.18 -? 6.43 6.60 6-23 t 9.00 9.09 11.30 1-00 a.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.17 pjn. 2.28 8.28 6.10 . 7.17 Iipare Clown . Arrive Sydney. * 4.43 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.4C 8.39 9.38 10.42 ... 12.10 p.m. 12.30p.m. 2.05 3.88 4.45 4.00 5.44 8.33 10.12 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. ?-??— J9.«ri,B, ? lli)5«.tn. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 7.16 9.00 9.59 9.80 11.01 Leave C'fcown. Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.85 9.14 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 fi-42 8.30 10.05 t Saturdays excepted. * Mondays escepted CAMRBBLLTOWJi-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. Leave Ctown. Arr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.35 a.m. 8.60 9.25 10.55 11.35 t 3.83 p.m. 4.13 p.m. Leave Oatnden. . ArriveCtown. 1 C.50 a.m. 7.25 a.m. 7.55 6.30 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 8.30 p.m, t 5.50 G.80 i 7.50 8.80 ?f Sat'dayaonly. ? Sat'daysexcep'-d. J Mon days...

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

Ton can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your general pilnting ; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give Ihe newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business punting to execute. The newspaper men needs it, and it helps to pay fur the thousand and one free notioes he giveB - on and your town ; but don't give it to the travelling canvoSBer, who c»n give you no sucb re- tulfn, and ie spmding neith r lime, money, nor' brains in helping you to build up your district. TheW line mBy come when a newspaper may live simply upon the revenue derived from the subscrip tions' arid advertisements, but do ordinary news paper in any ordinary town ciin mist without auxiliary support derived from yeneral printing. Therefore, if you wnnt s good newspaper— one that will (till help your town— give it ell your pilnting,

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

The Testimony of Mrs. MARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, Cuildford, near Sydney. (GIVEN TO ODB EIFOKTUu) Our reporter recently met with Mrs. Margaret Hawkeg, accoucheuse and none, near Guildford Station (N.S.W.), who ad ministers to the wants of the district. Mrs. Hawkes is well-known and greatly liked the whole country round. She received our reporter most affably and said, ' I have Repeatedly Recommended and prescribed Clements Tonic for my patients, and it certainly was of great benefit in every case where I advued it* use. I have invariably found,' she continued, ' dements Tome to be A Reliable Remedy, and particularly useful in restoring the strength of ladies after their confinements. The system then is much weakened, and t* neglect to give a restorative is «, serious mistake. Before I beoame acquainted with the benefits to be derived from the use of Clements Tonic I tried many of those so called strengthening remedies and other rubbish the makers call ' tonics,' but I found they w...

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Birthday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Birthday Sports. A hektino of gentlemen interested in the sports to take place locally on Prince of Wales' Birthday, was held 011 Friday evening last, Aid. Tlios. Gamble in the chair. Mat ters in connection with the sports were dis cussed, after which the meeting adjourned till Monday erening, on' which occasion there was a very good attendance, the Mayor presiding. The business transacted included the appointment of secretary (Mr. Fred. Sheuther being given the position), and the drawing up of a programme. The result is given in our advertisement ii- spottier column. The gathering promises to be, an usual, a great success.

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What Paddy Would Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

What Paddy Would Do. A cebtaik Paddy Born, with a number -of others, was discussing what they would do in case they were shipwrecked far out at sea with out even a plank to get ashore on, the other day while going over to Manly. After the others bad told what they would do, Paddy's turn came. ' You're a selfish lot,' he said ; ' ye'd all be afther savin' yersilves an' not savin' any of the others. Oi'd do it different. Oi'd shwim ashore an' save miself first, an' then Oi'd eliwim out again an' save the rist of yez !'

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Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 16th September, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Postal Slid Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, lClh September, 1898. Sir, — I am directed by the Postmsster General to inform you that the communication dated the 8th inst., from the council clerk, Campbelltonn, presented by you upon the sub ject mentioned below, is under consideration, and that a further communicating respecting it will be addressed (o yon as soon as a decision 1ms been arrived at in the matter. — I haw, etc., S. H. Lahbton, Deputy Postmaster-General. To J. Kidd, Esq., Sydney. Subject : That steps be taken to have the asphalt in front of. the Post Office at Catup belltown repaired.

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New System of Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

XTew System of Ensilage. Mb. D. J. M'Lean, manager of the firm of. Messrs. J. Ireland, Newcastle, has on view a sample of ensilage, preserved by Mr. W. L. Boyce, of Loohinvar (says an exchange). Wheat and lucerne are in the sample, pre served at their Natural green state. The system overcomes the prickly pear nuisance by converting it into good wholesome food for cattle. Mr. Boyce has made prickly pear enBilage for three years in succession, and finds that cattle thrive well on it. In the preparation adopted by Mr. Boyce, circular cemented pits are used, so that a pressure of 401b. per square foot meets the requirements.

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Deserved It. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

DDSwrwdlt. An anecdote is related of Marshal SuvuronV; gresl^ distiuguished hiroielf |fo|b|i^aflf|g series orwhimsibal^UBstiona,l)utfdunl*itn m ready-witted as he had proved himself to *' How many fish are there in the seaTi Mfced SuvurOff . .; - ~* ~'x 'All that are not caught yet,' wai the. answer. -' ? . ? '.', ' '.:? answer. . . ; ? ' How far is it to the moon ?' ' Two of your excellency's forced marches/' ' What would you do if you saw your men giving way in 'battle V ' I'd tell them there was a waggon load of whisky just behind the enemy's lines.' ' Bafflled at all points, the Marshal ended with, ' What's the difference between your colonel and myself ?' ' My colouel cannot make me a lieutenant, bat your excellency has only to say the word.' 41 1 say it now,' answered Suvuroff, ' and a right good officer I'm sure you'll bp.'

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