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

Majjtthews Brdfehers WISH thejpublic to know that they have JTjW RECEIVED a SPL3MDID VARIETY of -v /spring and summer cood\ IE*:g»i:Kr^B7£S Z 'JE^'JELXlSf'FSt ! Lace Stadpe MU^fDY^T Satin Check and/rrinted ditto. Damsli 'LIJSTBES. Japanese SIIJLS, and \ other varieties of Dress/ A splendid sftek of Infants' Braided PIUUE PELISSES. A nnwstock of Children's ready-made\Qlo thing. Ladies9 Costumes, Skirts, and Unwbrclotliin^ A choice f election of Trimmed JSats from the best jftillinery establish menis in Sydney m Large Mmshrooin and other untrimmed Hats m Men's, ifcys', and Youths' Clothing I Silk and luight Tweed Coats I Fancy DrlU Trousers and Vest \ Boys' SuitsV \ Men's large n(±raw Hats \ Some nice Leaiorn ditto. ? \ Grocery Jaiid Ironmongery Dep»tment. This department will be found well stocked,«ind the prices are extremelyJreasonable. Some splendid TEmS vert low. WOOUJPACKS / I TAR, BOILED OIL / I *srfEARS, &C. IHHI5* TheWhole of the above having been Bought for CASH plac...

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

rpHIS is to certif^hpft tlie Partnership . JL .hitherto subfSa&na^fiftw^n the under signed^ under the stfle/f mrfhfod O'Brien, has been dissolved. / / ^ 'Witness— 7I11ED. Pi/k^tone. ' Cautioil to Sheep Warmers. I hereby cailtion all ofersoas shearing my sheep, or if any war dejfemg my brands or ear markflf that ttfyy&ti- be prosecuted. Brands— B on back, (fcrald lamp black ; Y fire brand on each side of Mice, top of V to wards bridge of nose. Also, I bes^o giya notice that all strange sheep no-« i#^^/possession will be taken out of mj sZ-*^whon brought to the shed for the Jp/rpose of shearing, and will' be returned jfc their lawful owners, if known ; if not, /dll be impounded at the public pound, Xethungra. 'A. J. A. BEVERIDGE, Dollar Vale. Clarendon. 7 £1 Re^rd. ~ y Q^ Jtk fro n /Cootamundra : — One kJ (Jre/JDraug itff IiORSE, branded JG (blot|lleM*ve^y -ver 0 near shoulder. One Say B|/«xE tolyv r 0 overjA|4 near shoul db^,H over O6ffi shoulder.1, 10/- each will , b...

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THE LOCAL CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

THE LOCAL CONTEST. Writing upon the merits of the two candi dates for the Murrumbidgee electorate, the Gundaf/ai Times of Friday last says :— ' As we write the only candidates for the Mur ruinbidgee are Mr. James Gormley and Mr. Leary. Of the two we have no hesitation in sajdng we greatly prefer the latter. We believe that although Mr Leary has proved himself far from what could be desired. Mr. Gormley would be much worse, particularly as he comes forward avowedly as a nominee, .?not siniply'of a' section of tho community, 'but of a section of a section, for the Free f&'olectors' Associations are not at all unani mous in electing him. Thoy appear to re gard him pretty much in tho light of a wolf in sheep's clothing, for with all his frothy sympathy with the 'poor free-selectors,' and his abhorence^of squatters, he is a crown lessee himself, and* doubtless does not scruple to use those artifices which pastoral tenants sometimes adopt.' Mr. Leary's arrangements were to leave S...

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

Hollow ay' a Ointment and Pills.— Gout, Rheumatism, Sciatica.— These maladies are alwayt in n-cor less connected with disorder or disease of the digestive organs, hence the facility with '-which they yield to Jlolloway'a remedies. Temporary alleviation immediately follows the proper application of this soothing' Ointment, while the Tills, taken, internally, reduce Ihu dises'tiyo functions to order and avert all iniliuriinalory tendencies. Nervous invalids will derive ease and consolation from the iullucncc of these medicaments, whiuh are free from uiwcury and all noxious ingredients. Holloway's celebrated ?pintment and Pills present, at a triflin;' ouUuy, tlio meausj of presorvinj^ the health or uprooting diseases which havn assailed the body through uccident, luxury, indolence, or other cuilscs.

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 7.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 7.20 p.m. The nominations for East Sydney passed off without the slightest disturbance. The show of hands was in favour of Messrs. Parkes, Greenwood, Davies, and Dixon. At Mr. Dibs]s.^meeting, held on Saturday ni-^ht, there*Va|;yery riotous conduct, and the can didate was'not allowed to speak. Blood was shed, and the niob cleared the jjlatt'orm ; but no one was seriouslv hurt. The Hon. John Davies was violently assaulted on Saturday night, and the ruffian was to-day sentenced to two months' imprisonment in gaol. To day was a half -holiday and Wednesday and Thursday are to be holidays for the civil servants in connexion with the election. London, Oct. 17. Great Turkish Defeat. — A Russian official statement has been received, which says that a great vicory over Moukhtar Pasha near Ears has been secured. The fighting was continuous, and the^Rusians maintained an obtinate assault on the Turkish entrenched positions...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England :— Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wallendbeen, 3 p.m.— Eev. W. Cocks. Wksleyan :— Jindalee, 11 a.m. Cootamundra, 3 p.m X Wallendbeen, 7 p.m.— llev. G. Thompson. COOTAMUNDRl HERALD. . . TUESDAY, 00T0BEE 23, 1877. .

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

Southern 7m\ CiHintics CRimM DMOT. THE TJNpERSIGNED begs / inform Cricketers that the iirst ol! trl- season's importation^ CRICKETING G|)ODS di rect from tup best EnglislijjiakorsJts now to ?hand ex Carlisle, ai^gS^^*^_-\r---- - Cobbetjrl best ^^^r^trt^^EJeV most foTSuritomaireout I Match S^ll&r^ne very finest that am be madVand superior to those raually sold ot best f Compound! Cricket Balls § Good andjjrdinary Bats, Men's,^jFouthsY and Bpys' t rV, Leg-guams, Gloves, Scoring-Boflks arid Sheew, &c. , &c. , &c. \ {d=* A fewWresentatkm Bats, with \ilver shieldsa)|d green baize covers. I J W. E. RILEY, I Southern ofbunties Cricketing Derpt, / Auburn- street, Goulmirn. (Cf* Ordeiweceived by Messrs. Briwn and Pinkstone, Hmld office, Cootamundra. %r Xoticc. EARUe^^NG. THE ASSQ^fATIoSTiaving secured the consent of the^strMceepers in town have the pleasu^$V/Co/annbiin\e that on and after the 5th NffiJJnW lftd^their STORES will be CLOS] i»Iit G pin., Saturdays...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Tiikre lias been little change to report iu the weather during the past week; occasional showers stilly continue which are proving most beneilcial. All reports from the surrounding country arc very favourable. Grass is said to be plentiful and the condition of stock very good. Several teams heavily laden with wool have passed through en route for Murrumburrah. Much inconvenienco has been occasioned here by the delay in the opening of the line, which has caused an extra journey by teams of some twenty miles. One lot, however, we hear, has been for warded on from hero by trucks. ? In reference to the Goulburn market, our correspondent writing on Thursday last says, during the past month the weather has been somewhat changeable, being an inter mixture of' clouds. and sunshine — showers and sunshine I should say. . We have had cold weather and hot weather, windy weather and calm weather, wet weather and fine ' 1 weather, agreeable weather and disagreea...

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OPENING OF RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

C OPENTNfl 01? IUTTiWAV. The Works Department having definitely fixed tho date of the opening of the extension to Cootamundra, the committee entrusted with tho carrying out of tho demonstration have made up to the present all arrange ments possible u ml or the short notice, and they hope to complete them in such a way as to ensure success. On their behalf we make an earnest appeal to the public to give them their best support and oncouragoment. An^ advertisement in our- present issue supplies particulars as to tlio. event; but we may add that with reference to the banquet, the services of the best caterer, in the colony (Compagnoni.) have been secured ; and that, in response to tho. express wish of a number of persons, tho committee are arranging for the nccommoJalion of spectators at the 'ban- quet , in order to give ladies and others an opportunity of hearing the speeches on the occasion?^ Appropriation /Act.— The itorns which we clipped from the list of estimates a fort night ago...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

' Before the meeting of the Conference ..proper of delegates representing the ; Selectors' Associations (a summary of whose proceedings we reprint from the JSeho) there had been a mixed meeting of representatives of the Worlringmen's De fence Association, the Eeform League (Northumberland), Trades and Labour Council, and the Free Selectors' Defence Association, mustering between twenty -., and thirty in all. The chair was taken ? pro forma by Mr. Ninian Melville, head ; centre of the 'Workingmen's Defence As sociation, who made an oily speech. He - said they had called the conference for the purpose, if possible, of bringing about united action, not only for the present. election, but for all future elections, until a broad and fair policy had been adopted ?by the Parliament and the country. They 3A - were anxious to know the opinions of j| their friends, the selectors in the country, » '*'? . with respect to the amendments which . . ought to be made in the land law of the colony Th...

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

Al Dir^M A DA A HE I x& :es Tia: o ~%r j&» jlb . rpHE ALBION AEOADE (T. ]*I. EVANS'S), a new and elegantly finished JL Emporium, is NOW OPENED, opposite Mrs. Angove's Albion Hotel. £3f' Don't forget that he has removed from his old stand ; and that he will be happy to find all his Old Friends and Customers shift with him. '^ ALBION 1 p 0 0 s i 0 D 0 i 0 T. M. EVANS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Tobacconist, Dealer in Fancy Goods, Clocks, Watches, Jewellery, &c, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. TTVT T7 DESIRES to thank his numerous friends ? -LtJL ? JCi ? and never-failing supporters for the very handsome patronage they have accorded him during the past two years ; and to assure them that every effort in his power will be made to deserve a continuance of the same. He also desires to intimate that he has JTJST RETURNED FROM SYDNEY with a stock of endless variety, embracing — TOBACCOS. ImporteaAAjnerican Raven T^ist Barrett's wi& Boomeraig^.ldmatic Our PetsA WV Belle o...

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

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. npHB above Ba&p b.s\j&^&&$]$D A X BRANCH -J^Cootojp^ndra for the transaction of all usuaUdmking business. AGENCIES throtfghout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETEIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T.^jG. IVIMY, L.A.O.L., M^0;^[L.M.B.S.) (A legally QuaHfie^klBDedical Practitioner,) MAY be consisted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitharm^Sri^IajjkCiizie, CO3^3Sffl:i^0fo3Sr AGENTS, COOTAMUNDRA. MR. JOJjtNRUSSELL, Buim^f^^^g^yoUNG, Attend»*'Cootamundra every Court day. Sign-writer, U^c-mjjjtipr, and Paperkamjw apa Glazier ', COOTAJTONDRA. ALL orderp^xecuted with the utmost , despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. %, **iW- — - — {j^ Chakge's Moderate. T. M.. EVANS, Wholesale & Retail TOB^CCOJXriST. —^W!oiceJ^Uection of FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c. &c. &c. (C?» Every Article Guaranteed Genuine. -4S& Prices Moderate. **...

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

Opening of the Hallway to Cootamuiulra ON THURSDA Y, NC^EMER 1. ? ? /COMMITTEE'S iMafe/ements arc .-—First V-» a FOEMAy OTMtfNa of the Line, and Procession ; rn^cy immediately followed by a BANQUET^ be held in the Goods shed; the whole to/ conclude with a BALL at night. The Line m to be opened by the Minister for Public/ Works, the Hon. E. Combes. Joseph Leary, Esq., will preside at the Banquet. Ticket for Banquet, 21/ ; for Banquet and Ball (double for. the latter), 35/; for the Ball only, 21/- double ticket. The committee are arranging for lady and gentlemen spectators at Banquet, for which tickets may be obtained 3/- each. {£?=- Tickets at the stores. POWERFUfBRASS BAND Engaged for the whole. E. BAENES ) Joint P. P1NKST0NE ) Sees. BAZAAR. THE Bazaar will be held in the Church of England. Schoolroom on the Day of Opening of k the 'When a v/ffb collfctiok of aitf del «j|/itility and taste ?pU. renf&red, con wshfg : — ' Plain! Jd Ifency jClofl in\r ?' ' Picture! y I Tea Seil...

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FREE SELECTORS' CONFERENCE. MONDAY, OCT. 15, [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 October 1877

FEEE SELECTORS' CONFERENCE. Monday, Oct. 15, The conference of delegates from the selec tors' associations in the colony commenced at the Imperial Hotel, Wynyard-square. There were twenty-eight delegates present, amongst them being Mr. H. Ferrier, Coota mundra; Mr. E. G. Adams, Coolac; Mr. R. H. Roberts, Murrumburran ; Mr. Forster, Marengo; Mr. J. Boulding, Yass; Mr. J. Gormley, Wagga Wagga ; and Mr. George Adams, Albury. The last named gentleman , was voted to the chair. A question arose as to a plurality of votes, and it was decided that one delegate should represent only one association. workingmen's defence association. It was moved by Mr. Waugh (Walcha)v 'That the proposed amalgation with the working men of Sydney emanating from the latter be not adopted.' Seconded by Mr. Stennett (Cobargo). The following amend- . ment was moved by Mr. Pigott (Moama) and seconded by Mr. Killen (Yanko and Jeril derie), 'That this delegation cordially co operate with the Workingmen's Defence Asso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

JOHN BARTER, Manufacturing Tinsmith ani- Galvanized Ironworker, Parker-stroet^^^^undra. SPOUTING', Gut^ring, Ridge -capping, Baths, Pumps, &c., made and fitted. Iron Tanks made to any size, from 100 to 1000 gals, and upwards. Timvaro of every description made on the premises. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. WAS4TE PAPER^OR SALE. Office of this journal. NOW READY, hi One Vol., 8vo, cloth, 470 pages, 20 Coloured Plates, PRICE, 15b. Postage in Victoria Is 6d, Intercolonial 2s 6d. CONSTITUTIONAL SYPHILIS BEING A Practical Illustration of the 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 Vic torian Artillery Regiment. Senior Surgeon to the Melbourne Hospital. PUBLISHER: F. F. BAILLIERE, 104, Collins-street East, Melbourne. QPINIONS OF THE PRESS. 'Dr. James George Beaney, a Fellow of of the Royal College of Surgeons (Surgeon to the Melbourne Hospital...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

BEGS to uatfimate to the residents of Cootamundra and district that ie has NOW' OPENED those neat and commodious premises known as the TERMI NUS HOT EL » 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, r and for all purposes conveniently situated. ] . ; The^a^niirahle position of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as ] the' BEST HOUSE FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, 1 and no effort or expense will be spared to make it acceptable in every - . - other respect. The Very Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. V- ; ;??? FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. WILLIAM DA VIES, IMPORTER OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE; \ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPER, GROCER, IROMMOIVttER, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, &c., &C. , . AND 'WOOL BUTEE. ;^ ^TJSTmLIAN STORES, CJOULBURiV. To Stand this Season, atMut tiuxia Reef, ? The Thoroughbred Hprsc ^ yy ' , HE is a ]black,J*tfse, stiffs 16 hands 2 inches...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

? ? I ? ? Dingy Dingy Spring Races, To be run on Dingy Dingy Racecourse On FRIDA Y , Wi November, 1877. Judge : Thomas Teoy, Esq. Starter : Mii. A. Dbmpset. Stewards : Mksshs. Gkokge Davidhok, A. M'Ivenzie, T. O'Brien, A. Dempsey. M. Daoey, M. J. Mullaly. W. A. O'Brien, ?v Treasurer : Mr. W. F. Scott. Clerk of the Scales : S/C /is Mr. Thos. O'Brien. /&(//£ First Race. / Maiden plate, of 10 ^vs. for ail horses that have never won an ad vertised prize ; distance, one mile and a quarter ; weight for age ; winner of two-year old stakes excepted. Second Race. Squatters' Purse of 15 sovs., for all horses, to be handicapped by the ste wards or whom they may appoint ; distance twice round the course. Third Eace. Ladies' Purse of 8 sovs., for all horses; distance one mile and a naif ; weight for age. Fourth Eace. t~~~ ' Flying Handicap of 7 sovs., for all horses, to be handicapped by the stewards or whom they may appoint ; distance, one mile and a half. Fifth Eace. Hack Race of 4 sov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

I^LECT^ES, be not deceived.^ Sir 1L V PaiTtes has stated that he /kill NOT sit if eleetryl. Then vote for LExEY, who lias prnvey your friend. Don't be\lisfrnn chised b\/voting for a statesman : blit vote for LEAEY. J OTE for LEAEY, who has/ worked werf for you. I O ET jE^QRS, rallj-^^ltid vour\riend O LEAEy. yy — ^ j IEAEY/the mp^Cwho has never n^ected J you/inter^!^: / \\T HOX.li a ve we to thank f-/ the im * 7 prowments of the town anxl fhstrict ? Why LEAEY. \ TEAEY/nd equitable Land Laws j— Who J wou/d not pledge himself but/vill act conscientiously ? ? Why LEAEY. Zhen vote for him. \ A 'O LECTOHS be not deceived bV specious 1. J promi/es. Deeds are better than emptv words. j V E earn1, at tho POLL and \f)to for LE^ftEY, who has honestly ro]/-es( nted you. 1 QUPPO|TEES of Mr. LEAEY nAt this Kj (TUESDAY) ovening at the hlbion Hoto^, at 8 yclock. Y-; Importer of Cricketing €5oo-ls, GOULBURN. AGENTS for Cootamundra : — Messrs. BEOWN AND PINKSTONE. AMERICANNOVEtfiEST ORIE^&eT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

The Sight Preserved! Blindness Prevented! SPECIAL NOTICE! v Im J. I. lOSBITEAL OCULIST AND AURIST, i . i! Has arrived at Cootaimmdra, and may be consulted at Dacey's Emu Inn, for six days only. sj. QPINIONS OP THE PRESS. THE EYE AND THE EAR. It is both possible and probablo that many persons, intelligent and well meaning, would prefer to suffer ophthalmic or auricular dis ease than consult Professor Rosenthal, now practising in this city. But we have to look at the matter through a very different pair of spectacles. Professor Rosenthal has, what is in the first instance a necessity for an operator, a good steady hand, and his mani pulation, during the most delicate work he is called upon to perform, is of a very scien tific character. Every delicate instrument of art that science has recently made known is used by him. His surgery, at the Metro politan Hotel, is replete with articles calcu lated to be of use in his profession. We are \ quite satisfied that he could, if he wished, te...

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WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 October 1877

WAGGA WAGGA. (li'ROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Wagga at the present time is very dull, al though as regards business it is not in an infinitely better 'condition than the majority of the inland towns of the colony are just now. . On the Thursday morning, the 18th, a fine steady rain set in which continued without intermission till the following morn ing at daybreak, when it ceased. During that day the sky was threatening, but only one or two' slight showers fell. The wn.nf.W during the past few days has been beauti- , ful and sunshiny in the daytime, and pleasantly cool in the morning and oven ings. Tho few days' steady rain that fell last week had a beneficial effect on ve no tation, and the hillsides and flats in aiwl around the town are now clothed in a garb of the most luxuriant green. Cattle and sheep are in good condition, much' to the de-' light of the squatters and the gratification of consumers. I hear that both up and down the river there is the same marked improve ment as regar...

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