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THE LAND. RESERVES FROM SALE FOR STOCK TRAVELLING. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
[?] EESE^rES FEOM SALE; FOR STOCK' .. : , TRA^TSLLINGr.- ! : ? , ' ' Laciil.vn' District. ; County of Harden, parishes of Cootamun dra. and Jindalee, on the road or , track; &pm Dinga,:Dingi to Cootamundra, .area about: 750 acres.. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing at thp; south-east comer of portion 223, parish . of Jindalee; and bounded thence by a line, forming partly the east boundary of portions 223 and 222 bearing north to the south-west ; corner of portion 297 ; thence by the . south boundary of that portion bearing, east and. part, [of the east boundary of, that portion bearing north to the south-west corner , of, portion 186 ; thence by tho south boundary of portion 18G bearing east to the south-east : 'cbrriej pf that ;pprti6rt';i thence ^byvthte ]east boundaijjrof portions 18.6, 183,, .tind 71 and - its northerly continuation bearing, north to the south boundary of ; portion 314 ; thence by. part of the south boundary of that por tion be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
J. & E. BAR NEB, COOTAMUNDRA STORE, Haye always on hand a large and varied stock of / / ✓ y-jstra. ©rapery, Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Iromiiou 'g'ery, Boots ami Slioes, &c. ; and haying received large consignments of Goods purchased under most fay onrable circumstances, by one of the firm during a recent visit to Sydney, are prepared 'to sell at EEDUCED PRICES. Eg!10 customers liberally dealt with. Agents for the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. ®. O'SULLIYAM, BOOTMAKER, Parker-street , Cootamimdra , EEGS to inf orm^thi6 ? inhabitants that ho has commeiweijt /msiness ; and hopes, by keeping the irc/t/iSiterial. that can be obtained, and by/ gcfetl workmanship, to merit a fair share of support. Good fit guaranteed. All repairs executed cheaply, neatly, ancl on the shortest notice. COOTAMUNDRA ~ COACH FACTORY, Opposite Cootamundra Hotel. N. C. STEUART , IS prepared to e^ciifre orders in Engineor ' ing, Wheel^g^tifta, Blacksmithing, Horse-shoeing, &...
HARD TIMES CONQUERED. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
HAED TIMES CONQUERED. Without being really, conscious of it, every one depends more or .loss on tho kindness and co-operation of . others for happiness or success in whatever is undertaken. But in the present state of financial affairs, ^h^yer looks for the helping % any. business prossiu'-o likely tfl fjnd a ' hpn in tho way' wniqi retards or oitfaroly prevents tho fulfil ment of their hopes. ^Ilard times' is no imaginary obstacle., To bo suro tho term may somptimes bo employed too readily as a yeaspn .or pxcuso for refusing deeds, yet no qnp dguhte its -Verity. Its.pyeasuyo is felt in ovpvy dppaytnipnt $ businoss a\\ over tW ppuntyy. ' ; . We pan spwepjy w^avo hstenprt to the pitopwuftwns young pwpfc whoso pwents, 'by hoivyy. , uve eoni* polled to reduce their oxponses and call upon their children to aid them at loast by tho ex orcise of a little .self-denial— children., who, like 'tho lilies of the, field,' till now woro never oallod upon ''to' toil or sjrin.' Their Heavenly Fath...
WRONG TO A FREE-SELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
. WEONG TO A FBEE-SELECTOE. I ?As a. ; political tody (-writes the Yass ' Courier) tlieiiree selectors of New South Wales^ are /not entitled to compliments. Pii 'tiie contrary, we are disposed to think that ; they are slumbering while their rights, and the inheritance of their ehil , : dreii, are 'being trampled upon by the. head of the Lands Department and his pliaiit' subordinates. Sometimes the sturdy' yeoman of the country have 'assembled and made themselves feared, if . pot respected, in political circles, both ./ inside and outside the walls of Parlia . , ment. , .Those days have passed, and - latterly, it seems, that they will neither individually nor collectively raise a voice agaiiist a Species of oppression which to day may be practised on the Queens land border, ' tb-morrow in Yass Plains, or in any other district of the colony. On the 7 th ..proximo : it is intended that one of the most cruel wrongs perpetrated under the Lands Act will be consummated at .Albury. On refer...
MR. HANLEY BENNETT'S LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
MR. HANLEY BENNETT'S LAND BILL. . The Land Bill introduced by Mr. Hariley Bennett last October for amending and con solidating the Land Laws may be briefly ex plained. Its chief object is the total abolition of the present system of selling crown lands by public auction ; and clause 15 of the bill reads thus : ?;??? it mi i aj ii ? a -i ? - . xnat on ana alter tne passing oi tins Act j it shall not be lawful to' sell any crown lands ] by public auction except town and suburban - kinds.' _ Next in importance to the above, we pre sume, is the classification of crown lands and the fixing of given prices on the differ ent descriptions according to value. This principle is, doubless, an excellent one ; but whether it is possible to give it practical effect it is difficult to say. It is one, how ever, well worthy of consideration, by our legislators when next discussing the laws for the administration of the public estate. The clause (26) embodying this principle reads as follows : ' Crow...
CULTURE OF BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
CULTUEE OF BABLEY.. (Illustrated Sydney News.) To grow a profitable crop of barley, it is necessary to choose a piece of rich, free soil, lying warm and free from stagnant moisture. The soil must be reduced to a fine state of tilth, at lea st two ploughings being necessary, and sometimes more, the ground being further worked, well with the harrow, or scuflier, and rolled to reduce the lumps. Finally, the seed should go in when the soil is in a state to give a quicK growth xrom tne start — neither very wet nor very dry. Then if the season should , prove genial, without excessive wet or drought, a heavy return may be looked for. Unless these condi tions be present, the yield will be poor. A stiff, cold soil is altogether unsuited for this crop, nor will it flourish on land deficient in strength. From this it will be seen that the choicest soil oil the farm and the best treatment are necessary. The price ordinarily ruling would, not appear to offer sufficient inducement to settlers to ...
FROM YASS TO WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
EEOM YASS TO WAGGA. ( Correspondent to Freeman* $ Journal. J ?My business brought me from Yaiss' to 'Wagga via Guncbagai; arid I travelled back'.to lBinalong by Cbotamundraand' M\n*rumburrah, and I must my ft more ' desolate looking ' cpuntry I have never. ; seen. . It would remind a person ,who h&s passed by the overland, route to Europe of the country about Suez or Aden. Not 'a vestige of verdure to bo seen in any , direction, and I was informed that the $ftck country towards the Lachlan is ',rfiv-$i -jyorse. All the cattle, and sheep - % 3 tli-it could travel have been taken away in quest of food and water. The water the people are obliged to use at Coota mundra is only fit for pigs to wallow in, aiid even that is so scarce that it is guarded day 'and night to prevent the cattle using it. If ah abundance, of rain does not fall within the next fortnight or three weeks, the whole of that fine, country from Wagga to Murrumburrah will be come one desert, for nothing is to bo ...
LOCKUP AND POLICE QUARTERS. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
LOCKUP AND POLICE QUARTERS. (TO TILE EDITOR.) Sir, — The question is often asked ' Why does the Government not call for tenders for the erection of the building to be used for the above purpose ?' It would well repay anyone to read the report of tho speeches of hon. members of the Legislative Assembly on kindred matters which were brought before them on a motion for adjournment on the 1st instant. It would there appear that the fault lies with the Colonial Architect's office, which is said by the parties most interested in saying so (the officers them selves) to be short handed, but by others to be amply officered but to be very inefficientlv conducted. But whatever be the cause, it is a scandal to any department of the govern ment that the money for works of such absolute necessity as this should be voted year after year and be allowed as constantly to lapse. Ajid it is very clear that this will continue to be the fate of all our promised improvements unless some heavy pressure is ...
MURRUMBURRAH. March 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
MURRUMBURRAH. (Correspondent to Ya'ss Courier./ March 3rd. A meeting of gentlemen interested in mark ing the contemplated opening of the South ern Railway to Murrumburrah was held this afternoon at Dillon's Commercial Hotel! It was well attended, and comprised the leading men of the town and neighbourhood. Great unanimity prevailed as to the desirability of showing that people of the district were fully alive to tho importance Of the fact they wished to celebrate, and the discussions that ensued had reforence only to the manner m which such celebration should bo carried out, Mr. T. A. Barnes occupied the chair. It was resolved, on the1 motion of Mr. D. II. Campbell, seconded by Mr; John Bourke, that the Ministry and the member for the Lachlan bo invited to a luncheon on the occasion of opening the line to Murrum . hurrah. It was next resolved, on tho motion of Mr. J. A. Muri-hy, ? seconded by Mr. 'W ^ Harris, that a committer following; Iw fWWW m w ? ojit ' | CivwplWlh j, S, l'xitto...
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. „ During the week the weather baa been changeable. -The early; part was hot, and the end cloudy, predicative of rain. On Thursday about 1 o'clock a steady shower of half an hour's duration fell, and again on Sunday during the day a light shower, fol lowed by about an hour's steady rain during the night but no greater quantity has yet . come to our share. Ploughing, which should generally commence towards the end of this month, will in most instances be delayed and consequently affected, if a general downfall does' not soon come. The district now as sumes a very dry and parched appearance, every particle of exposed grass being eatfen up by travelling sheep. . Business, owing to the generally bad condi tion of the district, is very dull, and there are no transactions of importance to report. Fat cattle and sheep, principally for local consumption, are somewhat in demand and very scarce, which is not to be wondered at considering the condition of the ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
? ? IMPOUNDINGS. ' ^a.t BinAIjONG, oil ,22nd' February:— Black colt, ' star and large snip, hind feot white, near knee bent in, pulled tail, HD°ver rrm^ir shoulder, 14/G;. creamy filly, pulled,, tii.il, -.#? black points, DA over LE near shoulder, 14 hands; bay horse, black points, black spots near cheek,, off hip fractured, ^ reversed over -TD near shoulder, broken, six years, 14^ hands, 10/6. To bo sold 15th March. ;At North Gundagai, on 20th February, 14/- each : — Chestnut mare, O near shoulder ; chestnut horse, blaze, EH near shoulder, - hind' legs white, saddle-marked; brown horse, star, , like Pr or Hr conjoined off 1 rump ;, bay, cob, star, W m off shoulder ; bay \ liorso HJ oyer N off shoulder ; brown filly 'j WO over F near shoulder. To bo sold loth | March. . . . At South Gunda;gai, on 18th February : -—black ? mare, star, like ^L or j[G near shoulder, 13/ ; chestnut horse, white face, like UJ' near shouldor, 17/; black horse, star and snqv,- hind feet white, saddle and c...
MONTHLY CALENDAR.—MARCH. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
MONTHLY CALENDAR— March. .PHASES OP THE MOON. Last Quarter . . ? . . fthj 8*6 a.m. 1 Ne-for Moon ? ? 1.5th, 12*58 p.m. ' First Quarter . . . . 22nd, 11*14 p.m. 1 ' ' Full Moon ..... .. 29th, 3*54 p.m.. , . Sun Days. Memoranda. h ' M. W y- cd CD rt* Ul CO 1 5*49 6*35 2 F. ? 5'50 6*34 3 S.' frol 6 '33 4 S. Third in Lent 5*52(3*32 5 M. 5*53 6*30 6 T. Melburne named 5* 53 6*29 % w. 5*54 6*28 . * 5*55 6*26 9 * 5*56 6;25 10 S. Australia discovered, 1606 5*67 6*24 11 S. Fourth in Lent 5*57 6*23 ? 12 M. 5*5 8 6*21 13 T. . 5*59 6*20 . 14 W.- ' ' 6* 0 6*19 15 Th/ : '6* 1 6*17 16 F. J Prince Napoleon b., 1848 6* 1 6*16 17 S. St;. Patrick's Day . 6* 2 6*14 18 S. 'Fifth in Lent 6* 3 6*13 19 M. 4 6*12 ? 20 T. ; - s 6* 4 6*10 ? 21 Wi' ? ? ''--V 6* 5 6* 9 ? - 22 Th.' Gqv^ Young ar., 1861 6* 6 6* 8 23 F. - ?' ' : 6' 7 6* 6 ? 24 S. 6* 7 6* 5 ? 25 Si Palm Sunday. Lady Day 6* 8 6* 4 26 M. - 5* 9 6- 2 27 T. Cook's statue begun, '69 6*10 6* 1 28 W. 6*10 6* 0 29 Th. 6*11 5*58 30 F. Good Friday 6*12 5*57 3...
ADELONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
ADELONG RACES.. The subjoined are the weights dieclared for the Adelong Cup and Town Plate CUP. ? ? st ft) Mr. T. DQwning's Rosebank, 4yrs ? 8 2 D. Hughes's Rinaldo, aged ? ? 7 10 T. Downing's Peeiv aged ........ 7 :6 II. Franklin's Miniaturq, aged . . 7 4 D. Hughes's Emerald, aged. ..... 7, 0 J. Luff's Gloncoe, Byrs. . / 1 ....... 7 0 R. Falders's' Transit, 6yrs. i ? ? 7 '? 0 R. Piper's Sir Frederick, 4yrsi . i . I 6 12 Si Daley's Rosebud, 4yrs. . . . .....' 6 10 D. Hughes's Small Trade, 3yrs. 6 2 TOWN PLATE. Mr. T. Downing's Rosebank . . . ... . . 8 4 D. Hughes's Rinaldo. .... 7 12 T. Downing's ?Peer.'. . . .... ? . . 7 8 II. Franklin's Miniature ...7- ft D. Hughes's Emerald . . . S . . , v v . ?% ^ J. Luff's Glencoe f § R. Falders's Transit . . ... . . , , , , f ' D . .HughesV t ' . p 1 ,, . ;;-* ; ^ g, o 'III ???!? ? ? ! ! ?
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. At Gudagai. — Henry Metcalf, 80 acres, Kimo; Angus M'lvinnon, 42 acres, Wan tied; Jolio O'Sullivan, 120 acres,' Money. Money ; John Quinlan, 300 acres, Chidowla ; Stephen 'White, 160 acres, Billabong ;? James Bess, 100 acress, Merribindinyah ; .'William Shaw, 40 acres, Burra; James , Robinson, 280 acres, Kimo. . : - The following selections were taken up at the Gundagai Land-office yesterday:— Peter Stumpf, 40 acres, Chiedowla ;. James Han ley, 40 acres, Chiedowla ; Thomas Quinlan, 40 acres, Cullengar ; Leah Howe, 140 acres, Bundarbo ; Edward Lloyd, '80 acres, Cunge gong ; Lawrence Roche, 40 acres, Chie dowla; 'William Henry Shaw, 40 acres, Burra. — Gundagai Times, March 9.
LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE, GUNDAGAI, On Tuesday, April 3. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
LAND; SALES,; . ~~ AT THE 'POLICE, GUNDAGAI, v On Tuesday , April 3. Country Lots . Lots A and B, 40 acres each, c. Buccleuch, p. Wagara, adjacent to tho eastprn boun daries of portions. 63 and 68 of 40 and 50 acres respectively.- 'Wagara run. - Upset price, £1 per acre.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
How to tell the Age of a Sheep. — A sheep's iront toeth the first year are Oight in number, appearing all of - a size ; ..second year the two middle ones are shed out and are replaced by two much largor than the others';- 'third year, -two 'very small' ones appear— orie^ti'-oitlier side of the eight ; at the end of. the f ourta year there aife six:mrge teeth; fifth year -all the fronts-teem are large ; sixth year all begin to show - vije&r — not till then.-— Bufr'angong Chronicle, ]
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 March 1877
IMPOUNDINGS. At North Gundagai, 011 26th Febru ary, 19/6 ; — Bay horse, star, S over S ^ over I Hrj (both reversed)' near shoulder, off hind fetlock white, broken. To be sold 22nd March. - . At Binalong, on 3rd March : — Bay mare, stripe in face,' DB near shoulder, broken, aged, 14£- hands, 11/6 ; bay filly, star, a little white on near hind foot, heart over Q near shoulder, pulled' tail. '14' Hands, 10/. To bo sold 22nd March. ^
LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic ? Correspondent. J ? .'.'..'' Sydney, Thursday. His Excellency informed -the Premier at ?thi:ee: ' o'clock to-day that in. 'consequence of what had tnmspii'ed sinoe Thursday last ho declined^ to act n^oh the advice I tendered .* l)y ; his ' V anini^ters, and |j 'would net dissolve ?parliament.- It? ? ???'???? ??? ? f-^-'-.v:--v':: ,-?v-'v '. The House divided this morn ing at two. .'Supply was refused b v thir try-three to twentv-seven, notwithstanding the accession to the Government ranks of Messrs. Warden, Charles, and Long. The House immediately afterwards ad journed. Ifriday. The House met yesterday, when the Premier^ intimated that his Excellency the Governor declined .to dissolve Parliament, and Minis ters have consequently tendered their resignations. The House adjourned till Tuesday. Archbishop Polding died this morning at seven o'clock. Sydney, Monday, 4.oO p.m. The completion, of the railway extension to. Orange throws eight h...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. ' DOWN TRAILS LEAVE . Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 10 a.m. and 5*25 p.m. ? Parramatta Junction, .13; miles, 10*34 a.m.- and 5 '58 p.m.; fares, 2/-' and 1/4 ? ?? . ? Fairfield, 18 miles, 10*48 and 6*11 ; 2/9 and; ; l/io . : : Liverpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and 6*26 : 3/8 and 2/5 . ' ?' ? Cainpbelltown, 34 miles, 1 1 *40 and 7*0; 6/9 and 4/5 - Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and' 7/16 ; 8/6 and 5/6 .; ; , . . Picton, 53 miles, 12--40 and 7*58 p.m. ; 12/. and 7/6 ' ' . . Mittagong, 77 miles, 2*10 and 9-25 ; 19/6 and 13/6 ?-?? ' ?? Bowral, 80 miles, 2*18 and 9*33: 20/6 and '. 14/6 .. ; . .- , -..: .?????:.? . Moss Vale, 86 miles, 2*35 and 9*50; 22/3 and 15/9 . . Marulan, 114 miles, 3-45 and 10*56 : 31/ and 22/9 ' ; Goulbum, 134 miles, 4*40 and 11*55 ; 37/3 and 27/9 Bredalbane, 149 miles, 5*35 and 0*30 a in. : 41/3 and .30/6 Gunning, 16o miles, 6*43 and 1'14 ; 45/3 and Yass, 187 miles,' 8*12 and 2*13: 50/9 and 36/9 , Bo^oiing, 194 miles, 8*55 and 2*36 : 52/6 and 38/ ? Binal...
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ' . ' Sydney Mail. The Sydney mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Arrives at Murruniburrah at 4.80 a.m. Leaves Mumunburrah at 4.40 a.m. Leaves Wallendbeen at 7 a.in. '?? Arrives at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.m.' Leaves Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. ? Cungegong at 10 a.m. ? Bethungra at 11.45 a.m.. ;, ? Junee at 3.15 p.m. ? Wallaceton at 5 p.m. Arriving at Wagga at 7 p.m. 'Wagga Mail. The Wagga mail, on Monday, 'Wednesday , and Friday, ^ Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. ? — ? Wallaceton at 8 aim. ? — Junee at 10 a.m. ? Bethungra at 11.30 a.m. ? Oungegong at 1 p.m. Arrives at Cootamundra at 3 p.m. Leaves Cootamundra at 3.30 p.in. . ? Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. . Arrives at, Miimimburrah at 8.30 p.m. Leaves MuiTumburrah. at 8.40 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Arrives at Temora on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Leaves Temora on Thursday at_6 a.m. Arrives at Cootamundra Thursday at 7 p.m. Letters, &c, intended for despatch 'by any of the above mails must be posted ...