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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 18th July. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 18th July. ' ' Country Lots : Lot A, portion 58, 40a, c. Buccleuch, p. Wagara, on the road from Tumut ; to . Dar balara, and partly on both banks rof 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, adjoining the western bound ary of A. M'Kinrion'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. Wyriyard, p. Adelong, oh the road from Tumberumbapto . to Adelong, near the crossing of Adelong Creek, and adjoining the southern boundary of portion 467. £7/11/- per lot. On Wednesday,' $th August. ? . Country Lots: . : Lot A, portion 46, 26a 2r, p. ;Cooba, lying between southern boundaries .of T. Turner's conditional purchases Nos. 42 and 43 of 200 acres each, and the northern boundary of J. Jenkins's portion No. 33 of 174£a, p.'Tenan dra. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

By the courtesy of Mr. Leary we have before us a copy of the Bill to make Better Provision for the Representation of the People in the Legislative Assembly, introduced by Sir Henry Parkes on the 10th instant 5 but, of all the ? Parliaments which have ever been as sembled in this colony, we think the Tvpoaonf. rvnfi so far n.s t.bfi 'nfitlifir ; . house^ is. concerned, is the least quali ; . fied to consider such an important matter , ..y . as an electoral bill ; and for this reason ' . we shall not for our part feel seriously , ' disappointed if it should not succeed in . : passing the measure through before the termination of its unhappy existence. :The people of the colony generally, we are persuaded, are sick of such a dis creditable Parliament ; and the press of the colony must be weary of their stric tures upon it. To have it regenerated is a consummation very devoutly to be wished. It will be a blessing if the olon+n-nal 'Rill all mil rl mwo-o a moonR -fo ? siicii a desirable ...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT POLICE OFFICE, COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 8th August. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

THE LAND. ' LAND SALES.' AT POLICE OFFICE, COOTAMUNDEA. On Wednesday, 8th August. Country Lots : ? ' '' Lot A, portion 122, 40a, c. Bland, - p. Congou, on both banks of Congou. Creek, arid adjacent to part of eastern boundaries of portion 55 and W. Mackay's conditional purchase portion, 56, of 40a each, p. Yeo Yeo. Cucumbla run. , Lot B, portion 9, 40a, c. Bland, p. Moon bucca, on a small watercourse j' and adjoin ing' the southern boundary of water-reserve No. 901, and the western boundary of por tion 8 of 40a, Narraburra run. Upset price £1 per acre.

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PETTY SESSIONS, COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY, JULY 13. BEFORE Mr. W. Love, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

PETTY SESSIONS, COOTAMUNDRA. - Friday, July 13. Before Mr. W. Love. P.M. ; John' Green, « brought up/ charged^ with* ?having made use of obscene languago in the public street, pleaded guilty, and was fined 20/- or one month in Gundagai Goal. Robbery. - George Clarke, labourer, was charged with the robbery of a sum of money from one John Graham on the night of Wednesday, the 11th instant. „ Senior-constable JrarKer deposed: une John Graham reported to him ithat he had been robbed of £24, comprising four £o notes and four £1 -notes, all on t£ie City Bank;V from information he receivfed . he accosted the prisoner and called him aside at Mr. Gown's inn to speak to him in reference to the robbery ; in * answer to questions prisoner stated that he had £7 or £8 in his possession, but no £5-n6tes ; he had changed four single notes at Gregory's inn and one at Gown's; he said he might have changed a £5-note ; he did not know what bank it was on, as he could neither read nor write ; he said he...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. Railway Traffic. ---Tho; number of pas sengers that were booked at Goulburn for other station's on the Great Southern Rail way during the month of June wad 883, per- ; sons. . There was a considerable, .increaso: in the goods, traffic last week, .the quantity ? of. goods brought by rail to Goulburn being . no- , less than 372 tons 11 cwt. ,2 qrs., and the quantity sent awky by train' was 148 tons ,19 cwt. lqr.y making a total of 221' tons 10 cwt.' . 3 cjrs. ! : Last Thursday was ^ a busier' da^ than*' ; ?f.lini ' rvfflninla ! ,d+' . 'i { V: ' ' uxxw viiiwiwiw wu uuu .guuuo OUCU 1111X0 UX* perienced for some time, there being upwards ; of. :7 00; tons of merchandise loaded ifor des patch hy.mil —Southerib An/us. ' ... , ,G-as:in Railway Carriages.— On Mon- , day night one of the ; firstTclass carnages i that came from Sydney to Goulburn was lit .with gas the whole way under the- scheme now being tested and introduced by Mr. W. II. Smith of Toronto, Canada, the gentlema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

MR. JOMN/R^SSELL, Bubr^^^rp Jr/T oung, Attends Cootam^ca-a/every Court day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

THE GfTY BANK, SYDN1Y. THE 'above -iTaT^OPENED A BRAN OHv^-'^otamiindr a for the transaction o^Stru&ml banking business. AGENCIES throughout tlie world. The Breach is tinder the management of Mr. J. LfPETRlB, Cootamimdra, ''-? 30th JT&nuary, 187,7. DR./ T . G I VI MY, L. A. B.S. , (A LEGALfcY^maJmKi Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. RIGHmOIITCHELL, Auction^^^^vnmission Agent, H. G. DONOVAN, SOLICITOR, &c., PITZM T E BET, W agga. ^ Attends Cootamundra every Court day. Xt » XC Sign-writer, House-painter, and Decorator, Paperhanger and Glazier, C 0 ? ALL 'oi^lfitfj ^agped with the utmost despatch. Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. Charges Moderate. Saddlery Establislimeitf, -b00a?-A.3^ETJITX)K^.. Manufacturer of Gents' Light and Fancy Sadjdles and first-class Stock and Breaking-in 'Saddles, in all of which bar-plated trees ai^e used. U- ? ? — {d? Old Saddles bought or exchanged. T. M. KYANS. Wholesale &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

fcf* Notice. To , the Inhabitants of Cootamundra and surrounding Districts. The .it n p m|i gned will shortly ppei J a I BOOT /MCTOHlV xx w«T,otiiNJ)iyC / 'Where every flswi iption of boo/ will «e Select stock cti// ? ' I fh I English and\QolomA/ jj B /' f ' Ladie^ycclGl Gent^* BOOTS always on mmd. I 4 OCr* ChildreA'^oots made to order. . - rEENRY aCURRY. (it* jyotice^ ?- ANY person tavin^or- Ipowing of any 1 sheep braiM^d vftth the Manx Arms (three running Vg^\R .lan» black and oil, will greatly obliWlb^lWdtig me word by .letter or otherwise \\ I A.Vn\ TAfLOR, 1 V iFrampton, -| Cootamundra. June 11, 1877. | EyTolet, OR one .^\]-ft£taore, TWO GRASS PADD®HjK«* (fa) the c Qootamundra. Creek. Appl^Sf-'X 7 ' PAl^rar & JAMES^R^AN. - W. A. BYRNE, ? AUCTIONEER, Stock, Station^ aiid General Coiiimfesion/Jigent, G^hdjMpRA. Sale-yardls /pposite Albion Hotol. Officer at Albion Hotel. ? ' Q ALES of si/ck and other property held O E VERY'SATURD AY. at 2 p.m. . Thoso having stock for sale...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

~ 1 TOfeRIAGa DENIFF — R^AM./-July K, in the Catho lic Church /yrU C/o/amundm, by the Rev. Patter Butyaf ^JjpflN Dmniet to Annie ? Teresa, the^Miro/ daug/ter of Mr. Peter ; Ryan, of Grovepeq«, Cootamundra. COOTAMUNDRA HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1877.

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GOLDBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. MELBOURNE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

GOLDBROUGH'S MONTHLY REPORT. Melbourne, Julv,9. Wool.— The quantity offering at this season of the year is very limited, the total cata logued during the month being about 800 bales, including some parcels of last season's clip which had been detained during transit, owing to the rivers not being navigable. The prices obtained have been fully up to late rates, competition being -brisk. The English advices are more encouraging, the London sales having closed on the 27th ultimo at nrices eaual to those wlnVh . x ? ' — M wxw UUIXXJIIU UlU the termination- of the March series. The reduction established at . the opening of the sales has thus been recovered ; and notwith standing the war. now going on, the trade appears to be in a healthy state with a rea sonable probability of. present prices being sustained. It is- estimated that the next series of sales will include about 300,000 bales, which should be readily absorbed if manufacturers are moderately well employed. Our^advices from the...

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QUARANTINE REFLATIONS ON THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

QUARANTINE REGliLATIONS ON - . THE. .BORDER. ? ( Argus.) ' ' v ? ' J In discussing the proposed sheep -tax which, has been ,'suggested as a, retaliatory measure; against the. quarantining of Victorian s.tock; at the Murray, the' New ' South Wales press appears to misconceive the position occupied; by this colony as regards the eradication of? Scajb,/ and ; the - official ; mind is : probably /no better informed. -We are g-lad to learn - that ! the New South Wales Government intends - to^ modify the obnoxious regulations,, but ' what we want is ah entire' abolition and this ?Lwli ? ? JJ 1. -J! - :ll, ilL Avw uuiitfvtf vvuuia utj grtuiiua u uu ine c u%- , cunistahces were thoroughly apprehended. As the previous existence of acab amongst rdu¥/flbcks 'has been the - cause . of the whole ? difficulty, r we- think it advisible to make a plain statement of the facts of the case. The ? 'Sydney Mommy Herald, with an imperfect knowledge of what has been done in this colony, admits that the st...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending July 12 : — In feeding grains, maize has during the past week been gradually .decreasing in price, and on Saturday and Monday, several sales of large lots were made at 2/9. Since then, however, I have made a sale of some 300 bags at 2/10. This is the highest price ob tained during the week. A good demand exists for oats, the supply being meagre, English barley meets with a better enmiirv. but cape shows no improvement. In bread stuffs, fiour has been in better demand, ' and for^ superfine Adelaide £19. has been the ruling figure. There have been several sales of Sydney flour at from £18. Wheat shows no improvement, but there is very little offering, the general opinion being ? that wheat must advance. ? In dairy produce, prime butter -is still very scarce, and there is great 'difficulty in . procuring sufficient to meet requirements ; any probability of an advance, however, is prevented by the large arrivals from...

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THE MEMBERS FOR BIRMINGHAM AND "THE CLAIMANT." [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

THE MEMBERS FOR. . BIRMINGHAM ' : : ?' AND 'THE CLAIMANT.' ; ? r ; f Daily Neius.J The secretary 01 a branch or tlie Magna iQliarta, Association; sent to: each; pf . the members for Birmingham a .summary of the evidence ^produced in ( favour,- pf 1 the Claimant, and asked the lion, gentlemen ?to assist in obtaining -a'-rehearing of the case. ' 'In reply Mr. ' John Bright wrote to .Mr. , Charles;, .^Vilkins :^' Dear. Sir, -pi -have.tp acknb'wledge the receipt- pf ^tlie paper which you have seni me .on the rrinlilim'no ' a 1 ' T ' Q nlr '\rrvll' f Oi' f.lin o. kjkj-l i.,iu.au;x*- ? - ju ' uuiviija; i v vk : * fi'ieiidly tone of your letter. I must, ;howeyer, ask you .to excuse me if- I de cline to enter into the question again. _ I ;haye. .^o, often expressed my settled opinion upon it that I have nothing further to say.' ? In his reply- to the application, Mr. Chamberlain said he 'had no doubt those on whose , behalf the letter, -was written^ honestly ^ 'bblieved^at'aii inno cent. ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

j Department of Lands, - . Sydney, 22iid Jirne, 1877, ( Notice is hereby given, that the Lands specified, in the annexed Schedule, conditionally purchased at, the Land Office, Gundagai, are now, owing to the division of that District, comprised within the New Land Office, District of Cootamundra. ' 4 r RICHARD DRIYER. S ? ?? ? _i— ? r ? : ? ? ? ; ? ? — Name. Area. County. ' ; ' Remarks. - a. r. p.. . - ' Patrick Burne Hurley ...... ;57 28 Harden Balance paid Patrick M'Gowan ? ? 186 2 11 „ I do Jolm Morris. ............. . . 143 . , JolmMoris, jun. ............ |56 1 „ Thomas Harrold ? 120 ,, Edmund Harrold ? {50- 3 „ Patrick Kennedy ? ...... 58 3 17 Trsf . to M. Morris— bal. paid Charles Morris ? 189 3 ' „ Charles Morris ? ? ? 130 „ - Patrcik M'Gowan ? 83 3 „ Balance paid Alfred Gregory ... '52 „ Thomas Harrold ? ? ? ? ? ? 51 ,, Edward Quinlan ? ^0.2 „ James Ryan ? ? ? 47 „ - Michael Quinlan ? . ? 54 1 j „ Transferred to Edward Quinlan John Albert Hallynan ? 50 . ; „ Now in name of ...

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POETRY. WHY BIDDY AND PAT MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

. POETEY. ' , ? 'WHY BIDDY AND PAT MARRIED. ' ' ' Oh, why did ypu marry him,' Biddy P : ' Why did you take Pat for yaur spouse ? 1 Sure'he's neither, purty nor witty, ' ' And his;h^r as red as a. cow's ! . ? You might had your pick had you waited !? . You'd done a dale, better with. Tim ; ; And Pheliiii O'Tople was exp.ectin'— ion .coulcm t do better nor ium. Ypuialic .of us young people courtin'—; „ ,;r Pray tell bow your courtin' began, ! I ; When ypu were a widdy woman, : ; - . ; ; . - And he was a widdy man.' ' Tim' and Pat, miss, ye see, was acquainted Before they came oyer tlie sea, , 'When Pat was1 a-courtin', Nbrah, ' ° fAnd' Tim was a-courtin' 1119, : . j, ; She did. not know ^nriiph, ..poor Norah,' ' ; '.''Npr, 'for, that m|bt, .neither dijdpPat; \ He had; not tlie instinct of some . one] , . , . . _ But, no one had then told him that ; But he soon' found, it out foi^mself , , . .For.life at best's, but. a span-rr- , , . ? .When I was a widdy woman, ? And he was;a widdy ma...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT WOMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

PUBLIC MEETING AT WOMBAT. (Coi'resjiondent Burrangony Argus.) 03ST the evening of Saturday, the 7th instant, a public meeting, which had been announced by advertisement in the local journals, was held at Lewington's Australian Anns, Wom bat, its object being the formation of at Free Selector's Association in connexion with that already established in the neighbouring town of' Murrumburrah. The attendance was all that could be desired, many having come from a long distance in order to be present at the inauguration of the embryo society. Mr. Bruce Frater having been unanimously elected to the post of chair man, commenced proceedings by reading the advertisement announcing the meeting;, having done so, in a few remarks he briefly explained the objects of the propos'ed asso ciation, but declined to enter into particulars until it should be un fait accompli . He then called upon Mr. M 'Arthur to propose the first resolution ; whereupon that gentleman, being seconded by Mr. Minehan, prop...

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TREATMENT OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

TREATMENT OF THE SOIL. \{Brdiihv6pd *Dis]patc7ij.y . ? Several persons' in and about Braidwood haye this year planted the prickley. , com frey, the prolific gfowtli of which has been so much extolled, and in all cases it is- said- to - be- doing remarkably well. It would be a great thing for the grazier if/it 'succeeded here, as cattle 'and horses are likely to thrive upon it, and when .the soil and tillage is suitable; the yield' is enormous.. One or^two, parties haye got nil nlan 'cnmft fvf A movifnn vva was distributed recently by - the Metro-, politan Agriculturar ' Association, ''and' wjhich is likewise a new plant iii the cplony^Wdvis ^s^id'to be': capable of yi\xLd-\ ing as much as forty tons to the acre. A' few acres of this' and the comfrey, which^Mr.- 'Holro3rd, who first introduced it? iii the /colony; tells: us will give from fifty to one; hundred aind- fifty tons to; the acre'^:#?)^^^^ 'more ' ' to; 'support ahihial life during the winter season than the mtheredrahd'sca...

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THE FARM SMUT IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

\ ' vV 'vTHE. FARIYL .. .. . SMUT IN WHEAT; ? - A'coekespondent of the Ca7tfri-hium\ A:gH citliurist that the cause of - origin of smut- is cracked grains, which have j ust Vitality ehdugh^ to germinate and 'grow.-, 'Very few scientists ' or scientific farmers, I think;:agree with him,. on this point ; for it 'will- require very- ' 'little observations v and but a few experiments to 'show that; tlie *theQry has no fact for' its support. JtLe:also,says , . ' Wheat 1 threshed .on 'the. ground by, the tramping , of. horses and sown without . the. application of any preparation to it, . does :not- produce -smut; Wheat that falls to'theigrqimd'iii/the jfiield ;and makes* a volunteer crop ' does not produce smut: ' ' Suchwheat, like any. other, may blastf-^: that, is, a hiack substance is fouiid inthe' place i of. the'; grain, ':wliich blows. , away r beijgre , ..harvest y, } 7 but , ;the , real' J:- smut , re-; . m^ins,in its: f; sack'; still -after /threshing.! Probably- the 1 cause /of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

COMMERCIAL STORE COOTAMUNDRA. '' J. S I MP SO N '^jjpTSilES to thank ]. numerous Erie 's^for the liberal 'support t'-iey have accorasd him during ti^me he^as been in busi ness, now nearly five years, and begs to^p^ainjiih^m that he is con stantly adding to his Stock of DRAPBIfcY, - GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES, ETC., ETC., to which large additions have just been made. Having Purchased at Greatly Reduced Prices he is in a posi tion to offer Goods on the most Reasonable Terms. Special allow ance made to Cash purchasers. Blaijkets, Calicoes, Winceys, and Dress Materials CAN- BE HAD AT aREATLT REDUCED PRICES. laf* COME AND INSPECT THE STOCK. JggJ Agent for Victoria Fire, Life, Marine, and Fidelity Guarantee Association. j Agent for 'Nonpareil' Eye Lotion. ' ? ? ' I RILEY BROTHERS' ORIGINAL £5 BALES, 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...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 12.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. f From our Telegraphic Corresjiondent.'J Monday, 12*45 p.m. Mr. Garrett's resolution, in favour of increased grants for repairs and main tenance of main and minor roads were carried on division by eighteen to sixteen. Heavy gales with continuous rains have prevailed since Thursday. Serious marine disasters are reported, including the total loss of the steamship ' Yarva. Yn.rrn..' . fin mm m'lipll master with all hands, eighteen, on an oyster bank at Newcastle. : Two men have been drowned in open sewers in i^ie city. The Government have ordered a large amount of ^torpedo stores from England vqn the ...recommendation of Sir William Je^oisX;* '''? , ? ! T% Wi^mpoa has arrived at Mel bourne; fort^-three days out, anticipat ing the Brindisi and' San Frahcisco news. The English mails via San Francisco arrived at Auckland on Sunday last. The. Victorian Government- have ac cepted Guleen's tender for the convey ance of mails' -by Cape route, thirteen trijDes annually...

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