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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 6.4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. {From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, G.A p.m. The San Francisco mail was delivered this morning. The mail via Suez arrived at King George's Sound yesterday. Cable still interrupted. In tlie All Yaclits race on Saturday Gilchrist's Mistral, .was first, Fairfax's Magic second. The Mayor's Cup was won by Lottie. Trick ett pulled over the course for the championship in out riggers. TV/Tn TLnnioo TlnlTrnQn oik 1 TVTv 77! rl lYinnrl JLUJL ? XXlWillUO JU/ CUJ. V CV11U J.1XX ? JUVULU.UJ.iU Webb were nominated to-day for East Macquarie. Sir J. Bobertson will ask the House to-morrow to go into committee on Wed nesday to consider the propriety of bring ing in a bill to amend the Land Act. Mr; Terry introduced a motion bearing' upon the same subject. James Coppoclc, an employee in the Town and Country Journal ? Office, was found on Sunday afternoon last firmly wedged between two rocks near the Gap at Sydney heads.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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POETRY. WITH CLEARER VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

POETRY. WITH CLEARER VISION. I saw to-night the man I loved Three little years ago ; I did not think so short a time Could change a mortal so ! There was none like him in those days— So strong, so true, so wise ; He had a lofty, marble brow, And tender, soulful eyes. a v.,, a&'uivu ui iuuoau , iiau uy vviuuu The raven's wing would seem But pale, indeed, a face and form To haunt a sculptor's dream. But when I looked at him to-night, I saw no single trace Of the old glory — only just A very common face. No marble brow, no soul-lit orbs ; The face was round and sleek, That once to my love-haunted eyes . 'Was so intensely Greek. I know full well he has not changed So very much. All, me ! But I was blind in those dear days, And now, alas ! I see. 'Tis very dreadful to be blind, Of course, and yet to-night I should be happier far if I Had not received my sight. \ . One little thought will trouble me—. I only wish I krtow Whether he still is blind, or if His eyes are open, too.

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

THE CITY BANK , - SYDNEY. \ rip EE ubt/o Bunk ha OPENED A 1 BR^raCOl at On^bcumiTulva for tlie transacti2lwM^t^l^.iildn^ business;. AGENCIES tlurcugHOut tlio world. The liraneli is under tlio management ot Mr. J. I. PETllIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, J 877. j DR. T. G . I V I MY , L.A.C.L., and I^MJfcS., (A LEGALLY Uuujj&jUI^^ MAY be con suited the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitharm A Mackenzie, ( 'g5^CK, STATION, ^.C3-E53srrrs, COOT.AMU N DH A. ~¥r.'JOHN RUSSELL, S^MCITOR, X BUI^ltOWA^VrilEK^ Yjwrxo, Attends Cootamundra every Court day. DFL J. B. CRABBE, M.D., O.M. (UNIV. EDIN-), (A legally ijflaliiied Medical Practitioner), 'Vr'AY kp-foNSlJLTET) by patients at | thwr wivato residences or at the Albion HotelTCootaimuulra. Kf* BETHUNGllA.—AtTreweek's Hotel, first Monday in every month. *, m. mm&. Sign-writer, House-painter, and Decorator, Paperhcmger -and Glazier, A (/0 0 T A M IT N M A . LL voters '^executo/ wife)- the utmost despatch. O' - Vehicles painted upon...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. PER STEAMER LUSITANIA. LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

LATE MULISH NEWS, PER STEAMER LUSITANIA. ( From the Herald's Special Correspondent J London, December 7. On the 18 ultimo a Ministerial statement on English policy in relation to the war was made by Lord Derby, which has produced a deep impression throughput Europe. The speech of the Foreign Minister was addressed to a deputation from a society for the pro tection of British interests against Russian aggression in the East, tho Turkish Defence Fund Association, and the Polish Society of the 'White Eagle. Lord Stratheden and Sir H. Hoare headed the deputation, but the momlinrH nf nnrfv worn iioronno #vF -tin public standing. All tho points that have been mooted from time to time by the more violent advocates of pro-Turkish policy were trotted out by successive speakers, the dan ger to India from Russian conquests in Ar menia, and the free passage of the Dar danelles,' The loss of the line of the Eu phrates Valley was regardod as imminent, and Constantinople and the Suez canal wore bo...

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STANLEY'S LETTERS FROM AFRICA. No. V. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 January 1878

, STANLEY'S LETTERS PROM AFRICA. No. V. (CONTINUED.) The 14th February we lost the island channels, and we were taken — too late to return — along a channel which took us to the right bank to the powerful tribe of Mangara, or Mangala, of whom we had heard so much sometimes as very bad people, at other times as great traders. The fact that they had. pursued trade caused us to imagine that we should be permitted to pass by quietly. We n n *i ? l t-v » ? .i were wotuiiy deceived., uespite tlie war drums aud horns summoning the tribe to war, as it was near noon and a bright sun shone, and there was sufficient stretch of river to take a good observa tion, I would not lose such a splendid opportunity to fix the position of this im portant locality. I ascertained it to be latitude 1 degree 16 minutes 50 seconds north; 'by count, longitude 21 degrees east. I closed my sextant and put it away carefully, and then prepared to re ceive the natives — if they came for war, with war ; if they came...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. fcf- Established 1869. Incoyporaftd by Act of Parliament. Geerj^e £ttu Wynyard Streets, Sydney. fTVE^ECTORS The Hon. S. D. Gordon, - ' '? j / M.L.C., Chairman; Hon. Sir G. W. 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 Annual Report, 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 Oootamundra. By order of the Board, v J. 0. REMINGTON, Secretary ? « Is there no hope?' the sick man Baid; ? : The silent doctor shook his head. »- While there is life there'B hope,' he cried. ? * ' ' JEgroto dum animas est , apes est.' DR. L. XT SMITH ' (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults Oil all affections of the Nervous system (no matter from wha...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. 80UTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows: — Cootamundra R.S. 5.30 a.m. Bethungra ? 8.15 p.m. „ P.O. 5.45a.m. Junee..... ? 12 noon Cungegong ? 7 a.m. Wallaceton ? 1.30 p.m. Arriving at 'Wagga Wagga at 3 p.m. NORTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows WaggaWagga ? 10 a.m. Bethungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaceton ? 11.30 a.m. Cungegong ? 5.45 p.m. J Junee.. ? 1.15p.m. CootamundraP.O. 6.45 p.m. - Arriving at the Railway-station at 7 p.m. r Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. ' Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives at Coota mundra at 6 p.m. ?

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I The following table shows at a glance the times of de parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged - - ? LEAVES ? . P.M. A.M. Cootamundra ? ? ? ? ? 7 45 6 0 'Wallendbeen* 12 miles 8 13 , 6 28 3/- 2/- Murrumburrah ? 25 8 40 7 5 6/3 4/2 Cunningar* ? 28 8 58 7 13 7/- 4/8 Galong* ? 37 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/3 BinaJong ? 45 * 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/6 Bowning ? 69 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 Yass ? 66 10 43 9 0 16/6 11/- . Gunning ? 88 1150 10 7 19/6 13/- Goulburn ? ? 119 ? 1 15 1130 29/9 19/9 Arriving at Sydney at 6.50 a.m. and 5.33 p.m. ? ARRIVALS. TrainB leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m. and 6.20 p.m., arriving at „ p.m. p.re'. Goulburn ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- Yasa ? ? 187 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 Bowning ? 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? ? 208 7 44 3 14 6o/- 39/6 Galong* ? 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* ? 241 916 4 42 59/- 42/3 Cootamundra ? 253 9 45 5 12 60/6 43/3 ...

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FIRST THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

FIRST THINGS. [San Francisco Bulletin.) Envelopes were first in 1839. The first steel pen was made in 1830. The first air-pump was made in 1650. Aneesthesia was the first discovered in 1844. The first lucifer match; was made in 1829. The first iron steamship was built in 1830* The first balloon ascent was made in 1783. Coaches were first used in England in 1569. rrw n . i 1 T 'U ' f\A/» H TnenrstiiorsGraiiroaa was duijx m iozo-/. Ships were first copper-bottomed in 1873. The first steamboat plied in the Hudson in 1807. ' Gold was first discovered in California in 1818. Omnibuses were introduced in New York in 1830. The first watches were made at Nurem burg in 1477. The first use of a locomotive in this coun try was in 1829. Kerosene was first used for lighting pur poses in 1826. The first copper cent was coined in New Haven in 1676. The first newspaper advertisement ap peared in 1652. The first telescope was probably used in England in 1608. The first saw-maker's anvil was brought t...

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MR. FRANCIS AT WEST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

MR. FRANCIS AT WEST MELBOURNE. The Daily TeleyrapK describes tho disorderly proceedings at Mr. Francis's meeting at West Melbourne, on Tuesday, 22nd ultimo* as follows: — 'The Berry faction had a most decisive and charactoristic victory last night at St. Patrick's Hall. Though hundreds of reason able, respectable electors were present, there was from the first a sprinkling of noisy though harmless individuals. About a quarter of an hour before the chair was to tavlrfvn n nnm-nnmr vrmoVia wv (IIWUVU %-V vvmjjivvif VA marched into tho hall, and it was evident that this was an organised gang — not in tended so much to insult Mr. Francis, as to cry themselves horse in defence of the Ministry and the Governor. Several well known members of the Melbourne, Colling wood, Richmond, and other protection leagues occupied prominent positions as directors of the disturbance. In spite, how ever, of all the efforts of the rioters, there was evidently present an immense majority friendly to the can...

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NEW PASTURE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

NEW PASTURE. IN QUEENSLAND. {Town and Country.) A gentleman writing to the Rochhampto» Bulletin says : — The fine western district, comprising the Barcoo, Alice, Thompson, and their tributaries, has so often been written of in yoiu' paper that most of your readers know pretty well all about its plains and great grazing capabilities ; but there is a district equally as good, of larger extent, and more accessible to port, which somehow has been lying almost idle, and until lately almost totally ignored by civilised Queens land. I refer to the great west north-west, or, sav, the country westward from the Darr and the-Landsborough, and extending along Flinders and Saxby down to the Gulf of Carpentaria, and including the watersheds of the Leichhardt, Gregory, and Nicholson RiverS ; the Barclay table-lands,' the rivers Cloncurry, Williams, Dugald, Gilliah, Wok ingham, Upper Diamantina, and Western. There is here an immense area, larger than the whole colony of Victoria, and it is nearly a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

Kicked to Deatij. — Tlie Corowa Free ? Press records a frightful accident which happened to Mr. P. J. Russell, a well known hawker, on Eriday, January 18, between Boomanoomana and Tocumwal, and which resulted in the unfortunate man's death. From the meagre information at hand, it appears that Russell was at Gibbon's camp on Hennesy's run, on the Friday morning. Late in the evening he left on horseback, for his own residence at Tocum wall. On the road there is a chockand log fence over which Russell had to cross, and it is supposed that in jumping the fence ho was'timwn and dragged some distance by the le^^aieh 'haft caught in the stirrup iron. When foulfd he was litlerally -kicked into an unrecognisable mass, an.d, of course, quite dead. Bro was buried on Saturday morning. * Hoi/Loway's PiLT-s.— Disorders of the kidneys, lmown by tho deeply-seated pain in the back and scanty secre tion of water, can be arrested in their distressing; and rapid course by tlieso regulating1 Pills. Thei...

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TELEPHONIC EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

TELEPHONIC EXPERIMENTS. (S\ M. Herald.) The invention of thevtelephone has caused a\ thrill of intorest to run through the minds \ of all civilised communities, and. is likely to 'X be developod into spheres of usefulness, the boundaries of which are at present unseen to the mental eyes of even the ablest scientists. It may be asserted with confidence that it has conquered a distance of between two and three hundred-miles, and ifit never goes any further than that its utility in commercial, domestic, sporting and other pursuits will bo ot a most extensive character. In .England it is already an ''institution' at rifle-butts, and, on account of its easy manipulation, is likely to become extremely popular. It is commencing to engage the attention of mili tary and naval authorities, and in the event of another war will no doubt play some very important parts. As introduced by pro fessor A. G. Bell, it is an extremely simple looking apparatus, not larger than the wooden handles attached...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

COOTAMUNDRA AERATED WAJO FACTORY. THOMAS s/ E®, oprietor, has always /n of cool, re froshing Cormals aufl AeratdEPW aters. The price for Aerated Waters reduced to 2/6 per dozen from the 1st November. ALBION STEAM CONFECTIONERY WORKS. JgNNEVER AND/ AEPLETON, MANUFACTUHIN Q^/LM^JHrtCONFECTIONERS , 361, Oastlereagh/stroetrwlith Sydney. Country prders wHl receive immediate atten tion. Prib^-lists forwarded on application. Bai;fc. Bark. Bark. '?» ? FOR SALE, ELVE THOUSAND SHEETS BAMp, first class. N.B. — Orders recffred for all kinds of Split Timber. J List of prices sen/dn application. Apply J \ FREDERICK DRAPER, j '? Nattai. Melbourne Wool Sales. CHEAP FREIGHTS-SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE TO MELBOURNE. Further Reduction of Rates. 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 take charge of Wool at the Sydney Railway Terminus, or Wharves, or at New castle, and deliver it at our Wareho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

MY FRIEND, If you are a SUFFERER from any ACHE or FAIN, give f&OHSSOR SCOVTS WonderM Herbal Medicine A fair and unprejudiced trial, and you are sure to be greatly re lieved 01' PERMANENTLY CURED. Do not confound the GEE AT MEDTCINE with any other prepara tion now before the public whose names have any similarity to this WONDERFUL AND ORIGINAL MEDICINE. If you have a Headache ^ s /y If you have a Toothache // If you have Rheumatism If you have Neuralgia / If you have Colic / If you have Dysentery . If you have Sciatica , . - } If you have Laine or Weak Back : ^ ' J If you We a Burn or a Scald . If you have Pam m the Side * If you have been bitten by any kind of Venomous Insect ^ If you have any Strain or Bruise If you have any Irritation or Inflammation - If you have Diarrhoea J jf If you are troubled with Sleepless Nights ^ j? %JF Go or send at once to your Chemist or Storekeeper and purchase a bottle of PROFESSOR SCOTT'S KING OF PAIN, And useit according to the directions, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

VIGILANCE COMIIHWEE. . amualJleotion. rpHE/ BLE^aOct of mombprs of tlio J_ Vigilance Committee for the year 1878-9rwill I^ko place at the. Albion Hotel WEDNESDAY EVENING, 1&mi Feb. P. J\0'Donnell, Esq., J.P., wilFvpresido ovor tha oloction. j Chaiiyto bo takoxi at 8 o'clock. I ? / FRED. PINKSTONB, / Secretary. Preliminary Notice, AB AZ AAEJ^itC-bfr' holdifwtho Roman JCatholic jfclioolroonyfft Cootamundra onthGoth'&fil the 21jj/k^CH NEXT, in aid-.of thq^dobt 011 tlprspllool and toacher's rosidonco. J? Free Scieetoi's' Association. USTJ5VsL monttra^noeting frn THURS DAY AFTMNonrT NKKT, at a o'clock, at /ho Albion Hotol. J / A. N. TAY.1IOR, L- f\crotary. (£/? Notice. PER.SONS-^i^Mlin g*Kploaso to tako noJjim^i *W&0yyfwi^iot bo per mitted in anyywso to pftss tlmrngh my land. . MICHAEL RENIHAN. Cootairaiafci I'ssrf €M- IISM'ftS. WEDNESDAY and TI1UR8 DAY) March 20 and 21, 1878. President : J. A Dallas, Esq., J7P. Vice-President : John Barnes, Esq. Judge : R. E. Cha...

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THE PROPOSED RAILWAY STATION AT BETHUNGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

THE PROPOSED RAILWAY STATION AT BETHUNGRA. In tho Assembly : Mr. Hurloy (of Hartley) said lie wished to draw tho attention of tlio House to tho con tracts for large goods-shed s an d stations on tlio Southern Railway at tho Bethungra station, about thirteen milos from Uootarnundra. To call for them would bo as perfect waste of tlio public money as could take place. It had been statod that it would bo necessary to construct tho lino to *Juneo. Tho Go vernment would bo wiso to withdraw the calling for tenders until tlio House had con sidered whether it was necessary to con struct that lino. If the buildings wore erected, when the railway was extended to Wagga, they would bo of very little service. The mistake of having an expensive station at Bethungra was all the more sovious if the lino were to be extended to Wagga Wagga in eighteen months. There was no neces sity for a period of use which would extend only over a few months to erect at Bethun- ? gra a station and sheds fit to last ...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. We quote the following from Goldsbrough's monthly circular dated January 23 Wooii. — The ujjual auction sales have been held during the month, and 16,331 bales have been sold out of 23,775 bales catalogued ; thus making a total of 10 bales sold since tlio commencement of the sales in October. There is a fair quantity remaining in the warehouses to oll'er this next month, and the arrivals continue, though on a reduced scale, the season being evidently drawing to a close. Prices arc not ho lirm as tlicy were last mouth, which is to some extent attributable to the lots now of fering being principally inferior to ordinary descriptions, as is generally tho case towards the end of the clip. The catalogues have included a largo portion of low greasy, for which buyers would not give the rates expected, and these have been difficult to sell. The prevailing un certainty about the Eastern question, and tho unsatisfac tory state of trade iu Yorkshire and the manufacturing...

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FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AND LOSS OF LIFE. (\ Svemna News.) \ u / At a few minutes after 11 o'clock last Wed nesday night a through goods down train collided with an up-special goods train at Emu Plains, just at the bottom of the Lap stono Hill incline. Tho two trains were running in opposite directions when they collided with a crash that can better be imagined than described. Judging from the tremendous force with which the engines came together, both trains must have been running at full speed. By this terrible dis nsfor thrRfi men liavo boon killed, and two or three more so much injured that they are not expected to live. How tho calamity oc curred, or from what remissness of duty on the part of the railway employees is at re sont unknown. From the particulars to hand it would appear that the down train comprised twenty- two loaded trucks, which left Sydney at 9 o'clock on Wednesday night and reached tho foot of Lapstone Hill about 11 o'clock, when a special goods up-train, co...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 February 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mu. Guaiiam Coin/nut's report for weelc ending Jan uary 31: — During the past week the .arrivals of maize havo again fallen off, and the demand has consequently increased ; to-day's quotations being as high as from 6/ to (J/3, at which prices most of this week's arrivals have been disposed of. The market is, .hOAvever, very unset tled, and no permanent price exists. Oats arc also in good demand, and for all this week's arrivals to-day's quotations, 3/i) to 4/3, have been readily realized. In breadstuff's, flour is lirm at £14/15/- per ton for iino and £13 to ,£14 per ton for seconds, but no business of impor tance has been transacted. Some consignments of colo nial wheat from southern districts have realised from 15/4 to fi/C. Largo arrivals of- lucerne hay are to hand. Oaten of prime quality meets with a ready sale. Potatoes arc scarce, Victorian arrivals being of remarkably poor quality. Onions arc lirm with short supply. In dairy produce, prime butter sells...

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