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MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRI CULTURE. ( Weekly Times. J A writer in the May number of Frazer\ Magazine gives a description of several kinds of farming, which may be seen in Operation within the distance of a stone's throw in most agricultural districts of England. On one side of a hedge may 'be seen the steam plough, propelled by a resistless power, opening up large tracts of fresh soil for the cultivator, tearing its way through the stubborn clay, dragging its iron teeth, with sheer . strength, deep through the solid earth, and opening up for man new sources of fertility and wealth. These engines cost as much as the fee simple of a small farm, and they require skilled workmen to attend to them ; but proportionately the work is enormous, and they do it with a thoroughness which leaves little to be desired. Each puff and pant, each shrill whistle, proclaims as loudly as iron and steal can shout, ' Progress ! On wards!' This is the highest develop ment of power, combined with skill, ye...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. While writing a nice steady rain is falling' |; and every likelihood of it continuing forfsome 1 time'. Saturday last was unseasonably hot, j and the early part of the week fine and dry. ' ' The frequent showers lately are doing much good to the crops which are said to bo look ing very well.^ The rain continued up to the time of our going to press. , % Messrs. Quail antl Co. report having sold ' ? 435 sheep at auction on account of Messrs. Jamison Bros, to Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, of Mingay, at a satisfactory figuro. - 1

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM if SYDNEY. I f From our Tclearaphic Correspondent. ) ? JL Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. I' The Metroplitan Stakes.— Amendment, I Painter, Timothy. V Saturday, 5 p.m. Members' Handicap. — Black Eagle with Salisbury second. Waverley Handicap. — Viscount, Timo- : thy, Janitor. ; & Steeplechase. — Goulburn, Mustang, and , j Rainbow. ' , Randwick Plate.— The Dean, Robinson Crusoe, Royalty. Monday (last) evening. The steamer Lord Ashley, the property of John Edye Manning, sprang a leak on Satur day last, when on a passage from Newcastle to Melbourne. She was laden with coal and rapidly filled. She drifted ashore at the entrance to Terrigal Boat Harbour. She soon became a total wreck, but providen tially all hands were saved. London, Sept. 8. Earl Derby in his address at Liverpool that the present time was unfavourable for any intervention by third parties, but ex pressed himself clearly that when the time arrives England will not lose the opportu nity. Servia replying to Bri...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

INQUEST. On Friday last an inquest was held in Mr. Howard's tent, at the Jindalee quarry, by the coroner for Gundagai, C. W. Weekes, Esq. , touching the death of David Richard son. Jury : Messrs. Woodhill (foreman), Jones, Coker, Southwell, Webb, Fergus, Gravolin, Keith, Cubitt, and Pinkstone. After the jury were sworn, and the body had been viewed, James Howard was sworn, and he deposed: He was foreman at the quarry for Messrs. Amos, and it was his duty to look after the men at the quarry, but had nothing to do ?with the men on the trucks ; the trucks were generally brought down to the quarry by deceased, who, with a man named Bullman, had charge of them ; he had seen and identi fied the; dead body, and was an eye-witness of the accident ; on Wednesday last, at half past 12, the trucks were shunted into the quarry; deceased was on one of them; there were about nine trucks ; the decline into the quarry was at a gradient of about 1 in 40 ; the train came down by its own gravitation ;...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, Sept. 16. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. Cootamundra, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. Wallendbeen at 3.30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks . WESLEYAN CHURCH. .; Sunday, Sept. 16. T' Jindalee, 1 1 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto 'YVallendbeen, 7 p.m. — Ditto PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, Oct. 7. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Rev. J . Spalding (Cf* The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons. COOTANMUEim TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1877.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Another Fatal Accident;— We are sorry to record another fatal accident connected with the railway works, one of a most painful nature. A man named David Richardson, engaged as general caretaker of the ballast trucks of tho contractors, at noon on Wednes day last, whilst shunting the trucks into a quarry at Jindalee, met with a shocking and instantaneous death. The engine ? had 'kicked the trucks into the quarry, de ceased, at his own request, being left to manage the break ; but as appears from the evidence given at the inquest ho choso to use the break on the wrong or dangerous side of the train, the bank of the quarry being so close to the trucks on that side as scarcely to admit of a man's body between them. The trucks had hardly enough weigh on, and he stood on the break-guard and tried to ease them off by the manipulation of his toe. To do so he was obliged to put him self i» a stooping position, whoa his body ^ * t » came in contact with a stump projecting ...

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CRICKET. OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

CRICKET. Opening oe the Season. As an inauguration of the season '77-8 a scratch match had been arranged by the Cootamundra Cricket Club for the 1st Sep tember, but, in consequence of the almost incessant rain on that day, it was not played till Saturday, . the 8th instant. The match was commenced rather late, and, not having' been completed, had not as satisfactory a termination as was expected from the hearty goodwill which prevailed at the outset with those who took part in it. But, at any rate, the side which scored the lesser number of runs honourably admitted their defeat, and paid for the ball — for which the match was played. The respective teams were chosen by Messrs. Chapman and Hurley, who also acted as captains. Hereafter will be found detailed scores made in both innings. Some excellent batting was displayed in the match as well as very creditable fielding; and the bowling of Messrs. Quail and Hurley, as will be seen from the details, was of the best description. Troy's...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 19th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday , 19 th September. Country Lots: Lot A, portion 143, 69a 2r, c. Harden, p. Demondrille, on both banks of the Two mile Creek, and on the road from Wagga Wagga to Murrumburrah, adjoining the eastern boundary of W. Brook's conditional purchase No. 7, and adjacent to the eastern boundary of O. Cartwright's conditional pur chase No. 142. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. LotB, portion 149, 61a lr. c. Harden, p. Demondrille, on the road from Wagga Wagga to Murrumburrah, and adjacent to the eas tern boundaries of P. Murphy, jun.'s, con ditional purchases Nos. 138 and 139. Exclu sively of a road 1 chain wide. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 12th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday , 12th September. Countiiy Lots : Lots A to D, portions 91 to 95, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yeo Yeo, on and near both banks of the Congou creek, and adjoin ing'' and near the northern and southern boundaries of William Dacey's conditional purchase No. 32 of 40 acres, and the western boundary of conditional purchase No. 93 of 40 acres. Stockinbingal run. Lot E, portion 6, 150a, c. Bland, p. Stockinbingal, on the Dudauman creek, and adjoining the northern boundaiy of A. Wra burn's conditional purchase No. 7 of 40 acres. Stockinbingal run.

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BY CABLE. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

BY CABLE. } [from the daily papers.] j; London, August 28. The Porte has complained to England re specting the Greek armaments, and has threatened to send troops to Athens in the event of a, rising in Thessaly. England has remonstrated with Greece, and the latter power has sent the Porte a pacific note. August 29. A despatch from Sulieman Pasha, dated August 26th, states that after ten days' in decisive fighting the Russian forces made an unsuccessful attack on the Turkish. positi®ns on the heights commanding the line of retreat. In this encounter the Russians lost 4000 in killed alone. A Russian official despatch of the 29th in stant states that the Russians still maintain their positions, and that the Turks hold the adjoining heights. The Russians are massing before Plevna. Another Russian official despatch states that the Turkish firing at the Schipka Pass on Sunday afternoon, and again on Monday, was but feeble. August 30. In the engagements at the Schipka Pass, the Russians had...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 11 September 1877

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 26 th September. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 63, 40a, c. Buccleucli, p. Gobarralong, on both banks of boundary crook, and lying a mile south-easterly from J. Qui nil's conditional purchase No. 46 of 40 acres. Lot B, portion 92, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. Tarrabandra, adjacent to part of the western boundary of J. M'Evoy's . portion 2 of 635 acres. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

Mutual Life AsspatStfion of SYDNEY. DIEECTOES:— The Hon. S. D.Gordon, M . L . O^yChairman ; the Bkfn. G. W. Allen, M.JifS/ DiiJ^y-clmifm^.;.. H; 'G. 3000 Policie^^n Force for . . £950,000 Annual Pyramiro. Income . . . . 32,000 Total CJ#f!mis Paid ? 23,000 Invegj^d Funds upwards of . . 60,000 The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. {CI?* Agent at Cootamundra : — FRANK MOORE, from whom all information can be obtained. By order of the Board, J. 0. REMINGTON, Secretary Tlie Goulburn Herald AND The GouD^ijS^fchronicle ARE now ai^teamiAed, and printed by stean^^ ^gfenshed twice a week; double size on Saturday. The paper has a large circulation amongst mercantile men, pastoralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. Goulburn commercial article on Saturday with all local items and prices corrected to date, auctioneers' reports, &c. ; also Denili quin and Dubbo stock reports. On Wed nesday, Sydney, Wagga, and other stock and general prod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

Extraordinary- Discoveries made by ^ the Government Veterinary Surgeon for the cure of human beings. Lumbago, Rheumatism, Gout, Bad Legs, Deformed Feet and Hands, Piles, &c. AFTER some months of careful observa tion, we are forced to admit that the public of Sydney are offered a healing agent for the above, and other diseases common to colonial life, which we are perfectly sure has never been^coelled.^^^ SCOTTl§»ILAND OIL Is immediat-^|^ absorded into the blood, changing ifardull black hue into a brilliant red, possessing a delicate' nervous force, ?which may be felt as a tremulous motion in the muscles, which often instantly relieves a great many painful disorders, which render life unbearable. We have offered a few cases to illustrate the marvellous action of this Oil. THEE GLENCAIRN SCOTTISH OILS Will reduce in a very short time any kind of swelling or enlargement in Man or Beast. CATTLE MBDICINES.-PLEUEO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Virus, Cumberland Dis...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 26th September. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 63, 40a, c. Buccleuch, p. Gobarralong, on both banks of boundary creek, and lying A- a mile south-easterly from J. Quinn's conditional purchase No. 46 of 40 acres. Lot B, portion 92, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. Tarrabandra, adjacent to part of the western boundary of J. M'Evoy's portion 2 of 635 acres. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

TERMiisrirs* hotel . Jtf0 KOFHIETOR, EG^ro intimate to the residents of Cootamundra and district Vmat he has NOvW OPENED those neat and commodious prejmses known as the T^ERMINUS HOTEL, so called because of its being the nearest hotel to the Railway Station — immediately opposite. It is also the nearest -hotel to the Public Recreation Ground, and for all purposes conveniently situated. The admirable position of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as the BEST HOUSE FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, and no effort or expire will be spared to. make it acceptable in every other respect. ?mt The Very Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. j* _ ? FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. DIS|QLUTM OF PARTNERSHIP, Customers , of the above Fj#rp^andJdtfe Public /enerally, are informed that a DISSOLUTI^^O&JiijE PARTNERSHIP lately subsisting\ between aVd JACOB ALEXANDER, under the style o&r ' j day™, ALBMDER, AND /CO., IMPORTERS, APTO .GENERAL MERCHANTS, Has been this /jay effected by mutual co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

A Good Suggestion. — We would suggest that the road leading from Gundagai to Cootamundra via Jones' Creek should bo de fined as soon as possible. So soon as the railway is opened to the latter town traffic on the road referred to will be promoted. The road is in bad repair in some places, and we believe that a few pounds could be expended on it with advantage to tho public. C rundagai Times,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

| CIRCULAR. f TN deference to a generallv^pressed wish, JL ? I . beg to Stoc^wners, Butchers, Farmers, and thati* intend, in if October nexfe^to commence boldina^RE(jIJfetE'MQJW^IB«t SALES of ST^CIC^at my ysmjre near tht^ tEail way -station. The EailJray will boj)p6iiegn^Ueptamun dra on on^lbout the 1-gt of Oewifjey, and the y facilities which it will ofjfcr&fjJfosQ wishing. ' to okmer buy or sell s^^*^j4f^evident ; ^s^the terminus, being Ajjd&cpm. tre of a large populous, agriculturaly-mdVr)storal district, unusual facilities \-w offered to pur chasers, and very^itractwo^Sdiicements to sellers. Jjr . The large experience which I have had as a Stock-salesanan justifies me in asking for. ' the liberal jfatronage of those having stock to dispose of, as well as butchers buying fat cattle, and others in search of well bred^ , store stock or stud animals. My connection is large and influential, and sellers can rely on getting the best market prices for all con signments. ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. The Billiard Championship.— The twelfth match for the 'billiard championship was played-last night at the - Gaiety Restaurant, the two competitors being W. Cook and J. Roberts, jun., tho match having an additional interest attached to it owing to the fact that the two players had met six times, each be ing victorious on three occasions; conse quently last night's match had all the honour of ' the conqueror' depending on the re sult. The room at the Gaiety is, however, too small for so important an event. The inline commenced at 13 minutes past eight ?o'clock, the first break of any moment being one of 41 by Roberts, which brought his score' to 67 to Cook 28, and after a few small breaks another of 31 brought Roberts to 185 to Cook 111. On reaching 121 to Roberts 204, Cook made a fine break of 59, and shortly after the game was called 215 all. At -this period of the game. Cook played beautifully, and a 36 break brought his score to 350 to Roberts 292, when an inter val...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. 1 Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending Sept. 13 In feeding grains market, early this week the demand had to some extent abated, and the highest offer obtainable was 2/11. But indications of bad weather have since become aparent, and the demand has again im proved, and 3/- is to be procured without difficulty. The price during the forthcoming week will entirely depend upon the weather. Oats and barley are in fair demand. Bread stuffs are exceedingly dull, and a reduction m the price' of wheat is to be reported ; of the latter however there have been no sales. In dairy produce, the butter market has ex perienced considerable alteration. The pro bability of a decline mentioned in last week's report has now been accomplished, and on Friday last the price was reduced to 1/6, and yesterday morning to 1/3. At this price the demand is not good, and as excessive supplies will continue, a still further decline is not im- ? probable. Cheese is much enquired fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 September 1877

Holloway's Pills.— Worthy of Special Note. — These purifying pills excel every other medicine for regulating tho digestion, acting healthily on tho liver and bowels, in vigorating tho nervous system, and strength ening the body. They cause neither pain nor other inconvenience. At all seasons tho system is liable to sudden checks. In such casdsthese pills restore the circulation and ward off dangerous attacks of diarrhoea, dy sen try, or cholera.' They are the best correctives of the stomach, when disordered by over reple tion or by the presence of indigestible food. They speedily rectify tho flatulence, weight, and general uneasiness which are experienced in the bowels prior to tho accession of moro serious ailments, which debilitate, if thoy do not ondanger, 1 *? .c. i ? -? * ? j ?

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