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Campbelltown Police Court. SATURDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

CMnjTjiUtown. Polios Court. Satubday, March 5. Barons: Messrs. P jB. Hurley and Win. Graham, Js.P. \ ; ;? OOHWAT V. PIOKEBINQ. ;Thii was aVcase jn which plaintiff, James Oonway; sough t to rt- cover 'from defendant, Stephen Pickering, tbe snm of £9 1Gb 6d, for wages said to be doe. '~ Mr. C. 3. Pagsmore appeared for plaintiff. Defendant pleaded ' not indebted.' Plaintiff's evidence was in effect that he en tered defendant's service at Ingleburn on Sep. tvnlier 16th of last year, having been engaged in Sydney through a Mr. Herbert, the proprie tor of an establishment called the Servants' Home. The wage agreed upon, plaintiff said, was . 10s per week, and he was to do farm work. On arrival at Ingleborn, plaintiff learned that defendant was away from home. He, however, entered tipon bis duties, and a couple of days later — Saturday, 18th Septem ber — defendant returned, Next day (Sun day) plaintiff, in accordance with orders re ceived from defendant, waB proceeding to harness a horse, ...

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

A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown ! The above heading will, of conrse, appear to mist peopl« a& the height of absurdity, yet the absurdity is more apparent than real. It goes without saying Ibat a finish- d maBicai education in the regular courae cannot be had for a crown, or even with ?nml hundred additional crowns ; but can it he truthfully said that the person with a sufficent knowledge of mueic to play accompaniments on the piano oi organ, to all the popular sod standard apniiB of the day has no muiical education r Aasu iedVy not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompaniments to the songt sung » die home, frequently geti and ; gi'* m°re plewvice %tom the modest accomplishment than does many on-whos'e«duoation large Bums hove been ex To the more modeat musical eJucati-jn the above heading applies. Such an education u ngw offered to tbe muBic-UmnitTi-adersoi thie paper for a crown. This ready-male murical education consists of Prutt's Chart of...

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

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

idsceUaneous Mems A. law in Norway prohibits any person from spending more than about 2d in liquor at one visit to a public-house, and stimulants are supplied only to sober persons. The apparent depth of water is always deceptive, because the light reflected from the bottom is refrac ted as it leaves the water. Water is generally about one-third deeper than it appears to be. Five hundred million people now have opportunities of studying the Bible in regions which knew almost nothing of it one hundred years ago. , ' You must give me time, Greorge, to think it over. If s all so strange — so unexpected.' 'I will give you a year's time, if you wish it. My love for you is great enough to bear that strain.' 'Oh, I don't want a year ; give me five minutes.' Subscribe to this paper— Is per quarter.

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Tomato Catsup [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

: Tomato Catsup Makes a nice relish, and can be made cheaply while tomatoes are in seaBon just now Cut tbe frail in smalt pieces aud boil them in their on n liquor until soft ; strum and pass through a hair seive to separate the ekius and seeds -, boil down to a thick pulp, stirring all tbe time ; then add (if a bushel of tomatoes is used) six ounces of salt, six drachms of all spice, one ounce five and a-half drachms yellow mustard, three onnces black pepper, six drachms cloves, three draebms mace, two drachms cayenne pepper, and one gallon viue gar. The spioes mUBt be all ground fine before nsing. Let the whole boil up twice, and when cold, bottle, cork, aud carefully seal. There sbonld be a good sale for this catsup.

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Longest Twelve-Word Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Longest Twelve- Word Telegram. Thbbb were 450 competitors for the prize of fered by an Buglieh journal for tbe longest twelve-word telegram, and tbe winner pot iu the following, which was accepted by the tele graph officers for transmission for sixpence, the regular rate : — ' Administrator General's coun ter-revolutionary intercommunications nncir cumstantiskted. Quartermaster General's dis ?proportronableuus characte.ristica)ly contradis tinguished unconstilutionalists' inconjprebensi btlities.' ?

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

Tongue Twisters. ?? Shb sells sea shells.' . 'She ceaseth and it sufficeth us.' 41 What a shame such a shapely sash should shabby stitches show.' ' Give Grime Jim's gilt gig whip.' 11 If li« sipped, should she sift ?' ' Should a ship's steward ? sell a shabby suit 1 ' '? Sara .sbonld goon sell Shem six shilling single shingles.' ' He threw two true throws.' ' Sh'iuld Sooty Sue seuk cheek 1' Health lies in labor, and there is no royal road to it bnt through toil. . ' Silence is (lie severest criticism,' but most wifes don't seem to know it.' The greatest triumph of mind is irhnn a man knows enough to mind his own business, Canada does not allow a liqnnr dealer or stloon keener to hold any municipal offioe. ' Does ynnr wife always get tbe last word?' 'No; she hasn't any lsst word. She never stops.' * 8AITDEB ft SONS' EUCALYPTI KKX&sV T— tTnder-the distiogaiabed patronage or His Majesty . rtbt.Kiog of Italy, as' per eotnmunloatton mide hy 4)uJCu^ttt(of FDrelKn Aflairt. tbroogb ...

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

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

ICilxd&g* It is very unpleasant milking a restless cow when ' tormented hy flies. If sbe uses her natural means' of defence (her tail) ,it may fjniet the cow at the expense of ths milker. The. best contrivance I ever saw (Bays a con tribhtor) to rid cows of flies at milking time wBg.vB6me boughs of trees tied above the. enw. nnd coming down . just fur enough to enrnr her back' a short distance HpIow her side?. These leaves gently brnsb against the animal and pro tect her. better J hm .she conlri do it herself. Oows nsed to this will swk such refuge, during the hot weather. Grandma (to little granddaughter) : ' Bi'ssii-, dear, rnn to the tannery and see if ih-- oliiclc--n- have laid *ny--gRs ii) Iheoest.' Bi-ssie (re tarsiag) ; 'There's none tliere, grandma, only tlie-«oe_tbey copies by.'

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Do You Wear Stays? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Do Ton 'Wear Stays ? If you do you should exercise great cantion, as tight lacing is possibly one of the most in jnrioas practices among women to-day. Com pression of the abdomen is snre to cause liver trouble of some 6ort. end many a girl has siif Jered years of torture in after life through tight lacing. If the lirer becomes displaced and presses on tlie heart, palpitation is tbe re mit, and this is a most disagreeable as well sb a dangerous complaint. Another thing to be considered is the inability of the various diges tive organs to do their duty if the space' allowed the.m by natnre is taken away. Indi gestion and liver trunble always spoil th« dis position, and incessant suffering makes life jHibearable. Bile Beans for Biliousness are a specific for all cases of Debility, Headache, .Indigestion, Constipation^, and- Liver trouble, and will bp fpund a great boon to all who suffer through tight lacing. W« would reoommend. however, that the latter be abandoned. Bile Beans are fold...

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

. Sumlled. A coolfTBYMAN had been to the city and re turned home brimful of news. ' Yon 'member the Suiiths V' he asked bis wife ; 'tbe Silrer Greek Smiths, them has got rich on the'r gra'father's money t' Yes, she remembered them. . 'Igeen'em. They're way up; live in a grand house they call thavenn. Ther ride in a double kerridge and have no end to money.' She said sbe s'poBed as mncb. ' But, Mandy, you wouldn't want to change places with her. I see her a tninnit, and I .did'nt bev the heart to speak t' her. She's 'been bumbled right down to tbe dust. She's as blind as a bat.' Blind, she guessed not. ' But she is. Fast; she didn't know me — me that's rid down the hill and played tag with Jier, when she warn't knee high to a turkey. jThen, Handy, though her eyes were wide open, she went right along the streuth, all dressed up in bv fine clottu-s, and & little mite of a dag was leading her along. He was tied to a fetreeng and she'd hold of t'other end of the stK-eng. Now, Man...

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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER III.— Continubd. Mas. Hums herself answered the door— one of those women who, while ther make do pro fession rff ladyhood, are yet refined and intelli gent enough by nature to shame many so called gentlewomen. She kissed Lena on the cheek. - o My dear, I was so glad to hear what Mr. Hume told ng yesterday. J bad often won dered what had beoeute of you. I vrate to yoa twice at Madame's' (naming the French dressmaker in whose establishment Lena had been till her marriage) ' but my litters came back unopened.' -Lena 'returned the affectionate greeting warmly. She knew that to some extent she mast trust Mrs. Uuoie. How much, she had not determined when she followed her old frimd into the pleasant, home-like parlor. ' I have so much to tell yon,' she said. 'Take off ynnr things, dear — you must spend the day with us.' ' I have come to ask you a favor. I have liad (o leave my rooms very hurriedly. Dear Mrs. Home, for. my mother's sake, will you let n-« stay h...

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What's the Good? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

V y~*mmm*--- . ytnttfi \btg,«)A of iavor wearing ? : Frowns asglfciniy »» the uiglit I '.?'?Will Jlheyicore iirinfle trouble*? -~-; ? . „? M»ke one tnmhla sei-nS liiore light 1 ? ' ; : Sjjfiiritiey pisfce yitur tenijjrr airiptM-f ' , '?; Will Uiey kwp yiiur hi;»rtl-stDne g*y1 * vi Is U good l» court the dWrkni-sit ? '' : . - iUllier jiv in cladauuib dsy.- ? Whafc's the g.ioil of Jdlf grieving &fti£l-« S-rij;bl daya lliat have fled f Fretting won't recall their pteasDres ; Let 1 he d«ad pa.il keep its deid. . . And, instead of wishing, wishing, * For \h» tbiogs yon cannot get, M«ku tlie torn of what's around yon ; What'a the good of Vuin regret 1 What's the giod of hoarding riches Wiih a miser's grasping, gretdt Baiter ooblj giv* or apcod all , For your own or oilieri' peed. Money will not opeu Heaven— While there's time, just bear in mind — - Ohariiy's Gbd's sweetest virtue; . ? ' ' Wh -d you die wealth stays bAiiud. ....... - \ Everjr heart lias iU own sorrow. ^ Life's made...

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He Learnt Something. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

So Leu&t Soaiotbuig. The other day as a gentleman stood on the Campus Marlins waiting for a car bis bat blew off and want sky-larking down the street. Be was gatheriug himself for a run when an other pedestrian called : ' Stun ! air — ston !' '? Eh \ Speaking to me ; what is it t ' ' Stand still, air .' Don't take a step after your hat !' ' Bnt^ — ' ' Stop !' By this time two women, five men, three boys and a policeman were in chase of tha bat and it was not only speedily run down, bnt the dirt was carefully brushed off by tbe rescuer, before he restored it with a how and smile. 'See?' queried the pedestrian who had cried stop. 'I do. Thanks. I learned something now.'

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Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Soiou Assault oa a Tteam. '? i;' ?'„-?. ; ' ?- -f _.? t - . - ? :^-^ . ??? ?????? '^FOUfi'-TOiSSB. ? ? '??:?%*' : ' '???' ' ' '.- ' ' ' ?? ? ? ' *'*' -TBE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED.!*' To ba set upon by roughs and almost killed/ after going ytfirongh *-w% 80 years 61 III without accident to bealfh or lirin fs ons of tli» hardest experiences we know of. Such, tbongli, was the. fats af Mr. Geo. Batchelor, ? farmer ou 4fa» Barton Hirer, N.S.W., who at l-9 years of age, just when bis, strength would prove most valuable, became the viotim of the attacks of those enemies to life .and limb — Insomnia, Nervous Debility, Despondency, and Intense Suffering. He was rescued, however, by Dt. Williams' Pink Pills for 'Pale People. Our reporter, who found him ploughing, obtained the following particulars : - '? I think,' aaid Mr. Batcbelor, ' my case is one that should ha»« all the publioity possible. I am sixty-five years at age, and have been resident in this district for about twelve yesm. Prior to m...

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Two Buckets and a Pipe. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Two Buckets tol a £ip». Tike tvro oommon water-buckets; eonneot them aV the bottom with ? ?m»ll pips. Now, tmdartake M- fill one of them 'with w«t« ; jfo« perceive at once that the water ^Se to fill the other pill al»o. ' Wb'»t'«-iie uie ot ??ring thttt' you'Mk, roe., ' ErerT fool knowa that water fi- connected rptei voira will Miume Uie a»m» level.' Quite «o.. vYet the wisest' win on earth didn't know it once. U the uncient «om»n8 had known It tr»y- wouldn't have gone to the trouble and expense of building their great aqueducts. 'Oh, 4»n 1 oh, drat 1 After k thing is .pointed out what a lot of people are able loaeeit. - ?-???' ??'? -?'',- ? f .' ? ' ? Butto see it the fiust time! Ah, that take* eyes. To explain it the ran time? Ah, that takes brain*, The blood cltouhted through pipes in (he human- body thousands of yeara before anybody even inspected it. -Isn't that queer } Now, then ia a matter ? . But let OS have an example or two first, and the theory afterwards. A father writes...

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

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Two-acre Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Two^&cw Items. What many «n .Australian , farmer fails to oV on 100 acres the thrirty Hollander in Belgium easily db»s on two nores, panic] [y; snfpjpi'i;* Jargr fatuity and lay by somelhmjf for* rainy ilny, «ay* an ?PxchBOgH. ? '; fle Joi-ait, by omkmg.Uio most of every inch, by heavy 'iiiBiinrine.-ty -allowing jiD-wasls places. His {??« adre» arc surrounded by a sirpam of riniiiinj; «vatep. The typioul trfo-aero Belgium farm contains 6 patch of wbett -ir rye fttid another of barloy - another Fair portion grows potatoes.' A row of cabbage grows all ronud on the sloping sides of the; -stream, with a. row of onions just inside, leaving barely walking room between them and - the grain. ? Tlie shade trees around the house arc pear tree*. Every foot of land ig.nmdc to pro dnoe. He keeps pigs and cliiiiken?. We re fer to this as illustrating the possibilities of land production. In Belgium 0,1)00,000 people, chiefly farmers; live on a piece of land the siie of tho State of' Maryl...

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

/GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of Public Instruction, Sjdney, 18th February, 1898. Attention is directed to Gazette Notice in viting TENDERS far ERECTION of a TIMBER BEAM BRIDGE over ALLEN'S CREEK ROAD, Brongutnn'e Pass to Wil ton Poet-office. Tenders will be received up to the 2 1st March, 1898. 6F-I9 ?-?«- J. H. YOUNG. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 3rd March, 1898. A TTENTION is directed to Gazette Notice ?£*- inviting TENDERS for ERECTION of an IRON BRIDGE over STONEQDARRY CREEK at PICTON. Tenders will be re ceived np to tbo 18tb April, 1898. 6f-22 - J. H. YOUNG. rpENDERB, addressed to the Clerk of Petty -*- Sessions at Carnpiwlltonn, and endorsed ' Tender for RoaStrork,' will be received np to noon ofWedneedny, the 16th day of March, 1898, ior works on the followingToiiiB : — Contract 24/97-98, Bulli Pass tb Oataract River ; 34/97-98, Nurellan to Loddenbain ; S5/97-98, Bulli Pass to Cataract River ; 37/97-98, Cawdor to Westbrook ; 88/97-98, Menangle to Great Southe...

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Bran-water for Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 March 1898

Brfla-w&ter for Cows. : A farmer, writing in .* British paper, advo cates bran-water as a milk Bliniulnnl for cows. One cow thus treated, be say*, giveB.Bll tlie milk required by a family of right, besides yielding 2601b. of butter in a year. Here is the recipe : If yon desire to get n large yield of rich milk, give your cowa every day water slightly warmed and slightly sailed, m which bran has been stirred at the rate nf one quart to two gallons of water. Yon will find, if you have not tried this daily practice, that your cow will give 25 per cent, more milk immediately under the effects of it, and that film will become so at tached to the dint that she will refuse tit drink clear water, unless very thirsty. Bnttbis mesa she will drink at any time, and ask for more. The amount of thie drink necessary is an ordi nary water-pail at a time — morning, noon, and night.

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