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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Postal lafoimation. Mails are deapatchei from Oampbelltovn as under :— Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays esceptcd. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. JTarellan, same time as Oamden. Minto, 8.46 a.m., Sundays excepied. Ingleburn, 8 49 a.m., Sundays excepted. GraoTille, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. , Sundays excepted. Liverpool, 9 p.m. , Saturdays excepted. Wtdderburo, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays ezoepted. . ....-?_ Douglas Park, same time as Pioion. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 a.m., BundajB ex* cepted.
The Cataract Dam. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
She Cataract Sam. As a result of personal inspection, Mr. J. M. Smaill, engineer of the Water and Sewerage Board has prepared a report dealing with the damage done by the recent storm at the Cata ract weir. The report bas been considered by the Board, and it has been decided to proceed with tbe work of reconstructing tbe dam with out delay. An application for a grant nf £2000is to be made to the Minister for Works, though the cost of the work is not expected to exceed £1600. It is intended, in order to divert the water into the channel pending re storation works, to conetrnct a temporary flush board weir of timber. This will enable the sup ply to Campbelltown and Liverpool to be kept np, .whilst water could also be let into Prospect if required. It is estimated that the work will taka two months to complete. *?' ?'???' . At the local police court, on Monday, before Mr. D. H.. Barker, J.P., Richard Wheeler, a stranger, was brought up on a charge, of being of uneonnd mind. He was, how...
Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY February 31, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
[?] ? SOUTH COABT AND !WE8T CAMJDBP C0.\ f':r B»e.n,Wt*i»«u-curta7d w74J , ? :- ' ' fcartjn, !»?« IBacttiue cured, 6}d to fld ? ? #^^^ih-*T- and rough, *li ' Him»,*e«tt«nd-cnred,)iia to ud ' . H.o-», jnirhine -iired, 7Ja to B a ? : «h««^*r»t quality, 4^a to JSJd . -'^-?'1 * Cel(-ski»l.eai;Bl *i to 4s Od t , ? Jfliiur.itWijiimlityi-perJon, £l30*«d to £13 10i ?; :--; ; Rimr. »eoomf ^uUitT, «2 J* -.'; : Mstee, btr tmshrf, new, Si'Od th S» 2d *Whent,3.Bd,»4i«d ? ~-~: :, ... ;? ? 1 .?;?- -..????- -Ch«»,prttoivi**««dto««o(-)a -:? . ? tiarla;, BngUtfirTf-rbinK»l,3s'6d^u3i:9d „ C»p»^?«8dio:-««d. ??-''.;'?- '. R».-gran»i«fl,p rbuth, 6»Odto5i'6-l UooaMoot gnn «-:ed. per bu»h., 8» to 9i 6-i . Bran, 84 to 8M Pollard, 1.44 lo 9! Ust., iH-rt, V8d 10 2« 10d Onn.lwd, 2»Sd l»'2»61 Omnn», ptt ton, f. 6 «s Od to £6 10s Od. Mtadow Hut, *6 S« Potatoes. £7 10s Od to £3 10s Od Fowl.; pn p.lr, Is 6d to3t Oi ©«cks,'ls6dt»!S««« ' Geese, 3« «d 'o is od * Turkeys, 4» fld to 12s Od Bgga, per dozen, Od to 13d - ...
Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Letter to the Editor. Sir, — Just a word on the recent fruit-stealing cases. I can assure the magistrates who adju dicated that their actions sre endorsed by ninety-nine ont of eVeryTiund red law-abiding' and honest citizens. Of course, sympathisers with crime and those criminally tainted, howl at all times when justice is meted ont. Had the magistrates acted otherwise than they did they would hav* been nnwnrlby the high office they hold. Were they now to allow themselves to be brow boston 'to recantation they sbonld be written down cowards ; while should a re mission of the sentence ba brought abont their worships will have but one course open to them, consistent! with thi-ir own dignity, and that is, to resign. The force of public opinion would soon bring abont their re-appointment. Campbelllown has always been notorious for its sympathy with criminals — so much so that various Governments have repeatedly threatened to prevent courts of Quarter Sessions being held in the place. We...
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
CHURCH SERVICES. Cuubch or England.— Sr. Pjtebs. Bunday«ervices: Morning -t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Comniui ion : First Sundt' in the month at morning service; 3rd 8ui.day, 7.4« a.m. exceft ' in the months of Jon-, July, and August. On festivals, a* announced. Wrantadajr: Service at 7 80 p.m. ; oho'.r practice at8p.ro. f™?»y : Short service at 3.80 p.m., and Bible Clan*. Dehham Court and Inglnbu'n services on Sundays alternately morning and afternoon ae naual until tbe new church is opened. See local lists. R«v. T. V. Alkin.
Harvest Thanksgiving. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Hawest Thankagi'vittg. A 8KRVICE «T;Harvest:TbarikigivinR waB held at St. Peter's, -3ampbe1ltown. on Tuesday, at 11 a.m. There *asa-ttoi»d congregation, and ^veral commnnjeints^t the Hu|y Eiichsrist. The Rey^Cifabn-Oorlette; D.D., or St. John's, Aehfield, was ibb preacher on the occasion, and lookasbistert St. Matthew, xiii,' 89— ?'The Harvest it the end of tbiB'wrrrld.*' The church bad bren artiHicslly'ae^rat*clT6r thesertrioo,' and maiiy wern the offerings rhode o! frnit and vegetables. MIbs Reynolds presided at the organ, and the hymns,*1 Now thank we«llonr God,' and 'What'onr Father does is well,' were sung, and special Lessons were appointed fnr the occasion. The clergy present besides the preacher were the Revs, H. Dicker, J. Shearman, C. .1. King, M.A., J. F.-Rnssell. MIA., and tho Rector. Mr. Barff, lay repre sentative from Minto, was alto present. After dinner, at which lha visitor!) were entertained by the Rector, a meeting of the Rural-decanal Chapter was held at tbe Rect...
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Passing1 Notes. I thought eo ! That cricket match was a truly wonderful game to watch. At 2 p.m. on the eventful day there gathered together on thejgroen roost of the male population nf Caqpbelltown. Hurrying with eagerness fronj all points of the compass camn men and boys arrayed in white trousers, etc., each with an air of triumph, a gait of victory, and a gonf ral anticipation of great achievements shortly to come. Good old cricketers of former day*, _.wA° have not adorned our local green for 4-inny a weary season, doffed their coats andpresfnted increased proportions — matured by the flight of time and nourished by the good things of tho district — just to show the colts how the thing should be done. Then followed that ominous hush and breathless suspense which precedes doings of great deeds, or impending disaster. The first two batsmen of that long line sallied forth, and soon sallied back. The scene became processional and looked much like a walking match, so intact was the ii...
Our Bread Supply. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
: '? Our Bread Supply. :; TO THE EDITOR. SiB;— Of late the bread locally supplied has not been up to tbe mark in quality, and, what is op more importance to the poor man, who inajto'ijhg,.thej)rtniiipaljtaple oV.foo&i it has not 'teen ~up~to' standard weight. I. wbold sngdest that ihe inspector of weights ehonld investigate, and, as far as possible, remedy the defect. Prosecutions and heavy fines have been of late imposed npon bakers in the metro polis whose bread was short in weight. — Yours, etc.! A Worcivo Man. Campbelltown, 19/2/'98.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
?' .?-*?:' 4' ,v ':^B-'' ? -^' ? - - ' ' . ' ' ' ? '??-? :\ ' SULKIES AS SHOWN, « Bprlngj/WTieeU tft. . ^ ir4R5jft M' b3», lEie'le.. ; Butt'ffiard'Biintoa, £10 10b.; tSSZ^SSpBESBSrS^lk. ? '9 s Duuble-neated Bu^gi*. **- i DouWeSuggy Hums II ^Sjflfgyffi(/j»: ?' '?. BliIDLE6,l(W.ea.;Boys'SaaalM,Bert,\iMiHog8«ar«1S»i.eiL \f/$3(\ Jp^K^L ' I -? . ?- ' HUH I I CD Manufacturer & Importer of -\^| V^/Av0 f ?' . nlLLILn, ' vehicles and Saddlery. VaJWst 3^ 195 and 1ST SUSSEX STBEBT, SYDNEY. . T—*^&JLm*^^ 'il- =*-?'? OLD ESTABLISHED, RELIABLE. SEND FOR OATALOQtTE. ,f . B.1 ' ' ? ' I . HP far Tjidin Rud Gentlemen. The name E. HILMEH Is to be men' on Hearty all Ror-fi saddle! .'? V ilsoI sn Hie i 'olony. The 1'riee ie I -ow, the Quality exoaptioually Good. If you Lave not tried one, do bo. jl ? If you ordei f rota tiiis aiveitinemeiit I will pay freight. to any port or railway station in the colony. ',' - ' ? iM ;? ? _ ? ' ?:.'% WING ON JANG & CDt 24 GAMPBELL-ST., HATMARKET...
Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Wise a^d Otherwise. There is no part of Europe in which snow never falls. The common pond frog's natural lifts is to 124o 15 years. Kilcar, in County Donegal, is said to be the oldest village in the world. The Sandwich Islanders estimate the beauty of women by their weight. The swallow has a larger mouth, in proportion to its size, than any other bird. A cooking class for boys is the very latest thing in an American high school. Oja an average, every woman carries from 40 to 60 miles of hair upon her head. ?'.:'' '?'?., ;: The average expense of an ocean liner from tiiverpool to New ^Tork - is well over £16,000. There's many a poor married man who thinks 'the jaws of death' nothing to 'the jaws of life.' The largest flower in the world grows in Sumatra. Some of the specimens are 39in. in diameter. lii Morocco, when the Sultan marries, -every subject is expected . to contribute a wedding present. A good Arabian horse will can'er in the desert for 24 hours in sum mer and 48 in winter ...
Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Jtatoww laforii&1fcfo». 8YDNEY-CAMPBBLLTOWN TRAIN SERVteK. ?? ? : Wei'k-day Service: Le»»e Sydney. Arrive G'toiva. , 9.80 o.ui. -? -iO.48a.rn. 10.35 I'* ?' ? 1.30 p.m. 3.05 |).w. ~ -?* 5Jf/^:- - '-' ';.'S&:::'- %M -? ' t 5.18 X ,:6.43. G.&Q r «,23 t 900 9&9 ' 11.30 l.00tt.m, Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. * 9.08 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3-15 p.m. 2.28 3-28 6.10 7.17 Lrave C'town . Arrive Sydnoy. ? 4.43 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.85 ' 8.iC 8.40 ?-35 3.15 10.43 p.m. 12.80 p.m. 2-05 8.88' ' 4*5 4.00 5-44 8.33 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive G'town. ?''?? 9.40 a.m. 1T.05 ».«'? 1.00 p.m. 2.35 p.m. 5.50 ' 7.15 9.00 9-59 9.30 11,01 Leave C'town. Arriv« Sydney. 4.43 a.m. 6.10 o.m. 7.35 9-14 * - 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 C.42 * 8.30 * 10.05 t Saturdays executed. ? M-mdays fxwpted. CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TBAMWAY. Leave C'towu. . Arr. Camden. 7.35 n.m. 8.10 «.m. 9 15 9.50 10,55 '-35 t 3.33 p.m. 4.18 p.m. ? 8.50 7.25 t 7.22 ? 7.52 ; .... J 6.50 a.m. 7^0 a.m. 8.25 9-05 10...
PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage area embraces the following towns:— Appln, Bringnlly, Brovrnlow Bill i Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Olenfleld, Greendale, Holdsworthy, Hoifton Park; lngleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellan, Tbe Oaks, Pioton, Prestons, Thirlmfrc, Wallnce, Werombi, and Wilton. Oul sido these dittances the postage is 2d lulf ounce.' W. Wood, 1'oBtmoster.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
:' ? v«jid=eir^ ? .' ^..ila-roo.%e1we-^ an , eleven repreBen'tinc tbe ^n^lJ^ro^DX): find jb %l twentj-iwo1 took'place on Saturday afternoon last. A large^nmHer ^ rif;i^^t|».^We^reseni,JiB|i} the ^«rnp wa- watcJieJ .inth ^nJ're't. ThbpgV they! playea ajtainst heavy iaa»,ihe VlfWn piwed -^i)BJ jt^jfctii*; jietilhem, and won ™ilpMrtoBy- '*1W*Wty?bwo batteil first, and at ortn alagu of Ihe g«m«— when five wickets were^down for rtgh'ti-nnsMi looked as thungh thisy- were going to be jgot rid of fnr a very liiiorjjeore. ? The 'tail end'-allii-d, however, andjHmaged to increase the number to 78 he fore rthe last wicket foil, The eleven, on taking the wickets, hit merrily, llieir total being 167. For the winners.' G. Snllivan, P. Clisspld, T. Lees, and D. RiKelsford howled jsnecbssfnlly, whilst for the losers, J. Gard «e ionrea three' Wickets, - Ui» remainder being divided amongst five others. The scores are : — j . Local Twenty-two. J. (lard, b G. Snllivan ? .„..;*.......... t A.jCing, bO. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Do You Wish You Were Healthy Like Me? Wohrn often think their lot is a hard one, yet they have themselves to blame in most cases. They live unnatural lives, wear their stays too tight, and in. almost every nay act' contrary t-n. tbe laws of hatnre. Suffering women need suf fer no more now that a panacea, in the form of Bile Beans, is at hand. This great remedy is what ailing women need. Their action is very gentle, and they reiieve the system of all poisonons waste effete matter that causes so much distress at the present period amongst our women and budding girls. Bile Beans ars nature's remedy, and they contain nothing that could injure the most delicate constitution. Used a number of years in America, they corns to Australia with a reputation that will un doubtedly score a great success here for idem. If you are a suffering female, young or eld, you should always keep a box of this great specific on your dressing-table, for often on ounce of preventative is worth a poiind of cure...
Campbelltown Police Court- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
CamiAelltowa Pdioe Cotu*. .-,:.?; Satordat, Fkbeuabi ,19, i'-' Be)?oeb Me«sri. T. B. MacNevin, 1P.5L, P. B. Hurley, and H. Wmton, Ja.P. ? ? .''_' Graham Bn^.%yRii^ongrraNt.~Olaiiri^ £7 8» 6J.I, Bp^aiSSd*M4eifi*i«: *--:r!-:V« , VerJ-.-t for plaintiff for '£7 8» 6d.
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898
Local Land Board. A MEETING of the Local Land Board waOie'ld at the Courthouse, Campbelltown, on Wed nesday last. 16th inst., when the following cases were disposed of : — HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. Joseph Sheehy, No. 97.9, 24a. 3r.— Post- poned. Chattrs Scatlergood, 97.10, 32 acres— Con- finnni, Mdciilm M'Taggart, 97 11, 15a. 2r. 30p.— Postponed. David Griffiths. 97.7, 16s. 2r. ; suspension of condition for throo months. — Postponed. Robert Longhurst, 96.25, 15a. Or. 30p. ; ns to fulfilment of conditions. — Liable to for feiture ; a waiver recommended. Wilson Walker Silver, 96.22, 2Ia. lr. 9p. ; inquiry under seolion 20, Act of '84. — Liable to forfeiture. James Edwin Bishop, 97.1, ]9a. lr. 20p. ; inquiry under section 20. Act of '84. — Liable to forfeiture. ? Robert Worrell, 96.16, 23^ acres ; review of inspector's report. — Oioditions bave been fulfilled to date. George Longhurst, 96.23, 20a. lr. 13p.— Conditions have been fulfilled to date. Lilian R. Longhurst, 96.27, 16$ acres. — Co...