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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. .. During the '^past week we have had very healthy showery with the weather in the earlier part rather cold. The frequent ' showers have had the good effect of keep ing away frosts, and vegetation is neces sarily favoured. From our exchanges we learn of severe ^weather and heavy rain in different parts, chiefly Young, Goulburn, j and Molong. We notice also that the Lach lan has been flooded and about Tumut and other high parts snow is commonly ex perienced. As regards our immediate dis trict we have, as yet, had a very favourable winter. As an instance oi the rapidly increasing value of land in this township, it may be mentioned that the sum of £1500 cash was offered yesterday and refused, for the Star ; . , . Hotel standing on half an acre of ground opposite Mr. Jones's store — the money to be paid down, by the day after the bargain was ciijnplet&4. The tender of Thoihas Smith for the con veyance of ma^ls between Cootamundra and Coolacvia ...

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

RILEY BROTHERS' ORIGINAL £ 5 BALES, I CARRIAGE FREE BY MAIL EVERYWHERE. To the Inhabitants of Cootamundra , Bethungra , Wallendbeen , Cun gegong , and others in the District. PARCELS of DRAPERY and BOOTS and SHOES from £2 and upwards we send carriage paid. Every parcel is packed securely, and will be delivered safely by mail coach in three days or the money returned. In order to give the quickest possible despatch to orders from the country, we have added the following i Special Departments to our business : — SPECIAL TAILORING DEPARTMENT. M For a Gentleman's Paget Suitpf Good Material, thoroughh^hrunk and made to^^rfure. (^^puge^id^r Gentlemen who never buy ready-mad^ clothing and those who cannot get such to fit them, may now obtain what they require 'made to measure,' with $ guarantee of a 'good fit,' at prices usually paid for slops. Full variety of Trousering, and Coat -j ing Paterns, with directions for self- . measurement, will be sent if applied for^ 4s. A pair of the very b...

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GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. MELBOURNE, June 11, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 19 June 1877

GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. Melbourne, June 11, 1877. Wool. — Transactions in this market have been very limited since our last circular. The total quantity sold was about 1500 bales, which consisted chiefly of balances oi clips from the back country which it was impos sible to get to market until the late rains had rendered the rivers navigable. There has been a pretty active demand, the prin cipal buyers being the local manufacturers and fellmongers, and prices have been well maintained, being fully equal to those ruling last month. The telegraphic advices respecting the pro gress of the second series of ' colonial wool sales in London are not very encouraging to shippers. The telegrams received to the 20th ult. reported an improvement to the extent of five per cent, since commencement of sales, but towards the end of the ra'onth a quieter tone prevailed, caused principally by the extreme caution evinced by the French buyers, and prices receded to opening rates — or only about f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

Christ Cliurcli, OoVtamuiuli ii. ANb A8AAR 'm aid of the Vmlfflfeg fund af ffiifiAjhurch on the day the ^enmgfcof The railway. \\ COCKS, 25th Jun^ 1877^^ ^ C. Rj \ For Sale. O^NAL PUR^ASE of 40 acres, frontago to maiiPinWt^nd railway line fra^cUiotamurltTm. to with sll^~ stantial \rell-builtl hoiteo, NSmaining seven (7) rfijphJsW detatqheA. \kitd^\ soryant's rooms, \Sti\bjta and mhnuinpmvonh^its. For fmttp akicul a\i jpjjply to DANsjEL GpGGIN; ^ or-ro J. & E. BARNES, Cootamundra. ^ ip'U ! EXCURSION MDNEY on ihjj) morning of the IS Oi (tag/of^ufo/next, Under the auspims of O. Benefit Registered under the Erto^lly Societies Act of EXCURSION TRAIN will leave Murrum burrah for Sydney, calling at all stations to Mittagong-, FARES TO SYDNEY AND BACK (within ten days) j From Murrumburrah, Binalong, and Bowning ? ? ? ? ? 25/- FromYass ? ? ? 20/- From« Gunning ? ? ? 15/- From Goulburn and Marulan ? ? ? 12/- Ohildren under 12 years, half fare. {£?* Tickets may be had at this office ; ...

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NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

NEWS BY CABLE. - The Colonial ? Secretary has received the following : — ' June 22. 'Eight Eussian batteries have com menced bombarding forts at Kars. The I-iussian left wing gained the victory at Deibita in Armenia. One thousand Turks were killed. Four hundred and | fiftv were made prisoners. The Russians %j x are about to cross the Danube. An im portant battle is. hourly expected.' In the English money, market, consols are falling. Sydney, Monday, 2.35. If not otherwise interrupted, the As sembly discusses the estimates of the Mining Department this afternoon. London, June 23. A dispatch from Prince Gortschakoff promises that, so long as England re mains neutral Russia will not interfere with Egypt or the Suez Canal nor ex tend war elsewhere, necessity not requir ing her to go beyond Stamboul. The dispatch adds that the Czar is resolved to obtain a guarantee for the security, of the Christians in Turkish provinces. In consequence the Government intend to ask for additional credit ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 2.23 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent.) Saturday, 2-23 p.m. In the Assembly yesterday Mr. Hoskins, Minister for Works, announced that it was the intention of the Government to ask Parliament to sanction tlie construc tion of the railway line from Wallera wang to Mudgee. Disgraceful scenes occurred during yesterday's sitting. The 'business was transacted with cleared galleries after six o'clock. The Commonwealth, with, immigrants, has arrived from London, and been ordered into Quarantine. There were fifteen deaths from measles. Rush and Tricket have both pulled over the course in time hitherto unpre cedented. Mr. Langham is chosen as umpire for Bush; Mr. Eyank Hill for Trickett ; Mr. R. Driver being referee.

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

? ? RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. ? j ; : . . . : ; , . ©OWN TRAINS -LEAVE Sydney daily- (Sunday excepted)1 at 10 a.m. .11 and 5*25 p;m. - : Pariamatta 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 fl 1V/10. ,. V D.: Liverpool, 22 miles, 11*3 and .6*^26;; 3/8 and ''2/5' ' ^ Campbelltown, 34_'miles, 11*40 and 7*0 ; 6/9- ';v?:l;!-J;:;v^£d'4/5 ' ' ' ?' ' - Menangle, 40 miles, 11*,56 ahdJ7*16| 8/6 and ' - i ' T ' Pictonj.'53 miles, 12*40 and}7,*58;p.m.'i; 12/ , ' and 7/6 ' ? ? .MiUagong,77miles,2*10and9-25 ; 19/6 and' 13/6, - ; - ! ' * j. . Bowr^y- 80 miles, 2*18 and:. 9*33 ; 50/6 iand . 1.4/jB - . - ... l. r: .!Moss'^aie,186^miles, 2*35 and 9*60; 22/3 15/9 ? . r,Marulan, jlH/miles, 3*45 and 10*56; 31/ and. 22/9 rfij.. ? ? ..;-i,(JoulfeTi^i-4.34.-:iiiileB,^.4,i40iim411:55-; 37/3 * ? ../. and 27/9; '? . „ ,Bredalbane,vl49:miles, 5*35 : and.;0*30 a m. ; „ / , . 41/3 ^^ 3 0/ 6 , / . / ; . ?Gunning,, 165,miles, 6*43 and'l*14 ; 45/3 an...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

' : . , , r; .POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ' ' \ . .Sydney Mail. The Sydney mail, on , Tuesday, Thursday, and Saiturdayj ' Arrives' 'at Murlrimburrah at, 4. 30 a.m. : Leaves Murrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. ,1. ;/ a Leaves ^Wallendbeen at 7 a.m. - ' . ;; Arrives at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.m. t Leaves Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. ? ' —j — ~ Cungegong at 10 a.m. . ; — —Bethungra at 11.45 a.m. ? ? Junee. at 3.15 p.m. i ? : ' ' — -7— Wallaceton at 5 p.m. - ^ Arriving at Wagga at 7 p.m. Wagga Mail. , , ? The Wagga m^, on Monday, Wednesday, ? i. 1 and Friday, . . ! .Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. ; ; * ? Wallaceton at 8 a;m. ' ? ? Junee at 10 a.m. ^ v ? — - Bethxingra at l9:30 a.m. ' ' i ' — 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 Murrumburrah at 8.30 p.m. Leaves Murrumburrah. at 8.40 p.m. . . Mtjttama Mail. ?' - Leaves on Monday and Friday at 4 a.m. Arrives on': Monday and Thursday, 7.30 p.m; Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra on Tuesday...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

Some of our constituents have represented to us the necessity of establishing an association onbeijflaLf of the free selectors and others in the district interested in the administration of thk 1 Crown lands and in legislation. For our part, we are quite drilling to give whatever assistance we ' can, consistent with our position as im partial representatives of the people as a whole, m promoting the formation of such an institution. There are grievances of a tantalising nature connected with the administration of the crown estate which call for co-operation on the part of crown tenants in order to have those grievances redressed. Any legislation upon the subject of land which has ever ? been passed in our Parliament seems to have emanated from men or parties either wilfully or blindly antagonistic to agri culture industries,' which constitute the . ' bases of steady and permanent advance ment. The object of legislators, ap parently, is to encompass the agricultural settler with hara...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

SAW MILLS, 1TJ NOTING. THE und tr%g led beg to inform the in habita its -f Cootamundra, and. sur rounding d jtric s that they are now pre pared to ex cut^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. 0^ Orders left with Messrs. Barnes or Mr. Tebay will receive prompt attention. ' T. TEBAY: « \ v G.-WILLITS. fW^eMbeen^ Agency. MB.. 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. ^ ' . BROW1ST& PINKSTONE, . ; Proprietors. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Universal Patronage. ; LET ^ all' sufferers ' from general . or local diseases take heart and follow in the wake of thousands who ascribe their restora-. tion to health to the use of Holloway's Oint ment and Pills. Rheumsfcem in the' muscles or joints, gouty paihs, ^eLr^gic tortures, cramps and spasmodiWtwitc|i eg depart under the emp...

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THE COMING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

: THE COMING EVENT. ' TBy Coxswain.! ' Coming events cast their shadows before' is an axiom ' commonly uttered, but with what decree of truth it may be applied to the champion sculling match to take place on the 30th of the present month it may not perhaj)s be necessary to know. But one thing is cer tain, however, that the event referred to is the all-absorbing topic of the day among all classes of the community ; and many who usually take no interest in acquatic sports, or probably could not clearly define the ? ? i. ;i:.ee ? .o _ it ? - ? 55 ? . j _ e c _ i -55 .eAaub uxuereuLce ui a-;.; wager- aiiu a. wa»iu ? boat, manifest such a degree of interest in the event as to venture to give their opinion as to the result. Undoubtedly, a desperate and very exciting race may be expected, and the utmost endeavour of each man will as suredly be put .forth — the one to maintain and the. other to gain the- 'proud title of champion of the world. As to the relative powers of the two men a great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

First Prize Medal IS'. S. Wales Exhibitions, 1874-75, and Queensland, 1876, WAS AWARDED TO EVAN TONES, Practical ManufacturiiiJ'. Gold and Silver smith, I#. J HUNTER-STREET^ SYDNEY, Importer of all the la^jest novelties in Gold and Silver, Jewellery, English and foreign Lever Watches, from Rotherham, Settle Brothers, Cross, Ehrhardt, Thomas Rus sell, &c., in 18c. gold and starling silver cases. ET MANUFACTURES to order ? ir ? Gold and Silver Cups, suit able for agricultural, race, acquatic, cricket ing, sporting, and rifle club prizes. Masonic presentation Jewellery made to order from various designs. E. J. has just finished the Gleii.Innes Gold Cup, Junior Cricket Challenge Cup. E. J. invites inspection of his New Work shop, having the largest and most efficient number o.2 skilled workmen employed in the colony. Parties entrusting him with an order can inspect it in work. Every description of Chaijrej^le on . the premises, having the only jjfac^cal chain-maker in the colony...

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GUNDAGAI GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

GUNDAGAI GENERAL SESSIONS. This Court was opened at 10 a.m. on Mon day last, before his Honor Judge Forbes. Messrs. Murray, Crown Prosecutor, J. G. O'Ryan, and Pring (barristers), and Messrs. Emanuel (Tumut), Perkins (Gundagai), and Gordon (Young), solicitors, were present. . Alfred Tichborne, alias James Beresford, was indicted for that he -did at Gundagai. on the 17th December, 1876, obtain £2 from Joseph M'Loughlin by means of a valueless cheque. There was a second count, charging ™4-'u ? ? ? ? 0 ULU?. CiUUUOtJU \Y1UU. UUUU/llUllg UiltJ ? SlUIL 111(311 tioned from William Pain by . means of a false: pretence. Accused pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with hard labour in Albury gaol. \ Daniel M'Oarthy was indicted for that , he did on the 13th April, 1877, steal one sheep, the property of R. M. Osborne. ' There Was a second count charging the accused with receiving the^sheep, knowing it to have been stolen; Mr. O'Ryan, instructed by Mr. Perkins, defended...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [lHOM THE DAILY PAPERS.] London, June 14. A Kussian new loan of fifteen millions sterling- is to /be raised. After fifty-fiy6 hours' continu ous fighting /between the Turks and the Montenegrins, the latter withdrew. The losses on both sides were heavy. The Enssian preparations for effecting a passage of the Danube at Guirgevo have been frustrate June 15. It has been semi-officially stated that Count SchouvalofF, on his return from St. Petersburgh has only brought a disavowal of Bus sia's designs with regard to Egypt and the Suez Canal. Suliman Bey, after seperate fighting, forced the Duga Pass. The Republican party in the French Chamber has resolved not to vote the Budget. Ascot Races : The following are the winners of the Gold Cup, value 500 sovereigns, added to a sub scription of ,20 sovereigns each, 2£ miles:— f - Petrarqh ? ? 1 Skylark ? ? ? 2 Coomassie ? ? 3 June 16. Sir Stafford IKTorthcote, Chan cellor of the Exchequer, has con firmed the stateme...

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ORIGINAL RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

, ORIGINAL RHYME. During May, 1871, the first assizes being . , held in Wentworth, advantage was takon by Mr. Cocks (incumbent) of the influx of visitors then to get the foundation stone of the English Church laid. His Honor Judge Francis, a benevolent old gentleman, per formed the ceremony, and that attracted a ' goodly number of persons. Since then a rtlintinTi lion l-\onr» flTlfl Wlfll OjJJLOi-LU.iU. yi-LUJ-UXA JLLU/O Ut/VJU. ViVUUWUj waav* its tall spire is the most noble object in Wentworth. A splendid parsonage has alse been erected, and thay are lasting monu ments of Mr. Cocks, through whose untiring energy is due the erection thereof. The fol lowing rhyme was written at the time the foundation stone of the church was laid, and has been forwarded to us ( Wilcannia Times J for publication, as ia fulfilled prophesy : — This is the week of the first assize, Each juryman and witness to Wentworth hies, Visitors are in town as thick as flies, And if I am right in my surmise The Rev...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. LIST No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. -List No. 10. Pabties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post Office, are requested to give the correct number of the letter, with the date and number of the list in ?which they may have observed their names, as such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the coun try making written applications, in addi tion to the former particulars, are re quested to state where they expected their letters from, and any other informa tion tending to prevent an unnecessary transmission of letters. SHIP LETTERS. 9 Alley Frank, Binalong 20 Plampey Wm.,^ Wombat 18 Chalmers Joseph, Binalong 46 Cornwell Gale, |Binalong 20 Fuller 'Wm., Bjpalong 23 Gratton Thos., Binalong 8 Harrington P., Narrandera 11 Marinan Patrick, Binalong 17 Mason Wm. John, Binalong 22 Watt J. J., Binalong INLAND LETTERS. 60 Archibald Bob., Oootamundra 8 Baker Chas., „ 33 Bartholamew Miss J., „ ' ! 169 Corbet Joseph, „ 82 Dillon Saml., (2) „ * 139 Dwyer John P., „ 37 Fleming Hugh, ,,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. — Church Committee Meeting.^-A meeting ol the building committee for' erecting the proposed Anglican Church wag held yester day afternoon. Rev. W. Cocks in the chair. Mr. F. Pinkstone was voted on the commit tee. The tenders which had been sent in some weeks ago were considered, and that of Mr. Jobson being the lowest it was unani mously accepted. It was also proposed and uuutju inas m consequence 01 tne present insufficient accommodation, a temporary structure of wood and iron be raised on the new church ground, such structure to seat 250 persons, and to be available for divine service, Sunday school and other agencies connec ted with the Church : it is expected that this temporary building will be ready for worship in a month, so that existing incon venience may be remedied as soon as possible. yL The Lft=Lu Titoifcff^FFriday evening ^ last this talented troupe appeared at Mrs. Angove's Albion Hotel, Cootamundra, to a middling audience. The performance con sist...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. Dressing Seed Wheat.— The following letter on this subject has been addressed to the editor of the Sydney Mail by a Mr. A. Kallcite of Cooma : — ' Sir, — Can you inform me if pinched wheat , is as : good for Seed as sound wheat? A letter, in the Melbourne Australasian of the 1st instant states that bluestoning wheat injures a lot of the grain and half the seed does not come up. Could you or some of your readers' inform me as to their experience in this matter.' In an swer to the above the editor of tho Sydney Mn.il fln.va ♦ — -c Sr-rA'hf-Al a vptv Avnftllmif. ? ? j - * authority,^ affirms that seed somewhat shrunken is more certain to give a good yield than the choicest seed. Our correspondent must not forget that all grain intended for seed should be well ripened before harvest. Blue vitrol has been in use the last fifty years, but in a great measure its success de pends upon the way the dressing is performed. The experience of some of our farming roaders with hand a...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, July 8. Cootamnndra, II a.m. ' Murrumburrah, 11 a.m.; 7*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

THE CITY BANK , SYDNEY. THE .above Bank has OPENED A BEANOH^M; Gaatamundra for the transaction of an^^uaffianking business. AGKEN OIESs^m'a^nout the world. The Branch is under the management of - Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Oootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. I VI MY, L.A.O.L., M.E.O.S., and L.M.B.S., (A legally Qua5n£d^&dical Practitioner,) MAY he consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Oootamundra. RIGHARDJ. MITCHELL, Auctioneei^nfi^imission Agent, COOT^.3VETJ3Sr3DK^.. Sign-writer, House-painter, and Decorator, Paperiiamjfr\ d$d i Glazier , comrariEA. ALL orders executed with the utmost despatch. Yehicles painted upon the shortest notice, fld* Charges Moderate. Saddlery Establishment, E. C.llOBBS, Saddler m&fa ltarnessmaker. MANUFAdTOB^^f Gents' Light and Fancy Saddles and first-class Stock and Breaking-in. Saddles, in all of which bar-plated trees are used. {Kf* Old Saddles bought or exchanged. Cdotamiindra Hotel. THE undersigned begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Ooo...

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