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LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 28th February. COUNTRY LOTS; [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

?? : :LAND SALES; .. ' ? A'L\ THE BGLIGE OFFICE, : GUNDAGAI. 1 ' ' : ' 'dhr Wednesday, 28 tk 'February. Co^thy-Lots;; '' ; ' , , , t- A/46* acres^ ifounty Clarendon, parish' }. ,v Mci\. !. r.n hnyah^adjpining the western- boun J^riaget Hilly's conditional purchase of1, 40' .aeroa arid . northern boundary of conditioiiai' p^irbliase No. 40 of. ,40 -r acres./ .'Merebuhdinyah run. £1 per aere. - ' ; ? . ? '' ? ? Lot'B, ,20 acres, county Clarendon, parish ; Kimo,, adjoining vthe .eastern - boundary of 1 Jo^-Cooke's conditional purchase No.' 52Nof '\r3^0' acres and- western and part of southern ^Tboiindaries of .portion 66 of 20 acres. Kimo run. il. per acre. f) , ' ' 1 ' Oti' Wkdnesday, 1th March. « 1 I1. ' / ' ? . ' ; . . . r ' . ; . . .^Country Lots : ' ,( y ' -Lot A, 40 -acres'^ county 'Clarendon, parish Butef adjoining the western boundary of R. ! - James's conditional purchase No. 5'J of 200 acres, and adjacent to the northern boundary . of J. Conan's conditional purchase No., 47 o...

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THE LAND. APPROVED CLAIMS FOR UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

- ' - THE LAND. : .. - APPROVED .CLAIMS 'FOR UNDEFINED B$J j I flRE-EMPXlYE : LEASES. . ? Claims for.pre-emppive leases have been made by the. undermentioned persons, and have been 'appro ved.y The claims will lame unless tlio rents are - ~ : paid before the 9th 5pril next. John Connor, Cootamundra, 600 acres, - -*uvut- iii 17: 0, couutVf ftftrdeiv, parish. Gungc Am1..!' - &£i-rriui(m, Gundagai,- 420 acres, ; ? r«sit T. I 0. a, count^Hurden, parish Cuuge ? ? v ,-.i v.i-'' V.-- jd.-tvan Guuiligai, 390. acres, r. at! . . i i : . o.uuf?y\iIard.*rij . parish Gunge-' ' i „».ly -n, vbotamun'lra, 960 acres, ; „.,t ... . uiuity ? iOrdcii, ' parish Cowcurn , St'e ^ 1 ';0rdjweli,,^oiins, 690 acres, rent ???}£ 2 ,3/3, . county Afa/ntjagle, parish Tliud \ 'j / : ' ?' ' .

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, FEB. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

v; eeltgious services. / CEUROI-I OF ENGLAND. ? ? ' : , ; Sunday, Feb. 2 '5. ? ? Gootamundra, 11 a.m. ; 7*30 p.m. : Murrumburrah , 11 a.m.;l7'30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. Wallendbeen, 3'30 p.m.— Rev. W. pocks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

THE CITY BANK , T. j&YPNEY. HE Uod r~has OPENED A BRM^jiClx ilr Cootamundra for tlio transaction m. all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management, of Mr. J. I. PETRI]^ Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DETERCOT SPECIFIC, / j fffL 011 llorseZaml Cattle Ointment, Is the only reliable remedy for Sitfasts, Fistulas, Saddle and Girth \ Galls, &c., &c., £e. rpHIS preparation, though recently .intro JL duced to public notice, is rapidly taking precedence to all others of the kind ; and is without doubt the most speedy, safe, and effectual remedy for all old suppurating and offensive sores upon horses, cattle, sheep, or dogs. Testimonials are frequently received, and may be seen upon application to the proprie tor. FRANK MOORE, CHEMIST & DRUGGIST, Cootamundra. PRICE, 2/- PER POT. DR.A17. G. IVIMY, . L.A.ttfefM.liC.S., andL.M.BiS., (A legall'X| Q^aWtad )' MAY be consulted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. Sign...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

~ ' MATH. /A . On the 11th instant Jtit Cootai^nura, Etiiej ? ? Maud, youngest daughter of Thorn a- and Su?anah JV bson, aged five months r and one week. 7 oootam5m*herald. TUESDAY, FE13EUAEY 20, 1877.

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ARRIVES FROM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 20 February 1877

POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ? AllEIVES PROM Murriimburrak and Wallendbeen — Sunday, ? -- Tuesday, and Friday at 12 noon Wagga and Cudgegong— Sunday, Tuesday, ]' and .Thursday at. 9*45 a.m. Muttama Reef — Sunday and Thursday, at 7*30 p.m. ' Temora— Wednesday, 8, and Friday, 7 p.m. LEAVES POR Murrumjburrah and Wallendbeen — Sunday, Tuesday, ancl Thursday at 10*15 a.m. Wagga and Cungegong — Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 12*30 p.m. - 'Muttama Reef— Monday and Friday at 4 ; a.m. Temora— Wednesday and Friday, 6 a.m. Letters, &c., intended for despatch by any of the above mails must be posted in the letter-receiver half an hour preyious to time of departure, excepting for those mails that are despatched before 6 a.m., which must be posted before 9 o'clock the previous night. , ^

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VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT AT GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

yOLTJNTEE^ E^ffMENT AT (FROM our correspondent.) The companies of volunteers forming the Western Battalion arc now -^]»at-P-® tlie Bound -* tk| '0ld SraTiSip' The site chosen ior this nnimc .i^nlnv nf arms bv our brave defenders is one that has no doubt been wisely chosen bv those appointed for the purpose, as- tht, ~Z. ? n-a nrn well calculatcd to inspire torn if nSt ^ courage, at least mth a sense of the transit^; state of ^1 mxmi ano things. No doubt some ot them will 1 imagination picture the struggles that tho^e who are resting there have gone through while others will call to mind the fact that . there rests the remains of. ^h^® ^0c °1^ bore arms with them in the Goulbuin Coips. I have no doubt that many of the y?^nS®* soldiers, and therefore more timorous, at | , night will pass the sacred enclosure wnh , ourted eyes, and whistle to keep then courage up. . , However much we' may feel disposed to , ' honor those who have ;been trained m wai' ' like arts, there is a certain amo...

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A HORRIBLE STORY.—A MANUFACTORY OF CRIPPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

A HORRIBLE STORY.— A MANU FACTORY OF CRIPPLES. W hen . Victor Hugo published that most ghastly of all modem roman ces, 'L'Homme Qui Bit,' the groundwork of the story was de nounced as an atrocious fable. The hero of ' The ^ Laughs' was described as a miser able child stolen from his parents, who had in earliest youth been disfigured most awfully in order to render him an object of charity, and- who had beeri forced to prose cute the trade of mendicancy until he had effected his escape from his masters . Aprocryphal as 'the story read, it was true. The great French novelist barely exceeded the facts of the case when he created the character of the horribly disfigured hero of the stoiy, and the trade which flourished at the period at which lie laid the scene of his romance .is by no means dead to ?day* ? - ?' ??? : Some months ago' Professor Em ber, of the .Medical College at Prague, applied to the Austrian Chiet of Police; at Yiena for assist ance in ferreting out and bringing to jus...

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SANDY BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

SANDY BLIGHT. . As this disagreeable epidemic is very prevalent in this district just now, ,we trust the following recipe from the Darling Downs Gazette, will be found use ful : — ' As a,n almost infallible remedy for sandy blight I would recommend writes our urayton correspondent; tne simple recipe of pulverising- some alum, and placing about as much of it as would lay piled up on a shilling in one ounce of water; drop two or three drops in the eye three or four times a day,- and most cases will be cured in forty-eight hours, or nearly so. The late Dr. Becker, of ' Toowoomba, used to say that, for general purposes, no eye lotion could surpass alum water. I have within the last fourteen days ; given relief to some ten or a dozen or moreyt...who were suffering from sandy blight, by giving them a lotion as prepared above. Persons travelling at this season of year, in which sandy blight is prevalent, 'would do well to carry with them a piece of alum about the size of a nutmeg-,. and if...

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LAST MOMENTS OF CARDINAL ANTONELLI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

LAST MOMENTS OF CARDINAL ANTONELLI. A letter from Rome in 'the Univcrs gives some particulars of the - last moments of Cardinal Antonelli not mentioned in other accounts : On * Saturday, the 4th instant, the siclc Cardinal was carried, as usual, in a chair to the Pope's cabinet, and there transacted business, notwith-. standing; the pain he was suffering. Having returned to ins own apartments lie continued his attention to public duties with Mgr. Yannutelli, the sub stitute Secretary of State, and subse quently gave several audiences. The day was passed in suffering ; his Holiness was uneasy, ajad sent repeated ' messages of inquiry. 'The next day, ; Sunday, the Cardinal talked of rising- and going- to' the Pope, but afterwards gave up that intention at the* urgent request of his brother, Count. Angelo. Then, for the first time, he sent his assistant, priest to g-o to 'the Holy Father and beg him to excuse his attendance. The Pope had a presentiment ' of what was , coming, and sent ...

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IMPORTANT TO WOOL GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

IMPORTANT TO WOOL GROWERS. By the last mail wo ('The Age J have re ceived a circular from the directors of tho East and West India Dock Company, noti fying that on and after the 1st January ult. a reduction of fifteen per cent, would bo made in the '' consolidated rate' for : Aus tralian and other wool warehoused with the company. The charges, on wool landing, wharfage, housine. twelve weeks' rent' from breaking bulk of ship or first landing from craft, mending^ weighing, sampling, supyly ing landing weights, certificates of damage and survey,' warrants (if required), . taring, piling, _unpiling, and housing to show floor and piling to lots for show, carding, showing, filling^ in loose wool, breaking-down, re weighing, remending, striking-down and repiling to lots for delivery, and delivery by land— range from Is. 3d. to 8s. per. bale, according to weight, and the rent per week ? from Oik'L to 4d. per bale. A venerable sceptic (a Sloper) who doubted that 'man's nature is to fall.' t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

In the iirst issue of the Uooiamundra Jl.rdd we stated that, inter alia , it would be our province to keep constantly in view the wants and wishes of the district. * We beg now to bring before the notice ol our readers several matters of urgent importance which require to be advocated and agitated for at once. There having been so many intima tions by our contemporaries along the line about the opening of the extension to Murrumburrah, and so many probable dates named for that important event, that we are afraid people who are in terested in it have had their patience somewhat tried : but our Murrumburrah friends, as will be seen on reference to our advertising columns of to-day, are taking steps- towards celebrating the opening of the railway on the 12th proximo. This looks as if it were as suming a tangible shape: and, for our part, we hope that Cootamundrans may be permitted to unite with their neigh bours on this great day of rejoicing. In anticipation of this event, we would ea...

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EGGS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

EGGS AS FOOD. ?The nutritive value of eggs, and the cheap ness of their production, is scarcely realized by the public. It may seem rather impro bable to state that when meat is 25 cents. ? a pound, the food value is about 37£ cents, a dozen, yet this seems to be tho fact. A dozen of average sized eggs may bo assumed to weigh a poimd and a-half. If we calculate the food values of meat and eggs as force producers, i.e. the amount of , work tho pound oxidized in the body is theoretically capable of producing, we have 990 foot tons for the pound of lean meat, and 1584 foot tons for the pqund of eggs. As flesh producers, a pound of eggs is about equal to a pound of meat, as the following analysis will show. one pound or jeggs. Water ? ? . 12oz. 36 grs. Albumen ? :.... 2oz. Exfy-active ? 130 grs. Oil of fat ? loz. 214 grs. Ash ? ? 28 grs. Will produce on the maximum 2oz. of dry muscle or flesh. ONE POUND OP BEEF. Water ? ? 8oz. Fibrin and Albumen . . 1 oz. 1 22 grs. Gelatin ? ? l oz. 62 ...

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COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB. - 1 A public meeting, called by the secretary of the Cootamundra Turf Club, was held at the Albion Hotel on Wednesday evening last, when there was a tolerably, good at tendance of persons interested. Mr. E.. Barnes was . voted to the chair, whosaidhe had pleasure in complying with the request of the meeting to preside ; and stated the objects for which they were called together. A club had been started some time previously under very fair auspices ; and it would be rather discreditable to Coota mundra if if were allowed to lapse. Gen tlemen had been appointed office-bearers, but perhaps it would be better to re-elect officers and committee to-night. Race meet ings had already been heldin other districts ; but there was plenty of time still to get up their meeting, and he hoped something would be done towards it to-night and a liberal response given to the call for support by the people of Cootamundra. He would invite discussion of the matter from those present...

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MELBOURNE WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

MELBOURNE WHEAT CROP. The Melbourne Aye remarks: — The ac counts of tho wheat crop as they come in render it difficult, so far, to express anything like a definite opinion as to how the yield is likely to affect tho prices. Whereas the returns from the wheat-growing areas still point to a probable difference of something i like five bushels less' per - acre on tho total j yield for. thej colony, as compared with last yyfctr, ouuxt? ittus utjuxz, un muruusuu urutt pui under crop, ^and the yield in the older dis tricts is turning out above the usual average. It still remains to be seen whether there has been anything like. a corresponding decrease of area , in the older localities to counteract the increase in. tho newer districts, and also how far tho improved yield in the former may affect tho decrease in tho latter. Tho probabilities are in favor of thoro being upon tho whole deficiency. Tho special harvest returns of The Leader are, however, being forwarded this season with more t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

The Quarantine Station for Stock on the Border. — The Moama local jour nal states that the contractors, Messrs. Hughes and Cawsey, have finished their contract, and handed the building over to the Government inspector. The station is the most complete one in the colonies, there being sheds and feeding* room for 7o0 sheep, and on an emergency double that number could bo accommodated. The sheds are filled with racks for feeding and troughs for water in all the yards, of which there are eight, besides the dip. The water is raised from the Murray by one of Douglas's force pumps into iron tanks capable of holding a supply of 2800 gallons. The yards or races (2o Oft- long), attached to the sheds, are closely divided and sub-divided, There is a large boiler, where the dip is, to prepare the wash. There is a four-roomed cottage, plastered throughout, also a forage store, 28 feet x 14 feet. The whole is sur rounded by a close 6 feet picket fence. Cutting Timber from Selections. — It is a pop...

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SACRED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

SACRED CONCERT. v A concert of sacred music was given in the Wesleyan Church On Friday night last with the object, , as stated in the advertisement, of raising money towards augmenting tlio building-fund. The day had been a rainy one ; and perhaps this somewhat interfered with the amount of patronage i bestowed upon the concert. The audience ^yas a very meagre one. A company of singers numbering eight in all sustained the vocal part, and consisted of the following laches and gentlemen : — Misses Ward, Misses Hobbs; the . Rev. G. R. Glasson, Messrs. Ward, and Mr. Frost ; Mrs. E. Barnes presiding at the harmonium. At about half past 8 o'clock Mr. Glasson stated that he would be obliged to act as master of ceromonies ; as the gentleman who wps to have taken the chair, was unable to come. He opened the meeting by calling on the company to sing the anthem ' Before ! Jehovah's awful throne ;' after which he j engaged in prayer. t j The programe, which was divided into two parts, was then ...

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REAPER AND BINDER COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

REAPER AND BINDER COMPETITION. ( Melbourne Age.) A competition for the Government premium offered for a machine that will reap and bind grain took place according to appoint ment on .Friday, on the farm of Mr. Thompson, Prospect, within about a mile of the Kyneton railway station. The great , interest taken in the matter by agriculturists was shown by the crowd drawn together, there being no less than 400 visitors on the ground. The machines present were those of Messrs. Kay, of Melbourne; Ferrier, of Coleraine ; and Harvey,- of Preston. Mr. Kay exhibited his machine withouttrial, having previously notified his inability to complete certain alterations found necessary in the conveyance of the sheaf to the bind ing apparatus. Mr. Kay's ingenious inven tion received a large share of attention, and the inventor's confident belief that the solving of the problem of ? secxirely binding automatically with cord with his machine is merely the matter of a few months' time in the way of worki...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . Accident.— On Tuesday evening last wdiile some boys were playing in a cart, with casks in use for drawing water, it sud denly tilted up and precipitated one of them named Arthur Forbes, son of Mi*. W. Forbes, butcher,' to the ground, injuring him severely about the shoulder and othor parts of the body and causing a concussion of the brain. Dr. Combe Was called in to attend the young suiierer, ana prescribed trie necessary reme dies. The patient is doing as well as can bo expected under the circumstances. Police Court.— Last Friday was the day for our usual court, but it has been post poned for a week — we presume on account of the bereavement lately sustained by our Police-magistrate, for whom doubtless our readers feel sincere sympathy. — On Saturday last one Charles Robert was brought before the Bench on a charge of petty larceny— for stealing a coat, and got seven days in the lock-up. Land Sale.— A land-sale is to be held to-morrow at the Police-office, Gund...

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DECLARATION OF THE YASS PLAINS FREEHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 27 February 1877

I DECLARATION OP THE YASS PLAINS FREEHOLDERS. _ The declaration of principles of tho Yass Plains Freeholders (says the Courier) em braces six distinctive features. First, it is sought to abolish the auction system throughout the length and breadth of the land, except so far as it relates to town, suburban, and village allotments. At the meeting there were one or two gentlemen in favour of the gradual withdrawal of the public domain from the so-called auction room. It was suggested that 100,000 acres might be disposed of during the year 1878 ; 80,000 acres during 1879 ; 60,000 acres in 1880, and at the termination of that year to be brought to a finality. However, the majority favoured the idea that enough, if not too much, of the public domain had al ready been alienated. None can gainsay this assertion. Even during the current quarter upwards of 60,000 acres are cata logued for sale, notwithstanding the holy abhorrence in which certain members of the Administration regarded the fea...

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