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Presentation to Mr. J. B. Parker. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 12 January 1898

Pmwtititt to i£r. ff. B. Paifc*. Bombast »0 a-n annonoorment in ouriisqe qf last week, 1 public ttwtfng was held in the Town Hall ^Friday evening, wheja Mr. J. B. Parker, ol % postal department, OtmpbeU towo. was pruWuted with a purse, of .sovereign!) on the e»e or hie departure for ATectowri-on promotion.' l*the presentation was made *s a token of the high esteem in which Mr. Par ker is held by the general public, and also in recogoition of his efforts to at all timeb ad vance the interests of tut town. The cbair was ocoupied by the Mayor (Alderman D. H. Barker), and the very large gathering as pemblfd fully testified- to the popularity en joyed by Mr. Parker. In explaining the object of the meeting, tbe ^(ayor highly eulogised Mr. Parker, whose de parture from tbe district, be said, all wuuld deplore. It would not, he thought, be neces sary for him to say much, seeing that their friend was so well known. He mast, however, testify to the uniform courtesy Mr. Parker ex tended to all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Notice* A NY person found trespassiug'or removing- - -£*- timber from ' Apjiin Lodge' will be pro secuted according to law. DENIS CARROLL, Appin. lY|r. S. J. H. IVJoore, SOLICITOR, of our office, will continue to ViBit Campbelltown -every Saturday, and may - bs seen at Mr. Caldwell's residence, Queen-street, Campbelltown, from 4 to 8 p.m.. ' Mr. Moore may also be seen on other days by .appointment. GOULD AK» SHAW, Solicitors, Bridge-st., Sydney..

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Ingleburn Municipal Council. DECEMBER 28, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

X&gleimnL Mtmioipal Counoil. : December 28, 1897. Present : Aid. Barff (Mayor), Collins, Per cival, and Wbitehbupe.. . ? The tninuWg of the previous meeting were read and confirmea. V +? * ? . ' , . ' OOEBBSPpNDEJfOE. ' ' From Mr. Olynch, Loiobbiirdt, quoting a price to put Myrfclo Greek. crossing and. Ben Lomend road in a proper state «f repair, ac oording to tbe plan of the district engineer. After discussion, it was rosolved that the matter be left in the hands of the works . committee. MOTIONS. Aid. Collins moved. 'That a small wooden culvert be erected in front of SmnmerhayeB1 property, and that tbe same be left in the bands of the works committee to see it carried out.' la moving the motion, he said that as it was a small job and no specifications had been drawn up, it would be better to do the work by day labor, as a good local man living about there could do it in a few days. Aid. Whitehouse seconded the motion, and it was carried, ' Aid. Whitehouse moved, ' That two...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Passing Kotos. With regret I learn that the- military en campment is not to be held on our own green hills bat nearer the metropolis, likewise tbe Necropolis. From a epeotaculiSr point of view, it is saddening ; from a financial stand point, it is maddening. My sympathy goes forth in large consignments to the business people of our district, especially to such bb would plunge recklessly into the deep waters of monetary speculation, and pluckUy plank .down a whole -fealf-EOvereiga at one fell- swoop towards securing the ' necessary camping grounds and 'green flats' (there are some around Campbelltown). Just for their birth places' honor, and for the good of tbe place generally ; leaving out of calculation, of course, the stray £150 which might be har vested 1 A 'sprat to catch a. mackerel V A ' sprat' to catch a bloomin' whale ! My sorrow likewise gushes out to the forlorn maidens of this place, who expected such a time with the dear military men. Prompted by that irresistible someth...

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Letter to tb» Editor. Sib, — Now that the municipal elections are drawing near, the ratepayers of Ingleburn should keep before them the manner in which the first election was carried .out, and the one sided way in which everything bas been done since. A cry was made at that time by one of the present retiring aldermen of under hand work going on and of which be was to expose, but of which we have not beard any thing, while the underhand work turned out \o be all on the side of those elected. It seems strange that the ratepayers have to fall back on a person to represent them id the council who bas not a shilling's worth of pro perty io the district. Fault can be found with what little work has been done, viz., clearing that portion of Chester-road, where there ib an impassable gully ; and clearing roada where there is, and will be/little or ao traffic for many a day, while roads where there is constant traffic are left untouched. What are the ratepayers ou the western side of the ra...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Owupljelltowi ICu&ioipal Cou&oil. , . -TstfiiBDAT, Jakoaby 18. PftBBEHT. '?: Aldermen Barker {Major), Cald wejl,: j&atuble, Doj\e, Fowler, ^Graham, and/ Seflgjricfe.'^:;, ;,V-; ' . .. , ^.r- ., , -. . ..,-;-s CBBIB^SPOIIPKNCB. ^ t -i ' From Messrs. E. nnd W. Fieldbon»e, *n« closing acconnt lor subscription tataew ipapers.* — Beceived, and passed for payment From -the inspector of nuisances, reporting on sanitary matters, and stating that bis atten tion bad been called to soap-suds, etc., being allowed to flow- down certain drains in the municipality, thus causing a nuisance. The matter, he said, had been attended to and remedied. — Received, on the motion of Aid. Graham and Gamble. ' - From the Board of Health Department, enclosing, for the council's information and guidance, a copy of the Government: Grazstte, containing a proclamation of certain diseases to be infectious diseases for the purpose of the Public Health Act, and regulations made under tbe Act. ...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Postal Information. Marus are despatched^ from Campbelltown as under :— Sydney and North, 8.4S a.m., 3 p.m., and 8 p.m., Snndays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sunday* excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Uamden, 10 a.m. and 6.80 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same time as Oamden. Minto, 6.45 a.m., Bondsys excepled. ' Ingleburn, 8 45 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exeepled. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted;,. Wedderbum, Monday, Wednesday, aad Friday, 11 a.m. ' i ?? .-!?.' .- Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 0.30 p.m., Sundays exeepled. Douglas Park, same time as Picton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays ezcepced. . Appin, 0 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 a.m., 8undaya ex. cepted.

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Campbelltown United Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Ciwapfcelltowa United Band of Hope. The usual monthly meeting of the above Band of Hope was held in (he Weslnyan Chapel on Thursday evening last, when there was a large attendance of members and their friends. The chair was occupied by Mr. R. PhTzackerley (vice-president). Tbe various items on the programme were well rendered, much to the enjoyment of those present. Miss H. Gee presided at the organ. During an interval, a collection was taken up in aid of i tbe funds of tbe Band of Hope. The meeting was opened with a hymn, 'The Shout of Victor},' and prayer by the chair man, after which the programme was gone on with, as follows : — Chorus, ' Yield not to Temptation,' choir; address, by the cbair mitn ; recitation, ' The Band of Youngsters,' Charles Webb ; song, ' Crouching 'Neatti an Arch,' Beattie Edwards j recitation, 'My Ubcle,' Jack Boberts; duet, 'We've En lisji-cl in ths Army of tbe Brave,' Annie Hodges and Jessie Webb ; ~ recitation, ' JVoabl* in the Amen Corner,' Mr. R. Pbi...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bring'Uy, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Olenfield, Oreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount ' Hunter, Mulgo, NarelUn, The Oake, Pioton, Prestons, Thirim'rc, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out side these distances the postage ia Sd half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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CAMPBELLTOWN V. NARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

; Campbblltowk t. Narellan. Tbe above teams tried conclusions for tbe second time this season at Campbelltown on Saturday afternoon last, when the visitors were again defeated by 3 wickets and 107 ro|s. The Narellan team were several men shirt, arid the absentees' placed were filled by loial players. Scores : — ! Nabellan. Pitching, c Lees, b Alkin ? 3 Larkin, h.o.w., b Alkin.. ? 8 A. Clissold, c A. Pajten, b Clissold. 1 W. Britten, runout ? 5 E. Moore, st. J. Payten, b Clissold. 0 J. Dowle, c Gard, b Clissold ? 1 :F. Larkio, b Alkin ? 4 ' d. SpOoner, run out ? 6 V 3. M'Ewao, st. J. Payten, b Alkin. 0 ;A. Rose, aot out ? 12 P. Sbedren,c A. Payten, b Lees ? 18 j Sundries ? 4 ,« ... . : -/.. ?_ . . ~-_: 1 Campbelltown. iL. W. Ford, c M'Ewan, b Britten. 1 ;.'H. Alkin, b Britten ? 0 T. Lees, b Olissold ? 33 J. Gard, b Britten ? 7 'A. G. Payten, c Larkin, b Rose ... 35 iG. Spearing, b Britttm ? 0 jF. Clissold, not out ? ,. 53 IN. Gilbert, b Larkin ? 7 J. H. Payten, aotoat ? 26 : , Sundri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

JOB PBINTHSTG executed at tbr office of THIS PAPER on theshortest notice, and . AT TBS LOWEST POSSIBLE PBXOBS. The Campljelltown Herald. Owe of the BeBt Advertising Medi'.ieus -It^' out of Sydney. ,- ,,.3iErf;

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Cricket. CAMPBELLTOWN V. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

?;^ ?..-.-/V,; ...Orlolttt.; ', ?: _.-. iOABIPBBLLTOWN V. CfiNTBAi, CnMBBBLAHD. A TB»M representing th«Gampb«lltowa *1ul) 3i-W.ney.ed:to Parramstta on Wednesday last, 12^h in»t;, where they met and easily defeated CubtraJ Gamlierland by (hr«« wickets and 84 *0&s. - The home team batted first, aud were' aj&dispbsed of for 206 runs, thi prinoipal IwWwb twins; DocWf 48), O'ReiHy f 48), and Whlford (28). Campbelltown than went to ths wickets, and succeeded in compiling tbe very creditable score of 289 for tbe loss Df 7 wickets ; A. E. Fowler played good crioket, u«fee always. does, making 7fi (not out) ; and F/Ciissold (59), E. Park (38), T. J. Lees (not out 24), H. Kelly (24), and 3. H. Pay ten (21) also deserve praise for their batting. The scores ar« appended : — ._ ?. - Central Cumberland. D. O'Eeilly, c A. G. Pay ten, b Park 43 6. R. Walford, tun out ? 28 M'Namee, c Forbes, b Park ? 9 .j&shdowD, b Clissold ? 6 £. Docker, b Clissold..... ? 48 !W. Airey, o and...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, January 17, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

5M:-- ^ll^§^^§ ;''?:[ M wSf OPERAIIVB OOMPAN*. '::;; ?^VV' , ' IIM.ITSU. ?'%;.'?? /?' ? ?? '- '??!,- B?»-ntir, J-mu«y 17, 1897, Butter, creamery, p«lb., 7d to 7J4 , )| lint oVsliiyJoslrj, 0i t»d to 6d „ »eeoi»a o«iiiw, a»iiy, 814 to 4* Bacon, faert iuiid-cUKd 7d to T4d fiaoon, bwtmtchint cured, Od to 6Jd -: Bwon, b«t W»y *nd ioogh, fll i H«iM,ta»Hi«14-cUMd,8idlo8d ' H«u-i,m«eliln» cured, 7id to 8d -, Uta,*ato:$d ,: fihMM, flrttflunUty, 4J-1 to 6Jd Call suWStk, 9« to 2» Od : -. Flooi, fint qi^lilT^ per to»,.*130s tdt* £13 10* ^ftt^?' C™^ ?«?*; 8s 8U Io 8s 6d 1 *f£2r, pet top, £« 6i oa to m Qs.«a- : ??'.?-.. BarUy, English, p'tr t»u»heliS«fld to S»9d - ' „ OpCi *8s 8d to 3s M . - ? , - 4t»(- mm wed; act biuh., -fa Od to 6s 84 . C0Bk*lootg»»»»t'6d,petbu»h.,^»to»»6d Br«,6idto»d AFolUro, fcl to«4d ? O»U,**d,2i8dto2.10d ' tlua, feed, 2» Si to 2s 64 Onion*, per ton, £ 3 16s Od to £i 0a 03. Meadow Hay, £6 fir Potatoes, £9 10s Od to £10 Ot Od Tow)*, Per f*ir, 1* 6d lo 3a 3& - j)oau,2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Chubch or England.— St. P«tkrb. Sunday Service* : Morning mil, evening at 7 in winter, 7,80 in summer. Holy Communion: First Sunda*- in tbe month at morning service; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in the months of Jane, July, and August.- On festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short aerrice at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Claw. Dehham Court and lsglebura services on Sundays alternately morning and afternoon as usual until the new church is opened. See local list*. Bit. T. V. Auuk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

A Cure for Diphtheria. Me. J. B-. Redstone, postmaster at Bellingen, has received the follow ing from Mr. John Evans, who was for 27 years a letter carrier at Ips wioh, Queensland : — ' I write to you, not knowing any other source, a cure for diphtheria. I see by the Herald the death of two children. I have cured several this month in Darlington and Bedfern, and for over 26 years in Ipswich. One bottle will cure at least 20 diph theria patients. Put ateaspoonful of cayenne pepper in a pint and half bottle of water ; take a tea spoonful every half -hour. The third or fourth dose will cure the worst case. All the cases in Wagga I cured in the year 1888.' !

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. A naughty girl— Miss Behaviour. A smile is the same in all lan guages. - . Satan keeps his office open day and night. Death and Time end where Eter nity begins. A man's best friends are his ten fingers. — Oollyer. Fear always springs from ignor ance. — Emerson. We must not only look ahead ; we must go ahead. The duty of other people is al ways very clear to us. The secret of success is constancy of purpose.— Disraeli. Any man would much rather be a fool than look like one. It is difficult sometimes to deter mine between a broken heart and a ? torpid liver. The opportunity of a lifetime is sometimes merely a chance to say ao. The inan who loves only the faultless is usually struck on him Algerian Arabs inter their dead almost as soon as the breath has left the body. A man's declining years begin at fifty; a woman's begins from fif teen to eighteen. China has an academy of man ners that prescribes etiquette for the whole empire. A man in earnest finds means, or if ...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Boilwav i^ormatiMi- :- B YDNEy-CAMPBBLLTO Wl? TBAIK 6E&VICB. ,; .;-'-.. Week-day Ssmoe^ ..???'? ? Leare Sydney. Arrive C'toira. 9.30 a.m. lO^ik.m. 10.85 ASM. ??'!;-?' -???:- '?? lmpM^^^^^Mitfk: ?,? t 5.15 $M , t 5.18 . «.4& 6.50 8.28' t 9.08 9.59 11.30 1.00 a.m. Saturdays (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 Sydnpy. ? 4.48 aw'. «.00%ta. 7.85 8.46 ''?*. 8.40 9.85 9.15 10.43 p.m. 12.80 p.m. ? 2.05 8.38 4.45 4.00 6.44 8.33 10.12 Sondny Service : ' ? ? Leave Sydney. Arrive O'town. 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1. 00 p.m. 2.S5 p.\n. 5.50 ' 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.80 11,01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. CIO a.m. 7.35 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 ?(? Saturdays execpted, . * Mondays excepted. CAMPBBLLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave O'town. -i^^Art.' Damden. 7.85 a.m. v*%^,8.10 ji.iij. 9.15 .?''????.^*S8L- . 10.55 ??- -*fc8P*(rV- r- ? t 3.38p.m, 4.18*!«^r- t 7.28 - 1M .-:-.T~r™T Leave Catnden. Arrive O'iown. t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

i '-^T; ': 9tO/r' ^^??Bi^^ ':. '' '?' ?'?_; ?- ? '? '~^m| i' \/lSjH**yffi* *¥ Sole agents for the JfiwEapid, Sdver, and Hud fel ? '* ;_.' j. ' -_.;?_ ? _.ii_i.'l'::_.*!Li- '-/L^jF?1-'L-. '.JS?-.':::. .. '?'iJOSi ' ? wn GJclt*- latest catalejgues and list beet* ?^iA'yaj^|^yy,-^jffiff/py\!«aMSMyK|^Bj^g!KytA.- Ktxxxmjprxxw «« KKKK-rijiLivrvjlfzrcsyn^LrcnLru^'rrscALfiLALKn-nui&il . . . ,. application, Agent* in every town throughou ^7T^ . .V.'.V.'V'1' ^ - ? Key South Wales. ? ^^ SULKIES AS SHOWN, J Springs, Wheels 4ft. i '? ' ffffTsi '^ 4in. high, or lower ; snvaDa«hR«fl£tomplete, with ;' ^mmWG^SBEB ' ??'* Buggies, £1« Us.; Buok BDud-SnniM, tuft ID*.; S5£,?2S39|saaEES9B5K/^ai ' 3 '' ? SoaUemtea Busies, CM; DonWeBnggy H**«ni ' ? jP9HHnn|%/jk ~ ' IfrRTnr.pj^ in^ ^fl '. Bry'^^^—jTftftltiTrHiiTTflgnasta 11ms Ttb ^§*^^r\i^p5^^cSBs^''p'-i *' HUill (CD Manufacturer A Importer of — %/rlj^^l\N, J ? ? . niLLILn, vehicles and Saddlery. Y/|\\/ ''*?' 185 and 1OT SUSSEX STBBET, firDKBV. ' ^^1...

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Things Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Things 'Worth, Knowing. Flovb sprinkled on burning oil will at once extinguish it. It is very unhealthy to sleep in any garment worn during the day. A filter, unless kept scrupulously clean, is a most dangerous thing. If silver is well washed in warm water and soap it needs very little polishing. Potato peelings and cold water are excellent for cleaning glass, decanters, etc. Scrubbing brushes, brooms, etc., should al ways be bung up when not in use. It is just as important to look neat aud tidy in the morning as at any other time. A little castor oil rubbed iuto yonr boots occasionally will make them last much longer. Five oiiitutfts spent in darning a thin place will most likely save an hour's work later on. . . Dry salt, sprinkled over a carpet before it is swept, wlil help wonderfully to brighten the colours. To .take the smell of f reuh paint away, two or three paila of fresh water should be placed in tbe room. The old-fashioned remedy of tallow rubbed on brown paper and worn o...

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