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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

Looal aad Oeaetal A.D effort is to be made to introduce early closing in PictOD, and a public meeting for the. purpose of discussing the wa'ter is to be held at an early date. The following' tenders have been accepted for the supply of forage for the police for the current year :— Campbclkown and Appiu, J. Long, jun. ; Oamden, Ed. Cross. William Hodgkiasou, an ex-consfcable, who was (hot in the head some years ago while con veying' a prisoner from Sydney- to Piutoa, died to the Berry Hospital on Sunday week. Six tenders have been received for th« free linn of * limber beam bridge orer Allen's Greek, on tits road from Brougbton'a Pass to WiUoo Poil^ffice, t)i» lowest being that of Joseph Ohild, lnV«3&9 & 3d. A maetingrjf the Osmpbelltown oouncil was to hare been held od, Friday evmltg last. It lapied, however, in consequence of their not be ing b quornm. Aldermen Barter (Msyor), Oarntlc, Fowler, and Graham were in attend - auoe. As the pluntiug eeason t- ncnr at tiand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

The Campbelltown. Herald WITH WHICH IB INCOBPOBATED TDK CAHPBSLL TOWN LIBBBAL. TTEDNEBDAf, MARCH 80, 189*.

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FARM PRODUCE, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

FARM PB.0DUCB, ETC. Bushel wheat, G. Sharp ; side-bearing white orts, A. Thorn ; Cape barley, F. J. Donst ; malting barley, G . Sharpe ; skinleBs barley, G . Oatt ; common rye, G. Thurn ; white field peels, M. Duon ; field peas other than white, *f* . W. -Dobson ; Yorkshire Hero peas, M. Conn ; .planter*' friend and aorghutn, F. «T. JQoust ; silver-hulled buck wheat and Japanese back wheat, Camden Park Estate ; HongariaQ millefc. F. W. A. Dowoes ; shelled corn, J. James ; large yellow maize, J. Erand«]e ; small yellow maize and red pith maize, R. Haw key ; early French corn, J. T. W. Dobson ; large white maiae, R. Hawkey ; Hogan's spindle corn, collection of corn in cob, and corn on stalks, J. James ; stalks of tobacco, J. T. W. Dobson ; root of arrowroot, W. Jenkins ; red mangolds, H. W. Chamberlain ; yellow mangoldB, P. W. A. Dowoes ; Swede turnips, Carrington Hospital ; cattle pumpkins, J. Veness ; collection sunflower seeds, J. T. W. Dobson ; collection of roots suitable for fod...

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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

SHEEP. Merino ram, Camden Park Estate ; merino ?we, A. E. Vicary 1, J. W. Griere 2 ; South down ewe, E. Small ; fattest and heaviest wether, any breed, Mrs. M/Mullen 1, G. Spear ing 2 ; fattest and heavest ewe, any breed, G. Spearing i, E. Small 2 ; 6-nt fat sheep, any breed, 1, J. W. Grieve 1, E. Small 2 ; four fat sheep, merinos, A. Vicary I, E. Small 2 ; foar fat lambs, merinos, disqualified as being over.

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School Children's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

Bdhobl Children's Ficnio. (costeiboted). Thb annual pionio for the children attending Si. Patrick's ^Priiuary School, Campbelltown, was held Dn the grounds at 4 be rear of St. John's GouventiJO 4lw 17lh inst. (St. Pkt rick's D*y),and it was.thegenerAilj-Rxpressod opinion of everyone preaent that, as far as f accust ana enjoy ment, were concerned, this year's piunio proved no exception to the gene ral role.', About 10 o'clock tb« children tnarchotl ; from the church to the grounds, and indulged in varions games until one ' o'clock, when; lnnftheon was provided, and heartily en joyed by thoie present. The programme of races was 'lengthy, and consisted of flat and blind-fold races for boys and girls of various ages, atao hnrdlu, obstacle, and dog races for boys. Th* principal -winners wera— Masters Day, Baurke, Von der Mehden, Joseph, and the Misses Butterleigh, Skanlcy, and A. Day. Great amusement waa caused by the tugof war and dog races. Many were disappointed that the return cricke...

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Camden A. H. and I. Socisty's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

QmflmA. JR. «axft I- Bodety'B Show. Tap twelfth annual, ehovr of the Camden A.|&s,and I. Society, Ueld on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and ^Saturday of last week, proVad a brilliant success. Favbred with fine weather, the show attracted a very large number of visitors from all parts of the district, especially on the second day, when the at tendance was particularly good. Between 2500 and 3000 exhibits were catalogued, and every section was filled with worthy exhibits. There was an increase in stock ex hibits, which was doubtless due to the Government offering £35 in prizes to those engaged in dairying pursuits. The judge's awards gave the greatest satisfaction. The judges in the horse section said they would like to make special refer ence to the excellence of the horses exhibited, more especially in the 14 hands harness and pony classes. The cattle exhibited were also very creditable to the district. One fea ture of the show was the large number of outside exhibitors in ho...

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VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

'??f VEGETABLES. : Collection of potatoes, Jno. Eaton ; 4cwt. Brownell's Beauty potatoes, J. Hayter ; Jcwt. potatoes, any variety, R. Hawkey ; J^jwt. sweet potatoes, P. Tbnrn ; two cabbages, W. T. Nixon ; two red cabbages, C. J. Arnold ; ifloz. onions, W. T. Nixon ; Idoz. tree onions, G.Catt, jun. ; parsnips and marrows, Carring ton Hospital ; two table pumpkins, G. Bax -pr; kitchen herbs, MiBB P.. T. Turner; French bj^ps, -Carrington Hospital ; green peas, M. ji'Nevin ; preserving melons and gramma pnmpkim, J. T. W, Dobson.

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

:v DAIRY PRODUCE. Keg of hand-madr batter, M. Dunn ; keg separator hotter, J. T. W. Dobson 1, A. E. yicary 2 ; keg separated or hand-mad« batter, A.. E. Viewy 1, J, T. W. DobBon 2 ; 41bs. roll butter, S. Ellis ; two colonial hams, 0. J. Arnold ; two flitches bacon withont hams, E. Small ; two side bacon with hams, R. Board man ; bladder of lard, C. J. Arnold,

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FLOWERS AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

FLOWERS AND POX PLANTS. Table bonquet. Miss E. P. Harris ; hand bouquet. Miss E. M'Ewan ; shower bonquet, W. T. Nixon ; buttonholes, MiesE. M'Ewan ; dress sprays, Miss E. M'Ewan ; basket of flowers, Miss A. Liggius ; basket of flowers by child under IS, Miss E. M. Harris ; collec tion of cut fuchsia?, Mrs Q, Fryer ; collection of out pelargoniums. Miss E. Stevens ; collec tion of cut flowers, Miss F. J. Turner ; single rose, B. Close ; six roses, R. Close ; collection of cut roses, R. Clese. ; collection of foliage plants, R. Close ; ferns in pots, Miss Thomas, floral device, Miss F. J. Turner ; floral device by child under 18, Miss M. Collins. ' Non competitive exhibits-: Camden Park' Estate and J. K. Chisholm highly commended.

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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

i PRUIT. ' .Black table grapes, J. Brnckhauser ; white ifib\e grapes, J. Sherack ; black muscat grapes, t. Brnrkhanser 1, C. Hall 2 ; white muscat grapes, J. Brackhauser 1. C. Hall 2 ; collec tion of table grapes, J. Brnckhamer ; Lisbon lemons, J. H. Petre ; table apples, C. J. Arnold ; baking apples, G. Adams ; table pears, C. J. Arnold ; taking pears, Ferguson and Son ; common oranges, F, J. Dengate 1, C. Smith 2 ; mandarin oranges, F. J. Dengate 1, 0. Smith 2 ; figs, C. Hall ; quinces, G. Catt, jun., 1 ; M. Sharp 2 ; persimmons, J. R. Armilage 1, O.'Hall 2 ; peaches, C. Smith ; preserving peaches, G. Baxter ; rhubarb, W. T. Nixon 1, C. Smith 2 ; rock melons, F. W. A. Downes ; water melons, F. W. A. Dowues; collection of fruit, 0. J. Arnold ; collection of apples, G. Adams.

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The Late Mr. Hurley. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 30 March 1898

The Late Mr. Hurley The following letter has been received by Mrs. Hurley, from the president of the Camden A. and H. Society : — "Gledawood, 22nd March. 1898:— Dear Mrs. Hurley,— At a largely-attended meeting of the Camden Agricultural and Horticultural Society, which took place yesterday (the 21st March), the following resolution was unani mously adopted: That the members of the   Camden A. H. Society desire to record their sense of the loss the society has sustained by the death of Mr. P. B. Hurley, who was for seve ral years a member of the committee and vice president, and took an active interest in its proceedings. "They also desire to express their sincere sympathy with the widow of the de   ceased in the irreparable loss she has sustained." In compliance with the request of the commit tee, I beg to forward the above. — Yours very sincerely, JAMES K. CHISHOLM, president."

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Pure-Bred Cattle for New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Tore-Bred Cattle for New South Wales. The steamer Nairnshire, due from London, has on board iito »f tlie finest bred Shorthorn hulls which could be procured in Englaud. They -are to the order nf Dr. John Hay, of Coiilaiigatta Estate, who some limu ago com missioned Messrs. Weddel and Co. to purchase them on his behalf. Dr. Hay ma not allow cost to stand in his way, but instructed the firm in question to purchase two bulls of thp finest breed. They huvn sent 'Knightly,' bred by Mr. J. Y. Sharp, of Brought, Kct tering ; and ' Eurl «f Barrington 26lh,' bred by Mr. Ashbimier, of Ulverston. The ' British Australasian,' referring to the cattle, says ' both animal's pedigrees are irreproachable.' A wire from Adelaide status that they were in first.ola68 condition on arrival there, having been comfortably housed iu specially prepared boxes under cover of the forward spar deck. Though the bulls Were snl'j.'Cted to the. tuherculihe test prior to their departure from England, they must suffer ...

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The Milk Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

The Milk Trade. TnE suppliers to the Fanners' and Dairymen's Company in the Dapto district held a meeting at the Illuwarra Hotel nn the 26lh nit. — it is believed with the object of convincing the com mni t.liiLf (lier were, hem? iinderoaid for (heir milk. The arguments used to bring about the dHi-irud result of a higher prica they wish to keep a secret between them ani tho company. The only reason that can be assigned for the decision is that meetings have often been held of a similar nature, iu which all kinds of brave threats we.ru made and not carried out, to that it is considered wise to await a reply from the company before publishing the demands made. —Smith Coast Hernld.

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Congregational. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Congregational. There is to he a ' pound night' social at the Congregational Church, Campbelltown, this (Wednesday) evening, at half-past 6 o'clock. Friends of members will receive a hearty welcome. — . A short service will be held ou Good Friday morning at 11 u clock. In connect iou with the first anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. G. A. Raveg, B.A.. there are to be special services (in Euster Sun day. The Rev. Thoe. Ruseby, M.A., L.L.D.. F.R.A.S., of Marrickville, who is exchanging pulpits with Mr. Raves on that day, will preach in the morning at 11 and in the even ing at 7. Dr. Roscby is a distinguished and eloquent preacher, and large congregations are expected. On and after Sunday next, the 10th inst., the fveiiiiij: service wili begin at 7 o'clock, in stead of 7.30.— CONTEIBDTED.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

'. Cricket. ?; The rHurn match between Jeariig representing tne;0ami-be!lipwn club and Illawarra district was played on SitHrdRy Wl, at Wolloogong. '|)n4bfe;last ocoisio'B;;j(r}ifii 'iflj»M.;1»»ipB'-ifii^ ihe|liHWa:rramendefijated their oppopente by eomeiOfnns. but, on Saturday', the .Oampbell towh representBtiv^s reversed mutters, pulling off tho match; after an interesting and excit ing game, by eii;ht rune. The South Coast men went to. ihe wickets first,. the result of tfieireffortsjb'eing-a tblatof 121' -runs. A. O'Brien was top score with 32 not on t to hiss credit, ivhijst JSf. Cnpitt, 0. Bennett, J. Gal vin, and A. Beatpori were, responsible for 23, 17, 14, and 10 respectively. Campbelltowu, last wicket did not fall until the score of their opponents had been beaten by eight runs. J. H. Sullivan, who played the best innings of the match, put together 43 by attractive cricket, A. E. Fowler (30) also being success ful. ' Oiher players to reach double figures were — J. H. Pay te...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

? _ ; ? iooal a&& General . A chrysanthemum bIhiW is to be held at {jlftoiden on nn *afly date. f^hB-Wr1y^lpsiiy5i-«g|'*eniJBi)t has Kfcn'sfiiit inioJioTBe atPj^ijri, ^11 ?t(ireBcl»8irig At 7 j.M.j,£atriraay*3l?)p,mJ. -. ' %. |v Thti* present ..j issne of , the Campbi'Ulown Sfttaijti commences a new quarter. Now is the time to subscribe. Q larleriy subscriptions, la in advance. - ' ?' .Melbourne butchers ar« now compelled to wrap up meat in new and clean paper. The use of newspapers, etc., is prohibited under a heavy penalty. French dairymen are about to export milk to London daily. Three steamers are being fitted out to lake consignments from Cher bourg via Weyiuouth. While Federation is imminent in Australia, war is imminent in the old and new worlds. Truly, these are parlous timo?, upon which the historian of the future will look back with itn tnrasarabjB interest. . I represent one of the best working jewellers nf Sydney. Repairs and engraving of all de scription...

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SHANLEY V. HAYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

SHANLEY V. HAYDON. Stephen James Shanley proceeded against George Haydon on a charge with that he did on the 11 ill March impound at Camphelltown 41 head of bis (Shanley's) cattle, and did charge excessive damages, the land from which the cattle were impounded not being enclosed bv a sufficient fence, contrary to tho Act. Mr. A. F. W. Rose appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr. C. J. Passmore for the defendaBt. Stephen James Shanley deposed that he was a dairy-farmer and resided at ?' Sugarloaf,' Campbelltnwn ; he and defendant had -farms Adjoining one another ; there was about the third of a mile of a dividing fence between the two properties, and for the rest of the dis tance there was only a few panels of fence in tact ; defendant and ho entered into aa agree ment that their cattle should graze in the un feuced Und during the day, but they wire to be kept off at night ; he (witness) always had his sou or one of his men watching his cattle, and if they happened to stray on to Hoydon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

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BENNETT V. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

BKN'NETT V. CHAMBERLAIN. * Tljis was a case in which Robert Bennett sought to noover trim B. W. Cbambe: ,i»j the sura of 12s, said to be wages due. Robert Bennett deposed that he was a general farm laborer and resided at Minb'i ; he engaged with defendant on the '2nd March list ; he was to receive 1 2s per week snd his keep ; on the 27th March he had a dispute with defendant, who told him to clear out ; he claimed wages from the 27th March to the 4th April — 12s — being the equivalent to a week's notice. Henry William Chamberlain, dairy-farmer, residing at ' Boxhiii,' Minto. deposed that he engaged complainant on the 2nd March as a farmer and dairyman ; he agreed to give com plainant 12s per week and his keep, but no specification was made about a we»k's notice to leave being given on either side. : ou the 27th March he (witness) Vent into row-yard and heard the complainant (Bennett) swearing aud using most filthy language at one of one animals lie was milkiug ; the language was use...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Campbelltown Herald — 6 April 1898

Next visit to Sydney we strongly reoom mend the reader, not to fail seeing the Cyclo rama of Jerusalem. 8 p.m is the best time to attend, as there has recently been added a number of most beautiful visions of angels, and aerial and mechanical effects. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements intended for in sertion in this paper should reach the office not later than 2 o'clock on Tuesdays in each week. {* At « -? I ] 8 ! = : 3 fe « .S S ;e 1 -h ^ I it g^ I it 9 1 CO ft ° 1 l I I MUSIC. __^ MFSIC. Ntw Songs, Dances, Pianoforte, Piano and Violin Husic full vize, on bi-st paper. 2d each or 13 copies post free, 5e.— All C.R. Mu.ic Bnokf, Annuals. Dante Albums at itrent leduetiuLB. Caislogues *nd sample copy free on application to DAVIS and HAURIS, 8U Elixubeth sUcet, Sydney.

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