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EPITOME OF HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. (Compiled expressly for the Campbelltown Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

EPITOME OP HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Compiled exprettly for tlie CampMltown Herald.) The small-pox epidemic is now decreasing in virulence in Englandf The ship Bcrtraud was wrecked on the 6th June a little north of Lovenwick. Seven of her crow were saved, and fourteen perished. The vessel sank almost immedi atelv after strikius the rocks. A proposal to the effect that the police on duty in the disturbed portions of Ireland shall wear shields when going to encounter riotous mobs with which to ward off the blows of bludgeons and missiles is -now under consideration of the authorities. A Protection for Home Industries agita tion is being got up in various parts of Eng land. An exhibition of household furniture is to bo opened at tho Agricultural Hall, London, next month. The marriage of tho Crown Prince of Sweden, with the Princess Victoria of Baden is to be celebrated at the residence of tho fair bride, on tho 1st of October. Dr. Tait, bishop of Canterbury, and Dr. Thompson, bishop of Y...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

There is on old proverb that devoutly prays for deliverance from friends, implying that their well-meant offices are more hurt ful than the open opposition of enemies. M»«is*atheLroiig:k.on f Headship, bjjtjn. many cases it is not a greater reproach than it deserves, if this is true with many individual social compacts, it is more especially so with regard to the espousal of a public cinso, arising from the fact that there will always bejnumberstrbojoin in the protest for or against a good or bad nlovc metit who have more zeal than discretion. Those hinder the success of their wishes in Uioirvury cffuits to advance It, and are stum bling blocks in the party to which they belong. Violence and exaggeration are the weapons they wield, and these, like the ewino, turn to their own destruction. The lincients taught that in moderation only is there safety, and so the moderns will find. The Licensing Bill now before Parliament Las given rise to red-hot discussions upon the subject of temper...

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LONDON. August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

LONDON. August 1. The death is announced of Mr. Pond, of the well known (inn of Spiers and Fond. King Kalnicua, of the Hawaiian Islands, has arrived at Berlin, where he has been feted. In the House of Commons, this evening, the Marquis of Qartington, Secretary of State for India, fully confirmed the news of the recent defeat of the Ameer (Abdul Rahman) ; and, in reply to a question as to the steps the Indian Government proposed to take in view of Ayouh Khan's victory, his Lordship replied that it was not intended to afford «ny material assistance to the Ameer at the' present juncture although a sufficient number of troops would be maintained at Qucttahf or the protection of British interests. In the House of Lords this evening, Lord Carlingford, Lord Privy Seal, moved the second read ing of the Irish Laud Bill. Lord Salisbury, the lcaderof the Opposition, delivered a speech, in which, while he admitted that the necessity existed for a bill to amend the present land laws of Ireland, ...

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NATAL. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

NATAL. Au(rant2. Information raoeivd to-day from Pretoria states that the news previously to band from that place to effect that the convention drawn up by the British and the Boer Commissioners, had been eigned, is premature, anS thai up to the present 'date the treaty hns'uot been formally signed. The explana tion of the delay is that .the British Commissioners telegraphed to the. Home Government, requesting annrov&l-of the conditions screed to bv cither side. and that this approval is now awaited, but has not reached Sir Hercules Robinson. August 8. Upon tiic draft of the Convention between the British and the Boers being agreed to, Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of Cape Colony and President of the Commission, convened a meeting of all the leading native chiofs whose attitude had been inimical to the Koera.. Sir Hercules took occasion to explain the nature of the several decisions which . have been come to, and solicited the adhesion of the chiefs to the same. The latter...

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SELECT POETRY. DEHIND THE PABLOUR BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

8 E I, E C 90 POETRY. ' BEHIND THB FABLOUB BUND. t ttMMor tninV whit dUtor Jane ... Can spend her (JmBifcout; She «emt so abmftiow-t-diys, It really puta me Jiiit; She xmi to Ring ko jtteLttnfly, Aui be so vary kind, Bnt now abe mopes the livelong day Behind the parlour Wind. I lmow«be baa » little tiff With George the otter day, An8 he his Iran no surly mnco SChat he but kept away j Bnt over that I wouH notfrct— I'd let biru know my inind. And never mope a!»u£, the toat, Behind ihe parlour blind. He often comes along llio street, Butsinse that evil day, . r. He pouneeR pant like aotne proud lord, And looks another way ; Be cannot know that sinter Jane . Ha* him upon her miu 1, And that she often aces him pass Behind the parlour Hini. If I wen Jane Vd be as proud As ever he can be, And flirt with every nice young man Who sought m.v company ; , He is so jealous and headstrong, Bo scornful and unkind, I never could look after him Behind the parlour blind. It quite upscte our family To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

WANTED, a strong LAD, to blow and strike Apply to C. Tripp, Blacksmith, Campbell lovm. BULLOCK Team Wanted.— I have a first-lass New Plough, my own make, anyone wanting it can work it out. S. GAED, CainiJbelltown. /'COPIES of the Camden Timtt, price 3d., may be \_J obtained at Mr. Matthews' store, next the Post-office, Cauipbelltown. v^OPIES of MRS. C0LB0RNE FEASBB'S song 'MjoroniEs,' just published, can be obtained at this office ; price 2s. m K N D E B S. Tenders required up to 10th August, 1881, for the erection of a four-roociml cottage — stone foundation and brick walls, with kitchen Ettacbed. Plans and specifications may be 3ecn at Mr. \V. Graham's, Main-street (opposite the Court-house), Campbclltown. _^ XT 0 T I C E. Bnggies and horses for hire, on the shortest notice, to go to any part of the country. Saddle horseE for hire. Terms, moderate. W. GHAHAM, Main-street, Cainpbelltown. XJ ' O T I C E. The CAMPBELLT0WX BRASS BAND are preparcd.io rcceive.engagemcDts. G. H. LUSTED, ...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

BRISBANE. \Yo.dnes3av. Professor Anderson, the conjurer, has been fined £20 under the Lottery Act fordistribuliug giftBjat an entertainment.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

MELBOURNE. Wednesday. The Police Commission will proceed to Mansfield on Tuesday next, to makeacomprehensivc inspection of the entire country covered by the Kelly bush rangers, commencing with the spot on which the first police murders took place, and extending to the Wombat Banges. At the sitting to-day, a witness named James Wallace, a State school teacher, gave evidence which showed that while professing to assist the police he had kept the outlaws posted up in all the news lie could learn in ascertaining the measures for their capture. The commission severely animad verted on Wallace's duplicity, and his conduct will be brought under the notice of the Education Depart ment. Much excitement has been caused at Sandhurst by the discloures made at an inquest on a woman named Margaret Smith, who died suddenly. She was seen alone and apparently well by a groom at 3 o'clock on Monday, and was subsequently visited by a medical man, anidicd soon after. The evidence tended to prove that t...

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

U CAMPBEI^rcffiN POLICE CJ&BB'B &- M mssmm, *s«i*&?iMr Ii 15ef-be JiT866K«Sg#ua I', iii 41urle^!sgj| ; Charles TSyhite,, charged . yriQi usinj obscene language, was 'fined:. 104, oi' .rfuteel ^^^ip^sop|ie1tt^^helianVeT^ri5J ^?lπ%a'^- *o ~& cHaigtf.-bf ^isi^ulfini Couetable Ouil in tiie execution of his duty. ?SB-iioi-CQUstoble^Biia,Wy.W!licd''foVf«i-iie»y penalty, as the prisoner had. not only struc began to fiy before them, aud tho guns began to bang. The first heat over1; the tips were produced ; the tally taken, and a move made to the next position ; and so on till the ' boss ' ordered all home, where a substantial dinner was ready, under the able supervision of Mrs. Byrnes. Boast beef, mutton, lamb, plum pudding, pies, tarts, &c, ' &c, enough to delight the heart of any gormaud ; and Mrs. B. had ocular demonstration of how. well her cook ing was appreciated by the havoc her visi tors made among the good things provided, ...

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MISCELLEOUS. STRANGE OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

M I S C EL LA8E0DS. STRANGE OCCURRENCE. .The following occurrence, and one which requires some explanation, is related in the Wagga Advertiser of July 23. To seud a girl from Biloela Industrial School to Wagga without any apparent protection seems, to say the least, a questionable proceeding. The paper we quote from states that a little girl, twelve years of age, was despatched from Biloela Industrial School on Tuesday last to a well-known resident in Wagga, who had engaged her services. Arriving by train on Wednesday morning, she came down town in one of the 'buses. She mistook the house to which she had been directed, and after making some inquires she wandered across to North Wagga, with the intention of walking back to where she came from. Mrs. Leemon saw the child cross the bridge, but did not ask her for payment, thinking she was one of the children living on the north side of the river returning from ' schoolr~---The girl walked on, and by dusk had come back again almost to t...

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A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO PORT PHILLIP, IN 1824 (BY HAMILTON HUME.) APPENDIX (THIRD EDITION). [b.] To W. H. HOVELL, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS ID CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION raoM LAKE GEOBGE TO TOUT PHILMP, IN 1824 (By Hamilton Hume.) appendix (thtbd edition). To W. H. Hotbix, Esq. Bra, — Adopting your own suggestion, that it is less with yourself than with the public I have to do, I deem this tbe proper channel through which to notice a pamphlet just issued by you, which purports to be a reply to, aud refutation of, my recently published ' Brief Statement of Facts in 'cojj.'jcctioji with the Overland Expedition to Port Phillip in 1824,' but is in reality litilc more than a denial and repeated contra diction of those facts. Probably I might equally serve my pur pose by leaving such as feel sufficient interest to peruse both pamphlets, and to form titm- --UWU- conclusions, deducible especially from the circumstances that, ?while you lugubriously profess to feel for me only 'contempt, mingled with sorrow,' the violent aud offensive language with which almost every paragraph of yours abou...

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WALLABY DRIVE AT CAOURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

WALLABY DRIVE AT OAOURA. Mn. Jas. Byhnes,' of Gaoura.'advertised that a wallaby drive would come off on his estate, Caoura, ou the 28th July, aiid.as he; was . well-known to bo one of ..the ' right sort,' a real 'prince of good fellows,' no wonder a, lot of sportsmen gladly availed such an onnbrtuhitv of euiovius.thEm'-' selves; they anticipated first-class sport, and their anticipations were realized to 'the. utiiiost. By lOo'clock on. the moruing, of the drive there ware on the ground .repre sentatives from . Sydney, Goulburn, Camp belltown, Narellan, Moss Vale, Paris, and. other places. After drawing for places, Mr. * Byrnes,' who was ' boss of the shooters,' had his men fixed ready for action by 11 a.m. There were tweuty soven guns, nearly all of them breech loadci's. Muzzle-loaders before long will be quite out of date, aud ' breechies ' univer sally used. The drivers, captained by Mr. Warburton, began to beat. The paddies as the day's eutertaiumeut ; but by 11 ^-.m . most of t...

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GARDENING INFORMATION—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

'??? ?'' :?'- -& %?? ? '?*?-*??'-. %? ' c\^ Tins Month .MframdBcU to Febmaiy in Great Srft^v^:;-?p7*V -:_ « ' .-. . ;._. ^ ihblftQli^CwifB Jjki&IO&oiitti. ¥ *r? J6*Pflnd ' vQ ;i*-fl^i toritt If ilotMft time should bo 'wsswd jn gottinijjt in orfet, »B»d»y)OBt now cannot ousily be m&de.up.: . Bo* nMtfl^ivs^itind ol soedB\; continne the oartb ' ing-up of progressing crops, and fceepihe land as defttt a* bOMlble, -Watch well tho CrowinE cabbnats and ^cauliflowers, and free them occasional!; from Che aphie whioh usually' intent them. Early and UW*triotugi-f potatoes maybe planted. ? '' FiomB OiniiEN.— Planting and transplanting ot trees add shrub'i ought to be finished this month, in order to enable the ihnlbs to become fairly reconciled to their aew location. Borders and odgings will need cdnsidoraUo attention. Carnations, panBiei, diieioB, petunias, -&-., may now be planted, flpnee etaouH be iound lor the beautiful new varieties of bouvardiae, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

THE CAMPBELLTOWN HEEALD. Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Batdbday, Auobbt 6, 1881.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. TmiNS Leave Sjdnet. Akuive at Ciuthelltown '9.45 a.m. . 11.18 a.m. E.25 pan. 7.5 p.m. 8.30 p.m. 9.40 p.m. 11.80 p.m. 1.40 a.m. SiTUBDiT Additional. 7.65 a.m. 9.1C a.m. 1.55 pjn. 8.27 p.m. Tunis Leave Campbblltown. ABntvs at Sydney. 7.10 ajn. 8.50 a.m. 9.55 a.m. 11. S3 a.m. 3,40 p.m. 5.20 p-m. SiTCBDAT ADDITIONAL. 7.48 p.m. 9.10 p.m. The daily mail and passenger train from Albury reaches Oampbelltown at C a jn.t and picks np aud sets down when required.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 August 1881

Oomaen, Livurpool, ippih, Pioton, anl Ifcn&nglc was established onthe Uth February,' 1880, asa weeW*ew«*per.. FronvtheUth August: follow taT&^ngfcen wOy #i months in «xiBtenoe,«ie Seneroufti^portili received enabled the Proprietor to^riat anS pabliBh the CampWlWicit Herald _'* . ' ' ' WICK A miSEf '? ? at one fourth only of aSSittonal costs to advertisers. TliecircuUfion is large, ana increasing every week. TheHVaMl' published every tJ ' WEDNESDAY* 'bATUBDAY MOBNING, « Brat elition being Btruckolt on TUESDAY * FJUDAY EVENING, ' . to catch the mails: so thai distant subscribers may be nlaced on an equal footing, lor local and general newi, with thoie who reside in Campbelltomi and ' immediate vicinity. ; ; sdbbcbottokb: — One Poun4-fil)- year; or6s per quarto- olihreB months, payable in advance. It booked, £1 2s. ^r^^KftTll* Augotf. MA Novcmber,Ulh February, and 1Mb May, at which periods oiuy can subscribers decline, by giving one week's previous notice in writing, di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

?!\r--'.''-B '-: ? D i O ?'?-A'- -'i.\ :???? iW. J. JACKSON, M.D., &c.i 1. ?:? OAMDEK, '{Late of the' University College *-f the Paoifio; Bt. ? Mary's Hospital; Marine Hospital; the Univer-: Bity of DuJham; Ncwoastlo-upon-^Tie .School of Medicineii Manchester School and Infir mary), -? ' ' ? ? will be in CampbclKown on MONDATS AND TnDItSDAYS, AT 2 F. U. Messages may be left at Messrs. Fieldbouscs'. Btore. DR. BROWNE vAW ATTEND at No. SEVEN SECTION on TUESDAYS and FJSDDAYS. Apply at Contractors' Camp. Oases of emergency, office in Campbelllown. T\B. BBOWNE Desii-es to intimate that he has opened a DISPENSARY IN CAMPBELLTOWN tor the convenience of people connected with the Waterworks. All cases of an argent nature occurring thereon can bo attended to, and receive medicine gratis, on presenting a written order from any of the con tractors, or irom Dr. Browne. Persons failing to produce such written order must pay cash. N.B. — This rule will be strictly adhered to. Mr. Finlay Kn...

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1881. BEFORE Sir William Manning. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

SUPREME COUBT. Wednesday, August 8, 1881. Before Sir William Manning. OOODE V. ONSLOW. Mr. Salomons, Q.C., Mr. G. B. Simpson, Mr. C. B. Stephen, and Mr. Rogers, instructed by Messrs. Iiobertsou and Fisher, for tho plaintiff. Mr. Darley, Q.C., Mr. Pilcher, and Mr. Bruce Smith, instructed by Messrs. Norton and Smith, for the defendant. Jury: Messrs. Cornelius Fredrick Edwards, Henry Wauklin, James Alexander lirodio, John Forsytb, Charles M'Guire, Henry Robort Robertsou, James Clark, William Christie, George Warburton, John Francis Fletcher, Henry Oliphaut Paton, and Charles Henderson. Mr, Salomons said : — Gentlemen of the 'jury, knowing the amount of attention you havo bestowed upon this case I will not dotain you longer than I can help. First of all I should like to refer to one or two matters about which there can be no ques tion. There can be no question that this matter is of vital importance to the plaintiff. I am not going topoint out its importance to deter you from doing what...

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MISCELLANEOUS. THE EARLY BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

MISCELLANEOUS. — :o: — \ THE EARLY BIRD. Possession is said to be ' nine points in the law ;' a anyiug, the force of wLich itre could; better judge, did we know -how manyJ ' points' the law contained. Bo tlais as it may, there is no doubt of the fiictjthat in business and human affairs geneially, as well as 'in the law,' it is greatly to\ man's advantage to he on the spot, where Ltisiness is transacted, and to be them early. To no one in personal or prompt attention more important than to the farmer or cs .Wiener who attends the markets; he htie gets ' possession' uot only of the most ?favour- able locality in the market, but of lbs atten tion of the buyers. People in gen ?\-il will gladly pay more for the first of 'any. ing, in I seasonable food, than they will f-.r that ' which comes only a f«w days late; . The j fiinnor, wlio is imprcssoil with tlii.''. Sv. !, nn A. ' ii(]r-.av,.i;ji;- to meet the- ?.?rpm: of (jjr; i--.ii;. | wuv-ji'i- by pushing hii iinidncti into the \ i-^iiiio...

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MISCELLANEOUS. LIVE STOCK FOR THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

MISCELLANEOUS. LIVE STOCK FOll THE FARM. The breeding of live Kdick, Ibungli carried on more or loss upon every farm, is, in live cases out of six, hnp-lmz.inl w.rk, nnd no care is taken to obtain tho most profitable class of animals. Neither do they rcc- iv^, as a rule, tho ueccsiary care for the most satisfactory results to bo obtained from them. In order to obtain tlio best possible results, superior animals should be used, aud they must receive due attention to keep them up to the standard of excellence. Many of our farmers, however, piy no regard to tho brooding or care of their stock, and, as a consequence, there is a large pro portion of inferior or half-starved animals, I which return but little profit to their owners. In the first place, let us take dairy cattle, aud how frequently do we liud mongrel herds, bred anyhow, and, as a matter of bourse, giving poor' returns for their -feed aui the labour bestowed upon them. If cows are bred carelessly without any regard to then- ...

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