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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

I ? ' Jjwgftuttnty j OP Neiv Year's Day. 1818 l.s/ Jari uari/ next, j Cootaimuidra RciTeatlon-grouiid Judge : Mr. J. SIMPSON. Staiiter : Mr. Cr. ROBERTS. Handicapters : THE COMMITTEE. Treasurer : j M A H. RICHARDSON. Secretary : ) Referee: Mr. F. PINKSTONE, Committee : Messrs. E. and J. BARNES, P. PINKSTONE, A. H. BIOHAED SON, G. ROBERTS, J. /SIMPSON, and E. WOO.DIIOUSE. // PROGRAM#! let Eace.— Maided Pla1|E, IoO yards. 1st prize £2,' 2nd prize// 10/ ; entrance 2/6. Start at 11 sharp; | Jj 2nd Race. — Boys 12 p&irs and under, 100 yards. 1st prize 10; ; 2nd prize 2/6 ; cntrance|l /. Start at 1 l|30xsharp. 3ru Eace.— c|ootamunde|\. Qup^ Handicap, open for all comers, /Sra, j3 divisions 150, 200, and 300 yards ;| |st prize Silver Cup value £10/10/. 2nd prize trophy value £2 ; entrajl(©n.p7. Start at 12 o'clock noon. w // jl 4th Race.— YouTiis/io years and under, 150 yards. 1 st prize £1, 2nd prize of; entrance If. Start at 12*30 p.m. 5th Race. — Hurdle Race, 200 yards, over 6 h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

Kui.i.oway's Pi u.s. — To Nervous SufFcrcrs. — Nervous- M ne.'S, so called, has been said to arise from foul blood or m a guilty conscience. When the first is the origin, the | uiHii:tcil may be cheered by tho knowledge that a course | of Holloway's Pills will dissipate both cause and i.'ifei:! . | Many nervous invalids of long duration have a Horded the || most remarkable recoveries under these purifying Pills, 1 which have assuaged sull'eriugs of tho severest character, |j and steadily restored the alllicted to comfort, eontidencc, | and health,' after change of climate and every other means || had signally failed. Holloway's Pills renew the lost ap- || petite, and regulate digestion, without permitting thoso || feelings of fulness, flatulency, distension, faintness, and Rj palpitation, which seem to threaten instant death to the || timid and enfeebled. p

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. f From our Telearaphic Correspondent. ) Monday evening. It is reported that the Government have not made any arrangements for continuing the collection of tolls throughout tho colony; therefore it ceases at the end of the year. The Cabinet sought to be formed by Mr. Earn ell is not yet completed. Messrs. Eitz patrick, Burns, Sutherland, Leary, Wisdom, and Cohen are mentioned as likely members of the new administration. It is reported that Mr, Stuart and the Hon. Alexander Campbell have both declined to take ofiice under Mr. Earnell. The political situation is therefore still critical. There was a severe storm, at Melbourne on Sunday ; two lives were lost. Tho Eng lish cable was restored for a few hours oh Saturday ; buj; tho line from Port Darwin then became interrupted owing to the storm. It is reported that Mr. Garrett late Minister for Lands, is going to Europe for the bene fit of his hoalth. 4 ... - . . ? - ' '? . , -'V ? ? ' 'i A Eree Selectors' weekly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

fleeting Crickeidrs. / | A L^GRKJKETEEStand friends, ij tho I XJL 'district). are respectfullv invited!t$ at- j* tend a MEETING at the Albion Hot$l, on I WEDNESDAY EVENING, it 8 o'clock. I Object — to arrange few- sending a I representative, team to Tumuft. to compoto I for the J ON ES^CliaiL.LEN GEXJJJP. | EBED| PINKSTONE, I \\ Sec. pro tern. 1 T-i-Free Sele^oVs and Others.' v a I A PUBLIC MEETING willjhe held at Ni \ U the-Albion Hotel| on /THURSDAY A \ 1 AETERNOO^ NEXT, MthltWohiect i 1* A! fe approving a petition praying, bh' bMialf oV V ft I Pree Selectors, tthat payment of Interest bo e^VV I remitted for ono year, on account of tho \ \ ' severity of the drought. \ \ \ j A large attendance earnestly requested. I By request, \\ \ \\\-V I PEED. PINKSTONE. \J I bethungr*'. x BR. J. B. (JR|KBE, oljComainundra, |l can bo consulted by^atifnts at Mr. I Troweek's Hotel on/the EMSrJM)ONDAY I in each month. jj| Notice. f| j^OBEItp)// ^joKUND, & £10. i| having reliiiqiiislied thei...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

COMMERCIAL. I Hr.rahl Ofiice, Monday. IS Diinixo the past week we have been visited with what || might be called beautiful weather. A thunderstorm broke ||| over the town bringing with it a line rain which lasted 11 about twenty-four hours with little '.intermission. Oe- ||| casional showers afterwards prevailed. The atmosphere |§? for the past couple of clays has been very clear and mild. li The following crossed the (jnndagai bridge;: — On Pri- ^ || day, S000 shoe]), from Mr. Ctibb's Bertlioug station, going if to Talbingo. Mr. 1). F. Gibb in charge. ' || . On Saturday the Sth six thousand and fifty (6050) sheep, m belonging to Messrs. Qreeves and Mack, crossed the » Wagga Wagga bridge, travelling to owner's station Te- || mora.. M Ooldsbrough and Co. report by telegram, dated Dec. |§ 14, as follows We catalogued 5500 bales and sold 4000 S| this week. Greasy, at from 7d. to 15.ld ; ordinary to good p average washed, 15d. to 22|d. Goocl clips firm, but in- §§ fcrior to ordinary con...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 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 'VVagga at 3 p.m. XOaTIlERN MAI I.. 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. « Temoua Mai i,. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. ? . ^ r, , Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives at Goota ^ tnundra at 6 p.m.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I The following table shows at a glance tho times of de parture, and arrival of .trains and the fares charged : — ? . . LEAVES ? l'.Jl. A.M. Cootamundra ? '45 G 0 Wallcndbeen* ? 12 miles S l.'J 0 28 2/- Murrumburrah ? 25 ? 8 40 7 5 ii ';i 4/2 Cunninaur® ? 28 S5S 718 7'- 4/8 Galons* ? ,«7 '22 7 II 0/3 (i/a Uinalong ? 45 0 44 8 2 11/3 7/(5 Bowning ? 50 10 22 8 40 14 0 0/0 Yass ? CO 10 Jii 0 0 10 0 11/- Gimning ? SS 11- 50 10 7 10. « 1 3/- Goulburn .' ? 110 ? 115 1 1 .'if) 2!)/0 10/0 Arriving at Sydney at 0.50 a, in. and 5.!33 p.m. | AUR1VA1.S. _ I Trains leave Sydney at 0.45 a.m. and (i.20 p.m., arriving at i'.m. l'.ir. Goulburn ? 134 miles 4 23 1155 J37/G 27/0 Gunning ? 105 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yass ? 187 0 47 2 .1G 50/0 Mli-O Bowning ? 104 7 10 2 40 52/(5 38/- Binalong ? 208 7 44 3 14 55,- oO/O Galong* ? 21(5 8 4 3 31 o5/0 40/- Cunningar® ? 225 » 2f) 3 50 57/- 40/9 Murrumburrali ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41 - Wallendbeen* ? 211 ' 0 1(5 4 42 50/- 42/3 Cootamundra ? 253 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

The infringenieiit of a constitutional practice, if not principle, 'by the repre sentative of the Queen involves a ques tion of grave importance ; this, namely, — Has the Governor of the colony a right to take notice of any proceedings of either 'branch of the Legislature, except such as are officially communicated to him, either by his responsible advisers for the time being, or by the President and Speaker as mouthpieces of the Legis ' lative Council and Assembly ? It will 'be remembered that this day three weeks the Robertson Administration, was de feated upon an amendment on the ad dress in reply to the vice-regal speech being carried, on the motion of the hon. member for St. Leonards, Mr. Jas. Earnell, and that thereupon Ministers tendered their resignation, which was accepted by his Excellency. Parliamen tary usage admitted, strictly speaking, of only one course being followed : to en trust the formation of a new Government to the mover of the fatal amendment, no matter whethe...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 18 December 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ? Wallendbeen, 3 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. Wesleyax.— Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 '30 ; Lagoon Creek, 3 p.m.— Rev. G. Thompson. cootu^^^baio: ; TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1877.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

We Association of t' ./ Australasia. ? .,: jtfr ESTABLISHED 1869. ' . . , ? Incorporated by Act of Parliament. # PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ; : George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. BIRECTfcSS Gordon, Allen, G. ? Alleyne, Esq. J^M.D. ; Jolin Davies, Esq., M.L.A. ; S.^Dickinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, Esq., B.A. The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses , tables of Rates, and full information on all ? points of interest to intending proponents, can be had on application to MR. W. A; BYRNE, agent for Cootamundra. By order of the Board, , J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary JOHN BARTER, Manufacturing Tinsmith and Galvanjzjp Irontoo &KER, P a r k e Sn u n d r a . SPOUJKNG, Guttering, .^Eudge-capping, Baths, Pumps, &£., made and fitted. Iron Tanks made to any size, from 100 to 1000 gals, and upwards. Tinware of every description made on the premises. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. The Goulburn Herald AND The Ooulburu ...

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EXECUTION OF PETER MURDICK AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

EXECUTION OE PETER MURDICE: AT WAGGA. (Express, Wednesday .J The last sentence of the law was carried into '? effect in the case of Peter Murdick, alias ; Higgins, yesterday morning, at nine o'clock. ? Shortly before that hour some eight or ten persons, who were in possession of orders of admission, entered . the gaol yard. These with the. gaol officials arid police, made up about twenty spectators oi trie dreacliui scene. Shortly before the time fixed for the execu tion, the dull ringing of the smith's tools in the condemned cell told that the wretched man was being prepared for. the last short walk to the grave. When he emerged from the cell he was deathly pale, but walked ' ' . steadily round to the scaffold. He was at - tended by Dr. Bermingham and Father M'Grath, who have visited him since his condemnation, and who as they preceded him recited the prayers of the Roman Catho lic Church as prescribed for the solemn oc casion. Arrived at the foot of the scaffold, he ascended the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

LATE Barnes's Albion Hotel, PRQRB;!;E;TRI$j§;t UttP' Booking-office for QOBB AND CO. all through the colonies. The Proprietress begs to thank her friends for the .warm patron age which they have accorded her since she took charge of this WELL-KNOWN and CENTRAL Hotel; and to intimate that she has made EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the premises. The - house now offers the very best ACCOMMODATION, consideration^Ji^yiijg been given in constructing the additional premises to the pecuWities of the climate of Cootamundra. Every comfort of a home will be found at the ALBION HOTEL, together with appropriate attend ance at table : and PRIYATE APARTMENTS for those who wish them. The very best brands of the choicest Wines and Spirits, &c., &c. The stable accommodation is ample ; and in fact has been pronounced .to be the BEST OUT OF SYDNEY. First-class groom in constant attendance. [lUJ55 A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every train for the convenience of visitors. ?...

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TIM BUNKER ON PRINTER'S INK. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

TIM BUNKER ON PRINTER'S INIv. B ' Have you got a game ruster ? ' said Jake M Frink to me one morning last week, as ho 11 came over to our house. ||| ' 'No I haven't. What's up now?' I §§ inquired. Ill- ' Why you see, Squire Bunker, that boy M of mine, up in the. White Oaks, has got it §§ into his head that if he can raise somo ||| game chickens, he can make his fortune in III a short time— says he won ten dollars on a 11 Det last week on a faghtm' cock— at a little j§§ setting-to some of his neighbours had in his II, barn-yard, and if he had some smart rasters ||| that would stand steel every time, he could ll| make more money in a cock-pit in one if month than he could peddlin' charcoal in a If! hull year— and I guess he's rite, and if he can git a ruster that is dead game he would \ ' ' raise some chickens next season that would I - have the grit in 'em, and he would bet on 1 the White Oaks agin the hull state of Con- 1 necticut. X knew you kept blooded fowls, Iff and I didn't kno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

Tlie Treasury, New Smith Wales, 30tji November, 1877. PAYMENT OF BfENTS OJf ttjjNS. HOLDERS of/^ ie/2nd Vjlass set tled and iansctMecl Wstri^s, are re minded that b\^he Aptn cvLftuSfnjf part 2 of the regulation^ undjelf th^Lands Act Amend ment Act of /s~ a, /me rants of all runs must be paid on /y. bmyre ' tb6 31st proximo . Personam tfrncTerin'/ payments will be re quired Iro strata thjf lessee's name, district; and name ovrun.X A pamphlet having been published, show ing the rentsudyable on the various runs of the colony, -^copies of the same can be ob tained at the Government Printing Office, at a charge of 1/6 each. ' W. A. LONG. TO THE ELECTOES OF TUB MURRUMBIDGEE. fG TjEMEN, — Having\ accepted office of Minister fir Justice ic Instruction in thp Govern - ried pv Mr. Farnal, I have to bfcek ELECTION at your icyplng so recently! given ex tflf my political vieTOS, I think ssWw /to} repeat themSJ^may, state \]j/it Government of ^ mi \ mejfi ber will, ~at a viry r^arh^ciloa, Ve^r wi...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LATEST NEWS FROM TUB SEAT OF WAR. PARTICULARS OF THE FALL OF PLEVNA. THE FRENCH CRISIS. London, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

NEWS BY CABLE. ! ( From (he Herald's Hpuciul CorrMjioitilntf. J j LATEST NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF ! WAR. PARTICULARS -OF THE FALL ' OF PLEVNA. THE FRENCH CRISIS. London, December (-. Dervish Pasha suddenly aliondonod tho po- j sition of Kliazubaui after several days' ro sultloss fighting. Tho Russians attacked .ivainavte Pass, So phia Road, 011 Monday. They wore repulsed and driven back on Etropol. * At Orohanie tho 'Turks ii, vacua tod fortified positions. Wretchosch Lustakoro retired towards Sophia since the capture 01! Compalauka. The' 'Roumanians extended their left wing, ioininir the Russians ;it Vratza. tluis eoni I-pleting tlie outer girdle of investment to Zeleven. Sulieman Pasha gained a great victory at Elena on the 4th December. The Russians were routed and driven back to Tirnova. Loss 3000 killed and wounded, eleven can lion, stores, and munitions of war. On the 5th December the Turks captured Pokoi, and are now advancing on Verboka, and threaten Tirnova and Gabrova. The Tu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

Railways. GREAT SOUTHERN, WESTERN, AND RICHMOND LINES. EXCURSION TICKETS at a single fare ftfr the double journey will /be issued at alLotations to all Stations imr i distance of o^er 15 niile^e^Wencing- |fath the Mail Tn^nson TJ*ar ^w^%w^thV*^tant, . and termuTating on Tuesday, 1st of jTanuary, 187S, h»th days /inclusive , available for re turner distances under 40 mij^s until 7th January, and for distances o^er 40 miles, - available for one moi lifer} ( Vjjngle ticket^willbe^sugi^^the 24th, 25tKrS6th, instant, a^^lsCVTanuary, for distances under loaenes, avaiable for return on fee oivffilofyin g^dayC Horses ami vehitsfes wiT£iy^onve^5«uit /ame rates. L ^jM-i^rae, ^P-5mmissiqpegjjror Railways. Department of PublicWorks, Railway Branch, Sydney, 17th December, 1S77. The THE friencte^ an^Csupporters of the HON.vj^S^rH EhiajkY are respect fully requested meet at the Albion Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING EEXT, at 8 o'clock, ? ? ERED. PINKSTONE. Notice, THE undersigi^jjLjs'J^wsts that all de...

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OFFICIAL TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

OFFICIAL TELEGRAM. We are indebted to the Colonial Secretary, the Hon. Michael Fitzpatrick, for a copy of the following telegram received by him from the Agents-General last evening THE FALL OF PLEVNA. SURRENDER OF THE GARRISON. London, December 11. Plevna, surrendered after severe fighting, and the garrison had been reduced to starva tion. Osman Pasha was severely wounded in the last attempt of his troops to break through the Russian lines. By the fall of Plevna, Bulgaria and the north of tlie Balkans are now open to the Russians. ? An epidemic hastened Osman's sortie. He had three weeks' provisions and 1000 cattle, but no forage or fuel left. There were 8000 wounded in Plevna, and they - are in charge of Greek surgeons. The total number of prisoners is 32,000. The fall of Plevna has been celebrated by rejoicings and illuminations at St. Peters burg and Bucharest. 13,000 additional Egyptian troops have been furnished for the aid of the Turks. The French crisis is aggravated. The Pr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

y MARRIAGE. y By special license oiyfche 1st Decembe^, at Cofoamu riffia^Jby theTtev. Father lW, Joseph-* tfdfey Qxr'nby, of Cootamajn -TTa) to TjffiRE.^alARiON Herr, second daughter of tho late Mr. B. H. MiHrath, o-r Sydney.

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

GUNDAGAI. {Times.) Great excitement prevailed in Jugiong on Thursday last, on the occasion of the match between Mr. C. H. Smith's Glencoe, and Mr. Osborne's Cossack, for forty pounds aside, Sst. up, distance 2 miles. Notwithstanding the heavy rain which fell, fully two hun dred spectators were present, and the ex citement was something intense. The horses were the progeny of old Cossack, and being owned by the neighbouring squatters addi tional interest was manifested in the match. Taking advantage of a lull in the weather the race was run, Glencoe carrying 121b. over weight. The horses were well matched, and capitally ridden, Glencoe being piloted by John Phillips, son of our late townsman, and Cossack by young ''Flynn, of Jugiong. An excellent start was effected, and after a splendid race, in which the horses two or three times changed places, Cossack won by half a neck in 4 minutes 10 seconds, and the flow of champagne afterwaids was some thing unusual in the annals of Jugiong. S...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

COMMERCIAL. Humid Office, Monday. In the early part of the week a heavy shower accompanied l-y hailstones fell. Since then the weather has been changeable. Yesterday a strong wind blew for the greater part of tlie day ; and to-day the atmosphere is quite cool. The frequent showers that have fallen lately have given vegetation in the neighbourhood of the town a .somewhat green and healthy appearance. Mi!. W . A. Bykmk reports having1 sold, on account of Mr. James M' Gee, of Murrumburrah, G20 acres condi tional pnrclniHe, at Jindalee, to Mr, John Barnes, for £1000. Mkssiss. HT;:ox(.i!TiiAitM and Mai; KKXzr b report having trucked ?JKUS sheep for Thos. Elliot, Sydney ; and 317 for James Robinson, Esq. '2300 fat sheep, the property of Mr. Henry 'Hicketson of Barrattii, were camped on the Common, Wagga, on Tues day last, and were en route to the Sydney market via Cootamundra. These sheep were started by the owner for Melbourne market, but after crossing the. Edward were recalled on accou...

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