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

Hoiloivai's Pn-ts — Nctvohb PebHitj-. — No part of the human machine requires more watdiing than the norvoos system — upon it bangs health and life itself. These Pills are the best regulators and Btrengtheuers of the nerves, aui the safest general purifiers. Nausea, lieadaclie, giddiness, numbness, and-,nientol apathy yield to them. They dispatch in a Buruninty manner those distressing' dyspeptic symptoms, stomachic pains, fulness at the pit of the capricious appetites andconfined bovrels^the coin-'1 rnonly accompanyinj signs 'of defective or deranj-ci nervous power. Hollowey's Piiis are particularly recommended to persons of studious and sedentary habits, n-Iio gradually mill; into a nervous anil dcbiliated state, unless eome such restorative be occasionally taken. ?VTOTJCEI NOTICE.!} S0TICE!!! MBS. CLillK Beiik to iuforui her friends nnd the inhabitants of Campbelltowu and Dishict, that she ia now selling off her Stock of Drapery, Millinery, JFancy Goods, &c, &c, a...

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

A rrjnuo school is glumly to he erestod at Fullo ton. which will occommo laic 230. O i tho twcnty.thinl of December, a polic-mu nsina 1 Plant miir 'ere 1 hi« v]!r- by ntiUin-; l,t-r lhw.1 , aul he afterwards hung himself. Driuk and jealous} ; the old story. - '

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VICTORIA VERSUS NEW SOUTH WALKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

VICTORIA' VERSUS NEW SOUTH WALES. The Melbourne Age of Monday, 7th instant, says: — True to their 'instincts aud their practices, tho Conservatives have fouud immense consolation for their drooping spirits in Sir Henry Parkcs's' jubilant gush over what ho is pleased to call the suicidal policy pursued bv the protectionists of Victoria. Thitigs have been going on a little too prosperously to satisfy thorn. In commoa' with the rest of ihc world we have passed through nn almost unexampled period of commercial depression, aud the prospect of our sharing, iu the rebound back again has alarmed those genial-minded patriots who make a precarious livelihood by predicting the impossibility of our recovering, aud who fee! that their brea j is iu danger if their predictions are falsified by the event. Iu reply to Sir Henry Parkes's heroics, Mr. Berry gently reminded him that there were two very excellent reasons why Victoria si ould have sot about to foster native indus tries, by means of the C...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Sydney Papers.) GABO ISLAND. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

TELEG11APHIG NEWS. (Ftom the Sydney Papers.) GABO ISLAND. ' . . ' ' Frilav. ThtsteirnerBiSga Park, from Alelaile toSylney, B'ruck on Beware 'Beef, off Cape Couran, 05 miles W.S.W. of Gabo Islani.at i a.m. r)a the 10th,.anl became a total wreck. AU hauls were saved an i landed safely in three boats at 5 p.m.

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FACTS IN THE LIFE OF A BULLING STONE. (Written expressly for the Campbelltown Herald.. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

FACTS IN THE LIFE OF A BULLING STONE. ftlV ENIGMA.1 (Written apr^tthj for the CampbelHaim Jlrrald.y She found uo evidence to show that the books said to have been written by Moses vote ever -peimed by him ; there V«s uo proof within their own pa^es showing they were not the productions of other person's hundreds of .years after the death of their reputed author. Hud they have been written by Moses they could not have con tamed the description of bin own death and burial ; they would not have been written in the third person, as 'The Lord said unto Moses;' ' Mows said uutotlie people.' Surely Moses would never refer to himself in these fulsome terms. ' Now the man Moses was very uieolt, above all the iucd which were upon the face of the earth.' But the most positive evidence she found Against the assumption Hint Moses wns the writer, was the numerous anachronisms which occur. Moses is uindo to relate in the pant u-nne events wJiich did not happen iu his lifetime, nor indeed for centu...

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

JkTVtba.last rainnte vte &n\ wo are compellel to d over several letters already ia typo. Gold Is still found in.abjn Unco at Temira. A* I.O.G.T. lalge was opened on board of H.M.S. Alert, at Sylnoy last wo?lc. As Trishman declares that bis unbappy country is In 1 of absentees..' . ? 6r* boy3 were fine i tea shillings each (or jilting a Cbiniman with stotifftflt North Shore. ? Tin Victorisn cricketing tcim ha« air'.vci in. Sydney, find ore.praitiainij for the Intercolonial tnitcll. Thnv are in fine {ntn. Wires an Indian doctor lias lost five patients the oilier survivors of the 1 i te fceui lura after them to gee whit lias become of them. A LiZT boy was complaining that his lie! wa9 too short,-when his father sternly rspliel, 'Tiiat in because yon ate too long in it, sir.' ?Poor. PtnMTBE ? asserts, nni Cardinal Newman denies, that after death there will b5 a seconl proba tion for those who have failed here. The four worst husbands in the worll at the pre sent mom ml are sail ...

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

MO;EDEfiOJJS;Af TEMPT. A most deliberate attempt to murder ,a woman was made on Tuesday iiight ,^tbo ^vjiw reporisi iu a.^8D^i^4&jKf-f7a,1 Hooro-stixjet Piteroy. It aiipoora that at. about half-past :1O jc'cloSTt'iSfr.fjfiiu.^jSn,-) f ;!?.) =xvas|pa»Bmg the jsceihlseB, ; iwjwiu i J»o hoai'dii Ipua ;e^rib1i;^j§u1jfliiiutffttft; something had happeued, he iit duce. went for the police. He, i-etui-nod to the place 'with constable (raiiaii, and on entering the house they 'were' hoh-ified to find a young woman named Catherine iBerry, lying 'upon the floor weltering in hor blood and scream ing terribly. Her mother, the occupier of the 'house, was looking on, occasionally attempting to hold her, but was helplessly intoxicated. It wns fouud that the woman was suffering from a gunshot wound in her right thigh, and that hercouditiou was very: serious. She ivas immediately removed to the Melbourne Hospital, where she wn« received by Dr. Thomas, who pronounced her to be in a very critic...

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

THE DAIRY. Not.:s on- Milk Setting. — It makes no diffa-auco in the quantity of the butter obtained whether the milk is sot two inches deej' or twenty inches, providing always thai the right temperature is maintained, and proper time allowed for croam rising. and also proper temperature maintained in chu.-uing. Por deep cans, iu air, a tempera ture bolow i5 deg. is required ; if in shallow pans, a standard of CO deg. to 62 deg. must not be far varied from. So far as keeping quality is concerned, the balance of the evitence so far gathered inclines against the keeping quality of butter from cold setting, nt'ficiist whou the cream is churned sweet. I ltuow a great number of Connecticut Rrer and Vermont butter-makers who are sej.ing weekly in tho best markets in Boston ot other cities at the top prices. They are tiling the several methods of deep and slallow settings, and selling as much as biih-pviceil butter by one as by another roitb'od. If in a single case or two 7fl cents pa- 1b. ...

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

Ci C OllBoiwtoaiSHafikiiiJJiBa*^. ', TnBS^^ilieioaiB^^jte^ecta^jsxPBUea^ ^?^^'Any.^w^evas^r^v^^^-BiSvSKSijii, t-^crt^10i®or tfro^ii^ p^uUi^BBni ^^ asuinin, tigbtneM ol^e cbost, pui iinin la^he die ' ?^^*hl^iu^t^t'lreaTO£^tBlbl^pri!i'ezkt0^enuerat-'' - ing into uioro JBortpus rualadies-MbJii biiitinenl haV the same povvcrs over cTiest ^ouiplaints ex a blister |uithiij)jitia invalids vrill dcriro uiari-cuous ease itrom ' *he jise of this Ointineut,'whii:h has brought round many such, sufferers, anS nMutablisW hoalth, after eve-7 othei-'iuuauB had.tugnaUy failed. ', Bad Legs, Bad Biwists, OM Sorasffind UJcers. By rubbing the Ointment i-ouna tho affected port it peneli-atcs to the tissues 4eiieaUi, and wwoiBBs o wonderful -power on *U die Uooa flouring '?*», anl rcturniiig {ram -the diseased part. The inflammation diminishes,, the pain becomes less intolemble. tho matter, thicKci-, and a cure is soon effected, in all Jong-staudiug cases, Ilolloway'fl Pi!|nBhouldnleo bo taken, as they wi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 16 February 1881

MARRIAGE. M'CORMACK— MAGUIRE. — On Saturday, February 12, by the Rev. Monsignor Lynch, at St. John's Church, Campbelltown, Thomas M'Cormack, of Albury, to Mary Maguire, of St. Patrick's Inn, Campbelltown.

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TEMORA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TEMOBA. .* Tuesday. Seaborn and Mack, squatters, and owners of tbe Narraburra Creek -water supply, have raised the price of wator to 9d per cask. .Great indignation is expressed here at the delay of, the Government in not resuming the dams immediately. Snpeyana^ftr^KiapleonUanmrtjiWHraaK * ? wei«hW^o£«B^pdalmaUb« rear oi tit -?'??? 'Good reef gold ».ty£jg'«ot iri Fair's «l»U»,io»*- ? -?' - Temora, - O*??^-1* ' ?' ;?-?' .'?' '? ? A' party is prospecting a reel in Hoeldni-Mrt*.' '? opposite 4&o Il^mid Oflic£» - - ?/ * '? ?*.'? - they toiert the«ef within one morithi *na havtthV ' ??'.' .prooeeda.^...,..^^^,.^,-,^^.^..'..^.^'.:!'!..' -i^-'-i*iii.'f'?ii.:iJ-^ ' ' Several claims on the 'niwly-niaied^lKrl »rt ; -_,?,'. tested, groundoear NBgOT)-,hawb0Um«dp«ge)rt .. . l: gold. ? ' - :- ^\th f \ 1 i f-- '-**r ' ?' \\ *v SomewatennenmtoHcarrTingthfewaWTflilWinl to a tocher Court, to test their Jewait»» '-??' ? h: ??'?'???.?'.. -' Thl^caafli-mte'-wasHng^Si&lftSjatf ^l^.-v owne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

QT. PATRICK'S INN, CAMPBELLTOWN. THOMAS M'COEMACK desires to acquaint his friends that having' taten the above Hotel, ho will be pleased to meet any who may favour him with a call. VISITOES TO CAMPBELLTOWK will find the above hotel quiet and respectable where the comforts of a home may bereliad upon, and atten tion and Ey ClYILITT ACCOEDED TO CoBTOlBBS. AKGLO-CAVARIAN ALE, WBICB «1S &WASDED First Prize Vienna Exhibition, 1873. GoldMedalParia International Exhibition, 1878. First Prize Sydney International Exhibition, 1879. THE ANGLO-BAVAIHAN AI.E is now admitted to be the best brand imported, It is of uniform, excellent quality, light, bright sparkling, and invigorating; and, being free from sediment, maintains its brilliancy, notwithstanding travel or adverse circumstances. It is thus pre eminently suitable, not only for private use, but for race, boating, or picnic parties, &c., ice. Although the quality is far superior, it ia not more expensive than ordinary Engli...

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TEMORA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TEMOBA. WeaneidM ' Tbe dispute between Bowes and Fleming ia tba well-known claim' ot Keating and Hay*t ii *UU ? unsettled. ' The lotalamount of gold picked out of ' this claim, without any washing, from Auguit 8 to February 16 is '1127 oz. 7 Arts, ThW and Uw x claims adjoining oie now engaged smlaBg trtab .. '?? shafts. ' ??????' ? ' ' ' '.- -.??.-*-- Owing to the ground caving ^Xewis, of lie Heb ' . claim, narrowly escaped from an earthtaB iaW»«l«fav . yesterday. - ?''? ' ?' A- .£, rT^J: ''. ?'' ' Nugent and Aomm» gat another nafcgttjtrttiJay ' pf 31 oz,l£*wt».. This maias nearly. W pfetf gold picked bnt of the claim without^aiminjV tb» Golden Garter washsa -2101c«d*forl oMpiheiwIJ. Some watermen have raised «a issue aa *o Mitt; water right. Ihey assert itU witfcin- proclaim** * reserves from sale, No. 19S8, gazetted Jrij.5, 1880. . No. 8, Tynan's, have Btnickeoo#gol-lraaa small naggets have been picked outttfitmalBliaftsv ThfJ an no* gsing down on the reef running througbtbl princ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

WANTED ? good Cow in full Milk, with Catt at foot. Apply Ai.C, Poet-offlce. WANTED, Brandy sod Wine Bottles, in any quantity, at 6d per dozen. ? Brandy case*. ? 1» each. W. A. FOWLER, Agent, CampbelHown..' rpENDEES WANTED for carting Building Stone JL and Sand. Apply JOHN £NIGHT. ht«. Warfcy'a Farm, Cnmpbelltown. /CAMPBELLTOWN CBICKET AMD ATHLETIC {j CLUB. Important 'NQtloe. . .:. General Meeting. ' - A general meeting of members and snViorMt V the above Club, will be held at Mri' »?*,.«?' Satnrdey, (THIS DAT) *t 8 p.ta. ' ; Bmriness': To 'pick a &amT..'at«Bangljwjti4^ consider tbe financial jjosition of tbe Club, tommat teinginaxre.™. '; -l 6^wd^^ ? ? ? ..' : . ? -Hos:-8w

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

CO M MEECIA'L Teen lsnoalterstion to report in' tbe state of th» lucerne hay market, eiecpt, perhaps, that ii'Ji even more depressed and that prices am-nerely pominal Further shipments e»pcete9 to^norrow wflfjiot tend - to restore amraation. Maize is in fair demand at from; 2s 9d to-Sff, the Jstt*r%iire being only obtained ' for saperior sorts. Th» supply is equal 'to require meats. Oat»tene worthjiipm 2a SSVSsed- Then is a good1 demand for prime potatoes Tat -lu6tation»r Snoalhaven, £4 5s to £4 l««raai Warrn»mbool£- to £4 5s. OnlyVictorianonions»renoWf«)car**J«. and these command from £4 to £4 Es.with gO94v sale. Batter is firm at from 3d to 6d per lb, and eggs are worth from is tote 4d per dozen.. There is no alteration to report in other lines.— Friday's HeralA

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TEMORA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TEMOBA. - Thondiw. To-day was one of the nottest of tbis season-,; tb» , glass has been-stotionary for four. honra,,ieadiag;U)». . .degrees ia the shade all the time, - ?' . . The water-carriers' appeal against the Beneh'ir deeiaioD re water treBpsas, and will take-it to tb* Supreme Court. The dams are now verj fi-w.. . Warby ani OrbeU sold half-Bhare in the Goloem Gate for £150— M..P. Meagber, purchaser.. Some oE the Melbourne purchasers of toe Hibernian, ml- ? lately floated in Melbourne; a» berermBpcetiag: ths- - property and arranging for future operationf. Several nuggets were lound in Tynan Vlead'dnri&g; ? tbelasiifewdaya. Head and Aldnlge are sttlUgetiing; rich stone. Several applications for mining; limi» ' are about to be made.. - ? ' The mining eormnnrriry wilt tbe -Gdveranwnfc . speedily to introduce a new Mining Bill: f bis gold-field is very healthy, and toe doctor* complain that they have nothing to do

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WILCANNIA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

WILCANKIA. Wrihn&r, ? .? -: Parties rtallcontinue ft) leare 'Wileannia for Moaat Brown Gold-field,.ii» Bpite of the scarcity o- wat*r» It is- rumoured' that one party that essayed tv-wdk ' to tbe diggings narrowly escaped' death- Ihrongb intense tairst pTovisions are scarce here, and potatoes sell at *- shilling per pounds .

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES BUDGET. London, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

-IHE NEW SOOTH WALES BOTGET'. . ? . London, Feb. 16. The Kew South 'Wales bndget figure* have Met* - wdl received, and have strengthened tho Talus ot th* '-. debentures of the colony . .. ..„ . , ? . .^.

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THE CHAMPION SCULLING RACE. London, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

THE CHAMPION SGOLXING EACE. London, Feb. If. TBe sculling race between Edward Hanlan,. oE Toronto, Canad», and EUas Laycock, of Bydney,lor : the sum- ot £500 a. side and the Cnatopionship of England, which was postponed; from' tbe mb ultimo osing, to. the extreme inclemency of ttw weather,, was rowed on the Thames to-day, over th* usual champion course,, from tbe Star. andGatteru Putneyrto the Ship Hotel'atMbrtlofie The race attracted a good deal of interest ; snJ, although' tbe . weather was cold. Urge number* . auembled to' witness the contest,.U» IbiaJte o( th»- ' .' river being lined- witiv spectators BnbotH'sidBB sloog: ? ' the whole course- Both men were in good' formg! bnt Hanlan remained a strong faTonrite at -S-toT t» 4 to 1 in his favour, many, bets- being made at th* latter odds. The water wassmooth^andtba weather Cner though cold. Tbe competitors appearecTBttKe appointed tima^, and after a- short delay a good start was effected from opposite the Star and Garter, Putney- ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. NOWRA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 19 February 1881

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. fFroiii tht Stiiney Paven.) N0WBA. Tuesday. ? ? - An inquest was held this afternoon, at Nowra, touching the identity and cause of death of a person whose remains were discovered yesterday, in the busb, fifty yards off the main coast road, thirteen miles south of Nowra. The evidence of the discoverer and Dr. Matthews showed that deceased was a male, a European, about 25 or SO years old. The body was dressed in a Californian brown felt bat, flannel undershirt, bine striued shirt, moleskin trousers. dark pagct coat, and heavy hobnailed boots. Some spire clothes were tied up in a calico tent, whiehhad green baize an i gold swing cloth in it. The skeleton was scattered about, the bones completely denuded of flesh', and the skull broken to. pieces.- A news. paper of tho 12th October was found In his gwag. Dr. Matthews supposed that death took place four months ago. There was nothing to show tbo man's name, as tho dingoes had pulled things about.

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