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

ARE BEIJra CONVINCED JOHN. klBBY'8 Is the ciikapestwore in tip district. It is allowed by all who ha/e inspected my stock, learned my prices, and examined my systemNf doing braness, namely, for prompt cash, tliat more value can be obtained for tte money than at any other time in the history of Cootamuntfoi. j ESI53 I have JUST EECEIYEm large Ad well assorted stock of DRAPERY J&D ClWlllftG, all of which will be sold at my usual lghv prices FOE CASH. I AMWOFFERINt UNEQUALLED BARGAINS V V HOUSEKEEPING G/)0DS / CALIGDES ATO SHEETINGS FELT SKIRTS LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING AND READY (MADE ^LOTHING. FELT SKIRTS, fromA/6 each 1 GREY CALICOE^^j^e widths, from J&~ GREY SHEETHKKV JoTfrom 7d. per Wd. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS, from 7£d| TOWEMNGS, fron^fd J)er yard =ALHi^BRA OTTTLJSf/frmn '/' etieh WINCaYS, from 4£d. per yard TABLEDAMASK, wide width, IGd.^yd. Customers should nof fail to examine my stock of BLANKETS JKpD RL AN N E LS. I have constantly on hand a large stock of GiROGER Y, ...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR. J. W. M'CARTHY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR. J. W. MCCARTHY. On Saturday evening last a company of about thirty gentlemen sat down to a dinnor, laid out at the Albion Hotel in very credit able style given as a compliment to Mr. J. W. McCarthy, late teacher of the Cootamun dra Public School, on occasion of his leaving for his new appointment at Murrumburrah. Others besides those who were present had taken tickets, one of whom wrote to express regret for his personal absence, though he said he would be nresent in spirit. The dinner commenced shortly after nine o'clock. Mr. E. Barnes occupied the head of the table as Chairman, with the guest on his right ; and Mr. R. Jones filled the vice chair : besides whom there were present : — P. J. O'Donnell, Esq., J. P. ; Dr. Crabbe ;? Messrs. J. Barnes, T. 0. Brown, W. A. Byrne, R. E. Chapman, W. G. Denshire, — . Gray (Mr. M'Carthy's successor), E. 0. Hobbs, A. Mackenzie, J. S. Marks, M. J. Mullaly, F. Murphv, J. C. Neil, F. Pink stone, J. Piice, C. H. B. Primr...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 5.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. ) Monday, 5.15 p.m. The two charges preferred against Pastor Allen for illegally preach in a1 on Hyd(j Park were dismissed. Mr. David Buchanan will be a candi date for West Sydney under the new Elec toral Act. The Attorney-General will retire from the candidature for New town in favour of Mr. Alderman Fowler. Sir William Manning has been elected Chancellor of the University, vice Sir E. Deas Thomson resigned? Parliament will probably be prorogued during the present month. Beihungra has again assumed a lively appearance, owing; to the inhabitants of the calico township, viz, the platelayers, who are ?working at the head of the road, two miles this side of Junee, shifting back again. The contractors' motive, in their so doing, is, I believe, to lay the rails for the station yard, and also to thoroughly repair the line between here and Cootamundra, preparatory to the opening of the railway. On Wednesday, Mr. 'Whitton, the En...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mu. GitMiAU Com/run's report for week ending April ?1 :— No important alterations have taken place in the maize market. The arrivals continue good ; the quality, however, of the greater part is very inferior. Tho de mand for prime dry lots is very good, but for the green and inferior, there is a great difficulty in securing' a purohaser. Prom 2/9 to 3/6 is the general price for this quality, and on some few occasions 8d morn ' 'h been ob tained. Tho quotations for primn rango f. 1/- to 4/(3. There is only an occasional lot of old lmaae in tho market, for which there jr a ready sale at trom w- to G/9. Oats have been disposed of in largo quantities us high as ,1/0, Good Capo barley has veal ised tliestnuo figure. Tho dairy produco market Iuvh undergone a change since lust report; tho price for prime butter having receded from 1/- to (id. Tlio reduction bus hud tho Hi'cet of clearing tho market of hoiuo of tho gradually accumulating stock of infer, or. Tho demand...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. It will bo seen from reports elsewhere in our present issue that the Bland district has sutf ered from the late heavy rains. About our immediate neighbourhood the damage done was not generally heavy, but was so in particular cases. We hear that Mr. Webb, of Jindalee, had five dams burst, and farmers lower down the creek suffered similar losses in conscqnence. During the past week the ?weather has been warm and f avourable for field opera tions. TVIkrhrr. Rtiionoitii Altai and Maoxhnziii report bavins sold 400 wethers for Mr. Douglas to Mr. 11. B. Cartwright at'7/9. They have also trucked, for Sydney 91 head of cattle on account of Devlin arid Sons (H., J., and D. agents), 50 head on account of Mackenzie aud Archer (II., J., and D. agents), and 15)13 sheep on account of Mr. Thos. Elliott. Mr. W. A. Byiike reports having sold 100G mixed sheep on account of Mr. William Liiwler, of Cunningham creek, to Mr. Chidowla ; . also 2245 two, four, and six-toot...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

NEWS BY GABLE. [From tho Daily Papers.] London, April 2. The circular note despatched to the other Powers by the new British Minister . for Foreign affairs, the Marquis of Salisbury, has produced a strong sensation at the va rious European courts by its firm and un- ? mistakeable character. Russia has appa- : rently accepted the note as being tantamount to a declaration of war, and has given orders that her aruiy is to make prompt prepara- ? tions for actual hostilities. TfieEarl of Leitrim, William Sydney Cle mencs, tniruj^ari, nasoeen sriou aeaa Dy an assasin,' near his residence, Ealladopn, Oel bridge, county Kildare. His believed .that the murder was of an agrarian character-— probably committed by a discontented or . evicted tenant of his Lordship. Several arrests have been made. ' The unfortunate peer was an old man, ]'. upwards of 70 years of age. He is succeeded by his brother, the Hon. Charles Skeffling ton Clements. A royal message was received in both Houses of Parliament...

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

SYDNEY. (FRO?.t OUR OOltRESPONDENT.) The resolution carried by Mr. Hurley, of Hartley, to 'the effect that the Free Public Library and Museum be opened to the pub lic on Sundays, appears to bo keenly de precated' by a large proportion of citizens. Consequent iipon this a meeting has been held in the Protestant Hall by those opposed to what is termed by themselves the. dese- cration of the Sabbath, and at , which the Hon. ,S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., presided. A goodly number of clorgy men and.lay gentle men took their, seats upon, the platform, thus; evincing their entire sympathy .wifch the niee'tiug.; It was V.o'll attende.d, andj with the exception of a little cpinmofcion caused by the efferyesence of a - few- dissenting^ parties, ijassed off satisfactorily; the result boing that memorials signed by the chairman on behalf of the committee, and also by citizens, are to be presented to His Excel lency the Governor, the hon. the Legisla tive Assemby, and to the trustees of the Museum. As ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

v What is described by our contemporary the Gundagai Times as the largest and most enthusiastic public meeting that has been held in Gundagai since the meeting for a similar purpose some j'ears ago, as sembled at that place, pursuant to invita tion by advertisement and circular, on Wednesday afternoon, 27th ult. There ?were present gentlemen representing Gundagai and Adelong : but no one from Tumut. As far as Cootamundra is con cerned, arrangements had been made for representation at the meeting. The Vigil ance Committee had instructed their sec retary to go to the railway meeting and offer their co-operation in the movement : but the weather prevented his attendance. ' The meeting was addressed by the Chairman, Mr. James M'Evoy, J.P. ; Tarrabandra; Mr. J.P. Edwards, Ade long; Mr. James Rodd, J.P. ; Adelong and Mr. E. G. Adams, of Burra* Creek: and the following resolutions were unan imously passed :— 1. That in the opinion of this meeting the time has arrived, and the resources of ...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN. MAIL. Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows: — Cootamundra E.S. 5.30 a.m. Bethungra ? 8.15 p.m. „ P.O. 5.45 a.m. Junce ? 12 noon Cungegong ? 7 a.m. Wallaceton ? 1.30 p.m. Arriving at Wagga 'Wagga at 3 p.m. NORTHERN MAIL. Leaves daily, Saturday excepted, as follows : — Wagga Wagga ? 10a.m. Bethungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wauaceton .........11.30 a.m. Cungegong ? 5.45 p.m. junee ? .,..; ? 1.15p.m. CootainundraP.O. 6.45p.m. ' ; Arriving at the Railway-station at 7 p.m. ; ? - Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. : Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m.; arrives at Coota mundra at 6 p.ni.

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GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 9 April 1878

GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. Younff, June 8 ; Gundagai, June 21 ; Wagga, July 22 ; '' Yass, June 27. DISTRICT COURTS. Young, June 4 ; Burrowa, June 17 ; Gundagai, June 24 ; Wagga Wagga, July 23. RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Cnuncn of England :— Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wallendbeen, 3 p.m. — Rev. 'W. Cocks. Wksleyan : — Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 8 p.m. . Cootamundra, 7.30 p.m. — Layman. COOTAMUNDRA HERALD. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1878.

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE: SOUTHERN MA1I... Leaves daily, Monday excepted, as follows Cootamundra R.S. 5.30 a.m. Bethungra ? 8.15 p.m. „ P.O. 5.45 a.m. Junee ? ? ? 12 noon Cungegong ........ w ? 7 a.m. 3Vallaceton ? ? 1.30 p.m. - Arriving-at Wagga 'Wagga at 3 p.m. no'btherx mail. Leaves daiiy, Saturday excepted, as follows Wagga Wagga ? 10 a.m. Bethungra ? 4.15 p.m. Wallaceton ? ? 11.30 a.m. Cungegong ? ...,5.45 p.m. Junee ? ? ? 1.15p.m. CootamundraP.O. 6.45p.m. Arriving at the Railway-station at'7 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora at 5 p.m. - Leaves Temora Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arpves at Coota mundra at 6 p.m.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Thr following t-ible shows at a glance the times of de parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged : — ? LKAVK8 P.M. A.M. Cootamundra ? ? 7 45 6 0 Wallendbeen* '12 miles 813 6 28 3/-- 2/ Murrumburrali ? 25 8 40 7 5 G/3 4/2 ' ' Cunningar* ? i-3 . .8 58 7 13 7/- 4/8' Galong* ? ? 37 '9 22 7 41 9/3 6/3,: ? Binalong ? 45 9 44 v8 -2 11/3 7/6 Bowning ? 59 10 22 8 40 14/9 9/9 Yass ? 66 10 43 9 0 16/6 11/ Gunning ? 88 11 50 10 7 19/6 13/ Goulburn ? . .119 ?? ? 1 15 It 30 29/9 19/9 Arriving at Sydney at 6.5d-a.m. and 5.33 p.m. , ARRIVAL^ Traiua leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m.'ahd 6.20 p.m., arriving at p.m. p.k. Goulburn ? 134 miles;- :4; 23 1155 37/6 27/9 Gunning ? 165. . ? »6£-0S 120 45/3 38/- Yass ? ? .187 2 16 50/9 36/9 . Bowning ? ? ? 194 2 40 52/6 38/- Binalong ? 208 7'44 3 14 55/- 89/6 Galong* ? ? 216 8 4 8 34 55/9 40/- Cunnixigar* ? ....225 9 29 8 59 57/-* 40/9 Murrumburrah ...... 228 4 45 4 12 57/3 41/- 'VVallendbeen* ? 241 9 16 4 42 59/- 42/3 Cootamundra ...'. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

GIVE IT A TRIAL. CASTNBR'S MONTHL Y AND R URAL y~ AUSTRALIAN, A Reliabtound Popular Journal foi4 the Station, Farm '/l / Orchard, and Ho\isehold. f f ' For Old and Young. i t treats upon matters of Agriculture, Horticulture, . u -1 Floriculture, Dairy, Stock-raising, Veterinary Notes, Poultry, Bees, &c., and - . Architecture - -The Houseliold 'The Fashions Youths' Miscellany Literature Markets, &c. . 'Subscription,. 5/- a Year, in advance. Every! family should he provided with Castnefs Monthly. 'We have frequent acknowledgments of its value to its UNPRECEDENTED OFFER, OF rKBB ?' J: ' * ' To the subscribers, or a -\7- A T .TT A 'RT.E IFIEtlEriUEITXIM: . - To those who -will send a f LIST OF NEW SUBSCRIBERS Send for a specimen copy, and obtain all the particulars. JOHN L.v CASTNER, 5 Publisher and Proprietor, Office 166, Pitt-street, Sydney. ' Mutual Life Association of Australasia. -JrffTpryESTABLIBll-ED 1869. fMcoMforated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE,, jfir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

Dr. WAUGH'S CELEBRATED . BAKING-POWDER IS THE BEST. TO be. had Retail from all respectable Storekeepers throughout the Colony, and Wholesale from WILLIAM DAVIES, Sole Proprietor' and Manufacturer,' 0k-ulburn, N.S.W. £20 REWARD - TTTILL be given for information leading to the coiivic tion offljawretailer who subst^dftl-s ajrfpb&lls any other spiri^mdoy^e name of f J As sUWfpracticcs arc injurious to 'the reputation of the OZRIG-IZISr-A.ILj Genuine Article, which alone possesses the valuable medicinal qualities ascribed to it. An injunction against tlio sale of counterfeits lias been granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales under a penalty of £30,000, and wo wilmalce further LEGAL PROCEEDINGS against anyone DEALING IN IMITATIONS. We claim the assistance of the Public In carefully looking for our name on the top label of the wrapper of each bottle, and. in rejecting all other kinds, 110 matter under what pretence they are offered. The Gcimiiie Wolfe's Schnapps Is natural...

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LATEST NEWS. SAN FRANCISCO, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

LATEST NEWS. ' . San Francisco, March 18. Owing to tho arrival of a largo portion of tho English mail steamer did not leave- till eight hours after the usual time. Between 5000 and 6000 Oldham weavers are 011 strike. There is great distress in consequence. The' State of Maine has refused' to allow women to vote in municipal elections. Three of tho principal blocks of Panama city have been destroyod by fire. The loss is estimatod at 5,000,000 dallars. A flood at Sacramento Valley has done damage to the extent of 1,000,000 dollars. A powder mill has been blown up at Massachussets. Dead men's bodies were, strewn over several acres. Bismarck'shealth is again declining. The new Pope recently received a delega tion of parish priests, and recommended them to preach Jesus Christ and his life teachings, and guard their flocks against infidelity and the immorality generally prevailling as the result of a corrupt Press. Disturbances amongst the Swiss Guard continue. They aro fomented by fanati...

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DEATH OF A WEALTHY AUSTRALIAN SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

DEATH OF A 'WEALTHY AUSTRALIAN SQUATTER. Anglo - Au stralian' ' in the European Mai I says : — ? . ! have to chroncle the domiso, at tho a^o of 66, of ono of tho earliest and most suc cessful of tho pastoral settlors of Now South Wales- and Riverina,. in tho porson of Mr. John Peter, late of . -30, Park Lane, who died at Torquay on J anuary 28th last. His' health had been for somo time precarious ; and since tho year 1870, in which ho sat on the Com mitteo of Inquiry into tho. mode of cnndn^. mg tho wool sales, in London, as ono of tho representatives of Now Soiith 'Wales, lie had . been more or loss an invalid. His life affords pei haps ono of tho niost striking illustrations oi tho succoss attained by some of the oarlv pastoral tonants of tho crown. Tlio son of paronts in tho niiddlo walk of lifo in tho neighbourhood oi Glasgow, ho emigrated in tlio year 1839, with the intention of advanc '}*? I1!8 V^°rost8 »' tho \vorld; but so certain ly dul Ins family regard his speedy return t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SAN FRANCISCO AT AUCKLAND. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

ABKIVAL 01' THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SAN FRANCISCO AT AUCKLAND. (The IfevaUVs teleyniphk correspondents. J Wellington, Wednesday. Tins Oiwn Prince of Austria has visited America. Tho llussian now loan of 50,000,000 roubles was taken up immediately. The brothers Vernon, London stock brokers, havo failod. The deficiency is said to be half a million sterling in stocks. Tho Grand International Hurdle Race Han dicap at Croydon Avas won by Lord Lons dale's 'Vesper ; Ignatius second ; Royal Oaks third. The London Times says that nothing could speak more eloquently of the deaden ing effect of the apprehensions which havo filled Europe for many months than the cheapness of money in the Continental ;market. Wo have had no greater danger to. fear for a long time than this super ficially cheap credit at home and abroad. A newly founded communistic journal in Prance has been seized. General Grant entortainod the King of Greece aboard tho U.S. steamer Yandalia. Tho is a typus fever oi-idemic at St. P...

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SPORTING NEWS. BY TUEBOR. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

SPORTING NEWS. By Tuebor. RACING. LOCAL FIXTURES. Goulburn Autumn Meeting — May 1,2. The MuiTurnbldgoe Turf Club meeting lield at Wagga on Tuesday arcl Wednesday last, does not seem to have met with the support from the people of that town which the stewards' programme merited, the tradesmen witli some very few exceptions declining to close their houses of business for the half day, thereby at once putting a stop to . a general half-holiday,. and preventing very many who doubtless felt it very hard at being debarred the privilege of witnessing one of tho favourite sports and .pastimes. Tlie Wagga Express states the course was bare of the monte, under and over, and doodle-um-buck games ; also the pencilers seem to have been entirely represented by the local men, who did a very poor thing, not filling the leaves of those little books with a horse at full gallop on the cover. Not being able to go over, I take the following notes of the racing from the Express : — ' The pro gramme embra...

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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

OLLA PODBIDA. ?Judy's cook tells her,. though strange, it is true, that tho nutmeg (/ruler malcos the nut meg less. 'Why .is a good argument like a 'wild beast show ?-~l-ecause it is «(»-%/-:«/. A 'Warding. — 'No man. should marry,', says a contemporary intended specially i'or tho reading of the fair sex, 'except ho is in a position to provide a homo for his bride, in . Avhich tl.iore -is not only a deal table Imt also a walnut wood piano.'. This is a very pro per sentiment ; but oven then the subject is not exhausted, for many a marriage begins with rosewood and ends with pine. Tlio Russians, I hoar, recently iylvancod as far as Lubin. Wonder whether Piosso was Avit-h him. If so, tho invader Avould inevitably be* on the right scent. It Avas, I feci certain, an Irishman who advised a- mail afraid'to leave off card-playing because if hp lost, one day he was sure to win another, to play overy other day. , A miser named, -Parral, aged sixty -five, was recently^ found dead in his bed in...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

CRICKET. Oun cricketers during the past week com menced looking around them again ; practices were more frequent, and they finished the week with a one innings match, married v. single, which contrary to expectation termi nated in favour of the former, after a plea sant game, by 12 runs. The victory was mainly, if not entirely, due to Troy, who bowled and batted in splendid form. A de tailed account will be found below. I notice the following in the Tumut Times : — ' Owing to the lateness of the season, and perhaps partly to the conditions laid down by the -Tumut cricket club — viz., that the Jones Challenge Cup is to be regarded as held by the district, not by the club alone — we hear that the idea of a match between Gundagai and Tumut has been abandoned.' The expected match therefore is not likely to come off, for which I am very sorry. I see also in the Gundagai Times that Mr. James M'Evoy, of Tarrabandra, has most generously presented the Gundagai cricket club with ten guineas t...

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