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

imiMXL. THE BUSfflNE^Sconnectoa ?with' this Jouri^is NOW EEMDYED to the (KrNcxt London House.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

B^^Proprxetor, EGS to intira^fce to the residents of Cootamundra and district that he Jkis NOW OPENED those neat and commodious premises know / as the TERMINUS HOTEL. so called because of its being-Hie nearest hotel to the Railway Station — immediately opposite. It is also the nearest hotel to the Public Eecreation 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, j and no effort or expense will be spared to make it acceptable in every ( other respect. The Very Best Brands *** Brandt Kepi in Stock. FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. WILLIAM DA VIES, IMPORTER OF^NERAL MERCHANDISE, WEKf&^ALE AND RETAIL DRAPEB^HaOCER, IRONMONGER, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, &.G., &C. AND WOOL BUYER. ^AUSTRALIAN STORES, « GOULBURN. .3^ , To Stand th^^^ny^OTt The Thoj^gj^re«!iOTp^^/_ OH-^rCJE. HE is a black horse, stands 16 hands 2 inches high, and for hone and sinew cann...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 17th October. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

% AT GUNDAGAI. V- I On Wednesday , 17 th October. 8' Country Lots : 1 Lot A,\-jiartion 173, 26a, c^ Clarendon, p. 8 ICimo, adjacent to^est^^feou3?dary of Mary 8 E. Wood's conditional purchaso No. 154 of 8 40a, and adjoining the southern boundary of 8 E. Jenkins's conditional purchase No. 172 of 8 320a. Nangus rim. 8 Lot B, portion \107, 40a, c. Harden, p.. 8 Bongongalong, adjoining the western Tboun- 8 dary of conditional purchase No. 104 of 40a, 8 and part of the southertu boundary of con- 8 ditional purchase N'Q. lO^ of 160a. 8 Lot C, portion 278^3a lr 18p, c. Harden',' 8 p. Coolac, adjoining the- eastern boundary of 8 P. Sullivan's conditional purchase No. 251, 8 and the southern boundary of portion 266. 8 Upset price, £1 per acre. 8

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CHARGE OF CONSPIRING TO OBTAIN A CROWN GRANT OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

CHARGE OF CONSPIRING TO OBTAIN A CROWN GRANT OF LAND. ( Abridged from Yass Courier. J William Monctjr Wallis, of Sandiwells, near Young, and James Henry Wallis, of Sydney, on Friday last appeared on summons at the Yass Police Court, to answer to an information in which they were charged with unlawfully and fraudulently conspiring to ; procure from her Majesty the Queen a grant of land. The magistrates on the Bench were Mr. Yates, P.M., Dr. Campbell, Messrs. Williams, Hall, Barber, Castle, and Perry. Mr. William Foster, barrister, conducted tho prosecution. Mr. Pilcher, barrister, Sydney, instructed by Mr, John Shepherd, solicitor, Sydney, defended Mr. J ames Henry Wallis. M^r. Scarvell, of Messrs. Gordon and Scarvell, Young, defended? Mr. William Moncur Wallis. Mr. JameC Herbert Smith, from the office of the Crown Solicitor, was also in attendance. The information was to the following ef fect : — That 'William Moncur Wallis and James Henry Wallis* on the eighteenth day of April, 187...

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

QOWfeWSimfi DELEGATES from (32jiyfwllo3»^g\Pree Sectors' and SettleiVjfssocijmons wftlbe held ihw Sydney on the ysm proximo viz :j- 1 Albyfy, Young, Myrutoburra^ Yass, Gren^ell, Mudgee, 'jpgga W^ga,_ and several others whose implies are ixiavoidably The co-operatioi/of all kinch\d societies who have not bee^already comniunicated with is eaj^estly invrEeji. I By oi*£ct of copamitj«e, M BENTLTOT, /Sec. W. wip. S. A. W^iga Wagga, ^ept. 25, 1877. v. ifmiaiimiidr/ Free Selectors'/ y /^ociation. * THE Meal^er^^^onifflBlleo-ei^he above willXplel^^take /*otice that the MONTHLY MEETING/ will take place NEXT/THURSDAY, rfo 4th of October, at 2 p.m., at the Albion Hotel, Cootamun dra. A. N. TAYLOR, A. Hon. Sec. Cliristeh^ly^^ainuiiclra. V 2ld- in aid of the\ Isyldj Church on the day of jjjoe openi/fg/frfli-7 Railway. / WILLIAM COCKS, Yicar. ° ! I TTE gpglf&Rjflcffihas commenced to siipplyJ^IuS^ILK to the families in CootamulMra, six days in the week, price 4d. per quart. ? ? JOHN WEBB. ...

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LAND LAW AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

LAND LAW AMENDMENT. 1 The following is the text of a bill to amend - the Lands Act . of 1861 and the Lands Acts ! Amendment Act, 1875, introduced in tho Legislative Assembly by Mr. Garrett : — ! ' ' The thirty-first section of the Lands Acts j Amendment Act, 1875, giving persons a ! pre-emptive right to purchase provisionally land intended to be improved is herebv re pealed. in ail cases where the improvements I made thereon by a conditional purchaser in I fulfilment of the conditions of improvement, I or by a pastoral tenant in compliance with I the provisions of the Lands Acts Amend- I ' mont Act, 1875, shall amount to the value of | ten shillings per acre, or by a conditional ip' purchaser of crown lands for mining pur- v poses to the value of one pound per acre of the land to entitle him to purchase by virtue % of improvements, the same shall be deemed ; sufficient for all purposes declared by tho said acts respectively. ' After the passing of this act it shall not be lawful for...

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POETRY. UNTIL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

POETRY. UNTIL DEATH.' Ma^t! me 110 vows of constancy, dear friend, To love me, though! die, thy whole life long, And love no other till thy days shall end Nay, it were rash and wrong. If thou canst love another, be it so ; I would not reach out of my quiet grave ?To bind thy heart, if it should choose to go — Love should not be a slave. My placid ghost, I trust, will walk serene In clearer light than gilds those earthly mourns, Above the jealousies and envies keen Which sow this lane with thorns. Thou wouldst not feel my shadowy caress, If, after death, my soul linger here ; Men's hearts crave tangible, close tenderness, Love's presence warm and near. It would not make me sleep more peacefully That thy wert wasting all thy life in woe For my poor sake ; what love thou hast for me, Bestow it ere I go ! Carve not upon a stone when I am dead The praises which remorseful mourners give To women's graves — a tardy recompense — But speak them while I live. Heap not the heavy marble on my h...

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

I THE Gj/U BANK, TT-TE a^v^^3ank has OPENED A BEANCJf at Cootamundra for tho transaction ojftll usual banking business. I AGENCIES throughout tho -world. Tho Branch is under tho management of Mr. J. I. PETEIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. Jf./oJ- i V I my , I L.A.C.lQM^O^^ajid L.M.B.S., I (A LEGALis^iftjlUrad Medical Practitioner,) ? li/TAY be consulted DAILY at the Staj^' 1 T I Hotel, Qootamundra. L G. DONOVAN, * P x t/m -s^eet, ^ I '{gf* .Aynds Cootamundra ever^Fourt day. MR. JOHN RUSSgU., (Attends Cootfiftindra Wery Court day. 'US# ^ Sigu-writci^^Q^y^unter, aiul iPaperWm^fjfand Glazier , COOf^RUNDBA. I A LL orders ^executed with tho utmost ,B| jl\. dospatch. K Vehicles painted upon tho shortest notice. g|j (3^ Charges Moderate. 1 T. M. .EYANS, g; WholesaleJc Retail I TPB^jyofclST. i JEWELLERY^^^^T ^ I V FANCY GOODjaf * I STATIONERY, I . f MEEKSCHAUM PIPES, I ° V . ^ &c. &c. &c. B Every Article^Giiaranteed Genuine. Jp) lre Prices Moderate. %* Canvas...

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DEATH OF BRIGHAM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

DEATH OF BEIGHAM YOUNG., We take the following account of his life and career from ' Men of the Times' : — ' The leader, prophet, and ruler of the Mormons was born at Wittingham, Vermont, June 1, 1801. He was the son of a farmer who served in the Eevolutionary wa,r. Naturally artful and cunning, he acquired education enough to give him a plausible address. He at first connected himself with the Baptists, and for a time preached in that connection, though he was never ordained.. In 1831 or 1832 he removed to Ohio, then under the leadership of Joseph Smith. His shrewdness and energy soon gave him in fluence with the ignorant and superstitious adherents of Smith, and he was chosen one of the twelve apostles in 1836, soon after made their president, and was sent out to make converts to the Mormon faith. He was with the Mormons in all their troubles and contests in Missouri and Nauvo Illinois, ?and as their most efficient manager, natu rally became their leader when Smith was killed. He ...

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MR. BRIGHT AND SIR CHAS. DUFFY. To the Editor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 October 1877

ME. BEIGHT AND SIB OHAS. DUFFY. To the Editor of the Argus. Sir, — By the June mail I forwarded to Mr. B. Potter, member for Eochdale, your report of Sir Charles Duffy's speech at the dinner to the Hon. John Young, and requested him to hand it to Mr. Bright. By the mail just arrived I have received an acknowledgment from Mr. Potter, and the enclosed letter from Mr. Bright, which I have permission to pub lish. — Yours, &c., Sept. 13. Edward Langton. Eochdale, July 31st, 1877. Dear Mr.* Potter, — T thank you for sending me Mr. Langton's letter of the 10th of June from Melbourne. By the same mail I have three other letters on the same subject on which Mr. Langton has written to you — one from the Secretary of the Free-trade League of Victoria, one from Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, and one written at Suez by Mr. John Young, of Montreal, to whom the banquet at Melbourne was given. I need not tell you that I am surprised and amused at the stir which so small a matter has caused among ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

T^Sros' HOTEL . Proprietor, BE&S 'tp intimate to ^ the residents of Cootamundra and district that he has NOW OPENED thos6 neat and commodious premises known as the TERMINUS HOTEL. so called because of its being the nearest hotel' to the Railway Stations—immediately opposite. It is also the nearest hotel to the^Public BecreatjiAj Ground, and for all purposes conveniently situated. \ v . I The admirable j osition/of the Terminus^tolel should/stamp it as the BEST HOUS E FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, and no effort or expei iser will be spared to make it Acceptable in every ? ' other respect. ./j / .The '^Jery Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. FIR^T-^LASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. \ * V WILLIAM DA VIES, IMPORTER OF , GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WIOLESALE AND RETAIL : DRAPER, GMtllR, /IRONMONGER, WII^^SPIF .IT^It^GHANT, &c., &c. 'WOOL BTT^IEIR,. — . — — - w AUSTRALIAN STORES, jb «OIILBlIR]V. To Stand f his Season^ at Hut [jfcaxia R eey The \m«on)?hhrect/Horse ci|TOa'CE. HE i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

B|ANE/4ND I t I It ( H A/IjL oiaers le|mrmrs, Ango ro^Albion j\ Hotel will ibe epeoutod on £He shortest notice an -j most reasonatyejfcrm^ / / Sons of Tempfcpuil'e. ^ , A %EETINfe o^the Oifor will be held in J\m the v^ijpimQ Metaodiflt ' Church on WEMNESTMi' evening at a o'clock, for the purpose oB/ initiating me*ibers, . electing office®, &c. I . \ Allfwho areldesirous of ;] oiling the Order are requested 16 attend. | . ? limits Bakinffl^nvclejL*. ^ MESsds.1 B^D^Alto JOTCHELL, ' Thai : lu^t's^aMagJ^ivder is excellent and unsui pas^eu byaM^clorted or manu factured i ^the colonyJs.M | Sold ry where. 1 Factory \Goulburn. / f TMPOUMDED at Bethungra oa/lst day JL of 0-lek-r 1877, from enclosed land, Cooba, by /der.of W. H. jJ$dfins,Esq. , damages an I driving | /- feachj^- f . Roan Stqor, TI nlaJ nfirip.t near ear marked^S x I I / \ %Rod Steer, S J near lum. 1 On same /day, Mi Billalong, by order of Mi R. CleOTs«i, damages aiid driving 6/- e/ch : — 1 f 1? YollowanR White Poleyll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. Estabmshed 1869. Incorporalek bit Act of Parliament. PRimttPAL OFFICE, George and/lJKWnyard Streets, Sydney. DIwhTOsMh he Hon. S. D. Gordon, MtJuJEIl Gpoirman ; Hon. Sir G. W. Allen L ,lD eputy- chairman ; H. G. M.D. ; John Davies, Esq., MX.^^||SrT)ickinson, Esq. ; M. B. Pell, Tlw first offica in tfiiso-NColonies to free life assurance from ^^ttssjmg restrictions. Eighth Annual \ jjk^iiT, Prospectuses Tables of Rates, at . WJ information on all points of interest fttpMending proponents, can be had on appfl fcafton to MR. PRANK MOORE, agent ^HflooVamundra. By order of tMlBoarciV JVC. REMINGTON, \ Secretary ' Is there no hope 1' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head.' ' 'While there is life there's hope,' .lie cried. ' JEgroto dutn animas est, sj-es est' DR. L. L.~ SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults -i On all affections of the Nervous system (no matter from what cause arising) On all Broken-down C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 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 aro forcod to admit that the public of Sydney aro offered a lioaling agent for the above, and other diseases common to colonial life, which we are perfectly sure has never been excelled. I1 EE IE 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. h GLENCAIRN SCOTTISH OIL$j , 'Will reduce in a very shormtm^e a-ny kind of swelling or enlargement in ^laii or Beast. CATTLE MEDICINES.— PtEURO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Virus, Cumb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

Matthews Brothers 'TTTISH the public to know that they have JUST RECEIVER / V V SPLENDID YAEIETY of I // SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. T/(? PRINTS ! FX&XNSrS ! PEI1TTSI Of Newest Pattern — very cheap. Lace Stripe MUSLINS. Satin Check and Printed ditto. Danish LUSTRES. Japanese SILKS, and other varieties of Dress. A splendid stock of Infants' Braided PIQUE PELISSES. A fine stock of Children's ready-made Clothing. Ladies' Costumes, Skirts, aiul 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 Silk and Light Tweed Goats Fancy Drill Trousers and Yest 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. The whole of the above having been bought for CASH place...

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FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. Tiie usual monthly meeting of this associa tion was held at the Albion Hotel on Thurs day afternoon last. There was a large num ber of members present. j Mr. F. Pinkstone, in the absence of the president, was voted to the chair, who stated that the special business of the meeting would be to elect a delegate to represent the association at the approaching conference to Violrl ftwl-nmr L/O JJ.giU AAA WJ UilVJ ? The Secretary (Mr. A. N. Taylor) read minutes of the last meeting, which were con firmed ; and also drafts of letters he' had sent to tho Coolac and Albury Associations, and a printed circular he had received from the latter stating that the conference was to be held in Sydney on the loth instant. Proceeding to the special business, it was moved, seconded, and carried unanimously that Mr. H. Ferrier be appointed the delegate to represent the association at the conference. Mr. Ferrier acknowledged the compliment paid him. He should do everything in ...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 5TH OCTOBER. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th October. Before Mr. W. Love, P.M. Fanny Hammond, brought up 011 warrant issued for her arrest, was charged with un lawfully having in hbr possession moat supposed to bo that of stollon cattle, without boing able to givo_ a satisfactory account of how she came by it. Mr. Gordon (of Searvoll and Gordon) was retained for the prosecution. The accused was undefended. Air. Gordon, having in a short speech stated his case, call the first witness. John Bourke, poundkeoper and butcher, Murrumburrah, deposed : He bought some fat cattle from Mr. Osborne, of Kangaroo Valley, and they were delivered to him on tho 19th September last from tho railway trucks ; placed them in his paddock at De mondrille Creek, ten or cloven miles from Mrs. Hammond's; on tho Friday, 21st ult., ho missed two head of his fat stock ; he gave information to the police, who went to the paddock with his brother ; received certain information, upon which lie caused a search warrant to issue; he we...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 11.45 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. f From our TelearmJiic Correspondent. ) Monday, 11*45 a.m. Local news uninteresting. Electioneer ing movements have commenced. Mr. R. B. Smith, consents to stand for the Hastings. A meeting in favour of Mr. Lloyd lias been held at Newcastle. Mr. William Officer is a candidate for the Murray. Several are announced for the Murrumbidsree. London, Sept. 27. The wool sales have been characterised by many fluctuations. Late improve ment barely maintained ; competition irregular; trade somewhat affected by present' state politics. Oct. 1. The report in the Times, that the Aus tralian Governments' were negotiating- for ? the purchase of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company's Cable, has been declared by Mr. Michie and Sir Julius Vogel premature. Bombay, Oct. 3. .Mouktar. Pasha has obtained a com plete victory afc Nedjuran, and driven the ^Russians beyond the frontier. Bombard ing to the eastward of Plevna continues.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. SATURDAY, 6TH. BEFORE Mr. W. Love. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Saturday, 6th. Before Mr. W. Love. ' Heartneady x. Walker: Trespass and damage of sheep, £10. Mr. Gordon was re tained for the defence. Plaintiffs evidence, in the opinion of the bench, failed to prove the full amount of alleged damage ; and after a good deal of evidence his Worship, gave a verdict for £2/2/- expenses and cost's added. Heartneady v. Connell, similar charge, damage laid at £10. Mr. Gordon for de fendant. A similar verdict was given, £2/2/, expenses and costs. Hammond v. Whalen, no appearance of plaintiff. Defendant swore the summons was served on mm Dy J ames iiaminona, ana he appeared in answer to it. Verdict for defendant and £1/1/- expenses and costs. Mackenzie and Archer v. Leahey, £2/9/2. The verdict for amount and costs. . Samev. Lindley, £2/6/11. Defendant ad mitted. Ordered to be paid in three instal ments, commencing that day. Forbes v. Elkins, £5/15/10. Verdict for amount and costs. Same v. Harris, 6/10. Verdict for amount and costs. Same...

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PAUL PRY'S RAMBLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

PAUL PRY'S RAMBLINGS. The vicinity of the railway-station appears to have developed into a fashionablo resort for Sunday afternoon promenades, but on what account there appears no obvious roa son. From a casual glance at the building a nd surrounding grounds a visitor is scarcely likely to be impressed , with their beauty; nor indoed is there anything about tho vici nity so notable as to justify the attraction. The general appearance of tho locality is viicfin nnrl ill n in tvifli four +'»inflirfls ing or inviting. It is conspicious for tho absence of trees, foliage, shrubs, or flowers ; there aro no secret bowers for the conveni ence of young and fascinated couples, nor such green and shady walks as are usually selected by the old and more sedate ; whilst the foot-paths are narrow circuitous and rough. Still under these circumstances of disadvantage it has rapidly risen to repute, and as regularly as Sunday afternoon comes round numbers of pedestrians aro to be seen wending their w...

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