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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
GENERAL SUMMARY'. Lord Salisbury, at the Conference, strongly condemed Turkish obstinacy. The Russian General Nikitin has ar rived at Belgrade, with a milion ?? roubles, to take command of the Servian army. The General was appointed to this post by the Emperor of Russia, who has or dered the army to re-occupy all the mili tary posts on the frontier. 150,000 of fit r Russian nrinv n.ve p.rvnr.fmtratfid on the Southern frontier; and 100,000 re serves are being mobilised, Head quar ters -will be established at Chotyn. But, if ; an invasion is determined upon, the army will cross the Prutli at Skulgini, in the direction of Jassy, when head quarters will be- transferred to Nughein. The Mussulman population is greatly excited. The Softas made a demonstra tion before the Russian Embassy at Con stantinople, shouting, ' Dowti with Rus sia.' - .Turkey is importing American war material. The Russian army and stores are re ported to be in a bad condition. Austria has resolved not to undertake ....
HOW NELSON FELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
HOW NELSON PELL. The Revue de France publishes a. curi ous anecdote respecting the Battle of Trafalgar. It names Gersale, a sailor of Pa-imp ol, as the man who shot Nelson, and furnishes the following account given by the Breton sailor : — ' A detona tion resounded, and a great cry of triumph- rose from our deck. We had disabled., two of the rogues which had menaced us, and tho vessel which con tained the English admiral, after making a detour, had been driven by the wind, and presented her stem to us. We had, therefore, done some great damage to her. In fact, from the masthead whore I was, I saw that tlie gear of her rudder was carried away. - Sailors were hasten ing to replace it in tho midst of. the con fusion caused by tho going to and fro of the men who carried the dead and wounded.. A group of officers stood at the gangway of the poop.. Among them - - ** ? a little slender man, who wore three stars on his breast, gave orders. I heard' him speak. I lowered my eyes, and on the t...
RUSSIA, HUNGARY, TURKEY, AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
RUSSIA, HUNGARY, TURKEY, AND GERMANY. The hostile feelings so rife just 'now in connexion with Eastern affairs seem to be setting the youth of Europe by the ears. The students of Pesth having pre sented a sword of honour to « Abdul- Kerim, with an address in which tliey'dc clare that Russia must be prevented from swallowing Turkey ' in her vast pesti ferous maw.' the students of Moscow have sent to their brethren in Pesth ' the ? ? ? ^ o j/i ? ? _ . _ (» _i expression ox uwxv mosr proiomia con- ; tempt' and those of St. Petersburg have followed suit b}r celebrating, in the Church of St. Issac, a solemn service for the ' Russian martyrs,' because, incon sequence of the measures adopted by General Trepolf, rhey have been pre vented from calling an ' indignation meeting,' to give public utterance to tho furious anger they feel towards the Hungarian young men. The young men of Constantinople, in their turn, have presented an address to General Klappa, testifying their sympathy with, the...
IMPROVEMENTS ON FREE SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
IMPROVEMENTS ON FREE SELEC TIONS. A case of some importance to free selectors (concerning- which wo published a short paragraph in our issue of Tuesday last) was decided by the Murrurundi Bench on the 9th ultimo ; and is thus described by the Namoi Independent : — It is one of very great importance, as, if the decision of the Murruruiidi magistrates be. according tq^law, it will have disclosed an entirely new and very serious aspect of free I selection ; and places in a clear and startling light the anomalous power granted to courts of Petty Sessions under the' Lands Act of 1875. We will address ourselves first to the question of what is the proper- interpretation of that clause of the Act under which the defendant was cast in the sum of £65 com pensation. Tho salient points of the case aro briefly these: One Philip Hartman, of Blandford, on the 1th of June last, condi tionally purchased. 640 acres in the county of Brisbane, parish of Murulla, which had been theretofore leased under...
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
COEEESPONDElSrCE. (TO THE EDITOlt.) Sir, — Not tho least among the enterprises entered upon in our young community is the one you have just started, the Herald, either for its pecuniary results to- its proprietors', or for tho large amount of good it is capable of achieving. Any attempt at progress by a community without invoking the aid of the Press can at the best be only partially suc cessful : and I am. sure I only echo the senti ments of the people of our district when I say that I believe that wo have, in your case, f.lin iMirlif, m nil in tlir- nVlif, nlnnps. Many reforms are needed here, as' is sure to be the case with a settlement emerging so suddenly from the wild bush ; and I- ven ture to direct your attention to a crying evil in our midst, and one that I i'eel sure, if it were properly represented to the Bench of Magistrates, would ? not bo perpetuated. I. allude to the granting of licenses for dancing (d inking continuing as a matter of course) at public-houses up to 4 ...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 7th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
? AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURR0WA. ? On Wednesdays ' 7 th March . -;?' Country Lots : \; ? '' ^ ? Lots : A and B, 96 - acres and 40 acres 1 rood, county .Harden, parish Bobbarra, ad joining the western boundary of Regon's Lagoon water-reser^ and^ ^nOrthern boundaiy ' bf^ w^r-resorve N^ 252, exclusively of a rdifcl^ '12 ^ chains^ 'wide.-'- £1 per' ^acre. Lbt C, 120 acres,- county Harden, parish Galong, pn the Spring Creole, adjoining the eastern boundary of B. Shca, jun.'s, condi ; t tional purchase No. 80 of 51 acres and west ' * era boundary of A. Rayne's conditional pur -ehase No, 78: of 80: acres^ Galong run. £1 ; ^ per acre. k ' V- :? ? v.- ?
LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 28th February. COUNTRY LOTS; [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
LAND SALES; AT THE POLiCE OPPICE, GUNDAGM. ? On Wednesday, 2Slk February. Country Lots ; . Lot A, 40 acres, .county Clarendon, , parish Merebundinyah,; adjoining tho:^vestern boun dary, of ^Bridget Hilly's conditional purchase No. 39 oi 40 acres and northern boundary of Bridget Hilly's conditional purchase No. 40 of 40 acres. Merebundinyah run. £1 per acre. , . Lot B, 20 acres, county .Clarendon, parish Kimo, adjoining the eastern boundary of John Cooke's conditional pmchase No. 52 of 320 acres and western and part of southern boundaries' of portion 66 of 20 acres. Kimo run. £1 per acre; ' On Wednesday, 1th March. Country Lots : : Lot A, 40 , acres, county Clarendon, parish Bute, adjoining the western boundaiy of R. James's conditional purchase No. 52 of ' 200 acres, and adjacent to the northern boundary of J. Conan's conditional jmrchase No. 47 of 120 acres. Cootamundra run. £1 per. acre-1 ! the upset price. ? ';. '' Lots B and 0, 30 acres, county Clarendon, parish Kimo, respective...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
? — — — — - - - ; ; Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Never at fault^In all . irritations of the skin, soi^jV^era^urns, - and scrofulous enlargements.' of tho ' glands, Holloway's ? Ointment Jws§nfe}^rea4y -. and easy means of cure, ,whiclii'nover;disappoirit the „.most favourable expectations; ' It manifests a peculiar power in restraining inflammation, ; removing ; stagnation, cooling the * . heated blood, and checking all .acrimonious; or un healthy discharges. Whilst 'the . Ointment thiis^icts locally, the Pills, are no' less re riiarkable for their ; poweir-^ -the general condition and .habit 'of body, both processes render the cuvos complete and per manent. Under the general influence of ihese potent remedies, the puny infant be- * .'comes tho robust child ; the palo and ema ciated regain coloui rotundity^ and the dys peptic eats ireely without foar. — ADV'h
[?]TAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [?] [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
;TAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM Jah and vv alien dbeen— Sunday , , and Friday at 12 noon Cudgegong — Sunday, Tuesday, arsday at 9*45 a.m. - _ . .. .teef — Sunday .and Thursday at m. vVednesday, S, and Friday, 7 p.m. LEAVES FOR jim-ah and Wallendbeon — Sunday, jsday, and Thursday at 10*15 a.ni. , and Cungegong— Sunday, Tuesday, ad Friday at 12*30 p.m. ? ?' .ama Reef — Monday and Friday at 4 a.m. ? mora — Wednesday and Friday, 6 a.m. . Letters, &c., intended for despatch by any of the above mails must be posted in tho letter-receiver half an hour j)revi6us to time of departure, excepting for those . -mails that are despatched before 6 a;hi.j which must be posted before 9 o'clock the previous night. ' ' ''' ' ' '
POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. Wednesday, 14th March. LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
JLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. Wednesday, 14 th March. xifOTs: ' 40 acres, county Bland, parish ., adjoining the southern bound ion No. 6 of 40 acres and western of portion No. 4 of 100 acres, gal run.. , 40 acres, county Bland, parish an, adjoining the eastern boundaiy ? 's conditional purchase No. 67 ot' I northern boundary of J. Koarn's purchase; No. 62 of 40 acres. 13 acres 1 rood, county. Bland, inbingal, on Powder-horn Creek, i.e northern boundary' of J. Noo 'ioiial purchase No. 22 of 100 dnbingal run. acres 1 rood, county Monteaglo, J ibilla, on the road from Young adjoining southern boundary lara's conditional purchase No. ^ and the eastern boundary of a's conditional purchase No. 96 Calabash run. acres, county Monteagle, parish he right bank of Stony Creek, lo western boundary of J. Dwy jnal pui-chase No. 917 of 40 acres. V run. ;:e £l per aero.
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
BAIL WAY'. TIME-TABLE, i DOWN TRAllsS LEAVE Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 10 a.m., and 5 '25 p.m. Parramatta- Junction, 13. miles, 10*34 a'.in. and 5-58 p.m. ; fares, 2/- and 1/4 Fairfield, 18 miles, .10*48 and 6*11 ; 2/9 and' 1/10 ?: ?- ; 'tvi. ; Liverpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and 6*26; 3/8 and .. ,2/5 - - ?. ? ? ? CampbeUtown, 34 miles, 1 1 *40 and 7 *0 ; G/9 nnrl 4-irt Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and . 5/6 , ; ? , . ^ Picton, 53 miles, 0*40 p.m. and 7*58; 12/ and 7/6 Mittagong, 77 miles; 2*10 and-9'25 ; 19/'6 and 13/6 ; BovsTal, 80 miles. 2*1S and 9*33 ; 20/6 and 14/6 Moss Vale, 86 miles, 2 '35 and 9 '50; 22/3 and 15/9 Marulan, 114 miles, 3'45 and 10*56 ; 31/ and I 22/9 ? ! a ? 1 101 A .QA 1 1 i/I.X ? 'X*! VjrUUlUUlll, X Ox illllUOj .1 UU CiULLV XX ~xu ) Wl/W and 27/9 Bredalbane, 149 miles, 5*45 and 0*30 a m. ; 41/3 and 30/6 Gunning, 165 miles,; 7*5 and I'll ; 45/3 and 33/ Yass, 187 miles, S*30 and 2 ' 10 ; 50/9 and 36/9 . Bowning, 194 miles, 9' 15 and 2 '36; 52/6 and...
POLICE COURT. COOTAMUNDRA. TUESDAY, 30TH JANUARY. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M.; and Mr. John Hurly, J.P. Smith v. Sawyer, assault. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 6 February 1877
POLICE COURT. COOTAMUNDRA. Tuesday, 30th January &nbsp; Before MR W. Love, PM. and Mr. John &nbsp; Hurley, J.P &nbsp; Smith v. Sawyer, assault. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Charles Smith, Sworn, said he was an &nbsp; auctioneer, residing at Bethungra: &nbsp; &nbsp; 21st. December last, while at the pound- &nbsp; &nbsp; yard, defendant came there and caught him by the collar of his vest and threatened to &nbsp; &nbsp; throw him off the fence he did not use anv &nbsp; further violence or strike him; witness said to him previously to provoke him to &nbsp; make the threat. To defendant: I did not call, you a liar when you caught me by the shoulder. &nbsp; William Henry Tubman called deposed: He was. pound-keoper at bethungra, and remembered the 21st. of December last ; was at the pound-yard and saw the parties to the case there plaintiff sitting on the yard-fence he was holding a pou...
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
POSTAL TIME-TABLE. AEHIVES FIIOM ' MuiTumburrah and Wallendbeon— Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12 noon Wagga and Cuclgegong — Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 9'45 a.m. Muttama Reef— Sunday and Thursday at 7*30 p.m. , Temora— Wednesday, 8, and Friday, 7 p.m. LEAVES FOR Murrumburrah and Wallendbeen — Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 10*15 a.m. Wagga and Cungegong— Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12*30 p.ni. . Muttama R 3f— Monday and Friday at 4 , a.m. . Temora — Wednesday and Friday, 6 a.m. Letters, &c. , 'intended for despatch by any of the above mails must- be posted in the letter-receiver half an hour previous to time of ^departure, excepting for those mails that are despatched before 6 a.m., which must be posted before 9 o'clock the previous night. ?
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. On Wednesday, 14th March. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. . ; On Wednesday , 14 th March. Country Lots:. Lot 'A,,' 40' acres,' county Bland,, jjarish Dud|iuman| adjoining the southern bound ary of portion No. 6 of 40'-iacras diid'^OB^riL: Jwundai'y 0$' portion No. 4 of 100 acres. Stockjiibing^l ran. ? ? . Ldt'^B, J40 acres, ; bounty Blaiid-, parish Dudauman,:. adjoining the eastern boundary * of J. Keam's conditional purchase No. 67. of 40 acres and northern boundary of J. Ivearn's conditianal purchase No. 62 of ^0. acres. Lot O, ,113; aci%('l rood, county 'JUand, parish Stopkinbhutftl, oMfP^vder-ho'rn Creek, adjoining the i\p.vraisrn boundary of J. Noo nan's conditicrtial' '.purchase No. 22 of 100 acrcs. SJ^iackiijbmgfll run. .Lot D,-- 7 (5: aores 1 rood, county Monteaglo, parish Dafianbilla. on the road from. Young to Burrowa, adjoining southern boundary of M. M'Namura!* conditional purchase No. . 95 of iA) acres and tlie eastern .boundary of P. JiPNiixuttra's conditional purchuso No. 96 of 100 acres. Calabas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
I860. Agencies in Great Britain and Ireland raid thro^hout. Australia and N. Zealand. MISSING FRIENDS OFFICE, Sydney? N. WaSes, INSTITUTES iiuiuhi s for MISSING FRIENDS, NEXT OF KIN, &c., 011 receipt of particulars. Private inquiries conducted with the great est caution. Registers obtained of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. ? . . , Sole- Agent for Robert Chambers's Index to Next of Kin,' containing 50,000 names of heirs- at-law, missing friends, and others. Scarclies made in this index on receipt, of 5/--: in cash or stamps. Sydney, Juno 30th, 1875, „ - Dear Sir,— I. duly received all the papers connected with the cnAe 01 Richard Davies, deceased, au-L#*i ast/nished at your having brought'the mfivcli lo a successful conclu sion in so shprt a uci-iod us six weeks. I have acqjjSFi^gd^iw iolipitors in England of your establishment in Sydney, and, have, recommended y/u, with the utmost confi dence, to their /rofeslional consideration. — I am, dear Sir, Ciias. \Davies. Cow Flat, n...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TllAINS LEAVE ? Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 10 a.m. and 5 '26 p.m. Parramatta Junction^ 13 miles, 10*34 a.m. and 5*58 p.m. ; 'fares, 2/.- and 1/4 Fairfield, -18 miles, 10*4S and 6*1.1 ; 2/9 and' = 1/10 ' Liverpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and 6*26 ; 3/8 and ' 2/5 , Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11,*40. and 7*0 ; 6/9 and 4/5 - ;. Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and . 5/3 ? Pictdn, 53: miles, 0*40 X).m. and 7*58; 12/ ? and 7/6 . ' , Mittagong, 77 miles, '2*10 and 9*25 ; 19/6 and j' 13/6 ; - Bowral, 80 miles, 2*18 . and 9*33 ; 20/6 and ?vi ?: 14/6 ? ?= Moss Yale, 86 . miles, 2*35 and' 9*50 ; 22/3 and 15/9 . ' Marulan, 114 miles, 3*45 and 10*56 ; 31/ and 22/9 ; Goulburn, 134 miles, 4*40 and 11*55 ; ? 37/3 ' and 27/9 Bredalbane, 149 miles, 5*35 and 0*30 am. ; '? : 41/3 and 30/6 Gunning, 165 miles, 6*48 and 1*11 ; 45/3 and . 33/ .V' ? v - Yass, 1S7 miles, 8*25 i a,nd '2*10 ; 50/9 and ; 36/9 ' ? Bowning, 1 94'iniles, .9 *1'5 '.and 2*36; 52/6 .' : . ? and- '38/. ' '...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
Through the courtesy of the representa tive of this electorate, Mr. J oseph Loarv , M.L.A., we have before^us a copy t.f the new Electoral Bill introduced by the: Hon. J. Robertson. The object of tlie bill is to amend and consolidate the law relating to parliamentary elections, and, consequently, proposes to repeal the Electoral Act of 1858; The principles of that act, however, are retained in the present biil. We presume ? that ;iiot 'IJill has been mtroclucert into tne.JissemD^y ? for some considerable' time past wltich ^ will be .more ' j ealously watcliccl ' .by the. f people. A deep iriterest.is alwaj-s shown in the subject of parliamentary elections ; so that a short exposition' of 'tlie measure win ^acceptable to ourreaders. ' They can rest satisfied that such a - thorough, democrat as Mr. Robertson will not dare to interfere with .the present j franchise. Every male subject of lier Majestyof the full age of frv^nty-'one yeari;and absolutely free, , being MatiiTal bornj oi' ....
THE LAND. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
TEE LAND. ' CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. ; . The following selections have, been taken up at the undermentioned places GuxiJagai.— 1 Oh Thtirsday last : B. Boss, 40 acres, North Gundagai ; B. M. Osborne, 320 acres, Cunningham ; William Macansh, 320 acres, ditto ;-* L. Howe, 60 acres, Bun darbo; M. T. Carbery, 100, acres, ChidoSvla ; Patrick Reardoh, 40 acres, Kimo ; James Robinson, 320 acres, ditto ;, Joshua Glass cock, 100 acres, Goolac.
LITERARY AND MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 13 February 1877
LITERARY AND MUSICAL SOCIETY. In pursuance of announcement by ad vertisement in our last issue, a meeting of persons' favourable to the establish ment of a Literary and Musical Society was; held at Barnes's Albion Hotel on Thursday: evbning Mst. There was not a large company in the room, nevertheless, the few wlio were actualiy present de termined to organise' the society. The meeting was opened for business at a rather late hoiir. Mr. A. M. Woodhill was voted to the chair. He read the advertisement from the local paper stating the object of the' meeting ; and saicl that as it was merely a preliminary meeting it was not neces sary for him to make any remarks. He would leave tlie speaking to be dene by other gentlemen present who liad resolu tions to mover. . Mr. J. I. Petrie proposed ' That .a Literary and Musical Society be estab lished in this town,' and explained that two or three gentlemen had taken the initiatory steps in the .affair, and that they thought it advisable to call ...