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

COTTRTS OF INOUIRY. Cootamundra, Court-house, Tuesday, 19th March Qundagai, Court-house, Saturday, 30th March.

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

W Dew qe the Alps. — The perfect adapta ► tion of the hygienic cordial to the ailments, and disabilities incident to our , climate was made manifest soon after its introduction into Australia a few years ago. From that time to the presont its popularity has in creased, and, Messrs.. Moss_ and Co., the agents of tho manufacturers in Geneva, are now placing it in our markets in large quantities. It commands a rapid sale. As a vitalising preparation, it is looked upon as superior to all other tonics, whilst its; excel lent flavour, which is not surpassed by that of any other : cordial in use, renders it a universal favourite among our. discriminating public. It . is strongly recommended as a specific for want, of a]5petite,; and: as a match less invigorant for convalescents and aged persons. ,, Holi.0 way's Pi li-h.— Bilious Headache and Depression of Spirits.— Whenever therois.any, excess of bil(j, orwlien ? that secretion' doeN not riaturallv pa.s's from tho liver, it enters the circ...

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

The Drapery -£5 Bales Again! OAKRIAGrE PAID BY MAIL. ====== PLEASE OBSERVE. The Prices named against the following list are for really first-class articles, which wo can recommend. If required, we can supply much lower or higher 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. PleaBe send for Price Lists and Samples. .. For Ladies. 15 yards beautiful Black Silk for 60/ 15 yards Coloured Japanse Silk for 20 )L 0 12 yards Silk Lustre Alpaca for 13/ X 10 yards Persian Cord for Habits for 18/ 10 yards White Lace Muslin iovJBl 10 yards New Printed Musliniw 8/ / JLr 12 yards Fancy Coloured Gufnadine forty A Lady's Print Costume, complete, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A L'.uly's Fashionable Lace Fischu, 16/ Ladies' Chemises, best calico, 2./, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Nighf Dresses, brat calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7/ Ladies' Petticoats, best calico,. 4/, 5/, 6...

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

iyroa,(THE ORIGINAL!) «g». ^ I THE BEST! KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO rr.i.rAEED CORN, ^ -Made of American Indian Corn, S ,v „ PUllB AND UNADULTERATED. Rcportof Dr. A. H. Hassaj.l, London, 14th September, 1874. U T HAVE subjected to Microscopical Examination and ? Chemical Analysis a sample of KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO PREPARED COBN, which has been known to me for many years! f 'I find that it consists entirely of the grain of INDIAN CORN, is very PURE, a id may be rcg irded c emically and dietetically as an ARROWROOT; and taken in conjunc tion wjfcfrMilhyvBeef Tea, constitutes a valuable article ^ of di«^ for iWMts andyweg children.'' — Arthur H. M.l^ftulliurof ' Food and its Adulterations,' * 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. =££9 Sole Wholesale Agents— M. MOSS AND CO., SYDNEY. V THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. ? ^ BEDUGEDPRIGE LIST. THE! 'HOME' SHUTTLE A...

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

Sales Auction. WA. BYRNX has been favoured ? with instru^ions from^Mr. H. D. Coker, of Jmdalee. tjvsell b/^fojre auction, at his y&w, on JNTinT^frT j th rr^Ttfr in (iiiijj)inlliliwTliiii \\\[j of the Races), at 11 o'clock, \ 400 FINE- WOOLmD EWES, from two years to full n»uth. These ewes are in excellent condition, and aro for positive sale. * A. BYRNE £as been favoured with s „ mgfcructions Jtoin Mrr'^E^Ferrier, of Congo ^oJfeell byVublic aucnpa. at hie yards, njfrftrn rrnvn i n fy f the Ra-JGs, the 27th instant, at 11 o'clock^ 500 MIXED SHE1IP, in splondid con dition. I rs$* N&ice. AS the undersigmjd intenda^boiding a sal^g EACH JdDRNINCTjff THE_ RACES, parties hawfc stock to tion jjill fill i PTn enterJarticulars pearly as possible. C ;f J. A. BYRNE, Auctioneer anfl Commission Agent. IMPOUNDED at ^thungra, on the 21st day of March, Jp78, from purchased land, Burnt Hut C»ek, by Mr. E. Man gan:— 1 Red and whito St#r, kJ over t, near rump, oars marked j Red Steer, ^\...

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

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. 3VIk. Guaiiam Coum-kk's report for week ending March 21 : — Siuce last week's report the business in this market has been very good, large arrivals of new maize have kept the market well supplied. The greater part of this maize, however, is of very inferior quality, and prices in some cases have been remarkably low ; one large lot was disposed of on Monday at 2/10. There is a good demand for dry new maize, 1/9 being about the highest price for the week. For prime old if free from weavil 6/6 is readily given. Early in the week this price was given for a few small lots. Large arrivals of oats have served to check the demand, but some very prime lots realised 4/3 this week, but many lots not so good were sold at 3/9. In dairy produce, as the quality of butter shows a marked improvement, the demand has also improved. For in ferior it is difficult to secure purchasers at lowest quota tions with short arrivals. Bacon is in good demand at quotations. Potatoes meet wi...

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

AT BURROWA. On Vy'ednesday, 21th March. Country Lots : , ;; r; ; Lot A, portion 73, 40a, c. Harden, p. Mvlpro, on . the -right bank of the Jugiong Creek 'and adjoining the western boundary of portion, i^To. 74 of ;97f acres; . - .r Vi , . Lot' B, portion 275, 40a, c. Harden p. Nurung, adjoining tho western bou.nd.ary ;of D. Woodbridge's conditional purchase No. 226. ..Exclusively of a road one chain wide. Price per acre £1/5/.

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

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. At time of writing appearances of the weather indicate a change. The sky is completely overcast, and the atmos phere dull and oppressive. Just now a fall of rain would be acceptable. For the past fortnight the weather has been dry, and the sun's rays at times severe. The sur rounding country, however, still looks remarkably well, and in most places pfisture is plentiful. Mkssks. Stronoithakm and Mackenzie report having i sold on account of Messrs. Mackenzie and Archer 1400 store wethers to ill'.- A. N. Taylor, and through their Sydney agents 50 fat bullocks aud 528 fat sheep. They have also trucked for Homebush, on account of Mr. Thos. Elliott, 4422 fat wethers, and received at Cootamundra railway station 1192 store sheep belonging to Wm. Ma cansh, Esq. Also, having sold to Mr. Hines allotment 2 of section 6 of Mv. P. M'Gowan's subdivision , also, to Mr. Stiller 290 sheep on account of Messrs. Mackenzie and Archer. They liave trucked for Sydney 25 ...

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

AT NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 21th March, Suburban Lots: Lots A, B, 0,1), E, arid G, allotments I, 2, 4, 6, 7, 7, sections 27, 28? and 29, 2a 2r, ;eachj priced £3 ' each:; !q.lso, lqi/F,'^ailoibmont 1, section 29, la, price £4,1 c. ' Cooper , p. Narrandera, in the town of Narrandera.

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

Impounded at Burrangong, on tho 11th March, from 'Wombat, by - Mr. Patrick Connolly : — Bay mare, O over Ph near shoul der, off shoulder, hind fetlocks white, few hairs in forehead, aged, 15 hands; bay horse, ^ over go near shoulder, T over blotched brand off thigh, both fore and hind feet white, star, 6 years, 14£ hands; bay mare, no visible brand, small star, 6 years, 15 hands. To be sold 4th April. Impounded at South Gundagai, on 12th March, from Mundarlo : — Bay mare, saddle marked, ffl over m over S near shoulder ; black mare, star, saddle marked, like J over go near shoulder, 2 off shoulder ; grey horse, saddle marked, fistula on neck, in describable brand.

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 17th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

\ A(P YOllNG.. ' ! , On Wednc8ddy\ 11th April. Country Lots: Lots A to N, portions 12 to 25, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, oh and near the . - * right bank: of the Weedallion creek, and on and near both sides of the road. from Moran garell to Young, and extending from tho eastern boundary of travelling stock reserve No. 1,261, easterly about 3 miles to the western boundary of water reserve No. 940, Moonbucca run. Exclusively of a road three chains wide. Lots O.. to Q,, portions 30 to 32, various e. Bland, p. Yorrai, on the rroad from Morangarell to Young, and adjacent to tho,' northern Boundary of William. Lewis's con ditional purchase 'No. 27 of 160 acres, Moon bucca run. . ♦ Lots R to X, portions 34 to 40, varidus areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, on the left bank of the Balabla creek, and oxtehdihg from the oastern boundary of travelling stock reserve No. 1,261, up the creek afeout 2i miles, ?vr ? i ? ? . luponuucca run. Lots Y and Z, portions 16 and 17, c. Bland, p. Weedallion, ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 2.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( Front our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 2.25 p.m. I astor Allen preached in Hyde Park yesterday without molestation. ? The Japanese war ship Isukuba ar rived this morning. The mail steamer Assam has . arrived at Adelaide. The mails will reach Syd ney on Thursday. Mason Brothers' stores were entered last uight by thieves ; and the burglars got drunk and were found on the pre mises this morning and given in charge. ' otjasou Liciceis ac a-o/iu/- return, available for one month, from Melbourne to Sydney overland, will be issued from the 15th to the 22nd April. A late cablegram states that England has received no reply to the request for the peace conditions to be submitted to Congress. Earl Derby gave his opinion that without these there should be no Congress.

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AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 17th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 11th April. Lots A and B, portions 29 ;arid' 30, 44a. 3r 7 and 79a 2r, c. Olareiidon, p. Boroe, adjoining the southern and eastern boundaries .of B. Moin's conditional purchase No. '24, and part of the eastern boundary of A. Ball's condi tional purchase No. 25, Meiribindihydh run. Lots C to E, portions 51, 53, and 55, clii'fpumt areas,- c. Clarendon, p; Boroe, adjoining and near the western boundary of portion 22 aluO!' Morris's conditional pur cJiaseNo. 54, and the eastern boundary of portion 70. - Lots F to H, portions 65 to 6.7, . yarious areas, c. Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining the northern * and-; ;easterp boundaries oi;.: A. - M'Lean's cohditioiial -purchase No; 64, and' adjacent to the southern boundaries of por tions 56, 68, ari{l 69. . , Lot I, i)ortioh' 73, 82a 2r, c. Clarehd'on,' p; Boree, adjoining the eastern boundary Of: J. . Morris's conditional purchase No. . 60, and western boundary of portion 72, Jerileam beth run. Lots, J and K, porti...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

We are glad to bo able to sfcato that Fat ho r O'Dwyer, who mot with a serious accident on Thursday wook, has boon pronounced out of danger by Dr. M'Killop, and is now pro grossing favourably. — Oundiigai Times'. The following selections have been taken up ut Young:-—' William Batkin, (540;i, Woe dalion ; Thos. A. Batkin, 640a, Weedali.011 ; Johu Shea, 40a, Oulliuga; Michaol Shea, 40a, Weedalion; Edward Murphy, 120a, Beggan Boggan ; Roderick M'Leort, 50a, Oullinga ; T. and G. Barnes, 1 00a, Cullinga. Tho lollowing selections were taken up at Gundagai land office on Thursday last :— F. M. Robinson, 40a, Cooba ; R. J. R. Plows, 40a, North Gundagai; Alice Franks, 40a, Cooney ; Thomas Broughton, 120a, Claren don ; Lawrence O'Mara, 60a, Cooney ; Jas. Perry, 120a, Money Money; James 'Brabin, 40a, JEurongilly ; Peter Boy ton, 70a, Nan gus. Narrabri Art Union. — An advertise ment in our lastissue gives full details of this device for raising funds for tho erection of an Oddfellows' Hall. An...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

Melancholy Death, from Starvation in tile Bush.— Mr. Hornby, J.P., held yes torday (tho Melbourne I)aily . Telegraph ,oi Tuesday says) a. magisterial inquiry at Broadford, on thp .body of a young man, found on Satnrday last by two yoting tads when out rabit-hunting. v The ;body was lying in the hollow of a large tree on' 'an opossum-rug, the deceases boots : on one side, and his hat on the other. - Tho r-ln™ was abojut a half-mile distant from tho' White Flag store, but Mr. Fitzpatrick, the store keeper, had never seen the, deceased about his place, . though soine lads ;ihad told him they had seen a delicate-looking young man in the neighbourhood sorae time agp. On ..onepf tlie boots was a cut, from.': which , a ?shephord identified deceased as a young man he had seen seven weeks, ago, about two miles 't'rom where the body was found, ajad who asked him for adrink of 'tea, which he gave.1 him, but, dpcetised declined :to . have anything to eat. The shepherd described hiija- ais,; ver...

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TUMUT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

Tumut Meeting. The Tumut meeting, which commenced on Thursday last, was everything that could be desired, the racing was exceptionally good, and attendance one of the largest ever wit nessed on that course. The fields for each event on the first day figured well on the card, and backers in every instance got a start for their money, a very rare occurrence now-a-days. The booths did a good trade with their different wares, eatables and drinkables, more especially in the water melon line. The programme was headed by The Maiden Plate of 25 sovs., 1} mile. ' - Mr. J. Lloyd's bg Darbalara' 3 yrs ? ? 1 8. Daly's bli Gazette, 3 yrs ? 2 H. Doherty's be Lord of Clyde, 3 yrs ? 3 C. Guv's bf Miss Angler, 2 yrs T. Halloran's bf Stella, 2 yrs Prince of Wales Stakes of 15 sovs., 1£ mile* Mr. A. O. Boyle's b g Orpheus, aged, £15 ? 1 H. Doherty's g g Robinhood, aged, £20 ... ... 2 T. Percival's cli m Madeline, 4yrs, £15 ? 3 The Tumut Turf Club Handicap of 60 sovS., 2 miles. Sir. James Mitchell's b ...

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POETRY. REST AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

? POET&Y. - ' ' /linfiST AT LAST. Aftkr the jshpw'er, the tranquil sun ; \ SUyer stai« wlien tho day is done. Aw the snow, the emerald leaves ; After the harvest, golden sheaves. After the clouds, the violet sky ; 4-i« i-k vcuivc wtjuuQ »ncu vac wiiiu gvco uj . After the tempest, the lull of the waves ; After the battle, peaceful graves. After'the knell, the wedding bells ; Joyful greetings from sad farewells. After the bed, the radiant rose ; Aftor our weeping, sweet repose. After the burden, the blissful meed ; After the f uitow, the waking seed ; After the flight, the downy nest ; After the shadowy river-^resfL.:.

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

THE CITY BANK, STOKY. rpHE u^vu^3ank lias ytfPWED A I oT' CootaiminAa i'or the . transg^Ton 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. IVIMY, L.A.C^A.E.C.8., aml^'yZl.S., (A LEGA^T®j#ial!fied Me-Ji^al firfSmtioner,) MA x be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotol, Cootamundra. Strongitharm & Mackenzie, SjEpO^STATION, OOM®C S^XOIT AGENTS, COOTAMUNDIiA. - MR. JOHfiP RUSSELL, SQMITOE, *c., CTO110WA-8TIIEET, YOUNG, Attends Cootamundra every Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, M.D.jAM. tUNIV. EDIN.), (A logal^wfwli^red Medical Practitioner), MAY BE CONSULTED by patients at their private residences or at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA. MR. FRANK' MURPHY, /J ^ SOLICITOR, Tq/bE CONSULTED at the ALBION HOTEL. (Cf* Attends at Mun-umburrah EVERY COURT DAY. ' Sign-writer, House-painter, aud I Decorator, jMperlianger ayti, ^txlazier, \ /^^COrtTTA^Ul^BA. Y...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday, 27th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

THE LAND. LiND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On }Yed)iesday* 2'tth March. OouNTitY Lots : Lots A to D, portions 77, 78, 79, and 85, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. Maror, ex tending from the western boundaries of Hammond* and ? Johnson's portions Nos. 27 'and 28 westerly about If mile, and adjoining and near the spufhern and eastern and ad jacent' to the Vesterh boundaries of Sarah Turner's conditional purchase No. 84, Junee Run. ^ Lots E to H, portions , 9.5 to;' 90, various areas', el blafdnd.o^rp..' MarOr, adjoining aridV near the western bomidaries of Hammond and Johnson's portions Nos. 20, 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 the road' from Mei^olejjale jto Jvrnee,, and. ex-, ..tending 'at intervals from the western boun ! claries of (tra^eUing::storck ;resierves Nos., 256 ; and 552 westerly about 2£ miles to the east ern boundary . oi ,W._ A. Robertson's condi ?...

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A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 March 1878

A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. ( Written for this Journal.) ? (CONTINUED.) Having spent two very pleasant days here} we again commenced.. navigating the numerous ''reefs arid_ small islands, which are very numerous inside the great reef which almost fentirely surrounds the island. Making' for Waialu, the an chorage of ivvhicli is at the mouth of the river, to reach the township, you traverse this saidriverfor a distance of eleven miles, ? ?- il ; ? 1 ?? 1 ? ? _ ?'* arriving ax; wmcu you come upon a ver) snug hotel. Host' Gerrard, if you are English, hands you over to the custody ol his wife, being of that nationality ; you are well provided for and she takes great pride in serving you up an English dinner with a bottle of 'Bass' ale, as slit says if you have been long in the coun try a change of diet will do you good ; and I can certainly speak very highly of her plum. pjiddmgs^.^MQh.'; far: ..surpass . many I have tasted in the land of roast beef and p.luin duff; The next morning havi...

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