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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

WE ABE THE LABGEST IMPORTERS OF ^|^||ij|p|8fi!^B|Pr| I ni A -MJ1 tft S and ^ klnds of it PIANOS, [Musical— ORGANS ! Instruments C-&----%-^ MJ AUSTRALIA. | We buy for cash at the Factories ! This- is the reason ]|| . ? r-.--- i we can give.-our Customers such good value, at least j|! 20 per cent, less than other Houses. We guarantee .11: all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if jl' Customer not satisfied. We have been established in ll: ; Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have jl I . the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. l|: _ i If you' send your order by post you can rely upon ||| I: our giving the same careful attention as though you |r I' were personally present to select Catalogues sent j|: I : post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Term's If wL can be arranged for any Instrument. In ' W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., | ^5— 5S' GET DR. WAl'GH'S. I The day was young and not tar epent,; (ft As through tbe bu»y street* there w...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Speak No 111. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

?; . -:-.^i:.ipf#|i^ai,/-:.;- . ;.; Ev«-n if- you've wuiJpi(»u»; »J - :-, Under-value no oneVliitear, .. : ? ?' ? ' .. f Beit friend's or 1» It foe's ; : OlipriiU kind aiid noble fe?Hiim~ r Ff itml ship it -cot -til ? name ; - . . ' ' l-*.t «Hld, ?Jri-, it «ouuY-it m^uded— ?' ? - ' Slacken uol another fauie. 'When -our hear an old friend slandered, Vilified tiis back behind, - Reason with the bold traduoer, And a motive yoa may find ; Haply l lie whole tale is truthless, At the most but partly true ; , Oh I be cautious thin in .spealing Aught you may hereafter roe. I would rather— .tec-fold rather' — Ki ml o i'a j to my foeiuan show, Thso a thousand death-spears gather Wherewithal to lay him low ; Angry words in malice-spoken More thin death -spear maim end kill — Kenp the bond of peace unbroken — Brother ! brother ! speak no ill.

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Iffiseellaaeous Kerns A milkman recently accounted for the wpait nesB of his milk by say tlie cows got caught in the rain. Three-fourth* of the successful men of the day owe much of 'their prosperity to the hflp and wise connsel (lTtheir wives.- ' The load' of life is so heavy th«t it takes' Iwolb draw it, piming evenly. -' ? ? '. Father : When t was a boy Wiy father would never hare allowed me to carry on as yon are doing. Son : A nice sort of father you must have had. anyway. Father : I had a darned sight better one than you, yon young scoundrel. Kansas Farmer : I don't know how it is, but I don't feel comfortable any more. The old place ain't what it used to be. Visitor : What's the trnnble ? Kansas Farmer : Well, yer see, my aon he come home a feir days ago and he paid off the mortgaga ! ?It is a tiresome thing to tho young, their elders mnst confess, to be told often that the last generation read bettor books and knew much more at the same age than the present generation. A boy...

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Poultry Keeping. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Ponlt^ Eecpia^. Thk Board of Expeits haBTi»(l r«-pnWiBhpd lbe aeries of articles whioh r*centlyiippi-ared in tlie Agricnltnr*H3«2ett«T)n the ?ubjVctor PjtiiHry Keeping. ^ The articles are ] wrtlten by Mr. G^ Brad»b»w, wbose math in 0v4 iiiformstion idj pppnlMV htognage on the tnbjvct *^6f poultry, breeding, for Iwth Winiariand taiile DiirniiBeo. and biB effort* hare hid* happy reBiitt in that he has ihpirn that any fanner tnayvby caosing poultry breeding to be *ne *if the snbsidiary in dustries on the farm, make them profitable, anil thereby increase his income to an extent which fronld repay him for his troubK : The book should be read by all farmers ; in fact, it is one of the -best and most np-to-date work' pub lished on poultry farming, : The price is ono shilling. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE ! A Lady at Queenscliff (Victoria) BUFFERED Fearful Pains! —LIVER TORPIDITY, DYSPEPSIA EXPECTED TO DIB ! BUT IS NOW AS STRONG AS EVER. Her nameand address is : Mrs Eliza beth Diokion, The Sepianade, Queens cliff (Vic), .and who writes on September 28th, 1896 : — For four years I was a martyr to illness arising from torpidity of the liver, dyspepsia, and gene ral debility; in Tact, a general breakdown of the system.* I was informed by a doctor that I had dropsy and Bright's disease of the kid neys, and Would shortly die. There is no doubt I was exceedingly bad ; fearful pains landed all parts of my system ; I was always tired, and had sharp shooting pains about my Joins. I was very constipated, and was fre quently laid up with headache. After trying innumerable so-called remndies, I bought a large bottle of Clements Tonic, and found it relieved me greatly. Then I persevared in taking nine more large bottles, and were I to fill a ream' of paper I could .not expres...

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What Makes Them Cry? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

What Mafcea Them Oqr? - You have a my ion flogfr^et u- »»y. .? It may tie. a hnrt.' « toil— or, -worw «till, that fearfully painful thing, a felon. Oh, my ) oh, my 1 What* time yon h»ve been trying, to protect th»t gopt 6n t,et. It U »U -he time getting hit or knocking against somethinR. Simpjy- keep |t put of h»rm'«} ?way ^orrtajw-^ore.ihanto and'yon don't inoceel— «n4 wouldn't, even with a dozen policemen to help you; ? Xou are soared of a fly thre»tanlng to light on it, . That i« the principal on wbioh Itn, Elisabeth Allen couldn't bear the least noise. She had no ion noRer, hut «he h«d what was «tUl more sensi tive ? a body full of tote nerves ; weak, ttamd, unstrung nerves. So the pratfl* of children, the closing bf a door, ths momentary roar of a waggon in the street, the clatter of dishes in the kitchen, the thousand arid ene sounds and noises that are in the *ir constantly— why, the smallest ' 4-f them ?truck her like a blow from a club. Noises which are not regarded by a we...

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A Midnight Scare. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

A Midaiglit Scare. Old Plim has a habit of slipping his watch under his pillow when he goes to bed. One night, somehow it slipped down, sad as the old man was restless it worked its way towards the foot of the bed. After a bit, while he was lying awake, his foot touched it ; it felt very cold ; he was surprised, scared, and jumping fttini the bed, he said : ' My gracious, Mora, there's* a frog or some thing under the clothes. I touched it with my foot.' Mrs. Plim gave a loud scream, and was on the floor in an instant. ?. ' Now, don't go screaming *nd waking the neighbours,' said Plim. 'You get me a broom or something, and well settle tbe thing.' Mrs. Plim got the broom and gave it to her better half, with tbe remark that she felt as though snakes were creeping up and down her back. 'Nonsense, Maria. Now tnrn down the bed-clothes slowly while I hold tbe broom and have a bang at it. Put a jug of water along side the bed so that we can shove it in and drown it.' Mrs. Plim arranged the ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Postal laforaatioa. Mails are despatched from Campbelltown as under : — Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m., 3 p.m.,#nd 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30p.tn., Sundays 9 p.m. vHk Oamden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m^Sturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Karelian, same lime as Oamden. . Minto, 8.46 a.m., Boudsya ezcepled. Ingleburn, 8 45 a.m., Sundays excepted. Graoville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays eicepted, Douglas Park, eame time as Picton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Snndays excepted. . Appin, 6 p.m., Satutdaye 6.80 a.m., Sundajs ex. cepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Chat With a Famoua Boxer. HIS BIGGEST BATTLE. During the last few yean I have met 'many exponents of the fistic art, and only tbe other day it was my good fortune to coma across Mr. Beattie, whose ring experiences have been freely chronicled in the presf. So said a re presentative of the Balmain . Observer, who had called on the gentleman at Iris residence, 32 Brougham-street, Glebe, Sydney, to get some special information. ' You must know.' remarked Mr. Beattie-. ' that I have held tbe amateur lightweight . championship, and, in my time, have fought most of ths best men in tbe colony. When training for the lightweight championship of the colony I broke duwn, of course, through over-training. The very thought of a boxing glove or a pnncbing-bag made me feel sick* I abandoned all hope of the' championship, and topk a complete rest. . My nrtns and legs had given way, as it were, and I; felt it was about 88 much as I could do to walk up as far as the park (clese by), and ail down. I go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

3-$m, J8M. -kckmi^dg^Jby. Me^cd CliniM '? IhereMe JniiUtioiis of Baoaliptl Eitrect in the market, Mpducta «f simple diitillstion, forming srade Tetu-oUt--ni. - Ih^rder that these crude oIU Safiobt be Ukehilor our pure Volntile Enoaiypti -Eitt^ whibh is ieooghUea by the Medictl Divi slan of the PnuuUn .Opvermnent to be of petleetly pure origin, -as per information forwarded to us throughUhe Consul at Molbourto/March 2, 1878, we state : — . ... It it proved by teita made by the Me£cal CKnics of the UnivenitiK of Bonn and Grief owald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. Schlute. Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medical Clinos at Griefswald, that only products that are saturated with oxygen and freed of acids, resinous and other substances adher ent to Primary distiUaliun, will develop the sana tive qualities proper to the plant. All crude oils, oi »o called Eucalypti Extracts, are to be ctaaatid according to the named authorities, among the tu...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, January 24, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

i-: - - : ???. 'IftaJtrt :(SWPlt»i ' .':'. , ':, :i SOUTH COA6T AND WBST OAMDBN CO* ' OPKBATOTB COHPANI, ,'..? .* * . Stdnbt. January 34, 1897. „ ?eeond quality, dairy, J|d to 4d Bacon, bert hand-curea 7d to 74* . B*ew-, be*t machine cured, Oa to 6Jd Bswn, be»t heavy and roagh, «M Sam, best ktnd-rured, 8Jd to Ud Hams, m»chin« cured, 7Ju to 61 Iart,*dte6d Cheese, tint qu.Uty, 4Jd to «Jd Hotter, Sd to 21d Hides, per lb.,V'«*d UsM-skin«, eac», «d to 2s Od Flour, finl quality, per ton, £13 Ot Id to £13 lOt Flow, second quality, £12 6s ' Maize, per busne), new, B» 4d to Si 8d Chaff, per wo, *i fit M to *6 --? Od B»rUy; EnglUb. prt buthel, S« 6d to 8. Bd Cape, 3s 8d to 3s 6d. Bye grartieed, pit bush., 6s Od tcto 64 Cocksfoot grs« sc-ed, per bath,, 6* to «s 6d Bran, 84 to Sid Pollard, Sid to lOd O«U,sKd,2t8dto2al0d Oats, teed, 2i fid t» it 6i Onions, per ton, f 3 16s Od to £4 0* Od. Meadow Hty, £6 fit PoUtbes, £8 0« Od to £9 Ot Od Fowls, »er pair, Is 6d to 3t 34 Ducks. Bs Od to 2» 9* ,. * ...

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Railway Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Railway Fatality. A fettler named John Brennan was on Wednesday night' last cut to pieces by the Melbourne express on the railway line between Douglas Park and Pioton, when returning borne on a tricycle. He had mistaken the time of tbe arrival of the train, and was over taken. An inquest was held on Thursday, be fore the district coroner, and a verdict of acci dental death was returned.

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Canine Sagacity. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Canine Sagaoity. It is a writer in the Philadelphia Times who tells this story :— I called on - a certain portrait painter ? iti Indianapolis last week. We had gone to school together. Sincj then he haB acquired a national reputation ab an artist. I compli mented him on his life-like work. ' Yes,' he replied ; ' I suppose it is credit able now, but it was not always so. I remem ber the first job I ever bad. A wealthy lady came to see me, and wanted her full-portraif, painted. I did the beBt I could, but that wa)- nothing to brag of. When the lady came to look at the picture she gave a cry of disap pointment. i- '?' Why, that's not at all like me,' she Baid. 1 1 shall not take it !' , .*.- ^*1 ' I a6snred'lier it was a perfeot likeiiessvaift declared that even her liltlt poodle wuldfi cognise it. . ?'.. ''I am willing to take the risk,' she said. ' I'll bring my (log this afternoon, and if be recognises me I'll take tlio picture.' ; ' 'Later in the day slm brought ia thecaniue, and t...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Chdkci) of Knouuid.— St. Pstkrb. , Sunday services : Morning at 1 1, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. ; Holy Communion : First Sunday in the month at l' morning service ; Sid Sunday. 7.46 a.m., except ?- in the months of June, July, and August. On * festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Service at 7.80 p.m. ; cho:r practice : at 8 p.m. £ riday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible - Claw. : - Dfchham Court and Ingleburn services on Sundays , alternately morning and afternoon as usual until '?? the new chutr.J. is opened. See local lints. ^ Rev. T. V. Alkin.

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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

ICwioipsl SUeotionfl. The aldermanio nominations,. Oampbelltown and Inglfburn, closed -on Monday at noon. . The- whole' of the retiring aldermen have been nominated, but are unopposed, consequently thfere Will be no contest ;in either municipality. PaWte m?etirig8 Will beheld on Tuesday next, whejj If,- flahdidates 'will bB declared duly elected. ?' ?.-'''' ''' ;''-;' :' ' '?'???-

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

RoiliN Catholic Chcbch. Sunday: First Mast, 8.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a,m. ; Vespers, etc, 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Maes, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Christmas Day — At 7, 9, and 11 a.m. . Rev. J. Ddnkb.

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Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Coaaaeroial Soaking Co. of Sydney. The Halp-Ybarlt Meeting. The half-yearly meeting of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd.. was held on Friday last at the Banking House, George street, Sydney, there being a fair attendance, of shareholders. Mr. Edward Knox, chairman of directors, presided, and in moving the adoption of the report said that tbe balance-sheet they had the pleasure to present showed a considerable increase in the business of tke bank, com bined with an exceptionally strong position, and would, he felt sure, be considered by the shareholders as highly satisfactory. The most noticeable feature was the large increase in Government securities, which at this time last year stood at £305,000, and now amounted to £1,009,000. I* was a coinci dence that the amount was within a few ?hundred pounds of tbe reserve fund, whioh *i**i^£l.GlQA)M-batU mmM a rojncuM» only, for the hoard did not consider it a *rhe policy -to earmark any of the assets of the bank as held specia...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Miscellaneous Mems Some men act without thinking ; more think withput acting. 'Want of air will kill a man in five minutes, want of sleep in ten days, and want of water in a week. Watch your conscience. If it approves of everything you do it is an indication that you are becom ing conceited. A young lady has taken up den tistry for a living. All the gentle men patronise her. 'When she puts her arm about the neck of a patient, and caresses his jaw for the offend ing member, the sensation is too nice for anything. One young man has become hopelessly infatuated with her. Consequently he basnet atooth in bii f fiesta: ; ^Slie has piBleft' every one of them, and made him two sets and pulled them. She is now at work on her father's saw. He holds the saw.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

CoNGREOITIONAL ChuEOH. Sunday :' Horning at 1 1 , evening at 7. Communion : First Sunday in ths month at mom ing service. Monday : Bible clans, 8 p.m. Wednesday : Services and choir prsctioe, 7.46 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at ArodU at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Rave*.

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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Electors' Eights. The fact that the Electoral Act of 1893 makes its mandatory on electors to produce their electors' rights before they can vote, makes it necessary that people should remem ber where they placed them for safe keeping after they were last used. Those who have removed from the electorates in which they resided when last they voted, should also re collect that it is now only necessary to reside in their new electorate for one month before they are entitled to he enrolled as electors for the new district. The enrolment should, how ever, take place in time for the names to be approved by tbe Revision Court, and this is a formality which will take a little time to com plete. ... ? --'? ' ?

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