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GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. MELBOURNE, May 14, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

GOLDSBEOUGH'S MONTHLY EEPOET. Melbourne, May 14, 1877. Wool. — Transactions during the month have been few and unimportant, this being the dull season of the year, About 300 bales have been sold, consisting chiefly of small lots and remnants of ' clips, and the prices obtained are, about equal to tho rates current last month. The English advices are not of an encouraging character, and the anticipations of lower rates in the May series of sales in London have been confirmed by the telegrams which have been received. Our telegram dated London, May 8th, is to the effect that the sales have opened at a reduction of 10 per cent, oh February rates — the quotations being estimated at only about 5 per cent, over the very low prices of July and August last year. This reduction has caused much disappointment to shippers from here, but hopes are entertained that prices will improve as the sales progress. The war between Eussia and Turkey has of course had a disturbing effect, but the large qu...

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PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OE ? '-NEW SOUTH WALES. {Mr. Charles Robinson' a Pamphlet.) . No. IY. The geological survey of New South Wales lias only recently been commenced, and it is not possible therefore to estimate otherwise than approximately the extent and value of her mineral deposits. Coal was the first mine ral to attract attention. The approximate area , of the carboni ferous strata is estimates^at 24,840 square miles. The principal coal . beds exist along the coast to the north and south of Sydney. The. mines first opened are situated in the immediate vicinity 1 of New easle, and it is froiii there that the colony obtains its largest supply. The coal lies near the surface, and the greatest depth to which shaft's have yet been sunk is less than 500 feet. In many districts the coal crops oiit on the face of the hills, and ean be cheaply got by driving tunnels.. The cost of mining is from 3/- to 5/6 per ton. . The coal-shipping facilitates at Newcastle are by staiths and steam cr...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

SYDNEY PEODUOE MARKET. Mr. Gratiam Coulter's report for the week ending May 25th, 1877 : — In the feeding grains market, maize has experienced a reduction in price during tho past week of 5d. per bushel ; 3/- and ' 3/1 is now the highest market price, the latter be ing only obtainable for small lots of very prime samples.. Barley and oats have met with much less enquiry than formerly, es pecially Cape barley, of which there are large supplies coming to hand, for which there is but little demand. The breadstuffs market is still much agitated, flour has again advanced, and £21 has been given for super fine Adelaide, and from £19 to £20 for Sydney ground flour. Wheat is very firm, and the market is almost bare of Adelaide, tho only import supplies coming to hand are by rail and from New Zealand, for the former as high as 8/- has been paid, and for the latter 6/3 to 6/9 is the ruling price. Lucerne hay is still very firm, but no alter ation in price has taken place. Oaten is in good dem...

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VIA SAN FRANSISCO. WELLINGTON, Saturday, 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

, . ? ? ? VIA SAN FRANCISO. Wellington, Saturday, 19. The P. M. S. Company's City of New York arrived' at Auckland this morning. GENERAL NEWS.', The war news only dates to the cross ing of the Pruth by the Russians. Austria will- occupy Bosnia, if Sorvia is disturbed. 90,000 Austrians are prepared for mobilization. .v' , 10,000 Turks proceeded from Widdin to defend tho Danube, between Silistria ; and Ismail. The Turkish: troops are in good spirits, but suffer from dysentery. The Porte has made a demand on Servia to prevent the passage of* Russian troops. The Sultan sent a requisition to the Khedive for troops. A lire, which originated in the Greek quarter, Stamboul, destroyed 500 houses. Twelve hundred mounted Cossacks passed' near Bucharest on their- way to Kalafat. Mr. Layard, the English Minister at Constantinople, states that England only guaranteed the independence of the Ottoman Empire on condition of an exer cise of control by the Powers, and that the Porte, having contested ...

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AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

AT POLICE-OFFICE, NaW^NDERA. On Wednesday, ^Ofji June, ' Country Lots : Lots A to SS, portions 1 to 40 and 3 to 11, c. Cooper, p. Yenda and Moura, on and near both sides of Mirrool Creek, and extending from the eastern boundary of water-reserve No. 782 at intervals about six miles to near the western boundaries of portions 20, 26, 27, and 34, parish of Moura, and extending from the run boundary fence northerly at intervals about four miles. North Gogelderie run. Lots TT to AX, portions 1 to 26 and 8 to 11, c. Cooper, p. Waugh and Barralong, ex tending from the run ' boundary between North Gogelderie and Barellan runs easterly about six miles, and to about one and a half mile from the south-western corner of John Gordon's portion No. 3 of 160a. Barellan run. Upset price £1 per acre.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 13th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOJJNG, . On Wednesday, IZth June. Country Lots : 1 Lots A to ZZ, portions 7 to 62, parish of Yarran, lots AB to AM, portions 5 to 24, parish of ' Tubbul, various areas, county of Bland, on and near the right bank of Bland or Yeo Yeo Creek, and extending thence -6£ , miles easterly, and lying between northern boundary of reserve No. 1,061 and near ; 'both banks of Rushy and Paint-pot Creeks, and northern boundaries of water-reserve No. 812, and portions 40, 32, and 6, and drift- way. Crogan and Top Lagoon runs. ( Lot AN, portion 12, 40a, c. Bland, p. Du daumari, situated between the northern boundary of P. Clear's conditional purchase No. 13 of 40a and the southern boundary of portion 11 of 40a, and adjoining the eastern boundary of portion 2 of 100a. Stockinbin gal run. ' ' Lots AO and AP, portions 12 and 13, 100a each, AQ-14, 51a, AR and AS-1q, 16, 100a each, c. Bland, p. Gundibitudyal, on and near the left bank -of Pretty Cowier Creek, 'and adjoining and nea...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TORRES STRAITS. BRISBANE, Friday, 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA' TORRES STRAITS. [from the s. m. herald.] Brisbane, Friday, 18th. The E. and A. M. ' Company's steamship Somerset arrived at Townsville, to-day, anchoring at 1 a. m. She left Singapore on the 1st instant ; and was temporarily detained off Trinity Bay, through an accident to her machinery. GENERAL SUMMARY. The following are the heads of intel ligence contained in the Home Neivs to March 30 : — , Reports are circulated of an approach ing marriage between the Pope's godson, Don Alfonso, Xing of Spain, and the eldest Daughter of the Duke of Mont pensier. An English deputation -waited upon the Pope, presenting his Holiness an ad dress of thanks for the elevation of Mon signor Howard, to the Cardinalate. The pope, in reply, spoke in high terms of the English nation. The Pope's health is unsatisfactory. He has had an attack of syncope, and symptoms of paralysis in his extremities are manifesting themselves. The Turkish Government has ordered its commanding o...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PUSCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

LAPSED CONDITIONAL PUSCHASES. Notice is given that the undermentioned conditional and additional purchases of land under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861 have become lapsed through non-receipt of the necessary declarations or nonpay ment of interest as prescribed by the Act ; and that the lands will be offered for sale as early as. practicable by competition at public auction, if not in the meantime conditionally purchased afresh, which they are liable to be, unless improved within the meaning of the said Act : — Btjrrowa District. J . Durick, 40a 3r, c. Harden, p. Nurung T. Dwyer, 115a 2r, c. Harden, %p. Bebbara J. Keys, two lots, 50a each, c. Sfonteagle, p. Bebbara W. Ticehurst, 40a, c. King, p. Ru&by M. M'Namara, sen., 40a, c. Monteagle, p. V Rugby ' J. Dwyer, 240a, c. King, p. Gunning Narrandera District. E. H. Morgan, two lots, 40a and 280a, c. Cooper L. A. Morgan, two lots, 40a and 280a, c. Cooper C. J. Morgan, 320a, c. Cooper, p. Berrembed Gundagai District. W. ...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

JOTTINGS EROM GOTJLBURN. By Cousin Will. Thursday, 17th. The weather has been of rather variable disposition since last Thursday. On Eriday evening rain commenced again, and showers fell frequently till Monday night, when 1.33 inch had .fallen. Tuesday and yesterday were fine and mild ; and last night the air was frosty-like. To-day was a little chilly, though fine. A change, however, came over during the evening, when we were visited with a few drops of rain; and while I am writing a light shower is falling, with a pro mise of more by and bye. , ' I must again refer to the question of the new post and telegraph offices. At tho con clusion of my last letter I left you to under stand that a meeting of the council had been held on the 10th instant to consider the advisability of exchanging the land granted by, the1 Government as the site , of a town hall for the land and building now used as a telegraph station, the object being to erect a new post and telegraph office on the site re ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

COEEESPONDENCE. (to 'the editor.) Sir, — In reply* to the letter signed Erank Moore which appeared in your issue of last week, I desire to say that, if Me. Mo, ore. thinks by the publication of hisletter to explain away his conduct at the public meeting held at the Albion Hotel on the evening of Thurs day, the 10th ; instant, when a Vigilance Committee Was appointed for Cootamundra, he is very much, mistaken. . . Were it not that I consider' it is for the good' of the people, of Cootamundra that such misrepresentations and misstatements as Mr. Moore has been guilty of penning should be shown up, I would not have troubled myself by replying to his charmingly childish, yet aibeit venomous production ; but, Mr. Editor, in justice to myself and family,- as also to all those who were present at the meeting, I must ask that you will kindly allow a small space in your paper, that I may have the opportunity, in a public way, of refuting Mr. Moore's statements, which you 'will easily see I d...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Queen's Birthday. — 'Hie fifty-eighth birth day of Her Majesty Queen Victoria was duly honoured here in the shape of holidaymak ing and sports. Besides the proceedings at the school here, there were races at Cucumbla, a report of which is to be found elsewhere ; and at Bethungra there was a Kangaroo Hunt: but we hear that the latter was a partial failure, which, considering the state of the ground and the prevailing wet weather, was hardly to be wondered at. It was an exceedingly cold wintry day here. Charitable Allowances. — In an estimat e submitted to the Assembly on Wednesday under this head the following items appear : — Gundagai Benevolent Society, £100 ; Ade long Hospital, £75 ; Forbes Hospital, £300 ; Grenfell Hospital, £200 ; Gundagai Hospital, £100; Wagga Wagga Hospital, £600; Young Hospital, £300; and in aid of the building fund of the hospital at Young, £400. . The condition is that like amounts are to be locally raised. Department of . Mines. — We ha...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 6th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

THE LAND. ?' / LAND; SALES. ' AT. THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. ' ' ,0n Wednesday, 6th June. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 106, 40a, c. King, p. Bala, lying about three-quarters of a mile south easterly from E. Slattery's conditional pur ' , chase of 313a 3r, and on road to Gunnary. Exclusive of a road one chain wide. Lot B, portion 143, 47a 2r, c. King, p. ? Bala, lying between southern boundary of „ L. Castle's 32 |a and northern boundary of T. Wilding's conditional purchase No. 142 of 40a, and adjoining part of eastern boundary of his conditional purchase No, 141 of 320a. -Lot 0, portion 144, 75a, c. King, p. Bala, near left bank of Harry Dart's creek; and adjoining southern boundary of L. Castle's 43a and western boundary of H. Castle's 42£ acres. Exclusive of a road one chain wide. Lot D, portion 106, 95a 2r, c. Harden, p. Goorama, on roads from Kal&ngan to Bur rowa and Galong to Burrowa, and between ? south-western bounday of P. Corcoran's portion 56 of 40a and north-eas...

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RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

' RESERVES. The land hereunder specified is to be ex cluded from conditional sale : — Lachlan District. For water-supply : County of Harden, parish of Demondrille, about 9 acres, commencing at the south-east corner of W. Clark's portion. County of Bland, parish of Moonbucca, to include the chain of water-holes on the west and the swamns on the east of Milbedrine Plain, about 1,280 acres, forming part of Grogan Creek run. Pending report. For a quarry : County of Harden, parsh of Wombat, 41 acres, commencing on the west boundary of J. Gordon's portion. The following reserve is to be revoked from the 16th June next : — Lachlan District. That part of reserve o94, containing about 35 acres, included in portion 93, county of Clarendon, parish of Wantabadgery.

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MR. LEARY ON ELECTORAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

MR. LEARY ON ELECTORAL REFORM. On Mr. R. B. Smith's motion that the Gov ernment. should introduce an Electal Bill forthwith, Mr. Learjj^s reported to have moved that the debate btf adjourned for a month. If he thought |the Government were merely delaying the matter of electoral reform for the purpose of diverting the attention of the House, or that they were not sincere in their intention to introduce it, he certainly would take any means to pass the bill, no matter what took place. In moving the adjournment for a month his object was to see whether the estimates were passed. If it were then found that -they were likely to be in session two months longer, it might be a reasonable thing for the Government to introduce a bill this * session, lefet it should not come on in time to be passed before the close of the present Parliament; but if at -the end of a month the estimates were passed, or nearly passed, . and they could then prorogue and afterwards have a period of five months to p...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS.—LIST No. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

UNCLAIMED LETTEES.— List No-. 8. , Parties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post-office are requested to give the correct number of the letter, with the date and nuriiber of the .list in which they have observed their names, as such reference will materially 'facilitate . delivery. Parties , in the country making written applications, in addition ' to the former particulars, are requested to-state whore they expect their letters from, : and any other information , tending to prevent an unnecessary transmis sion of letters. ship letters. 8 Allen Wm., Cootamundra 16 Anderson Christen, Wombat 18 Andrews John, North Junee (2) 34 Billingingsley Mrs. J ohn, Cootamun dra ' . 48 Bonsford Thos., with, sheep, Gun dagai 62 Bright Edward, Bethungra . 23. Foley Patrick, Gundagai - 24 Foley. Malichi, Gerelderie 53 M'Maner P., Gundagai i- Tait William, Junee ' ' ' inland letters. 1 Abbott Frederick jun., Junee 11 Adams Miss Mary J., Gundagai 12 Adams Miss A., Gundagai 79 Andrews John,...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. / .... [3?R0M THE DAILY PAPERS.] London, May 17. . The head-quarters of the . Eussian . army haye teen transferred to Ployesti. The accounts respecting the repulse of the Eussian troops at Batouni haye been sub stantially confirmed. Eussian despatches state that Turkish ironclads bombarded Sukum Kaleh, a port P and town on the east coast of the Black Sea ; and that a desperate battle was fought on „ . land, and many were killed and wounded. The French Ministry has resigned. May 19. . , The reports respecting the Eussian troops haying crossed the Danube and entered the '; Dobrudscha territory have not yet been con : filmed. ' ' ? Turkish despatches state that the Circas sians have revolted, itand that the Turks have captured Sukum Kaleh. May 19. The Eussian fleet has left America under sealed orders. ' There has been an important debate at the ' meeting of the Colonial Institute this week, on Captain Colomb's paper on ' Colonial . arid Imperial responsib...

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MESSES. W. S. QUAIL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

MESSES. W. S. QUAIL AND CO.'S EEPOET. . Fat sheep: No improvement had been apparent, and sales of this class are difficult to effect, unless for really first class' lots, others ranging at little above store prices. Store sheep : -There is but little change to report. We have disposed of a small lot on account of Mr. P. Heffernan, to Mr. P. J. O'Donnell, at a satisfactory figure. There are buyers to be had for young sheep of either sex, in large numbers at fair prices.. -* Fat cattle : \V e could readily dispose qt a small lot at a fair figure. We hold that prices will begin to harden after these heavy downfalls of rain. Horses : Eeally good heavy draught horses are in demand. Saddle hacks are seldom enquired^for. . - .Freeholds :? Well situated allotments in town are in request. We have recently sold two near the railway station at a high figure. Stations : There are occasional enquries. Goulburn Herald , Friday. The weather since our last has been very unsettled, and a good deal o...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. We have this week to record the fall of a very soaking rain. Commencing on Tues day night it continued until Wednesday night, when a lull took place, and' the following few days were fine but cold. Sun day again brought rain, and towards evening some steady showers fell. The ground is now so thoroughly saturated that the water readily runs off, and the beds of many creeks, that have been dry all summer, are now converted into a chain of ponds, so that we may shortly expect to see them set fairly running. Cropping operations are .being vigorously carried on, for which the weather is anything but unfavourable. The appear ance of the neighbouring district is more like spring than winter, and should frosts hold off we may - yet have a fail* supply of; winter feed. \ tf; »

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TIMBER AND OTHER LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 29 May 1877

TIMBER AND OTHER LICENSES. The persons hereafter named have been licensed to cut timber &c., on crown lands in the district named, issued during the quarter ending 21st December, 1876, and published for general information : — Cootamundra. A. Murphy, Hardwood W.Mitchell, " J. M'Carthy, ,, G. Selby, ,, A. Young, „ W. Falconer, ,, J. Manning, ,, T. Manning, ,, W. Manning, ,, R. Caunt, ,, R. H. Caunt, ,» R. Clarke, General G. Ellis, ,, J. Frost, Hardwood C. Ball, General ? T. Johnson, Hardwood J. Sheather, ,, F. Dillon, ,, J. Hately, „ L. Irvin, ,, J. Sibraa, General ' W. Harpley, „ G* Pigram, Hardwood G. Campbell, .,,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

Agents and correspondents wanted 'for this journal. v ^

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