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THE FARM. DOES THE SOIL WEAR OUT? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

THE FARM. DOES THE SOIL WEAK OUT ? We sometimes hear it remarked, says Mr. James Groom, in The Garden, that certain plots of soil are worn out and will not pro duce good crops; and the question arises, 'Is it the soil or the cultivator who is at ? fault ?' for the first arid greatest requisite of good culture is to restore to the land the elements necessary for the growth of crops that have been extracted or obtained from it by previous ones, so that it may not decrease, but rather increase m fertility. Although applicable to all crops, whether in field or garden, let us confine ourselves to the kitchen garden under spade cultivation, as most likely to suffer from a constant repeti tion of crops of .the same kind; and we have here a good practical illustration, for a por tion of our kitchen garden has occupied the same site for years, and is now as prolific as those portions that have been but recently enclosed. The natural soil is of considerable depth, and consists of a moderately...

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MR. GLADSONE ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

MR. GLADSONE ON THE WAR. Mr. Gladstone made several speeches in Devonshire during his visit there. On July 13, replying to an address from the Exeter Liberal Association, referred to the war. He said : — There are two classes ofltoersons who say that the war is an unnecessary war ; but those two classes, although they agree in words, differ in sentiment and principles. I am one of those who say that the war is an unnecessary war, and ought to have been avoided. But on no account confound me with another set of gentlemen who say the very same thing, because what they mean is this — that nothing ought to have been done to relieve the Christian populations of the East from the grinding oppression ; or, at all events, they think that it would have been enough if we had continued to waste our pens, ink, and paper in offering useless re monstrances to the Turkish Government. It is not in that sense that I think that the war is unnecessary. I think the war has a noble purpose in view ; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

_ Mutual Life Association of Australasia. 0d?' Established 1869' Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. DIRECTORS : — The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.O., Cl^riW; Hon. Sir G. W. Allen, M.L.A., 1Jepmv-^|iairman : H. G. Alleyne, Escuf&Tffi Davies, Esq., ; M. B. Pell, _ The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses Tables of Rates, tmA. full information on all points of interesOo mtendihg, pioponents, can be had on gppftcdffii^o ^R.-3?)RANK MOORE, agent for^M^^l^iPaO^-^ By order of the Boajrtf, J. GC REMINGTON, ^ ?* Secretary The dowlburn Herald AND The Goulburn Chronicle ARE now amalgamated, and printed by steam. Published twice a week; double size on Satm-dfty. The paper has iQirfrge circulation amongst mercantile menf j^sJoralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. Goulburn commercial article on Saturday with all local items and prices corrected to date, a...

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LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 10th October. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday , 10 th October. Country Lots : Lots A to YY, portions 21 to 73, from 53a up to 320a, c. Bland, p. Tumbleton, on and near both banks of Long Roach and Berthong creeks, and extending southeast erly from M. Rutherford's conditional pur chases Nos. 6, 7, and 8, about miles at intervals to the northern boundaries of W. Collins' conditional purchases Nos. 95 and 96. Geraldra run. £1 per acre. Lot ZZ, portion 4, 80a, c. Clarendon, p. Ulandra, lying about 34 chains north- west- erly from R. Weston, jun.'s conditional pur chase No. 3 of 100a. Cootamundra run. £110 per lot. Lot AB, portion 41, 40a, c. Clarendon, p. Bute, adjoining the eastern boundary of T. Hyland's conditional purchase No. 40 of 40a, and part of the western boundary of conditional purchase No. 39 of 40a. Coota mundra run. £1 per acre. Lot AC, portion 24, 63a, c. Harden, p. Muttama, on the left bank of the Muttaina creek, and adjoining the southern boundary of portion 25 of Ola. £1 pe...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 17th October. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday , 17 th October. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 173, 2ba, c. Ularendon, p. Kimo, adjacent to western boundary of Mary E. Wood's conditional purchase No. 154 of 40a, and adjoining the southern boundary of E. Jenkins's conditional purchase No. 172 of 320a. Nangus run. Lot B, portion 107, 40a, c. Harden, p. Bongongalong, adjoining the western boun dary of conditional purchase No. 104 of 40a, and part of the southern boundary of con ditional purchase No. 102 of 160a. Lot C, portion 278, 53a lr 18p, c. Harden, p. Coolac, adjoining the eastern boundary of P. Sullivan's conditional purchase No. 251, and the southern boundary of portion 266. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

Who is Sulieman Pasha ?— In reply to a letter which appeared in the Melbourne Daily Telegraph , requesting information about Sulieman Pasha, a^errespondent sup plies the following bit of chqfcp biography : — ' Castlemaine, 3rd SeptemUlr. — Dear Sir, — I can give ' Inquirer' the information he asks for relative to the nationality of Sulie man Pasha, as he happens to be a relative of my own. ilis real name is Pat Sullivan, and he was born in the county of Monaghan . When a young man he enlisted in the 97th Highlanders, and soon rose to the rank of colour-sergeant. During the Fenian ex citement he got involved in that foolish movement, was arrested, and kept in prison for some time, but for want of evidence never brought to trial. In prison he made the acquaintance of J ames Murtagh, another soldier prisoner ; and, on their release from prison, being dismissed from their regi ments, they got into the Turkish service. This was through the influence of O'Reilly Bey, a '48 man, whose cheq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 September 1877

Extraordinary Discoveries made by the Government Veterinary Burgeon for -the cure of human beings. Lumbago, Rheumatism, Gout, Bad Legs, Deformed Eeet 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 1 for the above, and other diseases common to colonial life, which we are perfectly sure has never beej^xcelled. SCOTTISH HIGHLAND OIL Is immediately absorded into the blood, changing its dull 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. THE GLENOAIRN SCOTTISH OILS Will reduce in a very short time any kind of swelling or enlargement in Man or Beast. CATTLE MEDICINES.— PLEURO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Virus, Cumberland Disea...

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NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] Sept. 18. — After several day's cannonade the Turks, early on Monday morning, stormed Eort Nicholis, the rallying point of the Russians near tho Schipka village, the loss of which endangers tho Russian positions in the Pass. — It is reported that Sulieman Pasha has effected a junction with Mehemet Ali, whose combined forces are expected to attack the Czarwitch at Biela. — There has not been any severe fighting before Plevna since Wednesday last. It was reported that there was another battle on Saturday, but it proved to be only another version of Wed nesdays conflict. — The bombardment of Plevna continues. The Russians are forti fying themselves. — The Russian Staff :is cen sured for refusing reinforcements (tq';Sk6be loff , whose division was nearly annihilated. —The total loss at Plevna were 13,000 Russians and 3000 Roumanians. — The Mon tenegrins have captured Bilek. — Tho bom bardment of Plevna continues. General Chevnet is marching to the...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. 1 During the past week tho weather has been mild. Occasional, showers continue to fall, which keep the country fresh and green. From the general appearance of the weather plenty rain still hangs about. There is a fine spring in pasture, and those runs that are not over-stocked have a good supply. Sheep are loo Jung much better, and are yet free from disease. There has been a strike amongst the shearers to the south, but it is not likely to affect operations here. Tho local fat cattle market has just received an influx of 115 head, purchased by Messrs. Mackenzie and Archer, and brought over from Bathurst. They are in prime condition, and intended for local consumption. In the produce market there is every likeli hood of there being a change for the better. Hitherto there^ has been considerable diffi culty in obtaining supplies ; but Mr. P. G. Myors, auctioneer, of Goulburn, has arranged to forward consignments to our market, and by advortisoment.it ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'We have received two letters — one signed ' Cootamundra' and another from 'A Poor Cocky' — criticising the letter by ' Veritas' in the T. and A. Times. They are well and sarcastically written, and would doubt less be interesting ; but we do not wish to give un necessary annoyance to the principals in the literary and judicial warfare; and as these have virtually cried 'Hold, enough,' we can afford to leave the matter at rest for the present. COOTAmIuERALD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1877.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, OCT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Sunday, Oct. 7. Cootamundra, 11 a.m. ; 7.30 p.m. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m.— Rev. W. Cocks. . WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, Oct. 7. Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. — Rev. W. Hill, Young Jindalee, 3 p.m. — Ditto Cootamundra, 7 p.m. — Ditto. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, Oct. 7. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. G. Gough. {£3^ The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons.

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26. BEFORE Mr. J. B. Hurley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Sept. 26. ^ Before Mr. J. B. Hurlev, J.P. Henry Herron appeared charged with stealing from the person. From information received, Senior-constable Parker arrested prisoner on the 25th instant. He stated that prisoner on arrest gave the name of Herron, and M' Grail (the man who had been robbed) identified prisoner as a man who was in his company when he last recollected having the money in his possession. Witness sent for Mr. J. Jones, who identified prisoner as a man who had bought some clothing at Messrs. Barnes's store. Prisoner made no reply to his question as to how he came by the £o note which he tendered in payment for the clothes. Witness then charged pri soner with having stolen the sum of £12 from the_ person of John M'Grail, and brought him to the lock-up. Having made the customary search, he found on prisoner the sum of £5/2/, a purse, pocket-book, and other, articles. M'Grail identified the pro perty as his. Witness then further charged him with ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

That Sir Hercules Robinson is not much of a favourite with the great mass is a fact that cannot be denied. Governors appointed to colonies which are under responsible govern ment must he very circumspect as to their mode of procedure, nor must they attempt to carry with a high hand that which is declared by the voice of the people to be extreme. In the late political crisis could any intelligent being marvel at Mr. Buchanan using such strong terms against the Governor as he did. ±Le said : — It was high time for every man to speak his mind, for the fantastic tricks of the Governor were endangering the very life of their young colony. The Governor's fecks ?were doing the most incalculable mischief, and affairs of State from the top to the bottom thereof were in a state of confusion, and running absolutely to seed through the ignorance and want of capacity on the part of that official. It was high time that Parliament adopted an address for the instant removal of the Governor (hear, h...

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RAPID ADVANCE OF EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

EAPID ADVANCE OF EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. ( New York Tribune. J ? The English people are working out the problem oi common education with great vigour. If late beginning, they are making up for their tardiness by extraordinary ef ficiency. In seven years the accomodation for pupils, in schools to which annual grants are made, have risen from 1,878,584 to 3,426,718 places. Of the number of children between three and thirteen years of age, and likely to require elementary schools, 4,606,544 —nearly all are provided for. The cost of this rapid advance, as will be readily _ sup posed, has been very great. _ Forty millions of dollars have been spent since 1870 on the ' Board Schools' alone; at the same time, the supporters of 'Church schools'' have taxed themselves freely to sustain their sys tem. The church schools have also State help, so that by voluntary subscriptions, local sales, and national grants the English are spending enormous sums for the better education of the masses of peopl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

'Matthews Brothers ~\jn ISH tlie public to know that they have JUST RECEIVED a Jf\ SPLENDID VARIETY of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. FmiffTS ! FRISTTS I PRI3STTSI Of Newest Pattern — very cheap. Lace Stripe MUSLINS. Satin Check and Printed ditto. Danish. LUSTBES. Japanese SILKS, and other varieties of Dress. A splendid stock of Infos' Braided PIQUE PELISSES. A fine stock of Children's ready-made Clothing. Ladies' Costumes, Skirts, and Underclothing. A choice selection of Trimmed Hats from the best millinery establish ments in Sydney Large Mushroom and other untrimmed Hats Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing Sillc and Light Tweed Coats Fancy Drill Trousers and Vest Boys' Suits Men's large Straw Hats Some nice Leghorn ditto. Grocery and Ironmongery Department. This department will be found well stocked, and the prices are extremely reasonable. Some splendid TEAS very low. WOOLPACKS TAR, BOILED OIL SHEARS, &C. Ullp53 The whole of the above having been bought for CASH places the propr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. f&T Established 1869. Incorpo^^^^^^^^^rliament. George DIEECTOES:/T^on. S-. D. Gordon, M.L.O., Chairman; Hon. Sir G. W. Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chaixman ; H. G. Alleyne, Esq., M.D. ; John* Dayies, Esq.,' M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, Esq. ; M. B. Pell, Esq., B.A. _ The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses Tables of Eates, and full information on all points of interest to intending proponents, can be had on application to MR. PRANK MOORE, agent for Cootamundra. By order of the Board, * * J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary * The Goulburn Herald AND The Goulburn Chronicle A SE now amalgamate, and printed by JlA- . steam. Ph^li^ii twice a week; double size on Satura'aW% ' The paper has-tla^e circulation amongst mercantile men, pastoraHsts, ^agriculturists, and stock-dealers. Goulburn commercial article on Saturday with all local items and prices corrected to date, auctioneers'...

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SEVERE SCHOOL DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

SEVEEE SCHOOL DISCIPLINE. At Christ's Hospital, or the Bluecoat School, which is celebrated all over the world as one of .the best educational establishments in Eng land, has got into disrepute lately through the suicide of one of the scholars, named William Arthur Gibb, who, it is alleged, was in dread of severe chastisement. The following reve lations are made bv an old scholar, writing to the Times (London) : — ' I dare say that old Etonians who remem ber what a ' birching ' from Hawtrey was, will laugh at the idea of a boy hanging him self to avoid a flogging ; but only old Blue coat boys know what a Christ's Hospital flogging is. Fortunately, I was never flogged myself, but as long as I live I shall x^jjer forget a scene that I witnessed in the ca^J of another boy who had been flogged. He vfa^ a small and delicate lad, by name Blount, and he slept in the bed next to me. A big boy had compelled Blount to go and bring him some lumps of sugar out of the monitor's sugar-basin. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

IIolloway's Ointment and Pills. — For the cure of burns, scalds, wounds, and ulcers this justly celebrated ointmont stands ?_ . unrivalled. Its balsamic virtues, immediately ' * on application, lull the pain and smarting, protect tho exposed nerves from the air, give to the vessels the vigour necessary to heal the sore, and confer on the blood a purity which permits it only to lay down healthy flesh, in place of that destroyed. IIolloway's pills, simultaneously taken, must assist the Ointment's purifying and soothing power. Together those medicines act like a charm; no invalid, after a fair trial, has found thorn fail to roliovo his pain, or com | plotely cure his diseaso. Tho combined ac tion of the Ointmont and Pills, in all dis orders, ^is too irresistiblo to be withstood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

Extraordinary Discoveries made by the Government Veterinary Burgeon 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 excelled. THE SCOTTISH HIGHhND OIL Is immediately absorded into the blood, changing its dull Hack hue into a brilliant red, possessing aJELeli^rce nervous force, which may be apremulous motion in the muscles, w mfcen instantly relieves a great, many jtjRtul disorders, which render life wtoemmle. We have offered a few cases to illustrate the marvellous action of this Oil. / rpTTTH GLENCAIRN SCOTTISH OILS Will reduce in a very short time any kind of swelling or enlargement in Man or Beast. CATTLE MEDICINES.— PLEURO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Virus, Cumberland Disease Virus...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 10th October. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

THE LAND. 11 LAND SALES. I AT COOTAMUNDEA. , §j. On Wednesday , 10 th October. « Country Lots : II -Lots A to YY, portions 21 to 73, from SI 53a up to 320a, c. Bland, p. Tumbleton, on 11 and near both banks of Long Eeach and 81 Berthong creeks, and extending south-east- 81 erly from M. Eutherford's conditional pur- II chases Nos. 6, 7, and 8, about 8^ miles at 8] intervals to the northern boundaries of W. ll Collins' conditional purchases Nos. 95 and II 96. Geraldra run. £1 per acre. ll Lot ZZ, portion 4, 80a, c. Clarendon, p. II Ulandra, lying about 34 chains north-west- jig erly from E. Weston, jun.'s conditional pur- ll chase No. 3 of 100a. Cootamundra run. U £110 per lot. 11 Lot AB, portion 41, 40a, c. Clarendon, p. 11 Bute, adjoining the eastern boundary of T. IJ Hyland's conditional purchase No. 40 of 11 40a, and part of the western boundary of conditional purchase No. 39 of 40a. Coota- 11 mundra run. £1 per acre. in Lot AC, portion 24, 63a, c. Harden, p. 8 Muttama, on the lef...

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