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PASTIME. ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

r P^STIIVIfe ENIGMA. - -By W. M. E. . . ? Where, e'er you go, no matter where, j ? My first will greet your sight ; ??*., ? 1 ? I'm crayedby all both great and small From the peasant the knight. ' My second's known to every one, It's used on fl^d and sea ; At a country fair the lads they stare, And how they welcome me. ;. iT/ i None but brave hearts do use my whole, . \And1ihis I'm sureyou know — That a friend in need, is a friend indeed, And many's proved me so. ? Answer to W.O.P.'s diamond puzzle A ? A P E taPer A P P'LETT ' .'''V - S L E'e P ' 11 ' aT'e ? . . T . — W.M.E., Cootamundra

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LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND THE EAST. MELBOURNE, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

LATER NfyWS I&QM EUROPE Aijfo TK^EASBL1. I i * - * f Telegram to o. a. Herald. J . ' , V , J Ju^y 3. The steamlKift Kent, \yiiieh arri\$^ yes terday, brin^iaews o£.fca»week; later - date than' th^tybrojWlt by; the last inward mail. , TM follyving are some of the principal items .1 The Hon. Edwara J S. Pierrepoint, American Minister aV jLondon, who be came popular, is aboutlo leave. At an Anti-Russian I demonstration in Hyde Park, 15,000 peiions were present. A resolution was 'oalsed denouncing JL ^ # '? j Russia and condemningithe atrocity agi tators. ; A verdict of manslaughter has been returned against Mr. Thomas; manager of the Welsh mine where nine miners were rescured, on the ground of culpable negligence. The Bey of Tunis, who was summoned by the Sultan to. send an army contin gent, has excused himself on the score of financial inability, but will allow his sub jects to join the Turks as volunteers. The Pera correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph writes, on May. 17 : — ...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR^ -July. *. . . ;; PHASES OF THE MOON'. L&stQuai^r . . .. 4th, 7*6 a.m. .. Nefar MooSjj^S;:,^ . . 11th, 8*11 a.m. . /v/Firs^Quar^/^v-,-. ... 17th,. 11*17 p.m. Eull Mbon ,. ?V. . 25th, 5*24 p.m. ?° ' ' » : V ; . ' v, a, ' sun ,I)ays. \ Memoranda. w ' V .. ? \ \ X 3. co s,v - \ V ro © r : . J'. . ? ? xjij ? ? W 03 1 S. FlET^APTEkTRINIT^ 7' 7 5* 0 2 M. Sir Robt. Pee^died, 1830 7* 7 5; 0 ?„ 3 T.v ' V \7-7o-l! 4. W Am T-nrlni^anrl^nolai l7* *7 I r\- 1-' ...r5 Th. . . . : . '.s 7- 7 5: 2 \;..- 6 F. ... ''v. 7* 7 5* 2 c , / 7 S. , Gold disc, at Glunes, ? '51 7; 7 5*3 8 S. Sixth after. Trinity .7-6 5' 3 .9 1, 7' 6 5- 4 10 T. ...? 7- 6 5* 4 V 11 W. ' C 7* 6 5*. 5 , 12 Th. Battle of the Boynfe, 1690 7* 5 5\ 5 ? ' *13 F; Hv '? * ? 7 * V 5 5: 6 14 S. ' ;. ' sV' 7?;,:5 5* 7 15 S. Seventh after Trinity 7* 4 5- 7 16 M. V 1 ? 7* 4 5- 8 17 T. ' ' . ' ? ^ 7' 3 5* 8 18 W. S.W. est. Aust'l. djk 1622 7' 3 5* 9 .19 Th. | 7*2 5-10 20 F. . S. fe 7- 2 5*10 ' 21 S. Robert Burns diMf 1...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS. ] London, July 6. The British Mediterranean . Squadron lias gone to Besi^q^ jJa,y, for greater con venience of conKLLunication with Mr. Layard, the British representatives at Stamboul, or with England. , ?' July 7. ' A Turkish official despatch, states that there was twelve lv /-?' lighting ttUUUl) bWtJUUy JJL11H.O LJ.'JLU CUUL that the Russians .w^re ? defeated v.'ith heavy losses, and wure compelled to faii ? back. Suleman Bey, at the liead of the Turk ish troops, *i& marching towards the '^.Danube. » The BulgaVtyftls have sacked Histovel. ^ The money market is . easy. The bank ; rate of discount is 24- per cento Aus ?' tralian securities are buoyant. The wheat market is quiet. South - Australian is quoted at 64/- to 66/ ; New, Zealand, 60/. # July 9. The report respecting the defeat oi the Russians at Beila has not yet been eon firmed. According to a Russian de spatch the Russians occupied Beila on the 5th. instant. Ac...

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LAND INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

r LAND INQUIRIES. It is 'notified for the information of all parties . interested, that information'having been re ceived to the efiect that the conditions as to residence or improvement have not been, or are not being, fulfilled in respect to the undermentioned conditional purchases, the claims of the holders of isuch purchases have been^ severally referred to Commissioners for inquiry, pursuant to the Lands Acts Amend ment Act, 1875. Burrowa District : Henry Brown, five lots, various areas, c. Harden, p. Binalong. ? Cootamundra District. : William Bir- : mingham, 4Qa., c. Harden, p. Cowcumbla; Ellen Birmingham (spinster, transferred to Thomas Joseph Ryan), 40a., c. Harden, p. Cowcumbla; Thomas Brown, '40a., c. Har den, p. Cullingar; , John Micha'el Milan, 40a., c. Harden, p. Cowcumbla. ? Gundagai District * ?Robert Beaver, ;,.320a.'i c. Wynyard, p. Mundaloo; Francis Cyrus Crowe, 20a, c. Harden^ p. Gobarra long; James M'Grath, sen., 320a., c. Wyn yard, p. Tarrabundra. ; ' , ; Young...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. LIST No. 12. 15th June, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

! ? UNCLAIMED LETTERS. -List No. 12. 15th June, 1877. ? - ' ?. ' Parties applying for unclaimed letters at the General Post-office are requested s give the correct No. of the letter, with \- ; the date and No. of the list in which they - ? . may have observed their names. * Bethungra: 9 Edward Barnes, car penter; 171 Mr. Coglan; 23 Jas. Egan ; .11 John Isaac; 94 H. Wm. Jordan,, Mullah Station (2). BSSJ&W3'' Thos. Collins; 179 Mr. Cole, wheelwright ; 248 J . Court, black smith ; 29 Luke Margetich. r Cootamundra : Chas. Day; 89 J. W. V J. Atkinson ; 303 W. H. Byrne ; 80 Mrs. W. Dillon ;a38 George Ellis ; 62 Joshua Ever$$on; : 3- -:W. Gales ; 70 P, M. : i, 1 ' Glinn ; 11 6 - 'WmV (ireen ; 3 9 ? Mr. Ham mond,- jun. ; : 120 C. Henry,; 33; James ' . Jfeff ; 58 D.^ Johnston ; 1 P. B. Xadge ; , ; 53 Rv.Littlfe, tailor ; 54 J. B. Loan ; 275 Mr. Molloy, farnfer; 296 T. Moore ; 13 H. Neddy; .21 ^eHson & Co.; 41 ,G. Noble; 125 R. Price ; 24 Jas.Eeed; 60 Edward Riley; 163 Samuel ...

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COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

COMMERCIAL Herald Ofiic&, Monday. The weather during the past week has been very cold and bleak. During the latter part rain' set in with a promising appearance, but nothing more than' a few slight showers fell. Many of the surrounding districts have been visited with a downfall, and judging from the changes lately experienced we may ex pect shortly to be yisited by a good supply. Frosts have not been prevalent lately, in fact the whole season, so far, has been a very mild one, the frosts experienced not being sufficiently severe to do any considerable damage. Messrs. Quail and Co's auction sale last week was very will attended, the whole of the property submitted, comprising draught horses, harness, and tip-drays,' were sold at satisfactory prices. \ : . Goulburn Herald, Friday. The weather has taken a change, and hardly any frosts have been noticeable since Sunday last. Rain has threatened for two or three days past, but only a few slight showers have fallen in the neighbo...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 17 July 1877

ITEMS OF NEWS. At Gunnedah, cattle are dying in oonsiderr able numbers from starvation, and free se lectors are heavy sufferers. Branches of the New South Wiiles and Commercial Banks have been opened at Coonamble, and the prospectus of the Coon amble Independent, to start early in, August, has been issued. , . £1000 ;to £800 was the amount of a bet made on the champion sculling- match, ?Rush'v/ Trickett. 'Ail address was presented to Mr, C. J. Pitt*', master of the Gunning school,, on Fri .dayjv^Oth June on- the occasion of his re moval to Richmond, to take charge of the Public ScHbol there. Mr. John Gale \as been appointed curator of the Q,ueanbeyan 'Recreation Reserve. ; Mr. Aiijio.s Swift, an old resident of Bown ing, was fqii^d dead on the 1st instant. An inquest was held and a verdict of died from i the bursting of a blood vessel given. A hand ball match, for the championship of Australia and one hundred pounds, has; been arranged between LanganandHannon. The money to be paid t...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 8th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday , 8 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 13 . of 200 acres each, and the northern boundary of J. Jenkins's portion No. 33 of 174£a, p. Tenan dra.. Nangus run. Lot B, portion 31, 53a 2r, p. Mitta Mitta, adjoining the eastern boundary of W. Offer's conditional purchase No. 29 of 60a, and the western boundary of conditional purchase No. 1 of 200a. Mitta Mitta run. Lot C, portion 162, 24a 2r, p. Kimo, lying between the southern boundary of Henry Metcalf's conditional purchase No. 161 of _60 acres, and the northern boundary of Mary E. Wood's conditional purchase No. 155 of 40a. Nangus run. Lot D, portion 111, 320a, p. Nangus, situ ated about 80 chains westerly from D. Pol lack's conditional purchase No. 112 of 50a, and adjoining the northern boundary of re serve No. 83. Nangus run. Exclusively of . a road one chain wide. pr Lof E, portion 87, 40a, p. Want...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 8th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. ^ AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday. Sih August. Country Lots: ^ Lot A, portion 122, 40a, c. Bland, . p. Congou, on 'both banks of Congou Creek, and 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, 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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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

- :: RAILWAY time-table; : , DOWN' TRAINS ! LEAVE , ' ' . Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) ; at. 10 a.m. and 5, *25 p.m. ...... *Parramatta. Junction,.: 13. miles, ,1b; 34. a.in. * P?m.; ;. ..fares,^2/r 'Fairfield, 18 miles, 10*48 -andrO'-lii.; 2/9,. and . .^'lyiO;^, i: .. Liyerpool, 22 miles, 11:3 'and ,6*26 j,. 3/8; and .' Mfir. ' ?/? 1 ?:?!'?* ''oti-i v-';i CampbeHtown, |34 miles, .ll^O.and 7;0;; ,,;6/9 ?r:';'f'aBd i/o' \-W-t Mehanglej^O miles,. 11 '56^114 7;,16 ;, 8/6 p,nd ? .; ; ;;i r.stf'ir Kcton, 53 miles, 12*40 and 7*58 p.m. ^12/. . and 7/|S,. if.,.;;,.. rhln-rtiwt ? Mittagong, 77 miles, j2*l6 and-9'25 ; 19/6 and . i3/6 ' ,fS Bowral, SO mll^es, 2*18 and 9*33;' 20/6 and ' ' . . ' 14/6 1 ' Moss Vale, 86 miles, iZ'So iand 9*50; 22/3 _ _:„.-and.lp/9... ? i--'- ? ? — ? Marulan, 114 miles;: ^o andvl0*56 ; 31/ and ? ? 22/9 ''L;....!!. ^ . ? ; Goulburn- 134 miles, y4;40 ;and-ll*55 ; -37/3 .. . Bredalba.ne, J.49. mileSj 5,36,j^»d;..0,-3Qia m,(t; j- '' ''4iy3' arid 30/6' \\{ Gunning, 16...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

? ? POSTAL. TIME-TABLE. ^ ? Sydney Ma6*.', ? Sydney piail, on Tuesday,- Thi^cs^ay,! dnd' Saturday, : ' ' Airives at^Murrumburrah at 4»30 a.in. Leaves Mmrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. ? ; Leaves. Wallendbeen at 7 a.m.^ 1 Arrives at ootamundra at 8.15 a.m. ; -- :Leayes.ootamundra at 8.45 a.m. . J \ ' l: : ungSgong. at,. 10 a.m. , . : — — ~ Bethungra at - il .45 . a.m. ; , « - . r ; . »j f ? Junee at 3.15 p.m. . — r-r-7- Wallaceton at-5-p.m.; , t „-(« Arriving dt'W!agga sit X p'.m..' , WAgga Mail. f t , . , ;The i^fAoaA mail,1 on Monday, WecLnesday, and Friday, -' LeavesiWaggp. at 6 a.m. ^ ?r!!' ? . ?Waliaceton at 8 a.m. '^ : / . ' i ? /? ? Junee at 10 a.im. s ? - ? Bethungra at I9. 30 a.m. ^v!': l-ra' ? ungegong at 1 p.m. v Arrives . at ootamundra at 3;p.m. 'vr;r-' / . Leaves ootamundra at 3.30 ,p,m. J ? ? — Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. j Arrives at Murrumburrah at 8. 30., p.m. Leaves MumiifthufTab^ ? Moittdayi aitiqt. tVidayi at 4 a.mf» || | | ^SmyefiT on Mohda^ and Thursday, 7 . 30 ' p.'ni. Temoea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

MANCHE^E- IJNITY. ^ SUMMONED MEETING of members ] J\_ of tM above will be heldVt the Lodge room,, on Tk;tte.sdat, July 26,)to consider tlie best rnVans of celebrating me Anniver-. ^ary of theJLodge. COunfry Members are requested to attend; By oraer of N.Q-. Jof^faOBLE, r r, AVitdijfeAXK & RETAIL, , , ^ BUT^MEBK ? ^allem^m^imefi^^ootammdfi'a, BEGS t^WfWbVlnbabitants. of Coota / muA^fraand surrounding/ djstoi ct: tha rai T j BTJTCfeXNG BUSINESS: . / lajfcel^con-^pted/l)y Mr.'' FgkbesJ 'ai$ trusts by ..civility rand/ stricp, attention to/orders to ? iriem a share 01 pubKc^pfepDrt.l^/ui. . v-:- Small Goods of every description always no band;/ it . ' A «.* ^ „ . ; Hides; %EE&sMtfs,-i&o.:j Purchased. g ? IB O OTIMI-AJSIIEj I?,, Par leer -sked) Coo tammdra , . 'OEGS to^njfera the babaj^ants ; that be IT- -:-bas- ? comj^feggtf Jauaja^s ; ;alid hopes, by keepin^^fcrns Ifeyc mrfreTial that , can be obtained, and by. ^pd . workmanship, to merit a fair share ^support.' ...

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GLEANINGS FROM PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

GLEANINGS PROM PARLIAMENT. Estimates. — In the Assembly on Monday, the 9th instant, the following were passed with other estimates: — Court-house, Mur rumburrah, £1200; repairs and alterations to Court-house and lock-up, Gundagai, £1000. In the estimate for roads and bridges the following were passed:— Bridge over Yeo Yeo Creek, Bland, £800 ; bridge over Cun ningham ^ Creek, on the road to Murrum burrah railway station, £750. IMPROVEMENTS ON CONDITIONAL PUR CHASES. — A point of great importance to free-selectors with reference to improve ments on conditional purchases, has, we understand, been lately decided by the Min ister for Lands. By section 17 of the Crown Lands Act Amendment Act it is provided as » follows :— ' The period of three years within which the conditional purchaser or his legal alienee is required to effect improvements may be held to commence from the date of the survey of the lands applied for. It is now ruled that, conditional purchasers who wish to avail themsel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

Alfteliminary Ngfice. PUBLIC All be held in CoWtamiinnMu THURSDAY, 2nd August, t# consider tire best'lmeans of cele brating tHa of the jUilway to this district. M I V FRED PINK|TONE, I Seil Vig. Com. T( Fencing. Eenelift. EVDERSifmMnvited foil erection of iTHREE^miE FENCl| round four half-aye allotsdents. Partietfmrs from J A. M. WOODMILL, f ClarendRn Store, 1 C«tamundra.- W. A. BYKNE, /AUCTIONEER, Stock, Station, and General Commission Agent, CQOTAMUNgRA. Sale-yards opp^f^^bi^H^l. Office at AlbyrilJEIotelfi/ SALES of stock and other property held EVERY SATURDAY at 2 p.m. Those having stock . for sale will please enter same at the office as early as possible before day of sale. , Clulch Build- Music^&LrrmARY MTERTAIKmHT 1 IN aid of the aboyX WILL take place in Messr^.y. and E. \ Barnes's new room, I J^iesdiiy ^ Jul r, Ticklts, 2/6 each, may be hiad of any of the Stofekeepers. T5 fit Notice* ~~~ i EM)ERS will be received by the under sfened f !or c^rting abouj^O-'lons- Tele- ...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR.— r July. '? ' ' PHASES 03? THE MOON. ? : * ' Last Quarter . , . . 4th,, 7,6 a.m. : New Moon . . , . . , ,11^, 8 ?11' a.m. First Quarter . .V 17th,; li'17 p.m- Full Moon .... . . 2othj 5 *24 p.in; . ','ti ? .. .' ' .? . ;/ Sun ; D AYSi ; ' Memoranda. ; . g'. '»'- . ' ? : ' ' ' . %. -2. ' ' . ? - : ? ? i ? . ? ? . ; ; i ? {£' i' & , ; . .Fifth AiTER Trinity. ' 7 ? '7 5 : o , 2 M. Sir Robt, Peel died, 1850 7* ;7 5' o 3 ' ? ; 7-, 7 sY'i 4 W. Am. independence, 1776| 7* '7 5\i ? -5' Ti. . , 7*' -7 .5-, 2 6 F. , , 7- 7 5* ,2 7 S. Gold disc, at Cjlunes, 'ol 7: :7 5* 3 8 S. Sixth after Trinity . 7*. 6 5* 3 ' 9 Ml ' . . i' ,6 5* 4 10 T. ' 7* 6 5* 4 11 w.. , . , ; : : '/ 7* e 5- d 12 Th. Battle of the Boyne, 1690 7* 5 5* 5 13 F. . ; 7 V ' ? , TVS 5- 6 14 s. ; !,,? 7*. 5 o- 7 15 S. Seventh after Trinity 7* '4 5\ 7 16 M. : , 7*4 5 ' o . 17 T ? ' ? ' 7. 35 18 W. S.W. est. Aust'l. dis. 1622 7* .3 5- q 19 Th. 7*. 2 5*1a 20 F, ' , 7- 2 5% 21 S. Robert Burns died, 1796 7* .1...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET, Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending July 19 : — The inclement weather which has pre vailed lately has had the effect of making the business of the past week very dull. With a few exceptions, there have been no arrivals of coasting vessels, and those that have arrived have brought very little' pro duce . to market ; consequently there has been an increased demand for produce of all lands, especially i$. feedipg grains. Maize is very firm at 2/11 to 3/- for prime samples. Oats have been sold at from 3/3 to 3/6. Barley is very dull, and no' sales to be re ported. ? There is a slight improvement in breadstuffs. Sales of Adelaide superfine flour at £19/10/, and of Sydney-ground flour at £18/10/- ana £19. There have been sales of Adelaide wheat at 8/3, but there is very little in the market. In dairy produce, the market for the last few days has been quite bare of prime colonial butter, owing to the non arrival of the steamers from the south, and on Mond...

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PASTIME. EMIGMAS. No. 1—By A.B. C. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

PASTIME. EMIGMAS, No. I—By A. B. C.. *' j I cannot call the sea my home, ? Nor do I live in air ; Nor do I o'er the green earth roam, . : ' Yet love the sunshine fair. | , I have no bed wherein I lie, I And yet I oft repose, j And when I sleep I never think , j Of putting off my clothes. I I have no, wings, nor wool, nor hair, ? , But I ve a iamous coat, j 'Which fits me nicely everywhere | And wraps around my throat. I'm oft invited by mankind | Some dainty bit to eat, . ' v j Though first at dinners I ne'er fbad j The richest dish a treat. 1 ! No. 2— By, W. M E. , . ? , I'm seen at times high in the sky, \ And iri the waters deep ; ' i But I'm often tied up in a bag And squeezed until I weep. | - Then oh, my tears they flow so fast , . . i You'd think my heart would burst : * . Now guess aright, then you'll admit %! ? A pretty colour is my first. Now perchance you've some acqaintance ? Claims my second for his name ; ' If not, in* ancient history , It's one of wondrous fame : And ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

commercial. Herald Office, Monday. The .father since our last has been for the most part showery, but not of suffcient heavi ness to, do a great amount of good to crops or vogetation. The t want of rain is again beginning to be felt around this neighbour hood, and feed in some parts is becoming scarce, The early orops continue to look well, and A, good yield is anticipated, should the remainder of the season prove moderately favourable. Cattle throughout the district have lately- been somewhat recovering from tne oaa condition iza wxuuu tuoy were reuu ered,.by the past severe season, but there is still .room for . improvement. Sheep also ; have much improved in condition within the' last month, and the wool is consequently ° attaining a fair length; as large a clip as Kafij^een obtained in previous seasons, how ever, is not expected, owing to their recent poyerty. . Messrs. 'W. S. Quail and Qo.'s Eeport: —Store sheep : Business is quiet ; under this heading, tho approach of shearing...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS CABLE. LONDON. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. . ~ ?' * V ? ' [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] London. Julv 14. The Bank-rate of discount has been re duced to 2 percent: . ' An American 4' per cent, funding loan of £l4,000j000 has' been announced. The wheat market is firmer. The next wool sales commence on Au gust 14th. The new arrivals admissible have- been restricted' to 300,000 bales- exclusive of the 60,000 held over- from last series of sales. The wool market is quiwi. ? ' Heavy failures in Yorkshire are re ported: ' ? The copper : market-remains Unchanged. Burra is quoted at;i£75/r0/. ,ii ; The tin market1 ? is flat. 1 ! Quotations, £67. ? .-f '.U. Official Telegram.— We are., indebted to the Hon. Henry Parkesjr K.C.M:G.:, for the following copy of si telegram re ceived last night from the Agent-General1, and dated London, July 16 ' Seige of Kara abandoned. Russian operations in Armenia unsuccessful. The Russians in Bulgaria are progressing slowly. Great cruelties are reported to have been prac tised ...

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