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Railway Information. SYDNEY-CAMPBELLTOWN TRAIN SERVICE. Week-day Service; [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

|Uilw»y l»fiaw*^». ' ???? ~ SYDNBy-CAMPBBUJTOWN XBAHt SEBVJJCB. ? f, -???'? ' Week-isy Service! ? ^ Loare Sydney, c Arriv#f&W* ' ?'? fl.S6j|.tt; . ;^ : - . ? 10.P ?.«. 10.86 ?**?? J2-S*. ' ?1.80 p.m. ??? S.pBp.m. t6.15 ; 6»5 t5.18 *.43 6.50 8.23 t 9.00 9-&9 iitn - ' 1 Ai) * m. Saturdays (additional) f 8'00*.m. : 9.08 «.m. ,1.65 p.m. 3.16 p.m. *2.28 3-28 6.10 7.17 Leave C'town. Arrive Sydney. * 4.48 a.m. 6.00 a.m. 7.86 8.46 8.40 9-85 9,16 10.48 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.05 ?:, 8.88 ?*?« 4.00 5.44 8.88 . 1012 Sunday Service : Leave Sydney. Arrive Ctoirn. 9.40 a.m. '11.05 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2.85 p.m. 5.50 7.15 9.00 9-69 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 6.42 8.30 ' 10.05 t Saturdays exoepted. * aionoajre excepwa. , CAMPBBLLTOWN-CAMDEN TRAMWAY Leave Ctown. Arr. Camden. 7.85 a.m. 8- 10 s.m.r 9.16 9.50 10.65 - ' 11.86- f, 3.83 p.m. 4.13^.in. Leave Oamden. Arrive CTtovrn. ' 1 6.50 a.mi ' 7»S0 ?.m. ? +'8.25 9.05 10.05 10.45 2...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. Only one person in six possesses fair hair. Cannibalism is largely increasing in the Congo. The most ancient medicine in the world is hops. Glycerine was discovered a hun . dred years ago. The -King of Italy has never visited the Pope. Soot is one of the finest garden manures known. The Mint recoins 2,500,000 old sovereigns a year. Cheddar cheese ta^s four hours to digest properly. ' Queen Victoria's chief cook re ceives £700 a year. A Chinaman eats twice as much meat as a Japanese. An elephant has more than 200 muscles in his trunk. There are 7900 miles of railway in New South Wales. To every 1000 men in London there are 1123 women. lfeni»4ihfi#iriy animMthatpo8 China teaB are gradually becoming extinct in the British market. * There are over two hundred members of the Privy Council. The ^Queen's household consists of just under a thousand persons. In Malay the human hair fre quently attains a growth of seven feet. A needle passes through eighty jj , distinct op...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREjA.'' The penny postage area embraoes the following towns :— Appln, Bring«Uy, BrownlowHUl, Cam den, Oobbltly, Douglas Park, Eckenley, Glenfield, Oreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Fark, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount-Hunter, Mulgo, NareUsn, The Oaks, Pioton,-*rartons, Thlrlmere, Wallace, Werombi, and Wilton. Out aide these dirtances (be postage it 2d half ounce. W. Wood, Postmaster.

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Postal Xafonoatioii. K»n/s are despatched from OampbeUtown at under : — Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m., S p.m., and S p.m-- Sundays excepted. Weit, 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., Snndayi excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Oamden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays ID a.m. and 6.80 p.m., Sundays exceptedj. NareUon, same time as Oamden. , Mlnto, 8.46 a.m., Sundays excepted. Ingleburn, 8 46 a.m., Sundays except**. GranviUe, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays exoepted. Liverpool, ? p.m., Saturdays excepted; Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 11 a.m. ' .- Picton, fi.80 p.m., Batnrdays 6,^0 p.m.. Sundays exoepted. ??*?''*? Douglas Park, same time as Picton.. Menangle, 10 a.m., Bnndays excepced. Appin, 0 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex. eeptad.

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"They Fail to Think." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

'TUsy Fail tp ThiuJc' What more do I accomplish in this world, with all my- fret and. fever and hurry and worry ? Why do I toil and write and scheme and plan, and go forever Jp and fro npon the earth? Why do we worry? BecauB*, my brothers, we feel, each of ns, that we must live. We cling to life, the best of ns, with an awful tenacity, with e cat-like desperation. We sing of 'a better land' that lies 'beyond tbeclonds and beyond the tomb,' bnt we cling on to this life as though there were only black darkness and despair and everlasting night beyond tbe portals of the tomb. We say with our lips what our hearts are far from feeling. Ton can Bee a good man in church ignore J-be collection plate, or, at best, pnt in a threepenny piece, while he sings with his lips — ' Naught that I hare I call my own, 1 hold it fr the Giver, Uj heart, my life, my aoul, my all, Ate His, and Hie fot ever.'* Oh, we're a race of humbugs and frauds, snd wa hardly ever dare to look our own souls straight io t...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Cunjbelltowa Hunioipal Ootuwil. Jhb regular fortnightly meeting of tbe above ?was held en Thursday evening -l»8t.: There «w«re present : Aldermen BatkeV^Msyor), :Gainbl0, Doyle, Graham, / Fuwlor, Caldwell, vod'Selgwiok. .% . . .'.a *?,.'? .': S.. : The minutes of previous Bofteting were read ' *nd adonted. ;? ?? O»RRE9PP_KDBNCE. .' From the Board of Health, enclosing, lor the council's information, copy of a report Wde on the slaughter-houses within the mani joipality. It was askad that the suggestions 4nade therein be given effeot to. ?: Rroivad, on tha motion of Aldermen Sedg wick and Fowler. .' From Mr. A. R. Payten, enclosing account (for one guinea professional services (Town 'Hall Btage). , . Referred to the finance committee; on the Emotion of Aldermen Graham and Gamble. : From the Public Works Department, jaoknowlcdging the receipt of a communica jtion from the council concerning repairs to tho fapproaches of the bridge over George's River, which had been effected by the lat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

? BAJtDBE4HON6-jS0OAiYETIEXrBA.CT.- TJoaertiie dUtingui.tied patronage of His M*Je»ty itha'jXfag Of Italy,' as per ebmnunioationimada by. ithakinUtor for Foreign Affaus, through the Con iautDoneral for.. Italy, at Melbourne, Uaroh l«h, ittttoai 18SS. -Ae1mow!*dgea*y Medical Clinic* SanBtVnivenltiesAlLever.tbepipbe. -. Tbe»«re(mlUtfona^r Eucalypti Extract in the «&a8cet, producu of aiwple dlsCllttion, forming ordd«ie«lnoui-olui. In order tfeat then crude oiu M not be taken for rout .pure, Volatile Eucalypti ?Exfract, which i» recognised b? (lie Mediosl Divi sion of th» Prussian ttorerament to be of perfectly put* origin, »? per information forwardM to n» through the OoobuI at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, weatste:— - : U bjpntfeafty teata made by the Medical Clinics of the Vnlvetsiti.es of Bonn and Griefswald (Pnu eia)tand reported to by Dr. SohluU, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor tor. Mossier, Director of the Medieal Clinet at Griefawald, that only products that...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Lava Tennis. After a recess of two or three month*, play was resumed at Urn Oanipbelllowh Lawn Tennis Clnb's court on Wednesday last. The gather ing was a large one, over sixty Indies nnd gentlemen gracing the ground with their pre sence, some of wlmni came from the surrouud ing' districts. Tbe interest manifested id the re-opening augurs well for tho tennis season just entered upon, and players will doubtless ntnrn to practice, with renewed enthusiasm. Mrs. Kidd kindly provided afternoon tea for the large number assembled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

WE ABB THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^^^^^^^^S§^^ niJ II All S and aU kinds of PIAPS, j hjsbii^ ORGANS i Instruments C^CS*^^»Tsv W AUSTRALIA. ?-..,.. ... - ,-., We buy for cash at the Factories ! -This it the -reason !. ~r we can give our Customers such good value, at'Ieast 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 m Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We haveW - the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. If you send your order by post you can reljis upon our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally present to select Catalogues sent post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Terms can be arranged for any Instrument. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., GET OR. WAUGH'S. The day waa young aad not Ux spent, -? As/throtuz h the busy streets there went A' youth (as yet unknown to fame), . . ^'Hng aloft the well-known name — ' « DB. WinOH'fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

A Mother's Wish. A mother's proudest and happiest wish is to help so ambitions son in bis early atruggles to attain eminence in his chosen walk of lift. To such a son a robust mother, with a healthy mind in s healthy body, is the best connsollor, and ths best spur. Many mothers are sickly, fretful, helpless, creatures, tortured beyond en durance by the pains of their own wrecked con stitutions. An ambitious yonth receives little encouragement or sound advice from Buch a mother. Most ill-health among women is due ! O Jg. y to. weakness and disr V-.j^/^ si *g8e °^ tne orRaDB | '-»MS^/ / distinctly femine. If ! -^ Jr?T\ / / the8fl Parts ar« we»k -//'v.'^'\ and diseased, the en /i .V* '/ '^A *««» system snffers. ?OJX / '* AS I* '9 1mt* naST t0 fM^SS.WklssfflP k'eP 8' *'le orSans ^^*^ \5TmF of tlie body 'n ? iA(4-*^.5|i W healthy, vigorous ''* ^^' state with s little care and attention. Many remedies aot in snob a violent manner that^tbeir use is more harmful tban beneficial. Bile Beans ...

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Burglars at Campbelltown. DARING ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

BuffleJ. at Gampfcelltowa. ?- Dabino Robbeeies. Tbe burglar has been in evidence during the: past week. Early on Monday morning he made his presence felt, effecting, in a most daring manner, entrances to the premises of three well-known residents — Messrs. 'Hartey,' D. Cox, P. Newman, and Warrant-Officer HoloiBD. At Mr. Netrman'n he was disturbed, but the premises of Messrs. Cox and Holman were goDe through completely, various articles, of the value of about £40. beine abstracted. Tha loss to Mr. Cox is greatest — between £20 and £30, whilst Mr. Holman estimates that be was relieved of the equivalent of £12, the visitors having a preference for jewellery. The first the police heard of tbe matter was at about half-past twelve, when Constable Aucketi, who was on dnty in Allman-street; heard two shots fired. ' Thinking it might be an orchardist protecting himself against the ravages of tha flying foxes, he did not pay much attention to the matter. Later on, how ever, be heard two more ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

A matoli took place at Menangle on Satur day last between teams representing the dairy men of north and sooth Menangle. Mr. Cum mins captained the former, and Mr. Finn the latter. An enjoyable afternoon was spent, and the game resulted in a draw. P. Bonrke (56, not) for the north and Starr (36, retired) for the south were the principal scorers. A re turn match is contemplated. A match between the Appin and Campbell town junior dobs was played on tho former's wicket on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the Campbelltswn boys by one. innings and 20 runs. Scores : Campbelltowo 74 (J. Gard 15, W. Ring 12, A. Brown not ont 10, E. Taylor 10). Appin : First innings 13 ; second 41 (P. Woodland 10).

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Cricket. A MATCff was played at Uampbelltown on Saturday last between an eleven representing the WoJIongong district and the Campbelltown dub, and resulted in a win for tbe visitors by 12 runs. Scores r — Campbelltown. J. H. Payten, b Cummins ? 2 A. O. Fayteti, c Bnarko, b Cummins ? 17 D. Bigelsford, 0 Bennett, b Uickman.... 39 F. Clissold, c Bennett, b Brown ? 2 ?T. H. Sullivan, run out ? 1 A. E. Fowler, c Beatson, b Hickman.... 27 H. M-Innes, b Cummins ? 8 J. E. Davies, not out ? 2 T. J. Lees, b Cummins ? 7 J. Hickey, c and b Cummins ? 1 G. Sullivan, run out ? 0 Sundries ? 19 125 WoLLONGONG DlSTElCT. A. Beiteon, c Fowler, b G. Snllivari ? 69 W. Richardson, c Davies, b J. Sullivan 32 E. Brown, b Fowler ? 10 A. O'Brien, b Fowler ? , 0 A. Bennett, c Davies, b Fowler ? 2 J. Galvin, absent ? , ? 0 W. Bourke, 0 M'luoea, b G. Sullivan „. 6 E. Cupitt, c Fowler, b J. Sullivan ? 6 W. Wade, not ont ? 8 F. Hickman, hit wicket ? 0 A. Cummins, b J. Sullivan ? 0 Sundries ? i 137

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Pjussdytmuah Chuhcii. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during autn trit*'™onths at 7.30. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Keligious nutraetion, publio school. Thursday, 7.J0 p.m.— Prayer meeting and choir practise. The Minister may be seen at the Mame on Fridav «venlngs, 7-9. Rkv. D. Moobe, B.A. Rnv. R. Sikbl, M.A. (in charge).

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

CoXORBOATIONAL ChVBCB. Sunday: Horning at 11, evening at 7. Communion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing service. Monday: Bible class, 8. p.m. Wednesday: Services and choir practice, 7.45 p.m. Service every Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3 o'clock. Bejvica on alternate Sundays at Appin at 3 p.m. Rev. G. A. Raves.

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Old Fridays. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

V:-.' -'???? rok^Piiiafc ? Tfl«BB «ro no TriBhdg like old frimdf, -^ And none K-.j,'ood and true, ? ? : We greet ttivm wiit-n we meet them ? A** rotes greet .{fatf dew. - -' No J-Mier f anna's »r» dearer, .: ?«- . . ??V .Stiougli Wb tof Kiidred mould; 4«id wkile we jirtee ihe Dew one*, ' - W-e treasure &6re tlie old. TliBre an no tnendt like t-ld friends. Where'er we dwell or roam, Id lands bevond (he ocean 'Ot near the bounds of home. . And when they «nrfle to gladden, 'Or toinetimea frown io guide, . W* fondly wish those old friends , Were elwaya by our side. _ ?'? - Tlitre are no friends like old friends, 1 To help us witb ihe load Tiiat all must bear who journey O'er life's uneven road. And when unconquerad sorrows ^tbe weary hoori invest, Tbe kindly words of old friends Am always found the bait. . There are no friends like old friends, To calm our frpquont fears, When ^hadows fall and deepen Through life's declining year*. And when oor filtering footsteps Approach the g...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Local and General There were do cases at ibe police court od Saturday. The social to be held at M-'angte to-morrow (Thursday) evening promises to be a great suc cess. The quarterly Licensing; Court for the dis trict will be held at Campbelltown on Satur day, 23rd April, at 10 a.m. A Hamburgh astronomer is (aid to have discovered a second moon, wnich will be visible on July 30th this year. A special mcetiug of the Inglebnrn Coun cil will, be held next Tuesday erening, at 8 o'clock. The uinsl monthly meeting takes place on April 5th, at 8 p.m. The Inglebpra Council, by advertisement in another column, invites tenders for the position of valuer. Tenders will be received up to 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 22nd iust. The South Coast and West C«mden Coope rative Co. report nudor date March 12th : ? ?f Batter. — We -h»ve experienced splendid sales all. the went. The Victorian market is firm, with sn upward tendency.' By advertisement in another column, Mr. T. Gamble announces an important propert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

To Let, Wanted, &c (18 Word*, Is Cash'. If Buoked, la Cd.) T?OR SALE,— Grey Pony, strong ; suitable -*- for harness and saddle ; no further nse. Mes. Bennett, ' E»orn,' Minto. TO LET, at Minto, Cottage (four rooms), -with 11 acres ; low rent to good tenant* Apply, £. Herhohn-, East Minto. TO LET, at East Minto, Cottage (occupied as post-office), one acre land ; rent low ; good opportunity for trustworthy person.— Ap- ply, E. Hbeboen, East Minto. WANTED known that eighteen words io this column costs Is, cash. TOR POSITIVE SALE at APPIN, ON . mDAY, 18th IARCI, At 12 noon, THOMAS GAMBLE Has been instructced by the Trustees to sell, on the abjve date, , ^^.^ ? ^ THE Building and Plant known as the APPIN CREAMERY, consisting of Engine, Boiler, Alexander Separator, B«bcock Tester (new), Tanks, Scales, Cans, and all ap pliances appertaining to the working of a Creamery. . ^' Terms Cash at Sale; PROPERTY SALE J AT' INGLEBUBN. THOMAS~GAMBLE Has been favored with instructions from MR....

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Webleyan Chtbch. March 20-Mr. B. Proctor at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 a,m. Pictok Parish ? Roman Catholic March SO— Appin at 9, Menangle 11.30 Rev. D. A. Hsrnett. The Campbelltown Herald WITH WHICH IS 1NCOEPOBATED THE CAMPBELL TOWN LIBERAL. WEDNESDAY MABCH 16 1898.

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Told by the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

TolA fcy tlu Hair. Mbk with fine, light hair have ability, and know it ; they are apt to be extremely selfish* Wen with fine, brown hair, light or dark, are quick, thoughtful, and leas selfish than their very light or very -dark-haired brothers, Those whose, hair turns grey prematurely, are nearly always good fellows. They ere 4 little nervous, but ere brainy, sympathetic, and very honorable. -A The woman with pale blonde hair, or .tbe colourless, ashy kind, are impulsive, loving, fiokle. On the contrary, those with dark brown hair are very loyal. Tfaty are full of senti ment, 'and easily affected. They enjoy kee,nty and suffer in' proportion. ? *%,? Women with: fine, black hsir are high strung ; and those with coarse, 'black hair/fT they ate smart, arc nearly always mean. All women with dark hair are more tempes tuous tban those with light hair. The dark eyes aud complexions that go with different shades pf dark brown bair and black hair, denote strong feeling. They are also more f...

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