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

THE CAMPBElIiTtrWN HE BALD, Cunden, Uvarpod, Appin, Picton, aud Menangle MW estttliltiilirf on tbe ; 14lli February, 1880, n-« weekly nowspaper. From tbe 14th August follow ing, having teen only ids months iu existence, tlte general! snpporiit received enabled tbe IVaprictor to print ana publish tlic Cmapbtlltmcn Herald .'.' / ^ rwjgE * webk,' ' '„ ....'?''. «t one fourth only of additional -soflts to 'advertisers, Tbe circulation is large, And increasing every tveck. Tbe Herald is published every 'WEDNESDAY 4 SATURDAY MORNING, ? tk first edition being Btruok off on - TOESDAT * FRIDAY EVENING, to catch the mails : so that distant subscribers inay bs pieced on an equal footiqg, toe local and goiMrnl news, with those who reside in Catuplxlltcurn nuil immediate vicinity. BCTwenirnoNB:— One Pound (£1) s y ear ; or 6s per quarter of three months, payable in advance. I! boolied, £1 2s. per year, nr 5b. 6d. per quarter. The Quarters end on the 14th August, Jith November, 11th February, and...

Publication Title: Campbelltown Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

. TBS CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD, Published every Wednesday and Saturday. Wedxebdai-, Pkbiwarv 10, 1881,

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SOUTH CREEK. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

SOUTH' CilEEK. Monday. A rather serious accident Imppsoc.d licre on 6»Ji:rday ereninj! toa,mu namjl Stukiibiry: It wa-)x;4usel'by hia' horse failing on him. Dr. Bond is in attendance.

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GOULBURN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

GOULBUBS. Monday. . . A mee'mg of the Borrima Coil and Haihvay Com pany waa hell this cvenin',-.when Mcssm. J. J. O. Atkinson. W. U^vtes, R. N. Mitthews, W. M'Court. P. G. Myers, an] W. J. Wilsiiire were dected directors, anl a satisfactory 'report and balance sheet adopted.

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NEW RAILWAY TIME TABLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

NEW SAItwit.iaiE TABLE. to The EDirba-ir »be tiiiPBEjlTows asttuA. Btn— Kclyinjj on Mr.KHd'* letter in your issue of thi I2thinsfiBitjttat: the %80 Mn. train would take and (ioi^ldv^i passengers at Cairiptwllt^wn, several person* 'ln*-!i-J«,. tp »vnil them«!lre9 pi that very convenient train t'^ybu can imigine their disapp'oint jnent, when, ^formed 'Vy 'the;*tatfptt*i^Bto1at EoStem. Ihnt no taotice hrt 1 been received bv hiih ot jroy olteratfon, t»d lie therefore '«Mil3 not allow .'them to go by that train. Oh lion lay t was Informed at the enquiry office, an 1 also at tho lie Ifera fisilwsy Station, that passengers to CatnplwUtoivn ? eoull not be taken uuler the present regulations cipher by the .8.10 a.m. or 7.30 p.m. trains. This is mating very little of our member, Mr. Kill, or there - jnust be culpable negligence that ought not to be lightly passed over. - .. - . I am, Sir, ITonrn, &c, : ^ ? * ? ..''? TBAVELLEB.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

* ?'? *-J09RRESPqNDENC?: (Wsiut we shall begin 3 to publish lBtt«rs, it raust '%e unJcrstoodthatit does noHolioiv we endorse . tlie opinions of our correspondcute.]

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WILCANNIA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

XVILfcANNIA.. Mon?oy. Twentytfire rnuier?' rights were issued thie after noon. '' . ' .. Hews h.as been receive I of fresh finis, but not anthentic.ved. Two coachesliaveleft Wilcannia for Mount Brown, we)l filled j news from the Grey Eatiges, of a reliable character, is. expected to-morrow or the day after. Tlje river is ten feet above summer level, and navi Eftjigrrlias been opened.

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PICTON C.C. VERSUS BARGO C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

PICTOX C.C. VERSUS BABCJO C.C. A C3i:ket mitch was playe I at Picton on Sat'irday last be;weea t'i» 1st eleven of Bargo an 1 2n I eleven ot Picton, which resulted in an easy win for the .latter, through the K-JOl bowling of Messrs. H. M'lnncs and W, Woo IwarJ, the latter doing the hat I rick — three wickels for thr« balls. Barjjo frot in their 1st innings 23. against Picion's 51 ; JJargo 2n 1 innings, 13. Tiie scores are aa follows :— p.viiGO— 1st i ;M.vr.s. T. Johnson,' I) Woo lwar.1 ? 1 11. Carter, c Jas. Gillard, b M'lunes . . 4 W. Capon, b M-Innes ? 1 .T. Ashcroft. h.o.w., b Woo Iwar 1 . . 0 T. Aihcroft, li WoolwarJ ? 1 J. Ditrish, 1) Woo livard ? 0 D. Ue.il, bM-Iniifis ? 6 . Kenith, canl b Woolwirl .. .. 0 H. Blatch, c Jas. Gillard, b Woolward 0 T. V,irly,b\Voohvard ? 0 11. Blatch, not out ? 1 Sundries . . 9 ricTON — 1st insixos. A. Spring, b Ashcroft ? 4 J. Cracknel!, c Keaith, b Capon . . 2 E. Webster, b Capon ? D J. Heaves, b Ashcroft ? 1 A. Still, b Ashcroft ? 0 H. M'Innes,...

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THE IRISH COERCION BILL. London, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

THE ffilSHCOEBCION BILL. London. Feh. IT. , The Gpjrcrnment has finally rie'crmined that th° JrishCoerion Bill now bemg pissel thm-i-('i Pirlia'; incnt shall have a retr impact ive effect ur-oa.pcr;ons' who since the let.' of October last htivi- committed offences wi'h respect, to .which the bill has heca frame Can 1 that they shall be liable to the penalties providiitt'in the measure..

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IRISH MASS MEETING IN LONDON. London, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

IBISH MASS .MEEIEJfl IN LONDON. London. Feh. 14. . A meeting, at which many thousands of IriiVm'!! Bnd jthejr sympathiser* were prewnt, was held i i . &rd« Park yostoHay afternoon, tor the purpiso of danbuneini; . the Irish Coercion Bill now IHore , Parliament, and calU'ng.iip'on the Goran-m-nt forth with to reform the Ifinl) land lawn. Various resolu tions were passed, an d. finally copies of the Coorcbn -Bill werepublicly burned by the meeting.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

To-DAV.we enter upon bur second year. We were nevor a very 'weakly child, because we had tlie experience aud the credit to ftu-nisb a good paper ; and we cau now boast of being able to do » little moro than toddle, or i-eqairiug assistance to enable us to ruu. Our paper lias been a big success, and iu twelve months we have Achieved a position, in a pecuniary sense, that few proprietors of provincial papers bare been fortunate enough to secure. * We have a good circulation, iind advertisers have not been sl-jw in show ing their appreciation of the excellence of our paper as an advertising medium ; while the quantity of job printing executed lias been at least gratifying to us. Whether we have been desorviug of such consideration, we leave our constituents to decide. We know that we hav« striven to merit approval, and to -do justice to all. We have also the satisfaction of knowing that no person has been intentionally injured by us ; neither have we allswcd the paper to be the friend ...

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RUMOUR OF AN ATTEMPT TO DESTROY WINDSOR CASTLE. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

EUUOUB OF AK ATTEMPT TO DESTnOY WDJDSOB CASTLE. London. Feh. 12. The Jiailj) Kews of to-diy gives pnblicity to a rumour which is current, to the effect that the Government has receive) information fiat there was a plot to destroy Windsor Castle by means of dynamite. Although the rumour in question has not been officially confirmed, the Daily 'News asserts that inconseqwiceof it her Majesty had deterred her return, to Windsor.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL HEW'ti.' We have receive! (or publication a leticr signed by. a person who gives bin address as Main-street, Campbelltown. We have mud: cnqinii.B, anl as no person appears to know the name, we cannot puUish the letter. A license whs cranted by tho Caimnelltwn Bench on Saturday, to P. M'Snllea, of Appin. to run a coach between Appiu, Wollonftong. m.d Kiuina. The application was main by Mr. Ball. Messrs. Kill tn\ BoAing, Jb.V. wore on tho Bench. It is ru'iioure 1 in 8y.!n?y tbas a nioivmnl is on loot to collect funds with a view to iwccr.a uijq the whereabouts of ibi1 Jong-missing man Sliiithorro. It is evident that it will take an expedition to tin 1 him— or, at laui, the relics. Batbeb a lively 'remark was made at tlic District Court last Friday. ? A witness wislrng to describe a boundary line (which was made by means of remov ing somp of the 'bark off t'ie trecii) as l»in easi'y teen, in: i ihit a bliadou x with otic eye, could easily perceive sea it. Tbs railway ...

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MARRIAGE OF BARONESS COUTTS. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

MABBUGE OFBiBONESS COUTTS. London. Feh. 12. The Baroness Burdett-Coutts was to-dny ma'Tled to Mr. Ellis Aehmead Bartlett, member for Ely.

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DEPUTATION. CAMPBELLTOWN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

DEPUTATION. £ : * CfUPBELWOWN PQST OWICE. Intbodoocd by C. Bull, Esq., a Jeputad'on waited! on John Kidd, Esq., J.P., M.L.A., at the court-house,^ Campbelltotrii,on Saturday last, with referease tp tbe CfimpbelliOivn I'oat Office. It consisted ol C. Bull, Esq., Messrs. Hocking, J.i'.,Airey, Webb, a.nl Knight. Mr. Bull, in iutrolucing the, deputation ^aidthit they had waited upon him with reiorence to thedirpte, in ionneetioa with the Post OUice, to glean iufonna tion as to what the Government were doing, .or what they intcniei to do in theiuatler of the 1'ostO Jlco. It wag f dtbourci that alterations were about to be made with the present buiiluig.and their object was to move in the matter so that a giiint would be forthcoming with which, to construct an eJifiee jnorc worthy ot the place. He apologise! to Sir. Kidi for not having written to him, but ho understood that he (Mr. Kidd) woull be in town. Mr. Kill Haiti that he hal seen Mr. Lambton, who thought the vote v,-aB still on the...

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PARNELL'S ABSENCE FROM LONDON. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

?PXDiSEhTj'B ABSEKCE FnOM LONDON. London. Feb.. 13. ? Mr.ParneU hasriot attended any of fa? sittings of Parliament during the pist week ; nn \, although bis movements are not generally kuown, he is believed to be in Paris at present.

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NEW SHEFFIELD (MITTAGONG) C.C, V. BOWRAL C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

KEW SHEFFIELD (MITTAGONG) C.C., V. BOWItAi, C.C. Tits thirl cntch between the nbove-namel clubs took place at Mittagrmg, on Saturday, tho 12th mst:mt, an 1 as usual resulted in an c isy victory for the N.S.C.O., iu one innings anl live ruas to spare. The boiling and batting of the N.S. learn was h'rst ulass. For the Bon'ral team, the bowling of A. Ellsmoro was very gool, wuile Messrs. Bonnett, CJrorcs, and CaujptelJ, Ijalted well. Appended are the scores : — bowkal rnsi isninos. C. Bennett, b Linns len . . . . 3 W. Bennett, b Napier . . . . 2 T. Graham, b Lumslcn .. .. 2 3. Camplwll, b Napier . . . . 2 W. trroves, b Lumsden . . . . 0 F. Groves, b Lumslun . . . . 3 A. KHiMnore, not out ? 1 C. Willis, b Jiiipier ? 3 A. MOrrtlnm, liWnpic _ ^, .0 ' C. Wain, c P. Canty, b Xapier .. 0 '' \V. SeweU.bT.Cauty .. .. 1 Sundries .. 3 Total -23 secost) isstxss. C. Bennett, b ti«m=den . . . . 9 \V. Bennett, o H. Cail Is, b Luinsden 15 T. Graham, b T. Canty . . . . 0 I. Campbell, nor oui .. .. 13 ...

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TEMORA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

TEMOB,'. Monday. TJie Bishop o!:G~-nloarn left Temora th'smorn^n7 for CombaninganiCpotamunlra. The Bi^hopheH eeraces jvq^riav in ihs theatre, nnl there were erowilei con^rega ions. At a public raeetin', a committe9wasforni'2l,anl£109 toivarh tliee-eitiou of a church was collecte 1. The Bishop g ivo £39.

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TEMORA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

TEMORA. Saturday. Me^^rs. Head and Al iri Ige have lodged some gran. 1 Bpeeimfens to-day in the Bank; They washe I a 'dish of rubble, whish went 17 dwis. The Golden Girter washing is expe t ;1 to go 4 oz. to the load. Nugent and Alams got a specimen o[ quart1' inn stsne and gold, yielding 14'oz. 2 dwts. Sevcolreefa lave been discovered in the alluvial claims on the lower loils. Owrierso'f snire groun ' htely wis'ic 1 aear Nugcnt's, Retting giol anggsir, tha la-^rs beihs 18 O7. Four buckets yieliel 1 o/. 1 dwt. 9 grs Oldficld an! party are p-n.ihg fr-m. 1 to 3 -Iww. \y-t bucket. Kejei and party got 4 dwts. fro-n on:i bucket. Fo5terJindp3ii,yi{ot23oJ'-i!inusgels. I:i their new claim behiii d.'Boskins-strect they bottome 1 on 2 dvrts- 8 grs. of jpparee col d. flol kn Bar q jl a |^-*i«^L:;PttaScre*'xLiiji wusajj 5J loiJP. averaging 7 J awte.Mr,3u» i. .?.._..-.. At &h influential ineeting jot CUutcii of En-fiintl people last nigli't in the court-house, n CDai'.n t ee and.paroshia...

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CAMPBELLTOWN DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

. ? CAMPBELLTOWN DIBTMCT CODB.T. , Fniiiw, FEDnnAttt 11th, 1681. Before Hie Honor Judge Dowhng. Hurley v. Rison. Rent forland, £15. Mr;;Bulltor plaintiff. _ii)rfenlant acknowledged the debt, but objected to pay the full amount 'as some fencing should Have Been joepaitej. ' .?' :- Hit Manor gave a verdict for-the full amount, Sftying-the matter of the repairs to the fences woula form (mother action. D. Fowler v: Frost. £1 18s 01, for meat supplied. Verdict for amount with costs. Same v. Bharp. £3 7-s 101, for meat supplied. Verliet for amount with costs. Same v. Batman. £'J for moat supplied The defeuUnt was insolvent, ani therefore the action was VoH. Coul v. O'Brien. £10 for goods soli and delivered. The defendant in this case asknowlelgcd the debt, but owing to having a family of sixteen children, inskei for xime to pay the debt. ! His Honor male an order for £1 per month. ' Goode v. Taylor. £1 for medical attendance. ? ' Mr. Bull for the plaintiff. Verdict for amount with costs. ...

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