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A BRIEF STATEMENT OF FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM LAKE GEORGE TO TORT PHILLIP. IN 1824 APPENDIX (THIRD EDITION). [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

A BBIBP STATEMENT OP FACTS IN CONNECTION WITH AN OVEBLAND EXPEDITION FKOM I.AKE GEOIIGE TO TOUT rHILLTP. IN 1624 (Bt Hamilton Hume.) appindu (third edition). Attempting no doubt to iakfl tlie ene;a alt the men's ''testimony, in which a ' juo.^i ?? singular unanimity exists,*1 you absurdly ' suggest that they appear to Im ?' in boido * h unaccountable way under the influence of ..^ -7«^snjadt or-suy frii';rt -'—-{«* il I luui Uiusu in custody Bomr-wliire.) They aro per fectly independent of mo or uiy friends; and I am well persuaded they will freely express themselves to any one who asked them! consistently with their statements quoted by me. You are pleased to twit mo with the course chosen by the editor of my little pamphlet, in slightly referring to my per sons! antecedents, and commeuting on niy services, and you express a very magnani mous resolution that you will not adopt a aiinilarjcourse, or ' make any eulogistic com ments on bucIi slight services as it has been your good fo...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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ESSAY ON THE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

ESSAY ON THE DOG. TnEdogissdigitigradocarnivoronsmonimal. This will be news to most persons, who bad always sup posed that a dog was simply a dog. It has been bruited about tliat the dog is the best friend to man among the brute creation. He pants after the thief. When onoe he gotehold of the tliiePfl pants, he makes breaches. A barking dog never bites ; that is to say, when he begins to bile he stops barking. Conversely, a biting dog never barks, and (or similar reasons. - The hair of a dog will cure his bite. This is a curc-ious superstition among hair-brained young men, who are fast going to the ilogf . Dogs are dentists by profession. They Insert toeth without charge. The sea dog loves his bark; Didyoueversecndog that didn't? The bark of a tree is unlike the bark of a dog. Even a dogwood knows this. Dogs arc not always kind, though there arc man; kinds of dogs. Every dog has his day, although dog days last bat a few days in the year. There must In a Sirius error here. The dogs1 ...

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

apiirpadiee a ipo»t favourable opjiortrmity pffcra Ipr prBbtifjihg*Srr^ularltie(i,idmovirig ^^^ imjuriSoa, an8 erasing blemishes wliicli liavo ariBcn Irom the pre sonco' of matters forbad hy winter fronl being tiau epirefl through the pores. This Bcarohing Ointment, well rubbed upon ihe'pkin, penetrates to tho deej'ly scatca orgnjiB, upon wliich it exerts a most whole aotne and ' beneficial influence. Well high all the infligOEtioue give way to Ibis simple treatment, aidei by purifying find aperitive doses of Holloway 'b PilU, round each -w-x of which plain, 'instructions' are foldpd. .Bilious ? aisord^,. loss of apjictito, fubjess after oating, lassitude, gout, and rheumatism may bo effectively chccltei in their painful progress, and Jlho 'scoda of long BuBermg - etadioated by these remedies.;. '..,;?'. ,' ?'..':; - , . ?.,-'. ? i-'- ';. ? '?

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SPEECH OF BISHOP NULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

SPEECH OF BISHOP NDLTT. Btsuor Nci.try, speaking at Slane, county Meath, in reference to the Land Bill, said, hi his reply to an address of welcome presented by the Catholics of the parish :— If tho main principles of the Land Bill were carried out without being hampered1 by any restrictions or exoopliouB, his belief was that it would be a good one, and would go far to secure a measure of justice, fair play, and loyalty to the people oE Ireland. They did not wiuli to be disloyal. They wished to be allowed to remain in peace and to occupy the land of their birth. The highest and noblest title a man can liavc is to bo -an honest and improv ing tenant; and if a man be cheated out of that bo has a right, before high lieavcn, to defend and maintain it. The Irish members of Parliament had taken a peculiar action regarding the Land Bill. It was necessary for them to take 'an independent action, and they were justified in doing so. The people of Ireland had now a great power in the Land Lea...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

' 70 THE BDITOB OF THE' B. M. HERALD. Sin,— Aii article appeared under the above head in jour paper of the 28tli April, In which grave doubts are thrown upou tho truth of certain statements made by the late Mr. Hamilton Hume in a pamphlet published by him in 1855 in connection with the first Overland Expedition to Port Phillip, and objections aro taken against the ohitnarv notice of him which appeared in the 1 ass Courier. I, as one of his oldest nephews, who remember the timo of that Expedition, and knew some of the lnen engaged in it, and from being a well-known bushman myself, know the opinions of buehmen. generally upon the merits of its lender ' and his associate as capable explorers, will aslt for space in your columns for a few remarks in justice to Mr, Hume. The article states that Yass Plains was discovered on the 10th June, 1797, by the late Mr. William Bradley aud Mr. John Hume. Mr. John Kennedy Hume, inyj maternal uncle and my wife's father, was not born in 1797. His fir...

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A PRUDENT YOUNG LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

A PBUDENT YOUNG LADY. \ A beautiful and bashful young woman, of about nineteen summers, called at the officj of a life insurance agent last week aud asked him timidly if he could tell her ho\{ long people of a certain age would live, j ' Madam,' replied the agent, coucbiuj respectfully behind the prospectus, aul drawing his chair a little nearer to heij ' here are your tables of expectation an| average mortality, which contains all tlip information ou that subject that you csjn desire.' 1 1 Well,' she said, ' how long will a ruse of C7, and that eats peas with a knife, livei ' 1 According to our table, madam,' replic I the agent, ' he should, ou an average, sui vive eleven years, three months, and si) - teen days.' 1 That,' said the visitor, ' would bo till the 1st of August, 1891.' *? ' 'Precisely, madam,- on the average expec tation of morality, for we must all die, aiil it is therefore well to insure against loss ^0 the loved ones ill a company whose charaf ter— * . J ' And how r...

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SELECT POETRY. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

SELECT P0D5EY. a u lg-j I'll- =f&2&*jatit.?&t - ^ Mt,-»ifc-iM^^^ ^j ^ h--i»m »^gsg^B-.c.-. - .--??iftis^' ?, -._-'=-. k JONOT-)n*;timo-wben«ldiHotherHubbart— ^ ? Bhe,ott)mfar-i&med empty cupboard-r .:? ? ^^^jjyJtMj^^gniiigiliiialone,. *.; ? . ; . -. ? ... : And qhi.ihe wiou thtt mot tor,eye» 1 i;* ... -.. . : 'iiia^MitaieiltoBlmo^Jl'io'deaUi. - :,:nuiti^^vi- -.t ;t -.Yi.:*-_-«..-.'-: ??:.-.--'.i ?? '' oi ;-.i;; ;ThefB.werp people hew— there were people there, ?:_ i r fhere wore people yonder Wid everywhere. . ; v^1I%fa»^6BkWng,''PearMi8.Hofeb«ira, ; W«Ve brought you something to fill yonrcupto&rd.' V. mr;?tf; ipi'X, -_- ?: ??? -':, - ,.: /:.'-. : ?:, Wiffi her prinoe, a handsome fellow. ' ?Mo'thor Ooose tod Simple Simon, . - In.their wake the penny pieman. , .Blue-beard, suvajre and defiant — i Jack, who often tilled a giant— 'Pu»BinbobtB,Bo tHm^ndnioe, ' ^ollowd by the &roo blind tnico. ?? . : ?'Then^hoHWenangtYkittcnn, '. ?All in pre...

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GARDENING INFORMATION—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

GARDENING INFOBUATION— A.VQUST. Tan month corresponds to February in Great Uiitain. ?,'',;? Kitcbin Gaedek.— Muoli sowing and planting should bo done this moiffh, it the ground be rcaly for it ; if not no timo should be wasted in getting it in order, as a day lost now oannot eauily be made up. Bow noarly every kind of seeds ; continue the earth, ing-rip ot nroeressiiui crops, and keen the land as olcin as possible Watch well the growing cabbages and cauliflowers, and free them occasionally from the apuio which usually infeit them. Early and late varieties of potatoes may be planted. Flowk'q G.itiDEN.— Planting and transplanting ot trees uni shrubs ought to be finished this month, in order to enable the shrubs to become fairly reconciled to their new location. Borders and edgings will nool considerable attention. Carnations, pansies, daisies, petunias, Ac, may now be planted. ' Space should be found for the beautiful new varieties ot bouvardUs, and a good colloction of heaths; ericas...

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

Ctimdeii,'ti*B^-Ooli Atoiri^ictoii, ind Meninglis weeUy newspaper. Fr-»m tlle l4* august follow inir having been oplyflinnoitlu in existence, |he ,Ski*usBup»orttt received enabled the; Proprietor h)yrintanai-uiajliBie.C'™ipl«!Kto»« Herald^ (-'?;'.: ..{. ^''swKa'A.jtiitK, ../ '/? .. ,. , . fetwmlourfhanly ol additional costs to advertisers. Ihe diwuation is large, and increasing every week. - Th8Sri)ratkisjnblisJ»eaevery \y3TOOTSpAT ft'^iTtJapA'r MOBKING, ' ;, B^eition^elagitookotte'n' TUESDAY' j A FBlpis EVENING, to catch the mails: so itiiat 'distant subscribers taay In placed oa an equal footing, lor local and general Mw«, withithoBo.whoreaido in Camphelltown and immediate .vicinity. . ''' BUBBOBIFTtOKs: — One PounS (£1) a year; or 6s per quarter of three months, payable in advance. If booked, £1 2s. ner Tear, or 5s. 6i per quarter. *%L Quarters eS o^the .14* Aupvrt, Uth November, 14th February, and 14th May, at which periods only can subscribers deobhe, by giving lone week's prev...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

The philanthropic labours of tbo Aboriginal Protection Society are beginning to bear important results and give living evidence that the long-neglected children of this soil are fully capable of receiving mental, moral, and spiritual instruction. Perhaps, in order to evade responsibility, the notion -was given and kept afloat that the blacks of 4hc.se colonies will be utterly beyond recla jnation or elevation. It was the accepted opinion that these degraded races were .endowed with intelligence below that of the (brute creation. To further pollute their ?women, and with grog and ill-usage bruta lise the men, was all the notice some of our unprincipled dwellers in the back woods took of them. Not long ,igo a .special inquiry was instituted concerning the real condition of the Queensland abo riginals, and tales were then unfolded that would make each particular hair of the humanitarian's head standercct 'like quills upon the fretful porcupine.' Stealing the gins and shooting down thei...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 10 August 1881

BAILWAY TIME TABLE. Turns Leive Svuxiir. AsnrvE at Camtdeluwn 9.15 a.m. 11.18 a.m. B.25 p.m. 7.5 p.m. ?8.80 p.m. 9.40 p.m. 11.30 p.m. l.iO a-m. SiTOUDAY AliDITIOSiL. 7.85 a.m. 9.16 a.m. 1.55 p.m. 3.27 p.m. Toms Lkive Camtiielltown. Ajikivu it Svdkes. 7.10 a.m. 8.50 a.m. 9.55 a.m. 11.23 a.m. 3.10 p.m. 5.20 p.m. SiTmiuY Additional. 7.18 p.m. , 9.10 p.m. The daily mail and passenger train from Alhury tenches Caupbclllown at C a.m., and picks up and Gets down wlica required. TBE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday, August 10, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

THE CAMl'BELfcTOWN HERAT.©, Caroaon, Liverpool, AppUi. Picton, *mi Memngle jj Adyertlser *m« established onthfl Mth February, 1880, «sa neekly newspaper. From the Wth AuguRt rolloy, ing, having been only n« months in existence, th* serous jjutiport it teeeived enabled the Propnetoi to phnt ui publish the Campbelltoimi Herald TWICE A Vi'MSK, afoftt tonrth «my ot additional costs to adTOrtiners The fcuculatoontotot^imatacMasuig every week Tho ffentM is published every 'WEDNESDAY * SATURDAY MOBNIUG, a first edition being Btrnck oil on TUESDAY .& FBtDAY EVENING, to catch the mails: so that distant subscribers may bo nlnced o» an equal footing, lor local and general nom, mth those who nstd* ui Caninbelltown and immediate vicinity. JHJBSCBttTIOSB:— t Pound (£1) a year; or 6b per quarter of three is'/payable in advance. H booked, £1 2s. ir, or 5s. 6d. per quartet. Quarters enT on 'the «* August. Uth ber/Uth February, and Uth May, at which periods only can subscribers decline, hy gi...

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NELLY'S MISTAKE. A LOVE-STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

jrariLvs msiAKB. k iion-atoiT. 1 'Oh, I do so want my tea I' «rt*A HaUy Manners, throwing httielt into the depths oi a large ann-Ohalr. ' Shopping Jtarso ex hatutlng on ? not afternoon like thlt.' - 'Bo are some okher thingi,'. 'thought net ?liter Marian, sailing to 'tnlnd with a little justifiable Indignation the pile jA ' onffs and I collets and laeel vow atriDg below the Ikitoben fire, and bow otten the Initials I H, E. M. had Started np under her iron thai I hot afternoon. She often wondered whether I Helta ever gave » thought to the how ana when of the getting up of the delicate mek naOks of laos that «o charmingly ibeoanw her. Bit it -was only a Baselug Taxation, banished the next moment. ' Now, 1 4eolare, here's Jack coming op the path 1' Dried Nelly with oomlsal annoy anoe, as she poked a enp oi tea bn one hanA nnfler her note, and contentedly inhaled the gratelol pBrlome, 'and I'd vesture anything he wants us to go for a row, and then what'll become of the hat I wanted to t...

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PROSPECTS OF AERIAL NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

PROSPECTS OF AERIAL NAVIGA TION. An interesting and suggestive paper by Dr. Bell Pettigrew, F.E.S., was lately read at a meeting of ' the Balloon Society of Great Britain in the Boyal Aquarium.' Mr. W. H. la tfevre, C.E., president of the society, to--k the chair. Beviewing the .principal structural differences of the bodies and limbs of which animals were fitted to move on land, through water, or in air, Dr. Pettigrew pointed out that the analogy which obtained between water and the air as supporting media had strangely and gravely complicated the problem of flight, the idea uppermost in most minds being that a flying creature must float upon the air as a ehip floats upon the water. It was this idea that led to the dis covery of the balloon though the bal loon could not in any sense at pres ent be regarded as a flying machine. Until endowed with the means of moving from one place to another independ ently of the wind, as he hoped it would soon be by the ingenuity of a member of the...

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Science. A NEW MEANS OF PURIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

:$M& A mSW'HSAXS OF PUBIFIOATION. Twi idea baa hitherto prevailed quite generally thirior purposes of disinfection Utiahanu aeek to prevent, in ao far as may b) possible, any fermentation or putrefaction in aocumoUtiona of filth. To into end a Breat variety '61 pbwertulohemicU agebolea have bean resorted, to, such aa copperas, chloride of lime, permanganate of potash, otrbolia, and culphnroua edis, and ao forth, wblch aot by destroying the baoteria or, other organisms whleh etnas daoay. Professor Alexander Mueller, of Berlin, hai now pro posed an enliMly 'different method of pro (*duw. He ha* recently patented a prsoaaa ayitem'atioiSy cultivating therein various yeaaUike ^rganlrai, whioh feed npan- the .matters thair,would ,be*ome oflenaire or dangeronaTl left tblhemaelvM. So far from using thoae kinds -of themioala whioh work to destroy the fawer oganiaaaa, lie adds to the drain-water inch' ma teriiliaa may be needed to anpplament tbe matters already contained In it, ,ao th...

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INFLUENCE OF COLOUR ON ODOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

INFLUENCE OF COLOUR ON ODOUKB. ' My attention,' says Dr. Stark, in the Philosophical Transactions, ' was first diroctod to the subject of odours, in con noctiou with colour, during my attendance at the anatomical rooms in the whiter ses sion of 1880-31. ?'During the earlier part of that winter, I generally wore a light olive-coloured dress : but happened one day to attend tho room i in black clothes, I was uot a little sliuck b, tho almost intolerable smell they hal acquired. The smell was so very strong as ipVe remarked ovou bxJiie&jnily flt lionr, ftudit wiis recoguiBcd vu : the i saine piece oi di-CBB^fii'- sjvcralijdays, No odour ±o the; same ex t nit had been, remarked iu the: li lUtev-Bplouved clothes,' ] 'The foetid smell winch they momor less apquired'J iu the * atmosphere of the rooms ;WRB cnmpuriitively. trifling, and slight iBsposuro to the air alone was necessary to deprive them of the wlour which they had thus ci utr 4Ct- d. i 'This circumstance lod me to begin ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. I'LL TAKE A GROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

ttlBOKLLANEOUS. I'LL TAKE A GBOSS. Wsile the~proprietor of the Maison Doree, New York, was standing behind the couutcr the other day, catching flies for cunuut cako, and' wishing that a little of the business wave that the Eastern papers say so much about would slop over into his restaurant, ob' it wore, a young man with a beaming smile ou his face and a big box under his arm entered. ' Don't want any sleeve bnttoiiR, nor uotliiu',' growled the dyspepsia distributor, glancing at the box. ' No, nor I,' said the stranger, affably, depositing -the box ou the counter and removing the lid. ' But-whatyou do want is the greatest invention of recorded time— the restaurant keeper's friend — the boanl ing house keeper's salvation I' ' Roach poison?'' said the steak stretcher, contemptuously. ' No, sir,' retorted the young man, tak ing a handful of singularly-shaped objects out of the box. ' Something that beats thu phonograph and the telephones all hollow. I retcr to the ' Blciduiore chop !' ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE DEAD LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

f^|yypT^3P||j:a;By. ^ * Tnfe: nnSn -r.ETTKiL S* JOnN O. 8AXE. An» can it bo ?,- Aii. y«) I we : r Tls thirty vears sad better S nee Mary Morgan *ant to mo xujb muuty, musky letter. ? A pretty hand (sho oonldn't Bpell), ,v A* airy, man must vote ft 1 And 'twas, as I remember well, A pretty hand that wrote it I How calmly now I viow it all, . -,to memory backward.rangefl— , .. Th« talks, the walks, that I rooftU, ' *'' *h4ifflni the postal ohangost ? Bow welli loved her i can guosa ? (Since cash is Cupid's liostage) — Just ono and siipeuec-^uotbing lees — This letter cost in postage. f '-C Oi t/k.i ?.;?_,„;:- lAn A- ; '? '??- i The love that wroto At Much a rate (By Jove I it was a Sleep oat 1) Five hundred notes (1 caloulate), Was certainly a doop one ; And yet it died— oi slow deeliuo— Perhaps suspicion chilled it ; I've quite forgotten if 'twas mine ' -Or Mary's flirting killed it. ' At last the fatal 'inossagecarae: ' My letters— pleaae return them ; Aii'l youjs-rot oonrse you wis...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. On the wharfs there is no alteration to report in the price of lucerne hay. At auction this morning, on account of the Hunter Biver Farmers' Association, lucerne hay wrs sold at prices ranging from £2 15s Gd to £3 8b ; 380 boles of oaten hay was sold in one lot at £1 10s per ton. In Sassex-Btteet there was no alteration in prices ; maize is firm at 3s 4d to 3s Gd; seed oats, 2s Sd to Ss 3d; feed oats, 3s to 3s 3d ; butter, Is 9d for best; bacon, 4d to 6d; cheese, Cd to8d; fowls, 3s 3d to 3s Cd; ducks, 4s to 4s Cd; turkeys, Gs to 12s ; geese, 6s to 7s ; eggs, lOd to lid ; millet brooms, 9s to 10 3.

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CALCUTTA. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

CALCUTTA. ?' August 24. According to the latest telegrams from Afghan istan the posit'onsof the Ameer Abdul Balrnan and Ayoub Khan remain as last advertised, no advance having been made on cither side. It is reported, however, that Ayoub has again made overtures to the Ameer, with the view of a friendly settlement of their claims. This intelligence is not official, and requires confirmation.

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