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POSTAL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

POSTAL TIME TABLE. Mail closes at Cootamundra daily (Saturday excepted) as follows : — For Cungegong, Bethungra, Junee, 'Wallaceton, Wagga Wagga, wallendbeen, Murrumburrali, Young, and .... _ ' Sydney at 7 p.m. - ' .Arrives from the above daily (Monday excepted) at 5.30 ' a.m., and delivered at the post-office at 9 a.m. Temoka Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Tuesday, 6 a.m. ; arrives at Temora ' - at 5 p.m. ?? Leaves Temora 'Wednesday, 9 a.m. ; arrives at Coota j mundra at 6 p.m. Muttama Mail. Leaves Cootamundra Sunday and Thursday, at 9 p.m. -Arrives Cootamundra Sunday and Thursday, at 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I « The following table shows at a glance tho times of de parture and arrival of trains and the f ares charged : — DOWN TRAINS. A.M. p.st. 1st 2nd Sydney ? Dep. 9 45 6 20 Goulburn ...Arr. 134 miles 414 1145 „ ...Dep. — 4 23 1154 37/3 27/9 A.M. Gunning ... ... 165 „ 5 53 1 30 45/3 33/0 Yass ? 187 „ 6 47 216 50/9 36/9 Bowning ...' ... 194 „ 7 10 2 40 52/6 36/0 Binalong ? 208 „ 7 44 3 14 55/0 39/6 'G-along ? 216 8 4 3 34 54/9 40/0 ?' Cunningar ? 225 „ 8 29 3 59 57/0 40/9 Murrumburrali ... 228 „ 8 45 4 12 57/3 41/0 Wallendbeen ... 241 -,, 9 16 4 42 59/0 42/3 Cootamundra ... 253 „ 9 48 5 15 60/0 43/3 Bethungra ... ... J268 „ 10 25 5 55 62/3 44/0 UP THAINS. A.M. P.M. 1ST 2ND Bethungra ? Dep. 6 20 7 5 Cootamundra ... 15 miles 7 0 7 45 3/9 2/6 Wallendbeen ... 27 „ 7 28 8 13 6/9 4/6 . Murrumburrali ... 40 8 5 8 49 10/0 6/9 Cunningar ? . 43 „ 8 13 8 58 10/9 7/3 Galong ? 52 „ 8 41 9 25 ' 13/0 8/9 Binalong ...' ... 60 „ 9 2 9 48 15/0 10/0 Bowning ? 74 „ 9 40 10 26 18/6 12/6 ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 May 1878

VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. The Hon. J. Sutherland, Minister for Works, accompanied by tho Commissioner for Railways (Mr. Groodchap), the traffic manager (Mr. Carlisle), the permanent way inspector (Mr. Crawford), and others, pro ceeding on an official tour of inspection along the Southern Line, called at Cootamundra on Saturday last, rapidly inspected the cattle yards, and then went on to Bethungra. The party returned to uootainuncira yesterciay morning, when the Minister was interviewed by members of the Vigilance Committee (Messrs. Jqnes, J. Bajnes, Simpson, and Pinkstone) with a view to bring under his no tice urgent public wants that required to be attended to. The secretary of the committee having been appointed spokesman of the deputation, he first sought information as to whether engine-sheds were likely to be es tablished at Cootamundra, pointing out that this station would be a suitable one for the purpose especially^ as it was in contemplation tostart a Ene^ westCjWi...

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

GTTNDAG-AT. ' (PEOH OTJR CORRESPONDENT.) ??A meeting of the Coolac Free Selectors', Farmers', and Tradesmen's Association was o-itield^at Mr. W. Hoare's on Thursday even ing, 16th instant. A large number of mein ? bers were present^ and in the absence of the presidents and'* vice-president, Mr. ' J. B. _.Hanlon, of Muttama Reef, was voted to the ? ? chair. ;- ?Before the minutes- of previous meet ing were read' by the secretary, one new i-v-in-mT\an rxraa cmrnileri anil Riir nnmnH xxtato ' ^erased1 for non-attendance arid non-payment toi fee for 1877. The secretary reported that 3 vh'e nad not received any answers from those whom he had been ordered at last meeting to ' correspond with, viz., the Minister for.Lands, - ' the ?? minister for Justice, the agent of the t'fedciety in Sydney, GJ Adams of Albury, and others. Tho secretary was requested to urge niatters in hand toacloseas soon as possible. ? jif tor passing account for copying press, &c. , the meeting closed with th...

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

'?T-'!f:-' ?:?.?????. CONCERT. . . '-The musical and farcical entertainment ? given by local amateurs on Friday night last was a most complete success. We have been assured by many who were present that nothing had ever before given such general satisfaction ; and from the continu ous, hearty laughter which was provoked by, in the first part, Mr. A. Simpson's comic song, ' I stood it like a lamb,' which was executed to perfection, and in the farces by the drolleries, wit, humour, and local hits of the various characters, one might readily believe, as some of the audience have com plained, that their 'sides literally ached from excessive laughter. The whole affair forci bly proved that the amateur talent of Coota ~ ' '' ffitindra. is at any rate .anything but ? mean, and certainly abundant : and, as it is desira ble that such a company should be kept to gether to be serviceable in aiding local insti tutions, it is to be hoped something will be done towards permanent, organization and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

Selections at Oootamundra.— The fol lowing selections were taken up at the local land office on Thursday last : — John O'Dare, 40a, 'Congou ; Mary 6'Dare, 40a, Congou ; Thomas Hardy, 40a, Jindalee; David Ms - gill, 80a, Jindalee ; ...Win. Toohey, GOa, Cul linga; Sophia Anne/Cartwright, 40a, Coota .niuudra.. ' : _ . ; !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

. RICHARD M'DOUGAL., MJB. AND CM. k Jt Of the UnivcAty jJJJlusgow^g^pikl, MAY be c-jfnsultod daily at Tusjpsttage, opposite Dillon's Hotel, Murrum burrah. (/0///1/. BRIDGE, ^r* Wool and|Pj4rafrcc, Live S^ET **]$ Local Ago* ts— P. u-uiitv, W. A. ByrxeI THirGEOTmE ~% VIRGINIAN TQBAGCoi Warranted manufactured by that renowned firm 4 CA9KEROR AN© CO., I OF I Richmond, Virginnia. .f IN STOCK. / THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SMOKING-. ' ? :,i IVTAYY 8's, 5's 4 V AROMATIC and IM GOLD LEAF CABLE, ^utiftari P. BEALJST SPLEN3ID WtinrE*Cl!fo4fik\ Baveii^^roiic'iid, Cut Ctom Luai', (Jit MixtiUMi^'ufcjH.iveiK^p?. Giuprsf ojLiaj&y descrij )t|Ri. J:'l l'\K!TTti large Wuiletjv^ork Pipes, &c. JuiS^Coloniui jN cjgroh&id, whole sale arid vowj0r f The ah^e Tobaccos, Cigars, fPipes, &c, &c, viimesalo or retail at GMli prices, lower tiJM.u :my other house in|JSydiicy. A trial solicited. ,£ The American Flag, Ac. tjae Stars and Stripes, denotes the address — |p' Virginia, Toba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

l3dyal southern stars \ G.U.O.O.F. / kkm procession ^ pic-Nidi TH E\ A B 6 V E are to tako place on QUEERS BIRTHDA Y, in celebration of 1|he Second Anniversary of the Lodge. | ,;' In the niorninglthe members of the Order will walk in procession throjigh the town ship, headed by ths.Band. £ Immediately after the procession the com pany will proceed to|the Pic-nic Grounds, at Oddfellows' Eetreat,^, pretty and appropri ate rendezvous at Jii^dalee, where all kinds of amusements will be provided for to make a merry day's outingljpr all who attends— 1'oot-racing, foot-ballpnatch, criclpetyiJ^cc. , prizes^pd8tr given. Lj|ncheon provided. T*T whole to be JjoWmded ^w\ Ball in the eW-ning, in a J^oiIl specialfy*ntted for th4oj»asion, with P'dor^aid for dancing at considerable cost to?the Gtaminittee of Man agement, jig \ K$* As it is noj£the intention of the Com mittee to make money oumpf the above, but to provide a genuine programme of enjoy ment for all oniifchis auspicious occasion, they' ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN DIAMOND ROCK DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

THE AUSTRALIAN DIAMOND ROOK DRILL. One of these machines, whose capabilities have been so satisfactorily tested at the pre sent exhibition, is at work at the Sydney Coal Company's mine at Newington, on the Parramatta River, making a deep bore. The object in view is to 'strike coal'?' in order to supply the S}rdney and other markets with a good article at reasonable rates. The coal is supposed to be available in large quantities at a depth of about 800 or 1000 feet from the surface, but the above vuiuythuy tuoj.uuwovtU) jjiuj.mj.uu. tu jju it much deeper depth with the drill in order to accomplish their object. Special tests of the diamond rock drills have been niade in the presence of the judges at the exhibition, when sandstone was pierced through at the rate of over 20 feet per hour, and granite, similar to that of the columns in the Greneral Post Office, at the rate of 5 feet 6 inches per hour. A piece of Melbourne bluestone was also operated upon at a rate of 10 feet an hour. Th...

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SOUTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

SOUTHERN EAILWAY EXTENSION. The S. M. Herald's special correspondent, who, it appears, accompanied Mr. Suther land on his recent official tour of in spection, is giving the readers of that jour nal the benefit of his observations along the way. In his first article, which we here quote from, it will be seen he speaks highly of the growth and prospects of Cootamun dra : — Strictly speaking the line may be said to be fit for traffic to Junee. But though the contractors are quite prepared to hand the line over, and from, the heavy 'haulage of material for the further extension to Wagga Wagga it has been thoroughly tested, it remains to be proved whether a good deal of the earthwork will stand a heavy rain. There is a very poor fall all through the section from Bethungra, and as the country is in the main so flat that it is subject to floods and the accumulation of backwater, there is great difficulty in getting the water courses with sufficient fall to clear off the surface water witho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

Impounded at Morangorell on 10th May, from Curraburrama, by J. 0 Haw kins, Esq.:— Grey mare, off hip down, WB near shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands, 7/6. Same day, from Morangorell: —Dark bay or brown horse, SO over like diamond near shoulder, blaze, white feet, broken, 7 years, - lo hands, 7/6. To be sold 6th June. It will be universally conceded that no more convincing proof of the really substantial and suitable character of the goods supplied bv Messrs. Riley Bros, in the £o bales, could be afforded than by the fact, that close upon three parts oi their business in those bales is done through the recommendations of first customers. Three out of every four letters speak oi the writers having been strongly recommended to obtain a bale of goods bv persons who had had experience of the 'real sterling Talue of those articles sent bv Messrs. Riley Bros. The fact of the bales toaug went carnage free is a great feature

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 16. BEFORE Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 16. Before Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, J.P. Edward Edwards was brought up charged with larceny. Sergeant Parker deposed : I am a sergoant of police stationed at Cootamundra ; I saw the accused yesterday at Mr. Mullaly's mill ; I asked him his name, and he replied Roberts ; I asked him where he came from, and he said Wagga; I asked him if he had worked at any other place, and he replied Bethungra ; I asked him if he had worked for a man named Bowden, and if he gave tllAJ wi/jlxcx JJU1X1O , JUC JLUJLIlltJll JG9, UUU bU.HU JLIU gave the name of Edwards ; I then told him I had a warrant for a man named Edward Edwards, and that he answered the descrip tion ; I read the warrant to him, wherein he was charged with stealing a trunk containing a watch', -a pair of trousers, and other articles, the property of one John Charlesworth of Sydney;! produced the. warrant, which I read to him ; he replied ' all right ;' on the way to the lockup he said voluntarily, 'I wish to wi...

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A NOBLE BEQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

A NOBLE BEQUEST. His Lordship the Bishop of Newcastle, Dr. Tyrrel, has made a will leaving the bulk of his property, valued at £250,000, to the diocese of Newcastle. The following is the most important portion of the statement in the address of his Lordship, which was read at the Church of England Synod, Newcastle. Dr. Tyrrel is not in good health, or he would have read the opening address himself. The amounts required and the various funds which are to be endowed are : — 1. The Bishop's income of £1200 a year ? £30,000 2 and 3. The stipends of dignitaries (1) Archdeacon ? £5000 (2) Canons, rural deans 6000 ? £11,000 n. \jx&i:gy Bwpeiius ? 1UU,UUU 5. Superannuated clergy ? 10,000 6. Fund — sick clergy ? 5,000 7. ~New clergy ? 25,000 8. The training of future clergy ? 25,000 9. The religious education of the young ? 44,000 In all ? ..£250,000, 'And,' his Lordship says, 'as a last thought, how is it proposed to provide this large amount ?' 'I have four valuable stations on the...

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THE GREAT FOOT-RACE. EAST MAITLAND, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

THE GKREAT FOOT-RACE. [special telegram.] East Maitland, Saturday. The great foot-race of 200 yards be tween Watson and Carver, for £200 a side, came off to-day on the West Mait land racecourse. Watson received his training at the hands of Dave Dunlop, while Carver was under the care of an experienced trainer from Sydney, and doing his exercise at Singleton. Public favour seemed to have been pinned on Watson, as the betting on Friday was quoted 'at 10 to 6 on him, which confid ence was ;not misplaced, as ' he won very easily with folded arms by five yards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

To the Inhabitants of Oootamundra and surrounding District. I BEG- to notify that I have appointed .. E. 0. M00NEY, Chemist and Drug gist, Apothecaries' Hall, Cootamundra, sole AGENT for my Oootamundra trade. Com mission for Watchmaker's or Jewellery Work of all descriptions entrusted to his care will be forwarded without delay, and will be executed with the utmost despatch, on Reasonable Terms, and in a Thoroughly Satisfactory Style. Every possible care taken in packing. English Lever Watches, from £5/5 upwards, Capped and Jewelled, and guaranteed for Two years ladies' and Gents' Gold Watches at the lowest Sydney prices , A Geneva Watches from 80/- * M w Boston Lever Watches from £3 m w***** Gold and Silver J Arellery of every des Jnptioir/f Wedding MngsMnd Keepers made Mi the pntew All isxnAsmt FajA^oods.jjjgB, TobtJcos, Ci4tfM.il BertiMj/mw, CanvalTPatteniflrCutleryTWr In oroer im meet the demands of my rapidly increffimg business, and place my self in a position thoroughly to sa...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 4.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. J Monday, 4.15 p.m. The memorial committee appointed by the citizens of Sydney, to devise the best means of perpetuating memory of the late Mr. T. S. Mort, have decided that the subscriptions promised shall be spent in placing a statue of him in some appro priate position in the city or suburbs; and for establishing a school of engineer ing £500 were promised at a public meeting. 4.30 p.m. The memorial stones of the new Wes ley College were laid on Saturday; and, unfortunately, during the ceremony the Bev. Mr. Fletcher, Principal of Newing ton College, slipped down and broke his leg. He is progressing favourably. The great race between Watson and Carver for £400 took place on Saturday on the Maitland racecourse, distance 200 yards, Watson winning easily by eight yards. The Cable Conference, which met in Melbourne, is concluded, and the follow ing is the result of their deliberations : — vuiuuoj. vxiuver » jjxujjubiu ww ub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

Selections at Young. — Thursday,; 16th instant : — Philip Braddon, 50a, Stony Creek ; Chas. Broughton, 41a 9p, Nubba. WAGGA Wagga. — Friday.— Hector Gillies was brought up to-day on remand, charged with the murder of Eaymond Layard. Jack Martin, and a man named Eutledge, were examined, but no evidence of importance was elicited. The bench, however, expressed a wish that the local press should not publish the evidence. — An extraordinary charge of robbery was investigated at the police court to-day. Two boys, aged respectively 14 and 12; were charged with being engaged in ex tensive post-office robberies. Clune, the elder of the two, is said to have opened the TJrana rnail bag, extracted registered letters, in which were a large number of notes. Some £250 are said to have been taken by the boys, the greater portion of which has been recovered. — Tel. 8. M. Herald. Holloway's Pills. — Nervous Debility. — Persons who feel weak, low, trad nervous may rest assured some seri ous ailment i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

'Some time ago we drew* attention to the non-uniform manner in which the rates f qxi trucks were charged _ on the Great ?..Southern Bailway, and some promises ''' wer§'' made that on re-arranging the schedule of prices this anomaly should liave the . earnest consideration of the railway ^authorities. Time has gone on, but no effort has been made by the. Com missioner to at least have fairness dealt to the inhabitants of the up-country - towns along the railway as mentioned, ' to substantiate which we would respect -' f tiliy draw the attention of the Commis '- eioner to the following table : — ? 'Rates for Cattle and Sheep Trucks from the following Stations : Miles. Cattle. . Sheep. Picton to Sydney .. 53 £2 10 0 £115 4 SM6ssvale:tb do. ..86 3 0 0 2 17 4 Gdulburn to do. ..134 3 7 6.47 8 ;VGootamundratod6. 253 4 13 4 8 8 8 'The' above requires very little ex planation to point out the grievance re fered to. No doubt a cattle-truck heavily ?ladWwill cause extra wear and tear to govern...

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POETRY. THE ROSE OF WARNING. A GERMAN LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

£y POETRY. THE HOSE OF WAKNING. . , A GERMAN LEGEND. '/??. Ik a beautiful Swi83 valley .?'.';?'? Stood a cloister, long ago, By a stream that musically 'Wandered down from Alpine snow. Bound its wall a garden grew, With still pathways winding through ; Holy brothers dwelt there, praying, Musing, guiding, hearts up-staying. And then they tell us that whenever The cold handed conqueror, death, Called a brother's spirit, never Failed this token of last breath — And the midnight call to prayer, On the fated brother's chair ???? Lay a snow white Rose of Warning ; ? He must die at break of morning. In his cell then, uncomplaining, He awaited his last hour, Gazing still, while life was waning, Prayerful, on the warning flower, Hung upon the sacred wood ?-?_.? As once He whose gracious blood From His pierced heart flows forever, 1 _ ? Love's divine, unfailing river. Once alas ! the Rose of Warning Chose a youth. 'Twas hard to die When upon the world life's morning , Had just opened her youn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 May 1878

THE CITY BANK, J rsmZft above Bnnki lias/ OPENED A I Jr. fl3RANCH ii-t (jwk\\6m\-lrn, for the tr%nslption of' all usuri baakiu|* business. ? ifcfflENOIES tlirou#iout%fo world. , QflieYBmncli is under tlie management of Mvlj. I. PETRIE. Oootrnninidra, ? ' 30th Jiiuujiry, JS77. E..STR©NG1^IIARM, ?' /^'' STOCK, STiifON, Sc W i - '' GOOTAMUNDRA. R. J. B. GRABBE, J&I.D., CM. (UNITS E&N.), (A lfclly qualified Medjhl Practitioner), '|&/|'A!5F\BE QfNSULTJfD by-^ients -at JxI_L their private resmoncos or at his own r^uence, Ooopor-street, Oootamundra.. COOTAMUNDRA. MR^FRANK IViy|PH%5 '0 \ SOLICITOR, &c. I . ;^v OFFiCTyfepAibion Arcade, Pai§Ler-3tH!Sff !£?=? 3?ctonds at Murnuuburrah EVERY COURT DAY. IXJ^iilways onlnual for sAo V'-^jjk^ !ViU- j rates/jMxm Beilst^uK i-'iiii'Jiig' imngK^.vls. Varni^jjes| and Chair:- in v:i!'i;fy. vi-:iy (?;.!? :qi. repairs on ru-i1'^'-1' H':::- ?*[ fipj. :5. !3 '''-.' ''b * ?;;j ? $?' &* Sli Manufacturing v. Tinsmith. .and...

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