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THE "STOLEN" WATCHES. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

THE ' STOLEN' WATCHES. (to the editor.') Sir,— In justice to me, I crave a portion of your space to refer to the matter of the ' stolen' watches. I have been suspected and grossly slandered in connexion with this unfortunate affair — at least it has been very unfortunate for me. It having come to my knowledge that the watches were taken by ' some of tho Murrumburrah men as a practi cal joke, I think it is but fair that the police, at my request, should endeavour to find out if this is true or not ; and, if true, then I should be relieved of all suspicion. The local police failing to do so, I intend to put the matter in the hands of the Sydney police; and if need be, will spend £100 to clear my character from the foul suspicion. — Yours, &c. JOHN CUTHBERT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

.mm BA11TEI1, Manufacturing Tinsmith A XI) GALYANlZED^feo^ir mix Eli, P arker-str ffCa ni u n d r a. SPOUTING, Guttering, Ridge-capping', Baths, Pumps, &c., made and fitted. Iron Tanks made to any size, from 100 to 1000 gals. and upwards. Tinware oi! every description made on the premises. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. \\T A S T E PAPER FOR SALE . V ▼ Office of this journal. Iwr, 470 pages, 20 Coloured tes, I, 15s. Id, Intercolonial 2s 6d. HAL SYPHILIS 2STG n of the Disease in its tertiary Phases. Y eaiiey, F.R.C.S.E. edical Staff of Her Forces, the Turlc and Royal Yic ,*y Regiment. Melbourne Hospital, F. BAILLIEKE, East, Melbourne. 1 THE PRESS. Beaney, a Fellow of }f Surgeons (Surgeon atal, ' and ? to her Ma ?imean War), has just ?tant work on ' Con ing/ a practical de fole? malady, in its (JJjffses, designed for i, and for the salutary -.g of all dissolute per published by F. F. 3, and consists of 470 a cloth, and illustrated plates. Totally con nany such books, this 1 by...

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MURRUMBIDGEE ELECTORATE. STATEMENT OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

/ MURRUMBIDGEE ELECTORATE. statement of the toll. [?] On Wednesday last punctually at 2 o'clock, the Returning Offic ir, B. Ejtzhar dingo, entered tho C jurt-hCSfise for tho pur pose of making kiDwn to electors the actual state of the p )Ol as far aS%e could do with accuracy by a : -oturn compiled from the telegrams received I y him from the different polling places. Ho ixplained that according to the Act, it was nc t legal for him to make an official declaratio i till ho had received all the papers in conne? ion with tho polling at the different polling places, and as it was impossible for him to receive those from Hillston before Sui .day evening next, the official declaration would not be niado till tho following Mc aday. Mr. Eitzhardinge 'ead the following state ment? — ? ' Leary. Parkes. Gormlfy. Wagga Wagga 135 278 170 Gundagai .... 84 1 34 Cootamundra . .. 149 4 14 Urana ? ? 45 1 24 , Narandera ? 1 72 37 Jugiong ? ? 27 0 17 - Coolac ? 22 27 ^4 ^ Clarendon — 10 0 67 Sobastopol...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

COMMERCIAL. The wea'.hev still ranuiLi very dry. Strong Wnds hare been prevalent during t e pa%t fonu ght wmch hav« had a:i evil effect u oi pasture. Cro;?B are beginning to suffer thvou?h want of rain, at.ll as a rule tney are lookkg moderately well. Saexriiig is now being vigorously earned 'on, mth, so far as we cm hear, fair lesults. From Murrumburrah, our correspondent writes under late Nov. 5:— During the past week we have had almost incessant strong gusts of wind from the west, which has iffected a change for tho worse in pasture and unless to n should shortly come down, it is feared we are doomed for another season of drought and consequent falling off in tho condition of stock, similar to the mibfortunes of ;he past year. Sliearmg operations are in full vogue iround us at the present time and the weight of fleeces ire of the usual average, with exceptional cases. Crops renerally, I may say, are in fair condition, considering 'he very unpropitious season ; and though results ...

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A SELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

A SELL. It was evening. The moon shone forth in 8 ipremegrandeur. My rinds of stars thronged the heavens and lent sublimity to the noc turnal scene. N(t a cloud wis any whore y'sible to mar the beauteous asnect of the heavens. A gentle rustling by balmy br eezes was to be heard amongst the leavrs of the tree at the foot of which sat a y uthful poet. The gentle murmuring of a stream in close rvroximitv imparted a tenor of blis? to the -whole. At the side of the poet sat a | 'orm of feminine loveliness: her fault- j 1 *-s cheek resting upon the palm of her sn »w w ite hand. With what aptness tho.*e words ' 1 Oh that I were a glove upon that hand that : I might touch that cheek ' occurred to the j ?n 'ot's mind. Still in silence ho gazed, whilst | d »ep emotion was discernable in his cmnteT ntnee. tlie soft blue eyes were beaming w'th oostanv and looking words which until t en his tongue had n«»t fo;lod to uttor. Charmingly interesting war hi deportment. A beautiful exemplification oi ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

During Sir H. Parkes's vigorous speech ?whilst returning thanks to the electors of Canterbury for their grand triumph in placing him, unasked by himself, amongst the chosen ones, he deplored the degeneracy of our public institutions ?^-above all the plundering of the state treasury. This evil is apparent enough — it has been seen in the past — and, we have too much reason to fear, will be seen in the -next parliament. It is a ? i ? ? ? j» ? growing evu. u uugiug iiuin uue ciuli tude of the constituencies in general, it is likely to become worse and worse — unless, as is recommended by Sir Henry Parkes, an effort be made to check it. The disease in the body politic has now fairly broken out ; and when a diagnosis isjmade in order to discover the seat of it' we venture to say it will be found to have eaten its way, like a deadly cancer, into the heart of our very system. What is this gigantic evil of which Sir H. Parkes very justly complains? It is this — that now-a-dayg our Parlia me...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 November 1877

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Tub following table shows at a glance tho times of clc- . parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged : — LEAVES ? 1\M. A.M. Cootamundra ? 7 45 6 0 i 'Wallendbeen* ? 12 miles 813 6 28 3/- 2/ Murrumburrah ? 25 8 40 7 5 6/3 4/2 Cunningar* ? 28 8 58 7 13 7/- 4/8 Galons* ? 37 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/3 Binalong ? 45 9 44 S 2 11/3 7/6 B owning ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 Yass ? 66 10 43 9 0 16/6 11/ Gunning ? 88 11 50 10 7 19/6 13 /- Goulburn ? 119 ? 1 15 11 30 ,29/9 19/9 Arriving at Sydney at 6,50 aim. and 5.33 p.m. ARRIVALS. Trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m. and 6.20 p.m., arriving at P.M. P.K. Goulburn ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165 . 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yass ? 187 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 Bowning ? 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 208 7 44 3 14 55/- 39/6 Galong* ? 216 8 4 3 34 55/9 40/- Cunningar* ? .225 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/9 Murrumburrah ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- Wallendbeen* ? 241 9 16 4 42 59/- 42/3 Cootamundra ? 253 9 45 5 12 60/6 43/3 Notes.— The italic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

Mutual Life Association of p Australasia. I ftdr* Established 1869. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. j PRINCIPAL OFFICE, George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. 1 DIRECTORS The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., Chammurr Hon. Sir G. W. I Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H.^ G. I Alleyne, Esq.. M.D. ; John Davies, Esq., I M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, Esq. ; M. B. Pell, I Esq., B.A. The first office in these colonies to free I life assurance from harassing restrictions. I Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses ? Tables of Bates, and full information on all I points of interest to intending proponents^ I ?-? / /) v can he had on application to MB. FRANK I ) vf, '(ili k( -MG4-RrE, agent for Cootamundra. * ~ By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary 'Is there no hope!' the sick mail said ; j , The silent doctor shook his head. . / / ' While there is life there's hope,' lie cried* / jA 11 sffyroto dnm o.nimas est, spcx rst. +S dr. l. l7 smith (The only legally qualified nicdical man ad vertising) cons...

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MARRIED EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

MARRIED EXPERIENCE. (From Fif/aro.) Aiter a man had remained a bachelor until thirty-five, one would suppose he was able to select a wife whom one could live with without quarrelling at least. But such was not the case with Ned Williams. After dreaming of earthly bliss, he concluded to try love in a cottage. He found a place to suit, and began housekeeping. Never was a man so happy. It was. 'my love,' 'duck,' ' sweetest,' &c., in every sentence. Shortly after housekeeping began, trouble, too, be gan.,. Some evil genius put it into our ' dii'cFs' head to have some pudding for dinner, just to please her lord. After par taking of a heavy dinner of substantials, the pudding moment arrived, and a huge slice almost obscured from sight the plate before him. ' My dear, did you make this ?' 'Yes, love; ain't it nice ?' ' Glorious — the best bread-pudding I ever tasted in my life.' 'Plum-pudding, duckey,' suggested the wife. ' ' Oh no, dearest, bread-pudding. I al ways was fond of 'em...

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RAILWAY PASSENGER RATES. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

I RAILWAY PASSENGER RATES. i (TO THE EDITOR). JSIItj — At certain times the public are favoured with -what are termed 'cheap excursion trains'— it should be added ' and very un comfortable ones,' which they are from the overcrowding of excurtionists. X think, sir, that tho railway department would find a great increase in tolls for the year were the department to reduce the travelling rates from each station on tho line, excepting tho Irurban. That plan would obviate the iv return fares, and greatly add to the lvenicnco of tho public in their transac ns with the metropolis and elsewhere. We ye now a trapsit of over 250 miles by the ithorn route, and surely an experiment the way I havo suggested might be made, tho sister colony the rates of railway veiling are decidedly lower on the average m hero, a proof that the greater facility orded the public nroves remunerative to 5 Government. Iw thero aro perfectly piainted with the great outlay in tho con viction of railway lines, still it ...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. I By Cousin Will. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1877. Deajr, me ! the weather has been something frightful since the date of my last corre spondence — which is, bv-the-by, a good while now. We had about ten days of al most uninterrupted severe windy weather, extending from Friday, October 26th, to Monday, 5th November. Although 011 tho whole the winds were somewhat chilly, yot they were also drying in their effects.' We ''required a day's steady rain to revive again the already slightly parched land ; but we have not yet been so visited, although at times an overcast appearance gave us hopes. The winds have left behind them traces of their destructive work ; but a slight rain would no doubt have made amends for the mischief. The general want now is rain. Three weeks' dry weather has been telling upon the soil. The last two or three days have been hot, and the nights even connot be said to be chilly. Other parts of the colony are described to be already severely suffering...

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THE ADVANTAGES OF THE EXTENSION TO COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

THE ADVANTAGES OF THE EXTEN SION TO COOTAMUNDRA. fS. M. Herald, Nov. I.) The Great Southern Railway is to be op.ened to-day to Cootaniundra. Of course the date of opening is behind the origi nal contract date. That seems to be an established custom, in New South Wales. Contractors lay the blame on the scarcity of labour ^labourers say that contractors dawdle in-order to force the men to ac cent their terms. Whichever explanation maybe the right one, it is clearly tlie duty, of the Government to keep contrac tors^i) their bargain. They fix their terfiis iti view of all tbe known conditions of the market for labour and materials, and unless something quite unforeseen and exceptional takes place, or unless the Government' is backward in giving the requisite facilities, no concession ought to be asked for or allowed. But though the opening to Cootamun dra is behind time, and only gives us one hour's extra train travelling in the south western direbtion, the event is one of some importan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

Holloway'h Ointment and Pills.— In angry or indo lent sores, and aU skin diseases, originating' from impure or weak blood, or depraved secretions, the joint agency of HollQway's and Ointment is perfectly irresistible. 3*. is of little consequence how long these disorders may have lasted, or how sluggish, obstinate, or malignant they »aay seem 5 the daily application of the Omtnient to tho parts afflicted, and a course of these matchless Pills will most 1 certainly eifect a cure ; not temporary or superficial, but . complete and permanent. Both the Oitttment and Pills are composed of rare balms, unmixed, \vitli mercury ot I any otlier deleterious sbstuuwjs. „ ^ {? i 1 i i ..LA * w 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

CLARENDON SCORES COpTAMUNDBA The best anil clieapest place w make your pur 1 chases? ( 1st. — Because KIBB? I has the largest ancMbest assorted stock of DRAPERY in the, Southern District. ) 2nd. ? Because EIBBY sells the best GROCERIES in the market at WAY DOWN / 3rd. — Because^IBBlf buys well and sells cheap. 4th ? Because KlBBY sells for CASH, and the entire saving by this means is giyen to/tM customer. J rgjg* Therefore fcallon KIBB Y before buying and he will prove the above facts. j [ johnkiSy, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, (late WOODHlLl)/ / r . f .. ? , . ' . \ ? 'f IX CONSEQUENCE OF THE OPENING OF THE RAILWAY, THE PROPRIETOR OF THE LONDON HOUSE Has determined to give his friends and the public in general the full benefit of the saving effected in the rates of carriage, as well as the advantage attached to buying from first houses for CASH. His stock which is well known to contain the best and most varied assortment of goods, has just beeiv^dded to by large additions of splendid mate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

IB fl 0 0 0 ► 0 tt 1 h oi 0 o o -1 n o AT.BION^ T. M. EVANS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Tobacconist, Dealer in Fancy Goods, Clocks, Watclies, Jewellery, &-?., BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. TP* M 17 DESIRES to thank liis numerous friends A ? JjJL# Ij ? 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 JUST RETURNED FROM SYDNEY with a stock of endless variety, embracing — TOBACCOS. Imported American Raven Twist Barrett's Twist Boomerang Aromatic Our Pets Belle of Virginia King of the Forest Little Plum Navy Lumps Temptation Black Swan CIGARS. Havanah and Manilla Cope's Cigarettes Lundy Foot Snuff Handsome lot of — Carved & plain Meer schaum and Brier root Pipes G.B.D.'s in cases Tobacco Pouches Match-boxes FANCY GOODS. Musical Boxes and Al bums Dressing-cases Work-boxes Yases, T...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I The 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 6 0 Wallendbeen* ? 12 miles 8 13 6 28 3- 2/- Murrumburrah ? 25 8 40 7 5 6/3 4/2 Cunningar* ? 28 8 58 7 13 7/- 4/8 Galong* ? ? 37 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/3 Binalong ? ? ? 45 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/6 Bowning ? ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 ; Yass ..................... 66 10 43 £» 0 16/6. 11/- . Gunning ? ? ? 88 11 50 j 10 7 : 19/6 13/- Goulburn ? 119 ? 1 15 i 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 6.20 p.m., arriving at j P.M. P.M. Goulburn ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yass ? 187 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 Bowning ? 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 208 7 44 3 14 55/- 39/6 Galong* ? 216 8 4 ..3 34 55/9 40./- Cunningar* ? 225 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/9 Murruruburrah ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- Wallendbeen* ? 241 9 16 4 42 59/- , 42/3 Cootamu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

03* Notice. REID AND MOORE (Late of the firm of Reid and Sons, of Yass) BEG to inform the inhabitants of _ Coota mundra, and tho surrounding districts, that they have NOW OPENED their BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT'S SHOP in the main street to the Terminus, where they hope by strict attentive? to busi ness and first-class workmanship to secure a share of the public patronage. * N.B. — Nothing used in building or re pairing but the best of Bargo Box and Iron bark. The best of English and American Hickory and Ash for buggy or coach re pairs. (Kf* All finders will receive prompt at tention. \ Cootamundra, Oct. 22, 1877K. ? To Stand tliis Season, at Mut V tama Reef, The. Thoroughbred Horse CIL\,\(,'K. HE is a black horse, stands 16 hands 2 inches high, and for bone and sinew cannot b| surpassed. His performances are very welKknown in Gundagai, Tumut, and Adelong districts. Chance is by Blair Athol, by Sir Hercules, dam Brunette by Aj ax. Terms ? £2/10/0 each mare. Season to commence 20th Se...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows: — Cootamundra R.S. 5.30 a.m. Bethungra ? 8.15 p.m. „ P.O. 5.45 a.m. Junee ? 12 noon Cungegong ? ? ? 7 a.m. Wallaceton ? 1.30 p.m. Arriving at Wagga Wagga at 3 p.m. NORTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows : — Wagga Wagga ? 10 a.m. Bethungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaceton ? 11.30 a.m. Cungegong ? 5.45 p.m. Junee ? 1.15 p.m. Cootamundra P.O. 6.45 p.m. Arriving at the Railway-station at 7 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives at Coota mundra at 6 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

Cs ^ COOTAMUNDRA -44^ AERATED WATER FACTORY. rpiIOMAS 'J. 'WEBSTER, Proprietor, has I always on hand a supply of cool, re freshing Cordials and Aerated Waters. The price for Aerated Waters reduced to 2/G per dozen from the l^t November. j^NNEJ^ft, A^D AJ^LETON, Manufacturing is/imp^t^^nf^S^ners, 361, Oastlere^gh-strib#, Soiith. Sydney. Country orders will receive immediate atten tion.,. Price-lists forwarded on application. .ALpiON STEAM CONFECTIONERY (£ao6Z/ works* KuiMevSy, ^ for receiving tenders for the JL '-fjffiCTION^and COMPLETION of the proposed jDekc^^E^side^^imjpnnexion with the PujWic S^ol/SiT WO-MILE CREEK, ha^been extend^ to the 19th No vember, jjratant. Plans and specifications may be seen on application to Mr. W. Elliott, secretary to the Public School Board at that place, to whom tenders must be addressed on or be fore that date. Forms of tender may be obtained from Mr. Elliott. W. -WILKINS, Secretary. Council of Education Office, Sydney, Sth November, 1877. TRNIER A...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 November 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Chubch of England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wallendbeen, 3 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. Wbslkyan : — Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. Thompson. cootato^^'ebald. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1877.

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