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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, OCT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, Oct. 16. Cootamundra, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. Wallendbeen at 3.30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, Oct. 16.. Jindalee, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto Wallendbeen, 7 p.m. — Ditto PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, Oct. 21. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Rev. J. Spalding. The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

IMPORTANT DECISION. At the late Quarter Sessions, held at Cooma, a question of importance to free selectors was decided by Judge M'Farland. A man named George Mackay was charged with having, on the 27th of September, 1877, at Cooma, made a declaration that he had re sided continuously on a conditional purchase of 2S0 acres at Brigg's Creek, in the parish of Cootralantra and district of Cooma, from the 2nd January, 1873, to 2Sth April, 1874, — i. — AiA -u„ ? n WJULUIUCIO JUU U1U. 1JL \JU OU JLCOJLUt/; ttO JUtJ -Yt/Al knew. Under this information the prisoner was indicted for committing wilful and cor rupt perjury. It aj)peared that the prisoner took up a selection of 280 acres at Brigg's Creek, near Gededzerick. Over three years subsequent to taking up the land, he made a declaration that he had resided continuously on the said selection from the 2nd of Janu ary, 1873, to the 28th of April, 1874, when the land was transferred to Samuel Mackay. The Crown Prosecutor said the only thing...

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

REMOVAL. 'COOTAMUNDRA HERALD.' THE BUSINESS connected with this Journal is NOW REMOVED to the ! new premises, fcr Next London House. COOTAM^^ERALD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1877.

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POETRY. WITH A ROSE IN HER HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

POETRY. WITH A ROSE IN HER HAIR. My own, it is time you were coming, - For the ballroom is flooded with light, And the leader impatiently humming The valse they begin with to-night I But the music, the flowers, and the lustre Lack completeness when you are not there, So hasten to join Beauty's muster With a rose in your hair. 'Twas thus I first saw you, my own one ? As adown the long terrace you paced, You had plucked the white rose— a full blown one— Which amid your dark tresses was placed. Then my heart blossomed forth like the flower To see you, so young and so fair, As you stood in the shade of the tower With a rose in your hair. And for aye, since that moment enchanted, My life, both in sun and in storm, In sorrow and joy, has been haunted By an angel in feminine fonn. Yet I can't— though 'tis constantly nigh me— Describe all its loveliness rare ; But I know this— it always floats by me ? With a rose in its hair. And then you remember— (come nearer, A word in that ear— like a s...

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

THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. THE OPENED A BRAN01I'^t (pctaniundra for the transaction eOU/usj^l banking business. AGENOIES^tt^mgbout the world. The Branch is^mder the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T.^., IVIMY, L.A.O.L.,M.ra.S.i^;L.M.B.S., (A legally QjttaknedMledical Practitioner,) MAY be consul^d DAILY at the Star Hotel, Coommundra. Strongitharm & Mackenzie, STQg^^gMieJf, -2/ convEnyci^^ioisr agbitts, COOTAMUNDRA. ? ? 1) ? MR. JOHN RUSSELL, SOI&^S^R, j/y Attends Cootamujrffra everyUourfc day. Sign writer, House-painter^ and DecjjMjat^v^ Paperha?igen mwc Glazier , COOra^O^NDRA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch.' 'Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. 0^ Charges Moderate. T. M. EYANS, Wholesale & Retail TOBAOQg/rXST. ; Cl^frCol^dtion of JEWELLERY, / FANCY GOWW,^ STATIONERY, / MEERSCHAUM PIPES, / , &c. &c. &c. {£j?» Every ^Article Guaranteed Genuine. ^43) Prices Moderate. \* Canvasser fo...

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NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

NEWS BY CABLE. f FROM TIIE DAILY PAPERS.] Sept. 22.— General Ignatieff is in disgrace, and has gone to Kiev. Gambotta's sentenco has been confirmed. Nothing official has been hoard of Mehemot Ali's movements. The E. M. S. Tanjoro arrived at Gallo to day, the 22nd. The E. M. S. Assam loft. Galle for Australia yesterday, tho 21st. Sept. 24.— The accounts of last Friday's fighting near Biela wore greatly exaggoratod. The Turks admit that the action was indo cisive. Tho attack was made upon tho Eussians' entrenched positions, at bhairkoi Chcrkona, commanding tho road to Boila, and was successfully repulsed. Tho position of Mehemet Ali's main forco is unknown. Tho Gaarewitch is receiving large reinforce ments. Hlevna is nearly surrounded by tho Eussian forces. Hafiz Pasha has roachcd Dubrek with supplies. The convoy was at tacked by fifteen battalions of Russian in fantry, and three regiments of cavalry, and were 'defeated according to Turkish accounts. Osman Pasha has been urged to make...

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THAT DEAR CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 October 1877

THAT DEAE CHILD. By Mark Twain. 'Well, to explain to you how that frightful and incurable disease, membraneous croup, was ravaging the town and driving all mothers mad with terror, I called Mrs. M'Williams's attention to little Penelope, and said, ' Darling, I wouldn't let that child be chewing that pine stick if I were you.' ' Precious, where is the harm in it ?' said she : but at the same time preparing to take away the stick, for women — that is, married women — cannot receive even the most pal -? pably judicious suggestion without arguing if. 'Love, it is notorious that pine is the least nutritious wood that a child can eat.' My wife's hand paused in the act of taking the stick, and returned itself to her lap. She bridled perceptibly, and said : ' Hubby, you know better than that. You know you do. Doctors all say that turpentine in pine wood is good for weak back and the kidneys.' 'Ah! I was under a misapprehenson. I did not know the child's spine and kidneys were affected ?' '....

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. By Cousin Will. Thursday, October 18. The assizes are over once more, to the sor row of some and the gain of others. His Honor Sir James Martin, chief justice, pre sided. Donohue (for a fearful murder) re ceived a sentence than which no higher can be awarded — death. The jury had heard sufficient to find him guilty — in fact the pri soner's own advocate did not doubt that he Tm/l rwrnmifWI fhfi r.rimo. n.l+,hmif»h he ro comniended him to mercy on the ground of insanity, which, however, was not regarded by the jury. Several medical men stated that it was quite possible for an individual to be perfectly sane in every respect but one —that is, it was possible for a man to be under an halluneination in one particular, and that while under such halluneination ho could not bo held responsible for his actions ; but at the same time, in every other respect he might be perfectly sane. So the Government have to just handover £260 to Messrs. Chisholm and Stuclcey for al...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

NEWS BY CABLE. [from the daily papers.] : London, Sept. 26. I The Daily News and other special corres I pondents repofct that tho greatest discontent I ; and discouragement prevail at Russsian i head-quarters ; and that the success of the j 'Russians is regarded as hopeless unless there ! ? be a change in the personnel of tho staff. I ,6, The seige of Plevna is at a standstill for want !;.H; of shovels. I . ? Sept. 27.— The losses of the Russians and Roumanians before Plevna have been ascer _ tained to be 21,000, not 27,000 as previously | ^reported.— An unofficial report states that lljihe Russian centre before Plevna was at ||lacked on the 25th instant, and defeated Mmth.. heavy loss. — The - Russians have been Ipbompelled to fall back south of Jogdyi, with itmeavy losses. — M'Gahan, the special corres Wfedent of the Daily News , reports that the -'^^iiaiis before Plevna are profoundly dis V;^nrl by their want of success. Their , success now is regarded as hopeless, whilst the hea...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

!„ LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From, oar Telet/raphic Correspondent. ) ft' Saturday, 12.15 p.m. fij ^ Mii^I'homas Garrett (who has been danger || a^ously ill) is better, and hopes to address his $£ ^ constituents next week, p' ^%fcThe extension of the railway to Coota \ P. mitjjfdra is to be opened by the Minister for !?i 'W-*;ks on 1st November. & ' J^fhe Conference has concluded it's labours, PS and.lfelebrated the event by a banquet last 5 4* ? ..I'l . a , ii t i mgnt^ i i-ir. ur. ivaams, me delegate irom -;'AIbiiry, occupied the chair; Mr. R. II.. , -'Roberts, delegate from Murrumburrah, the vice-chair. Many public gentlemen were invited, but electioneering engagements pre cluded attendance. , . ;|®Ir. J ennings will not contest the election i ftp Argyle. Mr. Warden retires from public xMifefc and Mr. Thomas Richards, another local ^Haeitor, is announced for Shoalhaven. London-, Oct. 10. ) Chefket Pasha, convoying munitions of ; war and provisions to Plevna, has succeeded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

I '?&&*? jfcDOTAMUNDBA HERALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1877. £|Mr. Loary's address, wo regret to say, has $not yet reached us, though he has sent a ;|%nessage to say he starts this afternoon on $fcis election tour. We issue an extra this ^afternoon to give publicity to the election f advertisements. It will be seen Mr. Leary | and Mr. Gormley will both address meetings | here on Wednesday next. In rolVronco to btHei; matter of stockyards at tho raihniv, the !;/;6^cretary of tho Vigilance Committee wrote ^o ']^ Leary about it; and wo have plea -^Me in publishing tho following telegram \r®£ved in reply : — ' Cattle-yards to bo ''ftrnffm at once.' Tho Department lias dofi intely fixed the date of the opeuing of the ! riii|^Kiy, viz., tho 1st November.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

Electoral District of the Mur rumbidgee. ''TVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in JL l pursuance of a Writ dated loth. OC TOBER, 1877, under the hand and seal of His Excellency Sir Hercules George Robert Robinson, Governor-in- Chief of the Colony of New South Wales, directed to nie as Re turning Officer for the Electoral-District of the MURRUMBIDGEE, Ji^Jreg^fiat an Election bo hflM^fer^j^^f^rurn of ONE MEMBE^^^a(^a£-jS^me Legislative As sembly -5^h-y*(fcy®0sy-?for the Electoral District oJ^MuJRilTOMBII)GEE : AJSM3LIC MEETING of Electors of the syjdlHElectoral District, for the purpose of nominating a fit and proper person to serve as a member for the said Electoral District in the Legislative Assembly, -wall be holden at the COURT HOUSE, Fitzmaurice-street, Wagga Wagga, at NOON, on MONDAY, the twenty-ninth day of October instant. In the event of more members than one being then nominated, and a poll demanded* and the Election contested, the POLL the said Electoral District will be taken ...

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POETRY. BOIL IT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

POETRY. BOIL IT DOWN. Whatever you have to write, my friend, Wether witty, or grave or gay, Condense as much as you can, my friend, And say in the readiest way ; And whether you write of rural affairs, Or particular things in town, Just take a word of friendly advice Boil it down. For if you go spluttering over a page, When a couple of lines would do, Your butter is spread so much, you sec, That the bread looks plainly through. So when you have a story to tell, And would like a little renown, To make sure of your wish, my friend, Boil it down. When writing an article for the Press, Whether prose or verse, just try To scriblc your thoughts in the fewest words, And let them be crisp and dry. And when it is finished, and you suppose It is done exactly brown, Just look it over again, and then — Boil it down. For editors do not like to print An article lazily long, And the busy reader does not care For a couple of yards of song. So gather your wits in the smallest space, If you'd win the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

' Mutual Life Association of Australasia. fcfr Established 1869. Incorporated by Act ff Parliament. George and Wypysfid. Sidney. T\IRECTOlJl75v^n. k^Gordon, I 7 MfQc., Q&anTnay; Hon. Sir Gr. W. Allen ,/TJL . 7jJ ep^y - chairman ; II. Gr. Alleyfre, Blsq.J M.Dm John Davies, Esq., M.L.A. ; »3. l/i/kinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, Esq., B.A. i j ? The first /ffice in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses Tables of Katos, and full information on all 4f points ' oy 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 ' Is there no hope 1' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head. ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ' JEgroto dum animas est, spes est.' ? DR. L. L7 SMITH (The only ^felly qualified medical man ad * , ^vertising) consults On all affeotiQjjgjJfci^qrvous system (no matter from whatcaSseS^mg) O...

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MURRUMBURRAH. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

MTJRRUMBUERAH. (from our correspondent.) October 5. 'We cannot now complain of want of rain as during the past month rain, in more or less quantities, fell on twelve different days. It is really a pleasure to see the earth again with verdure clad. A gradual improvement in stock is everywhere around us observable, particularly in sheep. In a few days pre parations will be made for shearing on the ? ? ? t ? ? ~ i ? ttUHUlUUb UIUUUU US, ctuu X UUiltJVtJ ULUIO JLtftB greasy wool will be sent for shipment this year than last. Several water reserves now contain water, which will enable stock holders to have washpens got ready for the changing ..of wool preparatory to the clip. I have been informed that a piece of land that had been sown with prairie grass and another with lucerne, in this district, has failed, and the cause has been attributed to the fly, an insect particularly destructive in instances of a new crop. Household vegetation is springing up well and the present aspect of affa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

/ repeal/ ' VtamiSa mir mill/ BUSIm?SS connected with this X ^Journal is NQW EIa^IOVED to the now/premises, / ^-#5' Ne:p London Itoiise. S TE^APEl^OE SALE. yy Office of this journal. NOW READY, In One Vol., 8 vo, cloth , 4.10 p(,(Jes- 20 Coloured Plates , PRICE, 15s. Postage in Victoria Is 6d, Intercolonial 2s 6d. CONSTITUTIONAL SYPHILIS BEING A Practical Illustration of tho Disease in its Secondary and Tertiary Phases. - BY James George Beaney, F R C S E. Formerly on the Medical Staff of Her Majesty's Military Forces, the Turk ish Contingent, and Royal Vie to* 'an Artillery Eegiment. Senior Surgeon to the Melbourne Hospital. PUBLISHER: F. F. BAILLIERE, 104, Collins-street East, Melbourne. QPINIONS OF THE PEESS. 'Dr. James George Beaney, a Fellow of of the Eoyal College of Surgeons (Surgeon to the Melbourne Hospital, and to her Ma jesty's troops in the Crimean War), has just published a very important work on ' Con stitutional Syphilis,' being a practical de scription of that terrib...

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THE PROPOSED UNHOLY ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

THE PEOPOSED UNHOLY ALLIANCE. The Echo, commenting upon tho Selectors' resolution on the above, says ' The bans of marriage between the Working Men's Defence Association and the Cootamundra Free Selectors' Asssociation are not likely to be published. The tender offer of the latter has been formally declined, and the projected union will not take place. We publish elsewhere a telegram which clearly exhibits the position of the countrymen, i They deem the proposed alliance an undesire able one, because their own single object is to obtain a reform of the land law and its adminstration, and because they deem the principles of the Working Men's Defence Association to be unpatriotic and selfish. This is plain and true speech ; and if the other free selectors' associations should fol low the the lead of Cootamundra, they will lift themselves considerably in the esteem of all intelligent colonists. The people of this city who are agitating for payment of mem bers, anti-immigration, and pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

TERMINIJS^ HOTEL j1 ZBE^3Ee,03E»»3C3Q,aC,0I6»9 EG&to intimate to the residents of Cootamundra and district that lie has NOW OPENED those neat and commodious premises known as the TERMINUS HOTEL ^ so called because J of its being the nearest hotel to the Railway Station — immediately I a£ opposite. It is also the nearest hotel to the Pttblio Recreation Ground, V and for all purposes conveniently situated. b; The admirable position of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as n the BEST HOUSE FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, b and no effort or expense will be spared to make it acceptable in every o: f - other respect. ^ — ? ? — ? a The Very Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. £ -? FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. WILLIAM DA VIES, IMPORTER OF GENERAL MERCHMDISE, ; ? WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DRAPER, GROCER, IRONMONGER, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, &C., &C. AND WOOL BUTTER. W AUSTRALIAN STORES, W GOULBURN. To Stand this Season, at Mut tama Reef, The Thoroughbred Horse CH^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

Extraordinary Discoveries made by the Government Veterinary Surgeon for the cure of human beings. Lumbago, Bheumatism- Gout, Bad Legs, Defaraied Feet and Hands, AFTER^jiremoMhs of careful observa tionTwe ^^^rorced 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 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 YIEUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Yirus, Cumberland Disease Yirus, Red Water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

» S^cond^Etlitio^i. HAVINJ& receive/ a telegram/ from Mr. P. L O'Donn&l (who is nn Sydney) informing ufe that Mr . )LE ARY3 S ^ADDRESS to his constituents hap been postal to us, we intend ^fatig an'EXTJRA tliife (Tuesday) aftornocpT fiTat our readers niaV have the earliest optfm'tunity-q/ perusing uf. Advertisers who with to availVliem^elves of tho extie, sheet wiltf please serfd in their orders before 12 o'clo^i. f TO THE ELECTORS - , MURB1S0SDGEE. MR. JAMES GORMLEY (President of the Murrumbidgee Eree Se lectors' Association) WILL address the Electors of the Mur rumbidgee Electorate at the follow ing places, on a^day tp he naujed , in .next issue:— * GUNDAGAI COOLAO JUGIONG COOTAMUNDRA BETHUNGKA, and JUNEE. -/p JfjwpiniitUm. DR. during the present month will vaccinate' the .children of this district at his own residence or elsewhere on receipt of notice. .' 0^* Notice. ANY person orratfJjoris ftrtmjjd'irpossession of my' shfljOvft^ ea^jalfrks altered or brand deface...

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