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

The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IB INCORPORATED THK CAMPBBLL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26 189S.

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A Terrible Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

A Terrible Ordeal. Some years ago, a few of the most daring schotd-bjys in Peterston, near Cardiff, wnre particularly proud of one feat. The play ground was bounded by a railway. Between the sleepers in some places were hollons, owing to the unevenness of the eroAnd, and the bovs would tie down in these and let the trains past over them. As no accidents occurred, this practice became more common. But one morning, at the locomotive passed above a lad, a large, re'S-hot cinder fell on the back of hit neck. : Be was lying face down ward, and his situalion can be better imagined than described. If he moved hit head, it would be mangled by the train . The terrible pain of - the red-hot cinder slowly burning his fl.-sh, together with the hopelessuesj of relief as the train slowly — very slowly,- it seemed to him — passed over biui, tnade him suffer torture that seemed to last for hnurs. With an awful shriek that was heard above the noise of the train, he swooned away. He was soon restored...

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Got His Discharge. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

Got Bis Discharge. In a regiment in Iudia, a private wanted to get home, and saw no other way than sham ming deafness. He reported himself sick, and was sent to the hospital. The doctors tried all sorts of ways to find him oat, but he was too sharp for them. One day the doctors determined to try him by firing a pistol off just hebiad him,, but he got to hear of the experiment, aud, of course, was prepared, for it. ' . As. he aud his chum were sitting on their cots opposite to etch other smoking, the doc tor stole into the room, unawares as he thought, and fired the pistol close to bis ear. He, however, tuok no aotice whatever of the report ; but on seeing the smoke, he turned to his churn and said : '? Put out your pipe, you fool, the doctor will be round directly.' It it needless to say his ruse worked.

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

Make your mistakes teach you something. There is something wrong with the man who fall: down -on the same bauana-skiu twice. When a woman falls in love yon can't malt* her believe nil tjien are iilike, and when she has been married ten years you can't muke-lier be liove they are nut. Subscribe to this paper, — la per quarter,

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"Yes or No?" [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

'Tea or No?1 A prkttv _ story is told of how Henry M. Stanley wooed and' won Miss Dorothy Ton nant. Miss Ten n ant was the original of Sir. John Millais' famous picture ' Yes ' or No ?' It 'eeerxi9 that StnrTIey li'ad asked the question, and the reply was 'No !' The great explorer went to Africa BRain, and after several years returned to London, to find himself the triosi talked-of man of the day. The thought of Miss Tennant was still uppermost in his mind. When he met her at a reception, she ' made conversation' by asking him : ' Do yon find' London milch changed, Mr. Stanley 7' ' No) I haven't found London changed, and I've not changed cither,' said the' explorer, with 'his usual intrepidity. '' Have you 1' ' Yes, I've changed,' said Miss Tcouant, softly. A few days later, Millais received s note from his former subject, beginning : ?'My Dmar Sib John, — The momentous question has been at laet decided. It is a joj ful and triumphant ' Yi-b !' '

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

Wedderburn. Oh Saturday last 22nd inst., the mortal re mains of Mrs. James Pulham, of this parish, were interred in the Roman Catholic Ceme tery at Campbelltown, the funeral obsequies being performed by the Rev. Father Dunn. Deceased had been in a delicate state of health for many months past, and it was not until recently that symptoms of a more alarm ing nature set in, rendering her condition most critical. She was attended by Dr. Cooley, who did all that medical skill could do to restore, but without avail, and finally she passed away on Thursday, 20th inst., aged 37 years, her sufferings being endured with fortitude and resignation. Much sympathy is felt in the district for the bereaved husband on account of the dark cloud that has over shadowed the young home, cutting short the union not long since entered into on the very threshold of life, leaving only the vacant chair to perpetuate the memory of the one accus tomed to occupy it., The funeral was well attended by friends of t...

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Cricket. CAMPBELLTOWN V. GLENFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 26 January 1898

CRICKET.   CAMPBELLTOWN v. GLENFIELD. The above teams met in a match on the Campbelltown wicket on Saturday afternoon last, when the visitors were easily defeated by 5 wickets and 125 runs. Glenfield went to wickets first, and were all disposed of for 63 runs, A. Henderson (15) and T. Blinman (not out, 13) being the only batsmen to reach double figures. For the winners, A. G. Payten and Fred. Clissold were most successful   with the bat, contributing 82 (not out) and 60 (not out) respectively; J. H. Sullivan also compiled a useful 18. The individual scores are appended:—     GLENFIELD.   L. Sanderson, c and b Clissold............. 3   J. Padrotta, c Lees, b A. Payten .......... 2   V. Magee, b A. Payten ........................ 2 W. Childs, b Clissold .......................... 4 A. Henderson, run out ...................... 15 H. Jackson, c and b A. Payten ............. 3 A. Hasler, run out .....

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Pointed Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Foisted Fan. Mr Oo^hlan jnst arrived from England in ttnio to disturb tlie tinancial eqnijtbnuin uf the federal idea. »? I am so surMted with %nir»« t^wt 1 am in danftMrof losing theOply figure t«^-0?- 8t-«sed,'«»ys Mr. tit-id « - Jfi Lord Boamcad, belter lcoown to Australians as Sir Heronles Rubinsnn.died trortii JS5%,-OOO. Be mnst hare laved a good deal -out uf his salary At the M'Kmle^ banquet in New York thp other night, miilionairis were present who re presented capital to the tune of £1,000,000,000, ?This about beats all previous records of con gregated capitalists. The days of strikes should be abont over, as --t reeem years they invariably go against tlie nnfortonate men. The engineers' strike in England cost {he society £600,000 of its fonde, while the mm lust £2,000,000 in wages. - ,.-??? The weather in Melbourne miistbi) a-caulion. Th« Daily Telegrnpti correspondent «ir-e : — ? ' Tlierejs no .prospect of «n iiiiinpdiale chmige, »iid nrilass one c/mies, tlie strc»ts will h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

What Makes Sum Cry? You have a very sore- fittgsr, let ui any. It may be a'hur):, *? toil— or, wo»e sttll, that fortuity falnfrljthing, a felon. Ob, my t oh, my ! What * time yoa hare been trying to (totectthat poor fin ger. ftlfftU the time getting lit oir knookiag ?eaikKt aomethiDK Simplrto keeo it out of harm's wtf worrit* you more than iiAog *4-7^ work ; '*hd jjou don't tuocetd— and woulnVt, eVen with a , MottS poiioemen to help you. Y«a art seated of a 4y threatening to light on it. Hat it -the principal on which Mr*. Elizabeth Alien couldn't bear tbe least itoite. She had so ?ore finger, but the had What was still, more aensi ti»e— aTjody full of tore. nerves f weak, ttatved, undniDg nerret. 60 the prattle of childien, the doling of « door, the momentary roar of a wBggoo in the street, the elttter of dishes Id the kitchen,, the thousand and ene aouuds and noises that are in the air constantly— why, the -smallest of them struck her like a blow Irom a club. Noises which are not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

f Eiglity tons more iipported leaf than all the other tobsoco faotories {int together were used by Dixon's for tbe past six months. Dixon'e Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixon's Conqueror — the workman's tobacco. Dixon's Sir Roger Twist.* An alteration in Mrs. W.W. Lees' advt. came to hand loo late fur thin issue. It will be made next week .

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PICTON PARISH.—Roman Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Pictoh Pabish.— Roman Catholic Feb. 6 — Menangle at 9, Appin 11.30 Rev. D. A. Harnett The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. ITEWreSDAf. F£B CAST S 189S.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Weslktan Ckcbch. Feb. 6-Re». J. Aihm^ad at 3. Sotiday School at 10.30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

JOB PEINTINf executed at thr office of ^ . THIS fAPEp on the sbort&t notice, and ' ' ' '?' AT THE LOWEST JJOSSIBLE hklCES. The Gampbelltowai Herald. One of tbe BeBt Advertising Mfdiuuis oat of Sydney.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Peesbvtieiah Cbdech. Sunday morning at II. evening 7, and during sum mut months at 7.30. Sunday .school at 3 p.m. Thursday. 9 ».m.-Ko«gioua instruction, publie school. Thursday. 7.30 p.m.— Prayer aueting and choir practice. ' The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Friday evening*, 7—9. * R*v. B. Moobb, B.A. Rav. R. Sibsl, M.A. {in charge).

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, January 31, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

:V;?^--^.s&^ifipft;---;-^--; SOUTH OpiSTAHpWBSTOAitDBN 00 ?- ?%;' V, (-PKRA1WB OpMPANT, ? ?? ?''?t^ '' ' '?;£.. v:5:''. : ^**MJHr»j4nuarjW W. - ,,« aeWd oualltir, dairy, iid w '«*» , '?'. ;Biem»i4biw«-eait«i7d»7W ?**? ? ? t Bacon, bestWvy «nd rough, tyd Hains, bs«t Mod-cored, 8 M to »d . HjiiBi,JD«chin»eute-l, 7*0 to Oil ' hnK*di»M ?-?--* Cheese, fint quality. *|d to «td -? Boner, 3d «-21d &Met,neflb.,3fd-«4-t Oall-skino, etch, 9d to & Od : Flour, first fluilily, pet to', £13 0* «d U £13 10* ? ? ? - Flour, second qoaltty, £12 6i Miiw,Jp«rbu«iiBl,n«w, SsOa to3i2d Wbent, 3s 60 to to 6d -^ ., „? ' , Gnaff, '.eer.top,- M fes 04 to JtBfyM ?: '? , ? Barley, Engllihftw-r bushel, 8* ftd'to 3s4d „ ?-.-'OWN 3b 8d U-K»6d .-~ Ry« «ra«e «^«d, p. r bush., fis Da to 6s M Cocksfoot grass wed, per bush. , 9* to 9t 6d Bran, W to 8,d Pi-)Utd,«I to«4d * ~ Oats,a«ad,2i 8d to 2» lOd '. Oatl, feed, 2» id to 2t 64 Onions, per ton, £6 6s Od to £5 lOi Od. Meadow Hay, £6 S. ' Potatoes,...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

COHQKSUTION/UL CbuBCH. Sunday: Horning at II, evening at 7. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Monday: Bible class, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Services and choir practice, 7.46 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arc.dit at 3 o'clock. 8eivica on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. O. A. Raves.

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Au eventful life is equal to a long life. Youth and health compose half ihe beauty. The railways of America employ over 2,000,000 men. . We always overvalue that which is beyond our reach. Bank and riches are chains of gold, but still chains. Proportion thy charity to the strength of thy estate. No man despises praise who has not lost his claim to it. Delicate flattery is dear to the soul of everyone of us. Don't cry over spilt milk. Bush around and find the cat. , If you have a good impulse, act upon it before it leaves you. A slipper used judiciously will often make a dull child smart. 'A smile,' said Willie, 'is only a laugh with the noise left out.' Youth 18 quicker to censure and more severe in censuring than age. Philosophers ate simply people who don't want what they can't get. ? - Many of our cares are but a mor bid way of looking at our privi leges. Do not belittle your neighbour before measuring your own mental and moral height. Mental aristocracy outsh...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

CHURCH SEETICES. Chdecu or England.— Sr. Pvrass. Sunday aervices : Morning «t 11, evening at 7 in . .. winter, 7.30 in rammer. Holy Communion: Firat Sunday iu the month at morning eei vice; 3rd Sunday, 7.t6 a.m., except in the months of Jane, July, and August. On festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Serrlce at 7 80 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. ? Friday i Short Bervtce at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Class. * Dthham Court and lnglebum services on Sundays alternately morning and afternoon aa usual until the new churoj, in opened. Sse local lists. Rbt. T. V. AtKiir.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Russia is sending 10,000 troops to tbe Far East, 2O0O of whom leave immediately. A High. ~~~ ' ~~ ahuioh Dignitary* The Right Bgrercnd Monsignor O'Brien, Rector of St. John'*. College, Sydney, has expressed! his opinion of LOASBrS 'WAKOO.' . ^^ -a the foUowing terms.. Dt,- ffBrieas Statemttt- - StJohn'aCoUe^ ^ ? December 16, 1897. . . Dear Sin, A trial of Loasby a «? Waboo' has fullv oonvino.d me of its ex ceptional merits a» a. remedrfOE IndigPBti..n. , (S^ned) JAMBS J; O'BBIEN^ To Loasby's ' Wahoo* Mfg, Co. Loasty's WolXGia can be obtained from, all chemists. price 2» 6d, m post free from the sole manufacturers-and proprietor*. LOASBTS WAHOO MFG. Go., Ltd., 171 Kent-8tr*fet, Sydney.. 'CH3R SALE, at Mr. Gamble's Rooms to-day -1- (Wednesday), good; wide wire netting,, perambulator, jam- jars, etc. 'DIGS. — Young Berkshire Boars ; champions x on all sides B.A.S. show ; £l eacb..— Percy MacD»nald, Inglebnrn. OEEQ POTATOES for SALE ; diffe|»tt« ^- sorts. Apply, JOSEPH WEIRlCK» ' Thornv...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Romim Catbouc Chcbch. Sunday : Fint Mass, 8.30 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. $ Vespers, etc, 7.80 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 a.m. ; etening deration, 7.30. Christmas Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a.m Bkv. J. Dbhnb.

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