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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

'You can lead a man anywhere by the nose of his self-esteem. Cupid has the shivers atiutng rich and fashionable people. Judge : ' Single or married V Prisoner sighs deeply. ' Oh, yos ; I see — married.' It is enrions how a woman who screams at a mouse is not startlsd hy a millinery bill that makes a man trcmb\p. Teacher : ' Now, what ultima] is it, tny.dpar, that furnishes yon with shoes to near and meal local?' Little girl : l My father, ma'am.' Little Willie from his mirror Sucked the mercury oil off, '' Thinking, in his childish error. It would core his whooping cough. 1 At the funeral. Willie's mother Smartly said to Mrs. Bro«rn, ??JTwas a chilly day for Willy When the mercury went down.' igf The subscription to this paper is Is per rjuaitcr i» mivriiie*1,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

?? ^a?^ci^liw^^;i' '?'-? '? Week-day. Serweejj'^fii;1;; : 10.85. ? :;jkM^r- . :;|^ ?1.80 p.m. . , 9.0Kp.iii. .^p r 5.15 ' . . ?'? .^.05 ;, :%-. wm t 5.18 6.48 ?- -'? J 6.50 8.2^ ti ?' i . t 900 9.59 ? 11.30 l»00*.«i. Saturdays (additional)! 8,00 ».uj. . ; ,9.O8.tt.nu' 1,55 p.nj. '3.15 p.m. 2.28 . ' ? ? ? 8.28 6.10 7.17 ' Leave Clown. Arrive SydnSE^ ?4.48 a.m. ' 6.00 ?«K^K. 7.85 8.4J; ' 'r^-;? 8.40 9.85 9.15 10.48 ?p.m. 12.80 p.tu. 2.05 8.88 - 4.45 4,00 ? - 5.4* 8.8S Jfr»' SnndaF Sertice : Leave Sydney. Arrive Clown. 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 f.m. 5.50 7.15 9,00 9.59 9.80 11,01 Leave C'town. Arrire Sydney, 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.14 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 -U2 8.30 10.05 t Saturdays excepted. * Mondays «cepttd. CAMPBBLLTOWN-CAMDEN TEAMWAY. Leave Ctown. Arr. Camdw. 7.85 8.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.15 9.50 10.55 11-35 t 8.83 p.m. 4.18 p.m. . ? 6.5p; 7.85 , , , ,~ .-'4.- tsl1^;;- ;?-?,-. -^.-^^:..-K«*i:-^Ki-W-^ Leave Oamden. Arrive C'town. J 6.50 a.m. 7.30 MB. 8.25 ' 9.05 10.05 10.4...

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The New Municipalities Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

The New Municipalities Act. The Act to consolidate the laws relating to monicipalifies, which was assented to by the Governor recently, is very comprehensive and important. It consists of much less than 265 sections, a number of sab-sections, and twenty schedules. - It awkes a clean sweep of ell the Acts heretofore dealing with mnniciDalities. inoluding the principal Act passed in 1867. They are all, numbering 16 statutes, repealed. It is of course provided that the repeat of the Acts in question shall ndt affect property vested, Acts or things validated or authorised, powers or protectiou acquired, Or icdemnitits given under any of tke repealed Aats. The Acts are re-enacted in an improved torso, and are all contained in the one statute. Some alterations are made, and it stay bs interest ing to state that in future tbe poll at muni cipal elections will close at 5 o'clock instead of 8, as heretofore. . ,.

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It Seemed to Hit. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

It Seemed to Bit. A nor sat on a bench in Battery Park on Saturday afternoon reading a novel, while hie boot-blacking outfit furnished a rest for his foet. Bye-and-liye a severe-looking man who was strolling about, noticed him and halted to ask: ' Boy, are you reading a novel V ' ' Yes, sir.' 'I thought so ! Getting yourself ready t» enter upon a career of crime V ' No, Bi'r.' * But that will be the inevitable result. It's an Indian story, I suppose ?' ' No, sir.' ' Some thrashy detective yjirn, then V ' No, sir.' - Then there's a boy in it who runs away from -homo and performs bBroiu deeds.' ' No, sir. It's about a bootblack right in tiiie. He got his first start in life by a gentle man coming to him in this very park and giv ing him 50 cnots to black his shoes !' ' Ah — Unl 1. Man was a fool !' growled the philanthropist as he trotted along and left the lad to take the broad and narrow path to tne galtowo.— New York ' World.'

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Postal lafbiaaation. Mails are despatches from Campbelltown M under: — Bydney and North, 8.45 a.m., 8 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. ' South, 8 p.m., Saturdays- 630 p.m., Sundays 8 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. «nd S.80 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same time as Oamden. Mioto, 6.46 a.m., Sondsys eiccpled. Ingleburn, 8 46 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, 8 p.m. and 0 p.m., Sundays excepted. Liverpool, 9 p.m. , Saturdays eioepted. Wedderbum, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. ' . Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 830 p.m., Sundays excepted, Douglas Park, same time as Picton. Menangle, 10 ».m., Sundays excepced. Appin, 6 f .m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Buttdaje ex. cepted. .

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The Milk Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Tlw Milk Trade. The manager of the Fresh Food and loe Co. (Mr. H. Patason)'Jwritee enclosing a copy of Mr. F. A. Baagerj'* report and award of the print offered 'byjita company for the best-kept fsrm durittg 1?97.- The report is a* follows i — ' I have much pleasure in sending herewith the result of my year's observation in connec tion with the swarding of the prizes offered by your company for the three best-kept farms supplying yon with milk. The deciding of the matter has been a source of anxiety to me through the whole .year, because there were so mnty worthy of a place, but although some will doubtless be appointed they must know that no one has so good an opportunity af judging correctly as I have, and my -aim can only bs to see justice doqe ; and I fee] that baring taken everything into considera tion my award is a correct one, and is as fol lows :— First prize, Mr. George Gear, Tallin bai, Albion Park ; second, Mr. Geo. Sharpe. Mount Hunter, Camdeu ; third, Mr. J. E. Redds))...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

» Cheap Advertising. Many people think that it costs nothing to run a newspaper, and there are some business people who are always on the look-out, f-*r cheap advertisements. We print the following dialogue for the latter's edification : — . ; ? Phitts : ? Ha ! old fellow ; how are yon ? Just heard that you have gone into the news paper business.' Bitts : ' Yes, just bought s country paper.' Phitts : ' That so 1 Why, you can give me an occasional puff then.' Bilts : ' Certainly ; vrliat are you busy with now V Phitts : ' I am in the clothing business — ready- made clothing.' Bilts: 'Ha! Then, you can give me an occasional suit of clothes.' Phitts: 'Well, duntio about -hat. It costs money to manufacture clothing, you know.' Bitts : ' That's true ; and it costs nothing to manufacture newspapers !' Then they'part.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, January 10, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

:'-:,/? Kutot ikrcrt. r:-y/:$ SOUTH COAST ^D \VB8T OA.MDEN C6- » ?: . ? ? 'tikir»ii;-'-:'--?; ???? ? , - *? ^rtMtr, January 10, 1887. ~' Batter, orettaety, yfilMi* to 3d : v „ factory. U tb 714 . „ flnt quality, di&7,0«6d to 7d „ second quality, dairy , *4 to U Baeai, betciuwl-autta 7d to 7iJ Bacon, Wt machine cured, Od to Old '- Bacon, bent heavy and tough, 64 Hams, but fcand-cmea, 8td to 9d Hams, machine cured, 7W to 81 l*K),4-itODd Cheese, first quality, 4td to S&d Honey, 2d to 2Jd - _ aJgUw. per lb.. iitd ie*i iJTOPigv— See nswspaperi lot »peci»l stock report .Calf-skine; «aca- 9a to ih Oa Fkur, lint quslity, per to*, £l« 0* «d U £13 10a , Flour, serond qusllij, £12 6s ~ ?'. MaUe, p»r bushel, ntw, &? 5d to Js 6d Wnest, 3. 9d to *» 6d GnsB, per ton. £4 biW to £8 0i Od Bub;, English, -pir busiiel, 3s fid to Si 94 „ '1-p«KJtoSd*toaiM ?-..? Ry« jjra's seed, p-r biuh., 68 -ld to 6« «d Oooketoot grass sted, per buih.,Bi tolled .... ir^si* S- «i -?-.??? Pollard,...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

CHCRCH SERVICES. Cuvkch op Enqund.— St. Pjstkks. (Sunday services : Morning «t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion: First Sunder in the month at morning aemce; 3ri8und«y, 7.4S a.m., except in the months of June, July, and August. On fetbrals, asunouaceJ. WodnMday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; ehoir practice at8o.ni. Friday : Short aerrice at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. Sehhsm Court and Inglebmn aervioes on Sundays alternately morning *nd afteuooa as asttal until the new churnb is opened. See local lists. Kbv. T. V, Alkin.

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Passing Notes. What a nice thing it must bs to ' be leaving' after so many years' residence. Not pleasant to hav« to tear oneself suddenly asunder from old associations, from loving friendship, from woefnl'wooings, and tbe thousand little tendrils which4 entwine around any heart that is human, alter so;many years' beating in cme locality and amongst the same people — but pleasant to find that so jinany are sorry (hat you are (o go. To ?find mtt arise from aU corners and declare they never $pw a better fellow— better, sometimes, Lad tber made ibe revelation at a more neces sary time. To one who left quite recently, these ihings may have come as a matter of course, but not so the farewell at the station that, at least, was somewhat unique. What a delightful sensation to find one sent off by so many old friends — and so many of them ladies. To sea the tear of regret well up in bright eyes, then hidden by the drooping eyelash — a symbol of the drooping heart within ! ' What could a poor...

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Hints on Milking. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Hints on Milking. Where there arc several milkers for s dairy herd, it is definable fur each to take the sninc cows daily. This nirans the same bail, and cows go to it at once, instead of being rushed about the yard and confused, as happens often when bails are used promiscuously. Vory often the best coirs in tin' herd are exception ally nervous, and, with a change of milkers, a fa(Iing-off is at once noticeable, which means that they manage, to ki-cp some havU for tho next milking, and Unit, of course, amoutits tu the same thing as careless stripping, as a quantity of the richest and best njjlk is loft iu the udder, and eventually a cow dries before her natural time. Where several persons are employed as milknrs, and their oue desire is to get through the task with as little labour and inconvenience as possible, there is naturally a rush for the pasiest cows, with the largest and best teats, and, under these circumstances, the milking can never be done to the best advan tage. Regul...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Romu( Catholic Cudech. 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 deration, 7.S0. Christmas Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a.m Ret. J. Donne

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

**' .. -Shall Debts Oodbt. J. Booking v. B. Hayward.— Claim, £7 lOs, rjht due. Mr.iPassmore appeared for defendant, and consented to a verdict being entered for the plaintiff for tho full amount claimed, together with court costs.

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A Spiteful Bachelor's Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

A Spiteful Bachelor's Reflections. The more we study She the more we don't understand how it ie that She is able to timt us round her little' finger whenever She feele litco it. But She is. For whom is it that in childhood's happy days we fight with a boy three sizes larger Sao ourselves, and get so severely punished a.\ we can't sit np for a week? Why, for. She — and She only laughs at us for our pains. Who is it that devours all onr spare' change in the shape of costly, sweets, aud calls' for more— and .gets them too? She. . For whom do wo linger at stage doors with two guinea bouquets, to purchase which we have to endure a fortnight's martyrdom at lunch time ? She. Who, I ask, is it that, when ive employ her as typewriter, spells summer witii one :m and February with only one r, and yet escapes without censure 1 It is She. Ah, yes ! It is She. Who is it that accepts our theatre tickets, our bouquets, and our devotion, and then goes off and marries another fellow? She— and tor thi...

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The Darkie's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

The Daxkie's Prayer. A whith miuistcr, after condueting services at a colored church, asked an old deacon to lead in prayer. The brother in black offered a fervent appeal for the white brother, and said : — 4I O, Lord, gib him do eye oh de engk. dal he spy out sin afar off. Wax his hands t-i de gospel plough. Tie his tongue to the- line oh truth. Kail bis ear to. de gospel pole. Bow his head way down between hie knees, and his knees way down in some lonesome, datk and narrer valley whore prayer is much wanted. 'Noiiit him wid de kerosene ile of salvation, aad set him on fire'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

sMrtoia * so^s'BcfoAtTPi^itxrEkf.T.-i. th« King of Italy, a» per comWuniS'tidn lli&ne by theMlnUtertor RjretgTi Aaur»rthwngV«ie C«n flul'Genewi for Italy, at Melbourne, M.»rct 14th, .1878.- -Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi Mtion, 186S. Acknowledges by Medioil. Clinic* and Ufliferaitles hll over theXJlobe. / : There we imitations of Etioalvpti Extract in the market, proflucta ct simple dl»ta!»tion( forming crude *e«lnous bile. - In order that these crude oiu insy not be token for our pure Volntile Eucalypti Bxtrftt, which is leco jnbed by the Medical Divi: cion of the Prue»i«n Oorernmeot to be of petfeotly pure origin; as per information forwarded to as through the Consul at Melbourne, March % 1878, we state : — Jt i« proved by tetta made by the Medical Clinics of the Univereiii' a of Bonn and Ocietawald (Frus- eia), and reported to by Dr. Schlutz, Professor of Pharmaoology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Directofofthe Meiicul dines at Griefswald, that only product*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

;;? Subscribe to tliis paper— 4a per annum.

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Wise aijd Otherwise. Mftn is the balance-wheel of All good men don't make good husbands. Soot is one of the finest garden manures known. The finest sort of asbestos is im ported from Italy. - A Chinaman eats twice as much meat as a Japanese. Opium is considered three times as deadly as alcohol. ? The sum of 150 guineas has been paid for a single orchid. ? '? '-'-?uyMfiWi — ? ? Glass brushes are used by the artists who decorate China. ' Honey will turn to wax if left untouched for some years. Nothing so brightens and refines a room as having flowers in it. -*i^Bgraph-:wire'madeol paper is the latest American invention. Unreljuited affeotioniasa rule, is a misfortune rather than a fault. ?V'-jiV the British' -Army- there; Bre 11,000 men at least'Bft 'lUn. tall. ?-????' Sectors are now recommending grapes for strengthening the voice. Since grief but aggravates the loss, Grieve not for what is past. 'Sou haft better' be1 poisoned in your blood than in your principles. An ostrich's egg w...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

PBNKV-PO3TAGE AREA* The peony postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringully, Browutow Bitt. 'Q**^ ' den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Glenneld, Greondale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingteburn, Luddenham, fclenangle, Minto, Mount Hunt«r, - Mulgo, Narellan, Tbe Oaks, , Picton.. Prestons, Thirlmere, Wallaoe, Werombi, and Wilton;.; Out sido these dlitances tbe postage is 2dh«4C«!Jince. W, Wooo.iftistmater.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

[?] SULKIES AS SHOWN, 8 8pnn€»,Vni«1U«t. fci— ^k^ffito» ': '::«' 4in.hij-b. or lower ; Silfw Dash ?RiflOoniplete.wUi ;' -- ' .^?KSXsWSaBZrV '{*;': lamps,. £8irs Sd. £DULiEafniiBMB.,Singls-«eaU4 ?i.'IMBtaHm. 'SSk? BuggiM,«c Us.; Buck BoudBumies, £10 10b.; '. M IJIji. L Mt I ff\' IT 90s.; Biag\e Buggy Uarnwa,-S0s..t(iMfc per set; Bort Quality mm' 41 JS&Bti^&lL&V^ ~tfl : BHIUl.EB, u*.«a.; Boys'8«daies,Bes^'irithHogSi-abi,3«s.6a. N/TMJHJjSR^ ''lal' HUH I1CO Manufacturer & Importer of ^VjPf/fll vsj I . niLLltti, VEHICLES and SADDLERY. ^^'V/f \\/ '*J J85 and 137 SUSSEX STREET, 8TONBT.' ?-' ?i^£j£Jr^/K- '''ML v ' '? VltniCM.V F^lTOBT : UULBOU11KK «TMET, OONOOBD.' :.-..' ' '* ' ' 3Bk' OLO ESTABU8BED, RELIABLE. SEND FOB CATALOSUB. . & SA';'l,r.--. fOTl.idiwandJfcnUpmeD. TheiuiiwH.'~Bn-U£K into be seen on jwiiiy til Rooa'fRfldUl M ' uk-J 'ii Uie i ol.my. The lTioeis T-iw, tug Ouility exceptionally Good. If Tmlliavo not tliea one, flow. YSj. WING 6n JANG...

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