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THE MARQUIS OF LORNE ON PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

THE MARQUIS OF LORNE ON PRO TECTION.. A free tk/uje paper says : — Bearing in mind that Canada is a dependency of the British Crown, and that her Governor-General is appointed by tlie English Ministry for the time being, the speech made by the Marquis of Lome in -opening the Dominion Parlia ment a few days ago suggests at first sight a strikiug incongruity of position and of sentiment. He congratulated both Houses on the prosperity of Canada, and pointed out that the new tariff had promoted its manufactures and commerce besides increas ing its revenue. He said that Parliament hud been summoned earlier than the usual time iu order to decide as to the carrying out of the Pacific Railway,. contracts for which had been entered into with European and American capitalists. Now the tariff which Lord Lome or his advisers think so beneficial is strongly Protectionist in character, aud bears with special severity on English mauufacturers. It may be remem bered that a deputation waited upon Si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

? W«a ClIlPBfcl.I.TO'WN HE BALD. V.-';-i:f,' h ? - ';«!?? VMS*. ' r,:i WWW88MI * 81TDBDAT UOBNIMO, ; ,. .funnu * wudai svaamra* '?; , ».-^*L«»fc: » *ttfflrt»»t«iAMrtb«««n«y ? ?' ' ''!''? ''1' ? ' HMO— ^^ - * ' ?..?.., ;: . aBBaOWWOIIBS— '^SSTStaLiers «nd on flie'uth August, 14*h timodsonlTeansttteeriber* decline, by «mng em ?v «or«K»niaj— ?'.. ' ' . „ aJmrtbemenU ate charged tor at the following *^,^AiniSo»:-axp«»P-* line «» * **» timrriiw ABmnmaajsjemts 4rf Births, Msrnagts, Wot only law On serriees «( tu of fete* ? Bill heads isMs SEX. »»*' y. wbbb. ?m- » * ? * « B Th. Bnl««M4 wUl ltd obliged it persons 5HS* «** *««*? Sraehs-. ?euld_ kddras. : «aSkc' -tfi» paitiealar japar lor wWeh *he . jjbnl^lrkc OU t#**, «t J»e Canute *W ;- OftiUwwtniniMiHwii-T' -»1 ? ,i-« M— -» . ** , , W.WBBB. ? '%2£aB*wt Mh BaghwW UM. ma ? o » »__* ?? -*-* ?? *? «&5Ettow»s aTdosi J*« O« Fdto-.lHiHiihed IS* U-«d. per quarter. The cheapest advertising aaadiaai ia New South Watae. W. WKBB, Proprietor. /...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

SiXLMfKY TOSS TABLE. ' Turn Lam flrmntT. Abotb it Ciitrmuiraim 9.45 a.m. 11.18 a.m. - USpjn. ? 7.6-jn. 8.30 p.m. 9.40 p.m. lUOpJm. LWajn. 8ucmut ABurnoiua 7.65 ajn. 6.16 ajn. JLKp.m. 3.9Trun. Taun bun Curraxuiowi. latum at Story* 7.10 a.m. &S0«.m. 9-tta.m. 11.13 ajn. - ft.4ap.rn. CtOpjn. HiTCBMT ABDITMWb IMfja. 9.10 pja. The flaily mail and passenger train from Albnry mohBCCampbeUtown at 6 «.ra., and picks op and ?sis down when required.

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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

Saxobimt, Jdlt 2, 1881. 'Tes hottest debate yet hell in the Diocesan Synod lias been upon the bishop's appenda to the marriage law. The prclatic com mand ifithat only under exceptional circum stances and by special permission the mat riruocinl knot shall be tied in other places titan churches. Some of the clergy are not ineliueil to obey this mandate, regarding it at once as an interference with their free dom of action, and an unwise barrier against the interests of their denomination. Both these objections are valid, for how can ? liberty of conscience be exercised where wot*** roUnt « minister of religion is com pelled to observe s rule be does not approve of. And with regard to standing in thi light of the Church of England it is certaiii that if sack difficnlties are raised iu con nection with being married according to her cites and ceremonies, people who prefer a private wedding will enter the holy estate by simpler roads. By those members of the Synod who bow to the decree o...

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THERESA PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

'?.???? THERESA PARK RACES. A vpRT pleasant day 'was 'spent at Theresa Park;'otf Tnesday,;wlien, by the exertions' of Mr.'M'Mullen, several horse races were run. The weather was all that could be desired, the fields were moderate.the rao-; ing very passable, and, as Mr. M'Mullen' spared no pains to afford amusement for his guests, all wero pleased aud satisfied; The Jii-fit race was the' Maiden Plate, which' ;fefl to Wombine. the vicV-rv bein-; an easy toe. The Therpsa Park Handicap was carried.bff ; by Captain Cook, with Idalia second, and Charity third ; the race being won easily. The Shorts was the next race on the list, aud agsiin Captain Cook caught the judge's eye.first ; . next to him being. C.S. - The best race of the day was the Ladies' Mile. Woinbino and Charity raced neck aud neck, and many were the speculations as to which ?would prove the victor. Wombine was not to be denied, and the race finished Wom bine, first, Charity, second. Several less important, though iuterest...

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GARDENING INFORMATION—JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

OAKDKNtNO INFORMATION-JULY. Thm month eocnspS&s to J&nanjj in Qieat Britain ; it is usually ? w; wet month. KircBiti (U*db».— Keep the hoe at work, u weeds ?M mm BwncrQiu «h»n ognet.b)e this tnontt. If Uwfusithwr he te*ont»ble,-Mnwi early parrot* tiuy he ?own fe drill); «lso pate and broad Windsor bean* (Mfshfes, «m6»IoU, &. Oontinae the ?trthing op of Mlarj, ant also of advaaoiiKr cnw. JBaat out icttDOH, -«aM*gev wiUflowore, Ao. Bhnha* plantations sliouM have their winter tossing by clearing off all *Vscajad Wwia and weeds, and oowr tpg the ttafcwita muoitv ? Aspsrtgos, ariiohotos, aniMa-kata,«hoal4beiimaarly«ttnidedto. Gnu JWi-iWMtorijlwJwJBWi.. rwvten. «Hrinn «I onions tfandd w Hdmwd and tnnstfanted. Sow «*ljo»anB.sw« to hotbed*. ', Flows* (haran.— Transplanting may atal be pranwiai with. Grass plots and bwn* will need ?Msntfto. Bilbao! all Unit iWd lie looked to. Boms bmj be prnaod ant planted. Hardy animals ?ad pumaUU Jnw be «own- Pot oB cuttings ol nane...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO DR. GOODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

coMi'iiiMfcNt^j/biKNER to imAiocS^j The members of the Morning Star Court & Porestersf Camden, gave a complimentary I M ^/eepxlGoode^oii: .Wednedlay. eieb-' inglaBt.' Between forty aud fifty. gonUemeu aat down' to-ftu c!ioeUOTitiw-llatioH'oitfefaay prepared and. supervised, by Mre. Huntly, present. '^The attendance' wa| good, and When all was ready the dodloV'arriveH, arid was receivfea with'cTjeer?^ iSHtfelulfcrs'oP the lodge, whowere in waitifag'-to receive him. -There ~we'rp,6eyeral*xliStiiig-U8bea' members of the order from Sydney, besides several gentlemen L.!from; Campbellto'wniJ After an excellent meal hadbeen^atteSteu of, and all had efpteBsed^emselves in- ttie most'compiimeiitfiry'inautier as to, every tlung. cgngected^tb.li^ffiniior, tne,vt»WeB were .clearea. ? ,'?? ;x!' . *''*' '? ' ?'-?! £ ir The chair ?\disi*'.$e-}upj-i-l by P.S.G.Rt* Wilhani;B6niBmin.4:S£iieyiiwhohaidi.on;iiis right Dr. C^ojie; a'ud-^iB'.C.B. JVederipk' Passau ; and'oiThisleni'B.'B; John Hampto...

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CAMPBELLTOWN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The usual weekly meeting of the above committee was held in the Temperance Hall, on Thursday evening last, and the following members were present:—Messrs.   Airey (in the chair), Campion, McSullea, Barker, Gee, Graham, Brown, Spicer, Chippindall, Milgate, Bocking, and Broad. Apologies were received from from Messrs.     Bull, Knight, McGuanne, Webb, and Lusted, for non-attendance. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, and it was proposed by Mr. Campion and seconded by Mr. Barker that they be not confirmed, but the proposition was lost, and the minutes were therefore confirmed. The discussion on the desirability of   co-operating with the Picton Agricultural and Horticultural society in the holding of annual shows (the proposition of which stood in Mr. Webb's name) was postponed till the ensuing meeting, on the proposition of Mr. Bocking, seconded by Mr. Brown.   Mr. Campion pro...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The Police Commission is still sitting in Melbourne. The unemployed are again becoming troublesome at Melbourne. Several disorderly scenes have occurred, of late in the Victorian Assembly. Owing to the small pox scare it is said the royal princes will not visit Sydney. The Windsor Castle has arrived at Bris bane. She has a cargo of immigrants. The estate of Marcus Clarke, the well known Victorian novelist, has been seques trated.     The annual Masonic ball has been post poned in the hopes that the young princes may attend.   The yonng princes visited Ballarat on Tuesday. The weather is intensely cold in the Goulburn district.             The Minister for Lands is still unable to resume his duties.             On Sunday at Hamilton, Victoria, a man   named...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

M ARRI A G E.     Hinton— Rutherford.— June 25th, at the residence of the bride. Campbelltown, by the Rev. W.   Fincham, John Hinton, builder and contractor, of 4, Bligh-street, Sydney, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Robert Rutherford, and step- daughter of the late James Caldwell, of Camp- belltown. THE OAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. Published every Wednesday and Saturday.

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29th, 1881. Before Messrs. Fieldhouse and Bocking. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 2 July 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT Wednesday, June 29th, 1882 Before Messrs. Fieldhouse and Bocking Robert Roberts was charged with feloni ously stealing from the Campbelltown rail way station, on the 27th June, certain monies, amounting to £1.18.6d., the pro perty of the Commissioner for New South Wales railways.                 Senior-constable Beatty deposed about 8 o'clock yesterday morning the 28th instant, Mr. Dwyer, the railway's station master at Campbelltown, came to the police station and reported to me that his office had been robbed of about 90s, in silver, and that he suspected the prisoner before the court, who had slept on the station ; instructed Constable Starret to look for the prisoner, and he brought him to the court house about 9.30 p.n. and stated that the prisoner had reported that he had been robbed of £28, the night previous; on questioning the prisoner I did not b...

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MISCELLANEOUS. LORNE AND LOUISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

MISCELLANEOUS.' LORNE AX1) LOUISE. Ottawa, Out., April 5. — The early return of the Priiiccss Louise to Gnuoda is aunounced, her royal .highness beiag expected here nboufr the beginning of May. There can be no doubt that the lady absented herself from the capital duriuc the season in order. to escape contact with the viilgar toadies who have stared at her and dogged her ever since her arrival iu Canada. She was once called upon to entertain a company of boors who would have disgraced a dauco-house in any portion of a large city. It was her first taste of colonial manners, and there is good reason fo- believe 'that she will never forget the insults of that night. The country then witnessed the spectacle of nu eminent judge reeling drunk in a bull-room ; a meinser, considered nu ornament to the House, mistaking the hat-rack for a public convenience ; one of the ' aristocratic' officers ot the cirii service, overcome by food too rich for his stomach, vomiting against the wall of the ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

Houowat's Pills. — PreWsisn.— As nutnmn treads on winter, slender, delicate, and palo-faced youths become lisllens, languid, debilitated, useless an alterative, combined with some tonic, be administered to quicken their enfeebled orgnnp. This precise requirement is supplied in -ho'e notel Pills, which con and will ncooaiplish oil tliat is wanted, proviicd the printed instructions i-u r iuix.1 ingtbem meet with scrupolousattcntion. Hollunay's Tills are especially adapted to supply the incdicnl wants of youth, liecauso his medicine aota gently, though surely, as a purifier, regulator, alterative, tonic', and mild aperient. A very few doses ot those Fills will convince any discouraged invalid that his cure lies in bis own hands, and a little perseverance only is demanded lor ilu completion. TUT E D i; -C A '-*!. \V. J. JACKSON, M.D., &c, CAMDEN, - ? (Late of ? the University College :of the Paoifio; St. '.Mary's Hospital; Marine Hospital; thcUniver sity of Durham; Newcastle-upo...

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HIS SOLEMN WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

HIS SOLEMN WABNING. ' Yaas, there's money made in stocks, uo doubt,' said tho old man, as he removed his hat and ran his fingers through his gray locks, ' but it's a reesky bizness ; it's suthin' like betting on where lightning's going to strike, with the odds in favour of hitting the tree you staud under.' ' Theu you never speculate ? ' 'Never. I dig along on the old farm, taking one crop with another, aud pulling out stumps when I've nothing else to do ; aud, if I don't make any great stakes, I haven't anything to worry over. I had a purty solemn warning during the coal-ile excitement, and it cured me o' speculatin'.' 'How was.that?' ' Waal, 1 was a widower then ; wife fell down the well, and was drawed out as stiff as a poker. I had a big farm, lots of stock, and was called purty solid. We all got excited about ile, aud all of us dug more or less holes iu search of the stuff. All of a sudden a widder liviu' about two miles from me found ile in a dozen places ou her form. She was ...

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THE LATE HAMILTON HOME THE EXPLORER. [A.] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

THE IATE HAMILTON HUME, THE EXPLORER. fA.l Early on the morning of the 19th April, Hamilton Hume passed away to his rest. That his memory deserves to be had in grateful rcinernbranco by his countrymen, the following brief memoir will, we think, fully prove ; for though tho public actions of his life were few in number, vet thev were of such a character as accurately to show what manner of man he was ; and iu the history of Australian Exploration his name must always hold a prominent place — a place quito on. a level with those of Stnrt, Kennedy, Mitchell, and M'Kinlay. Hamilton Hume was born at Farramatta on the 18th June, 1797. Ho was the eldest of the four children of Mr. Commis sary A. II. Hume, who, in 1797, had left England for* Australia on board the frigate Guardian, commanded by Biou, ' the gal lant good Biou,' of subsequent historic fame. Of these four children only one now survives — Mr. F. Bawdon Hume, of Castle steads. Mr. J. K. Hume was killed many years ago. The only d...

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SELECT POETRY. SONG OF THE DECANTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

. 13 EL E C T P O E TB Y. SONG OF THE DECANTEB, ? - ? There was on old . : ., decanter, . and ? ' ' »'?:.. . - mouth was (Jtiping wide ; . tho rosy wine had cb- ' . , txA away and let ita crystal side: and the wind wenthuui- - . minK — humming up an d down tbo wind it blew, nnd through the recd like hol low neck the wild est note it blew. Iphvelit inthc window, where the blast was blowing trcc.and fancied that its pale mouth sang the qnecrest strains tome. 'They call mc-puay conq::c o 8 1 tho Hague has slain his ten, and War liis hundred thousands of the very best of men; but I'— 'twasthus the Bottle epoke— ' but I have conquered more than all your fa mous conquerors, so feared andf ainci of yore. Then come ye youths and maidens, come and drink from oat my cup, the beverage that dulls the brain and burns the spirits. up ; that pnts to shame yon conquer ors that slay their scores below for this had deluded millions with the lava tide of woe. Tho' in the path of battles darkest stream...

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THE PEDESTRAIN AND THE BLOODHOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

THE PEbfifeJBAIN'l&D 1EHE BLOODHOUNDS., Hemung Lord W.'e boast that his blood liouuds -would . track any living, thing, by ?scent alone, Col.. A. wagetcd a hundred guineas they would not attack a man, and asked Mountjoy to'wiiithe'wagerft-riiim, assuring the startled pedestrian there was no danger of- dogs catching him, as they were -. 6low runners, and he would take 'care sufficient start was allowed him .; 'the .objeot being, .-simply ,4o tee't' -;the' power, 'pfscept. The 'trial came off over three , jniies of ground round Hampstead Heath. After the dogs had sniffed -at- Mounfjoy's legs, he made his way leisurely for half the course, when the flag was ^dropped and the bounds set lose. They tracked their^uarry splen didly, but were .000 yards behind when Mountjoy reachfcd the inn at Hie end of the course, . and. shut 'the 'door ftpon them, out ?side which! they howled jheUdissatiBfaietion until remdved%tbeir^eperl'tX-Jifb6fieT^rs ia the bloodhounds' «oent frere still uncon...

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VISIT OP THE QUEEN TO HUGHENDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

VISIT OF THE $UEEN TO ' HUGHENDEN. Tubs Queen, accompanied by Princess Beatrice, left Windsor CaBtle on Saturday afkiuioon, April 80, for Hughcudoii Church, to visit the Aomb of the iate Earl of Beaconsfiold, travelling by road tho whole distance— -about twenty miles. ?? /The visit was of a strictly private. nature, and uo intelligence of the expected visit ;?was allowed to transpire to tbo public. The few Visitors who were at Hughonden in the, morning saw, however, that 'prepara tions were being made for the ne-qpeniug of the vault, and the conjecture that some thing unusual was iu progress brought together about,. 200 persons from High Wyooiube. The churchyaid was open to. visitors in the nioruiug, but later ou admission was refused. Early in the afternoon a body of the Bucks constabulary arrived from Aylesbury, and took charge of the entrances. By three o'clock the plank ing had been taken from the sloping leading to tho vault, aud the earth which had been placed against the door...

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WHEN TO CUT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

WsHBN TO ,.CUT HAY. It willifloonjbe ..tiine^^ut'^a^Barly crop of hay. Therefore a number of things- to ^determine, the .proper^ ikime to do this w'ork; first' as to tlie feBding'value of thohay. For this, as for as quality is concerned, there is no^bubt that the' grass and clover. 'should te ctft''tf trifle before 'the 'period -of i full blossom. From this tufleohtbiiheiiearend of blossoming, though there may be an lincreasQ in the weight of the hay gathered, it is of much poorer quality ; the nutritive elements' lia fe not' -increased- materially, Jjnf.thara is ft 'tnuqh larger , per cant of undigestible woody fibre. Secondy^ the value of the aftermath is increased by the early cutting, as it hft6 ten or. twenty days longer , to. grow., Thirdly, therb is a prao- . tical advantage inr cuttifeg-ttie hay early, as it prolongs the haying season and permits of less hurry and therefore more care in gathering 'the*' 6rop.LJ.:!Hie6e ipoints apply equally w^ll ,to the grain crops, they bei...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

^ iBMtWiY 3«au fiilliB. v Tajiiim Iirivr Shivbv. ' Asaivfi » .CammhuAtowh 9.15 -i.m. ?_?..:..-.,.,. U.18»in. ' &86;p4u.f v..-1 '!.u:--!f..Wp.in. '-. J ' ~ -?-.,?: .vKttj^.r^. T; i ?- UtOpin.'/ .?' i lLSpikm. ?; » l.iOa.m. BiiOBDiv ABDinoSit, .^ -.- ^ .;'-?? 7,55 a.m. -' 9.i6n.m.~ ' 1.55 p.m. ,.'..- S.27p.Ui. Tbusb JjiiTJ OiwisiitowH. Aisiyit « Siurntr. - 740ttJii.''-' -?' ''* 8,S0a,in. &SSMB. , ' 11.33 4,m. . -? S.tOpjn. -.' ?'.-'- ?'---?'^.app.Ttt. : . Btrotuxt AiiuiTiosii. ;„? .'.'., . ',.'.' ' 7^8 p.m. ??'.:' 7, / 9.10p.m. The Jsilr in^ a«4 piwscURer trala front Albuiy ? rcaohes Caia|il-cUu)*ii »i, 0 n m, »uJ picks up and sets dowu u-hea roiulrciL . :

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