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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. THE,', atove Bank hj-KClPENED A BRANCH at Copttilfc'andra for the transaction of all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout tlie world. The Branch, is under the management of Mr. J. 1/ PETEIE. Gootamundra, 3.0ibh January, 1877. ^ . DR. T. ,Gu ivimy, L.A.O.L., M.jjt.^yuia L.M.B.S., (Ai legally Qusmfi^Hfedical Practitioner,*) lijrAY be , consulted DAILY at the Star jjMl. i Hotel, Gootamundra. . il(r XI wSblrfW XI ' 'Jvl!' ifla wvV Sign-writer,; House-painter, and Decorator, r : COO TA'Ito D R A . A LL orders executed with the utmost jgL despatch. # ; Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. ? ? ; ? ; * gf* ' Charges Moderate'. : B^TOHERiMSr ESTABLISHMENT, WA'Llendo/Asteeex.'' THE undersigned having established the r above business, is prepared to supply; PRIME BEEF , ' MUTTbN ' ' ' all of the best quality. , , : «. WILLIAM FORBES. Saddlery Establishment, ; E. cfflBBS, Saddler ami Harnessmaker. Manufacturer of Gents' Light and , Fancy Saddles and first-cl...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

PEIMITIVE M33TH0DIST. CHUECH. j ? Sunday, May 20. Cootamuiidra, 7 p.m.— Eev- Jy Spalding {£?* The services are.-lfeld .fortnightly ii, the evening. 'V,;. ?

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

WESLEYAN CHIJECH. ? Sunday, May 13. Jindalee, 11 a.m. — Eev. W. H,ILL, Young Cootamundra, 3 p.m.— Ditto WaUendbeen, 7*30 p.m.— Ditto.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — The weak and enervated suffer severely from nervous affections when storms or electric disturbances agitate the. atmosphere. Neu ralgia; gouty pangs, and flying pains, very distressing to a delicate system, may be readily removed by rubbing this Ointment upon the affected part after it has been fo mented with warm water. The Pills, taken occasionally in the doses prescribed by the instructions, keep the digestion in order, excite a fine flow of healthy bile, and replen ish the impoverished blood with those richer constituents which result from thoroughly assimilated food— in the absence of which the strongest must inevitably soon sink into feebleness and the delicate find it difficult to maintain existence. Holloway's Ointment and Pills are infallible remedies.— Advt.

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DISTRICT NEWS. JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. By Cousin Will. Thursday. The Weather. — In my 'letter of this day week I referred to the extreme cold. We had about eight frosts ; and no mistake Jack did let us know who he was. About twelve o'clock on Sunday morning rain commenced to fall. The wind was this time in the right quarter,— at any rate, the clouds poured forth copiously and almost continuously till Tuesday evening, the amount of water that . fell being estimated at 6- inches. The rivers once more overflowed ; vbut, so far as I know, no damage has been done to property m Goulburn. One man, However, was nearly drowned in attempting to cross the river on horseback. Although rain would have been more acceptable a month or so ago, and doubtless would have prevented the death of large numbers of stock, and have been the means of preparing the land for earlier ploughing, yet even now it is' most welcome, and will be the means of doing an immense amount of good. The wheat-sowing season is...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

RAJLWAT TTM^-TABiliJ..'. ; / ' ?V',.'.,., , ; v ; DOVflf TBAIlfS . IiEAVE.^ , , ...', Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 2,0 a.mi - I?- and 5*25 p.m. -:.1 ' Parramatta Junction, 2,3 miles, 1 ,2,0*34' a.m. ?'i-i^andi&'SS.p.m; ; :fares, /2/-r and' 2,-/4 . Fairfield, -[ft piles, 2,0*48 aadi 6*2,2; !J ? 2/9? and : ; i/0 1 «!?* ' -.-n ??n.-j- Liverpool, 22 miles, 2,i'3:and.6'/26;; ' 3/8 ,'and '.v --2/5.. s. m Gampbellto-wn, 34 miles, 2,2, '40 fand 7 '.0 ;i i 6/9 -v: ? and .4/5 )?»;'; 1 hi v.i: :'?- Menangle, ^Omilesi^lrSeand'T^e juS/O and , J ?. - :5/6' ; ? ? i.n-J!'--! ]'V d ot '-% 'jtaji Ficton, r 53 - iailes, jl2 *40 1 and 7 '58 ipim. .12/ v ???-.; ^and'7/6 -: Mittagong,:77 males, & 'lO and! 9*25 . 3^/6 and '???J 13/6 .-ni; -.i jn'.b .!»['-?? kih-w :r, Bovnaiy 80 niilesi i2tl8v-aild' -9*36c;i; 20/6 ; and ... -f-14/6 . ,v,. ; r ; Moss .Yale, ..86 ..miles. , 2 *3 p; , ^nd 9;o0 ; , . ^22/3 . . .and 15/9 . .v\\ y/;;.; Marulan, 114 n^es, ,3,4^.andl0;9,6ji 31/fand »?;? \Mlsv ...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY, MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

POSTAL TIMErTABLE. | Sydney, Mail. .,.^v. The .Sydney mail, . pn Tuesday, Thursday,; and Satiirduy, ' , , ... % ... 'J Arrives at MmTumbuir^'ai 4.3p'a.m. ' ^Leaves Murrumburrah! at! ^.4'0 'a'.m. ?/' ' . ; Leaves Wallendbe&iat 7 ; ' 'n: Arrives at Cootamimdlra at 8.£& a.m.' '-?' '' ' Leaves Gootamundra at 8.45 a.m. :' * ? Cungegong at ,£() :a.m. , , , , , , . , . s , — I — Bethungraat ^4o.a.m. f Junee at 3,7,5 p.m. ' u ?' . '''iV Wallaceton at 0 p.ixi. : ' ' ' ; r Arriving at Wagga at 71 p;.m.' ; ??- ' 1 ?' ?yr.-rr.- Wagg!aJ Mail; ,The WAGGA mail, oil' M6'nday,Wediife'sday, and Friday^ * /' ( j ' r Reaves Wagga at 6 . a.m. ' ' ' ' ( l-^-: Wallactton at tfa/.'ni:.- ,,!! ,v) - — Junee atf/,0;a.m. ' '??? v.J' ' -r-r — ;-Bet)iungra at -£g.30' a.m. '- ?: ..Cungegongat w |, , ? ^rriyes ^,Cpptamundra.at .3 p.mi, ,, lieaves Cqbtamundra at 3.30 plpi... ' ? ' ' ? ' . ' Wallendlbfeen at' 5, p.m.' ' ' 11 ?* Arrives at 'Mui^mbtifrah at 8.'30 $.'in. -' : ; ; Leaves ? Murrufaiburrah...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

Impounded at MurIojmburrah, 011 23rd April, from Kalangan, by Messrs. Murphy Brothers : — Black horse, star, broken, like 2 oyer q over O off shoulder, like B or j in L near shoulder, q oyer 0 near thigh, aged. Also, on same date, from Demondrille, by Mr. James Turner : — Black horse, star, hind feet white, broken, P over over Y near shoulder, aged. Td be sold 17th May. J Impounded at Murrumburrah, on 17th * April, from Kalangan, by Messrs. Murphy Bros. : — Bay horse, -^reversed over jD near shoulder, star, broken. Also, on same day, from Demondrille Creek, , by Mr. Wm. Hooper Strawberry bullock (a worker), i-3 over B off shoulder, much whip-marked. Also, on 19th, from Blind Oreek, By Mr. John Brown :—Bay horse, star, DO near shoulder, broken ; Bay horse, N over N near j shoulder, star and snip, liind feet white, broken. To be sold 10th May. Impounded at North Gundagai, on 13th April, from the Gundagai- Station, by order of Mr. Broughton ; 14/6 : — Bay horse, blaze, like WM over 2 n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

StwEit, MILLS, miffi.uiidersi/Ledrteg ,to inform, the, . in{ , JL ' 'ha^ijanti^bf^^o^amun _'viand' sur rounding disificty^that they are'laow;1^ pafetV tb fexwdte orJISfcto 'any' ainoimt.- - ? N.Bi^A ^IMBBR-YAED: at Barhes' s Albion Hotel, where ? timber bf all' dimensions r&ay ;be Kaidv ' ? ? - t ? i : ? I -? ? ; ; r - ? |f. Orders^ left ?, with. ^NTessifly. (Barnes -ov Mr. Tebay,will receive pr|mpt ( attention,.; ; \..t , . .:T,'iTEBAY-f^!» f - ?? .'i ©;-WILLi3?&K'v ?: /.V - ' Wallendbeen Agcncy.- i .( -'.i'U.K-y ;-f(t -?)?: MJR.; Inyin :Smi.th, jun. „. is {%e, aqithoris^d ,, Agent. -for th ot.CojotairtujidTu HcyaUl io^ \Vallendbeen and sm;i'punding district,, whose receipt will be sufl&cieiit for ittbneys'paKl! on 6ur'bbhalf.': - 7 1 ! ^ v.K,n MoWn:& pi^icst6ne; /?' i!;T)trw:. :r,r holi/hvayx 1'io.s . I.-.I jj? V; f I (?.; : f .. -*( « of ^'06 JSxistence. mH^. mpdipine, - embraces .'levjery. jattribute JL, , ,_require,d a. general and, dpmestic . rp...

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THE SOLIDARITY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

THE SOLIDARITY OF THE BRITISH ' ' EMPIRE. At; the United Service Institution a valuable but, rather alarming paper was read: by 'Mr. Donalcl Currie. Sir Garnet ,W olseley,- made some opposite comments upon it. ,,0,ur. Em pire still needs organization in its. poUtical character, being, the growth of accident, purchase, or conquest. , . But in .'a strategical sence it needs it still more. Steam and the telegraph have altered all the conditions of warfare. JEIence; said Mr. /Currie, the para mount necessity for the establishment . of more coaling stations. , Isolated points like St.. Helena are not sufficient,, and Sir Garnet mentioned - th^.t, if we wanted to blockade the Dardanelles,. ;we should find that our nearest coaling, station was 1000 miles off. In the Ashantee War... we felt the, want; of a telegraph between the West Coast of Africa. , , and. Madeira. . Again; ; there ? is .no electric commimication between that island and the Cap, e, while Natal is fifteen days behind, the ...

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PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. IN the Assembly: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

' parliament;' ? - ? -s ?',; ' ?' ?- TxyEsoXY,' Miay '1.. ' f ' In the AsseinblyVr a.Mi% Driver,, dn,rreply.vto.' Mr.- M'EIhonei said, that there, were 'fourteen conditional 'inspectors, and furnished other inforriia^ tion as per statement. t ?}*' J' ? 1 ; . Mr. Driver,- in f^l^r.'^d -Mr?!M-Eliic-4o,: said he was i&foi^ded* tHa^^d;,!6ei^batef? oi selections were, always iorwarclea when applied for. . ' ' . . ,? ( i ' - ' ' . .. r Mr. Driver, in reply to, Mr.. Teece,..said that if any tr.ees .could 'be, spaiied froni the Botanic Gardens, . tlie,, .Government \rould grant a request to; plant -some viW tiie Goulburn -Eecreation-ground. i - 1 1 ! ; ? Mr. Driver, j iii1 reply to Mr.- Hill, ! said that fifteen preleases had be, e!n -'granted to .R.! D. Oakies^ near 'Forbes^ 'since' jf§t January, 1874.. - , i Mr. Hoskins, iri reply, to, Mr. Cameron, said ffiatli^-.Jhd'jlasj;. ajdvice^ i'jL'om America / the railw^ ;(pai^iagQ9/Or^'ereci .tliere. y?eve. to be t ^hipped p;i , the; i.lo...

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SEASONABLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

SEASONABLE NOTES. (Illustrated Sydney News.) The work of the season in those localities which have been favoured with sufficient rain will consist mainly in the preparation of the seil and the getting in of the seed. Under these heads notes have already been given. One er two matters appropriate to the time may be touched Upon. As soen as the crops of hay er grain have made seme pregress and begin to spread, it is desirable te roll them. The object of this operation is, first, to make the surface smooth, | so as to facilitate the work of har vesting; and secondly, by crushing the Loose lumps, to give a kind pf dressing or hilling to the young plants. . Attentien is necessary to the state of the soil. Much mischief is done if the ground toe over charged with moisture. On the other hand, if too dry the tender plant is cut up by the pressure of the clods, and the roots , are too much lopsened. Seasons are experienced occasionally in which it would appear better to omit the operation of...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 8 May 1877

?- ' ?; MISCELLANEOUS; :;1 : ' - ' ' The .tjotj^TR'x' from 'S'Asj8 to!- ;Grenfell.— Mr.' Edyiaxd Wpbdhpiise, whoj is in charge of stbclc;trayellirig(iritq ' the ^ieripr,, and who. is. Well known iri.tliis district, r writing to, us f^oni' Grenfell op, the '-25th .ultimo^ . says' :tt- '\I. rpgret' -to ..state', - not t jonly . for . my own s^lte, 'but', 'for that jof.'the,' gener^i Jpubhc, that between Yass and! ..fe there is, . not : as, much/ arass a s ' would- 'fill , vou coat 'nocket. Tp'-^lay is tho fifth day tha^/niy cattle, have been \wiih6ut, a', mbutj&jl' of , ;gr^ss. Hoiw tlioy hav6\subsisted is imaccountable.(. Eyeri. -vater was not . 'ypr^'iplei^tif ; Saturday niglit last, . -yhen, the rain' pame r6ntw, 'but ,'i£ only ( exterided. a few .miles ;on the Greiifell Isjide of Marengo,;, .Lhave. Heard very 'tad' accounts'' of 'iije country 1 bptween terp ahcl, lilorjbeis,' . however. shall'.'let you knp,w tlie fullest ; particular^ on, my' arrival at tlie latter tpwnshi...

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BETHUNGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

BETHUNGRA. . ? * A CORRESPONDENT writing to the T. and C. Journal says that after the late rains , the plough has once more set to work. . There is still a great number of 'cattle located on the -Oaks; There is any quantity 'of; !vrater since thfe late rains. j ? Mr. Mackay, our late manager of ' railway v^orks, has resigned his office, and has taken 'th&'iiotellately^ late- re ? ? J ? J Vri ATTfn 4*/rxirr-- om o *n ATv spectctl UJ-LU \V CXX-IX-LXV -Y JUL LV-YAXOJJJUCVXJ., AU-* ? John Byrnes' known as the Iron Horse Hotel. . Mr. .Charles Day .has, I beleive, ac cepted the office of manager of our railway 1 -works. We have now in this little township, as inhabitants, between 3000 and 5000 *(?) . people., . In addition to four public-houses and a great many boarding-houses, there are two stores, butcher and baker's shop,_ boot arid shoe and wheelwright and blacksmith's shop ; and all the people in business seem to .be ... satisfied. . , , ? ? ? Sickness is yery prevalent here ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

biSTlilCT 2sKWS. V ,f. .V .N -- . ?? *Nk * !- ' - | jFRtiM GOULBXJIIN.,. . ZC - - By .Cousin. Wile. . - ? -! . ?? 1 -?' ' 'Thursday.' ? ' Missionary Lecture.— On Sunday evon ing last th& 'Riev; GOorge Brown, Wesley a,n missionary, lectured oii tlie subject of the new missions in the islands to^ the north of Australia. 'Mr. Brown explained that this was,the only opportunity he had of address ing. them on this important _ suhj oct,^ the Jbhn' Wesley being about to sail from Syd rxsw'.i-n'fi ??Pftw Vlnvs n.nfl he and his 'wife were U ? ? , . j j | to be passengers. The lecture was intended ? to dispell a great amount of ignorance which existed in the minds of even members of the ' ^Tesleyan Church with regard to iftj,ssionary \,^6rk.; Mr. Brown stated ; that some people '' were\ of opinion that tho missionary enter prise , in: .these parts of the wojpld dated back, a great many centuries ; .but would in form tbem that the first jubilee (or fiftieth 'yd^r):Ha.d but recently been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

THE WOiWfUI WOMAJf HAS qpME ! The AT THE ALpW ITOTEii. TO-flGHT | Ami Every Mglit this Week. MADAME SIBLY Willlhold her Phreujplogical : ENTERlilMENTS . ND 'Men merle KXTIi wai;anzas. Farewell perfori Lances of Madame Sibly before retii'ini into private life. Doors open at h: If -past seven, to com mence at eight o'clo( k. 0^ Admission, 3 - and 2/ ; children' half price. . N.B.— MADAME SIBLY can be con sulted during her sti y at the Albion Hotel. Charges— verbal, or ; written charts, 10/6 and-_ £1/1/. All parents desirous of ascer taining the professJohs, trades, business, &c., suited for their .clildren would do wdll to consult 'Madame ISibly. Phrenology is of more use to the rreing generation than the 'present. I ; . IMPORTANT iflflM. To the inftalft|m^ of Cootamundra, Cungegons^ HTOtungra, and surrotaiding districts. Dr. ? d'ay, M.R.C.S,, Lond., May BE CONSULTED at his residence,*; Mrs. Angove's (late Barnes's) Albion? I Hotel, Cootamundra, ? on and aftori .MON-: DAY, 21s...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Monday 5.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent .) Sydney, Monday 5*45 p.m. It is rumoured that Mrs. Jury has identified Arthur Orton at the Parramatta Lunatic Asylum. She left Sydney on Saturday by mail steamer ' China.' Maifce is firm at 3/10. Wheat remains at last week's quotations. The wool market is unsettled. Heavy rains have fallen since; Saturday. At Windsor the river is again rising. Mr. Combes, the member for Orange, moves in the Assembly to-morrow for a trial survey be tween Orange and Forbes. London, May 11. The Turkish accounts state that Eussians attempted to cross the Danube at Beni, near the mouth of the Pruth ; but were defeated with great loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners. Wool: There was good com petition at the opening sales. Prices, however, ruled 10 per cent, lower. . , : The wheat mar&it is v'talmer. Adelaide, 70/- to 72/. , ?

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. How THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE WAS IN AUGURATED. — It is well known that country folks in New South Wales are rather .fond, of demonstrative inaugural celebrations ; and, of course such an important event as tho establishment of our 'Vigilance ^ Com mittee,. which may be regarded as a kind of cheap corporation, could not be allowed to occur without a ceremonial initiation. The fete (!) took place on Friday morning under tho auspices of his worship tho Mayor, tho Town Clerk, and the Inspector of Nuisances, at the Reservoir ; when an ancient colonial custom was revived, and the natal day of. our civic infant was honoured by the roasting of . a bullock ! . Wo. may state that nobody came , near for a slice of Mho roastod beef, a sniff of the odour wafted'bsdjhe fresh morning breeze, at a distance of h^uflnile from: tho carcase, being sufficient to satisfy the keenest ap petite. Th,e carcase had been polluting our water-supply for some days ; and its crema tion was certa...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR.— May. PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter .. . 5th, 9*23 p.m. New Moon.. .. 13th, 3:34 p.m. First Quarter .. .. 20th, 11*1 a.m. Full Moon . . .... 27th, 2*10 a.m. ' f ? ' ? , ? ? ? ! ? ' ' Sun Days. Memoranda. w S. 03 2 o CD c+* .02 , .03 1 T; ;! First Vienna- -Exhib., '73 6*36 5 *18 2 w: x V 6'36 5'17 3 Th.. N. Zealand Indv, '41 6*37 5*16 4 F.' \ . 6*38 o'lo 5 S. . First dis. council, Syd, '44 6*39 5*14 6 S. Rogation Sunday 6*39 5*13 ~T M. 6*40 5*12 8 T. 6;41 5-11 9 W. . Schiller died, '05 6*42 5*11 10 Th. Ascension Day 6*42 5*10 11 F. , 6-43 o- 9 12 S. 6-44; 5* 8 13 SI First after Ascension 6*45 5* 7 14 M. Mint est. in Sydney, '55 6*45 5* 7 15 T. 6-46 5' 6 16 W. Mrs. Hemans died, '35 6'47 5* 5 17 Th. * 6-48 5- 4 18 F.' Nap. I. cr. Emperor, '04 6*48 6' 4 19 S. 6*49 5' 3 20 S. ' Whit Sunday, Pente- 6-50 5- 3 - 21 M. ; '[cost 6-50 5- 2 22 T. 6-51 5- 1 23 W. 6-52 5- : 1 24 ,Th. Queen's Birthday 6*53 5* 0 25 F. Princess Helena b., '46 6;53 5' 0 26 S. . Calvin diedp 1564 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 15 May 1877

SAW fesai MILLS. IRONBUNG. ? i ? THE undersigAecWjeg ;o inform the in habitants Joi ^Qootamundra, and sur rounding distrirct^tUat they aro^ngw pre-^ pared to execme obiers vo any 'mifcmnt. N.B.— A TIMBJP-YARI) will, be kept at Barnes's Albion Hotel, where timber of all dimensions may be hkcl. (Cr* Orders left witW Messrs. Barnes or Mr. Tebay -will receive prompt attention. / T. TEBAY 7 G. WILLITS. Wallendbeen Agency. MR.. Irwin Smith, jun., is the authorised Agent for the Cootamundra TIerald for (Wallendbeen and surrounding district, whose receipt will be sufficient for moneys paid on our behalf. BROWN & PINKSTONE, Proprietors. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Impurity of the Blood . — Enfeebled Existence. THIS medicine embraces, every attribute required in a general and domestic re medy : it overturns the foundation of disease laid by defective food and impure air. ^ In obstructions or congestions of the I liver, lungs, bowels, oat * ajay^ otl\er orgaiiflf /these Pills are especiadb^ervic...

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