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Camden Police Court. THURSDAY, 13TH, JANUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Cwxdtt {Police Court. . ; ! Tbubbdav, litik JJ^stJABT,^ ! 1898. . ?} -;. Before Mr. T. E.MauNevio, P.M., and Mr. WO. F«raer,;Hj.P, * -Lt,EGEP ASSAULT AT SAHELMN. ?W- Little, on -*mand, wasjpharxed with as saulting David Wallace, V»t Narelielii, od Gib November last. :'r Mr. M, M. D'Arey-Irvine prosecuted on be half of the police and Mr. C. J. Passmore ap peared for defendant. ? E, Cross, stoffijteper, of Nareltan, deposed : Remember Saturday, November 6th ; eaw de fendant at between 9 and 10 p.m., on the road side fronting tbe shop, also a roan named Wal lace ; heard, bad language used ; Little was off Jiis horse, palling off hi* coat, and Wallace wbb on the verandah ; - no one else was present '; Little said he wanted to fight, but I tried to persuade him to go home ; Little said to Wal lace, ' You go home,' to whioh the latter re plied, ' 111 jump on you ;' Little then struck at, or pushed, Wallace, after which Meredith gotjoff his horse aod assaulted Wallace ; I told them not' to...

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

UnabrJiie ol»tinguiBhedi-att»DaiBpriQs'M«ie«ty Jbbe -SJnff of Italy* As Stttr. icoiiQinuiiioadoiljmaue by the Minister for iVjjeign JUI*a*, throagb the Can- ? «nl;Qehenl foi Italy, *$ .Ueltwtt'me, lueroh 14th, 1678. ,Aw»ri«l'-UpU-n» at ythn Amiterdam Bxtt- . kition;*88j. Acknowledged by: Hedioal Climes *i;4^niwifiTt^aidvj^Se7J]ot». . y ; ., There are imittttona ,t-f Enbalypti Extract in the l&arVet, tftbaufeta'ol -aiisple ~ airallatioxi,rfo.iiiiiikg. crude resinous -iil»,' ' In orderthat these crude oils in»y,DOt be taken for bui pureiVolttile Euoalybtl Bztract, which is *eoognUed by the Medical DM-' sion of the fywuan Government to tie of perfectly pure origin, Bgp*r inf,oimatlon forwarded to vlb. through the ConBnl at Melbourne, March's, 1878, we state: — ~'' ? -? ? ? . . , ; , It i«jjror«dJt-y tests made by tbe Medical Clinics' of the Universities of. Bonn and Otiefswald (Prue Bia), and reported to by Or. Sohlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossi...

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

. WE ARE THE LABGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^^^^jj^f^j^^^^ I'll A 11 ft A 2 and aU kinds of FIANOS, i wusiGAL— - ORGANS 1 iNSTfiUMEMTS CS^C*6-**^*'* IN AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories I This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least. ?: 20 per cent, less than other Houses. ' We guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. If you send your order by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally present to select. Catalogues sent post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument W.H. PALING & CO., LTD., SYDNEY. I IT TAKES MORE : THAN HALF ?an EYE to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolf g'g Schnapps ON YOU. ? The CampfcelHown Herald. Subscription, 4s per ...

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The Irish Soldier's Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

The Irish, Soldier's Bvidoaoe. An Irish soldier on ssntry duty had orders to allow no one to einoko ceiir bis post. An officer with a lighted cigar approached, and Pal boldly challenged him and ordered him to put it oat at once. The officer, with a gesture ol disgust, threw it away, but no sooner wbb bis back turned than Pat picked it up and quietly retired to his sentry box. The officer jnst happened io look round, and observed a beauti ful cloud of smoke issuing from tho box. fie turned back and at opcu challenged Pat for smoking an duty. ?'? Shmoking, it it, sor ?' said tho sentry. '? Shure, and Oi'm poly kape ing it to show to thu corporal whin he comes round us ividrnce agin'ye !' Whenever you see a man handling a young woman as if hv were afraid he would break h»r, yon may make up your mind that she is a bride. Tho time a hi-ifer is allowed to go dry before her second calf, affects her habit all the rest of her lif'1. Three or four weeks is enough, The very bett cows can be ha...

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Campbelltown Police Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

OwiplwUtowa Polioi Court. ?'?.-?V » 'SiibibiT, JAMaair 15. v': -? BBFoBBMwrgT.E.Al^N^n. P-M., P. B. Hiriey, H. AViutoi, i»i-dW; Oninmins, JsJP. , , '. »♦* v. o'louqhlak. . _._?.;: This mis iitit io ?wliioh: Harry O'Longhlsti was proceeded jjjainsf'ty Bernard Bay lor having, on -26ih DecemW last; at Qusedale, Ap[-in, Utun und osed » cream pony mare, tbe properly of tiie said Bernard, Day. ''' ? Mr. O. J. Pd&more appeared fur complain ant, and Mr. M. M. D'Aroy-Irvine for dtfend ant, who pleaded not guilty. Oomplaioaut deposed : On tbe afternoon of 26th December last, at about 4 o'clock, I was at defendant's residence ; I was there by invi tation ; defendant's sun was playing the piano and singing, and after a lime, at about 4.30, I went outside, when I saw df fondant rising my pony, which I had ridden there ; he was galloping it and flogging it with a whip ; when he returned to the stockyard he made a remark, which lad to some words betvreeu us ; I told him to 'nark it,' and i...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Loo&l and General England is being reassured that Australia ?till produces cricketers. Camden show — Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, March 23, 24, and 25. The ssvera.1 fresh advertisements which ap pear elsewhere require attention. Several items of local interest are crowded out of Ibis issue owing to pressure on our ?pace. I btve a nice lot of black plums for jam — the price is witfiiu rracli. Please hurry up. — J. RigelsFord, Campbelltown. ? Tenders are called this issue for repairs and improvements to the Miuto Public School. Tenders close 00 the 27th last. It is said that Aid. Griffiths, of Camden, will contest the Illawarra Electorate in the labor interest next Parliamentary election. There was, we are pleased to learn, a con siderable improvement in the state of Mr. Cha«. Stanley's health yesterday afternoon. Prior to bis departure for South Africa at at early date, Mr. O. W. Cleveland, of Cam den, is to be tendered a complimentary dinner. There it a further noticeabl...

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SHALL DEBTS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

SHALL DEBTS CASE. Mrs. W. W. Lses v. Robert Gundberg. — Claim fur £5 9s 8M, goods sold and delivered. Verdiet for plaintiff by consent, payment to be made by monthly instalments of 10s,

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ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

ALLEGED ASSAULT.' In this case, the same parties were concerned. Bernard D«y charged Harry O'Loagblan with having unlawfully assaulted him at Ousedale, Appin, on 26th December, The parties wen) represented by the tame counsel as in the previous case. Complainant stated -. I was at defendant's residenee on tbe afternoon of 26th December last ; a dispute arose, and defendant told me to clear out ; I said, ' You will not have to tell me that a second time,' and was about to leave on horseback when defendant came up and, catobing bold of me, struck me with a whip ; I was struck on the leg and thigh, and marked ; I said to defendant, ' Yon are oue of those clever sort,' and be lo'lowcd me up and pulled me off the horse by the leg,' re marking at lbs same time, 'I'll show yon whether I'm one of the clever sort or Dot ; when I was down, defendant kicked me on tbe ribs and bruised me ; I gave him no provoca tion. Bf Mr. D'Arey-Irvine : On the day previ ous to the assault I was jumping and f...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sunday: Morning at 11, evening at 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Coira&BQATIONAL CHUBCH. Sunday: Moraine at II, evenine at 7. Communion : First Sunday in the month at mom ing aerrice. Monday: Bible class, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Serrict* ana choir practice, 7.46 p.m. Senioe every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p-m. Rev. O. A. Raves.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Rohin Catholic Cuvboh. 8twUy: First Mast, 8. 30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 sun. ; Vespers, etc., 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Maas, 9 a.m. ; erening deration, 7. SO. Christina. Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a.m. Ret. J. Domhb.

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

Thi&ffs Slowly LmnieA. Tbebi it a min in Scotlnni who used, to wriii many readable/and initrnoMre things. ; He algae! himself ' A Country Pmmd,' and a *rlght ptrioi he i*. One of hi* awjfiU entitled/' TMogsSlowlj Learned,' a good line of thought (for anybody. ' Will, here il one of the things slowly learned - that disease dosen't jump pn*mui lik« a wild oat out of 4 tree, but derelbpt from teed* and condi tion*, just ai ro»e« and weedt do. We who'wrlk and print then essayi of ' which th«w lines are one have said this * hundred times ; but all the peopli don't seem to bi'ye thoroughly fruped the idea yet - ,^J) 35or if Mr, {Theodore Treasure alone h»d dose «Q he wouldn't have Buffeted ten yean bom atttcki ol rheumatic fever. In November, 1891, he says, he had a fearful time with it He tells iu in a lettw that he had dreadful pains all over his body, and was so aore he couldn't be»r anything to touol him. Even the bedclothes hurt Urn, like a leathei against a sore eye. ' I got...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

Weblctan Chobch. Jan. 28— Student at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Pictok Parish.— Roman Catholic. Jan. 23— Appin at 9, Menangle 11.30 Bev. O. A. Haroett. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY JANCAKT 19. 1898.

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

THE FORBES HOTEL, CAMPBEI-IiTOWN. Proprietor -?- Joseph Sheracl\. This First-class Family Hotel offers the best accommodation to vistors. The Hotel is replete with all modern conveniences, is handsomely furnished, and the best Wines and Spirits only are kept. — Terms' moderate. Private and public rooms. - . ^ CAPTAIN FERGUSON, | - fpbfJiikttliF Private Secretary to ;; I^^^^HIS EXCELLENCY ;: |^$%lliJK» . THE GOVERNOR;: . . ; of N. 8. Wales ; ; | Writes:- . i: , 'I beg to Inform you that the sample packet of ? ? . ? i ' ! t, „ '^ CEE&ON ...;? ???'.? ' ' you were ffood enough to send me, wait prepared for H|s Excellency, ? - * ; 'f and the Tea seemed to be of EXCELLENT Quality.' . , . ' ? ?? ' The Nirvana Td- Co. which puts up Hs Tea In lead In the Country ; ; ? '- '? ' in which it is grown, in order Iba't'1 it may reach the public In the original .. ; packets, has appointed as its local agent— ' '. .' ! ^ ,' ?'? ; glf Dobell Brothers, Camden. ! J' \ ', . From whom FREE package...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

PbbSbvibriah Cbdech. Sunday morning at 11, ereninj; 7, and during sum mer-months sit 7. 80. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Hcligious imtrnetion, public school. . , ....,*. . Thursday, 7.80 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice, .' ' ' The Minister may be aeen at the Manse on Friday evenings, 7— 8. Rev. D. Moobe, B.A. Ret. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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VIOLETS TWO LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

VIOLETS TWO LOVERS. ' Hint eyes are not blue, but violet,' said the jopng father. '? And Violet is such ? pretty name,'«aid the younger mother. ' Let us ntina her so.' And Violet she was christened. Hither, to the quiet tillage, came one sum ,«jTi Otto Blanche, who had trained I knew . , ^mubow many profusions.! singers. : , „ f. She had a divine voice, and the took delight r yMJbu improving it during her sojourn. ^W' That -r«i a happy summer. Violet looked - back upon it now with tears. That autumn a penitence bad ««rept through the village ', and th« good mother and father, almost young people yet, were smitten by it, and lay under one willow in the churchyard. And Violet was earniug her bread as a chorus singer in an opera troupe, and board ing in a bye-street, with an old laundress. The opera was over one night in the frosty mid-winler. The fair-faced girl, in her black ' alpaca aud quiet shawl and hood, peeped out into the night with hsr violet eyes, and . waited for a band of ...

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Our Daily Reckoning. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

' '~-\ ?.' : ?j6tup.;^||^jJii^^|^-:::-;;--;--.' iryou lit down *t set of eun^ i-v ? - Ana -count the acts that yon tive dow, ^ ??? ''? .f-~ v,- And, oodnting, find ..: '^ One «1f -denying »ot, one word ? ? TJi»te«se-l tii* heart of jiioi who heard, '..'.. One gla'ncB molt kio4 that fell Hkf subsbine frhera it wont, ; Tfcen vou ni»y count that hour well spent. - . But if, through all the livelong day, You've cheered no heart by yea or cay ; '-- If, through it all, 5T©u've nothing dun*, that you can trace, TW brought the sunshine to one face, No aot most -small '? - Tb«t helped come soul, «nd nothing cost, Thtb VouDt that day aa wont than lust.

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Terrible Burning Accident. A SYDNEY MAN FALLS ON A HOT STEAM-PIPE IN A BATH. HIS FLASH ADHERED TO THE PIPE LIKE A STEAK TI A FRYING-PAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 January 1898

' Te^ble Btaaiag iweideftt. \-/-' . A BJfDNEir MAN FAJJifi ON A iHCrT :? '.':'?? S^AM-PICT-te'.AyBATH.;-^'! HIS TI.ESH A.DHEEED TO THBYKEP|j; ?i LIKE A STEAK TO A ? 1T^TING-PA^+ AN; Atpra SIGHT. Wsils in a bath in Pitt-street, a Mr. 3arvis had tbe misfortune to slip and fall on the hot water pipes, and before he could he rescued: he was. scalded and burnt in a terrible way: 'The shook of, the burning and the fall proved to be very disastrous for Mr. Jams, and for » Dum ber of years after be was a confirmed invalid, suffering terribly from locumotor ataxia and other forms of paralysis.. A few months ago, however, reports began to be circulated, in the neighborhood that Mr. Jarvib was getting ronnd again, and that he had bad a most mar Tellons recovery from this apparently incurable aialady. It was on account of these rumors that a special reporter from tbe Sydney Worker was despatched to get ail information regarding samp, and one afternoon hemadeliis way to his house, 45 Crown-lane,...

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

(0* The subscription to this paper is Is per quarter in advance.

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

Death. A very sad death ocourred to a stranger at Campbelltown on Saturday last. On the pre vious Tuesday morning, Mrs. James Norton, accompanied by her only son (a lad of about 14) applied for accommodation at "Merton,"   and were, of course, most hospitably received. The poor lady was so seriously ill that she at once was comfortably settled in bed, and during all Wednesday appeared to be improving. On Thursday, Dr. A. G. Cooley was called in, and, later, Mrs. G. R. Lusted. Everything that kindness and skill could do was done to alleviate the intense agony she suffered, but on Saturday she died peacefully. Mr. N. Doyle conducted the funeral arrangements on Sun day. Her brother-in-law (Mr. Samuel Alex ander) and one sister, Mrs. Beffin (of Wind sor) attended, also about a dozen of the nearest neighbours. Mrs. Norton was a daughter of the lats Mr. Plunkett, of Windsor and New castle, and was for many years a nurse of Sydney Hospital, and for two years one of the matrons...

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

Wedderbum. The provisional school re-opened on Monday, the 17th iust., after the Ghristmns vacation. A change in the management of the school has been made by the Educational Depart ment, transferring the late mistress, Miss Henderson, to Dra walla (near Jamberoo), and appointing Miss E. L, Green, late of tbe Nowra district, as her successor. Miss Green has a good record for efficiency, application, and fidelity, and has entered upon her duties with tbe best wishes of tbe community for her success. — Correspondent. There is no doubt Sir George Dibbs bas definitely closed tbe door of Parliament npon himself. He says he will not ' throw up a certainty for tbe uncertainty of politics.' In the meantime, Sir George, will be a soldier and keep his carbine ready for the Russian'.

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