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

NATAL. August 22. Late news from the Transvaal Btates that there is much discontent among the Boers regarding the terms of peaoe recently concluded at Pretoria. The settlement that has been come to is declared to be unduly favourable to the Kaffir inhabitants of the country, whose claims the Boers refuse to recognise.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. COBAR. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Sydtieu Papers.) COBAB. Tnosfliiv. The Australian Joint Stock Bank opened a branch at Cohar to-day. The first load of wool passed through from Lerida station on Saturday last for Sydney. During the past week several persons have left here for Mount Browne.

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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WORKING OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. Sydney, Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

WORKING OP FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. By Eleoteio Telegraph. . (feom oub own cobrespondent.) Sydney, Thursday, 2 p.m. A deputation, consisting of Mr. Abigail, M.L.A. ; Mr. Henson, M.L.A. ; Mr. Davies, C.M.G., M.L.A. ; and Messrs. Gelding, Hines, Howe, Cox, Schofield, Cowley, White, Eyles, Deacon, Johnson, Langbrook, Holdsworth, and Webb, waited this morn ing upon Sir Henry Parkes asking that a Royal Commission be appointed to inquire into the management and working of the various friendly societies. Sir Henry Parkes admitted that such a Commission was absolutely necessary, and promised if his colleagues were ac?r{-p.fl,hla t.lmf. nn» should be appointed. There is every probability that the nature of friendly societies will be strictly investi gated.

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RAILWAY THIS TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

B4ILWAY TIME TABLE. Tjuim Lbavi 8rsmx. Abbitb m Cavpbelltowh 6.15 a,m. 11.18 a.m. 6.3S p.m- ' .7.5 p.m. 8 JO p.m. 9.40 p.m. -r 11.30 p.m. , MOtn. : * Satordat AnDmomi. 7.56 a.m. 9.16 a.m. LSSpan. 8.27 p.m. Tbuns Leave Oamfbclltowh. AsBtyajiT Sidhii. . 7.10 a.m. 8.60 a.m. 9.65 a.m. 11.33 aja. 3.40 p.m. 6.80 p.m. Satuiuiat AnumoKib 7.48 p.m. 9.10 {MB. Tho daily nun ana passenger train bom Albury roaches CarapboUtown at 6 ajan and picks op ana sets down when required. OAMPBELLTOWN HEEALD. Pablished evory Wednesday and Saturday. Saturday, Aogobt 27, 1881.

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. BEFORE Mr. P. B. Hurley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

OAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COUBT. Wednesday, Adoust 24, Before Mr. P. B. Hurley, J.P. DRUNK IN CHARGE OF HORSE AND CAST. John Guthrie pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk while in charge of a horse and cart, in Main street, Campbelltown. Ho stated that although drunk he was quite sensible, and perfectly recollected being taken to the lockup. Senior Constable Bcatty said he had given Guthrie three chances of going home, but be had neglected to avail himself of them. Guthrie was constantly drunk in chorgo of a horse and cart, thus endangering not only his own life but those of others. It was no good inflicting a fine as his wife always came and paid it. It was only for the sake of his wife and fainilv that ho did not charge him with being a habitual drunkard. Mr. Hurley said that if the police had chosen to prefer a charge of habitual drunkenness Guthrie was liable to bo imprisoned for six months. He would inflict a fine of 20s or seven days' incarceration, and thought if his wife paid ...

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

HIS STOBtAOH. A Deteoit eurgeon whose repntation is, first-dasB, was seated in bis oiBoe the othsr. day, when in walked a stranger who w»si followed by a dog. Without any fooling around he began : ' Doctor, I have the dyspepsia.' 'Yes, air.' . , ' Had it twenty-six yean.' «' Yes, sir.' 'You can't oure it W ? ? ? ? ; 'No, sir.' ' ' 'But you can make an. exchange of atomachB between me 'anil my d6g.' 'I believe It could be' done and both live.' ?'?':' 'Will you' guarantee that I won't bave a hankering for old bones if I trade stomachs?' ' ? ?' ' ? 'No, air.' , ... . ' Will I want to chase cats F' 'Very likely.' ' ' ' And snap at tramps f ' « Quite probable.' ? ' Doctor, this is buainesi.' , ' Yes, eir.' , \ 'And the exchange of stomachs' is' declared off.' . . ' 'Very well,' . 'Andl bid you good-day.' s 1 ' Good-day, air.*' ' ? \ And the man Whistled to his dog and walked out, without looking to the right or. left. . . .

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CAMPBELLTOWN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

qAMPBELLTOWN PEOGBEBS COMMITTEE. The usual weekly meeting of the Campbelltown Progress Committee was held on Thursday night. Present: — Messrs. Bull (in the chair), Graham, Airey, Campion, Brown, Finlay Knight, Booking, Gee, Spicer, M'Sullea, Gilmore, Clarke, CbippindaU, and Webb. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs. Barker and Lusted. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. In reply to Mr. Airey who inquired if a reply had been received from the Government in reference to the widening of Railway-street, the Chairman said there had not been, neither had there been answers to~he other letters he had sent to the Government. Mr. Airey introduced Mr. Gilmore who had been elected a member of the Committee at the last meeting. Mr. Brown moved that the the rules be now printed. Mr. Airey seconded the motion, and remarked lint iast meeting the Committee had accepted Mr. Webij s kind offer to print tliom gratis. The motion was carried. 8U.V...-T TKAIK ...

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THE DEAD CHILD AND THE MOCKING-BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

THK DEAD CHILD ADD THB ??? - MO0KENG-BIED. {Barper't Haaann*.) 1 [ThefollowingpoemisinnoiBenseamere ?fancy. On the , contrary, the strange, pathetao inoident it oommemorates actually, oocurred.notlong-ago.uitheheighbonrhood of Jacksonville, Florida.! Okcb, in a land of balm and flowers, Of rich, -f ruitiladen trees, WherethewUd wreaths from jasminebowera TraU o'er Fioridian seas. We marked our Jsannie'a footsteps ton Athwart the twinkling glade 'j . She seemed a Hebe in ttie sun, A Dryad in the ehade. And all day long her winsome song, Her trebles and' soft trills, Would.wave-like flow, or silvery low .. Die down the whispering rills. One morn midmost the foliage dim A dark gray pinion stirs; And bark! along the vine-clad limb What strange voice blends with hen F It blends with hers, whioh soon it stalled— Braver the mock-bird's note Than all the strains that ever filled The queenlieat human throat 1 As Jeannie heard, she loved the bird, And sought thenceforth to share| - With ner n...

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

BY A COUNTRY ATTORNEY. We have the pleasure' ^anbounce to out subscribers thatthe puWicition of the above tale will becqmiietlced1 in but columns nextweeV.'!'! -w '''? ;*;''- The writer is a gentleman .^bc^e knowledge of thl)' legal' ftajtortitjr J* only Burpftssed by his intimate iec quaintanoe with theEthics of Baokib^.; While the narrative ie based o|»n actual facts, the localities and in dividuol identities are bo carefully disguised that no one will be able toy point to another and say :. :'Edcf', homo!' ' . 7 ''-it'-'e

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

EOSE BUSS. The following beantitul aentbnent aooom panied two knots pi rote budt sent lo a young lady for her personal adornment at an evening party: Sweat rote bade, happy fate fi yours To thne adorn the fair : One knot shall slumber on her breast, The other in bar hair. Her lovelineia a sweeter charm And grace imparts to thee, While thou float eymboUae her life OI maiden purity. ; PiDek'd from tbe atem that gave yon birth Tour glory moat decay.: . ? Bnt ere your tender beauty lades, To her glad tribute' pay. Let your delioidna odonra float To Hat her fragrant breath : BleBt flower ; the mem'ry ol thai klsa Shall sweeten even death. Then joyous be, ye bndt, thia night, Aa the bout creep on apace, For never shall ye find again So fair a resting place. Eainbow Music— A young fellow named Bainbridge BiBhop, who used to play his fiddle in the Adirondack Mountains, some where .became impressed with the belief that a close relation exists between sound and colour. He therefore invented '...

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Poetry. IN TWOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

i — . BTWO& Bohiwhihs in the world there aide, Ottden fiktM that -bo one «ees Bave they oome in happy twos— . ?:? Not in one* nor yet in threes. - - But from every maiden's door , '.. Leads a pathway straight *nd: fame, Maps Bn8*nrveysfcnow it sot-, . -. He whs finds, finds room tor two. Then they seethe garden gates! Never skies so bloe «i «heirt, Never flowers aomeftyewert As for those -who come in pain. Bound and rounu the alleys wind, mow a cradle ban their way, Now a little mound behind— . , 6) the twogo,through the day. When no nook In all the lanes Bat hag beard a song or sign, Iio I another garden-gsle '. , Opens aathetwo goby 1 In they wander, knowing not ; ?- Five and twenty 1' fills the air With a silvery eeho low, AU about the atartled pair. Happteryet these «art«a^a1ka; Oloser heart to heart they lean ; StiUer, softer falls the light; ? Few 4he twey and fai between. Till, at last, ason thay pas's ? z . Down the paths so weU they Tutow , Onoe again at hidden gate...

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

WHITE PLATNLT. Thk rejection of tbe mannaoript of an un familiar author is perhaps of tener on aaooontf ot illegible handwriting than ot lack ol merit. There is no greater torture for an. editor than to have to attempt to decipher a bad manu script, and the sense, especially of a poem, is frequently entirely lost in the tangled man ot wretched penmanship. Sir .Frances Jeffrey knew ao well the difficulty of forming a oorreot judgment of an article by a reading in manuscript, that, when be cent in hia first artiole after he had retired from the Edinburgh Seviea, he bad an understanding with Nanier. hiB sueeestor. that it should not be read until it -appeared in the proof. A fewyeara ago tbe editor ot the5arwdoj) Bwieio ?was accustomed to have every article whioh appeared as if it might be worthy acceptance put into type before deciding upon it, for aa Charles Lamb sayB, there b no each raw and unsatisfactory reading «« an article in manu Boript. The same pcaotioe is followed by the ed...

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THE COMING ULSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

THE COMING ULSTER. It Ib with pleasure that we announoe'a change and an improvement in the aummar ulster,, and It beighteni that pl»Mttr» to realise thai a Datroiter ia the man whole memory It to aland tecond to thkt Of Washington. Wa all remember lait turn mer'a ulster. It had aome good features, bnt it did'nt fill the bilL It did very well for railroad travel and plonloi, and it *u a'pretty goo* thing to cover op Old olotbea, bat everybody knew that something better ooold bs invented out of whola olotb.' Tbe uliter for the oomlng inminer tpeakt for itaell' on sight. It oan be worn with tails or without . The taila can be lowered by meant of bipgat to drag on the walk, or fora extra poakata lot holdlag fonr clean Ihirti apieN. lbs eollar la fitted with ? nbbarmbe to hoi J any sort ol drink fitted to tha oesaaion. A quart of hard elder can b« saoiad to ? Sunday aohool plenio, and ilyly ImUbad at tbe convenience ot lbs wearer without anyone being the wiser. AU tbe man hai to do ia to...

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IT WAS ALL RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

IT WAS ALL BIGHT. Sivcui, people were making purchases in a Woodward avenue grocery yesterday when an old man with a cane In onebabd and a bundle1 (nth* other stood in tbe door and ~ aaked: ? ? 'DM any of Jyon [drive up, hen in ? sleigh?' ,: ' ''Yet1ldld,'replfaaone. ' Waa it an oldififie hose ?' 'Tea.' / ?? And an old wonutnjin the oatterT' 'An3%ansb»artnii8;*th6hojsP' ' . . ' I gueas aba can.' « Tien it's aDifabt.' aaiathe man of the oane an4*fcundl£:$i« The old host hat ran ?way and the old wonAn ie hanging to the . dash-board «r.a||jel)ing mmaer 1 withnaU * bar might, tyrt II she ean manage him, there's no «se -ol anybody getting «xa|ted over it. Let me ipquire *hat the prioenl cranberriea it to-day.'— Detroit Fret Pntu

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SPELLING SCHOOL HARMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

SPBLLINa SCHOOL HAEMONT. ' ,? A ; DaiBorriK, who bad occasion tbia Mrintbtp Mtit Gratiot County, was invitodto ?aapIWetfaihoolmaAlstriBt sohooliboiiBs, and helreaohed the place to find it crowded, and deep interest apparent among the audience. The spelling eoon begin, ,#nd In a little Uma only six or eight oonteatants wan Utt One ol theae was a giant named William Jones, and it wu evident that be h*deo»atb*retooQ»qnfr. Wbsnheteelled 'jsalooiy' with a 'e,' they tried to make Urn all ?down, bnt ha rapped on the deik with bit big fiat and repUed : 'I don't know nothin' 'boat Webster pz any othar lowlgner, and I don't cure. I've allot been otsd to speUia' it '^ealouay,' and I ain't goin' to knock ofl to please a few woodohuoks.' ' At hewould'not ait down fab Was Allowed 16 go on spelling, even after hebad misted savaral f»ora worda. At last, only the Datodterand big William bad the floor, and while .the Hatter was strnggling wii the word '?sympathy,' a window near the former opened ,«ol...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. {While we shall be glad to publish letters, it mnet i» understood that it does not follow we endorse (he opinions of oar correspondents.]

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PICTON. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

PIOTON. (rsoM a coaBEaFoiroiira.) A noKON match took place at Pioton on Saturday last between Mr. J. Biley. of Bowrel, and Mr. Capon, ot 1'ioton, Ior'£10, whioh resulted in a win for the former. A number of glass ball sweeps were also shot off. Appended are the scores :—* 1st hoeos mm. J.Bitey ? HUH W.H. Capon ,. .. 101010 . 2SD~0lMH BUX SWEEP OF 6fl, HANDICAP. W. Holding, 36 yards .. 1UW W.H. Capon, 21 yards 0000 T.M'Kendriok, 23 yards O00O J.Eiley, 26 yards.. .. till W.Walker, 28 yards :. 1000 ? . XV. Wonron, 21 yards .. 1000 B. Mitchell, 21 yards .. 0000 J. Dietrich, 28 yards .. 0000 Sab — olass bail sweep of 5b, handicap. B. Mitchell, 18 yards .. 11000 W. Harding, 26 yards 11110101 W.H. Capon, 21 yards U1101U J. Dietrich. SI yards .. 10100 J. Biley, 25 yards.. .. 10001 T. M'Kenanok, 21 yards 10101 ?W.Walker. 21 yards .. 10000 B. Wild, 18 yards.. .. 01000 4th— sweep ot 6b, sakdioap. W. Harding, 25 yards . . 11100 W.H. Capon, 28 yards 11100 T. M'Kendriok, 28 yards 00000 J. Biley, ...

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Rovelist. THE MYSTERY OF MAJOR MOLINEUX CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

iUvWv THE MYSTERY MAJOR MOLINEUX B? STARCUS CliAEKE. CHAPTER Yll^-iOonUmei.) An astonishing* and.to. me, ,un-; aoooutttable, change took place -dn the featureB and' conduct of the invalid/ Her face flushed crimson1 red,' uhS opened her ;«yes, and,| raising herself to a sitting poBture/ Btared wildly about her. At eight of Mftjor Molineox, she fell 'bade as though, life had Buddehly left iwr^-.- ? ? .. ?.'. ?'. '.'. ??? ??':'.'. ' ' 'Spine ugly dream, perhaps, -hits1 disturbed her,' said I, ''and thej touch of your lips brought about1 the imagined catastrophe. She will1 soon, recoyer.' ''::;,. .'.,','/ '?.,-. ! In effect, so soon, as Eochfordj .and our|ioBt naa wituaxawn irom1 the room( JBeatrice revived ; tears: rollediSom . beneath ? her eyelids,! and Mlefebljr -i ought for my hand,: holding |t fast Si. hers, as/ though ohiiging to some saving stay. _ ?, ?* '1 was Wong to have admittedi him,' I said: tj^Mrs. Eochford. ' I; should have remembered that your; daughter bad always £. di...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mb. Gilmobe's sale commences to-day (Saturday.) See advertisement. A nujcher of persons who had remained the pre scribed time at the Quarantine Station without any signs oE the dreaded scourge, were released on Thursday. An anything bat edifying controversy it now being carried on in the columns of the press, at Mel bourne, by two different factions of the Presbyterian Church. Mb. James Anxett, a tutor in a private family, residing ncarCondobolin, fell out of Cobb's coach as he was coming into Forbes, last Saturday, and dis located his neck. Thk carrying rates have been greatly reduced on the Victorian railways. This i» n et/-p in the. rieht direction, which might '.-. :i'!-Ltr.' ? ??.i.-; ;??:?? by our railway authori1. KrudiuisN who may U i: -ij-iu'* '..? ???- ^ut divi i.'.% en fiiia. .--i ire r-:it'j ???:?'- '. il^t ir !»? event ci t\._V - 'nK pi.« oui..-« \-k : ?? i ?,?:«??!(;,? the ui.visi.n-ts have p..*..-r ta ''-?'' . l'on attempting t; t-3-igglc rnra ...

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

TO SHE EDITOB OF THE OAMPBELWOWN HERALD. Sm,— Probably your correspondent 'May Rose ' is not alone in failing to comprehend and appreciate the position, principles, and work of the Church of England Temperance Society. Will you grant me a short space for explaining them. I make the attempt with the sure conviction that they are such as will commend themselves alike to thorough going Total Abstainers, and earnest thoughtful Non Abstainers who desire to work for our objects. The objects of the Society are : — L The Promotion of Temperance. H. The Befonnation of the Intemperate. IIL The Bemoval of the causes whioh lead to Intem perance. Here is a wide field for action, and abun dance of work to be done. All must be enlisted who will lend a helping hand, and no narrow or 'extreme position must be token whioh would drive away willing workers. We begin by requiring : — The distinot recognition that as Intemperance is a Sin, and as the Intemperance of England has become a National Sin, so ...

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