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CRICKET. COOTAMUNDRA V. MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

(jl'aOKMT. OOOTAMU'NDUA y. ivi.CUUlIMlUJHHAU'. Tnii return match between the above ii;i mod clubs was played at Mm rimiburrah on Saturday lusl; under a nr.- pi ??ions cirouiu stnnees. Tlio intense heat of tlio preced ing week had formed. a. .strong conviction- in tlio minds ol' players Hint out-door import under such circumstances would provo far from, comfortable, but 011 the day appointed theso fears were considerably allayed ; tlio day was nut too 'not and was rendered more agreeable by a gentle bree/o winch con tinued till ovning. The visitors started from town by the 5.45 a.m. train, and on their arrival at MuiTunibuiTa.il found a. con veyance, provided by tlio Murrumburrali team, in waiting Tor them, by whieh they were without delay conveyed to the Ex change hotel. About ten o, clock the con veyance was again at the disposal of the visitors and thoy availed themselves' of the opportunity to proceed to the ground, a dis tance of about half a, mile. In due time all were ready fo...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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THE LAND. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 23rd January. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

THE LAND. AT OOOTAMUNDEA. * . On V/cdnesdciy, 23rd January. Oountky Lots; Lots A and B, portions, 134 and 135, c. Bland, p. Congciji, on the %-oad from Bland Creek to Wallondbeen, and adjoining the southern boundaries of M. Price's conditional purchase No. 55 and J. Gibb's conditional purchases Nos. 56 to 58. Berthong run. Lots C to G, portions 15 to 19, various areas, c. Bland, p. Moonbucca, on and near the loft bank of the Bland or Yeo Yeo Creek, adjacent to the western and adjoin ing and noar the southern boundaries of portion 4, and adjacent to the eastern and adjoining and near the southern boundaries' of portion No. 3. Moonbucca run. Upset price £1 per acre.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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GUNDAGAI THURSDAY, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

aUNDAGAI (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) * Thursday, January 17. Another week without rain, with the ex ception of a light though welcome shower on Saturday night. In my last I said the heat this dayweek was 113 degrees in the shade; but the next day was even hotter being 117 ; and your description of the heat in Coota mundra on that day will apply equally to that experienced here, ' being something like that produced by the blast from a smelt ing furnace.' On the whole the past week from Saturday was cooler than the preceding one. But still it is quite hot 'enough, and rlftr nnnnftli Inn Tim rlvrm ry'h'f ic nmioiTin uuu' ^UU6UU, VU-liOiUg serious alarm throughout the district, and in some parts the scarcity of water is bestir ring the inhabitants to seek fresh fields and pastures new. On goldinining claims this want is the cause of much anxiety and loss, preventing the. carrying on of works. It is hoped, in the interests of all, that rain will soon descend. Five hundred pounds is said to...

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THE FARM. BRITISH AGRICULTURE PRE-EMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

THI FARM. BRITISH AGRlh/rURE PREEMIN 3NT. (Wi\y Times. J The soid of Wilhn Cobbett, vexed with the prodigious gwth of towns and the spread of industrjand commorco in Eng land, used to till'! back with a. touch of sentiment not unf jpliar in that rugged na ture, to the timoyhon Englishmen were justly proud of thiriches of their country's jgjiuind the enerjf with which those riches ^^^?brought into pie peoplo's servioe. With j^^^miucipiication £ macninery ? and manu- 1 tho stur-r old dogmatist argued, j^BRKight had come pon English agriculture. ^Mphe land did not yjld its increase as it was W wont ; the smoke jf tho tall chimneys, the bustle of the railwys, tho withdrawal of an increasing proporionof the peojile from the wholesome and najural labours of farming were robbing the! plea sunt fields of their plenteousness as wll as their peace. When Cobbett died thoi future of his country seemed to him wrapped in gloom, in tho dingy gloom of fo^y. and stifling cities. If any ono had whisj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

BEDIMING A NEW YEAR. 'With the next issue of the Cootamundra Herald will com mence Vol. II. and tlio proprie tors, whilst thinking tli'eir friends for the liberal and- voluntary sup port which they have accorded them during the past year, beg to say that the present is a fitting time for those avIio may desire to do so to become subscribers to the paper. The carrying on of the paper during the past year having en tailed an outlay of about EIVE HUNDBED POUNDS, a serious drain has been made on its trea sury 5 and the proprietors would | esteem ? it a great favour if those whose accounts are of long stand ing — Some of them twelve months ? — would settle the same, in order to enable them to promptly meet liabilites incurred on behalf of the journal, and, the proprietors hope, for the public welfare.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

COOTAMUNDRA AERATED WATKFACTOW. mHOMASU . wSpE^^roprietor, has JL _ alwars \A hiwid Vudupply of cool, re freshing Gc^d^uttkd Aerated Waters. The price Kir \emtod Waters reduced to 2/6 per dozen from t\^o 1st November. '|^NNEYER ^ND APPLETO^ Manufacturing (SSMPORT Confectioners, 361 /fcastl^MgbA^oot, South Sydney. CountiWoi^drs hml receive immediate atten tion. Plico-liSTS forwarded oil application. ALBION STEAM CONFECTIONERY \ WORKS. ? ? Bark. Bark. Bark. FOR ; SALE, i F I YE THOUSAND , SHEETS first class. N.B.— Orders rccoil-ed for all kinds of : Sjdit Timber. 11 . . , List ,of prices, se)it oil application. Apply 1 FREDERICK DRAPER, \ Nattai. Melbourne -.Wool Sales. CHEAP FREIGHTS-SYDNEY AND / NEWCASTLE. TO MELBOURNE. ''Farther Induction- of Kates. WE beg- to inform ? the Woolgrowers of New South Wales who intend to . forward their clips to Melbourne Market, ' via Sydney or Newcastle, , that we are pre pared, to tttke charge of Wool, at the Sydney Railway -Tdririinus, or Wh'arvesV...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES TOR SUNDAY NEXT. Ciiukcii ok England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m 'WesleYa:,* Wallcndliceu, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. Thompson. COOW^^^ERALD. ; '''TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1878.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

rj^ffi^above Cy^rL^OSTPOIfSD un JL $1 sonj^rfiffght^iij PeJjrtiary, of which duo notice will bp^ivoV^ I WILIJA^IOCKS, ^ MmmnstziAR WILL bo held on tho race days EM BAY and SATURDAY, the 25th and 26th JANUARY, injiid (xftflftW^Eund for discharging thoftljbt on me Catholic School. Superhuman\$iprts htm! been made, to render this one gptehft. most choice and at tractive bazaars over held in the district. Sympathisers in the surrounding country arc respectfully and cordially invited to join tho festive throng and not by any means for get their purses and cheque books. ^\T7jffLL'a^pear in Quailand Co.\ Auc T T I tion Eoom on THURSDAY EVEN ING, Ithe 31st instant. T/ Vigilanec Committee.^ r AM^T ELECTION. O - ^ BE J^NNUAL ELECTION o\ this Commmeo will shortly be hold at the Albio/HoM. I Pamculars as to date, &c., in future issue, f PRED. PINKSTONM ^ t Secretary. ££ Reward, LOST, jbdbx Coo^fiui^a^^^ut the midclhr of No^nbolplSwo MARES, branded ira &lloj^s^— brown mare, white...

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POETRY. DAVID GRAY'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

POETRY.' DAVID (MAY'S ESTATE. Ov.ru liis forgo bent David Gray, ,. And thought of the rich man across the way ; ' Hammer and anvil for me,' lie said, ' And weary toil for the children's bread : ' For him, soft carpets and pictured walls, A life of ease in his spacious halls.' The clung of bells on his dreaming broke — A flicker of flame, a whirl of smoke. Ox in travis, forge grown white-hot, ( 'out, and hat were alike forgot, As up the highway the blacksmith ran, In face and mien like a crazy num. ?' School-house a-fire !' Men's hearts stood still. And women prayed, as women will. While o'er the tumult the wailing cry Of frightened children rose shrill and high. Night in its shadows hid sun and earth ; The rich man sat. by hip costly hearth, Lord of wide acres and untold gold, But wifeless, childless, forlorn, and old. He thought of the family 'cross the way : 'I would,' he sighed, 'I were -David Gray.' The blacksmith knelt at his children's bed To look once more at ea'ch smiling he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

I THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. THE above Bank has OPENED A BRANCH at Pootrfmundra for 'the | transact ym/ :)i!ytil us^al Cranking businoss. AGEN^ESthj^u^Jout the world. The Branch is undov the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, JS77. DR. T. G . IVIMY, L.A.C.IimiW nM L.H.B.S., ! (A legally Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamimdra. Stroii&itlaarm «& Mackenzie, STOG^^ATION, B /a®*0 H COlUCiMIISs/oiN- .A.GKEISTTS., I* OOOTAJrUNDllA. * MR. JOHN RUSSELL, j^OLICIBOE/SM., B^jmorvA^iiKET, Young, Attends CootanUiiMra every Court day. dr7j. b. crabbe, M.D., C.M. (UNIV. KDIN.), (A legally qualified Medical Practitioner), MAY BE Cra^LTOD/Jw patients at their or at the | Albion Hotel , ^oommf^ui(»a£/ ! BETHUNGB(RL.-^-AtTreweek's Hotel, | first Monday in fo-ery month. Sign-writer,' Honse-^ and - Decorator***^. | Paper-hanger and Glazier , J c/oAmijndea. All yrdkh'S ^sSoiited with the utmost desyatchC J) | Vehicles painteoupon the short...

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DEATH OF THE KING OF ITALY. LONDON, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

DEATH OP THE KING OP ITALY. J vm the. flerahVa Special Correspondent. J London, Jan. 10. Vtctoii Eai MANUEL II. /King of Italy , is doad. ; [' During three days lie suffered from fever; and 'all tho aid which could be rendered by his physicians proved unavailing. Tho sur- | goons performed the operation of bloodlot ting. His Majesty received the last Sacra ment. His Holiness the Pope sent two Chamborlians Avith a Papal benediction, and stating that had it not been for his oavii ill ness he Avould have gone himself to visit tho King. A general mourning has been pro claimed throughout Italy. Prince Humbert J has been proclaimed. Some uneasiness is ;| felt in consequence of bolief that tho neAvly '£ proclaimed monarch ontertains very differ- ] ont political opinions from these which Avoro hold by the late King of Italy. j* Tho following memoir is taken from ^ ' Men of tho Time :' — ' Victor Emmanual, King of Italy, son of ' Charles Albert, King of Sardinia* and of ! Queen' Theresa, dau...

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STANLEY'S LETTERS FROM AFRICA. No. IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

STANLEY'S LETTERS PROM AFRICA. No. IV. (continued.) .'Immediately Ave had arrived at Vinya Njara with our sick, we were attacked ; one of iny people was killed, others were woundecL 'We vhad seventy-two sielc with small-pox. *^Ve plunged into fcho bush; Svith desperate energy, and in a short time cleared the--skirts of the camp. Then returning, we at ; once set to work to make the place defensible, and while ,*« 4;.. — t ? ? &lil±'±Ll±S)l±K3±& ILIJ XU WcUb 111 1XUJULU WtJ UUl the bush down for a distance of 200 yards. Througli the. night the . poisoned arrows flew, and were-heard tapping trees and huts most unpleasantly, and every now and then some wide awake skirmisher awoke the echoes of the night with his loud- voiced musket, but with harmless effect. Next morning we moved and oc cupied the town of Vinya Njara, to house our sick and wounded, and the day was spent in repelling^ attacks and fortifying the town. Two dh-ys and two nights we bore attacks by land and wa...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

MELBOURNE WOOL 'MARTfTCT Mkssks. CroLnsMiouoii Axi) Co., by telegram, report : — We have sold -2400 bales wool this week, greasy realising1 7d. to 13d., and washed l id. to '22,|d. Trices about samo.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. oka ii am tjuui.TKirs report ior the wcelc ending January 17 In the produce market there lias been a considerable amount of business done. The maize market has declined considerably owing to arrivals coming to hand in the hitter part of last week. At 'present the highest prices offered for maize are from 5/:-i to 5/G ; at these prices there is a. ia.ir demand for the supply of country and export orders. Melbourne quotations remain high, but, in con- , sequence of the high price ruling here, shippers arc rather chary in speculating. Oats are verv scarce; -1/3 and 4/(- has been offered and refused for a few small lots. In dairy produce butter has undergone a great improve ment in value. After the issue of my report on Thursday nisi, uie price imvanceu v.o uu., and on Tuesday last to 1/ ; at this price it remains film, and both holders and pro ducers ure sanguine in their expectations of a still further advance. The butter producing districts are sadly in need ...

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COOTAMUNDRA AND THE S. M. HERALD. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

COOTAMUNDRA AND TLIE S. 11KUAU). (to the editor). Sin,— I was glad to see you had referred lo the slanderous notice of your township which appeared in the 8. M. Herald of the oth in stant; and would cull, one quotation, that your readers may judge with what propriety the 8. M. Jh 'raid and its correspondent can give that advice. ' ' Respublica' writes : ' ' If . .» 1 ?» I -l 1 . ... 1 i.l. .. tuo magnates o i: our enuro.uas nsui uearu t.uu language and seen the sights of which .1. was I an eye and ear witness on that day, they could not have helped asking themselves and. their people most seriously whether they arc making the most of the means at their com mand for meeting tho religious destitution of the colony.' Now, sir, what paper gives I this solemn advice ? What paper and what writer are so anxious to meet tho religious destitution of the colony ? Is it not a fact that the staff of tho Herald lias been largely made up of renegade parsons, who for a few hundreds a year more hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

Aut Union at Wagga.— The .drawing for the Art Union got up by Mr. W. C. Hunter, Wagga, is to take place on Thurs day, 7th proximo, at 11 a.m. Hollow ay's Pills. — Weak and Debilitated Constitu tion ? Tlie present weather is trying to tlie robust ; to tlio weak and debilitated it is overpowering. Holloway'B Pills have long been noted for tlioir corrective and purifying powers, and arc the readiest restoratives of health and vigour. They remove all impurities from the blood, im prove the digestion, and rouse the liver, without inter rupting pleasure, business, or study. Holloway's Pills cool tho system, regulate the circulation, moderate ex cessive perspiration, guard the constitution in critical moments, and save it from destruction ; in fact so build up and renovate failing1 health as to malco them the most desirable medicine. They neither gripe nor act violently or inconveniently on tbc most delicate bowels, and may , therefore, be taken by tlio aged or iniirm, and safely ad jmmete...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

COMMERCIAL. j Jfcmld Oilicc, Monday. Tn mm lins boon n delightful change for the bettor in tho weather this week, though tho heavens avo still us ob stinate as over in withholding tho .slightest indication of rnin. Tho thermometer on Sunday night went below 70 decrees, and yesterday it ranged at SO. Wo hour of a demand in tlio local labour market for domestic servants, especially females. Tho wages nro from 10/- to ir-/-]ior Aveek; and it is difficult to obtain .supply at those figures. Much satisfaction lias been expressed by Cioulbum millers with the expeditious completion of orders for wheat from (.'ootaimmdra by means of vhe;raihvay. 5/(5 is stated to be (he top quotation in their market. Hay is still quoted atfroin £?- to £?! pev ton. Mkssuk. Stiiosoithaiim and Mack kn-ji; report having trucked 2 ISO we fliers for Sydney on account of Thomas Elliott, and tr-!)0 on account of A. G. .Jones, Esq, (H., J., and 1). agents). Ninety-nine fat cows ( Welsh's, 'Wagga) have passed here to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

Takk Game ok th k Jl.AV-sTACKs.--It 'would bo 11 serious loss to farmers in tlieso trying times to lose tlioir lniy-stacka, which | thoy isvo liable to do through lire in suol) a ! terribly lint season. Wo would roroimuoud ! our I'm liners' to insure their stacks against. , this risk. An aivem-y for this purpose might bo obtained For the district 'with much ad- I vantage. I Gunkebah. — Friday. ? — The weather is excessively hot, and the thermometer regis tered I !!)? in tlio shade to-day. T.lto Nainoi River has dried up, and there is no water suitable l'or drinking purposes. A meeting has been lield for the purpose, of' sinking 'wolls on the river bank, to obtain water for tlie inhabitants. Co ox am i!],K. — Friday. — Tho thorniorneter to-day was 129- in the shade. The birds are dying in hundreds. Thero is no sign of rain. Business is very dull. Serious State ok Akkaihs at the Friend IjY Is lands. —Wol liugton , F ri day. — News from tho Friendly Islands is disquiot ing. Tho natives...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From oiir Telegraphic Correspondent.) ' Monday, 2.30 p.m. Tee Grown declines to' prosecute Professor Rufus Wells, who was charged with causing the death' of a person named Harden at the recent attempted balloon ascent. The; 'Assembly meets to-morrow. It is not .unlikely that, as the question of land . ' : salesvby auction has now bccome a question ^ of public interest,1; ? Miv Barbour will go on withhis motion to suspend such sales for ' ;six. months. . ' ,\'„ M^y G^eviLle, member ior/Braiuwood, and I .V ' piember forUaindon, are the ' ^candidates for : tlie Chairmanship of Ooiri ijnittees. ; ? -The A. Si Company's steamship Queens landbroke her back on a, sandbank between ^ockhaanptojL and Brisbane. .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

The Legislative Assembly meets to-clay. - Sir H. Parkes lias authorised the denial of tlie rumour of liis retirement from public Hfe. Sir John Robertson has . paid a visit to Mudgee and addressed his constituents. Ho denounced the new GbvernuieELt as ' sneaks and traitors to the Parkes Party arid said they would not be permitted to initiate new legisla ture, though lie was willing to a.uo\v them to carry that legislation on which, all were agreed. He declared himself opposed to the remission of selectors' interest, and was too much of a free trader to sanction the stoppage alto gether of auction sales. He was glad that no member of tlie new G-overnin ent ? came from Ms side of the. house ! This is sufficient to show that Sir J. Robert son is prepared to say anything ; for Mr. Burns has for years been one of his chief est supporters. It will be remem bered that just prior to the dispersion of the Assembly, Mr. Barbour brought for ward the question of the suspension of auction sales o...

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