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

THE CITY BANK, SYMEY. THE above Bank has OPENED A E^K^MH at Cootamundi^ fojf the tranap^Tifl^^di all jhsehU. bankin^KvwifJ^s. AGENCIES throughout thrfworlcU ^ The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, e30th January , J 8 7 7 . DR. T. G. IVIMY, MLJLQ.L., M.E.O.S., and LM&.&Z (A Qualilrerriledical AY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitliarm & Mackenzie, ? STOCK, STATION, ? AND OOIMEIMIISSIOIISr AG-ENTS, COOTAMUNDRA. MR. JOHN RUSSELL, ^ SOLICITOB, &c., * Burrow a-steeet, Young, Attends Cootamundra every Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, MMJWC.M. (UNIV. EDIN.), (i\J^gOT^qualificd Medical Practitioner), A*^BE CONSULTED by patients at their private residences or at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. y / COOTAMUNDRA. MR. FRANK MURPHY, SOLICITOR, &o. TO BE CONSULTED at the ALBION HOTEL. 0^ Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY COURT DAY. Sign-writer, Mouse-Fainter, and f j Decorator, f/^/paperhanger an...

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DISTRESSING SUICIDE NEAR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

DISTRESSING SUICIDE NEAR GOUL BURN. ( Goulburn Herald. ) On Thursday the coroner, Mr. Betts, held an inquest at Kerrawary, Arthursleigh, near Goulburn, on the body of Mrs. Lydia Loseby, aged twenty-four, wife of Mr. Thos. Richard Loseby, grazier. Maria Bain, aged thirteen, deposed that she had been living with Mrs. Loseby. On Tuesday deceased said she felt faint, and went and lay down. She had a fit. Got better for a little, and told witness to take the children (aged six months and three years respectively) to witness's mother, and tri tell her mother to come down quickly, that she had taken strychnine. Told witness to take care of the baby, and then bade the children good-bye, and kissed them. Showed witness a letter' for Mr. Loseby, and gave her a razor- case contain ing two razors, which she said she did not now want. Witness then went to her pa rents with the children. Both her parents were out, but her grandfather and grand mother went to deceased's. Mr. Loseby went to Marulan...

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DIPHTHERIA—WHAT TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 March 1878

DIPHTHERIA—' WHAT TO DO. BEUE.VING that much of what is called domestic medicine — frequent and ill-advised dosing—to do much more harm than good, the American Agriculturist has, as a general rule, kept its columns free from many re cipes sent as ' the best thing in the world,' and , ' sure cures' for, various diseases. 'While we are opposed to frequent medication foivevery little sailing, we think that every mother should understand the general laws of health, and sumcient of diseases to know when it is safe .for her to apply some simple ? remedy, and When the case, is sufficiently grave to' make it necessary, to call in medical aid at once* In many cases the success of the physician depends upon his being called at once, while it is too often the case that he is nipt sent for .until all the medical know ledge of the parents and neighbours is ' exhausted, and thp patient still grows worse. Thpre is no disease in which immediate aid isfinore imperatively demanded than diph theria, w...

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RESERVES. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

RESERVES. Laciilan District. Water Supply : No. 417 westerly extension, c. of Bland, p. of Brymur, 984 acres, commencing at the south-west corner of reserve 417, as notified 29th June, 1869; and bounded thence on the south by a line partly forming the north boundary of portions 23 and 21, p. Brymur, bearing west one mile 43 chains ; thence on s the west by a line bearing north 80 chains to tho south-west corner of portion 19 of 320 acres of said parish ; thence on the north by | aline forming partly the south boundary of portions 19, 20, and Lewington's conditional $ purchase, portion one of 640 acres of the K aforesaid parish bearing east 1 mile 43 chains to the north-west , corner of reserve 417 aforesaid,; and thence on the east by the | boundary of that reserve bearing south 80 [ ' chains, to tho point ^ of ' commencemont, j forms part of West Bland run. | No. 1047 east extension, c. Bland, p. Bry imur, about 741 acres, commencing at the north-east corner of water reserve 1049, ...

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AT NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

AT NARRANDERA. On Wednesday , 27 th March . Suburban-- L6ts' : ' t ' ' ' ; ' - ~ Lots A, B, C, D, E, and G, allotments, 1, 2, 4, (5, 7, 7, sections 27, 28, and 29, 2a 2r cach, prico £3 oach; also, lot F, allotment 1, section 29, la, prico £4, c. Coopor, p. Narranderay in tho town of Narrandera.

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

AT BURROWA. On Wednesday , 21th March. Country Lots: Lot A, portion 73, -40a, c. Harden, p. Mvloro, on . the right bank of the Jugiong Crook and adjoining tho western boundary of portion No. 74 of 97 acres. Lot B, portion 275, 40a, c. Harden p. Nurnng, adjoining the western boundary of D. Woodbridge's conditional purchaso 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, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday, '11 ih March. Country . Lots : Lots A to D, portions 77, 78, 79, and 85, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Maror, ox tending from tho western boundaries of Hammond and Johnson's portions Nos. 27 and 28 westorly about If mile, and adjoining and noar tho southern and oastern and ad jacent to the westorn boundaries of Sarah Turnor's conditional purchase No. 84, Junoo Run. Lots E to II, portions 95 to 99, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Maror, adjoining and near tho westorn boundaries of Hammond and Johnson's portions Nos. 26, 50, and 51, and M. Corny n's conditional purchases Nos. 49 and 98, Junoo Run. Lots I to T, various portions, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Gwynno, on and near the 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 purchaso No. 3, of 320 acres, and su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

The Drapery -£5 Bales Again: CARRIAGE PAID BY MAIL. PLEASE OBSERVE. 'The Prices named against tho following list aro for really first-class articles, which wo can recommend. If roquirod, w.o can supply much lowor or higher prico goods. Any numbor of yards may bo had of theso goods. All parcols packed socuroly in can vas, and delivered freo of charge every where. Please send for Price Lists and Samples. For Ladies. 15 yawls beautiful Black Silk for. 60/ 15 yards Coloured Japanso Silk for 20/ 12 yards Silk Lustre Alpaca for 13/ v 10 yards Persian Cord for Habits fx 18/ jr 10 yawls White Lace Muslin foyfy f 10 yards New Printed Muslin filr 8/ ? ? 12 yards Fancy Coloured Gi^mdmf^or 9/ A Lady's Print Costume, ^rorapleCo, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fischti, 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 cnlico, 4/, 5/, f-/, 7/', 8/ L...

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THE NEW ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

TI-IE NEW ELECTORAL BILL. The following is 'a copy of the Amending Electoral Bill laid on the table of the House by the Hon. Colonial Secretary : — 41 Victoria^ 1878 — A Bill to Amend the ' ' Electoral Act of 1858' and to increase ? v number of members for certain Electoral Districts. Whereas it is expedient that certain Elec toral districts should return additional mem bers to represent them in the Legislative Assembly : Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Maj esty by and with the advice -and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled and by the authority of same as follows : — 1 . The third section of the Electoral Act of 1858 is hereby repealed and the Legisla tive Assembly shall consist of ninety-six members. 2. The electoral district of the Bogan shall return three members and the electoral dis trict of Sydney east and the electoral district of the Lachlan shall each return two mem bers to serve in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

fsrEjfc ( TH E ORIGINAL lt:«» J* \ THE BEST I- -?4*^®® KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO . | . PREPARED CORN, Made of American Indian Corn, l'lJKE AND UNADULTERATED. Report of Dr. A.H, Hassali*, London, 14th September, 1874. ^ UT HAVE subjected to Microscopical Examination and f Is' Chemical Analysis a sample of KINGSFORD'S / OSWEGO PREPARED CORN, which has been known to ' mc for many years. ' ? ? I And tliat it consists entirely of the grain of INDIAN CORN, ik very PURE, and may be regarded chemically and dietetieally as an ARROWROOT ; and taken in conjunc tion with Milk or Beef Tea, cojjijtitutes a valuable article .of diet for infants and young children.' — Arthur H. Hassam., M.D., author of 'Food and its Adulterations,' ' &c. ? ? The MOST DELICIOUS of all PREPARATIONS For Puddings,' Custards, Blanc Mange, &6., as it takes the full flavour of every kind of seasoning. ( 6^° Full directions with each Packet. =^9 Sole Wholesale Agents— M. MOSS AND CO., SYDNEY. THE LARGEST SALE IN A...

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THE YANCO CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

THE YANCO CUTTING. In tho Legislative Assombly, in Comriiitteo of Supply, on Wodnosday, when an estimato of £98,408 for-public works was undor con- t sidoration, Mr. M'Elhono movod tho omission of £3000 for deepening and improving tho Yanco cutting. The gontlomen who had had this Yanco rosorvo had made fortunes out of it. They had paid a halfpenny per acre for land that the member for tho Humo admitted ho would have given 2/- an ac.ro tor. And yet now the country was askod to vote £3000 to fatton thoso men who had al roady derived so much by plundering tho public purse, and for which tlio Minister for Lands of that timo had boon responsible. Tho present Minister had no right to ask for this vote merely for tho convenience of a fow s wealthy men. ' Mr. Day would like to ask tho Minister for Works if any application had boon irtado for tho expenditure of this money, and, if so, by . whom? All this land had passed into private hands, and tho owners of this land were tho proper persons ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

Cootamundra TiShf Club Annual Mee/ing, 27th and 28ttpMABOH, 1878. flAHE following are^he weights for the JL Turf Club HancftQap : — J St. lb. Mr. C. H. Roberts's blk h Th/Borb, aged ? 9 6 W. J, Hill's b m Miss JKne, aged ? 9 0 Stephen Daley's bg Plfc-boy (late Clarence) 8 5 C. H. Roberts's b g PinSinto, aged 8 5 . JV Miller's br h VampireTlyrs ? ?... 8 3 A. Hancock's g g Strangflf, aged ? 8 0 M. Fizgerald's c g Emeyld, aged ? 7 12 A. Armstrong's g g Lydurgus, aged ... ... 7 12 J. Curtin's g li Errowaigbang, aged ? ? 7 10 J. Osborne's b g CossaclL aged ? 7 7 A. Armstrong'* blk h ChVice, aged ? 7 7 R. Grovenor's fc f Quickswp, 3 years ? 7 4 M. Walker's a g Small Trade, aged ? 7 0 M. FitzferaMjw o m Flopndn, 4yrs ? 6 10 Jb; Uranus, »rs ? 6 10 |r' ^M'DOnal^'s c h Tom woggin, aged ... 6 -10 Armstrong's b g PilgrSa, aged ? 6 6 $ G. Keith's br m Coroncl, aged ? 6 6 -Ji and G. Barnes's b m Nprma, 5yrs ? 6 0 J1, ® ? ? b m Gmnwaile, 4yrs ... 5 12 _ The Committee \^uld be much obliged if accep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

Holuuvav'h rfr,'r-H.-r-S£ojnnoli, Liver, and BowoIh — 1 Tlmm I 1 SvaUds juchciouHly and porsoverintfly taken by .

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. \ Ma. Graitak Covlteti'b report for week endmt March 7 —During the past week, the business of i this Market has greatly improved; large arrivals of maize ha^e had the effect of reducing the price of new maizo, greatlji, and of the old crop to some extent. Tho ruling price for\new maize. h(m been from 5/- to 5/3 ; for prime old, 6/3 ih Uill easily i obtainable. Inferior qualities, however, aro \iot disposed of, and 5/8 to 5/9 are quotations. Oats are \in ?ood demand. Cupe barley has realised from 5/- to 5/£. In dairy produce— a good enquiry exists for prime butter. ? Large lota of inferior quality are glutting the market, \ and sales of this quality have been made as low an 4d. ; - the quotation for prime is 1/, Chee«e is plentiful, ar rivals of about two thousand having come into the market early this week. Potatoes have boon lower in the latter part of lust week, but, owing to short arrivals, the price nun again improved. Onions are scarce.. In live stock—pig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

:;€ootamnndra Turf Club Races. WEDNESDAY and' ? WIURS DAY, March 27, anil -28, 1818. ? . ! . . President : JV A Dallas, Esq., J.P. Vice-President : John Barnes, Esq. , Judge: R. E. Chapman,' Esq. Clerk of Sales : U. Barnes, Esq., Clerk of the Course : . Mr. Thos. EvAiis, Stewards: Messrs. P. J. O'Donnell, J. B.Hurley, W. G. Archer, M. J. MullalV, Allan . Mackenzie, P. M'Gowan, F. Pink «Toiris, Thomas Troy, G. J. Roberts. ? Starter : . . Mk. Arthur Dempsey. ^ . v , FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY. March 27. Maiden plate of 15 sovs., for ail horses that have nevor won an adver tised prize at time of entrance, winners of trial stakes excopted. Distance : milo, weight for age. Flying Handicap of 10 sovs. ; for all horses ; onco round the course. Hack Race of 5 sovs. ; for all horses ap proved of by the stewards; 1 mile ? heats, weight 9st. Tuxf- Club Handicap of 40 sovs., wifch a sweep of 1 sov. each; for all horses; distance 2 miles ; sweep to go to second ? v horse. Hurry -Scurry for all horses t...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

commercial. '?TV Merdtd Office, Monday. Mesbbs. Stronoi Vii a km an 1) Mackenzie report having ?old through their Sydney agents, 48 fat bullocks on ac count of Mackenzie and Archer; and through Pitt and Hon, 1195 fat wethers on account of Andrew Gibson, Esq., from bio Caryabah station. The truckings to Sydney this week in addition to the above are 1802 sheep on ac count of W. F. Jenkins, Esq., M. H. and Co. agents ; and 1702 on account of W. WeUman, Esq., H. J. and D. '^Chnieoount of the rains and the prospect of feed there is fc gobd demand for store sheep, particularly wethers, ;i ' ajjd also bullocks of suitable ages for fattening.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

Subordinate Roads. —The following shows the proposed distribution of the amount on the Estimates for subordinate roads under, the management of officers of the Roads Department so far as this and neighbouring districts are concerned : — Goulburn municipality via Crookwell to Binda, forty two miles, £2100 ; Wheeo to wards Crookwell, ten miles, £150; Goulburn municipality via Gullen to Wheeo, thirty nine imles, £1950 ; Gullen via Crookwell to Laggan/ fifteen miles, £225 ; Collector via t Collector Lane to Gunning, seventeen miles, £425; Gunning to Burrowa, fifty miles, £750 ; Main Southern Road near Yass_ via Mundoonan to Gundaroo, twenty-nine miles, £435 ; Yass to Woolgarlo, fifteen miles, £160; Young to Bland, fifty-eight miles, £406; Queanbeyan via Gundaroo to Gun ning, ;forty-two miles, £2100. — The follow ing shows the proposed distribution of the amonnt on the Estimates for subordinate roads under the management of trustees Road from Wheeo to Burrowa, thirty-six miles, £450; roa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

Nauandeba.t— Mr. William Henry Nash., a of Narandera, ' has boon specially licensed as a .surveyor, under the 100th section of the Beat Property Act, 25 Victoria No. 9. ' Liverpool and London and Globe In . suranck Company. — We are glad this com pany, which, we believe, stands foremost amongst its rivals in this colony, is securing a considerable amount of business hpre. Their rates aro very low, their extensivo business enabling them to bear the risk ; and persons wishing to insure need have no fear as to the stability of the L. and L. and G. Company. , Immigrants. — On Saturday morning last, by the 6 o'clock train, about fifteen immi grants arrived in town and have since been located here awaiting engagement. Thus an opportunity is afforded employers in . quest of farm or other labourers of sup plying their want. These people are a por tion of about seven hundred who lately ar rived in Sydney by tho Tyburnia and Lochee, all, as reported, being in good heallli. Thirty four domesti...

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POETRY. NAPOLEON PLAYING CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

. POETEY. NAPOLEON PLAYING CHESS. Bonapartp, as is well known, was frequently in the hiibit of playing chess in his solitude at St. Helena, and it is re lated by one of his annalists — Las Cusas, I think—that ho would sometimes pause in the middle of a game, with thoughts apparently diverted into some other channel. Shorn of his wide dominion, And Btripped of his borrowed throne, Within a narrow chamber coop'd Sits great Napoleon ; J A solitary islet | Upon the heaving main, , I His prison home, that chequered board | 1 His only battle plain. | He marks it not. Old memories ! v Upon the captive pour — | Haply, the sun of Austerlitz ! Victorious shines once more ; i At Borodino's ghastly ray | He joins the slaughter shock— I Leans now in sternest anguish o'er I The course of rough Duroc. . . | And see ! a gentle vision, | .With mclancholy eye, 1 \ And patient, mild, submissive air, I' ' Glideth dejeoted by. | Upon the fallen conqueror I She looks with pitying mein — f The cruel wrong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 March 1878

TTHE CITY BAtyfe, / / SYONEY. HE above Bank lias OPENED A BRANCH at Cootamundra for the transaction of all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. I V I MY , M.E.O.S., (A LEfl^^Y QxrSGfied IW^jm^pPractitioner,) 1IIa.Y be consulted DAILY at the Star JLYJL Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitliarm & Mackenzie, j / STOCK, STATION, J2 6? and 003VE^EISSI03ST -A-G-EISTTS, COOTAMUNDRA. MR. JOHN RUSSELL, -, / SOLICITOR, &c., ^ Burrowa-street, Young, Attends Cootamundra every Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, MM.D;, C.M. (UNIV. EDIN*' (A to^gwualified Medical Practitioner), ? A1%E CONSULTED by patients at -Their private residences or ait his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA. MR. FRANK MURPHY, SOLICITOR, &c. ^ I' rpo K#c5NSULTED^t^hQ ALBION § A gjJOTEIT. /«/ fj\ Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY JJ COURT DAY. I - w, st m Sign-writer, Mouse-painter, and...

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