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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

Notice. REIT) AND' H-M)RE (Li:.to o: the firm of Reid and Sons, of Yass) ^ ') EG to in form the inhabitants of Coota Jl Jl n.undra, and the surrounding districts, th.t t'i.ev have NOW OPENED theii BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHTS SHOP in the main street to the Terminus, where they hope by strict attention to busi ness and first-class workmanship to secun a share of the public patronage. N.B. — Nothing used in building or re pairing but the best of Bargo Box and Iron b:rk. The best of English and American Hickory and Ash for buggy or coach re pairs. All orders will receive prompt at tention. Cootamundra. Oct. 22. 1877. | To Stand tliis Season, at tama Reef, Th« Thoroughbred Ilorse CHANCE. HE is a black horse, stands 10 hands inches high, arid for bone and sinew cafinot be surpassed. His performances ar very well known in Gundagai, Tuu:ut, .an Adelong districts. Chance is by Blair At.hol. by Sir Ilercn'.es dam Brunette by Ajax. Terms ? £2/10/0 each mare. Season to commence 20th September. ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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BY RAIL TO COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

BY RAIL TO c6b£vMUNDRA. i .1? Y VIDEO. Fin DAY last was proclaimed a public holi- f day in honour of the Prince of Wales' birth- | day. ,'V rumour was circulated in town last ) Thursday that tho Prince was dead, no doubt with the intention of interfering with tho demonstration in honour of his birthday. The canard was unsuccessful, for tho people turned out by thousands, patronising 'bus, steamer, aud rail. As your readers are aware, tho southern line is now open for traffic to Cootamundra — an .important town situated 253 miles from Sydney ;? and as two intimate friends of mine whom I will designate A and W, availed themselves of a trip^to^aud from that township, the reproduction of a few notes taken during the journey may bo in teresting to intending tourists' in that direc tion. The train was advertised to' start at (Ho a.m., and fully an hour before that time the Rodforu Station was crowded with ex cursionists, who rushed to carriages tho mo ment they came to a. halt. One old ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

Cootamundra Auction Mart. ' «UAIL~AND CO., STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Household Property, Produce and ; Stock Salesmen , // . Parker-street, ' CooTAMUNiftty^ 1/ Regular sale held every thurs DAY. ? Auction Notie^ The draught horses aid dray^/ advertised opr sale on tho /6th instant; have been delayed in travelling. Conse quently, the sale\will bo POSTPONED to WEDNESDAY, jhe 28th. / .Sy ( W.A.BY1NE, S y Alictioneer. PnbMc Auction*/ ^ PGUIRY^ill sell hp/mlfcc ahction, ? on THUHBDAY NEXT at 2 o'dlock, at Hawkins's Eptel, Cootamundra, J 8 young WORKING BULLOQKS in good condition and none o^er six years oM. # To parties wanttng a good young t^jim of bullocks this opiprtunity is a good ope, as the bullocks ar^ill young, in good cowlition, W'' and for positive sale. TO wool growers!' STRONGITHARM AND MACKENZIE are CASH purchasers of. this Season's 1 X Clip at current rates, or aire prepared to con sign it to their agents.— Messrs. HARRI SON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, Sydney; or Messrs. CLOUGHJAND ...

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BEAUTIFUL BLUE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

BEAUTIFUL BLUE EYES. By P. P. P. Some cove there is who inlks of eyes So beautiful tuul brown ; Another with the .striken vies, Arid writes ' our little town.' Pool- simple fool;-, whoso childish lays Unrncked, unnoticed g-\ 'Why don't you turn to writing plays, Tlu-.n\l tiGvar I d so low. You talk of eyes— why mo can I 'Until mine eyelids wag Though I'd sooner lie me down and die Than be a brandy-brag. Three star for tippler.*; is no doubt The very beat of liquor, For when the brandy flies about The love for'fc grows the quicker. ] I know a saddler in whoso mind. Brown eyes ave quit? c-mtrarj*. And with a pair of gveys- can iiiid His bright aud blushing 3\L?.rv. E'ich mo; n at Den iff s ample board She waits on cither side, Aud quickly to the saddler-lord Kka p wsiag d linty's phe.l. 'Tis not alone brown eyes that speak Of never-changing love ; I've watched my loving pair a weclr, And thus my words I prove. 'No inoie, no more' some playera say lu soma old timo-worn ditty ; But you'...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. A heavy thunder and hail storm passed over the town this afternoon. The hail was very large and doubtless will have done considerable damage to those of the wheat crops the storm may have happened to pass over. After the hail had ceased a fine shower of rain fell, sufficiently heavy to set the gutters on the street running, but, unfor tunately, was of short duration. Wool Rates.— No authorised rate-sheet for wool has, so far as we know, been issued by the Government. But we believe the following are correct From Cootamundra to Sydney— greasy, 8/3 per bale of about 400 lbs. ; and through to Melbourne the freight is something like |d. per lb. Messrs. Goldsbrough and Co. advertise that they will take delivery of wool at Sydney terminus for Mel bourne at the following rates Greasy, £2 per ton: washed £2/15/. ' Mn. W. A. Byrne reports having sold a quarter of an acre of land adjoining the post and telegraph office, on accoimt of Mr. H. D. Coker, to Mess...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. THURSDAY, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. By Cousin Will. Thursday, Nov. 22. The weather has changed for the better since my last. The week has been genial, and occasionally we have had slight showers. It is now dull, with every appearanco of rain. The rain was much wanted, and what little we havo thus had, will tend to restore to the grass its former strength, for cer taihlv it is becoming very brown. You will be pleased to know that an attempt has just been made to establish a free public library in this city. A public meeting to consider tho question was adver tised to be held on Monday evening; but the attendance was extremely limited, which no doubt- was largely owing to tho fact that several other important meetings were being held at the same time. Those who did at tensl , however, seemed convinced that it was high time we could boast of a free library, and explained that other far less pretentious places had such successfully established in their midst. It was advanced that a little energy an...

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AUSTRALIAN v. N. S. WALES CRICKET MATCH. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent,) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

AUSTRALIAN v. N. S. WALES CRIC KET MATCH. (From our klcaraphic Correspondent .) This match commenced on the Albert ground Sydney, on Friday, between the Australian Combined Team of eleven, and Fifteen New South Wales team. D. Gregory, captain for the eleven ; Evans for the fifteen. Evans won the toss and elected to go first to tho wickets. The following will show the pro gress of the match : — N. S. Wales Fifteen-. First Innings. E. Gregory, c and b Kendall ? 15 Sheridan, c A. Bannermau, b Kendall ? 20 Humphreys, run out ? ? ? 5 ? Geary, c Bailey, b Spofforth ? 29 Evans, c Murdoch, b Spofforth ? 14 Rush, run out ? 1 Towel], 1) Spofforth ? 17 Tindall, b Horan ? 4 Dummett, b Spofforth ? ig Pococli, c Kendall, b Spofforth ? j ! ! . . 14 Burrows, c Boyle, b Spofforth * ? 7 A. Docker, run out ? 4 Webster, c D. Gregory, b Spofforth ? ? ll Hannigan, c Bailey, b Boyle ? 4 Brown, not out ? 0 Sundries ? [... 5 Total ? 168 Second Innings. E. Gregory, c Backham, b Spoffoth ? ? 14 Sheridan, not ...

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POETRY. PEOPLE WILL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

POETRY. I PEOPLE WILL TALK. ' ?You may get. through tlio world, but 'twill bo very slow, If you listen to all thatis .said as you go ; You'll bo worried, and fretted, aiul kept in n stew, For meddlesome tongues must have something' to do, And people will talk. If quiet and modest, you'll have it presumed That your humble position is only assumed— You're a woolf in .sheep's clothing, or else you're a fool ; Hut don't s'ot excited — keep perfectly cool, For people will talk. i And then if you show the least boldness of heart, Or a slight inclination to take your own prut, They will call you an upstart, conceited aud vain, But keep straight ahead— dont stop to explain — For people will talk. If threadbare your dress, or old-fashioned your hat, Some one will surely take notice of that, And'liint rather strong that you can't pay your way, But don't get excited whatever they say — For people will talk. If your dress is in fashion, don't think to escape, For they criticise them in a differ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYDJfET. THE above Bank has OPENED A BRANCH at Cootamundra for the transaction of all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout tho -world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE.^Ly^ Cootamundra, ' 7^ 30th January, 1877. ' L.A.C.L., M.R.C^^L.M.B.S., (A legally Qualified Mp-ucai'';!Pf^ ) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Stroiigitharm & Mackenzie, STO^fW^ON, COMMISSION -A-GS-EHSTTS, COOTAMUNDRA. MR. JOHN RUSSELL, SOLICITOR, BtTRROWA-STllEET, Attends Cootamundra ea^ei*y Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, M.D., O.M. (UNIV. EDIN.), (A legally qualified Medical Practitioner), MAY BE CONSULTED by patients at their private residencies or at the Albion Hotel, CootamundwL 4 ? /- / lstNov.,-ta55T / ^ ''/ Sign-writer, Ilouse^ii^ tier, and Decorator, Paperhanger and Glazier , COOTAMTJNDEA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. Agent for Gibstoay /patent Roof-cooling Composition. Charges M...

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WHERE HE WAS GOING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

WHERE HE WAS GOING. Boggs is a very social man, and he likes to talk with any person he happens to be travel ling with. He made a . trip up the little Miami Railroad the other day, and found a seat alongside of a solemn looking man, who kept his gaze out of the window. Boggs tried to catch his eye, to open conversation with him; but he couldn't do it. It's hard to catch a man's eye travelling at the rate of thirty-five miles an hour. Boggs offered the man his paper to read; but he shook his head without looking around. The conduc tor came along- and Boggs thought surely he must look around now; but he didn't. A man in front handed out two tickets, and pointed silently to Boggs's companion. Boggs began to grow uneasy. It was the longest time he had ever been in a stranger's company without finding out something about him — where he was pointing for at least. The breaksman came that way with some water, at length, and the man turned round to get some. Boggs : immediately availed himse...

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MR. BRIGHT AND SIR CHARLES G. DUFFY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

MR. BRIGHT AND SIR CHARLES G. DUFFY. ( Economist.) . Me. Beight is happily able to speak in liis own defence, and no man better. But on Mr. Mill's behalf we desire to say a few words. Great tenderness should always be used in putting forward a statement on be half of the dead, lest one should, however unintentionally, misrepresent them in any way. In order to avoid doing this, we will quote from Mr. Mill's works the passage . on the strength of which his support has been claimed in . favour of the principle of Protection in a new country: — 'The only case m which, on mere principles of politi cal economy, protecting duties can be de fensible, is when they are imposed tempor arily (especially in a young and rising na tion) in hopes of naturalising a foreign in dustry, in itself perfectly suitable to the circumstances of the country. The supe riority of one country over another in a . branch of production often arises only from having begun it so.on. There may be no inherent advantage...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 10.10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 10.10 a.m. Parliament meets to- morrow. Sir George , Wigram Allen will bo nominated for the j Speakership, and is not to be opposed. His Excellency is to deliver the opening speech j on Wednesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

Hor, low Ay's Ointment Asn Pii.pa— Sores, Wounds, and Ulcers.— Eyej-y variety of sore, 'ulcer, eruption, toil, and carbuncle ig safely stopped in its destructive course by the tijnoly application of' this healing Ointment. It arrests unhealthy and substitutes healthy action, thus curing tho inflamed;' irritable, and spreading diseases af fecting the skin. Holloway's Ointment Las gained an imperisliablo fame for its facility in dealing ola infia'ma tory sores about the styins and ankles, a-id for bad legs and old wounds ijfpappbj; lip equalled j uos'is it less eflica .c-iout? ifi gathered breasts apd abscesses'. 'W}ipft the powr plaint litis been pf long. continiVaiic'e, HdUpway^s fills will expedite recovery if taken' in ftypj I altwUiveu ou the wawa -wj Um cotwUcutiou. ..V— . *

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. JOSEPH LEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

COMPLIMENTARY BANQUlk TO MB. JOSEPH LEAKY. \ Mr. Joseph Leahy, the member-elect for the Murruinbi lgee, huviuggiv-jn, in his ca pacity as represent itive in Parliament, -tin* utmost satisfaction to the electors of Cuota inundra, as shown by the unanimity of vot ing in the late election, and having madt great sacrifices in time aud expense to pro secute his candidature in this extensive elect orate. his frit rids here determined to invitt aim to a complimentary ban-.uet. Monda\ ?evening last was the time appointed for th' estiva l, when it pass.nl otf under the mos; favourable circumstances. At about half-past se.vcn o'clock on as sembly of electors to the number of abou; n'e hundred and filty congr. ^ated in froi. -1 the Albion Hotel', it having been an ,ou need by placards that Mr. Leary wou; iddress tlu-m by way ot returning thanks f- .i ?is election. Mr. 11. .Jones occupied th hair, and briefly introduced Mr. Lear;, . .vliosi* speech was very 1 rief. lie return*'' is Wi.rui' St t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

JNUW tiiat U W llUv ?- i::t i'ii: l'.\ tciui'. to Co ?tamundra, there are .NUMiig iv-j. sons in avoar --i ai r'a^. i'-n ailiu la twi.e, here arid GiVuda. ai, in pi'i.'.rrf nee t. » tli r -ute 1 r -in Bowuing-. Tlu-rc \voul(l u on y be a ot hut also o m j l --*y ; and the-.eonsmmr, the chi'.-. to be considered in trado 'dc-sa!ia?i-'. wi»uid rcaii thte benelil- of the' chanuf Vv t? do not. advot.ate tins- clian^o wit) a view t'i any '.'prospective heuoiit to tin town of Ooiitaiinindra, othor than thai of ? '-inaugurating nifans of locomctioi IjHtwetm limrand Gundagai ; a ud doubt ? i«.'ss, if icarriagft-traific oii:this road wer» smiredv we should soou have the i'urthei a i vantage of rail and passenger com rnuiiication. ? From the Melbourne Argu v- iearh tliat., at a meetia-r ol' the Cham hev of Coninlerce, the- President said that,, on the opening of the extension to Betiiungra. it was proposed to start the intercolonial mail-coach from that point instead of Bowning : in which case ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

.Bethungra Station Buildings.— Or reierence to our advertising columns it wit bo seen that tenders are invited up to tlir' 18t.li Doceinbc-r next, for tiio erection ol tin station buildings at Bithungra. Selections. — Tho following conditional purehitsrs wero mado on Thursday last at. tin local Land- office : — Patrick White, 4 On. Cullmga ; Robert E. Taylor, 40a, Cunge gong; Robert B. Curtwright, 40a, Diulu mun. The Richardson Fund.— Wo promised to publish an account of this rund ; but the papers having been taken away from the fi* ollicoj we are precluded troin doing- so. li they are returned to us lor tho purpose, will be happy to publish the statement. Concert. — The concert in behalf of the Catholic Church came off last evening. Visi tors kept arriving in town all day ; and tho school-room was crowded. Tlio thunder storm in the afternoon did not appear to af fect its success in any degree. A full re port will be given in our next issue, as the concert only commonced as wo wero ...

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RICHARDSON FUND. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

RICHARDSON FUND, 1 (TO THE EDITORS I Sir,— -In the subscription list pubHshed in yoiu issue of 2Q^h ii\s|an,t, alittlo way down whwu, Con. M' Oarthy is credited ^Ip^g subscribed !/. The amount he did actually contribute was 10/. AVill you , .. be good enouirh to malm ftn'a H ' w u ' VWJ.IVjL'UIUU 1IA your uoxfc iasuoa aad oblige,' youry, &c, ^ ? llUGI-I AGNEW. A BitANCH of the Hibernian- Australasian Catholic Benefit Society was formaly opened at the Catholic schoolroom here on Monday evening, mh instant, when eighteen mem- ? bers joined. Owing to very few members ^ being m attendance at the nour appointed, several who would otherwise have joined were d'sapointed, or the number instead of being eighteen would have been over forty PitOMPTiTUDE - OF Our Member.— When i. Leary i11 town it was represented to him -that tho sum of £100 voted for tho yooreation-groimd was urgently wanted; ityKi a co.iiiple of days aftor his return to Sydney he forwarded a letter^ ft*om the De partm...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

BAILWAY TiCM S ' TABLE. Tnrc follow.uK noiu MhjWo at * glmce tin: t.mra of de parture and arrival of tanuu» and the fairs oha: god LEA EJ I'.M. A. I. ' CoDtftimmdra ? 7 *5 (i u ! W-illeudbeerr ? -u m-.c-a 8 13 (3 23 3 - 2'- M.imuci hurrah ? 25 6 10' 0 0 3 -l. 2 Cunnt!ig..ir* ? as 8 58' T 13 i- -i,S Galong' ? ? 9 22 7 :(1 .9/3 6 3 Bni:iJoug ? i5 , 9,-i t; 2 11 3 7 6 Bb'-vnizig ? 50 lft 22 ' 8 10 119 9/9 *a»s ? G'j 10 *3 9 0 10/6 ' li - Gu:i:i,ug ? il 6 ) ! 10 7 10/0 j 13. Gjiilburn ? 119 ? 1 15 j 11 'Jj 20/9 1 19,9 Arriving at Sydney at 6.5-0 a.m. and 5.33 p. in. AIIRIV AL3. Trains leavi: Syincy at 9. 10 -.L.m. and C.21 p.m , arriving at P.M. l'.K. Goulburn ? 131 miles 4 *3 11 55 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165 5 50 1 20 -15/3 £3 - Yass ? 187 6-17 2 16 50/9 36 9 Bownuig ? ? 191 7 10 2 40 52/6 38- Bmaloug ? 2-' -8 7 4-1 311 55. '- 39/6 G along* ? ? 2uJ 8 4 3 31 55/9 40/- I'mniingai' ? ? ? 22 » 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/9 M*.Tuniburmh ? 228 4 45 412 57,3 1 41.' ilicii'lbi'GU-* ? 2 ll 9 16 4 42 59/- - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

| MOTITAJi LIFSS ASSOCUTIOK/ OF Established 1869, meorporaied^y- ^Lct of j/arliamcut. J TVTR. WILLIAM BYRNE has -bee£ ap- _LtJl_ pointedSAGENT at Cootamunirk in room of Mr. Frank Moore resigned, ^^^^Se c^etar y .J George aiyi^Wynyard-sJ^t, / Sydndy7l6th Noveirfoer, 1877. I TRJHilER (MO gadbban, / Photograpfc£ff3X HendfjfO See. 'UT^V^fTOKeai^Snatest niws Irl J0T\t flows j/Mss the laj^a? — photogragnqr oPmerij^ / In Cootamundra has a stan/, ( And his p^euires are tho belt / ^That's been taken in the place How well he brings the eyes o\t, Hqw clearly cuts the face ! 1 Rtily round and havo the shayw Ere the sulwhiiice laiiosj awa\y -And keep the development cjf art In first-class Photography.' AIJBURN-S?S^^^^^raNZ) MONUMEX^; TOMBsThEAD STONIfcTCROSSES, &c., in Free stone or Marble, at Lowest Possible Rates. Design forwarded i'or Tombstone and Rail ing upon application at the works. ALL persons owip^WtlJ ^Al^f^iCe undersigner^D requeste^o ddffver the same as earljHis possible. ^ ...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY N[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

Z RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUKLAY NlX'-i Church ok England i.'oDtamui.dii!, 11 hii-1 7 ; . V. ESJ-EYA.v.— 1 ootumund-! ll a in. and r*30 ; L ;s\. Creek, 3 -12V. oh. T om sm. CflOTOMUNDBa I ERfllO. T U hitti -A \ . Is U A I ; r, w ?-:. i H7 I'

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