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CORRESPONDENCE. WATER SUPPLY. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
- ujJKKESPOJS-^xNCE. r , ? :_ ? ^ ' WATER SUPPLY. '' (TO THE EDITOB.) ' Sie,— Now that the enlargement of the Eeservoir is nearly completed it is high .time- pur hospitable people considered what'Steps should be taken to prevent it being damaged and the water polluted by the encroachment of stock. Then arises the question what would they do for water when, as is the case now, none was obtainable outside ? To the latter I reply that, whatever the consequence, it is absolutely necessary,, in the interest ofc the,; general health and the proper x , con'serVation of the work, that they be kepjb .outside of the Eesevoir enclosure. It. is i vested in trustees, then let them fulfil their trust and see that it is properly protected, and if they have not sufficient powers, let us ask the government to ? strengthen their hands. The suggestion that a pump be erected, so that water carts can get their water without going inside, is a good one and should be im me^iiaftely acted upon; and I shoul...
OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
''OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO , , «v ..,;.: MTJRRUMBURRAH. ?., f Abridged from the S, M. Herald. ) On Monday a further extension of the Great Southern Railway from .Binalong to Mur rumburrah was opened for traffic. This ' , adds twenty miles to the lino, making the ' ltdtal length from Sj'dnoy 228 miles, and ? leaves 80 miles now in' process of construc tion to complete the railway to Wagga Wagga, ., The newly opened part of the line will carry, a large and constantly increasing traf fic. .,, Besides . promoting settlement and developing industries in the country, passed through, which will swell the profit returns, the railway will carry all or nearly all the through goods traffic between Sydney and . Wagga Wagga, and all points beyond Mur rumburrah, twenty miles further than it is carried at present. The new terminus being also the nearest point to which the railway approaches Young and the surrounding Lachlan country, as well as the Bland dis . trict,'/ the line' will be largely fe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
CootaiMiuulro Tmf €lul-. ' amual''races, To he run on the Cootamundra Course On THURSDAY, April 6th, . 18H. President : J. A. Dallas, Esq., J.P. / Vice-President : / / J. Barnes, Esq. //// Judg/T) / / /ST E/fl)HAZ»A*; Esq. I Clerk of the Course : ? 1 Mr. W. G. E. Forbes. Starter : Mr. W. G. E. Forbes. Stewards : Messrs. P. J. O'Donnell, W. G. -Archer, Allan Mackenzie, M. J. Mtjllaly, P. M'Gowan, J. B. Hurley, F. Pink stone, M. Sawyer, F. A. Broughton. Treasurer' : R. E. Chapman, Esq. Clerk of' Scales : Mr. W. A. Byrne. First !Race. rpiRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs., for aU two JL year-olds, with .qualifications and en trance added. Thr^ee-quarter mile. Colts to carry 8st. 41b. ; fillies, 8st. -~~. Second Race. THE TOWN PLATE of -20 sovs. with a sweepstake of 1 sov. each ; for all horses ; sweep to go to the second horse. Distance, one mile and a half. Weight for age. Third Race. MAIDEN PLATE of 15 sovs. for all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding 10 sovs. at time of en...
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
COMMERCIAL. v- \ Herald' Office, Monday; During the past ?week the -weather has con tinued changeable and: unfavourable for pastoral pursuits. Occasional showers have fallen, but of such . -an erratic and unequal nature that little benefit has accrued from : tnein, unless to those who were situated; 'within the ' immediate vicinity of the fall. ?* On Monday last the rain in some, parts of the. district, and particularly a short distance out of town, was very heavy, actually flood ing many of the' smaller creeks and filling several of the neighbouring dams ; whilst about three miles away the fall was little more than enough to lay: the dust. Several frosts have recently been experienced at night, and it is feared that grass at this late season will have little chance of springing, ? even should a general and heavy rain at once.come. ' To give a description of . the state of the district and live stock would only be a re capitulation.of the many, and too familiar, accounts already fur...
FOREST CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
FOREST CONSERVATION; ?/ ? ( Illustrated Sydney NeiO8.j It is much to be regretted that so- little thought is bestowed in tne colonies upon the question of forest conservation, par ticularly as we have the experience of older countries to guide us, and cannot pretend to be entirely ignorant of the fact that serious and undoubted evils do ctuu juusi rtJHiuii arum tjie great ciestruc tion of forests. which is now permitted to xDroceed without check. It is only when, the ' colony is 'threatened with ,a drought; and its diastrous consequences I thatiwe seem to awake to the fact— -and i then, unfortunately, . , only fitf ully— -that v ) the rainfall ,i& materially influenced by the existence of forests, and that it may to some extent be regulated by their preservation.- When, as at this season, a great portion of the country is suffer ing from the absence of rain, and there is reason to fear a drought, people are1 apt to exclaim against the Australian climate, which is blamed for ...
MONTHLY CALENDAR.—MARCH. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
MONTHLY CALENDAR.— March. PHASES OF THE MOON. ? 'Last Quarter .'. .. 7tli, 8'6 a.m. New Moon.. .. ...: loth, 12*58 p.m. First Quarter .... . . 22nd, 11*14 p.m. Pull Moon ? 29th,. 3*54 p.m. ' ~ ? ? ? Sun Days. Memorakda. ~Z I-3t CO ? is- Uj en 1 Th. o-49 6-35 2 P. 5*50 G'34 3 S. , o-ol 6*33 4 S. Third rx Lent . 3*52 6*32 5 M. ; 5*53 6*30 6 T. Melbourne named 5*53 6*29 7 W. ? 3io4 6*28 8 Th. o-oo 6*26 9 F. 5*56 6*2o 10 S. Australia discovered, 1606 5*67 6-24 11 S. Fourth in Lent - 5*57 6*23 12 M. . o-oS 6*21 13 T. o-59 6*20 14 W. 6* 0 6*19 15 Th. , 6- 1 6*17 16 F. Prince Napoleon :b., 1848 6* 1 6*lti 17 S. St. Patrick's Day 6*2 6*14 18 S. Fifth in Lent 6* 3 6*13 19 M. ? 6* 4 6*12 20 T. 6* 4 6-10 21 W. ' - 6* -5 6*. 9 22 Th. Gov. Young ar., 1861 6* 6 6* S 23 F. 6* 7 6* 6 24 S; - 6* 7 6* 5 25 S. Palm Sunday. Lady Day' 6* 8 6* 4 26 M. ' 5* 9 6* 2 27 T. Cook's statue begun, '69 6*10 6* 1 28 W. 6-10 6* 0 29 Th. . - . - 6*11 5*58 30 F. Q-ood Friday ??'? 6*12 5*57 31 S.. ; ? ?-???'?; ?.;.???...
NO ROOTS ON HEAVY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
NO. ROOTS ON HEAVY LAND. The following. practical article we clip from some useful experiences contributed by an English Farmer to the Illustrated Sydney Neios : — . , . I was very much astonished'by Mr. Sewell Bead's advice, that wo should give up grow ing roots on heavy land for a long fallow. Why, I really consider it;as the key of the position. With dee]) cultivation and -^plonty of manure 1 can and do grow forty tons of mange! per acre, which Mr. Lawes valued as manure, after consumption1 by live . stock,. at 5/-. per ton, or £10 per acre, and this, too, when the comparison was made with guano at about £10 per' ton; No crop is so certain in our cereal districts, in a hot dry siunmer, us mangel. Wo also grow fine cabbage, and kohl .rabi. I never grow Sweeds, which aro unsuited to our stiff,' stubborn, crackling clays and dry cereal climate. Ro meinber, too, that Mr. Lawes took no account in his estimate of the manurial value of the ? tops. But although we cannot grow Sweeds ?, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
J. '& - E. BARNES, COO fASVIUNDRA STORE, Have always on hand a large and varied stock of , IH'apery, Crroceries, Wines and Spirits, Ironiiioii-' geiy, Boots' and Sboes, -$c. ; , - . and having received large consignments of Goods purchased under most favoiu-able circunistaiwesyby one of the ? finn diuing a recent - visit to Sydney, are prepaWy4-|^^EEDIICED PEICES. §S^ Cash customer/ liberally dealt with. * . Agents for the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. BOOTMAKEE, Parker-street^ JOoobamimdra, BEGtS to inform imo inhabitants that ho has coinij^^foed /a^ness ; and hopes, by keeping the \sesjf material that can bo obtained, and ¥y 'g-oM workmanship, to merit a fair sha^re of support. (^ Good fit guaranteed. ^\.ll repmrs executed cheaply, neatly, and. on the shortest notice. OOOTAMUNDRA COACH FACTORY, : ' Opposite Cootamundra Hotel. ? » N. C. STEUART IS prepared to execute orders in Engineer ing, ^Hieeiwjfi^htii^? Blacksmithing, Horse-shoeing, tn^f in^]^/best ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 March 1877
.._... [advertisement. 1O*/ St. PauFs, Muvvinimim'^u ABAZAAP//JS© BEUCIp'AffiTIQN ' will beAfeygn MAY 24th,/fe^/' THE QijEE&'S BIRTHDAY, ^ in aid of tKe Building1 'Fund of the above Church. .WILLIAM COOKS, Yicar. MmTiimhurrah, March 19, 1877. ; Tenders/^) ^/ npENDEHS, to be sent 'in ndt later than I 10th April/aro invited for the erection and eompletib/^af a HUBBLE STONE OHUECH ^fo^mundra. - ' Plans iui(l/spe«fteations can be soon with and, nil inforniation obtained from the un dersigned W. H. MATTHEWS, Hon. Sec, ?! Church Committee. ? :' 03* '£10' RBWAWfc'/,./ I HEREBY offer a reward of £l((4o any one who will g£vo ine or the police such information as/yilii lead to the conviction of the party wh^iM, op^e night of 'Wednes- day, the 14m inst^C; at or near the China man's garden/L'u«^T5gw*g', stab in the neck a bay inai'e/m-anded P- over SY near shoul der.' '? '? ' ??' ' v ' ? ' : '????'.? ?' CHAELES S.- SMITH, Bethung'ra. March 17, 1877. LOST, ? botweGn/Joottj^indS'a '^ihj^j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
Cootamundra Turf Club. AfflTOAL~RACES, To be run on the Cootamundra Course On THURSDAY, \ April 5 th, , : : 1877. : President : !.? '? - ' j, Ai Dallas, Esq., J.P. Vice-President : J. Barnes, Esq. Judge : R. E. Chapman, Esq. ... . ; Clerk of the Course : - . Mr. W. G. E. Forbes. Starter : ' ; Mr. W. G. E. Forbes. ; Stewards : Messrs. P. J. O'Donnell, W. G. Archer, , v Allan Mackenzie, M. J. Mtjllaly, Pi ?M'Gowan, J. B. Hurley, F. Pinic . stone, M. Sawyer, F. A. Broughton. ' ' ? ' Treasurer : v;:i. i ; R. E. Chapman, Esq. !Ji'v,!r ; Clerk of Scales : ? ?;:???; , Mr. W. A. Byrne. ? jf-.i ; :? , . ? - ' f-r : FlRST EACE. TRIAL STAKES of 10 sovs., for all two year-olds, with qualifications and en trance added, Three-quarter mile. Goltsto carrv_8st. 4M). ; fillies, 8st. Second /Race. ? 'THE TOWif^LATEr of 20 sovs. with a . sweepstake | of f s ojr. each ;-Ttor all -'i- '? horses ; swlep it go/,o the second lorse. Distance, ^ne /lik^nd a halt. 'Weight MAIDEN PLAyfil^r 1 (f sws.\k-v alf hor...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
. RAILWAY TIME-TABIJS. down; , trains leave Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) , at 10 ;ajm. ' and 5*25 ip.m. , , . ? Parramatta Junction, l3 miles,10'34 a.m. , and^ '5;58 p.m. ; fa^es,;2/T,and/l/4 Fairfield, 18 miles, 16-48 and 6* 11 ; 2/9 and i/10 , , =, si. ' / ; Liverpool, 22 miles, 11;3 and 6*26 ; 3/8 and ? 2/5 . ??.. ': ,! '.Tr^. :: : f'U M/ \ . Campbelltown, 34 miles,- 11*40 and 7*0 : 6/9 ?. . and 4/5 .? ?? ' Menangle, .40 miles, 11*56 and ,7 *16 ; 8/6 and 5/6 . Picton, 53 miles, 12*40 and 7*58 p.m. : 12/ and 7/6 ? ? ?: ? ^ ?: 'Aii Mittagong, 77 miles, 2*10 and 9*^25 ; 49/6 and / 13/6 : ; 0.;, t -j'- ' ,. ' Bowi'al^ 80 miles,' 2 *18 and ; 9 *33 -; - 20/6 and 14/6 Moss Yale, 86 miles, 2'35 rand. 9*50; 22/3 ' and 15/9 =? ? Marulan, 114 niiles, ^*45! £toLd 10*56; 31/ and .' 7 .'-22/9 :? .' A /y/Ji '? A I ; j; ?JT'.'T . GoulbUin, -134 milesj- 4?40 and ll-*5»; 37/3 ,. an'd27/9 -'-r ryuvA o: ' Bredalbane,f 149 miles, .5*35 :and i0-*30 am.; . 41/3.anS. 30/6v- ;i ! ^ Gunning, 165. miles,...
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. [?] The Sydney' mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, |and|3aturd^ . ^ ^ Ai-rives at Murruiriburrah at 4.30 a.m. Leaves Murrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. Letlyes :^allendbeeri at 7 a.m. / : - jArrives^at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.rii. Leaves .Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. . v — — — Cungegong at 10 aim. ' tttt: — Bethungra at 11.45 a.mV - — — Junee at 3. 15. p.m. ? Wallaceton atv5 p.m. 'Ai-riving at Wagga at 7 j).ni. Wagga Mail. The ^Wagga mail, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. , ? Wallaceton at 8 a.m. ? ? — Junee at 10 a.m. ? ? Bethungra at 11.30 a;m. ? ? Cungegong at'l p.m. Arrives at Cootamundra at 3 p.m. Leaves Cootamuridra at 3.30 p.m. ? Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. Amves at Murrumburrah at 8.30 p.m. Leaves Murrumburrah at 8.40 'p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra on Tuesday at1 9 a.m. Arrives at Temora on Tuesday at lOip.m. Leaves Temora ion Thursday at 6 a.m. Ai-rives at Cootamundra Thursday at 7 p.m. Letters, &c., intended for despatch by any of the above ma...
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
REVOCATION OF TEMi?'0RARY! RE ; ;i'! ; : ' SERYESi. '? V; *' [?] Part of reserve No. 663, county of Urana,; parish of Cullivel, 810, acres That part of ' re'seivje No. '66.3 notified; 14th?December,(.l 8|89, arid1 northerly extension* notified 5th \Tune, 1874, cqritairidd withi5d pbrt^^oa. 81, 32, 'TEi^RLE'^xnjri^ — -Gunctagai was visited on Monday, the 12th instant, by a ' severe thunderstorm, .which, although short in;. duration,, was the )nost 'severe we ; ( Times) -.halve experienced for;: v&omei.time ; it pcbuired; about four 'o'clock^ when vivid forked; lightning gleamed along tho heavens, biit^th^main crash had yet to' come, for' accompariibd with. streak of the blucrft lightning it has ever been our. .lot to witness, the clouds seemed1 literally rent in pieces by the loudness of the appeal.* Tlie . electric fluid struck the dwelling of Mr. A. W.i Armour j Mrs. Armourmet with a most providential escaipe ; 'shy had been sitting in 'the room struck by the ligh'tning dur...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 18th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
At the Police, office, burrowa. v ,,uOn .Wednesday, jlStJi April. : - j. Country Lots : : : ? ? -r' Lots A and .Bj -portioris 60 arid 61^; 40 and 42 acres j c. Harden, 'p. Bookhiini, adjoining and near southern boundary ,, of conditional pui-ch^e'No. 59 of 40 acres. ? Myloiu Run.' ' . £1 por aero. ;
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Tuesday April 3. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GtlNDAGAI. On Tuesday, April 3. : Country Lots : ' : : ; Lots A and B, 40 acres each, c. Buccleuch, p. W agarai, adj acent to the eastern | boun daries 'of portions 63 arid, 68 ,of 40 ; and 50 acres respectively, ' Wagara 'jran. 'Upset price, £1 per acre. ' ' On Wednesday ,? 18 th April. Country Lots :'; g iV j IJ ' T- ' ? 'S -''i ' T Lots A to C? .portions^ 10 to 22, 40 acres eachpc. Clarendon, p. Billaboiig,5 on and near the left bank offUlinSrie Creek, and about 25 chains easterly ' from A. Davis's condi tional purchase No. 4 of 40 acres. Irpnbung Run: ? ^ '/ ' ' .. Lot D, portion 95, 100 acres, c. Harden, p. Mooney Mooney, adj oining eastern bound ary of R. M'Leod's portion No. 21 of 40 acres 2 roods, and adjacent to northern boundaries of reserve No. 700 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-purchas...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On Wednesday, 18th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On Wednesday y l&th April. Country Lots : Lots A to E, portions 18 to 22, 52, 57, 60, 66, and 67 acres respectively, : c. Wynyard, J p. Wallace, on the'left bank of Yaven Creek, ! at and 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 chain wide. £1 per acre. ' . ? . ' ;
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
Mr. Parkes^- $as, after some little delay, and, ' perhaps, some difficulty which he did not anticipate, succeeded in forming an' Administration to supplant the Ro bertson Government. The new Ministry is thus arranged* — The Hon. Henry Parkes to be Colonial Secretary and Registrar of Records in New South Wales. ? The Hon. William Richman Pidding ' ton to be Colonial Treasurer and Collector of Internal Revenue of N ew South W ales. William Charles Windeyer to be At torney-General. ♦ The Hon. Geoi'ge Alfred Lloyd to be Secretary for Mines. ?The Hon. Francis Bathurst Suttor to be Minister for Justice and Public Instruc tion. - The Hon* Richard Driver to be Secre tary for Lands. \ The Hon. James Hoskins to be Secre tary for Public Works. The Hon. Saul Samuel to be Postmas ter-General. It will be observed that three new men have been brought out by Mr. Parkes — Messrs. Suttor, Driver, and Hoskins ; the | four other gentlemen having been former colleagues, of. the present Premier. De spite...
THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
THE LAND. LAND SALES.' AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th Ajpril. 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. Murringo run. Upset price, £l per acre. Lot. B, portion 36, 50 acres, c. Monteagle, p. Burrangong, on right bank of M'Henry's Creek, and opposite Thomas O'Malley's con ditional purchase No. 915 of 120 acres, palish of Young. Upset price*. £53 per lot. Lot C, j)ortion 124, 160 acres, c. Harden, p. Wallendoon, on the road from Bland to Murrumburrah, and lying between the west ern boundary of W. Prices' 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.