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COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, 1878. FIRST DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB'AnOTAL MEETING-, 1878. First Day, Friday, March 29. President, J. A Dallas, Esq., J/.P; ; vice president, John Barnes,/ Esq. ,'f judge j G. R.. Roberts, Esq. ; cleyk-fpT '|he course, Mr. Thos. Evans. ; stewardfl) ' -/Messrs. P. J. O'Donnell, J. B. Hurley, AV. G. Ar cher, M. J. Mullaly-, . Allan /Mackenzie, P. M'Gowan, F. Pink'stone,- Thonwis Troy ; starter, Mr. A. Dompsoy; seicretary, Mr. W. A. Byrne. j After 'one postponement of a\v-Jok, rendorod necessary in order to avoid cl ashing with the race meeting at. Gundagai, a:pd two other postponements from day ' to day caused by iexcessively wet weather, the I Cootamundra Race Meeting for 1878 commenced on Fri An-wr Toctf A a rmrvTif. 'hn o'inifJAf, nrl contretemps had a dampiiigj effect on the meeting in more ways than (ono. Unques- . tionably, under favouring circumstances, it ' would have beon the most successful ever held on Cootamundra turf ; a good field of horses was promised, and tho eventywas looked ior w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

?'g&LfT-RE ORIGINAL l| ' r%l /^HE BEST! 1°^ /,KPfe. SF^RD'S 7 ; ?-? - OSWEGO v ' PREPARED ' - C; ; corn, Made of American Indian Corn, ' ' runs And unadulterated. :'i l :i u'F Tfr/ ??P?rfc.of.I-r. A. H. Hassall, ? ^ ^ London, MthSeptember, 1874. ' 1 33 subjected to Microscopical Examination and SiiniP1.e of KlNGSFORD'S OSWTiiCrOPREPARED.COKN, which-haa been known to ' me i or many years. that it consists entirely of the grain of INDIAN *4 ( ; jvP$N» is very PUKE, and may bo regarded chemically and dietetically as an ARiRQWROOT; and taken in conjunc twn with Milk or 13eef Tea, constitutes a valuable article of diet for infants and young children.'— Arthur H. , . Hasrall, M.D., author of 'Food and its Adulterations,' * The MOST DELICIOUS of all PREPARATIONS Por Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, &c., as it takes the full flavour of every kind of seasoning. Pull directions with each Packet. «=|g8 I | I' Sole Wholesale Agents— \ M. MOSS AND CO., SYDNEY. \ , THE LARGEST- SA...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

SPORTING NEWS. By Tuebor. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. Mir n'mbidgee Terf Club— April 9, 10. Goulbuvn Autumn Meeting— May 1, 2. The Cootamundra meeting held here on Friday and Saturday last, to which days it had been postponed in consequence of bad weather on Wednesday and Thursday, the previous days arranged, cannot be deemed to have been so great a success as was anticipated, owing principally to the cause above referred to, which deterred a great many owners, who otherwise would have brought their horses to the nost. But not withstanding this i;ttle mishap,' the stewards in return for their labour had with a few exceptions pretty large fields, and some of tho events were very keenly contested. I cannot say much for the general class of horses which appeared in line before the starter, and at a future meeting ' should like to see a few more strains of better blood. Tho handicapping was not everything that could be desired, more especially in the Fly ing Handicap of the first day and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

p- T-S Fencers. TENDERS aro i/vitod foiv fencing tho Catholic Cliur^ land at Cootamundra. - Apply to C J THOS. CANTY. JOHN BRIDGE, i Wool and Produce, Live Stock, ) Stanwi., and Cieneral Agent, / Local Agonts— P. Guiry, W. A. Byrne. » $3 13[ A. R 3P 3B XT 'TBT 3EI XL SSS AIU3 BEING CONVINCED ' John kibby'8 / Is the cheapest store in the district. It is allowed by all who have inspected my stock, learned my prices, and examined my system of doing business, namely, for prompt cash, that more value can be obtained for the money than at any other time in' the history of Cootamundra. ' ? x I have JUST RECEIVED a large and well assorted stock of DRAPER! jLXD CLOTHING, all of which will be sold at my usual low prices FOR CASH. I AM OFFERING UNEQUALLED BARGAINS ... y ^ HOUSEl£0EBJNGr 'flOOBS CTALIOOES AND SHEETINGS FELT SKIRTS LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING AND READY MADE CLOTHING. PELT SKIRTS, from 2/6 each GREY CALICOES, wide -widths, from 3£d. GREY SHEETINGS, do., from7d. per yd. WHITE TURKISH TO...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

CRICKET. The alteration in the, route that the Aus tralian Eleven have decided to make, will . . ; increase their number of matches, as during ( jf'? their tour through America they will meet several clubs, first at San Francisco, where a few years ago a very strong club was to be met with, their principal base ball players being very good wielders of the willow, and their bowlers in many instances very effec tive, as tney nave great command over twisting a ball. From thence journeying east they will probably make St. Louis, and thence on by way of Philadelphia to New York. If time would permit they might have some good cricket in Canada, where a team from England some few years ago had a very pleasant and successful tour. Their prospects at home should be very good judg ing from their preliminary colonial tour, the result of these matches being 16 won, 1 lost, , and 3 drawn. But at the same time they must not expect to meet the same class of cricket they have recently become inured...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mn. Graham Cour/ruu's report for wcolc r- ?? tl n q- Maxell 28:— During tho past week, tho business in tho Colonial produce market lias been good. Tlie a- vivals of new maize have continued large, but5 tho quality of tho greater part of it is very had. There is an excellent de mand for prime dry samples, and 5/- has been obtained. Medium quality is saleable at from -I/- to -1/6 while, for inferior, from 2/9 to 3/8 is with difficulty obtainable. Tho market is now almost bare of prime old maize; a few lots wero disposed of early tin's wcelc^at G/(5 and 0/9. Oats and barley are much lower, uu-ivuls having increa sed. The breadstuff's market is very ouict, intercolonial ad vices of a dcclino, having hud the effect of preventing buyers speculating largely. ?n da'''y produce — tho im provement in quality of buivter has not been permanent, and the most of that now coming info tho market, arrives in a very bad state. The demand is not so good, and ai rivals are largo....

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POETRY. THE LOVED AND LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

. poetry ' THE LOVED AND LOST. Time hatli no .power to bear away ' Thine image from our heart ; ?. No scones that mark life's onward way Can bid. it hence depart. Yet ?while our souls with anguish riven : .-Mourn loved and lost, for thee e 'We raise our tearful eyes to heaven, ^ Aiid joy that thou art free. miss thee from the band so*dear That gathers round our hearth ; We listen still thy voice to hear Amid our household mirth ; Wo gaze upon thy vacant chair, .? * , . Thy form we seem to see ; We start to find thou art not there, Yet joy that thou art free. A thousand old familiar things ? Within our childhood's home Speak of the cherished absent one Who never more shall come. ? They wake with mingled bliss Fond memories of thee ; But would we call thee back again ?— ?We joy that thou art free. Amid earth's conflict, woe, and care, . v.. When our dark path appears, ^ '.Tis sweet to know thou cans't not' share - Our anguish and our tears ; That on thy head no more shall fall The«sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. /npiIE above, Bank A X BRANCH at CV)o^mndp£for the traiisacUoiL-uftill usual J^ankme, bu^ness. A«5miS throughout tta&rtffld. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamuhdra, 30th January, J 877. D R. T. JG . I VIM Y , f Xi,A;0.L.,M.E.0.S;, (A LEGiCuS^ualified J^ictitionor , ) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. \h Strongitliarm & Mackeaiaie, V STOCK, STATION, * AID s^oorivEiMiissiozrsr agents, I COOTAMUNDHA. !-- MR. JOHN RUSSELL, V-) SOLICITOR, &CM Bu ltRO W A- STREET , YOUXO, * Attends Cootamundra every Court day. DR. J. B. CRABBE, m.d:, q.li. (UNIV. EDIN.), ) (A legally qualified Medical .♦Practitioner), IV/fAY BE CONSULTED by patients at IVi their private residences or at his own residence; Cooper-street; Cootaumndra. * ; COOTAMUNDRA. MR. FRANK MURPHY*, x, ? SOLICITOR, &c. - 7 rrin titt — TTrTTm^ X1 ;i jT'nT^1' X norjDL.-^^^ {£?* Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY COURT DAY. ? - ? ? IE. SL Si...

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THE LAND. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday, 10th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

THE LAND. AT WAGGA WAGGA. ? On Wednesday , 10th April. Country Lots: LotD, portion 24, 60a, £125; lot E, portion 93, 40a, £1/5,/- per acre ; both c. Clarendon, p. Bilda, . adjoining and near the western boundary, of portion 15, of 43 acres, and ad jacent to the: southern boundary of portion 36, 40 acres, Oura run. Lots F, G, H, portions 95, 97, 98, 40a each, c. Clarendon, p. Bilda, adjacent to the northern boundary of portion 24, lot D of this sale, and adjoining the* southern bound aries of portions 401 and 102 of 40 acres each, Oura run. Price per acre £1/5/. On Wednesday , lstf May. Country Lots : Lot P, portion 80, 40a, c. Clarendon, p. Gwynne, adjoining the eastern boundary of J. J. Donnelly's portion No. 33, and the western boundary of improvement purchase portion No. 81, Junee run. Lot ©. portion 89, 40a, c. Clarendon, p. South Junee, adjoining the western boundary of A. Montgomery's conditional purchase No, 88, and adjacent to the south-eastern corner of C. Blotch's conditio...

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A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. ( Written for this Journal.) (continued. ) A few hours' steaming and we came to the northern port of the island Pam, where tlie vessfels goto load from Nou mea and other places copper ore for France and other foreign countries, the ore coming down the river in flat bot tomed punts or barges. The township is at. the mouth of the Diahot river which forms the harbour and a very good anchorage, at the same time being the largest river in New Caledonia. At Pam it has a breadth of about two miles, ? a fine and safe entrance being well marked out with buoys. There were two large full-rigged French ships lying there at the time, both receiving copper ore and. bound home, although a' great many take cargoes, out to Newcastle. . After waiting about three hours here for the tide to \ ' turn, the Marie came alongside and we ..... v . were soon on board that small tug travel ling at the miserable rate of about six miles an hour, as .we had several barges in tow which ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

COMMERCIAL. 1 Terahl Office, Monday. Since last report we have had an abundance of rain, and it will doubtless have a great influence for good on both agricultural and pastoral operations. Here ploughing had been at a standsill for want of rain; but now' tho ' soil must be in better order than it has been for several seasons past, and a large field and a golden harvest should \ be the result. Messrs. Stuonottiiahm and Mackenzie report having given' delivery of Clifton on behalf of E. Mitchell, Esq., to Messrs. Davidson Brothers.

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MURRUMBURRAH. POLICE COURT, THURSDAY, MARCH 21. BEFORE S. Robinson, Esq., P.M. of Young, and Mackay and Campbell, Esqs. J.P.s. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

! MURRUMBURRAH. ( Correspondent to Jhtrrcmgoiu/ A rc/-ts. ) Police Court, Thursday, March 21. Before S. Robinson, Esq., P.M. of Young, and lllaokay and CamjDbell, Esqs. J.P.s. A 'slaughtering license was granted to Gabriel Issard, of Wallendbeen. Edward Faden pleaded guilty to being drunk 1 and disorderly in Albury- street, Murrumburrah, on tlie' 7th instant, and was fined &0/. The .s;un-- defendant pleaded guilty to a charge - ? i jvsi sting the police on the same day. TL- police magistrate said lie happened to be in Murrumburrah on tho -same day in question, a greater piece of iam if linr! upvpv llORn mis- UXCHVlXg UI.VJ. UAtJUJ. A U Alivvt. 1 V* w fortune to witness. Had it not been for the good character he heard cif defendant he would certainly make an example of him. Fined 20/. Patrick Reardon was called to answer to a charge of disorderly conduct, but failed to appear. The Bench enquired who defend- ? ant was and where he resided, and were informed by senior-constable...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

It is interesting to note that for many months prior to announcing their £5 Bale system, Messrs. Riley Bros, were occupied making arrangements to ensure thorough success to their new venture by placing themselves above competition and securing 'uninterrupted public satisfaction. Internal communication was then got well in hand ; import arrangements admitting of no delay were made ; a large and special shipment of goods was obtained, and warehouse facilities being equal to private demands, a commence ment was made, and within three months the most sanguine anticipations were quite eclipsed by actual Results. Applications from all parts of the colony flojyed in, and since then the system has developed into ,a gigantic success, .

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M.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

M.T.O. AUTUMN MEETING. The following handicaps have been declared, Mr. James Gormley handicapper : — AUTUMX HANDICAP. Bt lb Mr. J. Mitchell's b g Jokes, aged ... . ... 9 4 M. M'Alister's br h Rangatira, 4 yrs ... ... 8 10 ,W. Williams's b f Lamvine, 4 yrs ... ... 8 4 3?. Purtell's b m Lozenge, aged ... ... 7 12 T. Riley's b m Rosebank, 5yrs ... ... 7 7 M. Whitty's b g Pimento, aged ... ... 7 6 J. A. Dallas's g c Orator, 3 yrs ... ... 7 6 R. Grovenor's b f by Yattendon — Quickstep . 3.yrs... ... ... ... ... 7 2 M. Whitty's ro m Scandal, aged ... ... 7 0 R. Fallon's gm Transit, aged... ... ... 7 0 M. H. Devlin's b fJLa Belle, 3 yrs ... ... 7 0 G. Kennedy's b m Flirt, 6 yrs... ... ... 6 10 J. A. Dallas's b c ;Bachelor, 3 yrs ... ... 6 10 J. Bradney's b g Anti-up, 5 yrs ... ... 6 8 H. Croft's ch h Hetmann Platoff, 5 yrs ... 6 0 GRAND STAND HANDICAP. Mr. J. Mitchell's b g Jokes, aged ... ... ... 9 3 M. M'Alister's br h Rangatira, 4 yrB ... ... 8 10 W. Williams's b f Lauwine, 4 yrs ... .....

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APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned parties to leases of crown lands adjoining their respective freeholds have been approved pursuant to the Regulations of 27th August, 1875, but subject to such modifications or amendments as may, on further examina tion, be found to be necessary. 2. Such leases will entitle the lessees to occupy crown lands within the limits indicated by the said regulations, or so much thereof as may be open to and hot already under lease by pre emptive right, and may not be exempted from conditional purchase in virtue of im provements or notified' as a reserve. 3. The rent, as hereunder specified, will be for the period from 1st January to 31st Decem ber, 187$, and must in each case be paid in full before the lease will have effeet. Credit will be allowed for the amounts already paid on deposit of the application. 4. The leases will be renewable on the ordinary terms of payment of the rent for the ensuing year between 1st and 3...

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BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

BAZAAR. * I A fancy bazaar in aid of the -funds for the erection of the Catholic teacher's residence and paying off the debt on the church, was held in Quail's auction mart, Cootamundra, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last, and resulted in netting tho handsome sum of £140 towards the above good cause. The main stall, presided over by Miss Hurley and Mrs. Mackenzie, was very tastefully decorated and laid out, comprising many useful and ornamental articles in everv kind of needle and other work, notably some very pretty pictures in stamped leather frames, reflecting great credit on tho lady artistes ; also, the work of fair ladies' hands, many handsome cushions, and other specimens of Berlin wool work, to say nothing oi fancy articles far too numerous to particularise. Then there was the wheel of fortune, all prizes and no blanks. The latter- being strictly carried out, caused many to place one hand in their pocket for the paltry shilling, while with the other they took a prize wor...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

, t . - , ? ? RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Church ok England Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Webleyast : — Wallondbeon, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 8 p.m., . - ? Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. G. Thompson. - Lagoon Creek, 3 p.m.— Layman. j oootamII^'erald. TUESDAY,, APRIL 2, 1878.

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. Watson, now that Carver has accepted his challenge, will have his hands full for some time to come. The match between them was made at Fulford's Hotel, West Maitland, on Monday evening last. The conditions are — 200 yards, £200°,aside, to be run on the Maitland racecourse on Saturday, May 18 ; £50 aside was deposited at the time the match was made, and a further deposit of £50 will be made on April 25, the final de posit on the evening previous to the race. Watson allowing Carver £20 tor expenses. With reference to his match with Applett, nothing definite has yet been done ; the latter ^finally refuses to run in Mait land, but I clo not think this will interfere very materially, when business is fully en tered into between them. Watson, of course, will be under the mentorship of Day© Dun lop, Hamilton. — Evening iVews,

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 3.30 p.m. The following is the latest news from Eng land, dated London, March 31 : — The prospects of the European Congress are hopelessly vanished. Earl Derby has resigned in consequence of Earl Beaconsfield advising the Queen to call out the reserve forces. He is succeeded by Lord Salisbury. This step has caused a check to General Ignaticffs mission to Austria. Russia has addressed a note to the Porte demanding the withdrawal* of this British fleet from .the Sea of Marmora. Ens-land refuses so long as Russian troops environ Stamboul. All English troop ships being prepared for sea, the Russian official organ states that the balance power in the Mediterranean is only threatened by the British ironclad squadron being in tne Sea of Marmora. It looks upon calling out the reserves by the British Government as fresh provocation to Russia^ and states she will be prepared forci bly to defend the fruits of war. Commerci...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 2 April 1878

?\ -Since tlie advent of the present Govern ment great public benefits have been secured, though principally in one de partment, namely, in the management of 'our railways. Till . lately the most irritating of annoyances had^to be borne . -by those having occasion to send stock to market by rail. Insufficient accommo ; , dation was about equalled by official in . r ? _j *l i . w rw - ?% ^ ^ ?_ . competence ; out Mr. outnerlana, tne c present Minister for 'Works, has done ' wonders in the reformation he has . , effected: and it is to be hoped he will , ' not only care for the comfort of dumb animals, but will do something to relieve - suffering humanity when travelling by , ; : rail. Because a man is unable to pay for a first-class carriage and its comforts, it is unfair and even cruel to compel him ' to ride in the ' present boxes, which are , unfit for beasts to travel in, except on the ' very shortest jouihey. ' ; We hope, too, that Mr. Sutherland's r i tenure of office will be lo...

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