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PROGRESS OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

PROGRESS OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. As eager enquiries are constantly being made about the progress of the railway to Cootamundra, the following informa tion will doubtless be acceptable. On Saturday last we rode over the line from Murrumburrah to Cootamundra, and, consequently, had every opportunity of seeing for ourselves what progress was being made. There appears to us to be no reason why the contract as far as Cootamundra should not be completed for traffic by the date named by Mr. Parkes, in his late address to his constituents, viz., in October next. The . permanent way is, with little exception, completed to within a mile or two of 'Wallendbeen, about half the distance between Mur rumburrah and Cootamundra. The only exception is a break at the Demondrille Creek, where men are engaged in driv ing the piles for a substantial bridge ; but a temporary culvert has been put up, so that the contractors' engine (which, by the way, bears the appellation of 'The Murrumbidgee') and...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL. On - the 16th February Mr. Gladstone drew attention in the House of Commons to our treaty relations with Turkey; and charged the Government with a want of uniformity in the declaration. During, the recess Mr. Gathorne Hardy, on behalf of the Ministry, stated that the country was bound by the treaty of 1856, and that we should be wrong to use material coercion against the Porte. Dur ing the discussion that followed a warm passage of arms took place between Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Chaplin, who called the St. James's conference a bare-faced shame, and said that Mr. Glad stone's accusations against the Government were of such a nature that he ought, as a* man of honour, either to withdraw them or bring, forward a definite motion. The Speaker called Mr. Chaplin to order, and the expression was withdrawn. In his reply, the ex Premier complained bitterly of being for the first time in a long public career accused of showing a disinclination to fight. On the 20th,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Parliament. — Since the re-assembling of Parliament, which took place on Tuesday last, some important matters have been dealt with. After the Ministerial statement by. the Premier, who, it appears, experienced no difficulty in the construction of the Cabinet (contrary to the prognostications of his predecessor), the business of the House was entered upon with commendable spirit. On the motion of Miv. Hoslcms, the new Minister for Works, the plans, Sections, and books of reference of the propose^ extension of the Great Western Railway from Orange to Wellington and Dubbo ,was agreed to, committing the Government to the route via Ironbarks. The Opposition tried to get an adjournment of the debate, Mr. Robert son wishing to bring the engineer-in-chief before the bar of the House for further in formation on the rival routes — Ironbarks . and Molong ; but the House thought enough time had been wasted over this extension already, and decided the matter at once. A tempor...

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THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

\ : THE ARI1Y. A scheme has been promulgated for converting each pair of exist ing battalions in the army into, territorial regiments, of which the militia and brigade will -.both form j the other battalions., A number of regiments will be abolished if the scheme be carried out. it, is exciting much opposition. Ex periments have been made at .Els wich; with a 40-t'on breech-loading gun of i2 inches calibre, con structed by Sir W. Armstrong. They were very successful. The breech was easily opened and closed by one man 'without tools ; a charge of IGOlbs. to 1801bs. of pebble-powder is used for the weapon ; - with the latter a 7001bs. shot , attained a velocity of 1650 feet per second'.

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DISTRICT NEWS. TUMBERUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. TUMBERUMBA. (from our correspondent.) Great inconvenience is suffered owing to the non-appointment of our C.P.S. as land agent. The goldfields reserve being now open for selection, several are taking place ; and even supposing that land bo selected either in the Tumut or Upper Murray dis trict, still the inconvenience exists ; whereas by the appointment of a gentleman as land agent, parties would be saved the trouble of a long journey, to say nothing of expense. The. subject of a church bunding; which is very much wanted at Back Creek or its vicinity, has again cropped up ; and the in habitants may thank the rev. gentleman who officiates at this place for* the praise worthy efforts being made towards this object. I hear that the small population at that place will at once get some- kind of a temporary building erected that may servo the present purposes of a schoolhouse. The Rev. Mr. White has, informed the residents that the Church Society will supplement their best ...

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THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

? THE NAVY. Th6 entire Mediterranean fleet is being Concentrated at Malta, with; a vew to : reduction. Her Majesty's ship Alexandra sailed from. Spithead on the, 5 th. Several naval disasters are chronicled. H.M.S. . Sirius has completely broken down on the Gold Coast; the Thetis has been seen 200 miles south of Malta dis abled and on short provisions ; the Sultan and a tug returned to Malta without being ' able to find the Thetis ; the Lynx, with a crew of 100 men, has not been heard of since last November, when she was cruizing off the coast of Madagascar. Five new ironclads will be added to the service this year, one of them a new description of vessel. A torpedo ram that will carry no guns is to be constructed— it will; be the first of the kind in the world, and will be heavily arin ourfed. The electric light apparatus was tested on board the Alexandra late at night prior to her departure for ^Mediterranean. 'Within a radius of several miles . every object afloat and ashore was ...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, April 29. Cootamundra; 11 a.m. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. — Rov. W. Cocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

THE CITY BANK, ) SYDNEY. // THE above Bank ha^/OPENED A BRANCH at Cootftmasptfra for the transaction of all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. mmmwk(a) 7/ DETERGENT SPECIFIC, llfrse and Cattle Is th#only reliable remedy ^or Sifcfasts, Fistulas, Saddle^and Girth Galls, &c., jKC^ &c. THIS preparaf^nC^Jiough recently intro duced to puMilparotice, is rapidly taking precedence to all others 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 apphcatio#'to the proprie tor. FRANK MOORE, OHBMIS^ Sc DRUG-G-IST, Cootamundra. Kfp PRICE, 2/- PEE POT. I i DR. T. G. I VI MY, ^ . L.A.C.L., M.E.a.Syand L:H.B.S., (A legally QuaKMcy&t^dical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted /DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamun...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. . Sunday, May 6. Cootamundra, 7 p.m. — Rev. J. Spalding

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

WEBLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, April 29. ; Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Jindalee, 3 p.m.— Ditto Cootamundra, 7'30p.m. — Ditto.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE | ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. [from the s. m. herald.] London, March. 2. Her Majesty is in good health, and has held .several levees and draw rooms in London during the month. The Rev. J. Henson,- the hero of Mrs.1 Stowe's story,. ' Uncle Tom's Cabin,' paid a visit to the Queen at Windsor, at lier Majesty's re quest, on the 5th instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

Tji\ il ©'SULLIVAN, BOOTMAKER, . Parker-street , Cootamundra , BEGS to inform the inhabitants that he has comiTuanced business; and hopes, , by keeping th/ material that can bo v. obtained, any b^/good workmanship, to merit a, fair sJftarer^^jipport. Good fit guaranteed. All repairs executed cheaply, neatly, and on the shortest notice. COOTAMUNDKA COACH FACTORY, Opposite Cootamundra Hotel. n. c./s^feuART IS prepared to /xeef reorders in Engineer ing, Whe ehvri^hting, Blacksmithing, Horse-shoeing, &c., m the best style, on the shortest notice, and on moderate terms. Buggies on hand, made to order, and repaired. Jobsoii and Woodliouse, PAEKEE-ST., i!OOf AMUNDEA, Carpenters, /Bjlilders, and UiMl^rtakers. ALL orders punctually attended to. , Charges moderate. ' Is there no hope ?' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head.' ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ' JEJgroto dam animus est,8jpes est.' DR. L. L. SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

Holloway's Pills.— To Nervous Suffer- ; ers. — Nervousness, so called, has been' said to arise from foul blood or a guilty con-? science. When the first is the origin, the : afflicted may be cheered by the knowledge ' ' that a course of Holloway's Pills will dissi- ? pate both cause and effect. Many nervous invalids of long duration have afforded the most remarkable recoveries under these purifying Pills which have assuaged suffer ings from the severest character, and steadily restored the afflicted to. comfort, confidence, * and health, after change -of climate arid ; every other _ means had signally failed. Holloway's Pills renew the lost appetite arid regulate digestion, without permitting those ; , feelings of fuliness, flatulency, distension, faintness, and palpitation, . Which . seem; ? to threaten instant death to the timid and en feebled. ! One day last week a man, a passenger to Orange, foolishly jumped out after1 his1 hat, ' which had, blown off, while the train was runnin...

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On Wednesday, 16th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

On Wednesday , 1 6th May. Country Lots : Lots A, B, 0. portions 63 to 95, 40a each, c. Clarendon, p. Bute, adjoining northern boundary of W. Cowan's conditional pur chase No. 54 of 200a, and adjacent to north west corner of R. Cowan's conditional pur chase No. 55. Cootamundra run. £1 per acre.

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, May 2. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

THE LAND. LAND SAXES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE; GUNDAGAI. . On Wednesday, May 2. Country Lots : Lot A; portion 30, 50a, c. .Clarendon, p. Ironbung, adjoining northern boundary of portion 29 of 160a, and adjacent to southern boundary of portion 94 of 40a. Ironbung Run. Lot B, portion 88, 85a 3r, c. Clarendon, p. Wantabadgery, acl joining eastern boundary of G. Harding's conditional purchase No. 80 of 320a. Wantabadgery Run. Lots 0 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, poi tions 140 and 141, 40a each, c. Harden, p. Cowcumbla, 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. Jindaiee, adjoining eastern boundary of J. Renehan's conditional purchase No. 300 of. 40a, and between the norther...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 9th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday ,9th May. : Country Lots : Lot A, portion 58, 76a lr, c. Monteagle, p. Rossi, on road from Cowra to Burrowa, ; and adjoining northern boundary of T.; A. . , Hindmarsh's portion No. 51 and western' boundary of his portion No. 56. Breakfast Creek run. £1 per acre. Lots B and O, portions 49 and 50, 160a each, c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan, between 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 of a road : 150 links wide. £190 per lot. Lot D, portiop 62, 200a, c. Harden, p. Bobbara, adjacent to south-eastern corner of L. Ryan's conditional purchase No. 10 of 120a. £1 per acre. Lot E, portion 110, 50a, at £1 per acre, and Lot F, portion 111, 69a lr, £119 /p- per . lot, c. Harden, p. Galong, on road from Murringo to Binalong, adjoining and near southern boundary of P. Delohery's coridi- ! , tion...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 9th May. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, ; On Wednesday , 9th May. Country Lots : Lots A, B, O, portions 18 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. Oucumla run. ' Lot D, portion 213, 34 acres, c Harden, p. Cunningar, between western boundary of JT. Maher's conditional purchase No. 210 of 40a and eastern boundary of M. Hogan's condi tional purchase 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, c. Bland, p. Cunningar, adjoining southern boundary of J. Metcalf s conditional purchase No. 214 of 60a and part of eastern boundaries of J. Met calf 's conditional purchase 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. Monteagle; p. Dananbilla, adjoining northern boundary of William Kel...

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POETRY. BYZANTIUM: 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

POETRY. BYZANTIUM: 1877. It is long since Cross arid Crown By the Bospliorus went down While a Christian world, too weak To avenge the dying Greek, Lay a-rofiting in the West, . And while plotting fingers prest Brow of king, palm of priest, And the horror in the East Ana tiie tali - ' Stirred the pa^ied plotters not, And dishonour smeared a spot On them all. Nearly twice two hundred years, With a glut of blood and tears, Have grown weary with the work That was given to the Turk, And the Greek is still a slave, And around his living grave Still dishonour's plague-spot clings To the plotting priests and kings, Growling nigh Like hyenas, robed and crowned, Eound a prey which they have found, Till it die. Would God that when it dies, Prom the very corpse might rise, Like phantom weird and vast, 1 Like a resurrected past, . Like a prophecy fulfilled, The old races they deemed killed, The old valour they think dead ; And the blood the Turk has shed Since its fall Seal Byzantium's crown ag...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. April 26 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. By Cousin Will. Anril 26 Tiie Weather. — Tho weather has continued threatening since last week. ' We have not however had any rain to speak of. For tho past six weeks , we havo noticed a gradual change from suminor to winter— wo havo noticed it in the days drawing in, and also ' in the freshness of the mornings and even ings ; but tho weather since Saturday last has suddenly reminder! n« nf fhn ~4! winter, ihe change was a remarkable one. The nipping frost and tho blasting westerly wind which have visited us almost uninter ruptedly sinco Saturday have combined to cherish, feelings that the winter before us will scarcoly have had its equal. In some parts, as is now too well-known, water and grass have almost vanished. The air being keen, a fall of snow would not surprise us. 'We can only hope for the best. I am pleased to say that Goulburn has come off very fairly at the Agricultural Society's exhibition in Sydney. Mr. Thomas Grunsell contributed vegetables, f...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 1 May 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. . [from the daily papers.] London, April 16. The war feeling at St. Petersburg is intense. The Czar is going to Kichenev. The rumour about Persia's claim has been denied. In a debate in the House of Lords on the Protocol, Earl Granville criticised the action of the Government. Earl Derby vindicated that action as being the best step the Govern ment could take under the present circum stances, to say nothing of the future. April 17. The Stock market is still unsettled. Con sols, after lowering to 94§, recovered to 95. The extreme fajjl of last week in Russian stock was 13 cent. ; Hungarian 10, Turkish 6, Egyptian 7. Australian (P Aus trian) 7. April 19. Active warlike preparations continue. The Russian Embassy is leaving Stam boul; and the expulsion of the Russians is expected. A circular issued by Prince Gortschakoff,' Minister of Foreign Affairs in Russia, justifies war. April 20. In the course of a debate on the Eastern Question, in the House of Lords...

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