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MISCELLANEOUS. DISINTERESTED CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

MISCELLANEOUS. DISINTERESTED CRITICISM. Two fanners from Green country, Michigan, who were in Milwaukee with hogs, and who were stopping at the Stock Yard Hotel, went to see ' Hamlet' at tho Opera House. They sat, says an American paper, ou the front seat, and the audience noticed all through the play that they were not pleased, and when they got into a horse car after tho performauce, those in the car got a pretty good idea of what the trouble was. ' Well, Lige, how did it btrike you?' said tho sandy-whiskered one, as lie bit off a piece of navy plug and then handed the plug back to his friend. ' Oh, it didn't strike me. AUI wantiB to live to get bock to the tavern -and-find tliat.red-he.ided -hotel-keeper that told we that,' Hamlet' was a burlesque opera, with can-can girls. Call that a «loce«f amuse ment ? I suppose a place of amusement ib where a man _goes to laugh. t I don't want nobody to charge me a dollar to see a funeral procession and listen to a fellow dig a grave and sin...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

1LEGISLA.TIVE ASSEMBLY. , AST ? k I fltJte Jtaembly on Tuesday, Mr. Myers SKpita the view of f0#Pt the iit^S&tof tliepopulatwnin*b6 Jntenop - jHulmyi) pr trammMMflOTl* Deconstructed, wli&iiajpwticsable torn those places in tUc[ ^aM'aiatrirtB^|&ouhdin? the largo fliOB? iowfiB 'wmcli may already be -son- uect&JtmU thp.metropolis 4y tUe ,maiu( truWlineB. . 0, TM .the largo central inl#l,*ows of the colony demand a St^Bus Jiping ^»yen to their advancement . HW?ffi6 «onstruction of sufth branch' lines.1 ^JT^Withe ?foregoing resolutions bo coni niunfcatea by address to bis Excelleflcy tbo Governor. '-: He admitted that a large. %itfg|ifitaJfjNf public money Was necessary iii^ibiViqtropolis of the colony, but con*; ^jiSiJ^ditUat the residents of the interior had ; ^tojj.' grounds for : their complaints that ; -tiii^iMis'iiot that reciprocal action to the ' ^ofie.'W flic country diBtricts who were; feeau^ tiie commerce of the metropolis' ,thftt was desirable ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Friday, 1.17 p.m. FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

TELEGRAPHIC SEWS. SYDNEY. Friday, i.17 p.m. F11OM OUE SPECIAL BEPOBTKR. The case, Goode v. Ouslow, was continued to-day. William Reedy has been examined, and Captain Onslow is now iu the witness box. The jury are to visit Camdeu Park school ou Monday. The case will not - be concluded before Wednesday. (From the Sydney Papers.) WALtiETT. Tuesday. This afternoon was observed as a hall-holiday Iiy the residents of the town, on the ocoasion of laying the corner stone of the new Commercial Bank.

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HIS MOUTH SAVED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

HIS W.OU1H SAVED HIM. ' Johh Hjll, you were very drunk last night,' said his Honor, as a send oS. ' I think not, sir.' ' Well, you have a right to differ. Officer, was this man drunk ?' ' He was, eir,' 'How drunk?' 'Well, he fell down four times in crossing the rood, and the hist time he fell he settled down for a nap.1 'That's our case, Mr. Hall. Have you any defence ?' ' I have, sir. . I did not taste any liquor of any sort all day long. Just before I met tae officer I got choked, and that was what tiled me when he picked me up.' ' Choked ! With what.?' ' With an apple.1 'Have yon got it?' ? Yes, sir. When the officer shook mo ho shook the apple out of my gullet, and I put it in my pocket to bring and show you.' He thereupon pulled from his coat tail pocket a frozen greening larger than a coffee cup and laid it on the desk. ' Do you mean to fell mo that you had that apple in your mouth ?' ' Yes, sir. I was going to tak; a bite when it slipped down into my gullet, and if the office...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

OElW^AiL^'pjOil^BiBUTIONS: It will tie in tho. recollection of many of my readers the case of Teter Buckley, xn,i Bbrong, liealthy, robust mail, who dame from I Queensland to Sydney aud put up at the Oriental Hotel, Castlercagh-street, and was kept by one John (Jocks, and was supplied according to tlio landlord's statement with oue hundred drinks daily and scarcely any food ; and according to the barmaid's account she irnd' supplied.' him with ten brandies and soda repeatedly before break fast. He ^was seizedTwitu a fit' and taken to tho Infirmary, where lie died. There was a great deal said about it, aud the loud lord was committed for manslaughter, eo that I believe everything was not carried ou in that house as it Bhould be. Now, we have n case not quite so glaring. A respectable ' man comes hero, bringing a good character, aud it is said took his nip now aud again after- business, and for an hour or so has a read of the paper, there to meet with friends who care nothing about yo...

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A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO POET PHILLIP, IN 1824 APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

A BBEBF STATEMENT OP FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AK OVEHLAND EXPEDITION FBO1T LAKE GEOBGE TO POBT PHILLIP, IN 1824 (By Hamilton Hume.) appendix. Afteb 1828, the career of Jlr. Hume ceased to present points of special interest to the general public. ? He had done his work as an explorer. The remainder of his years were speut iu tbc successful pursuit of pas toral occupations, by which he amassed a competency ; retiring at the close of his career to upend his days at his scat upon the batiks of the Yass River, to which he hod given the name of Cooma. For years hejcould say — ' My way of life Ik fallcn:into tbc sere, the yellow leaf : And that which should accompany old age As honour, love, obedience, troops of friends— I am richly blessed with.' Fur uiauy years, Mr. Hume satisfactorily performed tho duties of a justice of the peace on the Yass. beucli ; but increasing infirmities attendant upon his weight of years forbade the exercise of thorn for some time past. For several mouths prece...

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THURSDAY, JULY 28. GOODE V. ONSLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

Thuhsday, July 28. GOODE V. ONSLOW. The action, adjourned from yesterday, was resumed. Dr. Goode, cross-examined byMr.Darley, Q.C. : On the day of making the entry iu the visitors' book witness was riding from Menauglc; lie dismounted aud entered tho school ; went to see the closet; it was about GO yards from the school ; had uo particular reason for going to see the closet ; dni not go iuto the closet, wen,t as far as the threshold ; when ho mot Leuon he spoke to him with reference to another matter having nothing to do *with this case ; then spoke to him about the Camdeu Park school; did' not mention anything about ' horne'ts1 nest ;' disapprove of the tone of the irticlo in tho Cumberland Mercury, but not of the facts stated Is Qojuiiuk that the school was an |$iu|or$ia Mjfipn ; knew that the article fcst^fejpauflRfeud annoying to Sir William ' sl'Arafl^B&f took -mo steps to make an explanation to him ; did not visit ^Bit the language used by Captain Ouslow was William We...

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TEMORA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

TBMOJBA. Wednesday. A trial crushing of 5 tons 14 ewt., from the reef at Oombanning, went i oz. M'Mabon and party, north of Agnes Beef, got a 7J oz. nugget. Gilinartin and narty washed another load which went 2} oz. Another water shaft has got good water north of the Amelia Company's dam at 180 feet. Head and Alclridge, of Ai;ncH Reef, got C oz. of gold from 4 Iub. of stone. The Little Dora claim, on the Grecian Ben i loa:l, washed from a shovelful of dirt yesterday 2 oz. 15 dnls. ' Burke and party got 1$ dirts, out of a bucket this morning. ' The New Ballarat ciaini got S dwt. i gin. from a quarter of 11 load. The rush on tLe Young Hoad is reported to he no good.

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BLAYNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

' BLATOEY. Tuesday. A hiif-ftore allotment of ununprovol land in the wRK'ernjlvt of thulown wasBoiayeBterday lor illii. The ai t iu- is flno, with beautiful 4»ys mid cleat frosty uljlita jirovailing. There were some very acceptable eho\\ers last Friday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

Agent for the District Mn. WILLIAM WEBB ' HiaiAi.D ' Ornci;, CamwkllIowh, From whom all information ma be obtained

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WILCANNIA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

WHjOANNIA. Thursday. Tho snogging party which is doing useful work in the ? Darling 'llivcr is likely to be disbanded, and great dissatisfaction is expressed. The river is now low enough to admit of extended operations. When the vote for maintenance expires, it is hoped that the Government will yet rocogmse the importance of continuing the snagging operations. Mr.Mullens, manager of the A. 3. S. Bank heie. has iust returned from a visit to Mount Browne diggings; he has reported that had ho been in a position to have purchased gold while there, 800 pz. would have been submitted for sale. The absence of even a temporary escort is much felt both by1 the diggers and the local banks. Mr. Mullens also states the prospects of reefs and diggings generally to be good. The impor tance of securing a water supply ot Mount Browne is to be brought under the notice of the Government through the Parliamentary Toprosentative, Mr. Brodnbb. The weather here is propitious for grass, and there is every ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

LOCAL Ah'I) OKS !?'!?: Ai. N.'vWft Peoits.-ji, i-i-,,;,.,oN, of A.1;.-!... .:-.., ili.-:ii Ubt v,v ;?: A c.vMNA^Tic chili l.v..-. been Iorme-V»t Newcastle. Colonel Anderson, of Melbourne, is dan gerously ill. There ore now seven persons Bupposod'to bo suffering from sinall-ppx iu Brisbane. ' The Hon. Mr. Sinclair, of Hobart. has been united w matrimony to Miss Lucy Todd. About £4000 worth of property was . destroyed by fire in various parts of Queons land last week. The will of the lato Mr. John Donham, of Tasmauia, was proved under £500,000 at Hobart last week. Two seamen, for mutiny and assaulting the officers of the ship Munster at New castle, havo boon sent to gaol for two months. Sydney Bain, one year aud eight mouths old, fell into a tauk at the real- of his parents' residence, Newcastle, on Monday, and was drowned. The £10,000 awarded by tho Govern ineut to the Old Millbnrn Creek Mining Co. fts compensation, is about to bo divided junong the shareholders. ,' T^aeditote hw^ivM...

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WILCANNIA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

WILCANKI4.. Tuesday. Information was received in town last night by coach from Mount Browne, that at a place four miles from the Grauite rush a trial hole had been bot tomed at 18 feet with excellent results. This is con sidered highly satisfactory news.

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CAMPBELLTOWN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN PltOGBESS COMMITTEE. The weekly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening in Mr. Bull's room. The following members wore present: — Messrs. Bull (in the chair), M'Sullea, Brown, Campion, Graham, Milgatc, Airoy, Fiulay Knight, Barker, Lusted, Chippindall, Gee, ami Bockimi. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. It was proposed by Mr. Brown and seconded by Mr. M'Sullea, that Mr. Joseph Fieldhouse be a member of the Progress Committee. Carried. Mr. Campion proposed, ' That a letter be addressed to the Commissioner for ltoads (enclosing a copy of, letter from the trustees of Government roads), asking that some thing may be done iu the matter.' Mr. Brown, seconded tho motion, and it was carried. Mr. Airey asked if a letter had been sent to tho Postmaster-General iu reference to tho making up of a mail to leave by the 9.50 a.m. train, aud received an answer in the affirmative. Mr. Airey proposed, ' That a letter bo addressed to the Commissioner f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

TTTANTED a slrong respectable BOY, used to » V Farm Work. Good wages, and a comfort able home. Apply to James Sawson, Bailey Park, Gampbelltown. BULLOCK Team Wanted.— I have a first-class New l'lough, my own make, anyone wanting it can work it out. 3. GABD, Campbelltovm. /COPIES of Hie Camden Times, price 3d., may be V_y obi.tinod at Sir. Matthews' store, next the l'ost-ofiice, Campbelltown. y^Ol'IES of MltS. COLBOBNE PHASER'S Bong ' Meuohies,' just published, can be obtained at this oflice ; price 2s. /'^EEYHOUND LOST. Strayed from Gledswood on the morning of Thurs day, 21st instant, a black GREYHOUND with wliite feet and white chest. Whoever will kindly return the dog to the owner will be rewarded. JAS. K. CHISH0LM. Gledswood, July 26, 18S1. WOHK will be resumed upon No. 5 Section, S. W. S., during next week. Quany-men Bubble Wallers, Scablilers, Blacksmiths, Mummer and Drill men, and goo.l Barrow men required. AHEAltN & MACLEAN. m e n d e a s. , Tenders require! up to lOh...

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DO YOU KNOW IT? [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

DO YOU KNOW IT? Do you know tiiat a fortune Is like a bubble — tickle, uncertain. — 'hard to catch and harder to hold?' Do you know that the instability of fortune ia a reason for carrying a Life Policy? Which is one : sure thing. Do you know that there is a money value, capital, in your health, which yon may use in business matters? Do you know that not assuring- your life Is letting so much valuable capital lie idle and unused ? Do you know that to make some speedy and sure provision for your family is a positive duty ? Do yo know that there is no provision which, fa at once so speedy and so sure as Life Assurance ? Do you know that by assuring while young under our Endowment Table you can secure a fortune to live on in old age? Do you know the Life Assurance Is no guess work, but rests en the rocky basis of scientific truth? Do you know that you get a fab: rate of Interest for money paid in premiums, besides covering the risk? ' '. Do you know that the risk covered of which yon h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

?.?'?li s.ciJ ??.?* ?'!-?: -,«-*3 r- ??-?(-. ?.':???? OMnasn.li«raool, Appin, Kotonr»ud Mcniujgle v.j; ' „,,?;., -.1 -. «#at .' ; ; . -«? established on the «th February, 1880, as ft ,iSS«s««^ta. From the Hth, August follow ?5pgi^15e£V»iJyfc«ontb«,ai existence, «b« Bel^usrapportit received enabled the Proprietor to^ntanfpubUshtiie Ctawbdtomn Herald '?'. ''''. ? 'jwiob.vwbi*,'1 . ? at one fourth only of additional costs to advertisers. . The circulation is largo, and increasing every week. The H«n»U is putUBhad every WEDNESDAY * 8ATDBDAY MORNING, -»Brrt«ai«onb-»ngrtrucVoaon , TUESDAY .4 VBIDAY EVENING, to catch the mails: w Sh»t aUtant Bubscribere may be placed on an oqual tooting, for local and general news, via thow who re«M» in Campbelltown and Immediate vicinity. . . sdbwbiphoih:— One Ponni (£1) ayest; or 6b per quarter of three months, payable in advance. H booked, £1 3b. nervear or 6s. 6d. Her quarter. ? ^TbTauartOT «nTon *«« Itfli August. 11th M#vmber,l«h February, end ltth Ma...

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GARDENING INFORMATION—AUGUST. THIS month corresponds to February in Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

GABDBNINO MM&to^^VQppT. : Sfcie month qotnaponas toi,:Fol^raaiy Jfa Griit Britain. ??;:--- k ' - «& ? -4i ,#A 1;C^ ?? «a Ktroms Oabdeh.— Mtteh wewljig ana'pUnting ; alioald be floni3 this month. *t the grennd & resfly lor it ; U not no time should bo wMtci in getting it in order, -b » day iost now cannot easily be nu^te up, ; late *»rietien of pobOoet may be jiliratod. treos Una shrublffeiu'h't Vi befh&Se? this WonTb, to? order to enable the shrabj to beoonie fairly reoonoiled totittir TOr-^tipn.^walers'Snfl-IKigingi-wftr need considerable attention.. , Caroationa, pansies, daisies,' petnni«s, Ac,; may ijowTJe planted. Snftise should be found for thi' Wutitul new varieties of bouv&rdiav»nd a good collection of heaths; erioaa, epacris, diosmas, and ^othei bard-uooded flowering plants, should be got into the borders for spring .and summer blooming. iKoep teds tree from needs. ' F*dit Oabukh. — Grafting Bhould be undertakes this mpnth, - Planting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

Tiar ffi D I O A L. - W. 3. JACKSON, M.D., ic, CAMO1EK, (Late of tho OntvowUy College of the Pacific; -8t. Mary's Hospital ; Marine Hospital j the Univer sity of Durham; Nowcastle-upon-Tyne fichool of Medicine; Manchester School and Infir mary), will be in CampboUtown on Mondays *hd Turns da ib, at 3 f.m. Messages may be left at Hems. Fieldhouses' Store, DU. BBOWNE will Af TEND at No. SEVEN SECTION on TUESDAYS and 1'BtDAYS. Apply at Contractors1 Camp. Cases of emergency, ofiioe in Campbelltown. T\ B. B B 0 'W N B Desires to intimate that he has opened a DISPENSAUY IN CAMPBELLTOWN (or the convenience of people connected with the Waterworks. All cases ot an urgent nature occurring thereon can be attended lo, and receive medicine gratio, on presenting a written order from any of the con tractors, or from J-r. Browne. Persons failing to produce such written order must paycash. N.B.— This rule will be strictly adhered to. - Mr. Finlay Knight, having passed the first pro fessional examina...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 26. (JURY COURT.—Before his Honor Sir William Manning and a special jury of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881

SUPREME COUET. . Tuesday, July 20. (Juby Coubt. : — Before his Honor Sir William Manning and a special jury of twelve.) GOODE V. ONSLOW. The special jury iu this case was dis charged on account of the continued indis position of Mr. G. T. Gardener, -one of the jurymen ; and a fresh jury was bj_consent afcuuitrttotn-die elavuirotuer special juryV men aud the gentlemen of the common ^ury paucl present iu court. Jury: Messrs. Cornelius Frederick Edwards, Henry Wankliu, James Alexander Brodie, John Forsyth, Charles M'Guire, Heniy Robert Robinson, James Clark, William Christie, George Warburton, John Francis Fletcher, Henry Oliphant Patou, aud Charles Henderson. Mr. Salomons, Q.Ci, opened the plaintiff s: case to the fresh jury, aud called the plain tiff, Dr. George Goode, whose evidence, give*n before the previous jury, was, by consent of the parties, read by his Honor to the jury. The witness further said that the defen dant met him iu Camden Park in the poin pany of some ladies ;' wit...

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