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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 1st May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT YOUNG. On Wednesday y 1st May, Country Lots : : Lot A,- portion 154, 40a, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, adjoining the western boundary of portion 155;;, aud adjacent to part of the eastern boundary of j. Gibb's 200 acres, No. 61, Berthongrun. Lot'; 'B,/- portion .65, 27a 2r, c. Bland, p. - Miloug,, adjoining the western boundaries of T. Whiteman's conditional purchases Nos. 11, 12, and 13, Milong run. ' Lots'- C to G, ,;portions 52 to 29, various arcasi c. Bland, p. Balabla, on and near both banks of Balabla Creek, and adj acent to the . southern and western boundaries of portion . _ 25 of 320 acres, upper Balabla run. Lots H to I, portions 32' and 34, 169a lr, 5 ^ 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 riiiii . . Lot J, portion 121, 128a 3r, c. Bland, p. Balabla, adjoining the northern boundary of portion 22, lot E of ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

The Drapery £3 Bales Again! CARRIAGE PAID BY MAIL. / PLEASE OBSERVE. \ The Prices named against the following® list are for really first-class articles, whicbjp ?we can recommend. If, required, we ctyfr supply much lower or higher price goo^s. Any number of yards may be had of th^se goods. All parcels packed securely in can vas, and delivered free' of charge evory^. where. . \ Please send for Price Lists and Samples.,/ | For Ladies. / 15 yards beautiful Blaclc Silk for 60/ -1 15 yards Coloured Japanso Silk for 20/ ^ 12 yards Silk Lustre Alpaca for 13/ t 10 yards Persian Cord for Habitai'or 18/ _ £? 10 yards 'White Lace Muslin for 6/ s 10 yards New Printed Musilin for'S/ fc 12 yards Fancy Coloured 'Grenadine for 9/ t A LadycS Print Costume, complete, 12/6 f. A Lady's Fashionably Trimmed Hat, 20/ A Lady's Fashionable Lace Fisclm, 15/ - mT B Ladies' ChcrmsesVbest calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ /t £ Ladies' Drawers, best calico, 2/, 3/, 4/ -M x!,f Ladies' Night Dresses, best calico, d/, 5/,-jf, 7/ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

Free Selectors' Association. MONTHLY Meeting at tW#ion Hotel on THl^DAY_aiternoQg, 2nd May, at 3 o'clockjjJr 0^ Memdrors 'are particularly requested to make an effort to attend. A. N. TAYLOR, Secretary. Accfcptanc^ offCliallciige. rpiIE undersigned mas much pleasuro in 8 ACCEPTING Jne upillenge of Messrs. Hobbs andJrrice to ®lay|any two imAibers of tho Tjpnut tcanLin Vho lato imtch for Twenty^oundsTto\e p\yed oyr Queen's . Birthday, at Gundagng; aid ho is prepared to place £5 as a deposft inftho hands of any respectable resident o«3ooftmiundra or Gun dagai' P. M|pLjpENEYv ^ WINTER) JGOODS! WINCEYS. FLAMKLS. BLANKETS. railwaM store. MATTH^S BROS. Have much pleasure in announcing . that tWy have opened a Splendid Stock. ^ WORVB OF WINTER flfRAPERY! SPLENDID 4MLW IN Ulaiikets Elairaels 'Winceys Merinoes Overcoats Blankets Flannels 'Winceys Merinoes Overcoats \ \ 'Very Cheap ! 1 I Unequalled Value ! / / Splendid Value ! I I Mce Selection ! \ \ 'Warm aud Serviceable ! Men's, Boys', and Y...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

The New Church.— The crowning of tho new church building with an evergreen, one day last week, indicated, wo presume, that tlio stone work was completed. So far at least tho contractor has faithfully per formed his work ; and loud have been the praises lavished upon him for tho excellence of his handicraft. Tho woodwork is now being rapidly pushed on, and the spire will ill WW uiiya completely crown tlie exterior appearance of this beautiful ftShfice, which will be a great credit both to tE§ clistrict and tho revorond gentleman to whose extraor dinary energy we aro indebted for the build mg. Extension of Time for Excursion Train.— Since we printed that portion of our paper containing the advertisements about the Exhibition Excursion fares by rail to Sydney we havo received the following ordor, by which it will be seen that tho time for ? issue of tickets has been oxtondeik— -' In all future insertions of your paper pltw^se alter the date up to whi-h bjxliifrition tickets will be iss...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. COLONIAL MARRIAGES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. COLONIAL MARRIAGES BILL. In the House of Commons on the 27th Feb ruary, Mr. Knatchbull-Hugessen moved the second reading of his bill for legalising- in the United Kingdom marriages contracted in the colonies, which was opposed by Mr. Gregory on the ground that it was an attempt, by a side wind, to facilitate and impart legality to marriage with a deceased wife's sister. The Attorney-General remarked that the effect of the measure would be to change the law of succession to real property in Eng land, arid Jfchat under the guise of doing something 'for the colonies it would make the law of England subservient to the former. He argued that there was no colonial griev ance, that the bill was. simply, a step to something more, and that if a proposal were made to force upon the colonies an English law of succession different to their own, it would be stigmatised as an act of tyranny. After some further debate, the Chancellor of the Exchequer conte...

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EASTER ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

EASTER ATHLETIC SPORTS. Yesterday being Easter Monday, the day was celebrated by amusements, in the shape of athletic sports on the Cootamundra Re creation-ground. The weather was not favourable; it threatened to rain in the morning, and this doubtless accounts for the meagre attendance, the smallest we ever knew to muster on a similar occasion before. Nevertheless, the racing was first-class; the different events tilled well, and they were hotly contested. The office-bearers, as usual, were indefatigable in their efforts to make the affair successful ; everything was in almost perfect order ; the arrange ments were the best that have ever been made in Cootamundra, and reflected great credit on those who undertook them. Mrs. Angove, of the Albion, had the pavilion for the day, which was well patronised consider ing the smallness of the assemblage; and there were four or five fruit stalls and 'cheap jack' stains, who seemed to have strong attractions for the young folks. The. pro gra...

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

THE EASTERN .QUESTION. ! On the 19th February Prince Bismarck explained the views of the German Govern ment with regard to the Eastern /.Question. 'Referring to the Russian conditions, he said that the deliniination proposed with regard to Bulgaria was not of such importance as 'to 'imperil the peace of Europe, German interests were not affected by the arrange ments proposed for Montenegro, Servia, Bosnia, the Herzegovina, &cu With regard to the Dardanelles, more 'apprehensions had been raised than were justified by actual possibilities. The ^regulations respecting' ships of war were. scarcely so important as : those ? respecting commerce. ' 'Germany's chief interest in the East was that the Danube and the Straits should be as free as hereto fore. In conclusion, Prince Bismark said he; did not believe in a European war. : Ger many was in favour of hastening the meet ing of the Conference, tand it would perhaps meet in the first fortnight of March. Ger many had no desire to i...

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PEDESTRIANISM. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. COMING EVENTS. Watson and Carver, 200 yards, #100, Maitland racecourse May 8.

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SHOCKING MASSACRE OF DRUSES BY TURKISH TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

SHOCKING MASSACRE OF DRUSES BY TURKISH TROOPS. On or about the morning of the 21st of January the Turkish troops, composed of regulars, Zaptiehs, and Lebanon .soldiers, surrounded the Druse village of Mtulleh, between the Merj Azoun and the Iluleh, and without any previous warning, or provo cation on . the part of the peasantry, com- ' mencecl firing upnu them, killing *30 . and -woundinsr 12. rPinv.-* Iimvh teen were taken prisoners. Seventy in all were put horn de combat out of a village of not 100 houses! 'All the men in some families have been destroyed, and to this day the peasants have not been informed of the offence charged against them. The head .man of the village was wanted ' by' the Go vernment to answer for a trespass, and in ?: stead of summoning1 hiui to appear at the local seat, of , gpyerninent, at Jedeideh or Sidon, the Tutks took the above method of capturing him. . He, of course, escaped, be ing well mounted^ and thW poor 'wretches of Fellaheen have had to suffer...

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SPORTING NEWS. BY TUEBOR. OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

SPORTING NEWS. By Tuebor. OX-FORD AND CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE. The annual University race came off on the old course from Putney to Mortlake on Saturday, April 13. The Oxford were the heavier crew and were firm favourites in betting circles, which trust they firmly main tained. After the first mile they drew away (but not as usual as the Town and Country pleases to state it) and were never again called upon, winning easily by seven lengths. The following were the crew : — st. lbs, J. D. Cowles, bow ? 11 1 S. L. Bayley ? ? ? 12 l£ W. H. Cross ? 12 7 G. F. Burgess ? .' ? i ? 12 13 J. W. Booth ? 14 2 W. H. Grenfell ? .' ? ? 12 9 H. Pelham ? 12 9.J H. P. Marriott, stroke ? 12 5 From the above weights it will be seen they had an average of 12st. 7£lbs. per man, which is some pounds above the usual weight. Thirty-five races have now been rowed be tween these rival Universities, of which Ox ford won eighteen and Cambridge sixteen, the one last year being a dead heat. The first race was rowed a...

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THE FUNERAL OF PIUS IX. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

, THE FUNERAL OF PIUS IX. The ceremony enacted in the Grand Basilica of St. Peter's, which commenced at 6' 30 p.m. on tho 13th February and ended at 8.25, was solemnly impressive. Perfect silence reigned, save, for a surging murmur as of sea-waves, caused by the undulating crowd present, which certainly amounted to . 4000 persons. One's ideal of the « - dim re- ? lipipus light' \yas fully realised ; torches flickered only beneath the arches separate \ ing the nave from the aisles, while six im* mense altar candles burned steadily above the shrine 'of Stv Peter, before which twinkled the starry lights always kept burn mg.uruuuu uue eoniessionai. The body of the Pope was dressed exactly as while lying in state. The cardinals, after, devoutly kiss ing the sacred foot, issued in procession, preceded by the cross-bearer, from the chapel of tho Holy Sacrament, while the » singers of the J ulian chapel intoned the 'Miserere.' The remains, surrounded by the Noble Guard with reversed arms, w...

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MEETING OF FREE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

MEETING OF FREE SELECTORS. The meeting of free selectors convened by Mr. H. Ferrier by advertisement in our last issue for Thursday last, was held accordingly at the Albion Hotel, and was attended by about twenty persons. Mr. Ferrier who was voted to the chair, stated the object of the meeting, namely, to consider what steps they should take with regard to the extraordinary election of ad ditional members for the electorate given under the Electoral Bill then before the As sembly. He said he thought selectors should look about themselves for a man to represent their interests in parliament. Though he was a selector himself he could not blame the squatters if they brought forward a man of their own. Every class had a perfect right to look after their own .interests ; and all he wanted was to see that class * of which he was a member look after theirs. Up to the present time the only candidate who was spoken of was Mr. James M'Evoy, and he didn't think he would be a friend to the se l...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

NEWS BY GABLE. [From tha Daily Papers.] London, April 15. His Itoyal Highness the Prince of Wales goes to Paris on tlio 2oth instant. Tlio Ex lii.bi tioi i®i a in a forward state tuul tlio ex hibits arc freely coining in. Groat prepara tions aro being' mado to get everything- in readiness by the opening- day. The whole o P tho colonial exhibits have, arrived and aro being unpacked. Tho Australian . exhibits have arrived in good order. rm.~ T?., ? ? i — xjj.u juuiujjuiiji ftiuuiitiuii is juaa iiujjuiuj.. An increasing anti-English 'feeling appears to pervade the population of Russia. The Porto has ordered tho utmost resistance to attempts at an occupation of Constantinople, and refuses to sanction an Austrian occupa tion of Bosnia and Herzegovina. April 16. Parliament has adjourned for the Easter holidays — the House of Lords till tho 13th of May, and the House of Commons till the 6th. Sir Stafford ISTorthcoto stated, before tho adjournment of tho Commons, that there was no cause for...

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CABLE NEWS. LONDON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

CABLE NEWS. London, April 20. The situation of European affairs re mains unchanged. The British Government are buying horses in America. Bismarck suggests the withdrawal of the British fleet from the Sea of Marmora and the Russian army from Stamboul. Russia is willing to accept Bismarck's mediation. Berlin, April 20. ? The prospects of German mediation between England and Russia are hope ful. It is expected that the ambassadors of the Powers' proposal for a European Congress will be acceptable to England and Russia. Bombay, April 19. The Governor has chartered forty-five transports for conveying troops ordered to Malta.

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POETRY. LET BYGONES BE BYGONES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

POETRY. ~ LET BYGONES BE BYGONES. Le-t bygones be bygones ; if bygones were clouded By aught that occasioned a pang of regret, . ' Oh, let them'in darkest oblmon be siirpuded ; 'Tis -wise and 'tis kind to forgive and forget! Let bygones be bygones, and good be extracted From ill over which it is folly to fret ; Tho wisest of mortals have foolishly acted — The kindest are those who forgive and forget. Let bygones be bygones ; oh, cherish no longer The thought that the sun of affection has set ; Eclipsed for a moment, its rays will be stronger, If you, like a (Christian, forgive and forget. ' Let bygones be bygones ; your heart will be lighter ; When kindness of yours with reception has met, The flame of your love will bo purer and brighter If, Godlike, you strive to forgive and forget. Let bygones be bygones ; oh, purge out- the leaven Of malice, and try an example to set To others, who, craving the mercy of heaven, Are sadly to slow to forgive and forget. Let bygones be bygones ; re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. rpi-IE above Bank has OPENED A L JL BRANCH at Cootamundra for tlio f\ transaction of all usual banking business, i / AGENCIES throughout the world. Tho Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETEIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1 877. J Strongitliarm «& Mackenzie, STOCK, STATION, AND COMMISSIOISr AGENTS, COOTAMUNDRA. DR. J. B. CRABBE, M.D., C.M. (UNIV. EDIN.), (A legally qualified Modical Practitioner), MAY BE CONSULTED by patients at their private residences or at his own residence, Coopor-street, Cootauiundra. COOTAMUNDRA. . MR. FRANK MURPHY, I 2 SOLICITOR, &c. Office Albion Arcade, Parker-street. (^ Attends at Murrumburrah EYEEY COTJET DAY. T. M'BEATII /- 1H7ILDEK & miXRTHAKIK, (/ TT AS always on liand for sale Cedar and il Pine and fresh burnt Lime at current rates. Iron Bodsteads, Stuffing materials, Varnishes, and Chairs in variety, very cheap. {£?=» Plans and Estimates of buildings and ropairs on application. .10 lO MKTEli, tj...

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WHAT WAR MEANS TO US. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

WHAT WAR MEANS TO US. It is a ghastly contract (says the World of Wednesday) which must present itself mightily to the minds of those among Iier Majesty's subjects who, not being already intoxicated with delight at anti cipations of battle, bloodshed, and ra pine, happen to witness the cowardly and debasing applause which any spectacu lar presentation of, or vocal allusion to, the horrors of war excites upon the stage at this peaceful Christmas season ? The party of the music hall is the partv of war: — of a war with the grounds of which they have no accurate acquaint ance, and of whose consequence to them selves they have scarcely even the haziest knowlege. The shouts and yells are their, tribute to torture, death and pestilence, to desolate hearths, to ruined households, to the death of bread-winners, to misery and want — to whatever else of ljell dis aster can be worked by the^Moolcfch^ whose name is Mars ...... The experience' of the battlefield itself can only be shared by that...

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THE EYE AND ITS CARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

THE' EYE AND ITS CARE. {S. M. Herald. J Under this title, Dr. Schwarzbach has . published a small pamphlet of about 40 pages, giving some general words of ad v vice on the care necessary for the preser : vation of the eye-sight. On such a sub ject as this the author is, no doubt, fully competent to speak, and one can only ? j. n.. ir ? ? * ? regret mat tne aaviue „ no givea is su ? limited in its extent. If, however, we understand him correctly, he professes only to give the merest rudiments of treatment, and for anything beyond ad vises immediate recourse to a medical \ . man. , He says, truly' enough, that in . these Australian colonies it is remarkable how little care is given in general to the ?/'eyesight, and to what a degree this de licate organ' is abused and tortured. The reason for this, no doubt, is that so few ... medical men make the ej'e their special study. Called upon as they are every day to. prescribe for diseases of every kind and to perform, all sorts of surgical ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 9.7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ? (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J ' \ Monday, 9.7 a.m. .1 astor Allen has announced that he will ; iii future preach in the - Protestant Hall on Sunday. ? The Free Public Library was opened yesterday afternoon. Only seventy per sons passed in and out. Respecting the death of Henfrey, well known as: a sportsman, the jury returned a verdict that deceased died from the effects of an overdose of morphia taken ' to relieve pain. - ' Sir Hercules Robinson's son is danger ously ill at Melbourne with scarlet fever. Lady and Miss Robinson arrived there on Saturday. Randwiok Races. 7.27 p.m. Hurdle Race. — Standard, Highland Chief, Flinders. Autumn Stakes. — Martindale, Macca xoni, 'Pardon. 1 r i ' Champagne Stakes,—! fis v ? Lordship, i St. Ledger. — Oap-a-pie, Chester, Black Eagle, won by half a length. Doncaster Handicap. — Laertes, Cru sada, Falcon. Trial Stakes. — Melita, Freemason, Sir Andrew.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 23 April 1878

The Electoral Bill will now have no obstacle in the way of its passage through the Legislature, Sir J. Robertson having withdrawn his motion for its recommittal — hence, we may expect shortly to have an election for the Murrumbidgee. The bill- gives us three members in all — two additional; and, if it could be so ar ranged, the trio might go in each to re present a third of the electorate, it being ? easily divisible into three natural parts. Whether 'the increasing of the number of members will have a beneficial influ . ence, or the reverse, over the political ! affairs of the country, we will'not venture . to say. It is perhaps a questionable pro ; ceeding, as we believe it will be hard to find men of the right stamp to make up ; the number. The country at this time stands much in need of men independent and patriotic enough to steer clear of all petty cliques and party factions and do his best towards the elevation and advancement of the people and the gene ral interests of. the ...

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