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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE LONDON, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

? __T.. u LATEST ENGLISH NEWS G BY CABLE. en r . ? _ an [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] \. -,. ' . London, April 6. '*! The Protocol, which was signed by tl:po Ambassadors, at the Foreign Office, luier been published. It recognises the n( re cessity of European concert ; . favours th ' desire of Montenegro for a rectificatio of her frontier ; , invites the Porte to re, duce her army to a peace footing ; recog; ^ nises Turkey's promises of reforms, an^ ] hopes for an energetic execution of thost-A. reforms. If the Porte disappoints thonj other Powers, they will then consider the-[ best means to be adopted for securing the«i Well-being- of the Christians, ' and., the , general peace of Europe. , : ?- ? .:'..??? April?. . The Porte is displeased with the Pro tocoli and will probably refuse to disarm. Montenegro maintains .her, demands. .Great uncertainty exists as to the course oi events.. : : ? ? ? . '.': , . ;: '; ? ; ? * 'The Aiistralian mails via Brihdisi.hdve arrived._ ' , :,,'?' y.'-.:;...

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YASS PLAINS FREEHOLDERS' AND SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

?xass;;h1ains; freeholders' and ,',' . jselectors' association. .;;:.;,. ; {Yass Courier.) The fourth annual meeting , of this associa Vtion was held on the 31st ultimo, when an . elaborate report of its work during the past year was read by the secretary. It appears to be in a flourishing state, receiving much , , encouragement from other parts of the coun try* . The President delivered the following ad ; dress :-r-Well» gentlemen, I am about to' ..retire from the office of president of this ... association, which, through your courtesy, I nave.naa me Honour oi holding dnrmg the ?j past, two years.. During my past term of office matters of some moment have trans ., pired. Agitation against the present Land ;A.cts has become stronger and more general. ,Not alone has the Act itself been condemned, .but the more so the working of it. A cor ; rupt Minister— the head of the Lands De '. partment— had to retire from office in .ignominy— -[Mr. Remmington: hear, hear; a V most; corrupt Mini...

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POETRY. WHAT IS LIFE? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

POETRY. WHAT IS LIFE? : ' (Written for the New York Clipper.) BY MABION SAOKETT. ? Homeless and friendless, I creep through ] ? . .: the street, No place for my head, no rest for my feet. '. Who would 'believe, as they see me to-night, That once I was pure, my heart gay and light? Homeless and friendless ! Dear God ! should , ? :?? I die, ? ' ' Those '.\oi my own. kind would turn coldly away, Or look with a sneer on my poor lifeless clay. ' jHomeless and friendless ! 0, spare not your ,. blame! Shrink from me, spurn me — a creature of shame. Aye, look at me, men, with your pitiless 1 stare — You see not my heart, its pain and dispair. Homeless and friendless ! A poor ruined life, While he is happy with a fair young wife ; I met them home coming from church to 'day— I wondered how he dare kneel down to pray. Homeless and friendless ! Dear Saviour, to ?'?; iThee, . ' Who have pardoned the fallen like me, ? I turn my dim eyes, so heavy with tears, And pray as I did in my innocent years...

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DISTRICT NEWS. TUMBERUMBA. 9th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

DISTEIC^ NEWS. , TUMBERUMBA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) 9th April. This, district has assumed a wintry fore boding.;, recent strong westerly winds have blown very cold, and though rain has not fallen in such quantity as to warrant its special record, still from the appearance of heavy clouds around we ought soon to get some ; and they indi cate that other parts of the southern dis tricts are getting a plentiful supply of the desired element. . ; Repairs are being proceeded, with towards Tunmt and Adelong .under the supervision of Mr. Murray, roads in spector of the district ; but it is yet most unsatisfactory to find that the sums ap propriated for the different parts will not be sufficient to place this road in such a state as that the public can use it with-; out hindrance or mishap. Of course, improvements will be effected here and there; and we must wait witli . patience , until we get a more liberal appropriation for the roads of the colony. . In mining matters I have little to ...

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CRICKET. JUGIONG V. BOOKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

. . CRICKET. JTJGIONG V. BOOKHAM. ' 'We have received the following scores of ,. this match, but without any^ further par-' ticulars. It will be seen that it was won by . -the Jugiqng team with five wickets to spare : — * Jugiong. — First Innings. Osborne b W. Hammond ? 10 Lloyd, b Barker . / ? ? 8 Jones, b Barker . . ? ? 0 Sheahan, c A. Hammond, b Barker ? (- Domelick, b A.' Hamiiiond ? 4 O'Keefe, c Haydoii, b W. Hammond ? 0 Sharman, run out ? 8 . O'Mara, b A. Hammond ? 4 M'Carthy, run out. ? ......... . . . ,; ()? Cooney, not out.:... , ? 0 Oravelin, b A. Hammond ... ? 0 Sundries ? 14 .' ... ?'?'?':.??? ?''' '.''?? ' ? ':?'?'? . . .54. - Second Innings. Lloyd, b Barker . . , '.'...'. ... . . . ..... ... ;?'.. 4 Shariman, 'b Barker ? ? 4 O'Keefe, not out.. .' .' ; . . . ? ? 20 Jones, b A. Hammond ? ............ 2 . Sheahan, b M'Guiness ? 10 Osborne, b W. Hammond ? .......... 2 O'Mara, not out ,^ ........... ? 0 Sundries .............. ? .. .. 18 Total for five wickets. . . ...... ....

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. The undermentioned ssloctions have been taken up at the places named : — ' At Burrowa: — Richard Dargan, 60a, parish Coppabella ; John Ryan, 40a, parish Coppabella; William Ryan, 40a, parish Coppabella; John A. Murphy, 40a, parish Coppabella ; I. Stephenson, 40a, parish Nurung ; Jane Faulkner, 400a, parish Ber riina ; Thomas Pear3all, 40a, parish Alton ; Edmund Slattory, .93a, parish Alton; Wil liam Clarke, 40a, parish Bookham ; Charles M'Xane, 40a, parish1 Bookham; Patrick Ryan, 57a, parish Harden; H. Gorman, 40a, parish Rugby; .Patrick Ryan, 40a, parish Illalong. At Younp: — The following selections , wera made at : the Young land office on Thui'sday last . — T. H. Buchanan, 46a, De mondrille ; T; Tunney, 320a, Bendick Mor rell; 0. Marima, 142a, Moppity; J. Rush worth, 40a, Dananbilla ; Q-. Summerhayes, 100a, Wilton. At Tumtjt : — S. Kershaw, 40a, Mundarlo^ John Galloway, 40a, Gilinore ; G. J. Jamer, 40a, Adjinbilly ; J. B. Hayward, 40a, Bat low.

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A RACECOURSE A PUBLIC PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

A RACECOURSE A PUBLIC PLACE. ;'? ; ?????? (The Ec/w). :;. Those who desire to see the racecourse; freed from the vices which now make it, in the estimation, oi many good people, a place to be shunned must have noticed with satisfaction that two of the fraternity of gamblers' wlio heretofore have carried on their nefarious trade with impunity have been brought within the meshes oi. the law. No doubt in a little time, as the police feel more confidence in earring out, this limch-needed reform, all the games1 by which rogues, seek to profit., from the ? innocence and inexperience of ? people will be swept from the course, p^ y and wo may see horse-men1'' , ?? what it ought to bo, * 1 ' . '* b^0111i sport, unco^-V / ' ^^less liatl0^ jjYfl,. ? .v,.iiimated by the many evil .._^uences which now unfortunately suiv rouud it.. This change of the. law has been brought about by Mr.' Terry's use ful Act, which extends the application of the term. ' public place' to racecourses, theatres j and o...

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

/ MADAfn^frlLY'S ' ' . V ft 'TTISIT to Cootamundra lias been post V poned for ihree weeks or a month. The Re)r. J^if&ilTiig fTTTILL CD.VJj hold service in the Prinii V V tivo Methodist Chapel on SUNDAY NEXT, commencing at eleven o'clock. J fct Tencrers Wanted. TENDERS, returnable 01/ Wednesday (TO-MORROW), at nodn, are invited for the erection of A STONE CHURCH. {Kf* Plan and specification can be seen with the undersigned. / W. H. MATTEWS, * . ( Hon. Sec. y mTo Let. ATHBEJE-E0OMED shingled COT TAGE, wiih detached kitchen and an acre enclosed garden at Oootamundra. Apply to / j P. GTJIRY. Bethungra Pound, /?? \ ? /^ IMPOUNDED set Bethungra/on 12th day of April, fyom enclosed' lands, Billa bong, by order W. Jenkins, Esq., damages and driving 6/- e ch : — f. Brown Gelding TL'near W off: shoulder, star, hind feet white, shod; aged Also, on the 14th day of April : — f. Roan Cow, A n )ar ruinp, near ear marked ?$/ Chestnut Geldi lg, ^B over 3 near shoul * dor, star, brc ken, 4 yea...

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WOMBAT RACES. (Burrangong Chronicle). [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

WOMBAT RACES.. (Burmngiriiy Chronicle). This little township presented rather a lively appearance on Easter Monday, owing to the races which were announced to take place. There were many persons from the neighbourhood in attendance, and a sprinkling of visitors from .Young1 with a few nags who also put in an ap pearance. To have a day's sport ap peared to be the determination or everyone, and after spending a few hours in the various hotels the crowd; wended their way to the racecourse. Considering the short announcement a good number of horses came to the post, and the races throughout were keenly contested. The following is a brief account of the day's racing:— Maiden Plate of 3 sovs., for all horses that have not won an advertised prize ; one mile and a distance ; weight for age. Mr. Bath's bile m Curiosity ? .1 Lang's b h Stumpy ....... ... ? 2 Publicans' Purse of sbvs. ; twice round .the course ; catch weights. ,,'.... Mr. Mullen's First Love .....-.? ? 1 Roupell's Angler ........

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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

REYOCATION OF TEMPORARY RE SERVES. MURRUHMBIDGEE DISTRICT. No. 1180. 7 square miles.. Forms part of Conargo Block A Run. No. 1181. 7 square miles. Forms part of Block C Run. ? No. 1182. 4 square miles. . Forms part of . Conargo Block B Rnn. .-' No. 1183. 4 square miles. .Forms part of Conargo Block D Run. ... ' Conargo Rims, Blocks B and D. No. 1183 easterly and southerly extenisoii. Atea, 5 square miles. : : - No. 1184. 4 square miles. Forms part of Conargo Block E EAin. . fonargo Runs, Blocks A and E. ' No. 1,184 easterly and southerly enten sion. Area, 5 square miles. . ? ? No. 1,185. The Crown Lands around'and backl mile from the little tank situated on Conargo Back Block A Run. No. 1,186. The Crown Lands around and back 1 mile from Dan's well-tank, on Conar- 1 go Back Block A Run. 1 'No. l,187i The Crown Lands around and back 1 mile from Macdonald's, tank, on Conargo Back Block A Riin. ' No. 1,188. . The Crown Lands around and b'ack 2 miles 'from the high-water mark of the Wind...

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RESERVES FROM SALE FOE WATER SUPPLY. MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

RESERVES'FROM SALE FOR WATER ? '''?? SUPPLY. ? ? ?'MtmBUMiiDGEE District No. 1734. County ? of To^Tisend, parishes of Wureep, Willurah, and unnamed, about 9k square miles. Forms part of Conargo Run, Block A. No. 1735. 'County of Townsend, parishes ' of Wureep and unnamed, about o£ square ' miles. Forms part of Conargo Run, Block A. No. 1736. County of Townsend, parishes of Wureep and Willurah, about 4£ square ? miles. Forms part of Conargo Run, Block A. ? No. 1737. County of Townsend, parishes unnamed,'! about 2£ square miles. Forms part of Conargo' Run, Block B. No. 1738. County of Townsend, parishes of Wureep and Willurah, about 4J square miles. Forms part of Conargo Run, Block E. No. 1739. County of Townsend, parishes of Campbell, Powheep, and unnamed, about 11 square miles. Forms part of the Co nargo Run, Block C. No. 1740. County of Townsend, parishes of Willurah, Finlay, and Coolambil, about 6k square miles. Forlns part of Conargo Run, Blocks A and E. No. 1741. County of Towns...

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IMPORTANT ENGLISH CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

IMPORTANT ENGLISH CABLE GBAMS. London, April 14. Earl Derby announced in the House of Commons thai the cir cular of the Porte was against peace. The Porte has rejected the Mon tenegrin demands. Hostilities will recommence. The Kussians are advancing on Jassy. A reserve of the Koumanian army has been called out. There is a war-panic on ' Change. Consuls fell one-half. The Australian securities are unaffected. The Chancellor of Exchequer has announced that the estimated re venue of Great Britain is seventy nine millions. The wool market is depressed, owing to the prospects of war. 'Wheat is advancing.

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 April 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telcyraphic Correspondent.) Sydney, 4 p.m. L'Estrange successfuly crossed Middle Harbour on Saturday last. The. feat occupied fifteen minutes.

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

???????— . '?: Sydney Mail. ? The Sydney mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, , andSatiu'day, . ;. '? . . , Arrives, ai MuiTumburrah at 4.30 a.m. . ,', Leaves. MuiTuinbuiTah. at 4.40 a.m. \';lv!^ai^B^aUendbeeii.at,'7.a.iii.if- ';' . Arrives at Cqotainundra at 8.15 a.m. ; ! / ?' ' Leases 'Cootainuridra at 8 .45 a.m. ?' — ? — Ourigegong at 10 a.m. . . ? . ?— — — ; Be'th.ungra at 11.45 a.m. . ? ' ? ' ? ?? Junee at 3. 15 p.m.; ?';?—, — frr- Wallaceton at 5 p.m. : ? ^ , driving' at Wagga at 7: p.m. :.'?'? I' -.?! ???? ? ;Wagga Mail. . ' ? ?. . ??'? TneWAGGA mail, on Monday, 'Wednesday, ;' and Friday,' ; ?'? . ; :' ' //'' ' .'.'.?,.,. '? ? ; Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. .'.!?' .'t ' ?'??? '.?? ' ' ?''??'/?' Walkce'tbn at 8 a.m. , . *''''_ ???? -.'^ — -^-Junee at 10a.m. '?'??? .'' ? , .--7i-lri-; Bethungra;at 11. 30 a.m. , i : ?? — r-— Curigegong . at 1 p.m. ; : i , Arrives at ?Opptatnxmdxa at 3 p.m. . : . ' Leaves Oootaniundra at ;3. 30 p.m.' y'r'^-r-^^tyf&fien&beeD. at 5 p.m.,. t ? , . ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

Why axe umbrellaslikepancakes? 'Beoaiiae they ar© seldom seen after Lent. ? , .'Boy, may I enquire where Robinson's di'ug store is ?' ' Certainly, sir,.' ? said 'the boy respectfuully. ' 'Well, sir,' said?' 'the gentleman, after1 waiting awhile, ' where is it ??'' *' I have not the slightest ideay ' yer honor,' said the urchin.

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IMMIGRATION. (From the Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

IMMIGRATION.' ? . . (From the Echo.) r ? ;? From the Eeport from the Agent for Immigration for the year 1876 Sve are reminded that the cost of a passage from London to this colony to the emigrant is now' only £2, the remainder being paid by the Government. Of the 1463 immi grants -who were brought out last year, 372 were married, 699 unmarried adults, and 392 children under the age of twelve years ; 840 of the total number are set down as natives of England 'and 'Wales, 407 of ; Ireland, and .186 of Scotland. As to their educational acquirements, we are informed that 381 of the new-comers were not able to read, and 120 could read only. Their religious status is thus given: Protestants, 1086; Roman Catho lics, 375 ; other denominations, 2. The single women either joined their friends on arrival or hired from d.epot. The latter consisted of 27, wno readily ob tained engagement at an average rate of wages of £24/1 0/- per annum. Forty married couples with their 117 children, and 92 sin...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 9th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. ? ?r'f)pti'i Wednesday, ' 9ih , May. Country Lots- : . ' .:.?' ':.. .. '..''' ':...'??' ..V 1 : Lot A, -portion 58, 7;6a liyc.' MConteagle, p; Rossi, on road ? from vCo;wi;a , to; Burrowa', and ddjoining northern boundary :( of T., A.. Hindmarsh's portion No. 51 and western boundary of his portion - No. 56. Breakfast Creek ;run.. £1 per acre. ? ,, ' Lo'tsB and 0, portions 49 and ^0^ 160a each, c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan, oetween northern boundary of W. Macansh's portion .52 of ; 66a lr and southern boundary of D. Bradford's conditional .purchase No. 86 of 160a, and adjacent to eastern boundaries of portions '48 and 51. Exclusively erf a road 150 links wide. £190 per lot, 'Lot D, portion 62, SQQa, c. Harden, p. Bobbara, adjacent to south-eastern corner of L, Ryan's conditional purchase No. 10 of 120a, £\ per acre. Lot %' portion 110, 5Qax at £1 per acre, and Lot F, portion Ul, 69a lr, £119/5- per lot, cy Harden, p. Galon^, on road fro^a' Mwringo to Bin...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On, Wednesday, May 2. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GttJNDAGAI. On Wednesday; ,May 2. Country Lots : ' \ ? Lot A, portion 30, 50a, c.' Clarendon, p; Ironbung/ adjoining northern boundary of portion 29 of 16Qa, and adjacent to southern boundary of portion 94 of 40a. Ironbung Run. Lot B, portion 88, 85a 3r, c. Clarendon, p. Wantaljadgery, adjoining eastern boundary of G. Harding's conditional piurchase No. 80 of 320a. Wantabadgery Run. Lots C and D, portions 89 and 90, 40a and 280a, c. Clarendon, p. Wantabadgery, ad joining and near southern boundaries of por tions Nos. 80 and 88. Wantabadgery Run. Lot E and F, poitions 140 and 141, 40a each, C; Harden, p. Cowcuinbla, lying' be tween portions 69 and 42 of 140a each, and adjacent to eastern boundaries of G. Meale's conditional purchases Nos. 86, 87, and 138. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. Lot G, portion 193, 22a 2r, c. Harden, p. Jindalee, adjoining eastern boundary of J.' Renehan's conditional purchase No. 300 of 40a, and between the northern boundary of J....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

The Metropolitan Exhibition, which an nually affords the means of advertising the wealth, products, arts, capabilities, &c, of the colony, will doubtless accom plish the praiseworthy aims which its spirited promoters have in view : and we wish to direct attention to a new feature in connexion therewith, which might possibly be passed without much notice. We allude to the reading of papers by qualified men on subjects of practical im portance to the whole colony. One of these, contributed by Mr. Edward Gre ville, M.L.A., the member for Braidwood, is of particular interest to agricultural districts. Mr. Greville, it appears, pro poses in his paper the establishment, in connexion with our administrative ma chinery, of a Department of Agriculture ; though, on the grounds of economy, he would not advocate for a separate de partment, but for its combination with that of Mines, one that is not at present over-taxed with work : and, unquestion ably, numerous plausible reasons may be...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES, AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 9th May, COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

THE MNP, .... LAND SAIiEJS, AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, , On ?Wednesday, 9th May, Country Lots : : Lots A, B, C, portions 18/' 9n an,, pnflll o.' Blancl, p. Yoo TpS.'-:^.2.°'^H boundarvoV- -°- adjoining southern ^ y '.oserveNo. 185, and adjoining 1^ near western boundary of portion lYof. 40a. . Ouciunla run* , ; ' ,?Lpt D, portion 213, 34 acres, c Harden, p. Cunningar, between western boundary of J.. Maher's conditional purchase No. 210, of 40a and eastern boundary of .-M..'. Hogan's condi tional pui'chaso No.; 53, .of, ,40a, and adjoining part of southern boundary of J. 0. Well man's portion 35 of 100a. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. Lot E, portion 215, 34a lr, c. Bland, p. Cunningar, adjoining southern boundary of J. Metcalf's conditional purchase No. 214 of 60a and part of eastern boundaries of J. Mot calf 's conditidnal piirchase No. 112 of 200a and J. Bishop's conditional purchase No. 153 of 320a. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. £ per acre. Lot F, portion 65, 40a, c...

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