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FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. The special meeting of this association, con vened by advertisement in our last issue, was held at the Albion Hotel on Thursday after noon last, when there was a very good attendance of members. Mr. P. Pinkstone, in the absence of tho president, was voted to the chair, and he stated the object of the meeting, narnoly, to elect two new members of c.nrnim'tfnn tmin.ss accounts, and to record a vote of approval or disapproval of Mr. Pernor's conduct as their delegate at the late conferenco held in Syd ney. Ho would first call on the secretary to read the minutes of the previous meeting. Mr. Taylor read the minutes, and they were confirmed. The only item of correspondence was the prospectus of a new weekly journal, to be called the Liberal , which, it was intimated therein, was to be started in Sydney. With reference to this new 'journal, some of the members present expressed their dis approval of the title; they thought any newspaper professing to 'represen...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 22 January 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. Cable communication is restored. Tho Imperial Parliament was opened on Janunry '17th, Tho Queen's speech was pacific. Telegrams from Turkey and Russia are re-assuring, and peace, probabilities more cheering. London colonial wool sales are fixed for the 19th February. 'The importers' com mittee have decided to limit tho number of bales for next series to 1200,000, pending the approaching sales. Tho wool market is quiet. The corn market is weak, with a down ward tendency, in consequence of tlie pro spect of peace.

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APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The rent will be for the period from 1st January to 31st December, 1878, and must in each case be paid in full before the lease will have effect. Credit will be allowed for the amounts already paid on deposit of the applications. Cootamundra District. John Mulqueeney, 240a, rent £1, c. Bland, at Stockinbingal. George Wales, 120a, rent £1, c. Harden, p. Cucumbla. Thomas Duffy, 390a, rent £1/4/5, c. Bland, p. Duduman. Richard 'Weston, sen., 300a, rent £1, c. Clarendon, p. Ullandra. Gtjndagai District. William W. Priddle, 240a, rent £1, c. Clarendon, p. Kimo. . Frederick Shaw, 240a, rent £1, c. Harden, p. Burra. William Manwaring, jun., 420a, rent £1/6/3, c. Harden, p. Cooney. Robert Wright, 960a, rent £3, c. Claren don, p. Mitta Mitta. John S. Futter,. 840a, rent- £2/12/6, c. Harden, pr Cooney. Narandera District. Emily V. Elliott, 300a, rent £1, c. Cooper. Young District. James Dwyer, Ma,rengo, 300a, rent £1, c. Monteagle, p. Illunie. | Permissi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

COOTAMUNDRA I - AERATED WATER FACTORY. THOkAS J/wM BS^l^j Pa^prietor, lias J _ always « n ^m/ a sxyptijf of cool, re freshing Cprdials apd ASf?r^3P),V aters. The price for Aerated Wafers reduced to 2/6 per dozen from, the 1st November. I^NNEVER &ND APPLETON, MAKIIFACTtmm(^XM^RT^OQ^fECTIOISrEllS, 361, Castl^^a-^re^^^mh Sydney. Country orders wjJire^Q^mediate atten tion. Price-Hst^forwardeaon application. ALBION SSfEAM CONFECTIONERY \/ WORKS. ? l5ark. Bark. Bark/ EOR SALE- FIVE THOUSAND SHEETSiKARKf first class. N.B. — OrdeiK ^ec^ved for all kinds of Split Timber/ {/ List of prices seat on application. Apply V FREDERICK DRAPER, Nattai. Melbourne Wool Sales. CHEAP FREIGHTS— SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE TO MELBOURNE. Further Reduction of Rates. Y\7vE beg to inform tiie Woolgrowers of T? \New South Me s who intend to forward' th&Lr clips^q Melbourne Market, via Sydney o^ Newcastle, that1 we are pre pared to take ^hargi^of Wool at the Sydney Railway Terminus, or Wharves, or at New...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

MELBOURNE WOOL MAHKET. . Messrs. Gor.nsnuouGii a so Co., by telegram, report We offered '2500 bales wool to-day, alid sold 1800 bales. Prices about same.

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Thehu is still, littlo appcaranco of rain. Yesterday after noon a -strong' wind arose, and was accompanied by thunder and. a shower of rain, but of so slight a nature as to scarcely lay the dust. To-day the atmosphere is clear with a cool wind blowing. The country all around wears a very dry and parched appcaranco, and tho want of min is seriously felt. On Monday a mob of 2000 sheep passed through Gun dagai on route from Mr. Kudd's station near Wagga to Cootamundra, where they arc to be trucked for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

HE^^^ORRY, |1 j Boot J^Su^er, |\ PAEKER-STEEET, CpOTAMUNDEA. '1% /TEN'S Bhitchers .made to ordor, 10/6. 1V1 Men's Watortigtits made to ordor, 17/6 Men's Blutclior Wpfcortights, 14/- . Men's Elastic Sides, from 12/6 tojd Womon's Elasj* Sides, 10/0 to J//~ J . Youths' and flfuldroh's Boofc^uaUycMap. All orders faithfully ,^ocut64£- : Tiboral discount to storokoopors. All kinds of repairing dono on tho shortost ' X ™tl00' teems cash. J A largo supply of English mado. ^^^^^^ujjadios', and Childron's Goods in CootaiiitiiMlra Tais*f Club Races. WEDNESDAY and TIIURS- - DAY, March 20 and 21, i 1878. President : J. A Dallas, Esq., J.P. Vico-Prosidont : John Barnes, Esq. Judge: R. E. Chapman, Esq. Clork of Sales : E. Barnes, Esq., Clerk of the Courso : Mr. Titos. Evans, Stewards : Messrs. P. J. QIBom^ll, J. B. Hurley, W. G. ARCjm^JfL J. Mullaly, 'Allan Macken2P-^. M'Gowan, F. Pinic smNETTiLOJN^B Troy, G. J. Roberts. / g Starter : v^^Mr Aavnnm Dempsey. FIRST DAY— WEDNESDAY March 20. MAIDEN PLA...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Guaiiam Coin/rEit's report for tho week ending January 2 |, During tho past week, there lias been a largo amount of business done, consequent upon tlio large arrivals of maize. Tlio so arrivals havo had tho effect of subduing the demand that has lately existed, and the highest quo 1 afcion is now 5/2. At from 5/2, a good demand exists for medium and prime qualities. The arrivals from the Northern rivers aro far inferior in quality to thoso from Shoalhaven anil Southern maze. Tlio demand is con-, semiently greater for the latter. The market is bare of feed oats, and somo good samples for seed realised from 3/0 to :s/i). In dairy produce since last report, I have to quote a further advance in price, 1/3 being now.tlie value of prime or mod iu m qualities. The quality of butter at present is unusually bad, and for inferior samples there is no reasonable price secured. Cheese has declined, owin01 to increased supplies. Bacon remains firm at quotations, with but a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

LATE Barnes's Albion Hotel, OpOTJk.DVLTJISriDI?,^.. ? ? ♦ ? Booking-office for COBB 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 yery best ACCOMMODATION, consideration having been given in constructing the additional premises to the pecularities 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 PEIYATE APAETMENTS 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 OE SYDNEY. First-class groom in constant attendance. A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every train for the convenience of visitors. TEBM...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. SAME DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Same Day. Miiller v. Adams, trespass, damages laid at £5. Plaintiff sued to recover for damages done to his wheat crop by goats. Plaintiff called two witnesses, but one of them 'failed to appear. The other, his wife, deposed to the damages done. After hearing witnesses for the defence, his 'Worship gave a verdict for 25/- and costs of court and one witness,. 7/. Southee v. M'Grath, account, _ £2/14/. No appearance of defendant. Plaintiff having proved his case, a verdict was given for the amount and costs, 10/10. : v Quinlan v. Archer; ' trespass of dogs and destruction of sheep, £5. Plaintiff deposed that on Christmas morning about twenty-five sheep were killed by four dogs in his pad dock ; he had not seen the dogs himself, but called as a witness Prank Quinlan,, his son, ' who deposed that on the day named he saw twenty-five sheep killed in the paddock ; he saw the dogs that killed them : would swear that one of the dogs was defendant's ; four sheep, died after...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

' Mutual Life Association of Australasia. (£3= Established 1869. . . Inmyjorated hi) Act of Parliament. Jy — pri^irS^Sffice, Txeorge ani-wynyard Streets, Sydney. , T~\IRECTOES The Hon. S. D. Gordon, 1 7 M.L.C., Chairman; Hon. Sir G. W. j Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman ; H. G. Alleyne, Esq., M.D. ; John 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 Anitual'; Eeeqrt, 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 ' Is there no hope V' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head. -? ? ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ? ?? .f'JEgroto dum animas est, spes est' DR. L. L7SMiTH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults On all affections of the Nervo...

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GLEANINGS FROM PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

GLEANINGS PROM PARLIAMENT. In tho Assembly : Mr. Farnoll, in reply to Mr. Bonnett, said tho Governmont had no power to remit tho interest on conditional purchases, and could not grant any general extension 'of ' the time lixed by law for improvements. They would bo disposed to deal leniently with in dividual cases. Mr. Farnoll, in reply to Mr. Bennett, mentioned tho names of seven 'additional ? - ' ? ? L. ? ? -? t.^jiv.uuiui.ui.1 jilhuuusu mwpuuwjis names or sovon additional clerks appointed by Mr. Garrett during the late recess. The appoint ments of inspectors were temporary and were rescinded on tho 14th December last. Sir John Robertson desired, with the per mission of the Houses, to make' a personal explanation. lie had observed in a tele graphic notico of a speech which he had made at Mudgee that ho was represented as having; spoken of tho members of tho pre sent Ministry as 'sneaks' and 'traitors.' He desired to. say that was altogether a mis take. He was aware that it was som...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JAN. 25. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

POLICE COURT. Friday, 'Jan. 25. Before Mr. W. Love, P.M. John M'Cormack, charged with drunken ness, forfeited his bail. * Jeremiah Minahan, charged' with using obscene language, was fined of. Powell v. Galvin; travelling sheep through run without giving timely notice. Plaintiff (overseer at Cucumbla) deposed to the tres pass, and that it was not three hours from ? the time he received notice till he saw the sheep on the run. Defendant admitted that j he had made a mistake : and the charge not being pressed against him, the penalty being £50, he was let off with the nominal fine of 20/, costs, and expenses. .

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows: — Cootamundra U.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 AVagga at 3 p.m. NORTHERN MAIL. 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 Kailway-station at 7 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, da.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. , . leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives at Coota , tdundraatSp.m.'T;' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

Selection. — The only selection made at the local land-office on Thursday last was by John Oharlesworth, 120a, parish Cooney. The Legal Point Raised at Young. — We published the substance of a legal point raised by Mr. Windeyer, barrister, at the Young Quarter Sessions in reference to the power of our Police Magistrate in adjudicat ing in the case against Mrs. Hammond, lately tried at the local court. It was main tained that it required two magistrates to try the case. The argument, it appears, proceeded under the assumption that the case was heard under the Cattle Stealing Act, 17th Vic. No. 3, whereas it was actually brought under the Police Act 19th Vic. No. 24, section 1 of which authorises one magis trate to adjudicate. Barristers as a rule are not the best informed as to the practices of the lower courts. Impounded at Burrowa on 12th Janu ary, from Spring Field, by order of Poplin Bros. : — Cream-coloured horse, H over Pn or Pn near shoulder, MH or M^ off shoul der, star, sore...

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THE CRICKETERS' TRIP TO YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

THE CRICKETERS' TRIP TO YOUNG. By Longstop. It is now somewhere about two yoars since I tho warrior knights of tho willow of Young and Cootamundra mot ,in combat on tho ! bloodless though glorious battle fiold of cricket; and on Saturday last (being the ninotioth anniversary of tho colony) they had another contost, — the first for tlie pre sent season. Pursuant to arrn.ngom.onts, a team selected from tho Cootamundra 0. C. left hero by train on Friday ovoning, having engaged a coach to meet them at Wallend bcen and convey them to Young, whero the match was to bo played. From tho happy, smiling, complacont countenances or the members of the team at starting on thoir jdurney, it was evident they were ' on plea sure bout;' and they certainly did enjoy themselves from start to' finish, — thoir plea sure on tho return being naturally height ened by the victory thoy had achioved. Your humble servant, Mr. Editor, made a few notes on tho way, which ho hopes will be interesting to readers in ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I Jjik followiuff table shows at a glanco the times of do . parture and arrival of trains and tho tares charged :~ ? ? ? ? I.KAVKS _ ; , ' l'.M. A.AI. I c Cootamundra ? 7 45 (j q Wallcndbeen* ? 12 miles 813 6 2S 3/- ? 2/ Murrumburmh ? 25 8 40 7 5 «/3 4/2 Cunmngar*.. ? as 8. 58 713 7/- 4/8 G along* ? 37 0 22 7 41 9/3 6/8 Bmalong ? 45 944 y 2 11/3 7/6 jBowmng ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 ? 6(5 10 13 9 0 16/6 11/- Gunmng ? ? 88 . 11 60 10 7 19/6 13/- Goulburn ? ...119 ? 1 15 11 30 29/9 19/9 Arriving at Sydney at 6.50 a.m. and 5.33 p.m. - . ' ARRIVALS. Trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m. and 6.20 p.m., arriving at P.M. P.K. Goulburn . ? 134 miles 4 23 1155 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165 5 50 120 45/3 33/- ? Yass ? ? 1S7 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 Bownrng ? 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 20S 7-14 3 14 55/- 39/6 Oalong* ? 216 8 4 3 34 55/9 40/- Cunningar* ? 225 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/9 Murrumburrah ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- Wallendbeen* ? 241 9 16 4 42 59/- 42/3 Cootanmndra ? 253' ? 9 45 5 ...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. ? church of iiNOLAND (Jootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wallendbcen, 3 p.m.— Rev. AV. Cocks. WEBLKYAN .-—Wallendbcen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m.— Layman. COOTANMMHERALD. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1878.

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BETHUNGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

BETHUNGRA. - (from a correspondent.) Scholastic operations in the Public-school hero, were recommenced on tho 14tli instant. The attendance — which was chiefly made up of fresh scholars — was large, numbering over forty. The school -will continue to in crease in numbers for some- time, but not for long, as the greater part of our popula tion will be moving towards Wagga, and then, I daresay, the attendance will be smaller than at any time since the school was openod. It is to bo regretted, that through the non permanency of most of the inhabitants here, Mr. Daley's zeal find perseverance in the discharge of his duties are not likely, on the whole, to meet with the success winch they merir. The- first annual distribution- of prizes in connexion with the before-mentioned school took place on the 15th. The attendance of visitors was rather small. Tho books awarded were selected by Mr. Daley during a visit to Sydney ; were nicely bound, and, to my mind, appropriate. The following are th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

Osman Pasha.— Sir,— The Gladstoman Russophiles maintain that ' no good thing can come out of Nazareth,' and, conse quently, that Osman Pasha is Marshal Ba zaine under an alias. .Seating aside the absurdity of the Turkish Government trusting a convicted traitor, the origin of Osman Pasha is as follows He is a native of Ar massia, in Asia Minor, born in 1832-3, and educated in the military School of Constan tinople. He has never been in Europe, except European Turkey, but speaks a little French. He is tall, of spare figure, and somewhat delicate in health, active and intelligent, and attentive to his cjuties. He inquires personally into every detail of his army and its tactics, directing the mode in which they are to be executed. He possesses .urbane and agreeable manners, and is a favourrite with ms friends and intimate acquaintances. This is the authentic account of this , able General, incontrovertible even by Mr. Glad stone's day's ' experience on.Turkishsoil.' Your obedient serva...

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