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GOULBURN. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
GOULBURN. March 22. Since my last we have been visited with a few showers of rain. Not a great deal how over has fallen, and we are now beginning to feel the want of more. The heat of summer is not now so keenly felt. Slowly but surely the winter is approaching : the days are drawing in, and the mornings and evenings are inclined to be cool. On Satin-day evening in the Mechanics' Institute an address on the coming of our Lord being near at hand is to be delivered by Lieutenant Alfred Wilkinson, evangelist serving under the apostles. The 'object of Mr. Wilkinson's visit is set forth at length by advertisement in the Goulbum Herald. He says:— 'Long since the church was warned that 4 in the last days perilous times should come;' and now all things indicate that the final struggle between good and evil — God and Satan — Christ and Anti christ — fast approaches.' After dwelling upon the facts of the case in shrilling lan guage, he is convinced that 'it would be strange if amid the signs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
[advertisement. ] St. Paul's* MurcumbiuTah. ABAZAAJh A!&D B(RU0E AUCTION will M^.Y 24th, THEa^t^EN'S BIRTHDAY, in aid of thor Builcling IFund of the above Church. ' / WILLIAM COCKS, Vicar. .Murrumburrah, Marlh 19, 1877. IFpr Sale Clieaj)/^ 7IV^CTAVE 'ALEXANDRE HAR ; M^THSMEj five tone,' in good order. / R. JONES, . London House. Allotments. ATEA to Station and else JL^I wfeerfo tpoie had (upon' building leases from J / / MATTHEWS BROS,, / Railway Stores. . Loyal Southern Star 4*. U. Order of Oddfellows, Meets on Friday EVE^NQfe^3a the Lodgeroom, at 8 o'clock. ? Next meeting, 30th instant. JOHN WILESMITH, Sec. i DIR. 003VEDBIE3, M.D., Uni. Edin.; Lie. Mid. R. Coll. Surg.', , Edin., Late resident and House-surgeon of the Wakatip Disiricj/Hospital , N. Zealand, late.Su^e^to/chjp Gkieen's Own Divi sion Soiay of /Temwrance, -Tamworth ; , late Surgeon to mi\Jjorbes Hospital (pro tem.) ; late/Suffgeon , to the Manchester Unity /Or$er of Odd Fellows, (for two years); Surgeon 'to the...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS, LIST No. 4. Eebruary 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
, UNCLAIMED LETTERS, LIST No. 4. I February 15. 1877. Parties, applying for Unclaimed Letters at the General Post. Office, are requested to give the correct number of the Letter, with the date and number of the List in which they may have observed their names, as such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the Country making written ap plications, in addition to the former particu lars, are requested to state where they expect their Letters from, and any other information tending to prevent an unnecess sary transmission of Letters. SHIP LETTERS. 1 Bailey.; Geo. Wm., Deniliquin 62; Brownlow George, Burrowa River 34 Collins Wm. , Bethungra ' ' 12 Delaney P., Narranderra ' 3 Edgiell C., Cootamundra 17 Ewels Alex., Narriah, Narrandera 21 Grant Robt., Cootamundra 32 Henderson J., M.D., Gundagai 46 Hill John, Cootamundra 10 Irwin John, Narrandera 12 Johnstone Peter, Gundagai 24 McDonald Wm., Cootamundra 69 Mills R. II. , Binalong 94 Murphy Patk., North Gundagai 64 . Sul...
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. Since our last issue the weather has been beautifully mild and pleasant and altogether such - as must be conducive of a marked improvement in agricultural pursuits if rain were to visit us in any quantity . Warm days, followed hy moderately cool nights, were experienced up to Saturday, when a change was noticeable, promising clouds making their appearance in the ' ' rainy quarter' and continuing to thicken until early on Sunday morning. Some of the more demonstrative condescendingly disgorged theiri hidden treasure, and we willingly re ceived a refreshing shower. The whole of Sunday wore a very lurid appearance, and as ? night came on steady rain commenced con tinuing in showers, some of them very heavy , - all night, and to day no apparent change has taken place,- and there are; indications of the necessary fall, but whether we shall be again disappointed or not is very doubtful The several showers that have lately fallen, how ever, although havin...
MONTHLY CALENDAR.—MARCH. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 March 1877
' MONTHLY CALENDAR.— March. PHASES OP THE MOON. Last Quarter .. ?? 7th, 8*6 a.m. New Moon ?? 15th, 12 '58 p.m. First Quarter . . . ? 22nd, 11*14 p.m. Full Moon .. . . 29th, 3 '54 p.m. Sun Days. Memoranda.. ~T7 ~ Ul' & O rt ot cn 1 Th 5 '49 6'3o 2 F. ' ® ^ ® ^ g g* . 5*51 6'33 4 S. Third in Lent 5-52 6*32 5 M. . °'?3 6.'™ 6 T. Melbourne named 5*53 G*-9 7 5*54 6*28 8 Th g o'56 6*25 10 S. Australia discovered, 1606 5*67 6*24 j 118. Fourth in Lent 5*57 6*23 12 M 3*^8 6-1 13 m o*59 6*20 1 a w 6* 0 6*19 15 Th. 1 Q'l-1 16 F. Prince Napoleon b., 1848 6* 1 6*16 17 S. St. Patrick's Day 6*2 6*14 18 S. Fifth in Lent 6* 3 6*13 19 M- 6' 20 T. 6* 4 6*10 21 W. 6* 5 6* 9 22 Th. Gov. Young ar., 1861 6* 6 6* 8 23 F. 6* 7 6* 6 24 S. 6* 7 6* 0 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. Good Friday 6*12 5*57 31 s. 6*13 5*55
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
IMPOUNDINGS. At Binalong, on 23rd March, from Stony Creek, by Mr. M. J. Conroy, £5/9/3 White bull, red neck and jaws, red spots on rump and shoulder, off ear marked, £S off rump and ribs. To be sold 12th April. ' ' ' Printed and published by the proprietors, Thomas Campbell Brown and Frederick Pinkstone, at the Herald Office, Parker street, Cootamundra, New South Wales,
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
. ? 1 ? « CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. At Gundagai: — John Sedley Futter, 40a, Cooba ; William Clarke, 40a, Merribindm yah ; Charles Porry, 320a, Gobarralong. At Young Thomas II. Buchanan, 108 £ acros, Demondrille ; Edward Graham, 163a, Demondrille; Charles Broughton and Wil liam Sinclair, sen., 40a, Nubba; Richard W. Riley and William J. Riley, 100a, Wamba numba.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
The following correspondence lias been handed to us for publication. Iii refer ence to 'the reply to the petition for a daily ; mail, we Venture to say that the authorities-; have '??given a very 'narrow minded and illiberal consideration of the matter. Instead of rejecting the demand ..on .the. ground that the district will in a few months have railway communication, ? it ought- to have , been conceded because of tlie extra cost being only for those few months. 'What is to be done? Are we to sutler the annoyance of knowing that our letters are lying within twenty miles of us for three days in the week, when at- a- trifling cost' to the department they could be sent on? We think our postal department displays a sad want of energy. There are other towns and districts to the south whose importance warrant the expectation of a daily mail, now that the railway is so near — Wagga Wagga; being the principal among these. . ' Sydney, 20th March, IS 77. 'Sir,— With reference to the Petition,...
GOLDBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. Melbourne, March, 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
GOLDBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. Melbourne, March, 21. Wool. — At tho date of our last month's report the season was nearly over, and the transactions since then have been compara tively important, the total quantity ? sold during the month being abput 2750 bales. Prices have remained nearly tho same, any alteration being in favour of the buyer, tho less favourable advices respecting the pro gression of the February and March London sales having caused a tendency , towards reduced rates. The lots offered, as is usual at the close of the season, have generally been in inferior to ordinary condition, con sisting chiefly of remnants of clips, and par cels of scoured. , The telegrams received from London during the month respecting the commencement and progress of the February and March sales aro not so satis factory as was anticipated, the series having opened at a reduction of Id. to 1-kl. per lb. on the rates current in November. Some exceptionally choice clips have no doubt realised ver...
ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
ATHLETIC SPORTS. Easter Monday was celebrated in town as a' close holiday ; and an excellent day's sport was witnessed by not fewer than three hundred spectators, comprising a great many ladies — assembled on the Recreation-ground.\ ' . Old Sol shone out With terrible, force it was a regular Cootamundra summer's day ; and consequently the refreshing beverages dispensed i ,t the booth of Mr. F. -C. Hawkins, of the Cootamundra Hotel, were highly appreciated and largely patronised. /We observed on the front of this booth a / canvas sign which we think deserved a/better display than it got — an excellent design appropriate to the racecourse, for which, we presume, it is intended, tastefully executed by our local artist, Mr. W. Evans. There were other stalls, for /the sale of fruit and edibles, that wer^ well patronised ; and a company unexpectedly pitched their tent on the ground, in which was ex hibited a wopuerful camera obscura. Altogether, therefore, the ground pre sented a very ani...
COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
. COMMERCIAL. Herald Office;, Monday. , The last, .week lias not been cliaracterised r ,by 'any'considerable degree of, briskness, , still a fair general business lias been done. The recont rains liave brightened the prospects somewhat, but a great deal more i is still required. About an inch f. and; a half of rain fell at Wagga on Mon | da^last, and at G-uiidagai a warm pene | tratrng rain .has been gladly welcomed, doing a vast amount of good. From our exchanges we hear joyful tidings of rain in uearly all the neighbouring districts, with more or less beneficial results ; but there .still appears a general want of a further supply. The stock market does not appear to be recovering from its weakly condition, and scarcely any business is doing. 'Wheat has fallen during the week to 4/6 ; but the *Tocal mill- is kept well supplied. From other places we hear of a decline in price. r The supply of butter and potatoes in the local market is not equal to the de mand. -These commodities ar...
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
* CONCERT. In connexion with the other celebrations of the day, Easter Monday, as above reported, a concert of a musical and literary character was given in the evening .in the Roman Catholic school room. It will not be expected that we could give a very full report of it in this morning's issue, as the concert only ter minated shortly before our going to press, lhere was a very large audience ; the singing and the performances ap peared to be highly appreciated; and on the whole the concert would do credit to much more pretensious towns than Coota mundra. We have frequently known professional entertainments to be below that of last evening, so far as vocal musi cal talent is concerned. The singing of Messrs. Chapman, Shoobert, Barnes, and Sullivan was quite a treat to all lovers of good music; the Irish drolleries of the. last named gentleman bringing the house down with roars of laughter. Of the lady performers we must not forget to make special mention of Miss Higgins and Miss Wa...
EXPENDITURE ON ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
EXPENDITURE ON ROADS. The following aro the items of local interest in a list of grants for proposed expenditure on public roads during the present year : — Wagga to Young, via Cootamundra, 96 miles ? ? ? £630 Coolac to Cootamundra, via M'Leod's, 23 miles ? ? ? 345 Wallendbeen to Murrumburrah, i.2 miles ? 180 Burrowa to Young, 30 miles ? 750 Binalong to Burrowa, 22 miles ? ? 330 Gundagai to Tumut, 20 miles ? 1200 Gundagai to Brungle bridge, 10 miles 500 Wagga to Naranderra, 60 miles .... 900
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. II ace Meeting. —The meeting for 1877 under the auspices of the Cootamundra Turf Club, to take place' on .Thursday noxt, has ., ? been looked forward to with a degree - of pleasure by those interested in turf sports. Unfortunately tho most attractive race of the meeting has fallen through— the Turf Club Handicap of 30 sovs ; but, notwith standing that, there aro remaining on tho programme sufficient to make a good day's V I sport. The first event is to bo' the' Trial 1 Stakes of 10 sovs., with qualifications and entrances added; tho second tho -Town Plate of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. each; tho .third, Maiden Plate of id sovs. ; the fourth, Hack race of 5 sovs. (selling) ; the fifth, ? Hurry Scurry ; and tho sixth, Forced Handi cap of 5 per cent from all -winners — optional to beaten horses. By reference to the rules it will be seen that entraiices are to be in tho hands of the secretary' (Mr W. A. Byrne), not later than 8 p.m. on Wednesday next, 4th April....
REGISTERED BRANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
REGISTERED BRANDS. The Fourth Quarterly List of horse and cattle brands were published in the Gazette of 26th ultimo, and can be seen at this office. Those undermentioned are of local interest : horse list. On — Benj amin Clayton, Ardelthan, Murrum burrah ES over co — Ernest Schneider, Tubbo, Ne randerra ^ y — George Dunn, Young IC over N — J ohn Cronin, Cullingar. Coota mundra WF (F reversed) — Richard Fisher, Moran garell TB oyer L reversed—' William Bell, sen., Jillengroo, Gundagai TM over E — Thomas Meale, Brawlin, Coota mundra ' Wg;W— William B. Wilson, Coolac, Gun dagai XIZ — William Cowley, Bethungra 8 over PG — Patrick Gfuiry, Cootamundra CATTLE LIST. CW over S^ reversed— Charles Williams, Gundagai KF (F reversed)— John Keefe, Wagra, Gundagai ^ (reversed) over G— Patrick Godfrey, Bur wong, Murrumburrah OS — Robert O'Brien, Wallendbeen Richard Fisher, Thomas Meale, William B. Wilson, and William Cowley same as in horse list.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. THE above J3ajik As OPENED A BRANCH/tffl C^rotMnundra for the transaction of aP^^iaC b^niMig' business. AGEN CIE kjjf tnt^ou^h^mt tt^e world. The Branch is u/de/ tqc management of Mr. J. I. PETRffi. Oootamundra,' f 30th January, 1877. mommas , DETERGENT SPECIFIC, OR Horse and Cattle Qftitment, Is the only reliable^ reRecly for Sitfasts, Fistulas, Sad^rejra^lirJh Galls, rpHIS preparation, ttoiign rwwitly intro I duced to public n/6tic6, is rapidly taking precedence to all others of ttefKind ; 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, CHEMIST So DRUGGIST, Cootamimdra. ' PRICE, 2/- PER POT. DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.C.Ii., M.a.C.S., and L.M.B.S., .(A legally QuaMM Medical Practitioner,) MAY be co^M imy at the Star Hotel, Cootcmivmdt»r M* M. ' E11PS, Sign-writer, H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 April 1877
The Treasury, New South Wales, loth March, 1877. Contracts for the Service. Forage por the Police. 1VJ' OTICE is hereby given that tenders XN will be received at this Office, until noon of Tuesday, /the 17th April, next, for furnishina^bfre supplies underm er^ione d , in such quaepde^/ajb many be required, from the 1 s^Mayyl to tike March, 1878, upon The^o*|moEkS^pac|^d in Gazette notice of ^thAJanua^~l'8/X^' - / Particulars. ^(laize, at pe/bushefl of 60 lbs. . Or Oats, ,, 40,, Bran ,, 20 ,, Hay, at per ton of 2,240 lbs. 1 Straw - , , ?Stations and No. of Horses Morangarell, ? 2 horses : Wombat, 2 horses ; Marengo, 2 horses;' Cootamundra, 2 horses Dry- burgh, 1 horse. For particulars and conditions of Con tract see , Government Gazette notice of 18th January, 1877. ALEX. STUART. CHALLBViG^Egl f I THE undersignaft, OTa^opgij/t/ run ? THOMAS CijfNTY; oFyCoota niundra, 100 yajds, \£100 to £80, and will allow Canty £10 to come to Gun \ ningto run ; o/l will jfake-^5 and come v to Cootam...