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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 November 1877

x uaiAL Tin.L lA^iiiii. SOUIUERX MAIL. Leaves daily. Monday excepted, as follows : — Cootamundra lt.S. 5.3U a.111 j Uethuugni ? ? ..8.15 p.m. P.O. 5.i5 a.111 j unee ? li uooi Cungtgong.... ? 7 a.m. 1 vVailacHuu ? i.30 p.m Aii-.vaig at \Vuggd Wagga at 3 A .in. NORTHERN HAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows : — Wagga Wagga.. ? 10a.in. I Bethuiigrc ? I. I5p.ro Wallaceton ? 11.30 a.m. | uiigcgong ? 5..op.n- Junee ...:; ? 1.15 p.m. 1 Cootuiniuuliitr.O. ti.i5p.n.. iuiiVing at the lla-lwjiy-st.itioii at 7 p.m. 'i e.iuea Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. j airives at T.-.mo) 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 — 4 December 1877

ffintiuil IJfc jpociation oi' G^30smnLisHKD 1869. -^ I-wprj)omiea by Act of Parliament, q)** peincipal office, ^George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. DIRECTORS:— The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.O., Chairman; Hon. Sir Gr. W. Allon, M.L. A.,. Deputy-chairman; H. G. AUcyne, Esq., M.I). ; John Davies, Esq., M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, Esq., J3.A. _ The first offieo in those colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Eighth Annual Hepoiit, Prospectuses Tables of Rates, and full information on all points of interest to intending proponents, can be had on application to ME. W. A. BYRNE, agent for Cootaniundrs. By order of the Board, J. 0. REMINGTON, Secretary ' Is there no hope I' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head. ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. *' JEgroto dunt animus cut, .yes exl.' DR. L. 1I7SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults On all affections of the Nervous system (no matter from what cause aris...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 5th December. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

THE LA5MD. LAND SALE*. TOOTAMUNDRA. Oil Wednesday, uth December. Country Lots : Lot A. portion 1'-, 136a 3r, c. Clarendon, p. Bethungrn, adjacent to the western boundaries' of J. Smith's conditional pur chase, portions, 1 1 , 12, and 13, of 40 acres, each, and the southern boundary of I'. Waring !s conditional purchase Xo. 14. Ironbung run. Lot B, portion US, 40a, c. Clarendon, p* Morrybindinynh, on the road from Morris to Enrongilly, and laying SO chains northerly from portion 117, parish of EurongiTly. Jeralgambeth run. Lot 0, portion 174. 40a, e. Harden,' p. Cowcuinbla. adjacent to part of the western boundary of P. Larkin's conditional pur chase No. 90 of 40 acres, and adjoining the eastern boundary of portion 173 of 40 acres. Lot D, portion 26o, 40a; c. Harden, p. Jindalee, adjoining the western boundary of W. Manning's conditional purchase Xo. 264 of 40 acres. Lot D, portion 34S, 40a, -\ Harden, p. Cullingii, adjoining the eastern boundary of portion 229, and the southern boun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

' CURE FOR BLIGHT^' T) 0 y\l ' -43— G-E I^EJ^TA T E J) An Effectual Guru for tho Might, Sore Eyes, Inflamed Eyelids, &o. * ^ IN BOTTLES 2s. Gil. EACH- ^^^ A few drops to bo dropped into the Eye five or six times a day. Prepared and Sold by the Proprietor, IB. J. WILLIAMS, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, *Fitzmauricc-strcot, Wagga Wagga.. {£3* Agents for Cootaniundra, Messrs. J. and E. BARNES, Storekeepers. WM. DUNCAN, |_ AUBUKN-STREET, GOULBURN. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STONES, CROSSES, &c, in Free stone or Marble, at Lowest Possible Rates. Design forwarded for Tombstone and Rail ing upon application at tli-.1 works. WILLIAM jTrJETCHEfT, a-. LAND AGEN'l^ ^ 13R0MPT attention and Charges reason able. ^^Uootamundra, I PATRICK M'GOWAN, of Cootaniundra « have this day appointed Messrs. Strongitharm and Mackenzie, stock and sta tion agents, my attorneys, for managing my property, collecting my rents, and paying all accounts incidental thereto. +0^ Signed,. PATRICK M'GOWAN. Wi...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 12th December. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, Yltli December. CocxniY Lots.: .Lots A and L, portions 10 and 12, 17 -a and 208a 2r, c. Bland, p. Yarran, oii the right bank of Bland or Yeo Yeo creek, and respectively adjoining the western boundaries of portions 11 and 13 of 160 and 162 acres. Grogari run. Lot C, portion 300, 4ua 3r, c. Harden, j). Wombat, adjoining the eastern boundary of John M'Cormack's conditional purchase por tion Xo. 297 of 40a. Lot D, portion 308, 272a 3 r, c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan, adjoining the south-eastern corner of William Sullivan's conditional pur chase Xo. 54 of 160a, and part of northern boundary of William Macansh's portion 18 64a. The above are at the upset price of £1. Lot E, portion 43, 40a, c. Monteagle, p. Coolegong, on the road from Grenfell to Young, and adjoining southern boundary' of portion 3 of 40a. £80.

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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

THE FARM. Mowing Busted Wheat. — Fanners had better not be too precipitate (says the Darl iiitf Downs Gazette) in mowing down their wheat on the first appearance of rust. Last week Mr. Noden, of tho Darlington Mills, called on us with a sample of Egyptian wheat, rusty, but forming a good ear, and near ma turity ; and on Monday we had a visit from Mr. P. M'Donald, of Gowrie Creek, who ex hibited some white wheat, of which the samo may bo said. It had been attacked by rust some weeks ago, but was neverthe less making a good grain and would shortly i be fit for reaping, with, he assures us, an ? excellent yield. It would seem, therefore, I . . that it is possible to bo too. hasty m mowing r wheat in which rust -has made- its appear - y' ance. On the other hand, an instance has I como under our notice of a settler at Dray I' ton, who 'was reluctant to mow down for hay I a promising field of wheat when his neigli A bours were so treating theirs, and hesitated [ ? up till tho presont time...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 28th December. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

AT GUXDAGAI. On W'cdnesday, 2Sth December. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 100, 40a, c. Harden, p. Bongongolong, adjoining the pastern bound ary of T. CEristian's conditional purchase No. 96 and the northern boundary of his conditional purchase Xo. 97. Upset price £1 per acre.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

???? ? ; -Q3* Xotice. REID AND' MOORE i (Late of tlio firm of Reid and Sons, of Yass) J BEG to inform the inhabitants of Coota mundra, and the surrounding districts, that they have NOW OPENED their BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT'S SHOP in the main sfeft to thj^Foruimiis, ' where they hopo b^mofoittcWmy to busi- -- ness and first-clres Jvomna^Kliip to secure € a share of the lm/ji^P^J)^fe)Be. N.B. — NothinWiilcaiiWmiidiug1 or re pairing but the Irest of Bargo Box and Iron bark. The beift of English and American Hickory andr Ash for buggy or coach re pairs, y tt^ All orders will receive prompt at tention. _ Cootamimdra, Oct. 22, 1877. To Stand this Season, at Mftt- ] lama Rcelwy^^ ? ? The Thoroughbred fL/QxT^ * v- JtjL-r\ JL\I K^JcLd. HE is a black horse, stands 1(- hands 2 * inches high, and for bone and sinew ?*? cannot be surpassed. His performances are very well known in Gundagai, Tuinut, and ' Adelong districts. ^ Chance is by Blair Athol, by Sir Hercules, dam Brunette by Aj ax. Term...

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FREE SELECTION IN RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

FREE SELECTION IX KIVERIXA. (Pastoral Times. J Last week Mr. Capron, who is one of our most respected of selectors, parted with tho last of his effects in Riverina. Some three years ago he selected between two and three thousand acres of land in one of the choicest spots of the Billabong, thereby securing a largo slice of what may be called the cream of the district; but owing to dry seasons, together with, tho general unsuitabloness of tho district for agricultural purposes, ho was induced to sell his land to the lessee of the run on winch he had selected, and he is now about to return with his family to Vic toria, the land whence they came. We hear also that another large transaction of a similar nature has just taken place, by which, between two and three thousand acres belonging to one of our selectors have passed into the hands of tho man of broad acres, but a short distance from town. Theses transactions can scarcely pass by without exciting in the minds of free se lecting adv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

F.ree Selectors. — Tho memorial praying for tho stoppage of- the sale of crown land. by, auction lies at our office for signature, Selection. — Tho. following selection was taken up at the Young laud offico on the 24th instant: — John Canny. 40 acres, Mop pity. Fatal Accident. — On Monday last a man was killed at Jiillabong. He foil from his dray, and tho wheel passed over his body, and' he died from the wounds received. Selections. — At the local land-office, on Thursday last : — Robert Gregory, 40a, Cu cumblrt ; Ambrose Alchin, 80a, Oungegong; ; Patrick White, 40a, -Culifaga; Th'os. Cham bers, 60a, Lagoon Creek. '\ Service or Summons. — His Worship Mr. W. Love at the Court on Saturday, stated that service of summons with a wife (when the husband is the party sued) is not a valid service, unless it can be shown that tho husband would have opportunity of see ing it within a reasonable time. He recom mended suitors to give the service into tho hands of of bailiff. Libel. — In tho cas...

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AN IMPORTANT JUDGMENT FOR FREE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

AX IMPORTANT JUDGMENT FOR FREE SELECTORS. A cash of considerable interest to free selec tors and others was decidod in the Banco Court this morning by the full court, con sisting of 'their Honors the Chief Justice Sir James Martin, Mr Justice Hargravc, and Mr. Justice Faucett. Tho caso was ono of ejectment, brought by James Joseph Mood against John Thomas Longford, and was tried beforo Mr. Justice Fawcett and a jury of four, on October 6, at AVagga Wagg'a v.'iiuuiu vwii.il. a.no uuiilUU WHS UlOUgnu LO recover possession of 40 acros of land. In support of his caso plaintiff put in evidence a Crown grant of land to himself . Tho des cription in the grant corresponds with that in his application. In answer to plaintiff's title, defendant set up ovidodce that he was entitled to tho land as a conditional pur chaser of tho same. Defendant showed in evidence that ho had paid the usual foes and ??oniplied with all tho roquireuionts of :ho Crown Lands Act. He further provod 'hat for two or t...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List No. 20. SYDNEY, October 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

UNCIAIMED LETTERS. — List No. 20. Sydney, October 15, 1877. Parties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post Office, are requested to givo the correct number oi! the letter, with the date and number of the list in which they may have observed their names, as such reference will materially facilitate de livery. Parties in the country inaking written applications, in addition to the former particulars, arc roquested to state where they expect their letters from, and any othor information tending to prevent an tiimocussary transmission of letters. S||II' J.BTTKKS. 13 lHuhard ? jV'mys» Murrumburrah ; 17 -T. Bchrons, Cootainundra ; -l.S F. O. Hodgson, chemist, Miirrumbur rah; 1H.C. liiohard, Contuinumlru; 52 John Starr, Be~ thungra. ISLAND l.KTTKKH. Cootami.'XI)KA. — 12 J. -Adams ; !)8Jas. Ashton; 38 F. W Banes, commercial traveller ; 105 Thomas Blake ; 170 Block and .Scott ; 352 W. IL Burno ; 9S4 J . Byrnes ; 23 Mrs. Campbell ; 12 Miss E. Dallas ; 57 George Dawson ; 58 Joseph ...

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FOR AND AGAINST MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

FOB AND AGAINST MARRIAGE. , [Tiiose who arc o])posod to matrimony will read the first and third lines, then the second and fourth, and so continue through all the verses. The friends of the 'insti- tution' need make no transposition.] The man must lrrul p. happy life 'Who is directed by his ?wife ; 'Who's free from mntrhnonisil chains la sure to suffer for his pains. ' i .Miitin, our sire, coiuu nna no pciico Until he wiw a woman's face : 'When Eve vrna rjiven him for a mate Adam was in a happy stale. In all the female hearts a]ipear Truth — darling1 of the heart sincere ; Hypocrisy, deceit, and pride, 2s*e'er known in -woman to reside. 'What tongue is able to xmfoW The worth in woman we 'behold .' The falsehood that in women dwell Is almost imperceptible. Fooled be the foolish man, I say, 'Who would not yield to woman's sway ; 'Who changes from his singleness Is sure of perfect happiness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

THE GITY BANK, 8Y1KSEY. '? ?' riMlE nbovn Bank has O.l'KNlvD A JL BEANOTI nt Cootnmunilra for the transaction of all usual banking business. ACfENOIES throughout the world. The Branch is under tho .iu*ui;i-»t:ment of Mr. J. I. PMTRIE. *ST? A Oootamundra, J&p^'Q^ ? 30th January, 1877. A DR. T. G. iVJMY, L.A.O.L., M.E.C.S^^.M.B.S., (A legally Qualified Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Gootaimmdra. Strongitliarni & Mackenzie, STOCK, STATiPN.y OOOTAMTpflfmA. IVIR. JOHN RUSSELL, SOLICITOEy^ y- ^ Attends Cootamundra o^ery Court day. M.D., CM. (UNIT. ED1N.), (A legally qualified Medical Practitioner), MAY BE CONSULTED Ivy patients at their private residencc/or at^ the Albion Hotel, Cootamundra.^ — -yfe$ 1st Nov. , 1877. ? % 4t'iX? x: yL'Y'Jvx; ^A^?wrA'fcAAl)?J^ii^)f; Sign-writer, Ilousc-imiiiter, and Decorator, Papci 'hanger nnd Glazier ?, COOTAMTJNDEA. ALT; orders execii^tL with the utmost despatch. A^g/ Vehicles painted u]p& tBo sho...

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GETTING READY FOR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

GETTING BEADY FOB SCHOOL. . ' Tjie cause of education be hanged !' he muttered as he sat down on the kerbstone on Shelby-strcct yesterday. lie was a lad of thirteen. Ho spat through his front teeth, and he spat often. His pants were supported by apiece of wire clothes-line girted around his waist, his hat was ancient and greasy, and his big flat feet seemed to ho waiting for a thunder- shower to wash them r'lnnn ' That's what ails me !' he went on, as he pushed his toes into the wet sand. I don't believe in a feller -diffing in and learning all there is to learn, and not letting other folks have a chance. There is lots of other folks in the world besides me, and I ain't going to be a hog and try to learn all there is to learn.' ^ ' After a minute he went on : ' Don't I know 'nuff now ? Three times two are six, four times five are twenty, and lour ana tour are eight. That s as correct as 1 could get 'em if I went to school for ahundred years. And don't I know how to spell? O-a-t is '...

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SHOCKING CASE OF WIFE-BEATING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

SHOCKING- CASE OF WIFE-BEATING. The inquest on the body of Mrs. Lillywhite, whose death at Sailor's Gully, Victoria, was reported in our telegraphic columns, dis closes one of the most brutal cases of wife beating that ever took place in the colonies. 'We extract the following summary of the case from the Melbourne Daily Telegraph of Thursday : — 'We frequently hear of what may happen to a man in Victoria, and the Sandhurst papers of yesterday relate a horri ble story of what a woman may endure in the presence of a number of witnesses, with out one or them moving a linger to protect her. A Mrs* Lillywhite, the landlady of an hotel in Sailor's Gully, died on tho 12th instant, and suspicions of foul play on the part of the- husband being aroused, it was decided to hold an inquest. The inquiry commenced on the 14th, and was adjourned until Tuesday last, when it was continued, the evidence disclosing how a wife may be battered about in the presence of her neigh bours in such a way as wo...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

COMMERCIAL. Ilevuhl Office, 'Mondfiv. I)i;imm! the past weulf. \w, hiivu bow vi.si(n(] by several thniHlrrstorm.s, in o;uih instance accompli nied by fine showers of ruin. With tho u'pnther w very hot, Ihundor stonus lire natural ; awl it is h- l-c hopt/il, owinjr to the {i'l.'iK'i'iil want of vain throughout M-ic district, that wo may ho frt'ijui-'jitly visitwl by fhwi. Mowing for hay has boon pushed on of lnlu and some laiHr'n shirks are now dot hid about tho neighbourhood. ?Altho'.i.^h ninny of tho wheat crops iliiV yeiiv are total failure:--, we hear of .--unie in the district buinjy described as the most, promising wised for sonic years ; this alone- is encouraging?. : Messhh. yruoxiuTicAKM anpMackexzik report having sold, through their Sydney agents, I5(i bend of fat cattle on iieeomit of'Mackeui'.it; Brothers »t .satisfactory prices. i iusy twsni iriu.ti.uii iu ,u.uuj\:-jiinii iisu niiuv:j- iiu iui. iuuo. Elliott. A coirospondeut writes from South P.iverina to the Xamoi Iiukp...

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YOUNG COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. NOVEMBER 24. HORSE ST[?]ALING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

YOUNG COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. November 24. house stoalijkg. Thomas Canty was charged, on suspicion, with stealing a mnro. Scnior-constablo Parkor, stationed at Cootamundra, deposed: On Saturda last, tho 24th instant, in company with Sonior con .stable Loughnanc, I went to a digging about fovo jm'ics from 'Wombat, closo to u fliun ; 1 saw a. dark chestnut imiro hobbled with .stiiTiip-leathor, and branded TL No. 2 reversed under near shoulder ; I thou weut to a hut about 1 .30 yards from where tho asked him to gut his bridle and como with me ; ho wont with mo to where the maro was, which is now outside tho court ; I asked hiui ' Do you know anything about her I'' ho replied 'No;' I then arrested him on suspicion of stealing a dark chestnut maro brandod TL jXto 2 reversed unde.i near shouldoa; he replied 'All rfght;' I took possession of tho maro, and took tho pri soner to the hut again ; I told him to get his saddle ; the saddle I now produce ho claimed tts his property ; I. examined...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

If the Mosaic record bo true — and we seo no season to doubt it — tho' tiller of tlie soil above all others of the. Adamite raco must oxpect to; meet with severe crosses and adversity 'whilst endeavour ing to oarn his daily bread. His broad is indeed earned by the sweat of his brow, and the husbandman is a marvol of patience, The wisest of men has said that lie that tilleth the soil shall be filled with bread ; but many a tiller of tho soil this day will be roady to exclaim, provoked by painful experience, that there is far more wisdom and truth . in the ? language of James the Apostle of Faith — 'Behold, tlie husbandman waiteth for the precious fruit of the earth, and liatli long j-atience, till he received the early and latter rain.' In the dryer portions of this district the patience of the tho husbandman, we fear, will be rewarded with but a sorry harvest. When you meet him, he wears a lugu brious look. Prone to be elated and jubilant by success, he is made exceed ingly downcast...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 December 1877

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows :— ? Cootamundra R.S. 5.30 a.m. ^thungra ? ..8.15 p.m. „ P.O. 5.45a.m Ju 'oo ? ,..,12 noon- Cungegong ? ...7a.m. / W iieefcon ? l.SOp.ro, Arriving at TVagga w'agga at 3 p.m. NOKTIIERM M,ttL- ? Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as /ollOT-s :~ Wagga Wagga... ? 10a.m. JMhiingra ? M5p.tn. Wallaceton ? 2.1.30 a.m. CuntfojroTipr . 'b'-jOd **' Junee llo^m ^'♦?'n'mclra.l'.O.'o'.-lopni i Anmns? at the Ra'l^ti^-^atioii at 7 p.m. Tfmora M\u Leavos ('ootamiimlia 'I nosl r . ' t ?-!vo-al Temovn at 5 ' in wundiuatCp.m, ^ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1877.

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