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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

Presbvtkrfah Chcrch. Sunday morning at II, evening 7, and during sum mer months at 7.30. .Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, fi a.m.— Kellgious in-.tnietini-, public Trmranay, t;n- p.m.— Prayer soeeting and choir practice. The Minister may be seen at the Manse on Fridav evening*, 7—9. Rev. D. Moobr, E.A. Rav. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).

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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF COLD. CHAPTER II. Fab sway from London, far away from Lena'* shabby lodgings, a few mile* from a pleasant country jown, there Blood a 'grand old mau ?ioD, thuttii from prying eyes toy high walls, eurronnded by iu picturesque grounds and well-timbered park. ft was Atlierslone JBeecbea, the home of Sir Gerald AthetBtone, one of the oldest of BUnkshire magnates, who' years before had incurred the displeasure of hu neighbors because, when ha came into an encumbered estate and scanty income, in stead of looking out Tor an heiress wife' he laanched into trade. All that was forgotten now. Sir Gerald was one of Londou's merchant prince*. The girl who bad been indignantly refused him by her father on account of his commercial tastes was left a penniless widow, with an orphan boy ; and Sir Gerald, who had never been able to root her out of his heart, brought her 6ome to be the mistress of the Benches. He was her first love, and she idolised him. His children were dearer to her...

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

^'t,y-MW^Z :;.j; g:l?\y-V.*;;A JiWl* shitting cartj ftwdj -f ? ?».? «;- V- ' Twrtiodred »piritk, one through love, A litfla cloudlet in the sky, ?? , . A muttii'r't pans', *n infant's ory. ' '?? An iutun-n leaflet crisped and sere, A thoughtful brow, a pensive (car. :^ ? ?' ? - *' ? ' A moonlit cypress, zephyr-stirred, _?'?;. Two moving shadows, tiWer-hairod ; Two mounds of grass upon the li-s-, : - A gleam of light beyoad tbe sea.

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

The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE CAMPBELL - TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY FEB UARY 98. 1898.

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The Value of Silage. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

; - ^e ^alw of SUftfo. TBaV£«hu.':«!f ^h^i^A'.MftriJjf 'M 'the attention of every dairy fsfiner, especially in tliis rjjiBlrict, where; Bucceasip dairying is. of pWamouut importanoe. The lESllotripg from « wisent issue of JtiiB Agricultural Gaeelte,: will ^rtsd^bJojjBrjis^^ ;''?? :::^':y:A,ry ?.A £ppd deaUiag bee^o. written. aB to the value of- silage, and iu^oirie instance's its importance !hga.beeu overestimated. Acircal«£*as iftaued by the Dupartment of Agriculture .of TJiS. A. to 4000 farmers, asking them to .report on the value of silage. Not one said s word againBt it. Tbe fol,lowii)g are *ome of the replies.: — 1. ?« It will double the, stock-carrying capa city of our farms,' - 2. ' It gives a vigor and healthy-appearance not seen in hay-fed cattlo. We can double the stock, and thus increase the fertility aud value of our farms.' 3. '-It enables one with a UtUe land to keep n large amount of stock.' ' i. ' We believe stock can be kept for one half the cost of other food, and ...

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

SANDEfi 4 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRA T. TJaleV tiie dUtinguI.bea;paUoDagB of Hit Mnjeity «M £itt£.i-f Xtalv^aBr9B^|i&moiuiilpsH6d xnlosljby* ihelliiiiiter for.frolet^^a&aiiitiiluwi&a ttiinC?ipL* fill -General tor Italy; at Melboorne,lilBrch;l*Wi, 1878. Awarded -dtpioms at the Amrterd«m.£*hiv bition, 1S6J. Acknowledged b» Medioil CUniM *odUql»eraHie»,aU over the Qlote. -| miyijbt^ taken for our ;pni«y«l»tile^6«lyjiiti, ?jBxtract, which fa fejOOKtuVfiu tiy-uie^ftledical 3)i»* ilon o! the ¥iu»«i»Ji Government 1o be of pnfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to ui through the OoobuI at Mtjlbourna, Much 2, 18J8, we state:— -It it^proved by teals made by the Medical Clinics of the Vnivenitlis of Honn aud Oriehwald (Prus sia), and reported to br Dr. tjcbiutz, Professor of Phirmacoloiiy fet Bonn, and ProTessor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medioal Clinca at Griefewald, that only products that ace e&tuttted with oxygen, sad treed of iicids, resinous and o...

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

WE ARE THE LABGEST IMPORTERS OF l||||i||g|gijp|llP^ \ |'II a«llafV£\ S and all klhds of PIANOS, j .ihwciLW ORGANS I instruments C^C^**'fc/^av IN AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least ' 20 per cent, less than other llouses. 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 best 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 Terns can be arranged for any Instrument. : W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., The statement of a sage : ' Advertising is to business what steam is to machinery — the grand propelling power.' — Mucaulay. An infant named Leah Duggan died at the Sydney Hospital on Monday f...

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A Brutal Larrikin. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

A Brutal Larrikin.. Last evening, whilst returning home between the hours of eleven and twelve o'clock, a resi dent took & Bile Bran fur Biliousness, which obviated a possible attack of headache and constipation, which often follows an over indul gence in refreshments, liquid and otherwise. Bile Beans, taken by larrikins, whose livers and digestion are iu an imperfect condition, would not feel so much ill-will towards their fellow beioge, and always be wanting to punch some one's head. This same thing applies to family tiSa and differences ; it we really knew it, nbont two-thirds of the disputes and petty differences that one finds, even id oar best homes, are caused almost entirely by bilious ness and bad liver. To bo forewarned is to he forearmed, and if you love your relations and friends, don't be a bore to them all yonr life. A course of Bile Beaus for Biliousnoss will make you in all probability a good hus band, friend, and companion. They only cost 9£d and Is IJd per ...

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

Obituary                       On Sunday morning last, after a very short illness, Mr. William Hartley, a resident of the district for a number of years, died at his residence, "Bankfield", Minto. Mr. Hartley, who was 51 years of age, complained of feeling unwell the   previous day, at about noon. He took to his bed, and Dr. Cooley's services were sought. The sufferer was beyond medical aid, however, and notwithstanding that every thing was done which it was thought might prolong life, he died early on Sunday morning — at about two o'clock, the immediate cause of death being peritonitis. The de ceased gentleman leaves a widow   and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon. A good number followed the hearse to the railway station. The re   mains were put on...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

Local and General Two cottages are advertised as being to let at Minto. The public are cautioned against trespassing or allotting stock to stray npon the Bradbury Park paddocks. Tenders are invited for the erection of a timber beam bridge over Allen's Creek, road Broughton's Pass to Wilton post-office. Par ticulars are advertised. We are informed by the hon, secretary of the Campbelltown Lawn Tennis Club that the court will be re-opened on Wednesday, 9th March, when it is hoped a large number of     members and their friends will be present. As will be seen from an advertisement else where, the annual meeting of the Dairy Farm ers' Union will be held in the Town Hall, Campbelltown, on Saturday afternoon next, at 4 o'clock. Business : Election of officers. The Sonth Coast and West Camden Co-ope rative Co. report under date February 19th :— "Butter. — Sales have been fairly satisfactory   all tbe week at the advanced prico. The heavy rains throug...

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POLICE V. NEALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 February 1898

POLICE V. NEALE.   George Neale was charged with aiding, abetting, counselling, and procuring the com mission of an offence under the Vagrancy Act. Sergt. Saunders conducted the case for the police ; and Mr. C. J. Pnssmore appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. William Saunders, sergeant of police, stationed at Campbelltown, deposed that the information was his and it was correct, and re ferred to the defendant before the court. William James Auckett deposed that he was a police constable stationed at Campbell town ; he was on duty on the morning of the 8th instant, and saw a number of about at 2.30 o'clock in Queen-street; there were seven altogether, the defendant being one of them ; previous to that they were in O'Shannessy's bakehouse, at the lower end of Queen-street ; after leaving the bakehouse they came down Queen-street and turned off into Dumaresque street ; he (witness) had been watching their movements for some time ; shortly after they had gone...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

ICiscellaaeous Iffnas Every man has two wives : the one he has and tbe one be thinks be has. The latest' development in political circles it a split in the labor party, resnlting ia tbe secession of the Socialist members. Teacher : Johnny, yon may give s deBnition of the word ' fartn.' Johnny (tanner's son) : A farm is a body of land entirely covered by a mortgage. The Melbourne detectives raided a 'tote' shop on Saturday. They broke open the doors, but found the place deserted, the ocenpants having escaped through trap-doors. A pedlar in the Highlands went to a farm er's wife Jo buy a pound of butter. ' I canoa' make* you a pnn',' said the woman ; we bae nae pun' weight.' An' what weight bae ye?' asked the pedlar. The woman produced a pair of tongs. ' That's just twa pun's.' V Then pit ane leg on the sbales an' leave t'ither out ; that'll be a pun,' The farmer's wife could not gainsay the conclusion ; but when the butter had been weighed she looked doubtfully at it and said, ' Ton'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Good Food-GoodDigwtioa-Good ' Moral charao|e t j* located in the atomach,' ttys a recent writer. He is wrong ; but there ia « shade of truth in ine idea be throws out. Napolem wa* ?ten1 willing to trust others to took after the arms anil ammunitionjof bia armlet, but the c mmUaary.' depaitm- nt tie looked after himself. The bravest men won't fight unless they are fed, he aald. Nor will they. That1* why we are not surprised to find.Mr. Wil liam Jones saying Chat at a certain time he was in a low and deapondlng aute si mind. He gives the reason himself in three words. 'I was we k.' And why was he weak T He explains that, too. 'I waa always strong and healthy,' he aaya, ' up to January, 1892. Then I had a severe attack of influenza, followed by congestion' of the lunge. After thiB I never got up my strength, and I waa low, weak, and deapnnding. I had a bad taste in the mouth, my appetite nas poor, and every morsel of food I took gave me intense pain at my cheat. After every meal I was ...

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The English, Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

The English, Cricketers. The English cricketers on Monday completed their first innings in the final test match at Sydney against an Australian eleven, the total being 335. Of this number, Mac Laren 65, Druce 64, Wainwriglit 49, Hay ward ,47, Storer. 44, and Hirst 44. - Jones was the most suc cessful bowler, securing six wicke% for 82. The first' innings score of the Australians, when stumps were drawn, stood at 181 for five wickets.. C. M'Leod 64, Worrall 26, Gregory. 21, and Darling 14. ' The match was resumed yester day (Tuesday) morning. The two- not out men, Noble and Trbtt, took the wickets, but the latter was soon; disposed of— caught by, Ran jj. for 18. , Noble was shortly ?.- afterwards caught by Storer, having failed' to. add to his over-njght score of 31. The .Australians completed their innings for 239, and at time of going to press!, the Englishmen, in. their second innings,, had lost three wickets for J3---MacLaren 0, Ranji 12, and 'Wainwright 6.

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Trying to the Beast. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Trying to tae Beast. A. so» of Erin having' got a job to drive a horse and cart— the latter a kind he never saw bpfore — went to work -m a pnhlic road. Being dir pc ted by the ' gaffer' to remove a heap of stones and deposit tliPtn in a 'gully st the road side. Pot loaded the cart, drove to thn gully, and had nearly finished throwing off his load by hand when the ' gaffer made his appear ance and told Put that to save time h-- must tilt the rart over and throw off the load at once. ' All right,' replied Pat. ' I'll know how to do nest time.' Aftor loading agnin he drive to tli-- chasm, unfastened the pin, pnt his shoulder to the cart, and upset the horse, tigrt and all into thn gnlly. Scratching his head, the Irishman looked rather doubtfully at thi* horse below, and remarked in n serious tone, ' Shnre, now, it's a moighty quick way, but it miisl Iip moiglity trying to the bsBtP.' Shopman (savagely to agent) :. '' If yon don't get out of my chop in douhli'-quick lime, I'll kirk yon ...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Festal Infonaatioa. Mailb are despatched from OampbeUtown as under : — - . . ; c . . -? ; '?? Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m. , S p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. ... West, S p.m. and 9 p.m., Suadajs fcxeepted. South, fl p.m., Saturdays 630 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m.- :. ? '. '?' ?'. ??? tiamden, 10 a.m. and 5.30 p.m, Saturdays i0«.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays eiceptecj. Narellan, same lime aa Oamden. Mirto. 8.46 a.m., Sondeys etcep'ea. s Ingleburn, 8 46 a.m., Sundays excepted. . Granrille,^ p.m. and 0 p.m., Sundays exoepled. * ?lATerpODli9y.tn.,SihiTdii^»«^oeptea. ?' 1* Wedderburn, Monday, ^cdtujaday, and Friday, *v Ua.m. . . fMj^a . ? .' '?-. ?? . Pioton, fi.30 p.m., Sitaidayi 6.80 p.m., Sunday!, c . ercepicd. ';? s ;. . Douglas Park, same timers ricton. , ^...., ..'.,« * MenanRle, 10 a.m., Sunday* excepted. . Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Bundajb ex. cepUd.

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District Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

District: Court. On Thursday last^tfdge Murray at tended at the teourth&uge for the purBoseofdisposingoftoistriptCourt business. His Honor was detained only s» few minutes, however, the list 'being 'kxery^'ligh'f'oiie. The following cases were called : — C. T, Whitemtm y. %* G. £rriffiih-. —Claim for £B0^M, goods sold and interest on land purchase. No appearance of parties ; case struck 6'fife '-''?? C. T. Whiteman v. Robt Phillips. — Claim for £24 18s, rent due. No appearance; case struck out. E. and W. Eieldhouse v. C. S. Gil lett.— Claim for £23 9s, goods sold. No appearance ; case struck out.

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Too Diffident. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Too Diffident. Is a ease before a Paris court, in which a popular actress has had to appear as a witness, the Judge seems to have fihnwn considerable diffidence about asking the lady, as he was io duly bnnnd to do. what was her ape. Evi dently he considered that such a question, pnt to a witness, wonld he a direct inriteuipnt to perjury, so he asked her age before she had been sworn. ' How old are yon, madam 7' he said. After a little hesitation, the lady owned to being 29 years of age. ' And now that you. have told the court your age,' continued the gallant judttp, ' yon swear to tell the truth, the whole, troth, and nothing but the trnth.'

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY February 28, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Market: ^Report. SOUTH COAST AMD WEST OAHDEK CO ,1 OPKRATIVB COMPANY, 'jaaiitBU.' Sidjjej' February 28, 1897. Ball**,- tttamery, neVlb., 7ja to*a f ' ^ ' „: Ijutory, 7dto744 ^«-;i^q{»Hiy^p&fr,0».to*o7d ? „' aeoond quality, duty, 4d to td E»cvD, be-t hHud-cund 7d to 7*1 bacon,' best tnaehine cured, GJd to Od Bacun, bent bury and rough, *J i Bam*, belt Und-tured, 8Jd to »d Hums, machine cured, 7J-J to 81 Lwil, Bid to 6d Cfaeese, tint quality, 4}d to Z\l Honey, id to 2JH Hldei, pe. It,., sid-»ti Cejtskine, etch, 9a to 2s Od Fluur, firtt quility, per ton. £18 0* «d t* £13 lOt Fiuur, (econd quility, £12 fit Maue, pir bvsbei, n«w, Ss Od to 3a 2J WbeA,8,8dloto6d ? Chaff, |S»i tuu, jt« SmM to « 0. «d Bailey, Bngliah, t-t» buahel, 3« 6d to U Od Bye graj iced, p. r both., (a Od to Ss 6d Cockalpofgtsst »ied, per btuh., 8* to 9s 8d Bran, 7*d to 8d- - Polk-d, SJ ti) 8\4 Oats, a*td, St 8d\» 2s ]0d Uata, feed, 2. 6d ti 2» 64 Onions, per ton, £5 let Od to £6 Oa Od. Meadow H»y, £6 fi», . . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

A New Zealand Miracle. GEEAT EXCITEMENT INTHETEATHEK BON DISTRICT. WHEKagirl.iq, the beat period of her iife, ihas suffered for four years- from excessive heart palpitation, swollen legs, giddioeapf cramps, chronic insomnia, and other distress ing ailments, and when sh« has tried numer oub medicines and many doctors without' the slightest benefit to herself, she naturally feels grateful when, she discovers a remedy that al most miraculously, as it seems, succeeds where all others have failed, and in a short space of time relieves her completely from her troubles and places her in the front rank uf happy and healthy girls. ?'*? This has precisely been the case of Miss Petrea Peterson, of Featherson, North Island, New Zealand. In a communication to tbe Dr. Williams' Medicine Co. she explains her sufferings at length. ' I an- 19 years of age,' she says, ' and ever since I wai 15 1 have beeu coffering more or less.' Palpitation of the heart was her principal trouble, sbe states, and thi...

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