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

Official Correspondence. Mh. John Kidj-, M.L.A., has kindly sent as the fuiluwiug for publication : — Department of Public Works, -- Sydney, Sept. 17, 1898. Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the re ceipt of letter of the 3rd instant, presented by yon from tlie council clerk, Campbelltoiro, re bridges on road Campbelluiwn to Livorpool. and to inform you that a farther communica tion will shortly be made to yon, this being merely an intimation that your letter has been received. — I have, etc., Rout. Hickson, Under-Secretary and Commissioner for Roads. John kidd, Esq., M.P.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Department of Public Works, Sydney, September 17, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Department of Public Works, Sydney, September 17, 1898. Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge tbe re ceipt of letter of the 5lh inst., proseuted by you from the council clerk, Catnpbelllown, re stormwater drain, Dnmaresque-street, Carnp belltowD, and tn inform yon that a further cjmmumcation will shortly be made to yon, this being merely an intimation that your let ter has been received. — I have, etc., Robt. Hickpon, Undcr-Sucrotary and Commissioner for Roads. John Kidd, Esq., M.P. .

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Department of Public Works. Sydney, Sept. 17, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Department of Public Works. Sydney, Sept. 17, 1898. Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the re ceipt of letter of tbe 3rd instant, presented by yon from the council ulerk, CainpboMtown, re road Campbelltowii to Picton (condition of bridges thereon), and to inform rou that a further communication will shortly be made to you, this being merely an iutimation that your letter has been received. — I have, etc., „-- — Robt. Hickson, Under-Secretary and Commissioner for Road?. John Kidd, Esq., M.P.

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

Wesleyan Chcbch. September 3S -Mr. VV. W. Smart at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SI. 1898.

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

pRESBYTBttlAH ChUECH. Sunday morning at It, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.31). Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thuisday, 9 a.m.— Ki-ligioua instruction, public school. Thursday, 7 SO p.m. — Pi ay ex meeting arid choir (.tactile. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening', 7—9. Rev. D. Muoke, B.A. Ksv. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge}.

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Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

CompbsUtown Lawn Tennis Club. Tub teams of the above club each added an other motel) tn (lit) lint of ilinjr wins for this di'sson by defeating the Liverpool players on tlii-ir own grounds. Fmir ladii-s. Misses Pbj tou, Goru, Kiiid, and May Rudri, aconmpanied l-y a few spectator*, journeyed t-i that (own during t lie morning and defeated a local four ? Misses Biisley, Aslimift; Brooke, and Long — by 72 games tn 20, In tlie Afternoon, Messrs. F. ClissMd, J. H. Payt.-n, O. Snlli von, and A. O. Piiyli'n nUo disputed of four Liverpool pli3erF, viz, M'tur*. A., It., nnd F. Unodinun, and Meg^it, liy defeating them by 51 gmuen to 19. Players and visitor* were ulilii* hospitably enteriaiiicil liy the members of the Liverpool club, who dis|iensi-d an admirable lunclii'-iii and likewise afternoon refreshments in n oiiuveuient and cuiniiM'dions neighboring ball.

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

piGS !— T. Gamble will s-Il at his Yards, ?*- to-day (Wednesday), 6 Fine Young Pigs. HOUSES. . rp GAMBLE will offer at his yards, Qucen -*-? street, to-day (Wkdnebdat), ot 4 p.m., 1 Good Plough Horse ; 2 Good, useful, light Harness Horses.— ;No Reserve. Mothers, do not neglect your children in time of need. Try Whyte's Anti-Cough, *?'__.? . ' ' *

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Every fair-minded and honorable 'elector in the colony, whether he pinned his Federal faith to Mr. Reid or Mr. Barton at the general election, can only view with humili ation and irritation the unconstitu tional conduct of Mr. Young, the Minister in charge of the money spending department of the State, in taking an active part in the con test at the Hastings and the Macleay and pointing out the superior qualifications of Mr. Syd ney Smith as a departmental log roller and roads and bridges repre sentative. Mr. Young pointed out in every speech he delivered that Mr. Smith could obtain more Government money for the elec torate than Mr. Barton could influence, and, therefore, he ad vised the electors, indirectly, to accept Mr. Smith with departmen tal patronage, and reject Mr. Bar ton with no pickings from the pub lic purse in his keeping. There is only one definition of this conduct on the part of a responsible Minis ter, and it is a very ugly one. It is the duty of every newspaper in ...

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

Klondyke Prioes. Only a few men make their fortunes at Klondyke. Wages are coming down, and provisions are .dear. Baths 10s, shaving 4s 2d, meals 10s, drinka and cigars 2s each, en trance fee to a sparring exhibition £1 12s, eggs 12s per dozen ; fare over a bridge across the Klondyke Kiver, lUUtt. long, :2s ; oranges 4s each ; labor, from 25s to £3 per day ; ice 5d per lb., pure water 2s a bucket, new pota toes 4s per lb.. fresh meat 4s per lb., flour from 15s to £2 n sack. There are thousands of penniless men in the country, and wages will be less than 25s a day before the noict bbbsou close?. Technioul education is the secret of Ger man industrial succesB. They have even schools for shoemakers. Washing is done in Japan by getting into » boat and letting the garments drug after the boat by a long rope. ' It is 'Stated that a piano-maker in Rou inaniu proposes to send an instrument to the PariB Exhibition of 1900 that can be heard six miles away. True happiness consists in finding t...

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

1^. ; THEIR : CJbNSKQTJBNOBB A3U- €UHB. _? ij$:- V^-\- '? '' -A Medical Extract.) ?:? ; r ,\^ t '';;V known tnedicsl writer) which tias had a .; . ? peculiar i nscination for me.' la these colo v: ? ? niet at the present time we have had (and ;'' ?; still h»ve) a fearful epidemic of measles, io ' ? ' floPDZ»1%8oarlet and typhoid levers. Mbasles ; - and infiueui* have been especially rampant, , and their dangerous and, frequently, fatal ,. , nftor-effecU are everywhere noticeable. ;. Measles induce bronchitis, pneumonia, io : ; Damnation of the lungs, scrofula, deafness, more ejes, and other diseases, while InflneDEa , ends in prostration and hrairt disease — ofteb - merely another name for dvath. To fiud a perfect remedy to cure not only measles, in \&uenza, and fevers, but their,, various after effects as well, has engaged many months and years of patient and laborious study, which has ended in perfect success. Patient re search shows that Dr. Williams' Pink PiIIb for Pale ...

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

Quick Work. A Cincinnati man describes a novel sight be recently saw at a mill devoted to making paper .of pine tree palp. 'I was invited to select a tree,' he Bays, ' which I did, aud it was cut down fur me iu the morning. I watched it during the day undergoing the various pro cesses of paper-making, aud at sik o'clock that evening the tree was paper. At midnight a portion of it was sufficiently dry to be taken to a printing office, and a few of the copies of the next morning's paper were printed on this product. From a tree to a printed newspaper in twenty-four hours is probably the best time on record.'

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Hard on John. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 21 September 1898

Swdoa John. : Newrpapbb portraits'1 of men who ? hare °«c qpiref distinction, .either |by patronising some patent mwlioino or by BMTinK the ceuotrj in Mrrous :*iyis,ire apt often flattering. ^ ' :???; - ' Did yon *ee -my portrait in the paper to day, my dear?' inquired a young man, who had . lost been made a member of the local vestry.' ; : . ' -V'.. -- ?i-:;; ?;?!.?.? '?? ?. ' Y«, I did,' answered his wife, in ? dole* ful tune.. ? ' ^-i' , ' Welt,' said her husband, after a long and disappointed pause, ' what flid you think of itf' ' ' John,' she replied, with the suspicion of a smile curling the corners of her month, 'John, you know I am very fond of you, but if I had realised that you looked like that, I think — in fact I am sure — I never could have married you!'

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

Wedding On Wednesday, 7th instant, St. John's Church, Riverstone, was the scene of a very pretty wedding, the contracting parties,being Mr. John Barry Parker (son of the late Mr. Samuel Parker, of Campbelltown) and Miss Agnes Daley, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Daley, of Riverstone. The bride, bearing a shower bouquet, looked most charming in a robe of white silk, with lace trimmings, and hat en suite. The brides   maids, Miss Blanche Parker (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss M. Daley (sister of the bride), were most gracefully arrayed in white muslin dresses and picture hats. Each wore beautiful gold brooch, with appropri   ate devices, which were the gifts of the bride groom. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father M'Donnell, of Windsor, assis ted by the Rev. Father Dunne, of Campbell town. The bride was given away by her father. After the oeremony, the happy oouple, attended by a number of friends and well-wishers, drove to the residence of the ...

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

' : baker's oven Sfiifqa3fl^^^hfeiijjfilitr3^i-p1y -*- tBge iu Duninresquc-'St. ; water laid oil, every eonvenieticti ; rent, {is per week.— Apply, A. Monbo, Oouucil Clerk, Cauipbelltowu. ' WANT E D, immediately, good General Ser vant ; ruts!— Mbs. PArsria; East Minto. ? ,.-.' TTTANTED two Boys for week or two, light *'. wdrk.—O. P. Larcombe, BayleyParlc, Campbelltown. hf\T\rt 800 yards of Wire 'iNettHg '**-? i\J\J 8aie- cheaji, lin. and 2in.— S. G. Barfr Minto. jF ? - TIT ANTED, known that eighteen words in ' *' this column coats is, cash. In the Supreme Court of New Smith Wales.   Probate Jurisdiction,   In the Will of MICHAEL MORRISON late of Campbelltown in the colony of New South Wales Civil Servant deceased.   APPLICATION will be made after four   teen days from the publication hereof that   Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed de ceased may be granted to Jane Morrison the Sole Executrix in the said Will na...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

f^lpsv^l^i^^^l^ 'f/^i '7 r «*:lfh*iflj ;wiis*efefre*oy oonitituenttrjtiia not; 1 :' : onrt jm*«a i»ir«iri»t lha till. «b tlitt ihevMa-ln very :: - , muDb the «me pD.Hion « tho.6 whoVoted for the expectation', -tbat cerUiin amendmenti would £»e made whichwould make the bUUcceJjtsblB tp.tte ' people. . I realtae that those «mendmeBVniight be made if the bill »?»? idopied. Some lion. membeM have stated that they would like to it* the prln ciple» of the Cnlish CoDBtitotipn embodied in the . constitution of federated; Au-tralia. The federal pitlUmentisnotgothc todeslwlth »H the inter tsts of the atatw. This colony i« or.iy going to part with certain fiowers to the federal parliament. We are going to retain all other |-ower-i, and exer ciea them m we think best in the interests of our people. The constitution whiohu contained in the Common Wfctllh Bill is very different from the Con atitution of Canada, which vests lertain powers in the provincial parliaments and leaves all other powers t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

QOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, ?-/ General Post Office, Sydney, 8th September, 1898. TENDERS are invited for the performance from tbe 1st January next, of a large number of MAIL SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE COLONY, and will be received at the Genera) Post Office np lo noon on Monday, the 17th proximo. Tenders must be addressed to tbe Deputy Postmaster General, Sydney, and endorsed ' Tender fur conveyance of Mails.' For full particulars seo Government Gazette, a file of which is kopt at every Past Office in the Colony. 7a-9 . VARNEY PARKES. Court Hoiisp, Caiupbelltotvn, 23rd September, 1898. CAM DEN ELECTORATE. A REVISION COURT for the above, Elec -a- toralo will be lmlden at the Court House, CAMPBELLTOWN, on Friday, Urn 21st October, 1898, ut 31 a.m. J. B. GIBSON, Ih-29 Revision Clerk. District. Inspector's Office, Bowral, 20th September, 1898. rpBNDERS ar« invited for REPAIRS and J- IMPROVEMENTS at WEDDER BURN PROVISIONAL SCHOOL. Speci fications may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

'Forty Y«M6 Ago.' OLD C0LONIA1 EEMINISOENCES. 41 Fobtit years ago !' What a lung stretch back in n young colony. But many of the older generatiuu remember occurrences iu 1857 as well as we remember the events of last year. Mrs. T. J. ThoniaB, who resides at the old established town of Heathobte, Victoria, is one who recollects as far back as '57 most vividly. Tbe memory, uufortunntely, is a most painful one. Speaking reuiiniscenlly to .a journalist some time ago, the g»oJ lady, who is ovit 75 years of age, said that from '57 to, compara tively, a few month!) ago, she had not known what permanent relief fruiii pain wop. ' It was, as near. a» I ca'i) remember in *57f' ? ' ft JvJl* *''-* S'ie- ?'*''' '? ^^^^Qblp='— 3s °f rheumatism, and jLjjT$^i^Q2QQ&- these have, followed ' r-Sa^^^HL&\. ^'r ^ fears. About 1 lll^^HRjSi-^L nine years ago my J l^f^wr^* troubles were added I || / *?' *HK~'N\ l0 by enlargement of 1 11 j] 'if 1^^^-^' the liver, and this in ??——3 nl ? ^^^Kais...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

ICtoiolpal CtnuwU. Thb ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Camp belltown council was to have been held on Thursday evrning Jafit, but in onseqnence ,of tfjere not beings sufficient number of Bldermeu in attendance to form « quorum, the meeting lapsed. Those present -were — fho Mayor and Alderwn Gamble and Doyle.

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Eailwav loibrmatloa. sypNBY-CAUPBBLL'rOWK TB-IS SEEVICB. ' V,resk-4«lSef«-5e: Le*»e Sydney. . ? ? '? AwweCttp-p. 9.80kuj. 10.4? *«««? 10.35 12.2* t 1.30 p.m. 8.05 p.m. t5.15 6.05 6.50 8-28 t 9.00 9-59 11.30 1.00 a.m.' Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.tn. 9.08 -.m. 1.55 p.m. 317 p.m 2 28 3.28 6.10 ? 717 Leave C'town . Arrive Sydney. ? 4 43 a.m. 6-00 ??in- 785 HI 8 89 9-38 10.4^ 12-10 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 3.38 4.45 4.00 . 5-44 8.38 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive C'town. 9.40 a.m. 11.05-o.w. -. 1.00 p.m. 2-85 Pm 5.50 7.15 9.00 959 9.30 HOI Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.48 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 «.U 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10O5 t Satnrdays excepted. * Mondays excepted CAM.PBBLLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY. Leave Ctown. A.rr. Camden. 7.00 a.m. 7.85 a.m. 8.50 9-25 10.55 11-35 t 3.33 p.m. 4-13 Pm *6.50 7.25 t 7-22 . 7-52 *?!65 JS' ??&»?'' 10.05 10-45 2.50 p.m. 3.30 p.m. t 5-50 6.30 1 7.50 *-30 + Sat'doysoniy. ? Sat'daysexcep'd. J Mon days only. J On Sal'days, leave Camd...

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Mixed Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Mixed Faimis.fi*. Tbeke was never a time, perhaps, when the need for raisings variety of products on the farm, was so urgent as at the present, the farmer who has only ' one string to his bow,' or who devotes all his attention to any single branch of business, cannot succeed in these times of low prices. To carry on without run ning into debt is about as much as the best of us can manage at present, without looking for much profit out of anything ; but the ? single crop' farmer has no show at all. ? A system of diversified farming is to be recommended in the first place, because it saves the farmer from laying out money on products that can be grown more cheaply at home. When the butcher's meat, the vegetables, and tho butter and the fruit, aud jam, and- other household necessaries are ail produced on the farm, a great saving is' effected, and it is just this saying on these articles mentioned that is needed to W|» xlre^bfitik fccwmnt-wjiwre.- ' In the second j.Jace diversified fann...

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