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INDIA AND THE EAST. CEYLON, May 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

INDIA AND THE EAST. ' I Ceylon. May oth. Sir William H. Gregory was suddenly at tacked with dysentry ten days*ago, and had a narrow escape of succumbing. He is still very weak, but danger is past. He is unable to attend to business. After a fare well public dinner, he leaves for England on the 10th. A statue of himself is to be erected opposito tho new Colombo Museum. # £1500 has already been subscribed. Mr. Birch acts as Governor until Sir James Longden ar rives in September. Lord Carnarvon is to consult Sir William Gregory about abolishing religious grants. The Prench transport steamer Sarthe had a narrow escape off Galle. She grazed Gin durah Rocks. The coffee crops are expected to bo very short next season. The Colombo Harbour works are to bo extended so as _ to make a close harbour with two extensive arms. The engineer lias determined to give atrial to the jarrah timber of West Austra lia. .i' The Bishops in Ijidia and Ceylon have agreed to resolutions supporting Drv Copies ton...

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PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. No. V. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Mr. Charles Robinson* s Pamphlet.) ? m. y. The weight of gold obtained in New. South Wales to the end of 1874 was 8,205,232 ounces, of the value of £30,536,246. Except in few localities, quartz veins have not been worked to a great depth, and the auriferous resources of the colony have scarcely been touched. Alluvial lands have in some in stances been worked to a depth of two hundred feet, and there are the strongest indications of deep leads in various parts where no attempt has been made to work them. Gold-mining, as hitherto carried on, has been principally confined to the working of river beds and shallow alluvial claims. Extensive areas of country are known to be auriferous, and there is still ample scope for the re munerative employment oi a large population in both alluvial and quartz mining. The poor success which has often attended the working quartz veins is largely attributable to ill-judged specula tion, inexperience, and the a...

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MR. HOSKINS, MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

MR. HOSKINS, MINISTER FOR 'WORKS. (From the Echo.) Since Mr. Hoskins has assumed the honor- J able position of Minister for Works, there have been discovered existing in the man- ' agement of the Railway Department some inconsistencies which have been going on for a score of years, and wasting .money from j the public exchequer. It is left to the pre- I sent Minister to rectify anomalies which should never have been tolerated for a single day. Although, perhaps, Ministers have met with occasional reminders from tlie Press for neglect, few will deny that the Press as a rule gives credit where it is merited. We are glad to recognise the energy which Mr. Hoskins has exhibited, since his acceptance of a portfolio ; and if the same enthusiasm pervades the whole Government, a little more life and spirit may be thrown into the administration of public business. Mr. Hoskins is making arrangements to save the unnecessary cost of hauling long and heavily-laden goods trains from. Parramatta to...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE ? ENGLISH:; MAIL VIA SUEZ. [FROM THE S. M. HERALD.] GENERAL SUMMARY. - Loistdoi*, April 18. ? » - . — Her Maj esty. the ? Queen is in good * ' health. . She . left Windsor : for Osborne | on the 28th March., and tlie Court will remain in the Isle of 'Wiglit until the 1 early part of May, when the Queen will I proceed to Balmoral. , . I v Parliament re-assembled after the 1 _ Easter recess on the s5th April. On the | ? ,10th Mr. P A. Taylor's ' motion for tlie I abolition of flogging in the navy' was fL rejected by. 164 to 122. , j fa ' On Wednesday evening. Mr. Waddy ffi moved the second reading of a bill for . ^.the -registration of newspapers - which M. gave rise to a warm'passageofarmsbe 1 |I/ . Ween Dr. Kenealy and Mr. Sullivan., Mr. - ; . II ' Corry moved on amendment, which' was fl . carried, that no Legislation for the com llV pulsory registration1 of newspapers can || be considered satisfactory which does not ||? provide for the repeal of the exceptional ? IJ ...

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POETRY. THE FIRE OF DRIFT-WOOD. LONGFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

, POETRY. v THE -PIPE OP DRIFT-WOOD. , ; ? LOXGPELLOWi . . We sat ^thiri tlie, farm house old,: 'Whose windows, looking o'er .the bay, 'Gay© to tho sea-breeze, damp and cold, Ail easy entrance mght' and day. Not far, away we- saw the port— ' . the strange, bid-fashioned, silent town — The light-house,— the dismantled fort,— The wooden houses, quaint and brown. Wei sat and talked until thb night, ? Descending,, filled the little room ; Our faces faded from the. sight, Our voices only broke the gloom. We spake of many a vanished scene, Of what we once had thought and said, Of what had been; and might have been, An'd'who was changed, and who was dead; And all that fills the hearts of friends, When first they feel with secret pain, Their lives henceforth have-se|-erate ends, And never can be one agaSih ; - The first slight swerving of the heart, That words are powerless to express, And leave it still unsaid in part,' Or say it in too great excess. The very tones in which we spake Had so...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 13th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

AT .THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday , l'3ih June. Country Lots : 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 Yco- 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 dauman, 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-lo, 16, 100a each, c. Bland, p. Gundibindyal, on and near the left bank of Pretty Corner Creek, and adjoining and near the western and...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 6th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On 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 ol: eastern boundary of .his conditional purchuso No, 141 of 320a. Lot 0, portion 144, 75a, e. King, p. Bala, near left bank of Harry Dart's creek, and adjoining southern boundary of L. Castle's 43a and western boundary of II. Castle's 42£ acres. Exclusive of a road ono chain wide. Lot D, portion 106, 95a 2r, c. Harden, p. Goorama, on roads from Kalangan to Bur rowa and Galong to Burrowa, and between south-western bounday of P. Corcoran's portion 56 of 40a and north-eastem bound ary of E. Ryan's' ...

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

CABLEGRAMS. Epsom Meeting.— Oaks : Placida, Bel poebe, and Muscatel. The Circassians in the Russian service have been recalled from the Danube, owing to disaffection. The re-capture of Ardahan by the Turks has been j officially confirmed. I v ,

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INSPECTION OF CONDITIONALLY PURCHASED LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

INSPECTION OF CONDITIONALLY PURCHASED LAND. In an article on a statement made in Par liament a few days ago respecting the number of selections that had been referred to In spectors of Conditional Purchases for investigation, the Albury Banner observes ' It seems tolerably clear that the Lands Department officials are bent upon subject ing to the process of inspection all selections indiscriminately. Ilad _ the system of in spection boon confined strictly to conditional purchases made since the passing or the Act of 1875 there could hardly have been so large a number of cases awaiting attention ; but, apart from this, wo know as a matter of fact that in this district alone several selectors who took up their land before the present law was passed, have been favoured with official visits from the inspector, and have otherwise becomo aware that they stand on precisely tho same footing' as persons who selected since the date of the Lands Act Amendment Act becoming law. As an instance s...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 5.47 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From, our Telegraphic Correspondent . J Monday, 5*47 p.m. Mr. W. A. Duncan, the Collector of Customs, has gone to Fiji. v The Second deposit of the stakes in the sculling match for the championship of the world, Trickett v. Rush, was paid on Saturday. Arrangements have been made for cheap trains from the country prior to the race. Direct mail communication between this colony and Fiji commenced to-day by departure of the A. S. N. Co's steam ship Ly-ee-Moon. A slight fall has occurred in the price of cattle, owing to heavy arrivals from the Homebush yards. Sheep : The supply is small ; last week's quotations firm. Maize, in demand, prices advancing. Supplies from Melbourne are exhausted.

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AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20 th 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 Gogelderio run. Lots TT to AX, portions 1 to 26 and 8 to 11, c. Cooper, p, Waugli and Barralong, ex tending from tho run boundary between North Gogelderio 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. On Wednesday , June.^ Country Lots : Lots A to F, portions 55 to 61, various areas, c. Mitchell, p. Yarabee, adjacent to the northern boundaries of portions No. 40 to 45, . and extending from the western b...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS J\.V, BY CABLE. ??[KROM the daily papers.] London, May 24. ? There have 'been disastrous floods iii Rou : maniaj which carried away bridges, railways, 5 and other worker , f Turkish ironclads are bombarding 'towns in the . Caucasus. ? j The Emperor Alexander proceeds to Plo yesti, and the head-quarters of the Russian army, about thirty miles north of Buchaiest. 'On his 'arrival at head-quarters, .it is ex pected that active operations on the Uanube will commence. 'Warlike preparations are going forward in Sewia, nbtwithstanding the dissuasions .'.^RusljaV,' The intervention of Austria will - probably 'be provoked should Servia move. , V- ^ 'V: . May 26. ^^rince Bismark, after his short leave of . ; absence, has returned to Berlin, and has had a conference with the Emperor. The German official journals have assumed . a i friendly tone towards the new French ? Ministry. \ . : ; ' The diplomatic relations between Germany ? and Italy are very intimate. . The Softas h...

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

Cootamundra/ Jockey Club* TRIAL ST^fellS ofj 15 sovereigns from the Chp, /with Jaominations and ac ceptances adaed( for all two-year-olds, to be run in February, 18781 Colts, est; - fiUils, 7st 101b. W.\A. BYRNE, j Secretary. Notice. (&) To the Inhabitants of Cootamundra and surrounding Districts. The/ undersigned' Zn coo^mundk^ Where every descri/fc&H d^oot will be made. Select stock of English and Colonial Ladies' and Gents' BOOTS always on hand. Children's boots made to order. HENRY CURRY. Mr PARTNERSHIP MRS. RYAM Cootam^a^eg^b' ' intimat^co her numerous friends that she h £* yentered into partnership with MISS/MWRAITH (late of Hop kins and Gaie'^jf oung) in the business as / Dressmakers & Costumers. {£?* No pains will be spared to give every satisfaction to customers. , Public Thapkft. ^ THE uncfesfjiigned befc'w^^fcJms£l&s sincere tmhjks to me ladieg^ndfem tlemen who so km-Uy assiste^rto support him during his stayNm. Cootamundra, and also to tho...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. During the week we have been visited by j several frosts, but more particularly by heavy fogs, which keep the atmosphere damp until a late hour of the day. A marked climatic change has taken place, and a keen air, more characteristic of winter than here.- j tofore has been experienced. A fall of snow has taken plac^n^ many of the neighbouring districts, and as close to us as Jindalee and Cungegong.. Although there are no important transac tions in stock or produce taking place there is a fai* business doing at the stores, and considering the usual dulness of the present season there is no cause to complain. Butter in the local market is very scarce, none being obtainable under 2/6 per lb; We would *draw the attention of con-' tractors to advertisements in our ; present issue calling for tenders for the erection of Police Barracks here and Public ' School buildings at Jindalee. ? We have-not yet heard whether any tender has been accepted for the ere...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, 31st May. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 5 June 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. . By Cousin Will. Thursday, 31st May. During the last fortnight the weather has been rather changeable. We have not had much rain since the 17th instant, although clouds have been hanging about a good deal. We have had several frosts ; but these have been very moderate, and on the whole I think ' Jack' has kept off very well indeed. The farmers round about are vigorously pushing on their work, and I am sure they must rejoice at the fine prospects of the season. W^p'e.been visited by our usual westerly winds, which at times have been extremely heavy. I think a good many people will long remember the extra heavy gale of yesterday week. After all, the frosts are not nearly so piercingly cold as these westerly winds. The last two or three days have been calm, fine, and quite spring-like ; but the nights have been frosty and chilly. Our New Post7oeeice. — Soon after the meeting of ratepayers, of which matter I in formed you in my last, to consider whether the muni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

Jobson and Wooclliotise, PAEKEE-Stf , QtoDAMUNDEA, €arpenteyra, jpiiiltlcrs, and ALL orders punctually attended to. Charges moderate. The Gdulburn Herald AND The Goulburn -Chronicle AEE now amalgated, and printed by . steam. Published twice a week; double size on Saturday. ? The pa~per has a large circulation amongst mercantile map, mstopaKsja^ agriculturists, and stock-d^eva£-4L£*%££j%£^s7 Goulbui*nfcommeycial artici^Jg^Sattirday with aU_JxK$L-iUjiui5 a.ULl~prwjjra corrected to date, auctioneers' reports, &c. ; also Denili quin and Dubbo stock reports. On Wed nesday, Sydney, Wagga, and other stock and general produce reports. CURE FOR BLIGHT. Rose's World Renowned EYE LOTION. AN effectual cure tor the Blight, Sore Eyes, In/lan^ed/Eyelids, &c. iN^OjmffiSi^/^EACH. A few drops )Koyroe^lr|2Jped into tho Eye five or six timeSya day. Prepared solely by the Proprietor, FAMILY & ; DISPENSING CHEMIST, Pitemaurice-street, Wagga Wagga. {Cfp Agent for Cootaniundra : — J...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. (From our Telegraphic Correspondent, J Monday, 5*30 p.m. The Government will ask the House to-day to grant supply for June, then proceed with the Estimates. Application has been made to furnish Legislative authority empowering the Ma rine Board to take the necessary steps to prevent accidents at the approaching cham pion race Eush v. Tricket. . mr. moreii, engineer, oi me wonts ue partinent, has been selected to prepare plans for the defence of Port Jackson as suggested by Sir William Jervois. The Minister for Lands has promised to introduce a Bill conferring the requisite powers upon the Marine Board. ' It is sought to make June 30th a public holiday. No change in colonial markets, stock, or produce; but a late English cablegram reports the wool market recovered. The Turks have defeated the Monte negrin troops, and are bombarding Geur gevo.

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [PBOM THE DAILY PAPERS.] ????.'-. London, May 31. There are vague rumours of peace negotia tions, through. German mediation. The army in Alsace-Lorraino has been reinforced. June 2. The Hon. E. Bourke, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in reply to a question put to him in the Hotise of Commons, said there was no reason to suppose that Eussia imagines a peace settlement possible, unless satisfying Europe. He had no knowledge of any Eussian proposal to localize' the -war. At a demonstration oi .Liberals, held m Birmingham, Mi1. Gladstone challenged the Government to test the opinion of the coun try on the obligations of the Government by a dissolution. : ? The Circassians in the Eussian service have been recalled from the Danube, owing to disaffection. The recapture of Ardahan by the Turks has been officially confirmed. Eenewal of the Oaks Stakes of 50 sove reigns each, half forfeit, for three year old fillies, 8 st. 10 lbs. each ; about a mile and a h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

8S-JL-JESJ9L3ME ^'' JkHSPI! mlLLu, IEONBUNG. TTIHE imd«signied beg to inform the in X habitspts pi Cootamundra, and sur rounding mstricts that they are now pre pared to execute orders to any amount. N.B.— A TIMBER-YARD will be kept at Barnes's Albion Hotel, where timber of all dimensions may be had. Q& Orders left with Messrs. Barnes or Mr. Tebay will receive prompt' attention. T. TEBAY G. WILLITS. Wallendbeen Agency. MR. Irwin Smith, jun., is the authorised Agent for the Cootamundra Herald for Wallendbeen and surrounding district, whose receipt will be sufficient for moneys paid on our behalf. BROWN & PINKSTONE, Proprietors. HOLLOWAI'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 liver, lungs, bowels^-ar any^ other organs, these Pills are espeerafly sgrmceable an...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 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 1/10 Liverpool, 22 miles, '11*3 and 6*26 ; 3/8 and ? ?.'?-;..?»?.'' 2/5 Campbelltown, 34]iniles, 1 1 *40 and 7*0; 6/9 .and 4/5 Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and 5/6 Picton, 53 miles, 12*40 and 7*58,p.m. ; 12/ ' and 7/6 Mittagong, 77 miles, 2*10 and 9*25 ; 19/6 and 13/6 Bqwral, 80 miles, 2*18 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 22/9 Goulburn, 134 miles, 4*40 and 11*55; 37/3 and 27/9 iBredaibane, 149 ntiles, 5*35 and 0*30 a m. ; ?: .41/3 and 30/6 .Gunning, 165 miles, 6*43 and 1*14: 45/3 and ,-, 33/ . ; Yass,., 187 miles, 8*12 and 2*13; 50/9 and .:,;,36/9'., ...-:?? .-...?.. ? . . Bowning, 194 miles, 8*55 ana 2*36 ; 52/6 and 38/ ...... Binalong, '208 mil...

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