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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Subscribe to this paper — Is per quarter. The Gampbelltown Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance. -* Subscribers may Commenoe at Any Time. A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown ! The above heading will, of course, appear to m^st peopln ab the height of absurdity, yet tho absurdity is more apparent than real. It goes without saying that a finish' d musical education in the regular course cannot be had for a 'crown, or even with several hundred additional crowns; but can it be truthfully said that the person with a sufficient knowledge of music to plav accompaniments on the piuno or organ, to all the popular and standard aonus of the dny has no musical education ? Assu redly not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompaniments to the songs sung in the home, frequently gets and gives more pleasure from the modest accomplishment than does many on whose eduoatiou large «un» have been ex pended. . , To the more modest musical education the abort heading ap...
Telegraphic Signals. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Telegraphic Signals. A TBLEQiurn operator tells the following story : — I was deeply interested in my magazine as the train sped on, and did not notice that a bride and groom bad entered the compartment at a small 'station, but my attention was attrac ted to the couple in rather an odd way — by telegraph signals. Two young men who sat opposite to each other were making remarks about them by ticking their pocket knives on the seat. ' Sweet as a peach, isu't she 7' ticked off the young mau whose seat was immediately be hind the new arrivals. ' Yes,' replied the other; 'bridal couple, evidently.' ?? How on earth do yon suppose a chump like that managed to catch such an angel 7' ' Give it up. She surely couldn't see any thing iu him to admire.' ?' Her lips were just made for sweet kisses.' ' That's what tlioy were.' -Yes.' .. '???» weiir ' Wben the train gets to the next, tnnnel I'm eoing to reach over and kiss her.' ' You wouldn't dare.' ?? Yes, I would. She'd 'think it was her husband...
Very Much to the Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Very Much, to the Poiat. This is tho way in which a girl recently dis posed of a young man : — ' You have asked me pointedly if I can marry you, and I have answered pointedly that I can. I can marry a man wh-- makes love to a different trirl everv month. £ can marrv a man whose main ocoupation seems to be to line up with others in front of the church and com ment audibly on the'people who are compelled to pass along. I can marry a man whose only means of support is an aged father. I can marry a man who boasts that any girl can be won with the help of a good tailor and an ex pert tongoe. I can marry such s man, but I wou'f.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
[?] —Show Booms, 897 George Street, Sydney.— -. Sole agents for the New Rapid, Hover, and Hud eon Cycles. Latest catalogues and list tree tie application, Agents in every town throughout New South Wales. SULKIES AS SHOWN, B Spring*, m«b tft. - -- ^tt^ U' tin. high, or lower; Silver Dash Rail Oomplate.-mtli :' BinSMQ - Um», (8 if« Hi 8m.niijroro »6s,, singta-wated _____aA^BUBnPIMk -a Bngviei,£ie Ua.; Book Boatd BoMin, £10 life.; ~*^*^^^T^Mjt'jWWrVjf/TL & DoiXliMeatcdBuggiM.MO; DoubleBusgyHia.Eti . . ^1L^HSrPRT*/\ 'M ? 80s.; Single Buggy HaniQBa,S0fl to BOa. per aet: Best Quality Wagga V ' ^^v&ffBBaMMffz^^m\ 'iM' BulBLEB.Wo.i'a.'iBojVBaaaie^Beei'wlUiHogBwSfBSB.ed. WOT^H^-| | HUH I IED Manufacturer &. Importer of --V/ rLy^glVVN^ J I 4: . niLLfCn, vehicles and saddlery. Sc/IWjr I US and 187 SUSSEX 8TRBBT, BYDNEY. _ .JjLJL^^mr -3 VBII10LE FACTOKTZ VKLBunaVE STBIETj : COHOOaD. -'? . \ 'd^ OLD ESTABLISHED, RELIABLE. BEND FOR CATALOGUE. '*£? BAWI.SBSorleAKunAQmUenaD....
Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Wise a^d Otherwise. Owis cannot more their eyes. Generosity misplaced becomes a vice.* ' The genuine young shaver is a barber's boy. Only the untried man wholly trusts himself. They never speak as they pass by. — Deaf mutes. The whale has a thicker skin than any other animal. An orange tree will bear fruit until 150 years old. To grieve over siij is one thing, to repent is another. One in twelve of the population of Paris are foreigners. . *?; Very few men make money and friends at the same tune. One half the people that are born die before the age of sixteen. It would take sound 14 years to travel from the sun to the earth. Windsor Castle has been used for a Royal residence for 784 years. Nutmeg grated into a glass of port or sherry often cures neural .- ' ??-*?: ?'?% ..??vr;.' ?:- ?-« — ~ ?:.-?* '.' r,.'5SK .isi' miners tnan any other class of people. jio man is as good at home as his picture looks in his neighbour's album. Few natives of India eat more than twice a day, and thous...
Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Bivii'srft? XsifbxsiAtioiia 8YDNB¥-CAMP»BLt.TOWN TBAIK SEEVICE. Week-day Service; ? . / La*Te Sydney. Arrive C'town. ; 9.30 «.m. 10,49 ».m. ? ^^^K^ - ???'-' ^^kr ? a f 5.15 '* 6^S ' t 5.18 6.48 6.50 6.tS t 9.00 9.59 1LS0 1.00 a.m. Sstprdajs (additional) -. 8.00 a.m. 9.08 a.m. I.fi5 p.m. ? 3.15 p.m. 8.28 3.28 6.10 7.17 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.85 8.46 8.40 9.35 9.15 10.43 p.m. 12.30 p.m. - 2.05 3.38 , 4.45 4.00 5.44 8.33 10.12 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive CTlbw*,, 9.40 o.m. Tl-.Ofr*Jn. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m; 5.50 7.15 9.00 9.59 9.30 11.01 Leave CWn . t Arrive Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 9.U 12.30 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 10.05 t Saturdays «tcepted. * Mondays excepted. CAMPBKLLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAT. Leave C'town. Arr. Camdea. 7.35 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.15 9.50 10.55 11.35 ,-«. t 8.33 p.m. 4:13 p.m.' ? 6.50 7.25 ?f 7.'22 ' ^Tsfig Leave Ownden. .^ArQie-Chim.: .,.- ? 8.25 9-05 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 8.30 p.m. t 5.50 6.30 || 7.50 8.80 t Sat'dajsonly. ? ...
PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
PENNY-POSTAGE ABBA. The peony postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringdly, Brownlow Hill, O»m den, Cobbitty, Douglas Fart, Eckersley, Olenfield, Oreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoiton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, N»reUan, The Oaks, Pioton, Prestoni, Thirlmrre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Oot sido these distanoes the postage U Sd h^H ounce. W. Wood, rostrnfister.
Healthy Stimulus. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Healthy Stimulus. Tbekb is one thing. Satan dors well. He is good at stating -the discouraging side. ,,H«: knows how to fish for obstacles, and every time brings op his net full. Do not help him' in his work-? If you have anything to say fid' prayer meeting that is disheartening, may von target your speech ! Tell us something on the bright side. We know a Christian man who did something outrageonsly wrong. Someone said : ' Why do you not expose him ?' W« replied ; ' That is the devil's work, and it will be thoroughly done. If there is anything good about him, we would rather speak of tbaU' Give no sermons or newspaper articles that are depressing. We know all that before yon start ; among the greatest disheBrten-njents there are hopeful things that may be said. While the Mediterranean cornship was going to smash, Paul told the crew to ' Be of good cheer.' We like apple trees because, though they are not baudeome, they have bright blos soms acd good fruit, but we despise weeping will...
Washing Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
..- ;-.?-. m&iasi$r.^;;- , :;f: ?J^mr.i^p ?i&beiwo young ladiw.liailefc.j* ^owar,-enter-jdrit,aod *--B«aJ-oniy etatidiitg toow. Oinm pi them whispered ito her WiB ptnion : ' ?;??.:? .-.'ff-. '?? ?/? ?'? ~.'1y:%-u3j? 'I'm going to get a seat from ope of the**1 t*a a mm *m^^Z?i^W?*™*& selected appearance of a married man. She sailed up to him and boldly opened fire : 'My dear Mr. Green! How delighted I am to meet yon ! Yon are almost a stranger. Will X. accept your seat? Well, I do feel tired, I heartily admit. Thank you ao much !' The Sedate gentleman, total stranger of course, looked, listened, then quietly rose and 'gave her his seat, sayiug at he did so : ' Sit duwn, Jane, my girl ; don't often see you out on trashing day 1 Yon must feel tired, I'm.bure. How's your mistress V ' „ The young lady got her seat, but lost her vivacity.
Ingersoll's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Ingersoll's Philosophy. The desire to acquire great wealth is a kind of insanity. Neither mendicants nor millionaires are the happiest of mankind. The man at the bottom of the ladder hopes to rise ; the man at the top fears to fall. The one asks, the other re fuses ; and by frequent refusal the heart be comes hard enough and the hand greedy j enough to clutch and hold. ! Few men have intelligence enongh, real greatness enongB, to own a great fortune. As. a rule, the fortune owns them. ' , In judging the rich two things should be considered : How did they get it, and tvhat.are they doing with it ? Was it honestly acquired! Is it being used for the benefit of mankind } The time will pome when the truly intelli^ gent man cannot 'be happy, cannot be satisfied, while milllions of his fellow workmen are hungry and naked.
Skim Milk for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Skim Milk for Stock. A method described in the Norsk Xandruane bad of preparing skim milk as a food for farm animals, and especially for milch kine, m«y be of interest to daily farmers. The skim milk is heated for half-an-honr at a temperature of 175- to 180- Fahrenheit, and then cooled to 95 or 106 deirree.s. after which rennet is added. While the milk is curdling, an equal quantity of chaff and fiuely-cut straw is put in, and the mixture after being stirred, is left for two or three hours. The unabsorbed whey is then ruD off, and the mixture left to ferment jar i§ honrt. As much of the material is- givei to. cows AS would equal 81bs, of milk per head pet
Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
? ' XitttWF to the Sditot. . 8ib,— I notice in yont lasl «JmV* i»»n|( a letter tigned V Ratepayer,'! re the odmingi. municipal elections, and as this individual ex presses such gross ignorance, I mast crave yonr valuable space to reply to same. : To .take all the poor _*ff(trt of a *ting -out of hi« letter, X chaileDge; him with the'Iaot tliat was he not One of the candidates at the first municipal election, and which he now calls a one-sided one ? And as I am the person he alludes to who exposed the tactics adopted by the so called Inglebnrn Progress Association, I think, Mr. Editor, I did expose them, for. the verdict went forth at the ballot box by a Dot-to-ber' misbakeh majority. If tbis defeated one is bo weak in his mental capacity as not to understand what was then oommon knowlege, then his case is a most hopeless one ; for any intelligent ratepayer, at the time, could see what the Progress Association was attempting. Now, ' Ratepayer,' were you not eltsoted a sort of figureh...
The Spanish-Letter Swindle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
The Bpaaiflh-Letter Swindle. Mr. Thomas Tbipp, of Campbelltown, bas shown ns a lengthy letter received from Valen cia, Spain. The writer professes to have mar ried into Mr. Tripp'e family and to be now under sentence, of penal imprisonment for a political offend*. * He states that be is a widower with one daughter, on whose behalf he asks Mr. Tripp's assistance to recover his money, now in a London hank, and amounting to £35,000. Needlens to say, the letter is a fraud and is an attempt to victim Mr.Tripp.
Licensing Court- [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
Licensing Court Tee Quarterly Licensing Court was held at Campbelltown on Saturday morning last, Mr. Jno. Kidd, L.M., presiding.. . ... There was very little business, the Bench only being called on to receive tbe inspector's report, which was submitted by Seret. Saun dcrsl The following houses were dealt with in the report : — Club, Forbes, Railway, Royal, ?Jolly Miller (Campbell tows), Governor Bourke, Imperial (Appin), and the Minto Hotel. : In presenting his report, the inspector said he had reason to complain of the unsatisfactory manner in which several of the hotels in the district had been conducted during the past quarter. He had found it necessary to caution the licensees in one or two cases, where there had1 been systematic Sunday selling and selling after hours. If -not better conducted in future, hia jrould consider it bis duty to bring the offenders before the Benoh. ' The Liverpool District Licensing Inspector (Sergt. Smith) presented his quarterly report to Ahe Licen...
The Easter Encampment. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
[?] 9N:W^WaV3\as|,,Messf8; J. Kidd and A. Monro,'$n- the interests of the residents of Oarilpbelltown and district, waited opon Major General French (officer commanding the mili tary foroos) in Sydney, for the pnrpose of .ascertaining whether there was any possibility ot his being indnoed to re-consider his decision to. hold the .Blaster encampment at itnoKwooa, and also to point out the many advantages the Campbelltown district offered as a camping aground. The Majpr-Generil gave bis interviewers an attentive hearing, but assured them that it had been definitely decided to bold the camp at JRookwood, and that there was no possibility of a change being made in favor of: Campbell town. . The. General admitted that he woald not get at Rookwood so- excellent a range for the big guns as could be obtained at Camp bsjttuwn j ,e till,- the question' of economy had po'Jbe studied, and it war this which influenced him in selecting Rookwood as the site, as, being fearer home, the expense woul...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
PftBgBTTBRUH CaOEOH. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum mer month* at 7.30. Sunday school »t 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Religious instruction, public school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir : practice.' -_ ? The Minister jnay be seen at the Man»e on Friday -:' ' B«v. D. Moobe, B.A. Biv. R. Stssl, M.A. (in charge).
High-Priced Relics. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
High-priced Relics. A tooth of Sir Isaac Norton's was sold in 1816 for the shod of £750. It was purchased by a nobleman, who had it set in a ring which he wore constantly on his finger. The hat worn by Napoleon Bonaparte at the battle of Eylau was sold in Paris in 1835 for £80. It was put up for sale at £20, end them were 82 bidders. - The coat worn by Charles XII at the battle of Pultotra, and preserved by one of hiB offi cers -and attendants, -Was sold in 1625 for £23,000. The two pens employed in signing the treaty of Amiens were sold in 1825 for £500. A wig that had belonged to Slerne was sold at public auction in London for £200. The prayer book used by Charles I. when on the scaffold was sold in London in 1825 for £100. ? ?
Local wad General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
? Local and Ctautal. Latest Klondike lie. — A grocer hag been lynched (or adultering yello-.. sugar with gold dost. A herd ofjpfty cows on tbe northern rivers, with lnnd at present valnes, is eqnai to an in come of £600 s year. The directors of the A.K.O. and M. Co. ' have decided to olose their candle and soap works at Parramatta, in consequence of the in flux of foreigtynade candleB. Tbe Liverpool Council has resolved to r« qnett the Government, when amending the Municipalities Act, to make provision for a Government anditor and examiner of accounts, instead of the present arrangement of elected auditors. A enrioas fatality is thus reported from New Zealand : '? While a man was engaged with an upward cut taking a plnck out of a sheep Vrbion had jnst linen killed, the knife slipped, and completly sovered liii windpipe, death on . Ming in a few moin6(ns.' A clergyman holding forth in a Texas town recently, began bis discourse thusly ; ' My dear friends, I want to talk (o you about t...
UNCLE GRASPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898
UNCLE GBASPEB. 'Am I indeed the only heir 1 It it possible T aikud the young artist, beginning to pace the room excitedly. 'You are, sir ; and for proof I refer yon to thi« document deposited in in) hands, the holographic will of Mr. Grasper, your mnter n»l unclr, who dird yesterday at his residence in Old James-street, number unknown, be cause he would never spend the 30 cents which a plate woulJ have cost, and his neigh bors not being our clieule, I am ignorant of their housiMJUinbers. ' And bow much did he leave t' '?I have JMt figured it oat. Deducting the legnl expenses aud charges of all kinds, yon will receive the precise sum of forty-three thousand three hundred and sixty-seven dol lars aud thirty-eight cents.' Solomon Lyon, the artist, seemed to be * dazzled by this information. '? Forty-three' thousand !' ktamuiered he, sinking into a «hatr.. . . ?** Three hundred and sixty-seven dollars and thirty-eight vents,' coutinued the lawyer, with bis most gracious sniilf. ' But — ...