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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

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Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. - (to the editor.) Sir, — In reply to a letter signed 'Cutting 41,' in your last week's issue, requiring to be shown a proper account of an amount of money collected, I am glad to say that the collectors are most happy to do so. Sir, tho amount of money collected by myself and Mr. Treweek the first day was £15/13/- in cash, and names of unpaid subscribers to tho amount of about £5. As soon as the list was run oyer and the amount known to me, I went and got Mr. George Mackay to go with me, and before that gentleman I paid over to the widow of the late John Jar vis the sum of £18/10/-, and got the widow's receipt for the same ; and, as we thought the sum would keep her going until after pay, we kept the balance on hand and the list open, and received from some of them, who had their names down, ibho sum of £1/2/6 more, making the sum collected for the wi ' dow by myself and Mr. Treweek £16/15/6. From that sum the widow has received about £12/16/6 ; and as the doctor wa...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE BURROWA. On Wednesday, 4th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE. BURROW A. On Wednesday , ith July. Country Lots : . , Lot Ay portion 50, 76a, c. and p. Hardon, 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, vc. Montoario, p. Cocommgla, on the left bank of the Burrowa River and the right bank of tho ? Cocommgla 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, c. King, p. Ware, on Kenny s Crook, and adjacent to the eastern boundary of John Jas. Howell's portion No. 7 of 1,100a. - Upset prico £1 per acre.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. OHUECH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, June 24. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. Oootamundra, 11 a.m. ; 7*30. p.m.— Boy. W. Cocks. Wallendbeen at 3*30 p.m. — Eov. W. Cocks

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. THE. above.-^Bartk has OPENED A BRAN QWysy Oootamundra for the transaction of ^ntfsual banking business. AG-ENOIES throughout the world. The Branch is tinder the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. . Oootamundra, 30th January, 1877. ' DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.O.L., M.ao.ai, and L.M.B.S., (A' legally Qualmea Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Oootamundra. RICHARD T. MITCHELL, Auctioneer^ (Commission Agent, cooTAaycTjnsrxDR^. Sign-writer, House-painter, and Decorator, Paperhanger^p wd Glazier } OOOTAMUNDRA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. Chabges Moderate. Saddlery Establishment, E. GgtfOBBS, Saddler dtmr Harnessmaker. MANUFACTURER of Gents' Light and Fancy Saddles and first-class Stock and Breaking-in Saddles, in all of which bar-plated trees are used. Kr' Old Saddles bought or exchanged. Cootaiimiidra Hotel. THE undersigned begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Oootamundra and sur...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, June 24. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Key. J. Spalding ? Kf* The services aro held fortnightly in the afternoons. COOTA^^^ERALD. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1877.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

'WESLEYAN OHUECH. Sunday. June 24. Jindalee, 11 a.m.— Lay preacher Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto , , WaUendbeen, 7 p.m.— Ditto.

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT POLICE OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 20th June. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday , 20 th J une. 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 Greek, and extending from the eastern boundary of wator-roservo No. 782 at intervals about six miles to near tho western boundaries of portions 20, 26, 27, and 31, parish of Moura, and extending from tlie run boundary fonce northerly at intervals about four miles. North Gogoldorie run. Lots TT to AX, -portions 1 to 26 and 8 to 11, c. Cooper, p. Waugh and .Ban-along, ex tending from tho run boundary ? between North Gogelderie and Barellan runs easterly about six miles, and to about one and a half ' mile from tho south-western corner of John Gordon's portion No. 3 of 160a. Barellan run. Upset price £1 per acre. On Wednesday, 2ith 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, an...

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MISCELLANEOUS. REAl PROPERTY ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. Real Property Act Amendment Bill. A bill to amend the law relating to real pro perty was introduced into the Legislative Assembly some time ago by Mr. Terry, and , on Friday last was read tlie second time. The bill contains eleven clauses, the first of which provides that the Act shall take effect from the passing thereof. Clause two, re lates to applications to bfing land under Torrens' Act : it contains four sub-sections. The first sub-section provides that a married woman, in the case of land settled upon her self, may bring it under tho Act without tho consent of her husband. The second sub section empowers an attorney to bring pro perty under the Act on behalf of a corpora tion. Sub-section three, gives power. to an attorney to do the same on behalf of a person not resident in the colony. The fourth sub section requires that in the case of land con tracted to be purchased tho vendor shall consent to or join in the application of the purchaser. Clause 3 enacts tha...

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POETRY. BEAUTIFUL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

POETRY. * ? BEAUTIFUL CHILD. [?$£? MAJOR W. A. H. SIGOURNEY.] Beautiful- child, 'by thy mother's knee, ? In the mystic future what wilt thou be ? A demon- of sin, or an angel sublime- — A poisonous Upas or innocent thyme — A spirit of evil flashing down 'With the lurid light of a fiery crown— Or gliding up with a shining track, ; Like the mornins1 star that ne'er looks back, Daintiest dreamer that oyer smiled, . 'What wilt thou be, my beautiful child ? Beautiful child, in my garden bowers, Friend of the butterflies, birds, and flowers; Pure as the sparkling crystalline stream, Jewels of truth in the fairy eyes beam — 'Was there ever a whiter soul than thine Worshipped by love in a mortal shrine ? My heart thou hast gladdened for two sweet years With rainbows of hope through, mists of tears — Mists beyond which thy sunny smile,. With its halo of glory, beams all the while. Beautiful child, to thy look is given A gleam serene — not of earth but of heaven; With thy tell-tale eyes and p...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM THE DAILY itaERS.] London, June 7. It has been semi-officially stated at St. Petersburg, that the Russian Ambassadors, who lately went to that city from London, Berlin, and Yienna, are returning to their posts, not charged with any special negotia tions, but with instructions to re-assert the assurances given by Russia prior to the war, and to disavow on the part of Russia any designs in regard to British interests in the east. In the House of Commons last night, tho Hon. . R* Bourke, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, said he believed that the Powers interested could not concur in the action of England. Sir Stafford H. Northcote, Chancellor of the Exchequer, stated that the Government . had no desire to impose belligerent rights, its only object being to protect the Suez Canal. June 8. The Emperor of Russia has arrived at Ployesti, the headquarters of his army in Roumania. A Turkish Governor has been appointed at Sukhum Kaleh. The Turks are bom...

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A NEW WAY OF PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

A NEW WAY OF PLOUGHING. At a sitting of the Societe D'Encourage ment pour, L'Industrie Nationale, M. Mangon. gave some curious information regarding the advantages to be derived in agriculture from certain new com pounds employed in engineering. We now possess explosive substances of a most powerful nature, that produce both useiui ana singular enects. urates, dynamite, and gun cotton, have each its peculiar way of exploding,' and its special degrees of violence and rapidity. While a single cartridge of common gunpowder, which yet is not slow, is let off, one may within the same time, .(&iuse the succes sive explosion of ten, twenty, and more cartridges of the above named substance. Dynamite, ignited by a lighted body,, will burn as quietly as a lucifer match : but if set fire to by means of a percussion 'cap, it will detonate at once with vgreat violence. Hence dynamite may be handled with perfect safety, it may be made into cartridges' and conveyed from place to place, or ...

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STRAW AS FOOD FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

STRAW AS FOOD FOR CATTLE. ( American Cultivator. J . Experience teaches us that: cattle thrive 'besf on a mixed diet ; all hay or all grain will produce less beef than hay and grain. The animal structure of the ox also de majpLds bulk in food as well as richness, the feeding of concentrated food being only profitable so far as the animal assimi lates it, beyond that simply increasing the' manure heap at a cost far beyond its value. The ox has approximately eleven , ana one-naix pounus 01 sxoimtun wiuu uiuy two and one-half pounds intestines to each one hundred pounds of live weight ; the sheep has less, stomach and more in testines, giving a smaller percentage of digestive apparatus; while the pig for every one - hundred pounds of Ms live ?weight has only one and one-third pounds of stomach to six pounds of intestines., A steer would thrive on a bulk of straw with a little oil-meal, while mutton re quires greater variety of food, and beef cattle would only become cloyed and di sease...

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DISTRICT NEWS. MURRUMBURRAH. June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. MURRUMBURRAH. (prom our correspondent.) June 13. This district was visited with heavy rain during the whole of Saturday last and Sun day following ; on the former night the rain fell in torrents for some hours, causing the creeks in the vicinity to flow rapidly, but the most welcome result has been the filling, to a large degree, the various dams that have been formed on the stations near our town. Great inconvenience has been for a long time past .experienced in having to carry water from a long distance for household purposes. The ram reported as above will prevent this, as it is computed there is now sufficient water for a long period, besides which the stock will now get access to water more frequently. I am happy to notice that grass is becoming more abundant in the locality, and a mild season will bring up the food so much needed. We have not seen any notification of the calling for tenders in regard to a bridge at Cunningham Creek, on the main line from Jugiong...

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COURTS UNDER THE LAND ACT, (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

COURTS UNDER THE LAND ACT, (to the editor.) Sir, — It is gratifying to see that a mem ber, of the Assembly has brought forward this subject with a view to abolishing these courts at the end of the current year. It has been found that the principle of equity has not been in all cases carried out ; nor does it appear to me that these courts are constituted according to tho common law of England It may be argued in some quarters that because people of the colony have re sponsible Government and make their own laws and regulations, therefore they are not to be called in question by any appeal to the English legislature under the Land Acts of '61 and '75. Admitting the force of this argument on one side, still these courts of inquiry by report are calculated to operate injuriously to the interests of bona fide electors ; and for this reason they are put to great expense attending upon sum monses to defend themselves against having their selections forfeited upon tho mere fact of being ab...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 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. 3* m cr- o ??9 CD trt . a to I ? ? ~ ? : ? IF.. Floods at Cooma, '73 6*58 4*57 2 S. ? 6*58 4-57 3 S. First after 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 4-56 7 Th. 7*1 4-56 8 F. 7*1 4*56 9 S. Gold dis. at Turon, '51 7* 2 4*56 10 S. Second after Trinity 7* 2 4*56 II M. Sir J. Franklin died, '47 7* 3 4*56 12 T. 7* 3 4-56 13 W. 7' 4 4-56 14 Th. . 7*4 4-56 ' 15 F. I 7*4 4-56 16 S. 7* 5 4-56 17 S. Third after Trinity 7* 5 4*56 18 M. Battle of Waterloo, '15 7' 5 4*56 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 after 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 Thv. Cor. of Queen Victoria, 38 7' 7 4*59 29 F. Bu...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, JUNE 8. In the Assembly: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

PARLIAMENTARY. Friday, June 8. Tint the Assembly : Mr. Drivoiy in reply to Mr. M'Elhono, . said Inspector Harper had reported on forty throe cases sineo his appointment. The Minister for Lands had docided tho casos of Messrs. Keolo and Lord, inspectors of con ditional purchases, about a fortnight ago. Lord and Keol'e had been censured, and wnnlrl 'ho rnmnviul. On the motion of Mr. M'Elhone, it was ordered that thoro bo laid on tho table of the House a return respecting Government pro perty issued on loan to public or private persons from Government or Ordnance Stores, from the year 1873 to the present date. Mr. M'Elhone moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of referring to certain charges which he had made on Tues day last against some officers in ti&e Lands Department. The present Secretary for Lands seemed disposed to walk in the foot steps of his predecessors, and shield these officers from deserved punishment. He de manded that the Minister for Lands should ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

o Cootamundra Turf Clujv TRIAL STAKES of 15 sovereigns from the Club, with nominations and ac ceptances added, for all two-year-olds, to be run in February, 1878. Distance, three quarters of a mile. Nominations, containing 10/, must be in the hands of the Secretary by the 1st of August; second payment of 10/- by 1st of November, and final acceptances one clear week prior to the Annual Races. {£§p Colts, 8st ; fillies, 7st 101b. W. A. BYRNE, -* Secretary. Cootamundra Turf CluJ^ TENDERS wSlbe recema/yH^ Un- dersigned up to the 1st of JOTjY -next, for the erection of about 440 rods of THREE RAIL FENCING round the Racecourse, the lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications can be seen on application. W. A. BYRNE, „ Hon. Sec. .GtXL. — - EXCURSION TO SYDNEY on the morning of the 11th day of July next, Under tlie auspices of the I. O. Benefit Society of Goulburn. Registered under the Friendly Societies Act of EXCTOESIONttEy^wiU leave Murram burrah Jror Sydney, calling at ...

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LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

LAPSED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. It is notified that the persons mentioned in the subjoined list will be permitted to pur chase, under the 2nd clause of the Crown Lands Acts Amendment Act, the portions of land sjjecified against their names, the pur | chase money to be paid into the Colonial Treasury, Sydnoy, within three months from the 1st of June, 1877, under a penalty of an addition to the appraised value ot 10 per cent. ; 'and should that increased price not bo paid within a further period of three months, tho claims to purchase will lapso, and the land will be brought to auction. Henry Ricketson, three lots, 128a, 232a, and 70a, portions 12, 20, and 23, p. Bim bella, c. Bland, Billibong run. Steel Caldwell, four lots, three of 320a each, and ono 50a, p. Balabla, c. Bland, Up per Balabla.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

SYDNEY PKODUCE MARKET. Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending June 14, 1877 : — In the feeding grains market, the arrivals of maize have been very extensive, and several large lots have been disposed of at quota tions, 2/10 to 3/0. Large shipping parcels were disposed of at 2/10 to 3/0. Oats are very firm, and for good samples, 3/3 is easily obtained. Barley, of either classes, meets with but little enquiry — the highest price for cape being 3/. There are no good sam ples of English in the market. In bread stuffs there have been very few transactions of importance. There is no material change in the price of either flour or wheat, sales having been made at quotations, flour fine, £17 to £20 per ton, seconds, £16 to £17/10 ; wheat, colonial, 6/6 to 7/6. In dairy pro duce butter is extremely dull, which has been caused by the influx during the past week of large consignments from Victoria, Tasmania, and New Zealand — the largest supplies having come from New Zealand; but at p...

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