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THE WIDOW'S MITE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

THE WIDOW'S MIEE. f.v- (to THE EDITOR'?)' ** 1 Sir, — About five weeks eiii&e'i was called upon by two ?' philanthropic individuals.' living not; a hundred miles ifroin Bethungra, to contribute towards ^.a?; subscription being 'raised for a poor womair,-wh6 two. 'or three days previous had lost-3fer husband and was' left with a large yoUngrtfamily nearly desti tuted ? As I knew the circumstances of the case, and was satisfied of it& honafideness, I con tributed. my mite ; ana at tne time curiosity tempted me to runvJtuy eye over the list, when I saw thei'e -wag a sum Of about fifteen pounds collected. A:- week or two later I was credibly informed that over twenty six pounds had been gathered. \ Imagine my surprise when on making enquiries, a day or two since, I was told, and I can 'vouch for its authenticity, that the widow had received only six pounds ten shillings. Now, sir, in the cause of common justice ;and humanity, I, on behalf of myself and all others who con...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir, — You may remember that upon hand ing you my last note for publication, I stated it was not my intention of entering into a paper war with a man like Mr. John Barnes, nor would I now notice his most gentlemanly sarcastic pickings from my letter were I certain they appeared from' his own pen. But a man who signs the expression of another person's sentiments cannot be regarded as other than a coivard , who has not the courage to defend himself when legitimately attacked. I defy Mr. Barnes to publicly declare his letter was written by him self exclusively and without the assistance of his sympathising friends. Mr. Barnes may feel inclined to offer the same refutation to this charge as he did to my other touching the proverbial 'bullock.' As every person in town knows that my statement relative to the latter was perfectly correct, no con fidence can be placed in anything Mr. Barnes may hereafter say., On this account I am doubly determined to take n...

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MURRUMBURRAH. Friday, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

MURRUMBURRAH. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Friday, June 1. SiNOE the rain that fell in this district a few; days sinoe the weather has been remarkably fine, for, the season, being the eve of winter. i The consequence is that young crass is seen above the ground; in fact, the country around is totally changed from that preval ent during the long severe drought that has been so injurious to the interests of those engaged in pastoral or agricultural pursuits. At Murrumburrah there has been started a Free . Selectors' Association. Meetings have been held, but at present nothing de finite as to future action has been decided upon. In fact, the wholesale alterations in regard to conditional purchases as proposed are not quite unanimous in character ; and it seems.that more grievances than one are set forth, which really require mature and not hasty consideration as to the mode of pleasing all parties concerned. Postal affairs have for some time engaged the attention of residents of this dist...

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DISTRICT NEWS. LAND MEETING, MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. LAND MEETING, MURRUMBURRAH. (from a correspondent. ) A large and influential meeting of free selectors and others interested was held at King's Criterion Hotel, Murrumburrah, on Thursday, the 24th instant, to take into con sideration the present unsatisfactory state of the land laws. Mr. R. H. Roberts was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meeting. Proposed by Mr. R. W. Chamberlain, seconded by Mr. J. Robertson, 'That in the opinion of this meeting the improve ment clause of the Land Act is oppressive to the bona-fide selector by exhausting his means, at a time when he is most in need of capital, and should therefore be reduced to the maximum of ten shillings per acre.' . Proposed by Mr. J. J. Graham as an amendment, and seconded by Captain Davies, ' That the improvement clause be abolished, and that a fencing clause be substituted.' „ The amendment was carried. Proposed by Mr. T. Barnes, seconded, by Mr. J. Boxsell, ' That in the opinion of this meet...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR.— June. PHASES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter . . . . 4th, 3*16 p.m. New Moon .... 12th, 12*37 a.m.. First Quarter .. . . 18th, 4*20 p.m. Full Moon . ? 26th, 2?57 a.m.. \ ; . Sun ' Days. Memoranda; ~~7 . . 3. 00 2 o CD. ct» . ' 1 ? ' 09 . Cft 1 F.- Floods at Cooma, '73 6*58 4*57 2 S. 6*58 4*57 3 S. First apter Trinity 6-59 4-57 4 M.; 6*59 4*57 5 T. , First Bishop Sydney, '36 7' 0 4*56 ? 6 W. 7* 0 4 -d4 7 Th. 7-1 4*56 8 F. 7* 1 4-56 9 S. Cold dis. at Turon, '51 7'- 2 4-56 10 S. Second ajfter Trinity 7: 2 4-56 11 M. Sir J. Franklin died, '47 7- 3 4-56 12 T. 7- 3 4-56 13 W. 7' 4 4;o6 14 Th. 7* 4 4'56 15 F. 7-4 4-56 16 S. 7* 5 4-56 17 S; Third apter Trinity 7' 5 4*56 18, M. Battle of Waterloo, '15 7' 5 4*56 19 T. William IV. died; '37 7' 6 4-56 20 W. Accession Q. Victoria, '37 7* 6 4-57 21 Th. 7' 6 4 '57 22 F; 7' '6 4-57 23 S. 7- 6 4-57 24 S. Fourth apter Trinity 7* 7 4-57 25 M. 7-7 4-58 26 T. George IV. died. '30 7' 7 4'58 27: W. 7-7 4*58 28 Th. Cor. of Queen Victoria, 38 7...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Minutes of meeting held on Tuesday evening, 29th instant. Mr. Jones in the chair. The minutes of preceding meeting were road and confirmed. The correspondence was as follows: — 1. Letter from Mr. Leary, M.P., enclosing one from tho Works Office, stating that tenders had been invited for tho erection of a now court-house ; 2. Another letter from Mr. D. O'Keefe, in reference to the Bland road, in which he named about fifty settlers who were anxious to trade with Cootamundra, which he, was of opinion was destined to be come one of the most flourishing townships in the colony. The Secretary reported that the subcom mittee had forwarded a petition to the Bland and Levels districts, a draft of which he read to tile committee. The sub-committee appointed for the pur pose had ascertained and rejfferted that the crossings on the railway line were arranged to be at M'Gowan's land, at the cemetery, and at the Gundagai road, the latter to be the only one within the township...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

, - biAth:. !?/£ On the 23rd May, ay her residency Coota mundra. Store, tile wife of Mr.; John F. ? Barnes of a daughter. ,J.O MARRIAGE. £// BY«pecial.license, on ihe 27th instant^ atSt. , Mary's Church, Ylpung, by the Rev. H. . . M. Finnegan, ! ? William Augustus ? . Byrne,, of Cootamundra, eldest son of the late Joseph Ifrrne, of Sydney, to Rose Mary StewLrt, eldest daughter of th-B late C. S.l Quail, of ^lelrose House, Young. A ?; , dea: h. June 1st, at the Vicar ,ge, Murruffl^burrah, ' Anne Martha, th ^beloved wife of the ;Rev. W, Cocks. COOTA^^MERALD. TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1877.

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

!AM SAW . MILLS, IRONBUN Gr. fjpHE undersjgnM beg to inform the in JL habitan^n6yt3^oty,mimdra, and sur rounding dis/iMBj^nat they are now pre pared to execute orders tri any amount. N.B.— A TIMBER-YARD will, bo kept at Barnes's Albion Hotel, where timber of all dimensions may be had. CCf* Orders left with Messrs. Barnes or Mr. Tebay will receive x?rompt attention. T. TEBAY G. WILLITS. Wallendbeen Agency. ']\/|'R. IrwjirSmith, jun., is the authorised It I Agenmor tne Cootamun dra Herald for WaHendbeen and^f^d.uhding district, whose receipt willjbe sa^cienftfor moneys paid on our behalf. ' ^ BROWN & PINKSTONE, Proprietors. H0LL0WiJ'8 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 oy congestions of the liver, lungs, bowels^ o^ftSf other organs, these Pills are espircialj^awviceable and eminently ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

The Yass Courier has very properly drawn attention to the glaring anomalies inraUway fares, pointing out that while people travel between Sydney and Par ramatta at less than twopence per mile; those travelling between Yass and Mur ium burr all pay a trme more than three pence: and the Echo, of Sydney, has. ? made an effort to explain away the alleged anomaly. The opinions and ® reasoning of our metropolitan contempor ary are about the best and most outspoken that we meet with in the whole range of colonial literature ; but in this particular matter their logic is certainly weak. We claim that, at the very least, the charges per mile should be uniform throughout the whole colony, without at all taking into consideration the difference in- the amount of traffic between localities near to and remote from the metropolis : and the same arguments which may be adduced in favour of this equality as to fares, apply also to tonnage rates. The Echo says: 'Now while we do not profess - tci he a...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. ? DOWN TRAINS LEAVE ? Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 10 a.m. and 5*25 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10'34 a.m. : and 5*58 p.m. ; fares, 2/- and 1/4 Fairfield, 18 miles, 10*48 and 6* 11 ; 2/9 and '^iA^fpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and 6 '26 ; 3/8 and 2j5 , ^ ? Campbelltown, 34- miles, 1 1 *40 and 7*0; 6/9 and 4/5 . . Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and 5/6' ?' ?: ^ ?' ^ I ? Picton, 53 miles, 12*40 and 7*58 p.m. ; 12/ — - and 7/6 ? ? Mittagongr7-7. miles, 2 * 10 and 9*25 ; 19/6 and ;? 13/6 ,:r,- Bowral, 80 miles, 2*18 and 9*33; 20/6 and 14/6 . Moss Yale, 86 my.es, 2*35 . and 9/50; 22/3 a and 15/9 Martilan, 114 miles, 3*45 and 10*56 ; 31/ and 22/9; Goulbuiii, 134 miles, 4*40 andil*5o ; 37/3 ????.' and 27/9 , ; , Bredalbane, 149 miles, 5*35 and 0*30 a m. ; . 41/3 -arid 30/6 ' Gunning, 165 miles, ' 6*43 and' 1*14 ; 45/3 and si?/. Yass,. 187 miles, 8*12 and 2*13 ; 50/9 and -4.36/9' Vv'..;- Bowning, 194 miles, ; 8*55 and 2*36 52/6 and 38/ ' ? .. Binalong, 208 ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Death op Mrs. Cocks.— Our readers gene rally, apart from distinctions of crede, we feel sure, will cherish sentiments of the very warmest sympathy for the Rov. W. Cocks, incumbent of Murrumburrah and Cootamun dra, in the sad bereavement ho has just suffered in the death of his beloved wife, which, we are informed, took place at the vicarage, Murrumburrah, on Friday last. Her death has occurred at a time and under circumstances which make the loss doubly distressing ; she had just before reached her new home in Murrumburrah, after a long and tedious journey from' Wentworth, which incumbency Mr. Cocks vacated about six months ago. The cause of death, we believe, was internal tumour, which had developed into the fatal disease of dropsy. Deceased leaves* four children, the youngest about eight months old. Although Mr. CocksV friends in Cootamundra were aware of her serious illness, the news of her death has given a shock to all who have hoard it, and has been receive...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

.POSTAL. TIME-TABLE. : ; ? Sydney Mail. .- The Sydney' mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Arrives at Murrumburrah at 4.30 a.m. Leaves Murrumburrah. at 4.40 aim. Leaves Wallendh.een at 7 a.'rn; Arrives at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.m. Leaves Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. Cungegong at 10 a.m. ? Bethungra at 11;45' a.m. ? ; — Junee at 3.15 p.m. — — — Wallaceton.at 5 p.m. Arriving at Wagga at 7 p.m. Wagga Mail. The Wagga mail, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, . . Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. # * — : — - Wauaceton at 8 a.m. ? ? Junee tit 10 a.m. , — — Bethungra at lt).30 a.m. — - — Cungegong at 1 p.m. Arrives at Cootamundraat. 3 p.m. ? Leaves Cootamundi^vat\. 30p.m. — — Wallendbe^M^ pyni. Arrives at MurrumbuS^p a^ 8.30 p.m. Leaves.Miirrumburrah at 8.40 p.m. Muttama Mail. . Leaves on Monday and Friday at 4 a.m. Arrives on Monday and Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Temoka Mail. Leaves Cootamundra on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Arrives at Temora on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Leaves Temora on. Thursday at 6 a.m. Arrives at Coota...

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RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

RESERVES, The land hereundor specified is to bo ex cluded from conditional salo : — Laciilan District. For Crossing and Camping : County of Montoaglo, parish of, Thuddun gara, on Cudgell creek, about 33 acres. Tho crown lands commencing on Cudgol creek, at tho south-east corner of TP. HnW' £1 . TXAwiiA'.s ,15 of 320 acres, parish of Thuddungara, forming part of head of Bribera run. For a, Public Watering Place : : County of Harden; parish bf Douglas, 18 acres 2 roods, to includo portion 217 of said parish, H

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

'on . IK ©'SULLIVAN, BOOTMAKER, Parker-street, Cootamundra , BEGS to inform the inhabitants that he has commenced h^sk^e ; and hopes, by keeping the best^mate^l that can be obtained, and by /ood y^orkmanship, to merit a fair share oipsupn^'t. CCff Good fit guaranteed. All repairs executed cheaply, neatly, and on the shortest notice. CURE FOR BLIGHT. Rose's World Renowned EYE LOTION. AN effectual cure fpr the-»light, Sore Eyes, Inflamet^E^id^f In Botti^sO/G A few droits to be droned into the Eye five or six times a day. f Prepared solely by the Proprietor, FAMILY & DISPENSING CHEMIST, Pitzrnaurice-street, Wagga Wagga. I* Agent for Cootamundra : — J. & E. Barnes, Storekeepers. ' Is there no hope ?' the sick man said ; Tho silent doctor shook his head..' ' While there is fife there's: hope,' he cried. ' JEgroto dum animas est,spes est' DR. L. L. SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults On all affections of tlie Nervous system (no matter from ...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND; Sunday, June 10. Mumimburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30, p.m. Cootamundra, 11 a.m.; 7*30 p.m.— Rev. W. Cocks. Wallendbeen at 3*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks

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

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. THE above/ BjmSBt has OPENED A BRANQEI /fjx^ootamundra for tlie transaction o/ ill usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is' under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. # Oootamundra, ( 30th January, 187*7. DR. T. G. I VI MY , L.A.O.L., M,S?0^p'and L.M.B.S., (A legally Qu^ufiec^Iedical Practitioner,) MAY be consul/ed DAILY at the Star Hotel, Oootamundra. , x( ? viltfwXC ey\« in!? Sign-writer, Ilyu^ft-painter, and Deroracor, Paperhan/er mnd Glaizier, OOOTAMUNDRA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. {£jp Charges Moderate. SOtt wsv . BTJTOIIBHI1T Or ESTAKH^CENT, ¥aL1EM)OWN-STREE.T;. THE undersignecj/iaving established the above business, is prepared, to supply PRIME BEEP r^,vr-*;~ MUTTON &c., &c., all of the best quality. 'WILLIAM FORBES. Saddlery Establishment, E. 0.2pBS, Saddler aim ito'iiessmaker. Manufacturer of dents^Light and Fancy Saddles and first-class Stock an...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

i PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, June 10. | Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Rev. J. Spalding {Cf* The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, June 10. Jindalee, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto , Wallendbeen, 7*30 p.m. — Ditto.

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ANCIENT PROPHECIES AND THE PRESENT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

ANCIENT PROPHECIES AND THE PRESENT WAR. In an article bearing upon the present hosti lities between Russia and Turkey, the Ips wich Observer remarks : — It is somewhat singular that those who have prophesied since the Christian era and foretold extraordinary events in the history of mankind have been old 'women! Why tho gift of the seer has been denied to old men or young women, we are totally unable to comnrehend, but it is really of no great consequence. The fact remains that old women have been chosen vessels to whom The sunset of life gave a magical lore, And coming events cast their shadows be before ; and they seem to have inherited the curse of Cassandra the soothsaying daughter of Priam that they should prophesy and not be be lieved. Chief among the aged matrons who peered into the mysteries of futurity was the ancient dame who foretold the Prench revo lution just one hundred years before that interesting occurrence took place. Then there was the venerable old lady, irrever ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending May 31, 1877 : — ?' Since my report last week the business in the produce market has been veiy quiet ; the arrivals have been, with the exception of feeding grains, very small. In consequence of tho large supplies of maize now coming to hand the price has experienced a further re duction, and in tho latter part', of last week there has been some difficulty in obtaining 2/10. However, the market has somewhat revived since, and as high as 3/- . for small lots of prime quality is obtainable. Barley and oats meet without little enquiry, but prime English barley is saleable at from 3/ to 3/3. The Breadstuffs market is very dull, owing to Adelaide advices, a reduction in price having taken place there. Buyers sejRji disinclined to purchase, except at re drn&'d prices.. The quantity of Adelaide Wneat now in this market is very small, con sequently tMfere have beeu very few sales. A large shipment to London of Ne...

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