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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny postage ares embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringdly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbltly, Douglas Park, Bckersley, Glenfield, Greendsle, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park,.jtnglebum, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo, Narellan, The Oaks, Picton, Prestons, Thlrlmfre, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out sida these diatsnees the pottage is 3d half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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The Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Tho Batter lEutat, Thb South Coast and West Camden Co-ope* rative Co.repbrt nndcr-dateFobrnary26tb :— 'Butter! Dnriog'theipasl Jypar soj^Iies hive been fairly heavy.; S.eveJ-al large consignments, ' delayed for some ^laya in 'the northern rivers ... throngb Stress of ??%eiitper, have now reached the mfttkeL ' Owjrig to the c W, moggy wea- . . ther, prevalent at this period of the vear, a : large per centiige of the, butter arriving is not of the very choicest description, otherwise , we would have been inclined to raiss values a little in sympathy with tbe higher -prices ruling in Victoria... At present-, the .production of butt r within the colony is slightly in excess of o a consumption, and we are somewhat dependent on export orders to. relieve ns of the snrplns. For choicest fresh creamery, we quote 8d per pound.' Oae hundred and twenty firemen are required to feed the furnaces of- a first-lass Atlantic steamer. Lady Hampden arrived in Melbourne on Monday on her return from Engl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

JOB PRINTING . ^ executed at thr office of .THIS PAPER \ on the shortest notice, and AT THB LOWEST POSSIBLE PRIOE8. The Campbelltown Herald. One of tlie Bfst Arlv.-nifinj! M-diiim? OMt of '-?y.I''1'--

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

| Dr. J. P. ELLIOTT, H.A., Ph. L., .'.'-?... , ; of the well-known firm of Elliott Bros., O'Oonnell St., Sydney, furnuhei ', ',' | the Nirvana- Co. with the following valua We Certificate:-1- ' .'Iv ? | ??Tbinii to oertKy that I have examined WTenl nmplei lot ' ! !. '? .. i ? ? \ » ?? -' jlsZ^^^tm^? CEY1OH \ I: ', ' 'taken from atook. I am «atUfiad that it li an umuuaUy lino, para Cejlon Tea, ooulaUag of ? '? | ; 'young learei. It hu a very fragrant uomi, is rioh in eitreotive, and wnUlna bat little \ I , ' 'tannin or utringent matter. Owing to its being packed in lead at Colombo its .freahneu i- - » '. : 1 I ; 'prMemd.ua it U» pleasure to WMmmond»n-& a high-clftlit«. . -,!!'.- ;; '(Signal) J. F. ELLIOTT, M.A., Fh. D.' ;; ' ' The HlrranB Tea Co. which puts up its Tea In lead in the Country ; ; ; ; In which it Is grown, in order that it may reaoh the public in the original ',', | ; packets, has appointed as Its local agent— '/, !: Ga&T Dobell Brothers, Camden. :: ! ! ...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY LIMITED. SYDNEY, March 7, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

j;:\:^m&-**jtm^;. ''' SOUTH COABT AND WJfcST CAMDBN CO 0PBBA.WVB CQMPAMr, /; ' ?' ? .^-''^TOiw.'Mw* 7, 1897. .' B«tterIote«nie«7,jnribi,7id.to 84 ??' ?'??;'.? ? ' ?? . ' ''??' '. t, iartnjy, 74S- J4| T-: ?.'-'?? .'? -' ?' - ?:.'-' .?.-- ' i.- 'Writ^ia^i'fipfcii^io Td ! ^ f f second 'o,toautyf^Qairyj ^4 A to Id ? B»ctn,*wth-iiid;cared7dto 7iil ' ~&am, bert machine cured, OJdto Od B»Wi,bertl-e»vy and tonga, «1-1 Jiata,bsat*and'pn^,S|«lto5d H*n-i, machin* cured, 7W to 8il Che*e.ttrst anility, 4Jd to « Jo HM.ey.2d to Sid Hides, pei lb.,24d i*4i , UiU-iMne, eata, 9-i to ga Od 5& . Flow, fit»t quality, per ton, jSlS 0» tffu £13 10s - Flour, ieeond Quality, £12 6a M»lie;perbuiheJ,a«w,3«2dtoSi4d Whe»t, 3-9dto4ied '- Ob*ff, per ton, £4 Si (Id to £6 Os Od Uwlev.Ejiglah.pabuiSitl.Siedto J»Si '. , „ CapvSa*dtoSs'M .,...' Ry«giaw«eed,p*rbBA,5»flato6ied Cooktfoot grass a*d, per baas. , 9i to S- 6d Brsn, 7M to 8d : *oUird,8d.toeid Oats, swd, 2s 8d to 2« lOd U«ts, Jeed, 2t 3...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—ST. PETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

CHUECH SERVICES. Chcboh o* Enoulkd ? St. Pstxrs. Sunday services : Morning at 11, craning at 7 in winter, 7.80 ip summer. Holy Communion: Pint Sunday in the month at moriiing aeivice ; 3rd Suuday, 7.4S a.ra, except in (he months of June, July, and Augoat. On festivals, u announced. W»4nMa«j : Servica at 7 80 p.m. j choir practice «t8p.m. Friday : Short serrioe at 3.80 p.m.. and Bible Oast. r Denham Court— St Mary's : Morning, March 13, 87, April 10 ; afternoon, March 6, SO, April 8. St James', inRlebu'U— Moroing, March 6. 20, * AprilS; afternoon, March IS, 27, April 10. Evening service when announced. * ' Rkt. T. V, Auug,

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Cricket. At 3 p.m. on Tuesday, 1st instant, a very in teresting match was played on the gronnds attached to St. John's Convent, WeBtvicw. between tbe pupils of the convent and an eleven from St. Patrick's Primary School, the boys' ages being limited to 13 years.. With his usual coarteejvthe Rev. J. Dunne presided, and did much by his geniality te enhance the eniovment of the afternoon. He was unani mously chosen by both sides as scorer, which office lie performed in. a most satisfactory manner. The toss w.as won by the Primary School eleven, and they went to the wickets, bat did not make a good stand ; the deficiency, however, was more than atoned for in their second inninga, winning the match by 63 runs. The scores were : — St. Patrick's Primary, first innings 29, second 97 ;; St. JohnJs College, first innings 43, second 2(k As an encourage ment and token of appreciation, the winners were presented with a handsome cricket set by Mr. Shanley, of ' Sugar-Loaf,' and it is to be hoped ...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. There are only Beven active vol canoes in Europe. Bice forms the principal diet of & third of the human race. There are, roughly speaking, 4400 pawnbrokers in the United King dom. — — There are considerably over six million negroes in the United States. - — The hair of .the head is said to grow faster in summer than in Winter. Great Britain controls 21 out of every 100 square miles of the earth's surface. Every year 2000* Jims of brqjfcen glass are collected in the streets of; London. Silver coin loses one per cent, of its value in 20 years, gold one per cent, in 50 years. The ants of South America have been known to construct- a tunnel three miles in length. The House of ' Commons will not accept any documents or petitions which are typewritten. The tents of the Bedouin Arabs are usually black. They are made The hardest wood known is cocus wood. It will turn the edge of any axe, however well-tempered. Astronomers tell us that in our solar system there ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

^ljS»AQlij»Ai.*AiJBJIlA!AiAUUL'il^^ BEJMETT& WOOD —Show Rooms, 387 George Street, Sydney.— Sole agents {or the New Rapid, Bov,.r, jand Hud son Cycles.' Latest catalogues and list free' un application. Agent* in every town throughout New South Wales. ? ? .: ? ? v -1 SULKIES A8 SHOWN, tSprlra, Wheditft. ,' ' „ Ifffrftn, ?M -iu.high, orloirer; 6fl««rI)e«hKaflOomj-l«te,Trttl» ;' . ' ?^^?^nB^SSBS. '?'? lampe, £8 l?i 6d. Sojxiwirom tit, Single statin _-___-^saaa-*^^BliM|B|IIPv9)«*v ' *i* Bureiei, £ie lot. ; Book Board Boggiei, CIO.JQl; *— ***—^^T^Bag^nfrmr?l ' ?.» DmiMe-oeated Bugifim, /JO; Double BnggyHiMtu fL^^BHEVrXroLf m ''-8 »s.: Single Buggy Binen, SOe to SOe. dot set; Beit Qoalttr Wank Vt~2BBmw3£&X\fJa^*\ ? - Style SaUlee, Tub.; T«oiea' BadAle, It*.; itaritfiaMlee, «8e. : 1*35? V'S5yJ^33KlS&L-_l ' -Ti BliIULB8,l(M.sd.;B-ira-S»aalia,Beri,'«ithB(icB«ia,Sta.«a. V1 / J,l L J^!Ml ? I '-- HUH I ICD Manufacturer & Importer of »^/iWV7jVVvf ,;-.: . nlLLmn, ve...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Postal lafBrmatioa. Hails are deepatohed from CampbellUwn as under :— Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Weat, S p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. ' Camden, 10 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Narellan, same time as Oamden. Minto, 8.46 a.m., Sundays exoepted. IngUbum, 8 45 a.m., Sundays excepted. Granville,.J p.m. and 9 p.m., Snndays exoepled. Livprpool,.9 p.m., Saturdays tatcepted. Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.mJ ' ' Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoapted. Douglas Park, same time as Picton. , : Menanglo, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. -, Appln, 6 p.m., Saturdays 8.80 aim., Sundays es- , . : cepted. - ... ;

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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service: [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Railway laforaatioa. SYDNEY-CAMPBBLI.TOWN TBAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service : . ? ? Leave Sydney. A«iy* t3*Wwi. ?-.-? 8.SO«.tn. . ---??'?? :. 40i««J».; 10.35 ?-'«.«*??- ? 1.30 p.m. 3,05 p.m. t 5.15 . 6.05 t 5.18 6.43 6.50 8.23 t 9.09 9-59 . 11.80 l.«0a.ui. Saturdays (additional) : 8.00 a.m. 9-08 tun. 1.55 p.m. 3.15 p.«n. 2.28 3.28 6.10 . 7.17 LfBve Clown. Arrive Sydney. ? 4.48 a.m. 600 a.m. 7.85 8.46 8.40 9-85 9.15 10.48 p.m. 12.80 p.m. 2.05 3.88 4.45 *? 4.00 #*4 ? 8.88 1012. Sunday Service : Leavi Sydney. Arrive C'town. 9.40 a.m. 11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. . 2.85 p.m. 5.50 . 7.15 9.00 9.89 9.80 11-01 Leave C'town . Arrive Sydney. 4.48 a.m. 6.10 a.m. 7.35 ' 9.14 12.80 p.m. 2.05 p.m. 5.10 6:4? 8.30 10.05 t Saturdays execpted. ? Mondays sxoepted. CAMPBELLTOWN-CAMDEN TEAM WAY. Leave C'town. Arr. Camden. 7.35 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.15 9-50 10.55 '-85 ? t '7.82*7- ''*'-';:'??? i'-- 7.62 v' ? Leave Camden. Arrive O'town. J 6.50 a.m. 7.80 a.m. + 8.25 9-05 10.05 10.45 2.50 p.m. 3.30 p.m. t 5.50 6.80 (I 7...

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A Police Court Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

A Sbliee Oewt Diftwfltjr. At *he GampWItown Police Court on Satur day ket, a witness who was put into the box by tht plaintiff in the c»se Conway v. Picker ing, refused to give evidence pending some arrangt)raent-feeiag inade regarding payment of his.#xi»Bses. H« had, he said, lyst two days over the case, :*nd granted to lenow how he was going to fare. The Bench remarked tnat they could not assist him. H»~ was told it was a matter which concerned hinwlf and the person by whom he'had been BubpcBneed (Conway), and was advised that he cenld not well refuse to give evidence seeing that ha was in the box. Acting upon this advice, he consented to be sworn, end . afterwards testified to the facts of the case in so far as he was acquainted with them. A son of this witness — a lad of some 15 years^— was next called, and likewise objec ted to make a statement, he being in the same trouble as his father. However, after having been spoken to for a little while, his scruples were overcome, and t...

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Sale of Dairy Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Sale of Dairy Cattle At the sale of Mr. J. T. Hayter's choice dairy herd at Robertson the other day, buyers at tended from Syduey, Camden, Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Berrima, and other district*. The herd comprised bo less than 130 aiilkiug cows. The top price, £22 10s, was given by Mr. George Tate, )uu., for ' Dairy Maid,' a red and white Ayrshire prize cow. Mr. J. Cole paid £'20 for ' Elsie,' which was deemed the champion cow of the herd, but not now milking. A good number of cows sold up to £ld each, and when tbe -whole herd had been diap'oBed of the average was found to exceed £4 5s per head. The sale reminded one (says the local paper) of the sales in tbe good old days when money was supposed te be more plentiful, and it certainly demonstrated the fart that really good dairy cattle are readily saleable at good prices. Owing to the heavy rairiB in the Richmond River district, considerable damage is being oaiiBed to the maize crops. Fears are enter tained of another flood. Aijteailhy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

GET DR. WAUGH'S. The day was young and not far «pent,A As throngh the boay strecto there went ; A youth Ta« yet unknown to futnt), . Bearing aloft the well-known name— . «DB. WAUOH'S.' ? His ey» was bright, his form uptight ; He held bis banner to the light ; ; His buainau there, to advertise The Powder famed for Cakea »od Piet— : - 'DR. W&OGH'B.' . Nor snow, nor lee, nun seen about, As lustily that yonth «id ahout : ' If Baking Powder sou would chouse, And not know whloh the b«t to i.«e, GET ' DR. WiOilHB.' ? ' Oh stay I ' a maiden satd, « Oh stay I And tell me; whaoloook to-day : What Baking Powder shall I try ? ' The youth he answered with a cry — 'GET DR. H*O0H'8.' , ' Usten, Mend,' an old man Ball, ' My 'wife ahe does not make good bread, - Tho' many powders the doth ace.' Tbe youth said,— ?' Powders bad yon choose -GET DR. WADGH'S.' ' 111 tell my wife,' the old man crtea, , And when the Powder good she tties j : ' The bread I know will be quite light,' The yonth repeat...

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

.' ' Letter to the Editor,' . Sib,— As an old resident of Oampbelltown, * allow inea little ipaoe to controvert Ibe bitter i nd untrue statements of 'Householder' in ?bur last issue. He £rst of all goes out of bis w»y to aswre iVe; thagistrates of flils ap Broval of their acUori in dealing with the te jdtbt 'cases, ,M' if they were not capable of djoing their duly ;wivhont seeking tbe. aid of so vindictive a person as '?Householder' shows htraif If to bo . He next commits hiniself : to a statement that is as false as it is; insulting, viz., that 'Campbelltown has always been notorious for its sympathy with criminals,' aiid adds the curious statement 'that in con siqueDCie, various Governments have threa tened to abolish courts of Quarter Sessions.' As a matter of fact, quarterly courts have bpon threatened tp be closed at Campbclltown, but for a very -different reason— -th»t there lias not been sufficient crime to moke it worth while to send a jndge here. ' Householder' ifyges that ...

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Condemned to Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Condemned to Death. An innocent man condemned to death for any crime is indeed a very sad sight. Yet be doesn't lose hope. His lawyers appeal from one court to another, and (hey are bound to tave him if he can be saved. It is the same way with a man condemned to death by disease. H« doesn't give up. He tries doctors, then patent medicines, and other alleged remedies for his case, until at last ho finds the right medicine to cure him, viz., Bile Beans for Biliousness. Bile Beans are one of the safest and surest purgative medicines on the market, and, unlike most laxative remedies, they act direct on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and cast in creased quantities of this fluid into the bowels, thus fluBliing the Batnn out as a stream of water would a drain. Bile Beans are not an ordinary medicine. They are manufactured in one of the largost and best-cqnipped labora tories in the world, at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and are an undoubted specific for In digestion, Headache, ...

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Campbelltown United Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

CfcopDelltowA United Saad of Bope. Tike usual, monthly meeting of the above iKad o£ Hope.wiiiB held in the Wesleyan Chapel on Thursday evening last, 3rd inst., wr^en there was a good attendance. In tbe absence of the vioe-president, Mr. W. Webb, jun., carried out the duties of chairman. After cbe usual devotional exercises, the following programme was gone through : — Chorus, 'Give me the Drink,' choir ; recitation, 'Snowball,' Mabel Webb ; solo, 'Green bill far Away,' Miss Gee ; duet, ' I love to tell the Story,' Alice Barker and Annie Spicer ; reading, ' His good Angels,' Mr. W. Webb, juji. ; choir, ' Sound the Battle-cry,' choir ; instrumental duet, Miss Gee and Mr. E. Rtove; dialogue, 'Woman's Love,' Miss dioper and Mr. W, Webb, jun ; chorus, ' Do the Best,' choir ; - recitation, ?? A small boy's Letter,' Jack Roberts ; duet, ' Gather little children,' Jessie Webb and Annie Hedges; trio, 'Glad Message,' Mies Gee, Eliie Barker, and Mr. E. Reeve ; dialogue, ' The b'nsy Housewife,'...

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Our Bread Supply. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

?j .. Our Bread Supply. . t 1 — '- — \ ;,-? To thk Editor. SfB, — The residents of Campbelltown are cer tainly a palieat and long-suffering community to tolerate tbe (in some cases) most inferior bread that can be supplied to any household. On Saturday last part of what was delivered wits soar and unfit for human consumption, and in. another case it was light in weight. -Bow long is this state. of things going to last? If the penalty of five shillings for every ounce short in -weight were imposed, matters, I fancy, wonld be altered. Also, an inspection as to the quality supplied would not be out of place. — I am, etc., \\ . Consumes. 'Campbelltown, 7/3/'98.

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Druids Gala. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Druids' Gala. Thr secretary of tbe U.A.O.D. in Victoria announces tbe 29th Annual Gala and Art Union, to take place at tbe Hibernian Hall, Melbourne, on April 23rd. There are 125 prizes offered, at a total value of £1500, the first priza being a Oolden Druid, the actual cash value of which is guaranteed to be £1000. The tickets arc Is eaoh,— 11 for 10s, or 22 for £1. The profits are to be divided amongst charities, as heretofore. There being no head office in Sydney this year, tbe public are in vited to send for tickets direob to the secre tary, Mr. Jas. J. Brpnan, G rattan and Drum niond streets, Cailton, Melbourne, who will forward tiokets to any address, witkout any extra charge for poBtage. In a circular issued by tbe grand president of the order in N.S.W., that gentleman cordially invites the members and their friends throughout the colony tp give the Melbourne committee the sumo support as has been accorded it for the past 28 years in N.8.W. It it probable that steps will shor...

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The Local Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

The Local Paper. Thb Windsor Gazette says :— ' The district man who cannot afford to subscribe to a local paper at three pence per week must be so deep down in the very mire of poverty, that there is little hope of redemption ; that one who being able to subscribe, does not does so, is probably as poverty-stricken in tbe matter of intellect as his fellow is in pocket — and both types of men deserve some sort of sympathy by reason of their abject conditions. But the man who borrows his neighbor's paper, and yet daily spends ten times as maoh in beer as would pay for a whole three months, is worthy of nothing short of a good sound kicking from Hades to Halifax and back again.'

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