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THE LATE MR. JOHN STUART MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

THE LATE MR. JOHN STUART MILL. Piiofessor Fawcett paid a graceful tri bute to the memory of the late John Stuart Mill on Saturday (Feb. 2), when the statue erected to his memory, in the garden ad j oining the „ Temple-station , upon the Thames embankment, was un veiledj and handed over by the sub-, scribers to the Metropolitan Board of Works. He declared that as a philoso pher, a thinker, and a man, Mr. Mill would be remembered and greatly rev erenced when some of those who had made him the subject of their petty criti cisms would be absolutely forgotten. It was the fashion in certain quarters to speak of Mr. Mill as a theorist, and say he .was not a practical man, whereas he was a practical statesman in the highest sense .of the word. The people of Eng land had never had a more enlightened advocate, or one who had worked with more disinterested zeal in promoting their true happiness and welfare. The statue, which is of - bronze, has been ex ecuted by Mr. Woolner, R.A., and re prese...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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THE STOCK AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

THE' STOCK AT THE EXHIBITION. By Rusticus. r ( Goulburn-llerald.) Whatever opinions may be held with regard to the wisdom and practical utility of annual exhibitions being held in a com paratively young colony like ours, with a small population scattered over a wide area, there are no two opinions as to the. advantages that have followed the exhi bitions of pure-bred stock in Moore Park in connexion with the Agricultural So ciety of New South Wales. The results have not only benefited this colony, but have given an increased stimulus to breeders in those adjoining, so that there is now a spirit of rivalry manifested among them as to who shall bear the palm of possessing the most choice and valuable heads. Previous to the holding of the first show of the Agricultural So ciety, just a; decade' ago, cattle-breeding was to a large extent carried on with but little regard to pedigree, and many of the herds were of the very commonest description, and where local shows were ,, held competi...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET, Mr. Guauaji Cour/rait's report for week ending May 2 : —Tho maize market has during tho woelc undergone but little alteration. Tho arrivals noticed in last week's re port as being large liavo still been maintained ;'tlio price therefore remains unaltered, Good samples have been sold at 3/, but for really prime lots 3/3 is obtainable. At the former price several lots have been sold for export; oxporters seeming more inclined to speculate. The market is now almost cleared of inferior, for which 2/6 is obtain able. Lucerne hay has become very dull, and quotations are lower. Oaten is slightly lower, owing to large arrivals by rail. Potatoes arc depressed, quotations having re ceded to £3/10/- to £4/10/- per ton. In dairy produce, primo butter meets with a ready . salo at highest quota tions. The demand is good, but therp is not at present any appearance of an early, improvement. The market is' quite glutted with checsc,1 largo lots of good quality real ising from ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. J The weather dicing the past -week has been very capri cious. The early part was bleak and cold, 'with occasional rains, but the latter part has been warm dicing the day and keen in the evening;, with very slight hoar frost at early moin, Business during the past week lias been rather dull, people having apparently not yet thoroughly settled do\wi after the Easter holidays. Mr. Allan Mackenzie has purchased 75 bullocks of My. E. Carroll (E., I1., and Co. agents). The runs known as Keenan's Corner and Harmitage's Plains Block X have blfcn sold by Mr. Patrick Heffernan to Mr. Allan Mackenzie at a satisfactory price. 6CD head of store' cattle, tho property of Mr. A. Mac kenzie, have, .passed through Cootamundra from Tumut en route for the Bogan Runs. Ma. E.Strongitharm reports having sold, through his Sydney agents, 202 wethers, Mr. A. N. Taylor's ; 300, Mr. R. Cartwright's ; 1CD, Mr. 'W. Curry's; and 102, Mr. Priddle's. We give following commercial ...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Cuuroii of England : — Cootamundra, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Wallendbeen, 3 p.m.— Rev. W. Cocks. Wesletan. — Murrumburrah 11 ; Jindalee 3 ; Cootamun dra 7. — Rev. G. Thompson. Wallendbeen 11. — Layman. - coota^^^erald; TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1878.

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COURTS OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

COURTS OF INQUIRY. Cootamundra, Land-office, Tuesday, ISth-June Gundagai, Court-house, Monday, 1st July Burrowa, Court-house, Wednesday, 12th June Young, Court-house, Monday, 10th June Wagga 'Wagga, Court-house, Thursday, 20th June GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. Young, June 3; Gundagai, June 21; 'Wagga, July 22; Yass, June 27. DISTRICT COURTS. Young, June 4; Burrowa, June 17 ; Gundagai, June 24; 'Wagga Wagga, July 23. . HIWIfWWW—MB—WMWWWBI

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 4.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 4.10 p.m. The Australian Museum was crowded yesterday, being the first Sunday it has been opened to tho public. The Exhibiton was closed on Saturday night last. The total receipts since the opening, come about one thousand pounds short of the takings for a similar period last year. Commercial. — Latest advices ci note a. maize in the Sydney market at 8/3 ; at Melbourne from 4/- to 4/2. Tho market for breadstuffs remains unchanged. 5.15 p.m. J ohn Glass, convicted of rape, and On Chee, of murder, at last Goulburn As sizes, are both to be hanged. Mr. Fitzpatriclc, Colonial Secretary, opened a new Public School to-day at Balmain. ? ! M / Free Selectors' Association. — At the usual monthly meeting held at the Albion Hotel on Thursday afternoon about twonty members put in an appearance. Mr. H. Ferrier occupied the chair. After the read ing and confirmation of the minutes, a draft of a letter was read, addressed to M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

We were in dread that, as regards the deputation anent the Gundagai railway, the opportunity presented by the as semblage in Sydney during the Easter holidays of a number of residents from this and the Gundagai districts was going to be thrown away ; and we were pleased to learn' on Thursday last that the op portunity had been seized by a few .gen-; ? ' tlemen in Sydney to wait upon the Min ister for works. The deputation con sisted of the, following gentlemen.: — ? Messrs. Hoskins, member for Tumut ; Day, Hurley (the member for Narellan we presume), Beyers,: and Cop eland — at present in Parliament ; Mr. W. R. Pid dington, ex-M.P., who is known to be an energetic : advocate for the branch line; Messrs. C.D. Bardwell, Robinson, J.P, ? Edwards, M. Walker, J. Rodd, W. Jen kins, W. Bibo, ,, and Allan Mackenzie (Cootamundra). The deputation seems to have been organised, altogerther inde pendent of the late meeting at Gundagai, excepting, perhaps, as a result of it ; for / no notificatio...

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

CRICKET. The Australian Eleven's cricketing- toiir through England promises to be something on a large scale. Out- of ninety-six playing days, seventy-eight will be occupied playing matches, the programme of which has been already announced, but want of space pre cludes us giving them in detail in this issue. The first, as already announced, will take place on the old Trent Bridge ground, Not tingham, against the county, on the 20th o May, and the final match against the Glou cestershire, at Clifton, on the 5th September; so that we shall not be kept in very long sus- ' pense as to the result of the first contest. Concert.— On Thursday evening last Madame Carandini gave one of her always attractive concerts in the English school-* room, Cootamundra. Owing to the short notice they had given of their intended visit the room was not so full -as '-it otherwise would have been, but still it was evident that some at least amongst us are always on the qui vive for a pleasant musical evenin...

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

BILLIARDS. From Melbourne I learn that Roberts (the champion) and Shorter (who has come forward as a great player in England during the past few years) have arrived at the above place. On Tuesday last they played a match for 1000 up, the champion conceding his opponent 250 points; it turned out rather one-sided, however, Shorter only having scored 758 when the game was called in favour of Roberts. The largest break during: the play, 154, including 21 spot strokes, was made by the champion. — Another match took' place on Wednesday night, when the result of the previous evening was reversed. The game was 750 up, Shorter receiving 175 points; and rafter a good exhibition on his part, managed to defeat the champion with 314 points to spare. Fives games of pyramids were then played ; shorter receiv ing one ball each time, when he again came off victorious, winning three out of five. I ?

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

STIt ALTAN [yjUTUAL pEOVIDEN?' SOCIETY. ' ' . ^i+S'JJABLXSIIENp 1§4 9.— ?. HEAD ^FF&fi : -PITT-STREET/ STONEY^ -.'. Directors'; ' ? _ ^ Tho 3Tqx- Jons SsnTii,%.jM[.ff:,'l£iL.O., Chairnrari, : . The H--x. Alex. Gami^em,, M.L.C., Doputy-Chairman. ' The 3Ion. Saul ^amubl, .C,M.Cr.- - M,L.C. Robert -T . Kisp, Esq.; IsAv\e E.ivB8i 35sq.;« John H.-GoodiiET,;, j Es(J.'j iiftUBR'f SADDlNpTONj- ESQ. 1 ' Chief Medical Officer : ? ' s { Dr. 'W. F. Mackenzie, L.R.C.P, (Edin.;, 5 Lyons' Terrace : . Actuary! Moimioia A^BnA«K,^lKi;A: ' ? - Secretary ; , Alkx. -£.,IU.lston. - INVESTED FUNDS'' ' V' -a ' £2,300,000. j ANNUAL INCOME ?? ?- - - £550,000 : AMOUNT „A3§U;RED - - - £12,000,000 CLAiMS; PAID - - - - £850,000 1 POLICIES IN rEQJlCE,;.-^ v, , 31,000 Siiisfc Year ©f'the ; TIUS 1 whole of -titie Profits . ? are ? . divided; I tiifatfrf^.^he Assured,. and ;BofauSeS/:. to,' ( tlie am^int of £01'6,ObO liaVe j^ll be^, allot- , ted. 32aP ^Biyisiou' of ? Pram fyfolr place 1 in lS^^nd' tKe1 G^Sli...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. ?' Maid closes at Cootamundra daily (Saturday excepted) as follows : — ? Tor Cungegong, Bethungra, Junee, Wallaceton, Wagga Wagga, Wallendbeen, MuiTumburrah, Young, and ?Sydney at 7 p.m. Arrives from the above daily (Monday excepted) at 5.30 a.m., and delivered at the post-olfice.at 9 a.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.ni. ; arrives at Temora . at 5 p.m. Leaves Temora 'Wednesday, 9 a.m. ;? arrives at Coota mundra at 6 p.m. : . ; Muttama Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Sunday and Tlitu-sday, at 9 p.m. Arrives Cootamundra Sunday and Thursday, at 7.30 p.m.

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

( Holloway's Ointment axi- Pii.i.b.— Bad legs, bad: i breasts, . ulcere, abscesses, and sores of all kinds may be' thoroughly healed-by the application of. this Oiutment to . the parts affected; ;after they have been duly fomented' '?with -warm water ^'Tho discharge should not be checked^ at once, but ratlier encoiu-aged, for any sudden cheukr must of course be always dangerous. Nature is- the - noblest of physicians,^ and must not bo opposed, but seconded. All sores are' for a time the safety valves of the constitution, and should not be closed or healed until they assume a healthier character. Under tho action of this powerful Ointment, aided by the Pills, tho depraved humours of thebody will bequicldy roinovocl. ' ' JOHN BRIDGE, Wool timl Pro-lwce9 Live Stock, Stsitiou, smhI ^eiaeral Agent, Local Agents — P. Guiry, W. A. Byrne^ ORIGINAL I) ^ t THE BEST I KSNGSFORD'S I OSWECJO \ PREPARED I COM, 1 Made of American Indian Corn, I PUKK AND U.VADULTliUATED. \ Report of Dr. A. H. Hassa...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 May 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Ti'ie following table shows at a glance the times of de parture and arrival of trains and the fares charged. : — . DOWN TRAIN'S. A.M. P.M. 1st 2nd Sydney ... ... ... Dep. 0 15 6 20 Goulburn ...Ait. 131 miles 4 14 1145 „ ...Dep. — 4 23 1151 37/3 27/9 A.M. Gunning ... ... 165 ,, 5 53 1 30 45/3 33/0 Yass ? '... 187 „ 6 47 2 16 50/9 36/9 ' Bowning ? ? 191 „ 7 10 2 40 52/6 36/0 Binb long ... ... 20S „ 7 41 314 65/0 39/6 Galong ;; . ... ... 216 „ 8 4 331 51/9 40/0 C'unningav ... ... 225 ,, 8 29 3 59 57/0 40/9 Murrumburrah . . . 228 „ 8 45 412 57/3 41/0 C Wallendbeen ... 241 „ 9 16 4 42 59/0 42/3 Cootamundra ... 253 ,, 9 48 5 15 60/0 43/3 .Bethungra ... ... 268 ,, 10 25 5 55 62/3 44/0 UP TRAINS.' . ! A.M. P.M. 1ST 2ND ? Bethungra ... ? Dep. 6 20 7 5 Cootaniuudra ... 15 miles 7 0 7 45 3/9 2/6 Wallendbeen ... 27 „ 7 28 8 13 6/9 4/6 MurrumbiUTah ... 40 ,, 8 5 8 49 10/0 6/9 Cunuingar ? ? 43 „ 813 8 58 10/9 7/3 Galong ... ... ... 52 „ 8 41 925 13/0 8/9 Binalong ... ... 60 ,,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

AUSTRALIAN jyjUTUAL pROVIDENT SOCIETY. — Established 184 9.— . HEAD OFFICE : PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. . Directors : ^ The Hon. Joiix Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. Tlio IIox. Alex. Campbell, M.L.C., Deputy-Chairman. ( The Hon*. Saul Samukl, C.M.G., M.L.C. ; Robert J . Kixci, Esq.; Isaac E. Ives, Esq.; John H. Goodlet, ' Esq. ; Robert Saddinoton, Esq. 1 Chief Medical Officer : * Dr. W. F. Mackenzie, L.R.C.P. (EdinJ, 5 Lyons' Terrace Actuary ; Moiuuck A. Black, F.I.A. Secretary : Alex. J. Ralston. - INVESTED FUNDS ~ - - £2,300,000 ? ANNUAL INCOME - - - £550,000 i AMOUNT ASSURED - - - £12,000,000 1 CLAIMS PAID .... £850,000 1 ? POLICIES IN FORCE - - - - 31,000 } ? _ ( Last Year of the Quinquennium, j SIXTH DIVISION OF PROFIT®, t TTTF. whole of tho Profits ale v divided { amongst tho Assured land Bor^es to ' tho amount £910,000 hay all beou^llot- \ : ted. jfhe lwt Division of Mofits took $lace c in lSfT4, aitjthe Cash Su Jlus then divided J amounted JjT £235,000, gimn g additioryyto i Pol...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

' A Remedy for Drought. — The follow- \ ing. letter has been addressed to the S. M. . ? Herald : — Sir, — The Chairman of the Roj'al - ; K . Society has lately called attention to a letter / V in the Times, which failed of being repro- I V duced here through the Press. Allow me V also to inform you of an interesting but un- ' \ noticed paragraph I saw lately in a New 1 Zealand newspaper — I have not .preserved it, it staved that the Consul of the United Sates of Columbia, stationed at some town in Peru, bad reported to his Government the existence in his neighbourhood of a tree, which the natives called the rain tree, and which had the property of absorbing water from the at mosphere in such quantities that the leaves were always dropping rain ; and that even from the trunk water issued so abundantly a3 to make the ground for a considerable distance a quagmire. The Consul also . stated that the Peruvian authorities were in tending to plant this tree over the arid tracts of country i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

Impounded at Burrangong, on the 4th of May, from Seventeen-mile, by Mr. 'Wm. 'Warren Bay mare, like MQ over 1 or 2 near shoulder, IY off shoulder, hind leg white, stripe down face, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on May 30. Expenses oe Local Boards.— In the Assembly Mr. Watson moved, — ' That, in the opinion of this House, the amount still unpaid and enumerated in the return furn ished by the Council of Education upon an order of the House made under date 27th . February, 1877, for which local boards or local committees of any public school had become responsible prior to the passing of the resolution by this House on the 20th April, 1875, which directed that in future the contributionfrom private sources of one third the cost of erecting and furnishing school buildings be. not enforced, should be paid by the Council of Education.' Mem bers were aware that under the Act of 1866, one-third of the cost of these schools had to be raised by the inhabitants ox different dis tricts. This was r...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

COMMERCIAL. Herald, Office, Monday. The -weather during' the past week has been everything that could be desired for this season of the year, warm and pleasant during the day with very light frosts at early morn, in every way favourable to farming opera tions. Business during the past week has been a little brisker here, and a continuation of the same may now be looked for as people are beginning to get over their holiday dis sipation. Mr. Ed. Strong mi ahm reports having sold through his Sydney agents 160 sheep 011 account of Mr. R. 13. Cartwright, and having-, trucked 1000 sheep on account of Messrs. Devlin and Son ( H. J. and D. agents) *, 4851 on account of Messrs. Learmonth (Q-. M. Pitt and Son agents). The following are the wholesale prices for the under mentioned produce at Cootamundra : — Flour, fine, £15 ; seconds, £13 ' Wheat, 5/0 53 bushel Pollard, 1/6 bushel Bran, 1/3 '{? bushel - Maize, new, 5/0 ; old, 6/6 $ bushel Barley, 4/6 bushel Oats, 4/0 $ bushel Hay, £1/10/0 to £...

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CULLINGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

CULLINGAR. A CORRESPONDENT writing to the; Evening i Neivs savs I see in your last issue that your Mur rumburrrah correspondent .says he cannot imagine how it happened that the proposed post office has not been established at Beg gan Beggan. He also truly says that it is much required, and that some unaccount able delay has arisen somewhere. I quite agree with your correspondent, and, like him, I am at a loss to know the cause of the .1-1 ? T -L'L ? — T ? : ? ; ' ? atUfcty. .Duu x tmuii x u-m ngxiu xu attyiug thattlie blame lies at the door of the person who took charge of the petition, and not with i the Government. I know that one person, -a i resident near Beggan Beggan, was two days I ridina' around collectinsr names to the 'peti tion. He then handed the petition with over 30 signatures to it to the person who pro posed getting the post office established. What has become of it since I don't know, but I hope the person who took charge of the petition will clear the matter up, an...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 15th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday , loth May. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 183, 40a, c. Wynyard, p. South Ghindagai, on the left bank of the Tumut River, and adjoining the southern boundary of Andrew J ames Pollock's condi tional purchase No. 182, of 40 acres, Tarra bandra run. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. Lot B, portion 191, 38a, c. Wynyard, p. South Grundagai, 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. 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. 0. Beveridge's conditional purchase No. 28, and adjoining the western and adjacent to the southern boundary of H. C. Beveridge's cond...

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