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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

THE PSALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers, - Advertieinn loes not p «y ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things bay. ''-? lii'feisT.al! Life is earnest ! ' And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to adveitiee. In the world's brond field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising u th« secret Of achievement in the strife. Live* of rich men all remind u', W e can make our heart sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of watt- r Wears away the hardest (tone The constant gnaw ot Towter Masticates tl.e toughest bone The constant cooing lover 'Carries off the bluobing mai . And the constant advertiser Is the ine who gets the rede.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown! [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A MUSICAL EDUCATION For a Crown ! The above hearting will, of conrse, appear to most people ab the height of absurdity, yet the absurdity is more apparent thin real It goes without saying that a finished musical education in the regular couire cinnot be had for a crown, or even with eeveral hundred additional crowns ; but can it he truthfully said tha- the person with a suffic ent knowledge of music to play accompaniments on the piano or organ, to all the popular and standard sonus of the day has no musical education r Assu redly not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompar iraents to the songs Bung in the home, frequently gets and gives more {/lcasute from the modest accomplishment than dies many on whose education large sums have been ex pended. To the more modest musical education the abors heading applies. Such an education is now offered to the mueic-hmng nadersof this paper for a crown. Thin ready-mace mubiral education consists of Prutl's Chart...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

CHURCH SERVICES Church dp Encuhd.— St. Pbtkrs. Sunday services : Morning «t 11, evening at 7 in winter, 7.30 in summer. Holy Corulpuiiion : Firet Sunda-- in the month at imihiin&ifeiviee; 3rd Sunday,' 7.*5 a.m., except -in (he tnbsths «f June, July, and August.' On festivals, as announced. Wednesday: Serf Ice at 7.80 p.m. ; cfao'-r practice at 8 p.m. Friday: Short lervlce at 3.30 p.m., and Bible Clans. Denham Court— 8t Mary's: Morning, March 13, 27, April 10 ; afternoon, March 6, 20, April 3. Bu James', inglebufB— Morning, March 6. 20, April'3 ; afternoon, March 13, 27, April 10. livening service when announced. Rev. T. V. Alkin.

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Market Report. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. SYDNEY, March 28, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

PP3^^^P-^ Jit -^vi y.*; OPBRAiaVE COMPANV, .:.,-? -. . v- ' v', ??:, . '?*'=,; Sidney. March -38, 1897. ' SKfe53-'/-i-'--».'.-^iM4i»y,r:ii«*-'Ji44 r-v .v -.- ??'. fj *»rt.n,-bt*tm»cU;pBcuted,CldtoOd : :;, itMon,fce«l hh*yjr *nd rough, 6id Haau.bffllUnd.iurfd.Sidtotld ;' . H-U'Viun-hine cured, 7W to 8 J =? t«d, Sid u- 6d .. ? Cheese, ttnt «ju»lity, £uto/-|d Sv ; Hont-y, !!d to 2|-l t :' -:'? ? Hid«, pe. n... a |d -o - i ? Ualf ikine, cub, 9il u- & Od .. Flour, firet quality, per ton, 4-l3OMd|*£l3 lOi ? :; - ' . flour, necond quality, £12 6a ; ? Hun, per litune), new, 2a 6d to 2s 9d - Oliaff,|-«tuii,«S46»0illo£10-0d ; Barley, EngUiK, 1-» bushel. 3» 6d to Ji 9d '-??'? „ P*pe, S» «-Lto Ka 8d -.- .. ? ? .. Cockatoot gnu e.ed, per bueli; ,'i8r16 SaOd 8r«i,.7Jilio8d . : Puiwa, m-) to &\i ???? ?.. ???? OaU, t»ed. 2a fid to 2a lOd Onto, feed, 2- «d to 2c 6d Oniona, ptt tun, £6 Itie Od to £7 Ob Od. ' Meadow Hay, £6 5» PuUtoe., ftHOs Od to f 7 Os Od Fowls, pet pair, It Od to 3-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

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A Pleasant Surprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A Pleasant Sxujrise. A -coop sfory is told of Sully, the painter. One day a gpotlemon told him it wonld soon be his wife's birthday, when he wished to make her a present of his portrait. Could Solly paint it in the time ? Tbo gentleman went on to stiv that the sift must be kent a profound secret. A day or so later a lady called on Sully to eay that her birthday would Bonn be here, when she wished to give her husband a portrait of herself. Would Sully paint it 1 The gift, however, mnst be kept a profound secret. Solly saw that he was dealing with the wife of his other sitter, but accepted the com mission too. and for the last week or two had the greatest difficulty in keeping husband and wife from meeting in his painting room. - On the day before tha birthday tbe pictures were taken to the house and hnng in their appointed places, while the husband and wife, with extreme, finesne, decoyed each other way. The next morning, ne may be imagined, each experi enced a very rare thrill of su...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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A Safety Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A Saf aty Match. A pDEtobs aotion for personal injuries has just been heard at Brotnlej (Kent) Ooiinty Court (Entc.). . Miss Cl&xtoo, ot Beckealmm; «q-*d Vftroctriiamed ? Booth, of the *ame place, tor £50 dkriiageB for injuries sustained through the ignition of a%ox of -- safety' matches war? ranted to strike only on the box. Tho matches' Were purchased from defendant's shop, and when pmintttt was in the act of opening a box the matches suddenly ignited, inflicting such injuries that for six week* Miss Clakton was incapacitated from carrying on her business. The matches, some of which ware produced in court, were of Swedish make. For the de fence it w«b nrged thnt the term 'safety matches' was merely a trade designation, and implied no legs! warranty. His Honor held, however, that 'safely matches' had come to be generally considered as matches striking only on tbe box, and, therefore, as being safe in that respect. The way in which these matches had ignited wbs quite inconsi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Tie Serious Ulaesa of Mr. San Barry. Tuebr ii no man with whom the theatrical arid theatre-going pnblic nf Australasia are better acquainted than Mr. Dan Barry, tbe popular actor-manager of the Alexandra Theatre, Mel bourne. Recently one of onr representatives paid a visit to him at his office, and he cour teously granted a request for a few minutes' conversation. ' My life has been a varied one,' said Mr. Barry, 'and there are bnt few cities and towns iu Australia I have not visited. A theatrical manager has much to do mentally, and as a result I commenced to feel the strain some two years ago. Frequently I felt, men tally and physically, quite exhausted. I was also affected with neuralgia in my head, which often seriously interfered with my duties. At night my sleep was restless and of no recuper ative benefit, and my illness commenced to tell on me so seriously that I consulted a medical man. He told me that my system had run down, and that I wonted a tonic. He gave me some prett...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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FOR THE LOVE OF GOLD. CHAPTER V.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

FOR THE LOVE OF COLD. CBAPTER V.— Continded. Madame Vane rang the bell, and a large HMMnorandum-ftook whs brought her. Probably its entries spread over all the years bIib had been is ba«insss. With qnick, deft fingers shs turned to the page that beaded 1886, and ran her eyre rapidly down the column. ' I bare it,' she cried at last. ' Helena Bechauu — she came in Jannary, and left in March ; her reference was a Mr. David Hume. I remamber now, he was a clerk, or something of that kind in a large jeweller's shop. I fiirgflt the name of his employer, but I could describe the shop. Sbe did so. Mr. Hurt felt puzzled. Some how he had never thought of disooveriug a mile friend of Lena's. !' Aod this is all you can tell me, madsme?' u Not quite. At first Miss Bechauo lived at Prospect House, Bristun-road. I fancy she nwet have been there a long time, beoaose she was an relucant to leave it. Eventually, how ever, the did move, so as to be nearer her em ployment.' ' A thousand thanks, madamp,'...

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If You Are Wise. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

?? : :--'J&?ltof&'ifflM.:- ? . -.,?; POH'TlonV'fofthe pm»i ii.you go through ? And eren when yon fitul tbern It ii wise and kind in be sonifw hot' blind And 5o6Tif.)Vl)-P virtue hdiind i})Rm, F«£tWcli-udie»t wglith»e» tint of Hglit ' Sriiriewliera So its shadows hiding; , - f 1Mb belli* by ifir 'to faint for a *lar Than the Bp'1s on Hie sun abiding. , The current of life runs ever away To tli« bosoni of tiixl't great ooe«n. Dnn't set ymir force V«i»«t the river's conne And lliink lo alter ila mntinn. poo't wuti- » cnrM on -bi* Dniver«e — ReniflniW, it lived before yon. Don't butt at the storm with your puny form — Bat bend and let it go o'er you. The world will never adjust itself To anit your whims to tbe letter. Some things must go wrung your while lifo !«-ng, And the sooner you know it the belter. It is folly to fight with the Infyiile, And go under at last in the wr»Btle. The witrr mm shapes into God'* plan As the water sliapna into a vessel.

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Not so Silly as He Looked. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Slot so Silly as Be Looked. In in a village not far from York there lived a yoHtb who was known by no other name than ' Silly Billy.' On one occasion he was about to attend the funeral of a friend, when he dis covered that he did not possess the neceRsary black clothes,- so he went to a neighor's honse and requested the loan of a black coat and tall hat. The man not being at home at the time. his wife, out nf sympathy, let him have the required clothes. . . As he was returning from the fntiprol, deckvd in borrowed garments, he was met by a party of villagers, one of whom snggested that they should have a ?? lark' with Silly Billy. ? This they proceeded to do, smashing the hat apd nearly tearing the coat to ribbons. The lark over, Billy said to the man who proposed it : ????. Mr. Goodhnart, you was allns kind ter me, irorn'tjer' X^ Why, ye.«. This is only a lark, Billy,' *as the i reply. L, 'Well, would yer mind takin' these thing* ionic to yer missus ? I don't like to, 'eus they ija...

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A Cruel Blow. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A Cruel Blow. JAM. Sholmcks was very angry. Someone had broken his favorite meerschaum and re placed it in its case. He questioned his wife and the servants about it, bnt they alike pro f vsaed lo be unaware that it bad happened. P«snnt!v bis only son came in. '''George.' said the excited parent, 'do yon know anything about this broken pipe ?' ...' Father,' sobhed the lad, ' I cannot tell a lie. Forgive me, father 1 It was I who did it. I cannot tell a lie.' Mr. Shollicks patted his boy's head, in inti mation that tbe offence was forgiven, and then rtisbed from the bnnse to melt into an agony of tears. But it was not the shattering of the meerschaum that distressed him now. He had quite forgotten it. A worse tiling than that had befallen him. .'Heaven help me!' ho moaned. .'Ever siuce my son was born it has been- my ambi tion, my dearest wish, to rear him for my own profession ; and now — and now — oh ! it is a cruel blow !' for Mr. Shollicks was a lawyer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Stop I Bold up Your Suite, or IU Pisei The above was heard in Sydney the other day from a con stable who was chasing a man sup posed to have committed a robbery, bnt wa see people almost every day compelled to hold up their hands through sickness of one sort or an other. Fully three lourtlis of the human race are suffering more or less all the time; Snch 'ailments as Indigestion. Constipation, Debility,' etc., are much more common than is generally supposed. Bile Beans are a remedy that has worked marvels in the curing of these' ills.. They are tnanufeWtured in one of 'the largest and bent-equipped laboratories in the world. At Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and have been used throughout that country for years with great snecesc. They are an undoubted specific for Constipation, Headache, Indigestion, Bilious ness, Debility, Piles, Female Weakness, Sallow Complexion, and all ailments arising from a disordered condition of the digestive organs. The price is within Jvaeh of all. being only...

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To Our Constituents. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

To Our CoastituffiatB. StiB-0RIBBB8 to lhi». paper will kindly note that t1-e present )»su* coinmeoops r new quar ter', -Our acoonnts have now bee.n rendered, ai|[' we would ~'«^-'-lor''.iBtt\-«Ki^y^tickiinw- |i^^hV^.^x1-!%io~M^''!f?n'ieb¥r4'..V--'.'--The &hiimnt-.jfivjnirdiA an nonairWfthlfL ftnrl as wehave our engagement* to rieet,-. we trust that ronit l«nces wilLbe oi»de without delay* We take t|!)i9 roi-portnnity of thanking our constituents fBrpast support. The extent of their favors has been particularly gratifying, and we trust to receive a, continuance of same.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

[A CARD.] Ir. Alfred P. ¥. Rose, BOLICITOK. &ou 7.0 Hunter-street, Sydney. Cainpl)plltown Court attended when required. Bonanza Oicirs. — A revolution in cigars. Dix son aud Sons nianufnoture from the Ciioioesi Havana Totiaoco, wilH a nect8B»ry prrtion of American, at a prioe never before attempted— 4 tor 6d ! Sample hundrnda gent carriage paid for I On.* l&' The «ubfci'iptiou to this paper is Is per quuiter in advance.

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Sale of Freehold Estate in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

8&1« jofr Pwi^i BBteto ia^lJaaflffli^ $s$0inji: ^M^Wee^nfleri|liili«cii(fn!|i; irrtnrilie; manngpnient -flf vlh«: ^nfii jjrtiTJP^ii; ;B-^,^-^|Vif^'AiiiV^l^^-1i*i1^c^mJ^)^ Vihp^«iy|ilioj5amdi-n;TW(iirs)Jf TJii' lund Ib iireht, *in ilio 1*Jt «f tlic Mite ^'fnj Jilirp :Wpi*$,;, withfronlBEesU) MMrrnvstri'el.deorSt.Jiiltn's Clmrjli, arid Pttrlt-strcet. to be liputiilfd 1-v a new street, to, be nitmed Barsden-Bt. Messrs. Harilie and Gorman, in vonjiihotiiin with Mr. R. H. Inglis, were the auctioneers. Lot 1 iuclndod the corner nf ArRjle and Mufrnj streets,' now oocupied Jiy Mr, fjiggins, farrier and coach builder. After eomecom|*tition it nns seenri'd by Mr. P. May for £105. The following plots submitted, ench containing - 100 links, were secured by Mossru. C. T. Wliile man, W. Boln. W. O. Frtrnor. .1. W. To. la (two lots), and C. 'Sen, at, £S5, £80, £32 10», £32 10s, £50, and £50 10s rwpecrlivoly. The corner lot, facing Murray and Ptvrk atrcels, containing 2 roods 28 pnrches, 'm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

-V --?.??IS:TJJii!.pNI.Y;UELIABl.E:' ' ' '%- UQtfOR [TO 1-MNk AT ?4 ALL SEASONS ., ... ?''?/?} 1, UtOAUOt otUme. Tlio lading , ,v spirit lor more than £0 - ? . yarn. ? , ©_ ? ; ,% £.. DCuAUOt Inullng Jldius) lien. ' r-j ? - ? . . : . Ov«ii(onojmn:U8tiBeil 'v' to its 'purity. .,.' '.ji ??;?? ' . ?? ? v-*.''5 Q RFf* AJIQF ? «? Metal rratefltM to! ' . i ? . one iiulUtm hoUIn sold - -v;' ??. ?:??-:.??-. ?. .- e :?'-- (.?'?j' 4'RCPAIIQC '' »?' I'rii.arv trnoMffl.i . 1'iij '-. ? ? ' ? ' 0(«-n»«4li»nrtlA-a»! --*'$ to*|g».reuii«cUoii. ?: ??' ; ! .-.?- ???- ?-.:-.-?'- ::- ? .^: ,-..:y4 .^K . ViAtAUdE 1nx\ oil anH can, thire- ,'.*'*?. ~ - ? ' '' -fort. 'tni 'relied *m -i& a'1 ''' ^^ thoiyuK!.lj- |.i.re«jilrit... .^jjT* : . — '?''.' ? : '.: d'\ Tilli O.VI.Y TKAI, ????*-? . . . TWENTY -NINTH ANNUAL . . t Druids' Golden Gala. 125 I'rizus, Value £1500 ? ':?? ? First Prize, value £10061 ? .? _ .-? ? y.-. Tickets, Is ; or 11 Tickets for lOi. 22 Tickets — f..r £1— . ??-' Drawing, April 23rd....

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A Terrible Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A Terrible Wreck. Tbk inhabitants of Fiji Islands the other day discovered that there was a terrible wreck on their shores. Yet wo discover wrecks in onr midst every day. We refer to the wrecked, wretched lives chat eonld be mndu bright and happy if the great remedy, Bile Beans,. was- only used at the right time. How is it., dear reader 1 Do you fuel miserable, disagreeable, want to agree acd disagree with everyone ;. everything appears to annoy you, you are not. satisfied with yourself, and yon consider friends & bore. If yuti are in this state yon hare a liver that is in a sad state of ill-health. Those gloomy headaches, depression, nnd forebudings of evil are the direct result. Rile Beans are what you need. They have a n'|.u'ati.in in America that bus caused tln-ir s.U- lo exceed probably that of aay other pliariimoeiuiual pre paration sold there. The best illustration of liic ujuuuei ni which biiey are uiep.ung iHVur iu- this country is the fact that ilieSveWy ageut* can...

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Children's Protection Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Children's -Protection Act. We have received frnni the office of the Direc- . torof Government Asylums b copy of the above ActiVyjJie requireniByitt of tbi9 Act are apt wellltnown in the;£onniry districts, in view of. wjhjeii i*c ^|i^ncj^^|plilli|JiBh ,tlie follow-; 'tng-^iiijSa^^jyjS^Jfttfipi'yiVB-.'inB' more . important provisions i-f-' .. A ~ .,..-,' i ' .--.' Section 1.— No person shall receive into his or her -care' any? child under the ace of three years to adopt, rear, nnfse, or otherwise mftin tain foi1 life, or-e.vcn for a lime, for money or other consideration, unless under certain con ditions. Penalty : £100 finr, with or without twelve cnonthj. 2. No one shall tnke « ohild under three years to care for apart from its parent for pay ment of Btijr kind K-itliimt .registering within, seven days. Peualty : £50, with or without six months, . : 3. 'No one having the care of a registered child shall give up such child or alter an ad dress without immediotoly. . registering the ...

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A Lesson for the Weak. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

A Lewoa for the Weak. . Do you *ee dial 1oc0moU»e *tt#Dt-*tanaingon the ?ld*-traokr Something hMbtgkpndnwn SboliVit. ?' ' ^ore.U n;jt nhiis or«te*m'*t^m tt« v»Itm; iti* *t)tt «md iipU is »defcd 'While i-h »1-ei.iNhi it /jsin't ;:' drfWSteainfit cihVewi«^e^t V^MrJjSjr :; ine, do you believe that ?any amoiihtif tthferiiiiK or 1; hammering Bt it would »n«ke' it to? '3Not « bit. ', ;?? - Noifaingwn earth .will .make it go except ««ain in : lifbpllBr.iiiileTBn that won't. unlewtbe engine ii in^a^.r^ft^Wlly'*?''' 'ttrt, ?yon »»y. ' Oo : ffisyi ^hen*wby^on*^th-y Rot ottihlByrittdplfi in every caso where ii applies? . Hi re ia iuoh « case. Writing connerning his wife, » gentleman ?ajm : ' !n Ihe autumn of 1BSO my wife fell into a low, desponding state through family .bereivemtmt. Her appetite waa poor, and no jToiid, however light, agreed with her. After eatinR she had pain mml tightness »t the chest, end a eonse of fulness as if swollen arnond the waist. She was much troubled wlih flatulen...

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