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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Thk following table shows at a glance the times of do parturo and aixival of trains and the fares charged : — LEAVES P.M. A.M. Cootamundra ? 7 45 6 0 Wallendbeen* ? 12 miles 818 6 28 8/- 2/- M\UTUmb\u.'rah ? 25. 8 40 7 5 6/3 4/2 Cunningar/* ? 28 8 58 7 18 7/- 4/8 Galong* ? 87 9 22 7 41 9/3 6/8 Binalong ? 45 9 44 8 2 11/3 7/6 ' Bowning ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 Yass ? 66 1043 9 0 16/6 11/- Guhning ? 88 11 50 10' 7 19/6 13/- Goulbunv. ? 119 1 15 11 30 29/9 19/9 Aniving 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.k. Goulbum ? ....134 miles 4 23 1155 87/6 27/9 Gunning ? 5 ? 165 ? 5 50 120 45/3 38/ Yass ..:........, ? 187 6 47 216 50/9 36/9 Bowning ? 1 194 7 10 2 40 52/6 38/-' Binalong ? 208 7 44 814 55/- 39/0 GalonK*...... ? :216 8 4 8 84 515/9 40/ Civnningar* ? 225 ? 9 29 8 59 57/- 40/9 MuiTumburrah ? .228 4 45 412 57/3 41/ 'Wallendbeen* ? 241 916 4 42 59/- 42/3 Cootamundra ? 253 ? 9 45 512 60/6 43...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

GIVE IT A TRIAL :yCA8TNER8 MONTHLY AND RURAL AUSTRALIAN, ~ A Reliable and Popular Journal for the Station, Farm Orchard, and Household. \/ . For Old and Young. t XT treats upon matters of Agriculture, Horticulture, .- JL nonculture, Dairy, Stock-raising, Veterinary Notes, y'; ? Poultry, Bees, &c, and ' ' :. Architecture s,.;,' The Household - -??-?? The Fashions W Youths' Miscellany 1 - ? ' Literature ? -'' ' ?????* Markets, &c. fcf» Subscription, of- a Year, in advance. '. Every family should be provided with Castner's Monthly. ' ^WShave frequent acknowledgments of its value to its readers. ' * .?' ? — UNPRECEDENTED OFFER OF SEED'&I 3=* 3R» JE3 3EI To' the subscribers, or a To those who will send a LIST OP NEW, SUBSCRIBERS* Send for a specimen copy, and obtain all the particulars. JOHN L. CASTNER, Publisher and Proprietor, Office 166, Pitt-street, Sydney. Mutual Life Association of - Australasia. &$* Established 1869. Incorporated by Act of Parliamen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

Dr. 'WAXJail'S OELEBBATED BAKING-POWDER XS T3HCE3 EIE3ST. TO be had Eetail from all respectable Storekeepers throughout the Colony, and Wholesale from WILLIAM DAVIES, Sole Pbopbietob and Manufaciubeb, GK-ulbuxn, N.8.W. .;..ifc,,,-3lt.,tnjE g £^ REWA^ '^7ILiL lie gjwen jqiUi^Imiatipft ^ading^iwftl lu ? cuiirtc * v tionjfrany JtefctflSTwho QR^titiites und sells any oilier spu^uiutotho name of ^WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, As such practices are injurious to the reputation of the Genuine Article, which alone possesses the valuable medicinal qualities ascribed to it. An injunction against the sale of counterfeits has been granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales under a penalty of £30,000, and we will take further LEGAL PROCEEDINGS against anyone DEALING IN IMITATIONS. We claim tho assistance of the Public In carefully looking for our name on the top label of the ?wrapper of each bottle, and in rejecting1 all other kinds, no matter under what pretence they arc offered. The Genuine Wolfe's Sc...

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GREAT DESTRUCTION IN THE BURRANGONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

GEEAT DESTRUCTION IN THE BUE EANGONG DISTRICT. .It has not been our lot for- somo years past to witness 'such :i heavy rain as that ,we an nounced as falling 'on Tnesday last, and which, continuing steadily throughput that night, came down with increased force dur ing Wednesday morning, causing the-'streots to be flooded, Burro wa-stroet, in particular, which for a long time was not crpssable, and turning Main Creek into a foaming torrent; This latter had roachod a height, about noon which it had not reached for tho last sixteon years, find the debris carried on its' /waters.- was almost ; -beyond ...euumeratun— logs of wood of great size, pumpkins and; water! melons by' hundreds, and one unfortuno bullock, were only a few of its items. As proof of to whnt height the- flood here must have reached, wo may: state' tliat, .now the waters have subsided, banks of sands, of, five or six feet -high, mayjbo perceived in their former course. /\ ' On the road l-f-t.\vop.;i here ,; and 'W^omba...

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FLOOD AT MARENGO. Wednesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

FLOOD AT MARENGK). Wednesday morning. Raining heavily. ' The Marengo crook was a 'banker' last night, and one of its tri butaries known as ' Morgan's gutter,' and which cuts right across the main street, is again impassable, the several drayloads of wood, stones, earth, &c, thrown in a short' timo ago, being again washod away, leaving no communication between north and south Marengo except by a narrow slippery plank, very dangerous for many of the children at tending the public school or going to the post-office. A pressure should be put upon the contractor, for . the culvert to proceed with it as rapidly, as possible ; meantime ho should make the ?' gutter' temporarily safe for passengers. 2 p.m. Heaviest flood ever known in Marengo.; considerable damage has been done. In re ference to my remarks about the culvert, I am happy to state that the contractor, Mr. Henry Buttonshaw, has commenced opera tions. Beaumont's wool- washing apparatus Mras carried away about ten. minutes...

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SPORTING NEWS. BY TUEBOR. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

SPORTING NEWS. By Tuehor. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. Mumunbidgbe Turf Club— Anvil 0, 10. Goulburn [Autumn Meeting— May ly 2. The late moeting at Cootiunuhrlra closed for a time alltHblocal meetings, the iiox.t being' oil the Otliuiicl 10th April, nt Wagga, where the 'MitrnnnWclgee Turf 0!ub have offered an inviting progrfimiaip , to owners ot' horses. 'TJio1 Autumn Han^ic'apBiimilfJ'fio.a^gpod rnco. Jokes, Lriuwine, and' Seanrlar met recently at Turn nt, the first, named pulling oft1 the ttvo -big events therov with 9ast '51b. '.. up, and will meet- the Wanip sbt .agiiiti with one or two added, and one dangerous cer tainly in Quickstep, who, howeyeiy will have to carry a 51b. penalty on account of ;her winning the Cootamundra T^ii'll.'^i'ub.Handi cnp. But I shall look for the- winner in ono oi these two, Quickstep for prqferpnco.' ,;'. The Tuiii'.-T-Tho following .^orses have arrived in Wagga, and are located at Mr. Hopkins Royal Ilotol --Mr. T. Coffey's b g Orpheus, Mr. G. Lintoff's b...

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FLOODS ON THE BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

' FLOODS ON THE 33.LAND. CCorrenjio'rident Jiurranyony Arym.) On Sunday and Monday, 24th and '2oth March, vory cloudy. On' Tuesday' it com . menced raining, and continued to pour until Wednesday night, about midnight. :- We had about 5000 sheep in the yards, for tho .purpose of drafting ..and fire branding.. Thursday morning' we went to work and found the water rising rapidly, and by six ?in'f.TiA o'vAniTib' hiid f,o shift all: the sheen to the top yards, farthest away from the water.. We had almost to swim our j horses when coming home to the house, distance about one mile. After tea I thought it well' to go and look at the dam close to Messrs. Jamieson' s houso, fearing that it would . give way, and, if so, would be too. soon realised, and so started two men up to tne shedi yards where the sheep were, tolling them to turn all the sheep out, if any danger. Fortun ately I had kept three horses in the stables ' in case we should want them. I believe this saved, the 5000 sheep, for at...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

CRICKET. What appeard to rue a short time ago, that. Oootamuridra was the most enthusiastic cricketing communityit had ever been my luck to be amongst, is beginning to wear off in my mind ; the practices are-riot so. freeze at and the pooplo are not- found so ready to con vorse- upon the topic since the lvturiv of the team from Tumut. I siipposo it must' in a great measure be caused through the imag ined bad treatment they received at tlie hands o f som e o f the cricketing team tli ey ' last met. T .nrvfa'i'fi f.lu- 'Tinnnt ??'Piriietf have tiiken brent. offence at the report of the match as pub;-' lishcd.in the Gootcnnundra Hundd, designating the reporter of that journal as a 'caddishly dispo.e 1, scurrilous inksliuger.' I must say I like tue remark-; and looking at' it fro ma cricketing point of view, should saj^it would greatly tend' to do away with any little unpleasantness that might have occured during the late match. : but after reading the article referred to by the Times o...

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AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 17th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

- AT COOTAMUNDRA. f ' '' jOn Wednesday, Ylth April. Country Lots: Lots A and B, portions. 29 and 30, 44a^ 3r and -79ar2r, c Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining . the southern arid eastern boundaries of B. Moon's conditional purchase No. 24, and part of theeastel^bouridary of A,. Ball's condi tional purchaee No. 25, Merribindinyah run. Lots 0 to E, portions 51, 53, and 55, different ? areas, c. Clarendon, p. Boree, ' adjoining arid near the western boundary of portion 22 and J. Morris's conditional pur chase No. 54, and the eastern boundary of portion 70. Lots F to H, portions 65 to 67, various areas, c Clarendon, -p. j Boree, adjoining the northern and eastern boundaries of A. ,.. M'Lean's conditional, purchase No. 64, and * adjacent to the southern boundaries of por tions 56, 68, and 69. Lot I, portion 73j 82a 2r, c. Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining the eastern boundary of J. Morris's conditional purchase No. 60, and western boundary .of portion 72, Jerilgam beth run. ? Lots J and. %,. po...

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. The 175 yards race between Prince, of Newr castle, arid Wright, of ,Lampt6n, was rim on tho high road at Newca,stle on Saturday! week last. A good deal of speculation took place on the event, and at tlie appointed time for starting there could not have been less than a thousand people on the ground, who^ manifested tho greatest excitement. The conditions of the stake were :— -Prince to de posit £100 against Wright's £75, the former being favourite at two to one. At the sound nl' +,ho ni«?l;ol hnth mp.n nbirtori on verv ovfin terms ; Wright. after going twenty yards had a slight lead,. which, he increased until about 125 yards had been covered, when Prince with a spiendid spurt, passed his man, and breasted the tape a grand race two yards in advance of him. ' ? ? From tho Parkes correspondent to the S. M. Herald, we notice Applett's backers have challenged Watson, of Scone, or Carver, of Murrurumdi,' or any other man in Aus tralia, for £200 aaide, giving or taking £50 ...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 17th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, Ylth April. Country Lots: ^Lots A to N, portions 12 to 25, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yerrai, on 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 the 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;'chaihs wide. v-/-i- ?'??'' —???;?- Lots O to Q, portions 30 to 32, various c. Bland, p. Yerrai, on the road from Morangarell to Young, and adjacent to the 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, various V-. areas, c. Bland, p. jYerrai, on the left bank of the Balabla creek, and extending from the eastern boundary of travelling stock reserve No. 1,261, up the creek about 2£ miles, Moonbucca run. . ?-? r :y - Lots Y and Z, portions 16 and 17, c. Bland, ' ...

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

ROWING. Sculling- Championship.— The* sculling champion of America, Charles E. Courtney, appears anxious to . contest a match with Trickett for the championship of the world, and, from the wording of a telegram re ceived by Trickett, he appears to entertain a belief that oureharnpion is prepared to go to America to row. The message is dated Auburn, New ,York, March 31, and runs as follows:— 'Race accepted by me for £1000 aside. Trickett ' allowed £300 expenses. Water on which the race shall be rowed to be left to me. Charles E. Courtney, Cham pion of America.' Trickett informs us that he does not entertain any idea of leav ing the colony to row a sculling match at present; but he is quite willing to giye to f jourtney the same terms as he, provided the match takes place in Australia. — Evening News.

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT WAGGA WAGGA. On Wednesday, 10th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. 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/. O» Wednesday, 1st 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 Q, portion 89, 40a, o. Clarendon, p. South Junee, ad joining the western boundary of A. Montgomery's conditional purchase No. 88, and adjacent to the.south-ejastern corner of 0. Blotch's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

Travelling to Wagga Wagga. — A spe cial train ran on Sunday morning from the Cuotauiundra railway-station, ,to a point on the Southern lino, near Junee, a distance of 284. miles from Sydney. The' object of this despatch was to: convey his Honor Sir James. Martin, CJ.;, the sheriff, and gentlemen of tho legal profession,, ;to Wagga Wagga, in order to be present there to open the assizes oil Monday morning at the appointed hour. The party were conveyed by coach from near Juneo, and arrivod at their destination at about 6 o'clock: on the same evening. So that, with the present railway appliances, the distance from- Sydney' to Wagga Wagga can be travelled in twenty-four hours. — Evening News. Diseases in Sheep Act of 1866. — The following gentlemen have, on ? the nomina tion of the Chief Inspector of Sheep, been appointed directors for the undermentioned districts respectively. Wagga Wagga : — T. M. Hammond, Esq., Junee ; W. O. Winde yer, Esq., Wantabadgery ; Richard Cox, Esq., Manar; J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

Hou-owWs Ointment and Pills. -Gout, Rheu matism, Soiatia.— -Thoso maladies mo always' more or lrss ooniiected with disorder oi- disease of the ditrestive ?orgiuw, ??nonces the facility with which tlu-y yield loHollo.. wtv'8 remedien.- Tthiporary nllcviatdn immediately j foUuwfi i the proper ri .plication of this soothing ointment, : whilu the pi)lv, taken internally, redupo the digostivo ?tunctions to order and avert all mUanjnutory tendencies .Ijeryous invalids will derivo caso and oousolation fioni ; thojnnuenco of these lneda^morit', which are free from i meioiiry and nil noxious ingredients. Holloway's ccle ; brated ointment and pilla present, at a trifling outlay, tho , moans j)f ? preserving the health or uprooting diseases jvluoh have assailed thfi body through aqoWcnt. huury. UnaokiMie.QjrQther causes,, Q ' ^'

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A TOUR ROUND NEW CALEDONIA. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

A TOUR BOUND NEW CALEDONIA. (Written for this Journal.) ( CONCLUDED. ) Another start made, and we now leave the mining and what has principally been a* very rough country for a more fertile, undulating, agricultural one. Numerous islands have to be circumnavi gated, some of them very line sheep and ? ? goat rearing ones, most of them being let for that purpose to different mer filimita in 'Mmmnoii ixrlirk m«lre* row Tinnrl * ' some returns from the same ; tho French * Government riot allowing any person to purchase the freehold -, of . the same, but for what reason I was never able defi nitely to v determine,, .unless they thinlc they would be .of service as a means of defence in case, of war : but I think the probable, reason is they are afraid con victs would escape from the main land to them, and thus by a person having a ' vessel calling at them regularly for pro ? - duce these gentlemen, who are otherwise particularly well guarded would find a ready mode of leaving a country th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. nPHE above Bank has OPENED A ? X , BRANCH at Cootamundra. for the transaction of all usuaLbanking business. . AGENCIES throughout- tlio world. , The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. . ? . Cootamiuidra, . 30th January, J 877. DR. '13* G. I VI MY, \ L.AiO.L.,M.R.C.S.,andL.M.B.S.,. . (A legally Qualified Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted' DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. , ?, Strongitliarm & Mackenzie, \ STOCK, STATION, AND '? COIMIIMIISSIOjfcT -A-GKEnSTTS., COOTAMUNDHA. SV3R- JOHiS RUSSELL, SOLICITOR, &c, Burro wa-s'mieet, Young, Attends Cootamunf ra every Court day. ? DR. - J.'B. CRA BB E , M.D., CM. (UNIV. EDIN.}, (A le'gally qualified Medical Practitioner), 1\/TAY BE CONSULTED by patients :;t JjX. their 'private residences uv at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootniuundni. C00TAMU.NDBA. MR. FRANK~!ViURPHY, V . SOLICITOR, &c. '??;?. s?y -Office : — Albion Arcade, Parker-street. . {^Attends at Murriunburr...

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THE FARM. FARM TALK FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

THE FARM. FARM TALK FOR THE MONTH. ('From Castncr^ s Rural Australian.) Dairying should be a profitable branch of agricultural husbandry in this colony. That it is not generally so is owing to tho fact that attention to its 'requirements has not been accorded to. No breed of cattle specially adapted for dairy-purposes has boon sought for ; and no attention has boen given to the subject of producing fodder for tho cows during periods of drought, or other times of scarcity.' A largo portion of tho buttor. that reaches tho. Sydney market is produced by persons totally oblivious to any improvement on the plan of periodical star vation for their cows. The idea of culti knocked into their brains. During tho late x dry seasons many instances might be shown in. which valuable dairy cows were starved to death, whoso owners were sending good oaten hay to market weekly. In some of these cases the hay would have saved .. ^ the lives of cows worth more than twenty times the money realised for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

Business cares and overwork are apt to reach disadvantagooiisly' upon mind and body» producing lassitu'do, depression, and loss of flesh1. Under such circumstances the systeni requires to be reimbursed fpr the excessive wear arid toafV)fbvain and physic. The safest, surest and pleasantest com pensating agent that can possiby be used is Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam' 4rQ.matic Schnapps, ' f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

The Drapery -£5 Bales Again! CAEEIAQE PAID BY MAIL. PLEASE OBSERVE. TriE Prices named against th& 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. Please send for Price Lists and Samples. For Ladies. 15 yards beautiful Black Silk for 60/ 15 yards Coloured Japanse Silk for 20/ .12 yards Silk Lustro Alpaca for 13/ 10 yards Persian Cord for Habits for 18/ 10 yards White Lace Muslin for 6/ 10 yards New Printed Muslin for 8/ 12 5'ards Fancy Coloured Grenadine for 9/ A Lady's Print Costume, complete, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fischu, 16/ Ladies' Chemises, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Ladies' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ ' j ~- Ladies' Night Dresses, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7/ ^r f Ladies' Petticoats, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, ...

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