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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
PftKSBYTB&iAM Church. Sunday morning at II, evening 7, and during sum mer .months at 7.80. Sunday (chool at 3 p.m. Tuunday, 9 a.m.— Keligioua innttueUon, public school. - - - ? ,' ' Thursday, -7.30 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practice. The Minister msy be seen nt the Manse on Fridav evenings, 7-tf. ? ' B«v. D. Moobb, B.A. Ktv. R. Steel, M.A. (in charge).
The Army and The Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Tiw Anw Mxi Tl« Son*. ; HFp&- For su swiftly it fi w, tba Bight .??-?? ilfelj?' ??;?? CunlJ Dot follow it in its fligJft. fe;.-.; ?? - '?' I breathed a^DU into tbe u\t, ? ? ' ?:' ' ' ? £ii'r'': ' It Iair«n%«raii 1 knew not wher* ; Wt ' For «fhit1h»!i siglit »o keen and etrone, £ Tb*t it c»n Mlow the Bight of mug 1 ?T '??'??. '????? ?-.,;-:- ''? V- ?? ? ? . Long, Ibhg afi»rward. in *n oak I found the arrow still unbroke ; ,r And the mag, from beginning to end, \ I found ugain in the heart of a friend.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Local a&i General. . Lost. — Boggy wrench. See advt. Tenders are invited in to-day's issue (or the erection of a part dividing fenoo at Menangle. Divine service will be held in St. Janet' Anglican Church, Iogleburo, on Sunday nest, 6th jntl., at 11 a.m. Defaulting ratepayers are remiuded thit it is the council's intention to forthwith institute legal proceedings for the recovery of alt arrears of rates. Tlie usual monthly meeting of the Catnp Ulltown United B»»3 of Hope will be held io the Wesltyun Chspd on Thursday (to morrow) evening, atfySO o'clock. Collection. Tlie Boflth Coast arid West Oamdxn Coope rative Co. report under date February 26th : — ? Butler. — Contrary to general anticipations, the market has been well sustained at 8J, and we do not anticipate any change next week.' It was at the sale last week. The auctioneer was offering a parcel of about three dozen second-hand clot Vps pegs, and when a bachelor started thn bidding at' 2d, a whisper wept round, '? He'a ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Several New York newspapers -are inciting the Government to declare war Against Spain, alleging that the disaster to the warship Maine was due to Spanish ? treachery. The saving in salaries i-ffected by the Public Snrvioe Board through retrenchment 'and re jadjnitttiebt amounts to £207,ft&0. liesidue £25,000 saved from stores and £9000 from travelling expenses. Tha total Mvings effected represent the interest on £6,600,000.' . - Quick transition.— A passenger from Holy bead to Dublin in one of the boats wag sur prised at seeing a number of carcases of cattle on board bonnd for Ireland, and inquired the reas-tn. ' Well, colonel.' was ' the reply, ' these carcases were Australian beef the day before yeBterday : yesterday they wore English beef ; to-day they are Irish.' Just as a traveller was writing his name on the register of au American country lintel a bed bug appeared and took its way across the page. The man paused and said : ' I've bpen bled by St. Joe fleas, bitten by ...
How to Keep Young-Looking. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Bow 1» Kwp iToiU^LooMiig. _ The great secret (g»ys a lady writer) of keep ing always young-looking and charming, is t« be amiable and try to always look on the obecr fn\, bright -side of Ufe. A sweet, UindJj. and serene expression lends a never-failing charm to the countenance, whilst a gloomy, sour.louk addB years and years to a woman's face, Dis contented, peevish women alwavs look years older than they really are. Wrinkles come from frowning and pouting, and the mouth has a tendency to protrude disagreeably ; and the woman who tbns gives way to a gloomy, miserable disposition rapidly ages and grows old and n?ly. Now, a woman with a clieerfai, bright, kindly face, whose month curves in smiles, and from whose eyes be»m kindneta and benevolence, will always look young and charming. So many people seem to think that it is 'their duty -to look on the blackest side -$£ ererythipg, and'thpy go to mnet their troubDtd half way. Everyone mmt necessarily have bis share of trouble in this ve...
FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
I: FOR THE LOVE OF COLD. CHA.PTER II— Contisobd. On* qiii'B ion troubled them all — how were they to Mil Duke t Who was to write to tlie erilt and tell him liia idolised wife was dead % The/ pnt it off from day to day. The bad newa wasatiU unwiitleii, when one morning, after they had'toen a month at the Beeches, -Sir Gerald looked up from his correspondence - and turjied to his. wife. . , ' 'Aren't the Rodwells rrlated to ths Hardja?' - ' Tab,' sha said, absently. ' Why 1' He read a strip of paper, evidently cot from an advertisement, aloud, with the pre face: ' Johns -n auks if this advertisement dors not refer to Duke ? ' * Wanted, tbe hrir-at-law of Margaret Hardy, who married Edward Rodwell at the parish church of Haolcney, iii 1800. A small properly, to which thin lady, or her represen tatives, have claim, is now awaiting them. Apply at ouce to Mr. Rose, Adelpbi Cham ber*.'' Lady Atlierstone waa lost in thought. ' Margaret [lard; trarriej Duke's grand father, I think,' she said...
Convincing-Proof. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Coaviacing-Froof. As Salomon sat on his pneumatic and adjust able throne, there came before him two mothers, and eacb of them claimed that which was dearer to them than life. ' It's mine !' swore one. ' She itllu a sLory : 'tis mine !' swore the other. And witnesses without number came iuto court and swore to the whole truth, and noth ing but tbe truth ; but there was a lie some where. Said Solomon tbe Grvai, drawing his snicker snee, ' I will cut it iu two, aud ea.uh take a balf and go your ways.' ?' Good enough !' cried one. ' No, no,' shrieked the other. '? Let her take it all, .though 'tis mine.' ''Aha!' said Solomon, sheathing bis snicker snee, ' it is yours, I knew, for how could tbe owner of ft brand new 1897 machine consent to seeiug it chopped iu half V
Important to Exhibitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Important to Bshibitors. The Kiama Agricultural Society is dealing decisively with exhibitors who violate the rules of the association. At a meeting of the com mittee, Mr. S. Kirton, of Thirronl, for exhibit ing grapes that he bad not grown himself, hail all his prize money, amounting to £6, forfeited. Kirton stated that when lenving home to take his exhibits to the show he forgot the grape!), and, as be had made the entry, rat,..er?than refrain from competing, he purchased some from C. Consins, which he put into the show and received the first prize. Mr. D. Mansoa »i rived on the ground with Ms cattle on the first day of the show, but as his entries had not been received, the officials were loth to recognise him as an exhibitor. He, however, succeeded in persuading some of the comrait te'emen that he bad posted his entries in ample time to comply with the regulations of tbe society, bnt as the date of th» post-mark on the envelope when his entry form had been re ceived did Q'it cor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Subscribe to tikis paper— Is per quarter. LIVER COiVJPL/VINT And Dyspopsia. DOCTOR DOES NO GOOD. FOUND . f REMITS T01U ; A Marvellous Restorative- ] ME. G. ROWLAND, Eleventh-street, ' Bon-den, Adelaide, S.A., writes on Jan. ' 22, 1897 : — I am a cabinet maker; and have ° always worked hard. For about two years I * was very languid, and lost all enorgy. Towards tbe Utter 'end of the above period the slightest ' exertion would cause a copious perspiration. I became very weak, and lost all relish for food. I Waited « doctor, who said I was dyspeptic, and prescribed for me, but the. medicine did me , no «ood. I was recommended to try Clements Tunic, wbidi I did, and very soon fell an im- l' provement. I found it a marvellous restora- n tivp, and continued to take it until I felt as E well as ever. I no longer suffer from exhans- ^ tion or fatigue, bat feel strong and well. — Wishing you prosperity, I- remain, yonrs truly, A Lady Athlete. A woman need not necessarily become an ath lete t...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
ACCIDENT. A serious accident befel a well-known resident of Campbelltown—Mr. James Bocking—at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sydney on Friday last. In company with a Mr. Davis, Mr. Bocking was driving in a sulky along Pitt-street, and when in the vicinity of Park-street the vehicle came into collision with a Chinaman's cart, which was being driven in the opposite direction. Both gentlemen were thrown out into the road, and Mr. Bocking was rendered unconscious, receiving serious &nbsp; injuries. Mr. Davis had one of his ribs frac- tured, and received other injuries, but not of such a serious character as did his companion. First aid was given at Messrs. Washington Soul and Co.'s, and afterwards Dr. Hodgson was called in. Mr. Davis was able to return to his office, but Mr. Bocking will be under the doctor's care for some time to come. On inquiry yesterday afternoon, we were informed that tho palient, who remains in Sydney, was improving as well as could be &a...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 March 1898
Obituary. We regret to record the death of Mr. Ralph Rudd, which sad event occurred at Harrington Park, Narellan, on Saturday night last, at about 11 o'clock. The deceased gentleman was in his 22nd year, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rudd, formerly residents of Camp belltown; he was a nephew of Mr. Joseph Rudd, of Campbelltown, and Mr. Rudd, of Harrington Park, and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Watson, late of Campbelltown. He had been residing in Fremantle (W.A.) of late years, and only came back to the colony about nine days ago. He returned to Harrington Park on Wednesday last, three days before his death, the cause of which was consumption. His ill ness extends over four months. Since returning to the colony, he received medical attendance from Dr. Fiaschi. &nbsp; The funeral took place yesterday morning, and was well attended. The body was interned in the C. of &nbsp; E. Cemetery, Campbelltown, the Revs. S. S. Tovey and G. H. All- &nbsp; nutt assisting t...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898
Pbksbttibuh Chcboh. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7. mA during aum mer months at 7.80. Sunday school 4* t p.n». ? Tannday, '9 a.m. — K«ligioiu imtmttion, publio ^^.-^mitunl. ?' ?-?? ' ? ? - Xhunday, ? 7.3a p.m.— Prayer me*ti»g- and ehoir practice. Tbe Mi&istei may be ran at the MsnBe on Friday evening?, 7—8. ~Bbv. D. Hoobb, B.A. Rev. R. Sikel, M.A. ^a charge).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898
TEAKS OF DYSPEPSIA* HfiOVB IT AWAY.. '. MR. W. ALBEKT LYONS; ?Wendhnree,'- Merton:«treet, Albert Park, Victoria,, writes ton' August 8th, 1896 :— I have suffered; severely froni dyspepsia fur a number of years,.' and although I have acted' upon modical advice and taken largely of specifics alleged to be cares for that distressing malady, but from, neither source did materkl relieff ooroe to me.. . Recently, however, I was recommended to take Clements Tonic. I did' 8', and almost instant, relief followed ; after taking a few bottles that irritating complaint was driven away, and t am now in sounder bodily health, and more alert and cheerful, mentally, than I have beta far many years. I would strongly recommends any person- suffering from dyspepsia or any; allied disorder to try. Clements Tonic. W. Albert Lyons. Witness— G.. J: Hani, J.P: HORSES! BORSES! To-day (Wifc KEsr.iT) MiBOH 9, T. GAMBLE will: Isell— 2 .First-class Hobskb. broken: to. harness,. -6 ond 7 years old'. Terms— oabH;...