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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. ^ DOWN TRAINS LEAVE Sydney daily (Sunday excepted), at 10 a.m. and 5*25 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, . 10*34 a.m. and 5*58 p.m.; fares, 2/- and 1/4 Fairfield, 18 miles, 10*48 ^nd 6*11 ; 2/9 and 1/10 , Liverpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and 6 *2G; 3/8 and 2/5 Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11 '40 and r0 ; 6/9 and 4/5 Menangle,. 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and ? 5/6 - Picton, ' 53 miles, 0*40 p.m. and 7*58 ; 12/ and 7/6 Mittagong, 77 miles, 2*10 and 9*25«; 19/6 and 13/6 - , , Bowral, 80 miles, 2*18 and 9*33; 20/6 and : ' ; 14/6 ; \ , ; ^ ' ,n Moss. Yale, 86 miles. 2*35 and 9*50,\ 22/o and 15/9 Marulahi 114 railes, 3*45 and 10*56 ; 31/ and ' ? 22/9 . ' ., J Goulburn, 134 miles, 4*40 and 11*55 ; 3//3 - and 27/9 Bredalbane, 149 niilos, 5*35 and 0*30 a m. ; 41/3 and 30/6 Gunning, 165 miles, 6*4S and I'll ; 45/3 and 33/ _ Yass, 187 miles, 8*25 and 2*10; 50/9 and : 36/9 ., Bowning, 194 miles, 9*15 and 2*30 ; 5L/6 ? and 38/ ? ? Arrive at Binalong, 20.8 miles, 10 p.m. and 3*15 a...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 7th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, B'OKROWA. On Wednesday , It/i March. j Country Lots : Lots A and B, 96 acres and 40 acres 1 rood, county Harden, parish Bobbarra, ad joining the western boundary of Eegon's Lagoon water-reserve and northern boundary of . water-reserve No. 2o2, exclusively of a road 3 chains wide. .£1 per acre. Lot 0, 120 acres, county Harden, parish Galong, on the Spring Creek, adjoining the eastern boundary of B. Shea, jun.'s, condi tional purchase No. 80 of ol acres and west ern boundary of A. Rayno's conditional pur chase No. 78 of SO acres. Galong run. £1 per acre.
MONTHLY CALENDAR.—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
MONTHLY- CALENDAR.— February. ? ?'? ' Sun Days. Memoranda.' ~~ ' t, »— » . C30 CD CD CD -r+- tn oo '?i H.M, H.M. 1 TIi. ' -r;v 7* 4 2 F. 5*2-; 7* 3 . 3 S. ;-'~i 1' 3 4 3. Sexagesima. 5*2t 7*2 5 M. Moon's last quarter 5*27 7* 1 6 T. 5*2*: 7* 0 7 W. 5'2P g*59 8 Th. '' 5* '0 £j*58 9 F., Wagga quarter sessions o*3i i)'57 10 S. . ' 5-32 6-57. IIS. Quinquagesima 5 --33 6*50 12 M. ' 5*34 6*55 13 T. New Moon. o*3c 6*54 14 W.' . St. Vvlentirie's day 5*36 6*53 15 Th. Trial by jury initiated, '25 5*37 6*o2s 16 F.\ . V o-38 6-61 | 17 ;S. ' , ' 5-39 6-49 I 1*8 S. First in Lent 5-39 6*48 19 M. 5-46 6-47 20 T. r \ 5-41 6*46 21 W. .Moon's first quarter 5*42 6*45 22 Thi. 5-43 6*44 23 P. 5*44 6-43 24 S. ? Oddfellowsliip int., '36 5*45 6'42 25, S. Second in Lent 5;46 6*40 26 M. ? 5*47 6-39 27 T. 5*47 6-38 28 W. Full Moon. 5*48. 6*37 ' ? 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
; .J. .S: 'i:. BABNE8, COOTAMUNDRA STORE, JKave always on hand a large and^MU^oek^rf Drapery, Groceries, Wine/ and Spirits, Ironmon gery, Boots and Shoes, &c. ; and haying received large consignments of Goods purchased nnder most favourable circumstances, by one of the firm during a recent visit to Sydney, are prepared to sell at REDUCED PRICES. 4p» Cash customers liberally dealt, with. j + ===== . Agents for the Livajjool and London and Globe Insurance Company, SAW falUljUA IKONBU^^ THE undersigned beg to inform, tlie in- i habitants of Cootamundra, and sur rounding districts that they are now pre pared to execute orders to any amount. 1/ N.B.— A TIMBER-YARD will be kept ( at Barnes's Albion Hotel, where timber of all dimensions may bo had. O^r-- Orders left with Messrs. Barnes or Mr. Tebay will receive prompt attention. ? : T. TEBAY G. WILLITS. OOlvIBES, M.D., Uni. Edin. ; Lie. Mid. R. Coll. Surg., Edin.', Late resident' and Iffou^e-surgeon of the Wakatip Distriot^T^iiiW, ...
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. TUESDAY, 20TH. IN the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
^PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. V- - -? ? .Tuesday, 20th. In the Assembly : Mr. Robertson said a memorial was re ceived from the inhabitants of Moree for tho establishment of a land, office at that place. The matter had been -ref erred to the district surveyor for his report, 'which 'had not been received up to the 12th instant, and nothing had been done. The appointment of a- land agent would depend upon that report. ' Mr. Robertson said that the sale ot iana, 'Yanko, was withdrawn from sale at Urana. No date had been fixed for the sale; the land had, been temporarily reserved from sale of any kind. -Mr. Robertson said that no report had 'been received from the district surveyor in !\ reference to the necessity of making all the new reserves on the Yanko public reserves. ?' Application for such reservation was under ? consideration. He was not aware that les - sees- of runs were improving those reserves, and did not think they could be so foolish. Mr; Robertson said that non- vestment of a si...
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ? : arrives from Murrumburrah and Wallendbeen — Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12 noon Wagga and Cudgegong — Sunday, Tuesday, f 1 and Thursday at 9*45 a.m.. Muttama Reef— Sunday and Thursday at 7*30 p.m. Temora— Wednesday, 8, and Friday, 7 p.m. . LEAVES FOR Murrumburrah and Wallendbeen — Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 10*15 a.m. Wagga' and 'Oungegong — Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12*30 p.m. - Muttama Reef — Monday and Friday at 4 a.m. Temora — Wednesday and Friday, 6 a.m. Letters, -Scc., intended for despatch by any of the above mails must bo posted in the letter-receiver half an hour previous to time of departure, excepting for those mails . that are despatched before 6 a.m., which must be posted before 9 o'clock the previous ? night.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Explaxatjon. — We promised two or three weeks since to publish articles bearing upon Mr. Ilanloy Bennett's new Land Bill and other; matters of /interest' to frce-solectors, and believe we havo been much abused for not fulfilling that promise. The reason is this, that certain papers and documents left at this office were allowed to be taken by a gentleman who undertook to return them ° ?it ? 1 _ ? ? J. ? i.1 ? ^ witnin a (lay or wo, uuu unuy juuu iu tiu-ncd to us till Saturday afternoon last. Luxar Eclipse. — Those of our readers who felt sufficiently interested in the late eclipse of tho moon to rise at the early liour of about 3 a.m. were disappointed on Wed nesday last, as tho sky was obscured by thick darkness, heavy lowering clouds, anil ' drizzling rain. No view of this important phenomenon was to be had from these parts. —A rare phenomenon in astronomical science is to take placo according to Mr. Russell, Government Astronomer, on tho 22nd inst., — viz., th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
Mackenzie & Arclier, Wholesale an-l Retail Batchers, ' J9 ^PARKER-STREET. OTafe'S^JNI)ENIABLE. ORDERS punctually attended to. Small Goods of every description always on hand. QCj^ Hides, Sheepskins, and Tallow bought. Loyal Sontheiai Star -*. U. Order of Oddfellows. '|V/f EETS FOB^ieHTLY on FRIDAY M EVENINGS, in the Lodgeroom, at 8 o'clock. Next mooting, -i^d ye'riim* JOHN WILESMITII, Sec. Great Southern Railway Exten sion, Yass to WaggiyWa^ga. ®3S^ teamotiWs. T\\T ANTED 'TEAMS to draw lime. ?}} Apply to Mr. GEORGE MACKAY, Manager of Works, Bcthungra. ^ ' A. & R. AMOS. x^resliLTenders, r nENljKpS will 14 received up to MON X 'pmv MarcTiyl2, for PALISADING and PAJjING FE5L0E, together or- .sepa- rately, roxmd Public^Bchool at Cootamimdra. Specifications witlv W. -II. MATTHEWS, . , / Hon. £-ec. - „ 'TTTANTEDy. iy BUSIER, ..To a coia y \ ' j)otoiiMHWstoio« nntn liberal wages will be giveif^ M$)m t-f SMITH, / ; - ,A \ Bethungra. SAW £Sa. MILLS. IROXBUISG. 4 TBI HE under,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
IIOLLOWAY's Pills;— The most Popular Medicine for Female Complaints — After ni'anjr years_ experience in all quarters of .the globe,' it is incontestably proved that there is no medicine ? equal to Holldway's Pills for the cuir of diseases incidental to females. Their ? ? invigorating, aiid 'purifying properties render them safe and invaluable fit all times and under any ' circumstances. They may bo taken by\ females ' of all ages for any dis organization 'or, irregularity of the sysfeui; the cause of either they will speedily removo,. and kindly yet effectually restore the sufferer to robilst health. As a family medicine they ,are un.equalled and may bo taken by old and youhg, revivinghealth and energyv after all . other . means . have- -proved unsuccessful. — Ai-V. Feminine Curiosity. — I do not wish any-, body to do1 anything naughty,' says a clever womaii ; ' '. but if they do, I want to know all aftout it.' New Definition.-^A good lawyer is not a ? ' necessity, for necessity kn...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAIXS LEAVE Sydney daily (Sunday 'oxcepted) at 10 a.m. and. 5*25 p.m. Parraniatta Junction, 13 miles, 10*34 a.m. . and 5*58 p.m. ; fares, 2/- and 1/4 Fairfield, IS miles, 10*48 and 6*11 ; 2/9 and 1/10 ? : Liverpool, 22' miles, 11*3 and 6*26; 3/8. and 2/5 ; ?; Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11*40 and 7*0 ,* 6/9 . and 4/5 1 Menanglc, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; '8/6 and 5/6 Picton, 53, miles, 0*40 p.m. and 7*58; 12/ and 7/6 Mittagong, 7.7 miles, 2*10 and 9*25 ; 19/6 and 13/6 . ? Bowral, 80 miles, 2* IS and 9*33; 20/6 and ' 14/6 ?- ' Moss Yale,: 86 miles, 2*35 and 9*50; 22/3 ; and 15/9 . Marulan, 114 miles, 3*45 andlO'56; .31/ and .^2/9.' ; . .. . . Goulburn, 134 miles, 4*40 and 11*55;' 37/3 and 27/9 ?' Bredalbane; 149 miles, 5*35 and 0*30 a m. ; ?; 41/3 and 30/6. Gunning} 165 miles, 6*4S and I'll ; 45/3 and 33/ . _ ' ? Yass, 187 miles; 8*25 and 2*10 ; 50/9 and , 36/9 ' ? Bowning, 194 miles, 9*15 and 2*36; 52/6 and 38/ - ' ! Arrive at Bimflong, 20S miles, 10 p;m. and ...
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. :i i;-. | /arrives .-prom - , , Miirrumburrah and Wallondbeen — Sunday, Tuesday j and Friday at 12 noon Wagga and Cudgogong — Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 9 '45 a.m. Muttama Reef — Sunday 'and Thursday at » 7*30 p.m. ' ? Tomora— Wednesday, 8, and Friday,- 7 p.mv leaves roil Murnimburrah and Wallendbecn — Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 10' 15 a.m. Wagga and Cungegong— Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12*30 p.m. Muttama! Reef— Monday and Friday at 4 . a.m. ? : ? Temora — Wednesday and Friday, 6 a.m. Letters,, &c., intended for despatch by any of the above mails must be posted in the letter-receiver half an hour previous to time of Adopartiiro, excepting for those mails that are despatched before 6 a.m., which must be posted before 9 o'clock the previous night. '? :
"FROM YASS TO WAGGA." [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
EROM YASS TO WAGGA.' ~ Uxdeii this heading 'an occasional cor respondent' writes to our contemporary the Freeman's Journal , and makes some allusion to the township of Cootamuudra. Eor ,our part, we are glad to find the metropolitan press, \usech as a means of disseminating; information about this - district, as, perhaps, it is not as well known as it deserves to be : but, as we are naturally jealous of its reputation, especially as an agricultural district, we hope our contemporary the Freeman will pardon us for correcting several state ments made in the, correspondence referred to. The writer sayls his business brought him from Yass to Wagga via G-undagai ; that he travelled back to Binalong by Cootamuudra and Murrumburrali ; and that a niore desolate looking country lie had never seen. This statement, though true in a degree, requires qualification. ~ The country is certainly desolate: looking enough just no\r; but the writer iii question should know tliat this desolation is caus...
VIA SAN FRANCISO. GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
VIA SAN FRANCLSO. GENERAL SUMMARY. The Zealandia, with the San Franciso, Mail, reached Auckland on Monday. The following are the principal items of news : — A number of Bashi Bazouks crossed the Danube and plundered a Bohemian outpost. The commander at Silestria has been ordered r to punish them. It is reported that Russia will not oppose the Servian peace negotiations, in order that should war arise Servia may be invaded as Turkish territory. | The Porte has. sent despatches to the repre sentatives abroad, giving' notice of the appointment of three Christian Governors, and that reforms are proceeding unremit tingly. The British ship Ada Iredale, bound to San Franciso with coal, has been totally destroyed by firo. The crew, numbering 23, set out for Marquesas Island, over 290 miles distant. , One boat was capsized in a gale, but all the crew; with the exception of ono man, were saved. After 2G days in tho open boats, undergoing great suffering, they arrived safely. 1 The Countess Ho...
POLICE COURT COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY, 2ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
POLICE COURT. COOTAMUNDRA. Eiuday, 2xd M.vitcii. Befoiie Mr. W. Love, P.M.-; and Messrs. J. P. Hurley and E. A. Proughton, J.P.'s Mi*. II. G. Donovan, Wag^a, Wagga,' and 'Mr. J'. Russell, .Young, solicitors, were i-ro- sent and had a. considerable number of pro fessional engagements. ? LAllCEXY. G-eorgo Holland, in custody, was charged with stealing a watch. Witnesses were called and gave evidence on the side of the prosecution ; but as the 'case is still sub jn did, prisoner having been remanded for; eight days, we withhold the' evidence for the present. , _ George Garrett, charged with drunkenness on the previous Sunday, was fined 40/- and costs. - | Richard', Slattery, 'C.ungegong^was brought up on two charges— first, with allowing iuusic and dancing in his licensed house on the 4th \%ultiiaov '^thou^.leayp or license/ secondly, Witli iselling iit prohibited hours on the same , day., . Defendant pleaded guilty,., and '.was fined^ in 'cach case 40/- and5 4/10 costs. Joseph A. -'Da...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TORRES STRAITS. BRISBANE, Saturday, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
AUEIVAL OF THE ENCtLISH MAIL VIA TOEEES STEAITS. . [i-RO^r. THE S. M. HERALD.]. Beisbane, 4 Saturday, Feb. 24. Di-:la.y in the departure - of the Somerset from Singapore was caused by. the non arrival of the P. and 0. steamer, which was ?two days late. : ' - Turkish firmness, it is believed, has resulted from Turkish triumphs. Hence the con viction that the Porte is ready for war, and that Russia is unprepared. In the event of war, it is considered that the necessities of Europe would secure allies for Turkey. The mobilization of the Russian forces proceeds slowly. Sickness and disaffection are prevalent. On New Year's Day the Emperor of Ger many received representatives froin the army, who presented addresses and' con gratulations. An official inquiry is proceeding into the cause of an outbreak of scurvy in the' Arctic expedition. Lord Carnarvon presided at a special meet ing of Freemasons, at which it was decided to 'commemorate', the Prince of- Wales' visit to India by founding t...
PETTY SESSIONS. SAME DAY. Same Magistrates. Merriman v. Stecher. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
^ ? ^ ? ? . PETTY SESSIONS. N v Same Day., — # i ' ? ' ' Same Magistrates. Merrhnan v. Stocher. ? | Thero were two cases by these parties; Mr. Donovan being retaincdi by plaintiff, Mr. Russell by dofendant. Tho first was a case of trespass, and plaintiff sued for £5 dam ages. He charged for the trespass of a mare from 22nd to 25th ultimo, representing .that she had spoiled a great deal of wheat 'besides what she had eateri. ' After' hearing all the evidence, a verdict was given 'for tho amount arid costs, m tno secpna^ense,.. -pae same plairitift' sought to recover- 'diiniages for fivo trees, which Jip alleged defendant 'had : cut from his land without peymission, and which lie viiluod at £1 por tree. For the defence it was alleged that they worocut witli the full consont of jdaintilf. Tlie Bench, having carofully considered the ovidonce, and the professional gentlemen having addressed tho court, a va*diejb ^yeu'tfpr^ und. costs.' Cassera v. Moylan,; board and refreshment, £3 10/. V...
THE CAREFUL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
THE CAREFUL MAN. Soox after noon yesterday a stranger entered a Woodward-avenue hardware store, and asked if they kept shingle nails there. Be ing informed that they had a dozen kegs on hand, ho further inquired : — 'Are they genuine shingle nails, or only imitation?*' ' They are shingle nails, of course.' 'Let me see them.' , A handful was. placed on tho counter be fore him, and he took several nails to the door, where he could get a - stronger light. After scanning, them ? thoroughly, he tested two or three between his teeth, tried to bend them between his fingers, and said ' Well, they soem to bo all right, and I'll take five pounds. I don't want to appear captious, but I bought -some shingle nails along here about a month ago, carried them homo, and what do you suppose thoy turned out to be?' « ' Sixponnies ?'? answered the clerk. ' No, sir ; they wore shoo pegs, sir !' ' That was strange,' mused the clerk. 'And another time, when I ordered shin gle nails,' continued the strange...
ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
ATIlLP/riC. SPORTS. Satuuday afternoon la fit being the time for -the running-match between Canty and O'Keofl'o, a progranmie of sports was arranged, which, together with tho ' groat event' of the day, attracted a crowd of between two and three hundred ? spectators to tlie Becreation-ground ; and even the fair side of our ^cqiinnunity was iblerably5 well rei)resented. ' A detailed account of the racing is given below ; and. it, ,will, A-e /seenv tha^ , the local viuaii succeeded 'in securing another victory for Obotaniundra . \ » O'Iveeite v. Cfey.— The chief event of the day was the foot race between O'Koefto and Canty for £50. 0' Kcoffo, who arrived by coach the previous morning, had boon' in active training for some time past, having several other matches ' to deal with. It should bo stated, however, that ho was not in a fit condition for running, as wo are told, he was indisposed on tho passage from Mur runiburrah to Cootamimdra, and consider ably weakened thereby. Canty for the...
GRASS HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
GRASS HAY. . ('Rural Australian. J The fact that well managed grass lands must be tho main stay and dependence of exten sive agricultural and grazing pursuits in Australia for profitable terms is beyond dis pute, and it is now admitted by intelligent observers that wanton waste ha,s to a groat extent characterised tho management of many of our larger squattages. Tho burn ing of grass to get rid of the old dead stuff that., cattle will not eat, to make room for new and iresh grass has boon claimed to be a. necessity, but how much bettor would it have been if this surplus had . been cut when in its prime, and made into good sound grass i liay. Properly cured, it would turn out with an aroma that would not be despised by the most dainty liord or flock. How j many aro they in tho colony who would gladly resort to a stack of two or ..three hundred tons of hay if they had it in times like last summer to feed their cattle upon, i and save hundreds or thousands of pounds. | It is quite with...
MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877
MURRUMBUBRAH. . (EROM A.t'ORRESrOXDEXT,). The Council of Education have at length sent us a teacher, so we may soon hope see a bublic -school in our nridst. The wooden bmlding fbrindrly uscd ^a W^sleyun ]-lsico of wyr^hip jias, beenN%ipprarily rentetl^by tho' Council j and' wheii ntte'd with^lesks, itc. , tho schoof will be oponed. Tliis wiU do until tho -new premises are orectod. Wo are looking forward with great expec tation to the opening of the railway on the 12th instaiit. # A public . meeting lias been called to provido a welcome rcceptipn tP the Ministers and, railway. ..'magnates'; ,011; the appointed day. Sheuld tho Miuistors bo .in-csont si fsivourabre opportunity will bo , . afforded for urging the establishment of a daily mail through Cootamuudra to Wagga. If this bo„ u.dqpt-$, Cootamuudra will bo benoiitoili-4ii;|l will^guin ,abo\it fivo hours 'for' '\'&rresp6ndence to Sydney (»ver the route by Bowning and'Gundagai. Our township presented a very proper a]i])eara...