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| LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS-] London. March 10. The 'Wellington six per cent, loan of £200,000 has been subscribed at an average of £101|. The tenders amounted to £790,000. Wool is weaker, and prices are irregular. 5000 bales have been withdrawn. Wheat is easier. Adelaide has been sold at 56/ ; For arrival 54/6. Copper is lower. Wallaroo is quoted at 77 j Burra Burra, 75. 400 tons of Burra are announced for public sale on the 20th. Tin. — Australian, 70. The Pacific Company's steamers via the Cape are advertised : Lusi tania, for May; Chimborazo, for August ; and Cuzco, for Sep tember. March 11. The E. M. S. Bangalore left Galle with the mails for Australia to-day. ; I Discharged French soldiers have been ordered to leave Alsace and Lorraine, unless they consent to denationalise themselves. Eussia has made fresh proposals for the collective action of the various European Powers. Montenegro persists in her de mand for the cession of territory and a seaport.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
Another link in the chain of railway communication between the metropolitan cities of New South Wales and , Victoria has been completed ; and it 'is our plea sure to congratulate our neighbours of Murrumburrah on the advent of the locomotive to their township. 'We hope that we may have, before the close of the year, the greater pleasure of con gratulating the settlers here on its reach ing Cootamundra. At the banquet given / in honour of the occasion at Mitrruni burrah on Monday riigBt last (a report of which appears in our present issue), it was stated by Mr. A. Amos that the line would probably be completed to 'Wagga 'Wagga in eleven months; and, doubt less, our readers trust that that statement ^ may be taken without the seasoning of a \ grain of salt. ^ — ?~— '?— ? Our object in the present article is to give a summary of the ? speech made, at the banquet by the Hon. J. Lackey, Minister for Works./ iWe give it merely for the sake of the little information ? it contains; for, as ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
IMPOUNDINGS; At Murrumburrah. — On 3rd March, from Demondrille Creek, re-advei'tised in con sequence of error in former description : — Brown horse, SW near shoulder shod, star,' broken, 19/3; bay horse, TB (the T with dash through it) over f W near shoulder, TP or 5- near thigh, blotched brand off shoulder, broken, aged, 19/3; red bullock, GS near rump and thigh, near ear marked, 15/. To be sold 29th March. At Jugiong, on 8th March, from Point Station :— Black mare, K&near shoulder, off eye out, lump on belly, broken, aged, 16 hands. To be sold 5th April. At Adelong, on 27th February, 9/6 each: — Red and white steer, like a blotched brand below H near rump. On oth March, from Kalafat: — Roan mare, TK over g;pq near shoulder, hind feet white, star, pulled tail. To be sold 29th March.
DISASTROUS FIRE AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
'DISASTROUS FIBE AT YOUNG. ??-..;. , (Burrangong .Chronicle:) Maky of our readers will doubtless recollect the most disastrous fire- which: occurred here in April, 1S75, at wMohT\time' many of the principal business establishments in town were destroyed, and numbers of business men thrown back as it were almost as far from success in business matters as they were previous to. startinc-. Nothing daunted, however, they again resolved to' make an other start, and with a view to guarding against the fiery element many of -them built fine 'brick- structures in. the place of the wooden ones formerly used. ' The proba bility of a fire in other parts of this town has not been looked upon as anything unlikely, considering tho inflammable nature of the wood of which the houses are composed, and in order to guard against an outbreak some time; ago a fire brigade was formed, the members connected with which have kept themselves in active training in order to be ready for the alarm of ,' Fire.' ...
APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. County Selwyn, parish Tumbarumba: — Stephen Dewan, Tumbarumaj 300 acres, rent £1 ; John Mullins, Albury, 180 acres, rent £1 ; John Oashman, Tumbarumba, 960 rent £3 ; Henry Diessell, Tumbarumba, 450 acres, rent £1/8/2; Antony Fredericks, Tum barumba, 600 acres, rent £1/17/6. Parish Nuremeremong : — John Reid, Albury, 320 acres, rent £1. Parish Glenkin: — William Elliot, Walaregang, 600 acres, rent £1/17/6. County King : — Parish Kenyn : John Frost, sen., Burrowa, 180 acres, rent £1. Parish .Opton ; John Dwyer, Burrowa, 270 acres, rent £1. Parish Ware : John Conroy, Burrowa, 300 acres, rent £1. v County Monteagle : — Parish Geegullalong : John Hurley, Burrowa, 300 .acres, rent £1. Parish Bribera: Johnston Porter, Young, 960 acres, rent £3. County Harden :— Parish Birrema: Win. Luff, Jugiong, 1800 acres, rent £5/12/6; Jeremiah Sheahan, Jugiong, 1920 acres, rent £6. Parish Talmo : Alexander Amour, Bookham, 1380 acres, rent £4/6/3 ; Matthew Amour, B...
THE LATE ARCHBISHOP POLDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
THE LATEnAEOHBISHOP POLDING, : i (Mouther)} Anjus.J ? Tins distinguished prplato,- after many years of usefulness rendered to tlie Catholic Church and to nmltiturios of persons in this and other countries, passed away from an ovnjtlily existence, ^in tho eighty-third year of lus ago,- to a world where joy and pleasure :;abomi(ls,?a littlo bcfore.se von o'clock yu.stur day momiiu'1. The Most Eev. John Beilo Poitling to Avhom wo allude, arrive^ in Sydney nearly forty-two years, ago, and within seven years of his arrival was raised to the archie] dscopal dignity by his late Holiness .Pope Gregory Xvl. His first work in the colony was of no trivial charac ter, but he had been well educated for the exertions he had to make, having entered St. Gregory's College, Downside, England, in 1S05, and received the habit of the Beno dictino Order* in July 1810, his religious profession being made just a. year subse quently. On tlie 4th of March, 1819, he was ordained, and seventeen days afterwards...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tji:e BoAi).-^Since;thpJ opening of tlio Ex tension of the -railway, to Murruinburrah there has been an increased , traffic 'on the road -both by carriers and passengers by Cobb'and Co. 's coaches.: There has conse quently,, too, been an ^alteration in' the mail time-tables: but it appears that tlie altera tion is iiot satisfactory to all . A jietitidn ' is in course of si«mature in the Bland distrif.f. for a change in tho departure; of -their mail form. Cootamundra, where it is unnecessarily,' detained two days. Tho new time-table (also makos a gap from Saturday till Tuesday in the mails from Sydney to Oootamundra, which is a sorious inconvonionco, Public Besehvoih.— Mr. Miirruy, tho on-. ginoor in charge. of the Besorvoir works, has decided upon, erecting ; a substantial stone weir across the by-wash with a slope of 2 to 1 backed , up by a break of logs on the oiitside, aiicl pvotoctod by a strong pi\d(lle wall on the jnside, of: siifficiont hoight to raise the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. y ? THE above Ba»k-)h/s OPENED A BRANCH aiMyo^iyiundra for the transaction of all nsyMltuw^g business. AGENCIES tkvofMLoyk&b world. The Branch is under 'tho management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE/ Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DETERcSTsPECIFIC, oil Horse aiutAOatfic Ointment, Is tho only re^aMeX'eme^y for Sitiasts, Fistulas, ►^ydlfc a/dh#irtli Galls, TT^HIS preparation, though recently intro I. tfuced to jHit/lic notice, is rapidly taking precedence to all others of the kind ; and is without doubt the most speedy, safe, and effectual remedy for all old suppurating and offensive sores upon horses, cattle, sheep, or dogs. Testimonials are frequently received, and may be seen upon application to the proprie tor. FRANK MOORE, Cootamundra. £T PRICE, 2/- PER, POT. ,-- -^ '' DR. T. G. I VI MY; ...LA.G.L; J.E^ aAiL.M.B.^.r . , (A legally Qualift^dllffecucyl 3*&ictitioner,) MAY be ^o'nstlrted^DMLWft tho Star Hotel, Cootamjandra. Sign-writer, Hontfc-iMiiiiter...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Tuesday, April 3. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Tuesday, April 3. Country Lots : Lots A and B, 40 acres each, c. Buccleuch, p. Wagara, adjacent to the .eastern boun daries of portions 63 and 68 of 40 and 50 acres respectively. Wagara run. Upset price, £1 per acre. On Wednesday, 18th April. Country Lots :- ! / Lots A to C, portions 10 to 22, 40 acres each, c. Clarendon, p. Billabong, on and near the left bank of Ularidrie Creek, and about 25 chains easterly from A. Davis's condi tional purchase No. 4 of 40 acres. Ironbung Run. Lot D, portion 95, 400 acres, c. Harden, p. Mooney Mooney, adjoining eastern bound ary of R. M'Leod's portion No. 21 of 40 acres 2 roods, and adjacent to northern boundaries of reserve No. 706 and J. Harpley's condi tional purchase No. 12. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot E, portion 208, 4a lr 30p, c. Wynyard, p. Willie Ploma, adjoining eastern boundary of Win. Cross's conditional purchase No. 202 of 40 acres, and part of the northern bound ary of portion No. 176. Wi...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On Wednesday, 18th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On Wednesday, 18th April. ? Country Lots : Lots A to E, portions 18 to 22, 52, 57, 60, .66, and 67 acres respectively, c. Wynyard, p. Wallace, on the left bank of Yayen Creek, at arid near its junction with Spring Creek, and extending from the southern boundary of Peterson and Sargood's portion No. 17 of 67 acres, up the creek about a mile. Ex clusively of a road 1 ohain wide. £1 per acre.
POETRY. POPPIES AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
?:???????.?/ POETRY. ?, ?' POPPIES AND WHEAT. Poppies have loved the golden wheat Many a thousand years, AitdstUl they lift a glowing face '?' TJp to the bending ears. 'Wherever the yellow wheat doth grow, Scarlet poppies will surely go. Bind -the sheaves in- the East or West, .Take seed where man ne'er trod, And when the corn bends to the breeze, The poppy there will nod. No time, no distance, hath the power To, change the love of grain and flower. See how the silky petals stir, , Like banners in still air ! '. Seenow the rich ripe ears sway down To flowers so idly fair ! Q sweet wind of the harvest day, Tell me what do these lovers say. / Do they remember Nilus yet ? .?»)'? ?' Ham's daughters, dusky fair ? / Greek girls with mingled wreaths of wh^at And poppies in their hair ? } Or fair. Judean maids at morn / Gleaning among the yellow corn ? [ Does grain of wheat or seed of flower I , Hold still a memory / Ofihappy English harvest-homes I '?'- Oh many a pleasant lea, \ Arid youth...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
,:;i. MISCELLANEOUS. -:- Dreadful Accident.— The Southern Argus, reports that Mr. D. Minahan, junior, of Bowning,' was killed by a fall from his horse between Yass and 'Bowning1 - on 'Wednesday ?. night. Deceased was a son .of Mr. D. Mina han, of Bowning. and' was about twerity seyen years; of age.- .-For. several daysjpreviH pus to the fatal accident. he was ; engaged; at the itass railway station trucking horses for Sydney, and; !left the -town on- Wednesday : ? evening in company with his brother-m-law for. home. They kept company1 with each other until, they, reached jM'Grath's Tele. graph Inn, where the deceased had a bottle of lemonade. ' TJpbn going some thirty yards furthor on, -. his brother-in-law - (Daniel Curtain), who had. some horses in charge, stayed behind, and deceased went on. ' Cur tain afterwards followed, and upon getting home told j some of the members of the family that deceased had left for home before him:. A person named William ? O'Daire afterwards , found...
THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th April. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 135, 64 acres, c. Monteagle, p. Murringo North, adjoining the eastern boundary of William Crowe's conditional purchase No. 76 of 170 acres, and the north ern boundary of water-reserve No. 226. Mtirringo run. Upset price, £1 per acre. Lot 13, portion 36, 50 acres, c. Monteagle, p. Burrang'ong, on right bank of M'Henry's Creek, and opposite Thomas O'Malley's con ditional purchase No. 915 of 120 acres, parish of Young. Upset price, £53 per lot. Lot 0,' portion 124, 160 acres, c. Harden, p. Wallendoon, on the road from Bland to Murramburrah, and lying between the west ern boundary of W. Price's conditional pur chase No. 123 of 200 acres, and the eastern boundary of J. Dunneff s conditional pur chase No. 125 of 80 acres. Upset price £310.