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BETHUNGRA. January 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

BETHUNGRA. Jaimarv 1, 187S. Christmas once more has come and gone; and on this occasion, in this locality, with out much of the ?merry-making' which usnally attends it. It's true there were a good many ' spiritniodia' in our midst during the Christmas -week («hoy being under the influence ,of spirits) ; and on New Year's eve a company paraded the town to the music of a flute, with tin pot accompani ment, the sweet strains of which, rose on the balmy air, and had, no doubt, a soothing effoct on the feelings of tho townspeople. The serenade 'was concluded with three ?iVh-w« -for each of the leading 'citizens.' But although our town was dull at Christ mas it is likely to become pretty lively shortly — the prospect of the railway reach ing us next month (according to, rumour), attracting many business peoj)lo hither. The camp- of Messrs. Amos Brothers, con tractors for the railway and railway-station here, is now. located on the outskirts of the town, and if the opening is to take place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

: .'' THE . END .OF_THE YEAR. ' ' \y E beg to remind our friends ?who paid in advance for the year when this j ournal was started, that we are now entering upon the second year. ? It is not usual to send accounts to. subscribers who pay in advance.' We beg to return our sincere thanks for the support accorded us 'during 1877 ; .and trust that our friends will continue to assist us in our efforts to- advance the interests 'of the district. PEOP-EIETOES Cooiamundra Herald.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

COOTAMUNDliA mHOM^. WafJSpffill, Proprietor, has | pfcwgys oTrJffijHl^ffiipply oi! cool, rc f rcslimg Corclials and Aerated Waters. Tlio prico for Aerated Waters reduced to 2/6 per dozen from the 1st November. 1 :nNNBVEE AND APPLETON^ Hi y MA-NUF^VCTmilXG & Imj^IT CONPECTIOHEIIS, 361, ™&GJ»a^-weet, South Sydnoy. Cotintrj^rders^riHrofceivo immediate atten tion. ^Price-lists forwarded on application. ALBION STEAM CONFECTIONERY WORKS. Bark. ISark. Bark. FOE SALE, FIVE TJIOIXSA-Nl). SHEETS BAE^ftcSTclass. N.B. — Ordersyi'G^eived for all kinds of Split Timber. / J ' ? . List of prices seiit on application. Apply . FREDERICK DRAPER, : Nattai. Melbourne Wool Sales. . CHEAP FREIGHTS-SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE TO MELBOTJENE. Further Reduction of Rates. WE beg to inform the Woolgrowers of New South Wales who intend to forward their^lipsyto Melbourne Market, 1 via\§ydney oar I^Rra^Uf, that we are pre pared to take cnairep otf Wool at the Sydney Eailway Termii^s^oCWharvos, or at New- ...

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TEA MEETING AT GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

TEA MEETING- AT GUNDAGAL (FllOM OUll COJUtESrONDENT.) A tea meeting, in connexion with tho Wosloyan Church hero, was held on the evening of Now Year's Day, the object be ing to enhance tho circuit funds. Tho heat was very severe ; but notwithstanding this, the tea, attracted a goodly number. Tho tea had been announced to be on the tables at six o'clock, but it was nearly seven when a commencement was made. However, the time did not drag, as games usually indulged in on these festive occasions received due at tention, wnicn exorcise paveci me way lor a hearty meal. The inner man having boon satisfied with the good things provided, .the company adjourned to again enjoy them selves, while tho tables were cleared and preparations made for the public mooting. About eight o'clock endeavours wore made to secure to this mooting tho attend ance of tho players ; but 1 am sorry to say a large number preferred to remain outside. After some difficulty a commencement was made with tho meeting1, a...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

KELIGIOTJS NOTICES FOB, STJNDAY NEXT. Church of England : — Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wesley ax : — Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. J'indalec, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m.— Local Preachers. C00TA1UHDRA HERALD. : TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1878.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

1 he Drapery ebo dales Again! CAEEIAGE PAID BY MAIL. 4 | PLEASE OBSERVE. Tile Trices named against the following list arc for really first-class articles, which we can rocoinmciul. If required, we can supply much lower or higher price goods. Any number of yards -may be had of these goods. All parcels packed securely in can vas, .and delivered free of charge every where. Please send for Price Lists and Samples. For ladies. 15 yards beautiful Black Silk for 00/ 15 yards ColouredrJnpajMfc Silk for 20/ 12 yards SiJJKtJtetro Aflluoa for 13/ 10 yards l^M^n/Cor^rfor Habits for 18/ 10 iranls'tWracTaade Muslin for 6/ 1') vards^tw*riw^-Muslin for 8/ riV^-^r'anoy Coloured Grenadine for 9/ A i iiufj-% j-'rint Costume, complete, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fischu, 15/ Ladies' Chemises, best calico, 2/, 8/, 4/ Lndics' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Night Dresses, best calico,'!/, 5/, (J/, 7/ Ladies' Petticoats, best calico, 4/, 5/,. 6/, 7/, 8/ La...

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THE FARM. TALK ON FARM CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

THE FARM. TALK ON PAEM 0EOPS. ( American Agriculturist. ) In sowing wheat after wheat, or after barley or oats, our principal aim must be, to retain as much. moisture in the soil as possible. As soon as tho crop is harvested, start the plough. Turn in the shoop and pigs to glean tho stubbies, but do not wait for them. And no matter how dry tho woathor is or how hard tho land, do not wait for rain. Put on three horses and break ud the soil. Follow with a roller. Then harrow,- and roll again wherever tho land is cloddy. The rollor will break some of the clods, = and press others into the soil. Go over the land again with a harrow, and this will pull up the clods and loayo them on the surface, whore the roller will have another chance at them. By repeated harrowing and rolling, as hero indicated, tho land can b© reduced to a comparatively line condition. At any' rate, no matter how dry and hard it is, enough of the clods can bo broken up to furnish fine soil to cover tho clods that can...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. . 8OUTIIKUX MAIL. , Leaves daily, Monday exempted, :is« follows : — Cootamundra U.S. 5.30 a.m. BotiiungTa ? ...S.lnp.m. ,» P.O. 5.45 a.m. Jim.ec ? 12 noon Cungegong ? 7 a.m. j AVallaecton ? 1.30p.m. .' Arriving at WagguWagg-a at 3 p.m. '''_', '* ' XOl'.THKKX MAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday exempted, as follows :-- WaggaWagga ? .10 a.m. Bctlmngra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaceton ? 11.30 a.m. Gungegong ? 5.45 p.m. Juuee ? .'.1.15 p.m. CootamundvuP.O. (5.45 p.m. ' Arriving w.t the Hallway-station at 7 p.m. Temoha Mail. Leaves Cooiamundra Tuesday, G a.m. ; arrives at Temora ? ' at 5 p.m. Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives itt Coota mundra at 6 p.m. -

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Mkbhus. Goi,»9B1iougii and Co., by telegram, report : — We oifered two thousand two hundred bales on Thursday and sold, sixteen hundred at about last sale's rates : greasy 7d. to 13d., washed l-ld. to 22d. No superior washed lots ° Wo quote the following from their monthly circular :— ?\yoo\ —A large quantity of wool has passed through the warehouses during the month, 65,4«1 bales having been catalogued for the auction sales, and 38,220 bales sold, thus making 88,530 bales disposed of since the com mencement of the season on October 24. This is 10,Sfll bales in excess of the sales made at the corresponding period of last year, and the increasing popularity of this market is thus clearly. evident. Prices gradually became weaker soon after the depaturc of last month's mail, more especially for inferior to ordinary de»criptiona, and a decline was clearly established when cable commu nication with Europe was restored on the 6th instant. Tclc-mms which had been det...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

D. OftilLUYAlV, ' boot:m:.a.:k::e:r, BEGS to inform his customers that ho is now doing work at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOES. The best quality Men's Blutchers, 12/ Mon's strongQi^i^harSy water-tight, 14/ Men's strong j^teipti|jptas, 20/ Mon's best Mnch call/Elastic Sides, 20/- ? Men's French calf fancy patent Toe-caps, 'made in the very best style, 22/6 Ladies' Elastic Sides, plain French calf, 14/ . Ladies' best Kid patent Toe-caps, 18/ Orders executed on the shortest notice. PEBMANE£tT MUTUAL BENEFIT Building and Investment* Society. rg''*O induce habits of thrift, and slaving by JL providing^; perfectly safe means of in vesting . inoneC inyRii^ie or small monthly sums, at a coirainembl^iigher rate of interest than can be obtained in the Savings Bank. To enable its members to convert what they now pay in rent, and from which, they get no ultimate benefit, into a fund for the gradual purchaso of a houso to live in rent free. To enable its members to purchase or build for investment, o...

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POETRY. COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

POETRY. COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. Davy and Jack were two serving men Employed on a farm inN.sS. Wales, Who -were kept to attend their master's herd And to other duties a farm entails. While in their regular round of work Off they rode to the paddock one day, There they discovered a cow and n calf Their duty it wan to tako away. This cow looked very defiant and bold, And spoke by her looks if not by her tongue ; So Davy and Jack began to conclude That she had resolved to light for her young. Davy rode up with stockwhip iu hand, For he was mounted on the best horse ; By gentle means tried he her to remove. Thinking this would be better than force. But his comrade grew weary of waiting Thought Dave over-cautious through fear ; So said he, * ' If you will change horses ' I'll show you how to go near !' Gladly did Davy withdraw from the field, And deliver his charger over to Jack, . Who only meant by his actions to prove That Davy was acting by for too slack. Jack made a charge— and so did th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

theJgity bank, I SYDNEY. rpHE Ibove Bank 1ms OPENED A 1 wkSXCJlJfl CootafWiulm for the tmnsactJn of jd^IHTirfrjfc&g Imsinoss. AGEMOI.es throughout the world. The Ifauch is under tho munngoment of Mr. 4f rETllIE. OWtJnundra, 3(l|i Ji iimary, 187 7. ~Tjt7~f~. 'GT'rvTMY7' ftfA.O.L., M.B.C.S., and L.M.B.S., ? (A |r|ally deified J^jAsal Practitioner,) T\|aY be consulted DAILY tit the Star ]\w Hotel. Cootamundra. fl ? ' ? ? ? i troiigitliarm «& Mackenzie, . | ' STOCK; RATION, \ |3 COOTAMUNDJiA. \ I MR. JOHN RUSSEIX^ \ ./ 1/ SOBH#T0JU &c, / **&i li .Buiuioyd-rail^ET, Young, ' ? I/ Attends Cootamundra every Court day. I d rTTTbTIor a b b e , I M.D., CM. (UNIV. EDIN.), I (A legally qiialifiFeOEedical Practitioner), 1/ 1\/TAY BE C^jKW-ffED by patients at | j\l_ their priwbo -itesidences or at tho I Albion Hotel, Cootaraundra. | £f- BETHUNGBA.— At Trowoek's Hotel, li first Monday in every month. | Sign-writer, Ilousc-paiinter, and I Decorator, I Paperhqmjer J^id...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND AND AT ADELAIDE. LONDON, November 23. (VIA SUEZ) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

ARRIVAL OF THE ' ENGLISH MAIL CVta SttiVt^ AT KING GEORGE'S' 'SOUND AND AT ADELAIDE. (The Herald's telegraphic corresnondeMs. ) *?/?' X London, November 23. .IRE Russians earned Kars by assault, on the night between the 18th and 19th, after twelve hours' desperate fighting. Tho operations were boldly conceived and bril liantly executed me garrison were nmdo prisoners, whilst three hundred guns and all ?the stoross were captured. General Melikoff left a division to garrison the place, and thon immedietely atartod with the - rest of his army for EpetfoumA which place General Heyman had already summoned to surren 2L l * ?£ Mcmktah's reply was that he SSffitW fchG.°r?ei-s of the Sultan, and defend the placo to the last extremity. It is ^ believed, however, that General MelikofL.^ will bo in possession of Erzeroum ^ofo^^rf advance of tho winter renders fuvthov opera tions in tho field impossible. A Council ( of Russian Generals lias de bated the question of advancing against Constantinop...

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STANLEY'S LETTERS FROM AFRICA. No. III. Nyangwe Manyema. Central Africa, November 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 January 1878

STANLEY'S LETTEES PROM AFRICA. No. III. Nyangwe Manyema, -w Central Africa. November 1, 187G. 'While at Ujiji, in 1871, Livingstone kindled in me an envious desire to see Manyema, when lie permitted himself to', speak about the*'glories of the last coun try he had traversed. x He was truly en thusiastic about it. He spoke of gigan tic, towering woods, extraordinary variety of vegetation, beautiful scenes of wooded hills and verduous vales and basins, amiable and interesting tribes of beauti ful women, and many other things which showed that the veteran traveller had been more than ordinarily.; impressed. I find from diligent inquiries -.here that his journeys from Ujiji must have embraced a period of three years or thereabouts. The distance from1 Ujiji to Nyangwe is about 850 English miles, which we performed in forty days inclusive of halts. I find he was laid up a very long time witli a most painful disease of the feet at Kauibambarre. From native ac counts he appears to have been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. (fcf- Established 1869. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, Gecrge and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. DIRECTORS Tho Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., Chairman; Hon. Sir G. W. Alien, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman ; H. Gr. Alleyno; Esq., M.D. ; John Davies, Esq., M.L.A. ; S. pickinsoHj'TSsq. ; M. B. Pell, Esq., B.A.^ jTjb The offic^ifTt^se colonies to free/ life assurance from harassing, restrictions. Eighth Annual Report, Prospectuses Tables of Rates, and full information on all points of interest to inte nding proponents, can be had on application to ME. 'NY. A. BYRNE, agent for Cootamundra. By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary JOHN BARTER, Manufacturing Tinsmith and Galvanized Ironworker, P a r k c v A Jfer (^t /(^ o t a m u n cl r a. SPOUTING, Guttering, Ridge-capping, Baths, Pumps, &c., made and fitted. Iron Tanks made to any size, from 100 to 1000 gals, and upwards. Tinware of every description made on the premises. ORDE...

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YANKO BACK BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

YANKO BACK BLOCKS. The following letter, addressed to the editor of the Freeman's Journal , gives some idea from a selector's point of view of the kind of country to be found at the Yanko : — ' Sir,— As it may interest some of your readers to hear something about this part 'Of Riverina, I beg to send you the following particulars of the country from the Yanko to the Murrurnbidgee. I believe it to be the best grazing land in the colony, and for grain growing I doubt if it can be surpassed. The soil is of a red chocolate colour, lightly timbered with boree or miall, and at inter vals of eveiy mile or two beautiful groves of box timber or pine ridges. The plains which the boree grows upon a, re doted all over with saltbush, cotton-bush, and pig faces. It has been considered a dry country, so much so that I know of several squatters who used to remove 'their stock in the sum mer months ; but the industrious selectors enlightened them by sinking wells as soon as they went on their select...

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SUICIDE BY HANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

SUICIDE BY HANGING. (Burrangong Q\iron icle. ) On Thursday S. Robinson, Esq., district coroner, held an inquiry atDemoudrille Inn, into the circumstances attending tho death of James Bell, who was about 00 years of ago. The following jury were sworn— J arnes Sibraa, Michael Egan, William Harden, James Watson, and William Smith. Senior- constable James M'Gee, stationed at Murrumburrah, deposed : From informa tion received I came this morning to the place were the body of Jamos Bell now lies ; I found the body in the same position as now shown to tho jury ; I was also shown apiece of rope by Wiilian Henry Jbaxter, wnicii i\e stated was round the neck of deceased and which was suspended to one of the beams of the stable ; Baxter cut the rope thinking the man might not be dead ; I then by telegraph reported the case to the coroner; from in quiry I find that deceased had a wife at Coola'c, near Gundagai. Matthew Pritchard, owner of the Demon drille public-house, deposed : I first saw de ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

OOOTAMUNDRA. AERATED WATER FACTORY. THOM^S^. WEBBTESf Proprietor, lias al«°nlaiiO KJJply of cool, rc- 1 freshing Cordials Waters. The price for Aerated Waters reduced to 2/6 per dozen from th^s 1st November. JgNNEVER AN.p APPLETON, Manufacturing ^mport^njJeotioners , 361, Castlere^m-sfcrelTt, Jj-Pti3C Sydney. Country order£?ml recevreimmeaiate atten tion. Price-lists forwarded on application. ALBION STEAM CONFECTIONERY WORKS, Bark. Bark. Bark. x _i ? TjsOR SALE, /FIVE THOUSAND _F ^ SHEETS? ZARK, first class. N.B.— -Ordjf fir received for all kinds of Split Timbe^^ List of pncespsent on application. Apply v '^FREDERICK DRAPER, Nattai. V. Melbourne Wool Sales. CHEAP FREIGHTS—SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE TO MELBOURNE. Further Reduction of Rates. WE beg to inform the Woolgrowers of New South Wales twho. intend to forward their/chps to Meljrourne Market, via Sydney (^^wcast^T^atjtore are pre pared to take cMrgH'T(f 'V^oljifthe Sydney Railway T^nfinus, or WMiffes^or at New castle, and'' deliver i...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 23rd January. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday , 23 rd January. Country Lots : Lots A to G, portions 2 to 8, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, lyin»- between the right bank of the Bland 'or 'Yeo Yeo Creek, and the road from Morangarell to Cootamundra, and extending from the southern boundary of reserve No. 1,263, up the creek, to the western boundary of reserve No. 1,263. Moonbucca run. Lots H to U, portions 12 to 25, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, on and near the right bank of the Wallendbeen Creek, and on and near both sides of the road from Morangarell to Young, and extending from the eastern boundary of travelling stock reserve No. 1,261 easterly about three miles to the western boundary of water reserve No. 940. Moonbucca run. Exclusively of a road three chains wide. Lots Y to X, portions 30, 31, 32, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, on the road from Morangarell to Young, a.nd adjacent to the northern boundary of William Lewis's con ditional purchase No. 27 of 160 acres. Moonbucca run. Lots Y...

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THE LAND. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 23rd January. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 January 1878

THE LAND. AT COOTAMUNDBA. On Wednesday? 23rd January. j Country Lots : Lots A and .1.5, portions 134 and. loo, c. Bland, p. Congou, on the road from Bland Creek to Wallendbeen, and adjoining the southern boundaries of M. Price's conditional purchase No. 55 and J. Gibb's conditional purchases Nos. 50 to 58. Burthong run. Lots 0 to G, portions 15 to 19, various areas, e. Bland, p. Moonbucca, on and near the left bank of the Bland or Yeo Yeo Creek, adjacent to the western and adjoin ing and near the southern boundaries of portion 4, and adjacent to the eastern and adjoining and near tho southern boundaries of portion No. 3. Moonbucca run. Upset price £1 per acre.

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