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What's to Hinder It. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

What's to Hinder It. An Irishman who thought he most conform to the fashionable mania of paying a visit to the Falls of Niagara, arrived at the falls, and ou taking a look at the surrounding wonders, ad dressed himself to a gentleman thus : ?? And is this Niagara Falls V ' Yes,' was the reply. '? And what is there to make such a bother about ?' asked Pat. 'Why,' said the gentleman, 'do you not see that mighty river, the deep abyss, the great sheet of water pouring down ?' Pat looked at the water, and replied, hesi tatingly, -' And what's to hinder it ?' ?

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

Baaji's Pat Peculiarity. An great men have some peculiarity that' make them different to most people. The Prince's principal peculiarity is that be takes excellent care of his health. Bile Beans for Biliousness will help you to take good care of your health. They are the par excellence of modieine, used fur years by tbe best physi cians in America. They are made at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and are sold throughout the world. They come te Australia, .with a reputation of success with the -business nan, the mechanic, and capitalist there. Bile Beans are nature's remedy, and as the price is only 9Jd, they are within the reach of all, behce their popularity. Bile Beans fof Biliousness will be found usefnl ia the follow ing ailments :— Constipation, Headache, Liver and Stossach Tronble, such as Indigestion, Fulness after Eating, Ernptions of Gas, Heart Palpitation, Dizziness, Buzzing in the Head, Sallow Complexion, 4c. They are also a oure for Piles, Diarrhoaa, Female Ail ments, &am...

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Inglebum School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

[?] .; . . . - ; _ ? - - - — .'-?? .^?l'^!%, - ? Th« annual, meeting «f tliH Ingleburn' School of Arts Was held on Monday ev»uiu«, 81st ultime. The report and balance-sheet for the year 1897 were read and adopted. Au increate of xevenmembers^luring the year was recorded,' and, on the wnole, satisfactory progress was made. The reading room was opened daring the vear on the evenings of Monday and Thursday,, in each week, when members were able to obtain books from the library. 'The yearly subscriptions, owing to the succession of bad seasons, had been reduced by one-half. The. committee of management bas lately made an addition to the library by purchasing 108 volumes, tbe cream of English literature. Other improvements to the. library will also b( made daring tke year. The balance at the; end of December, 1897; was £9 6s lid, alter paying all liabilities. The following officers were appointed for the current year, viz/;— PresidBntn WrrWtKdcwik. Vice-presidents : Messrs. D. H. Warby a...

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Destructive Flood at Camden. MANY RESIDENTS TEMPORARILY HOMELESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

;, DHtroottw Flood at Owadea. wUsTr Smidbbh TwcpofciBtor Sokblms. %x* o^Satnrday *iiglit a3iSa|5r'^JBJl-|aislter1y: | pt*Og up, and towards tnidoight rain began ifofall^ ijfhiob continued. all flight and sll'day 4d Sond«y, aocorodsjjiea yitlilheayy gus^s of ; find. Wtn one in paojdeo held tbe eligtfyest j ssr of - food. DnHrig the early houfs o! : lonrJay mornibg, however, -a peonliar sgpud ? as heard, followed by a sudden rush of water from the higher reaches of tbe river, where t*»vy ram must have fallen prior to reaching CstndeD, Residents were awakened by the heavy rath,, together with the terrific wind, and j Onnd to their amaspment that tbe fiats were 1 eing covered with flood waters from the upper ieifihes'of the river. So early as 8. o'olook on i londay morning the flats were absolutely invered.' Tbe resideata were looking alter I heir csjttle. but did not anticipat* that the * raters -»ould extend. At 4 a.m. the danger I lecame, manifest, and people on the outskirts i f the...

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

Crioket. Ok Saturday last, Carapbulltown and Piaton teams played a drawn game on the tatter's wicket. The homo team pat together 151 runs, and the visitors replied' with 122 for the loss of eight wickets, when the stumps were drawn. Scores : — Campbelltown. ? J. H. Payten. b Carter ? 30 A. G. Payten, b Wilkinson ? 26 J. H. Sullivan, l.b.w., b Ra} ? 22 F. Cliasold, b Bay ? 27 D. Rigplsford, o and b Ray ? 12 A. E. Fowler, c Perks, b M'Innes 18 J. E. Daviet, st. Smith, b M'Innes 0 T. J. Lees, st. Smith, b M'Inues ... 0 G. Sullivan, run out ? 8 A. Forbes, e Griffiths, b M-Innes... 1 not out ? 0 Sundries ? 7 ....'-... 151 .. , ?IOTOK. ., . - Mlnnes, c A. Payten, b G. Sullivan 0 D. Ray, b G. Sullivan ? 1 H. Burgps*, c Lees, b Fowler ? 18 A. S. Perks, b Fowler .; ? , 17 S. Wilkinson, not out ? 50 F. Skellett, c A. Payten, b Fowler 0 E. Garter, b G. Sullivan ? 6 W. Griffiths, b G. Sullivan ? 5 W. Perry, c Davies, b G. Sullivan 8 W. Wilkinson, not out ? 9 Sundries ? 9 Total for 8 wickets ? 1...

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

WtBLKTAN CUUSCH. Net reoeived. Sunday School at 10.30 a.m. Pictom Pabish.— Roman Catholic. Feb. 20-Applo at 9, llenangle 11.30 Her. V. A. Harnett. The Campl)elltowii Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPOBATBD TUB CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. - WEDNESDAY. FEB UARY 16. 1898.

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

PftESBTTBJtUB CBORCH. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum merm6niluat7.S0. Sunday icboolat 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a:m. — Keligious in.tructiun, public school.'. ; , - : : Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice. ' ?. ? ' ? ' ' Tbe Minister may t» mm m tbe Uu» on lUiUr -.- ,. H*v. D. Moors, B.A. K«v. K. Btiel, M.A. (in charge).

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A Lucky Miner. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

A liatikp Miner. A Nebrwvbdah miner trholiad been working' his claim fora'long time, and eanie niontlisago offered it .in _ vain to anyone wljo would give him 10s a *eek U- work il, bad tits good for tune recently to strike Up-top stone, and in tbe vein tie Came across a slag of gold and wiartz wJiicli yielded him 27lo£ ofpitre cold

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

O^i»aito^v|^oipia Oftwioll. : ;;-.:^wwi^lB!Mtoi»jsr.'ia^ |v-^ PJ.-M1TT j ?? Ald.rmen 5-i% Barker {Major)/ Tie* Gamble, N. DoyU, A. E. Fowler, Jas, Lyinoh, W; Graham, aud W. Cunnnins. : ? '? The m'tonlvnnt thepreyi(j/a^,Ta(miog »ere From Mrs. : W. W. Lees, askinjj for per mission to erect awning over 'toother ;in front of her premises siineted at tbe corner of Queen and Dumareooue street*. Recpived, and permission grant«3, on the notion of Alderuien Lynch *ud Gamble, ;: _ An account far advertising and priutiog was also received, and, on the motion of Aid. Graham and LyDoh, was rt-forred to tin finance committee for payment. From the Water and Sewerage JBuard, re new assessment on Messrs, T. H. ReeveB and Oo.'a property. : Received, on the motion of Aid. Gamble aud Cummins. ' From Mossrs. T. H. Ri'tves and Oo., ask ing council's terms for asphalting. . Received, and particulars to be supplied. From tbe Govt. Statistician, asking for in formation re the old Market Square, whether same...

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Bensyclance Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Seswdnef J&nrasdil. A BEwayobENX elderly centiemaB, wtUng f)a ciflly loanAojwJcaDtrjmosr, w*s wduewt u- enter- into C0Dveraal)»n -»itb ttm^wAQnoan ebsrjiers After* gw)d n^»l of talk ^'d «ow« plansible Jiei, ibey ehoeefdfeii in pprnuadiag )hf kitTdtlimrtod «l»nger4o,.buy» draft ^tr £55 dotlaBai lot, which iie S^iiimm three 100 diil )arj|iule8, and ;*Bpjiived -{r--in tli»n- 45 .dollars in calb, gome miDutes. later Uie pair took tbeir-aepartare. On tbe first opportunity, the conductor of the tram, who had noticed tha- transaction, whispered sympathetically to the uld gentleman that he was afraid the draft was a fraud 'Well, well,' said the inno;enl old fellow, betmiog blandly through lirs spectaclea ' It can't bo helped, but if that draft is a bigger fraud than these three notes, then I am riol 46 dollars ahead, wl»ieb J, rather fauey I am.'

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Worth While. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

kmSil»tf t^Sts Wlieri everything goes d'ad wrong; ? C ., i ^UVfe «m»le ^li»t-Ji^ »prih M praifes of ' % the;B©ile tl)«t shines throug1i-toare« ft is easy enough tn be pradeqt ,: |, WJiat) ooiliinfe' tf inptB you to atrtty ; ' '^Vhwi without or witliio^o voice of sin ^ /\Te turning your 6-jol Jaway. ,; fiul it is only a negative sirlue -' Until it is tried by flrft, ' And tlll! We that is worth Ihe honor of earth '.. ' Is the oue that resists desire. 'By llin oynic. Uie «ad, ills-fallen ^...Wiio littd no *U-e-igtlt fof the strife, Ttoe world's highway is cumbered to-day ; ^HJiej make up-tVo item of Kfe. ... Bi-t tlie virtue that ooiiquert .passion, ?-: And the sorrow, that hides iu a smile, ' It la tfaeia that are Mrnrlh the homage of earth, For we find tliem l-nt once in a while. — 'EtLA Whbbleb Witoox.

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Wrecks on the Coast. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

'Wrecks on the Coast. Ddbimg the violent storm which raged on Sun day, three vessels were wrecked, fifteen lives being lost. The brig Amy became -a total wrack near BnJli, and the captain and jorew were drowned. While running for assistance, ?Mr. James Birch, jun., of Thirruul, became suddenly ill and died. The schooner Malcolm also foundered off the Balli jetty, and lh« crew are believed to have beto all IobI. ? Whenreatiing, a man usaslly gets through 400 words i minute. . ? Mr. T. 6ill, o! Ingloburii, applied for «nd was granted a hawker's license; at the Liver puol Police Court last week. : The *' Independence -Belg«' reports that a BelgfkB ageint at. «oma,JOongo Free State, has been'sentenced'to t-wo years' injprisonmetit for the ronrder of his black mistress in the Aru wimi district. He tied bis victim to a tree, smeared her with bonny and sugar, and lefthw to be attacked by bees. She died after three days' horrible torture.

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It Pays: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

[?] To keep our ideals and to believe ih it 'all: women are good and all men are honest! ? j To be loving and kind, because kindoeju and ' consideration are wonderful coals of fire to.heap on the heads of our enemies. ? ?, To-be contented, for what do we know about the onhappiness of other people. ? To he cheerful in bad weather and, good weather, for a cheerful heart mak»s -good weather even when there is no sunshine. To be made happy by little things, for the accumulation of them make* up the stini sod. substance of life. ' ' Not to be envious, for the velvet gown may cover a woman who woald gladly exchange, places with yon.

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FOR THE LOVE OF COLD. CHAPTER I.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

^TfWfett^OFOOLO. CHAPTER I.— Contimjbd. On leaving tbc jewellei's, Lena drove home in a cab. On reaching her room she rang the bell as she had net dared to ring it for many a day. Up oaiue Mrs. Smith, indignation on vveryliqe of her fao-% .which changed to amazement as Mrs. End well said, simply : 41 Your bill is ten pounds'' odd, I tbink. Here are three 6ve-poond notes. You can let me have the change io the morning.' V Mrs. Smith fairly beamed, and left the room overjoyed ; bat returned soon after with a letter in her hand. ' It came while you were ou', ma'am, and . my husband forgot all about it.' Mrs. Rod well started. The writing was her husband's. Not until sho was alone did she venture to break the seal ; then she road words which would ? have broken m«iy a woriianTKeart with sorrow and remorse, but which were powerless to give her a pang. Duke' Rodwell wrote very tenderly. He said, stung by her misery, he had at last ap plied to his family for assistance. His step father (Len...

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

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday : Horning at 1 1, evening at 7. Communion: Pint Honda} in the month at morn ing service. Monday: Bible class, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Services and choir practice, 7.46 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arodia at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at S p.m. Her. O. A. Rare*.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1898

Local and General The Water and Sewerage Board has decided to expand £320 in improving the water sup   ply at Liverpool. In our report of the opening of St. James' Church, which appeared last week, we omitted to give Mr. Steers, of Wedderburn, the credit of having painted and decorated the building. For the fortnight ended on Friday, 187 cases of typhoid fever were reported in the colony 257 cases of scarlet fever, and 53 cases of diphtheria. Of the typhoid cases, 16 proved fatal. The parties interested in an adjonrned Small Debts case were railed at the police conrt on Saturday, but as there was no appearance od either aide, the matter was (track ont. Messrs. H. Win$op and W. IJumminB, J«.P., were in attendances.       A shipment of 620 boxes of butter for the English market was taken away on Saturday by the R.M.S. Oceans, the shippers being :— J. Ireland, 620 boxes; South Coast and West Camden Co., 200 boxes ; and the Berrima Dis...

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Special Conversations by Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

fip»cial Ooaversatioaa ^ Telephone. A DisriKoriorwsrtl moTement i« heingnwdc with reipeot to .telephonic fdcilitiea 'fnjr .?orres- ^ondence hy wirei as the folluSrinfr iiflw wgula -lion, piihlished In the tioverrirnpnt GuB.'iti., will show. It may ^einpnliqned iKst riii- rpirnla tion will come into tpneiiffl jaai^lst ?: ' Ar T*n^en)ent8 vWill lw;:wiaafl:.OT *mili«ai;ofil^if «»jnse»r tfteiwire at.anO6jir|pnM!fji»rig,s,! «i»3f:*wo*-ffiMH, prnridMl tbat *neS «»n«-raa- tion h Dnb of top long dnration, or IIK^ly tn interfere with the regular traffic to *ny *ytenf. Stioh conversations, if held diirinR office hours, trill be charged for at the rate of U for i-ach word ; but after usual office hours Is per' It.mr or portion thereof and 2s for every jnbsequtnt honr will be charged in addition to the above rate. This arTanjrpjjnrnt can Iw.enly availed of between stations which are whiter tbf control «f the PostRl and , Telegraphic D--partmont, and dope not »pply-to those nnder'the Railway Dp ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

Ge^ Pood-Gwd Digestion— Oeod . \ ','Moral ch»r»cteTUlofeited !n the «tom»ch,' »»y» r « weal writer. He^«wMng;bwaerel»»4li»de .' ot,traih}ii.llieJcl.e»li«tl»ro*»OTV -f»poler)ti wai ?lien wiUtaKtotru»t-rth^:to ;tekmftfttl-*«fm» . ?bi«rom'unWonot fct««rijilM,yut*e« inniifiiiry ' - ' d^pkrtmfftV he 1ooW.»ftM Wtofeifi J 'i^'briiT^t ? ? ' ' ? ? . tow woii't fight utJe»«tKe3rr»ref«i,iie«9ia. Nor ? ; ' ITutVilif weare tootwiprtB^tjfinil.Mr, Wfl ' liam Jones saying th»t at a certain time he was in. ? a low and desponding itate of xnind. He«ives the - reason hlaueltin three words. 'Iwwoit' / And why wu he weak T He explains that, too. i 'I wu always atrong and healthy,' he jtyt, - / 'up to January, 1892. Then I had a severe attack «t Influesta, followed by 'congestion of the lung*. After this I never got up my strength, and I wat low, weak, and: desponding. I hud a bad Uste in the mouth,- my apj&tite «a- poor, arid every morsel of food I took gave me tntente pain at my chnst. After ev...

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The Recent Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

Tlie Recent Storm. Thk heavy gale which raged at the beginning of last week has been; followed by beautifully fine weather! This has had the effect of making thie grass 'spring wqnderf ufiy, and: from present appearances there .wilL' be abundant feed for the winter months. The damage done through out the district by the storm1 was enormous— in fact, it cannot be- welt estimated. Undoubtedly, the Cani den people are the greatest- suffer- ers. The flood there was most de structive, consequently tlie' loss- sustained has been great. When.' the flood waters had been earned off, much silt remained, an j the-: country affected was left in a piti able plight. A Government officer^ sent up from Sydney, has distribu ted blankets to those in need, and. afforded other assistance. At Men angle,- ; slm~ the s-full ^foree^ jof =^the= t= -i ? storm was felt. The country was flooded for miles, and a local, resi dent assures us. that sufficient wood was washed down to the railway bridge (and there '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

Eighty tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixon's for the past six months. Dixon'g Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixon'e Conqueror — the workman's tobacoG. Dixon's Sir Ro'ger'Twist.# TSHlOTICE.— After Barter i amMeaving this -L ' town for Borwood, in consequence of my not -being able to get permanent light work. Thanks to a few for kindnesses.— J. P. Walsh. GEYLON TEA I is specially selected by Experts from the very test leaf grown on the Houutain Estates in Ceylon, and is put up In lead in that Country/ in ? order that it may reaort the public in the original packets, pure, ? '.: ..- fragrant, and untampered with, .????? THE OTRVA&A TEA COMPANY has appointed as its Local Agent— ' ..''.? ; j^p1* DOBELL BROS., Camden. V, From whom FREE package may be obtained. ? ? - Aa this well-known Grocery-House wm get Ifs.., tea direct from Ceylon, consumer* will toe given an opportunity or purchasing tnelr tea - on* the very Garden...

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