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

Every Wednesday I go to Sydney. I can buy any srtiola yon require. My agencies represent everything but ' money and dyna mite.' — D. Bigelsford, Campbelltown.* Twenty-seven persons were dealt with at the Liverpool Police Oonrt last Thursday for not having registered their dogs. , -

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tipsy Politeness. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Tipsy Politenws. An inebriate was coming along an avenue of trees by moonlight, and stumbled against onfe1 of them. Being polite, though drunk, he raised' his hat and stumbled against another tree.' begged pardon, muttered something about his own side of the road, which he couldn't keep, and staggered forward. Then he stumbled against another tree, and apologised again. 'This won't do,' he murmured, ' too many1 people coining this way. I will just sit down till the procession lias passed by.'

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND:—ST. PERTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

: CHURCH SERVICES. Chcmh or England.- St. Pbtkrs. Bunday services: Morning «t U, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Communion : Fint Sand*? in the month at morning service ; 3rd Sui.dav, 7.*B ?.«'., exoeut in rte months of June, July, and August. On festivals, M -announced. .'? .' ' Wednesday: Sertiee at 7 SO p.m. ; choir practice stfip.m. t ridiy i Short eerrice at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clara. Dehham CouH and li.glebu.n servioes on Sundays alternately morning and afternoon aa usual until tbe new churota is opened. See local lUts. Sir. T. T. Alitbt.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

SritaTjIlity, LaBBUmdo, Sevtte H«4 ' aches, Biliousness* THE BESUIiTS Of A DISORDERED ? . LIVBE. DISPELLED BY DR. WILLIAM8' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. (From the North Shore Times.) ' I was never sick ia my life till I had a severe attack of influenza.' So remarked Mr. John Hilton, of 28 Victoria-street, North Sydney, to a reporter, of the North Shore Times, and, continued he, ' that began my .troubles. It left me with a disordered livrr, and I goffered from a series of acute attacks of biliousness; in fact, I was never quite fiee from them. I always felt hilionsness. The attack used to commenee with a violent headache between the eyes ; this was followed .by a feeling of heari oess in both head and limbs, and a strong jdis indination to move. I conld -not . face tne light, and was forced to go into my bndrooru and pull down the blinds and lie on the bed. At such times tba slightest sound, woold mske me irritable and angry. I got very low as the attack progressed, and the very thoug...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

RoUAN CATHOLIC ChOBOK. Sunday: Fiist Hiii, 8.30 a.m.. i Moond Mau, 11 a.m. ; Vwpen. ete., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Oblifation : Man, 9 a.m. ; erening devotion, 7.30. Christmas Day— At 7, 9, and II a.m. Ret. J. Dunns.

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Lette V «h* Sditor. StE,--The-th&oks of all ;Js(v-«biding people are due to the police ifor capturing a batch of tbe frnit-Bt*alers-ana night-prowlers that have been infesting CampbeTltown *nfl dlstriot »f late, Mi ar«o tucthe magistrates forimposinf' « : teoteoee of : ;ods inonUi'j impriwnmei)^. and not allow themselves to ibeiiDflnerkea by the Wawkisil a^ntirpentalismfliat »?« woWd be hard on the poor fathers and mothers'*— ' that they were only doing what -others' liafl done before,'1 und such like. There are many who always sympathise with the relatives and friends instead of with those who are thereat sufferers, whose properly' ha) been stolen, 'in jured) or. destroyed. ' Parents should be made know that if thvir ohildren join blackguard gangs, and go about robbing gardens or doing atber larrikin acts, they are entitled to no aore consideration than any others in the push, no matter how good and respectable the family may be that they -belong to : it-should rather be an...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

WE ARE THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF iSi^iP&p^Hf^ PIANOS, j ORGANS! and aU kinds or Musical^ Instruments IN AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we can give our Customers ,§«(& .goad, value, at least-;. ' 20 per cent, less than othel- Houses. 'We guarantee ' all our Instruments and exchange free of cost' if' Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is -valuable. We have the largest and bes'. selected stock of high-class goods: If you send your order by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally present to select Catalogues sent post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., IT TAKES MORE : THAN HALF AN EYE to detect the schemes; — , of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolf *'9 $cbr?apps ON YOU. rhe Oampbelltown Herald. Subscription, 4s per annum in Ad vance. ?...

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

.. Dr. J. F. ELLIOTT, M.A., PL C, ; :- , ; of the weU-known flrm of Elliott ^'jfew^^jyOonrjell St., Sydney, furnishes ! '? ? ; ; the Kirvana Oo. with the fatl^nS'^u^UeOertifioate :— ; | I 'ThlslsiooertlJythatl have«iamlnedBeVet»1»aBple(io« \ ', ., ' ? ji/^Z^^^^*^^ CBYLO1H' ! i i 'taken from stock. I am satlslad that tt is an unusually flno, pure Ctjlon Tea, consisting of - ? | I 'young leaves. It hu a very bagntnt aroma, is rioh in axtnutive, and oontains but UtUa [ , , ?'ttnnln or ajtrinront matter. Owing to its being- packed in lead at Colombo its' ireshnesB is - I '. 'fr«ferT«d,aBditi-apleuttntar«(»Bimeiidiiiphahigli-olaniM. \ ' !; '(Signed) J. F. ELLIOTT, K.&., Fh. D.' ', ', '? ?? The Kirvana Tea Co. whioh puts up Its Tea in 4ead fn the Country ? ?) ; in which it Is grown, in order that it may reaoh the publlo in the original ! ' | packets, has appointed as Ctsiooal agent— :- ? . '. ? i ] ' ,j fc ! '. ? . . . . -.'.i ? - ? . ?' : $£t Dobell Brothers, Camden. : *? ' ! '' ...

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Honesty the Best Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Honesty the Best Policy. Not long ago an honest merchant was negoti ating with an insurance company with regard to effecting an insurance on a vessel overdue. Before the policy was delivered the merchant heard of the vessel's lost, and wrote at once to the insurance company thus : ' Sir, — If yon have uot yet made out the policy you nerd not, for Ihaveheardof theship.' ' Oh !' said the manager, who discovered that the policy had not been signed, hut imme diately proceeded to have it executed and sent off, ' the fellow wants to do us out of the pre mium.' So he wrote to the merchant: ' Yon are too late by half-an-bour. Your policy has been posted to you.' When the claim was made the company had to pay, as to have refused wonld have brought out the real facts.

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

Bile Beans. WHAT ARE THEY FOR 1 BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION, &c. WHAT DO THEY COST? WHY, ONLY 9^d. PER BOX. A CURE FOR 9£d. The modern science of medicine tends to con centration. Bile Beans for Biliousness contain in a condensed form ingredients that will prove M. i^nouu -opaolGo for M dlgcsUvo trouble?. The bile is- one of the. most important factors in the process of digestion, and defective bile secrotiou causes a number of very serious ail ments, such as constipation, piles, diarrhoea, liver trouble, indigestion, headache, etc. A healthy liver secretes sufficient bile, but when the liver's action becomes impaired distressing symptoms follow. These distressing symptoms Bile BeanB cure, not by relieving the effect, but by getting to the fountain head — the liver. Bile Beans are made at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and have been used throughout that country for years by the beet physicians. A trial means a friend for us. Obtainable at all Chemists, price 9^d and Is 1M...

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"Shoot the Lot!" [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

' Shoot the Lot!' Saxony, AngnetHs III. made a tour of tin country, during which he was regularly bom barded with petitions from the peasantry, in which they minutely recounted all they had to suffer, from the depredations of ground game, One day, when out shooting in the neighbour hood of the capital, a peasant drew uear and handed to him a paper. The King merely glanced at the title, written in large characters, and curtly replied : ' Shoot the lot !' At these words the peasant turned as pale as a corpse, and, with the cry, ' Merciful heavens !' sank to the ground. - -One of the lords-iti-waiting asked the Prince Elector, in French, to be good enough to read the petition again, ' for there was evidently a misunderstanding. It turned ont that the peasant had come to ask the Elector to stand sponsor to twins !

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

? .'„ ? ?' ? Jt__ ? ' SULKIES AS SHOWN, ISninn, metis 4tt. *? ? fll In V& n. IHLLIEn, Vehicles and Saddlerv. VVI \\ JF% IS5 nndMT SUSSEX 8TaKBT,.BTBNBTr. , ^- f \ Jr £ TiatoLE ntrrosv : iuuxodbii* inckn, oonoou). ™*™'^O»«*^^ »*' ODD BSTABLIBBBD, BELIiBLB. SEND FOE CATALOGUE. ij BAiJiM.ESforlAdiMiinilOOTHsmen. ThenniMH. HUMBR is to be seen on neadr aU«ood uASi&L WING ON JANG & df., U CAMPBELL-ST., HAYMARKET, SYDNEY, 1 J 'Wholesale Fruit & Tea Merchants, 6-eneral {tommjf lion Agents, Importers, and Exporters. '1 f ' -^— ? : ? ' ;'P i ? ' Preserved Gingers, China Fruit, Nut Oil, Bice, and all kinds of if pain Stock. — All orders will receive prompt attention. 1 1- Agent for Sydney Meat Preserving Co.'s Fertilizer, also Blood and Bone dust ManiijS *'' ^AU^rdetgJo -be^aocompanied by postal apte or :P^O.Q^ ^ Jjjl3|; '?. Before purchasing any other \ BB^BBBBsgBillftiaiHg ^J / ] oxBroKcisccMRorufcfoar \ J^M»gHBB^S^^^gr* ^t / storekeeper to get you one _. \ ^3...

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Wise and Otherwise. TEARS are sorrow's diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. tea.es are Borrows diamonds. Every smile chases a wrinkle away. A little woman may be a large sized devil. Better to lead time than to be driven by it. ;. A flower grows wherever a kind word is spoken. No sympathy is felt for the man who is a fool twice. A baby is a blossom on which there are few thorns. -That culture which does nbt reach the heart is a failure. , ? __^.' ? -?'? -**?*? -~£ A man who is crooked usually follows his own bent. -5urved is the line of beauty, straight is the line of \finfy. Death has nothing terrible in it but what life has made so. Lantern-jawed people can't al ways throw light on a subject. ? 'The promising young man,' 'says Peter, ' is always in debt.' Speak well of j£cnir j^aend, of i your jsioixaK^^MfiiweU nor HL I : '?'? ' ; ~*' ? ^Wtea^i^sip 'beat the drum of the ear the tongue tells the tune. Exactness in little duties is a wonderful source of cheerfulness. . 'Why is Joye like aanapof the world ? Because it embraces a good deal...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Postal ZaftimatioB. . Mails are despatched from Oampbeiltown u under :— Sydney and North, 8.45 a.m., S p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 0 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and (.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Karelian, same limes* Oamden. Mioto, 8.45 a.m., 8and»y« exceptei. Ingtebum, 8 46 a.m., Sundays ezoepted. GraoTille, $ p.m. and 9 p.m.! Sundays exeeptud. ' LiTerpool, 9 p.m., SatiriUys eioeptid: Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and friday, II a.m. ??? ,o , .' Picton, 6.80 p.m.',* Satntdays 6.30 p.m., Sunday* exoepted, ..,' Douglas Park, same time as Ficion. Menangle, 10 a.m., Spodays exoepled. Api'in, t p.m., Saturdays S.38 a.m., Sundays «S. cepted.

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Services: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

~ )^ir7^slBfc^ticai .;':;' eviNaY.cA^BBi.LTowjr train - ?. -8EEVK3K. ' . . .;, .,M\ W»ik-d*y8er»ioos ','?'?? ?L««ve8jdrt^y-. :: Arnvf GRtewo. t B.J8 ?«**-? 6.50 8-28 |A00 9*9 11.30 1.00%.m. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9.0&».w. 1.55 p.m. 3.16 p.m. 2.28 8.28 * 6.10 7.17 Leave Clown. Arrive Sydney. * 4.43 ».tn. 6.00 ».m. 7.S5 - 8.46 8.40 955 9.15 iO.48p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 8.88 ? 4.46 4.00 ?' 5;44 8.88 10.12 ? Dunaey oertiue . Leave Sydee/- . Arriw C'towB. 9,40 a.m. 11.05 «.«. l.O0p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 ' 7.15 9.00 9.59 9,30 11-01 Leave C'tovm. Arrive Sydney, 4.43 a.m. C10 a.m. 7.35 9.14 12.30 p.m. 2,05 p.m. 5.10 6.42 8.30 W.05 (? Saturday « «cepted. ? Mondays ezespted. CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leate C'town. Arr. Oamdcn. 7.35 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.15 . . 9-50 10.55 . ? 11-85. t 358 p.m. ' 4A8 p.m. * 650 3M ' Le»re Oemden. . Amrefftom. , I 6.50 a.m. ,. 7.80 a.m. ' 8.25 9.05 10.05 10.46 2.50 p.m. 8.30 p.m. t 5.50 6.80 J 7.50 8.80 t Sat'daysonly. ? 6at'days«»»p*d. |:3fon. days o...

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A Waste of Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

A Waste of Money. A Parliamentary candidate was being ' heckled' in a Scotch village. An old man stood up and asked if it was true that Scot land got £10,000 for an education grant and £50,000 for the maintenance of the volun teers. The candidate said it was ; to wbic' the old fellow reDlied : 'Kb, mon. it's sometbin' awfu' that tire Government should waste £40,000 tryin' -b put brains iu, and then squander £10,0.00 tnair tryin' to blaw brains oot 1 It's a gey quce|r world we live in .'' ' «? ' ,

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

R^r. WrsKge's forecast shows that unsettled wfattfer and rain will continue in this colony.'

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Good Manure. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Good Maaure. Nitrate of Boda as manure has given gQpdjre salts at Benalla (Vio.). A resident of tnst dis trict obtained a quantity of nitrate of eoda from the Agricultural Department some .time ago, aud has since been experimenting there with. Iu every case phenomenal results have been obtained. On soil where poor crops have hitherto been obtained, oats nearly 7ft. .high have been produced, whilst lucerne has attained a height of 6 ft.

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Paflsiag Notes. Rbpobts are rife cencerning a forthcoming cridket match to be indulged in locally, where in 22 common people will essay to play 11 real cricketers. I would, on uo account, miss an opportunity of witnessing such a display. It promifss to be the best thing seen' in cricket forjiany days. From every knot of towns men' in the street, one bears orations and ar guckenU on cricket. There are arise, from most nnexpeoted quarters, cricketers of days gbnt by, whe could, and in the good old days, have played anything from a ' Ranji' to an alderman, or who could bowl ' leg breaks' for a whole fortnight, or break legs either, if necessary.:, men who have saved their teams from disgrace in many a hard-fought fight, but are so 'dreadfully out of form now,' There is mnch sly -practising going on in back :yar&s aad down quiet lanes, where one hears the fat tie of kerosene tins (used as wickets) and the thud against paling fences, good sub stitutes for Kelly's and Storer's. Ev...

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How to Defend Yourself. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

How to Defend Yourself. ' HAVB'you ever studied the art of selfde fence !' said a young fellow to a man of mag nificent physique and noble bearing. The elder man looked at bis questioner with a quiet smile, aDd then answered : ' Yes ; I bnve both studied it and practised it.' ? ' ' Ah ?' said the other eagerly ; ' whose, system did you adopt.?' ' Solomon's,' was the reply ; ' and as I have been in training B.ime time on his prim ciples, I can confidently recommend his sys tem.' Somewhat abashed, the youth stammered out : ' ' Solomon's ! aud what is the special; point of his system of training 1' ., 'Briefly this,' said the other. ''Asofi, answsr turneth away wrath.1 ' ;

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