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

Selections.— The following were the transactions at the local Land-office: ? On the 10th, 50 acres on Combaning run, under 31st clause of Lands Act Amendment Act by Michael Comans. On 12th, John P. Fer guson, 115a 3r, Muttama; John Mulqueeny 110a, Bland; Mary Dwyer, 400a, Berthong! The following selections have been taken up at the Gundagai land-office Ronald M'Donald, 50a, Cooba; Elizabeth M'Alister 40a, Cooba; Frederick M. Bobinson, 40a* Cooba ; William Denoon, 420a, Eurongilly ♦ 0. D. Bardwell, 40a, Euadera , James Pol lack, 40a, Nangus ; Esther Smith, 50a Burra ? Samuel Watts, 120a, Euadera. * Deeds of grant in favour of the persons mentioned in the following list are ready for delivery upon payment of the assurance fee when not already paid to the Crown ianda agent ; applications for delivery (if in writ ing) must be attested by a magistrate * ? Thomas Broughtoix, Jugiong; Francis Llovd, Jugiong; P, J. O'Donnell, Coolac ; W. O. Windeyer, Wantiool. t H°llow ay's Pills and OnmiEN...

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GOLDBROUGH'S MONTHLY CIRCULA[?] Melbourne, October 3, [?]77. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

GOLDBItOUGH'S MONTHLY CIRCI/LA* MelTHdu'ne, October 'Wool : Transactions during; tflf ^'onUSjiywc bjflk few and' unimportant, aud there 9 to^c any business done worth noting until x^t^Mpng flfrtlio tpgu lnr sales of tho season. Our advides rwRji^ed fi'fafu ^onaon per ' telegraph, dated September '21, respecting th'e pro gress '.of' tlu: August-September sales, Report prices for most{descriptions as being about equal to those ruling at the opening of the series ; scoured' crossbrcds being, 'how ever', ?weaker. The home and foreign buyers appear to be operating very cautiously,' the latter - nO doubt, being in fluenced by tho political complications in France. Out of some 25,000 bales offered up to the date of our advices alidut' 20,000 had-bcen withdrawn. — The new clip is now coming in freely, and we have already a considerable quantity in our warehouses ready to olfer. The date Of the' opening of the sales has not yet been fixed, the broken - weather having retarded shearing operat...

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GENERAL RULES OF THE FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. I. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

GENERAL RULES OF THE FREE . SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. I. That the name of the Association shall be the 'Cootamundra Free Selectors' Association.' II. That an entrance fee of one shilling and the subsequent subscription of one shilling monthly (payable in advance) qualify for membership. Five shillings paid in advance will be accepted, as a half-yearly subscription. III. That the executive of the Association shall consist of a President, Treasurer, Secretary, and nine members of Com mittee, duly elected by ballot, in whose hands the sole management of the Asso ciation shall be vested. IV. No member shall be entitled to vote at the election of office-bearers unless en rolled three months previous to the date of such election and good on the books. Y. The office-bearers, viz., President, Treasurer, Secretary, and members of Committee, shall be elected by ballot at the annual meeting, and shall hold office until their successors are appointed. Only those who have paid their subscription f...

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

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. THE above OPENED A BRAN^^/^it /J/ootairmndra for tlie transaction ofall usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management' of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, * 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. I VI MY , L.A.C.L., M.&gk, (A legally Qug^fiai. Magical Practitioner,) MAY be cWfted^miLY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitliarm, & Mackenzie, STOCK^S^c™^^ conycnyEissroir agents, COOTAMUNDRA. MR' Attends Cootaxgjrindra every Court day. Sign-writer, JH^s^^iiiiter, and Decorirtor, Paperhanger and Glazier , COOTAMTJNDEA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. 0^ Charges Moderate. 'T. M. EM, 'Wholesale ^ TOBACCONIST. Choice Collection of JEWELLERY, FANCY GOODS, ? STATIONERY, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c. &c. &c. 0^ Every Article Guaranteed Genuine. Prices Moderate. %* Canvasser for the Cootamundra Herald. I Mackenzie & Archer, Wholesale ^g^^^^...

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PROTECTION IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

PROTECTION IN VICTORIA. ( Times , August 8 .J In any discussion of characters or opinions the absent are proverbially at a disadvantage. The authority of Mr. John Bright has been quoted confidently at the Antipodes in favour of a protective policy. Mr. Bright himself is more amused than indignant at the impos sible charge. His friends, it appears, have treated the matter more gravely, and he has received letters from various quarters asking him what it can be that he has really meant or said. The controversy arose in this way : — Sir Charles ttavan Duffy, the well-known member of the Victorian House of Repre sentatives ; a freetrader by old conviction, but condemned to pass his life among pro tectionists, has so far modified his earlier views that he has been approved as Speaker of the most strongly protectionist Assembly tho colony has ever seen. This gentleman, and some both of his political friends and political opponents, -were present at a dinner given by the Melbourne Chamber ...

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YASS CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. BEFORE his honor Sir James Martin, Chief Justice. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

YASS CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday, October 2. Before his honor Sir James Martin, Chief Justice. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY. 'William Moncur Wallis and James Henry Wallis (on bail) appeared to answer a lengthy information in which they were charged with having conspired to obtain a crown grant for two hundred acres of land situated at Tumbleton Falls, county of Bland. The defendants pleaded not guilty, and were defended by Mr. E. Butler (instructed by Mr. Shepherd) and Messrs. D. Buchahan and J. H. Want (instructed by Mr. Scarvell). The Crown Prosecutor gave a brief outline a-P r\ noca nr\rl cjqttqi'qI im+nociciAa \JJL VXJS3 u/uu. ovvoiwx yyxuu whose evidence has already been published in the Yass Courier. Mr. Butler took frequent objection to the course pursued by the Crown Prosecutor, and on objecting to the putting in evidence of the depositions of the defendants as taken at the Land Court of Inquiry, the Chief Justice stated that the Crown ought not to press these documents in evidence, but if...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

. | ' ? SYDNEY' PRODUCE MARKET. Mr.' Cxuaham Coulter's retiort for the -week ending Oatobeiyll ,. , ' ' t,; ; ... /;.\ , ? Since' my report last week, the 'majze. 'market 'has met an; increased deiwind, owing to gradually decreasing sup pUos, and tho doubtful state of tho weather, to which the iidvanoo last weok was attributed, Somo largo lots have been sold at 8/2, but for small lots, 3/3 can bo quoted. There is very little now in the market, and for this reason oxports are much limited. Barley and oats are very quiet, no sales of importance having been made. Ureadstuifs are very dull although no change in value can bo reported There have been no sales of either wheat or Hour of any importance. Lucerne hay is unaltered : oat, en is slightly firmer, but no change of price is noticed. Potatoes arc in hotter demand, and an advanced price is now ticked. In daii^ produce prime butter in very (inn at i)d. The same prioo is obtainable; for medium qualities, and 7id to -Bjd for inferior. T...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

? COMMERCIAL. ? 'Herald. Office.' Mondavi' riir. weather still .continues conducive to farmers'' and' V pastoralists ; in fact tlic present season is 'commioniy'1,' ; s])i.ikon of as the' most* favourable experienced for some' ' time. On Friday last mild showers fell all day,' which/' s. was a pleasant' chango from the hot. days. preceding Since then the atmosphere has been mild. Preparations^^ noyi; being mailo for shearing, which will shortly )ie in full, , j swing. The condition of stock in the district is wonder- v'r |ully improving, and tho crops are' in a flourishing {conidf- ; ; tiort; ' '???? Mr. W. H. Tubman, Betliuflgra, repots haying sold/ion' '' ' the 4th instant, two tip-drays and two horsey and'harnese, ? : ' the whole realising £G1. . . .

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 14th November. SUBURBAN LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT. YOUNG. * On Wednesday , 14 th November. Suburban Lots : Lots A to XX, various areas, c. Harden, p. Wallendoon, at the village of Wallendbeen, prices ranging from £2 to £3 per acre. Town Lots,;, , , ?„ , 34 lots, various areas, o, ®^^^|P*^iWaUendoon, at the village of W^ue|iabeeii', at prices ranging from £8 to £16*p§racre.

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. LIST No. 16. August 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. -List No. 16; August 15, 1877. Parties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post Office, Sydney, arc requested to give the correct number of the letters, with the date and number of the list in -which they may have observed their names, as such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the country making written applications, in addition to the former particulars, arc requested to state where they expect them from, and auy other information tendiug to prevent an unnecessary transmission of letters. S1IIP LETTERS. 46, J. Gr. Gray, Cootamundra; 6, G. Kelly, Murrumburrah ; 10, David Mag'll, Cootamundra; 12, W. O'Rourke, Murrum burrah. inland letters. Cootamundra. — 13, C. Baker ; 218, Peter Bowna ; 83, Miss Margt. Mary Carroll ; 157, John Claydon; 219, Jas. Collins; 322, W. A. Cran ; 13, T. Dally ; 85, W. Glover ; 140, William HefTeron; 6, George Jackson; 11, Thos. Jackson, en.; 68, Thos. Keogh; 430, Alex. Murray; 155, James Price; 7, Mr. Sam...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

Church op England. — The Rev. Canon Soares, organising secretary of the Goulburn Church Society, will preach in Cootamundra next Sunday, morning and evening, when collections will be made on behalf of the funds. It may not be generally known that this society does good work in assisting tho stipends of Ministers throughout the dioceso, and also in grants towards the building of churches. As the society has generously promised £100 to tho church now in erection here, the Uanon should meet with a liberal response to his appeals. Bazaar. — We would call attention to the rare attraction that will be aiiorded by the forthcoming bazaar, which is to bo held on the day of the opening of the railway in tho Church of England school-room. It is well known that the ladies for months past have been indefatigable in their preparations for this event and that they have been as suc cessful in making and gathering a large,, varied, and valuable collection of useful and ornamental articles ; and, we ...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

LAPSED; CONDITIONAL . PURCHASES. TlfE undermentioned conditional-., and addi tional ^conditional piw'pbases of ' Iftnd .under the Crown Lands Alienation $..-$. of. 1861, have become lapsed through- hqurrfeceipt of the necessary declarations . or 'nonpayment of interest as prescribed by the Act-; ' and the lands will ? be offered -for ' sale' -as-' early -as practicable, by competition at publication, if hot in the meantime conditionally 'pur chased afresh, .which they aro liable to 'be, unless improved within the moaning of the ? said Atify— ? '^Cootamundra District. John Hines, 6 lots, 40a each. c. Bland : William Collins, 7 lots, 40a each, c. Bland; John Hay, 40a, c. Bland ; Richard T. Mit chell, 2. lots, 40a each, c. Bland; Charles Aj Guynne, 40a each, c. Bland. ? Gundagai District. Robert Allford, 2 lots, 100a each, c. Har den, p.' Cooney, 120a, do., do., and 320a c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan ; Waltor O. Wyn deyer, 40a, c. Clarondon, p. Wantiool ; An drew Henderson, ±0a, c. Harde...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

' Those who have once bowed tlieir knee to force must expect that force to be for ever their master.' This is one of Hal ' lam's trite dicta ; and in the late contre temps between our Parliament and his Excellency, the former seemed deter mined to profit by the lessons of its' great prototype. It is not to be blamed for fighting manfully for its privileges. .Had it yielded, the immediate conse mifinfifis would not have been serious : but a dangerous precedent might have been established. His excellency having given way to the House in the matter of supply, ?we have now a general election staring ?us in the face. From our system of triennial parliaments the representative chamber must have been dissolved by effuxion of time in two or three riionths : but it must be regarded as a relief that it has curtailed the term of its natural existence, even though it has come about by the process of strangulation. Satis faction should be general and supreme as regards the shortened period of ou...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

BELIGrlOUS SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday. Oct. 21. Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Jindalee, 3 p.m.— Ditto Cootamundra, 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. COOTA^^^ERALD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1877.

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CRICKET. COOTAMUNDRA V. UNITED CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

CRICKET. Cootamundra v. United Clubs. This interesting match took placo on Satur day afternoon, and, contrary to expectation, was completed before the stumps were drawn. It resulted in favour of tho Cootamundra Club with six wickets to spare. The full details which are given below speak for those ?players worthy ot' special mention, and further comment is unnecessary hero. There were some objectionable features connected with the game, which porliaps.it is advisable not to particularise ; but it is to. be hoped they will not occur again, as they arc calculated to mar the pleasure and manliness of cricket. The following are tho details of the match : COOTAMUNDRA C. C. Troy b Price ? 3 1 b w, b Price ? 4 Brown b Hobbs ? 12 not out ? 3 Matthews 1 b w, b Hobbs ...9 b Price ? ? ? 4 Hurley b Hobbs ? 0 b Price ? 7 Noble b Hobbs ? 2 not out ? 1 M'Carthy 1 b w, b Hobbs ... 4 Chapman c Hobbs, b King ... 7 Richardson run out ? 4 Dale b Price ? 4 Barnes b King ? 0 Pinkstone not out ? 0 b Trice ...

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

? ? .TT.TTiTi A —1 ? ? ? ? - ? (c^/ — ' ? ''''' ? DAY OF OPENING ^ j -&xS ,t wmm M SH Ml FANCY FAIR* j] In Church of England Schoolroom. -j'; geeat 'j ATTRACTXON A vast collection of articles of utility and] tastp will be offered, comprising : Plain and FanoH Clothing, Pictures, Tea Services, Glassware, Dolls, | Toys, Sewing Machines, Pier Glass, Lustres, &c. A model Steam Engine will be at work during the day, and a model Railway with real locomo-4 tive and train will run at intervals. | ADMISSION : ONE SHILLING. '1 Proceeds to be devoted to the Church of 'F.ngianrjj/ Building Fund. L Cootamundra : Printed by Brown and Pinkstone, at tho Herald ifohiae Printing Office. J

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 October 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. f From our Telegraphic Correspondent.) Monday, 6 p.m. The writs for the elections are issued. That for Yass is dated October 31st; Tumut, Murrumbidgee, and Murray, November 5 ; Grpulburn, October, 26 ; Argyle, November 1; Gold-fields South, November 12. Dr. Perry, Mayor of Yass, opposes Mr Fitz patrick for Yass Plains. Men are engaged staking out the line for the extension Redfern Terminus to Hunter cfroo-f The selectors' conference was, after a some what stormy meeting, adjourned till to morrow. Many delegates refused to amal gamate with the Workingmen's. Defence As sociation, except to assist in passing an amended land law. Mr. Ferrier, the dele gate from Cootamundra, urged delegates to withdraw from the room, and many left. Fourteen candiates are announced for West Sydney. . Mr. Whitton starts this week to survey the Cootamundra extension prior to opening for traffic. Early Closing. — It will be seen by ad- , vertisement elsewhere that the association' fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

I RtfMOVAl/ I 'COOTANPDRA H^ALD.' 3 rriHE BTJSlfojSS connect*/ with this i JL Journal is NOT REMOYED to the | new premises, / J (^r Next Condon Il/isc. The Ooulburn Herald p AND I The Ooulburn Chronicle ARE now amalgamated, and printed by steam. Published twice a week; W- double size on Saturday. i The paper has a^Sfcge circulation amongst I mercantile men, *&fwi-ytfi£&,8, agriculturists, I and stock-dealers. I Goulburn commercial article on Saturday | with all local items and prices corrected to | date, auctioneers' reports, &c. ; also Denili 1 quin and Dubbo stock reports. On Wed p nesday, Sydney, Wagga, and other stock HI and general produce reports. I JOHN BARTER, f| Manufactuein^/¥insmith and. H Galvanct^^i^rker, m Parker^reet Cootamundra. SPOUTING, Guttering, Ridge-capping, Baths, Pumps, &c, made and fitted. !| Iron Tanks made to any size, from 100 to H' 1000 gals, and upwards. Tinware of every P description made on the premises. 1 OKDEES PUNCTU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

BEGS to intimate to the reg^nfc^of Cootannindra and district ;' that he has NOW OPENED those neat and commodious premises known^as the TERMINUS HOTEL, so called because of its being tfe^fc-est hotel to the Eailway .Station— immediately opposite. It is also^he nearest hotel to the Public Eecreation Ground, and f or all purposes conveniently situated. The admirable position of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as the piEST^HOUSB FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, and no e&ftrt or eip^se will be spared to make it acceptable in every other respect. lUg* The Yery Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. FIRS^e^SS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. MP(JjkTER OF GENEBAL MERCHANDISE, I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ? DRAPER, fiROCEB, IBONMONGEIl, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, &.Q., &C. / ANB^ 'WOOL BUTEE. «r AUSTRALIAN STORES, jb GOULBtlM. To Stand this Sciispii^jit Mut The ThorousJrora-iHog£&^^' ? HE is a black horse, ''glands 16 hands 2 inches high, and for bone and sinew cannot be^urpa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

' Mutual Life Association of Australasia. g^- Established 1869. Inwrpowttdrfaj Act_q£. Parliament. George and WvSrod Streets, Sydney* D ERECTORS:— The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.O., Chairman; Hon. Sir G. W. .Alien, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H. G. ? AHeyne, Esq., M.D. ; John Davies, 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 Rates, and full information on all points of interest to intending proponents, can be had on application to MR. FRANK MOORE, agent for Cootanmndra. By order of the Board, J. 0. 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.' Dft.^;-LTSIVIITH (The only legally quair6$cl medical man ad vertising) consults On all affections of the Nervous system (no matter from what cause arising) On all Broken...

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