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

Terrible Disaster. It is reported from New York that a terrible disaster has occurred in the State of Illinois during a flood in the Ohio River. The Ohio burst its banks at Shawncetown, in the State men- . turned, and the greater portion of the town was destroyed. The loss of life was very great, 200 cases of drowning having been ' reported. It is reported in the Eiama dis trict that fresh lime laid in furrows has proved fatal to' the caterpillars there. Russia has informed the, Sultan thdt 20,000 troops will shortly pass throtigh the Dardanelles for the Far East.

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

A High Church Digaitaxy- -? . ' The Bight Reverend Monsignor O'Brien, Rector of. St. John's College, Sydney, has expressed his opinion - f LOASBY'S 'WAHOO' in the following terms. Dr- O'Brien's StfttSSte&t' * St- John's College, '' December 16, 1897. Dear Sin, A trial of Loasby s « Wahoo' has fully convinc d me oi its ex ' ceptiooul merits as a remedy for Indig. sti in. (Signed) JAMES J. O'BRIEN. Tu LoBBby's ? Wahou1 Mfg. Co. Loasly's Wfi-ll00 can be obtained from all chemists price 2s CtJ, or p jet free from the sole manufacturers and proprietors LOASBY'S WAHOO MFG. Co., Ltd , 171 Kern-street, Sydney. Te Let, Wanted, Sec (18 Words, Is Cash. If Bunked, la 6d.) 'OOUR-ROOM Cottage to let, with outer -*- kiEchen, in best part of Campbelltotvn. Apply, Mns. Helm, Lindsaj-st. T GOK ODT for Presbyterian Sale.of Use -*-' ful and Ornamental Goods early in May ! WANTED, Gent.'s Saddle, good qnality, from 10 to 141 bf. weight, in good order ; state price. ' Saddle,' P.O., Iugleburn. V\...

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

? BE ON GUARD AGAINST THE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OP CLEMENTS TONIC BOLD BY MANY DEALERS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS TfitE BEST, ORIGINAL AND ONLT GENUINE. Don't be deceived or misled into buying any other, or your pains, time, anil money arc ouly thrown away. CLEMENTS TONIC POSITIVELY CURES ALL CASES ARISING FROM ANEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT AND INDIGESTION. Ms. William Taylor, commercial traveller, Bong Bong-street, Boivrnl, N.S.W., writes on June 3rd, 1896 : — Some time ago I was very ill with influenza, brought on by over-work and worry ; in fact, I was more dead than alive. I could not eat, my sight was impaired, and I mi also affected with drowsiness, giddiness, and costiveness. Returning fepm business one evening, I chanced to meet u friend, who asked me what was tli« mattnr. When told, ho advised me to try Clements Tunic; so I went and bought a ' bottle, tend before tea I took the first dust*, and another the next morn ing before breakfast, and I can assnre you I felt an improvement...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

THANKS. MR. C. NORTH and MISS NORTH desire to return their sincere thanks to the kind   gentlemen for assisting their brother in his great trouble and and loss on March 27.

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Miscellaneous Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

mpfPftnUiyiafaf Mfinffi The A.J.C. race meeting at Band wick on Monday was attefi&ed by 20,000 people. 1 ' ;iThe Sydney Gap wae wwi by Mer looias. ?^?*i The attendance at the Bruide1 sports at Melbourne on Mondav was estimated at fully 60,000. AA old man named James Malone was struck by the mail train near Bulli on Monday, and killed. The devil is ever ready to' give employment, and furnishes to all who are willing abundance of work. At the agricultural show at Syd ney on Monday, Mr. J. J. Garvan's .'Frisco won the high jump, with 6ft. 2in., after a splendid contest. The traffic on the main suburban line on Easter Monday was the heaviest on record. This was due to the Sookwood encampment. It is now becoming the fashion to offer a special prize at a show with the stipulation that the exhi bit shall become the property of the donor of the prize. Mr. Lyne represents The Hume, his mother's maiden name was Hume, and one Hume may oppose him at the general election. The humor of th...

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A Lesson for the Weak. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

A Lmsob Sn. 13» W«ak. Do yon aee that tocptnpttTe engine aUnding on th» atde-traok ? , Sotnething h»i broken down «tout it. There is Dot a hits of tteam from itt t«1tm; it is ?till and void as a dead whale on a bmch j it can't draw a teata j ' if cao't e»en BioVis lt»eW. Now, fell me, do yon Wtteve^^iat ftnj amount of.linkoShi or ' hammering* at it 'wouljj piakeitgb)'' Not a bit. Nothing oi earth will' Si»ke it go eioapt ateam in the boiler) ana man that won't -unleat the engine it tn order. Everybody -jrnowa that, yon «»y. Do flimr » Th»n whv ^nn'tsEhavmiit oh ihia Drinoiole inereryouB where it appliei! . . Here is auoh a ctai. Writing flonoerning hU wile, a gentleman aaya';: ?' In' the -autumn of 1680 tny wife -ell into a low, dwpontting state throngh family beMivament. Her appetite -was poor, and no food, howefer light,' agreed with her. After eating she had pain and tightaeai at the cheil, and asenseotfulneatai if swollea aronbd the waist. She wh much troubled with flatulence, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

A.EB XOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TEOTJBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, Or MVBR COMPLAINT? If so, safe remedies are within jour reach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed - to cure the worst case?: General debility uer I! Tonsness, weakness, and geceral complaints of the digeitive and nervous systems are promptly cared fay tlinse reliable remedies. They are prepared by scientific processes, and are not merely mechanical mixtures, made only to ' gull the public.' The renown CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILL8 hav won in Australasia is proof of the faot that they stand preeminent fur their special class of diseases. No remedies etir sold gave sucb entire satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is forthcoming from every city, town, and vil lage to prove their virtues. No doubt can now exist as to their value ; bat purchasers ainet be careful to get cbe genuine articles, as many uDscrupolous traders will attempt to palm off ...

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Cricket. CAMPBELLTOWN V. NONDESCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Cricket. Campbblltown v. Nondescript. A MATCH between teams representing the above clubs was played at Campbelltown on Blatter Monday last, and resulted in an easy victory for tbe home team. Tbe visitors won the toss, and elected to bat, but were quickly disposed of, their total for tbe first innings being : the phenomenally email score of 17. The Campbelltown meu tben took the wickets, aud made a splendid stand, the result ot their efforts being 213 runs. A. G. Pay ten (134 not out) and A. E. Fowler (66) were the most successful batsmen, and punished the bowling of the visitors very severely. The scores are appended : — Nondescript. — First Innings. E. H. Lack, not out.... ? 5 W. H. R. Grant, run ont ? 1 — Schott, c Fowler, b Clissold ? O H. M'Bumey, c Fowler, b Clissold.. 0 W. Williams, c Fowler, b Clissold... 1 H. H. Walker, c A. Payten, b Fowler 2 G. Sinclair, b Fowler ? ;... 0 — RowBel), l.b.w., b Fowler ? 1 H. G. Walker, c J. Payten, b -Fowler 0 S. Jones, b Clissold.: ? 3 G, D...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

A match waS'played at Narellan on Satur day laBt, between a Carppbelkown team and the local club, and resulted in a drawn game. Scores : — Narellnn, 117 runs, for fhe loss of five wickets; Campbelltown also lost five wickets for a total of 107 runs. The members of the Oampbriltown Cricket Club completed their programme for the pre sent season on Easter Monday. . This club has been singularly successful in its competi tions throughout the 1897-8 season, having been defeated once during that time, and then only by a very small margin. The members are to be congratulated on the success which they have achieved. The individual averages will be published shortly.

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Postal Information. Mails are denpalcbed .from Oampbelltown as under : — Sydney and North, 8.4$ a.m., S p.m., end 9p.m., Sundays accepted. Went, 3 p.m. and S p.m., Sundays excepted. South, 9 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays 9 p.m. Camden, 10 a.m. and 5.80 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Sundays excepted. Nurellan, game lime bb Oamden. Mipto, 8.45 a.m., ttundsya excepted. Ingleburn, 8 45 a.m., .Sundays excepted. Granville, 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., Sundays excepied. Liverpool, 9 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Widderburn, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, II a.m. Picton, £.30 p.m., Saturdays 6.30 p.m., Sundays exoepied, Douglas Park, same time as Piclon. Menangle, 10 a.m., Sundays excepted. Appin, 6 p.m., Saturdays 6.80 a.m., Sundays ex cepted.

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Sports at Camden. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Sports at OMaden. Spokts in connection with the local Roman Catholic Church fund were held at Oamden 00 Easter Monday. The' affair was a great suc cess, Tiie results of tbe events contested were: — _'} Sheffield Handicap : A. M'Bwan. nanoicap nors* race, six furlongs : Silver Slipper 1, Vesper 2. Bicycle race : — Wade 1, j; Curran 2. Handioap trot : Minnie. ;. Throwing at the wicket : P. Mohcr. In the avening, a ball was held in the Drill Hall, and was largely attended.

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PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

PENNY-POSTAGE AREA. ' The penny poBtage area embraces the following towns:— Appin, Bring-lly, Brownlow Hill, Cam den, Cobbitty, Douglas Park, Eckersley, Glenfield, Greondale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park, Ingleburn, Luddenham, Menangle, Minto, Mount Hunter, Mulgo. Nnrellan, The Onks, Piclon, PreBtons, Thirlmi re, Wallace, Werombi, »nd Wilton. Out sldo these distances the postage is 2d hilf ounce. W. Wood, PoBlmaster.

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Butter Direct from Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Suiter Direct from Vegetable*.* Butteb without the aid of a cow is what Wil Inrd G., Day, an inventor, of Baltimore, Aid., promisep. Think of it, ye gentle Jerseys and sleek, weii-fed Aidaroey '. l§ it not time for tbe entire herd to enter a proleal against this intrusion upon your ancient rights? Electri city is the chief agent which Mr. 'Day proposes to employ in the production of butter directly from the vegetables which form tbe food of cattle whose milk is sised in the chnrn. Mr. Day first discovered that the peculiar charac teristic traits of d iff f runt varieties of, butter, cheese; etc., were owing to general cbosbs. One '.. jilhe kind of food 00 which the cow was fed, and the other was tlie kind of microbe' nour- ished at and by the roots of tbe plants which furnished the food to the cow. Armed with these tjwowcrels (says the New York Herald), Mr. Day began his work, wbich consisted in extracting and then «St-erubling artificiall} the same products which are usually brough...

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Campbelltown Municipal Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

OampptUtova Municipal OouoiL Tarasiur, Afbil 7, iT' FoSTSlanriv meeting. Present ; Aldermen D. H. Barker (Mayor), W. B. Caldwell. A. E. Fowler, J. Lyiiob, »nd .H,'Sadjpj|ck:f i (The tninntt* of previous meeting were^feid and adopted. : ' _ '?*- ?--,*? C9BBB8PONOIKCE. . . Prom the ABseiBor of the Water and Sewerage Board, stating that tht Board had approved of the payment to the council clerk of die sum of £1 10a*f--r transcribing the oouDcil's MsessroenU (i 896-9) into the Board'* boi-k. . Received, on the motion of Aid. Lynch and row lor. From the oonncil olerk, Municipal District of Invarell, asking the cooperation of the council with a view to having the measure contained in the following motion, carried at a meeting of thoir council on the 21st Feb. last, patted inru law : — ' That the Honorable thf Minister for Public Works be requested to introduce into Parliament, during next session, a Bill making provision for the proper regula tion of the width of lyres of waggons, drays, ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Looal aaid (haewa Wood's Great .Pepjiermint Cure for Ooaghs and Colds never fails, Is 6d and 2s 6d. . Special services were held in all tbe. local chuTOhes 00; EistsjJ Sunday, and the congrega tions wefu large. ' By advertisement thiB issue tbe Oampbell town Oouodil ibvitea tenders lor ? supply of uaiotenaooe metal. . . Messrs. A. F. Onstow (of Menangle) and S. fl. Druitt (of Oamden) have been ap pointed magiatrates for tbe colony. ? ? The Resident Engineer (Mr. H. D. Cox) invites tenders for several road contracts, par tionlars of wbich appear in our business columns this issn«. Dr. (Allen's Address to tbe sleotors on Federation, to be given in tbe Town Hall, Campbelltown, on Friday evening next, should draw a large audience Publications received. — ' Tbe - Australian Home Jporoal' (April nnmbor) ; ' Ha ! Ha !'.' (a monthly tnagaririe) ; 'Ths Rural Aus tralian ;' . end ' The Beacon.' It ib probable (says the Picton Post) that a meeting of .Mr. Jno. Kidd's supporters will be called ...

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Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

«;r -j, Thuxdny School Pionic. , TeiiUonusl picnic in cooneotion with the -WealejAh Sunday School, CampMltowjywas held at Kenny IBM on Easter -Monday. The' scholars 'and Ijbe members of the Band of BbpKmhaeiiAibB Oh-pe1 iborgy , btefore 9 a.m., 'mm marched Irom there to tha railway StatiMjj .being,, odnyejed-by thV Oamden tram to the grounds chosen for the holding ot Jh« ptonic; the parents and friends of the cbildren!«lBi- attended, and a very enjoyable day was)speat. Tbe weather .was somewhat shtiweryjdurittg the morning, but (thanks to the kinuWs of Mr. and Mrs. 5?4m1en, who -placed i large shed at the disposal of the pioniceri) their pleasure wag not marred to any extent. After dinner had been partakeu of, the weather cleared, and ' Old Sol' shone, fortb'inall his radiance, much to the delight' of the children. Tho various kinds of out door pastimes were indulged in with much zest, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent by all. The patty returned to Oampbetttowo by the 6.80 *n(m, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

For Children's Hacking 0-mgb take Wood's Great Peppi'ruiiul Cure, la 6d and 2* Gd. A jiecniiar accldciit happened to a boy at O'iull/urc (art week'. Hi; fillod a liotll« slmnat lull of unelaekfd lime, added water, and enrked ir. The l*tl)n was blown into a tbnnaand fragmeiiti, and th« bor eiintainrd severe iu 'farifi to h'u face. Hiseje» vertt tadly burned by the lime, and it i.- pialiakle that his eiglit }lM !«%' jwrumwnlly injured. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

For ponsumptive '. Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Is Od and 2s 6d. At a wallaby drive at Werombi, 87 wallabies and oo« kangaroo were shot. Tho drive was largely attended by looal sportsmen, and was free from accident. Subscribe to this paper — 1* per quarter. Yonr Grocer keeps Wood's Great Pnpper mint Care far coughs and colds, Is 6d and 2s Od. We learn that the report that Colonel Las setter intends to contest the Camden electorate at the forthcoming general election in the pro teclionist interest is without foundation. Slo&dyfce Adventurers. Now that the Klondyke goldfields have fairly been opened for the season there trill, no donbt, be more or less of a rush from all parts of tbe world. Thousands of people will be willing and anxious to undergo the hardships of which a miner's life is made np for the mere chance of becoming rich in a comparatively few weeks. People are fer ever, taking chances with their lives and health, sometimes without tbe slight est reaso...

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Offcial Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

Official Correspondence. Mb. J. Simpsoh, of Appin, has received frdtn the Department of Lands, through Mr, Ohas, Bull, M.P., tlie foDontng communioatiou ; ? Department of Lands, Sidney, Biet March, 1898. Sir, — Referring to yonr communication of (he 18tb instant, respecting a grant of money towards tho impniveueht of Appin Falls Rc trpntioii Reaerre, I have the honor to inform yon Ihat lb« amnunt nf the Park* Vote that was available this year irae barely sufficient to provide fnr the maintenance of improvements already effected, consequently nothing could be granted for now n'servna. . I am, however, to state that tbonld the Secretary for Lands liare aiiyjnnds at liU dispoial before I he close' of Ihe current Snancia) yf*r, four application will receive furtln'r eontiderHtion. — I liavp, «tc., H. A. G. Odbbv, Acting U»rier-S'crefary.

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THE PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 13 April 1898

THE PSALM OF LIFE. Tell me not in mournful numbers. Advertising ioes not piy ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Ljfe is rf-al ! ' Life is earnest 1 And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling ? Ilust expect to advertise. In the world's brnad field nf battle. In the conflict of real life,' Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Liven of rich men all remind us We can make our heart aublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. The constant drop of watir Wears away the hardest stone The constant gnaw ol' Towser Masticates tbe toughest bone The constant oooing lover Garries off the bluthing mai . And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the rade.

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