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RECIPES. ODD SCRAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

RECIPES. ODD SCRAPS. Old potatoes may be freshened up by plunging them into cold water before cooking them. Never wash raisins that are to be used in sweet dishes. It will make the pudding heavy. To clean them, wipe in a dry towel When anything is accidentally made too salt it can be counteracted by adding a teaspoonful of vinegar and a teaspoonful of sugar. In boiling dumplings of any kind, put them into the water one at a time. If they are put in together they will mix with each other. In boiling eggs hard, put them in boiling water ten minutes, and then put them in cold water. It will prevent the yolks from colouring black. COOKIES.— One cap of thick sour cream,   one cup of sugar, half a cup of butter ; spice to taste; soda as usual. SURPRISE CAKE. — One cup of sugar, one cup of sweet milk, one egg, one half cup of butter or lard, one teaspoonful soda, two teaspoonfuls cream tartar.  

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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WILTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 27 August 1881

WILTON. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The remains of some old firearms were found in a cave at the Nepean River by a carpenter named William Wonson. They consisted of three flint rifle locks, one horse pistol barrel and lock, and seven or eight door and safe keys. The stocks, &c, had been burnt off by fire. It is supposed that they belonged to the bushrangers who infested this place some thirty or forty years ago. Things were a little more orderly in church last Sunday than they were on Sun- day week as stated by "A man who knows   how to behave himself." The water has been got out of No. 1 shaft by means of an engine and bucket. The tunnel will be started both ways some time this week. Nos. 3 and 4 shafts are down over a depth of 100 feet. August 22.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

COMMEE0IAL. OiTte Hay : In bales, 4s 3d to 4s 9d ; in bundles, 8s Cd t£ 5s 2d ; in truss, U 3d to 4s Cd. Lucerne Hay : In tale, 3s 2d ; in truss, 3s to 3s 4d. Straw : In balei, 2s to 2s 5d ; in bundles, 2s 3d to 2s 8d. Straw Chafl: In bales, 2s 4d to 2s 9d ; mixed, 4s Id to 4s lid ; rye, Cs; turnips, Is 9d ; potatoes, 40s to 71s. On the wharfs business continues very dull ; there it. iiuw or no inquiry tor lucerne Hays ; the prices quoted are lower, green lucerne Rt £3 to £3 5s, old lucerne from £2 10s (o £3. Iu Susscs-street the quotations wore :— jfriizc, 2s 8d to 2s lOd ; oats, 3s ; onions, 13s to 15s ; polaloes— New Zealand, from 35s to 45 ; Circular Heads, £3 10s to JE3 15s ; bran, Is 3d ; butter, Is 3d ; eggs, 9d ; bacon, 4d to Cd ; cheese, 6d to 63 ; fowls, 3s 3d to 3s Cd; ducks, 4s to 4s Cd ; geese, Cs Ca to 7s Cd ; turkeys, Cs to 12s ; millet brooms, 7s 9d to 9s.— Tuesday's Herald. WILLIAM DtOLIB Rr-ponTs having sold daring the week ending Sept. 2, 1881, at ttiilwiy Action ...

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Department of Public Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads. Sydney, 29th August, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

Department of Public TVforks, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Hoods. Sydney. 29th August. 1881. Sin, — Referring to your letter of the 29th ultimo, further respecting the necessity for a culvert at the junction of Campion-street; with the main rood, I have the honor to inform you that the local officer reports against the necessity for this culvert until municipal arrangements warrant it, as one good thoroughfare is fully maintained to the railway sta tion, and this one kept passable by a Government grant. 1 have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, F. WELLS, Acting Commissioner for BoadB. Chas. Bull, Esq., Campbelltown. A letter was also received from Mr. Alkin drawing attention to certaiu matters. Tbe correspondence was received. Tbe chairman notified that he had for warded a letter to the Bulli Progress Com mittee euclosiug a copy of their rules. POLICE MAGISTEATE FOB CAMPBELLTOWN. Mr. Webb moved the resolution, notice of which he had given at the previous meeting...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

POLICE COUET. Monday, September 6. Before Mr. Fowler, sen., and Mr. P. B. Hurley. BEMEMBEBmO THE SABBATH. Michael Carey from the waterworks was charged with being drunk in Main-street at noon on Sunday. He was further charged with using obscene language. jittrhad, it appeared, bad been practising devotional exercises at the various bars of Campbelltown, die result of which was that he rolled around promiscuously, concluding his proceedings by trying to crawl through the keyhole of Mr. Leary's house. At this period he fell into the protecting arms of senior constable Beatty, who conveyed him with some difficulty to the tranquil apart ments beneath the court-house, where the rowdy cease from troubling and the boozy go to sleep. Mr. Carey plaintively observed. that if their Honors let him off on this occasion he would never not again no more even smell fermented or alcoholic liquor in our venerable town of the hills. As this was Mick's d&ut in Campbelltown court house he was ch...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

SMALL DEBTS' COUBT. Saturday. Septbmbeb 8. Before Messrs. W. Fowler, sen., and P. B. Hurley, Js.P. DENMEAD V. JOHN BUBGES8. Claim of £7 18s 4d, goods supplied. The indebtedness was admitted, and an order made for payment with 6s witness's exoenses. CAMPION V. BOLOEE. Claim of £1 12s, balance of account for tiait and stabling for a horse. Plaintiff etat«J **?«* about eighteen months ago wliilc ten. -? kbotel at Camden defendant pui. abivi, L 4ib stables and eubsjsqiiently took it away without giving him notice. The amount of bis account was £2 2s, hut 10s had been paid by defendant on account. Boiger mi he had been travelling a stallion for Mr. Eichardson, who had authorised him to make arrangements for stabling the horse, for which he (Mr. Bichardson) would pay. He never paid 10s on account, but lent Mr. Campion half a sovereign once. Mr. Campion said he had applied to Mr. Eichardson for payment. The Bench non-suited the plaintiff. The Court then adjourned.

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CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COUET. Saidbdat, Septembee 8. Before Messrs. W. Fowler, sen., and P. B. Hurley, Js.P; James Denmead, jnn., was charged on information with assaulting James Bison. Mr. Bull appeared for the complainant. James Bison stated tbat be was inte rested in a piece of land adjoining, the Waterworks, which had been rented from the Misses Eeddall. Defendant, who was ft butcher in Campbelltown, was in the course of his business in the habit of traversing that piece of land in order to go to the works. For this privilege he agreed to pay complainant 2s 6d per week. On the 29th August there waB a fortnight's payment due, and he went to defendant to ask for the money between six and seven o'clock in the evening. Defendant replied that he would not pay, as he had not crossed the land during the fortnight. He (complain ant) said defendant ought to have given him notice that he intended to cease running over the ground. He also said defendant had been crossing the ground and that h...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

COEEESP0NDENCE. [While we shall be glad to publish letters, it mast be understood that it docs not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.]

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

TO THE EDITOE OF THE CAMPHELtTOWN HERALD. Sib, — Lest I should be thought wanting in courtesy to your correspondent, ' May Rose,' with whom I should at any time be pleased to work as a 6taunch advocate of total abstinence, I wish to say that in my opinion the evil against -which we contend is so great that any division amongst us is to be avoided, if possible. My former letter aimed in this direction. It was not written against ' May Eose,' but on behalf of the C.E.T.S. And I hoped that since Mr. (rough could approve of our Society, your correspondent might see his way to approve ?of it also. Your obedient Servant, ARTHUR W. PAIN. The Parsonage. Cobbitty, Sep. 5. 1881.

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GARDEN INFORMATION—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

OABDeV INFORMATION— SEPTEMBER i SiTdtaN GiBiiBM.— Sow dwju-I pe»s, French beans, «nottmbcr, locks, Jettuce,o»bbago, BniBMls epronta, en/Urn, melons,* pmnpluiiB, vegetable marrows, r»di«l»es, spinach, ptreley, cipeicums, tomatoes, *o. : pUnt thyme, marjoram, garlic, enohalots, rhubarb, kale, «n j srtiohdkei; keep tho ground .tree, Irom weeds; pulverise the roil aua irrimte. - flower Gsrito.— Continue planting Ulira, oriniumg, and other bnlbs; flowering ihrabc may ?till be traMplititoa with great care ; Jiyacintho, tnllps, anmonea, taA ranuniatusoj bloom this month; protect them from too mnoh beat at mid day, as alto in taistsrmu weather^ plant dahlias ; .attend to cleanliness ; finish all pruning, planting, teveUbig, && ? . OMnanL— Finish planting decidaotiB truit trees; loquat* and strawberries ripen about the en3 of this month; destroy all insects; grapevines should be gone over to remove all superfluous wood and suckers. . . ; The Field.— Plant oat sugar cane, swee...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

BAILW&l? TIME TABLE. . Truss Leite Svdnbx. Awuto it Campbeu,town 9.45 a.m. 11.18 a.m. 6.35 p.m. 7.6 p.m. 8.80 p.m. 9.10 p.m. 11.30 p.m. 1.10 a.m. SiTonmv kmimoxu* 7.55 a.m. 9.16 a.m. -L55 p.m. 3.27 p.m. Tunis Ijeitk Cuifbsli.towx. Aubjve it Sydkkt, 7.10 a.m. 8.50 a.m. 9.65 a.m. 11.28 a.m. 3.40 p.m. 5.20 p.m. Baiubdai AosmosiL. 7.48 p.m. 9.10 p.m. The daily mail and passenger train from Albury reaches Campbelltown at 6 a.m., and picks up and sets down when required.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LONDON. September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

TELEGEAPHIC NEWS. (From tlie Sudneu Panere.) LONDON. September 5. A number of paroels containing explosives have been delivered to various citUens of Lille. Many deaths have been occasioned by the packages exploding. Ayoub Khan has issued a proclamation, in which/he declares that he will not flout against the Ameer, Abdul Bahman, but invites recruits from the Afghans fora jehad, or holy war, against the British. At a riot in the county of Limerick, Ireland yesterday the police fired, seriously wounding 15 perecpB.

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MISCELLANEOUS. KIAMA COURT OF BEQUESTS. AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

MISCELLANEOUS. KIAMA COUBT OF BEQUESTS. ? . August 80. Before Messrs. Conuell, James Colley, Harper, and Conway. JOHN O'KEEFE V. JAMES KING. Board, £3 15s. This case had been postponed from the July sitting in order that defendant might be enabled to procure evidence. He had failed to do so ; and stated that although there were witnesses enough who could give evidence, if they would, as to the real cir cumstances of tljo case, they were all rela tions or connections of Jthe plaintiff, aud could not be depended upon for evidence which might tell against him. The plaintiff's statement was that he had boarded defendant at the rate of 16s per week together with a number of other men who were employed on the Government Waterworks near Appin ; aud the amount now claimed, being charges for five weeks remained unpaid. The Court gave a verdict for plaintiff with costs. J. O'KEFFE V. T. M'AULnTE. Board, £4 10s. This case was precisely similar in its'gir cumstances to the 'proceeding one. V Th...

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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. THE WICKED WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. THE WICKED WORLD. (fly ASMODEUS.) An addition is to be made to the ranks of the episcopal dignitaries of New .South Wales. The diocese of Croulburn is to be divided, and a new bishopric formed pf the western portion. The proximate cause of the sub-division is Mr. John Campbell's gift of £10,000 to the endowment of the new episcopate. Certainly Eiverina requires additional spiritual attention, for the pas toral districts on the borders of civilization form the Alsatia of Australia. There is one fact in connection with this new bishopric that deserves notice, viz., that the Church of England clergymen within its bounds are miserably remunerated and much over worked. Mr. Campbell's endowment was given, as was stated, for ' the glory of God.' The question is whether the donor's object could not be better advanced by pro viding for decent stipends for the clergy than by adding another member to the spiritual aristocracy. There are now five bishops in New South Wal...

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CAMPBELLTOWN PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

OAHBEBXLTO'WN HtOGRESS COMMITTEE1 iff '? ' ? TnE^sual -weekly meeting of the Oamp belltown. Progress Committee was held on the evening of Thursday, September 2. Present — Mr. Bull. -in the pbair), and Messrs. Airey, Webb, Fiulay Knigbt, Chippindall, Brown, M' Sullen,, Campion, Gee, Clovke, Lusted, and Booking. The minutes of the previous meeting were real and confirmed. Ia reply to Mr. Airey the chairman said that no communication hod been ??received from the Government with reference to the widening of Eail way-street. The chairman read a copy of the letter he had forwarded to the Commissioner; for Railways with reference to the running of a Sunday train between Campbolltowu and Sydney, and it was unanimously approved of. Tho chairman aho read the following letters he had received since tho last meet Deirarttnisut of Public Works, lloads under Trustees, Sydney, August 22nd, 1881. Hm, — In reply to your letter oi the 29th ultimo, respecting rqmirs required to the culverts ou the roa...

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SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE. The Anuual Meeting of the Victoria Plulo ' sophical Institute of Great Jiritain took place at the House of the Society of Arts, London, on the 80th of Jnne, tho Right Hon. the Earl of Shaftesbury, E.G., in the chair. The meetiug was very fully attended. l-rior to iue delivery of the address, ' Oa the Credibility of.the Supernatural,' by the Bight Hon. the Lord O'Neil, honorary secretary, Captain F. Petrie, read the report, from which it appeared that the total num ber of mombcra was now upwards of !)00, a greater number than usual, especially of colonial supporters, having joined in the past yenr, daring which papers aud short communications written in furtherance of the Society's objects, — namely, the investi gation of philosophical and scientific ques tions, especially those said to militate against the truth of Revelation, — had been contributed by several leading men of ssience, including his Grace tho duke of Argyll, K.G., F.E.S., Sir J. Fftyrer, F.K.S.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

THE OAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday, September 7, 1881.

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MISCELLANEOUS. TO FATTEN AN OLD MILCH COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

M I S 0 E L L A N E O U S. ? :o: ? TO FATTEN AN OLD MILCH COW. This is generally a slow and expensive pro cess. A writer in (lie National Live Stock Journal, who has made good beef of cows at sixteen and niiietcou years of age, causing them! to weigh 100 to 250 pounds more than at any period during their younger life, tbas describes his process, which he has, without exception, found satisfactory, tho animal always a little more than pay ing at the pail for all feed consumed, and, ' sometimes a good deal more ' — ' If the cow is quite (ii in and skinny, as sho is very likely to be, she should not be piled strongly with corumeal on the start. This is apt to laalce ber feverish, and to induce a state opposed to thrifty fattening ; besides this feverish state will render her milli gargety. Give her slightly loosening aud cooling food at first, such as pumpkins, potatoes, sweet apples, succulent roweu grass, one or two pounds of oil meal, cheap tnolasseB, and clover hay, or, beLtor, gre...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Held over— leader and other articles. J. C. Williamson lias leased the Theatre Royal, Melbourne. Counterfeit coin is in circulation in Parramatta. The Wagga Wagga Advertiser says that the Murrumbidgee railway bridge is insecure. A monument is to be erected by public subscription to the memory of the late Major Black, of Kiama. Two stowaways were each fined £10 for free selecting a passage from New Zealand to Sydney, in the steamer Albion. The Registrar General says that the compilation of the census returns trill not J»^effipJ?tfdfor twelve months. wwusinB Bill, are beiug sent into the Legislative Assembly by the mile. The Victorian Minister of Railways offers a prize of £100 for the best design of passenger carriages. The Victorian authorities give the crews of ships from China the option of being vaccinated or quarantined. It is estimated that nine of the Chines mines have since their opening yielded £ 4.112,575 prth of gold. Av agitation is on foot in Bive...

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SELECT POETRY. MEN AND SPIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 7 September 1881

^?ipE^t kw¥ij^$ t^^-: ' ?% ssmMfi Imd&bs. ?--- How mafiy tiny ctmlurce thomiiay j-iold ft thought) their petty lives Ihrough that rude shock I *o jaoB jebble, 'tjs to theiftiiKak^ :?-? ??-.'? Gigantio, omel, and fraoghl ivitli sudden death. Pedmps ij^orushediui ijit, {perhaps ita breath .., .... &one;.totejtown a ivliitc anil RHttcriBg palase, ? ~Afid ^e Bu^rs^aer^arikniibc'jnftOlta ^lislioa * ^^ Who wrought Hte*r8sfc-WartoCluB»rei*y«rtJ, . '= ?' Wro knows what day a fiaunterer, light of heart, An iate wanderer through thetfeW of apace, Large-limbaS, big-brained, lowborn our puny x&ce Seems stn»U at irjBeotm one wlwse footstep jam . OnBO»o vart continent idtinded by stars, — Who knows when lie, just lealiing o'er the bars, May fling a stone and crush ourenrthto bits, Ani all that men ^avobuUded with their wits? Ah, what ft Iobb! you say; our bodies go, Bui not out tommies, statue*, and the glow Of glorious canvases ; nn.i not the pages Our jwefs'luive'aimneS ...

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