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Fiendish Cruelty to a Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Fiendish Cruelty to ft Wife. Tub wife of Antonio Milagno suffered on November 20, at iiyrio, Pennsylvania (U.S.), a most horrible death. On Tlimikggiring Day Aniotiio became drunk and wunl to the cellar to gel more liquor, lie. felt, and his wife came lo Wm assistance with a Innii), but he throw a hummer at her head, and missed the mark. He llipn came upstairs with a can of oil and tar, wliiVI] h* threw in his wife's face. In on in stant the mixture uuughl fire 'from the lamp, aud she was enveloped in flnuieB. Help ar med iu time to prevent her from burning up where shu stood. Tim woman was laid on her bed, Mid when the officers arrived they fouud Ai-l»»ii- standing ovrr her, plucking the cocked (le.oli from her hreast and arms i» fiendish tflee. and cursing like a demon. When he was nrrjisled lie rari-d mid had lo ha suhjouted to ruiigh treatuienL before be could be takeu to the |Hi|iee eUiion,

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

- Licensing Court. Before Messrs. J. Eidd and M. D. Wood house, 'L.M's. Under the 28th section of the Licensing Act, Sergt. Sauodera (licensing inspector) proceeded against Basil Cooper for having failed.to maintain the premises known as trie Forbes' Hotel, CampbelltowD, in the condition required by the Act. ' Before proceeding with tbe case, the inspec tor informed tbe Bencn that Mr. Jos. Sherack was present to make application for a transfer of the iioeose. . If Mr. Sberack would guaran tee to renovate the premises and put them in the co&tfition required by the Act, he wottld, by permission of the Bench, withdraw the case against Cooper and offer no ?bjeotion to the transfer of the license. Mr.jSherack promised to do this, and' the application for the transfer Was accordingly granted; and tbe case against Cooper with drawnj

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MISS BESSIE. A POSTMAN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

MISS BESSIE. A Postman's Stobv. Yes, sir ; I have carried the Barnborough nails for thirty yearn, seldom oiisMng a day. - Hitid work 1 You are right, air. In and nut of ltedhill twice a day, winter and sum mer, in all weathen. Half-au-hour'a walk lo Barnboroush station from the town, and a delivery round of more I ban five miles. I tiave lo tramp over twenty miles, sunt-bin« or ruin, nvrry day but Sunday. ? But in these times I nib only too glad of t!iet work, nrnl thankful lo our young post ?uaiter for keeping me on at my age. Yea, I set) a great deal of oilier people's jny.B and Burrows, t-o. as I ro from bouse to house.. I bavo seen many a bright eye grow brighter, and red lip; smile sweetly, at the sight of familiar handwriting; and I am al ways glad to be (tit bearer of good news. But I have seen a pale face grow suddenly paler, and the lips quiver pitifully, and sometimes a flood of tears which could not be repressed, at the si^lit of a black-bordered envelops. But, (o my way ...

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Campbelltown Police Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

v.:* ., OmpTJoilbrtWi'toUso donri ' \i :'-:py.rkk'k^ks;Xuif^n^i.---- ?'? B»ioB»v M«sy«. J. Kidd, P. B. -Hurley, M. ?'...:..??.. I BOOKIsa V.flATWABD. This f «i* a J3b*b; jb t^bi^b.; piciu tiff (.Tames Booking) SougW;au oMerlrdni the Bench to eject defendant (Robert Hayward) from cer tain praloUeB situated in Queen-street. Camp belltown, of which he (plaintiff) was the owner. ;- Mr, Passmore appeared for defendant, and admttfrif tenancy, bat raised an objection to the information on the grounds that it -was very vague, sufficient notice to quit not being given by plaintiff. On these grounds, be held, tbe case should be dismissed. The Bench decided to dear evidence, add the .statement* of plaintiff and defendant were tskent^Che former 'deposed to having given 'Hay ward verb*! notice to vacate the prem^ei, i-ut; ike exact date on which such notioc -wjas given he could not remember. De fendant Jon tbjB other hand, denied having re ceived notice. J * ' : . „. , Aftoidrte cbiwidoration, t...

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"A Smart Man." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

'A Smart Maa.' A few weeks ago a man who was enlarging pictures visited the residence of « particularly 'sharp' individval. ' We are doing some very fine work,' said the agent, ' and in order to iutrodKce it to the public we make you the first picture free. We will expect you to. show the picture to your neighbors, of course, and help advertise us iff that way. The pictures will not cost you a penny.1' . Mr. Smart hunted up a picture and gave it to the man to enlarge. The other day be returned with the enlarged picture. It was enclosed in a gaudy -fr' fl*. '? Of course,' the man explained, lMne pic ture costs you nothing, but we charge £l for a frame like that.' 'That picture is all right,' said Mr. Smirf.1 ' It pleased me first rote. I will just take it into the other room arid see what my wife thinks of it.' And Smart went into the: next room, re moved the picture from behind the glass, and he returned with the empty frame. ' My wife likes the picture first rate,' he said, as he L...

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The Treacle Trick. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

[?] PmbMl-dtoiiM i*i ions stepped one evening' 1a^flnyTOB%^opWi«??cerr ' ' Do yon, sell ireacle ?' said the first. :? ' ':itw, Bir,'said the grocer. ! ' Have yon a tesselto put iHn ?' ?'WMtJ inyonrJiBtr h : 'V'JP6urJtgn-{^iV|0r«. wager.' i : The grocer' tbok'the hat, placed it in the scale, and, lunch amused at the ides, poured into it 2Ihs. weight of treacle. ? ' ' There's .the .money,' said the purchaser*. The grocer bogao lo count tlieciiVngp, when the tnau said : '.Pardon me, but your treacle has a queer smell.' ' It is very good, I assure you.' 'No V smell it. ? The grocer put his head to the liat, and at the same moment the customer, by a rapid; movement, thrust the mau's head into tho bat, and «s lbs grocer inetinctirtily raised his head, the customer knocked the hat over his eyes;' The other man then plunged his hand into the till nod 'seized -a handful of uiopey. Both got clear off before the unfortunate grocer- could; gi»e the alarm. ... .... ^ -,

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

Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together wera used by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixoo'ff Yaokee Doodle if 6nl ererftrhere. Dixon's Conqueror — the workman's tobacco. Dixon's Sir Ro^er Twist.*

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Local and General Potatoes in Sydney ar» realising tbe highest prices known for the last seven years. Tbe piers for the new overhead bridge at tbe Picton station have been commenced. The third teat mutch between th« EneJish cricketers and an Australian eleven will bt comnienced at Adelaide on Saturday next. Good progress is being made in the erection of St. .Tames' Ohqrch, Mioto, and it ia expected that the building will be so far completed aa to be ready for opening on 1st February. Under instructions from various owners, Mr. T. Gnmb.Io will conduct an auction sale at East Minto on tbe 20th instant. Tbe sale m an important one, and oar readers will do well to peruse tho advertisement, which appears in our busioeas columns. In Viotoria, a niilk-suppHer has been dis qualified for life by a butter company. It ?eemi he grtin poor milk, and the cows of hit neighbor (a widow) gare rich milk. He took her milk to the factory with his own, but sold her good product as his own, giving her th...

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Didn't Know Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Didn't K&ow Him. A good story comes from Armidale concern ing Ranji while laid up in that town with quimy. With the ustral obsequious flattery that has marked the progress of this Nabob since setting foot in Australia, a great squat ter, quite a young man, arrived to pay Kanji a visit, sending his card up in the usual way. The man of boundless acren awaited the ser vant's return, and was rewarded with the fol lowing r»ply :— 'I don't know you. imdion't want to'know yon. — ftiMJlTSiNHji.'

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

Pbesbytibun Church. Sunday morning at 11, erening 7, nod daring sum - met months at 7.30. Sunday school at S p.m. Tbundsy, » a.m.— Ke]i£tou« instruction, public ?-r school, . ' f V Thursday, 7.30 p.m ? Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Fridtv evening*, 7—9. Bit. D. Moon*. B.A. Rav. B. Steel, M. A. (in charge).

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

CoHGBKQITIONAL ChUBCH. Sunday: Morning at II, evening at 7. Communion : Firtt Sunday in tie month at morn ing service. Monday: Bible class, 8 p.m. -?' f.--' Wednesday: Services and choir practice, 7.46 p.m. '??/ Service every Sunday afternoon at AtcadU at 3 ~-£* o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raven.

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

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

The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNE8DA1, JANUARY 12, 1898.

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

BANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRA' T— Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty tbe King of Italy, aa per communication made by the Minister for foreign Affairs, through the Con sul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14th, 1878, Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 186S. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics antf 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 these crude oils may not be taken' for our pure Volatile Buoalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divi sion of the Prusuao Government to be of perfectly pare origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1876, we state; — It ii proved by tests made by tbe Medical Clinics of the tfaivorsitus of lonn «nd Griefs wald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. Sohlutz Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director or the Medioal ...

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

% Werlbtan Cuubch. Jan. 16— Mr. B. Proctor at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Pictok PiKIBK.— Roman Catholic. ' fc Jan. 16— Menangle at 9, Picton 11.30 Key. D, A. Harriett.

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The Easter Encampment. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Vh» Buster SMunpave&t. ' DBriiaTBaf«»ng«nents H^ye now been made by tbe military, authori ties ,f or holding the faster encamp ment at a site aear ''Bookweodi Majbr-General French says that the spot'coTOri an ajpa of ,800 or 960 acres of splendid ground for camping and manoeuvring. It has a water supply all along one side. Originally it had been hoped that a sufficiently extensive piece of coun try would have been, obtained, to permit of actual shot and shell practice, but, as the General re marked, 'You can't have every thing.' ' This from the Daily Telegraph, which has been the cause of much disappointment amongst local resi dents, as it was thought to be a foregone conclusion that the camp would be held at Campbelltown. It wjll jibt, we think, be generally, iaflmitted that Rookwood is a wry desirable spot for the camp. Were wet 'weather to prevail, there would be 'nothing but mud up to the horses' girths so to speak, and even in fine weather the -dust would be very disagr...

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

Wonderful Results ATTAINED BY . LOASBV'S WAHO0 IN A CASE OF ACDTE INDIGESTION. Curtin'a BuUdings, OS Kent-et, Sydney, - 25th Oct., 1897. To the Manager LoaBby's Wahoo Mfg. Co., Ltd. — Dear Sir,— I think everyone should know the value of LoaBby'a ' Wahoo,' and you have my per mission to publish the folio wing, facts. For some time I was prostrated with a thsrp, piercing pain in the chest and back, juat between the shoulders. I was afraid to «at and fonnd it impossible to sleep. Small hard lumps appeared all over my cheat. My stomach was much distended, and I.w;aea victim to constipation. A doctor whom 1 .consulted was un-, able to help me, and it was not till I: bad procured ' Wahoo' that X got relief. Three. doses' .relieved the pain, and in two weeks I 'was qjiite cured. .1 really believe ' Wahoo' has prolonged my life. ' Tours sincerely, (Un.) M. A. GRAJHT. ' Waheo' price Ss fid from all Chemists and Stoie keep' rs, or post free from LoashyV ' WaJioo' - Mfg. Co., Ltd., 171 Keot-et...

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Tell Me in My Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

?X^^WW^m§^^::i -?i \_ -' ?' tm 8ro%=wbii1u Toavb your iip», -6tfr ;/iye«' , And fpr « «^eH jbur Uwgliter i» Jaw^y* * f . ? Though p lifted to jiiiti you, I could yet bs' ?..??:-T-;-'-.,.-.!^toii.- ??'??? ? ;? .-.^ ???.-. ?-???' : ' Jf I oobiil ihiok that )«?« would sometimes; ' - iTrbni put (he deptl-6 of those dear iyc8 of ?r '? '??.-. ' * .-. '? W»Bi If I could think your heart would soinetioiet ? f , ??*«?! ?-? .? .. , : Ajuumenl'B }-nin lliat I was not iviib you ; O thpn would storms of fate but calmness - teem, ' . . . . .-.???? :'-. My p«i{- be pli-asant wlipresoe'er I go. ..A ^^ J(jar|pgt) J,.areg, j t^]! n||| jQ ,,,y d,ein, y-~™~*:£.'. f ^{^ It may be «o. ?? '? - lift but knew « he bid days would i-« best, ' j ' ' ' As-d^ar to you as they imve been to. me, . j « Thatftoj- : Jh-ir «,tke you'd sometimes climb , ' Of wooded bills, where we looked out to s r*i: v ?*?«.''*'?: ' ? . . : - 'Atfti plucked the wild rose, where in summers ''''' WitJi -throbbing Jiearl I wandered , at ...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

. SEUeeUaneous lEexos. The French Government have ordered two cruisers to proceed. /tp China. . ? ' ' . - The Spanish Government have ordered 7000 troops to Cuba as re inforcements: Persai Pass, on the Indian fron tier, has been captured, by the British troops. The Natal Government have im posed a duty of 2d per lb. on im ported frozen and chilled meat. Durrant, the notorious San Fran cisco murderer, who was convicted in November, 1895, has been exe cuted.. Many of the low-lying suburbs of Brisbane are inundate^; og^gt^; the heavy rainsj and floods a*e ex pected. ' ;' Orders have been given in the French dockyards to accelerate the building of warships as much as possible. .

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

CRICKET. On Saturday afternoon last, the Campbell- town team, on their own wicket, met and played a drawn game with the Liverpool   Independent club. The visitors did not arrive until late in the day, consequently tbe game was not nearly finished when the stumps were drawn. As it was, however, the local team had decidedly the best of the game. They went to the wickets first, and in the short space of one hour and 40 minutes knocked up no less than 207 runs for the loss of only two wickets, Liverpool responding with four for 62. For Campbelltown, A. G. Payten, F. Clissold, and J. H. Payten batted well, the former playing a not out innings of 102, whilst the two latter had 57 (not out) and 39 respectively to their credit. Scores:—   CAMPBELLTOWN.     J. H. Payten, b F. Donnan .............. 39   A. G. Payten, not out................... 102   T. J. Lees, h.o.w., b F. Donnan.......... 1 F. Clissold, not out .....

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