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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 15th May. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, loth May. Country Lot : Lot A, portion 183, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. South Gimdagai, on the left bank of the Tumut River, ; and adjoining the southern boundary of Andrew J ames Pollock's condi tional purchas&No. 182^ of 40. acres, ' Tarra bandra run. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. m. Lot B, portion 191, 38a, c. Wynyard, p. South Gundagai, on the left bank of the .* Tumut River, and' adjoining the northern and western bonndaries of James M'Evoy's conditional purchase No. 189 of 40 acres, Tarrabandra run. ^ ? Lot C, portion 143, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. v, Tarrabandra, adjoining the western bound \ ary of John Kelly's conditional purchase \ No. 62, and the northern boundary of Thos. ^Jones's conditional purchase No. 51, Tarra ^frandra run. ^Lots D and E, portions 48 and 49, 42a 3 anffe.63 2r, c. Clarendon, p. Claris, adjoining the wfistern boundary of H. C. Beveridge's conditional purchase No. 28, and adjoining th' vestern and adjacent to the southern b...

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PEDESTRIANISM. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. COMING EVENTS. Ashman and M'Lerinori, 100 yards, £50 a side, Parramatta Junction, April 20. Watson and Carver, 200 yards, £400, Maitland racecourse, May'8. The long-talked-of foot race between Keeffe of Queanbeyan, and Graham of the Little River, for £40, came off in Sampson's pad dock, Yass, on Saturday. A good deal of interest had been taken in the event, and at the appointed hour there were nearly one hundred nersons nresent. The distance to be run was 200 yards. Mr. Hector Keeffe officiated as starter, and Mr. Harper as judge. The two men having toed the scratch, Mr. Keeffe got them away to an excellent start, but before they had proceeded twenty yards Keeffe, who was the favourite throughout, was leading, and from that to the finish the race was over, as Graham never even challenged his opponent, who came in a winner by between four and five yards. The stakes were paid over at the' Salutation Inn that evening, and there was considerable talk of another match bein...

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AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 17th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, Ylth April. Country Lots : Lots A and B, portions 29 and 30, 44a 3r and 79a 2r, c. Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining i the southern and eastern boundaries of B/ Moin's/Cohditional purchase No. 24, and part 'v' of the eastern boundary of A. Ball's condi tional purchase No. 25, Merribindinyah run. Lots C to E, portions 51, 53, and 55, different areas, . c. Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining and 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 portions 65 to 67, various areas, c. Clarendon, p. 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 5i5, 68, and 69. * ' i . Lot I, portion 73, 82a 2r,-'0. Clarendon, p. Boree, adjoining the eastern boundary of J. Morris' s . conditional pui-chase No. 60, and western boundary of portion 72, Jerilgam h'etH run. Lots J and K, portions 74 a...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

CTO THE EDITOR.^ \ ? / Sir, — From a paragraph that appeared -in the Tumut and Adelong Times , I was led to procure a copy of your journal containing what professes to be a report and comment ?of the match of Cootamundra v. Tumut for the Jones Challenge Cup, played in Tumul on the 9th instant. The vulgarly offensive tone and unfounded insinuations contained in that effusion I consider unworthy of my notice. I shall state a few facts to 'Drove that the assertions made in the article I re fer to are one-sided and untrue. The match was arranged for one day only, as you could have found by reference to the secretary of the Cootamundra cricket club ; the secretary of the Tumut club having notified him that the races Were next day. Half-past ten o'clock, not ten as you say, was the advertised hour for play to . commence (and no match has yet ever been commenced here or else where before 1 1 o' clock for the cup) . The Tumut eleven, out of consideration for the Cootamun dra players, held a...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. On Wednesday, 1st May. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. On Wednesday. 1st May. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 154, 40a,, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, adjoining the western boundary of portion 155, and adjacent to part of the ; V eastern boundary of J. Gibb's 200 acres, No. 61, Berthong run. Lot B, portion 65, 27a 2r, c. Bland, p. Milong, adjoining the western boundaries of T. Whiteman's conditional purchases Nos. 11, 12, and 13, Milong run. Lots C to G. nortiona 52 f.n 29. vnrirms areas, c. Bland, p. Balabla, on and near both banks of Balabla Creek, and adjacent to. the southem and western, boundaries of portion 25 of 320 acres, upper Balabla run. Lots H to I, portions 32 and 34, 169a lr, and 85a, c. Bland, p; Balabla, on and near both banks of Balabla Creek, respectively adjoining the western and eastern bound aries of portion 32 of 100 acres, upper Bala bla run. -Lot J, portion 121, ,128a 3r, c. Bland, p. Balabla', adjoining the northern boundary of portion 22, lot E of this sale, and southern boundary of portion 3, upp...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

±3KT 3MC3ES3MC03ES.X^.XKE. Mother, sister, thou art gone before us, -And thy saintly souls hove flown - . . Where tears ,are wiped from evory eye ? And sorrow is unlmowo. : From the buvden of the flesh, And from care and fear released, 'VV here the wicked cease from troubling And the weary are at rest. The toilsome way tliou'st travelled o'er, ,-w ~ And borno the lieayy load ; ? But Christ liath taught thy languid feet To reach his blest abode : And, tliei'O tliou'rt sure to meet the good * Wlioin oil earth thou loved'st best, W here the wibked cejuso from troubling Ajk\ the weai-y are at rest. , . . » , /\Enrth to earth' and ' dust to dust,' ' ' ' The soleinh priest hatli said ; And we laid the turf above you, ' ? ?? ? t. Vi? And'sealed thy narrow bed. - ? Thy spirits, mother, sister, soar away Among the' faithful Ablest, ' Where the. wicked cease from troubling And the weal'y are at rest. . ' ? And'when the Lord shall siimmon us f Whom thou hast left behind,' , , May we, untainted...

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

THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. . I 2 rPHE above Bank has OPENED A fl * J J X BRANCH at Cootamundra for the A / I V transaction of all usual banking business. J ' AGENCIES throughout the world. ' The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. ^ Cootamundra, ? 30th January, J 877. DR. T . fcC I VI MY , i L;A.O.L„ M.RV.I., and L.M.B.S., (A legally QuaHfifdwtedical Practitioner,) MAY be consulwjrf DAILY at the Star Hotel, CootanJhdra. Strongitharm & Mackenzie, i ./ STOCK, STATION, , A /3 AN® I y S? I COMMISSION ? -A-G-EHsTTSp | V COOTAMUNDKA. DR. J. B. CRABBE, I M.D., C.M. (UNIV. EDIN.), ' ^ ijs . (A legally qualified Medical Practitioner), *6 V I \/TAY BE CONSULTED by patients at , f M. their private residences or at his own residence, Cooper-street, Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA. , . MR. FRANK MURPHY, tV\ SOLICXTOE, kc. J ij ^ ' Office: — Albion Arcade, Parker-sti-eot. I / ' Attends at Murrumburrah EVERY r COURT DAY. T. M'BEATH, A BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, m s J ^ TT AS alw...

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ENGLAND AND THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

ENGLAND AND THE DARDANELLES. THE Morning fost, remarking upon tho Turkish refusal to allow the British fleet to pass the Dardanelles, observes that a fatal mistake has been succeeded by a great humiliation. For the second timo a British fleet has been turned back from tho path of honour and . duty. By the fhjst rotroat wo -secured the recantation of Lord Derby's resignation— a minister who failed in resolu tion precisely at the point where resolution ,was wanted. Had the fleet thon gone to ?iGonstantinoplo—at that supronie momont — -tho^ last advance' of Russia would havo boon chocked, and we might have had some voice in the determination of tho fate of tho British interests. But as matters now gitand it is very much to bo doubted whether Admiral Hornby will take the responsibility of anchoring a British fleet in tho Golden Horn, evon after Russia has givon us per mission. That anchorage is exposed to a plunging fire from all tho close surrounding heights, and the fleet might be des...

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WOMEN IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

WOMEN IN TURKEY. % (Times.) ' Whoever Osman Bey may be, it cannot be denied that lie lias written an amusing* and instructive book. His second title, ' Major yiadimir, Anderjevich,' seems to imply that lie is one of those Russian exiles who, finding their political or so cial opinions too advanced for their na tive country have fled to ^Turkey, taken roo,t in her soil, and there flourished. Having clisnnsftfl of nnlvo'flmTT- nnrl ? _0 _ „ — jr j j slavery m principle, Osman Bey, as one who well knows all the inns and outs .of ? domestic life in Turkey, proceeds to give a very lively and amusing description of the Turkish household, as shown in the respective relations of man and wife, or ? rather, of a man and his wives. Under the instance of Izzed Bey and Zerah, an imaginary couple, he shows how a legiti mate Turkish marriage — that is, when a young-well-to-do Turk marries a young lady; his* e4nal in social position— comes after all to; be. very like what the proverb tens -uslm^the...

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

The Drapery £5 Bales Again: CARRIAGE PAID BY MAIL. « PLEASE OBSERVE. The Prices, named against the following list are for really first-class articles, which we 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 yard 8 Silk Lustre Alpaca for 13/ 10 yards Persian Cord for Habits for 18/ 10 yards White Lace Muslin fc-r 6/ 10 yards New Printed Muslin for 8/ 12 yards Fancy Coloured Grenadine for 9/ A Lady's Print Costume, complete, 12/6 J A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ # A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fischu, 15/ ? m Ladies' Chemises, best calico, 2 /, 3/, 4/ mm Ladies' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ Mm. Ladies' Night Dresses, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7m m ,m' Ladies' Petticoats, best calico, 4/, 5/, 6...

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

WWWWMMW— — — g— XI— — H— a— u»r-— — mwwniw iLETIC aisl ecreation-Ground, MONDAY, toril next. JE. CHAPMAN. i. J. ROBERTS. HE COMMITTEE. ] |ssrs. E. P. 'BARNES :nkst9NE. f. PiNKSTONE. W. H. MATTHEWS, [I. RICHARDSON, J. jlMPSON, E. WOOD ► A M. M E ' yards. Eirst prizo £2, Ince 2/6. Start at 10.30. jVE, 100 yards. Eirst 2/6; entrance 1/. Start cap, 220 yards. First JO/ ; entrance 3/. Start ND 'under, 150 yard?, (second 5/ ; entrance 1/. -ards, over six hurdles First prize £2, second 6. Start at 12.30. 5rize £1 ; entrance 1/. ndicap, open to all irds. First prize £5, ranee 7/0. Start at 2 dap, 100 3'ards. First ond 10/ ; entrance 2/6. i. .nutes.' Prize 10/ ; en ; at 2.45 p.m. Vickets, open to Coota Irs. Prize a mutch bat art at 3.15 p.m. VE, 100 yards. First 12/6; entrance 1/. Start I ES, 150* yards. First id 10/ ; entrance 2/6. JLES. . ? p~ take money prize or. 'ing under a false name kell shall 'be rung ten lent next to come off. the post' bell shall be tfore the fixed time for parting...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J . Monday, 5 p.m. Steps are being taken towards the en largement of the Legislative Assembly Chamber, to make room for the addi tional members. Further summonses have been issued against Pastor Allen at the instance of Ferguson, proprietor of the Cumberland Times. Disturbances in Hyde Park have entirely ceased. Easter Races. — His Lordship is the favourite for the Champagne Stakes.; Chester not so firm for the St. Ledger ; Woodlands, four to one for the Cup ; seven to one offered on the field. London, April 12. Germany is attempting mediation be tween England and Russia. ? - * April 13. In the University Boat Race Oxford, won easily by eight lengths. Constantinople, April! 2. The Porte has sent the European Powers a note signifying its full accept ance of the Russo-Turkish treaty of San Steffano. Dedication of Racecourses, &c.— In the Legislative Assembly last week,' Mr. Farnell, in reply to Mr. Cameron, for Mr....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

Old croakers will say that from a Coota mundra point of view there is little cause for rejoicing at a further extension of the Great Southern line being opened; but we believe the loss of the terminus to Cootamundra cannot exercise any great influence for evil over the future of this town and district. Doubtless the loss will be felt by some, whose business has been largely affected by the terminus, but it these relapse into no worse state than that before the railway reached here tKere will not be much room for com plaint. From a national point of view, and in the interests of the settlers gene rally throughout these districts, the in telligence of a further extension towards the interior border of the colony should be welcome. We offer our cordial con gratulations to our neighbours . at Bethungra, who have thus, been brought into closer relationship with us ; and the worst wish we have for them, iu spite of what slanderers may say to the. contrary, is that the railway may be the m...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mr. On mia m Com/nut's report for week ending 11th April:— In the maize market this -week, an increased business has been done. The arrivals have to some extent- increased, and tho quality is greatlv improved. There art; still, however, numerous lots of inferior quality coming to hand by each steamer, for which 2/ is 'in most ca:-e.3 obtainable. Prime qualities have been disposed of in luvgc lots at 3./G, and in small parcels, as high as 4/. The market is now almost bare of old Maize, and no sales of any consequence havo been made since last week's report. Oars are slightly (Inner, there being a good de mand for h unple.s suitable for see.!, Tlio dairy produce murker, lia- l-ecoverovl, and the demand for butter has cuu.iel .u: a-iva:i':'C of 3d per lb. ; 1/- is again the quota tion for The quality shows a marked unnrove mont. t\-v oM an-l inferior lots, the price is from' -Id to Gd. There is uo i mprovomoiit m cheese, but the arrivals are diminishing. In live ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

COMMERCIAL. Htrald Office, Monday. Messrs. Stronoitiiarm and Mackekzik report having sold through their Sydney agents 50 fat cattle, aad have trucked for Sydney 1205 sheep on account of Andrew F. Gibson, Esq., (GK P. & Sons agents), 2197 on accounfof of Mr. Thos. Elliot, 2450 ou account of Messrs. Lcarmonth (G. M. P. and Son agents). Mr. E. G. Brown, of Tumut, reports having sold 700 head of mixed cattle, for Mr. M. Sawyer, of Blowerinsr, to Mr. Allan Mackenzie, of Cootamunara. ?

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. ? [From the Daily Papers.] London, April 7. Telegrams from the Continent indicate that there are no signs of Russia yielding to tho demands of England. There is increasing irritation in Roumania against Russia. Fighting at the Cape has been renewed. The News is described as serious, but details are wanting. The Russian Press says , that Russian dignity forbids compliance with England's demands. The Russian troups re-occupy Buyukdere. April 1. The debates in both Houses on the Royal Message recommending; the oalling out of ' the Army Reserves opened to-day. In the House of Lords, the Earl of Beaconsfield, in a powerful speech, said that the tremendous changes in the East were imperilling the interests of the British Empire, whereof Ministers were the trustees. The justice of British demands was admitted by Europe. He concluded with glowing eulogium on the greatness of the Empire. In the House of Commons, the speech of Sir Stafford Northcote (Chancellor of the Exchequer...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

(TO THE EDITOR.) Sir, — -I see by your issue of last week that a candidate is already spoken of for the Murrumbidgee when, the Election Bill be comes law. I would warn the free-selectors of the Murrumbidgee electorate to be on their guard, and not pledge their votes un til they know who is in the -field. At the i nresent iuncture thev should do all in their power to bring a candidate forward them selves, and give him their entire support: if they do so they need not fear the result. — Yours, &c., ... A SELECTOR. Unsold Auotion Lands.— We under stand the various Crown Lands Agents have received telegrams from the Lands Depart ment direqting- them to withdraw from selection all lands submitted to auction and aot'puvchased.

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GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 16 April 1878

— ' 1 GENERAL 0.TJARTER SESSIONS. Young, June 3; Gundagai, June 21 j 'Wagga, July 22; ' Y»ias, June 27, DISTRICT COURTS. Young, June 4; Burrowa, Junt 17 ; Gundagai, June 21; .Wagga Waggu, July 23. RELIGIOUS NOTICES E0R SUNDAY NEXT. Cmnicn of Exolmjd Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.ra Weblryan : — Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. Jindalee, 8 p.m. — Layman. Cootamundra, 3, and Lagoon Creek, 7 p.m. — Rev. G. Thompson. ioTA^^^RALD. ? TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1878.

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

(£t PlfeiiliilMINillfcY NOTICE. M GRAND PROCESSION ! PIC-NIC I BALL I /?£ LOYAL SOUTHERN STAR G.U.O.O.F. The above lire to take place on QUEEN'S BIRTHDA Y, in celebration of the Second Anuiversary of the Lodge. Full particulars in future 'issue: JOHN WILESMITH, # Hon. Sec. To Builders. ri^ENDERS are invited for the erection I and completion of the proposed Public School Buildings at BRAWLIN. Plans and specifications mav be seen on application to MR. THOS. BALDWIN, honorary Secre tary to the Public School Committee 'at that ? place, to whom tenders must be addressed ''''* on or before the 22nd APRIL NEXT. Forms of tender may be obtained from Mr. Baldwin. W. WILKINS, Secretary. Council of Education, Sydney, 30th March, 1878. BSdokkeeiMiig. To Tr.idof-mo.n and oblrjiv* of Coofcamunhu. A QUALIFIED Accountant, having spa.ro time at his disposal, is desirous of koeping or oponing sets of books on the _ -single or double entry system for tradesmen f) / and others. £ Will also undertake cor...

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AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 15th May. COUNTRY LOT: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday j 15^7i May. Country Lot : Lo.t A, portion .90,199a'2r, c. Bland, p. ' ' Yeo 'Yeo, adj acent to the northern boundaries of B. Cooney's conditional purchases portions 44 and;60, and adjacent to western boundary of portion 91. Stockinbingal run. £1/5/ per acre, r Town Lots : Lot B, allotment 1,; section 4, 2r 7p, and lots 0 to Z and AA and BB, . allotments 1 to . 10, sections 4, 5; 6, 9, and 12, 2r each, c. . Clarendon, p. Bethungra, in the township. £8 per lot. .

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