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

Cotroanunoiut, Ceattcu. . .. Buadajr : Morning at 1 1, evening at 7. Cosuaunion : Rest Sunday fax tna month at morn iDgaeniee. Monday: Bible class, 8 p.m. 'Wednesday; Semen and choir practice, 7.46 p.m, 8crvioe every Sunday afternoon at Axeadia at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Ren O. A. Bares.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Continuous advertising is the but adver tising. Keeping your name always promi nently before the people and your goods always in their minds is reel, live advertising. Spasmodic publicity is cheaper ia dollars and cents, but its results, are correspondingly less. '-Keep everlastingly at it' is a good molto to hang over tha advertising desk.—' Shoe and Leather Gazette..'

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Eoll'wa.T laformatlwa. . SYDNEY-CAMPBEtLTOWN TRAIN SEBVICB. Week-day Service ; . . Leave Sydney, Arrive Ctyiyi.^^ 9.30 a.m. lQ.4ifclii.iu. ???? i0.85 ? ? HM .??:.:^v-v-. .«-i.ao*m.. ??:',, .S-fljS ?*».'.,. . t 5.15 ..«j05..-.. .;'????? t 5.18 6.*3 ... e.6Q 8-28 t 9.09 ? 9.69 11.30 1-00 Miu Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. * 9-08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.16 p.m. 2.28 3-28 6.10 7.17 Leore G'town . Arrive Sydney. ? 4.43 a.m; 6.00 a.m. 7.85 8-46 8.40 9-85 9.15 10.48 p.ta. 12.30 p.m 2.05 3.88 ' ' 4.45 4.00 5.44- 8.88 10^ Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive O'iMra. 9.40 a.m. 11.06 «.«. 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.80 7.15 9.00 9.59 - 9.80 11.01 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. 4.48 a.m. 6.10 ?.m. 7.35 9.U ; : 12.80 p.m. 2.05p.m. I-., 5.10 ???..-'.? 6.42 jfe, 8.30 .-??? 10.05 ^Ifttnrdays exeepted. * Mondays «xoepted. CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMIJEN JBAMWAY. Leave G'town. Arrv Garnden. 7.85 8.m. 8.10 a.m. . 9.15 ??'?'???.;. 9.50 v 10.55 . . ?? ? H.35 :-: t 3,83iS»»|^ ?;;::-;|i .. 4.18p.m. 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 8.30 ...

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Wise and Otherwise. DYNAMITE was invented in 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Wise af|d Otherwise. Dynamite was invented in 1848. Locomotives vae a third of Eng land's coal. Troubles, like babieB, grow larger by nursing, . A flower grows wherever « kind word is spokep. A sceptic is a man who doubts the accuracy of his own watch. ?', In persons grafted in a serious trust, negligence is a crime. A horse will live 25 days without food, merely drinking water. Oculists say that one form of blindness is caused by smoking. ^*iisy4hre aSt^i^iroiwror a' king, but he must die as a man. The man who deserves the most - credit generally has to pay cash. Orange-juice is ..one of the best dressings for black shoes or boots. The chance of two finger prints, being alike is not one in sixty-four billions. Honey may be poisonous if the bees have extracted it from poison ous plants. - -j^.:_. The florin is the only piece of . money fliatrhasBScaped&inggiy^ii A. man likes his wife to be just clever enough to comprehend his cleverness, and jnst stupid enough to admire it. ...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

- PENNY-POSTAGB AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following ' towns :— Appin, Bringetly, Browntow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckenley, Glenfidd, ; Greendale, Holdsworthy, Boston Fark, IngJeburn, , .' ' Laddenhxm,. Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellen, The Osks, Pioton, FHMtona,' i Thirlmere, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton, Out- ? ? side these distances the postage is 2d hdf ounce. W. Wood, rostmaater.

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

foetal laformatioa. Minis are despatched from GampbeUtoirn u under : — Sydney and North, 8.45 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sunday* ejecepted. South, 8 p.m., Saturdays 6S0 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Uamden, 10 a.m. and 6.S0 p.m, Saturdays .10 a.ta. ' and 6,30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same tims as Oamden. - . Minto, 8.45 a.m., Sondsys excepted. Inglebum, 8 45 a.m., Sundays ezcepted. Orasville, S p.m. and 9 p.m., Sondays exoepted.. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturday* excepted. Wedderbum, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. I'icton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 p.m., Sondtya eioepled. Douglas Park, same time as Ficton. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepced. -? Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex.. . cepted. ' ' ?

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Celery for Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Celexy for Rheumatism It is asserted that riieumatiBin is impossible if celery be cooked and eaten freely. The feet that it is almost always put on the table raw* we are * Idj prevents its therapeutic powers from becoming known. The celery, ft is further said, should be cut into bits, boiled in. water until soft, and the water drunk by the patient.. ?ut new milk, with a little flour aad nutmeg, into a saucepan with the boiled celery; serve it warm with pieces of toast, eat it with potatoes, and the painful ail ment will soon yield. Such is the declaration of a physician who has again and again tried the experi ment and with uniform success. He adds that cold op damp never produces, but simply develops, the disease, of which acid blood is the primary and sustaining cause, and that while the blood is alkaline there can be neither rheumatism nor gout.

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

A Jockey's Terrible Oo&diticm. A SEEIBS OF ACCIDENTS. It may be taken for granted that nothing is further from the mind of tbe jockey, wjien riding in » close-contested race, than V.he chances of an accident .occurring. ' The. ko qaency with' wbieb mishaps' take plaos on the raoeoonfse, however, serves to illustrate the old saying, 'Ifs the unexpected that generally happens.' ? ' : ' ' ? Mr. T. H. Larupard, of 15 Fisher-street, Adelaide, wlio waB an intense sufferer from inf digestion and internal injuries, the results o acoidfttls with horses, arid who has been com pletely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for ?al« People, stated his case to a reporter, as follows : — ' I have been a snfferrr for years witb chronic indigestion* and iuternal injuries received acci dentally from horses. When I was sixteen years of age, a horse threw me heavily, which stunned me, and I lay unconscious for six hours. I was carried home ta. where X was then, living at East Wellinertcm. Smith Aus...

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

BANDBB fcSOMTB' EUCAlTm BXTBAt.T— Under the dietingul»hed patronage of Hu Majesty th« Kiog of Italy, As |ier coorinuniostion mads by tl^e MMsStet f or pord){n ASiita, thtoogh the Con ml fitnewl for Italy- At Maboitm*, M*rbnHth, -.. J67S1 Awarded dipfom* at the^-2nterd*m Exht- ' bitloft, X888. AfctaowMgeaTif MedJoal Clihici andUnlver«Ute»aUov*^hBGloW. lW^are imltttioii* ,of Eucalypti fixtnot in the mJrket, produStg-trf simple dtetillatlon, forming - crude ie«uibui bU». In order that these crude oils ' ' (n*y not be-UkeuTor our. vttis'Volattie Buoalypti aiaact, :wKoh i« recognliea bj- Ou Medical Bivi iion pi tbe Vru»»i»t- Government *0 i» «f perfectly pure origin, «s per ioformition forwarded 'to u» (hrougb the Consul at Melbouwo, March 2, 1878, «e state: — ~ . It ia proved by teita made by tbe Medical Climes of the Universities of Bonn and Qriefswald (Frat sia), sod reported to by Dr. Schiuti, Professol of Fbarmaoolottv at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of Hie Medical Clin...

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Campbelltown United Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

OiaanpiieUtowa Uaitel Band of Hope. Thb usnal monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening lest, 3rd inst.,. in the Wesleyan Chapel, when there was a good attendance of members and1 friends In the' Absence of Mr. Robt. Phizackerley (vice president) during the first part of tbe meeting, Mr. W. Webb, Jan.. undertook the duties of chairman. The various sobs, duets, recita tions, etc,, were very creditably rendered, and a most pleasant evening was spent by ibose present. The program ma submitted was as follows :— Opening hymn, ' Work for the Night is Coming,' company ; chorus, ' Love at Home,' choir : recitation, ' He was One bf those Fellows,' Charlie Webb ; solo, 'Sing unto the Lord,' Beattie Edwards ; recitation, '.'The Reason Why,' Laura Brooker ; dant,. 'Have courage, my Boy,' Elsie Barker and afsssie Webb ; recitation, ' Drat that Cat,' Mr. W. Webb, jun. ; chorus, ' Cheer, boys, Cheer,' choir-; recitation, '? Will you Join V Jessie Webb ; solo, ' LsbA, kindly Light,' ...

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He Can't Do It. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Be Can't So It Eeadehs who are fond of playing harmless practical jokes on their unfortunate fellows may be amused at the following: — . Pick out one of your friends, and tell him he could not put one of iis Ifics Wiifnio-h his arms with his wrists tied together- He will pro bably put his hands together and then try. Finding it a very simple feat, be wul accept your challenge. Tie his wrists firmly together and set him to work. He will soon put his leg through his arms, but when he tries to get it back again he will find it next to impossible. After a little fun you can, of course, release him from his uncomfortable position.

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What a Cow Should Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

What a Cow Should Oo. It takes about 1501bs. of butter at good market price to pay for the keeping of a &-w fw one year. At 'the standard of 4 per cent, of but ter fat, that amount of butter will require about 35001bs. of milk. Therefore, a cow must yield 3500 pounds of milk, or, say, 1700 Quarts, to ' stand even' with her owner, if butter is made. In order to give a fair share of profit on the invest ment, a cow should yield at least SQOOlbs. of 4t per cent, milk, which would produce, say, 200lbs. butter.

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St. James' Church. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

fit. James' Gtaxoli* OpENIUflbQEBEHOHV. Thb pew chnrch*liich has lately been erected by the members of the Church of England in the Mintojngleburn-Glenfitld district, on what is generally admitted, to be a most anitable site between the ^o^rst-uamfid^places, was form sljy opened op Saturday Mternoon/Uet, a wry : IkYge attendtuce/whidb ti^ufled visitors fronV all parts of the district, being 'present at the' ceremony. . xue service was conauetea oy me Ven. Archdeacon Langley, and other clergy men present who assisted were tha Revs. T. V. Alkin, M.A. (rector), G. H. AUnutt (Cob toty), and O. J. King (Camden). The soryice gone through was appropriate to the occasion, the musical portion of which was carried out by an efficient ohoir, with Miss Carpenter, of Camden, as organist. The archdeacon, daring the service, preached a powerful sermon, taking fer his text the fifth verse of the seventh chapter of St. Luke — ' For He loveth all nations, tod hath built ne a synagogue.' In prefacing ...

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British and Foreign Bible Society. CAMPBELLTOWN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

British, and FoMiga BlUe Society. Campbelltown Branch. The annual meeting of the above was held in the Town Hall, Campbelllown, on Wed nesday last, 2nd inst., at 8 p.m. There was a good attendance. Upon the platform were —the Revs. R. T. Hills (travelling represen tative of the «oeiety),/T. V. Alkin, M.A., G. A. Raves, B.A., R. SteeL M.A- J. Ashmead, and Aldermen Barker and Calctwetl, Js.P. The Rev. T. V. Alkin occupied the chair, and, assisted by the Rev. R. Steel, conducted devotional exercises. Mrs. H. L-. Cox pre sided at the organ. In the course of Vis remarks upon the broadness of the platform of the Bible Society, ti&jjh*hB)AO happily referred to the extended platform which the civic fathers had provided in the hall. The Rev. R. T. Hills, after a speech, brim full of facts and figures, delivered with earnestness, moved the first resolution, which was as follows: — 'That this meeting, upon hearing the report of the British and Foreign Bible Society for the year 1897, r...

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

j&yBnl Station. A special meeting of 'the Campbelltown -Joiincil was held on Thuiradry evening Jast ?pa thfl purpose of electing a Mayor for the psuingyaar. Thers was aioHatteaiJanoe of ildermen, namely, AJaVrWif Barker (in the ojair), Gatrble, ^dfr?fl|-©oyle, Oummins, ^nch,^edg.wick, Gj-ahain,ftnd Fowler. '? The inrtOT^^of ?tneifpr«v1oua aieeting were tesd and adofte'd. -r ,' ~ Aid. iB&rkM* then Mriiiajned tha ohieet for whioh the meeting' had been cullsd, and invited nominations. Aid. Gamble said he had pleasure in nomi nating Aid. Barker for tbe position. Aid. Barker had, he said, occupied tbe ohsir.on previous occasions ; he bad always done his duty, and could be relied upon to do so again if re-elected.. Last year they hud elected him to do nolbiug, or, iu other words, to see that money was spent only when absolutely neces sary. This he had succeeded in doing, aad he (Aid. Gamble) trusted he would follow tbe same coarse this year, after whieh it was hoped they w...

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

Tkt English Grioketns. Thk return match between New South Wales' and the English cricketers was,, advanced an other stage on Monday on the Sydney Cricket Ground, and things went favorably for the borne team. Owing to a big stand of 81 rnns bv Pve and Howell for the tenth wicket, the New Soutb Wales total eventually reached 415, and then the Englishmen, without the assistance of MacLaren, made 227 for the loss of half-a-donen wiokets. For New South Wales, Pye compiled a Srst-rnte 80 not out, and Howell, who went in last, speedily hit up 48. When tbe Englishmen batted, the bowl ing of Noble was so excellent tbat at one time he had tho plendid average of foar wickets for 85 runs, and be ended the day with an aver age of five for 66. The best batting for the Englishmen was done by Wainwright, Hay ward, Ranjitsinhji, and Druce, the Prince being dismissed by a remarkably brilliant catch on tbe part of Gregory. Mr. Alex. Kethel says tbat in his recent travels he fonnd no city so cleanly as...

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

WlSLBXAH CHDhCH. Wst received. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Picton Pjlbish.— Roman Catholic. Feb. IS— Picton at 9-30, Thirlmere II Kev. D. A. Hdrnett.

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

PaBguTTBBitB Church. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7,«nd during sum mer months at 7. 30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, .? ajn.— Keligioos instruction, public achbnt. Thnndtty, 7.3ft p.m. — fYayer aMctiag aad choir practice. The Minister nay be seen at the Manse on EViday «veaiBg»r7-». * * Bir. D. Moobi. B.A. Rav. B. Stbbl, M.A. (in olwrge).

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If We Knew. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

;:^- ':':':UHS^Sum.- fBV'CrowdW round our nfigliliour's w»j,X r9^#*'e*°'-j?l*j't!'j'^- -« '??''?* ??'??'? L W*ftW-* ihen so Ofl* n cliid.- him pfSPJileiMifioriHfiftwid^iD, ' ?;' f ' -t»-»ing ou hulife a stain t ^» Let sis rewh siihin our b..som» H For the key to others litres. ^m And with iuve to'arcU erring fixture ? Cherish good lhat'siili aurvivi* t ^E Sit.that when our di-robed spirit* ' H^ .-.Soar to realms of light again, ? ^m 'We nny iay, dear FutTirt, judge u« ' ^E' A» w» judge our IWnw met).

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Looal tmd Qoiexal. There was a clean sheet at the local police court on ^Saturday. ' ? A meeting of the Local Land Buard will be held at Canipbelltown at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, 16th instant, vide advertisemenl. Aid. j, H. WbitebousB baa been eftcted 'Mayor of lnglebnru for the onrrent municipal .year. TbcappointmeDt was made at a meet ing of the council, held last week. The next sitting of thoISlttiei^owt.'toW 4nM at Campbelltown, ii act down 'Tor Thurs day, 24th instant. Plaints moat be entered fourteen days in advance of that date. Ataapecial meetfngof I he Picton Municipal Council, held on 27th nit., a resolution was passed authorising the «onatroetioa of the Pic ton Water Supply works, and «oeepting tha liability of their construction. The other day, asjf the Kiama Reporter, a dairy inspector tilled twelve beasts from tee herd in the Kiatna district, his opinion being that they were diseased. On leing opened, eight were fonnd lo be sonnd, and the owner bad to b...

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