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HOW TO KEEP BUILDINGS COOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

HOW TO KEEP BUILDINGS COOL. (Newcastle Daily Pilot. Feb. 11.) | It must be generally conceded that, the. heat generated in hot- weather more or less within all buildings, is attributable chiefly to the heat conduotibility of tho sun attracting materials .with which roofs .aro covered,, j especially iron, zinc, and slate. Some, how lev erf who loso sight of ffrst principle, s are | apt to imagine that loftily pitched roofs with j plenty of provision for ventilation, no matter how surface covered, ensure comparative coolness, but tlio conclusion is erroneons, and consequently misleading. .-Ventilated roofs are, uncommon, but tliero is far less cause for complaint on such score than at first appears'; and wo .have no hesitation' in affirming that in tropical climes, where tho sun pours down- with intensity ? many hours, and tlie atmosphere outdoors is frequently at furnace heat, roof ventilation is worse than useless unless means ot regulation — the closing and opening of ventilators— ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

lf%ELI-HOTJS SEEVIOES. ' , CHURCH QE ENGLAND. - !| „i4 : Sunday, IMuicil. 11. '^Cootaiminclrar' 1 1 h-.in.' ; 7*30 p.m. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ;? 7*30 j).m. —Rev. W. Cooks. Wallondbeen, 3'30.p«m. — Rev. W. Cocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. r I THE al.-0Y-/' l i;v/k has OPENED A L PJlANQlih A /'^fltauiundvii lor the transaction ojf&^i*wl(^uki ug business. AGENCIES jfluwighont the world. Tito Branch is V'tidor the lUanaireinent of Mi-; j. :i. petbie. Cpotaimiudra, 30th January, 1877. DETERGENT SPECIFIC, Horse ;iii^€a/tle Ointment, Is the only ^j^dy for Sitfasts, Fistulas, Sad*ul«T afci Girth Galls, &e., &e. r piIIS preparation, though recently intro I dueed to public notice, is rapidly taking precedence to all others of the kind ; and is i .without doubt the most speedy, sale, and f effectual remedy for all old suppurating and offensive sores'npon horses, cattle, slioep, or dogs. Testimonials arc frequently received, and may bo seen upon application to the proprie tor. FRANK MOORE, CHEMIST -Sc IDDRXJG-G-IST^ j €ootaiiiuiidra. PBICE, 2/- PE11 POT. DR. T. G . I V I MY , L.A.C.L., MXCQjt., and L.M.B.S., (A leg a l i a' Practioner,) ?\/fAY be cons/ted DAILY at the Star 1YL Hote...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

i' '^tRifi&TOMTkoriiST CHURCH- J Suxbay,' March 11. ? Cootaniundra, 7*30 p.ni. — Rov. Mr. Smith. . TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1877. '

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

' WESLEY AN CHURCH. :.r,::rSu2a-AY, vMAncir ? 11 . ' Wallondbeen,' 11 a.m. — Rov. G. R. Glasson. Jinderlce, 3 p.ni. — Ditto. ^ ' ' CodtMimiclrai 7 'p

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THE COOLAH BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

THE COOLAH BANK BOBBERY. ( Oprreftpomlpj'tt Western lJost./ The following are particulars of the. late bank robbery, furnished me by one of the gentlemen immediately concerned in tho affair— Mr. John R. Pownall, whose store adjoins the premises occupied by tho Com mercial Bank On Friday morning, ,10th instant, about' nine o'clock., as he was putting up the last shutter, preparatory to his closing the front door for the night, two men came up and touched him on the' shoulder j aiid said they wanted him.. So, without taking notice of them, he requested them to wait till ho fastened the last shutter. lie then asked them what they wanted, and they replied, some rations. As soon as ho turned round they ordered him inside tho shop, and closed the door. „ He then saw tlu; prcdictamont he was in. lie was then asked for the keys of the bank, tlioy pointing at the same time to the premises. Mr; Pownall told .them ho hadn't'' the 'key s.# They then told him to call the manager, who was sitting...

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THE NEW MINISTER FOR LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

THE NEW MINISTER PO.ll LANDS. ( J-J or i tin (/ Xcws.J ALU. iiizekieL Alexander Baker, who has just been appointed to the oifice of Secretary for LandS, has represented the Southern Gold fields in the Legislative Assembly for the last seven years. Particular circumstances have led him to seek re-election at their hands many times : they have always shown' their confidence in him and now that his acceptance of office has rendered it necessary for him again to appeal to them for their support, it appears that. he will bo returned, ajiain without oimosition. Mr. Baker was bom in Middlesex' in tlio : year 1823. At the age of seventeen, on the death of his father, he took charge of the business (created by his grandfather) of supply ing rifles to the East 'India- Company a nd Board of Ordnance, 'die came out ' to this country, .in; -1853, as minora logist ? to a. - mining; company formed in England, and proceeded to the 'Peel. River Croldtiold. Bnt the company was broken up through mis m...

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YASS PLAINS FREE-SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

YASS PLAINS FREE-SELECTORS' - -^ASSOCIATION. The following' is the free-selectors' creed, | adopted at the meeting- of tlie association j at; Mrs. Brassill's, . Waroo, on Saturday last:—;-,!. I ' . platform:. i ? I.:Tlie alienation of conn by Crown j lands By auction : sales bo restricted 1;o | 100,000 acres for the year 1878; 80.000: acres for 18/9; 60,000 acres lor 1880 ; i tlien to' cease and determine. ?2. Improvements. — That the improve ment scale - be reduced from £ 1 to 10s. peracre — -ploughed lands for crops of first year to be considered best improve ment. . Tinie for making improvements to Be' extended from three to fivo years. , 3. Mode of Payment. — -That selectors shall be only required to pay Is. per acre at the time of selection, and Is. yearly in advance until the payment of £1 per acre 'will be completed; then the deed of grant, to issue. Conditional purchasers ?\vl19 have selected since .the .passing of the' Amended Land A.ct — -August, 1875 T-to be entitled to t...

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(Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

( IVaf/fia Express.) The MmiRUMirtJRRAii Mail Route.— In a recent issue of this journal, it was pointed out that the time absorbed in useless delay at minor post-offices along the Murruui burrali mail route caused a great deal of inconvenience here. Wc hear that on and after _ the 12th .of March, the coach now arriving at 11.30 p.m., and leaving at the same hour, will arrive at 8.15 p.m. on Tues day, Thursday, and Saturday, and will leave at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday, 'Wednesday, and Friday. These alterations, which are conse quent on the oponing of the railway to Murrumburrah, will be inconvenient in many respects. If the needless delays along the route, to which wo have referred, were dispensed with, the mails could be 'delivered much earlier, and might be despatched at an hour much more suitable to the convenience of the public. Tho mail leaves Murrum burrah at 4.45 a.m., and reaches Wagga at 8.15 p.m. — fifteen hours and a half for a journey of 80 . miles. Only fourteen hours and a ha...

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IMPORTANCE OF A RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

IMPORTANCE OP A RESERVE. (.'llh /titrated Si/diw// Ncil's^) \ One often hears tho question awked, will fanning in New South Wales pay ? IN) this various replies . arc given, according to the particular exporiencc.or 'views of individuals. In our minds there is no doubt that if the conditions necessary to succcss aro observed, the occupation of the soil, in its various forms is as capable of being made profitable here as elsewhere. One of the conditions to which we attach importance, is that the oc cupant should have a reserve to enable liim to meet the difficulties arising from the un certainty which, in a . particular degree, attaches, to every form of industry .dependant upon an uncertain climate. V The returns from rural industry here are I in some seasons heavy in proportion to the capital and labour expendod ; in others, they aro light — sometimes, so light that we have known practical men of long experience declare that it would have been better for their pockets if they had c...

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INPORTANT TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

' ' : INPORTANT TO PARMERS. ' (Melbourne .Aram.) , The- Prench ininister of agriculture has taken 'a Step winch we - should be glad to se^'' followed, jby the Yictoriair clepart meht of agriculture and by the various agricultural ; societies throughout the colon}'', lie .has caused a placard to be printed and posted in the crossways of all , the iorestal domains, and in other pupiic ana, prominent .situations tor pub lic information -and instruction. This document which is placed under the pro tection of good sense and decency, is to the following effect : — ? ' ' 'Tlie hedgehog lives on -mice, small' ix3dentsj slugs, and grubs — animals hurtful . to. agriculture. Don't kill the hedgehog. 'The toad is a- farm assistant, destroys froiii' twenty to thirty insects an hour. Don't kill the toad. , ' The mole is continually destroying grubs, larvae,1 palmer- worms, and insects inj urious to ? agriculture. - No ' trace of ?; vegetation is ever friufrd in' its stomach. Does more good than i...

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DISTRICT NEWS. GOULBURN. Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. ? GOULBURN. (rilOM OUlt CORRESPONDENT.) ' _ , Feb. 23. The information is supposed to be on good authority that the Government have determined upon building tlie new post and telegrah offices at tlie corner of Sloane and Montague, streets. Whoever proposed this site certainly could not liave had the interests of the town at' heart — -he certainly could not liave studied the ' greatest good to tlie great i 1 11 A 1 ? -11 ? ? est mmiDeiv A. oove an otner ouuumgs, those contemplated should undoubtedly occupy .as central a position as jipssible. . Tlie proposed site, however, is situated to the east of the city, and the whole, of the town is therefore to the west, north, * and south. A thing so - absurd is con demned as monstrous by all .who are acquainted with the subject; and before very long, I am of opinion, the Govern ment 'will receive such a severe rebuke by a deputation of the townspeople as will make tlieir eai\s tingle and cause them. to alter theii; decision.: ...

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POETRY. GONE HOME TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

* POETRY. GONE HOME TOGETHER. They sat together in the door, The old man and. his wife, Whore, long and liappy years before, Began their married life. Tlio sunset touched tlieir silver hair, And turned it all to gold, And mado thoir wrinkled faces fair, As if they were not old. The old man hold tlie withered hand That wore his marriage ring Worn to a slender fragile band, Since lovo had crowned him kiftg. ' It's boon a long time, Mary, Since you and I worb wed;' And he 'stroked tho gray hair fondly Upon the old wife's head. '.A long, long time, my darling ; But the journey's almost done ; ^ Pray God wo go homo together, At the setting of life's sun. ' To the rest that is waiting for us, And the children wo have missed. Have they grown to men and women, Prom the little things wo kissed ?' ' If they have, I shall know my darlings,' The old wife answered him ; . ' ' I shall known theni all in heaven,' Arid her eyes were no longer dim. Por she saw, with faith's clear vision, -\i Tho lan...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, Feb. 23 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [eroji tjie daily papers.] London, Feb. 23 There was an animated discussion in the House of Commons last night; on ' the pro priety of resuming the debate adjourned from the 17tli instant. The Marquis' of Harring ton agreed not to press the. question if the Government thought that further ' discussfon would embarrass them ; and he dochned the challenge of the ^Opposition to submit a formal motion upon the policy of the Govern ment. The debate was adjourned sinc. dle. The Emporor William, in a speech, said he thought tho concord existing between the European Powers justified the feeling *of , cqnfidenco] in; .regUrd to the preservation of peace. ''Even ^ supposing the Porte fails to carry biit thd desired rSforms, through tlib . failure -pf negotiations, us German interests did not proscribe any C'd^finite course, sho would continue her' efforts to secure peac.o. and the pf-otcction of the Christians in , the Turkish provinces. ' ' rx'y / ' - ' Feb. 24. ...

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(Burrangong Chronicle, Feb. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

? ? ? +- ? ? ? (Burrangow/ Chronicle, Feb. 24 :j The Mails and the Roads.— The fol lowing- letter respecting the mails has beQn received by James Watson, Esq. , M.L.A. : i —-?'?Sydnoy, 14th Pebruary, 1877. . Sir,— I ; am directed to acknowledge the ; receipt of tho petition forwarded by you on the 7th instant from Messrs. Watson Brothers, W. Prewing, R. Archibald, and other; residents of Young and surrounding district in. favour of the establishment . of . , a . ,bi- webklv mail between Young, Stoney ; Creek, Molongy Gereldera, Grogan, and ^Temorii,, and from thence, to Quapdarry, to meet the W agg-a , Wagga mail; , and. to inform you that the usual reports have been, called, for in the matter, upon tho receipt ^ of ;wliicli the sub ject will, be, further 3j considered, and tlio result communicated to you. , I have tho: honor to be, sir., your . most obedient seryant, . S. W- Lambton, Secretary. .James Watson, Esq., M.P., Sydney.' A-„jnost important boon for the residents of Marengo...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Monday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. fFityn- our Tcfayraphic Correspoudeitt. J Sydney, Monday, 4' 30 p.m. The Assembly was counted out on Friday, the House , apparently, . be ing- determined to do no business pending v tlie result of Mr. Parkes's motion of censure, wliicli coines on to-morrow. The Church of England Synod has carried resolutions declaring that the Bible should be read from and recognised as God's word in every State-school. - Maize, 2/6 to 2/9 per bushel ; oaten hay, -£o/10/- to £o ; lucerne, £4/10/- to £6. - Sydney wool sales show a de cline of ^d. on last week's quota tions. Fat cattle are fully 20/- lower than last week. ; ' Prime wethers are worth 11/ to 12/, with firm market.

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(Burowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

? ? . ,| fBurowa News. J , I Conditional Purchases, Burrowa Dis trict.— At the Local Land Office, on Thurs day last, the following conditional purchases woro made : — Parish of Numby — John Ilan rahari, 40 acres ; iJohn Cummings, 320 acres. Parish of , IIowoll — J.' Petty, 40 acres; Thoiyas Potty, 100 acres ; John O! Connor, iu acres ^mineral selection;, l'arisnes ot Hovell and Graham — -William Gurney, 145 acres. Parish of Galong — John D. Lawford, 84 acres. Parish of Harden— Samuel Car ter, 100 acres. Parish of Ghidowla— George Small, 400 acres; David Small, 320 acres; John Hutchinson, 200 acres. Parish of Nowham — Albert E. Middleton, 80' acres. Parish of Nururig— Michaol Dunn,- 155£ acr, os ; Robert Johnson, 100 acres ; John Planneiy, junr., 2 roods (additional area on measurement). Total . area selected,.' 212 5£ acres.' The Binalong Road.— We received a tologram : yesterday from James Watson, Esq., the district member, intimating that the sum of £300 had been placed on the est...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Business transactions since our last issue haVe taken no material change for the 'better, . nor are they at all likely tb do until wo re ceive a copious downfall of rain. During ? the early part of the week indications of rain appeared, and on Wednesday heavy clouds gathered in the north-west arid rain com menced to fall continuing at intervals during the night in light showers, but on Thursday the weather again cleared up and has since 'been cool and pleasant, the rain to all appear- j Mice now being as far off as ever. Although - the atmosphere has been considerably cleared ? - arid moistened by thev few showers referred * to, they were comparatively insufficient to afford any benefit to the district generally, - which, at the present time is in a very critical g-osition. Tho reports that are daily received from^he back country concerning the devas tation; made upon stock by the continued , drought is lamentable,- and many of the settlers enterta...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—MARCH. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

, MONTHLY CALENDAR. —-Marc i r . , 1'IIASES OF THE MOOX. Last Quarter . . . . ' 7th, 8*6 a.m. Now. Moon ? lptli, 12-08 p.m. .First Quarter .. .. 22nd, 1 I'M p.m. , Full1 Moon . . .. .. 2 9 tli, 3 -54 p.m. Sux ? Days. Memoranda. »-i. .7) £ O --+- X */. 1 Th. 5 '49 0*;35 2 F. 5 -5 0 6-34 3 8. 3*51 6*33 4 IS. Tiitud ix Lent 5-52 6-32 5 M. 5*53 6*30 6 T. Melburne named 5-53 6*29 7 W. 5*34 6-28 8 Th. * 5-55 6*20 9 F. 5-5G 6*25 10 S. Australia discovered, 1606 5 *(-7 6*24 11 S. Fourth ix Lext 5-57 6-23 12 M. 5-58 6-21 13 T. .'--59 (j-20 14 W. «? 0 6-19 15 Th. 6-16-17 - 16 F.' Prince Napoleon b., 1848 6- 1 6*16 17 S. St. Patrick's Day 6* 2 6-14 18 S. ? Fiptjiix Lext 6-3 6-13 - 19 M. 1 6-4 6-12 20 TV 6- 4 6-10' 21 W. . - 6- 5 6- 9 22 Th. Gov. Young ar. , 1861 6* 6 6* S 23 F. 6-7 6- 6 24 Sr 6- 7 6- 5 25 8. Palm Sunday. Lady Day 6-8 6*4 26 M. . ' 5-9 6- .2 27: T. Cook's statue begun, '69 6-10 6- 1 ?iS W. ' 6-10 6- 0 29 Th. 6-11 5*58 30 F. Good Friday 6-12 5-57 31 S. 6*13 5-55

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

J. & B. BARNES, OOOTAMUNDRA STORE, * Have always on hand a larac and varied stock of A / . 0/&'£ ? Ih'apery, tooceries, Win-s and Spirits, Ironmon gery, Boots and Shoes, &c. ; , and having received large consignments of Goods purchased under most favourable circumstances, by one of tlie firm dining a recent visit to Sydney, are prepared to sell at .'REDUCED P.RI0ES. Cash customers uiwrally dealt with. A(fmU for the Liverpool and London and Globe Lmiranct' Company. rjii . 9. O'SUIiLIVAX, BOOTMAKER, . Parker-street . Cootamimdra , I)EGS to inf^riii^ihe inhabitants that he J has ooiiyu/w('A business ; and hojies, by ke(!2-ing lifi /ii/t-^iiaterial that can be obtained, andr jy jjf«6d workmanship, to li l erit a. fair sha o f su] iport. .Good fit guaranteed. : All re])«iirs exe-;uted cheaply, neatly, and on the shortest notice. COOTAMUNDBA COACH FACTORY, Opposite Cootaniundra Hotel. N. c/s/euart IS prepared t^o^wte^ders in Engineer ing, WhdCWi^l/fthi3, Blacksmith...

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