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MONTHLY CALENDAR. APRIL. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR. -April. . L ' PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter ... .. 6th, 2*34 a.m. New Moon.. .. .. 14th, 3*55 a.m. First Quarter .. .. 21st, 5*42 a.m. Full. Moon . . .... 28th, 2-41 a.m. '?''?'. . Sun Days. . Memoranda. ~ ~ ? ? --s. co CO CD ' CD e+- CO CD 1 S. ? 6-13 5-54 2 M. : Richard Cobden died, '65 6*14 5-53 3 T. ??: Shakspeare died, 1688 Q'lo o-ol 4 'W. ? 6'16 5-50 . 5 Th. 6-17 5-49: 6 F. . 6*18 5-47 . 7 S. 6-19 5-46 8 S. First after Easter 6-19 5-45 9 M. ....... 6-20 5-44 10 T.:: Gold rush to Bathurst, '51 6-21 5-42 11 W. ' , 6-21»5'41 12 Th. 6-22 5-40 ? 13 F. ' : * 6-23 5-38 14 S. . : . -. , 6-24 5-37 15 S. Second after Easter 6*24 5-36 -.1.6 M. * 6-25 5-35 17 T. 6-26 5-34 18 W. /. 6-27 6-32 19 Th. American Ind. war, 1775 6-27 5-31 20 F. . .*?????? 6-28 5-30 21 S. .,. . 6-29 5-29 : 22 Si Third after Easter ' 6-30 5-28 23 M. . . 6*30 5-26 24 T. Shakspeare born, 1564 6*31 5-25 25 W. Port .Phillip disc, '02 6-32 5-24 .26 Th. 6-33 5-23 27 F. . 6-33 5-22 28 S. Cook land, at...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 18th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. O)i Wednesday, 18th April. Country Lots : Lots A to C, portions 10 to 22, 40 acres each, c. Clarendon, p. Billabong, on and near the loft bank of TJlandrie Creek, and about 25 chains easterly from A. Davis's condi tional purchase No. 4 of 40 acres. Ironbung Run. Lot D, portion 95, 100 acres, c. Harden, p. Mooney Mooney, adjoining.eastern bound ary ofB/. M'Leod's portion No. 21 of 40 acres 2 rqodsf 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 Wm. Cross's conditional purchase No. 202 of 40 acres, and part of the northern bound ary of portion No. 176. Willie Ploma Run. ? Lot F, portion 211, 26 acres, c. Wynyard, p. Willie Ploma, between eastern boundary of J. Bowman's conditional purchase No. 183 and Western boundary of N. Boon's con ditional purchase No. 86, and adjoining...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

'We print below the text of a petition forwarded to -the new Minister for Works (through Mr. Leary) on Friday last, with a goodly number of signatures appended. ? The petition was drafted' by a committee in accordance with resolutions passed at the public meeting held on Tuesday evening se'nnight. The gentlemen who took this matter in hand have acted with commend 1 able alacrity, and deserve to be rewarded ' with success therefor. 'We have before pointed out the necessity of taking steps ? for the better care of our reservoir; and it will be well if the public will give the committee or the trustees their moral and, if necessary, pecuniary support, in an endeavour to establish regulations which will have the effect of preventing the .pollution of the water by cattle and horses. It has been stated that some of' the residents declined to sign the petition. As it has only the good of the public as its object, it is difficult to understand why anyone could refuse to sign, it; and if the...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On Wednesday, 18th April. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT, On. Wednesday, 18th April* Country Lots: Lots A to E, portions 18 to 22, 52, 57, 60; 00, and 67 acres respectively, c. Wynyard,; p. Wallace, on tho left bank of Yavon Creek, at and near its junction 'with Sming Crook, and extending from the southern boundary of Poterson and Sargood's portion No. 17 of .67 acres, iip the creek about a mile. Ex clusively of a road 1 chain wido. £1 per aero.

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PUBLIC MEETING. THE RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

PUBLIC MEETING. -THE EESERVOIR. The public meeting convened by an ad vertisement in our last issue, to consider matters of importance affecting the town reservoir, was held on Tuesday evening last, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel. There were between twenty and thirty persons present; Mr. R. Jones having been voted to the chair, said the audience were aAvaiie of the object of the meeting — to take steps towards having the reservoir completed, and protecting the water when they got it. It was certainly unwise on the part of the Government to leave those large banks of earth at present in the centre of the basin. He would now call on Mr. Woodhill to move the first resolution? Mr. A. M. Woodhill said it was well, perhaps, for him to explain how the meeting was brought about, and how it was that the advertisement had his. name appended to it. He had had conversa tions with two or three of the towns people, who he regretted to find were absent from the meeting, relative to the reservoir...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 9th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

THE LAM). LAND SALES. ? AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 9th May. Country Lots : Lots A, B, C, portions IS to 20, 40a each, c. Bland, p. Yeo Yeo,: adjoining southern boundary of reserve No. ,185, and adjoining and near western boundary of portion 17 of 40a. Cucumlarun. Lot D, portion 213, 34 acres, c Harden, p. Ounningar, between western boundary of J. Maher's conditional purchase No. 210 of ,40a and eastern boundary of M. Hogan's condi tional piirchase No. 53 of 40a, and adjoining part of southern boundary, of J. C. Well man's portion 35 of 100a. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. ? Lot E, portion 215, 34a lr, o. Bland, p. Cunningar, adjoining southern boundary of J. Metcalfs conditional purchase No. 214 of 6()a and part; of eastern boundaries of J. Met calfs conditional purchase, No. 211 of 200a and J. Bishop's conditional purchase No. 153 of 3'.?()a. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. £1 ?per acre., Lot F, portion 65, 40a, c. Monteagle, p. Duiumbilia, adjoining nort...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Obdfellovship. — Thea Loyal Southern Star I. O.O. have relinquished . their intention of holding an anniversary demonstration on the Queen's Birthday, because of difficulty in getting a suitable building in town. They contemplate the formation of a company in order to supply this want ; and it is to be hoped they may succeed. TKegistkation. — The Kev. G. Thompson, Jindalee, has been registered for the celebra tion of marriages for the 'Wesleyan Church. Primitive Methodist.— The successor of Mr. Smith, the Rev. J. Spalding, is expected here during this week ; and on Sunday next, as may be seen by advertisement, will hold his first service in the forenoon. To Contractoes.— We wish to direct the attention of contractors to an advertisement in our present issue calling for tenders for erecting the projected English Church. The Church Committee because of a '^slight irregularity in the receipt of tenders, have decided to invite contractors to tender anew. The tenders ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. Bitten By a Spider.— A member of a Surveying party, writing from Eugowra5 on the 2nd instant, relates the following in cident (which appears mth.Q Jlathtirst Times), which will probably serve as a warning to people in the bush : — ' A strange thing hap pened the other day to a man named Chester, m whose paddock we are camped. He put oh his boot one morning, and a moment afterwards he felt something — an ant, as ho thought — bite him on the toe. He took no notice at first, but had not walked more than two or three vards when he felt two or more bites, accompanied by a hot, stinging sensa tion in the toe. He pulled off his boot, and found a brown spider, with a red streak down the back, and about a third of an inch long, crushed on his toe. He applied ammonia, after making an incisson which bled freely, and shortly after, he put on a soap and sugar poultice. The pain, however, went up his loft leg (he was bitten on the left foot), arid at night he was very bad, the pain...

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INSTITUTION FOR INEBRIATES. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

: INSTITUTION ' FOR INEBRIATES. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir, — I observe by tlie Evening News that it has 'been proposed to establish an in stitution for inebriates ; and though the proposal gives an idea of philanthropy, still it would be necessary that in almost every town a branch should; be estab lished, if the institution is of any use at all as a means of reclamation. I think we should be just, before we strongly advocate generous actions; and as- all know the evil effects of inebriety, let our social laws be altered to make the drunk ard secure from that punishment he may feel when * convicted before a bench of magistrates of this very heinous offence ! I will hot trouble your readers with my opinion or with examples of inebriety ; but merely offer an opinion that all . kind institutions and charitable motives will not reclaim the besotted unfortunate from the desire of drink : and it is the well grounded opinion of many that the dis grace of being a prisoner under charge lias in ma...

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LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

LAND LAWS. (From the Echo.) In the current number of the ' Melbourne Review,' the place of honour is accorded to an essay by Professor Pearson ??« On Pro perty in Land.' Tho point of the learned gentleman's article is that the State ought to favour the principle of small proprietorship; but he admits that, though tho general land laws of Australia 'have always aimed at facilitating sales to small holders, and at testing the genuineness of applicants by binding them, down to certain conditions of residence and improvements,' they havo a sterling class of small proprietors. Pro fessor Pearson says: 'It is not easy to prevent the land being, dummod : and. even if it is fairly taken up and worked, the: pur chaser, when he gets his title-deeds, cannot be precluded from selling to the large land owner. The system undoubtedly creates a class of men who take up land only that they may sell.it again, and who, in the interval, have neither the steady habits of the average labourer, nor the im...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

. EELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, April 22. Cootamundra, 11 a.in.- Murrumburrah, 11 a.m.; 7*30 p.m.— Rev. W. Cocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. THE above Bank lias OPENED A BRANCH at.Cootamund.ra for the transaction of all ggSal banking business. AGENCIE^thrdughout the world. The Brancb/is ^m^ortho management of Mr. J. I. PETEIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. deterceStTs^egific, : or Horse and Cattle Ointment, Is the only reliable remedy for Sitfaets, Fistulas, Saddle and G-irtli Grails, 1 jGSC Jet*.. &C rpHIS preparatioi/ though recently intro X duced to public--jtice^is rapidly taking precedence to all othersof 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, GHEMIST «Ss IDRTJGrCrlST, Cootainundra. «^ PRICE, 2/- PER POT. DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.C.L., M.E.C.S., and L.M.B.S.,' (A legally Quafifie^Medical Practitioner,) MAY be cctosuIM DAILY 'at the Star . Hotel, Cootamundra. Sign-...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

-PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, April 22. Cootamundra, 11 a.m. — Rev. J. Spalding

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday. April 22. Wallendbeen,. 11 a.m.— Rev. Gr. Thompson Jindalee, 3 p.m. — Ditto Cootamundra, 7 '30 p.m. — Ditto.

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

COMMEEOIAL. Herald Office, Monday. '?? The weather during the past week was not characterised by any material change ; the days are warm, with an occasional one itn seasonably hot, and the nights moderately cool. Eain, to all appearance, is as far, off : as ever, notwithstanding several indications that have been prevalent. Frosts, which we notice from our exchanges are making their appearance around us, are not severe, al though several have been experienced. Large quantities of wheat continue to arrive, and prices remain as last quoted, that is to say at 4/6. The local mill' is crammed full in every part and kept con ^ stantly at work. ' Fresh butter for local consumption is scarcely obtainable in the market, although: ready sale for a good supply would be found. In.the stock market business is dull, and few -transactions are being made. , In the Sydney market, Breadstuffs and cereals appear to be abun dant, but business almost at a standstill. The market is in a veiy unsettled st...

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BREADSTUFFS IN THE METROPOLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

BREADSTUFFS IN THE METROPOLIS. ? (Saturday's Echo,) We published a telegram yesterday announc ing that breadstuffs in the Western district were never so plentiful as they are this season, and that large quantities are being exported to the metropolis. No less than 130 tons were despatched by train on Thurs day, and, as the mills are over full, we may expect to receive, possibly, some hundreds 'of tons during the next few weeks. This is intelligence of the best kind. Years ago the wires were busily engaged flashing news to Sydney of real and imaginary gold deposits at Hill iUnd and other places m the west ; and the glittering telegrams of those days kindled this and other communities into the highest degree of speculation-fever. But though it must be admitted that news about wheat has a tame sound when compared with news about gold, still it may be true that, in the long run, the former is much more important than the latter. Gold may draw population to a district, but it is seldom a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

J. &? E. BARNES, COOTAMUNDRA STORE, Haye always on liand a large and varied stock of ( Drapery, Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Ironmon gery, Boots and Shoes, &c. ; and having recehsedrJa^e consignments of Goods purchased under most favonrabl^j^cWi.stances, by one of the firm during a recent visit to ^ydneyyk^re^edrto^ell at EEDUCED PEICES. I!*!}53 Casa' customers liberally dealt with. Agents for the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, ». ©'SULLIVAN, BOOTMAKEB, , Parker-street, Cootamundra, BEGS to inftfrrri^he inhabitants that he has conyneiraQ. business; and hopes, by keeping me Afest material that can be obtained, and by good 'workmanship, to merit a fair share of support. (Cf* Good fit guaranteed. All repairs executed cheaply, neatly, and on the shortest notice. ~ COOTAMUNDRA COACH FACTORY, Opposite Cootamundra Hotel. - N. O. STEUART IS prepared to e^cuAe orders in Engineer ing, ?^eel/riaming, ' Blacksnnthing, Horse-shoeing, $c./*n the best style, on ...

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OCCUPATION BY SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

OCCUPATION BY SELECTORS. (Sydney Mail.) The Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861 directed in its 16th section that the condi tional purchaser shall occupy the land within one month after the date of purchase. The clause was repealed by the Amending Act of 1871, which dealt with this matter in rela tion to future conditional purchases in a somewhat different way. The question, however, remained whether conditional pur chases made before the passing of the Act could be upset by reason of non-compliance with this direction, and whether the burden of proving compliance lay with the selector if his rights were challenged. This qiiestion was raised in one of the Joachim v. O'Shanassy cases, upon which judgment was given a few days ago, and it, or at any rate the second division of it, was decided in the negative. Sir James Martin hold that a selector, in order to maintain an action for trespass, was bound to prove that the land had been occuj)ied within a month after the date of purchase. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

The Exhibition. — The Exhibition was, on the 10th instant, opened with great eclat, in Prince Alfred Park. The place began to be tolerably well filled at an early hour in the morning by the exhibitors, the members of the Association, and their friends, who had the privilege of entering after 10 o'clock. Before noon, when the public were admitted, it is estimated there were fully 1000 persons ?in +1va Tnn.iTi TvrrilrK-no'. l')PRirlftH n. In/rcm imm. ber in the large annexe and about the grounds. His Excellency Sir Hercules Eobinson, accompanied by Lady Robinson, Captain and Mrs. St. John, Miss Bobinson, and the Hon. Hely Hutchinsbn, arrived punctually at 12 o'clock, and were met at the entrance by the secretary to the Associa tion (Mr. Jules Joubert), and several mem bers of the Executive Committee, among whom were Messrs. W. Wallis, J. Alger, J. J. Calvert, G. K. Mann, F. L. Montefiore, and P. N, Trebeck. The viceregal, party were conducted through the building. The Exhibition this ...

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FACETIAE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

FACETS. ' ThAt was a scrupulous young lady who re fused to meet her lover — Justus, his name was— at home, because she heard her minister say' that Justus should always be meeted out, ' ' ?'???'?? ^ : A Now York dandy, wishing to be witty, accosted an old rag-man as follows ; ' 'You take all sorts of trumpery, in your cart, don' t you ?' ' Yes ; jumi) in, jump'in !' ' Just think, when my wife undoes her chignon, the ends of it touch her ankles.' ' Is that all ? The ends ! 'Wiry, when mine TmrlnfiK Tim* hair t.hft whnlo of it fsilla on +,ha ground.' ? ????? ; -?-?? ? 'Where are you going?' said. a Scotch gentleman to a thief, whom ,;l|e observed crawling through a hole in the hedge into his garden. ' ' Back again, ' ' replied Swayney, as he hastily retreated. A farmer and his wife called at a Detroit photographic gallery »to have some photo graghs taken of the; latter, aiid while the operator was getting ready the husband gave the wife a little advice as to how she must act. ' ' Fast...

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