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

A Sigh Church Signitaxy ? The Right Reverend Moneignor O'Meo, Rector of St. John's College, Sydney, has expressed bis opinion of JjOASBY'JB 'WAHOO' in the foVowiog terms. Di- O'Briea's StSitenSB;*- ?'? : St John's CoVege, - ???;:?.'' v Vecember IB, 1W. - -Tf .;-, ^^^l^fal^^a^ ntfShV . .baa fully convinced tne of -its ex ceptional merits as a' remedy for Ihdig-!StioD. (Bigied) JAMES J. O'BBIEN. To Loasby'e * Wahoo' Mfg. Co. Loasfcy's WfthOO can be obtained from «'. chemists price Ss 6d, or post free from the sole manufacturers andproprietors LOASBT'S WAHOO MFO. Co., Ltd, 171 Kentsatreet, Sydney. SALE. SALE. SALE. -Great Stocktaking Sale Now On MBS. W. W.IiBBSN Queen-st., Oampbelltown. Wonderful Bargains in Drapery, BoolB, Shoes, &c. -. .* 60 pea. Print 4fd, fedaced to ,is 3d doz. . 40 pci. Print (latest stripes) fi^d, sale price is 9i doz. , 40 pcs. Mysore Zephyr 7d, clearing at 5s 3d doz. Ladies' Lea, Lace Boots and Shoes 5s 3d, sale . price 4s 6d. Men's Twaed Trousers from ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

The GampMltown. Eerald WITH WHICH 18 1NCORPOEATBO THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9. 1898.

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His Little Ruse. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

His Little Buse. The tramp had tried half-a-dozen lionses on tbe block for a bite to eat, and with such poor success that he was almost discouraged, and began to think be would have to draw on his private purse for the price of a free Innch with beer. One house was left, and he concluded he wonld try it. Tbe kitchen door was opened by the mistress of the mansion. ' I beg yotif pardon, lady,' be said, with a bow, ' but can. I get something to eat hen* f' ' I don't know whether you can or not,' she replied.' ' Yoa tramps bother me almost to death.' - . - - ; ' I'm sure* Judy, I don't wish to annoy yon^1 apologised the trass p, 'and I only cime here because — becansc ? ' '? Because what ?' she asked. ' Because, lady, at tlm house next door they set such fare before- me that really I could nut eat, and when I refused it the lady of the honse told me I couldo't get half as good anywhere else on the block, and drove me ont.' The woman looked over the tramp a minute. ' Did she say that 1' ...

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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF COLD. i CHAPTER I. ? A dingy street in a Lnndon aubnrb ; the I dullest and U«Bt interesting ol a)) tbe housM I in the row ; a parlor wboM windows were ? grimed with the dirt if many k erks, and I whose curtains hid faded beneath the ran of 1 many summers. ; a room wjjii-h had nothing I tof grace or elegance about it save the woman I Who sat on the hearthrug, iiot, bitter tears I streaming down her cheeks. I bhe was beautiful — aye ! beautiful aa a I * poet's dream — and yet everything about her I bespuke poverty ; her bluck dregs was too I thin for the bitter winter's day, nnd bora traces I of careful mending; her liltle shoes were I Tabbed and wliita ; tier big, black eyes loaktd I almost loo largfl for her (hin U--e, which was I framed b) nmues'of rick golden hair, just of I that tint which gleams in tlia sunshine ; her I white arme were visible through Ibe hanging I , sleeves of her dress ; her hands showed no j trace of toil — pure whit* hands, strong and a I tri...

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Mary's Little Lamb. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Mary's Little Lamb. English : ' Mary had a liltle lamb, It* fierce as white as snow, And everywhere that Mary went The lamb was snre to go.' Fhemcii : ' La petite Marie had Ja jeome mnttoDg, 2See vool vas blanche as ze snow ; And everywhere la liellu Mary vent La jLMine omttong vas snre to go.' Chinese : ' Wnn gal name Mall hud lambee Fleerc all same whitce snow ; Evely plaoc Moll gal wulkeu Bu-liu liopnce long loo.' Dutch : ' l).»t Mnry haf eot cin Hddlc eliaf, Mil linir sliujt like suuie vonl ; ??- And all aVr jilnee dat gal did vent ?? Dil Bhaf go liko en fail.' InisH : '-Begorra, Mary hud a little shape, And IIih w»»l wn.s trliitecnmpJately ; And whiiiiver Mary would stir ber stumps That yonng sheep woald follow so sedately^'

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Outwitting as Exciseman. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Outwitting aa Exciseman. An old woman in Orkney was noted for selling whisky on the bIt. Her house was a few miles from the town, and excise officers bad tried in vain to get her convicted. So many attempts had fuiled that they bad given up the task as jnipossible. A vnnnn AffinoC ITiiq dtiiim tit on tn tlm *tlAfta- who said, on being tulil about ber, that he wonld soon secure her ton vie! ion. Early one inurning be Jrft town and arrived at tbe old woman's lumfp at 7 o'clock. Walking in, he saw no one, but noticing a bell on tho table be rang it. The old woman appeared. He asked her for a glass of milk, which wat set down before him. After a little while be rang again, and the old woman appeared. Ho asked hrr if she had any whisky. '? Ay. sir,' said she, ' we aye her some iu the bottle,' setting it down before htm. He-thanked her and laid down a sovereign, which she tnnk, aud walked out. After helping hinmif he rang again foi his change. 'Change, sir I' said the old woman. 'There is...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Return Thanks. MR. JAMES PULHAM, Wedderburn, desires to return his sincere thanks to his many friends for their kind sympathy, condo- lences and floral tributes in his recent sad bereavement.

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Campbelltown Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. BEFORE Messrs. P. B. Hurley, D. H. Barker, W. B. Caldwell, and T. C. Burnell, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1898

Campbelltown Police Court Court Tuesday, February 8 BEFORE Messrs. P. B. Hurley, D, H. Barker, W. B. Caldwell, and T. C. Burnell, Js.P. Daniel Dwyer, Patrick Meredith, Michael Daly, Daniel Daly, and Alfred Brown were brought up charged with having been found in the enclosed garden of William Gee for an unlawful purpose. Sergt. Saunders withdrew the case against the accused Brown. and used him as a Crown witness. The four other accused, with the exception of Meredith, pleaded not guilty, Meredith entering a plea of guilty. Evidence was given by William Gee in effect that in consequence of depredations having of late been; made upon, his garden he   complained to the police, with the   result that certain arrangements were made. At about 1.45 on the morning, ing of the 8th- inst., he called in   Constable Auckett, and they decided to lay in wait,, witness being   armed with a gum. About a quar ter of an hour later, five men, scramble...

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Which Glass? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Which Glass ? ?A cLEtiovHAN who was very particular. about his personal appemanco went to preach in n country parish. Finding there was no glass in the vestry, and fearing his hair might not bo qnito as smooth us it should he, he asked the ?clerk if he would gut him a glass.. '~- The mao was gone some minutes, but at lengin returned anu produced a parcel very mysteriously fiom under hie arm. To the astonishment of the clergyman, when it was opened it contained a bottle of whisky tend water and a tumbler. ' You rbnstti't let on about it, mister,' said tho clerk. ' fur I got it as a great favor, and I shouldn't ha' got it at all. bcin' church hours, if I hadn't 'a said it was for ym '.' if

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Drying Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Drying Off. A noktheen dairy farmer says : — ' I have oftfiri found great difficulty In ?' drying off,' 'inflammation sotiing in, and tlie milk vessels Jiaving to be bathed twice a day with hot water. A quarter is often lost in the too oager at tempt to dry off a good milker too soon, yet one is nntnrall; anxious to give her a chatice to get into condition for the sake of the calf. Of course I am not .referring to places where cows are fed, and porliaps housed, but to where, as ia my case, a large herd depend on tho natural grasses, and Iind to be turned ont of even eaten down home paddocks to recruit be fore calving. A small herd of good cows, where food is grown for them, would have s gond clianue, and I think it is only under these conditions the best results of both milk yield and progeny can be attained.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

HfiWM a stalwart, qniet young fellow, with' an anxious look in his eyes, and wasobviopsly bard up. He looked up at the men working on the building and envied them. Presently the boss noticed him, and .came up. ' Do yon want a job. ybhhg'feito w f ' - Tiiat I do J' be ?aid, eagerjy; ' A bricklayer ?' inquired tbe boas. . «»Tes--when I have the chance.' 'Well, you may go on the wail next week. What's your name ? Ill make a note of it.' Ha told him. Tbe boss started and turned hfi itad;for a few mooientB. TJieh h«r««i«l, ''S&nr.eans* on now.jny boy.' Tb,e,boss had found, his son, *hoth he had deserted, with his tubther, ia New Zealand nearly twenty years ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Odod 5'ood-^Crooil JKjestiott-QiMd, QhMr. ?' Alortl ebarwtter is loentea^B toe ?tomacb, '*aya iieoentfriter SeiS4'ro-^'buttbereUa*b-de: «t truth iii\e idea ietjiroj»a out Napolem waa' ?ften wIUIdJIo tmat otKer. to look alter the arms' and aromODl&mvf 'his arta3-b, but the o iaaAanaty °»T^«Mi»a^*jlHrr.»|ed,he^ Hor Ttat'iVhf We are net a&rprised to' flodjUr Wil liam Jsnet sayuK that at a certain time te was in a low*nd desponding state of mind. ; He givee the reason hiibself in thrne words. 'I waa we k,' AnS -why waahe weak't ' He explains that, too. 'I vu always strong and healthy,' his «aya, 'up to January, 189?. , Then I had « aewre attack of, influenza, fallowed by congestion ol the lungs. Alter this X never gat up ay Rtrengtb, and I w«* low, weak, and daspnndiug. Ihad'abad tuateln the mouth, my appetite \\s» poor, and «vcry morsel of food I took give meintenjepsinatmy chest After every meal I was sick, vomiting a green filthy fluid, which waa oftt-n mixed with blo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

A LIFE TIME INDIGESTION. Absolutely Incapacitated for Business WAS SCEPTICAL. .... . and had no faith in any Medicines bnt what doctors 'prescribed, when ; ? his friend ' worried him, he threw ?' prejudice aside, took ' 'XfTR.l. T. *WitfiE8r, Anjjii-street. Adelaide, ?**?? .South Australia, ferities on January '6th, 1887 :— I cannot Jonger .withhold my testi mony as to the efficacy of Clements Tooic. From early' ru&nbood until thy present age, which' ii 41, I-tiJ8ered T«ry seriously frohi in digestion. wbich^Bianifested itielt io various form*— floBftMitdrowBmosa, lasting and split ting ' tteadacheB, . which frequently -absolutely revealed ma from attending to p»y business, bad not the slightest faith in any^nedicines, except those prescribed by the leading ductors, and consequently spent a large portion of my inoome, in professional advice and chemists' drags withnnt permanent benefit. About sis months, since, when on a holiday; oompellled bj my old enemy, indigestion, a fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

r,t ? ??? .-? ? ' ? ii ' ' t V\T ANTED,— By Gent., Board & Lodging, M with respjBctable family, .with rise of -. sitting room ; int-r near, moin- street, Camp- , bclltoffn ; no other boarders. - State terras- . - moderato) to — H.H., Post Office, Camden.

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A Vexed Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

A V«xe4 (Qhwfltion. The principal topic of conversation during the past week tas been the imprisonment of four, young ,te^. lows; by tthe'Oampbellt6V3Ei Bgnch^ on' 'jj? ^barge fuUy ifleti-ou^ In^ flup readers are aware,71afe« lads were sentenced to a month's gaol on a charge of *^teLdig-Miii^;im enclosed garden lor an unlawful' jturpose^ (presumably with the intention- of carrying off fruit). The fientenoe , on the four accused, as we have said, has proved an all-absorbing topic of oonveraation, and . has pretty well overshadowed every thing else. There are many who' sympathise. with them (although it ~ is admitted that the offence of which they were guilty is a'kind of thing whioh should bev put down), and the general opinion seems to be that the sentence was .unduly severe? With a view to a redac tion 6t the term, '-!&.? -3. \3j ^a-Si more, solicitor, on Thursday last, applied to the court for leave to appeal against the decision of the magistrates. Mttssrs. F. B. Hur ley,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

-^iHBBK*SONg(EUeiLYPTI^XTEA' T— Under ihedistingulihedvpatroDaft or His Uajettv 18?8. ^£$rairwji)3 Slfiibiha^t'-thB-'AinfltQidanvfixh.i** ^dCalvenflfM-aU over/the Qlobe. :: ' ; ? %-*' ifiariket^ rotfroGMi-bf 'felBipifi 5u#$ma~tionf Ibttnimj thide *e«&ou» 'iHs1: ' 'In ofiler ijiit $e»e crude oifi may tiot bfi ttken. for -6ur' jiure VoliUle Eucalypti Extract, whiohai;TeobgnUea by theilledical Divi sion of the Fiiuitiu Government to be of pattectly pure origin, »« s-er -information forwarded to us througa the ConsuVat Melbourne, March 2, 187B, we state:— ? —.-.--? It it proved byteita made by the Medical Clinics ofthfeUoivenittaof Bonn and Griehwald (Prus sia), and -reported- to' by Dr. Sohlute, Professor of Fharmacolo;; at Bonn, and Proteawr Dr. Uossiei, Director of the Medical Clinoi at Griefewald, that only products ihit are saturated with oxygen and freed of acids, resinous and other substances adher ? ent to Primary- distillation, will develop the sana tive qualities prope...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

PENNT-POSTAQE AREA, The perjny postage area embraces the foUowint toirns :— Appin, Bringclly, Brownlox- Hill, Can- - den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckeriley, GleaJMld, Oreendale, Holdeworthy, Hoxton Fark, Inglebuni, Lnddenhsm, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Karelian, The Oaks, Pioton, Prastoni, Thirlmtre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Oat aide these distances tbe postage is 2d half ounoe. W. Wood, FoshnMter.

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The Weather. A VIOLENT STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

inn Woatiwr. ^A VIOLENT StOBM. th«)«g?ithenight.-'-»-)n^Undt»y4hB^ day advanced, blew in fearful gmte and with hurricane force/ 'On Sun day night it gained ih velocity, and caused much damage. The gardens - suffered severely,, and the result to orohardists must be disastrous. All over the district large trees were,; uprooted, fences blown down, and roofs of buildings damaged. Tha,, rain on Sunday was incessant, and few people were seen out. The congregations at. morning services were very small, and the weather was so bad in the evening that the churches were closed-' The resi- ? dents of the Oamden district had a ;severe time* as will be seen by .±he particulars luijlfshedeleewhereVaricr^ the Menangle people also suffered. The rain came down' with such force that on Monday morning the country between Menangle and Grlenlee was practically one sheet of water. The Chinamen's gardens in the neighborhood were inun dated, and the occupants were com pelled to lie in the water with pro duc...

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In a Hopeless Minority. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

In a Hopeless Minority. A young soldier, half tipsy, rolled into an evangelistic meeting in a town not far from Glasgow one evening. He took his seat, aud was toon in the arms of Morpheus. Shortly afterwards the preacher rose, and, after a short, lecture, said to the congregation : ' Will all who want to go to heaven, please rise.' All present stood up, except our military; friend ; but as the audience sat down, tbjfc movement invoke him, and just then the preacher asked : 1: Now, I WHut all of you who want to go to hell, to stand up.' The soldier struggled a little, then got up, and, steadying himself agaiusl the seat, cried1 ont : ' Well, preacher, I don't know exactly what we are voting on, but yon and 1 seem to bu in a hopeless minority.' . : First tramp : ' Why did yon throw away that newspaper ho spitefully, Bill ?' Second framp : ' Because 1 just came across an article on diet, headed, ? We eat too much.'' Visitor (in penitentiary) — ' What brought you to this place, my frien...

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Market Report. SOUTH [?] AND WEST DAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. Sydney, February 14, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

i /'MKj^S*SBftt- ^ [?] j^^^Sen aiMhiM cued, «|« to Od Bioon,te**i»»y and tottgh, 6Jd , ? Hunt, bmthmi-cxttti, Sid to 9& HtlH.mMtihM cured, fid. Mill .. im,-*w»u~ ~' ? '?? . Oh»«»i,fliitquillty,4idto«id Honey, *d to 2,d ; CaU-tktt*, each, 94 to :2s Oil Flour, first quality, pet toa, 4IS 0* Id to £13 lOt ? Flour, ieconi quilay.'Siajh Mslse, pit bushel, new, Js^OH to S* 2d : . Vli»«t,W.«diii*fttdv;^-:v:-Vv-, -r '. ? ? . ' Cbaff, p*r-nr £t 6s iM -«?** -tti.M^p, .„ ' ? ? „ .-B»pj SsMto&M'-r^rjS? .??.' -? »y« grau aJfsd, p t fcusfc, 6« 0d ta&fM Cwksloot feu* jed, per bwh., »»*- St 6d Brw.SJMp . ?- '-?:- '..-. ?,-'... '?. -. PoUud, ftl to D}d ND«lt,*tcd,8iSdto9ilOd ' ? - Oats, feed, 2s id te St 84 Onions, per ton, £5 18* Od \a&B 6. Od. Meiddw H»y, « S. ? ^^ Fotolo«;f7iOiOdto£8abiOd ' Fowli, ser iWb, U tid to 3* 01 Ou«ks,ls6dte2s6a Vi , . . ?, Ceett, M9& (? it Od ?': ??' ' TurkkTs, flt Cd to l2»0d *- *? '??'?? Bm, par down, I Id to 13d Da&y sa...

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