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POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY, APRIL 20. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

POLICE COURT, COOTAMUNDRA. ? Friday, April 20. Before Mr. W. Love, P.M. r hn Moore, charged with using obsceno language, did not appear. Service of sum mons was proved ; and it was stated that ho had left the town. The case was consequently adjourned. James Ferguson was charged with using obscene language in the hearing of the pub lic, and pleaded guilty. Tho senior- constable said Ferguson had been checked before by .IUU1S«11 ilJLIU UWUBJLS, UUU lb WHO X11S ilLBli il]) jpearance before tho court. The Bench gave him the choice between a fine of 20/- and imprisonment in Gundagai Gaol for fourteen days, and he chose the latter. Harry Lee was charged with using insult ing language to. the police in the verandah of Denniff s public-house. He pleaded guilty to the charge, and humbly- apologised, pro mising that it should not occur again. The police giving him a good character, he was fined 5/-. with 4/10 costs. Adams v. Combes. Insulting language. Elizabeth Adams, sworn, deposed: She was...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

??.??' ;' ? MISC^LLMEdUS., I, ; , Retieement. of Mb. W. Gv Geaoe.— . 'Anglo- Australian' writes in the European MaU,:~-Th.eve is some, talk of, Mr.. W.GK ? Grace retiring frprn the cricket field. The ' other day a public meeting of gentlemen- 'in- terested m cricket was hold at Berkley Castle, under the presidency of Lord Fitzhardinge, for the purpose of taking steps to obtain a national testimonial to Mr. W. G. Grace. Lord Fitzhardinge alluded to the great achievement of Mr. , Grace last i season, and' reminding them that eyen.isuoh a cricketer as Mr. Grace could not last for eveivthcugh tho time had arrived for cricketers and others interested in that manly game to present him with some recognition of 'the services he had rendered in the cricket field, ; In the course of a discussion, it was seated .that: the 'Marylobone Club were ...unanimous on one point— namely, that if Mr. Grace were going to giVe up play arid follow his profession; as a surgeon; and only play cricket occasion...

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PETTY SESSIONS. SAME DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

PETTY SESSIONS. Same Day. Same Magistrates. Southee v. Robinson. Plaintiff claimed £3/2/2 for account. No appearance of defendant.. Verdict for the' amount. Same v. Boyd. £5/14/1. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount. Murphy v. Rawlcy. This case as against defendant had boen postponed by nonsuit on a point of law raised by one of the solicitors — that a minor could not sue. On condition that a written guar antee was given by a gonipetent person of responsibility in the event of an adverse verdict, Mr. Lovo consented to hear the case. The mother of the plaintiff, — . Watson, gave the requisite guarantee. Defendant objected that she was not competent, having no pro perty ; which was overruled, Mr. Love stat ing that it would be wrong to refuse to give justice to plaintiff on such grounds. Plaintiff sought to recover the sum of £10/ for damage inflicted by the trespass of de fendant's cattle. For Plaintiff, it was sworn by the witness Watson that she owned 40 acres of land, w...

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JONES'S DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

JONES'S DAMAGES/ Mr. Junius Jones demands heavy damages from ,the city of San Francisco. A bill filed against this corporation sets forth that Mr. Jones went down to bathe in the bay at the North Beach ; that while disporting in the waves he was bereft of his clothes by some foolish hoodlum ; that a sympathetic fellow bather volunteered to bring Mr. Jones some garments from his home which is at South Park; that as the weather was becoming chill, he, with motives of modesty and the assistance of said stranger, buried himself up to the neck in the sand, that the party of the first part remained in; that damp and '. uncomf ortabio position, detrimental to health '?. 'and accessible to fleas, for the space -of five hours; that during that period four ladies, talking on the beach, fainted on; beholding complainant's head under the impression that the same was that of a person decapitated by pirates and washed ashore; that sundry small boys shot arrows at him, and fled, that one of the sa...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Agent at Wallendbeen.— Wo have so cured the services of Mr. Irwin Smith, iun., as agent for this journal at Wallendbeen and surrounding neighbourhood. Reservoir.— A prompt response was given by the Minister for Works to the peS which we printed in our last issue. The petition was sent from hero on Friday: and on tho following Mrmdnv « f«i«,^,Ty ' aucl ? informed, was received by the superintendont of the work at tho Eeservoir, &. Murrav to do what was asked by the residents S ing the petition ; and tho work is now nouriv completed.. The rapidity with which corre spondence is replied to% the present Mins ters is (jiate remarkable. Official neglSe ? ? 'the insolence of office and tho ffl which the public have had to grin and bo*lr with heretofore are being atoned for by £ diligence and affability of the nni SL i Ministers. All honou/tothem sa m™° td wo venture to say that such conduct wH cover a multitude of littlo peccaiHlloos on ' ' the part of our admini...

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USEFUL TABLE FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

USEFUL TABLE FOR FARMERS. To aid farmers, in .arriving at accuracy in estimating the, amount .of land in different i 'fields' under., cultivation »thWf oilowing table . will be useful :?— -. ? ' ;' '-. ; 5 x 968 yds measurement contains an acre 10x484 yds „ ,, 20x242 yds .. „ ; ; ' „ , 40x121 yds „'..„; , ,70x6S£yds!. /„ , „ ,80x60£yds '. r,, . . „ 60x626 ft . ' ! „ ' ''????„ 110x396 ft . ' . ,,. ,,; 120 x 36^ ft . ''„? „ 220.x' 198 ft »'?????'?' ? ?» ? '240xl8H-ft '„' ? V „ . . 440x99 ft . .,;,': „ ,

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TORRES STRAITS. GENERAL SUMMARY. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

ABB1VAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TOEEES STRAITS. [FROM THE S. M. HE11ALD.] GENERAL SUMMARY. / ; March 2. The Queen arrived at Buckingham Palace on March 1 from Osborne House, and hold a drawing-room reception. \ The Prince of/Wales is the guest of Lord Shannon, and his Eoyal Highness had some ex cellent hunting with, the Cotswold hounds. The Princess of Wales has been confined to her room suffering from a cold. England has recommended to the' other European Powers the policy of giving Turkey a year to carry out reforms.' .'.'.'.. Congress has officially declared Hayes as President. ; A measure for recognising in England colonial marriages with deceased wife's sister has been read a second time by a large majority. Mr. Trevelyan's motion to throw open the foreign and diplomatic service has been negatived. In reply to the Earl of JBelmore, Lord Carnarvon stated that kid napping in the southern seas was greatly diminished by the presence of the British squadron. At the farewell banquet ...

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THE ADDITIONS TO OUR POPULATION FROM OTHER COLONIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

THE ADDITIONS TO OUR POPULA TION FROM OTHER1 COLONIES {Melbourne Argus. ) The oft-repeated assertion that ,the popula tion of New South Wales; is- being 'largely increased at the expense of . her .neighbours receives signal confirmation from a report recently submitted to tho Parliament of that colony by the Government Agent for im migration He states that statistics furn ished by the Collector of Customs show that during last year the arrivals by sea from . New Zealand, the neighbouring colonies, tZ a™ OrS^ P^-l^umatly exclud mg Great Britain— amounted to^ 30,122. Ine: departures. hnwnvAv r,T,i-,, ^,,_i.'_j 19,974, leaving the colony the gainor to tho extent- of 10,148 souls/ But ^these figures only show approximately the constant no- ' South Wales^by her neighbours. Mr. Wiso Jb^G»rZrt ?-etee^to, plainly intimate.; that there is no doubt that Now South Wales annually receives' a largo 'influx of overland population ; from Victoria? South Australia, and Queensland;'' but as no recor...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

KELIGIOUS SEEVICES. CHUEOH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, April 29. The Eev. H. E. Taylor, of Gunning, will preach at Cootanmndra at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., and at 'Wallendbeen at 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYI-NEY. THE above ipriL has OPENED A BRANO.Iym^£ootaimiridra- for the transaction of ^jfl^jYy/l banking- business. AGENCIES ihrSttgliout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Oootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DETERcWsPECIFIC, OR Horse and Cattle Ointment, Is the only reliable remedy for -Sitfasts, Fistulas, Saddle and Girth Galls, rriHIS preparatkjn^hough recently intro | diiced to/otib^c^otice, is rapidly taking precedence to aH-otners 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, CHEMIST & XDK-CTG-a-IST, Cootaimuulra. 03=- PRICE, 2/- PER POT. DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.C.L., M.RjC^L- and L.M.B.S., (A legally QuaBney^tfLedical Practitioner,) MAY be ? con/S^r DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Sigii-writer, Moug^ainter, ...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—APRIL. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR.— April. 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. Pull Moon ? 28th, 2-41 a.m. Sun Days. Memoranda. ~~ eg © ? ; ? 8 g IS. 6-13 5-54 2 M. Eichard Qobden died, '65 6 '14 5-53 3 T. Shakspeare died, 1688 ? 6-15 5-51 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 16 M. 6-25 5-35 17 T. 6-26 5-34 18 W. 6-27 6-32 19 Th. American lad. war, 1775 6*27 5-31 20 F. 6*28 5-30 21 S. 6-29 5-29 22 S. 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 JPhilHp disc, '02 6-32 5*24 26 Th. ' 6-33 5-23 27 F. 6-33 5-22 28 S. Cook land, at Botany, '70 6'34 5-21 29 S. Fourth after Easter 6-35 5-20 30 M. COOTAMUNDRA HERALD. TUESDAY, APKIL' 24, 1877.

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHUEOH. Sunday, May 6. Cootamundra, 7 p.m.— Eev. J. Spalding

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GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. Melbourne, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

OOLPSBBOTJGmS MONTHLY REPORT. ' V' ^ ,.^ Melbourne,' April! 6; ^ Wool : As, the season -inay now be considered virtually closed, and^uBHc sales. aree only held at irregular intervals, there is but little business of importance to note— the total nunitier of 'bales catalogued since our last monthly, report being only 1404 bales, of whiot about 1102 bales were sold by public' auction, and- private contract. Prices are very irregular ; and although, from the in different character of the parcels offering at the , ;fag-end of a season — most of the lots being of inferior quality and in poor condi tion— it is difficult to indicate by actual quotation the precise effect of the late news from London, it is very evident that the tone of the market is decidedly lower: : We are gratified to learn from our country corre spondents that, within the last few weeks, heavy rains have fallen through a. portion of Riverina and the northern districts of New South Wales; and those stations which have b...

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FREE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

PREE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION. ( Vagabond in Melbourne '-Punch.) The latest craze of our popularity-hunting democrats is free University education. Everybody is to receive a classical training, and to bo qualified for somo clerical or pro fessional employment; which implies the disdain of and an incapacity for honest industry. ' He's only a genus !' says the landlord, in tho 'Lady of Lyons,' when speaking of Claude Molnotte.; and when ho is asked what he means bv the expression. lie replies, ' A genus !— a man who can do everything in life except anything that's useful; — that's a genus!' And it. is sori 6usly proposed to multiply these limp, white handed inutilities by a gratuitous system of higher education. What next? This class is already in excess. Advertise for a clerk, and you will have hundrods ' of applicants willing to accept such a miserable pittance as will barely enable them to vegetate; and so with any other kind of light ' occupation. It recently came within my knowledge ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

. COMMERCIAL. ?????' ???;- - i Herald Office, Monday. . After a prolonged dry season, the weather has broken up. During the early part of the past week the threatening appearance of heavy clouds that continually, hovered about awakened expectations of a fall of the long and anxiously waited for supply of rain; and those expectations were fully realised on Saturday last. About 4 a.m. rain com menced, and through the day, especially to wards night, continued to iaU. with a pleas ing determination. Although it cannot be said the supply is equal to the actual re quirement of the district, yet, at this oppor tune, season, it will be productive of a vast . benefit. 'In all places, whore the rain has fallen the ground will be rendered lit' for ploughing, and in the course of a few, weeks we hope- to near of the fc-mers' having in ?their, winter crops. Already pleasing ac counts from the country are given, around Jindalee we hear of nearly all the dams being filled, and some of the farmers ...

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IS IT WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

IS IT WAR? (The Echo). Is it war ? or is it still to be that armed peace which is almost as costly as war? Tho last telegram has undoubtedly a very gloomy look, and the depression in the pro duce market, with the semi-panic on tho Stock Exchange, looks as if the capitalists of Europe were seriously uneasy. We arc sometimes accustomed to speak of the cost of war by the amount that the victorious nation spends and that the conquered nation has to give in indemnity in addition to its own expenditure. But the fact is that, in the complicated circumstances of modern society, no calamity affects only tho nations concerned. No man and no Govern ment that does evil can confine the conse quences of that evil to the doer. No one can calculate-how many people are ruined by a war. No one can say what schemes are postponed or crushed that, if carried out, , would have been for. the benefit of com merce. No one can say what hindrances are put in the way of these forward' move ments that go toward...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

Mackenzie & Archer, Wholesale and Retail Butchers, PAR^EasSJJREET. . uuali^I^yStndeniable. ORDERS punctually attended to. Small Goods of every description always on hand. 0^=- Hides, Sheepskins, and Tallow bought. CURE FOR BLIGHT.~ Rose's World Renowned EYE LOTION. AN effectual cuul for the Blight, Sore Eyes, Infla^iedJSyelids, &c. In IfeTTLjds 2/6 Bach. A few drops To hi '^Topped into the Eye five or six times a /ay. Prepared solely by the Proprietor, , 3BC. ' CT. 'W-XX.X.3; AjEMCS, FAMILY & DISPENSING CHEMIST, Fitzinaurice-street; Wagga Wagga. . {£?** Agent f or . Cootamundra : — J. & E. Barnes, Storekeepers. First Prize Medal K S. Wales ; Exhibitions, . 1874-75, and Queensland, 1876, ? WAS AWARDED TO :eyM jokes, Practical Manufacturing ? Gold and , Si!\ vir-' ? ... ? smith, &c, ,.'?....-,. HUNTJUE-STIiEET, SYDNEY, Importer of all the latest novelties in Cold and Silver, J ewellery , English and foreign Lever /Watches/ from lElotherham, Sett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

Hollo way's Pills.— Erysipelas.— Much difficulty is often experienced in eradicating the cause of erysipelas from the system. Till that is effectually done this inveterate disease is always hovering about ready again to take possession of those predisposed to the disorder, under the slightest derangement of health. Immunity from a relapse is gained with the greatest certainty by using Hollo way's purifying pills, as they remove the hidden source from the blood. They correct so' kindly, yet energetically, the circulation and digestion, that erysipelas soon departs. These pills likewise strengthen the stomach, and regulate the liver and kidneys : thus the disorder disappears from the interior as the disfigurements depart from the skin. — Aibv. The Bishop of Goulburn and Mrs. Thomas arrived last night from Braidwood, where they spent the last Sunday of their tour .in the south. The Bishop's carriage was driven on this occasion 911 miles, for the most part over the roughest roads in the...

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FACETIAE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

FACETLE. , ....:. The other morning a careless mason drop ped a half-brick from the second story on which he was at work. Leaning over the wall and glancing downward, he discovered a respectable citizen, with his silk hat jam med over his eyes and ears, rising from a recumbent posture. The mason, in tones' of some apprehension, asked, 'Did that brick hit anyone down there ?' The citizen with great difficulty extricating himself .from the glove fitting extinguisher into, which his, hat had been transformed, replied with consider able warmth, ' Yes, sir, it did, it hit me.' ' That's right,' exclaimed the mason,1- ; in tones of undisguised admiration. 'Noble man ! I would have wasted a thousand bricks rather than have had you tell a lie about it.' How early. — At a happy home, the other evening, where the family was gathered around the tea table entertaining unexpected guests, the fond mother said to the youngest darling, 'Weedie, darling, be. careful; you mustn't spill the berries on ...

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L'ESTRANGE'S ROPE-WALK OVER MIDDLE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 April 1877

^d'ESTRANGE'S BOPE-WALK OVER MIDDLE HARBOUR. (S. M. Herald), :;.- It cannot be said that Blondin is unrivalled ? as a rope walker now that Mr. H. L'Estrange ? 'has so successfully completed two perf orm- ances on the hempen pathway over Middle Harbour. We have already reported one .which took place two or three weeks ago in. the presence of a few friends, and especially - witntJie oD3ect 01 demonstrating tne bona fides oi the affair. A day was fixed for a more public ' exhibition, but the weather 'proving unfavourable, 'it was postponed ' xitttil Saturday afternoon, 14th instant, when '_'. It came off successfully in the presence of thousands of spectators. Every necessary preparation had been made for the event. 'The following steamers were engaged for the conveyance of visitors, namely, Emu, Sap phire, Collaroy, Kiama., .Goolwa, Prince Alfred, Quandong, Daisy, Hourijji, Mystery, Phantom, Agenoria, Victoria, Violet, Manly, Omeo, Britannia, Empress of India, Leipa, Pelican, Monaro ;...

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