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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
?-BAILWAY TIME TABLE. TiuiKs Leave Eydxey. Abuts at Campbblltown 9.45 a.m. ' ? 11.18 a.m. 8.25 p.m. ' 7.5 p.m. 8.80 p.m. 9.10 p.m. 11.30 p.m. 1.40 a.m. Batdbdiv Abdixionai,. - 7.65 a.m. 9.16 a.m. 1.65 p.m. 8.27 p.m. Tuiss Leave Campbelltown. Aitun-u at Svuxev. 7.10 a.m. ' 8.50 a.m. 9.55 a.m. ' 11.23 a.m. 3.10p.m. 5.20 p.m. Satdbiuv Additional. 7.18 p.m. 9.10 p.m. The daily mail and passenger train from Albury teaches CSampbelltowo at 6 a.m., and picks tip and Bets down when required.
CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. Satorday, July 80, 1881. Before Messrs. W, Fowler, E. B. Woodhouso, and P. B. Hurley. Joseph Obricu was charged that he did, on the 23rd instant, unlawfully assault aud beat one Louis Litton. Mr. Curtis (of Sydney) appeared for the prosecutor, and Mr. Bull for the defendant, who pleaded cause to show. Louis Littcn, on oath, deposed ; I am a ganger on No. 7 section of the Waterworks ; have heard the information read, and it refers to defendant; he was working iu tho cutting on the 23rd of this mouth as iv pick and shovel man ; something took place on that date at about two o'clock, in the cutting ; saw dofendaut standing upright with a shovel in his hand, aud I told him to keep it moving ; about an horn- after found defendant with a pick in his hand not mak ing satisfactory progress ; tho pick he was using I had before|rejectcd as being too light ; went down into tho cutting aud asked him for the pick, as it was too light ; he said, ' You ore a ? liar,' and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
Hollowat's Ointment and Viuib — Debilitated Constitutions— When climate, age, or hardships have undermined tho health, skin diseases are pron, to nrise and augment the existing weakness. Hollo way's medicaments daily prove mcii-t e rriceabc. even under the most untoward circumstances, This well-known and highly-esteenicd unguent pos sesses the finest balsamic virtues, wind; soothe gnd heal without inflaming or irritating tho most tmvlor skin or 'most sensitive sore. Holloway's ointment and pills are infallible for curing bo3 legs, vaiieose veins, swelled ankles, erysipelas, scaly sV-in, and every variety of skin disease. Over all these disorders Holloway's remedies exert s, quick nnd favourable! action, and, where euro is possible, gradually hut certainly arrive at that consummation. They are invaluable in tho euro of scrofula and scurvy. 1ST 0 T I 0 E. Tho CAMPBELLTOWN BRASS BAND arc prcparod.to rcccive'engagemcnts. G. H. LUSTED, Secretary. ]SJ 0 I ? I C E To prevent disappointment...
CALCUTTA. July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
CALCUTTA. Julv 29. Further intelligence has been received by the Indian Government from Candahar to-day, which fully confirmsthe news of the disastrous defeat of the Ameer Abdurrahman at the hands of Ayoub Khan. The battle took place between Hclinuth nnd Can aanar, at a place named Karcziatta. Since the engagement further defections have taken place among the Ameer's forces, the whole of his cavalry having gone over to Ayoub hhan en masse, ftews is hourly (greeted of the advance of Ayoub Khan on i)w city of Candahar. ? Fru'.ii later reports from Atghanstan it appears that tue position of the Ameer at Candahar is very critical, ami doubts arc entertained as to whether he will be able to offer any prolonged resistance to Ayoub Khan. Candahar in said to contain a very slender garrison, almost all the troops stationed there having been withdrawn to meet Ayoub Khan's advance from Herat. July 30. No further hostilities are reported 'r im Candahar. The defi'-'i »f the Ameer ot Knrcxialla h...
NATAL. July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
NATAL. July 29. Telegrams from Pretoria report that the negotia tions between the British and Boer Commissioners, in which a hitch occurred, owing to the verdict of not guilty found at the trial of the murderers of Captain Elliot, have again been resumed. There is good reason to believe that a definite settlement of the terms of peace is imminent, and a convention will probably he signed in a few days which secures the British Government' the right of the passage of English troops through any part of the Transvaal. The duties of the Eesident, appointed under the treaty, are similar to those of the Consul-General, and the control of foreign relations with the Boers has hen further vested in this officer. News from Zululand states that a claimant for the sole chieftainship has now come forward, and is endeavouring to destroy the arrangement concluded at the termination of the late war, whereby tbe country was subdivided into four districts, each under a separate chief, of whom John Du...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. The children of both schools of this district wero afforded a treat yesterday (Tuesday) in the shape of a hip to Sydney to witness the foundation stone of the statue of the Queen layed by Priuce Edward of Wales. The scholars mustered strongly, there being 142 from the public, and about fifty from the denominational, school. The boys were under the superintendence of Messrs. Newman and Bcndon, and the young ladies were controlled by Mivi. Beudon and Misses Stewart and CLuic. The youngsters were evidently bout upon enjoying their holiday, judging from the waving of handkerchiefs and merry voieei; which could bo secu and heard for half-a mile from the platform. Ode friend,' Mr. James Pay ton, is just what we call a brick. He's not one of those who tells you mouth-watering talcs about nice things ' you arc not likely to sec. Nothing of the_ sort. He once said ' I've made some quiucc jam, and to show you ?how it is sealed I'll send you a tin.' And up came a largo ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. Tra couocii in aid of tho LuiUcr' Bnzaar Committee came off on Friday evening last, and was well attended, tho whole of the front seats being filled, with a, fair number ol occupants m the second seats, lue overture, American Airs, was nicely played by Mrs. Fraser, whose ability as a per former on the pianoforte is admitted by everybody. Then followed ' Sweet olden days,' Mr. G. F. Jackson ; ' Won by n rose,' Miss Newcombe ; ' Will o' the wisp.' Mr. J. P. Humphries, who wns encored, and repeated hist verse ; duet, ' To the woods,' by Mrs. Fraser and Mr. Dillon ; ' Kathleen Mavourneeu,' Miss Newcombe, who was encored and gave ' The dear little Shamrock.' An intermission of ten minutes followed. Tho second part com menced with a pianoforte solo by Mrs. Fraser, aud then came ' Sing, tweet bird,1' Miss Newcombe ; ' Good-bye, sweetheart,' Mr. G. F. Jackson ; 'Lady of the Lea,' Mrs. Frascr; a recitation by Mr. G. F. Jackson ; duet, ' Sea flowers,' Mrs. Fraser an...
CALCUTTA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
? CALCUTTA. Tlmrsdav. Telegrams have boon received to-day from Afghanistan, reporting that an engagement took place yesterday between the troops of the Ameer, Abdul Rahman, and the soldiers of Ayoub Khan. The latter, sd- n aftcrjeros: inj, the ' iver Helmund, us telegraphed yesterday, encountered a considerable bodv of the Ameer's forces. A battle immediately ensued. The troops were engaged only a short time when the whole regiment of the Ameer's men crossed over and joined the forces of Ayoub Khan. A panic immediately seized the men who remained with Abdul H&hnian, and they soon took liiirht. leaving everything behind them. A numlx;r of riiuk. wiih a cous'idernble quantity of ammunition, besk'cs bag gage, fell into the hands of Ayoub Khan.
A BARREL SCARECROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
A BAEEEL SCABECEOW. 5Ir. Laman Wood, Bay Co., Mich., keeps the crows from pulling his young corn by means of a 'Barrel Scarecrow.' The barrel is suspended by a cord from a cross bar, which rests upon the ends of two stakes driven in the ground. The length of the parts in Mr. W.'s Scarecrow are as follows : Upright stakes, 6 feet hich : cross-bar. 6 feet long ; the ban-el being hung so that it will be 2 feet from the ground. The heads of the barrel are both removed, aud by being hung by the cord exactly iu the middle of one side, or so, it balances, it turns easily with a slight wind ; iu fact a barrel thus suspended, is seldom still. This constant motion of so large nn object as a barrel has an alarming effect upon the comloving crows. One barrel will answer for four or five acres. Pieces of tin aud other objects, as bright-colored cloth, may be attached to the suspended barrel, but they arc not e sseu tial to the Barrel Scarecrow.
WILCANNIA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
WILGiXXIA. Friday. Morrison's coach arrived from the 5fouut lirowuc diggings last night. The nnws of the discovery of good prospects near the Criauite Bush is confirmed. About 100 07,. come to hand by this opportunity. The regular mail will arrive to-night. Crushing plant for Mount Browne is to be purchased forthwith. It is hoport that the Government will endorse the recommendation of tbe progrcps committee for a' diamond drill for gold and water development.
RAISING HOME SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
BAKING HO^tE SUEPLEES. Fbom an extensive acquaintance with our fanning population, w.; are fully persuaded thatthey are noli'nlly Mipplied with as good variety of wholesome food, as the average of our village and «ity population. A well spread table does not seem to be the aim of many of the tillers of the soil. A well fed man, other things being equal, gets much more enjoyment out of life, than the one who mainly lives on salt junk, potatoes, and sour bread. There has .doubtless been an improvement iu the old -style of living in all the oldest parts of the country, but still there are large districts where hog and hominy, salt junk, baked beans, aud pork, are the main supplies of the household all the year round. A much greater variety of food is needed, and might be had at a mini mum cost upon our farms. This is had in many cases among our inoro intelligent and tlmfty farmers, who road the Ametiam Agricultural and follow its teachings. A half acre of laud, throughly -cultivated, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
WANTED, a young MAN to -iBM.-i in the bake house. Apply to 3. Booking, Storekeeper, Ac, Campbelltown. WANTED, a BLACKSMITH, one used to dob bing-work. Apply at once to C. Tripp, Blacksmith, OwnpboUtown. BULLOCK Team Wanted.— I have a first-class New Plough, my own make, anyone wanting it can work it out. J. tiABD, Campbelltown. T71OK SALE.— Twenty-six full grown fowls, Jj principally hens. Apply to Htb. John Sweeney, Campbelltown. /^1OPD3S of the Camdtn Times, price 3d., may be \J obtained at Mr. Matthews' store, next the Post-office, Campbelltown. /COPIES of MBS. COLBOBNE FKASEB'S song 'Memories,' just published, can be obtained at this office ; price 2s. 'VXTOBK will be resumed upon No. 5 Section, - \ S: \V. S., during next week. Quarry-men Bubble Wallers, Seabblers Blacksmiths, Hammer and Drill men, and good Barrow men required. AHEAEN & MACLEAN. m E N D E B S. Tenders require 1 up to ICth August, 1881, for the erection of a four-roomed cottage — stone foundation ana bric...
MISCELLANEOUS. SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 20TH. BEFORE Sir William Manning. GOODE V. ONSLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
MISCELLANEOUS. SUPBEME COURT. FsnuY, July 2'Jth. JJei-'oke Sir William Manning. GOODS V. ONSLOW. Mr. Salomons, Q.C., Mr. G. B. Simpson, Mr. C. B. Stephen, and Mr. Rogers, instructed by Messrs. Robertson and Fisher, for the plaintiff. Mr. Darley, Q.C., Mr. Pilcher, and Mr. Bruce Smith, instructed by Messrs. Norton ah'l Smith, for tho defendant. Jury : Messrs. Cornelius. Fredrick Edwards, Honry Waukliu, James Alexander Tirodic, John Forsyth, Charles M'truire, Henry Robert Robertson, James Clark, ' i William Christie, George WarburWn, jfoh& Francis Fletcher, Henry Oliphaut Patpn, and Charles Henderson. Henry Williams' examination co&tuiupd by Air. Darley: Do not romembar 'DrV Gobde taking a copy of the Wepwt1 from .the jrisitprs' book, which, is. kept on tho school table. 'It .-would te'^)^^' sible for any one to take a report without my knowledge. Do not remember Dr. Goode coming between Jbis two viBits. By his Honor : Dr^ Goode mayhaWUSEB' at the school, but not to wi...
MISCELLANEOUS. THE GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
MISCELLANEOUS. THE GENTLEMAN. The character, indeed, is not one to be supported dramatically ; aud here is the rocJf on which pretenders to it most com monly split. They defeat their own pur pose by making it too evident that tiiey are anxious to bo taken for gentlemen, whereas tiie genuine gentleman has no iiuxiuty about the matter at all. He knows iiiiiLsaLf to bo a gdntlemau, and it never occurs to him that there can be any ques tion about his right to the title. So that self-assertion in any shape is to him a tiling entirely needless. In the case of tho other, there is no such supporting convic tion, aud his own uncertainty about him self makes him suspect doubt in others. Hence lie is driven to a perpetual assertion of his quality as a gentleman, which of itself betrays the nature of his claim. One of the commonest ways iu which this shows itself is in a kind of hypersentiveness on the point of honour. The true gentleman is never quick to take offence. Not seeing any sufficient...
A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO PORT PHILLIP, IN 1824 APPENDIX (THIRD EDITION). [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 3 August 1881
A BBIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FEOM LAKE GKeBGE TO TOUT PHILLIP, .IS 15_-1 (By Hamilton Hums.) APPENDIX (THIBD EDITION). Toe supplementary matter comprised ui this appendix is thus arranged: [a.] A letter from Mr. H. Angel (one of fcho survivors of tLo Overland Expedition of 1821), addressed to Mr. J. J. Brown, Y-iss, in corroboration of the late Hamilton Hume's ' Statement.' [6.] A letter per favour of the GuuUnirn Htr/tU, September 8th, 1855) by tbe late Hamilton Hume to w. a. Uoveu. [c] A letter addressed by Mr. C. H. Barbel' to the editor of' the Hydney Morning Uerald, coinmcntiug upon an article which bad appeared in that journal under the beading ' Historical 'Statements : Discovery of the lttvcr Murray.' ( Vide [B.] Appen dix, 2ud edition, nago 70). [it.] Tlic text of a pamphlet published by Mr. J.Furjjiiwja, 420,Gcoigc-street, Sydney, umldr :h-- tklc. ' Answer to the Preface to tho S'roml Edition - f Urn. Hamilton Hnuie'ts ' A i-i;ui Jif...