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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 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. ? ??'?': /; .?: ; . .. ? ., C Sun days. Memoranda.:. \7^ 1 F. Floods.at Cooma,,'73 . 6-58 4*57 2 S. '?'????. ' . 6-58 4-57 3- S. FlEST AFTER TRINITY 6*59 4*57 4 M. 6-59 4-57 o T. FirstBishop Sydney, '36 7.V 0 4-56 i6 W. ?--* 7- 0 4;56 7 Th. ' - '??'? 7*1 4-56 8 F. ' '—? 7- 1 4-56 9' S. Gold dis. at Tiiron, '51 7' 2 4-56 10 S. Second after Trinity 7* 2 4-56 11 M. Sir J. Franklin died, '47 7-3 4-56 12 3?. .7-3 4-56 13' W. 7* 4 4/o6 14 Th'. 7* 4 4-56 15 F. 7'4 4-56 16 S. v ?. ''',' .' . n ; .;?' 7* 5 4;56 17 S. - 'TkntD after-Treaty 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^. Yictoi-ia, '37 7' 6 4-57: 21 Th. ; ????'. ' 7* 6 4-57 22 F. ' 7* 6 4-57 23 S. . ? 7- 6 4-57 24! Si- Fourth1 After Trinity 7* 7 4-57 25 M. ? ::' ???? ; : 7*...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

POSTAL TIME-TABLE. Sydney Mail. The Sydney mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, aiid Saturday, Arrives at Murrumburrah at 4.30 a.m. Leaves Murrumburralx at 4.40 a.m. Leaves Wallendbeen at 7 a.m. . 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.v ? ? ? , ' Wallaceton at 5 p.m. Arriving at Wagga at T p.m. Wagga Mail. The Wagga mail, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ?. Leaves Waggra at 6 a.m. ; ? - — ? Wafiaceton at 8 a.m. ..-,« ? Junee at 10 a.m. — — Bethungra at I9.3O a.m. . ?? ? ?. ? Cungegong at 1 p.m. Arrives at. Cootamundra at, 3 p.m. Leaves Cootamundra at 3.30 p.m. -— ? Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. Arrives at MuTTiimburrah at 8.30 p.m. Leaves Murrumburrah 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. Temoba M' att,. 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...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

Though there are vague-rumours that a tender has 'been accepted for the erection' of the Cootaniundra Railway station, no intimation has as yet. appeared in the Gazette in confirmation of this rumour ; and the Vigilance Committee have acted wisely in representing to the authorities the consequences of delay in the erection of 'the; station, if the want of it should 'be an embargo to the opening of the line here in October next at the latest. If the opening of the line is deferred till after the month of October, it is not improb able that a large traffic in wool will be sacrificed : and it is desirable that, in order to prevent this loss, the date of opening the line should at once be de termined upon and made known, in order that arrangements may be made accord ingly. A more favourable time than the month of October for the opening of the line could not well be conceived ; and, so far as the contractors; Messrs. Amos Bros., are concerned, there need be no cause for delay, as 'we ar...

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

». OMLLIVM, BOOTMAKEB^ Parker-street, Cootamundra, BEGS to informyj&e~'lahabitant8 that lie has commenratt^iftsiness ; and hopes, by keeping the^bofflyOiaterial that can 'be obtained, and/by£'good workmanship, to merit a fair share of support. {Kf» Good fit guaranteed. All repairs executed cheaply, neatly, and on the shortest notice. ' Is there no hope ?' the sick man said ; The silent doctor shook his head.' ' While there is life there's hope,' he cried. ' JEgroto dum animas est,8jpea est' DR. L. L. SMITH (The only legally qualified medical man ad vertising) consults ? On all affections of the Nervous system (no matter from what cause arising) On all Broken-down Constitutions On all Diseases arising from early indiscretions On Gout; on Rheumatism. IN these colonies those, excesses which we have indulged in ' hot youth' tell upon, us with fearful interest. Our regrets are use less, our repinings futile. The sole idea should be the chances we possess of remedying the ills we ...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

4 VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Minutes of meeting held on Tuosday evening, 5th instant. Mi\ Jones in the chair. . The minutes of preceding meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence was as follows: — 1. Letter from Towii Clerk, Wagga Wagga, stating tha,t a copy oi! by-laws would bo for warded when ready. '2. From the Main Oamp, Oungegong, stating, m answer to wio Secretary, that a temporary crossing on the line would be left open as desired until in structions for its closing. Messrs. Jones and JPinkstono were ap pointed a sub -committee to frame a code of rules. Mr. Pinkstone moved and Mr. Matthews seconded 'That Mr. Eae, of the Works De partment, be asked if the appointment by his letter of the 3rd ultimo oi additional trustees of the reservoir were sufficient authority, or were they to wait until their appointment was gazetted.' Carried. „ Moved by Mr. Woodhill, seconded by Mr. ?pinlcRtmifi. and carried. 'That the Yijnlance Committee erect the necessary ^ posts for platform and ...

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PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

PROGRESS AND RESOURCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Mr. Charles Robinson's Pamphlet.) No. VI. In yiew of the smallness of the population and its dispersion over a wide area, the manufacturing activity of the people of 'New South Wales is necessarily con fined to articles which can be pro duced without much subdivision of labour, and for which there is a large demand. The first industries commenced were those which natu rally arose out of the conditions of settlement, and were largely de pendent upon pastoral and agri cultural pursuits for the facility and success with which they could be carried on. Manufacturers of this class were the flour mills, wool-washing establishments, and tanneries. 'With the increase of the people and the multiplication of dwellings there has been a cor responding development in indus tries connected with building; the requirements of . a growing commerce have called into exist ence extensive engineering and ship-building establishments; and the activity in mining...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

COBEESPOOTEISrCE. (to the editor,) Sir.— A letter appeared in yoiar impression of the loth ultimo signed' 'William M. Evans,' asking those gentleman who com prised the committee to account for the dis tribution of money subscribed by the towns people to defray expenses of the Governor's visit to Oootamundra. No notice has been taken of this letter. Being, unfortunately, one of the committee upon that occasion, I consider Air. JUvans s attack retlects equally as much upon myself as others. I feel it the more keenly having been also one of the subscribers. I had hoped that ere this some arrangements would have been made with Mr. Evans to prevent any further corres pondence upon the subject. Since this has not been done, I call upon those who col lected tiie money, together with the import ant' gentleman who had the disposal ol it, to pay Mr Evans liis full demand, with interest added, in my presence ; .pthei^ise the public shall have a clear illustration of the use to which their mone...

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THE SEWING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

THE SEWING MACHINE. The sewing machine has now become, on account of its great utility, a far more common article of household furniture than even a piano; and for the same reason, at all exhibitions, perhaps there is no other article shown which attracts such a large amount of attention and general interest. Mothers with large families soon see what an amount df drudgery they save, and the comfort ,,-^^^ u.u.v/jr mo uuo jLuoaua oi aistriDuting amongst their Httle ones. At the recent Grand Philadelphia Centennial Exhibi tion of products and manufactures of the world, sewing machines were a very prominent feature. The 'Wanzer'' Company and the manufacturers of the ?Royal' Machine sent some of their Philadelphia exhibits to our recent Ex wl in :&**&X-- and no observer could help realising the remarkable degree of excellence and beauty to which these machines have been brought. Many of the tops were elaborately inlaid with pearl and had* centre-pieces of beautifully pai...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

(TO THE EDITOR.) Sir, — In reference to the.letter appearing in your issue of tlie oth instant, I beg leave to state that I was. one. of the 'two philan thropic^ individuals' alluded to by your correspondent ' Cutting 41.' As far as the money collected if noncerned, I only re ceived 17/6, for wh. . I gave credit to the widow. Mr. D. Goggins was the person who received' the ; subscriptions; and he is alone rGsnonsible. All I had to do was i,n Irorvn n. list of the subscribers' names and the amounts either, paid or promised. This I did, and sent the book to Mr. Goggins, , showing plainly the amount paid and the amount promised. Mr. Goggins therefore is the person accountable to the subscribers, which I hav^V reason to believe ' ' Cutting 41' knew veryWell. The above is all / know of the ma\ter ; and if 'Cutting 41' requires further particulars, I bog leave to refer him to Mr. D.. Goggins, of Bethun gra. — I am, &c, J. J. TREWEEK. Bethungra, June 8. [Bearing on the above subjec...

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SEASONABLE NOTES. PREPARING LAND FOR SPRING CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

SEASONABLE NOTES. {Illustrated Sydney Neius.) PREPARING LAND TOR SE.RING CROPS. Persons who have been fortunate enough to get their work well forward will soon have opportunity to prepare land for spring crops. This is to be done by ap plying such manure as may b*e available, and turning the soil up to a good depth for a winter fallow. For the stronger soils intended for early potatoes or for maize, this operation is essential, and the sooner it is done the greater will be the advantage oDtainea oy exposing the soil to the winter rains and frosts. Care being taken to select such land as is not liable to'be swept'away by floods, there is'no doubt of the benefit of this plan of winter fallowing ;. especially it enables one to combine the advantages of deep and of shallow cultivation. 'We quite concur with thosewho contend that as a general principle1 the , .il should be broken up to a good depth, so as to give a large feeding space for the roots of the plants and to hold' a reserve of...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OE ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

' EELIgl-IOlTS SERVICES. ?CHTirRCH: OF ENGLAND. Sunday, June 17. ''['?. Cobtamundra, 11 a.m. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m.; 7'30 p.m.— Bev. W. Cocks.

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

THE CITY BANK, .. . SYDNEY. rpHE aboM^^ank/|ms OPENED A X :. BRANCBr aJi^cJtotSbatmdra for tlie transaction qji4wHis£s»a banting business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Oootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T\ G. IVIMY, LA.O.L^koA^and L.MiB.S., (A LEGALLY^^Wirad Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. RICHARD TJITCHELL, Auctione^^/^mmisBion Agent, Sign-writer, Honse-painter, and D^orator, Paperiiarigm^mm^ Glazier r OOOTAMUNDEA. ALL orders executed 'with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. Kfp- Charges Moderate. Saddlery Establishment, OOOTAMU1TDEA. E. #H&BBS, Saddler -«H^$arnessmaker. MANUFACTURER of Gents' Lig^ and Fancy Saddles and first-class*S-tcbk and Breaking-in Saddles, in all of which bar-plated trees are used. {£|p Old Saddles bought or exchanged. Cootamiiiidra Hotel. fliHE undersigned begs to intimate to the j inhabitants of_Cootamundra and sur ...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

JPEIldlTIYE METHGDIST: OHUEOH. ??' Sunday, June 17. Cootamundra, 3 p.m.— Bev. J. Spalding {Ef* The services areMi&ld fortnightly in the afternoons. \V ? - ?? ???..' ? v-ji '? .1 ????,, I,,. ._, . ' ? 1U11

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

WESLEYAN CHUBOH. .?„.,..'. Sunday, June 17., ,. ? / Wallendbeen, 11 a.m.— Kev. G. Thompson - Jindalee, 3 p.m. — Ditto Oootamundra, 7 -30 p.m.— Ditto.- -

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RULES OF THE YASS PLAINS FREEHOLDERS' AND SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. I. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

RULES OF THE YASS PLAINS FEEE ^LBERS' AND SELECTORS' ASSO CIATION. (Ydss Courier.) [?] That the name of the association shall be the ????' Yass Plains Freeholders' and Selectors'' Association.' .'? II. That an entrance fee of one shilling and the subsequent subscription of one Five shillings, paid in advance, will be accepted as a half-yearly subscription. m. That the executive of the association shall consist of a president, vicepresi dent, treasurer, secretary, and eight members of committee, duly elected by open voting, in whose hands the sole management of the association shall be vested. rv. No member shall be eligible for office, or entitled to vote at the election of offi.ce , bearers, unless enrolled three months previous to the date of such election, and good on the books. V. The office-bearers, viz., president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and mem bers of committee, shall be elected by bal lot at the half-yearly meeting, and shall hold office until their successor...

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THE STRANGER'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

THE STEANG-ER'S XJEAYE. He sleeps within a nameless grave, WHefe spring's luxuriant blossoms wave, For. summer's reign is nigh., Tii9;solitude around his tomb Is beautiful as Eden's bloom ? . Ere beauty learned to die. , Her fairest and most fragrant flowers Bind May in bright prof usion showers' ???': Upon that lovely spot, Whete the sick and weary head . . Eestin their last dark, narrow bed, Forgetting and forgot. . : ? No drooping mourners kneel beside That lonely grave at eventide, And bathe it with their tears ; ? But oft the1 balmy dews of night Lave it in pity, when the light Of kindling stars appears. No! loved ones breathe the holy prayer, But Nature's incense fills the air, ' And seeks the distant sky, Her artless hymn the song bird sings, The dreamy hum of insect wings, Are prayers that never die. ~OKd-inbersrs J&wrnal. : ; ? . The chess match between New South Wales and Victoria has resulted in another victory for the latter colony. Victoria won three , games, Ne...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 4th July, COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 4th July. . . Country Lots : *Lot A, portion 50, 76a, c. and p. Harden, on the road from Murrumburrah to Binalong, and adjoining the eastern boundary of con ditional purchase No. 49 of 40a. Lot B, portion 23, 31a lr, c. Monteagle, p. Cocomingla, on the left bank of the Burrowa Saver and the right bank of the Cocomingla Creek, and adjacent to the northern boundary of J. Key's conditional purchase No. 10 of 40a. Cocomingla run. Exclusively of a road one chain wide. . Lot 0, portion 77, 50a, e. King, p. Ware, on Kenny's Creek, and adjacent , to, the eastern boundary of John Jas. Howell's portion No. 7 of 1,100a. Upset price £1 per acre.

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AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20th 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. On Wednesday, 2Ath 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 west...

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POETRY. THE HEATHEN M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

' '?''.'??'?? POETKY. : ' THE HEATHEN li.P. (From* 'Benjamin D- ? : — ; his Little ,; . Dinner.' ) \ ' WHiOBrl -wish to remark, . .... And my laaigxiage is plain, . That for words that aredark ? - . - And for tricks that are vain The heathen.M.P. is peculiar, 'Which the same I would wish to explain. BenP- — : — —was his name, And I shall not deny ; That who went by the same 1 'Was' exceedingly sly ; But his smile it was pensive and child-like, ; As I often remarked to Bill-y. '1% was April the third, ?'. .And quite soft were the skies ; Let it not be inferred . That Ben D ? was likewise ;? Yet he played it that day upon William In a way too adroit to be wise. Which we had a deba'i(e, And Ben D ? took a part, , After- Begging to state , Tliat it; came from his heart ; ; /But. he .smiled as he stood by the table With a smile that was hollow and tart. - Now his speech it was stocked :; In a way that I grieve (And my feelings were shocked ? 'As you cannot believe),; It ;ps stuffed full ...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 12 June 1877

LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. It is notified that the undermentioned con ditional and additional conditional purchases of land under the Grown Lands Alienation Act of 1861 have become lapsed through non-receipt of the necessary declarations, or non-payment of interest, as prescribed by the Act; and that the lands will be offered for sale, as early as practicable, by com petition 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. Young District. T. Anderson, 40a, c. Harden, p. Demondrille A. Lynch, 40a, c. Monteagle, p. Bribera J. Griffin, two lots, 100a and 40a, c. Harden, p. Wallendoon E. Martin, 320a, c. Harden, p. Moppity J. Lynch, two lots, 40a each, c. Bland, J. Garter and O. P. Gilbert, 40a, c. Harden, p. Nubba A. Walsh, 40a, c. Monteagle, p. Woodonga A. Chant, 40a, c. Bland C. H. Rutherford, 100a, c. Bland W. Easton, five lots, 40a each, c. Bland D. Hannon, 40a, c. Monteagl...

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