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RESERVES. WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

RESERVES. WATER supply. No. 1,262. County of Bland, parish of Yerai, area 640 acres, to include tho Gum wator holes. The crown lands within the following boundaries : commencing at the north-west corner of portion 21 of 200 acres, parish of Yerai ; and bounded thence on a pa^ of tho south by a line bearing wesj^ilRhains ; thence on the west by a lino SgjjlE^rnorth 80 chains ; thence on tho norlff^f^a linG bearing oast 80 chains ; thonce on the east jHi by a line bearing south 80 chains to tho north flf boundary of portion 23 of said parish ; and jB| thonco on tho remainder of tho south by a HI line partly forming the north bounda. 9|L portions 22 and 21 aforesaid boaring west 56 chains, to tlie point of comineneomont. fl| It Forms part of Moonbucca Run. IV No. 240 westerly extension. County of lil Harden, parish of Nurong, oil Doug-las creek, Um \ area, 5U- acres. Tho crown lands within He tho following boundaries: comuitviicing at Jfl|: the south west corner of reserve 240, as no- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

:TE^-1INU^ HOTEL. ik. BJpytPSSlf j BEGS to intimate to the residents of Cootamundra and district that lie lias NOW OPENED those neat and commodious ? premises known as the TERMINUSHOTEL, so called because of its beipg the, ja^rest hotel to the Railway Station — immediately opposite, aisJHhe nearest hotel to the Public Recreation Ground, ?. and for all pu^oseswIWeniently situated. The admirable positick of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as the BEST HOUSE FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, and no effort or expense will be spared to make it acceptable in every other respect. ? ? 'w The Very Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. ? , ? ~v — - FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. i WILLIAM DA VIES, IMPORTER ^mp^MERCHANDISE, ^ i^OLBpd!^ AND DETAIL IRONMONGER, ??-WINE &^SF*IRIT* MERCHANT, &C., &C. v'k. ; a:n-d v \ 'WOtbli BTJ'3TE±?,. . AUSTRALIAN STORES, tiOULBURN. To Stand this Searon* at Mut Th T?ma Rea*' mS* ; TTE is a hands 2 ? I~i inqHea high, and T ofMJfiryB and sinew...

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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES, [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RE SERVES,- That part of travelling stock reserve 547 , county of Bland, parishes of Moonbucca, Morangarel, Yerai, containing about 2$ square miles. Commencing on the southern boundary of portion 8, parish of Moonbucca, at its intersection with the south-western boundary of travelling stoctaserve 547, as notified 18th July, 1873, an&botijided thencc on the south-west by the soutlwwGstorii boundary of that rosorvo north-westerly to its intersection with tho south-eastern boun dary of travelling stock roservo 536, as noti fied 18th July 1873 ; thonce on tho north west by that south-oastorn boundary north easterly to tho north- eastern boundary of re serve 54 / aforesaid ; thenco on the north oast by that north-eastern boundary, south easterly. to a point beariiig south 77 degreos east from the point of 'coi&tyohceniont ; and thence on the south by a lino11 Rearing north t i _ degrees west about 45 chains to that point. i'OR PRESERVATION AND GROW...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Tin-: weather during the past week has taken a great change and instead of summer days we now have cold wintxy weather. Every indication of rain is visible, but the strong wind which prevails doubtless keeps it off. Shearing operations ti.ro now being busily carried on, and large consignments of wool two daily arriving for shipment to Sydney and other markets. Wo received on 'Wednesday the following telegram of tin important wool sale held by Messrs. Goldsbrough and Co. : — 'We offered 8000 bales wool at our warehouses this week, and sold 7800 bales at-advanced prices, greasy rang ing from 7d. to M^d. per lb. 19,000 bales greasy were Bold at from 12M. to 14jd. per lb. We quote washe'd wool at 15d. to 27d. ; washed lamb's up to SO^d. There was a crowded attendance of American, continental, English, and colonial buyers ; and splendid competition for every lot.' Messrs. Quail and Go. report having offered, on ac count of Mr. A. Mackenzie several head ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

CLARENDON SCORES CONryiNUATION Off SALE. Extraordinary Sale FAMILY /nT) HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY! MEW'S, YOUTHS', AMD BOYS' CLOCTHIMG, &C. &C. Begs to return ttfauks to the public for the patronage which has been accorded him during the first week of opening. \ J. Iv. is desirous of becoming a household wlord in this district for cheap and serviceable goods. j Agent for the celebrated brands of American Calico— Mount Hope, New York Mills, Emit of the Loom, and othemioted makers. For DRESSE^call and see John Kibby. For MEN'S CLOTH ING call and se/j. Kibby. \ prints V CALICO \ SHEETING- J LACE AND FANQtt GOODS GLOVES AND HOSERY YOUTHS' BOYS' BOOTS AMD SHOES TIES AND\SCARFS &o , &c. ^ ) GrR OCE il 7y . Call and s-He ray SUGARS. Every good house keeper knows/where she can get tlie best TEAS. Aty John Ki^by's.

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POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

POLLING DAY. l'liEius was some stir and excitement in town I ycistorday over the polling ; and wo were ! pleased to find by the result that Cootamun- j dra was true to horself and faithful to her fnond ; and that Gundagai also polled well for Mr. Leary. There are sevon other re turns to come in ; but these aro pretty sure to increase rather than decrease his majority oi 67, according to the present state of tho poll. Hurrah for Joseph Leary ! Tho following is the polling as far as we havo been able to ascortain : — T T Cootaniunclra. Gunddgai. Wagga. J- Doary : ? 149 ? .81 .... 135 JT. Gormley ? 14 ? 34 .... 170 Sir II. Parkes .... 4 ? 1 ... . 278 | : j: Report of Bazaar in our next, together | with other matters crowded out of our pre | sent issue. Wesleyan. — At tho Distiict Meeting held i on 17th ultimo it was resolved to rocouftijjgnd' to the Conference tho division' of the Young Circuit, and the constitution of Cootamundra and adjacent placos an independent circuit of itself. T...

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POETRY. BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES IN THE MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

POETRY. I BEAUTIFUL BROW EYES IN THE MOONLIGHT, j , By Gusiiek. In days long past, that like a tlmun . Still liaunt' me whercsoe'er I'stray, I've wandered by the running stream In, that dear laml so far away ; I've watched the dreamy moonbeam lend A fairy charm to wood and rill, And seen the star of love descend ? Beliind the elm trees on the hill. And, ah ! I was not all alone— A.graceful form was there to cliarm ; A little heart beat near my own ; A soft white hand was on my am ; ( While moonbeams (ling'ring to caress . The gently parted lips) looked down, And met the radiant loveliness Of eyes that were so soft and brown ! I thought that ne'er again for me Would eyes like. those so softly beam; A form like that I, ne'er -might, see Except in some bewitching dream. I deemed that ne'er again the light Of love would beam in other eyes ! The star that was so softly bright I thought would never more arise. But, far away from that sweet isle, . Beneath Australia's moonli't skies, The m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

p THE CITY BANK, \ I SYDN W'S | I np HE above B^T-?b OPENED A !i JL BRANCH at Cootamundra for the j 1 transaction of all usual banking business. ! 1 AGENCIES throughout the world. I The Branch is under the management of i Mr. J. I. PETEIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T.^G^IVIMY, L.A.C.L.,jOfC^r md L.M.B.S., I (A legally QtfalifidcL Medical Practitioner,) I ~\ff AY be consulted DAILY at the Star I JjJL Hotel, Cootamundra. | ? g[ | Strongitlia^o^^lflackeiizle, | OOMMI^rfoW AGENTS, I COOTAMUNDRA. J MR. JOHIVRUSSELL, I BurrowI?ctreet, T&bwg, I Attends Cootamundra every Court day. I Sign write«8wi^painter, and I ytfecp^ator, I Paperhanger and Glazier , COOTAMUNDEA. I A LL orders executed with the utinost f ,/\ despatch. I Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. 1 {£3=* Charges Moderate. T. M. EVANS? I Wholesale & Ketail I TOBACCONIST. jfihoiccf Collection of JEWEL W ?™fe^00DS, / /stationery, f ' MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c. &c. &c. (j^* Every ...

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BY-LAWS TO REGULATE THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY TOWN COMMONS, COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

BY-LAWS TO REGULATE THE MAN AGEMENT OP THE PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY TOWN COM MONS, COOTAMUNDRA. 1. At.t. persons 'being commoners shall be. entitled to depasture on the said commons not more than five horses, or fifteen cattle, or five sheep, or three goats, subject to the payment of fees according to the following scale, namely \ ? For each horse,, mare, gelding, ' per annum. . . .... ... , . ... .£0/10/0 For each cow, heifer, bull, steer, or calf, per annum ...... . . i . £0/5/0 For each sheep or goat, per annum. ... ? ? £0/2/6 Commoners desirous of depasturing a larger number of stock than those restricted by previous; by-law shall make . 'their request in writing ? to the Trustees, /and the said Trustees shall have the discretion of grant ing such request or otherwise; 'as also as to the amount of extra fees to be charged for such additional stock if such, application be entertained. ' 2. No fees shall be' charged for the pro geny of registered stock und'ei\ the age of six months...

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ANSWER TO "BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES." [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

ANSWER TO ' BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES.' . By Lusher'. The spooney man, who talks of eyes That were so soft and brown, Should leave off studying the skies, And 'knock about' our little town ! If brown eyes make him feel so queer While walking out with J ane or Sally, Why ! let him take to grog or beer, Or go in for the bowling alley ! It's dreadful when a fellow goes And talks qf. skies and eyes, and beams, And dreams, ^aud^streams ; I don't supppose, He knows (poor chap) how odd it seems ? If he's drea^ullyHnlove, And scorns to take tis reg'lar victuals, Why don't the idiotic cove Go in for porter and for skittles ? There's many a jolly pub in town * ! Where he might spend a happy night, And get qtute drunk for lialf-a-crown, And smoke and ' blow' and 'cuss' and fight; Olil isn't this more rational, And better for our little town Than getting spooney on a ? 'gal' - Because her eyes are soft' and brown'! Then keep your pecker up, old man, And, never mind the ' star of love !' . I take ' t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

£5 Rewaird^ STOLEN or^ayodJf'o^^Q^S^ GRAY Tiro abov^oward will be given if stolen and £1 ifwayed on delivery of the mare to R. GAUNT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

AUff^wmxinr-wish^ to in-. inhabitants of Coota lnimflrct ajrffl the surrounding district th^wie hps dispolecTof liis General Store keeping BTrsiness to Mr. J OHNNKIBB Y, and desires ta thank his late constituents for the yer^iberal patronage/ iccorded to him dujoig the past three y^rs, and trusts tljat the same may be more widely extendecl to his successor. J \A. M. WOODHILLf \ Cootamindra. Nov. 5, lfy7. V (sTN refe/ence to the above notice JOHN ' '-a^IQBB^Cdesires to state that notifing K snSs^e waning on. his part to a^Tpply * the wants oiNapy and all thai may favour him witij a call, and can assure them that ingrafting customers will re ceive suchififtention as will mellrit a continuancajof their support. Resptact fully solicitifesand awaiting the same. Your oj^cdient servant, / ( JOHN KIBBY,( V Cootamunora. Nov. 5, lJm., j DR. J. B. CRABBE, JMV^JWUNIV. EDIN.), (A Medical-Practitioner), ItzF^Y BE COTTSULT^D by' patients at JtI thej^crivafre ^fcidences ot, at the Albion - 1st Nov^...

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OPENING OF RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

OPENING OF RAILWAY. This long looked for event, affecting so deeply the convenience, comfort, and prosperity of our town and district, took place, according to announcement, on Thursday last, the 1st November. A train had been appointed to start from Goublurn at 6-30 a.m., and as the invited Ministers and Government officers had arranged to leave Sydney to. join it, a very large concourse of people gathered to wait its arrival at the station. That autocrat, of our festivities — the weather — was by no means benignant. The sun - ? was obscured by heavy clouds and the plain was swept by hurricanes of dust which rendered locomotion, whether pe destrian, equestrian or vehicular, ex tremely difficult and disagreable. All un necessary business had been suspended for the day, hundreds of visitors hacl flocked into the town from all quarters, and at twelve o'clock there could not have been less than two thousand people assem bled on the railway platform to welcome the distinguished excursio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

. MJ&RIAGrE. On 31st C^tobBrVit St. John's Church, Cain der^/g Jy F. Moi;an, William Ed^JR# Mr. ^Samuel Ward, Cunge®n^TnOTot^u]jmra, to j Amy Ellej^ eldesfTlfcaifalp of Mi^RTames Waterworty GOOTA^^^ERALD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 6, 1877. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

: I — - - ^Dingy IMngy If v . Races, I ' Toxl run on Dingy Dingy Racecourse J | On 9 th November ) ISllJ : Vli. M^srs. Geoege Davidson, A. M'Kienzie, , ' O'Brien, A. Dempsey, M. Dacey, i A j. Mullaly. W. A. O'Brien. X \ Treasurer : \ Mr. W. F. Scott. 1 Clerk of the Scales : J ^Mr. Thos. O'Brien. J MA First Race. t AIDEN/ PLATE of 10 sovs./for all horsey that have never woi / an ad t i vertiseji prize ; distance, onelnile and j a quarter ; -weight for age ; winner of :i tw(^,'ear old stakes excepted. \ i g Second Race. \ | SqujUtters' Purse of 15 sovs., for all torses, to be handicapped by the ste wards or whom they may appWnt ; | . distance twice round the course. J r \ Third Race. / ! ' Ladies' Purse of 8 sovs., for all Isorses; i distance one mile and a half; /weight 'i | for age.i f - |; J Fourth Race. \. j; Flying Handicap of 7 sovs., for all hba-ses, jj to b ^handicapped by the stewards or j . whoan they may appoint ; distanc&r one miyf and a half. I fMiC ( Fifth Race. ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM ? SYDNEY. 1 (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J | I Monday Evening. i Mil. W. Windeyer was returned to-day for L ! the University unopposed. It is rumoured ' ' that, should Sir J. Robertson fail to get a ! seat in tho Assembly, ho will go into the U Upper House. It is further stated that Mr. lift A. Stuart takes the position of Colonial Sec- 'j* rotary, and Sir J. Robertson Minister for L Lands. R. B. Smith is returned for New Eng- r\ land by a largo majority. Dillon has de- ?? feated Abbott for Tenterfield. For the I j Clarence election the present returns give F: Bawden 1075, Fawcett 625, Madgwick 350, Sir J. Robertson 153 ; several small re turns yet to come in, but tho chances are in favour of Bawden. For the Upper Hunter, M'Elhone polled 593 against 269 for Sir J. Robertson. Eckford's majority for Wol lombi was only 1 . Shepherd is returned for Wellington by a majority of 156. fS Monaro, Murphy's prosent majority is 231 ; further^returns will not alter the r...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. BEFORE MR. W. LOVE, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Mr. W. Love, P.M. Morgan v. Brown, — an action to recover £4/16/4 for goods sold and delivered. Ver dict for the Plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs. J. A. Davis v. Dillon and Bond. — In this caso the summons was not served, and the case was ordered to stand over to next sit tings. Canty v. Guiry, — An action for money lent and received bv defendant on ?plaintiff's account, £8/6/8. Verdict for plaintiff, with court costs, and 19/6 witness' expenses. , Davis v. Coutts. An action to recover £1/17/- for goods sold and delivered and the , hire of a horses and dray. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs of court and £1 expenses. Jones v. Davis, — defendant residing out of the district when the cause of action arose, his Worship decided he had no jurisdiction i to entertain the case. Hamilton v. Robinson, to recover £6/7/4 i for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff, for amount claimed, with costs. Mat...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOV. 2. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

' ' '' ' ' 'I ? ? ? I ? ? ? ' ' POLICE COURT. Friday, Nov. 2. Before Mr. W. Love, P.M. ASSAULT. i Matilda Wood v. Elizabeth Brown. This j 'Was a case of assault which defendant was chargod with committing upon complainant, at Jindaleo, on the 18th ultimo, whilst she i was in tho employ of a Mrs. Dempsey. The particulars of the case wore of no public interest whatever, the assault in question arising out of a fracas between tho two i).s' ' irritated females who apparently disagreed upon the subject of their antecodants, tho defendant stoutly maintaining that slie only struck tho complainant upon receiving from her the intelligence that 'she had just lelt tho Sydney pavement.' The Bench, lined defendant 10/- and costs of court. (Mr. Jones, J.P., of Gunning, here took his seat.) SURETIES OF THE PEACE. Peter Oargill v. Joseph Gowan. The defendant was charged with having, on the 28th October last, at Jindaleo, vio lently threatened to pull the complainant's neck off — whereby complainant...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wallendbeen, 3 p.m. — Rev. W. Cooks. Wesley ax : — Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. Thompson.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 November 1877

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Tub following table shows at a glance the times of de- . parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged ; — | ? LEAVES ? P.M. A.M. ! Cootamundra ? 7 45 G 0 j i Wallendbeen* ? 12 miles 813, 6 28 3/- 21- Murrumburrah ? 25 8 40 j 7 5 6/3 4/2 Cunningar* ? 28 S 58 ' 7 13 7/- 4/8 Galong* ? 37 9 22 j 7 41 9/3 6/3 Binalong- ? 45 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/G Bowning ? 69 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 Yass ? ? ? 6G 10 43 !) 0 1G/G 11/- Gunning ? 88 11 50 10 7 19/G 13/- Goulburn ? 119 ? 1 15 11 30 29/9 19/9 Arriving at Sydney at 6.50 a.m. and 5.33 p.m. ARRIVALS. Trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m. and G.20 p.m., arriving: at . P.M. P.K. Goulbum ? ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/G 27/9 Gunning ? 165 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yass ? 187 6 47 216 50/9 36:9 Bowning ? 191 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 208 7 4 4 3 14 55/- 39/6 Galong* ? ? 216 S 4 3 31 55/9 40 - Cunningar* ? 225 9 2 9 3 59 57/- 40/9 Mumunburrah ? 22S 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- Wallendbeen* m... 241 9 16 4 42 59'- 42/3 Cootamundra 9 4 5 5 12 60/6 43/3...

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