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COOTAMUNDRA JOTTINGS. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

COOTAMUNDRA JOTTINGS. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir, — What a grand little place Cootamun dra is for fun and frolic, more especially when the shades of e'en havo fallen o'er the city, and our cathedral spire, with yet an other cross on its summit (the architect of that building must' at some time havo been crossed in love), is scarcely discernible in the day's receding light. Always something fresh and new to draw one from his quiet fireside— sometimes the frivolities of youth, particularly if a few country cousins should happen to turn up. from the back blocks or any of the adjacent villages ; at other times a moro social gathering — a concert, the which, howsomever, to give the greater pleasure to the major portion of the popula tion of tbis rapidly rising city, should take more the form of burnt cork* or serio comicalitios. A very pleasant evening was afforded by the Carandini company a week or so ago; and on Friday evening next we n.Tfi n.rrnin nrnmised — under the ausnices of that immac...

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NARRANDERRA. On Wednesday, 5th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

NARRANDERRA. On Wednesday , 5th June. 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£a. Banandra run. Lots B to F, portions 19 to 23, p. Bolaro, and lots Gr to P, portions 105 to 115, p. Wattai, c. Cooper, adjacent to the northern boundaries of portions Nor. 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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POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. SATURDAY, 11TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. Saturday, 11th April. Before Mr. S. Robinson, P.M., of Young, who was on his return from the inquest at Bethungra. ASSUALT. Murray v. Hammond. Defendant was ! charged with assaulting and beating com plainant' on the 10th instant. _ i Constable Walker deposed to the arresting of defendant. r-r»m r-l n,i n n.n t . William Murrav. sworn, de posed : He was a blacksmith, in the employ of -Richard Moore, at Cootamundra; he knew defendant, had not known him. long ; he saw him at Moore's Blacksinith!s shop on the 10th instant, where he and defendant bad an altercation; they exchanged hard words, when defendant suddenly drew a riding ?whir* a, nd struck him on the head, knocking him down ; defendant expressed regret to Mr. Moore for the disturbance he had caused, and then rode away; witness sent for Dr. Combe, who came and attended to his wound ; he was weak and unable to walk without assistance. By the Police : I cannot describe the whip. By Defendant : I did not ...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. InE undermentioned conditional and addi tional conditional purchases of land under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, havo become lapsed through non-receipt of . the necessary declarations or non-payment of interest as proscribed by the Act ; and that tlio Lands will bo offered for salo as early as practicable, by competition at pub lic auction, if not in the meantime condi tionally purchased afresh, which they are liable to be, unless improved within the meaning of the said Act : — COOTAMUNDRA DISTRICT. William Sawyer, live lots of 40a each, c. Clarendon,, p. Bethungra Hugh Sinclair, jun., 40a, c. Clarendon, p. Bobnong Edward T. Richards, two lots of 40a each, c. Bland, p. Bobnong ' 'William J. Green, 40a, c. Harden, p. Jin dalee James Reid, 40a, c. Harden, p. Jindalee. Gundagai District. David Neve, 40a, c. 'Wynyard, p. Eden Forest Thomas Luff, three lots, 40a each, c. Buc cleuch, p. Wagra James 'Wilson, two lots, 40a each, c. Buc cleuch, p. Wagr...

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AT WAGGA. On Wednesday, 19th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

AT WAGGA. On Wednesday, 19th June. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 10, 320a, c. Clarendon, p. Malebo, on tho road from Mavrar station to Wagga, and adjoining tlio northern bound-' ary of Abraham Booth's portion No. 8 and 150 acres, Gobbagombalin run. Lot B, portion 58, 249a lr, c. Clarendon, p. Gywnne, on the road from Merolebale to. Junee, and adjoining the northern boundary of portion No. 57 of 118 acr'es, and the west ern boundary of portion No. 59 of 198 acres 1 rood. Lot 0, portion 89, 40a, c. Mitchell, p. Mundowy, adjoining part of the western boundary of portion No. 30 of 47 acres. Lot D,- portion 27, 40a, c. Clarendon, - p. Tootool. adioinine Dart -of the western boundary of E. A. Ashcroft's ^portion No. 6 of 200 acres, and adjacent to the southern boundary of David Davies' conditional pur chase No. 26 of 240 acres, Tootool run. Lot E, portion 57, 80a, c. Clarendon, p. Milbrulong, on the left bank of Bullenbong creek, and on both sides of the road from Mittagong to Bullenbong,...

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

\ The Popular Prices / \ ESTABLISHED BY / J OHN KIBBY, \ CLARENDON STORES,/ \ COOTAMUNDRA, / HAYE PROVBD MOST SATISFACTORILY to all classes^and convinces him \ tliat liis jr ii©mpiifiCE» cash Is not only thie mW attractive 'but the MOST jCEjSIIJJJERATIVE. DZ&AFSl^. To inaugurate the Winter Tirade I shall offer egicie of the greatest bargains in Domestic Drapery ever known iikthe annals of th# Trade in Cootamundra, and at such' prices that tend to attractive attention m the. interested and disinterested public. To buyers who wish to bt|y all kinds $1 Drapery at . ' -W AY PErOE8j»-s I extend an invitl&ogrto visit the Clari&^n Stores. J r!T.O'^TTTITf« /, ? purchasing vjur clothing examine Kf§BY'S Stock, where yoiHnll find the most stylish and poplar goods worn this season, all new, fresh goods, and the garments made and jpmmed i&the best manner. The low prices maintaineythroughout the tkocery Department have been appreciated by my customeraf and in futur...

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LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA, On Wednesday, 19th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA, On Wednesday, 1 9th June. Country Lots : Lot; A,' portion 147, 40a, -c. Harden, p. | ? Cucumbla,, adjacent to the southern bound- i ary of J. Fitzpatrick' s portion No. 16, and I part of the eastern boundary of his portion No. 4 of 640 acres. Price per acre, £3/15/. Lots B to O, portions 300 to 313, various areas, c. Harden, p. Cucumbla, on and near - the right bank of Muttama creek, at its junction with the Cungegong creek, and on both sides of the road'from. Cootamundra to Gundagai, and extending from the creek northerly about 2£- miles, to James Fitzpat^ rick's pre-emptive purchase No. 2 of 320 ? ? nv./l T TV/T /-\'n nAiM-li'+in-nol rknvnliooA ctLLU. U» lU-Caiv o uuuuxi/iuuux ^/uj. viiuiou , No. 72 of 80 acres, Brawlin run. Lots P to V, portion 201 to 207, various areas,' c. Harden, p. Muttama, adjacent to and near the eastern boundaries of S. , J. Carberry's conditional purchase No. 96 of 40 i - and 44 acres each, and adjoining tlie eastern boundary o...

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

BET-HUN GRA. (from omi correspondent. ) Since penning my last items of news the face of nature is quite altered in this; district; then everything was quite parched ; now tho country is clad in green. ' We cannot say, however, that grass is abundant, for though' it' is green it is short, except. 'on en closed lands; but wlien w.-. consider what the condition of thiiiga was in Muy ' of last ' year, wo should not think of h rumbling. From time to time during ''lafct' month we were favoured with some fine rain, still in sufficient for our wants. All present opera tions afield are found' rather laborious both on man and beast, owing to the hardness of the soil. The railway between here and Cootamun dra is at last opened fdr passenger traffic, but when the general opening will take place I am unable to say. Since the opening many have availed themselves of the convenience to take a trip to the metropolis. ? ' .Besides opening thfe railway the'Govern ment have of lato confeiTed two other ...

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NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

NEWS BY CABLE. [From the Daily Papers.] London, April 30. Eussia accepts Prince Bismarck's sugges tions as the mutual withdrawal of the Bussian troops and the English fleet. Two thousand workmen on the^ North British Railway stiuck against the increase , in the number of working hours from 51 to 54 weekly. British warlike preparations ^ continue without cessation, and are increasing. The Right Hon. Gathorne Hardy stated at Bradford that in the negotiations now pro ceeding between the European Powers the British Government is taking its stand upon the Treaty of 1870, as it deems the Treaty of San Stefano to be without a single element that will secure permanent peace. It fur ther urges that the interests of the Mussul mans and Greeks must not be forgotten; and says that England is resolved to adhere to the principles she has hitherto main tained.. Prince Arther, Duke of Connaught, has been., betrothed to the Princess Louise, daughter of Prince Frederick Charles of Germany. - May 1. A...

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POETRY. "TWO'S COMPANY." [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

POETRY. 'TWO'S COMPANY.' Miss Jenny B ? was born for me, And I was born for Jenny : For any other Miss I see I hardly care a penny. , Two turtle-doves you never saw So fond of one another, And yet my rapture hath a flaw— My Jenny hath a brother I — A child of eight, or under that ; Of manners inoffensive. You rarely find so young a brat With knowledge so extensive. For him two syllables axe naught, He laughs at long-division ; He says his lessons as he ought, With laudible precision. Due reverence for me he shows ; He greets me as a ' mister,' The clever boy ! — I know he knows I love his pretty sister. It may be chance, and yet I see That more than chance is in it : He never leaves Miss B ? and me Together for a minute. I cannot heave the tender sigh With any satisfaction While such an incubus is by To mark my every action. I cannot bend the supple knee, ~ And 'pop' the tender question: ? The very thought of Number Three . Forbids the soft suggestion. . We never meet, we never talk...

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

THE CITY BANK, 1 rriHE above/ Barilc ' jlias OPENED A I . JL BRANCK at Qfotamuiidra for the f tagjrsaction ofmll iisuaFMnking business. ? '^'AGENOIIjp throxtgjyproihe world. The Bran-jSi is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Oootamundra, 30th January, J 877. „ E. STROIVeiTIIAItM, j r I STOft staSxon, / OOnVCDVLISSIOIT .A-GKEJUSTT., jf COOTAMUNDRA. s DR. J. B. QRABBE, ✓ r M.D., C.M. rfNIVjJEDIN.), / (A legacy qualif^TMedicjilS^ractitioner), 1\/r AY BE COjpSULTE&^y patients at 1VB their private residences or at his own residence. Cooper-street, Oootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA.. , MR. FRANK ITOURPHY, / SOLiapCOE,«c. i Ofpice : — Albiap. Arcai^uEjTL'kcr-strcet. ' Kf* Attends ax MiuTuintmiTali EVERY COURT DAY. T. M'BEATH, ?BWSi5-EE & CABSJ^TSIA2iS5SS, XT AS always on hyil for jjtfo Occlav and _0_ Hue and fresl/burnt 'Kteio at current rates.,,a*iron Bedstmds, iStiifonjg materials, Yarnishes, and Chjirs inWf; very cheap. Plans and Estimates of buildings and repairs on appli...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

THE LAND. LAND SALES. In pursuance of the provisions of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the Minister for Lands notifies that the 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 lot respectively (deposit, 25 per cent.) : — AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday , loth May, Country Lot : Lot A, portion 90, 199a 2r, c. Bland, p. Yeo Yeo, adjacent 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. Town Lots : Lot B, allotment 1, section 4, 2r 7p, and lots C 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 COLONIAL SECRETARY ON THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

THE COLONIAL SECRETARY ON THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. Mr. Fitzpatrick, whilst opening a new Public School at Balmain, on Saturday, 4th instant, delivered an able speech in defence of the present Public School sys tem of New South Wales, from the report of which we makd the following quotations, the remainder having refer ence to the Balmain school : — Mr. Fitzpatrick said : Balmain had been identified in a peculiar manner with the Public school system, because the honour was reserved for Balmain of call ing the first, indeed the only public meet ing of citizens to strengthen the hands of the'Government for the time being who introduced the Public Schools Bill ; and a very large and influential meeting was . held in support of that movement. If he could do so without offence to them, he would now like to say a few words, in a temperate spirit, in justification of the Public school system, to which, of course, there were many conscientious objectors. For himself, he believed that no man who...

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

s ULoyal Southern Star Lodgtf, G.U.O.O.F. ^0^ /) npHE n^SiLGreneral Meetififfwill ,}-o held ^ A on THt^pA^^HT, 2grd inst. (instead of Frida^tt^Cj. . . if Candidat^S^r^j^e iuitiaraa at this eetmg^^JOHN WILl^mH, ^ Secretary. Notice to Trespassers. , THE ffmfersigned hereby jcautffiis all prnffifis agaia^Kan g , damaging fei^es, or otherwise Fx^ft5PASS INGr (la Gu£tmbendyal, Stockinb^pigal, and Groggi^fiilfek Runs. WILLIAM O'BRIEN. Wanted. A GOOD G&toAL SEP^fT AflPy to H. B. PRIMR®^^^ Wanted Known. TTIBkT F. SOUTHE#, Bafefc, Cootamun I Jrdra,. isj^CASH Jouyer ^ EGGS and BETTER m any quajtity.i \ The highest nrarket prR^given. J0HN BRIDfG£'i-~-, Wot^ amk Produce, £We mogk, Siatimifeiid^enerai AgeipJ^ I 3ST Jdl^PT ? Local Agents — P. Guiry, W. A. Byrne. jM20 mewarcL* ttPlLL mL given for informatio# leadpng to ipFconvic tiqBjASiiy retailer -who fcbgj#utes ana sells any j iter spmfmnder tho name of i WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, As such practices are injurious to the reputation of the Genuine...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

RELIGIOUS NOTICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT. Wesleyan : — Cootamundra, 11 and 7 , Wallendbeen, 11 ; Jindalee, 3. — Laymen. COOTA^^^ERALD. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1878.

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COURTS OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

COURTS OF INQUIRY. Cootamundra, Land-office, Tuesday, 18th 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.

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 12.10 a.m. CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 12.10 a.m. CABLEGRAMS. . London May 9. Negotiations for a European congress have been re-opened. /Before entering the congress the British Government wish to /remove all chance of a misfmder standingv Provisions now pending refer mainly to the limits of Bulgaria and the cession of Armenia. England and Erance strongly object to the proposed extension of Bulgaria; In the event of ^ England ? j t- ? ?? ? j/i. _ ? ? - n ? auu jaussia, making xiie requxrea conces sions, and the congress meets, a hopeful view prevails on the continent as to the result. ' [Relations between Russia and Turkey appeared critical consequent on the Turks refusing to evacuate Batoum, Shumla, and Varna; but subsequently the Porte decided to comply with the Russian demands provided the Russians retired from Adrainople. The position of. the Sultan is preca rious. Palace intrigues continue. It is feared a revolution at Stamboul would precipitat...

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

That now essential 'body in our midst known as the Vigilance Committee, ever with, ready eyes to see to the interests of . , the town and district, has 'decided to in augurate a movement for the establish ment of a- School of Arts or Mechanics' Institute, or some such society, of what name soever, having for its object the in tellectual improvement and recreation of the community whom they represent. ?j-nis movement is one wormy oi the sup port of the press and every intelligent resident in the district. . It is creditable to the Vigilance Committee that they . . have any inclination to mend our ways j intellectually as well as materially, a phase of character which is not always to be found in civic functionaries — for as such, of course, the committee must be regarded. A correspondent in last issue of this journal took occasion to compli 1 ment the young folk of Cootamundra for the love of manly sports and recreations as displayed by them. Now, whilst we do not wish to be understo...

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

GUNDAGAI. (FROM OTJR CORRESPONDENT.) I am very glad to notice in a copy of your \r-3 valuable paper of 7th instant that the Eree Selectors' Association is still in existence in Cootamundra, that they think the land question of enough, importance to continue meeting together, and also that, in the event of an increase-of members of Parlia- ' ment or a new election-, it is not impro bable that a man will offer himself as a* can-' Ji ' didate. if not from ' Cootamundra. at anv rate from Gundagai. The season being more like a beautiful spring than autumn causes the feed to be so abundant on the Gundagai flats and other places that a large number of cattle have died (not with eating poison, but with hav ing over burden of rich fodder) ; and I am sure that owners of stock would, rather lose a few that way than from starvation. The farmers are all very busy ploughing and sowing. The deputation which waited on the Minis ter for Works have no doubt done some good, but I hope they will not st...

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MURRUMBURRAH. May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

MURRUMBURRAH. (from otjr correspondent.) May 10. « . It is some time since I sent you a corres pondence from this place, owing to circum stances. However, I now resume my usual letters, which doubtless will be acceptable to your general readers. The district generally, I may state, is in a high state of prosperous expectations, from the fact of the grazing capabilities being far. better than has been experienced for years past. Property has, of course, much in creased in value : and as regards stock of all kinds, I do not observe any inclination +n coll Vmf rnt.Vifiv fo ?nmvVhasfi. inni'fi nnrfi - cularly such stock as may still further im prove their breed. From personal observa tion on the stations around I may state that what was actually a barren country twelve months since has now splendid pasture everywhere to be seen, and it is pleasing to see the' extensive improvements now pro gressing still further for the growth of grass. Large areas have been_ divested of all timber, and...

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