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

O^mtewji Mniii«tp*l Ooiiiell. .^ washildjht1*p^|chaWrtonTbnr«l.y read and adobted. 1? ? ^1&-teA:- :??'?-.. . ' J; The correspondence received ooniislad of ? departmental 'letter. artiBjg lor certain in formation re the Oampbetttpwn 'Reservoir Site,— This was received, on M»e motipn of Aldetmen Sedgvrick and Gfcmblft. , - ;? Mr. W. Orwft wrote, enclosing aocttont for enlarging the Town Hall atage. — The amount — £12 5s — was passed for payment, on the motion of Aldermen Gamble and Sedgwick. \ On the motion of Aid. Doyle, seconded by Aid. Gamble, it wbb agreed to invite nnmial tenders, same to be considered at the next meeting. ' The question of the Oampbelltown reservoir site was introduced by Aid. Caldwell, who asked to be informed bow the matter stood, He pointed out that a certain person had an exclusive right to. the enclosure for ugijtroenf. purposes,' to the detriment of all others. Thil he considered a scandal, and nrged that the gates be thrown open to-lbo public. y T...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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The Irishman Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

The Irishman Again. Paddy Kelly walked into the Bick room of Mickey Dolan. Mickey lay there pale, with his eyes closed. Pat said, ' Mickey, it's ill ye're looking. First's the matter wid ye ?' 'Do ye know that spalpeen of Widdy O'Bricn'b second husband ?' asked Mickey. 'That Oj do,' answered Pat. ' He bp^mn.a pound to a pint Oi couldu't schwuller an igg widont breakin' the Bhell av it.' ' And did y« do it ?' 'That Oi did,' 'Then fwat's ailin' ye ?'' 'It's, dawn thare,' said Mike (laying his hand on his stomach) ; ?' if Oi jump Oi'll break it an' cut me stnumick wid the shell. If OiUpe quiet lha lbiug'11 hatch out a»' Oi'll have a Shanghai rooster clawin' me inside.'

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Three Good Things. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Tbxeo Good Tilings. A Nkwark roan was walking down to business one morning, when he saw a young woman, with a baby in hur arms, sitting on a church step and ireeping. The man, whopi we shall call Jones, was was touched by her apparent distress, and asked her what was the canso of it. ' I walked into town,' she replied, ' to have my baby christen^, and now it wilt cost mn three dol'urs to have the service performed. I haven't the money, and I doa't know what to do.' ' Well, that's a small matter,' Raid Jones. '? I haven't three dollars in change, bnt here's a ten dollar bill. Take it, and I will wait here for the change.'' The. woman returned in a short time. and handed Jones seven dollars. He patted the child's head, and went, down town, rejoicing in his own goodness. He felt good all that day, and his conntenancc- shone with an unusual brightness. ''I am happier than usual to-day,' said Jones, ' and tha reason of it is that I did three good tliiogp on my way down town this morniug....

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Not Back Yet. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

' ' *-rot Back tfet/' '';;:f [A;- WAV with jhree children entered iVresUur ;ant in a O^»n t»wb. »nd vafier they ^were all seated, he said, y Now, children, are yoa ?nttngryf \ - '^v ,':---'- ? :^f;- -'YW.',-', * '?? ' '.. '. . ' ' ?,. ., !'. = *''Wo^ld;v0u like some saasacetr ' - -. -'?T^^, iittg%See3ml^ei2lwo,-;!t|» myeelf— that roikes five. Ah, I haveforgot teo tht bread 1 Wsitress, some bread. Npf, eat away !' '?.';'. ? There was a sotemu jingling of knives an* forks ; the sausages were demolished, and the children's faces were all over smiles. «' Enjoyed it, eh t' ' Yes.' ? -r 41 Like some more sausages V 'Yes, yes!' '? Waitress, two or three more sausages.' These, too, vanished. The gnest ordered some boar, having drnnk which be took his bat and stick, and said to the children, ' Now, you must be very good and quiet. I shall be back directly. I am ouly going to get some cigars.' ~ 'All right I' EW-mioutes passed, a quarter of an hour, 'half an' hour. Then the landlord said to H...

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Hints to Butter Makers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 February 1898

Bints to Butter Makers It) a letter in as Otago paper, Mr. J. Chappie states that by adding to the milk as soon an drawn from the cow about two teacnpsful of boiling; water to an ordinary sized milk pail, any taste of turnips in the batter may be pre vented. Mr. Cbapiilu soys hi' has kaown milk treated this way for years, and the bntter from it sold in the West Bod of London. Treatment thut will remove rhe odour of . trtr nips fmnj buttnr should be oqually useful ih re moving the odour of native weed*. Women hnve one month to spe&k — two eye: to answer. In friendship we pardon tho virtues, in love the ftnlfce.

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

Ingleburn. A very pleasant evening was spent on Thurs day, 27th January, at the residence of Mr. W. J. Collins. About 12 couples assembled, and dancing was kept up with great vigor un til the early hours of the morning. During the evening several duets and comic songs were rendered by the Misses Scott and Mars den (of Liverpool), also by Mr. P. M'Donald and R. Campion, which helped to brighten the enjoyment of the evening. The music was provided by Mr. J. Williamson, and was, as usual, all that conld be desired. The object of the gathering was to commemorate the silver wedding of the host and hostess. The health   of Mr. and Mrs. Collins was proposed by Ald. Percival, and in a humorous speech Ald. Col lins responded. He said he hoped by the time of the golden wedding to be able to teach the guests the art of winning the good wishes of the young ladies. Afterwards, all joined in singing, "For he's a jolly good fellow," which   brought the evening to a close....

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

Obituary.     It is with regret that we record the death of Mr. John Jones, son of Mr. Wm. Jones, of Menangle, which sad event occurred on Mon day night of last week. Mr. Jones had been ailing for some considerable time, the nature of his illness bring consumption. He bore his trials with fortitude and true Christian resignation. He was highly esteemed by a wide circle of friends, his many good qualities gaining for him the respect of all with whom he came in contact. The deceased gentleman had only attained his 87th year, and was con sequently in the prime of life. The funeral look place on Wednesday afternoon, the body being interred in the R.C. Cemetery, Campbelltown. The Rev. Father Kennedy, in the temporary absence of Father Dunne, read the burial service at the grave, the funeral arrangements being entrusted to Mr. N. Doyle.  

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How to Judge a Good Milker as a Calf. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

How to Judge ft Good Milker as a Calf. It has been published in a Swedish newspaper that a discovery has recently been made and proved by a first-class veterinarian that it is possible at the birth of a calf to judge whether jt will be a gpod milch cow.. It Iisb been ob served that the palps on tbe inner -sides of the cheeks, near the corner of tbe mouth, have dif ferent forms, according as the animal is a good, a middle-class, or an indifferent milker. The palps being large, broad and Sat, denote that the animal will give a large qnactity of milk. If they are only ronnd, the milk quali ties ore only of the most ordinary description, while if they are pointed, the milk yield is of tbe most wretched description.

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oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

OddfeUoTOiip. Ax the annual nieetlng »nd elertiorj of officers -»f the Cuniberlabd Lrtdge, G.U.O.O.F., bif)6 in the Town Ball, Campbelltoirn, recently, the offirer's report wbb pretwntvd, and showed that, tbe lodge bad made steady progress daring the year, seven new members being initiated. The following officers were elected : — N.F., Bro. C. Smith ; N.G.,.Bro. C. North ; Y.G., Bro. C. Tripp ; Fin. Secretary, Sro. E. J. Wmton; Elec. Secretary, Bro. S. 8mith ; Treasurer, .Bro. J. Long; I.O., Bro. C. Hnckstcpp ; Warden, Bro. J. J. Johnson ; Delegate, Bro. O. Smith ; Trustees, Bros. Wni. Gee and Oi Tripp. AU information re joining the above will be gladly given by any' of the officers.

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Minto School. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Jfiiato School. In consequence of tbe conflicting, -statetaentt of ? - jmil! section of tfi« jwideui* 4n the neighborhood of Minlo rfgar^ing Oie most central position for the ereciinn of a higher grads icjiool, the Beparttnont «f lidqcation haslound it aeoessary ^ have sniitJierVaport ? from iheiospector of itht disnicb«arid acoord ? i«glyi, Mr. vJ^Jwioa. iras jnet jttr; ttis raiiw»y ... station on Satorday week Wt by a number of tbe roiidents, not only -if Mints bat of the surrounding distriot, with a view to famish ing (hat gentleman with acourate information as to the most central position etc. The in spector, with hit usual courtesy, heard patiently the views of a number. of the teai dentB, who, with tbe exception of three parties (two of whom live on the . Oampbelltown Common, about 44 miles from Minto) were unanimuus, in their with to bare the site on eastern aide of the railway line, close, to the station. The Education Department now being fnlly seized of the requirements of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Living Seenjed a Curse! Lost Nerye Vcmet. Lost Energy. Lost Money. FAYING TOE MEDICINE THAT BID NO GOOD. Bayid sad Bpoedy Recovery DUE TO Says Mr. M. Johnston, Geelong, Victoria, wbowritfs on the 19th September, J896 :— Those whp have never bad a day's illness can not know the feeling of gratitnde that permeates the system of one who, after .days, weeks, and years of sickness, has been restored to strength and vigorthroogb tbe disooTery of one who bis Bied his;bro!DS for tbe purpose of restoring strength to the sick, I was one of these. For a considerable tima I was troubled with extreme lassitude,'' I thought it was nothing bnt lazi nese, and tried to work it off, but it was of no avail. I; became extremely ner(roas,cand was frequently afraid of falling, my dizzinass was bo great. I detested the sight of food, and oonld hardly digest anything, and was ultima tely compelled to lie np, all the while taking medicine and carrying out the doctor's orders. I lost weight rapidly, and foun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

AGISfMENT.— Cattle grazed for 10b and ? horses for XI 6a (ier year, on 2250 acres security-fenced land; abundance (trass and water. . Apply, Lewis Wearot, Upper Snrragorang. T-IGS WANTED, four to eight months, -V well bred ; state price. Joseph Weirick, ?'Thonmlle,' Leumeab. . ? SEED POTATOES for SALE ; different sorts. Apply, JOSEPH WEIRICK, ' Tliorn Wile,' Lenmearj. - :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

WE ABE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^j§§i^2pP^ Fit All A A ? and aU kinds of PIANOS, | Musical— ORGANS ! Instruments C'^O-O^*^ IN AUSTRALIA We buy for cash at the Factories- 1 This it the reason ; we can give our Customers such good value, at least ao $ex cent less than other Houses. We guarantee nil our Instruments and exchange free of cost if : Customer notssatisfied. We have been established in ' Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the lajgest and bert selected stock of high-class goods. If you send your order by post you can. tsely upon : our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally present to select. Catalogues sent post free on application. Easy Time-Paynlent Terms : can be arranged for any Instrument. ' W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., TAKES MORE I THAN HALF AN EYE to detect the schemes. of dishonest 'tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe'? 5»cbr?apps ? ON YOU. ? The Campbelltown Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad van...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, February 7, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Mtrflytt Btport. SOUTH COAST AND WEST OAMDBN CO V -*BK&OTV:«*ldMPANy, V 2 .;?;'.? ' 7;u»itTisb; ...I-' ' iV^.^ : ' SvpNtv, Fefcrutry 7, 1897. . : Butter, oteunnj, per lh'., 7d to 1\i : „ second quality, dairy, .Sid to * d 8kCi.li, bertimuii-curea 7d to 7J1 Bacon, bent machine wired, Old to 0d J ; Btcon, best hea\ y and roogh, 6 Jd Hami, betttend-imred,-8tdio»d Hami, machine cured, f^d to 8-1 Lard, SJ4 to 6d :.? . Cheese, lint quality, 4}-) to 3Jd Hooey, Bd to 2ii ' Hide., pei lb., lid oli £4JKsMot, etch, 9fi to 2. Od Flour, jSrsl qutlity, per ion, £l^0s «d te £13 10s Slour, Mcond quiii.y. £12 6» Malta, per bu»irtt.iie», S»XM to fa 3d . ?Wt.wt,^a4o,4i,«d ; :?, .. OhrtF, perto*-,*! taglo ««1-» Od ^, Barley, English, per uulhel, 3s M to Js 9d „ Q»p«,:3a ftfcto ?|M- ? v. -'? /'. . ^ Ry* grans tefta,' p -r bush., 6» t»d tb 6» fil Cockifoolgm* «vfa- P' bust., 9* to 3* 64 Bran, 84 to4ld . . ? PoUud,ft) I- to »id OaU,ired,2aSdto3tl0d O»U,leed, 2i6dt»2j6i Onions, per ton, £6 Ids Od t...

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What Makes Them Cry? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Wbat Makes Them Crjr? Yon have a very son finger, let ui aay. It msy be a hurt, a toil— or, worse still, that fctrtuUy painful thing, * (don. Qb, my ! oh, toy t Wist a time you have been trying to protect thit poor 'fin- get. It is aU the time setting hit or knookiog agatntt BimethibR. Simply to keepHt out of harm's way wotriw you .inore than dojng ii'i^y'stwork j iB yon dorj'teuccfeed— and wonldn:t, even with » iken policemen to help* y bu. You are soared of a '.' r threatening to light on it. : ? That 1b the principal, on which Mrs; Elisabeth Hen couldn't beat ttS leant noise. She had no re finger, but she had what was still more tenti re— a body full of tore neries ; weak, ttarvud, istrung nerreg. Bo the prattle of childien, the Ming ot* door, the momeDUrjr roar of a. waggon the street, the clatter of dishes in the kitchen, ? thousand and ene sounds and noises that are in e air constantly— why, the smallest of them ruck her like a blvw from a club. Noises which b not regarded hy ...

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A Large Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

ALaxgeFaim. The largest farm in New Zealand was at one time a swamp or morass, but was reclaimed by drainage. It is situated on tbe Great Canterbury Plain, and is the property of Mr. John Grieg. The building's for workmen, barns, etc., constitute a small village, and all the machinery for muling, threshing, and chaff cutting is driven by water power. The estate contains 15,000 acres, and of this 700*0 acres are culti vated with wheat, oats, barley, tur nips, rope, mangels, potatoes, peas, and beans. Thirty-five four-horse teams are employed, and 160 work men are engaged all the year round, and the average yearly savings of the men deposited in the savings bank amount to £4000. A policeman was asked at aa in quest whether he had done any thing to resuscitate the deceased. 'Yes, sir,' was the reply. 'I searched the pockets.'

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

CHUSCH SEBYICES. Chcboh or Encuno.— St. Pxtkbs. Bunday services : Moroing at 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.9 in summer. Holy Commit- Ion: First Sunday in tae month, at morning seivice ; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in Ihe month* of June, Jury, and August. On tesbrals, as annouiiced. 'WMaeadaj: Serf ice at 7 SO p.m. ; choir practice ?tSp.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 9-m.y and Bible Class. r ©»hham Court tad lnglebuin services on Sundays alternately aaprota)? and afternoon ai usual until the new church is opened. See local lists. Kit. I. V. Alkib.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

- \. -*. CAPTAIN PEBiQ-TTSOlitj '' '? '' W$rmx\$J$ Private Seoretary to ; : i ^^^^^ HIS EXCELLENCY i . ' : $&£$fe0&& THE GOVERNOR:: i »f N.s. Wales ; | Writes^- ; , ' I beg to Inform you that the sample packet of - . I jAs?^^^^^' ce^lon ; :v ? yon were good enoUcrh to semi me, was prepared for His Excellency, ' - ; and tbe Tea seemed to be or EXCELLENT Quality.' ' ] .. The Nirvana Tea Co. which puts up ils Tea in lead in the Country J in.whlch His grown Jn order that It may reach the public In the original . . ; packets, has appointed as. ils local, agent — ) [ ; Wt Dobell Brothers, Camden. : I' I ? . From whom FREE package may be obtained. ', I ; As this well-known Grocery House #111 fret Its Tea «|r«et ftpm ; ^ Ceylon, consumers will be given an opportunity of purchasing their Tea ? - ' on* the very Gardens that produce It. ? '' ', [ ', IN POUNDS and HALF POUNDS. i -

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Rohan Catholic Guv&cb. Banday: First if ass, 8.80 a.m. ; second Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mass, 9 a-m. ; evening devotion, 7.30. Christmas Day— At 7» 9» and 11 a.m. Rev. J. Dvmnb.

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