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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

Toe Treasury, New South Walai, 21st January, 1380. CONTHACTS FOR THE PUBLIC HEBVICE. Codstbt Districts. NOTICE U hereby 'given, tb.t tenden will be received at thiis Office, until Duon of Friday, tbo 27lb Fibraar; Deit, for fornisbiDg, odmcoddI of the public Seriice. the supplies undermentioned, in such quantities ag may be reqairad daring twelve calendar months, from 1st April 1880, upon (be cono'it'ooa hereinafter specified. At tbe foot of every tender there most be a memorandum eigned by the party tendering and two responsible persons as surieties, agreeing to be. renponsiblo for the due peiformanco of the contract in (he ereot of the tender being accepted, and undertaking in that event tbat tbey will severally execute and deliver, within one month from tbe notification of acceptance, a boned to Her Majesty for securing such performance, otherwise the tender will not be taken ioto consideration. No bond will be received if the whole supply will not exceed £150 The tenders to cont...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MYSTERJOUS INCENDIARISM IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

MYSTERIOUS INCENDIABISM IN FliANCE. Thb Daily Tedgiaph's Paris correspondent writes that tbe pretty little village of Anvers in the canton of Pontoise, situg ed only a short distance from Paris, and containing some 1,500 inhabitants, was at the time possessed by a veritable panic, 'Every day,' be says, 'a new fire breaks out, kindled by some mysterious hand, and upwards of 40 houses have already fallen a prey to the flames. No sooner is one fire extinguished than the bells peal again, and the services cf the pompieres are required in another quarter. Do what they will, the authorities are unable to quell this scourge or to detect tbe culprit. Ad invisible hand has traced on a wall of a house the terrible words, ' Not a roof will remain standing in Anver9,' and certainly the writer bids fair to keep hh promise. Suspicion has, however, fallen upon an individual, who ten years ago was condemned for incendiarism and afterwards sent to Marseilles, which he has lately quitted without perm...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CENTRAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

CENTRAL AND LOCAL AUTHOR tTY. However inferior tbe local public may ba to the central, it is a local public alone trbicb has any opportunity of watching itB own officers, and as it is the looal opinion alone wbioh either acts directly npon tboit own conduct, or calls tbo attention of tbo ojiDiral govertneot to tbe points io which the]' may require correction, it is but in extreme, oases that tbe gooeral opinion of tbe counry is brought to bear at all upon details of local administration, and still more rarely bas it tbe moans of deoiding upon tbem wit), any just appreoiatioB of tbo one. Now, tbe looal opinion neoessarily aots far more forcibly upon purely looal administrators Th»y, in the natural course of things, are permanent residents, not expecting to be withdrawn from tbe place wben they oeaae to exercise authority in it ; and tbeir authority itself depends, by supposition, on the will cf tbe looal public I need not dwell on tbe deficiencies of tbe ocntral authority in detailed...

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NEW ZEALAND CHERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

NEW ZEALAND CHERRIES. Recently a fruit-dnaler in Market-street, incensed at tbe liberties taken b; tbe loafers with bis wares displayed at tbe door, plaoed a half-gallon of Cayenne peppers iu a basket, labelled it ' New Zealand CherrieB.' and hung it in a conspicuous place iu front of his stand. Id s few minutes the noxt-door merchant saun tered up, inquired how trade wue, picked up a. Men Zealand cherry, placed it in his mouth, and sud denly left to attend to a customer. The Her. Dr. Bollf next rounded *o, observed that the yellow fever news from Memphis was Dot very encouraging tbis morning, tnd— all 1 it had been years since be bad eaten a New Zealand Cherry I Whereupon he ate one, remarked that it was superb, wiped bis weeping eyeB on bis coat sleeve, supposed that New Zealand was getting warmer evary year, wished ttie dealer good morn ing, and departed lamenting the growing wuakuesB of bin eyes in tho sunlight. .. A cbronio dead-beat then came up, took a mouth ful or cherries, ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CETEWAYO AT CAPE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

CETEWArO AT CAPE TOWN. A peivate letter from Cape Town contains the following : — ' Sir Bartle Frere, in his interview with tbe Zulu King, asked him if there was anything he wished for, and Cetewsyo. after a slight demur, said that he should like to have the floor of ms room cleaner. He has astonished his enemies not a little by his courteous manner and cleanliness. I have often heard people say, ' Why one can't imagine he is such a monster of wiokedness and cruelty to look at bis face.' I understood that Cetevrayo has said that it was his distinct orders that no officer should be killed, and that when his army returned from Isandula he askod where tbe officer prisoners were, and they said they could not distinguished the officers from the men. I must not forget to tell you that Cetcwayo takes an interest in illustrated papers, and when he was shown one of them with a picture of himself sharpening a knife to kill Grandier, he burst out laughing, and said he never knew what a real li...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mb. J. Shea will sell by auction this afternoon the lease, license, and good trill of St. Patrick's Inn, Ganipbelltown. A cokvessiziohb will be held iu the Tempo - ranee Hall, Uampbelllowp, on Tuesday evening next, in connection with the Campbelltown Botanical Sooiety, at which the prizes giined by competing members will be awarded. A FOOT-ai.CE of 160 yards, for £25 aside, takes place at Camden this afternoon between Silvester Byrnes, and John Moriarty. They hare ran before, when Moriarty woo by about a yard or so. A bkpbebehtativi of The OampbelUown Herald will visit Camden, Narellan, Liverpool, Pieton, the Oaks, Appin, and other places, in the course of a few days, and will be glad to take the names of subscribers sad advertisers for this journal. It appears that some mischievous person has been removing the pegs put down by the Government Tramway Surveyor, between Campbelltown and Camden. Whoever he, she, they, or them may be, had better mind their own pegs n...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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THE UPPER NEPEAN WATER SUPPLY TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

THE UPPEE NEPEAN WATEE SUPPLY TO SYDNEY. Monday last was a day long looked forward to by the residents of Campbelltown and Appin as a day for pnblio rejoicing— in short, as a pnblic holiday, because there was to be wit nessed, three miles beyond Appin, the initia tory proceedings in connection with bd under taking of a national character, whioh, when completed, will have no parallel for gt|eatness either in Great Britain or on the Continent. It wili be an engineering feat as marvelous as the zigzags on the Great Western B ulway ; and it is gratifying to know that, at all 'events, this gigantic work has not been cob meuced without a cool and calm consideration o ' results from every standpoint. ThoBe who hi ve been interested during the last ten or fifteen years in tho permanency of a water supply to [Sydney and its suburbs, who, time after time', as the Botany watersheds showed signs of decay, cast longing eyes towards Cook's river aud other places, and finally to the Upper Ne|pan, ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

THE CAMPBKLLTOWN HERALD, Published every Saturday Morning. Saturday, Fsuhuary 14, 1880.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

Wuosobvkb may thick that we have been exerating » liule prndeoos without fore, thought in floating oar little journal on the tranquil water* of these parts may, before very long, have good sod sufficient reason to change tbe oorreot of his thoughts. It »M by do haphazard arrangement Ibat we ?hided to dwell in the midst of a people raaa-vkable for tbeir quietness, their unob trasiveoeu, tbeir hospitality, and their generosity. We speak not merely of the wealthy, bat the people of tbe district in the aggregate ; and we speak from an expert cote of Tears long past. Aa then, so caw, the people like to be content, to leave well ?Iom; do not Kb ft I* disturbed by the erotcfaety iunovations of eoieooe on tbe one hand, nor tbe modest, yet beneficial intrn ?ions of progress on the other. Under snob conditions it seemed * marvel, no doubt, to many that we sboold bring bitber and plant in the very midst of this quiet and contented people a bnsy printing Press, with all tbe cumbersome apparatus...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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CAMPBELLTOWN QUARTER SESSIONS [?] FEBRUARY, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

CAMPBELLTOWtf QUAETEB. SESSIONS ' ~- .. ...._£** WteBiijitt* .'188-K ? ?'' ^Mr. Edward L*e appealed aa down Pn«. EOKal BTIALISO UD L1BCIKY. Charles Foung, about forty yoars of age, was charged with having at Karelian, on the 18thDecembsr last, stolen a mare belonging to Alfred Ford. A second count charged him with stealing a saddle, bridle, and a apur. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The facts of the case, as disclosed by the evidence, are briefly aa follow : On the 18th December last, Ford was travelling between Campbelltown and Camden, and had occasion to slop on the spad to look after some work. He turned hig horse out, hobbled, in Fiti patrick's bush, and placed his saddle, bridle, and «pur against a tree. This was at about 7 o'clock in the morning. At 12 o'clock he went for biB horse but found she had gone, and that the saddle and bridle also bad been taken away. Senior-sergeant Ford arrested the prisoner at the Fig-tree the next day. The mar* was identified by the owner and o...

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OCEANIC MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

OCEANIC MARVELS. Almost as little known as the heart of Africa, arc ilia depths of ocean. Tfle eye penetrates in tbe dear crystalline sea a few fathoms down, and beholds mailed and glittering forms flitting by ; the dredge gathers its sorapings; divert pluogo out of tight, and briog up pearls ; and the sounding-lead goes down, down, down, hundreds of fathoms, aod when it cjmes up, we gaza with eager eyes to see what adheres to ttie tallow ?' arming;' tbe tiny shells, tho fruslulos of diatoms, even the atoms of coral sand — curious to learn wfatt is at tbe bottom of tbe deep Bat, after all, ii it muoh like tho brick whioh the Greek fool canied about as a sample of tho house he bad to let. Who can penetrate into tbe depths of tbe ooean to trace tbe arrowy ooureeof the mailed and glittering beings that shoot along like animated beams of litbt ? Who can fallow them to their rooky beds and coral caverns 7 The wandering mariner sees with interested curiosity tbo flying fishes leaping in f...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

DISTRICT INTHLLIGISNCE. rrcroN. [pbom orn owjr cobbebpondent ] I am glad to hear that you are galling on very well with the Herald, and I hope you will have nil you wieh for with it. . Since Christmas ire have had lhreo railway station masters, and I belicvo we are going to have another one shortly. We have bad gome Bice rain this last three days, which was. badly wanted, and it has put a different appearance on the place ; it has left the roads very muddy. Our cricketers are going to Mittagong on Saturday to play a friendly gome with their neighbours. Our bridge, wbioh connects the town together, is in an unsafe condition ; the flooring is loose, and the timber underneath is rotten and will not bold a spiko or nail. The Commercial Bank m going to move from the premises they now occupy, they having sold it, and I believe tbat Host M'Kendrick, from the George Inn, is going to open it as an hotel. Mr Norman, storekeeper, haB built a new atore, and removed into it, «rbic)j)S80 improvem...

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MISCELLANEOUS. CONFESSION OF AN IMPOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

MISCELLANEOUS. CONFESSION OP AN IMPOSTER. TtiE REr-nTER, issuod by tbe Charity O'g*nifation Society, ha* pabiisbod a letter addressed to Mr. C J. Ribton Turner, the orgaoisttion secretary, wboeo inquires bave shown tbat the statemeats which it aoataias ere substantially accurate, by Mr. G. A Brine, an inmate of the Sberbomo Work bouse. Ho is now 03 years of jige, and has made a livelihood ss s mendicant daring tbe greatest part of bit life. lie writes a good haDd, and is a man of considerable attainments. Jo the Poor law Report on vagrancy iesoed in tbe year 1848 a list of 14 convictions, between tho years 1831 and 1847, will be found registered agaiuet him. lie has oenfessod to ba*i»£ beon ia gaol more than 100 times In his letter be says: — ' I hare found ibat tbe ' bereavement lurk' is a lucrative one — i.e., (be pretended loss of a wife, leaving me vritb a young and belplesB family to support. I practised tbe following aebeme for the first time in Manchester : I obtained three o...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

MISCELLANEOUS. — :o:— TnE Bishop of Mancheater has been married to Miss Duncan, of Bath. Tee Duchess of MaWborocgh's Irish Belief Fund amounts to £20,000. A bkcent article in the Ti-Vts points to the probability of Sir Garnet Woheley bei-g appointed Commander-in-chief of the British troops in India on )-is return from the Cape. The comet is going in a northerly direction. The Geneva papers of last year predicted its appearance between January 27 and February 10. Captain Onslow, in the Legislative Assembly last Thursday defined colonial liberalism to mean, take away anything which does not belong to you. Thp New York Herald baa started a separate subscription in aid of relief to distress in Ireland. Tbe Herald heads its list with a contribution of a bnndred thousand dollars. The Postmaster-General requests that all cor respendenoe relating to business of the post department, may be addressed simply to ' The Postmaster-General, Sydney,' or that the more regclar course be adopted of ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

KIAMA BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT. Terralong-street, Kiama. DIXON KING,   Wholesale and Retail Butcher, Begs to inform his friends, and the public, that he continues to conduct business at the above estab lishment as heretofore; and hopes by a constant attention to the wants of his customers to merit a continuance or their favours. Pork and Sausages Hides and calfskins bought at current rates J. R. Love.         IMPORTER of TEAS and all descriptions of GROCERIES &c.   Country Orders receive special attention. Best Brands and Quality of Goods at most rsason onable Prices. Lists forwarded on application. J. R. LOVE     504, George Street, Sydney UNDER the Distlot.nisb.ed Patronage of bU Bioelleooy Sir Hercules Robinson. JOHN A. W4LKIN8ON. Winegrower and Merchant, 117. Sussex-itreet, at A.8.O Wharf, sod at 'Ooolalta Vineyard,1' B. ox too, Hunter ftfrer, NJBW. CHOICE WINES at fro...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

BIRTH HENTY— On the 12th Feb, last, at her residence, Mount Pleasant, Mrs. E. Henty, of a son. MARRIAGE. M'SULLEA— M'NAMARA.—On the 9th Feb, 1880,     at the Catholic Presbytery, Campbelltown, by the Rev. Monseigneur Lynch, Patrick M'Sullea, third son of Mr. Edward M'Sullea, storekeeper,   Campbelltown, to Mary Anne, only daughter of Mr. Andrew M'Namara, of Gilead.   DEATH LUSTED.—On 13th Feb. at his residence, Bayly Park, Charles Lusted, aged 50 years, after a long illness.

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SELECT POETRY. BABY'S NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

SELECT POETRY. BABY'S NAME. They gather in solemn council. The chiefs in the household band. They lit in the darkened chamber, A conclave proud and grand. They peer in the curtained cradle. And each with one voice exclaim. As they point to the new found treasure, The baby must have a name. They bring forth the names by dozen, With many an anxious look ; They seen all the tables and novels, They search through the good Old Book ; Till the happy voiced young mother, Now urging her prior claim, Cries out in the fondest accents, "Oh, give him a pretty name."   "His grandpa was Ebenezer—       Long buried and gone dear soul,"   Says the trembling voice of grandma, At the quiet tear-drops roll. "Oh, call him Eugene Augustus,"   Cried the youngest of the throng— "Plain John,' says the happy father,   "Is an honest name, and strong."   And thus the embryo statesman,   Perhaps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 14 February 1880

TO BE BOLD BY AUCTION. \irti, 3. 8HEA has been favonred with instruc tions to Soil by Auction, THIS DAY,. At i o'clock p.m. — The tease, license, and good will of tbe St. Patrick's Inn, Campbelltown. Terms at sale. KOTIOE, A NY Tersons Suooliog or Coaming Huron on my Estate, without my written permission, will bo prosocutcd. Signed— ;„ , JAMUS FITZPATBICK. Glen lioo, llth February, isso. i ? VTANTKI), AN A V \ It K N T I C It to a tll.cknn.itli. Apply to . (J. MAHBOTT. Campnvlltowa. £10 ItEWARU VIpIX bo |;i-ren to any person giving such infornnlion is will lead to the discovery of tlie pervs or persons who have romoved curtain snrttyor's pegs on the line between Catnphaltttmii »od C inrien. And £50 will be given on oontiction of tbo offender, J. B SUTTOB. !^ Government Tramway Surveyor. Campbe11(rwn, Februaly 11, 1880. [cuan.] Tl/T R CHARLK6 BULL. . - Solicitor, Oamimiellto w n (Of Finn tf Dull and Bull. Temple Court, King T Btroet, Sydney), Can be f 'oamlted Every Evening; alter 7 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

YXTANTEn, eight or te'n Buliqaks, will Hough. WjiAwJ*' M. OSEEFJ31PUtbS«cUoiife'a(ett. works. \ ' ? WANTEDi Brnniy and 'Wine Bottle? in any ' quanliW, at Cdixsr dozen. - Bran; caeca Is each. W. A\ FOWLE1V, Agent, Camp! IJtown. T710H SALE.i-Horse, good and tractebl &i :*; J? saddle, sinWle or double harness. Apr Cum Uerland Hotel. \ ..,:,(. ' u ? J ??&- ? TTlOR BALE.— ton head of first^Uss' ibrseti, I? suitable for saddle, light, or heavy Uneas. Bemarkably quiet (ini useful animals, i ply to MU. GE6ME TABGB, Seii., ftfenongle. ,;. , Tji O B SALE, A BAB. G LIN. Lease, License and Gooi-will of a woll-ei nootod and old established house in a sea-port tow on the South Coast. Seven years' lease con l« given. BsntJiipiJomte. The above in a BplenSid oppi unitr.' Far particulars, apply to Vf. WEBB, offlc )f this paper. ;. TO LET, a Farm about sixty acres, siti ted on the Meuanglo Uoad ; a good ciglit )Oino3 House, kitchen, and store-room, suitable fo . bus)-,. ness or boardin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

\ ''fTlHE C&MPBElVI.TOwiir HEUAip, : y ? Camden, fiiverpool, Appin, Pioton, and Menanglo A \ ??- *ta established ontho Utli Feteaty, 1880, as a ' \ \ weekly newspaper. From the 14th August 'follow. \ \ ing, hiving been only -six months in : cii6toafe, tins \ \ ' goheroas edppottit tseceiveS enablol the Proprietor \ \ to print and publish the GampbelUotcn Herald '? . ? \ V.v', .. ,. ,.,-,» .,, ;? .TWIOB A WEEK,', .! , !' /, i i\ at one fourth only, of additional coBts 'to advertisers. Vi The circulation is largo, aud increasing every week. V The Herald is published every ' j '.!.* V; WEDNESDAY* BATUBDAY MOBNING, V a first edition bring elruck off on V\ TUESDAY- * -EBIDAY EVENING, - toiatchtho mails: bo that distant subsoribcra may «5aced on an equal footing, for local and general neA, with those who resido in Campbolllowa and imnj&iate vicinity. ._ ? -i__, . Yj-' ' . fltjBBCBIPTipNS t — ' ' ? One fWad(£l) nyear;: or 5a per quarter of three months,\bayablc in advance I...

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