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Sketcher. THE FAMILY LIFE OF THE TURKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

:jftftc&r. ?;! TBS FiXSLY LOTS OF TBB l TTJSKS. ??' iv Taoii who have visited GonstantiBople, sBd turn passed along the Bosphoros, faav* ototrrea the hnBM» of -Qie Tnrklah gsartdeas. Then* house* are huge bnild Ian of wood, whioh seen to form an end las* line, attmdW a* the water's edge, and at the bate of eteen »»d wooded till*. They are noticeable for many peculiarities ef ionstrnotton. A vary atriking feature In all ofttem is that the apartments of tiu women, marked by latticed windows, oo ttM Brook the largertpartol the fcuiloing. There is a smaller section in «aoh of U»e houses which is devoted to the men. Hoe the windows we not latticed/and ti-» doora ?at always ones. This abode of the mason-. Doe -members of the family is o*lled the 'pUee of greeting.' la thi» part -t the house the muter receives hujguasbs, tad franaaota much of hts business. Bat in it the rooms are comriejetively bear of decora tion, and oontain nothing to. suggest the Mat and oomfort of a home. That...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HODGE'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

HODGE'S SOLHiOQOT. Hodos lay at noon by the htdgerow aide, And he pulled his lock as the squire rode byj Quoth he, as he looked on his limbs with pride, ' Now, what's the difference 'twist squire and If' ' The house to be sure, stands storeys tall. And tbe park around it spreads far and wide; My cottage is damp, and low, and small — - Ii that the difference 'twizt squire and It' ' The Lady Angela drives through town, With flunkeys behind her six feet high My little ones toil till the sun goes down. Is this the difference 'twizt Bquire and IF'. ? ? ? ?' » ' The Lady Angela hangs her bea . With nothing to do, as the hou xeep . byi My merry ones about in' the daffodil bed, Is this the difference 'twizt squire and If'. ? ) ' ' He gets his plenty and pines for more, ? I find my little enough. By-ond-bye A richer than both will judge our store, And where'll be the difference 'twixt squire and If' —Alsaqer Hay Bill.. Turn, Not Wbaxth.— It is not wealth but taste that can make a home truly ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

Fob * considerable period there has existed a strong opinion throughout the colony that the time has arrived when the honor ary justices should be relieved to a great extent from their labours, and stipendiary magistrates appointed in their stead. Various causes have contributed to bring about this unwonted unanimity in popular sentiment. In large centres of population where important cases, often involving subtle and intricate legal points, are fre quently brought before the police courts, there prevail strong feelings that the pre sence of qualified stipendiary magistrates on the Bench is necessary for the proper administration of justice. Everyone acquainted with the proceedings of the inferior tribunals in large towns and cities is aware that unscrupulous lawyers, when over opportunity offers, endeavour to mis lead inexperienced or too impressionable justices, to serve their 'clients and defeat tho cuds of justice. Unfortunately such discreditable tactics too often succeed, and,...

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

EABBI ISHMAEL. Thb Babbi Ishmael, with the woe and sin Of the world heavy upon him, entering In The -Holy of Holies, aaw an awful Face With terrible splendoar filling all the plaoe. '? Oh Ishmael Ben Elisha 1' said a voice, ??What eeekeat thouT What bleating Ia tby choice f' Ana, knowing that he stood belore the Tjoiq, Within the shadow ol the cherubim Wide-winged between the blinding light and fffin ' He bowed himself, and uttered not a word, uat in ine suenee ol nis soul waa prayer : ' Oh thou Eternal I I act one of all, And nothing *Bk that othera may not ahare. Thou art almighty ; we are weak and small, And yet Tby children : let Thy mercy spare !' Trembling be raited bis eyes, and, in tbe plaoe 01 the iniuflerable glory, lo I a face Of more than mortal tenderness, that bent Oracionaly down in token of assent, And, smiling, vanished 1 . With strange joy elate, The wondering Babbi sought the temple's gate. ? Baiiant aa Moses from the Mount, be atood And cried aload unto the multi...

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Miscellaneous. ADVICE TO BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

^gpMijfe ADVICE TO BOYS. Mt boy, blow your own born. Blse above the thing mistaken lor mbaeaty, which de frauds the world ot something good. II yon have » mnrioilliofo, blow.it. If yon don't,. It may not be blown, . and the world will loae at) rnoeb good muric. Bat make pretty »nre that yon have some thiag to Bay before yon yell, 'Mr. Chair urn I' YoumBysrttbe flporandmaka.a tool of yonraelt, Dont blow.your bom : for, the mere nnmoae bt makiocr a nolae. Miule ia nelae/but ttbiie ii not naeeakarUy taualo.' 1 Don't attract attBntHnr.tolyouraelt ntttll sod have something about ^u that will belt itrutlny. Don't fiiih your paateftln before the «-ea ola dUmond broker. Hyoni have igemitwilldo'rerjweUtp.JetblmexamlnBit.; , '? Don't wear a 'load'' nepktle,with.a dirty, collar. The neokaewfllaarye only tofattrwit WttenUontothseoUar.' r .?:?.'.-.? i ' ! K««Hnlhecr9wduntUy,ouhav^»omethlng ijajpur mind, that will make yon shine on .£e pUttorm. Then don't toe atraia to .atep tothafront. ? ''?''?'...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OUTCOME OF THE PRESENT STATE OF ENGLISH AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

THE i OUTCOME QF THE-iPKESfcNT STATE OF ENGLISH AGR10ULTOEE. 'Tim grumblings of British rfaruiers against Asuericiii competition; althougliiibt so loud and frequent as a short, time _ago. was the cise, yet now aud then crop up with* an earnestness about them which proves what a vital stab has been inflicted upon this industry iu the mother-cbunf ry. .. Mr. C. S. Bead, u» im address befqrp Uie.'.lJjjifolk Chamber of Agriculture, on the l^th of April last, said that the farmers could not lkre« under the present teysteui;; ?^yen if rflieved of all local toxkU6ik* 'tlnlese rents were ? reduced '-otherwise than by percentages,' be declared, 'a separation must eventually take place between land lord and tenant.' He also made the gloomy prediction .that England would soon b? commercially absorbed by America, aud that, notwithstanding 'their vast' resources, the English pooplc would become, after tho rnanner of the Dutch, mere hucksters, or perhaps the island would be ouly tho harbour of th...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Household. A NEW TYPE OF EMBROIDERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

MmtVm. A mW 9OTE OF xMBBOiDEBT. Tin attention (twite Scientific American) whiob has been drawn to the novel ttyle of embroidery, exhibited in Boston and In Mew York, by Mrt. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., ol the former etty, would seam to be juatiflad by the oWoaltty, boianeas. ana arttatio promtaa oflhe work. The effects are pro duced by, combining filoaelle., worsted, silk, and 'cotton thread Ona-Igronnu; of- aalm. There -la .no ^regularity «t atilefc, no paral lelisms of threads, no lndlnatloni of an exact aeriea .of damlnga, none oHhe nadal formal mttboda In embroidery;; yet the retf»ctB ate »blklngan4 pleating. . Thetemay be something of fiapbaaan, . hit-or-miM, 'abbot the %oik, says the art orttio of a ttorit Ing p«p«r, latfll th*afert|aljnpienive1lliiot Hartlinf.fi,*' It II, j|n {act, the .figonr jol the work whJeh given the pleaiare.. Hare la we Striking piWs.perhapi the belt: -On a dark blue silk ground, Imitative o! an evantngaky, there stands oat in tbe foreground the SiBrie...

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

Homowat's Vuah are strongly iccommcndoa to all persons who are much reduced in jower nnd condition, wliose stomachs arc weak, and whoso nerves are shattered. The beneficial cUccte o£ tlicKe Pills will bo perceptible after a few dn.VH trial, though n more extended course may le required to re-esidblish jierfect licallb. Holloway's medicine acts on tlie organs oi dipeslion, and induces com plete regularity in the Btomucli. liver, pancreas, and kHnoyn. This treatment in both snti: nnd certain in ics:il(,and -R thoroughly consistent with observa tion, t-xpn-ience, and common 'cnn \ The purifiaa lion of the blooii.tlie removal of nil noxious matter tioni the secretions, and the rvciionionl o! Rpntlo action in the bowelfl, are Ihc sources of the curative powers of Uolknvay'u l'ills. T A M; B S W' I L 8 -TN,' General nnd Family Butcher, II A I N-8 T HE E T, XJaMPIIKILTOWN. Jt.B.— Small Goods of Choicest Quality supplied . Terms reasonable. T- r O T A L HOTEL, '„! pioton:. ? ,-?-??- ?';?'.'...

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

A FABLE. Some cawing crows, a hooting owl, A hawk, a canary, an old marsh-fowl, One day all met together, To bold a caucus and settle the fate Of a certain bird (without a mate), A bird of another feather. - 'My friends,' Baid the owl, with a look most wiBe, ' The eagle is soaring too near the Bides, In a way that is quite improper ; Tet the world iB praising her so I'm told, And I think her actions have grown eo bold Tnat some of us onght to stop her.' ' I have heard it said,' quoth hawk, with a sigh, ' That young lambs died at the' glance of . her eye, And I wholly scorn and despise her. This, and more, 1 am told they say— And I think that the only proper way Is never to recognise her. % ' I am quite convinced,' said Torow, with a ~ caw, ' That the eagle minds no moral law— Sho'a a most unruly creature.' ' She's an ugly thing,' piped canary-bird ; ' Some call her handsome — if a eo absurd She hasn't a decent feature.' Then the old marsh-hen wenthoppingabout. She said she was aure-...

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SUEZ. Aug. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

SUEZ. Auc. 23. The Cuzeo, which left Melbourne on the 28th ult.. arrived to-day. Her cargo of frozen meat, consist ing of 5000 sheep, -fec., was examined, and found to he in excellent condition.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

TO THE EDITOB OF THE OAMPBELLTOWN HEBALD Sot, — Had it not have been for the two Samaritans in Campbelltown yesterday, very likely we should have had a job again for the coroner. A poor fellow comes here to look after work, the attraction no doubt being the Waterworks. Before going to workhegetson the spree, and by some means or other falls off the bridge in Main-street and injures himself. One gives him a drink, another gives him a drink; perhaps each one aggravating the injury. One hard working man that has to sleep in an open shed lent his bed; another hard-working man that had no place of his own went to . the police, and now he is well cared for. I ' say such noble acts should be recorded. OBSERVER. August 19, 1681.

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

GOULBUBN. Wednesday. Frederick White, who recently escaped from the Parramatta Lunatic Asylum, appears to have mot a friend, from who he received money. Ho took the mail train for Goulburn, and arrived on Friday night. He was sent baok this morning to Parra matta.

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LONDON. Aug. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

LONDON. AllfT. 99. The election of deputies to the now Spanish Cortos, to meet on September 20, took place yesterday. About two-thirds of the members returned are in favour of the Government. The elections to the Portuguese Chamber of Deputies give the Government a majority of mem bers in their favour. It is expected that the Spanish Liberal party in tho new Cortes will have a majority of 240. The Boval assent has hnnn iriimn t.n tlm lVi'aU r.nnj Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, in addressing a moot ing in support of his candidature for a seat in Parliament, described tho Irish Land Bill as a glorious measure, which had been passed by the courage of the Ministry. He supported tho agita tion in Ireland which had resulted in tho passina of suoh an Act. The French Conservatives have lost fifty-one seats through the present elections. The latest report from Washington regarding the health of General Garfield is to tho effect that ho is in a very critical position, and Rlightly delirious. A carg...

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

TEMOHA. Tuesday^ Tine dams in liower Temora are all full, also those in the Upper Town. Lewis's dam is running over. Far more preparations have been made for storing this rain than the last fall. Young grass is spring ing. There is great activity amongst miners this morning ; all are preparing to wash stacked dirt at cither tanks or dams. At the cruBhing-machine dam, water is running away.

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

WAGGA WAGGA. Tuesday. William Hill, Samuel Needham, and Adolphus Stead were found guilty of stealing sheep, the owners being the Australian Land, Mortgage, and Finance Company. The case began yesterday morning, and closed this evening. They were sentenced to five years1 imprisonment.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

TO THE EDITOB OF TBS C1HPBELLTOWH mmjT.li. 8ra, — Well, Mr. Editor, I and many more parents would have been ready to have waited on you and thanked you if you had gone a little further and exposed our boys in frequenting the pubs., as well as the billiard room, but as it is you have doue your duty. I, for one, could not make out where my boy went to every night so regularly. I know all about it now. It may be the means of keeping my boy out of the gaoL Yours, etc.,. PARENT.

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

WANTED a General Servant. Apply to Mrs. Booking. WANTED, a saddle and Harness HOESE. Must be young and good. Apply to Charles Stanley, Sportsman's Arms, Campbelltown. WANTED, a youth to learn the hairdressing business. W. H. Holland, Campbelltown. ON SALE, at this office, Dog Forms, price 3d. Persons unable to write can have the terms filled for nothing. FOB SALE.— Quarter casks, Hogsheads, and 240 gallon caBks for sole. Apply to W. A. Fowler, Campbelltown. PEICE Sd, Dog Forms. Don't forget to register your dogs. MASONS' and Quarrymen's Tools made, to order. Stock on hand. J. Gard, Camp belltown. /'COPIES of the Camden Times, price 3d., may bo \J obtained at Mr. Matthews' store, next the Post-oDicc, Campbelltown. /'1OP1EB of JIES. COLBOENE FEASEE'S song ' Memories,' just published, can be obtained at this office ; price 2s. /FACTION. All persons arc hereby cautioned against tres passing upon Mount Stuart Estate. Those doing so will be prosecuted to tho utmost extent the law will all...

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PARIS. Aug. 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

PARIS. Aug. 22 - From the latest returns to hand, it appears that the Communists and Bonapartists will be placed in a decided minority by the elections which took place yesterday. Latest telegrams from Tunis report that the interior of the country is gradually assuming a condition of tranquility. The troops of the Bey are co-operating with the French in tbeir efforts to restore quiet amongst the native population.

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WASHINGTON. Aug. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

WASHINGTON. Ane. 23. The bulletin issued to-night by the physicians in attendance upon President Garfield is of a slightly encouraging nature. The vomiting has ceased, and the General is again able to take some nourish ment.

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NEW YORK. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

NEW YOBK. August 22. According to information received from Chicago, the 'Dynamite' Convention sitting there is still1 engaged in preparing revolutionary and destructive schemes in which dynamite and other infernal machines arc intended to be extensively employed. A notification has now been issued by the Conven tion warning travellers to avoid patronising ships sailing under the British flag after the present month of August.

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