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

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Wise aqd Otherwise. A good ' example is the best ser mon. ' ! A good name keeps its lustre in tiie dark. A single hair will bear a weight of 1150 grains. Self-denial is indispeneible to a strong character. There are eighteen towns called Brooklyn in the United States. I Over six thousand people Bleep in the open air in London nightly. There is always hope in a man that actually and earnestly works. Silence is the severest criticism; but some wires don't seem toknbw it. ? Can anyone improve bis condi tion by whining? If not, whine not. Why is there nothing like leather? Because it is the sole support of man. It is estimated that in England one women in every «x earns her own living. The largest theatre in the world is the Paris Opera House, It covers 'L ihree acres. Tt ie not so honorable to descend from a high ancestry as to ascend from a low one. A fraud may be polished to look look the real, but it will soon need another rubbing. Never let your ?zeal- outrun ' your charity ; the f...

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. The penny .postage area embraces the following towns :— Appin, Bringdly, Brownlow Hill, Cam- . den, Oobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Glenfteld, jOreendale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park, Inglebum, ILuddenham, Mcnsngle, Minto, Mount ' Hunter, iMulgo, Karelian, The Oaks, Piolon, Prestons, Thirlmere, Wallace,' Werombi, and Wilton. Out- ' aid* these distances the pottage Ss 2d half ounce. i ? W. Wood, Postmaster.

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

Postal Infonnatioa. M*as are despatched from Gampbelitown as I under : — Sydney and North, 8.46 a.m., s p.m., and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. West, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundayi excepted. ? South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. ? ? Camden, 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Karelian, same lime as Oamden. ' Mioto, 8.45 a.m., Sondeye excepted. Ingleburn, 8 46 a.m., Sundays excepted. Graoville, t p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepted. Liverpool, S p.m. , Saturdays excepted. . Wedderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, II a*ni) Picton, 6.30 p.m., Saturdije 6.30 p.m., 8unday« exoepted. - ? . , ' Douglas Park, same time at Pioton, ' Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.36 a.m., Sundays ex oepted. ? .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUpA£,T*II;BXTRA- 1— Under %hfe distin^aUhsd plottage. j)f His i&USeaty the IUri§ of Italy, as *er-«o«aj!mriit!»tion inade 1»y the MlnUteTIor Foreign -AfltJrt, thrbngh the Con «ul Oeneitl lor Italy, M Melbotttnp, M«rob Uth, 1878. * Awarded -diplotn», it , the-Atajterdam fiichi biti^,«B«. ;;?Ai)kADii*dSia-'bT-5edi(i»i; CUnici *ud t7ni*«t*Ulea *ltavet the Globe. ' - : Then are imitations of . Sucalyptt Eitraot in tne, ?ftaxlGfi!^iu!pdaet|kjj{ simple dutillatioPf ioitoixitt iiiraM^Mff biU:'T To cider that ibsae eruta oili nuveot be taken Ibi' our pure Volitile Biioalypti, Bxtract, wbiohJB recogaUe^ by the Mediosl DLvi-, pure origin, «i per iuformitiJn forwarded to fas tlpoifgh.the Consul ist 'Melbourne, March pi 1878, we state: — ' ? It it proved Jwjteits made by the Medical Clinics of the Uairmlti. i of Konn and Oriefawald (Prus u&), and reported to by Dr. fiohtyts, Pioinsox of Piurasoology al Bonn, and'Prbfe»8or Dr. Mossier, Director ttf the Med...

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

Sporting1 Notes. The Englishmen's match against South Australia failed to excite tbe public. The final match of a visiting team cboald certainly be a lest match. Interest wanes when the big sngagewonts are over. M'Laren did not play at Adelaide. He con tented himself honeymooning at Governor Brasiey's country house at lovely Healcsville, in the Qippaknd country. Ranji played so cautiously at Adelaide that he made five rnns daring 85 minutes, bat later on he lashed out and compiled 40 before being clean bowled by Jones. The Englishmen dreaded Jones' bowling more than any other. Seven wickets for 80 ruus on a first-class wicket is a fine record. Word comes from Melbnnrne that the Uni versity has put a world's record against Essen doo. Seven wickets have so far fallen for 928 runs, and 1000 runs are not improbable before the three remaining wickets fall. Some of tbe scores :— Miller 205, Osborne 190, Quirk 179, Fitcherfjeld 158 nut out. The Essendon meti should be experienced scouters ...

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Partial Paralyais and Acute Indigestion. AN ASTOUNDING AND MIRACULOUS CURE. BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Partial P«ralyBia and Acute ladi ffostion. AN ASTOUNDING AND MIEACULOUS CURE. BY BE. WHMAM8* PINK PILLS FOE PALE PEOPLE. The following is an absolutely true and concise account of tbe astounding cure of tbe well known jockey, Mr. T. H. Luropsrd, of 15 Fisher-street, Adelaide (8. A.), from acute chronio indigestion and partial paralysis through the use of a few boxes of Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People. To trainers and jockeys especially, and to tbe general pub lic as well, this narrative will prove of astound ing benefit and interest :— ' I have been a sufferer for years,' «»i.. M-. Limpard during the interview, ' with chronic indigestion and internal injuries received acci dentally from horses. A horse threw me hesvity when I was about 16 years* of age, and I lay nnconscious for six hoorB. I was carried home to where I was then living at East Wel lington, Sooth Australia, and for days after I was totally unable to move. I was Again badly injured when riding tbe horee ' New...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Passing Nots. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Passing Notes. It was quite a little sensation wbicb quiet old Campbttlltown experienced ou Monday week, when reports of bonsebreakinj; were rife, and proved to bs only too true. Pretty well every man — from : alderman downwards— distinctly n-roemb«redj-av)ng beard a strange noise and stealthy footsteps juAbntaide tits own bedroom window (those who were rubbed exempted), and now gels quite angry if yon suggest tbat it coald have been anything on this wide earth but a desperate though unsuccessful attempt by burguirfc. It wte ever thus. jW«? ara all prone to share in tbe glory of distinction, even though it be a burglary (providing the man does. not aotnally get into the house. Tbe police might wake a mental nota of the foot that alt those who were victimised, or attempted, were Civil Servants. The thieves were, therefore, evi dently under tb* impression tbat those only were likely to have jewellery or stray coin, and the marauders are therefore probably foreign ers, wbo have never h...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Confessions of an Actress. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Confessions of an Actress. Ali. actresses confess that professional life now-a-days is by no means a bed of roses. To be forced to play a part with a cheerful coun tenance when one is suffering from any kiud of indisposition is very trying. Anyone who hat suffered from indigestion knows how hard it is to accomplish anything during an attack. There is a dull, heavy feeling in the head, and an indisposition to work. Even thinking is wearisome. Indigestion is one of tbe most common ills of to-day, and it is due in a great measure to tbe svay in which the present gene ration live. We rush to onr business, to our meals, to onr pleasures,. and incidentally to our graves. We eat loo much too hurriedly, and too often the most indigestible fond.. Indigep tion and dyspepsia (which are closely allied) assert themselves in various ways. A heavy feeling across the chest after eating, bad taste in tbe mouth, loss of appetite, and a sallow complexion are all symptoms, and constipation, general deb...

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

A Newspaper Sous. Thb bognt interview by the New York Herald of Mr. O. H. MacFarlane, of Melbourne, who was represented as having a Maori princesB, named Tonouaroanu, with £7000 a year at her disposal, is enjoying a world-vide notoriety (says the Melbourne Argus). An article was published in the Argus re cently showing that Mr. MacFarlane was re ceiving letters and broken-down nobleman all Europe, asking to he placed in communication with tbe priooess, and offering to marry her out of hand. Tbe last letter is from a person who desireB to marry Tonomaroaun and her £7000 ' be cause of the grand opportunities for scientific research which such an income affords,' It seems that Pearson's Weekly, a. London publication, reproduced tbe hoax with terrible conseqnences to itself, The editor complains, with evident bitterness, that bis office has been iutindated with a flnod of letters from would be suiters of the dusky priucess. ' We have,' be says, ' received thousands — yes, thouf nde — of...

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

Pioaio at Campbelltowa. Tbk annual picnic was given the children at tending the Coavent and Primary Schools, Oampbelltown, on Thursday last (St. Patrick's Day). The picnic, which was a great success, was held on the grounds adjuining West view College. There was a large attendance of children, many of their pareuts and frinnds also being present. Cricket and other sports were indulged in during tbe day, aud prises were distributed.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

L^al and General Cnloncl Lassetter. it is said,, will contest the Camdeti electorate at tbe next general election. By advertisement elsewhere, our readers are advised that the Presbyterian sale of work will be held early tn May. Even the moat impulsive women have their good traits. An Irishman, mourning hia late wift-, tearfully remarked .? ' Paitb, an' she was a good woman. She always kit me wid the soft ind av the bruoui.' The Sonth Coast and West Ooindrn Coope ratire Co. report under date March 19th: — ' Butter. — Notwitlisundinf; adverse opinions, tie advance to 9d initiated by us last Monday bat been well suBtainod during the current wmIt. The Melboiirn* markat is firm at thirteen pence.' Ae the planting season in near at hand, we would recommend parties intending to plant to apply to P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, for their admirable cata logue and garden Rnide, which is sent free to all applicants. This 6rm also supplies seeds of finest quality. — Adv. Fo...

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United Milk Suppliers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Uaitei ttflfc Suppliers' Asaociatiott. At a meeting of the tllawarra branch of the above association, Mr. C. J. Cnllen, J.P., was re-elected presideut, Mr. W. J. Madd«n was appointed vice-president, and Mr. Thomas Armstrong was re-elrcled secretary. Messrs. Cnllen, Fraser, Madden, nnd Eust were ap pointed to represent the branch on the execu tive committee of the association. It iras de cided to reeominend tbe executive to place £200 from the funds at fixed deposit in the Imak, to endeavor to get all suppliers to iden tify themselves with the association, and to re quest tliR Railway Conmiinsioners to provide a platform fnr unloading milk cans at Albion Park railway station.

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

Publications Received. Wt are in receipt of a copy of the ' Austra lian Photographic Journal Annual and Year .Book,' published by Harrington and Co., Ltd., Sydney. In addition to a number of well executed views of the most notable scenery and objects in the colonies, the work contains an exci-llrntly-onmpiled photo, tourists and cyclists' guide. It is published at Is. We can recom meud tbe guide to all photographers and those who take an interest in tbe scenery of tbe various colonies. Wt- have reoeived from the Government Statistician {Mr. T. A. Coglan) ' Notes on the Financial Aspect of Australian Federa tion,' including (1) ' The 1uciAec.ce of Federal Tariff.' (2) ' Tb» Convention Bill and the Tariff.' (8) ' Tables to Accompany NoteB on the Financial Aspect of Australian Federa tion,' (4) ' The Position of Tasmania and Western Australia.' The pamphlets are well worth perusal and should he read by those who tak* an interest in Federation.

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

Pbisbttsrum Church. Sunday morning at 11, evening 7, and during sum . met months at 7.30. Sunday school ot S p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.— Kcligious imrruclioD, publio school. Thursday, 7.30 p.m.— P«ayer meeting end choir practice. The Mini«tj-r may ha a«w at the Manie --a Fridar evening«, 7—9. Rev. D. Moore, B.A. Rev. K. Steel, M. A. (in charge);

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

CoNOKROlTlONAL CHURCH. Sunday: Morning st 11, evening ht 7. Comnunion : First Sunday in the month at morn ing sertice. Monday : iiible class, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Services and choir practice, 7.46 p.m. Serriee erery Sunday afternoon at Arcadia at 3 o'clock. Service on alternate Sondmys at Appin at 3 p.m. Key. G. A. Rave*.

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Appalling Calamity at Newcastle. FOURTEEN MEN ENTOMBED IN A MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 23 March 1898

Appalling Calamity at Newcastle/ ' Fodrtbeh Men Entombed m a Minb. A TERRIBLE eiplosion ocfurrpti -in Monday morning in the Dudley Colliery at Newcastle.. Fourtean men are entombed, owing to the ex ploBion, and there is little hop'- of rescue. Tur force of the explosion was sn great that the pit hesd was irluira away, and this in'min sliufc was completely blocked. Several parties of nien ?afterwards went down tbe wine, in atlempU to rescue the entombed miners, but tbeir efforts ware unavailing. On receipt of news, the Colo nial Secretary at once dispatched assistance to the scene. -

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

The CampMLtown Herald WITH WHICH IS IHOORPOHVTKD TUB CAUPBBLL TOWH LIBERAL. WEUNESDA.rrHa.RCH 88, 1898.

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

EXCRUCIATING . . . ... NEURALGIA. Tried Everything Within Reach. NO BELIEF. ^ffllfs TOIIT^ SUCCESSFUL. Mr. James Cdbran, Hunter-street, West Maitland, New South Wales, writes on 14th Anguet, 1896;— 'I can hardly express the pleasure it gives me to write a few lines in favor of Clements Tome. To any person simi larly afflicted it ia sufficient for me to say I was a Bufferer from neuralgia. I tried every thing I ever heard of within the reaoh of my means, but all withont relief, until my atten tion was happily directed to a testimonial set ting forth what I now know to be the well deserved virtues of Clements Tonic. After tbe first bottle I felt reljuved, and when I had finished seven bottleB, my neuralgic pains had left me entirely, — Yours gratefully.' James Ctjrkak,

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

Wehutan Church. March 27— Her. R. Caldwell (sacrament) at 3. Sunday School at 10.30 «.m. Picton PietsH ? Roman Catholic. March 27— Thirlmere at 9.S0, Picton 1 1.30 Rev. D. A. Hirnett.

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