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

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GTJNDAGAI. On Wednesday , 18i7i July. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 58, 40a, c. Buccleuch, p. Wagara, on the roaa 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 bound ary 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.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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LAND SALES. AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 11th July. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

LAND SALES. AT POLICE-OFFICE, NARRANDERA. On Wednesday, 11 th July. Country Lots : Lots A and B, portions 8 and 9, two lots, 160a and 136a, c. Mitchell, p. Faithful, on the left bank of the Little Sandy Greek and adjoining and near the western boundary of W. B Faithful's portion Wo. 1, of 160 acres. Brewarrena run. T,°t C, portion 19, 43a, c. Mitchell, p. BuokiuD 0n the Little l Z&ntA Pi as* - * t A r * ?- Sandy Creek and adjoining tha eastern boundary of W. P. Faithfull's portion No. 2 and the western boundary of Volunteer Land Order No. 18. Brewarrana run. Lot D, portion 27, 160a, c. Mitchell, p. Faithful, adjoining the western boundary of portion No. 21 and 200 acres and the northern boundary of portion No. 20 of 320 acres. Brewarrena run. Lot E, portion 28, 320a, c. Mitchell, p. Faithful, situated about two miles southerly fi'om W. P. Faithful's portions Nos. 9 and 10. Brewarrena run. Lots F to W, various areas, c. Mitchell, p. Ugobit and Waddi, lying between the eastern...

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THE LAND. RESERVES. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

THE LAND. V RESERVES. .. LaOHLAN DISTRICT. For Quarry : , No. 1,202. County of Harden, parish , of Wallendoon, area 8 acres 21 perches. .The Crown lands within the following 'boundaries : commencing at the south east corner m portion 262 of 4 acres 3 . roods 37 porches, .parish of Wallendoon ; and bound^jhence on the west by the east boundary of portions 262 and 263 beaing north 14 chains 80 linTra to the north-east corner .of the latter portion; thence on the north-west by a line bear ing north 68 degrees 38 minutes east 5 chains 52 links to the north-west corner | . of portion 265 of 9 acres 2 roods 4 perches of said parish ; thence on the east by the west boundary of portion 265 aforesaid bearing south to the south-west corner of . that portion.; thence on he south by lines bearing north 38 degrees 54 min utes west 2 chains 92 links, and west 2 chains 23 links, to the point of commence ment. Forms part . of ^allendbeen run. ? For water supply aiid access thereto : No. 1,205. Coun...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

. . ' MONTHLY CALENDAR. — July. ? V : PHASES OF -THE MOON. ; j ') Last Quarter \ . .'X : . 4th, 7*6 a.m. ;/ I ? New Moon . ' . . '{,- . 11th, '8*11 a.inV . Eirst Qiiarter . . ; ? v. '? 1.7th, '.ll'lf' p.m. ? I Full Moon .. ... '25th, 5*24 p.m. ?_ '''i: ' ;SUN ' Days; ! Memoranda. ~ v. . ... ? to CD CD ct» ? ? ? ? ? ' OQ 09 1 S.i 7; -Frera af$^ . 7' 7 5; 0 s 2 M,. Sir Robt. Peel died, 1850 7* 7 5* 0 \ ? 3 T. . . , 7;- 7 5- 1 i'' 4 W. Am. Independence, 1776 7* 7 5* 1 . 5 Th. -. . 7* 7 5- 2 6 F. 7* 7 5' 2 . 7 S. ' Gold disc, at Clunes, '51 7*. 7 5* 3 ' - 8 S. Sixth After Trinity 7 ? 6 5 ? 3 - 9 M-.': ??*????? : 7* 6 5* 4 = 10 T/' 7* 6 5- 4 II W. ?' 7-6 5* 5 - 12 Th. Battle of the Bovne, 1690 7* 5 5* 5 13 F. ?? r.y. : ? ^ 7 7* '5 5- 6 14 s. ? ?? .. , ;r j-?;. , 7-: 5 5- 7 - 15 S. 'Seventh after .Trinity .7/. 4 5* 7 ' ?' r'16: M.v. l'v 'j:- ?? .????:; 7'-4: 5* 8 - ; 17 T. , \ ? . ...- 7* 3 5* 8 fl'8 W, S.W.A;A^Ldis. l622 7v3 S' 9 19 Th. I W V ? 7- 2 5*10 ? . 20 f. . x ':~w 7^2 5-10 . ; ^...

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THE LATE ME. WILLIAM TRENERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

THE LATE MR. WILLIAM TRENERY. I : ? ? . {Burrangong Chronicle.) - The following beautiful lines, evidently ? a newspaper extract, were found by his brother between tlie leaves of a copy of ' ? Milton's poems belonging to the late Mr. Trenery, and they seem to us to be so singularly appropriate to all the circum ; stances of his too early decease that we do not offer an apology for presenting them to our readers : — I LAY ME LOW I Lay me low, my work is done. | . - weary. Laymelow, | ; _ Where the wild flowers woo the sun, | Where the balmy breezes blow, | . Where the butterfly takes Wing, fr V ' Where the aspens drooping grow, j| ' Where the young birds chirp and sing. §| ; I am weary, let me go. j|' V-' I have striven hard and long f| In the world's unequal fight, | . Always to resist the wrong, I Always to Maintain the right, | . Always with flHalfeorn heart | Taking, givMUmow for blow. - ! ' Brother, I hav\»jted my part, I am weary lefpie gp. ! ' . Stern the world and bitter cold...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

H our present nuiAej, we print the: - boundaries of the ' ne^ iWnd District Of . ' ' Codtainundra ; and are l^appy in being ; 'alble. to congratulate the ^settlers in the district on. having at last secured the next great desideratum to the locomotive. We notice thai the styled in the: Gazette as ' Gootamundry,' and ^„w.ould suggest to the Vigilance Gom x. xnittefe that they should endeavour to - have it ohanged, and thus get rid of the last shred of confusion in the nomencla ture of the district,— always excepting, - 'of ' course, the one or two business people of the town who still adhere to the late pet name -pf the post-office, now happily, got rid of. ? ^e haye heard some complaints about the boundary line in a particular part of , ? the .district to whioh it woiild' be worth while to give some consideration. Be tween here and Murrumburrah, about ' eight or nine miles away, some settlers ' 1 who by trade are intimately connected , 'mth this town, are just excluded from fhe dist...

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PLANTING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

PLANTING FRUIT TREES. f \ (Illustrated' Sydney News.) 1 \ \ , ? No doubt mariy persons who have tried \ \ f their hands at fruit-culture have noticed \ v / considerable difficulty in getting young:trees \\; ' established. Time after time failures occur, ^ !.and/ years after, the first' planting1 blknVa ». - ^ ?have Ho^ be filled up. The best charice of || '^curing 'success lies in' planting ' early,' and rffi^pf^ent'iame- and-'seas^ii-' axe ''^yiotifable . f for the purpose. ' If put |nJnow, trees' will v: j be likely to take hold -of ground 'before ' */| the heat becomes ^00 powerful for them. ' /f Wheri .a iWee has stood'^in^ the nursery- till- | ithe.jWood t.becoines hardened, it is very ^ , liable to /fail; on being transplanted. . Hence, 1 the youngeft. trees, which, retain suppleness, ( Z^e.jlw/.jjejjprefe^ be -' , v looked upbri '/as a riecessary, adjunct' to the -! faririV/ /Certai^y the low ' prices /ruling of * late years' do not give iniich rettirri !in a ... money ; poin...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 5.58 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

LATENT NEWS FROM T,| *',? ?? SYDNEY. ? ?'W* ''vat*.?- ? fFrqm our Telegraphic Correspondent.) * Saturday^ 5*58 jp;iniK ' ' Trickett beat Rush in the Cliampion Race, with tlie greatest ease, by seven or eight boats' lengths. . Lf MoiNDAYr S'SO p:m. . The betting at the start of the Cham pion Race was seven to four on Trickett. Rufeh1 pulled namely to the end, but without the least 'hope. During the last two miles Trickett took it easy— several times stopping to wave his hat. 'A splendid course was kept. Rush -was twenty-two seconds behind Trickett. Time— Twenty-three minutes . twenty-six ; seconds. It is estimated that fifty .thou sand witnessed tHe' race.1 ? ' ' -A pablegram goes . to. \i London to-day, challenging Boyd or any other person now holding the championship in the old country to row Trickett oter Parramatta course for £1000 aside, allowing £300 for the Englishman' s . expenses. . One of the Davenport brothers died here yesterday. - ! ! The appointment of Sir ^William Jer ...

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DR. SCHOMBURGK ON GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

I ; , DR, SCHOMBURGK ON . GRASSES. . I oajtnot close the chapter on grasses : with out calling to. the minds of our sqtmtters and farmers the fact that , there' are few circum stances to which they have been so inatten tive as to the nature, arid produce' 'of their pasture' larids; viz. 'the' , grasses' arid fodder plants. // ;.-j . . It is also true that the cultivation of arti ficial grass and fodder plants can never be so general here as at home, on account of the large extent of pasture land in possession of the squatter, and on account of the insuper able difficulty arising from climate- and the droughts to which some parts of the colony are often subjected ; and there are not many European and foreign grasses which would live throughout the year and renew them selves annually. Many species of our native grasses, I am sorry to say, have already died from cultivation and depasturing since possession has been / taken by Europeans. Every one, especially the squatter, is aware *of ...

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DIAMOND PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

PJAMQND PUZZLE ? ? ? ? ? My fir^tHs grown in China, And used by rich and poor, And Noah in my secqnd saved v Himself and many more. My third assists pfeaestrians | \V.hen putting on. the pace, .^. ? And' my fourth' s a man, now guess who can,: That's won a glorious race. In every, room where fires are .?-/ My .:fifth' should always'fbe, And,^in many places soon I- fear ; My sixth you'll surely see. Again, my seventh and my eighth . Is used by rich and poor ; , ; ?' It's often usedto quench the thirst, I need not wm you more. ' - \ \ . ' W. M. E.'

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NEW LAND DISTRICT OF COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

' 1 i i ? NEW LAND DISTRICT OF COOTA : MUNDRA. . . ' J .,'E^S'AcinfG.part of the pastoral district; of. y .-.-Lachlan, counties of Bland, Harden, j and ^''Cla^endon : commencing at the confluence of /Naxraburra Creek with Yeo Yeo Creek ; and bounded on the north by Yeo Yeo Creek up wards to Tumbleton Creek; thence by. Tnm-. bleton Creek upwards to portion' Nd; 2, parish of Yarran ; thence by the west arid . ^south' boundaries of that portion southerly ? 'and. easterly and the south and east bounda ; i ; ries of portion No. 1 of that parish easterly '?and northerly to Tumbleton t)reek ; thence. ? ' by that creek upwards to the western bound-; ?ary of portion No. 10, parish of; Tuiribleton; - and- thence by the west and south boun da- . - ries of that portion southerly1 and easterly - and the south boundary of ' portion 9 and its ? easterly continuation to the boundary divid-' ; ing the parishes of Tumbleton arid Berthong, . ? 1 as shown on the map of the county of Bland, at the Surve...

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

\ ENIGMA. My first is a letby that's always used In the Sydney Herald arid Morning News. \ Now my first added on to my 2, 3, 4 , ; . ?Is an article used in fencing a moor ; ? And my 5, 6, 7 you've lost I'll be bound ? Of't times in the bush with darkness around. My whole, put together, no doubt you'll agree . Is the best mode of travelling o'er iknd'or sea. W. M. E.

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POETRY. IN MEMORIAM. ELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

./ ? '' / POETKY. ?I' . ; =,' / IN- MiBMOKIAM. ? -'??;; : 7 ELIZA. \ WRlT®N' ,lJy a Father on the deaih of an; : 1 ? extn^®ly affectionate daughter. , :? '? ,?? i^he has gone from my gaze, ; / The child of my heart, ; V; ! ., But I knew we must part. ? / -? The last look she gave me ? . .,/??? ? i i jShe seemed joyful and smiled, i f ,;; i Saying, ' Father, dear father; / ' Why*weep for your child : / ? Oft have I told you /: ? To dry up your tears,. / . ... ?.Jesus, kind Saviour, bears / \ The sins of my years ; I '' vH^cametomy bedside, / ( . Placed his hand on my heart, / / r ' Said,- ' Your sins are forgiven, J ' ! ' And from friends you must part.' ; I J said, . ' Blessed Saviour, N / ???'.???= Pray tarry awhile ; j ' Let me send for dear father — / I know he will smile : / 'When he hears such sweet accents / Repeated by me, j - . . It will bring to his mind . ; The Cross and the. Tree 1 ? And our Blessed Saviour : ' ; Who suffered for me.' 'I awoke in my bed, And dark did it s...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

. : EELIGIOUS SERVICES. i I/: I'CHUHOH OF ENGLAND.:' £ - i;'i r'A Sunday, July 15; ??-; . Miimuribte 11a.m. ; 7'3pp«m. . : Cootamim'dra, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. — ReV. W.; Cocks. ?-, Wallendbeen at 3*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

ft' ?$£ GltY BA NK, iW SYDNEY. S fpIB above Bank hits OPENED A w| J:' BBANCIL.at Ijoomnmndra for the iff transaction of im|usm ranking business. U thfc world. |m - The Branches untie/ the management of II Mr. J. I. PETBIE. / fm Oootamundra, / . III 30th January, 1«Y7. I DR. T., Gf./lVIMY, ? ;(Jlegally Qua^edTmaoical Practitioner, ) fAY be cq^ull^fl DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamunpra. j bighardj^Wechell, f jictioneer A^Co^missioiiAgent, Vr— ? -L— ? I H. G. DONOVAN, I SOLICITOR, l&c., / -STREET, i p jViSGA. I' p^fefcends GcWamundra every Court day. I SifetErriter, Houj^ainter, and f ~ ; Decorator, I Paperhanger and Glazier , \ COOffAjyUNDRA. ALL orders /^dcHted with the utraBT despatch^ ( I ijS I Vehicles parted upon the shortest notice. j Charges 'Moderate. 1 Saddlery Establishment, j OpOT^3WTCJ3Sri-K^- L KdTOBBS, I Saddyfi^i Harnessmaker. ^'TANWjicTtoEfcB of Gents' Light and Jjj_ .Pan/y Saddles an-jl first-class Stock ! and Breakuig-in Saddles, in all of which s bar-plated...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

ri PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. * Sunday, July 22. Cootamiindra, 3 p.m.— Rev. J. Spalding The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons. in ? — — I ? — — —

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

'WESLEYAN CHURCH. ... ,v.^, ? Sunday, July 15. . . .... ? Jindalee, 11 a.m. — Rev. W. HILL, Young Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto .-Wallendbeen, 7 p;m. — Ditto. ? ? ? ?

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. I Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending June 28 The business of the produce market during the past week has somewhat improved, and at present there is a much improved demand for all kinds of produce. In feeding grains | there have been some large : arrivals of maize, and prices of prime qualities have ranged from 2/11 to 3/. The former jprice has been given for large quantities hsuitable for export, and the latter for small trade i i lots. Oats have been sold at from ? 3/2 to 3/4 . Barley meets with but very little en quiry. In breadstuffs there has been very little of importance done. Flour may be | , quotea at irom £lb to Jblb. . Xnere nave | | been some small lots of colomal wheat in the 1 1 market, and the price realized ranges from I 6/- to 7/- Lucerne hay is much firmer, I but the demand for, oaten has considerably | weakened. Potatoes are rather dull ; sales | of Warrnambpoi'at^S/lO- to £4, and Circu lar Head,; at\£4/10)(- to £4/15. In dairy p...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

' ;; EAILWAY TIME-TABLE. - ,V ' i-OWN TRAINS LEAVE ; Sydney- daily (Stmday excepted) at 10 a:m. - . and 5*25 p.m.- ' I ' Pariamatta Junction; 13 miles; ; 10*34 a^m. and 5*58 p.m.; fares, 2/- and 1/4 j Fairfield, IS'miles, 10-48 tod 6*11; 2/9 and - - VH,;;;;1/10 . ; ' Liverpool, 22 miles, ll'3 and .6*26 ; 3/8 and 275 '? t r ? 1 ?: -V.:' Campbelltown, 34 miles,. 11t40 and 7*0 ; 6/9 v' ,..V. ? ? .J. and . 4/5 ? ? ? ? ? ' ' ': Menangle, 40 miles, ll'56 and 7;16 ; 8/6 and ihWiS/B JS- j. PictOn, 53 miles,. ..-.12*40 and 7*58 p.m. j; 12/ ? ? and 7/6 .. .. '? i ' '^^Mittagbng; 77 miles, 2*16 and 9*25 ; ?19/6,ahdi '- 13/6 - v. i'(;: . Bowal, 80 miles'f i2*18Aaiid 9*33 ;. 20/6 and '! , 14/6 : -:^-rraT^--;rrTC^/M j ' Moss Yale, ,86.,^es, 2:35, and ^^SO^ 22/3/ , r.,- ,,and 15/9 ; , .,\ 'v ? -?) ;? I . - ' ^tlMafuiahjUl^iniiles/S^S.and 10.*§6j 3l/;ahd, j ? . '22/9 ' ' . ' ''. v I .1' c u Goulburn/ 1 34 miles, 4*40 and.li;55, ;;i;37/3 v :' . ; f,„ftnd 27/9; . . - . ^ : 1 Ul lf ' ' - Bredalbane, 1...

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COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. Duking the past wfeek frosts haye been very- severe, each morning the ground being white as if covered with snow. During the day the weather has been warm/and pleasant with no indications of rain. Some of the late crops, it is feared, will suffer from the effects of the frbsts, and a few showers just now would be acceptable. Advices of a further improvement at the close of the late London wqpl sales have im parted a. hardening tendency to Our metro politan market. Only od:d lots have Tbeen offered during the month,, -and of these very little fleece. This week there was an active demand for greasy at an advance of about a farthing per lb. Sheepskins have been in good supply, and were£ bought freely at slightly improved quotations, full-woolled sernng at to 7d., medium at .4d. to 4f., pelts and shorts, at 2d. $o 2|d. At Sydney a fall in line home markets has caused a reaction in the value of hides and tallow. The former have declined nearly three fart...

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