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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

(to the editor. ) Sir, — After perusing this correspondence, relative to tho late case tried at Oootanmn dra of Quinlan v. Archer, I beg you will doom my remarks worthy of a space in the columns of your next issue. The principal object of my communication is to show that the administration of justice, by our Gun ' dagai functionary (judging from several in stances now in the past) have given, I pre sume to assert, very general dissatisfaction, and which, I think, is calculated to retard in a great measure our social progress, ana affect materially the prosperity of the town. You no doubt, Mr. Editor, will bear with me when I say that it is very easy indeed for a Police Magistrate, sitting on the pleni tude of his power at a place like Cootamun dra, to wrap himself in a coat of informali ties; unfolding as wisdom dictates, and in sisting on a strict adherence to them, incon sistent though they may be with the law of justice and established order of procedure. In this case alluded to ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOB SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. ' ' Church of Enoi.ani- :— Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wrbi.kyas :— Wallondbeen, 11 a.m. Jiudalee, 3 p.m. ? . Cootnmunclra, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. G. Thompson. Also, . . Cnotamuudra, 11 a.m., and Lagoon Creek, 3 p.m.— Layman.

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COURTS OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

COTTItTS OF INQUIRY. Youug, Courthouse, Wednesday, 27th February Burrowa, Court-house, Friday, 1st March Cootamundua, Court-house, Tuesday, 19th March Qundngai, Court-houso, Saturday, 30th March.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

Educational reform has been a burning question in this country for some time past. But we are happy to think that at last there appears to be some prospect of its being amicably settled. Mr. Jas. . Gjeenwoqd, one of the members for East ? SySney, has, moved in the Assembly re solutions based on extreme League or anti-denominational principles, embrac ing the three cardinal points of secular, compulsory, and free education, which resolutions, however many oi that body's advocates may have wished to see passed, would l|tve been, judging from the tone of memibers of the House, inevitably re 15 jected; and the question would have re mained in statu quo but for the timely amendment of Sir H. Parkes, who pro posed to refer the whole question to a select committee of the House. It is to be hoped that the mover of the resolu -: iii: tions. will accept the amendment. If there are good grounds for the proposed reform, such- committee will be likely to report accordingly; and all conflicting s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 February 1878

MARRIAGE. Deniff— Bermingham. — On February 11, at Coolac, by Eev. T. Dwyer, Pierce Deniff to Ellen Gertrude, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Bermingham, of Madmug, and neice of Peter Ryan, Esq., of Grovesend, near Cootaniundra. - DEATH. On the loth instant, at the residence of hor father, Happy Valley, Saraii Ann, the beloved 'wife of Michael Keegan, age 29 years. COOTAMUNDRA HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1878.

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AT NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 27th March SUBURBAN LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

AT NARRANDERA. On Wednesday , 27 tl Mt^ch. Suburban Lots : Lots A, B, C, D, E, aiid G, allotments, 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 7, sections 27, 28, and 29, 2a 2r each, price £3 each ; also, lot F, allotment 1, section 29, la, price £4, c. Cooper, p. Narrandera, in the town of Narrandera.

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, 27th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

AT BURROWA. On I Wednesday, 21th March. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 73, 40a, c. Harden, p. Myloro, on the right bank of the Jugiong Creek and adjoining tho western boundary of portion No. 74 of 97 acres. Lot B, portion 275, 40a, c. Harden p. Nurung, adjoining the western boundaiy of D. Woodbridge's conditional purchase No. 226. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. Price per acre £1/5/.

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday, 21th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday - 21th March. Country Lots: Lots A to D, portions 77, 78, 79, and 85, various aroas, c. Clarendon,1 p. Mar or, ex tending from, tho westorn boundaries of Hammond and Johnson's portions Nos. 27 and 28 westerly about If mile,, and adjoining and nbar the southern and' eastern and ad jacent to the western boundaries of Sarah Turner's conditional purchase No. 84, Junee Run. Lots E to H, portions 95 to 99, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Maror, adjoining and near the western boundaries of Hammond and Johnson's portions Nos. 26, 50, and 51, and M. Comyn s conditional purchases Nos. 49 and 98, Junee Run. Lots I to T, various portions, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Gwynne, on and near tho road from Merolebale to Junee, and ex tending at intervals from the western boun daries of travelling stock reserves Nos. 256 and 552 westerly about 2£ miles to the east ern boundary of W. A. Robertson's condi tional purchase No. 3, of 320 acres, and sur ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

T he Drapery £5 Bales Again ! CARRIAGE PAID BY MAIL. PLEASE OBSERVE. Tiie Prices named against the following list are for really first-class articles, which we can recommend. If required, we can supply much lower or highor 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 Lj&ta-and Samples. ForlalidieiK 15. yards beautiful I31iiJk Silk 15 yards Coloured Japftnsjj-SiQ^ior 20/ ? ? 12 yards Silk Lustre fiSfmcaMtv 13/ — ' 10 yards Persian Cord forJKibits for 1S?*~ 10 yards 'White Lace Muffin for (3/ 10 yards New Printed j#islin for 8/ 12 yards Fancy ColoiujRl Grenadine for 9/ A Lady's Print Cojjmne, complete, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fiscliu, 15/ Ladies' Chemises, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Night Dresses, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7/ Ladies' Petticoats, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

«®*(THE ORIGINAL 1 1 l®®' I THE BESTI i*2® KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO / PREPARED Made lofjAmerioro Indian Ctora, J — — — ''fUUK A V n J £-? A t\ T.T F » K Tl^Br Report of Bnrrfc. H. Hassall, London, 14th September, 1871. \-C T HAVE Subjected to Microscopical Examination and ?*? Chemical Analysis a sample of KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO PREPARED CORN, which has been luiown to me for many years. ' I find that it consists entirely of the grain of INDIAN CORN, is very PURE, and may be regarded chemically and dietetically as an ARROWROOT ; and taken in conjunc tion with Milk or Reef Tea, constitutes a valuable article of diet for infants and young children.' — Autiiuk H. Habsall, M.D., author of ' Food and its Adulterations,' 1 &o. ' ? The MOST DELICIOUS of all PREPARATIONS For Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, &c., as it takes the full flavour of every kind of seasoning. Full directions with each Packet. I Sole Wholesale Agents— M. MOSS AND CO., SYDNEY. THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. j) RE...

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MALPRACTICES IN CONNECTION WITH THE WOOL TRADE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

MALPRACTICES IN CONNECTION WITH THE WOOL TRADE IN SYDNEY. In May last a letter, which was forwarded to the lleralxl by Mr. Freinlin, a wool-scourer, of Botany, and an extensive buyer, stated that it was the custom of dealers to purchase wool at various sales, and when such wool was repacked, to offer it under various brands. Dealers would in ^packing, most unfairly mix this wool* and place it in the bales in such a manner that in ordinary | trade sampling the inferior qualities would ( not come to light. Worse than this, bales of wool catalogued say, as greasy fleece, would be pillared up the centre with locks and pieces worth not one-third of the wool they were surrounded by. Mr. Flemlin stated that there was not a single wool scourer in Sydney who had not experienced instances of this false packing. This letter was not published in the Herald as we thought the charges too sweeping, and likely to unfairly affect a- large trade, and injure the colony in the London market. Inquiries,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

Sale£ l-y Auction. ^ Postposemeiit of Sfile. THE auctionNsale of LQj&foN RAMS and HOMES adveridsQfl---to sale | yesterdav, is ^avoidably jfcstponed till THURSDAY, % MARCH/ 1 W. A. BYRNE, I Auctioneer. fcr^For Sale. krf ifirHgisE^OWER ENGINE, pecu HrSrlj^idajCed for saw-mill, everything complete. Ap vbf V. W. A. BYRNE, i Commission Agent, &c. MISS M'GUFFUM, Sfecioh&'wf tlie^ianG^m^o S Singing T]yjjfMS, ONEg(i0TOI$/ PEirUUAlVTER, or 7/- PER l^ii^yo^m, ad|| Agistment Paddocks. GOOD GR4ES and WATER. Horses, 2/ ; Cattlk 1/6 per head, weekly. / J. MILLER, YLittledalo, Cootamundra. DepaiSnent of Public Works, I Railway Branch, Symiey, 7th February, 1S78. To Ruimers and Others. TENDERS wiMbe received at this Office, until 11 oJplock on TUESDAY, otb Marah, from peyons wiling to contract for erawing Statioi«Buil-2rag^ Platform, Carri y^^oefes&nd mnrid? JfljfnThorinoriT' nt Junee, jafi-the Threat Sorroern Railway. Plan, specification, and form of tender may be s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

Thoy were what the world calls 'on- gaged,' and thoy were going to visit some of her relatives thirty miles distant. Two railroads ran to the home of the lattor, and the lovers wore undecided which one totako. 'There is a long dark tunnel on tho Q— road, isn't there P'^she innocently asked. He said there was. ' And none on tho B— line?' she further inquired.- Ho siiid thore was not. 'Then let us go by way of Q, ? road,' sho softly murmured. And they went. Hou.oway'b Piu-s.— Excellent KIIh.— The resources of medicine and clicmistry wore long and fruitlessly tried 1 before they yielded a remedy which could overcome dis orders of tho stomach and nerves till Professor Holloway discovered his purifying and tonic Pills. Thoy aro the ' safest and surest correctives of indigestion, heartburn, flatulency, .torpidity of the live, twitchings, nervous fancies, despondency, low spirits, and declining strength. ? Holloway's Pills supersede all irregular action in the I body, and so strengthen and...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mb. Ghaham Coulteu's report for week ending. Feb ruary 21 : —Since last week's report the arrivals of Maize and the unsettled state of tlie weather have had the effect of producing an unusually dull week. It is probable that the arrivals of the whole week have not exceeded 2)00 bags. The prices realised for that coming to hand i ange from 6/8 to li- per bushel for good qualities; inferior qualities have realised from --/- to 6/3, The marl- ct at present is quite bare, tho quotation being 7/- norr inal. An active inquiry exists for seed oats and Cape li rley ; tlie former lias been sold at 4/6 and the latter at frcm 4/8 to -1/10. In dairy produce, butter has been very dull, and an indication of a decline is apparent. Large lots - f in ferior remain on hand, and these lots will probably - ause a reduction in price. Prime is now selling at 1/.' ml trior at fvom 5d. to 8d. Cheese is plentiful, but a good deir and exists for country orders, the quality being compar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

TO THE AGRICULTURISTS Of Cootamimdia and District. HAYING 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, ^nd at prices to defy competition : — Ex ' Frank Marion' (now discharging), a large consignment of MEADOW PARK REAPERS AND MOWERS, PROM THE BEST MAKERS. Also, Self-dumping Horse-rakes, with seat for driver. 'ExKolga' (to arrive in a few days), a large consignment of the celebrated wrought iron TBUSSFBAME SO WIDELY KJSTOWN FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS as the MOST SUC CESSFUL HARVESTER in the l Dominion of Canada, both as a REAPER and MOWER. What we claim for the XSBZXa s 1. The improved Johnston self-delivery sheep 2. An everlasting -wrought iron frame. , 3. Fewer bolts and less liable to get out of repair. 4. Two separate cutting bars, one for reaping and one for mowing. 5. Steal shafting. 6. It is the stonge...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald Oifice, Monday. .DuiiiNG the past week tho weather, with tlie exception of ii n occiusionul shower, has boon line. Tho severe linat of «urnmer appears to be over, tlie atmosphere being mo.stly cool and pleasant. Should tl^n weather continue favourable for a time pasture will become plentiful : grass is rapidly springing up, and in many parts of tho surrounding district it has attained a good length. Mkhhrk. Qua Hi and Co. report that the sale of Mr titeuart's property (by order of the mortgagee) on Monday last was verv well attended, but that nronertv did not realise anticipations. Mussns. Sruo.NOiTHAKit and MACKK.vzrE report having trucked for Sydney 2-10i sheep on account of Messrs. Lcarmonth, Groongall (P. and S. agents). These sheep averaged over 12/, which is tho highest price obtained for Riverina sheep in the Sydney market. They have also trucked 310S on account of Thos. Elliott. New Wheat. — Large quantities of this season's crop havo been arriving in town...

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THE HORRORS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

THE HORRORS OF THE WAR. Those who havo a liking for war should read tho following description of it effects, as given by ono of tho spocial correspondents of the Times writing from Elona, the scat of tho war in the East : — We aro in Elona, and the sack of thoplaco is now in full swing. From tho window of the house in which I havo sought a few minutes of quite to jot down these notes, and ? v- i. ? i_..i ? ti. _ i ? ..l ? i - ji v. wniun ovunuoft.B i«uu u-ug umui wtiuoii oi inis little town, I see tho rum progressing fast. To give an idoa of tho scono in this stroet it needs to bo photographed in panorama and ? thus presented in its tmsemble. Wordpaint ing gives but a feeblo notion of it, becauso the simultaneity of tho incitlonts is lost. From the window alone no adequato no tion of the wild play _ that is going on can bo formed ; but I have just, ridon up and down the whole length of this highway, not ex pecting to find myself in such a pandemo nium, |but attracted to tho further ...

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GUNDAGAI RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

GUNDAGAI RAILWAY EXTENSION. Our, correspondent at Gundagai writes un der date 23rd instant : — ' Tho question of tho railway extonsiou to this placo is again agitating tho public mind, and this timo in real earnest. Pro limina.y stops aro being taken to tho imme diate holding of a monster public meeting, due notico of which will bo sproad abroad ; and it is expected that residents from all parts of tho district will attend. As yet the matter is in a nutshell; but the present opportunity is so favourable, and the agita tion this time is to bo so energetic and per sistent, that no such thing as again shelving tho matter will be put up with. What did the hon. the Legislative Assembly do with the three- thousand-signature petition pre sented some six or seven years ago ? Quory answers What ? It remains to be seen whether tho present agitation will so easily be calmed down by defeat. The railway will benefit Gundagai— will open up tho district — will advance the colony: lot us have it.' ...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

POLICE COURT. On the l-lth instant, before Mr. P. J. O'Don nell, J. P., Frank Ware, charged with em bezzlemeut at tho instigation of Mr. J. liibby, in whose employ he was, was re manded till the Kith, wken ho appeared before Mr. J. B. Hurley, J.P., and committed to tako his trial at the Yass Circuit Court. On the same day Thomas Smith, arrested by Senior-constablo Parker for larceny at Wagga Wagga, was remanded thence ; and there two or throe cases of drunkenness. Friday, 22nd Feb. Before Mr. W. Love, J.P. Mr. Frank Murphy, resident solicitor, was prosent, whom his Worship said ho had pleasuro in welcoming to tho court. James Allen, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, ploaded guilty, and was fined 20/. Josoph Abraham Davis, charged * with having deserted his licensed house at Stony Creek, failed to answer to the summons. Senior-constable Parker deposed : On the 14th instant he laid information against Josoph Abraham Davis for deserting his linnTicorl liniisn Irnnwn sis ...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 February 1878

(to the editor.) Sir, — I beg to call tho attention of the Vigi lance Committee through your journal to a serious matter affecting the rights of the townspeople. The fact of travelling sheep, or more pro perly speaking 'travelling cormorants' using as a right the population boundary or reserve for depasturing their flocks whilst, as they avowedly tell you, hanging about prior to dispatch per tram, privileged through our town maybe. In having so oxtensive a roserve as the population boundary it was never intendod as a place of pasturo for travelling sheep. It would bo well to see to this evil at once. Within the last week over elevon thousand sheep passed . through or hung about as above stated, and somo days previous several largo mobs, ban you tell mo, Mr. Editoi, are travelling sheep allowed to depasture and camp on the ; popu lation boundary ? ' Yours &c., PRO BONO PUBLICO.

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