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

(ukITHE ORIGINAL I) ^ i THE BEST I 1'®® KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO ' . ... PEEPAEED Hade of America s* ? ? PUHK AND UNAMUI/rEItATEn^^ ? TyT JK«port of Dr. A. 3. Hassali,, // _/ ! *' LoiIWi, 14tli September, 1S74. i I jHAVE subjected to Microscopical Examination and ClremicaljAnalysis a sample of KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO^irEl'ARKD CORN, wliicli has beenknown to iwlind that it consists enth'ely of the grain of INDIAN ^ORN, is very PURE, and may be regarded chemically and ^aietetically as an ARROWROOT ; and token in conjunc tion with Milk or Beef Tea, constitutes a valuable article of diet for infants and young children.' — Annum H. Hassall, M.D., author of ' Pood and its Adulterations,' &c. ' ?' - — — — j The MOST DELICIOUS of all PREPARATIONS | For Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, &c., as it takes the full flavour of every kind of seasoning. RSI53 Eull directions witli each packet. Sole Wholesale Agents— M. MOSS AND CO., SYDNEY. THE. LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. REDUCE D PRICE LIST. ...

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

Ho t jLow ay's Ointmrnt ani- Pii.i.s. — Bad Legs. — When from injury, feeblo circulation, foul blood, or neglected chill, inflammation, succeeded by ulceration, has attacked the lower limbs, the sufferer mav turn for a cure, without fear of disappointment, to Holloway's celebrated Oint ment, whose fame for Buch disorders has resounded throughout tho habitable plobe, and testimonials in all languages have been received universally praising this celebrated ointment. In all old cases, Holloway's pills should bo taken while his unguont is used j both together are most effective, and the cure is accomplished painlessly and readily. Under thoir joint curative influence tho worst wounds or ulcere assume a more healthy character, and shortly begin to fill up or contract and soundly heal. granImx)ncebt ' AND OnJFEUSDAY, MARCH ? Axl the Qhurch of E^imid * cfletflroojn. Proceeds Atol.go to Window Fund jA the , -5;New Church. ^ j T^BNpr6graiMmo will bp^u^ktliractive : f on6, and|\ some ifppi^ci...

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GUNDAGAI. Friday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

GUNDAGAI. (from our CORRESPONDENT. 1 I Friday. March 1. I We have had a continuation of very favor able woatlior, and a8 a result naturo has al tered its appearance wonderfully. With the exception of a few showers, tho past fort night has been fine. The sun's tempered rays (seldom oxcessivo now) hove acted as a charm on animate nature. I am pleased to say tho agitation for tho extension of the railway to Gundagai has at last resolved itself into something definite — that what was everybody's business some time ago is now more narrowly limited to tho o Vnttr m\ oa -P^it nn a n «. KJ HQAJ-lVJOtJ \J J. Ci Iv YV gUUUlUlJJ.C7.Ll, QW JLtii tlQ UiAC? ClI ' rangements for a public meeting advertised to be held on the 27th instajnt are concerned. As a preliminary meeting hurriedly called to gether, the assembly of twenty persons at Morton's Hotel on Monday evening last must be pronounced extraordinary ; but I hasten to say that the occasion was one worthy of tho unusual interest manifested ;...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

(to the editor.) Sir, — Not very long ago a well-known Baptist minister left his vocation for a re sponsible and more lucrative position on tho staff of tho Sydney Herald and Echo. Sub sequently he became an M.L.A and obtained a free railway pass. He visited Cootamun dra on his way to and from Melbourno and your town was scandalized in the lettor signed ' Respubliea.' Shortly after this gentleman assumod his journalistic duties the proceedings of tho WT n 4-r\'n riAnii^ nv\r1 nv* /vi rl r\*n A-P 4. VUUV VVlU U) (iUU XUO iUUXUOUUO WA miseries and crime, were summarised and coloured in terms of flippant humour quite out of keeping with an important journal, whose aim should rather be to ' make vice hideous.' These scenes and charges were narrated in feeble attempt to imitate the old London Weekly Dispatch in its worst days, when its object was to write itself into favour by pandering to the propensities of the mul titude who do evil. Such pernicious reports have ceased, probably atten...

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

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mb. Graham Coin/rmt's report for week ending Feb? ruary 28 Sincc my last week's report the business of the Produce Market lias been rather quiet. The arrivals of Maize have been very limited, the quality in most cases deing very poor. Tho prices realised show no alteration on last week's rates. The demand is hardly so good, but there is no appearance of a decline at present. Oats have realised in large lots as high as 4/- to 4/3. Cape Barley is much wanted for seed, and 5/- has been given for sundry lots. In Dairy Produce, prime Butter is rather firmer, and tho quality has much improved. Large quantities of inferior still remain on hand, for which there is no outlet at present. Several lots of imported are in the market, ' but tho quality quite unfit for sale here. Large arrivals of Cheese are to be noted this week, and a consequent re duction in value — present quotations, 4d. to 7d. Potatoes and Onions are much lower, £7 10s. being highest quota tion for the...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Is the 'weather there has been a monotonous sameness during the niist week— fine and genial, without any sign of rain. The late rains appear to have exercised a bene ficial influence on business. The auctioneers especially have been enlivened ; aiul transactions in business gene rally have been a little brisker than for some time past. The traffic in sheep and cattle between here and Home bush still continues lively, and good prices arc being obtained. The cattle-yards of Cootamundra aiford the best facilities for trucking, and should induce holders to ' ship' at this port. Locally, there has also occurred a stir in the lior.se market ; and it -will be seen that a large sale of draught and saddle horses is -advertised for the 23rd instant. In the producc market, potatoes have been ranging at a high figure— -18/- per cwt., but have now fallen to about 9/- to 10/. But is very scarce, and what does come to market is of a mcst inferior quality. In Sydn...

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THE NEW POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

THE NEW POPE. C'AiipiTfAXi Priest Gioachino (Joachim) Pecci, Archbishop of Perugia, Italy, has been elected successor to Pope Pius IX. The new Pope has taken the title of Leo XIII. He is now 68 years of age, having been born in 1810 ; and is a native of Rome. He has been 25 years a cardinal, having been created and proclaimed a Prince of the Church by his predecessor in 1853. Leo XIII. is a man of blameless character, sincerely reli gious, well versed in church matters, pru dent, and of moderate opinions. He was Camerlingo (that is, having charge of the Vatican during the illness of his predecessor), and much beloved by the Pope. The Syd ney Herald writes : — The newly-elected Pope is a native of Carpineto of Agnani, of the title of San Crisogono. He was created Cardinal in 1853 by the late Pope Pius IX., being at the time Archbishop, and after wards Bishop 01 rerugia. The dignity, it may be mentioned, in these two offices is the same, but it may happen by force of cir cumstances th...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From, our Telegraphic Correspondent.) Saturday. Iir the cricket . match Australian Eleven v. Combined Fifteen,. the Fifteen .in their first innings scored 78, only four of them (Baker, Pojvell, Woolf, and Tindall) obtaining double figures. Monday, 12.56 p.m. In the first innings of the Eleven the fol lowing was the result of the play : — A.. Ban-.' nerman, run out, 45 ; C. Bannerman, caught; Thompson, bowled Tindall, 7 ; Horah, bowled Evans, Spofforth, caught M'Donnell, bowled. Evans, 38; Boyle, caught and bowled Evans, 0; Bailey, caught M'Donnell, bowled Evans, 24 ; Murdoch, caught Powell, bowled Tindall,. 1; Garrett, caught Powell, bowled Tindall, 3 ; Blackham, caught Powell, bowled Tindall, 0; Gregory, not out, 1 ; Allan, bowled Tindall, 0 ; leg-byes, 2: total, 125. Combined Fifteen second innings, three out for 66. Mr. Thomas Garrett sailed for England on Saturday. * Mr. CWibeshas addressed his Orange con stituents, and they were almost unanimously in ...

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

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows: — % Cootamundra R.S. 6.30 a.m. Bethungra ? 8.15 p.m. ;i . „ P.O. 5.45 a.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 ! j ; 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 Railway-station at 7 p.m. i ' Temora Mail. ?| Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora s at 5 p.m. - i i Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m, ; arrives at Coota : mundra at 6 p.m.

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NOTES ON ORCHARD AND GARDEN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

NOTES 0N-: ORCHARD AND GARDEN WORK. f American Aqr kulturist. ) In whatever occupation one may be en gaged, he is more ready at the beginning of a year, than at any other time, to look forward' and lay plans for the future, and also to receive the suggestions of others. It is a good place here, at the beginning of the year, to answer numerous letters that have been written, and to anticipate others that no doubt are in contemplation, in reference to horticulture as a business. The horti cultural novels of a few years ago, of which '10 Acjces Enough' was the forerunner and the type, have done a world of harm, by conveying the idea that one, brought from the city life, or to some mechanical trade, i can, with great ease, drop into the cultiva tion of fruits, vegetables, or flowers, and at once reap largo profits in the eas^dst and pleasantest manner possible. S.ucn teach ings are wrong, because they are false. If there is any money to bo made out of culti- 1 vating the earth, whethor ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

We have always hesitated to express any opinions as to the usefulness or otherwise of that member of our Legislature whom some people call the selectors' friend : we mean - Mr. John M'Elhone. At one time we have thought him to be a sin cere advocate for fair play as between man and man, and an unswerving hater of all that was evil in the body politic ; and at other times, that he was a huge imrkAO+AW IiiwoaI-P *YX7' *?*?£ T» ?! uluiiouJhL( rr u j uugc ui juilil from his conduct in the House, and his last performance without doubt stamps him, as a public man, as one of the very worst type of vulgarity and scoundrelism, whose friendship, we believe, no respect able ;body in the country would claim. On. Thursday he moved the adjournment of the House in order to air some griev ances, and referring to a rumour he had heard that -the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Fitzpatrick, had alluded to him as not being a respectable member, he launched out into the' most ' unmanly and brutal' abuse of that...

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

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. The following table shows at a glance the times of de i parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged ? ? LEAVES ? i . P.M. ' A.M. Cootamundra ? ? ? ; ? 7 45 6 0 j ; ' 'Wallendbeen* ? 12 miles 8 13 .6 28 8/- 2/ i Murrumburrah ? 25 8 40 7 6 6/3 4/2- ; Cunningar* ? 28 8 68 7 13 7/- 4/8 Galong* ? 37 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/3 Binalong ? 46 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/6 . ; Bowning ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 ; Yara ? . 66 1043 9 0 16/6 11/- Quxming ? 88 11 50 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. It. f. Goulburn ? 134 miles 4 23 1165 37/6 27/9 ? Churning ? 165 5 50 1 20 45/3 33/- ' Y&ss ? 187 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 ' Bowning ? 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/- ' Binaloiig ? ? 208 7 44 3 14 55/- 39/6 I' Galong*.... ? 216 8 4 3 34 55/9 40/- i j Cunningar* 225 9 29 3 59 57/- 40/9 ?? - Murrumburrah ? 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- ;; Wallendbeen* ? 241 9 16 4 42...

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

MURRU0IDGE TURF OLUB. AUTUMN MEETING 1(878, TO I3E HELD AT WAGGA WAGGA,:., . WEDNESDAY iiul TIUItSl-AV, 3rd and 4 m April , 1878. Patron : His Excellency 4ir Hercules Robinson, K.X^.M.G. FIRST DAY. — Wednesday,' April 3.' MAIDEN PLATTE, a sweepstakes' of 2 sovs. each, yfth 40. soys, added, for all maiden hopes, including mnners of two-year-olc/ stakes, such winners — once, 5lb. ; twice or more, 71b extra; the winner of an y race after the day of entrance to carry 51b. extra ; of two or more, 71b. eslfcra; the second horse to save his stalA. Nominations, accom panied with /sov. to be made to the secretary uy to the time of general entry. 1£ Inile. (Two-year-olds can run.) I Selling Staki* of 20 sovs. ; weight for age ; 1£ mileV the winner to be sold by auction for £15 ; if entered to be sold for £10, allowel 71b. ; if for £5, 141b. The Autumn Hamdicap, a sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each M- starters, with GO sovs. added; 1£ nile; the second horse to j receive 10 sols, out of tlje stakes. T...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. (jfjFrom the Daily Papers.] Tiownow. Feb. 22. Russia demands a portion of the Turkish fleet. The Porte refuses to accede to the demand, saying she would prefer to destroy it. The peaco conditions have not yet been signed. If they are further delayed a Rus sian occupation of Constantinople is ex pected. The Turks have evacuated Erzeroum. ? Feb. 23. The treaty oi peace will be concluded to morrow. v Russia has withdrawn her demand for a portion of the Turkish fleet, on the Porte undertaking not to cede the 'same to Great Britain. Feb. 25. The new peace conditions are said to in clude the occupation of Bulgaria for two years by 50,000 Russian troops, and the payment of an indemnity of forty millions sterling. A monster anti-Russian meeting has been held in* Hyde Park. Austria is raising a special war vote. Sir Bartle Frere has dismissed the Mol teno Ministry. Fresh peace conditions have been de manded by Russia, they include the prohi bition of the passage of the Dardane...

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

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. j , Established 1869. * K Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. T\nfflCTORS Tlie Hon. S. D. Gordon, 1 / ILiC.CU Chairman , G. W. AlTo^flj^alL Jtf.D. ; Wfohn TJavies, Esq., 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 ME. W. A. BYRNE, agent for Cootamundra. By order of the Board,* J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary ' 'Ib there no hope?' the sick man said; - The silent doctor Bhook his head. . 'While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ' ' JEgroto dum animas est, spes est.' DR. L. L T SMITH, (The only legally qualified medical man Ad vertising) consults On all affections of th6 Nervous system (no matter 1 from what cause arising) , On all Broken-down Constitutions On...

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COURTS OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

COTJBTS OF INQUIRY. Cootamundra, Court-house, Tuesday, 19th March Gundagai, Court-house, Saturday, 80th March.

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CABLE NEWS. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

CABLE NEWS, London, March 3. At the colonial wool sales prices were well sustained at opening rates. Four divisions of the Russian army reserve have been called out for active servico. ' The London Times announces that the Porto has ordered tho Govornor of Dardan elles to prevent the further passage of war ships. V ^ 'jt'Jie New York Herald states that Russian^ war ships fe&ye arrived at San Francisco. - v

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

TO THE AGRICULTURISTS Of Cootamundia and District. HAVING established myself in Sydney, I beg- to inform those interested that I will keep constantly on hand a LARGE SUPPLY of tho following lines of Canadian Manufacture. All goods imported by me will beiof 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 MAKERS. 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 TBUSS SO WIDELY KNOW FOR THE LAST TI-IBEE YEARS as the MOST SUC CESSFUL HARVESTER in the Dominion of Canada, both as a REAPER and MOWER. What we claim for the XZKXa = 1. The improved Johnston self-delivery sheep rake. 2. An everlasting wrought iron frame. 3. Fewer holts and less liable to get out of repair. 4. Two separate cutting bane, one for reaping sad one for mowing. 5. Steal shafting. 6. It is the stongest a...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

BELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. CnuBOU of EsatiAxn Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Weblevan AVallendbeen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. G. Thompson. CTOTABMM^HEIiALD. TUESDAY, MABCH 5, 1878.

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POETRY. GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

* '*?- * POETRY. GOOD-BYE. 'TwAsbijUji^eas called ia fathe^ to travol bytfce rail— His ej^wa^j&lm, his hand .was fljjn, although his cheek ? ?wa^palejj ' ' Hp toot flip Jittle boy and girl, and set them on his knee, Aid their mother hung about his neck, and her tears flowed fast and free. 'I am going by the rail, my dears — Eliza, love, don't ay ; Now ki88 me both before I leave, and wish papa good-bye. I hope I shall be back again thiB afternoon to tea, And then, I hope, alive and well that your papa you'll see M I am going by the rail, my dears, where the engines pxiff and hiss; And ten toone the chances are that something goes auiiss, Anft' m an instant quick as thought — before you could cry 'Ah y , An accident occurs, and ? say good-bye to your papa ! « Sometimes from scandalous neglect, my dears, the sleepers sink, And .then you have the carriages upset, as you may think. He progress of the train sometimes a truck or coal-box checks,- . And there *s a. risk for poop pa...

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