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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TO TltE EDITOR OF TDE-CAMPnELLTOWK Ireil.lI.D. Sin, — As tbo police appear powerless in the matter of preventing tho Campbelltown butchers from boil ing down putrid meat, and all sorts of filth, in the heart of tbe township, might I suggest to the Progress Committee the advisability of lakintr the matter in band. It is disgraceful lbat people sboulii be poisoned on an average of once a week. It w a pity the police have not the power to compel butchers to boil their offal at their slaughtering yards. Yours, &c, HEALTH.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

?-: OldS0«««indOHSkih»iBe«Ms. *;^ Tax s«ed» of these disorders ftro-oUeotuallr cxpefle! by thi* penetrating Unguent, not -only -bom : lbs superficial part*, bat; from the 4nfen»alil»s«e»ia» ' wue. Ajw cam, even d Weiw wuutf ^MiiM, . ACertain Cure for Bronohiti*,X-iphth9tiaTBo«»^~ ? Throat. Asthma. Ac. *' ?'''? ? asthma, tightness of the cheat, »ad nin-|**ttt »U« : -which inrtwrtaajl^tili^^^^ae^iVei. ^ ing into more aerions'^nauiaies—thui .X}ialm£nVfcai the MBiepo war* o vermeil comjilaint8«a ? tlliO«r ?? p.isesS™1%.o?nt'«^g;#»r^eWli#©S , asthiwitio invaUds will derive Jnarvcllooieasetroai the use oflhia Ointment, whioh has brouehtranni many such sufferers, ani ro*»tiibli«ho3 hsiltb, after every other means had signally UileJ. -???. '.'.,.* Bad Legs, Bid Breams, Old floros and tJlocrt. , BjMb'biDg tbe Ointment wimi.tta afftoje* part, it penetrate* to the tissue* beneath, mi oxeroiie* t- wonderful power on all the blood Sowing'**, aal returning bom the diseased part. The inflammation ...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Dative population of Fiji ia rapidly decreas ing. Mass Twain, tbe famous humourist, is going eraay. Marino the devil oil tbo church :— Raising money by lotteries. A peiu5on in the house-breaking line often indulges in abstract theories. Men whoso goods arc bound to go off even in dull times :— Gunsmiths. Sous men when drunk arc full of fun, but tbo generality are lull of ale. Shaw.M.P. (or Cork, bis renounced all connection with Farnell and the land leaguers. A lauoi! stouuer was seen to go on Goodwin Sands and afterwards sink with all hands. A little girl, while playing near sonic holes at Sandhurst, fell down one and wan drowned. G.isut exertions me being put forth' to make tbe Woollooinooloo Day regatta a gran i success. Tbr bibulous city councillors of Sydney say it in very Harris-ing to have a teetotaler for a mayor. Things look very serious in Ireland, and war trill probably bo.the result of the present agitation. Sheriffs arc unfortunate men. 'When...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

COMSESPONDENCE. ? : o : ? [WHrr.E we shall bo glad to publish lctfcrs. it mast 1m understood that it docs not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.]

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wons m shall Vie gUi to publish ktten, it muit be understood that it does sot follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.]

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WAS IT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS? TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

WAS IT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS? TO THE EDITOn OP Till! CJIMr-BELLTOlV.V HEUAU). Sin,— I beg to claim a portion of jour valuable time, to consider if the following is citielty to animals. Tn-o well-known lcsidents of Oampielltown have business that take them to Camdch on certain days in Ihc intek; they have loads to take with tiro liorxcMinda curt each, nnd thewayinwhichthevu'rive those poor horsofl with their load is truly disgrace ful ; but when velurninc it is more ro, for they raec r-ach other's horses in tho cariR. I have seen them Btanding in thnir cartn whipping their lioiws ai if ii was for life or doath, whieli I do not think ouuht to Ir allowed: fot horses haniefRol to a loaded veh'ole must suffer grcntly )-y being kept nt a ranter or gn'.lop, and I think it ought to be put a stop to. Those committing this offence are men that ought to have more, sense. AN EYE WITNESS. Campbolitown, February 17th, 18&1.

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SELECT POETRY. COMING ROUND THE CURVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

8* I. EOT POET BY. COiTINO EOUHD THB COBVE. TrtsaB Is* clover maxim, WildfJ woold onXonimpnM*, ? ?? Vfhother In joy or it-«ro-,' ' - '? In pleasured distress, - ' To keen your wits about yott, ?? , And fsitaf ally obssrw, ^ . . ... . To look out for tho engine ? When it'* ooming wond lh* con*, BlioDlitaiioMiesiw oppress yon, And times item hard and drear, .An honert lionrt and «uuy smile Will aU jrourjatare eheer. Put oaiUs brakes, beep ft sharp took Cat, 5%t intmltn w«ll will Mrvo II you blow your whistle lively 'Whs a you're coming round tb» corn. If a gay coqtntte should oharm yoo, With eye* and hair like night, To make your poor heart flatter, Mi telsseope ft quite, Yon bring to mind this maxim, An 1 then (without reserve) To hoist the danger signal ' .When *ha '« coming round the eu/vo. To do your doty manfully, To cleave unto the right, Will make life all the happier; ' : And your joy* trill be mote bright. If you bate thp wrong Behind you, And from the right ne'er swerve, . T...

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MR. GARRETT ON THE REMISSION OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

MB. GABRETT ON THE KEMISSIOK OP INTEHliST. Duuino the debato on Mr. Slattery's motion for the remission of interest, which took place on Tuesday evening last and was adjourned till next Friday, Mr. Ciarrett said that he took it that the hon. gen tlemen who spoke in favour of the matter, and the small party out of doors who advocated the same views, had failed to establish the most important ground upon which the Assembly could enlcrtdin this proposal. They had nut shown that a necessity had arison for the remission of int.'-rest. Cloak the matter any way they liked, it still remained one of uuan.ee and income ; and before tbe Assembly as custodians of the publio money and nursers of the public resources yielded up any of their income, it should be shown that a necosmty existed for their dning so, aal that ilicv could afford to doso. Those who advocated the abolition of interest failed not only to show that there was a necessity for it, but failed also to provo that those concerned d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

. J-**~ .;. j.,]8QlHftEENS. 'C- .. . '[ To *B*,«*is* J-r «be cDirnri.taoffs wmtia. Btt.-^-I. have but & very flbort notice to bestow-««:tiio4abonred jind elfgttnt artiolij ^liaMioteistioJofiJie writer, And.fulfy sub teinB^eitmi^ition lie -Jias already ttohiered for.tilaiiatirtuiavittfperfttioni' -?:?' ?';:??:??. I^Jpj'&roier.letter IconvictGd_lniQ of n Wfc^ pf Bpologising as any gentlbman trotdaTiaye done, lie reiterateB tbeiiiBtilt and. , immuates ? falsehood agftmst Dr. ChiBholm and myself. The miserablo sub.: . terfage ky wliieh .fee «ndeavonrs to escape from tb« cbargo' js worthy of such a scrib bler; bnt.it wilj avail him little in the face of XfciVhidiohp'B positive denial, and my. own?, assurance, that I have dibcharcjed EVIffit1 StX^piKOE; OF MY LAEOE PECUNUHY obiHoAtio^ io itiM: Professional geutlemen we-ijjt'in .fbe liabit of making out long «- accounts against gratuitous patients, and Dr;.(|&oc$B present admission, that ho bad eeeffweSccoutrt.nt' i...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

SABriMX TIME TA^pk -. V i 9.46ajn. A&UWtfL ? ???- \ ll.80p.tfi. - iif«.m. 8 ajn.* '- ' ' 9,26 a.m. - 1.SS j^m., XV' ;.-.- - j -*-*?*.*?£' **''. ?'* TJUISS LKlVE 04lPBa0t.TO««- (ASBVEil*, SlDHST. ' iMOfcin.-' -*? ?- '- -? ??'- aSoini. '-/F. W.8a.in; ? - ?-tt.40»,nx. S.60p.nv -. « «..*«?. — i''»(B#o paa.—1'''*** '-**1!* BlTDRDAT ADDttjlONilK . '.-'?' 7.48 iyn.. , ., _, _„ . ,. . .. ( ., ,8,10 p.m. - - , -.. * ,? Trains toToVflvaaej''fo-1 AJlmry ' on -? Mon&w , Wednesdays and Fridays a.t 8,20 s^m.,, arriving in OompbeUtywn ftt'Ill ija., tut pick up passengers «ily.-...'j' ?/'.' .-? ' , - ?? .;??- ?. .,? ?'..'''' % 0 A M P B ELX» T O . W N .ft E E A L D, Published, cveiy Wednesday aud Satittdny. ; ^Satobday, Eebbvaby !-), 1881.

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INCORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

ISCOWOBATION. TO WE EDJIOa OT THE CUITDXLLTOWX SEMbD. Sir, — As lam desirous that the public ihould know the reasons why I resigned my pooition as Secretary of the Progress Committee, I beg to make the {allowing statement : Same three weeks ago I wan toll by one ot the Coinmittcemea, that two or three members had inlormel him that they thought I had been bought over by Mr. Fieldbouse. Imme diately on learning this, I forwarded my resignation to the chairman, stating my reasons for so doing. A: tha messing which was held eoino days after, 1 was requested to retain iny position. The matter having been explained anl been assured by the chairman and outers that I hal given every satis faction, I consented to withdraw and complete the petition. Two day* afterwards, my heel, which Lai been sore for sometime, became so bad that I was unable to walk, and on obtaining medical advice, was informed that unless I rested for two or three wt*k.i, I might be crippled for months. As I ha I promised...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

Pddlio interest- largely centres 'upon belaud. ? It-' forms the-Uienieot pulitical speeches withoufcnnm.. bor, of countless loading articles, an l-»f more portoDtouB statements 'in the principal magazines and rev^irs. -The leading journals have, their special representatives in'thc disturbed districts, and brilliant letters, extending over three or'f0ur~oolumns, have a prominent place iu their- pages. Meu of the provo) ability of sir. Vbss. llusssu, V-^-t ore writing in adrrcao' of schemes c-r land-reform 'of the most sweeping nnd comprehensive character. In addition to all this, there art two commission)) gathering evidcricc'and abundant signs that the Government is preparing a Bill whieh- will go directly to -the root of Hie admitted evils. Whatever else the agitation of the LaudliDE'iue may have accomplished, it has certainly brought tbe people' of England to look at these Irish grievances in a much more serious light than they have .been addicted to in bygone times. If we atv no...

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INCORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

INCORPORATION. to rm: EBiwn of tux OAUmzixTowK herald. ' when men are full of envy they disparage every thing, whether it be good or bad.' Tacitdb. Sin, — In reply to ' Small Area,' I must remark that his brain is evidently of small area, and capable of nothing but nonsense ; but then it is only natural that ' Small Area ' should makca buit, consciiuently the public will take no notice of his letter which appeared in your issue of last Saturday, beyond this, that it is evident 'Small Area' and his' satellites to really in favour of the large aroa, but like most oextlhsies of their doss, arc cowards enough to be afraid to give way to what they know to be the best vrellare ot Catnpbclltowu. Now for argument, and I must apologise lor attempting to argue with a man o( so small a capacity a* 'Sinall Area.' 1st, ?' Small Area' says, -For it stands to reason that if the arcs is enlarged, tha working expenses must be also iucrcaufd. True O King 1 But if by increasing the Area one halt we in...

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MARRIED, BAPTISED, AND HANGED WITHIN TWO DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

MARRIED, BAPTISED, AND HANGED WITHIN TWO DAYS. A wedsino took place in November iu Virginia under somewhat peculiar circum stauces. The biidogroom, who rejoiced, in tbe liigh-Bounding name of Marcus -de Lafayette Hawley, was under the sentence of death for shooting the tnan who had evicted him from bis holding in Poor Moun tain in June last. The bride, a Miss Nannie Hawkius, was the mother of two of his children, and it was to legitimatize these children Add fulfil his promises to their mother that the wedding took place two days before the execution. In the graphic words »)f the New York HtraUi, ' the bridal chamber was the prison cell,, bis attire the blaek habiliments prepared for his execution, aud bis bride a veritable bride of death.' Daring the ceremony, which was performed by a minister of the Protestant Episcopal CJiurcl), the bridegroom was permitted to have his hands free, but the irons were not removed from his feet. After the wedding he made a profession of faith, was b...

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CAUGHT IN HER OWN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

CAUGHT IN HER OWN TRAP. A lady who suspected that her husband was in tho habit of kissing Katy the maid, resolved to detect him in the act. After watching for some days she heard him com ing in one evening, and passing through into the kitchen. Now Katy was out that oven ing, aud the kitchen was dark. Burning with jealousy the wife took some matches iu her hand, and hastily pricing a shawl over her head as Katy sometimes did, she entered the kitchen by tho bask door, and was' seized and embraced iu tlie most ardent manner. With hot- heart almost bursting with rage aud jealousy, the injured wifa prepared to administer a terrible rebuke to her faithless spouse. Tearing herself 'from bis foul embrace, sho struck a match and stool faco to face with — tho birod man. Her husband says his wife lias never treated Lim so well sinco the first night they j ware married, as she has for tho last few , days. I

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. WESLEYAN METHODISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (from our correspondent.) WESLEYAN METHODISM. A well-attended Weslevau conference has just closed its proceedings. Its wise deli beration - aud eloquent deliverances have been considered with interest by all earnest minds that are anxious to lotiru the results of every organization whose end is the good of the world. Mighty is the work that We.iloy.in methodisin has Aoae in its day, but ot late the power ana inttuencc bave diminished. This is its own free acknow ledgment. With a ring o! sadness and regret in its tones it is now asking the why and the wherefore of this loss of the potency it once wi?UeJ. The firm hold it once had upon tho masses is unloosing, at least as fir as this community is concerned. As a rule the churches appertaining to the Wes leyaus are not as well attended as they used to' be. Perhaps the spirit of the present age accounts for the falling away, for the general cry is against the diinunition of attendants at divine worship. THE POLICE COU...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. BEAUTY UNADORNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. BEAUTX Ufi«SdBNED. The followitis; is a part of a letter from Oiuoiunati, U.S.A., ditted Noveuibw, 1680 : — Par some niouths paatViur city lias been raving m'tdly obout the cbarms of a r^visjitriclv. bAautifol fem&lo model, who bas only adopted that sAUattc profiSBisu witUiii the Ust uftltywvr, audvhose cxtraordinftry loveliness of form threw all who h*d the good fortune to behold ft into ft condition of. ecstatic franco. Hot even tbo saow-limbed Sve blueing under the fli-Ht rosy rays of the young son of Eden's garden of eternal summer; uor Aphrodite tho love-inspiring, first rising from ttie creamy foam of the sapphire ^E.^ean sea ;? nor naughty Phryoe, whoso exquisitely formed limbs tho xnoJern art world stilt worships in the marble of the Mediecm Vonaa, nor aught of perfect femininity that poet or pviutev ever dreamed of ; the artists ever could surpass is physical beauty this wonderful woman. A reporter whose wicked aud-ever-wide-open cant these s...

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BUCHANAN VERSUS M'ELHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

BUCHANAN VERSUS M'ELHONE. '' When Greek meets Greek, &c.JI They met on Tuesday night, and things. must have been pretty lively. We take tbe following from Wednesday's 8. it.Uentd:— ' . - -?'?.-' . MOTION OF ADJ0OTSMENT. Mr. Buchanan moved the adjournment of the House. He said I do this because I do not know any other means available to enable me to bring a inat ter under the notice of tlie Houte, which I 'think demands attention. Hon. members will recollect that the hon. member for the tipper Hunter made a meat noise here about the granting of free passes on the railways, aud denounced as scoundrels and knaves all those who asked for free passes, b» jetil as those who gave them. We were regaled with no end of vituperation, directed against th jse who asked for free passes, and also those who committed thejvery great offence of giving them. Well, 'one, hearing the indignation of the lion, member, would think that at least he, at all events, would be guiltless of such a tiling...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. ECHOES OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

(^^J^dbi^jRlfe1nT|i91sT^ '?'' iplC^PBS 0F-5-^;jf^nT. \ Sveet echo, svaetest aymph tint Jiv'at unseen, Within thy airy Shell. G'onius.— MtLTOX. Whllrt the babblingfecho mocks. ' .' k ''? L 5W!*w 4nar«Mif(;u»-^SiUEBpen8, THE TOWS HALL. , Great respite from £taaU .laixses spring; instanoes, toe gigantic loafy oak from » email seedling, and the discovery ofastai-tUngfraud4)yjneaaso£M'Elhoiie's tobacco smeared' pen-knife, Sinpo ^hnita's incar cerated AtchVishop first cut his way through some tons of bricks and stone, in that wonderful sou «noireled«n«tle, there is probably nothing foi-history to relate, that mieht couiimre withthis sham and cutting argument, proving tho uueotindnese of the walls of Sydney's Town Mall, and calling for severe punishing of the .very careful contractor, and very competent city architect. Wheil the grateful pos terity of the present nation contemplate erecting a monument to the memory of this far famed colonial legislator, the sculptor will perhaps act on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TEfc^toiMfBEXVLtOWN HERALD, . ::%.. .^i-.C.. :, ?«* ??;.-??-. - ..??' '?? '. ? Cwnaw.OiTarpool, Appin, Picton, and Msaangle ',.._ .- '.f ,Al«arttaer. ????:?:?.?:???;?-? was established on the Uth February, S880, as ii weekly nowapaper* From the ^4 th August follow, ing, having beeu only six montha in existence, the goneroue support it. received enaUod tho Proprietor toprini;BnipubUshtheC7am£beUrwn.£feraW ,' ' -sc ?-; ?;?. x- '?' ,%**!$ .* :*BBK, . . ,. ? »t oni fourth only of additional costs to advertisers. TJj'o^italaUon is largo, and increasing every week. tbip-e™ttfiipnHi«li*aevei7 iffJCNfiSDAT A 8ATDEDAT MOEJJING, ?;* *ih*l edition being atruckofl on Jj^SD&yV ?«n-AY EVENING. ...._; to oaten Ae nails : ao *hrt distant subscribers *uay Ids placed on M equal footing, lor. local and general jiewsj-witn those who ttstw in CampbeUtown and immediate vicinity. ?-:. ? '? ' ? f - ?? subscriptions:— One Jownd (£1) * Tear ; or6s per quarter of three months, payable in advance. It B...

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