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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE.' SOUTHKRX 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. Junce ? :...rinoou Cungegong ? 7 a.m. Wallaeeton ? 1.30 p.m. Arriving at Wagga Wagga at 3 p.m. '. NORTHERN* MAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows : — Wagga Wagga ? 110 a.m. Bethungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaeeton ? 11.30 a.m. Cungegony ? 5.45 p.m. Junee ? 1.15 p.m. CootamundraP.O. 6.45 p.m. Arriving at the Railway-station at 7 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora ../-?*??? at 5 p.m. ;'???' '?' _ Leaves NTemora Wednesday, 9 a.m.; arrives at Coota ' l, ??- mundra at G p.m. .

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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SIR ERSKINE MAY ON CONDITIONAL DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

SIR BRSKINE MAY ON CONDITIONAL DISSOLUTION. A gentleman in England, interested in colonial administration, having sought the opinion of Sir T. Erskine May, K.C.B., upon the subject of conditional dissolutions, so much discussed in this colony during the several crises of last year, the following note has been receivod in reply from the eminent constitutional authority, which we are en abled to lay before our readers. House of Commons, Nov. 19, 1877. T\T*rr r\&ot* ATi* ? T i^nTm ?..sx***} ???!i.1» ? 1* pleasure, the able momoraridum of Sir Her cules Robinson Upon the ' Qualified accept ance of -Ministerial advice.' The. position of the Governor, under the circumstances stated by him, is peculiarly embarrassing ; and whatever course hemay take would bo exposed to some objections. Substantially I think he was right in de clining to dissolve Parliament, until pro vison had been made for the public service ; but I do not altogether approve of the form in which this refusal was gi...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. The following tjible shows at a glance the times of de parture and arrival of trains and tho fares charged :— : ? ? '. ' ? LKA.VK3 _ ? V.W. A.M. Cootamundra ? 745 6 0 Wallendbecn* ? la miles 813 6 28 3/- 2/- ' MurrumbiUTah ? 25 8 40 7 5 (5/3 Al'i , Cunningar* ? 28 8 58 7 18 II- 4/H ? ,.. Galonff* ? r.... 37 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/U Buialong ? 45 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/R Bowning ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 «/!' Yass ? ;...,. ? (56 1043 9 0 16/6 11/- Gunniui; ? 88 1150 10 7 19/6 18/- Goulburn ? 119 ? 115 1130 29/9 19/i) Arriving at Sydney at 6.50 a.m. and 5.33 p.m. ARRIVALS. ;i;' ; Ti'ains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m. and 6.20 p.m., atriving at £, ft '?..- '\ ;.- ??? p.m. ?? r.w. - ?.-?. Go\ilburn ? 134 miles 4 23 11 55 37/6 27/!) ,, Gunning ? 165 5 50 120 45/3 3!5/- ? 'Yass..'....: ? ..187 6 17 2 16 50/9 36/H Bowning ? 194 710 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 208 7 44 314 55/- 39/0 Galong*.. ? 216 8 4 3 34 55/9 40/- . Cunningar* ? 225 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/i) Murrumburrah ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- ...

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WHAT SHE ASKED TOMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

WHAT SHE ASKED TOMMY. He was named Thomas and she was named Jane. They sat on a hotel balcony yester day for three long hours and giving them selves dead away as being out of towners. As they sat down Thomas took one of Jane's hands. She allowed that sort of thing to go on without a word of protest, and the flaxen haired youth finally seized the other one. They talked and talked, and looked down upon the 'street, aiifl sighed, and the hours slipped away, At ]bhe end of the third hour HUU HH.XU . . | 'Tommy, dearest, I want to ask you soniothing.' j ' Ask mo a hundred— a thousand — a mil lion things !' ho okclaimed in reply. ' Woll, Tommy, I've got an awful cold in my head,' she ctotlnuod, ' c and if I draw one of my hands awayvand wiped my noso would you think I was nltfd P I've either got to do that, Tommy, or M my nose wipo itself. Just one .wipo, TomW, and then you may have it back.' \ Tommy, j-eleased heiA hand, though ho hated to, and her nose was softly and duly wipod. ? I^ema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

Mutual Life Association of i Australasia. (fcf~ Established 1869. r . ??.. ? /?* ' :-?' Incorporated by Act of Parliament. r / /, ?pjWgjfififAL OFFICE, ' Geygcf a*jl(u wrjrnyard Streets, Sydney. J^IluluTOES :^SHon. S. D. Gordon' _/^«L.L.O., Gnairniaii; Hon. Sir Of. ~W. Allen/M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H. G. AUewie, Esq., M.D. ; John Davies* Esq., M.KA. ; S. Dickinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, EsjJ, 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. 'NY. A. BYRNE, agent for Cootaniundra. By order of the Board, J. G. REMINGTON, j Secretary ! 'Is there no hope I' the sick man said ; . The silent-doctor shook his head. ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ? , :- ' JEijrotodtua qninias est, spes est.' DR.!LX7SIV1ITH '(The only legally qualified medical man ad- j Tertising) consults On all af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

TO THE AGRICULTURISTS Of Oootamuridra and District. HAVING established myself in Sydney, I beg to inform those interested that I will keep constantly on hand a LARGE SUPPLY of the following lines of Canadian Manufacture. All goods imported by me will be of the very best description, and at prices to defy competition : — Ex ' Prank Marion' (now discharging), a large consignment of MEADOW PARK REAPERS AND MOWERS, FROM THE BEST MAKEES. Also, Self-dumping Horse-rakes, with seat for driver. ' Ex Kolga' (to arrive in a few days), a large consignment of the celebrated wrought iron SO WIDELY KNOWN FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS as the MOST SUC CESSFUL HARVESTER in the Dominion of Canada, both, as a REAPER and MOWER. What we claim for the IXJj s 1. The improved Johnston self-delivery sheep rake. 2. An everlasting wrought iron frame. 8. Fewer bolts and less liable to get out of repair. 4. Two separate cutting bars, one for reaping and on« for mowing. 5. Steal shafting. (i. It is the stongest and mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

LATE Barnes's Albion Hotel, $£§* Booking-office for OOBB AMD CO^jnJrffwough the colonies, X HE 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 CENTEAL Hotel; and to intimate that she has made EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the premises. The house now offers the very best ACCOMMODATION, consideration having been given in constructing the additional premises to the peculiarities 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 PEIVATE 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 OF SYDNEY. First-class groom in constant attendance. ,-&B* A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every train for the convenience of visitors. TERMINUS HOTEL...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.—ANNUAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

?VALANCE COMmTTER— AMU ,UJg; ^]lii^njjL.Tsim.f;loLl^fv|-1iprfil 0, public meeting was held at the Albion Hotel «»ab»^Wodoeaday^ ,a¥e5rmg4ttst, with tho object of electing a Vigilance Oommitteo for l«S78-9.%The meet ing was not quite as well attended as that of last year, when the late committee were elected, nor was it ; a^iivfely', or dosirablo that it should be. ./rife 'public Having confi dence in the meiiibers of tl*e last committee wore quite,*nlling that, they should, so far as they Ttfere eligible; be ro-olooted. Nover wituubs;}- jmeru was a very goou uttenuuiiuo, though only one representative of tho outlying district was present, Mr. S; Ward^and much interest was displayed in 'tKfls^afpJ ect of tho meeting , which does gpedffTto Cootamundra when wo considere^tho difficulty experi onced in inariy* old and well established towns ctfMCo colony in provoking active in terest' in public affairs. .ot^ 'AtTifae^3^ -Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, J.P., was moved to the chair, and explained th...

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PORT JACKSON. "Hos ego versiculos feci, tulit alter honores." (To the Editor of S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

POET JACKSON. ' Has e(/ov-:rsic).ih)s fed, tulitalkr honores.' ( To the Editor of S. M: Herald. ) / ? ? ? f ' )? ? ? ' Sir,— I was somewhat surprised to see a letter from Sir -Alfred Stephen published in your issue of the 4th instant,' in which that gentleman clainis to have first disobvered the person after whoni Sj'dhey harbour was named. As I was tHe person who first cor rected the popular 'story in a letter published in your journal some twelve years ago, I hardly feol inclined to lot Sir A. Stephen ap propriate the honour. . . 1 have now in my possession a copy of the inscription to . the' memory of Sir George Buckett, which is in tho Church of Bishops Stratford, Herts, arid not' in some outof tho-way place, im Yorkshire, as stated by your correspondent. I am; Sir, yours, &c, ;::.;,' ' ,J. s. Duer.

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GOLDBROUGH'S WOOL EXHIBITION. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

GOLDBROUGH'S WOOL EXHIBITION. (By Telegram to 8. M Herald.) Melbourne, Wednesday. The judges at Goldsbrough's wool exhibition are the principal wool brokers of Melbourne, with Joseph Austin, of Sydney, and Lav ington Glyde, of South Australia. The fifty exhibits are from all the colonies except New Zealand, and they are magnificient wools. The following is the result of the exhibi tion: — Class 1, gold cup, value 25 guineas, for washed wool, not skirted, E. G. Grooves, of Victoria. J . Jj. Curne was specially men- 1 tioned in respect to weight and quality com- I bined. Phillip Russell, of Camgham, was 1 also commended. Class 2, greasy wool, j gold cup : Edward Pitts, of the Levels, South. ] Australia. The judges had an arduous task I m selecting from 33 exhibits. They say the I distinction gained is one which the winner . 1 may well be proud of. Lachlan M'Bean, 1 of Riverina, received special mention. Class J 3, washed wool,, gold cup: Dangar, Bros., of j New England. This was a use...

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TRUCKING STOCK. (To the Editor S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

TRUCKING STOCK. [To the Editor 8; M. Herald.) Sir,— -May I suggost that one of the most important matters has so far been over looked by the prosent Government, viz., tho erection of suitablo appliances for trucking stock to the metropolis. The mode at pre sent used is not only a great loss to those forwarding, but a matter which ought to be taken up by the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, as stock trucked at the termini of the railwavs. viz.. Omno-n smH Cootamundra, are thirty hours without either food or water before being offered for sale in the Homebush yards. All this ^ might be remedied if tho Govornment would ouly erect proper yards for trucking at tho different termini, and as a stockowner of this colony I beg to draw your attention to this very important matter, as with the pre sent appliances, now at tho disposal of tho public, it is impossible to bring stock to Sydney and do either justice to thorn or to those forwarding. The freight in Victoria is higher tha...

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POETRY. KATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

POETRY. KATE. I There's something in . the name of Kate \ N'VPTiioh many will condemn ; But listen now while I relate The traits of some of them. There's deli-Kate, a modest dame, And worthy of your love ; She's nice and. beautiful in frame, As gentle as a dove. Communi-Kate's intelligent, As we may well suppose ; ? Her fruitful mind is ever bent ? On telling what she knows. There's intri-Kate, she's so obscure 'Sis hard to fine her out, For she is often very sure To put you* Wits to rout. Rrevari-fi&te's a stubborn maid, : ; . . . ;? She's sitfe to have her way — The cavilling;- contrary jade ? ' Objects to all you say. ' - There's alter-Kate, a perfect pest, ... Much given to dispute — Her prattling tongue san never rest, You cannot her refute. There 's dislo-Kate, quite in a fret, . ; Who fails to gain her point ; . Her face is quite unfortunate And sorely out of joint. I ??;?? '-..-I Equivo-Kate no one will woo. The thing would be absurd— 1 She is so faithless and untrue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

THE CITY BANK, - , ; ' rpmz Mvr~0k'aJaH OPENED 1 JL BEANOII at Cootamundra for thh transaction of all usual banking business, r AGENCIES throughout the world. V. The Branch is under the management oil Mr. J. I. PETRIE. I Cootamundra, V 30th January, J877. 1 DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.C.I^/M.R.C.Syarfd L.M.B.S., (A LBGALL'^Q,ualifieji^[(-3ical Practitioner,)! MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star] Hotel, Cootamundra. /. I Stroiigiuuirni & Mackenzie* | mijhi, station, -^ ip AND coiMznuczssioiT ag-eitts, l' COOTAMUNDEA. MR. JOHN RUSSELL, SOMDlTfjR, &C, BURHOWA-STltEET, YOUNG, Attends Cootamundra every Court day. i DR. J. B*-CRABBE, M.D., GM/jjM/CV. EDIN.), (A legally qual^e(L^e4ical Practitioner), MAY BE CONI^TOLTED by patients at their private residences or at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA. MR. Frf&mC-f&WhPHY , SOLICITOR, &c. rpo BE CONSULTED at tho ALBION X HOTEL. {Cf=- Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY COURT DAY. Sign-writer, M...

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SIR J. ROBERTSON AS A LAND LEGISLATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

SIR J. ROBERTSON AS A LAND . LEGISLATOR. . (H, M. Herald. J According to. the speech of Sir J. Robertson on tho second reading of the Land Act of 1861, a benefit to bo conferred upon tjip country by this great instrument of sottle* ment was that it would ' improve the value of adjacent lands,' in addition to making the most of those actually taken up by ' set tlers. This is a test capable of boing really applied, ? Tho best way to ascertain the value of ad jacent lands. is to ascertain the prico at auc tion. Of private sales wo have no recoid sufficiently complete to be of ; any value ; bijtt of public sales, which niust be acoeptod tis tho true test so far as the State is concernotl, wo havo complete records year by year. In 1861, the year when this speech was ma^o, 189,936 acres of Crown lands were sold and realised £223,594. or at the rate of £l/3/5£ per acre. During 1876, the last year for which official returns are available to the public, the unconditional sales comprised 1,87...

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PIUS THE NINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

PIUS THE NINTH. The telegrams have already apprised the ^public of the death of Pope Pius IX. on Thursday last. The following sketch of the ?? career of the verierahle pontiff is from ' ' Men i of the Time' :— Pius the Ninth, his Holiness the Pope, the 257th Roman Pontiff and 256th suc : cessor of St. Peter, is a member of the noble family of Ferretti, named Giovanni Maria '?? Mastia Ferretti, and was born at Sinigaglia, y May 13, 1792. He was intended for the army, but resolved to devote himseit to the church; For several years after his ordina ;tion he attended to his pastoral duties with -exemplary self-devotion, and was nominated by Pius the Seventh on a mission to the government of Chili, in South America, shortly after the recognition of the independ ence of that republic. The duties of this mission were performed by him with great ? discretion ; and immediately on his return ? k.,-:- to Home he was appointed by Leo XII to *} n ' bnWbf the most important of the ecclesias tico-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

;-? -:;-^' \^ coming.1 f nt^^BAND CmCUS is known as the % X /most opmplfltfe in Australia. W|g^O^ND HORSES. ??'.'?- z^S' ' EveryJBranch of the Profession . ! e^pbMented bj stabs. Not^nj/wanted, ' tested afcd found to be Ttniejr match, us whd'qany '1/ Something to raase all ? : ,. Jfiie GREAT EQUE|&KtANS /foe CHAMPION VyMNASTS rThQWomyEKEik acrobats VThe CtASSICAy JESTERS .i^fie^FUNNY CLOWES* ??- The1 PERFORMING MONKEYS The DIMINUTIVE PONIES . ...TheHpHLY TRAINED. STUD OF HpRSES J All formng one gigantic show! /remember the /ates. Tueaftay , 19th Feb. , C^t/mI^NDRA «e*iesday, 20th Feb. , M ArTJMBUREAH LuVsday, 21st Feb., MMIENGO ; ' Friday 22na!P6b., BUHROWA . : . ( ; y Saturday,, 23rd fleb., FpOGMORE. ':?; i .-'..'. ; 'Kotwithstandjuig all the extra' outlay, the ? prices will r.enmin reasonable. :' -Boxes, if* Pit, 2/6. Seats for all. :' / M. ST. liEON, . . »[^ '? : Sole Proprietor. ^^^Jl^E^^E^^AILWAYS, ? '.? 'Great Southern, 'Western, and Richmond ;:/} . . Jn Lines. \ Iiite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

Cootamiiiidra Auction Mart. QUAILAND CO., STOCK A1M- tfTATION AGENTS, IIouseh(Hd--%*)'operttj ', Produce and Stock Salesmen) Paricer-street, Cootamundra. T) EGULAR SALE held EVERY THURS XX DAY. jpeelimhAy notice. f\ \ A I L\ X N V CO. \c// yill Qlfej^bylpublV) aucbkm, on the 28th^stan-j, iJoiotJpreviomsly dispJteed of, T» K#2r_jjn! of JLEASn for fivelyears to Yvay TepHlGruS Hotel, havinr a front Jage of about/o feet\mdoi| which is Xferected a substantial bumilig. ForVfurther m*icJuiwAj applyloV } dirlH^AJrD col ^ / IaKJ Bsarker-ireet, I Q/^-f * Cootlmundra. I? A I L A N R A) O. , ^iave for private said A j j Th ^AUSTRALIAN fflOTffi/at AvOM- 887^s£STOJraG-classp Agilculturli Land, Tsubdmfefl into ax'pa^ocjes securely Foe f^rthor particulars apply to C f / QUAIL \ CO. ^For Private Sale/ \ol/ l»ye fqpApiva&Q aalir J j 2750 arORJff SHEEP, i/xed a^. N.B.^CaD/oe disposed ol in lojs to suit TO WOOLJjROWERSr STRONGITH^fS^AND MACKENZIE are CASH nm'chasers of this Season's Clip at cui...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. London. February 7. The vote of six millions, asked for by tho British Government, for war purposes, has been carried by a majority of 199. Great excitement in England. His Holiness Pope Pius IX. died at ti o'clock this afternoon in the Vatican. February 8. Six of the principal vessels of the British Mediterranean fleet have been ordered to Constantinople to protect English residents, and the neutral powers have been invited to take similar action. The fleet are not in tended to menace tho Russin forces, and Eng lnad does not consider the step a breach of neutrality. The remainder of the fleet re main at Bessika Bay. London, February 11. Lord 'Beaconsfield stated in the House of Lords that a difficulty has arisen regarding the entry of the British fleet into the Darda nells, but that the intention to send tho Heet to Constantinople remains unchanged. Prince Gortschakofr1 telegraphs : — 'As the British Squadron goes to Constantinople, we send our army there.' London, F...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Monday, 6.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. ) Monday, 6.50 p.m. The ovorland line is again interrupted. No further war nows has arrived. The Herald considers Avar almost inevitable. Various prisoners implicated in tho Han cock will case were placed on trial to-day, but they exhausted the jury panel. The trial is postponed to the 26th, when one forty iurynien will be summoned. The trial of Ramsay, well knowft as a collector in Sydney, charged with assault on a woman named Rubie, was postponed till Wednesday, owing to the absence of mate rial witnesses. - At a special meeting of the city aldermen this morning, to consider tho proposed tram way bill, it was decided by majority of one it was most desirable to have tramways.

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COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

COMMERCIAL Uei'nlil Office, Monday. Since tho heavy rain reported! in our last the -weather has been remarkably cool. Occasional showers have fallen during the week keeping the ground well saturated. A radical chancre has taken place in the appearance of the mil-rounding district. The parched \ip aspect of all vege ? tation has departed, and everywhere is to be seen a beau tiful green coating of grass. . Mkhsrh. Stbonojthahm andMaokenzik report having sold through their Sydney agents 1518 head of fat cattle, '.: on account of Mackenzie and Archer, and have truckec , for Sydney 1496 aheep, on account of Wormall aiu ' t Blamoy (M. H. and C. agents) ; 2368 wethers, on accoun 'of T. Harrington (Sullivun and Simpson agents) ; and 2873 wethers, on account of Messrs. Learmonth, of (Jroon Kiill (G. M. Pitt, and Son agents). ? '??'?* On Monday, 11th instant, 20D head of fat cattle, be - longing to Mr. Phelamy, and coming from below Forbes, passed through Young en route for 'Sydney. The pasto...

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