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

BOOKHAM. f Correspondent Yass Courier . J The sad intelligence of the death of Mr. J. P. Sheahan, of Jugiong, was received here with only one feeling, and that was of deep regret. His funeral was largely attended by all classes from far and near, and amongst the attendants at the grave were no fewer than four clergymen, amongst whom was the very Rev. M. M'Elroy, D.D., V.G., of Albury, who oame, at considerable incon venience to himself, to pay a tribute of res pect to the memory of the deceased gentle men, whose death will be seriously felt in all parts of this district. The Jugiong annual races have been post poned until New Year's Day on account of the death of Mr. Sheahan. A private match, however, for £20 aside, took place on- the Jugiong course on last Thursday between Mr. Osborne's, horse Cossack, and another horse called Glencoe. Cossack won with the greatest of ease, and a good deal of money changed hands on the ove^t, At the annual races it is expected that there will be a ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

Auction Sales. — The present Premier/ Mr. «J. S., Farnell, before ho was five minutes in his office, gave orders for tho immediate suspension of all sales by auction of crown lands ; and informed a deputation who waited upon him afterwards that he would not allow an acre to be sold until Parlia ment. had dealt with tho question. We think Mr. .Farnell has done quite right to stop the sales ; and we hope the selectors of the Murrumbidgeo will, bear in mind that Mr. Leary, as a colleague of Mr. Farnell, is thus entitled to their support. Land Selection. — The following was the only selection made at the local office on Thursday last: — Cnnnaliel Willits, 40a, Mut tania. Death of John Glynn.— On Monday night last, just after wo went to press, we wore informed of the death of Glynn, who had been severely injured by the railway accident at Cungegong. Ho had been brought into town, and housed and cared for at Mr. Meade's Railway Larder ; where up to the time of his relief by death he had r...

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POETRY. BOYS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

POETRY. BOYS' EIGHTS. I wonder now if any one In this broad land has heard In favour of down trodden boys One solitary word ! We hoar enough of ' women's rights,' And ' rights of working-men,' Of ' equal rights,' and ' nation's rights,' But pray just tell us when Boys' rights were ever sp6ken of— Why we've become so used To being snubbed by everyone, And slighted and abused. That when one is polite to us We open wide our eyes, And stretch them in astonishment To nearly twice their size ! Boys seldom dare to ask their friends To venture in the house ! It don't come natural at all To creep round like a mouse. And if we should forget ourselves, And make a little noise, Then ma or auntie sure would say, ' Oh my! those dreadful boys !' The girls bang on the piano In peace ; but if the boys Attempt a tune with fife and drum, It's ' stop that horrid noise !' ' That horrid noise,' just think of it; 'When sister never fails . To make a noise three times as bad With everlasting 'scales.' Insu...

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

I THE CITY BANK , | SYDNEY. Inp HE above Bank lias OPENED A I BRANCH at/ Co otamundr a for tlic transaction jMilmmatil banking business. AGEN'C££ffij- throughout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETKIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G . , I V I M Y , L.A.O.L., and L.M.B.S., (A legally Q»^lili$ Medical Practitioner,) ~AlV AY be consulted DAILY at the Star 1V1 Hotel, Cootamundra. Stroiigitliariii & Mackenzie, STOCKS, station, JLO-EJIsTTS, VCOOTAMUNDRA. 1V2R. JOHN RUSSELL, soiiraroR, &c., Young, Attends CoomilmBdra every Court day. DR. J, B. CRABBE, M.D., C.M. (UNIV. EDIN.), (A legally qua Ijfwd Medical Practitioner), I TY/TAY BE/WO^S^LiTED by patients at j\JL their y^rw-aier residences or at the |: Albion Hotel, Cootamundra. P BETIiUN OR A . — At Treweek's Hotel, il t first Monday in every month. I ST. HE. HfB, I Sign-writer, House-painter, and I Decorator, | Paperhancjer and Glazier , I OOOTAMUNDEA. ALL on^f^ executed with the utmos...

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THE STATUE OF CAPTAIN COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

THE STATUE OF CAPTAIN COOK. The Pall Mall Gazette of October 23 has the following.:— 'The statue of Captain Cook, which MivWoollner has so long been en gaged upon for the Government of New South Wales, will be sent to the founders in a few days, and we hear that it is not to be shown to the public in this country. The size of this statue is remarkable : it measures 13 feet 6 inches from the feet to the crown of the head, and nearly 2 feet more to the end of the uplifted arm. Thus, when placed oil the pedestal already provided for its recep tion in Hyde Park, Sydney, the total height above the ground will not be less than 37 feet. The situation in Sydney is most hap pily chosen, and is so elevated that vessels, when they have entered the Head of Port Jackson, will be able to see the statue in the distance as thejr work their way up to Syd ney. In dealing with a figure of such enormous proportions a great difficulty might appear to be the natural impression that the man thus represent...

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STANLEY'S LETTERS FROM AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

STANLEY'S LETTERS FROM AFRICA. 'We reprint tbe ^following interesting des patches which havejbeen recejved-fcy the New York Herald ancPfche LoSdon mvilij Telegraph from Mr. H. M. Stanley, in Africa : — No. I. Kabinda, or Cabenda, West Coast of Africa, near Month of Congo River, August 13, 1877. Mr. Thomas H. Price, of the great firm of Messrs. Hatton and Cookson, of Liverpool, is about to go home to recruit his health after a protracted stay on the West Coast of Africa, and has kindly offered his services to take to England any despatches or letters I may have for you. While I would gladly avail myself of this oportunity, still I am so pro strated just now, and, I may say, so excited iat the sight of white faces, and the scores of ' Welcomes' I hear, and so confused with the good things of this life they press on me, that, with the keenest desire to do my duty to you, I yet am constrained to ask you not to exact too much from your very willing servant, but to give him a week's breat...

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

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

WAGGA WAGGA. I (from ont correspondent. ) I When I despatched my budget of nows lust- V week there was a rumour buzzing about K town to tho effect that the convict Peter I Miirdick, Alias. Higgings, who lay under ? si.- it tenet; ol' death in. tho gaol and awaited B execution the ensuing Tuesday, had at- B tempted to make his escape tLie previous H night, or, correctly speaking, on Tuesday A morning between twelve and one, and I took H some trouble, to arrive, at Mio truth. But it H was pJain from Uie very outset that the '? authorities wished to keep the affair, if it, fl really had any foundation in fact, as ' dark'' }.ts possible. And I don't wonder at it, for it would oertaiulv have see, mod something very ? extraordinary if a ju-isoner heavily ironed V. I and under the supervision of a specially v I engaged warder, should be able without col lusion or connivance, to pass from his cell, out of a corridor into a yard, aud then, unassisted by rope or other appliances, gain his lib...

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THE NEW GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

THE NEW GOVERNMENT. The members of Mr. Farnell' s Government are : — Premier and Secretary for Lauds Mr. Farnell Colonial Secretary ? Mr. Fitzpatrick Colonial Ireasuror ? Mr. Cohen Minister of Justice ? Mr. Leary Secretary for Works ? Mr. Sutherland Secretary for Mines ? Mr. W. II. Suttor Attorney-General ? MrW. J. Foster Postmaster- General ? ? Mr. Burns Mr. W. J. Foster is to be appointed a member of the Upper House, and it is the intention of the new Government to offer the position of Vice-President of the Execu tive Council to a member of that Chamber.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

The commemoration to-day 'by every episcopal church in tlie two hemispheres of tlie anniversary festival of tlie birfcli of tlie Prince of Peace — a festival in which probably no fewer than, sixty millions of the human race take an active, and twice as many a passive part — stands forth as a «volimie£speaking fact to the solidity and stability of the faith which was sealed by the innocent blood of the Mes senger from Heaven on Calvary about 1844 years ago; and however much we may regret the divisions and often enough repeated animosities that have arisen within the Christian camp, prompted in part by worldly ambition, unworthy of the aim and object of the Pounder, and in part by narrow-minded zeal or blind en thua^sn^ ^ve catm^fc but rejoice that the brojftl pri^ipesfof qur religion are alike and '^Tthliesifatingly acknowledged by Catholics and Anglicans, Greeks and Presbyterians, and all the denominations which date their existence from John Wesley and his contemporaries ; and, wit...

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CABLE NEWS. Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

CABLE NEWS. Dec. 22. All the London papers agree with the pro posal that the Government should ask for a vote for military preparations on the assem bling of Parliament. The Times says that England will be as well able to maintain her rights now as when alone she withstood the forces of the First Napoleon. The proposals made by the Porte to the European Powers have failed. The German Ambassador at Constanti nople recommends that direct negotiations be opened between Bussia and Turkey. Correction. — In our report of the inquest given in last issue one of the witnesses was made to state that the train was travelling at a rate of twenty-four miles an hour. It should have been six miles. The Sculling Championship — Canada v. Australia. — The supremacy of Edward Trickett to the title of champion sculler of the world has again been challenged, not as was expected by. an Englishman, but by Hanlan, the Canadian champion sculler, whose challenge has been received by Trickett by cablegram, da...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 12.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From oar Telegraph ic Car-respondent. J Monday, 12.50 p.m. The Government have issued instructions for the immediate preparation of the Esti mates for 1S78, with a view to submitting them to ministerial revision prior to the assembling- of Parliament. Mikado is fast favourite for the Hawkes bury Handicap at 6 to 1. The cricket match between Melbourne and ftvrlnuv Grammar ftohools . tnrrniria.tr-'fl in favour of Sydney in one innings and ol runs to. spare. No business doing since Friday. Com mercial quotations nominal. Close holiday till Thursday.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. i The following table showa at a ivlanee tho times of tic- , parture and arrival of trains ami the fares charged : — I MiAVKS J i».sr, a.ji. Cootamundiu ? ? ? 7 4n 6 0 Wallendbecn0 ? ! 2 niilo.s SRI G 28 8/- 2/- Murrumburrnh ? i-5 8 -10 7 fi (- 3 4/2 Cunningar01 ? '28 S 5S 7 10 7/- *1/8 i Galong* ? ? 87 V) 2'J 7 'It 9/3 (v'.'l Binalong ? -16 0 41 S 2 1 1/3 7/6 Bowning ? 59 10 '22 8 40 1-1/9 9/fl Yass. ? : ? (i(i 10-13 » 0 1(5/6 11/- Giuming- ? SS ll 50 10 7 10/6 13/- Goulburn ? ? 110 ? 1.15, 11 30 2!)/!) 10/0 Arriving at Sydney at 0.50 a.m. ancl 5.33 p.m. AHKIVALS. Trains leave Sydney at 0.45 a.m. and 6.20 p.m., arriving at P.M. I'.lt. Goulbum ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/(3 27/0 Gunning ? 166 0 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yass ? 1S7 6 47 2 1(5 50/0 30/0 Bownins? ? 104 7 10 2.40 52/0 38'- Binalongr ? ? -OS 7 44 311 55/- 30-'6 Gidong- ? 216 8 4 3 31 55/9 40/- Cunningar* ? 225 0 20 3 59 57/- 40/0 Murrumburrah ? 22S 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- Wallendbeen0 ? 211 S) 16 4 42 50/- 42/3 Co ...

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

! /-!»? , qW OF ATHLETIC ^ New Year's Day, 1.818 1st January next. Cootamundra Ilecreatioii-grouiid Jtjdge : Mr. J. SIMPSON. Starter : Mr. G. ROBERTS. Handicappers : THE COMMITTEE. SkceSSy ! } A- KICHARDSON. Referee: Mr. F. PINICSTONE. Committee : Messrs. E. and J. BARNES, F. PINKSTONE, A. H. RICHARD SON, G. ROBERTS, J. SIMPSON, and E. WOODHOUSE. PROGRAMME. 1st Race.— Maiden Plate, 100 yards. 1st prize' £2, 2nd prisje 10/; entrance 2/6. Start at 11 sharp. 2nd Race. — Boys 12 years and under, 100 yards. 1st prize 10/ ; 2nd prize 2/6 ; entrance 1/. Start at 11*30 sharp. 3rd Race.' — Cootamundra Cup Handicap, open for all comers, in 3 divisions 150, 200, and 300 yards; 1st prize Silver Cup value £10/10/, 2nd prize trophy value £2; entrance 10/. Start at 12 o'clock noon. 4th Race. — Youths 15 years and under, 150 yards. 1 st prize £1, 2nd prize 5/; entrance 1/. Start at 12*30 p.m. 5th Race. — Hurdle 200 over G hurdles^eet'6 i^heshi^nrist prize £2, 2n ^jKze l££f--egtra)£ees;2/6. Start at...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOB SUNDAY NEXT. Church ok England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m. 'Weslfa'ax. — Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 '30 ; Lagoon Creek, 3 p.m.— Rev. G. Thompson. COOTA^^^ERALD. Tuesday, December 25, 1377.

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 25 December 1877

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN* JIAIf.. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows:— i u ? em Cootamundra. U.S. 5.30 a.m. Betliungra ? 8.15 p.m. I ,, P.O. 5.45 a.m. Junee ? 12 noon Cungeg'ong ? 7 a.m. Wallaeeton ? 1.30 p.m. Arriving1 at Wagga Wagga at 3 p.m. . N'Or.TUEilN* MAIL. 8 Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows Wagga AVagga ? 10 a.m. Betliungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaeeton ? 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, 0 a.m. ; arrives at Coota mundra at 6 p.m.

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WOLLONGOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 January 1878

WOLLONGOUGH. ( Correspondent Burran-/on(/ Argus J. In accordance with time honoured usage I will comnionco this communication with soino remarks about the weather and tho prospective prosperity or otherwise of this district. Jupiter Pluvius had deserted us for a considerable period, making himself painfully conspicuous by his absence— every- thing parching, conjuring up blue looks, and gloomy prospects, more particularly for those engaged in pastoral pursuits, but T no 11 -flm rvP mn* luivinrr JL VLlll J.VW1VI UXiU J-Ctwu VJ. WMl. A1W T been blessed at last with several effective and wolcomo thunder showers. We could certainly put up with more, but wo must be thankful for small mercies, particularly from such a wayward and uncertain deity as the Australian god of storms. At all events the grass will be somewhat freshened up, if tho creeks be not sot running. Wollongough boasts of somo sporting spirits. A novel and interesting raco camo off on the race course somo few days sinco, bet...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 January 1878

't-V ? — ? wheat to germinate at once, and give it a j good start. How bast to got land in this condition, is tho moat important question for tho wheat-grower. On very heavy clay laud, it may be necessary to plough early in tho springy or in tho fall previous, and to plough again during tho summer, and again bo fore sowing tho wheat. This is what I call an old English summer-fallow. Throe or four ploughings, followed oaeh timo with roller and harrow, or cultivator, innko tho land mellow and moist, and in fiuo condition for tho seed.' — ' No' doubt about that,' said tho Deacon, ' ' but it costs too much. it wilL not pay. ' ' Thero t think you aro mistaken, Doa con,' said I. ' You must recollect that the work is dono aftor we are through planting corn, and when there is often little 1'or teams to do. Farmers ofton let their horses lie idle while they are hoeing, or fighting tho potatoe bugs. Hire an extra man and keep the horses at work. A good thrne-horso plough, that will cut a fift...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 January 1878

LATE Barnes's Albion Hotel, GOOTJLDVCTJITIDIiJk.. ! ? ? J Booking-office for COBB AND CO. all through the colonies . v The Proprietress begs to thank lier 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 yehy best ACCOMMODATION, consideration haying been given in constructing the additional premises to the pecularities of the climate of Cootamundra. Eveiy 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. ESP'53 A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every train for the convenience of visit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 January 1878

^mul / ATHLETIC ] JSySEYK I 2?sw Yelr's Day . 1878 ls£ Jafiuary next. Coo tfimuiidra Recreatioa-ground / JuDG^Mtr. J. SIMPSON. / Starter yMr. G. ROBERTSv (b^ndicapp:i4rs : 7MHE COMMITTER. Treasurer : ) Mr J h. RICHARDSO^. Secretamt : j ,W \ Eef/mS I? yT F. PINKSTONE. J CoMMiTTOy^^srs. E, and J. BARNES, f. /pSJkstone, A. H. RICHARB SGTCT, G. ROBERTS, J. SIMPSON, afcd E. WOODHOUSE. / / PROGRAMME. / ldf Race.— Maid«n Plate, 100 yard/ 1st T prize £2, /2n A -prize 10/ ; entrance 2/6. 2nd R?me-— 12 years and under, 100 ya^/M7T^e 1(V ; 2nd Jprize 2/6 ; eyj^TifinLfs Start at 11*30 fi/narp.. 3rd ^C^^pOOTAMUNDRA CUP /HANDICAP, jbxmAxt all comers, in 3 divisions 150, / 2§Gr 300 yards ; 1st I prize Silver Cup /alue £10/10/, 2nd iprize trophy valu/ £2 ; entrance 10/. I Start at 12 4th Rap.— Youths 15 years and under, 150 yards. 1st prize £1, 2nd jtfize 5/; ^trance 1/. Start at 12*30 p.m\ 5th Race. — Hurdle Race, 200 yards\ over «) hurdles 3 feet 6 inches high, lsi prize (£2, 2nd prize 10/ ; entr...

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