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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 April 1878

The- following selections were taken up at the Gundagai Land-office on thursday last : — Thomas McAlister, 40a, Cooba ; Mathew Grieves, 40a, Wantiool; Richftrd Dominick, 414a, Muttama ; Charles. Passlow, 50a, Claris; James Perry, 80a, Money Money; Charles Perry, 40a, Money Money ; Ronald M'Donald, 80a, Eurongilly; David Sinclair, 40a, Eurongilly ; Colin Sinclair, 80a, Euron giiiy Prospecting for Gold. — According to the Recorder of Saturday, the Grenfell Co operative Association for prospecting the district for gold, has been successfully launched, and, judging from the confidence and unanimity of those entrusted with its management, it bids fair to accomplish the end of its promoters. One hundred and fifty shares are already taken up, and it ought not to require any great amount of effort^ to double that number. These, with the assist ance it is expected the Government 'will 'j* afford, in the shape of supplementing the amount of money subscribed, will, in the course of time, enabl...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 April 1878

^USTEALIAN [yjUTUAL pEOVIDENT SOCIETY. — Established 1849. — *? '' ' ' ' - ' ? HEAD OFFICE : PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : .. Tho Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. . The Hon. Alex. Campbbi.l, M.L.C., Deputy-Chairman. The Hon. -Saul Samuel, C.M.G., M.L.C. ; Robert J. Kino, Esq.; Isaac E. Ives, Esq.; John H. QoodlAt, Esq. I - Chief Medical Officer: Dr. W. F. Mackenzie, L.R.C.P. (Ediu.J, 6 Lyons' Terrace Actuary: Morrice A. Black, F.I, A. Secretary : Alex. J. Ralston. INVESTED FUNDS - - - £2,300,000 /YANinrAL INCOME - - -4 £550,000 ' 'AMOUNT ASSURED - - f JiA2,000,000 CLAIMS PAID - - - & £850,000 POLICIES IN FORCE - J| - ^.31,000 Last Year of the Qnnquenmam. SIXTH DIVISION olpRolle^ THE whole of tj^Prifits are divided ' amongst thej^suredf and Bonuses to the amoi|fll|of £9pD,000 have all been allot ted. Division of Profits took place in l&iff an« the Cash Surplus then divided 'amoumd t® £635,000, giving additions to PolicieT at^wfcig £3 per cent, per annum o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 30 April 1878

With more than ordinary business sa gacity Messrs. Riley Brothers make each of their £5 bales a; strong advertisement. They send the . best and newest description of goods, whether for personal - or household requirements, and as they are supplied car riage free, and at ordinary prices, they must bo conducive of continued patronage, and every conscientious customer must recom mend his friends to try a bale,. and there is no fear of his recommendation, going for noth ing. Riley Brothers' warehouse -is the establishment belonging, as it were j ? to all country residents, and it deserves, therefore, their support. Hollow a y ' s Pills.— Nervous Debility.— No part of the human muchine requiries more -watching than the norvous system ; upon it hangs health, and life itself. These Pills are the best regulators and strengtheners of the nerves and tlio safest general purifiers; nausea, headaches, giddiness, numbness, and mental apathy yield to theinl They dispatch in a summary manner those ...

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RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

RESERVES. Water Supply.—- Lachlan District : No. 1,349. County Harden, p. Cucumbla, on Muttama Creek, about 11 acres, commenc ing on Muttama Creek, at the south-west' corner of T/'v-O'Brien's conditional purchase portion 250 of 100 acres parish of Cucumbla, and bounded thence on the. north by part of the south boundary of that portion bearing east 16 chains '64 links ; thence on the east by a line bearing south 8 chains 46 links ; thence on the south by a linei bearing west 15 chains 18 links to Muttama Creek ; and thence oii the west by the left bank of that creek upwards, to the point of commence ment. -Forms part of Cucumbla. Mining. — Lachlan District : No. 1,348.: County Harden, parish Harden, on Spring Creek, about 17 acres, commencing on Spring Creek,- 'at the north-west corner of portion 133 of 50 acres parish of Harden, and boun ded thence on the east by a line partly form ing tho west boundary of portions 133 and 134, bearing south about 15 chains to Spring. Creek aforesai...

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NARRANDERRA. On Wednesday, 5th June. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

NARRANDERRA. On Wednesday, 5th Jane, -Country Lots : . Lot A; portion 48, 640a, c. Boyd, p. Tubbo» adjoining the southern boundary of John Peter's portion No. 46 of 320a, and the west ern boundary, of John Peter's portion No. 49 of 190.1a. Banandra run. Lots B to F, portions 19 to 23, p. Bolaro, and lots G to P, portions 105 to 115, p. Wattai, c. Cooper, adjacent to the northern boundaries of portions Nos.! 84, 95, and 65, J. M'Lean's conditional purchase No. 82, F. W. Robert's conditional purchase No. 34, and E. and W. Flood's portion No. 3, parish of Wattai, extending thence northerly at in tervals about two miles, and adjoining and near the western and adjacent to the south boundaries of R. and J. Ramsay's portion. No. 49. Murril Creek run.

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 15th May. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, loth Man. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 183, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. South Gundagai, on tho left bank of the Tumut llivor, and adjoining the southern boundary of Andrew J ames Pollock's condi tional purchase No. 1S2, of 40 acres, Tarra bandra run. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. . ' Lot B, portion 191, 38a, c. Wynyard, p. South Gundagai, on the left bank of the Tumut River, and adjoining the northern and western bonndarios of James M'Evoy's conditional purchase No. 189 of 40 acres, Tarrabandra run. Lot C, portion 143, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. 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 bandra run. Lots D and E, portions 48 and 49, 42a 3 and 63 2r, c. Clarendon, p. Claris, adjoining the western boundary of H. C. Beveridge's conditional purchase No. 28, and adjoining the western and adjacent to the southern boundary of II. C. Beveridge's ...

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AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 15th May. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, loth May. Country Lot : Lot A, portion 90, 199a 2r, c. Bland, p. Yeo Yeo, adjaccnt to the northern boundaries of B. Cooney's condi tional purchases portions 44 and 60, and adjacent to western boundary of portion 91. Sfcockinbingal run. £1/5/ per acre. 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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THE LAND. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. In pursuance of the provisions of tho Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the Minister for Lands notifies that tho following lots of land will be offered for sale by public auction at the undermentioned places, at. 12 o'clock on the days specified, at the upset price affixed to each $-t respectively (deposit, 25 per cont.) : —

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THE PROPOSED CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

THE PROPOSED CONGRESS. The Times of the loth March gives the following from its Yienna and Paris cor respondent «? The Austrian, German, and Italian Governments have all assented in prin ciple to the proposal of the British Cab inet to admit Greece to tho Congress, while of opinion that the formal decision of the matter should be left to the time -irhfvn tho OoneTess meets, and to this only the signatory Powers of the Treaty of Paris have been and could be invited. The Austrian Government, while joining in this view, expressed its readiness for a decision of the question even before the Powers meet, should England and Russia wish this. In its circular on the subject this. Government likewise tftkes occasion to express its views on the ques tion of ultimately admitting the vassal States of Turkey, pointing out the differ ence between the position of a soverign country and that of fejidatories which have been at war with their Suzerain, and reserving the question for the ' deci sion o...

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HOW TO ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

? HOW TO ADVERTISE. - According to an interesting article in the ' Spoiting Gazette' Mr. Hollo way spends £40,000 a year, in advertising tiis pills. Messrs. Moss and Son have for years spent £10,000 a, year in advertising. So have Messrs. Rowland and Son of Macassar Oil renown. A similiar sum is yearly expended in advertising- Dr. de Jongh's codliver oil. Messrs. Heal and Son spend £6000 a year in advertising their bed and bedding. Mr. Nicholls the tailor spends £5000 a year; and there aro numbers of others who .equal and perhaps exceed these amounts. Madame Tussaud pays the Atlas Omnibus Company alone £100 a month for advertising her wax works on their knifeboards. But the largest . advertiser in the world is Mr. Hembold, New York chemist, whose advertising costs him £2000 a week. He has no less than 3000 papers on his list. He has paid £750 for a single large displayed advertisement, and once offered £1000 for a single . page of' the New York Herald on the day that the an nounceme...

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THE FARM. THE YOUNG ENGLISH GENTLEMAN FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

THE FARM. THE YOUNG ENGLISH GENTLEMAN FARMERS. (From the World.) He comes striding over the fallow, a gun on his arm, a pipe in his inouth, and a dog at his heels. A tall, loose- jointed young fel low, with plentiful indications of whiskers and moustache. His trousers arc turned up, to preserve them from getting soiled; his cult's are somewhat wrinkled, but he will change them before dinner; and ''There's tho bell, by Jove!' for his tutor, and big tenant-farmer, or rather agricultural oani talist, sits down at six, and has a manser vant to wait at tablo, and fill his pupil's glass with wine. If the new novels have not come up from Messrs. Smith and Son's bookstall and library at the station, and if squire or the rector has not sent round a pressing invitation, the pupil mounts his bicycle, and takes a 'run' into the market- ' ' town. As he glides along the smooth road, a ploughman remarks to his master, a ivork iny farmer — observe that — as they lean against a gate : ' He be a spru...

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KANGAROO REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

EANGAROO REEF. (Correspondent to Town and Country.) ? As there is little known about this place' I 'send a few lines for information which may -be interesting to some of your readers. This ' reef is about five miles east by north of the ? Junee Reef, vforty. miles from Wagga, and ? twelve miles-froin Bethungra. The general' appearance of the country near the reef is of a low -formation, but of auriferous nature, - The reef is on. the crown of the main, spur, which runs east and west heading its water in long open fiats 'which ehters into , Hough : lahan's creek. ' The; country for miles 'round has a gold-bearing appearance. .The forma tion is' of sandstone .and slate with quartz cropping up. in all. directions. There is every ? indication also that alluvial gold might be found if tried for, but the great drawback to . this place is the' want, of water ; those who are living here had to cart their water five miles for domestic use, which prevented miners, ihiit : came here from tryin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

The Popular Prices ESTABLISHED BY JOHN' KIBBY, CLARENDON STORES, COOTAMUNDKA, HAVE PROYED MOST SATISFACTORILY to all classes and convinces liim tliat his 'LOW PRICE© CASH SYSTEM Is not only the most attractive but the MOST REMUNERATIVE. DRZkJPSxrcr. To inaugurate the 'Winter Trade I shall offer some of the greatest bargains in Domestic Drapery ever known in the annals of the Trade in Cootamundra, and at such prices that tend to attract the attention of the interested and disinterested public. To buyers who wish to buy all kinds of Drapery at '.'WAY DOWN PETCES' for -jasll#^^proend an invitation to visit th§^ ^ Gentlemen, — Before purchasing your clothing examine KIBBY'S Stock, where you will find the most stylish and popular goods worn this season, all new, fresh goods, and the garments made and trimmed in the best manner. o-s&ocsiesigrsr. The low prices maintained throughout the Grocery Department have been appreciated by my customers, and in future the assortment will exce...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. [From the Daily Papers.] London, April 27. . The British Government have announced . that, as a measure of protection against the threatened fitting out of Russian privateers, - they are prepared to employ 100 fast armed ? vessels, and will treat privateers as pirates. ' ' ? The Standard reports that a party of Russian officers and engineers have char tered four American steamers to proceed to Egypt on a surveying expedition. April 28. - The German official press suggests objec ?f.inna f.l-ir* rl-isrnn-(v-Ti nf n. Tlrifi oli -irr-nr-lnrl UJ.XJJ_l.kJ liV . UU \J UlopiiUl/U VX IV JU/XJ.VXWU iJ.VUOiUU squadron to the Baltic. Pope Leo has reiterated a strong protest against the temporal power of the Papacy having been usurped by the Italian Govern ment. An active exchange of. views -on~ the pre sent situation is proceeding between the European Powers. .It is reported that the British Government intend sending an ironclad squadron to the ; Baltic. . Constantinople, April 2...

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SPORTING NEWS. BY TUEBOR. RACING. GOULBURN AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

?in 1 1 1 ii i TfwwwTiiMirrr tm iigrmfna-r—wi-wn i witiwiii —i m— i ?nwii — SPORTING NEWS. By TuEiiOE. RACING. Goulburn Autumn Meeting. The above meeting was held on Wednesday and Thursday last, and seems to liavo passed off very satisfactorily. The number at pre sent seems to have been up to tlio standard of previous gatherings, and the inoro know ing ones from the metropolis turned up in goodly numbers. Tho racing was every thing that could be tie sired, and in one race particularly, tho Hclter Skelter, for which Stafford and May ran a dead heat, and in the run off, the latter won by. a very short head. A rather serious accident occured during the first race of tho . meeting (the Huntsman's Cup, presented by Geo. Adams Esq.), IDoherty, tho rider of Mr.. T. Ivory's horse Highland Chief , falling and breaking his leg. The horse also received such severe injuries, as to cause his owner to .have him shot on Thursday morning. The sum of £28/18/- was collected in the paddock' for tho un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

The Drapery £5 Bales Again ! CARRIAGE PAID BY MAIL. PLEASE OBSERVE. The Prices named against tlie 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 (50/ 15 yards Coloured Japanse Silk for 20/ 12 yards Silk Lustre Alpaca for 13/ 10 yards Persian Cord fojf Hab^f bv 18/ 10 yards White Lace Mifelin fitff 6 fa 10 yards New Printed Musliyior m 12 yards Fancy Coloured Gynadtt for 9/ . A Lady's Print Costume, ymBrep, 12/6 A Lady's Fashionahpr TriliaKdJffat, 20/*''='* A Lady's Fashionyle LacffTiscBu, 15/ Ladies' Chemises#-est calico, 2 ? 3 /, 4/ Ladies' DrawersJbest calico, 2#3/, 4/ Ladies' Night Dresses, best cJco, 4/, 5/, 6/, 7/ Ladies' Petticoats, best calic-*4/, 5/, 6/, 7/, 8/ Ladies' Leath...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

FOOTBALL. I notice Cootamundra is to have a Foot ball Club. Bravo ! I wish thein every suc cess. There is no doubts of its being the grandest winter game known; and apart from its being so universal now all over tho world, wherever a few with English, or, I might more properly say, Great Biitain and Ireland's blood, are to be found. It is in-:, vigorating and healthful to the young., as well as relaxing to the stiffer muscles of the more tfgecU Some say it 'is barbarous and un manly, and you might as well go and join in a free public-house fight and get well mangled, as brutally face at and kick on© another. When I hear such remarks falling, I pity the utterers, as itis perfectly evident in the first place they do' not understand the gauie they^ are abusing. It certainly at times is a little rough, but when men get into good playing fettle few or no acci dents occur. And then again, what Britisher or Australian is there who has real sporting principles at heart will enter into a spo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

V gijfe £=r Mok OutJ took Out CBATOSIOfUJIffl, Amateur Drcmkatic iEk^rtainment, FR I D A T&r 17TII I BN S T A N T gjF etjll MO(|sr.io ^ TIGinpfjfs : — Reserved J|ats back J* Pull particulars nex^. issue, LOYAL SOUTHERN STAR G.U.O.O.F. GRAND PROCESSION ! PIC-NIC ! |!Sj | The above are t-? take place on QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, in celebration of the Second Anniversary of the Lodge. in tne mornmg, tne members ox tne uraer will walk in procession through the town ship, headed by the Band. Immediately after the procession the com pany will proceed to the Pic-nic Grounds, at Oddfellows' Retreat, a pretty and appropri- - ate rendezvous at Jindalee, where all^inds of amusemej/s will be providedifor iw make = a merry days\outing for all mrho Jk- tend — j foot-racing, Jeot-ball match,^mjjXi#f*&c., . prizes to heaven. j^SfQieon pr#dded. ' The w^Lole \o be concluded jiy a Ball in ! the evemnff^/n a room speciany fitted for the occasi?m7 with floor laid for dancing at considerable cost ...

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POETRY. POOR OLD ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

POETRY. POOH OLD ENGLAND. (Aa Painted by certain Patriots of the Period.) I'm a very line Old Lady, and the wonder of the world, On every sea my lieel iloats free, my banner is unfurled ; But neither pluck, nor power, nor luck, my stout old soul jjreserves From frequent fits of fidgets, and from bad attacks of nerves. Despite my flag the world will wag, at a porplexing pace, - A fact, you see, that taxesjme to hold the foremost place ; It's mine by right, but then to light, and keep up fleets and things, Is a burden that no end of work and botheration brings. In statu quo 1 Precisely so. -I'm very well content ; And I've all I want at present, new arrangements I'd prevent; Why can't all parties do the like, in peace and quiet dwell, And so preserve the state of things that suits my book so y. well? * ' o : But bless you no I They want to ' grow to grab where grab they can, And some have got the cheek to say that used to be my plan; v ? ? . « Perhaps, but I know better now.. Why can'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

thez&M WnT, ' THE',%; itliov^'.' Bahkfhas;' 'fcl®ljlt)':'l ' IlRAlSOli .' ' )it' 1 X!oo^^uh%\ :' / *' transaction! of all usuiii laaiilung tiisinesW. / - .',' , / *--f The Brimcii is ''iintioV 'tlie ' iiifi^agement of ' ; Mr. 't ' J Cootjxi^unjclri)jt.; ,,., ?;? , ^ : ; v/ ?/ 30j;h;jai^ivr^4Su. K,,,v-i/ :„,*?: tju E l' ^T=E:0N^iTIti^M ' yy.\ :??. 1 1 ! i .''.'? 1 1 ? fiJC J .-?'»: '.I -..'if. Miii ? , ?'? ' -j^i^STOGEiiiBTATION, - ' , CppTA^UN-R]^V...i i ?? : ,:.;? v ». - D GRABBE, .M,p,!,,q,M.!..(tr,ifiy, jcny,.,. ? (A legally -fytia/lifiedMddibal 'Prabtitibner); * i%/taj;be 1 Y I . 'tlieir , \ ;pri,vate ' i'-?sidenees ( j or. ,.at . .his own re^4enc'^'vQpo^r-^e^fci .Coptamundra. . i'/ ,v'! ,' '. ;' ' 7: . MR. FR mk IVSURPH Y, : . ; : SOLICITOR, &C. / .. ; ^ ???.?'??-- ' :, ' f' ' ' Office':— Albion Arcadc, Parker-street.'. ; {£?* Attoiitl's , at ' Murruifrbiirrah 'EYERY court bAyv ' ISUHiWEK, & CABIKETMAKJilJ, HAS' always, on hnind for sale Cedar and ? Pino...

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