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The Origin of O.K. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

The Origin of O.S. More than a century ago the best tobacco and the best rum came from Aux Cayes (pronounced O.K.), and the best of everything was designa ted Aux Caves, or O.K. This mean ing of the phrase is still retained. In the Jackson campaign every lie that could be invented was invented to blacken the general's character, and an endorsement that he .had made, ' this is O.K.' (meaning^he best), wa*- taken ..by Seba Smith^nd declared by him to be^ufaaab^ breviation of the general's custom ary endorsement of papers as 'oil kerreot.' The Democrats took up this statement and fastened the mystic letters upon their Ban ners. The meaning 'all correct' stuck to the letters, and since then they have been used in the two meanings of ' the best,' and .'** all right.' ? L

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

CHURCH SEByiCES. Chdhch op England,— St. Pster 8. Sunday services : Morning at 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Commut.ion : First Sunday in tbe month at morning service ; 3rd Bund»y, 7. »fi a.m., except in the months of Jun«, July, and August, On festivals, as annouuced. Wednesday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday .- Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible ' Class. Dehham Court and loglebum services on Sundays alternately morning and afternoon as usual nntil the new churcb U opened. See local lists.

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The English Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

TSie ffiwlialll^riofcetws. Th| Bfcondjpsl^toh was continued in Mel? bourne on MohdeWWben the AnstralisM^om plfted thflir ^ridifings for 520. Of Mb number M'tewi made 1 12, Iredale 89, Trott ^.aQnSorir^/iKn^S. *nd DafliriR *6- 'vVh«Jplay ceased for the day; the Englishmen had lost tine^wicket for 22. Mason was bowled' by M'Eibbin when he, had scored throe. Lster.— ^fhe match was resumed yesterday, and at time of going to press the Englishmen had lost 3 wickets for 120.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Roman Catholic Church. Sunday: First Mass, 8.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ;' Vespers, etc., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 a.m. ; evening iJetotioD, 7.30. Christmas Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a.m. Kev, J. Dcnnb.

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

As perhaps there are few countries in the world where defective teeth cause so much tronble as in Australia, we desire to direct our readers' attention to the, special advantages of the treatment pursued by Messrs. J. I. Mar shall and Coy., Dentiste, of 28 YVynyard Square, Sydney. If extraction is unavoidable they perform it absolutely without pain by in jecting a new remedy round the tooth, the fee for which is 5s. If preferred. Ether or Nitrous Oxide gas is used. Similarly they stop the teeth painlessly with pure sold, or gold amalgam, etc., from 7s 6d. Also oom plete sets (upper and lower) of artificial teeth are fitted for £5. Good masticatiqg power, best lasting material, and natural appearanoe of beauty guaranteed. Messrs. J. I. Marshall and Co., Dentists, only address id 26 Wynyard Square, Sydney.* Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixon's for tlm paBt six months. Dixon's Yankee Doodle ip first everywhere. Dixon's Co...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

CoNORBQATIONAL CUVBOH. Sunday t Horning at II, evening aL7. Communion : First Sunday in tb« month at morn ing service. Monday: Bitfle class, 8 p.m. Wednesday; Services and choir practice, 7.45 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. . ' Rev. O. A. R»ves.

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

The Campfoelltown Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance. ? . . 07 Subscribers may Commeaoe at Any Time. A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown 1 The stove heading will, of course, sppesr ts m^»t people sb the height of abiurditr, yet the absurdity ib more apparent thnn real. It goes without saying that a finished musical education in the regular coomb cannot be had for a. crown, or even with several hundred additional crowns ; but can it be truthfully e&id that the person with a sufficient knowledge ot music to play accompaniments on tbe piano or organ, to all the popular apd standard aongg of the day baa no musical education f Assu redly not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompaniments to. the songs nine in the home, frequently gets and gi«s mote 'pleasure from the modest accomplishment than does many on whose education large sums hare been ex pended. To the more modest musical education the aboye heading applies. Such an education is now...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

If you wish to avoid unnumbered . woes stick absolutely to what you know to be right. Physicians declare that the most nutritious ordinary article of diet is butter, and bacon comes nest. We never think of the main, busi ness of life till a vain repentence reminds us of it at the wrong end. The hottest place on the face of the earth is said to be the desert near Massowah, 133 degrees in the shade. A storekeeper had the following notification in his window : ?' Supe rior butter, ninepenee per lb, :$o bbdy can touch it. ' w; A mother always feels compli mented when you tell her howmuch she looks like her daughter ; but the man who thinks to please the daughter iby telling her how much she looks like her mother is a fool.

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

Before pucfcatlag any other \ ^^^^I^^KraraSPVM / I »«i-ro-ciicoLA-ora-kTOu \ ]^^^H^|^^E^^^S^^^_^m / I ?tsrcketptr to t«t you out ,\ ^^*a«^^^^^^^HBHM*B-*'ia^kJg / moat T?C \ ^^— / ??? flaff^L»h«*4v»,w» flL. MBeE0EGEST'(B*/n'«ket).SYDlIOT i w innnxinn & i n ** Booum street, melbouune. J'yTdV-ll-OW'qtiy-» 167 QUEEN STBEET, BBISBANE, BrSpsdal mR0Kk& Appoleuasal 8OAP MAKERB Y0 BUM. XAJ^ITT TH« QUBBM THIS is the SOAP WWeb Sam Hard Work, Back Ache and Sort Hand*; and whkh brings comfort to ill wbo uk It, Put yow Trait in SUNLIGHT SOAP It will mw dl*app»i-' you. tintmHm at -to UurttfC A-*d«*y noun, 'lunomtiiu- (If HIM Z-*Nt»r TMwuit^Wtt cras**4 sue* a sawsttes to &eaiaw, eu b ebtals»4 (sejll fcnlwr ?stfeM, ft- tH Cam, fcf tew** U unrut moi, im, ?molaubmob mr^miroMwne U ?VMMMT MAT MWWti WN»ja,k*)fSI»waa-estM4 *tt M»Wn***», The Campbelltown Herald. On «f lh« B*»t Ad«rlittng Hrdwm* out vl S/dnrj. i Nbxt vliit to Sydney we itrongly reonm aend the resder sot to f*U seeing...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

[?] ^ ^^%]tieyer Jaut one p^portu ? .niiy i^Ew -Jcina.^:;, ..';?'? ?-??f :? Only «iib peraoft ina thouBJBd :-- ; dies of tillage* ?'''????'}'' ' ? -U''- ' Anybody c»si be good, laiid j*t He o^is exe^t|||^^il^re' I good girl and thdfarflon. Never be«hatoied ifcit :^4fQW* . but teiishariied iiot i^Sffi^: ^ .All simple'fieojii^are :-^$^^s \ ? ? ;* Triith, like the axitibean^ oa%i^: \ be soiled by any outward iotoh.p ,,. A Wiiy is iniik like the ^Mi There is more life in one grain of wheat than there is in a bushel of chaff. A man thirty years of -age may expect to live another thirty-two years. This would be a much better world if more people would take their own advice. ~~. 3)ude: My ancestaws came ovah in the. Mayflower, don't you know. Bluff : As ballast ? The widower about to marry is the most unselfish of mortals. He seldom thinks of No. 1, Adam was not a polygamist, al though in his day he married all the women in the world. A Fekin weekly newspaper has just finished a serial sto...

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RailWay Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Services: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Eail#ay lafwmatiba. fv SyDNEY-CA^tBELtTOWN TBAIK Week-day Sertiw: Leare Sydney. Arri**'-fta-m, 9.80 a.m. ' 10.i9a.in. r 10.35 ttM - , ? 1.80 p.m. Vfe ®Mfe-to. i t us : \W' ?''?**? 6.60 8.23 't'9.00 9.59 11.^0 . 1.00 a.m, Satardays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m, 1.55 p.m. 3.15 p.m. 2.28 ? 8.28 6.10 7.17 Leave C'town . Arrive Sydney. * 4.4S,*.m. ' 6.00 a.m. 7.35 8.46 8.40 9.85 9.15 10.48 p.m. 12.80 p.m. 2.05' S.38 4.45 4.00 -. 5.44 ?8.33 . . ,10.12 Sunday Service : **► | Leave Sjdney. Arrive O'torrn. - 1 9.40 h.m. lls05 a.rn. - „ j 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. j 6.50 7,15 :.! ' , 9.00 '?- 9.59 - 9.80 t % ^ -sp.401 ' Leave C'to^i. * Ariive Sydney, 4.43 a.m. * ; ' , :§J.Q a.m. v .* 7.S5 ' .'.?;-;fe^9,U 12,80 p.pi. ??-? ~ '?' ; t J8,ft5 p.m. 5.W *2i' '6.42 ' 8.30 ,? ???: ;,; ^lO.^ | Saturdays excepted^' * Mand*ys exeepttd. «AMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TEA^IWAY. ;,-; ? i6.50a.ro. - 1 ^^' JMmMi, 8.25 *ai-5 10.-05 ? 10.45 2.50 p.m. * ;S,S0p.m. '. t 5.50 56.80 j 7.50 ** £.30 , , , t Sat'daysonly. * SatMay...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AKEA. The penny postage area embraoes the loUowin^ towns :— Appln, BringnUy, Brownlow Hill, Oam den, Cobbittf, Douglas Perk, Eckenley, Glenfleld, Oreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoston Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenbam, Menangle, JJinto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Nwellan, The Oaks, PUton, Preatons, Thlrlmtre, WalUoe, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances the postage is Sd half ounce. ' W. Wood, Fostmaater.

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

-' *- - MifintHMftffBB 'Iftitit ' ? - : '.': - v; An inventor^Uioia l to^hive *diMvef*a^ systtm of gamming or cementiogfabriqsi|riiioh will make an end #f sewing. . /-3 .',',) ^J^-Tj He t ? H« that *ottrM and rebit'e*ij£%5lt: live to /court another!, day.4 She: 'lfnt''jie tfut'oofcftiand dort irr-t wed, may find him self in court instead.' ? : ;: . Mistress : ' What did you tell those ladies who just called V Bridget : ? I told thim that ye. wuz not in, mum.' 'And what -did they ssyf ? How fortinir, mum.'- ??' ^' A long-suffering tailor recently wrote one of hie customers ss follows : ' Dear sir, — Will yon kindly send. amount of your bill, and oblige, etc.' T-v which the obliging deltaqnent replied : ' The amount is £6 3s. Tours re ?p'y' :, ' Do you believe that there is any snoli thing as lucki' asked a yonng man of ' an old bachelor. ' I dr-. ' I've had proof of . St.' * In what way ?' ' I was refused by five girls when I was » young man.' , .,, The gospel of self-help -was^niufg...

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Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Publications Received. John Haddo'n and Co., of Bony£pe__Hp.usi-, Salisbury Square, London, send us a copy oC their Diary and Almanac for 1898. It is neatly bound up with a price and specimen list of tlia Caxtou Type-fonnding Syndicate's book and uewspaper type, machinery, etc., embracing everything requisite for the letterpress and lithographic printing trades. The diary is got up splendid style and is printed on good paperv The catalogue, which reveals a perfect miscel lany of typographic beauty, comhiued with originality of design is well worlb preserving. The Christmas number of the Australian Pho tographic Journal is to hand, presenting many features of attraction, including some excellent illustrations, and an up-to-date record of the progress of the photographic art throughout: the world. As a supplement, the journal con-1 tains 8 very pretty Xtnss Card, worked in three colors, and executed at the office of Messrs. Huanik and Haussler, Prague. Leisure Moments, a new Sydney mo...

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Don't Complain. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Don't Complain. What is the use ? Nobody thanks you for burdening them with your load of troubles, large or smalt — and they are pretty sure to seem small in other people's eyes however large in jour own.. ' Go, bury your sorrow, the world has its share.' and does not care to take any more. It is easy to fall into the habit ef grumbling about every- little thing that does not suit, but who, ou calm reflec tion, thinks it really pay'sl We doubt if anyone ever did. It has an ill effect on one's own spirits, sending them down below aero plH he smallest pro vocal jea. It makes those aroarid us constantly uncomfortable. And, most of all, it is a sin against God, a most ungrateful return for all Hid abundant mer cies. Horrified Old Lady : ' Wberevor did you leuro to use sach bad words, little boy f Little Boy : ' Ter can't learn, mum ; it's a bloomiu' gift !' Slow and enre.— Flint: 'Fine chap that clerk of yours, Steel.' Steel : ' Yes, slow and sure.' ? He looks it.' ' Yes, slow to learn ...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Passiae Notes. On Thursday evening last, the chtter of horses' hoofs (not ' robbos') that fell upon the still evening air was not an indication that our cavalry had started for China to see fair play in the division of that empire amongst the greedy nations of Europe, but merely heralded the coming of another riding party. As be fore, the horses (not ' robbos') looked to bo a good lot, especially iu the dark, but many of them appeared to have chosen different brother horses to canter with on this ocoasion. Some oarried. themselves with that jaunty air which bespeaks of running away with ths rider, or worse still, without the said rider. But I bear such an occurrence was quite rare during the tour. The ladies did not ride with that heavy ' list' to the right which is so frequent and so ' dangerous' at night time. There were tall horses with high canters, and small horses of more modest retirement, which, being little, of conrse bad to keep well back ; but' greys seum le be discounten...

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The Landlord's Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

The Landlord's Xtavmge. A policeman in a country village where ' cases' were rare, one day came across his landlord in an in capable state. The chance was too good to be missed, and so the land lord was summoned and fined 14s 6d. The fine was paid, but the policeman's feelings can be better imagined than described when- his rent immediately afterwards was raised 6d a week, and so continued for twenty-nine weeks, when? JhB. landlord coolly informed him that he had paid the fine and could have the house at the former rent.

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His Opponent's Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Sis Qppooent's Case. A countryman went to a lawyer, laid before him a case in dispute, and then asked' him if he would undertake to win the suit. Lawyer : ' Most certainly I will undertake the case*. We are sure to win.' Peasant ; ' So you really think it is a good case?' Lawyer : ' Undoubtedly. I am prepared to guarantee you will get a verdict.' .- o- Peasant: 'WeUthen,si£liJ0ji't think Til go to law this time, for, you see, I've given you my oppor nent's case and not my own.'

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Campbelltown and Its Park [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

i^^lSSw^EJ ^p^^li^iiee^t;!^^ btlltown M-inScipat Couocil ^ mbtlonljiB? wriedpro»Wtibg»g»inBt the aotipn of^IBb ^«^^|)^k!i)ipr^%ibfUB»|^ park »nd; town/comnion without givTfagjjP ig&ife&t «3iMosston trhi&T&ShTed infeewM quonce of a letter received from Mr. BiP M.P., calling attention io^fae fact, and f|P vising that ftppiieatien be made for a suitijp* piece of land. The aldermen were prillty well unanimous in protesting against Jtbe actjon Bf the {roverntnvAt, a,nd,deoided to re quest tbe Minister for Laudato grint a' *i|W able piece of land for the purpose requirM. The site which commends itself to as as being the most suitable in town for a park is thit -piece known as ' The Green.' Oertainjy.ifri is small ; but then tbe Government niighVlie .induced to resume an area from Ihe tdJDJming properties sufficient to make a decent-sizei} park. The lite is all that could^BJBesirpd, and is one that might be oejiiiderAbly- im- proved at littU expense. It is m...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 5 January 1898

Oampt^to^ Mxmicli«l OoTiaolL - dt^w^mJw&:wM-t7::l PKBSK«T-^AHenn»ti Burlteir (Mayor), Caid ?well, Qainibie, D6-le,. Gummios, Sedgwiek, #»-» Towim'. ' m Ml && '& ^;£K , ' Tl.e mtoolfe.*( «#»libgMa ^me^if* Novemlipr, also reoot^ot i£j?aed Ineetinga on,, 2nd and 16tli December, were read and con firmed. ?; '???' , . ? ' . i .??.-.., ?,? . . . 0 COBRESPONDENCB. . From Mr. G. Obriatie, aonoQncing his in tention to contest tlio forlhooming election ?ot tbe Metropolitan Bo»rd of ,W»ter Supply and Sewerag.-. Received, on tbe motion of Aldermen Gnld well and OutnniinE. From toe Metropolitan Board of Water Supply and Sewerage, calling tbe council'* at tention to the report of thft Royal Comraii ?ion r»ceht)y before the House, recommending that-the composition of the Board be limited to tliri'B instead of seven members, and ask ing the council's wishes in the matter. This communication Jed to a lengthy dis cussion. ? Aid. Gamble, in moving the reception of tbe l...

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