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JIBBING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

JIBBING HOESES. Ai/rnonon the proceedings in connection with the opening, of the railway to Dubbo went off on the whole with the greatest eclet, there was one small contnlmfs at the commencement that caused a little amusement. The first thing on the programme was a prooewion through the principal streets of the town. A detachment of the mounted police, under Air. Superintendent Lydiord and Mr. sub-inspector Grainirer. went first, followed bv a band : then i-juiw a carriage containing the Ministers, the Mayor, Sir Patrick JpnniupB, and the hon. secretary to tbe moveniont (Mr. Morgan) ; then followed the Friendly Societies, iFire Brigade, Ac, all marshalled by Mr. De Couicy Browne. Everything was excellently arranged, but, unfortunately, the handsome pair of grey horses tli&t drew the Ministerial carriage had not been trained to stand fire, at all events they did not appreciate music, for directly the band struck up the stegjs'began to kick out, and one of the traces was snush...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPERLLTOWN HERALD. "Speak of a man as you find him." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

l *0 TH1 BDITOB Or *H«' OUMtttMOWK IIERiliOi ,'Bpeftk*)fainali'M*siilflii.dlilto.11 ; . : ?: - ? ;. ypnr^^^^^r^MatiWJownaa ft flunk; fhtoft thoViBuU »*iy of putting it) is Simply. to try. and induce people -mo are' anxious to improVe'ttio, state «rflthb:t4Wii:t6:do: .fed in a-dalm-anadigmiied manner, without yersonalitiw, I may state that I ^j^ftS TeTJ JPUCh ^USKUBted ~&t fyn^ing ,4 Aljuib On .the' * vvjbtair'lftistit&tiAt'pi&l' iQ'Jflftdoh^ft' p&rtiiui individual' ' tbctBln desigtiiS iib j.l-e Arch-fien4, ippenrB to' be the Wt- noi'r of te Committee. T5bw,,e,s many of your readers arejwrbaps urnptantol who this Arck . fiend ii, I Will erdighlenijiem. InBteil.of being a ?fiemon or goblin with olubbbS feet and a trident, he is tather an agreeable looking mortal, who, if - anyone is flick, (beio rich or poor, friend br foe), i« always at their service, at any hour, day or night ' — thus then is the arch-fiend. It has always been heldby most people that ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

CQBBESPONDENCE. V - - -: ? ' - ?? — *?:--: ? - --. ? i | ? TWmiB we shall 1» glad to jmbliia letters, ft tttuet ? bJftffl&ergtODdthat it does not fol]b'tf wo chdorse ? ; the--puucn»o£,«urcoiTeBpoudeat8.3 . /

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MISCELLANEOUS. A CRUEL WRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

M I 6 CELL A NE OU-8. J A CRUEL WEETOH,, Ok Saturday afternoon f the Argiu reports), from information received, 'coflstabie T. -Goodwin, of Oarlton, proceeded to » girocery shop kept.by a taon aamel Edwin Oliver, in BaUidowne-stroet, Carlton, to make inquiries as to the alleged ill-treatment by Mrs. Oliver of one of her stepoliildieu.aboy about Uvroe years of age. It appears that for some considerable time the neighboui's have suspected that Oliver's chilli*n, of whom there. fire two,- were not being pro perly treated; but no certain evidence of tbe fact was afforded until Saturday lent. On that date Mrs. Barrage, whose bedroom window is adjacent to Oliver's back yard, heard the stifled sobs and feeble civ of a cbild. She ran to Oliver's back fence, when she witnessed a most shocking scene. Mrs. Oliver had seized one of her etepohildren, a little boy of about three years of age, and laid him in tho gutter under a water-tap. The child was half stupified by his head having come in con...

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INCORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

JKCOEPOBA.TI0N. . SO MB EDrrOB OF THE CIMPDELLTOWW BEBALD. Sir, — I was very much pleased with a letter signed ?'Common Sense/'/which' appeared in your issue of last Saturday.' 1 can't understand why the Csmpbelltown Progress Committee refused to 'coalesce with the opposition, aatbere was no fear of treachery, inasmuch as -Messrs. Fieldhouse and fowler acted in so' open and gentlemanly a manner, ss to preclude any one from doubting their sincerity. Moreover, as one of the Committee, I can safely assert that nearly every one of its members are in favour ot the large area ; yet I cannot possibly, comprehend why the small area is still retained. ' How is the timfcHo free themselves from false impressions;. now is the time to show that they have the'.best, welfare of.Campbelltown at heart; ' - now is the time for the farmers and tenants, who will have nil to' bear, to say the rich men outside the proposed area shall help as pay the taxes. As a Committee man at tho meeting on Thursday ne...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

OUB SYDNEY LETTEB. (FROM OUB COltBESPONDENT.) Nkiety-thbee yearB old and still so young and fair. Our colony smiled her sweetest smiles aud displayed her most enchanting graces in acknowledgment of the honours paid her natal day. Her climate's perfec tions were on this occasion admirably adapted to show off tbe beauty that she boasts of by laud and sea. The countless wouir.: of lovnliness so accessible to all holi diiy '??-_.i-l;- vcr.-.. f.' ° 7 resorted to by steain eto. .iiv-.s. .. . ,t :, -,;.?? oty of vehicles ic -riveyn.! ir.;!Sj .,; ...r jWiifLt to quiet, I1''1''' ''i ? ; -v-rr. .-ho Jioura were j Jja-SCj -U -??. ???--.]? -:.^ .jys. K..: dlJ.l ilie- ..ijv -.. ??;. ?«;; -:? uvs*11'4W'n8 d.' i..'.,..ti.ii- bvili-itsK ;',!i-: '.. -., ; ,' t'.-r ^'0 -.aA )?.'?', tiie* 2--iln,(W^S ..-??; J-'i'' * '~;' — «M»»!*'--i| '-: ' ~~ etniult k«j ''!!):i!,','. ? _'-!?; -r ;',i ooili-jimji.f- at.^ stfiiiiat-i- r'JU !.i'.rbocr ^vav ui-loeil a-ftiw sr.ene, fiir i-urpaswr.^ uiy p; ?iljccd by tii...

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"BE INCORPORATION." [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

'BE INCORPORATION.' 10 THE KOTOS OF THE C4KPEBLLT0WN DEIIALD. .6m,— I was rather amuBed in reading a letter signed ' Common Sense,' referring to some gentle men whom he said the Committe; were afraid of, . becauseiftiaeyextendedtheboaixaaneaoftheintendcdi Municipality they would derive opposition Irom' them. Wei, Sir, if this is the isort of Committee we . havej-the sooner they arouse Iheir energies the better. . -? Thequestion is: Bhonldthe boundary beextended ? Not whether two or three tabernacles of day should .govern the whole of CampbelWowh. . My opinion ib that tb.eboandary8b.ould beextended -on account; of the very able, reasons stated by ' ' Common Sense.'1 Why should pot the additional - - area be tnoJaioS in the boundaries now, because if it ' '-?» ^^o^:o11K®K!?S*'Jhe-S!ffi? JteM^pSoflSJ? that there Tsfll'be far greater opposition in attempl ' ' ing to -include the oilier area, after, as people will not be such fools as to sign a petition to bring s ' email area of land ad...

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AGRICULTURAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

1gbioOT(Tueal BBiviffims. iNftmerica the tide of {pshion |b setting In stt-ongly in favour of tbe Hereford ; in Briton theaame may be saiAof black polled AbeAeen. ' 'It flpst: £10,000 *o harvest Captain Boy tt'e crops in Ireland. '?'%. M^Stlariaibrd^in the West pftEng lund ias been obliged to spend f 10,000 iu flSle io '?work' four large farms which li-vv- seenon bis hand for months. : ?/A -les in England are Sd. to 6d. perib,, whil in the United States Si. per bushel is allt j growers get. Tlolve thousand tons of guano have left Penjor Europe, consigned to the Chilian Milliter in Paris on account of the bond b.old|s. O|a Sootcliisrni, 3ast year, one bushel of wbejpor acre was drilled' in. The yield wae 15 bushels per acre over the whole field. Thetuse of this heavy return was, steam cultation to a depth of 18in., and using as seedHoUett's pedigree wheat. T)l Gardener's Chromch of 27th Novem ber & a drawing of a Kahl-rabi, sprouting out Mm which are no less than eighteen sma...

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HE COULDN'T HELP IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

HE COULDN'T HELP IT. There was another case yesterday of a boy who couldn't help it. A prominent aud dignified citizen was looking through the third story window of a block on Jefferson avenue, which he had thoughts of renting, when the idea suddenly struck him to look into the alley in the rear. He raised the sash of a window and peered out upon ash boxes, ooal-scuttlors and barrels of straw without number, and was about to close his observations when the sash came down with a thud and struck him behind his shoulders. In his fright he fell to the knees, and while tbe solid half of his body was all right, the lighter was over the window-sill. In addi ) .-? ..-.'iV'- ??.'?'. ' -Z .V.OmT^'.1/- ^l'.1 !-*=-..).? -r-. :?'? ,., iif, , , ...:-. ;t ,-,..o:V:.--.-.rlr.v.-l W\- .,..? .m-oiiiiiii-ru oi'.i:.. ?; i !:?.!. j;t -:»-:, r. i,c ; '..ivv i-i'Y. Vi,' cu'iK not «o-'-- .t- ]\ iron. ;' I:1/.' V : ???}-!? -vas Jii.'Mei?; (!:??? . r--, \y-\i ?'.-? ' ho looked down into the alley' a boy came...

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SELECT POETRY. LOVE TO THE CREATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

ii]ilMM-h EQ?j FQBT St, - \' :^-l'. JjOVEW THE CREATOR. - , ? fBrMiMUit.SipoBtof tteWpontu^r.) * ViTjote'pBlloe i«Th« 'nut Infinity; ' : : lime, tipaoc, height, «iJ depth, oh, God 1 Me full oj :' - . An3mn^eaM»p1»tremMe.»na»dmii*,: ? t Xiovc TIiw.l-,hut Thou »it oiit With Venacful fire. ?- And mountains qtfsfce,»na banded nstiooB floo ;. Aid-terror fos-'°fo« wiAe unUthom'd m, , ?Whoa tltt heavens ?pck -with thy tremwiloas tic : Ohthoni-toovtstfoir.tbonghttooojBprehenaY That wBBteivtinift— fiuJt be when time i» o'er i '. Ages ind worlds begin— grow old— »nd end— Systems and suns TUy changeless tiironc before, Commence and dose their oyclos ;— lost, I bent ? To earth |ay prostrate soul, and shudder and adore t ; ' ' . n. ' . . ?? Lore Theo ! — oh, dad in human lowliness — -. ; In whom each bsart its mortal kindred knows— ' Oar flesh, our form, our tears, oar pains, our woes; A fellow-wanderer o'er earth's wilderness 1 Lovo Thee !— whoaeovory word but breathes to blew ! Through Thee, f...

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[?] CONTRIBUTIONS. SHAVING IN CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

TTITJbiN.U; CONTRIBUTIONS. SHAVING IN CAMPBELLTOWN. fBY v- «-J There are n fevr ' young shavers,' even in CiinipbelKovru, wlio will persist in taking a delight in having their smooth fases gone over witti a piece of steel. You can always . tell bj tha look of a boy if he is going to pet shared. Ho loolis' so lnysteriously bimnln aud cautious until he (ippioicUes the bnrtjor's door, aud having' ascertained that there is no ' next,'1 lie rushes in as if he were going to tell of a terrible railway accident that had just occurred in an adjoining street. And then how uucom fox-tablo that boy is during tho operation. He is afraid that ' pa' might, by accident, drop in ; or perhaps, as bad, 6omo one who will not forget to remind him of (he bnsi ' ness every time they are in company. The writer remembers when he wns « j'outh — and instead of shaving, like ordinary people, to get rid of a beard, he was shaving to get a beard— he entered the shop of a bachelor barber. Wo gave the 6ame old loo...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

TO TBS GDFTOB OF 1US CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD* gin, ? I notice in your issue of Saturday an article signeS ' Whip.' As I am not a member of the Progress Committee, I am not in a position to discuss what purports to be the report of a meeting. But I do know that I never aaw reported a foe timiU of what ' Whip ' gives as a report. If the article was written by a member of the Committee, then 4iint mamW nine*. K* fi onpfLir ? hut if the article was written by .a non-member, the person who sop plied the information is a vile snake, unworthy ot respect, and if found out should be kicked not only out of office, but should get such a slating as would prevent him ever again being admitted into the society ot respectable men. 'Whip' saya: 'I fear new blood will but mar your beauty.' Well, all I have to Bay is that it would be eaay for tbe new blood to do more than the old blood has done ; for it appears to me the Utter have never done any thing at all. There are people in Campbelltown 'wfao.Wn; b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wmra wo shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood tlitvt it does sot follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF IUE CASITBELLTOWN HXIUIiC. Sin. — Can vou inform me if it is truo that Mr. Lackey, M.L.A., soil a largo quantity of land on the line ol the Prospect route of the waterworks, condi tionally that if tho Kenny Hill Scheme was decided upon that ho (Mr. Lackey) would return the money ? And whether it is not a fact that the carrying out of Mr. Gipps' proposal would prove a great pecuniary loss Yours, 4o., A BELIEVER IN KENNY HILL SCHEME. [We know nothing about the matter, but should think that a minister of the Crown was above such a piece ot business. — Ed. C. H.]

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PENRITH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

PENRITH. Monday. A fatal accident occurred on the Mulgoa Road last Saturday night, to a man named John Fowler, farmer and postmaster at Mulgoa, who, while returning home from Penrith after voting at the municipal election, was thrown from his horse. He was taken up in an unconscious state, and died twelve hours afterwards. The deceased leaves a   widow and eleven children. At the close of the official declaration of the poll for the municipality to-dav a subscription was started for the widow.

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FORBES. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 9 February 1881

FORBES. Monday. A nugget, weighing 12 oz., of pure gold was got by a digger named Raynor, on Saturday ; it was found in a smail hole 18 inches below the surface, at the head of Thompson's Lead, near some old workings. The nugget was nearly falling into the shaft when Rayner in looking up saw it.

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SELECT POETRY. THE SEASONS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

?-''?^ll^E^lr^Hp^E WjSv -'v '? - '?*.is.'.-ijSsAiBisoLi. ??-???;??! ?'?? ..? finK«tooai«As*e5S*jlli&tciiriymoni, :- AU4mBfH»irroTiaHitiolIeBcorn; , : . An orange wreath on ton- lieoi riio woi*, A pak'Viifterose in her %6^«b? l)ore ; Hei- laugh was my, lierp%wWliglit, i Au4 child Uiouijn she was, Wnfiopnts bright ^Thcro to no l|»sott focijufti spring.' -? .'.; '. « ? : ,8nuvu;n. . ;.;.. ? , ??. . '? . lit ilje festive hall, where loams xlionp bright, Sha stood the Queen on that nicny night ; A snumier wroatli in her KbMeH hair, Htr;mry RTtice anil her fogrt In ir, Thfljii-ba^iitifaiiost, amidst Uiem nil, And the gayest laugh in that bright lialL For shortlived summer that face was made. But the Siiumer'ti roses always fade. , ? Actcun, A faded {ace, and a faded flower, Ma more will bloom in the liall or bower ; Homore that iauali is jbcit.v oikI gay, Por evening clouilfl the -Hummer day. That haughty smile and that royal air Hiitc given their place to dark despair. The Atitur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

WANTED, a in in, to tn'lk anj make h:m«elf generally useful. Apply to J. T: GOHU'3, Esiiaol Park. WANTSD, Branly aal Wai? B.oitles, in any quan.ity.at Clpei dceaV5 liraniy uascs Is each. W. A. FO.WLafl, A^ent, CaaipbcUt jwii. WANTED, a Foawle General Servant, to pro ceel nS 01 :c to Mouavo. Apply not la'.cr thiu 1 o'oliik, p.m., on Tliurs lay, 17tli instant, to MtSS HUaiiEY, Alpha Hjusu, CinabeUtown. Uth Feb., 1831. LOST, a clie^'ie tor £'-, drawn by th3 unler sigusl. Payment Btopiml. C. E. MATTHEWS. FOR SALE — Horse, good an I tractable, fit for en I lie, single or double harness. Apply Cum berland Hotel. ri O B SALE, A BAEGAIK. Lease, License and Gool-willofa well-conneotc 1 an 1 ol I establiBhe I house in a se i-port town on the S mill Co%tt. S'.vaa ycirs' lease can be given. Re:it mo lerate. *Ta3 above is a snleii lid opp irtuni'.y. For particulars, apply, to W. WiJJj, o-Bje of this paper. IJ1OH SALE, or exchanji for a demy or double ? deuiy press : a double- lemy m ichine, in g...

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COMMERCIAL. WILLIAM INGLIS [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

CflMMgB:CIA L. WIL1UM rSOLTS BsronTfi havin^eoll during the week ending Feb. 11th, 18SL, at Hallway Auction Mart nnd'fito:k Sale Yoris, Stock anl I'roduce at the following quota tions :— Milch Cows, each, JE2 tof 10 7s«i: Calves, each, Gs to UUCI; Liuntw, each, 4«to9a*Gl; Figs, alive, eachi lls to £2 42s; Sucl-Grs. eich. 8s Cl to. JOs 01; Tur)[.eya,.iier^)air, fl» to-lOvi Geese, per pair, 5a to Gs; Duck^, per pair, 8s'CI to Es; Fowls, nerpiir, 2s to-is 51; Batter (roll) jwr lb.,#l to 161 ; Batter (keg) per lb., 31 to 9 1 ; lUcon, per lb,, 8 1 to 61 ; Cheese,.ii!tr)b.121to itiJS^s.fler doion|17H to 201: Hi len, :pcr lb., S.H to 3|d -, filieepilcins. 3Jd to«i; Pelts, Id to 3d; TaUow, per cwt., 20s to 29s j Mai«c,Sa511» 39.61. . Also, at Dirling Harbour, 33 truoks ot Bay and Straw, OS under. JJO. OP ? BITE tuner. ' pun cwt. * e. a. 1770 Picton Oaten Hay . ..37 1111 Campbelltown Oaten Hay ..8 4 1417 Ditto ditto - ..37 *52 Ditto Wbeaten Straw ..2 0 ? ;2312 Picton Oaten' Hny .. ft 8 1263 ...

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THE LADIES' BEFORM LEAGUE. London, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

THE jLADIES' EEFOSa LEAGUE. London. Feb. 14. . The league that waR.receptly formed by a num. 1-er of , ladies in Dublin, with a view of nmiy jtn liflnenco to' have a re'ormatibn of the Iri^h Land laws, isnow. actively. engaged in agitation for tho Bttainment of that object. Numerous meetings have' been 'Heia and pamphlets and circulars in largo numbersjiave bees published and distributed lr/ tba loftgue to promote its objeot. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

TwrtsfisJKi'flTllSIT. AEntTEitCiSlrlJELMOKJ.-, MSwa. 11.18 a.m. $a6pii, 7.9 p.m. . liMjpM., / .'. i i : 1,15 aJn. . , BiTtropAiAovfwsiL.* ?-???'?:?- ' i * 4.BU * ?' ' 8.25 ft.m. 1,65 p.?n. - ', , B.iJp.m. . Tau.vs iai vs CistfM Ji«-w», . Aurora JT Sxpsxt. J.4«n. '..?'-; . 8.50 a.m. ?Sum. '»; : .^. '.,,..- . , ll.iOn.m. -0p.m.£^-i ,.; ; ?' EDO p.m. * \v AcDmoKiii ? ? r 7.18 pM-* ? - ? _;f 9.10 p.m. Traini leave sSyJney for Albury on Monday* WeJn'esUys ana Fridays at. 650 a.m., arriving in Campbdltown at 10 a.m., but' pick up passengers oaly. ? ??'. ?

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