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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD, Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday, February 9, 1681.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

EAILWAY TIME TABLE. 1 Tairss Leave Sydnet. AnsmtAT Cahpbelmows. B.-5a.m: f .. 11.18 ajn. ? 6.25 p.m. ? ? 7.9 p.m. 11.30 p.m. 1.35 a.m. Sitnisu ADcmoKU.. . 8 a.m. ? - 9.25 a.m. 1.55 p.m. v 8.43 p.m. TBAIttB LEAVE CaHEBSIXTOwK. AlUUVE AT SIDNEY. 7.10 a.m. . 8.50 a.m. 10.6 a.m. 11.10 a.m. ' 8,50 p.m. 5.30 p.m. Satdbday. Additional. 7.48 p.m. ' 9.10 p.m. Trains leave Bydney for Albury on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at 8.20 a.m., arriving in Campbelltown at 10 a.m., but pick, up passengers only. The evening mail train does not stop at Campbelltown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

QT. PATBICK'S INK, CAMPBEUjTOTTO. MBS. M A G 0 tjB B desires to acquaint her friends that hsTinj|; tfMn taken the above Hotel, she will bo pleased it- cctet any who may favour, har with a call. ?VISITORS TO CAMPBELOiTC^tra mlljind the above hotol qniet and iefJ«*-N*wher» tnecomI3rtB'DrB~nomBTi)Sy uui£u^tq?g&,luijf$t?eii-* tion and V' / IS' Civility accoeded to Cc»ic'-(Sbs. T OOK HEBE! It is really surprising, 3. DOHNELIiiN is Belling Watches at prioos that will suit all. BEAD THIS— English Hunting Laver Watchea, bom £5 to £20 ' . Celebrated Waltham Watches from £3 10s to £15 Ladies' open face Silver Watches, from £3 A Good Time-keeper at £2 10s. A large lot of second-hand watches on hand and sold cheap in good going order. Jewellery and tobaceoniBtgoods of the best brands. Also, just opened, a large assortment of Christmas presents, cheap. The cheapest lot of Watches ever offered to the public at J. Donnellan's, Watchmaker, Camden. A large stock of new and second-hand watche...

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TEMORA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

TEMOKA. Monday. Craig and party, of the prospecting claim, Maniac Lead, iouud a 6-oz. nugget, and this fresh discovery has created excitement, as this is a claim that was expectcJ to go high, and only wont i\ dwts., includ ing the gold picked out. Splendid stono has been struck in Bich's reef to-day at 40 feet. Melbourne speculators have recently purchased into Burke's Beet Company with Burke, and have titeeii two tons of stone to Melbourne, to put Burke's Beef on the market. Great excitement is still existing over the late hospital elections; and it is ialendel to upset the elections as illegal' through the chairman not read ing the ballot-papers aloud, as directed by the Act, a^d. also electing one officer who was absent and not a subscriber.

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COMMERCIAL. WILLIAM INGLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

CO M MB BO I A L. *' WU.UAM IKOLtS. Bkpobts having sold during the wock ending Feb. 3rd, 1881, at BaUvray Auction Mart aha Stock Sale Yarila, 'Stock and Produce at the following quota tion :— -Milch ' Cows, ebch, £2 to £9 2s Od ; Calves, each, 4a to 21b 6d ; Ltinibs.tjach, 4b to 9s fid: Pigs, alive, e«h, lls to £2 8a; Suckers, each, Sb 6d to' 10s ftd ; Turkeys, per pair, 7s to 170 ; Geese, per p&ir,'£s to7»«d; DuckB, per pair, 8b to 6s 5a ; Fowls, per Mir, 2s to 4s 8d ; Butter (roll) per )b., 4d to 17d ; , Butter (keg) per lb., 84 to 103 j Bacon, per lb., &a to fid : Cheese, Mr lb.. 3d to 4d : Eues. oer dozen. iBd to 17d ; Hides, per Ib., 2Jd to 8}d ; SheejislunB, B|(t to 6il ; Pelts, Id to 8d ; Tallow, per cwt., 20s to 29s ; Mai«s,8s6dto8B:6a. . . ' ; . . Also, at Darling Harbour, 59 trookB oi Say and Straw, as under. -~ . ' . »b. or ' sake- TflOCK. . PESOWT. a. d. 1350 Oampbelltown, Oaten Hay .. 8 8 li7C Picton, ditto ..82 1055 Ditto, 'WhcateDaitto— very rough ..2 ...

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BOURKE. Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

? .' : ? ? ?. '.'BodeSb. r ' ?:--:r' ' '?.'?' i: ? ??',; ' ' .. ': ? ..' -? ??:?''? : VAi&j. -?- : ; HeftVy stormn are reported at CoW. The town was flelngDd, the roofs of houses torn, and one house struck bjr lightning nni burnt. Every tank' is reported to lbs ?orerilowing.' 'There was s thunder stionii here -to-day, ond it is raining now/ and looks like continuing. The river is rising. ' Louth reports two driJ three-quarter inches 6f raiu at Dunlop last night. It is raining here steadily, and looks to 'be' general. ? .

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GARDENING INFORMATION—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

, ?'?':-.?' OAQDESINa INFORMATIOlt— FElfetTABY. KjtcdmGa)u-bS;^-8ow, II theWUierbe!rrour»blf!, V .:«SDlSpwaB,-|Bri*sj6^esr)x torts), mveys, imM. ? ;. Plant«6ut4^4plan&tB&&i]iihgu)f&QliQ9filr WjN^y . ??:— brotoli,oiulSowerB,iaM. JTttrtipfttofe&eiBry||pl.j - clean. ?. -V ? 'o '?'?-'-.'.:f.-'s.:'. -.'-.I'-r- feC;^! ;' - -Thin out d^fu tad*.' About the aaiddle of *be' , / 'them vrell wateiea and muldiel' after removal. roots of lul plants Icept well soared and moist. - ; clear off all iiseleBB snoots Una teaacui, to give tho eun Uwjjbooms to,ripen tbe fruit. ? Special *ttenKo» * should be giveu to other fruit toes, whether will or espalier,' by ridding them pi useless and literal - ? eliooU, ana tjlng or nailiiiguij all lose broaches, in order to B'vo the fruit the best diauce to ripen ; also to project theni from Jjoistcroua weather. ; Weed and loosehsbft. '-* . .''?'' Taji Field — 3bUtaonth U favourable for plough ing iA- land tibla't:%as croppe...

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WILCANNIA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

'^ , WTLCANNIA. ? C Monday. James JBvans and party of three, prospecting 20 miles froin^Vount Poole, south-west of Depot Gleu, bioughtiripMf Wilcannia 24 ounces of gold to-dayj oz., anoftkarafloz., and the remaining 12 oz. was made upoHhotty gold^. Immense excitement pre vails, andjfreat hopes ftre entertained that Mount' Poole an*Hie surrounding country will yet turn out : a succc/iyil goldfield. The ijpot where gold yrus found is'CallcJ Coonally Crcek,iind water is plenti ful. Toe A.J.S. Bank have purchased the find.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

SMALL PEBTS C0UBT. Lowcl v. Booking. Mr. Bull for defendant. In this enso the plaintiff claimed £8 13s 5d balance of wanes due. Defendant produced a bill as a sot-off, which showed a balance owing to plaintiff of £1 Cs 2il. It appears that the plantiff, who had been working for defendant, had from- tiuie to time received different amounts of money, and also goods. He did not take the goods into account, and.scemed' is have rather nn incunerent idea an to the amounts received by him. The defendant producod an account of the transactions which had taken place, Bhowing an Indebtedness of £1 «s.2d by UmMt which the bench judged oorroot, and «llow«3 i* Mr. Boosing hero toolt bis seat on the benoh. \' ? Cqnwingham t. M'Snllea. £1 16s balanos dw on work «toa labour done. . ? - :-' Mr.BaUitorthedefenaant. \ It appears that iho plaintiff bod Carrie 1 ont * eon tract «ia- had been entered into by hu irotUer. an3 hiS bean paid tot «o doing by Vhe dofenclant, (wbo hafl let tbfl oontraot^ wiUi t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Tub Earl of Beaccmsfield baa suffered very ranch of late from the gout. At the Kiama Exhibition, last -week, Mr. J. fcf , A»itiU carried off six. yriuco fur cattle. Not ? bail for-a?ibton. A Bvdnet M.P. recently attempted to stand upouiiis dignity. He is still suffer ing from the fall lie received on tho occa siou. Sie F. Dillon'-Beu,, who was lately . appointed Agent General for New Zealand Las taken Lib departure from that colony, for England, to assume the position. Complications hare arises in the New Zealand .^Ministry, regarding the native question. Mr. Bryce, the Native minister, lias resigned. SurpniNTEKDENT Williams, lato chief clerk of the Leeds police force, has been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment ?Spahbows ane becoming so destructive. around Adelaide, .that the farmers pay lads to destroy them and their nests. Two boys thus employed succeeded in obtaining 2000 'eggs in one day. Mr. Berby, in speaking at the opening of the railway to Aiba...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

0 0 M M B B 0 I A L. .. sTm; quantity of .forage forward at the Darling t Harbour £ales was small, the attendance of buyci-B meagre,, and prices showed no alteration on those obtained on Friday. ' On-tho wharfs lucerne hay is duller,, if possible, than .ever, and sales are only affpetod with difficulty of. quotations— viz., £2 10s it/i £2 lfis. Potatoes, arounchnncej. Hunter Eiver 'being -vorth from '£2 .10b to £8'; Warrnawbool, £4 to £4 103 ; and Shoalliavon, £5 to £5 10s. The few .onions coining from.Xhe Hunter are wry inferior, and supplies ivijl have to be obtainelfrom Victoria. ?Fortunately, the yictoriaB.oriionsfttprcseqt in the market ore very good, and sales are readily effected at prices ranging fiotn.£4 10s to £5. Maize has beon coming .forward ;in quantities (suGicicnt for lcqnircmcnls, an 1 there is no alteration in prices to report, Eggs are plentiful atlrom 9d to Is per dozen.

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CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

CBKJflET if ATOHj' ! Ajutch wa| piftajat OampbelltowiiiMi 3atw£ay;;Jaf|,; l%a=arthe Mekangle iad Oinipbelltoyji iSWe^phibs foriy new bill, tlie flenaiiglo cafetng joff 'the-Jirlaer- ?up weather was nptWhat could Jiave foeu desu-ed, a dmzlmarftiu falling -din-nig (tho middle iof 'ihe ~ aflrnoon '£ $q& 'the dai' wcatnerinadc uniloiut lorlhebatsmeji,to play ti»e swift balls Borne iTcry %-od play awMushqwnnn both a$s/!#&^hbatwa ball,, but the fcatu of the day was tho Jongstopping of F?e tei^ib^hiacraoit ha it said, did not llo* one batt to pass the whole time. TJiepaioBt suceessJEui sdprers*wpre)for.M aSgleVJ; Jones 18 and .14, Scully 37 and 1 mid C- Jones 18 tfnd 1 ; for Campbfilltow A, J, Fowler 29 andO, W. Hurley 19 and i and JJ. Rudd 10 and 8. T. Jones captabil the Menangle boys, and W, Hurley thehn^belltown. ?Play commenced hortly before two o'clock. Menangle v ningthe toss, elected to bat, and sent iu € ainins and' C. JoneB to the bowliug of B. add from the south e...

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MR. PARNELL'S MANIFESTO. London, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

MB.' PAENELL'S MANIFESTO. London, Teh. 4. Mr. Parnell has to-day issued a manifesto, in which he refers to his expulsion and that of his followers from the House of Commons last night. He urges tho -Irish people to be calm, and continue io endeavour peaceably to attain the ends they have in vien-.' Ho promises that ho and the other mem bers will renew the fight in which they are engaged upon their renulmission to Parliament.

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CRICKET. UPPER METTAGONG C.C [?] NEW SHEFEIELD (MITTA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

ORJClteT. DPPEB MTTTAOOKO C.C.;'!#, '' T HHEFFIELD (HITTA The return nratefc brtw^BJ JaenboTO-nnmed clubs took place at Bovniil (;n 'BrtarAiy, the 5th instant, and as usual resulted,^ »D ea?y Victory for th«' N.S.C.C. For -the '-, -i'cw JSHFcld-feam Messrs. letting Messrs.- T. iir ? Vrf.TT- Dbwhngwcre ?igbest scorers. For J;i.e T:r)J.: Mittagong team Messrs. B. Nonmii) fcoA^d and i'itzgerald batted well. Appended arc Ihe tJXian :~- TJFPKB mTTACii.N'O -C.C nBST IKMIKGS. B. Norman, b NapiM ? 0 O. Norman, b Napier ^ . . ? . 0 J. Fitzgerald, run out ^ ? ? ? ? ? 12 W. Ford, thrown out ? 3 J. Trimble, b Napier . , . . . . 8 J. Bice, b Napier ? 0 W. Menzies, b Napier ? 0 W. Mitchell, c GhUds .. .... 3 T, Coomer, c Lumsdcn ? 3 G. Cupitt, b Lumsden .. ?? .- 6 J. Cole, not out ? 0 Sundries .. i Total 31 SECOND INNINGB. R. 'Norman, eE.Chfllker .. .. 0 0. Norman, c Napier ? 8 J. Fitzgerald, b T. Canty ? 1 W. Ford, bT. Canty ? 0 J. Trimble, b Napier ? 2 J. Bice, b T. Canty ? 2 W. Menzies, not on...

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DAVITT'S PUNISHMENT. London, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

DAVITT'S PUNISHMENT. ' London, Fob. 6. Michael Davitt, recently tried for treasonable agita tion and 'acquitted, and -who was arrested again a few davs ago for inciting his follow countrymen, has been Bent to prison. He was some years ago con victed of participating in the Fenian movement, but released on bis good behaviour before the sentence was fulfilled, and the remainder of his term of penal servitude 'Will now have to be completed.

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1881. BEFORE Messrs. John Kidd, J.P., M.L.A., and P.B. Hurley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. Satdbdat, Fr-BBCiDY 5th, 1881. Befobe Messrs. John Eidd, J.P., M.L.A., ana P. B. Hurley. J.P. John Wooley,who was charged ?with using obscene, language in Main-street, Campbelltown, was fined 6s, or twentj'-fqur hours in gaol. The fine was paid. Willian Evans was charged with having no lawful visible means of support. Senior-constable Beatty deposed that tlie prisoner came to the gaol and said be wished to be locked up, as he had no lnoney nor means of getting employ ment, and that he was then locked up on the above chaise. Upon being taken in and searched, 11b 64 was found upon him. The Beach discharged the prisoner.

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EXPULSION OF THE IRISH MEMBERS. London, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

nxfruLSION OF THE IEISH MEMBERS. . London, Feb. 3. This evening, when the House of Commons re-assemUei, the discussion .on the second read ing of the Irish Coercion Bill was resumed, and the Irish members continued to persist in their policy of obstructing the business of the House. This was brought under the notice of the Speaker, and a formal resolution thafilr. Parnell and his adherents, the obstructionists, be expelled from the Chamber, was carried, by an overwhelming majority. This methodof solving the difficulty created a great sensa tion ojtside Parliament. liiUcr. In consequence of the disorderly conduct of the Land League members of the House of Commons, a motion for their expulsion was brought forward by the Bight lion, the Premier, who, in his speech, when' moving it, declared that uo means short of expulsion would suffice to meet the case. Upon the resolution being carried, a scene of unexampled tumult occurred, and continue! for a considerable tim». ..'Some of Pamell's ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. TEMORA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

Tfilil -j £ i'JH I 0 ^ E W. B. {Frmiht-tiydney Paper:) ' TEMOBA. .-.?:.. ? r .. . ..,.,-,-; :??? Friday: 1 lt-oz. nugget was found pntheSorubyardBoad, sear Parker's Sain. , Matthews and party got a lj-oz piece. Dennis and -Co., north of Maloney's washed. lib loads for % dwta. per load. ' The Ballarat Claim washed 16 loads for 6} oz. per load. Iiagae and .. party, adjoining tewis' rich cUiin, are now washing , E40 Ioads,.BankB ftrid party picked out a 8-oz.'piccc, and a 21-oz piece wafe found in one of the lownr - claims yesterday. ??????? ? White's one-sixth of Iiewis'e well-known claim was ?old by auotdOD, thu.afteraoop, and' tsalized £C15 . ?uh. Iiewis was thepnrohasei:. ' ' ' A 17-dwt, pieoewM found to-day in anew claim en the main road. ,::-'?' : Very heavy rains are taportei at Weodstcnrn. A SBlendjdjjtcafLyjain haB^already iillan, with every piovpoot of ^^iiitiHiiig {h^uffiiout the night, Xt.iBStated^hatfiw^mo'a.das^AeaiV^oDdBtown^ AXTBTf VC6 uOwing'OvoT* ? '' meebo'dene: ' / ...

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TEMORA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

TEMOHA. Saturday. An .important mining case was decided to-day. The plaintiff, Hopkins, a publican, sued Thomas Griffin, a shareholder in a rich claim near the UoHcn Gate, for a half-shm«, which plaintiff alleged, lie had bought for £2. Griflin pleadel that he sold it when drunk, and the warden dismissed the case. Plaintiff imvp notirp. of anneal. Foster and parly last week got 38 oz. 8 dwts., the largest piece being 12 oz. ; Kcegan and party, iu the new run, from ten dishes, averaged 14 grs. per dish ; Hard and party, near Maloney's, tmve lieen picking out piccoB of np to 14 dwts. No. 8, on Deutohcr's line, divided £G8 laBt week. Calla and parly picked out 15. d\rta. on Thursday. Finch and parly, south of Tynan's, got two small nuggets. .Wilson and party, No.. 3 Tynan, bottomed their new shaft on a prospect of half a dwt . per dish. Malone and Corbett got twenty ounces last week. The Diorite claim got a 4-oe. nugget, tbo Unknown claim a 9-oz. nugget, and Kemp and party a li-oz. nug...

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A JOKE ABOUT THE DUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

k JOKE ABOUT THE DUKE. The Allowing good story is told about His nr?s.* llir TJr.tn of Manchester -.—The j .!,'»-?: i..; : ' ?)? -.r ;--i'aiK¥!ivster wae expected at \ tXr' :-'--;0 ?. .'X ^^ mas^i I tjr« ?? :\ ilif- !u''..:c :-juiLi..-!- ? nt the station ? '.sj,- , ?-.. . .?: in i\ vtrv lilik. cori;(?r, burnt up, ! an.'. ??: an^crn witli iiorw^ were warned off as the grass was to be kept for * His Grace.' Thaiiks to tho admirable arrangements for the Duke's convenience made by tbe police authorities aud the capital horseflesh pro vided] by them, His Grace arrived quite unexpectedly at the station referred to, on a Tufesday, a couple of days within the pro gramme. The ' super ' saw two horsemen ridiag up to the station at dawn. In the interests of the expected illustrious guest, and in view of the scanty herbage, that 6upei was naturally aggressive. He demanded the name of the horsemen. ' I'm the Duke of Manchester,' replied the Ipfvliifr cavaliir. ' Tl;:-' 'in ? ,' replied ;L= prr. ...

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