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Indebtedness of the Australian Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Indebtedness of the Australian Colonies. Ths indebtedness of tlie six 'Australian colo nies, as well as the amount of interest each colony pays annually is, according to recent statistic?, as follows : — Ntsw S.uib Wal^sindebtidness : £57,118,539, interest £2.121,405. Victoria : Indebtedness £46,854,311, iuterest £1,839.491. Queensland : Indebtedness £31,873,934, intereet £1,222,509. South Australia : Indebtedness £23,367,200, intereet £933.374. Tasmania : Indebtedness £7,782,470, in (er»st£297.611. West Australia : ImfetaednesB £4,736.573. interest £180.183. The aggregate indebtedness ie £171.733,027, and the total interest £6.594,593. The aggregate indebtedness per head of the population is: — New Sonih Wales 44-36, Vic toria 39-79, Sonth Australia 65-13. West Australia 38-77, Tasmania 47-61, Queensland 68-85. These figures, it should be explained, are only made up to the 30th June, 1896. Since then ni'w loans have -been floated by several of the colonie?.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PATER S. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

CHVBCK SEEYICES. Cuukcu or Exsuhd ? St. Pctkrs. Sunday services : Moroing «t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7,30 in Bummer. Holy Communion : Firrt Studs* in the month at stinking service ; 3rd Sunday, 7.46 a.m., except in the idoiiUii ot June, July, and August. On festivals, at annouuced. Wednead.j: Service at? SO p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clam. Denham Court— 8t Mary'a : Morning, March 13, 27, April 10 ; afternoon, Maren 6, 20, Aprils. Bt.. Janes', lnglebu.n— Morning, March 6. 20. April 3; afteruoQD, March 18, 27, April 10. __ Evening aervice when announced. Bit. T. V. Alkin.

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Sporting Notes. A considerable proportiou of the 36,000 at the first day of the final test match came from the country districts. Ranji went in lo bat with the plaudits of the concourse, and retired almost immediately for two runs amid the tumultuous cheer of the same multitude. A worse effort than Ranji's was never wit nessed on the Sydney Cricket Ground. A beginuer could not have played the ball with worse judgmtnt. Although Stoddart is ' no shakes' at win ning a toss, he knows bow to pull off a Tal tersftll's sweep. He drew Reaper for the Newmarket and pocketed £1350. He is a true sportsman, and everybody congratulates him on his luck. Ranji hacked Rat-a-Tat at Kensington last week and won £80. He generously banded tlie alleged jockey (6ft. high and 13st.) £5, and later on discovered the fraud, to his dis gnst. ? MacLaren is wonderfully conscientious io his batting. It is always 10 to 1 he will make 50 and 5 to 1 he will reach the ccutury. He has quite eclipsed the prince. Stodda...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

RoauM Catholic Chvbcb. Sunday : Pint Masa, 8.80 a.m. ; aeoond Mass, 11 a.m. ; Vesper*. -etc., 7.30 p.m. Holy days of Obligation : Mae», 9 a.m. ; eTening detotiou, 7.80. Chrittmaa Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a.m Rev. J. Donne

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Asylums for the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Asylums for the Poor. -Some days ago it was announced that the Government intended to undertake the erec tion of one or two new buildings at Rookwood for the accommodation of some of the inmates of the already ovur-crowdod asylum at Purra matta. It has been stated that in thus bring ing a greater number of inmates to the Rook wood Asylum, the Government were acting in direct opposition to tbe report of the Public Works Committee. Mr. Bruuker (Colunie.1 Secretary) points out that the present proceed ing of lhe Government is in diced accord with the report mentioned, inasmuch as the report favors (firstly) ccilain uecessary improvements at tbe Liverpool Asylum ; secondly, the making of provision for 230 more inmates at Rookwood than ware then honsed there, bringing tlie total number up lo 804 ; and thirdly, the provision of necessary accom modation for 1400 sick poor at Camp belltown. As regards the third proposal, however, tn concentralu tins whole of the re mainder of the patients a...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

' CoNOBEOlTIONAL CBUKCU. Sunday: Morning at II, evening at 7. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Monday: Sibleclau.8 p.m. Wedneaday : Services and choir practice, 7.45 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at Atodu at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. RaveB.

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

WE ABE TBE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF \j| |§|j|g||j|jp|gj^^ nilllAA S and ail kinds of PIANOS, | m«al— ORGANS ! Instruments C^C^*^V-^ 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 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 I 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 Tents can be arranged for any Instrument. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., Chemists say that it takes more than twice as much sugar to sweeten preserves and sauces if put in when they begin to cook as it does if the sugar is added after the cooking is done. Sixty-two years ago Josep...

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

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. : A boil in the kettle is worth two T intjve neck. Only one women in one hundred insures hei life. The more wreckless a ship's cap tain is the better. When the judgment is weak the prejudice is strong. The mon who aims at nothing is sure to hit the mark. In Prance the bicycle is ridden by more women than men. No one who cannot master him self is unworthy to rule. Consistency isia'^ewel often sold to pay the price of 'success. 1 ' E' The ^Teatesimisfortunes men fall into anfce from themselves. 'Wisdom may lessen 'happiness, but it never lowered humanity. .... ? / . The more customers he drives away the better a cabman fares. He who is firm and resolute in will moulds the world to himself . It is but a poor eloquence which only shows that the orator can talk. —-- ^A^ri^t-mfipf^^a^lnflucli a hurry that they have no time to live. — — You can usually cure a man's liking for anything by giving it to him. Education is our only political safety. Outside the ark all is a ...

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Railway Information. SYDNEY CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

PENNT-POSTAQE AREA. The penny postage area emtrabes' the loUpwiiig towns :—'kppin, Bringqiyr; Browtalow pal Cam dehj Cobbitty, Douelai P«ft, Eckei»ley;:CrlenBeia, Greendale, Holiswoffty, Horton Farl^, ^Iftnlrn, Luadenbam, llenahglii;; fiinti, ^loimV^Httnt*^ Mulgo, N«reUani ^he ? Oaks, *ioton, Trestpr*. Thirlmfre, WaiUdB;;!Werombi, «nd WHWn,' «M sido these dutauots the postage is 2db.lt ounri| : ' ' WrWoon, roitmuter.

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

The 'Way to Wia a Lady's Love. A GOOD deal has beeu said lately in tbe woma.o'8 column of 1I119 paper as to the hen way to wiu ttiti affections of the gentler sex. An old, experienced hand at tbe ousineas sayi that the first eaneotial is good nature and good spirits, coupled with a inuuly physique. Bile Deans aro lh6 spticifit: to use to attain this end. they put the digestive organs in perfect con dition, aid the liver, heart, lungs' action, act as a tonic lo the whole system ; aud for such ail-' uients as piles, coativeness, indigestion, sour stomach, debility, and lack of energy and phy sical tone they will prove an undoubted speci fic. Sold at 9£d and Is l£d per box, or six large boxes for 6s, they are within the reach oT all. They are manufactured in one of the best-filled aud equipped laboratories fn the. world, at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and the fact that that they are prescribed by the first physicians in that country, proves that they are a medicine of no ordinary merit....

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Easter Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Easter Vestry JCeetaag. It will be of interest to those of our readers who are members of the Church' of England to have before them the ruins now. in force for the conduct of the Easter vestry meeting, as provided by ths new Church Ordinance, which Fi now in force and wiiujh supersedes the old 'Church Act.' We fflatefore print an ab-' ?tract prepared since tho.meeliug of the. R.D. Chapter of this Deanery : — 1. The annnai meeting must be held in the Tuesday in Easier week, or on ony one of tb« 14 days following. 2. The Rector, with five qualified persons, must be present -within half ao hour of the time appointed fur ths meeting, of which (even days' notice must be given. 3. ' Qualified persona' are members of the Church of England .and. ot.cupjers of seats within the meaning of the ' new Ordinance ; that ift, all persons who, being over the age of 21 years, have rented seats for not Itss than twelve months immediately previous to the time of meeting, and have paid the rent due up ...

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Unhappy Little Girls [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Tfr&appy Little Girls In snme parts of China, at four, in other parts at seven, or even twelve years old, tbe little girls' feet are so tightly bandaged as to' bring all the smaller toi'8 underneath the foot. Once a week for three years the bandages are tightened, and every tightening the child is compelled to walk up and down gome twenty times on its aching feel. . The pain is often so great, especially at night, that the child cannot refrain from crying. Thus, among the poorer ulassas, the mother generally sleeps with a stick beside her to beat the child if it dislnrbs tbe household, or she will put it to sleep in some outhouse where its cries can not be heard. Richer mothers commonly give their little girls opium to deaden thn pain. But then the richer the little girl, the smaller she has lo have her feet bnnnd. till in Rome cases tbe two and a half-inch ' ideal foot' is obtained.

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

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A Jump Into Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

A Jump Into Happiness. The suicide of Mr. Barney Burnato has fur nished the last chapter in tbe romance of a Dow happy conple. When the famous millionaire jumped over board from the steamer ' Scot,' the second mate promptly jumped in sfler him. In this attempt he nearly lost his own life, and hia plnck so won the admiration of Mr. Barnato's family that they gave him a present of £10,000, while congratulations have been showed upon him from far and near for hie bravery. The jump iuto the raging sea, however, has produced far more than mere money or fame, for it has got for Mr. Clifford the wife whom he was seeking. For some time he has been iu love with the only daughter of one of the rich diamond merchants in Cape Town, and, althongh the girl was equally in love with bin), her parents objected to the match, for the suitor was poor and his prospects nere slim. That jump, however, changed ths whole as pect of the case. Tbe parents were struck with the greatness of the man, and it must...

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

8AHDE&* SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTKA T. Uoderthe dutinguiabed patrouage of His, Majerty the fUngof Italy, as J?et commualc«tlon m»de by the Minuter for Foreijjh ABun, throagh the Con *al Genera! for Italy. ;« .Melbourne, March Mth, 1878. Awardsd dipWa at the Atn»terd«m Exhi bition, 1863, Acknowledged by Uedioal Clinics »ud!Uolv«r«Uu-»*U.oT« ttwGloW ' There are imlutionl-ftf ISoqtlyptf Bxtnwtta the uurket, produfctypf IShiple diminution, forming trade resinous nils. In order that these crude oils may not be tnkep.fpr puV pure i Volatile Eucalypti Kxwact, whiuh it lecogtuted by the Mcdust Divi sion of the PruBaUn Uoveriment to be of petfectly pure origin,' ?« per infoimatt'n forwarded to u» through ihe ConMri aVMalbouroe, March 2, 1876, we state :—.._.,_ . ; It U proved by terts made by tbe Medical ©tawa of theUnivei«lt[-8of Honn and Oriebwald (Prus sia), and reported to by Dr. etehlutz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bono, and Professor Or, Moesier, Director of the Medical. (ilium at ...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Oampbolltowa. Uuieipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting of ihe above was held on 'Thursday evening last, a fulf conncil being present, with the exception of. Aid. OaldwelL Aid. D. Davis, of Woolahra, also occupied a seat at the table, and at the' conclusion of the business addressed the meet-11 ing at ]«ngth in support H»?This candidature — .Water and Sewerage Board. The minutes -it previous meeting were read and adopted. CSHBESPONDBNOK. The correspondence received consisted of a letter from the Picton council, apologising for having kept roller beyond the time agreed upon and asking lo be allowed use of same for a few weeks longer. Received, on the motion of Aldermen Cum mins and Lynch, the request to be acceded to. From the Works Department, advising that a bridge over the George's River had been af fected by the late heavy weather, and request ing that the matter be attended to. . , Received, on the motion of Aldormen Cum-' mins and Fowler. From the Board of Health, enclo...

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The Camden Flood. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

The Camdea Flood. An incident in connection with the recant flood at Camden which deserves to be placed on recerd was the timely rescue of not less than nine persons by Mrs. J. Welling, a lady of some 74 years of age, under the mogl dan gerous of circumstances. Mrs. Welling's residence is situated on me outskirts oi me town, towards Maequarie Grove, and so sud denly did the water rise, that the bouse was completely surrounded whilst the occupants slept. Mr?. Welling was awakened by the roaring noise caused by the rush of water, and perceiving the danger at once alarmed the household. With considerable promptitude she hurried to the stable and secured her horse and trap, and filling it with a woman and children Grit, she drove them through the surging water and reached a place of safety with her living freight. Again returning, with the watar up through the Soor of tho trap, she reached the house a, second time imd reached her husband, who in a cripple and was unable to assist her. A...

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Dairy Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898

Dairy Farmers' TJ&ioa. Pursuant to announcement in last week's issue, the annual meeting ef the above was held in the .Towtf, Hall, Campbelltasrn, on Saturday last, 26th nit. The retiring officers were re-elected, and Mr. K.idd was elected representative of the district on dairy farmers' executive. The following resolution was carried : — ' That this meeting strongly proteits against the action of the F.F. and Ice Co. in taking snrplus milk from suppliers inside a radius of Albion Park.' As the suppliers to the said company have no limit to work on to show hew the surplus milk can be regulated, this action is considered to injure the milk trade generally, and is a great injustice to suppliers nearer than Albion Park. Where the injury is felt by F.F. and Ice Cu's. suppliers is in the fact that no limit is struck, therefore no oppor tunity is afforded of keeping the surplus at home, which suppliers desire to do on princi ple, and which is in accordance with the rules of associ...

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