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

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. . fcf- Established 1869. Incorporated by ^tc£ of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney. DIRECTORS : — Tlie Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.O., Chairman ; Hon. Sir G. W. ^/^Adlen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman ; H. G. r^AXLeyne, Esq., M.D. ; John Da vies, Esq., M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, Esq. ; M. B. Pell, Esq., 33. A. The fixst1. 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 he had on application to MR. W. A. BYRNE, agent for Cootamundra. By order of the Board, : J. 0. REMINGTON, ? , Secretary 'Is there no hope I' the sick man said ; Tlie silent doctor shook his head. ? ' While there is life there's hope,' he cvicd. ?M JEgroio dumanimaa est, xpes est.' DR. L. XT SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults On all affections of the Nervous system (no matter...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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SPORTING NEWS. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

- SPORTING NEWS. RAGING. LOCAL FIXTURES. Nnrandeva-— Friday, March 22. Cootamundra-— Wednesday, Thursday, March 27, 28. rMimnimbidgee Turf Club— April 9, 10. Goulburn Autumn Mueting— Mtiy 1, 2. It will be noticed' from the above the iMur rumbidgee Turf Cliib have -been unavoidably compelled to alter their fixture to Tuesday and Wednesday, the 9th and 10th April, and thereby giving owners the privelege of making tlieir general ontvi6s U]V to the 8th' April at 6 p.m. : the same to be lodged with1 Mr. Hawkes, secretary, by that time and date. The Autumn Handicap of the above meeting has received fifteen entries, and the Grand Stand Handicap fourteen, and some tgood names appearing — which we shall pub lish when the weights are declared — ought; to produce some fine racing worth a visit to see. The Y.R. C. Autumn Meeting was brought to a close on Saturday, the 9th instant. The attendance was much better than on either the previous days. His Excellency and Lady Bowen wero on the course d...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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THE FARM. RUST OR MILDEW IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

THE FARM. BUST OB MILDEW IN WHEAT. {From Castnefs Rural Australian.) This is a disease frequently attended with consequences more or less fatal to this, the staple crop of grain ; it originates in a mi nute fungus or mould, whose sporules (seeds) float in the atmosphere until in^ favourable conditions of the air and plants they are deposited on the latter, and increase and de velop themselves with such rapidity as to damage or ruin the crop. The leaves of a wheat-plant are covered with numberless small pores extenumg over uueir sur- face, as also that of the stem, which perform the office of respiration and frequently^ of absorption. These spores, or as botanists term them, stomata, in damp weather im bibe a great quantity of fluid matter, and as it is exactly that state of the atmosphere which is most conducive to the spread oi fungi, we aro led to infer it is then the mil dew makes its first lodgment, and entering by the pores of the foliage or stems, soon spreads its blighting in...

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

ROWING. Edward Tickett., champion sculler, was presented at the Victoria Theatre, with the trophies won by him at the late National Regatta. They consist of the champion belt, a beautiful piece of workmanship, and which has to be won three years in succession before the champion is entitled to hold it, and a- gold medallion, the gift of Mr. John Bennett. In the absence of the Hon. Geo. Thornton, Mr. Walter Cooper officiated as artntfismnn and nresentor. The-Sydney Rowing Club having a short time since accepted the challenge of the M.R.C. to row an eight-oared race in June next, has written to the latter club wishing it to fix the race for Saturday, June 12. The race is proposed to be rowed over the champion course on the Parramatta River, and it may bo oxpecteu. one in which the public will take much interest. The S.R.C. have already appointod a sub-committee, consisting of Mr. Q,. Deloitte, captain of the club, and Messrs. J. H. Fitzhardingo, and James Hobson, to solect the eight o...

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

Forbes.— Monday. — Mr. T. R. Watt, a squatter residing at Young, died here to-day. A weok ago, while on his way to ono of his stations on the Bogan, ho was thrown from his buggy and had ono of his legs broken. He was brought into Forbes, where he lias since been untilliis death. Be Beforehand with Disease.— Trilling derangements beget serious diseases. When you feel 'out of sorts,' languid and des pondent, you may be pretty sure that you lack vitality, and that tho bodily functions aro imperfectly performed, and you will do well to infuse fresh energy into the waning for cos of your system. By so doing you will anticipate disease and avoid serious dangor. For this end, use Udolpuo Wong's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps. TheD rapery-£5 Bales Again i CAEE.TAGE PAID BY MAIL. PLEASE OBSERVE. The Prices named against the following list are for really first-class articles, which we can recommend. If required, wo can supply much lower or higher price goods. Any number of yards may be had of the...

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. ' 1 The only . reply received to the challenge of R. F. Watson to run Applett of Forbes, Carver of Moroe, or any other man in the colonies, in Maitlahd, 200 yards, for £200 or -upwards' a side (remarks' the Maitland Mcrmry ), has been an advertisement in the Evening Neivs signed by Applett, accepting the challengo on condition that the race take place in Sydney, and that his expenses are allowed. It is not likely that our local man will accept these terms, as it is not to be ex pected that he would be willing to pay Applett' s expenses to Sydney, and also have to pay his own expenses to meet him.

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FLIRTING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

FLIRTING. It is remarkable but nevertheless true, that, as a rule, flirts,- both male and female, do not marry quickly. The chances are that a girl wiio becomes engaged at eighteen, and goes on becoming engaged and disen gaged, as is the custom for flirts to do, ulti mately settles down, into a confirmed old maid. If she does wed, as a general rule she developes into a virulent wasp, makes her husband miserable, and brings up her Vmrllv' Tf, is nnt. vow fliflRrtlllf. 1n find reasons why flirts do not marry. Sensi ble men admire' in a woman something be sides a pretty' face and engaging ma.nners. They love intellect, common sense, and heart ..qualifications, which the flirt does not I possess. The true woman allows her affec tions full play, and is not ashamed of them. She will not lead a man to; believe she cares for him when she does no such thing ; she will not flirt with him j list ;f or the sake of flirting. She has a, true cphception of what is right, and possesses a grea-t dea...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

?», ... POETRY. ( Ip liehoulfi die to-night' My friends Svoulfl look- upon rajl qiuet^face, Before tliejr liidjit in itsjrcstihgplace^ And,dce^^t)iat!dealh'lirt(lvl^ftit''rtlmost fair ; And,f laying snow-white ilowe'rs against my hair, Would smooth it down with tearful tenderness And fold my hands with lingering caress — I'oor hands, so empty and so, cold to-night ? If I should die to-night My friends would call to niiiul, with loving thought Some;kindly deed the icy hand had wrought, Some gentle word the frozen lips had said, Errands on which the willing feet had sped, The meinorj;*,pf my selfishness and pride, 5Iy hasty words, would all be xmt aside, And so I should be loved and mourned to-night. If I should-die to-night Even hearts esti\inged . would burn once more to me, Recalling other days remorsefully, The eyes that' chill' ino with 'averted- giahco Would look upon me as of yore, perchance, And soften in the' olcU faiiiilinr' 'way, lW r For who , would war 'with dumb, unconsc...

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

THE CITY BANK , SYMBY. THE above Bank has OPENED A BRANCH at Oootamiyrflra for the traiij^otJ&i of all usual bjmki*g 'business. IBS throu gj-i^t(£tur world. ?^Th^jBrancli is undw the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. I V I MY , L.A£.L2M.K.C.S., an^B.®B.S., (A LEG^LL^^ualified M^jJrcal^jrfictitioner, ) ~\I¥&Y be consulted DAILY at the Star 1 jJL Hotel, Cootamundra. Strongitharm & Mackenzie, * S^pfiK, STATION, . / AND acn^nvr^BSioisr -A-G-ieustts., f CO OTAMUNDHA. MR. J^HN RUSSELL, Jh /''solicitor, So., y^ljUK^fwA-STREET, YOUNG, Attends^ootamundra every Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, (UNIV. EDIN.), ( AJpgM^^jrfalified Medical Practitioner), MAY BE CONSULTED by patients at their private residences or at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. y COOTAMUNDRA^ ^ FRANK wdwHY , rpoBE CONSULTEITat the ALBION X HOTEL. (£7* Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY COURT DAY. Sign-writer, -House-p^ Decorator, APapj^ianger I^L orders exe...

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NINETEEN MURDERS. ANDREAS MATEO HANGED AT NAPA FOR ONE OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

Ni.NET REN M UPPERS. Andueas Mateo Hanged at. Napa foil OtfE 01-' T11EM. Napa, Novomber 30.— Addreas Matoo was executed to-day,- for the murdor of -a man named Guadalupo in June. It was tho first execution that had taken plaeo in Napa since 18G-1, in which year J. G. Jenkins was hung for the murder of J. O'Brien. Jenkins con fessed in his dying statement to the killing of nineteen persons ; and the gallows which did duty to inflict on him tho last punishment of the law was' dragged from the court-house attic to serve for the execution of Mateo. Mateo was a lull- blooded Indian, born m Napa county, and a resident of it until his death. His character appears to have been of tlie general Indian type— peaceable enough when sober, and quarrelsome and blood thirsty when drunk. Tho particulars of tlie crime for which he was convicted appeared in tho testimony, which, was published in full at tlie time of his trial, and was substantially as follows : — Ho was at tlie house of William Perkin...

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A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

A : TOUE BOUND NEW CALEDONIA. ( Written for this Journal.) Ix the eaily pdrt of last December want of cliange leii me to make a tour round :the'above,lslaSd';\.and. I 'will leave my readers to judge whether or not they consider I was recompensed for my trouble. On a: very hot morning; not a breath Of air, and the previous evening having- been worried nearly to death by mosquitoes, I - . found myself on board the ' Havilali,'' commanded by CaptainBabo, avery genial Frenchman, who did alT in his power to. make me comfortable. Steaming out of Noumea harbour via the Havaiiali Pass, a narrow ' channel' with precipitous cliffs on. either ^side, and studded on the top with to' my mind the unsightly Norfolk pines, about three o'clock in the after noon we came to an anchor at South Bay. ' There 'being a pretty cascade here, about a mile and a half from the , anchorage, I ; went' and enjoyed the luxury' of a douolie bath, after which I visited the settlement, and on being introduced to the Co...

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

''sbJTHE ORIGINAL !} g~J T® t THE BEST 1 J'®® KINGSFCRD'S OSWEGO PREPARED COM, Hade of American Indian Corn, I PURE AMD UNADULTERATED. Report of Dr. A. H. Hassall, London, lith September, 1874. T HAVE subjected to Microscopical Examination and / x Chemical Analysis a sample of KINGSFORD'S 1/ OSWT2GO.FREPARED CORN, which has been known to V trie' for-many years. ' 'I And that it consists entirely of the grain of INDIAN CORN, is Very PURE, and may be regarded chemically and dietettically as an ARROWROOT ; and token in conjunc tion with Milk or Beef Tea, constitutes a valuable article of diet for infants and young cliildron.' — Arthuh H. HasSall, M.D., author of ' Food and its Adulterations,' &c. ? v, . The MOST-DELICIOUS of all PREPARATIONS For Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange. &c., as it takes the full flavour of every kind of seasoning. 61?* Full directions with each Packet. Sole Wholesale Agents— M. MOSS AND CO.,. SYDNEY. THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. ftEDUGEDJPR/CE...

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

Sales by Auction. WA. BYRNE has been favoured s with instructions from Mr. H. D. Coker, of Jindalee, to sell hg^lttblic auction, at his ya/ds, on 'WT^DNt^QrY. thn-°7th instuntJon thfl'Uloffiing -jjdBoTtaces), at 11 o'clo^T 400 FINE-WOOLED EWES, from two years to full mouth. - Therie ewes are in excellent condition, and are for positive sale. WA. BYRNE has been fcwoured with ? instructions from Terrier, of Congo, Jo sell bvpublic ayCTion^-ftl-fats yards, oimne mwrcffigof thewJcacesTthe 27th mstantJat 11 o'clock, 500*4fIXED SHEEP, in splendid con dition. Notice. AS the undersigned intendsjliolding a sale on MCH MORNIMGyF THE RAGES, partkrahajii»g stock to tion will ptafse enter particulates early as possible. * W. A. BYRNE, Auctioneer and Commission Agent. On TUESDAY, MARCH mh, In the Church of Mgland schoolroom. Proceeds to go to 'Window Fund of the New Olyroh. THE programme -Jill be an attractive one, and soiie appreciable NEW TALENT will be founVin the company of * songsters. J Tic...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 2.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 2.25 p.m. The passengers per ' Ohimborazo' have arrived in Sydney. The vessel remains at Jervis Bay much injured. The. Port Darwin line is again inter rupted. A terrific southerly squall visited* us on. Saturday without any warning. Thirty boats were capsized and several ships damaged ; no lives lost. Pastor Allen preached in Hyde Park on {Sunday. Twenty-thousand were pre sent ; and two hundred policemen were ' in attendance. After service a riot be came imminent in the vicinity of Pastor Allen's house. Stones were thrown, and the constables charged the mass with batons. Several persons were hurt, but none seriously. Tlie English mails via San Francisco have arrived, and the southern portion was despatched by train this morning. In the London wool market on March 13 prices for fleece and greasy showed a - 1 decline of a halfpenny to a penny com pared with opening rates of present series. The bulk of scoured wool...

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

The fact that Mr. Macintosh has made seven hundred recommendations for free jail way passes into the country this year is as astounding as it is true. Mr. Macin . tosh also asserts that he has refused quite as many ; so that his action, therefore, cannot be denounced as wholly devoid of discretion. Still a glaring inconsistency exists somewhere ; and the question arises, is it legitimate that any one member of Parliament, br an v irrespon sible person, should be allowed such power ? Mr. Macintosh is a man of Bterling character, though his political tenets are shallow-pa ted, v lio would scorn any act of favouritism or fraud ; yet the, statement was made in the Assembly that some of Mr. Macintosh's passes had been sold in Sydney, thus proving that his kindness of heart has been fraudulently imposed upon. In the discussion on the matter in the House 'Mr. Macintosh stated that, if it could be shown that any of the railway passes he Had distributed had been wrongly given, or hawked abou...

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

Turf Club. — At the special general meet ing advertised in our present issue the fol lowing will be the business: — 'To consider the advisability of altering by-law No. 10, so as to give members tne additional privi lege of being allowed their annual subscrip tion of two guineas in qualification to enter a horse.' All members are requested to at tend. In Durance Yile. — As our carnival week is approaching, we must expect to see many strange and unwelcome faces in town, ^ and the energies of the local constabulary will be taxed. On Saturday night last they caged a nice little bird — a youth of about seventeen or eighteen summers, a real ' Cockney prig' who boasted that he had just done a month at hard labour in the ' jug ' at Goulburn. Not being well posted in colonial jurispru dence, he thought he was safe in abusing and cheeking the police from the verandah of an hotel. They were good tempered enough to give him plenty of latitude, and nobody seemed to enjoy his gutter jokes more t...

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PRESENT AND PAST WORKING OF THE LAND ACT. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

PRESENT AND PAST WORKING OF THE LAND ACT. (to the editor.) Sir,— *It appears to my mind that the ad ministration of our land laws, from the be ginning, has been nothing short of a gigan tic swindle ; and selectors are now finding this out to their cost. Whilst professedly aiming at the settlement of a free and inde pendent yeomanry on the lands, our legis lators appear to have been concocting a great conspiracy against the small settlers. It behoves selectors, then, to balml}' consider the state of affairs ; and, as they have the power to effect a change for the better, by means of the ballot-box, should concentrate their forces to that end. With the assist ance of an independent and not unfavourable press we may do a great deal in ventilating our grievances and obtaining our rights. Now is a favourable time, too, for coopera tion and action so far as the selectors of the electorate are concerned. A bill for read justing the representation of certain electo rates is before the legis...

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

Hoi,low4y'b Ointment and Pills. — Rheumatism and Gout. — These purifying and soothing remedies demand tlie earnest attention of all porsona liable to rheumatism, gout sciatica, or other painful affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. The Ointment should he applied after the affectcd pai-ts have been patiently fomented with warm water, when the unguent should be diligently rubbed upon the adjacent, skin, unless tho friction should cause pain. Hollowuy's Pills should be simultaneously taken to re duce inflammation and to purify tho blooa. This treat ment abates tlie violence and lessens the frequency of gout, rheumatism, and fill spuKijiodic diseases -which spring from hereditary predisposition, or from any ac cidental weakness of constitution. The Ointment check# the local malady ; the Pills preserve the vital power. GIVE IT A TRIAL. CASTNEIVS MONTHLY AND RURAL . AUSTRALIAN , A Reliable und Popular Journal for the Station, Farm, Orchard, and Household. For Old and Young. - 1 F ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

CRICKET. By the time our readers are perusing this item of news the Cootamundra team will have arrived at Gundagai, on their way to meet the Tumut eleven to try and wrest the Challenge cup from that district. We sin cerely wish thom a pleasant match; and may tho best men win. The men seemed to have been unanimous before starting in one thing, viz., to do their level best, and work hard for their township, captain, and team. We append, a few remairks on the team as chosen by the selection committee, from ob servations taken during the numerous prac tices which have been held lately, and trust if we have been too candid the players will not be offended but take it ih the light in tended — for their mutual benefit : — Brown, a very steady bat, a good man to send in early to make a stand against the bowling more than to get a large score, a good deep fiold, having a good, return to the wickets. t Chapman, a good bat with plenty of hit ting power, lately has shown very good de fence, not...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 March 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Cnuron of England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wefleyan Wallefvdbecn, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 3 p.m. - -iCootemundi'a, 7.30 p.m.— Rev. G. Thompson. COOTAMffiA^HERALD. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1878.

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