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A Tennis Iydll. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

A Tennis lydll. A. tennis court, Some pretty sport, The lawn is bright with gazers ; ^And pouring tea, So gently, Are pretty girls in- blouses. A rattling volley,. ThiB is jolly, Good playing at tbe net ; No cream for you, One lump or two, Oh, reallj, I forget. Yes, she's pretty, What a pity — Sbe hasn't an; sense ; The men don't care, On, see, iook them, That really was immense. Can Jimmy play ? Well, in a way, Too short to have much reach, You know he's so round, If he feil to the ground He couldn't get back on bis feet. Art., you here, too ! So nice of you To step in on our tea : Please drop my hdtfl, They'll understand, . ?*?! 'on't look that we at me. A - '.so yon say f It takes son* ~jjm o :;ig. ? ?? To win a tournt ,jr t: r£gfe£ from the mark ; Some say its s^.. , Others too costly, - . ? - c But you see it ref -ires an art. Now, Georgie dt&f, You look too^ueer To go upon tbe court, Come, have some tea And talk to me, Or had we better have a walk ? Well, yes, I will, ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. GAMBLES WEEKLY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

{fonutwoislt i GAMBLES WaftKLTflAlia. fbii wflfk buU«rliu been ftghit on the tnwtet. Eggs ar« getting soarctt, and good g-r)oa*, were .realised (or jn?Bh ones. For ?regfMblei ana' sundries there i* a good de miDd^ftiw furniture would tell well. Tbe following prices were obtained : — Butter. Icon 4d to 7d,»aiket glutted. XUKSfi, tr*ne. ? SudGtgn {per aetting), to li 44 Ska*, 0dto-6J. PumbUfii, S* to 2« 3d per doc. , -8«edg turnlpi, 8d to led J-cwt Green pen, 6 1 to 9d per pick. Pwion fniJt, ijd to fid tmall box. Otanges, Sti lo «d «mall box. Lemuna, 6d to 10d amall box. ChtS, S» 9AU- 2b pvemt. Fo»)6,'J«lO4t5iS. 3dp«ir. ? tihotce iowlt, 6a pair. Store pijti, J5» to IBj. Pig»(.lip«),Bitol0.6d. Honci , to £3 17s 6d. Other lin a aold welL

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

gf Bc4lth and Hara MuadoB. . frJob^^impioh Wttenota blockimith we inlght *o|t:h«W*^iiion^allnuSto-lmatttie very out ljiBV|-f $bts j^nUotf . . -^tat 3ijs-n . jsv^ wboltBntni find ' ^rthut«w«n important purpose i that, too, ittibont Vavjng to jut on his leitber *pron to do It. fo^pif e^iainui^B wbUe ,*»,»li toke a look at MH.'^affflis vl*#liong'iind' toouit man, u tic : :lH%e#VJuea«rgerriM»--*i 'all blacksmiths' ?oVM^trito Jbb. : OnRht to be, I say; But i.ftl they f . 5-si ? matter fcf Jacr r , ^ Nof they .are not— not by No wUts»omeliow a common notion that all ™en ;jfho work hard, :«pKciM!lT»niid«)ugh»urToundingi Mdin^eli^haU.areapttobeirigorons.kealthy iellowBj^ey are supposed to joke at dootbrs, to , baVe no lisa for aiiotbecarif*, aid eren CoTegaril undertokeis a» the necessity of a distant future. Is this 'Hew a true view? Are bealtb ana hard muscles always found together t Tike your time to think. Meanwhile we will hear what Mr. Bimp *od himself says.!— ' Up to the spring ot 18...

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THE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY OF N.S.W., LIMITED. SYDNEY, September 26, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

THK KAH«EES'COOPEBATIVB COIfPANl' OF H.S.W., LIMITED. ..:^.^ ??-'''' Stdnet, September 26, 1898. s|; V - vi, ??' l*«t fruity, dairy, Oi OJd to 7Jd , i, second quality, dairy, 6d Stun, beet baod-cured tJ^d to 6Jd ~ Bacon, beat machine cured, Od to 6d Bacon, bent heavy and rough, 6fcd ' Bimii beat hand-enrtd, 7Jd to 8Jd Htmc, machine cured, 7Ad to 8ii L&rd,44dto6d Cheese, lint quelity, fjd to 6d „ second quality, 4 Jd to Sd HUevperlb., 2Jdio4i Calf -akins, escb, 9d to 2s Od Flour, flrat quality, per ton, £13 Oa «d U £13 10* Flour, second quality, £12 5a \ ., Maize, per buahel, new, 2» 3a to 2a 6d Wbe.t, 3s Od to 4a 6d Cbaff, per tun, f 3 10* Od to £4 Oa Od Barley, Cape, 3a Od to 3s Sd Rye graa aeed, pi-r bush., Sa Od to Ss 6d Cocliatoot graaa eted, per both., 9i to 9a 6d ' Br«n, 7d to 7id Pollard, 7d to 74d Oats, ared, 2aBd to SalOd Oats, ieed, 2» 6d to 2e 9J Oniona, per ton, £16 Oa Od to £17 Oa Od, Meadow Hay, £6 fa * Potatoes, £7 10s Od to £8 Oa Od Fowla, per pair, 2a Od to ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tenders for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

- ftmders fer Itartarork. Tssdbhs for work* on tbe undermentioned roads throughout the district: were opened by the resident engineer (Mr. Quo. Harden), *t J.he aonrihousej Campbetltown, on Wednea day' Slstinst. : — - Contract 10.— Karelian to Luddenhum. f Ghas. Cliasold ? £857 3 I - JohnSheehy ? 880 0 0 Joseph Doust.. ? , ? 425 vJ5 8 Frank Doust ? 458 6 8 Gtwrge Adanas ? 463 0 0 ' ' ^Contract 31.— Ueu&ngle to Pioton, ? Joseph Doust ? £330 S 0 \V. and O. Brooker.. ....... 338.15 0 W.Gillett ? 848 10 0 George Windsor ? 481 15 0 Contract 12.— Picton via Oaks to Blaxland's ' .. Crossing. Joseph Douet..... ? £828 12 (0 Sheehy Bros. ? i.. 389 19 0 George Adams ? 369 12 10 Coutract 13. — Great Southern Road within Picton Municipality. . W. Gillett ? £29 0 0 John Bktch ? 31 19 0 Joseph Doust ? 82 0 0 . G. W. Sell....:. ? .....;. 39 5 0 -Sebrge Windsor ............ 46 18 0

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETER [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Church, Servioes. Cuukcu *p England.— St. Pstkrb. Sunday services : Morning at 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in Bummer. Holy Cominuiion : First Sunday in the month at inorning service ; 3rd Sunday, 7.45 a.m., except in tbe months of June, July, and August. On festival*, us annouueed. Wwlopsdiy: Service at 7.30 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clans. Rev. T. V. Alkin.

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

Age No Bar. IT DOES NOT EKTEE INTO THE QUES TION. — SIMPLY A MATTER OF CONDITION. You may have it, and not know it. You may be young, you may be old. Symptoms are tbe same in both. A babe with weak kidneys has backache. A man of 60 or 30 with weak kidneys has backache. . That's the way it talks with all ages. Dnan's Backache Kidney Pills cure the babe and the man. That's the way they do in all ages. No wonder, though — they're made for it. They couldn't cure, a simple case of colic. But. they cure bad cases of kidney tronble. The wotse the case the more they work. Whether for young or old. They never result in less than cure. If you;' buck aches, try them. Mr. J. Turner, of Moss-street, . Nowra, says : *' I have been suffering with kidney dis order and pains in my back for nine months. An evidence of the former was ths thick vhar 8ett;r ! 'of *he secretions, and tbe disagreeable jodoiir they emitted. I was about to go to Sydney to consult a doctor when Doau's Back ache Kidney Pills ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Rohan Catholic Church. Sunday : First Masa, 8.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.ui. ; Vespers, etc., 7.S0 p.m. Holy daj-i -of Obligation : Uaaa, 9 a.m. ; evening detotion. 7.30,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Official Correspondence. We hare received the following for publica tion : — ? Department of Lands, Sydney, September 19, 1898. Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge re ceipt of a letter presented by you from the council clerk at Campbelltown, respecting an extra grant of money for Campbelltown Rec reation Reserve, and to inform you that the same will receive consideration . I am to add that a further communication will be made to yon when a decision iu this case lias beea given. — I have, etc., ' Wm. Houston, Under-secretary. John Kidd, Esq., M.P. Department of Justice, , i Sydnny, September 19, 1898. Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt, ou the 16th instant, of a letter from the council clerk, Campbelltown, forwarded and recommended by you, aud to inform you that a further communication wtll be made to you in doe course, tliis being- merely an intimation that the letter has been received,— I have, etc., Gkoege Miller, ) Uiider-secrettiry. To J. Kidd. Esq.. M.P. V Su...

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

** Fathers and mothers, beware. Measles and -bropchitis are prevalent. Look to yonr chil dren and give them Whyte's Anti-Cough. BAJSDBE & SONS' EUOA.'LY.fM EXTRA' X Under the distinguished patronage of Hit Majesty tin King of Italy, -ia per communication made by the 'MinSter for Foreign Affsira, throngh the Coh eul General for Italy, at Melbourne, 'March 14th, 1878. Awarded diploma at die Anuterdam Exhi tition, 1688. Acknowledged by Medioal Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. Then are imitations of Euoalypti Extract in the market,- products of simple distillation, forming crude xeUDOttB oils. , In order thW'these crude oiU may not be taken for' our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, Which is recognised by the Medical Dlvi fliim of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pore origin, as per infoimation forwarded to ub through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, ?restate: — ' ? It it proved by teats made by the Medical Clinics, of theDnivereitttso! Bonn and Grief...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Wise ar\d Otherwise. No bird of prey has the gift of song. The law of Ashantee limits the King to 3333 wivesr The -main wheel of a watch makes 1460 revolutions in a year. There are 40,000 native pupils ia the Sundayrschools of the Fiji Elands. fashion-plates came in use during the last quarter of the eighteenth century. The palm grows, in all the tropics. It is seen in Egyptian pictures 3000 b.o. Matches have not yet displace!!' the tinder box in the rural districts of Spain and.Italy. Only one-fifth of the boys of India go to school, and only one fiftieth of the girls. n Printing ink is made of linseed, ?=?$ oil, resin, soap, and lampblack, or f other coloring matter. The Chinese were fighting with guns at a time when Europeans ' used bows ana^rrows; Some husbands ^only ^grumble before ^itots-t^iffibjly because it's %eeting bteeze, but a moment of sorrow seems an age of pain. The Queen, since the day of her coronation, has seen every throne in the world vacated at least once. Forty...

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

Postal Information. Mmu. are (despatched from Campbelltown as under :— Sydney and North, 10.16 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. , Weit. S p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays txcepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 P'oamden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays escepted. Karelian, same time as Oaraden. Mioto, 10.15 a.tn., Sundays excepled. Ingleburn, 10. 16 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m-i Sundays excepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wcdderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 'iHcton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepted, Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 0 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex. cepted. ?

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA; The penny postage area embraces the following townt-Appin, Bring- lly. BrWow HOI. Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Olenfleld, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoiton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellan. The Oaks, Pioton. Prestons, Thirlmrte, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out «ido these distances the pottage is 2d half ounce. W. Wood, ToBtmaBter.

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

All 6rat-clasB storekeepers Keep 'Wbyte'g Anti-Cutigb. Try it for your children ; im mediate relief is guaranteed to thoBe using Anti-Cough.

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Ball and Supper. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

Ball and Supper. The plain and fancy_dresa ball to be held in', the Town Haii on Friday evening text, in' aid of St. Patrick's Convent, promises to be a great success. An energetic committee of ladies have arrangements well in hand, and; those who purpose attending are assured of an enjoyable time. The object for which the ball is being held is a worthy one — one which bas strong claims upon the public for patron age. It is hoped that the response will be liberal, and that a substantial sum will be raised. For particulars as to the price of tickets, etc., our readers are referred to the advertisement which appears elsewhere this, issue.

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Microbes in Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

;;;'? V 'm^b^j^;0:: Jy I* snything were needed to deepen tbe con ' viction, nhioh is daily gaining strength iu the pub!(c miDd, of tbe paratnouot importaDoe oT:£^tt».^il^f^plyj^^d^|hjjini^e; ?'dhauifertf JournalMbyMr;E:p:4tec^m, a well^bira~iBe7)ioa]3-iwtitiouerBn^,]bbeml-: oal^ analyst 0n 4*ftb ;jaiowflr' Jbbuntryv' ^bej facts he enumerates «re not new.to bacteiiolo gtsts, but ifcey Jwili: fe so'*»|ihe llwfiil^el newspaper reader. Milk taken Iresh from a liea.li&iy cow, he . remarks, contains no microbes ; bat in » few minutes as many as 10,000 may be deteoted in one quarter of s cubic Sticb. ': 'Where do; they come from i 'From the soiled teats, from tbe hands of ', the workers, from tbe atmosphere of the milking shed, and from the pails themselves.' Like all the lowest forms, of organic life, these microscopic creatures multiply with ap palling rapidity. In seven hours the 10,000 will have grown to 60,000; in 25 hours to 5,000,000. and if tbe temperature of the milk bfl r...

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

Birthday Sports. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Monday evening last, when ar rangements were furthered in connection with the Bports to be held at Oanrpbelltown on the 9th November next. The Mayor (Aid. Barker) presided, and there were also present — Messrs. Doyle, Gamble, Sheraok. Spearing, T. Hickey, Stanley, Anderson, and Sueather (Jion. sec). A letter was read from Mr. Jos. Rudd, accepting the position of judge of horse and pony races, and also wishing the sports every success. Mr. R. Whitfield, Sydney, wrote offering to supply a hand of five performers (the com mittee to find the drummer) for the sports for £3, and also stating that he wonld be willing to give the children a concert on the grounds during the afternoon by his juvenile variety company free of charge, provided he could procure tbe Town Hall lor the evening. Aid. Doyle moved, — ' That the band be engaged at the price stated, aud that Mr. Whitfield'a kind offer to give a performance for the chil...

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

not; iouhs ? . May be obtained at the office of this paper ; Id eaoli. . . The Sydrjey lacintosli Co. 198 PITT-STREET. Dealing Direct with the Manufacturers. Our New Season's Goods, A Grand Show Boom. . Men's Maoihtosiikb : Mo. 1, 21s; No. 2, 25b; 1 No. 3, 30s ; No. 4, 85b ; No. 6, 4:s; Specinl, 60s ; Extra 'Quality, b6s. Shapes: Centennial— Sleeve- leeE, deep all round cape ; Oxford— Cost adjust able capes, with sleoves. ? Ladies' Macintoshes, Black or Tweed, from 35s. ? Bov»' BDd Youths' from lSe 6d. ° Guaranteed sewn throughout, made to order, de livered carriage paid to any part of the colony on receipt of chest measurement over oidinarjr coat, length required, and P.O.O. i,r cheque. Patterns and self-messurement instructions sent Itee by return oh application. When visiting Sydney inspect our reliable cli mate proof Macintosh hnd water proof Materials at 198 Pitt-street (between Her Majesty 'a and the Xjceum Theatres), A RteoweRof the W*ieH*iH-r«y-^ty^ ' .. Lambeth Walk, London...

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

The Hot Weather and a Malarial Climate generate FEVER AND AGUE. Clements Tonic RESCUES & RECUPERATES A MAN REDUCED TO SKIN AND BONE. (BT OFB SPECIAL JUF0UH1.) Having received information of the singular success of Clemeuts Touic in curiug Mr. K.S. Gibb of iutemutteut fever, and general debility arising out of tliut com plaint, our special reporter called on the hits sufferer at his residence, No. 21 Fnucu ttreet, 8yducy. Ur. Gibb w«s iu, and said he would be pleased to furnish full Particulars of His Illness aud the manner in which Clements Touic expelled it from liis system. ''*~ ' A very ohgtiuu.lt slUcI difficult complaint to deal with is lh;s fiver,' said Mr. tiibb, in asewer to a question put to him by the reporter; 'Dot bo much the ilin^: iUcif,* ' but its utter cousiqueucca are to be dreaded.' ' Will you be good enough to telt me where and how ycu fiut contractod tliU diseaseT' 'Certainly I will. It wa» in Queensland, SO odd miles up country from Hrisbane, and in a ma...

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The Wedderburn Union Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 28 September 1898

The 'Wedderbura TXaion Oliurcli. Feoji our advertising columns it svill be seen that thero is in bu a special entertainment in connection with tin- opening nf the above. In order to suit tbe uonvenivnett of friends at a dis tance, and to provide a pleasant afternoon's entertainment, it has been decided to have the addresses tnd musical programme before the loa, nud'coioiiii'iiciug at 2.30. It is believed ihu ]iru£ran-iue will affnad a rich treat to the lovers of music. The ladies of Wcdderburn are known for tlifir skill and taBte iu providing die morn enlslantiul things, aad on this occa sion they are entering heartily into the work, Tim tlnin-li U n credit to all concerned. On a site kindly grunted by Miss Greenwood, Mr. \V. Wood Iiub neatly erected a suitable struc ture, the whole outlay for which will be covered when tbe results ot the tea-meeting come in,

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