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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
Hoixoway's Ointment and Pills— Debilitated Constitutions — When climate, age, or hardships have undermined the health, Finn diseases arcpron, to nriFe and augment the existing weakness. Holl-c way's medicaments daily prove rnost Bcrrieenlie. even under the most untoward circumstances, This well-known and liighly-cntceracd unguent pos sesses the finest balsamic virtues, which soothe gnd heal without inflaming or irritating tho inoet tender skin or most sensitive sore. Holloway's olutmcnt nnd pills are infallible for curing bad legs, vnricosc veins, swelled ankles, crysipclnn, scaly skin, mid every variety of skin disease. Over all these disorders Hollowny's remedies exert a quick and favourable action, and, \v).cre euro in possible, gradunlly but certainly nrrivcut that consummation. Thuy nrc invaluable is tbc cure of scrofula and scurvy.
PARIS. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
PABIS. July 26. Intelligence has been received from Gaucii that the French troops, following up by the bombardment of that town, landed a force there ycxlciilay, and have now occupied the place in force. Only a Short resistance was encountered. July 26. Barthelemy St. Hilaire, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has taken occasion to publicly declare that the French Government have no intention whatever of annex idg the Province of Tripoli; and at the name lime he dwelt upon the importance of the French ami Knglish Governments maintaining an entente cardiaU upon this and other questions.
SELECT POETRY. WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
SELECT l'OBTEY.. WAITING. With waiting and wishing oar courses we part; We wait for tho-port as we bottle the wave ; 'Tis waiting for ever from cradle to grave. Waiting for morn, so serene in ite light ; Waiting for noonday, so brilliantly bright, Waiting at eve for repose in the night. Waiting for zephre in Springtime that blow ; Waiting for Summer and flowers that grow ; Waiting for Winter and swift lolling— snow. Waiting is ever the bosom's refrain. In moments of pleasure and moments of pain ; Waiting, though stricken again and again. Waiting in childhood for youth's joyous rime ; ?' I'm waiting,' says Youth, ' bat I'll certainly climb To the top of the ladder on teaching uiy prime.' In manhood awaiting the time when he may Find rent on a calmer, a happier day, When age shall relieve from the worrying fray. Waiting when fortune sheds brightly her smile; When choice are the pleasures the pathway beguile, There always is something to wait for tbc while. Waiting in poverty, anguish ...
MY FATHERS GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
MY FATHER'S .GBAVE. Hbek let me stand above his icy lied, Ana this ju.t tribute to a parent raise ; Here bold communion with the kindred dead Whose ear is deaf to flatteiy or to praise. A loving father deeps beneath my feet, He hears my voice above tbc dreary grave. He rests secure within his calm retreat, Not heeds the noise ot life's conflicting wave The eyo is sightless that full often'glow'd With partial fondness ou his infant child, Cold is tho breast whence warm affection flowed, . And hushed the tongue; that formed my youthful mind* Still M that heart of charity sincere -, Where no unfeeling passion ever dwelt ; That always longed to dry affection's tear, And for another's sorrow keenly felt. Oh, father, may eternal UisB be shine, And thy companion's holy oues above, May'st thou with them in fadeless glory shine In sweet communion with the God of love A. M. II. Campbollto wn, July 25, 1881.
LONDON. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
LONDON. Julv 26. Serious riots have taken place at Tralce, county Kerry. Forty of the rioters were arrested, and have since been committed for trial. Captain Boycott, who has been in England since the time when the crops on his estate at Lough Mask were gathered by labourers under the protec tion of the police and military, has returned home to Ireland. The police authorities of Liverpool are diligently prosecuting inquiries with the view of ascertaining the names of the shippers of the infernal machines per the Malta, and the names of the parties to whom they were consigned. Not the slightest clue has yet been found regarding the persons concerned. The origin of the affair, and the immediate object for which the machines were intended, arc at present a mystery.
NEW YORK. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
NEW YOBK. Julv 2fi. A number of American papers to-day published leading articles in regard to the infernal machines which were discovered on board the Malta, at Liverpool. They all express warm indignation against the persons concerned in the affair. The writers urge the necessity for a close inquiry into the matter by the American Government, with a view to the discovery and condign punishment of the offenders.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
BAILWAY TIME TABLE. Taints Liavb Stbsjsv. Asnrrjs at CaMpbelltowm 9.15a.m. ? ' , H.18a.in. 6.85 pjn. ? ? 7.5 p.m. 8.80 p.m. 9.40 p.m. 11.30 p.m. 1.40 a.m. 8ATUBDAI ADDITIONAL. * 7.55 a.m. -?-??? ??'? 8.10 a.m. ' 1.55 p.m. S.27p.m. Tbaikb Leave CutriBUTaws: Abiuvb at . Stdkbt. 7.10 a.m. . ' 8.50 a.m. 9.65 a.m. 11.23 a.m. S.40p-m, 5.20 p.m. Satdbdat Additional. 7.48 p.m. 9.10 p.m. The daily mail and passenger train from Allrary reaches Campbelltown at 8 turn., and picks up and sets down when required.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD. [C.] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HEDALD. rc.i Sir, — I have had my attention drawn to two articles which have appeared quite recently in your columns — one copied from the Yass Courier, the other a reply to that article', and entitled 'Historical State ments.' v That I accompanied Mr. Hume on his journey of discovery to Tort Phillip will, in itself, I hope, be excuse lor my making a brief statement with refer ence to the two articles in question. I state that the article which anneared in the Yass Courier is correct throughout, and the article in reply quite the reverse; and although I am a man in humble life, I am well known as what is termed a good bushman, and am not afraid of appealing to many gentlemen now living, vrho have had a proof of my sagacity as a bushnian. I only mention this to show that I am thoroughly capable of understanding merits or detects in this respect, and I state boldly, as a share in the hardships and dangers of the expedition to Fort Phillip in 1821, that no mi...
HISTORICAL STATEMENTS: DISCOVERY OF THE RIVER MURRAY. [B.] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
HISTORICAL STATEMENTS . DISCOVERY OF THE RIVER MURRAY [B.] It has been epigrammatically, and rather bitterly, remarked that nothing is as false, as history ; but there appears to be, never theless, something even yet more unreliable, and that is the traditional data upon which history is often carelessly founded— when fictions are assumed to be facts, after the chief actors mentioned in a story have vanished from the scene of their exploits, and left the events of their lives to be summarised by the ignorant, and expatiated upon by the credulous. The history of this colony (in a true, philosophical sense) has yet to be written ; but any literary man, who may have laid his hand on the mass of materials waiting to be methodically arranged, compared, corrected, and utilised, must have stood amazed at the contradic tions and difficulties everywhere bristling up before him — problems that must, not withstanding all, be satisfactorily disposed of before he can begin the dignified task of ...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 July 1881
INQUEST. An inquest was held on Wednesday after noon at the Jolly Miller Hotel by the district coroner (E. Simpson, Esq.) on the body of a man named John B. Jamieson, who was found dead in the house of John Shea. Jury : Messrs. G. Brown (foreman), Jas. Denmead, jun., J. Stratton, W. T. Airey, C. Marsden, G. Spicer, J. Howarth, W. B. Caldwell, W. H. Holland, James Cunningham, H. Salisbury, and John Rigelsford. The jury having viewed the body, the following evidence was adduced : — John Shea deposed: I am a stonemason, &nbsp; residing at Campbelltown ; have seen the body of deceased, and recognise it as that of John Jamieson; he was alive at about half-past eight last night ; then had a con- versation with him; asked him where he &nbsp; had been, and he said he had been at the &nbsp; chemist's ; asked him if he had got the medicine, and he replied, 'Yes;' did not see him take the medicine; as I was read- ing; saw an empty bottle on the table after he said he ha...
COMMERCIAL. WILLIAM [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
COMMERCIAL. wn.j.im iNiii.is BnronTS having sold diuiri™ the week ending July 29th, 1881, at Railway Auction Mart and Stock Sale Yards, Stock and Produce at Ihe following quota tions :— Milch Cows, cash, £2 2s Cd lo £8 los ; Calves, each, 5s| Gd to 3Gs Gd ; Lambs, each, 6s Gs to 12s 3d, Pigs, alive, each, 10s Gd to £3 -, Suckers, each, 3s Od to 9s Cd; Turkeys, per pair, 5s Od to 12s Gd , Geese, per pair, 5sOd to 7s Id; Ducks, per pair, 5s Od to (is 9d ; Fowls, per pan-, 29 Gd to 5s Od ; Butler (roll)perlb.,lsOd to Is lOd; Buttt-r (keg) per lb., flid to Is 7 Jd ; B.imm, per lb., 4d to G Jd ; Cheese per lb., 4Jd to Gd; Eggs, per dozen, Is to Is 4d. Hides, per lb., 2Jd to 3id; Sheepskins, 3Jd to Gd; Pelts, Id to 3d ; Tallow, per cwt., 20s to 20s ; Maize, ?2s Gil to 2s lOd. Also, at Darling Harbour,34 trucks of Hay, Straw, Potatoes, and pumpkins, as under. No. of . Bath Tbdcb. iib owt. s. d. Sfi Tieton Oaten Buy ..4 0 297 Spring Grove ditto . . i 3 175 Ditto Straw . ..2 9 19J5 Blayney P...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
Bl'OllTlNO-. Tug .first afternoon's; sport, iu tho racing line, that lias taken place in Cainpbelliown for some yours, came oil in Mr. Joseph liudd's paddock on Saturday last, and was witue^vd by upwards of two hundred persons. The afternoon being beautifully lino, and the anticipation that a close race might be expected between Mystery aud Birdcakher, caused many to put in an appearance. Tho x-ueing was good, aud quite as much excitement prevailed as if the stakes had been Jioavier. The bail was opened with a match for £20 a-side, oueinile, between Mr. J. Carroll's roan inarc Mystery, 7st., aud Mr. T. Vardy's chestnut gelding Birdcatcher, 8st. After a little dodging, the horses started ou tlieir journey on equal terms, and as there was no waiting-race business, at it they weut hammer and tongs. For three quarters of a mile the pair raced well together, both horses were at their top, aud the pace a cracker. Turning iuto the straight the mare had cut her opponent right dowu, aud drew...
TRADE WITH INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
TBADE WITH INDIA. It is always interesting to watch the growth of new industries, and no new industry 'of recent times has made such strides in recent years as the Indian tea industry.' It is but a bare couple of years ago, during the fivdnev exhibition, since Mr. JanieB Inglis, the Commissioner for India to the Melbourne exhibition, tried- to introduce pure Indian teas into this market, Wo can remember how keenly the attempt was watched by those interested in maintaining the supremacy of .Chiua teas. In Mel bourne, during the exhibition, the Calcutta Syndicatedistributed cups of tea to thou sands, and over l,O00,O00lbs. of Indian tea lmve in consequence been sold there during the last year; In many country towns it is uot uncommon now to see Iudiau tea adver tisedt and many evidences are beai-iug wit ness to the increasing demaud. There can be little question that Iudiau tea is at least stronger than its China rival, and there can be as little doubt that its preparation is conducte...
LONDON. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
LONDON. Julv 28. It is 6tated on good authority that the liev. Henry Parry Liddon, D.D., D.C.L., Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, will succeed the late Hev. Dr. Stanley as Dean of Westminister. A gale of unusual severity has been experienced on the Eouth-cast coast of England, causing great destruction of life and property. Several wrecks and other maritime disasters are recorded. Forty persons are known to have been drowned. Blr. Uractlaugu lias moveu ine uouri lor a new trial of the action that was brought against him by Mr. Clark, in which the latter obtained n verdict for the recovery of penalties incurred by Mr. 13iadlaugh taking liis seat in Parliament without subscribing to the usual Sorm of oath. Tho court is considering the aijplicadon. July 29. I;) (he House of Commons last night, the Irish Lau.l iiill, having passed through committee, was reported ill full to the Chamber, previous to being read a third time. Jjator. In the House of CommoiiB this evening, the Irish Land Bill...
GARDENING INFORMATION—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
GABDENINa INFOHMiTION— AUGUST. Tins jponth corresponds to February in Great Brii(|ii. -1.. #hould llj 'doiiBibis luouoit i£]jth©j3ErpHu4 oc ?£&-)¥ lor it ; If )M-La5^1kae feuotlH ^ms .wasted* in igettihg It': in orfer, as n day lost now unnnot easily be made up. SowheWiy ivlfyjcinaw eefclS! contilinc the arth-~ liin-np o! nroaressinn crotw, tind ioenthe land as clonri »8 np&aibl*.; Wtlch wall the ferowing cabbages; ?nd -MiuuD6wer», nhd free 'ttietn oocasionaUy from the aphis which usually infest them. Early and late nuietfee of jwtatoMtniiyie planted. . ~.r . . .? FtowKn GituiKS.— Planting and transplanting of tram anlflhruta'ought to &) finished thie month, in order to en&hle the ^hmbs to become fairly reconciled to their ^ufFg'IpofttlQiu^ifloirdeM And edgings will used coiisidorafauj fttsBhiioii. Oarnations, dohblce, d lisies, petunias, Ac', may now be planted, gpaco should heJouod lor the beautiful new varieties ot bouvardUs, and a good collection ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
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