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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. TUESDAY, 27TH. IN the Assembly: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 March 1877

PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. Tuesday', 27xir. Ix tho Assembly : Mr. J. fe. Smith presented a petition from certain residents of the Police District of Molong, praying that that district might be formed into a seperate electorate.' Mr. Farnell presented a petition from certain miners of Ilill End, and others, in favour of the Non-Liability Mining Com lmnins Bill. ? The petitions were received. . Mr.. Watson moved. — ' That there be laid upon the table of the House a return' giving the names of all Public schools on which a debt existed on the 20th April, 1875, arid' for which the- local boards or any local com mittee were liable, with the amount of the debt due on each such school respectively at the date named, and at the present time; and also the names of all Public schools, tlie local boards of which have been unable to collect, or have represented to the Coun cil of Education that they have been unable to collect, the full amount of the local quota re- aiired for the erection of school b...

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JUGIONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

? JUGIONG RACES, These races came off, as advertised, on; the | 1st instant, and were Tory poorly, attended — -it : was the worst meeting that over took place at Jiigiong. The following account of the' racing is given by the Gundagai-Times Maiden Plato of 5 sovs., for ail horses that hadjievor won an advertised prizo exceeding £5, two-year-olds excepted, weight for age, 1£ mile-: Mr. T. Lulf's Darbalara, 2 years, 1 ; .Mr. F. Goodwin's Stockman, 2 years, 2. Only the two horses came to the post for this event, which- was simply a common canter for Darbalara. _ ; The Publicans' Purse of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 10/- each, for all horses, to bo han dicapped by the stewards, 2 miles, one event, sweep. to go to second horse : This event was a walk over for Mr... Luff's Whalebone. - Hack Race of 4 sovs., for all hacks, 1 mile heats, weight 9st. : Mr. . . Osborne, s Cossack, 1,0,1;' Mr. Luff's Gleiicoo, 0, 1, 2; Mi;. Armstrong's Pilgriin, 2, 2,- 0. This was a splendid race, and made ,up a ...

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BURROWA RACES. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

. BURROWA RACES. . Thursday. . The following is the result of the Bui-rowa Turf Club Races;— ... ; Maiden Plate of 25 sovs. ; -1^ mile* Fairy, 1 ; Storm, 2. .. A protest was entered against Fairy ; but wo have 'not heard the result. Ladies' Purse (handicap) of 15 sovs. ; 1^ milo. . Bnnjo, 1 ; Stride,* 2. v ? i , Publicans' Purse (handicap) of 25 sovs. :; If mile. Premier, 1. _ I , Squatters'? Pursd of 10 sovs. ; 1 J . mile. Banjo, 1; Stride, 2. Good race. Jppkoy. Club Handieap of 40 guineas ; 2 miles- ' iPreiiiierj 1 ; Deserter, 2. Hurdle Race of 40 sovs. ; 2 miles. Jagler, 1.' '— Tol. to 'Goulburn ? Hcralcl. [ . ? ^

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [from the daily papers.] The Porto obj ects to . the demands made by Montenegro, which comprise a ces sion of territory and a seaport, : Eussia is still expectant ; and, pending an answer to her Circular to the other 'Powers, has issued a Ukase ordering the organization of nine army corps. ' , According to a Renter's telegram; the Porte maintains the confident attitude it assumed when the Conference was sit ting, and is to accept war in preference to a prolonged suspence. On tlie! other hand, Russia -'ejects the suggestion of a year's grace. Russia 'withdraws from the treaty of 1856, unless the otlier. Powers co-operato to obtain an acceptance, on the part of the Porte, .of the original programme of the Conference. In the Turkish 'budget estimates for the present year, the expenditure for the army is set down- at fourteen and a half ' . millions sterling ; and for the navy, at ten and three quarter millions sterling. ? ~ ? ?? — - Tumut.— Rowland Mansfie...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday, 11.50 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ('From our 'Telcf/mphic' Correspondent,) . Sydney, 'Wednesday, 11.50 a.m. The Government were.-, defeated last niglit on Taj^s^ motipn 'by a maj ority of tliree, tlie nnmljers be ing 31 to 28. Mr. Eobertson moyed tlie adjournment of the House till Friday. w ? Thursday, 8 p.111. ? Mr. Eobertson announced to tlie House liis Excellency's unwilling ness to dissolve iqijess tlie House would consent to grant , .supplies ; but- would dissolvck\if supplies Were granted.' . Tlie Premier moved tlie adjournmemt of tlie House, on wliich motion debate is* going on. Sydney, Monday, 7 p.m. ' The Ministerial statement on Fri day really meant that his Excel lency would grant a, dissolution if the House were willing to grant supplies. His Excellency's minute says if Mr. Eobertson has not overrated his ability and can obtain supply, he will grant a dissolution; but, if otherwise, then, of course, he reserves his right to reconsider the matter, as it would have the effect of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

THE clistanc - for the Maiden Plate is to be 0110 mi .0 and a quarter* weight' for ,l°0, ? ? .. W. A. BYRNE, . ..... Hon. Sec. ^ 'SPORTS if ^PORTS'! ! AtMetip Sports ! ! ST. PATRICK'S DAY, csxjusrp-isoixro-. THE Spotrs aclnrertised to . take place on Easter Monclay mil coine off on St. Patrick's Bay, J ? - mpAi ism.% 17th, instead^ Ysb ' fafipfet to clash, with, those in Cootamimdra;' r r: : (Cf* Liberal .prfgTanimc. ; - Y ^ SLATTEro' J ? Secretary. mr Notice. J./ WHEREAS) a report is ill oscillation that I am about to give up business, I beg to say thaw I have NO INTENTION of doing so at m-esont ; and while thanking the public for Jast favours, I hope for a continuance of fthe patronage so liberally bestowed on. rue. 1 \ Wit. FORBES, ... ? / Coptamundra. 12th March, lf/77. ftT jfel Reward. LOST, at Ditiyi's sale held at the Coota - mundra H*-toi 011 tho 1st day of July, 1876, one FIVli-POUND NOTE. _ The above rJward. will 'bo paid to any person deliveriifc the sauio to E. A. at Law...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

V. ' v 1^ .is vain, we suppose, to expect that political life in this colony will ever . . ? reach, that high, and noble condition de scribed by Macaulay, when ' none was ' for a party, but all were for tlie State,' —a state of perfection attained in the brave old - d^ys of Rome. For bur part, ? we do $hot;v tftaect to parties : what we object to is, that our colonial parties too often set a higher value on themselves ? and their political ' principles' than upon the affairs of the State ; and the present crisis is just another illustration of this state of things political in New South 'Wales. At last that ' fair stand up fight'f- which the Hon. J ohn Robert son has so' frequently challenged of late has beeaauly fought*. After suffering a number of cuffs and kicks from the ' smaller fry of the House, he has now had around with, the British Lion himself; and, to adopt the classic phraseology of -the Hon. John, he has been fairly 'licked into a cocked-hat.' Mr;-, Parkes a short time ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

: Hollo way's OinI'Ment ak.d Pills'.— A cure for Abcesses, Piles, Fistula, and sores of every description.— The very satisfactory results arising from the use of this invalua- , ble Ointment, when the ' patients have been suft'ering from any of the above disorders, have induced tho Medical Profession to intro duce it into' tho hospitals and tlieir private, practice, arid in many instances where, the siiffererwlts considered incurable, Hollo way's Ointment in conj unction with his Pills has healed the most desperate cases. These me flicines are also unequalled for the cure of scrofula, scurvy, and all diseases of the slcin, and the cures they effect a,re not temporary or imperfect, for their purifying powers bring about a marvelous and most bonefi- . cial change in the whole system, and enable it, with reriovated powers, to resist future attacks of the same disease. A modest young 'lady at table, desiring the leg of a chicken, said, ' I?ll take the part which ought to be dressed in d...

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POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY, 9TH MARCH. BEFORE Mr. J. B. Hurley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

I POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. Embay, Otil March. , Before Mr. J. B. Hurley, J.P. George Holland, charged with larcony, re manded at last sitting, was aga in brought up and further remanded for eight days. Timothy O'Brien, for whose arrest a war rant had been issued at tho previous court, was charged with disobeying a summons for using obsocno language ; and fined £'1 and costs, 7/4. ? Monday, 12th Maiictl. Same Magistrate. Cornelius Daly, arrested by Seniorcon stable Parker at Oungegong for cruelty to an animal, having stabbed his mare, sho being griped, and afterwards cut her throat, was fined £'S.

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. JDOWJS' TRAILS LEAVE Sydney daily (Siinday excepted) at 10 a.in. and o*2p p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, , 10'S4 , a.m., , and 5*58 p.m. ; fares, 2/- aind 1/4; , Fairfield, 18 miles, 10*48 and 6*11 ; 2/9 and Vio , . s Livei'pool, 22 miles, 11*3 and ,3/8 and 2/5 : ,; , ,7. ? ./ ' . ' ;: . Campbelitown, 34 miles, 11*40 and 7jQ ; ' ,6/9 ? and 4/5 . / . ' . / _ Menangle, 40 miles, 11 toG and 7*1(5 ) 8/6 and. .. ,5/6 ? ,. ,,, ,, I j : Picton, 53 miles, 6*40, p.m. and 7*58 ; 12/' and. 7/6 . .. ?' , Mittagong, .77 miles, 2*10 and 9^25 * ,19/6 and, 13/6 !f;:; , -V.:;. ? Bowial, 80 miles, 2; 18 and 9*33;. 20/6 iiihd 14/6 ! ; Moss Vale, 86 ! miles, 2*35 and 9*50 ; ? 22/3 j and 15/9. V i:.- ' Marulan, 114 miles, 3*45 and 10*56 ; 31/ and 22/9 '?! ; ' Goulbm-n, 134 miles, 4:40 and li'55 ; 37/3 ^ and 27/9 . ., . . , : Bredalbane,. 149, miles, 5*35 and ,0',36'a.ifi, 41/3 and 30/6 . , Gunning, 165 miles, 6*48 and 1*11 ; . 4*5/3 and 33/ . ; :: . ; Yass, 187 miles,, 8*25 and ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

? ? ? LOCAL ? INTELLIGENCE. Correction . — In the (.hindaga-i Times , 9th instant, it is stated that F. C. Hawkins, Cootamundra Hotel, was at tho lust sitting of the Cootamundra Court, fined 40/- for allowing the salo of drinks and disorderly conduct in his house on Sunday. This-' is 'a mistake calculated to do injury to a re spectable publican. The case was dismissed, as the charge was not proved.' - We .feel sure our contemporary will be willing to make this correction. . The Race 110 gea^ i m e » — Tliroiig'li mi inadvertence, the distance in the maiden plate was omitted from the programme. It will be seen that it i^ one mile and a quar ter, weight for ago; \The following flatter- * mg notice is^giyen By the Wagga Advertiser : — ' The' annc/tmeement from the Cootamun dra Turf Club, to be found elsewhere, is another proof to us of the rapidly growing importance of this spirited little township. Here we have a programme of a day's racing for the 5th of April next that would do cred...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

POSTAL TIME-TABLE. /. ARRIVES FROM ' ' ?, ' 1 Muriiunburrah. and Wallendbeen--r-S\mday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12 noon: Wagga and Cudgegong— -Sunday; , Tuesday, and Tliursday at 9*45 a.ni; - Muttama Reef — Sunday and Thursday at 7*530 p.m. v: Temora— Wodnesday, 8, and Friday, 7 p.m. !' ? . , ''' leaves for' ; ' ' . MuiTUinburrah and 'VVallendboon— -Sunday, , - : Tuesday, and Tliursday at lO'lS a.in. , Wagga and Gungogong— Sunday, Tuesday, . and, Friday at 12*30 p.m. . Muttama Boot' — Monday. -and Friday, at 4 ? ? ?' a.m.- ?- ' . ?; Temora— jWedncsday and Friday, 6, a.m. ; Letters, &c., intended jfor despatch hy any of the aboye inails must be posted .in tho letter-receiver half an hour previous to,time, of : departure^ excepting for those, , mails that are despatched before 6 a.m., which must be posted beforo 9 o'clock tho previous night.

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POETRY. THE ANOMALIES OF THE ENGISH LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

POETRY. THE ANOMALIES OF THE ENGISH LANGUAGE. From an amusing volume of poems by Mr. Fisher Simpson, entitled ' Mirth, Manners, Maxims, and Men,' we extract' tho follow . mg clever piece on the difficulties and imomalios of tho English language : — I'm one of those young urchins whom You've often seen about, For whom the School Board officers ' Are on the sharp look out. ; I used to roam away from homo All day, and play the fool ; But, 'tis a fact, the recent Act . Has, driven me to school. Chorus. Moods and tenses worry my senses, Adverbs, verbs, and nouns as well ; They only vex me and perplex me ; Eight froin wrong I ne'er can tell. I learn to speak correctly now, Or hope to do in timo ; But in the grammar I can seo No reason, rule, or ryhmo. For rules give place in many a case To some exception queer ; And many a word is made absurd, If you to rules adhere. Thus if you catch a cold, you say That you a cold have caught; But if a person you have scratclicd , V You never say you sc...

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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE BULGARIAN ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

MIR,' ; GLADSTONE ON THE BUL , ,. .GARIAN: ATROCITIES. tjie , 2 7 tli j J auuaiy ; ibtLe' Eight ilon.r W.. E. Gladstone, ileliyered an ^djtu;ess a;t ^auntpn ,oni the 13^ul (gariaii( atrocities, {'low^Lg: 'is,, a^^extj.^ ,i~' ' ; ; , Mr. Grladstoiie said, w§ Qiigli^, ito ^piLQ,cl ,o]ar , biismess, and; ^hiy ^e, , ^honId mind ^e pastern ' ques tion/is, because we h^ chosen - to make it ,ojir. p^ii qiiesfion. . i it was inacje , oiu; ? business ' imcler t cirpnin stances. wjiicli no .^^e^^ted' ^nglisliinan .would ; disowp. da^s. ?I| hayp : had, ' the jh^iip^ pf, }£i;lpjtter from-3di\ Sciiuy lei*J j^ITnitei ' States ,/^ecretar^ r of-' Xegaiiq^L jand Gonsul-Geii^ ; at ^o^t^ti^op^,;,^ ^ in whicli hq ; says lie ; ,a]bQut to. mate : a further re porjt-;on Mthe, , trials and. exeputi^ns in tHe Stajte oi E^garia, T thrjik yp(u , will find. vin. .ii afexmclant ' Jcon- fii'mation- of the remarks lit . which Sejim Effendi took offence. , I quote this becaiiise^ ^ who wish, to liill the people of...

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DISTRICT NEWS. GOULBURN. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

DISTEICT NEWS. GOULBURN. - (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) . V , March 7 . Cricket. — Two matches were played m Goulburn on .Saturday Feb. 24. The , Goul inxrn y. Collector tussle came off in the Victoria . Recreation-Ground, resulting as i follows Goulburn, 120 ; Collector; 72 ; deficiency, 48. The second, match alluded to was that botweon the Sons of Temperance and the Caxtons, which was played oil a piece of Ground opposite Day's cottages to the north of Goulburn; ana tne louowmg are tho scores -.—Sons of Temperance, 101; Caxtons 98 ; deficiency 3., „ Throe matches wore played m Goulburn last Saturday, 3rd instant. Ono was played on the Victoria Recreation-Ground, and was between tho Golden Boot Club and the Goulburn Club Second Eleven, and was won by tho ' leather', representatives with four .wickets to fall, and five runs to spare the scores being— Golden Boot, -5; Second Eleven, 70. Another match was played in Brooks's paddock, and was between the Goulburn , and Gunning Public Schoo...

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LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

i;i'LMD 'SAtES;' /v'iM ! AT' THi^rPOLiCE OFFICE, ' YOtJ^i^, ' '? ' 1 ?' ? ' V it) Wednesday,; Vlth' uij'tHU : H i *'? .CpiUKTKXjLOTS,;';' ,- hj'v.i n'lf'-r liot A, portion 135, 64 acres, c. Monteagle, p. Murringo North, adjoining the eastern ' boundary of William , Crowe's conditional purchase No. 76 of 170 acres? and. the north ern ' boundaiy Of water-reservp No.' 226. -MurringP run. Upset price, £1 per acre.) Lot B„ portion 36, 50 acres; c. Monteagle, p. BuiTangong, on right bank of M 'Henry's Creek, and Opposite Thomas O'Malley's con .(litiOnal jmrchase No. 915 of 120 acres, parish of Young, Upset price, £'53 per lot. . ' £ot' C, porti6h :124, 160 acres, o. Efarden, p. Wallendoon, on the road from Bland to .I^urrunibuiTah, a,nd lying between the west ern boundary Of W. Price's conditional pur chase No. 123 of 200 acres,1 and the 'eastern boundary , . of. J. - Dunneff 's conditional pur chase N'o. 125 of 80 acres. Upspt price, £'3i0.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, MARCH. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, March. 25. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. Cootamundra, 11 a.m.; 7*30 p.m.— Bey. W. Cocks. Service at Wallendbeen at 3*30 p.m. .011 the Sunday wlien Rev. W. Cocks holds ser vice at Murrumburrah .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. THE above Ba»k /has OPENED A BRANCH aWC^tamundra for the transaction of all /miking business. AGENCIES tto^ftorft tlio world. The Branch is under tho management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. ' SOrCKE'S . . DETERGENT SPECIFIC, on llorse and €attlc Ointment, Is the only reliable remedy for Sitfasts, Fistulas, Saddle4flid/ Grirtli Galls, &c.? rpHIS preparation, though recently intro I dnced to public notice,' is rapidly taking precedence to all others of the kind ; and is without doubt the most speedy, safe, and effectual remedy for all old suppurating and offensive sores upon horses, cattle, sheep, or dogs. Testimonials aro frequently received, and may bo seen upon application to the proprie tor. FRANK MOORE, ciacBaycisT & zdirttgj-g-isT;, Cootamundra. PRICE, . 2/- PER POT. DR. T. G. I VI MY, L.A.C.L., M.R.C.S.,^and L.M.B.S., (A legally Qualified MSui/ajt practitioner, ) MAY be consiilted/DAILT at the Star Hotel, Cootanmnx...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. ? V\ Sunday, March 25. Cootamundra, 7*30 p.m. — Rov. Mr. Smitli. , COOTA^^^ERALD. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1877.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, March 25. Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. R. Glasson. / Jinderlee, 3 p.m.— Ditto. Cootamundra, 7 p.m. — Ditto.

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