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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

Til ' '' B N D BE S. Tenders will bo received up to W&Snenflay, 21st instant, tram persons willing to contract for the erection of a four-room Cottage, -£o., in Main-street. For further particulars, apply to CHAMiES 8TASU5T. , Sporteman'sArroB, Oainpbelltown. /?^AMPBEtiLTOWN BOTANICAL COLLECT \J JUG' SOCIETY. Intending COMPETITORS tor the next series of prizes arc requested to apply at onoe tor their TICKETS and LABELS. (See report.) THOMAfe V. ALKIN, MA. 'pEELIMINAIiy ANNOUNCEMENT. Campbelltown Congregational Church. A TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the Temperance Hall, in connection with the above Church, on Wednesday, September 28th, 1881. Full particulars in a future n ivprtiKt-oient. JOHN M. SPENCE, Hon Sec. /COMPLIMENTARY PIC-NIC 10 CAPTAIN and Mug. ONSLOW, AT BADGELLT, keau CAMPBELLTOWN, ON SATURDAY, Settembeh 17ih, 1)881. Tickets— 10s each, not transferable, can ba procured up to September 10th, on application to the Banks at Camdcn and Campbelltown, or to E....

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL-POX IN CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

SMALL-POX IN CAMPBELLTOWN. O.v Fridny the wildest rumours regarding small-pox obtained the widest currency iu Campbelltown and excitement supervening upon consternation was the order of the night and day. It was alleged by the coteries that assembled in front of every door that variola was epidemic. Benorts tbat a num ber of cases of the dreadful disease had appeared at No. 7, Kenny Hill, were rife, and tbat the disease was spreading was con sidered an accepted fact. The facts are these. John Cnrron, the Campbelltown letter-carrier, fueling ill on Tbarsday went out to his father's residence, ueov Karoilan, on the Camden road. Dr. Gonde was sent for, and that gentleman believing the case one of small-pox, telegraphed to Dr. Cecil Morgan, of Sydney, who came by tbo first train. Dr. Morgan, on viewing the patient, pronounced the case one of mild small-pox. The house where the patient u confined is isolated, aud there is little danger of conta gwn. Tho house, it may bo mentioned, is str...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

''^?^w^--^-^\v'boitl;bb.1^ . It is either advertising or being ruined. W* have said it before. Many of our readers inay'tiiink .it a bold and Unwarranted assertion, but it is neither tho one or the other ; for it is founded on tho experience of many men of business. Of man v examples we ??quote bat one. Miv Uennett is well knowu as a great watch and, clock maker. His watches and clocks ace among the best in London; they have to old established reputation, and they deserve it, But their reputation is not due to their excellency ?alone; it required many years of advertis ing, years of continual and expensive adver tising to inculcate this great fact upon the obtuse public. Thanks to Mr. Bennett's ptreeverauce, they were at last convinced. And when some years ago, the reputation of the firm had spread throughput the length aud .breadth of the laud, it struck Mr. Bennett now was the time to put a stop to this expensive process of advertising. 'In future,' said the gentleman, ' I mean to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

Hor.MWAY's Pills.— Tiiope celebrated Fills are psseni tolly useful in piirifyinfr -:ie blood, cleansing .!.„ .-i.,.. , i ??'?-'iug the kidneys, and ?w doses o£ this purify - ??-. -?? '????? stomach right, remove ? ? ' . ? '. jjiijJosuK to [lie b.'oin ? ' ?? '? ? ' ???? innoxious that they ; ? ? ? ' ;- : ?? ? ?? : be most delicate state - ' ' '?? ?' ? ?'?'??: «t. Wh -n the system n~u ^i».. ui.i. . . .„ ii 'idulgCBce or e-Jj lusted by mercurial preparations, these Pills i rj excellent rot iratives, they expel the poison and enrich the blood. 1 if ? 55 I? I} — :o:o: — IS' One Penny each, ^t — :co::o:: — fcs' Camjibclltoum Herald office. ,^1 d 1 1 1 1 1 T7'N0WLEDGE IS POWER. Latin, Trench, and Writing Taught through Correspondence, DY Db. RODWAY, M.A., F.R.S.L., Loud., Principal of University College, 101, ^Yilliam-sJ!;l'eet, Sydney. Terms — 3triotly in advance, £2 2s. per quarter, for each subject. Dr. BODWAT also gdaiuktees to prepare per mail and pass every country candidate ho sends...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

WANTED, a COOK ana LAUNDBESS. Apply Railway Hotel, Oumpbelltown. WAXTED, a first-class general servant. High est wages to a smart girl. Office of this Paper. FOE SALE.— 3000 Sheets of Good Stringy BAttK. Frederick Draper, Mittagong. FOB SALE. — Quarter casks, Hogsheads, and 240 gallon casks for Bale. Apply to W. A. Fowler, Campbelltown. T710B PRIVATE SALE. Six quarter-acre allotments of ground; also a store, the whole within one minute's walk of the railway station. Store can be let for 14s per week. The above lots arc well worthy the attention of those desirous of building, or wishing to become possessed of suitable sites ; more especially as the waterworks and tramway are likely to give an impetus to business, Apply to .GEORGE BROWN, Auctioneer, &c, ' Campbelltown. /^i A U T I O N All persons arc hereby cautioned against tres passing upon Mount Stuart Estate. Tlibso doing so will be prosecuted to the utmost extent the law will allow. PETER KERSHLER. July 18, 1881. ? «-? ? ...

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DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. Another of the links that bind the present to the past has passed away. On Wednesday, 31st ult. Mr. David Graham -------------         residence ------------------------                           major ------------------------             town --------------------                       Spring Creek -------------------                   consid -------------------       &a...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

DEATH. GRAHAM.— At Spring Creek, Campbelltown, on the 31st August, David Graham, aged seventy-six years.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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PARKHOLME. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

PARKHOLME. (by our special reporter.) It is a source of surprise that the environs of Campbelltown have not been more popu lar with the wealthy classes of New South Wales. The locality seems to possess in a higher degree than most, the requisites for country residences. The salubrity of the climate is well known, and to the jaded metropolitan business man in search of a fresh supply of recuperative ozone there is not its equal. The scenery possesses that indescribable rural charm which soothes the peturbed mind and affords welcome rest to the weary constitution. The views are exceedingly picturesque. From every coign of vantage can be seen pleasant man sions, cosy villas, and smiling homesteads perched on the hillsides or nestling in the vales. For the weakly, Campbelltown is a far healthier place of residence than the sanatoriums on the mountains. The healthful breezes of the former are free from the chilliness and discomforts of the latter. They are pleasantly bracing without bein...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

mHE rCMLMMJELIiITOWN* HEBALJV Camaeniii^po6i,!AOTi^ , Kcton, jand Menanglc _/'''? V Advertiser.1 ?? ??? ?? ^??? JSy!eWl-iiiH*. 'StemitheUth August follow ^.havinsheen only ^months jn-«'tonoe.. the. BSerou»BQI-portit received enabled tfie Proprietor to print andpublish the CampMttowB HeraU ';??? ?:? twice a wkek, . ,-. . ot one ffe&flifly-otsaMtiona coats*) advertisers. The ciiculationislarge, alia increasing every week. The ifaMii* prib1ishel every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING, V $ first edition being struck 00 on TUESDAY ;& FBIDAY EVENING, to catch5 theWiflfi: «o that distant subscribers may beplaofo-on a^uri footing, SorWandfieaeral newsTvSh those who reside in Campbelltown ana immediate vicinity. . ; ' . r bobscbiptionb: — One Bound {Bljaycar; orBBjra quarts of three ' months:- payaole 'in ftdyanee. K booked, tl 2s. per year/** 6s.Bd.j?er quarter. ; ^bT^uarteis end. an .the Htti August, 14th Novembw, Uth February, anS Hth May, at which ? periodsraly can su...

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Cows and Their Care. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Cows a&A 'Stair 8|n A. coebbspondbnt writes — Tlisre vte nnhjer *-0S ways of getting «6ws qniefenrr] down from kicking One ot the most natisTaOttory litana I have tried is to be v« ry putipiit and bind to them and Wt*t use any -tnseigMdti in theft hearing And if they kick, Aam liwk them ip return rV «, ?_ I have fe tWrk iwrtn to toWiti&iijT in fly time, when they are so liable ti) bjr&neasy and wisk then tails and step nronod «pongh to try any ordinary man's patience, I Have a gooi sized cover to put on them at Milking time;v made of heavy sugar sacks. I sinvetitnes have them securely fastened on the flow and leave them during fly time. I commonly have a lot of maize, cob and ail, ground ahead to feed cows and other, farm stock. The meal is improved by soaking from one milking time to the next or longer,. If not convenient to jjnud, I soak -n tubs and cnt in email pieces, and feed while milking , whan eating, cows appear to Bland more ton vented. Wheu in seas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Municipality of Inglehurn. NOTICE! is hereby given that the Munici - pal List for the municipal year 1898-9 J)f persons to be entitled to vote, will be open or inspection. by any persitn interested therein,! at the Council Chambers, *v£agleriew,' Minto, »t all reasonable hours between 7lh and 14th day of January, 1898. JOHN WILLIAMSON. Council Clerk. Nine Years'.^. ^ ^ Indigestion. RECOMMENDS CLEMENTS - Most 'Woaderftil Cure. A PROMINENT Mail Contractor ENDORSES THE VALUE OF CLEMENTS T0JNC. -»b. D. C. M'latyxe Mail Contraotor, Seapsey, New South Wales, writes on Joae 8tli, 1896 :— It gives me great pleasure to state that after suffering from in digestion for nine years I bare been cured by Clements Tonic. I only took six bottles, when I found I cixild cat and digest my food ; be fore talring'iClempnts Tdhio everything I ate made me feel miserable. I did not know what to do with myself. I wanted to lie down all the time, but now I go about my work quite lively. In faut I am quite a d...

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Campbelltown Cricket Club. JANUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

'??? CuapbeiltowA Cricket Club. January, 1898. 8. Liverpool Independent, at Catnpbelltown. 12i Central Outnberlaad, at Purramatta. 15. Narrilan. . . 22. Glenfield, at Cauipbelltown. 26. Liverpool District, at Liverpool. February. 5. Menangie, at Campbelltown (B team).

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Things Slowly Learned. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

* Things Slowly Loaratd. I Thibi is a man in Scotland who used to write I many readable and wstrnclive thing*. He signed I himself ' A Country parson,' *n-l a bright parson I help. One of his essays is entitled 'Things Slowly I Learned,' - good line ot thought for anybody Well, here ta one of (ho thing* slowly learned — that disease dosui t jump on a awn Jilts a wild cat outot-dUee.-bu^^levriopl irom] seeds andoondi toons, just w roies»nd weeds do We who wnte ?nd print these esitye ol which these lines we one, hare said this a hundred times ; *ut ajl the people don't teem to have thoroughly grasped the idea yet For if t£r Theodore Treasure done had done ao, he wouldn't haTfi suffered 4en yean from attacks of rbeumatlo fever. In November, 1891, he saya, be had a fearful time with it. He tells u* in a letter that he had dreadful paina ail r/ver his body, and waa so Bore he couldn't bear anything to touoh him. Er«n ihe bedclothes hurt him, like a feather against a aore eye. ' t got lit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

SANDBE & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTBA'.T.— Under the, distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per cominuuication made by ' the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Cou sol General for Italy, at Melbomne, March Uth, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 1863. Acicnpwledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. In order that taeae crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divi sion of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as. per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state: — ' . '. ? ?, .' ? It is proved by te«ts made by the Medical Clinics of the UniveisirMS-bf Bohtt and Griefawffld (Funs-' ,sia),and reported to by Dr. dchlutr,:Profeasor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

; WE ABE THE LABGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^|^^^^S^y DlAaMllO « ima aU kinds or J N ANUO, j MuSICAL-o^ ORGANS I Instruments -;-^Ti^r^^%^% VS AUSTRALIA. | ?„;. -. ? ?-t--' ?---- -We bnyfpr c^hatthe-FactqrieaJ Thjs js, the reason I, -v ,i ...vw ? *»««.- -??.-. ?? . ^^^e^jgin^give' our Customers sudi good value, at least II - ... so per cent, less than other Houses. We guarantee II '' ? ? ? all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if If Customer not -satisfied. We have been established in II ?' Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have II the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. II . : . If you *ead .your order by post you can rely upon II our giving the same careful attention as though you 11 ? ' were personally present to select. Catalogues sent II post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Terms I ' can be arranged for any Instrument. II W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., SYDNEY.

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Postal la&naatioa. VUut are despatched from Oampbelltown aa under:— Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m. , 8 p.m., and 9 p.m, Sundays excepttd. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sunday* exeepted. * South, 9 p.m., Satudftys 630 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 40 ajn. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. ao.dfi.J50 p.m., Sundays ezcepted. Karelian, aame lime as Camden. Minto, 6.45 ».m,, Sundays exoepted. Inglebum, '6 46 a.m., Sundays excepted. ' OraoTille,^ p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exeepted. Liverpool, 0 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wedderburn, Monday,. Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. ' ; . Pioton, *.3O p.m., Saturdays 6.80 p.m., Sundays exoepted, Douglas Park, same time as Rcton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex,. cepted.

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A Record School Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

, A Record School Attendance It is often said, with a great degree of truth, that the young Australian is too fond of sport at the expense of his education and trade. To ' put tip a record' for attention to lessons is probably one of the very last ambitions he wonld run aftpr. But ri-gularily.#f attendance at school ?'ihj'exjSte'sly rewarded t-)rftho Vic torian Education Department, which is now issuing 19 certificates to the best-attending pupils in the colony fur not less than three years. The ' record' in this instance simply cannot be beateu unoVr the samr conditions, because it is a ' possible.' The best attend ance in the colony (says the Age) is that of Isabella Green, a pupil at Stawell school, No. 502, who has attended School since January, 1888, to November, 4897, a sebool period of ?10 years, without missing one day. The girl has been at two schools during that, time, which includes the whole of her school life. To have attained inch a record is certainly as creditable £6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

THE YEAR BOOK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 1898. With Very Large Map. Price, One Shilling. ^ . .,, Brief Summary of Contents : ','. Calender, Australian Statistics, Railway Guide, Parliamentary and 'Offi- cial Directory, Land Laws, Queensland (its history and resources), Ecclesiastical Directory and Calenders, Legal, Medical, Military and Naval Information, Sporting Records, Commercial, Import Duties, Postal and Telegraphic, Gazetteer, Municipal, Societies and Insti tutions, and other items of varied information. ? ON SALE BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. Tl lAR BOO! OF ti$M&^X!WSP'

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, January 8, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

[?] [?] ?-i-...-:i'.;«'--*«»|''^niiUy,1itafiy30i.«aio7d i ? ?,-?'- ? :'-V-'r* z£ iiecpnd quilitj^ 3Mryf id to id ......-- ?-i?- ^M* twt raBchinijbured, i)d to 6}d : BicjB^ best WTySShi *t-ngh, 61 V.. Hwm, best kand-cotea, Sato Bid* ^fbn, nmohine cured, 7d to 7iJ ?'? 'JLard, 4d ie 6d r,- .' ? ? V . ' ? Cbee»e, arBt«u«l!tr, M-J t« ?'Jd . V; vjrao^y, iA ^ 2i 4 H«M, perlb.,iidi»4d « ^W— be« iicw«p»pBr« for ipeciil »took report CiirsVini, eack, 9a to 2. Oa Piour, fitit equality, per ton. £t30s «d to £13 10* ??'??: Hour, »ef6ndqu»Ilty, f 12 6$ ... *- :ld«Ue,p«bo»hel,*fW.3«0dto3»2d .,? ' V: ;' ':-'IW*Wt,V9d.u-.4»W--'. ..;--?.' -??-;??? -.? :? Obiifl,p*r^D.fl-»-Mto«fiOt«d / : ??. B»riBy,aog11«h,p6r-bu»hel. 31«d*o8»9d : ... *.C«pe, 3»8il to Bifid BJ6 grass ceed, px bush., fifcOd to-Ss 64 . Cocksfoot «rats*ted, per Ml, Si to 9s 6d Br»n,74dto8d ^P\ Pollard,^* to S« ; ; O»U, seed, 2a 6d to 2* 8d UMa, feed, 2a fid to 2s 6 1 Onions, per ton, £4 e« Od to £4 10s Od. Meadow H»jr, £5 5. Potatoes, £6 ...

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"Leave My Name Out." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

'Leave My Nome Out.' Thus the South Coast Herald :— ?' We have often, been bothered by persons asking us to' leave their names out of police court proceed ings, Bnd we take this opportunity of inform ing snch modest law-breakers that such a re quest places iiB in a very awkward and most disagreeable position. It is the cauBe of making persons view our actions with sus picion, and certainly tends to envelop our good intentions in a cloud of * favoritism,' How ever, strictly speaking, we do not deserve to be ?censed of lop-sidedoess, si the reqnest has been granted to all those who have asked it, Still, it is a -bid precedent, and no doubt looks very fishy in the eyes of those who justly con sider they hare no right to. ask such 8 conces sion. As we never wish to place ourselves at the mercy of any person when doing a public duty, we are just as anxious that no one should put himself ie our power in this or any other way. Therefore, if people will break the law they have themselves to...

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