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A Trainer Attacked by a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

A Traiaer A#aok0d by a Bone. A teainke named J. Butler was badly, injured on Monday morning at Douglas Park, wheb- Mr, Bugiies'horse 8ilyj»rtone attacked hinn SHiring *im by tbe arm, breaking the hboe and foriHhg Jim teeth through the arm. The horse then threw the trainer tb the croond and triad to kneel .upon him, still holding him by tbe arm. The other jockeys tried to best the botae off, bat -tp.no purpose, until they let their hor»s go, when Bilvertone galloped after them. When seen by Dr. Morton, fintler was rather low, but his injuries are not dangerous.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Fate of Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

The Pate of Federation. Arden*1 federalists must be watch ing the proceedings of the Mel bourne Convention with despair. People who are not ardent federal ? ists must have wearied of taking any notice whatever of the 'nation- building' business. The proceed ings have reached the stage of ' make believe,' which means, para doxically, that they make nobody believe that there will be a finality upon which the people may felici tate the delegates. The preposter ous proposal of South Australia that the western watershed of New South Wales should be surrendered prao tically to that colony, and that the waters must not, without oonsent, be applied for irrigation andtbertain other purposes, simply reduces the federal movement to a farce. The .smaller colonies evidently want to teat Hie federal {take and have it too. Anyone would thinkthat New South Wales and Victoria were absolutely in need of the assistance *-f South ' Australia, West Australia, and Tas mania, when the contrary is really t...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Local and General Unfavorable reports have been, issued with regard to the health of Mr. Gladstone. A dairyman at Jasper's Brush lost 15 head tif milking cattle early last week through the Consumption of 'planter's friend.' A dairyman at Glen Innes has been fined, £1 for supplying butter without obtaining a license under tbe Dsiries Supervision Act. Lemon and raspberry syrup, cloves,, pepper mint, and lime juice— T4d per bottle of l£ pints ; best marmalade, 7jd a jar,— J. Bigels ford, Caropbelltowc.' The Ven. Archdeacon Langley will occupy the pulpit at St. Peter's Anglican Church, Campbelltown, at both the morning and even ing services on Sunday nest. Tenders for road contracts, Hos. 27/97-8 and and 33/97-8— Camden to The Oaks and Upper -Picton to Thirlmere— were opened by the Resident Engineer (Mr. Btarley D. Cox) at Campbelltown on Thursday last. For No. 27, Mr. Oeo. Windsor's tender (£193 0« Id) was the lowest, and for No. 33 Mr. Jus. Hay dun was the lowest tenderer — £33 2s 6d....

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

[?] SYDNEY-CAMPBEW/ltiWii TRMK y WMVdayf8f)rvice! - ' ? ? _ : :; Lcate Sydney. ', .' ' kftTyiiifr'amj. ';' * -?- '? 9M*-m; '-'?''. ' 10.49 ?.in, ?i to.%:^-. -,.w^- --rum..*. '. ,?«0wl V .; ;.-y-i..ED&*/Juy.;-.:: , t 5.15 B.Q5 * t 5.18 . 6.4$ ' y.. ~, =' 6.50 8.S8 ?????.' f't'S.W 9.69 ~ 11.80' . l;O0#,«. Saturdays ([additional) : '.? 8.00 a.m. ?.08'*:s-. ? 1.55 p.m. * 8.16 p.m. 2.28 8.28 ?* 6.10 7.17- Leave C'(own . Arrive Sydney. * 4.43 a.m. - COO a.m. 7.85 ? 8.46 8.40 ' . 9.S5 8.15 10.43 p.n-. ? 12.80 p.m. , ? 2.05 3.38 * ' 4.*5 4.00 5.44 ?-' 8,83 . ? ' . . 10.U! Sanday Service : ._ ? Leave Sydney. Arrive Ctown, 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 . 7.15 ' ; 9.00 9.59. 9.80 11.01 Leave Ctown . Arrive Sydney. 4.4S a.m. 6.10 ».m. 7.35 9.14 12.S0 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 . -ft-42 . 8.30 10.05 \ Satardays execpted. ?? Moodays-excepted. CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TEAMWAT. Leave C'towji.* Arr. Camden, 7.85 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.45 . 9.50 10.55 11.35 f 8.83 p.m. 4. IS p.m. ? 6.60 7.25 t ...

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

'THE fiPUOfV lilt ol'fiubu, ; MOUHT YiG%Vil Blae Mountains* N: s Vj»,«s. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOH BOYS. H. €-. RIE^TTS, Principal. , Assisted by Effioient Teachers. J: * Over 60 Boys have passed Junior Public Examinations. Oommndlnus buildings have been ereded, vith dne regard to /he eiHolent working of the School, as mil a« to Ifacnmfort of tttc )---}«. The h-dthinon of. Miunt Viotorla la well kniwn. The bracing air mid invigorating climate work won del in Hie cue of delicate boys ; these receive ever? attentlo i nooeg-ary. fine dfltaeflic amngginentfc are aU«ndrd to hy Ms*. iliiNirs, 'who ttriw to secure the comfort of the boys. In tie course of instruction spetiat attention it mill to Writinfr, Spelling, Composition, Utter Writing and Arithmetic, tiubjects bo essential foi boj'8|mparin:;Jor limmietg. Bonk Keeplng.Sborthand, French a'jd XaHii &rc Included in tfas oouree for the fcrtvanctfr^mptls. A spec-lal class Is formed for the younger pu;- Is. rtetfu'ar evenliijr laeaona ...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

PENKY-PO8TAGE AEiEA. ' The penny postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringally, Brownlow Hill, Oam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Fork, Ectersley, Glenfield, Greondale, Holdeworthy, Hbxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, ' Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Nureilan, Xbe Oaks, Pictov, 'PretUmi, Thirimere, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton, Out Bido these distances the postage is. Zd half iunce. W. Wood, ft»tmaster.

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Foetal laformatioa. Mitts are despatched from Campbelltown as , under :— Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m. , 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sandays ezcepted. . . .... -Vest, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sandaye excepted. . . South, 9 p.m., Satardays 6.30 p.m., -Sundays £1 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and fi.80 p.m. Saturdays 10».m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Karelian, same time as Oamden. Minto, 8.46 a.m., Sundays 'exceplefl. Ingleburn, 8 46 a.m., Sundays exoepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. ? Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays' excepted; - VVcdderbum, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted, Douglas Park, sBme time as Picton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays «xcepted. Appin, fi p.m., Saturdays 6.30 a.m., 'Sundays ex cepted.

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How They first Found Gold in Kiondyke. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

How They first Found Gold, in Sondyke. The story'of how gold was first discovered in Klondyke, purely by accident, is very interest ing. It was in 1894 that three men, while looking for gold, discovered the dead body of a man who evidently had been'' prospecting.' ' Poor fellow !' said one of the trio. ' He has passed in hi« checks ?' ' Let's giv« him a decent trarial,' said an other. 'Some wife or toother will be glad if ever she knows it.' They began to dig the grave. Three feet below the surface they discovered the signs of gold. The stranger was buried in another place, and where they located a grave they opened a gold mine. Tlie existence ot another reef was found ont by just as trivial a thing. An adventnrer awoke one morning without food or mouey. He went out aad shut a deer, which in its dying agonies kicked up the dirt and disclosed signs of gold. The man staked out a claim, and opened one of the most profitable mines that has as vet been worked.

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The English Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Tbe B&glish Orioketew. With one pricket down for 16, and with 141 runs to get in order to pTert,, a single. innings defeat, the ISn^ii&iieam xesuihed thei*.seoond inmnes on the Melbourne- Cricket Ground yesterday. At time of goipg to press, the visitors' score stood at 176 for &ve wickets, of which number Banjitsinhji made 58, when he was bowled by Noble. Wainwright, Briggs, and M'Laren had also been disposed of.

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The Ideal Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Tha Ideal Maa. This is a woman's description of an ideal bu's b»Dd : — ' A temperate, intellectaal, truthful, energetic, affectionate, thonghtful, forgiving, Christian man, who chooses a wife for her mind and heart, rather than face, and waits until sure he has found the rieht ons. Who ueither scolds nor laughs at his wife, 'nd never contradicts her in public. Who L zee* home and children, and has certain meanB for making an - honest, comfortable living. Who is economical, but not stingy, and, unless wealthy, keeps his life insured. Who n&der- etaods that women have nerves, need money, enjoy pretty things, and are happier for being petted.'

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The Terrors of Rheumatism. AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

The Terrors of Sheunatism. OVERCOME BT DE. WILLIAMS' FINK PILLS FOB PAI/E PEOPLE. AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AN& MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. Mbs. Knibb, of Earle-street, Toowong, is the wife of an industrious resident of that place. She had, until quite recently, been a great sufferer from rheumatism. Mrs. Knibb is well advanced in years, and an account of h*r rnmnlflte enre hv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoplo should prove good news to those sufferers who erroneously fancy rheu matism and other kindred ills tbe natural accompaniment of old age, and therefore in curable. The agonies of rheumatism are well known, and so now. is thu fact that Dr. ^7iUuunslPink. Pills ure a cure for it. Those tdrrjblo ^-aini in joints 'and muscles, which are 'aggravated by tbe slightest change in the weather, most clearly denote the presence of rheumatism, which wiy later on develop into rheumatic fever. ' Dear me,' said Mrs. Knibb to our re porter, ' I have been a great sufferer from rheumati...

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

iBAJNTDBSft aprtS' StJCAXTFTI EXTEA T Ucder the distinguished patronage ,ofHii Majesty Jibe 3£(ng of Italy, as per communiottlpri m«de ]by tteMiniitetforl'oieiifn Affure.thtonBt theCon srol Qeneriil for -tdkljr, :at Uelboarne, Starch 14th, J878. AwarJed dii)iiom« *t ah» Ainit«raatn Enht tition, JKSJ. Acknowledged- by llecUak) Clinica arid pnl»ei»U-e»»ll;ove»: the iilooe. ' ?? . . - THere ar«imlt»tipni iofJinqilrpU Eitrabt in the: ^OTketjprM^ctt rf simple ?-dtrallii^nr.iDrniins crude Tesinoui oils, ., in order that these etude olu mayjnot be tikm f or our t)iire VolatUVBicalypti Extract, wMdh ie teoognisea. hj £he iiei\p\ Divi sion of the PfuaiUn ObVernaient to be or pntfectly ^ure* origin, ias'Aet iofon&atibn forwarded to ne through the Consul at Melbburoe, March 2, 1878, 'we state :— . It U proved by teatB mads by the Medical Clinics of the Untfereitl'g of lionn and Grfefswald (Prue sis), and reported to by Dr. Schlutx. Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. '...

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Paddy's Three Answers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Paddy's Three Answers. _r Fbedbrick of Prussia had a great mania for enlisting very tall men into the Royal Guards, and paid an enormous bounty to his recruiting officers for getting them. One day the re cruiting sergeant chanced tofijpy on Hibernian, who was at least seven feet high . He oocos ted him in English, and proposed that be should enlist. The idea of military life and a large bounty so delighted Patrick, that he immediately con sented. 'Bat unless you can speak German the ting will not give yon en much.' ' Gch, be jahere !' said the Irishman. ' Slinre it's that — Oi don't know a word of German.' 41 But,' said the sergeant, ' three words will be sufficient, and these you can learn in a short time. The king kuows every man in the Guard?. As soon as he gees yon he will ride np and ask you hnw .old you are. You will say, ' 27.' Nex!, how Jong have you beeti in the service 1 You ujhsI reply, ' three wcpIcb.' Finally, if you are provided with clothes and rations ? You answer, *...

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Conversing by Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Co&versisg by Telephone. Replying to a communication received from a resident of Bundanoon, requesting that ar rangements he made whereby persons may converse by means of the telegraph wire, pay ing Rpocial ft'es for the privilege, the Deputy Postmaster-General save that it is proposed to issue a regulation shortly providing for special conversations being hfld, snbjeol to certain re strictions, at a moderate charge.

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Campbelltown Police Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

' Oampbelltova Police Opurt. SaTDEDAT. jA2JTJ*Er 29. , Bwp^ H. Winton, E»q., J.P. '?;.; v\ ? ;;; :- | ;:. ?:-«Mait.DliltS.OA8M. - . ?-?'?? :'. MrsY W. W.'lJ^s ^5lKl. Johnston .-, t»aim!1for £8 18* 8|d, goods sold andde llvBred. ? - . .?'?''-.?? ?;?' -,*? ' ' ' Mr. Ja». Long, ju»., reprewnted the plajntfff. , .;. Defendant did not appear, but wirnd from Llsmore, asking for a postponement of the case for a fortnight.. .. , This was accordingly granted. Same v. W. Meredith.— Claim for £2 Is lOd, goods sold and delivered. Mr. Long proved the debt, and a verdiot was entered' for plaintiff for. the (nil amount claimed; court costs, 4s 10d. In a wages case, in which Basil Cooper was the defendant, Messrs. Winton and Graham adjudicated, a verdict being entered for the full amount claimed. , . _

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Proposed Cottage Hospital for Camden. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Proposed Cottage Hospital for Gamdea At the last meeting of the. Camden Mnuinipal Council, held on Wednesday, ldih January, Aid. E. C. Griffiths moved, '' That this conn-: cil take into consideration the advisability of establishing a oottage hospital for Qsmden.' Aid. Griffiths said his primary obiect was tb bring this very important subjeot before the conncil for discussion. He had not the facts and figures to lay in detail before the aldermen, hut would shortly be in a position to do so. He considered such an institution had become a necessity. The Health Act, as they were aware, was very stringent, and he thought rightly so. He might say, however, that any dairyman in any part of the district could easily be mined hy its provisions. If his family should unfortunately be afflicted with scarlat fever, the milk from his dairy would have to be thrown away, for he could not supply it to the JSydney firms, or to local creameries ; and it might occur that a man with a large family migh...

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Election of Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

?'? Sliottw of AHwmttt- ' * A public meeting of ^ratepayer* was b*ld fo the Towo HaN, C«mpbeHtowo, yesterday, at noon, for thfijiorpnin of nominating and elect log three aldmnen and two *«litors in In* room of Uiom irtiKng i^y *ffli»iioD -of iuntf The rttntning officer' (Aid. OainHS) &*? aided, and 'read the name* of the candidates norniosted, flaroriy, D. H. Barker, W. B. Oaldwell, and N. Doyle (for aldermen), and J. M. Senuedy and Wm, Graft (for auditor*). As the candidates nominated did not exceed thenninber for -which vacancies existed, the gentlemen named above were duclarod duly elected far the ensuing term. In returning thanks for his election. Aid. Barker referred to the fact that he had been re eleoied to the council, after 15 years' office, without opposition. Be could only take this as a. great compliment, and was thankful ac cordingly. He went- on to explain that daring the past twelve months he had, as Mayor, used his best endeavor* to work the council into a sa...

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HIS SHAVING BRUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

HIS SHAVING BRUSHES. Tbebe was upon the steamer on which we were returning from Europe an elderly Jew ish gentleman, who freely told anyone who would listen, all bis affairs. He was in busi ness, it was true, but he (ravelled simply for pleasure — this time, simply for Dleasur*. He boasted a good deal of his money, and always exhibited his possessions with the statement of their cost. He told us how ' ttxpensive' his house wa», and Also the *»!skrn cloak of madam, his wife, who was not with him ; bnt he was always polite and anxious to do those civil ihingB which people can do on shipboard. I never saw him in an unpleasant mood, or uncivil to anynne, but it appears that some thing about him irritated a. passenger by the lishie of Barley, who had tnora than once shown Signs of the fact that he had a furious temper and a, private bottle. He bad become the talk of Ibe passengore, when, one day, a lurch of the strainer threw Mr. Jones violently against Mr. Barley. It was, as everyonesaw...

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

Cricket. Cakpbelltown v. Liverpool District. A team representing the Campbtlltown club journeyed to Liverpool on Anniversary Day to try. conclusions with nn eleven representa tive of the Liverpool dktriot, and » drawn game, vary much in favor of Campbelltown, was the result. Going to the wickets first, the home team put together 156, of which number Hull compiled 46, Park 24, D. Don nan 13, R: Donnan 13. Hartee IS. and Black man 10. The visitors then took the creases, and though they bad to face a score of over a century and a half, against a strong com bination of bowlers, they made light of the task, and as a result of their efforts they had 112 to their credit for the loss of only one wicket when stumps were drawn — a most creditable performance, and one that gives a good idea of the strength of the 'Oampbell- town team. Those players responsible for the compilation of the majority of the runs are J. H. Payten and D. Bigelsford, who put to gether, by attractive cricket, 62 not ou...

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"Every Year." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

l::- -^^00^^m^::y^-\ . % i- '?^F^ile ilie' cloud.grow» darker o'er %b ' '?' ' -;.' Sjjien the U«iB«--ni»dt»n? -faded yi ' ' ? ?'Ti'nt-t' b1'Kin- we mlglit fcnvc Aided, 5^'t ;Airt}fiuiniOrtAl%«riand» braHed '?'. ?-? j,'-,;:*i-y'(is;?»i- ?-. ^^ ;;^ '-'^tfiiry jr$ar. ;' ? ? ?- i ,**..:? - , ? ?- .. ?? ,:t.:-. '??:????'? ';:-? To the {-a§t go inort- df ad f acei . , ?. . ^ : ' Every year ; - Come no new ones in their places ? ; . ?- ' --? ' - Bvvrjjyear { ? . Everywhere I he tad eyes jn wt »», In tlie coming dusk they greet us, And to cpme to them entreat 'ui ? . ? * Every year. - ' Y«u »re growing old,' ihny tell us, ? '...? Every year;* »' Yon are m«re dlone,' .they tell os, Every year ; ' You can win no new affection, 'You have only recollection, ' Deeper sorrow and dejection, t ? Every year. Ym, the ihores of life are shifting Every year, .And we are to seaward drifting, Every year;' Old places dunging fret «b, The living more forget ui, TJiere are fewer to forget us . Every year. B...

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