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WILCANNIA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

WILCANNIA. Fridftv. A little rain fell hero this morning, which ended in a dust-storm. Provisions are getting dearer. The 2-lb loaf is selling at Is ; sugar, sold at auction to-day, released Is per lb., and lea 4s. Saturday. By last night's mail from Mount Browne a bag full of quartz arrived for crushing analysis, Two coaches left Wilcannia to-day crowded with passengers from tho diggings. Very few at present ore returning. Encouraging prospects are reported from the reefs, and it is generally anticipated that tho Mount Browne diggings will lead to the opening up of and settling in Central Australia.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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(From the Sydney Papers.) TEMORA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

(From the Sydney Paneri.) TEMOEA. Saturdav. A rush is reported about twenty mileB from hero on the l'oung road. The sinking is 7 feet and upwards. Good prospects have been obtained. Many left this moruing. Magnificent specimens .from Burke's reef are being exhibited at Heydon's Hotel this morning. Bell's reef crusliing from the deep lead went very poor. 200 loads from Tynan's prospecting claim went 14 dwts. to tho load. Several fresh water shafts havo struck water. The Golden Gate party struck a very rich patch, and splendid prospects are being got.

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

PUBLIC MEETING.' On Saturday afternoon last the meeting convened by advertisement was held in the Temperance Hall, and notwithstanding that ample publicity had been given to the matter, and that the afternoon was one of the most beautiful of the season, onlv the following gentlemen put in appear ance: — Messrs. E. H. Fieldhouse, Dillon, Doyle, Campion, Brown. Aiuey, P. B. Hurley, Leuuox, Mabbott, and Webb. On the motion of Mr. Brown, seconded by Mr. Dillon, Mr. Fieldhouse was voted to the chair. Tho chairman said the meeting had been called for the purpose of co-operating with Pictou. He did not know exactly what it was propoaed to do that afternoon, and would call upon Mr. Dillon. Mr. Dillon said the meeting had beeu called for the purpose of electing a commit tee to represent Camphelltowu, to work with the committees of Picton and Caindcn. He was sorry there were so few present, but he attributed the small attendance more to tho meeting being held on Saturday afternoon than a want...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. SATURDAY, July 23RD 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Katukday. July 23kd 1881. Before Messrs. E. H. Fieldhouse and P. B. Hurley. CnjPl'lSBALI, V. DWVEB. £2— balance of horse sold. Verdict for plaintiff. . - DONAGuY V. NAYLOR. £ 1 — rent of house. Verdict for plaintiff. M'NABB V. C1')QHAN. £9 19s 8d— goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SyDNEY, Tuesday, 11.55 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

TEIiEGBAPHICNEWS. SIDNEY. Tuesday, 11.55 a.m. (feoii orjn bteciai eei'oetek.) The case, Goode v. Onslow, was continued tlus morning. Soon after Court commenced, one of the jury was found to be under the influence of drink The case was consequently adjourned till this after-' noon. ; 2.S0 p.m. The juryman was too ill to attend thitf afternoon, and the case has been postponed till to-morrow.

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, JULY 25. (BANGO COURT.—Before his Honor Mr. Justice Windeyer.) CHISHOLM v. GOODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

SUPREME COOBT; . ??' Monoav, July 25. :- -(Bamoo Cohbt. — Before liis 5ohor*Mr. i. Justice Windeyer.) V ?-;=; ' '''.--? - ??'?- OHIBHOtM V.OOODK. ? ?/..'? Xs Jury: Measrs...!TIiomii8 Henry Dearon, ^nwieH Thoiniis$|pi-^n,ri?ater W#s»»«icl . ^3?kiederiok 0ibt)ons. ~'. I '-': v Sir Geprgo inuBsaud Mr, Bruce Smith, iuBtraotea by Messrs. Nortou find Smith, for the ulftintiffi Mr. Salomons, Q.C., Mr. ;G.&f0i&}^u;i&^.W6g6rBt MA Mr. -3. B. Stephen, iuBtiruotodby Messrs. Robertsou ^a#iBh^fbTfiliejefenaaa{.' tiW' ,- ; ? ^i'^Hiii linis ita . 'abtiop^fpr libel brought by .Br. Edwin Chisliolm, a medical praotitiouer, 'formerly practising at Camden, against Dr. Goode, to whom the plaintifi had sold bis practice. ' Oo; the ? proposal of bis Honor, the counsel on either aide conferred with the View to a settlement ; and ultimately the following agreement -was come to: — 'The ^defendant expresses regret for the offensive expressions ina&e use of by hun in regard to th...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. There was a very large quantity of produce offered .yesterday morning at the Darling Harbour sales and the attendance was good. The following are the quotations : — Hay, oaten, bales 4s to 4s 9d, trusses 3s Cd to 4s 7d, bundles 3s to 4s Cd ; wheaten, bales 3s Gi to 4s, bundles 39 Cd to 4s 4d ; oaten and wheaten, bales 3s 6d to 4s Cd, bundles 3s Cd to 4s 6d ; lucerne, bales 2s Cd to 3s 6d, trusses 3s to 4s 3d ; straw, bales 2s 3d to 2s Cd, bundles 2s Cd to 2s 9d ; chaff, oaten 4b to 4s 9d per cwt. respectively. Along the wharfs business is also brisker than it has been, in a few respects, for some time past, although quotations for certain commodities are still low. Hay continues a little dull ; best lucerne, £3 to £3 5s ; others, £2 Ss to £2 15s ; oaten, £2 6s to £2 10s ; straw, £2 to £2 103 per ton. The butter market remains in an unsatisfactory condition at Is to Is (id per lb. ; bacon, 5d to 5£-1 ; ham, Cl to 8d ; lard, 5d to 6d per lb. respectively ; honey, 3d to Od,...

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WILLIAM INGLIS [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

William raai.tfl Hepokts having sold during the week ending Jnly 22nd, 1881, at Railway Auction Mart and Stock Sale Yards, Stock and Produce at the fallowing quota tions:— Milch Cows, ca:h, £2 2s (idlo £9 10s ; Calves, each, 46 Od to 80s Gd ; Lambs, each, Gs to 11b 6d, Pigs, alive, each, 10s Cd to £3 Is ; Suckers, each, 3s Od to 9s 6d; Turkeys, per pair, Cs Od to 15s Od ; Geese, per pair, 5s Od to 7s Od ; Duoks, per pan-, 6s Od to 6s 3d ; Fowls, per pair, 2s fid to 4s Cd ; Butter (roll) per lb.. Is Id to Is lOd ; Butter (keg) per lb., Is Id to Is 7Jd ; -Bacon, per lb., 8Jd to Cd ; Cheese per lb., 4id to CJd; Eggs, per dozen. Is 3Jd to Is Gd. Hides, perlb.,2Jd to 3Jd; Sheepskins, 3}d to Cd ; Felts, Id to 3d ; Tallow, per cwt., 20s to 29s ; Maize. 2s Cd to 2s lOd. Also, at Darling Harbour, 47 trucks of Hay, Straw, Chaff, and Potatoes, as under. No. op Bjte Truck. ' feb cwi. s. d. 507 Pioton Oaten Hay .. 4 0 - 2240 Campbelltown ditto . . 3 10 934 Ditto ditto . . 4 2 1161 Ditto ditto . ...

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BOURKE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

BOUBKE. Mondav. A fire occurred here last night on the promises belonging to Messrs. Harris and Spike, adjoining their Eoyal Hotel. An old man known as 'Old Soldier,' a Waterloo veteran, who was sleeping in one of the rooms, was discovered lying in his bod powerless, with the bedclothes burning around him. He wbb oarriod out just in time to escapo being burnt to death. Tho night was very calm, and no wind was blowing, otherwise a serious conflagration might have resulted. Harris and Spike are not insured. The fire originated in the oarpenter'a room, hut it is not known by what means.

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LONDON. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

LONDON. Jnlv22. The debate on tho Irish Land Bill in commi(Wo of the House of Commons was finally brought to a close this evening. The fifty clauses of the bill have now been passed. The report of the committee will be presented to the full House on Tuesday, when ,the third reading of the measure will be proceeded with. The case Clark v. Bradlaugh, for the payment of penalties incurred through the member for N6rth ainpton taking his seat in Parliament without pre viously subscribing to the prescribed oath, heard before the Court of Appeal to-day, resulted in the decision of the lower Court being upheld, and a verdict was therefore entered for the plain tifl. July 23.,- ' The British Government has recently bad under its consideration the case of Midhat Pasha, who was ? sentenced for alleged complicity in the murder of tho late Sultan, Abdul Aziz. In accordance with the decision arrived at by the Cabinet, Lord Dufierin, the newly-appointed Ambassador to the Porte, has been instructed...

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Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

Sunday. A man named Burge attempted to murder his son at Snake Valley, near Bmythsdale, on Saturday morning. The son, who was lately married, olwhoi a business in the same, locality where his father carried on a store, and a good deal of unpleasantness arosoiu oonncquenoe. Burgo smashed in thonoor aud window of his sons house on Friday night, and early next moraine revisited the rilace mid attacked his son with a large knife, wounding him dangeipnsly. Afterwards Burgo fled to the bush to hang himself, but was followed and captured. The son' will probably recover. ..... -:. -? . ? ' The body of a man, name unknown, was found hanging from a tree in the Treasury Gardens yes terday. A scrap of written paper Btatea that ho W taken two bottles of chlorodyne, but they failed ib take effect. . .

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. No leader tliia issue. Editor cawrtiug. Such au arm; of Oamden and Cainpbelltown people were never before seen' about the Supreme Court. We are glad to learn thftt a post-offico bag been established at Campbellfields. It will be a convenience the residonts were certainly deserving of. The Canadian police authorities refuse to recognise the affix 'ville' wheu tacked to the namos of new hamlets. Thus Haulau villo, just named after the oarsman, is cut down to Haulan. At Adelaide last- Thursday, Daniel Battams, a well-known money-lender, was found in the cellar of an empty houso with his throat cut from car to, ear. fie had been dead several days when discovered. It is thought that he committed suicide. John Dai.?, a prisoner undergoing a sentence of three years in the Yatala gaol (South Australia), escaped a couple of weeks ago by filing through the bars of his cell window, and lowering himsalf over the outer wall by means of a.Mp.1 :u.id.i of his bod clothes.- ...

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

tiintisn,^lT6q)O(-i, AppW, -pieton, and llesanglo was cstaUishod «m*a ^tth -tfebruary, 1880. Mi woeldy newspaper., From the Uth August, fotiow ing, having toon only ^months in existence, the Renerouesupportit roodvsA enabled the Proprietor to print and publish the CaiftpWMtawK Herald ? ;','?? '; ' mat t-ymst, . ktonklonrfhbiAy»tMdttioDRl«6B(8toiidvetti8an. ? The circulation it Urga, and incrfoang every week. The ffaraM is jJubHshea1 every WEDNESDAY A BATDBDAT MOBNOfG, . 6 first edition being struck off on ' TUESDAY .* FBJDA* EVENING, «eat(ihihb-m8ila: »o «hat 'di*t»nt «ul»cribet8m»y be placed on on equal footing, for local and general news, witt those who reside in CampbeUtown and immediate-Vicinity. ? ' . ? SDBSOBXPXtOBBt — Ono PounI (£1) a year ; or 5s per quarter of three months, payaUo in advance. B booked, £1 2s. ner year, or 6«. 6d- per quarter. ^^q&J^^mtha 14th August, Uth Novembar.UttFebruarr.^dUJai %.f. whidl oeriodf only e*n subscribers decline, by giving one SSKT^...

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FREEMASONRY DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

FBEEMASONRY DEFINED. I have joined the Masonic fraternity, Mr.' Editor. £ am & free and accepted eon, or brother, or whatever it is, of that, auoient and xnysteriouB organisation. I have belonged to many secret societies in -my^ time— I have been an Orangeman, mid a Sou of Temperance, and a Fenian, and, if I remember aright, I once belonged to a gang of coiuera— but this, Masonic. arraugemont,- ttiis institution of the compass and square,, distances them all. I have oftea1 wondered-1 what sort of a thing a Mdson was — in ?what respects he differed from ah ordinary being.'' Again and again have I pumped persons who I thought knew what -was what, with W view of finding out something regarding these queer men, but it was no go. Mum was the word; and those who could tell wouldn't, and those who would, couldn't ; for further information I was to go and find out. I had a vague idea of my own that a Mason was a sort of supernatural being, a regular ring-tailed roarer, with horns an...

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MISCELLANEOUS. LEGAL "LARRIKINS!" [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

MISCELLANEOUS. . LEGAL ' LAREIKINS !' Mb. Buchanan, in addressing the. jury for: the defence iu tho local 'OBBauitand-bat- fjbry'' caso said lie would not he true to the ; profession to which he belonged if he did' not notice the scandalous proceedings 'on j the part of the Crown with regard to the jury. It would uot have been camod-out by any officer who understood the office ho held, or had a religious respect for the per formance of his dirty. . In :i charge of this kind, where no challenge was allowed, a miserable excuse was put in for the purpose of attempting to pack the jury. He did uot say they had succeeded, but tUftt was the purpose. He (Mr. Buchanan) had gone to defendant beford the trial, and had told him that the law did not allow him to chal lenge any of 'the jurors, but if he knew any juror who was hostile to him he might state his objections. He replied he did not want any favour from anybody; he only wanted a fair trial from twelve of his countrymen. The conduct of ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

MEIiBOTJUNE. Saturday. ' Judgo Williams declared sentences this morning in the Ferret case. Henderson and AVallace wore both sentenced to euveu years' imprisonment, uud Wright to three years'.

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A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO PORT PHILLIP, IN 1824 APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO PORT PHILLIP IN 1824 (By Hamilton Hume.) APPENDIX Since the preparation for the Press of the foregoing pages, the chief actor in the scenes depicted in them has been summoned hence from his earthly labours. It has, therefore, beeu deemed fitting to append to the story of his celebrated journey, and to its accompanying brief memoir of his earlier days, the obituary notice which, on the occasion of his lamented decease, appeared in the columns of the Yass Courier. As, however, that notice ----------   erroneous strictures from the pen of the con tributor to the Sydney Morning Herald       strictures since proved to be -------------         foundation — it has been thought good to     arrange these supplementary pages in the   following order : — &nb...

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1881. BEFORE Mr. P.B. Hurley. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 23, 1881. Before Mr. P. B. Hurley.   Laurence Darcy, charged with being drunk and disorderly in the Jolly Miller Hotel on the 13th instant, and also with using indecent language in the Railway Hotel on the same date, pleaded guilty. For the first offence he was fined 5s, and for the second 10s, 7s costs in each case. Both fines were paid. John Penman, for using indecent language in the store of Messrs. Fieldhouse on the 16th instant, was ordered to forfeit 10s with 1s. 10d costs. Thomas Joseph Dean, in custody for drunkenness, received a fine of 5s, in default twenty-four hours with Mr. Cull. He took the latter alternative. James O'KeeflV, in custody, wns r'ii.vjp'1 with being drunk en the ok-lt pivyi-.r.is : aud also with ii.'i-ivifv nt Uw- sau)i- iitu^ iind place. Const:'.'!)1., ,'.t: ri-jt in:.,. jh- .'; ;l:c Y-vwh that the oi:. .11:.. i-».t vi~-'s 'IV Jii' tl;e iV'i-bes Holtl, i;: '; : '* . ; j t- the 'tvi.---. vm~ very bnay...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 July 1881

BIRTH             Fowler.— At her residence, Campbelltown, on June 30th, the wife of W. A. Fowler, of a son. THE   CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday, July 27, 1881.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

Although these are days of thought and progress, prejudice like a heavy mist darkens the eyes of many who regard with disfavour tho admission of .female students to the University. They view with jealousy and alarm the growing powers aud influences of that part of the creation they have looked upon and styled inferior. Anon experience will prove to them that tbe world will be highly benefited by all that exalts the feuialo sex. The 6tudeut of history will admit that woman's franchise has given glory' and lustre to every nation propor tionately to tho degree of her elevation. When Rome was mistress of the world her daughter enjoyed more culture and greater freedom and. independence than any other female ou the face of the globe. Centuries ago tho ido» piwailod thn,t in tije caso of woman ignorance was the mother of their devotion aB wives and mothers. One hundred years ago an accomplished lady in the middle classes was a novelty. Music mid painting were not only considered superfluou...

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