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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER IV. Three months had passed. Society papers had duly chronicled the adoption of Lady Helena Beahaun by her uncle, and added a paragraph announcing the departure of tho earl and his niece for the centineot. Lord Rossitur loved her almost as if she ;had been bis own child, and her variable '?pints and evidently failing health troubled him more than ho could say. tpvain fat suggested doctors ; Lady Helena refitted to seek medical aid. - -Lord Roisitur wae literally at his wits' end, and the morning's mail had brought a letter 'which materially added to bis difficulties. ' Are you better this morning, Nell ?' he asked, whan he had kissed her fondly. ' Nell' was his fnvorite name for her. She shook her head and replied : ' I don't feel much stronger, Uticle Alan.' 'I am in a sad dilemma, dear. I was going to consult yon about it.' He explained to her that it was necessary for= him to go away to an important mission for a con pie of months ; but he did not li...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

▲ Housemaid's Trials. ' Miss Kate M'Lkan, a Victorian yonng lady, 19 years of age, up to ber 16th birthday re sided under the parental roof at Forest Greek Road, Castleinaine. About three years ago she went to Melbourne, having obtained a position as bouse and parlor maid. She was hot destined to lead a happy existence there, however, for, though not strong before making tbe chance, she soon fell a victim to ereat weakness, neuralgia, and anasmia — truly a for midable trio to combat. In conversation, with our reporter, sh« said, — ' When I came 'to Melbourne, just after I had passed my 16th birthday — three years ago last November— I thought the .change would benefit my health, and my appointment gave me the opportunity of combining business with pleasure. ';?'__ ?'' ' I was in a situation at Brighton, and had tbe full benefit of the sea air, yet in less than three months I had to give it up.' - ' ' ' In what manner were you affected f ' : ' Principally in the head aDd nerves. The l...

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Dont's for Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

Dont's for Wives. Don't give your husband inferior food, or badly-cooked meals. Indigestion and insuf ficient nourishment spoil a mau'a temper. Don't work him too much at home. When yon want him to do anything, feed him up with smiles! A willing hnr.ee is w-lhlus feed ; an unwilling one may throw over the traces. Don't give the baby all the smiles and kisses. Save some for daddy ! The infant gets lots of people to kiss him, but daddy doesn't, at least we hope not. Encourage daddy ! . i.

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Obituary. THE LATE MR. P. B. HURLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 March 1898

OBITUARY         THE LATE MR. P. B. HURLEY. ANOTHER familiar face and fignre — another of the well-known land-marks of the distriot— has been removed from our midst, and the place which ones knew him shall know him ho more.                     It is with unfeigned sorrow that we have to record the fact that during the past few days our well-known and highly-esteemed fellow townsman, Mr. P. B. Hurley, has been called to his rest. Although Mr. Hurley has been under medioal treatment off and on for the past three years, no immediate danger was an ticipated, and his sudden demise came as a great shock to his many friends. The de censed gentleman was going about as usual, attending to his many duties, during the week ; and even up to the time he retired for the night — about 9.30 on Friday evening — was appar...

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

Miscellaneous Memo.         A heavy gale has prevented the Spanish flo tilla from leaving Cadiz for Cuba.                               The Japanese Government are believed to be     on the point of calling for a loan of £6,000,000. A young man named Edgar Menses was drowned while bathing in a waterhole at Bow ral on Sunday.             At Collingwoed (Vic.) on Saturday night, a   cottage was destroyed by fire, and two child ren names Jones were burned to death. Mr. Frank Farnell, M.P., describes the last trawling trip of the Thetis as the most success ful of the lot. In one haul over 4000 market- able fish were scoured. &...

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Two Buckets and a Pipe. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Two Suokets and a Pipe. Take two common water-bucktU ( oonoeot them at the bottom witb a smah pipe Now, undertake to fill one of them with water ; you perceive at once that the water tend* to fill the other pail also. 'What1* the use of saving that t' you a»V me. ' Every fool knows that water in connected reaei-. voini will assume the *ame level.' Quite ao. Yet the wisest men on earth didn't know it one*. If the ancient Bonana had Jwown it they wouldn't have gone to the trouble and expense of building their great aqueducta. Oh, doar! oh, dear ! After a thing t« pointed out what a lot of people are able to see it. But to see it the must time! Ah, that takes eyes. To explain it lbor.BBT timer Ah, that takes tnaina, The blood circulated through pipes in the human body thousand* of yean before anybody even suspected it Isn't that queer r Now, there is a matter ? . But let as have an example or two firat, and the theory afterwards. A father writes '.hue about hi* daughter : ' During the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

j -* - ^p. CAPTAIN FER&1TSOHY i ? Pq&?^'$J& Private Secretary, to. \ i : £mfgX? HIS EXCELLENCY : ; 4&i$^a^5?' THE GOVERNOR! ! ! of N.s. TTaies. ; ;- ; ?„.... Writes :r- f' . ! ?? I bee to inform you that the sample pafeket of & : 4 ''??! cetioh |^ - ' you were good enough to send me, wax prepared for HJs Excellency, ; ' i \ ana the Tea scemea to be of BXCELIJENT Quality.' , , . The Nirvana Ten Co. which puts up its T»a in lead in the Country ] [ ', ', in which it is grown, in order that i- may reach the public in the original - - ] ' packets, has appointed as its local agant-» ', ', ':': -. gy^r Dobell Brothers, Camden. | I I ' From whom FREE package may be obtained. & ' ' At this well-known Grocery Uousfe will get Us Tea direct frrfm % . '. ', ceylon. consumers will be given an opportunity of purchasing their Tea A ' ' off the very Gardens that produce itj ' , $ ! ; is pounds nnd iialv r:»uM»s. «. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

She Works Hard. ? KB I a^sji The life of a ssr ?— ? I ^H| means an easy one. gj| Working about 14 jQl HW hours a day, and. @-V--vJs|hI hard work at that,. £_JvvX*^\. ?l they don't get much \L~s& w\ '?$' J t'lne ^or out'°*oor 'iTgj'?]/ \ J:-T^hf\ exerc'8e- Their meals-. 43T* ^aLV^ffigaware oftentimes cold,. * and they get tbem at all hours. Washing and scrubbing, bend ing over a tub, or kneeling on a damp floor, are not the healthiest .positions io the- world,, and the wonder is that servant girls don't be come broken dowo soouer tban tbey do. Tbeir indigestion, however, is always more' or less impaired, aud this necessitates s course ot Bile Beans. All ailments arising from poor diges tion, such as Biliousness, Indigestion, Consti patioD, Debility, Headache, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,) etc., are cured by tnis wonderful remedy. Female weaknesses, too, are very* often caused by derangements of the liver or stomach, and Bile Beans never fail to give permanent relief in cases o...

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

J/^ffWftTia^'^ftBaj JffeSS* Another heavy flood is expected ut Mary borough (Q.). A coincidence. — The anniversary ef the BulH colliery disaster eecurs this week. ? Tbe explosion cf firedamp at Dudley col liery .was louder than the boom, of a cannon. The March for tlte bodies of the entombed miners at 'Dudley was resumed yesterday morn ingv So far, two bodies have been recovered/I from the mm*. A disease has. broken ont among the sheep ot Garrs, near Mulong, wbicb, causes blind ness. The plsgae continues with grest virulence at Bombay, where the deaths average 21$ -Wfr- ? A prospector named John Herbert died at Oue from the effects of- laudanum, taken tu in duce sleep. A Rao&wiek milk vendor, Edward Eigby, was on Monday fined £2 tor selling, milk con taining 24 percent, of water. The Berry Central Butter Factory has just had an electric installation, completed through out the buildings. Chins has only agreed to the demands made en France's- behalf, as far. as- they, affect t...

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Tree Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Tree Lucerne. South Australian: farmers are devoting a good deal of attention to ' tree lucerne,' botanically known as ' togosale.' It is de scribed as undoubtedly the hardest and most promising fodder plant that has yet been intro duced into the colony.. Neither frost or drought affect it, but it does not like tbe wet soil. Thirty to forty tons is tbe computed annual output of a five-year-old: plantation, and many authorities look on it as the best stand-by for dry seasons. Horses -thrive.' well on it, often preferring it to uneaten hay. The fodder is somewhat course, particularly at the end of spring, when the seeds are hardening, but sprinkling of molasses and' water, renders it mors palatable. - . Confirmation services were held in Sf. John's Anglican Chnrch, Csmdsn, on Saturday after noon last by the Bishop of New Guinea,. when 13 applicants were admitted. After the ser vices a reception was held in the rectory grounds, and was largely attended. In conversation with Mr. Pateson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

JOfe PROVING executed at thr office of THIS PAPER on the shortesV nolise, and AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. The Campbelltown Herald. One of the Bi-et Adverlising*Mcdinmg out of Sydney.

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Congregational. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Congregational. The Rev. G. A. Raves, B.A., is concerned about the number of people in Caoipbelllown who attend no {place of worship at all. The fact that so Many young men avoid the churches causes him genuine regret. However poorly dressed, tbey will receive a hearty wel come at the Congregational Olmrch. Mr. Raves intends to do his best to attract non chnrcli-gocrs. There will be a special service on the last Sunday evening of every month, when there will be a short, bright, interesting address — not a 'dry' sermon dealing witb subjects that have no point of contact with present life, but a popular address, attractive and up to date. San key's hymns wilt be sung at tbe special services. Next Sunday evening Mr. Ravss will discuss that weird tale by Robert Louis Stevenson — 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde' — the tragic straggle between the bet ter and worse solves within a man. A month hence, D.v., be will base his address on Conlson Kernahao's startling book, '-}nd and the Ant.' It is hop...

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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

THE PSALM. OF LIFB. Teh me not in mournful numbers, . Advertising Joes not pny j For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is real ! Life is earnest ! And the man who hopes to rise To success in any celling Munt oxpeot to advertue. In the world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rioh men all remind us, We can make our beart sublime. And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone Hie constant gnaw ofTowser Masticates tbe toughest bone The constant oooing lover Carries off the blushing mai . And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the rade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

' '-- IHre-ARE THETARGEST IMPORTERS OF .^|||gf|||pggg^W HI Ail A A S and all kinds of ?f IANQS, ; M«Al*-* ORGANS ! Instruments C5*C--*O'O IN AOSTHAtlA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least so 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 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 Terms , can be arranged for any Instrument. ! W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., Miscellaneous 2Sme Woman (to tramp) : ' How's the soup?' Tramp: 'It ain't quite strong enough, ma'am ; wish you'd wash a few more dishes in it.' Mrs. O'Toole : ' Good marnin' to ye, Misther Hooligan...

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, March 21, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

' lESTJEOt JSQpOrti SOVTU OOABT AND WEST O&MDBN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. t\ Sntttr M«reh 21. 1897. Butter, creamery, vet lb., S\i lo 9d „ factory, 8d to «14 „ tnt quality, dairy, Oi 7d to 8d ,, second quality, dairy, id to fld Bacon, bei-t hnua-eured 7d tu 7JI bacon, beat uuichiue cared, 6|d to Od Bacon, beat Wry and rough, 6Jd Hunt, but * end-cored, S^d to 9d H«nis, marhine cured, 7$d to 84 Lard, Bjil to 6d Cheese, tint quality, 4}d to rtjd Honey, !id to 211 Hide., pe. lb., 2id«»4t CaHakine, eaih, 9J to 2a Od Flour, Brat quality, per ton, £13 Oi «d U £13 Id* FJour, second quality, £18 Sa Mtite, per biwbel, new, 3a od to Sa 2d Wu««t, 34 Bd to 4a 6d Cbafl, per tun, «3 16a Od to £4 Qa 04 Bulty, Knglian, ptr bushel, 3s Bd tu SsSd „ Cape, Sa Bd to :?-» 5d ', Bye graVa aeed, pi-r buik, ta Od io S* 64 Cocksfoot groat ai «d, per bub., 9* to 9* fid Bran, Ui to 8d Pollard, »4-l to SJ Oata. aped, Sa 8d to % lOd Oats, teed, &- Si to 2a €J Onions, per ton, £6 8i Od to £6 1...

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Influenza and Its Treatment. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Influenza and Its Treatment. The following appeared in the 'Border Post,' Albury, during the last epidemic of' influenza in that town (14th December, 1897) :— A qualified medical practitioner writes : — ' Having read about the epidemic outbreak of influenza, io your city, I wish to state my ex pfrieBc* with- tba-t malady,, and leave it to the public whether they wish to avail themselves of the remedy I am going to suggest or cot. During tbe last epidemic of influenza in Lon don, I was engaged as medical officer in St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, and during tbe short time it lasted treated a considerable number of patients, finding that especially the nervous symptoms, such as headache, extreme weakness, restlessness, etc., were greatly im proved by tbe following medicinal treatment : —I had an ordinary wide-monthed magnesia bottle filled with boiling water, and poured upon tbis 20 to 30 drops of extract ef enca Ijffttia, and mads the patient inhale tb« vapor thus produced as long a...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

CHURCH SERVICES. Chubch or England. —St. Pbtkrs. . Sunday sttrieea : Morning «t 1 1, evening at 7 In winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy ComtDunfon : First Sunday in the month at ronrning service; 3rd Su'-day,'7.i6 am, except in ihe months of Juop, July, and Augott. On feattvala,. as announced. Wednesday: Service at 7.30 p.m. ; choir practice at 8 p.m. Friday : Short service at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clans. Denham Court— St Mary's : Morning, March 13, 27, April 10 ; afternoon, March 6, SO, April S. St James1, lnglebmn— Moruing, March 6, 20, April 3; afternoon, Mcrea 13, ST, April 10. Evening service when announced. Rsv. T. V. AtvK.

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Tenders for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Tenders fox Soadwwk T&R following, tenders — the lowest -in vach contract — were opened by Mr. Harley D. Cox (Resideul Engineer) at 10 a.m. on Thursday, I7lh iogt. :— Contract 24/97-8, Ball! Pass to Cataract River ? A. Brown, £65 10s. Contract 34, -.NireHaa to Luddenhsm. — Joo. Adams, £77 6s. Contract 35, Bulli Pass to Cataract River. — T. W. Evans, £54 ?s. Contract 37, Oswdor to Westbrook. —Joseph Doust, £20'Ss. ' Contract 88, Menangle to Great Southern Road ? .Joseph Douat, £26 2s' fid. Contract 89, Picton rm Tbe Oaks to Blax 'and's Crowing ? Joseph Doust, £168. Contract 40, Barker's Lodge via Thirlmere to Bacgo River.— Phillip Maxwell, £26 19s. . - Contract 4&, Main Sonth Coast Road- with in Campbelltown Municipality. — James Hay don, £57 10?.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

ROIIIN CilHOLlO CtUHtCH. Sunday: First Mm, 8.30 a.m. ; aecond Mas, 11 a.m. ; Vespers, etc., 7.U0 p.m. Holy day* of Obligation i Mass, 9 a.m. ; evening devotion. 7.38. Ohrlatmsa,Day— At 7, 9, and 11 a,m Bet. J. Dunnb.

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Menangle. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Xenaagle. Poesdakt to advertiaement, a social, was held fa the Menatigle Hall on Thursday craning last, 17th inst., in aid of the funds of the. Boman Catholic Cbnt-oh. Tbe social proved highly successful and 'thoroughly enjoyable. Some 60 onouies were 'present, including ▼!»?- lors frpntCflmiibellttiwnj Caniden, Picton, and otliet^ia^S jf ^thB^diatrict, and es the' affair proved snch « financial success, * respectable ssm will have been raised, which will go towards reducing the debt on the building. First-class music was supplied by Messrs. Williamson (piano) and K'nchiug (violin), whilst Mr. P. Bergin acted efficiently as M.O. Choice, light refreshments were provided by the ladies of the congregation, and were much appreciated. The proceedings, which com menced at an early hour, broke up in time to allow visitors from the north of Menangle to catch the morning mail train. The Rev. D. A. Haraett, parish priest, and did much to entertain the visitors. M!sb Lizzie Payten snd Mr. P. Q...

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