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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 8. Cootamnndra, 3 p.m.— Rev. J. Spalding {£?=». The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons. COOTA^^^ERALD. - TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1877.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, July 8. 'Wallendbeen, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Jindalee, 3 p.m. — Ditto Oootamundra, 7*30 p.m. — Ditto.

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INSPECTORS OF CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

INSPECTORS OF CONDITIONAL PUR CHASES. The following is tho petition adopted at a meeting of free selectors and others, held a few days ago, at Ten-mile Creek, near Al bury. To the Honorable the Speaker, and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Now South Wales; in Parliament Assembled. This memorial, of the free selectors of Albury, Ten-mile Creek, Mullengandra, Bowna, Gendora, Gerogery, Corowa, Howlong, Bungowanno, Moorwatha, Morven, Billabong, Waldundrie, Cook T ? _ ? J! TIT- — « ? arainia, ana yy tig™, jmumiLuy auuvyom. That in this district, as well as in many other parts of New South Wales, a, number of the best class of bona fide settlers ^ have been induced to settle down by the liberal provisions of the Land Act of 1861. That these persons brought with them to the colony sufficient capital to give them a fair start in life; that they . invested that, capital in the conditional purchase of land under the Act of 1861, and that they now form a large and valuable section of the...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE 'OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL AT ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

? LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE ' 'OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL AT ADE LONG. , (Gundagai Times.) ? ; -Wednesday last was observed as a close ?: - : holiday in Adelong, in honor of the laying of the foundation stone of the Public school there by the Hon. F. B. Suttor, Minister of Justice and Publio Instruction. ' The Hon. F. B. Suttor arrived at 11 a.m. in a buggy, driven by Mr. Lloyd, manager for Cobb and Co. At 12 o'clock the children, to the number of 400, assembled in front of - 'the Adelong Hospital — which is at present ' being used as a Public school, and after being . feasted to repletion with ^confectionery, &c., engaged in foot-raAig,' Send other athletic sports, 'hnm half-pf\sP 2 o'clock, when they ^rere ? fofmea into marching order, to take ' part in the real business of the day. At the J ' 1 same ' hour the members of the Golden Age ' ' Lodge,' I.O.O.F., M.U., headed by a band of musicians, marched to the place where the children assembled. 4 '' On 1 arrival at the spot wh...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 4th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 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, oir the left bank of the Burrowa River and the right bank of the Cocomingla Creek, and adjacent to; the northern boundary of J. Key's conditional purchase No. 10 of 40a. ]0ocommgla run. Exclusively, of a road one chain wide. Lot 0, portion 77, 50a, c. 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. , On Wednesday, l&th July. Country Lots: Lot A, portion 63, 40a, c. Harden, p. Bookham, on the main road from Jugiong to Yass, and adjoining the western boundary of water reserve No. 192. Bogolong run. Lots B to E, portions 64 to 67, various areas, c. Harden, p. Bookham, adjoining , and near the easter...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 18th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wecttmday, 18th July. Country Lots 8 ?Lot A, portion 58, 40a, c. Buccleucn, p. Wagura, on the road from Tumut to Dar balara, and partly on both banks of the Oak Creek, adjoining the northern boundary of portion 35 of 50 acres. £50 per lot. Lot B, portion 76, 49a, c. Clarendon, p. Wantabadgery , adj oining the western bounds arv of A. M'Kinnon's conditional purchase No. 77 of 15 acres, at the north-west corner village reserve of Wantabadgery. Wanta badgery run. £1 per acre. Lot'C, portion 468, 2a, c. Wynyard, p. Adelong, on the road from Tumberumba to ? to Adelong, near the crossing of Adelong Creek, and adjoining the southern boundary of portion 467. £7/11/- per lot.

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

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Ease for Every Sore. — This Ointment affords the shortest, safest, and easiest path to sound ness in all kinds of skin diseases, scrofulous affections, scorbutic maladies, ulcerations, eruptions, and inflammations. There is nothing deleterious in the composition of Holloway's Ointment, but, on the contrary, its ingredients possess the most soothing, purifying, and strengthening qualities. The delicate skin of infants is not irritated by the application of this unguent, which is there fore as admirably adapted for the nursery as for subduing the tedious ulcerations attack ing the aged. In all constitutional, chronic,, and complex afflictions. Holloway's Pills should be taken whilst his Ointment isibeing used, in order that all baneful matter may be expelled from the system.— Ad^tt, =? ,

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

AT tHE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, *On Wednesday, 11th July. : . Country Lots : Lot A, portion 72, 320a, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, on the left bank of the Tumbleton Creek, and adjacent to the western bound ary of E. Gibb's . conditional purchase No. 71 of 320 acres. Berthong run. £329/1/ per.lot. Lot B, portion 74, 80a, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, about | a mile southerly from R. Gibbs conditional purchase No. 73 of 83 - acres. £87/16/6 per lot. Lot C and D, portions 4 and 5, two- lots, 71a 2r and 100a, c. Bland, p.. Stockinbingal, on both banks of the Dudauman Creek, and lying between ;part of the southern , bound aries of portion No. 3 of 100 acres, and the northern boundary of No. 6 of 150 acres. Stockinbingal run. £1 per acre. ; ' Lots E and F, portions. 1.6 and 17, two lots, 50a each, c. Bland, p. Stockinbingal, about £ a mile north-westerly .from portion No. 4 of 71 acres 2 roods, lot C.of this sale. £1 per acre. . , ; ' Lot.G, portion 189, 30a, c. Harden, p. Douglas, adjoining the northe...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

CQEEESPONDENCE. fTO THE EDITOR.^ Sir, — We are now on- the eve of a general election, and it behoves the general public to protect their interests in the election of their representatives in Parliament, and endeavour to put a stop to the scenes that are disgracing the assembly and the country. These scenes occur not from any real politi cal motive but rather from a personal hos tility to opponents holding .office or their supporters. The late ministry were driven . out of office by a most determined faction nndfir tho name of nolitimanH ! and now the present one are receiving at the hands of their opponents precisely tlie same line of conduct they had suffered. The hon. mem ber for Camden waB the mark at one time ; now the tables are turned and the hon. member for Newcastle seems to be drawn into censure through another hon. member,' Mr. Dibbs. It is supposed to be .the prac tised maxim that everything is fair in poli tics or war: still, we think tho $3neral pub lic will not admit t...

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POETRY. THE SEVEN AGES OF GIRLHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

POETRY. .THE SEVEN AGES OF GIRLHOOD. At Two she is a tiny lass, And j oy site scarcely knows from sorrow ; ? ' She scaroe consults her looking-glass ; She has no thought of sad to-morrow. At Four she is a merry maid, And looks on aught but play as folly ; She can't believe bright flowers fade — That; only sawdust is her dolly. : ' At Eight her troubles come in scores, ? For oft she is perverse and haughty ; A pouting puss in pinafores, ' Who's sometimes whipp'd whensh^is naughty. ? At Twelve she is a saucy teaze, Who knows full well her glances rankle ; Her petticoats scarce viel her knees, And fairy frills scarce kiss her ankle. At ^Fifteen she is the? pearl of pets, And feels assured her pow'ris strengthened; Her snowy school-girl trouserettes Are hidden when her skirt is lengthened. ? At Sixteen she's the sweetest sweet, ' And dresses in the height of fashion ; She feels her heart 'neath bodice beat In earnest for the tender passion. At Eighteen p'r'aps she may be sold, Her lot t...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, 21st June. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

JOTTINGS EROM GOULBURN. ' By Cousin Will. Thnrsdav. .Tiiha. ' . You . are no doubt beginning to think I ~ haye quite forgotten you, considering it is ^now three weeks since I wrote to you; but ; : I have to say that such is not the case. 'Throughout the greater part of this three weeks the weather has been all that one , could 'desire. Several days have cer tainly beeii very cold and windy ; but we could not reasonably expect otherwise when we consider ifcat we are in midwinter. How- i ever, tne weatner jateiy cannot oe saia to ' have been extremely cold. Although on the whole the nights and mornings have been more or less frosty, yet- the days have been beautifully pleasant and mild. Not much rain has fallen, and I have not heard that any is wanted just now; As far as I know, farming operations have been carried on very successfully so far. This is certainly cheering news, and to all appearance augurs , well for future success in this direction. The past season or', seasons seems t...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 4th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

THE LAND. LAJSTD SALES. AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 4th July. . Country Lots: Lots A to M, portions 12 to 15, 28 and 29, 34 to 42, various areas, c. Cooper, p. Bringan adjacent to the eastern boundaries of portions 7 and 16, p. of Bringan, and 20, 21, 22, 27 * 33, and 43, p. of Hulong, and extending from the north-east corner of portion 16, p. of Bringan, southerly, at intervals, about six and three-quarter miles. Hulong and Ulong runs. Lots N to CC, portions 62, 63, 107 to 121, c. Cooper, p. Cudgello and Narrandera, on and near the road from Hay to Narrandera, 'and adjoining and near the eastern and western and adjacent to the northern bound aries of reserve No. 586. Narrandera run. Lot DD, portion 41, 30a, c. Cooper, p. Gogeldrie, adjoining the southern boundary of P. Troy's conditional purchase No. 40 of 320a, and adjacent to the northern boundary of M. Nash's conditional purchase No. 42 of 320a. Gogeldrie run. Lots EE andFF, portions 7 and 11, 294a 3r and 260a 2r...

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DISTRICT NEWS MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

DISTRICT NWSg| MURRUMBURRAH. (from our correspondent.) Our correspondent w&tes on tlie 17th instant and states: — ' J Tlie district Ms been* visited during tlie past seven days 'by continual showers of rain with but few intermissions, and the cold, ' -bleak westerly winds have produced much temporary sickness in the district... Sheep that had been removed some time since from stations around are now under orders to re turn, though it is thought that the freshes in the river Murrumbidgee may cause some xrouDie, or else tney will nave to travel a long way round to cross the bridge at Gun dagai. Erom present appearances, which indicate much rain to fall, it is likely that our reservoirs will be well supplied with water. In fact the large cost at which dams have been erected^ should be recompensed by the necessary element to supply wants. The Government Gazette contains the infor . ... mation that tenders have been called for the erection of a bridge at Cunningham Creek, and als...

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IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. If people in the colony who intend to send home for relatives or friends will cut out and preserve the following regulations, which are now in force, they will be saved the trouble of making endless inquiries as to how they are to set about doing it : — 2. All immigrants from Great Britain and other parts of Europe shall be approved by the Agent-General, or by such person as he may appoint for the purpose. And the Agent-General is hereby authorised to make all necessary appointments, and otherwise to carry out. all duties to ensure the efficiency of the Immigration Service under these regu lations and under instructions from the Colo nial Secretary. 2. All such immigrants, other than those nominated by residents in the colony, shall be selected by the Agent-General, or by some other officer duly authorised in that be half. 3. Approval of such immigrants from the United Kingdom shall be limited to such persons between the ages of twelve years and fifty years ...

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COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

commercial. Herald Office. Monday. The past week has been a very severe one on vegetation and stock.. Several heavy fogs and very severe frosts have been ex perienced, that on Exid'ay morning being about the most severe!' we have had this winter. Yesterday wore' a very gloomy appearance like rain, but none fell and oven ing brought another heavy tog. The ruling price here for potatoes is 10/6, whilst our commercial news from Goulburn states that the market price there is 4/- to 5/. Our Sydney telegram to-day states wheat is still declining owing to large imports which are rendering the market weaker. In the commercial intelligence which we publish from time to time, our object is to furnish reliable information : but we regret to say that the auctioneers' reports with which we are furnished are not of a reliable character. - When sales are effected at high figures the prices are published; but we notice that under opposite circumstances, sales are effected at ' satisfactory prices.'...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

YIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Minutes of meeting held on Tuesday evening, 19th instant. Mr. Jones in the chair. v .The minutes of preceding meeting were read and confirmed. - The correspondence was as follows: — 1. From the Secretary to the General Post office. — 2. Erom the Minister of Justice, &c. Both letters were in reply to letters from the Yigilance Committee representing the necessity for the appointment of addi biuiicu xuagisULtLues -wiu Jiur tuu immeuutiu erection of the new post and telegraph office: and the replies stated that the requests were being considered. Mr. Walsh appeared before the committee to ask, them to take into their hands a matter of delay in the refund of certain money to him from the Lands Department : but it was decided that the matter was a private one and consequently beyond their province. Several members of the committee pointed out ' the necessity for a local land-holders' association in order to have such grievances as that brought forward by Mr. ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending June 21 :- — . During the past week the business of ? the ' produce market has been characterised by a dulness which has been unprecedented for some considerable time. In the feedihg^ grains market there has been only a small $ demand for maize, and in the latter part of last ? o /1 A 0/11 TifQ-nn fha rnlino1 rvriPGQ WtJWJti. tdj X.\J ClUU A/JLA VYV1U VA4.W * But during the past few days the arrivals have been very small, and a firmer tendency is noticeable ; an advance of Id. has taken ' j place, and exporters seem very desirous of t securing large shipping parcels. Oats are i. in good demand at 3/4, while Barley is very quiet. In breadstuffs, there has been very - little doing. Sales of small lots of flour and wheat have been made at a decreased rate, colonial wheat is still in comparatively fair demand, and for inferior to prime samplcB | H 6/- to 7/6 is now obtainable. Eor bran and pollard there are very few ...

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MESSES. W. S. QUAIL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 26 June 1877

MESSRS. W. S. QUAIL AND CO.'S REPORT. ? - Store cattle : The very low state of con dition in all classes of cattle has a marked effect on this market, and until towards spring we do not anticipate much change. We refrain from giving quotations as they may be anything but reliable. Any good milking cows would we think, from present enquiries, command a fair figure. Eat stock : Earr demand of these, but very little doing owin^ to limited supply. We have buyers forfirst class cattle, and have a fine lot at present udder offer. Store sheep : Business in this class is al most at a stand still ; owing, probably, to the approach of the shearing months, owners are dilatory in placing them on our books unless certain of obtaining an extreme figure Maiden hoggets or young ewes are in fair demand with fair figures obtainable. We quote wethers at 5/6 to 6/ ; ewes 5/6 to 6/6 ; cfrvrocs nnmmnl Horses : At one sale on last Thursday the attendance was certainly better than antici pated but biddings...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, 11th July, [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday , 11th July, Country Lots: Lot A, portion 72, 320a, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, on the left bank of the Tumbleton Creek, and adjacent to the western bound ary of E. Gibb's conditional purchase No. 71 of 320 acres. Berthong run. £329/1/ per lot. Lot B, portion 74, 80a, c. Bland, p. Ber thong, about £ a mile southerly from R. Gibb s conditional purchase No. 73 of 83 acres. £87/16/6 per lot. Lot C and D, portions 4 and 5, two lots, 71a 2r and 100a, c. Bland, p. Stockinbingal, on both banks of the Dudauman Creek, and lying between part of the southern bound aries of portion No. 3 of 100 acres, and the northern boundary of No. 6 of 150 acres. Stockinbingal run. £1 per acre. Lots E and F, portions 16 and 17, two lots, 50a each, c. Bland, p. Stockinbingal, about £ a mile north-westerly from portion No. 4 of 71 acres 2 roods, lot C of this sale. £1 per acre. Lot G, portion 189, 30a, c. Harden, p. Douglas^ adjoining the northern boundary of conditional p...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 18th July. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA. On Wednesday, 18th July. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 63, 40a, c. Harden, p. Bookham, on the main road from Jugiong to Yass, and adjoining the western boundary of water reserve No. 192. Bogolong run. Lots B to E, portions 64 to 67, various areas, c. Harden, p. Bookham, adjoining and near the eastern and part of the south ern boundaries of conditional purchase No 62 of 40 acres. Bogolong run. Lot F, portion 68, 40a, c. Harden, p. Bookham, on the main road from Jugiong to Yass, lying about a J of a mile north westerly from portion No. 63, lot A of this sale. Bogolong and Coppabella runs. Lot G, portion 125, 47a lr, c. Harden, p. Bookham, on the road from Murrumburrah to Yass, and adjoining the eastern boundary of conditional purchase No. 124 of 40 acres. ? Lots H and I, portions 126 and 128, two lots, 51a lr and 52a 2r, c. Harden, p. Har den, respectively adjoining the western boundaries of portion No. 65 of 40 acres and M. Regan's conditional purchase ...

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