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

Vigilance Committee.-— The committee met on Tuesday evening last, but the busi ness was not important. Land Notes.— At the last Government land sales at Young over five thousand acroB were purchased; at Forbes, the re . venue for land during one week exceeded ' eighteen thousand pounds ; and at Armi dale eighteen hundred and eighty-four acres were taken up by fourteen applicants. , The coal for the Southern Railway even . , up_ to Murrumburrah, its furthest present point, has to 'be drawn by rail from Lithgow Valley or Sydney , thus to some extent dimin ishing the carrying power of the line for goods aijd passengers. The matter is already pf some importance, and as the line extends it threatens to become very serious. It may 'therefore possibly be worth while for the Government to consider whether anything can;l)9 done towards developing the deposits said to exist in the neighbourhood of Berrima and Sutton Forest. — Goulburu Herald. Impounded at Murrumburrah, on the 3rd July, from N...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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PETTY SESSIONS, COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

PETTY SESSIONS, COOTAMUNDRA. Friday, July 13 'J' r Before;Mt. ? W. Love v P.M. ^ \ s .. Edward Hammond was brought up oil two charges— first, for I using obscene language,, and, secondly, for; using insult ing language. ; Mr. Scarvell, . of . Scarvell and. Gordon,, solicitors, Young, was re tained .by defendant ; and he objected that both the cases were placed beyond the jurisdiction of the court because the information omitted to give, definite par ticulars as' to the nature . of the charges which defendant had to answer, the 5th i clause of the Vagrant Act, under which the charges were brought/ requiring that full information should1 be' given. The' objection was sustained by the Bench, and the case dismissed.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE. ' Nunquam Dormio.'— This would ' make an appropriate motto for our Vigilance Coin- ; 'mittee, for they ^certainly have, up- to the present time, at. any rate, their vigils kept upon our, public requirements : and m almost every matter they have undertaken have met with prompt success, ftot the least among : these is the macadamising of our principal thoroughfares to the Railway-station; and it will be observed by advertisement in our present issue that Mr. Murray, the local superintendent of public roads, is inviting tenders for the work, to be sent in up to Fridav. the 27th itisfa/nf. Burglary. — On. . Tuesday, the 10th in stant, during the absence from home of Mr., Lock, of Cungegong, on business in tow, some petty rascals broke into his house, and ransacked everything in the place, with the view no doubt of finding money. In this however, they were almost disappointed, as, with the : exception of sixpence in coppers, there was none, nor is there ever any kept...

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POETRY. REPLEVIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

; POETRY. ; ; REPLEVIN. He was a youth, all gimpleness, And she a maiden full of wiles ; How could the rustic ever guess That nuschief lurked beneath such smiles ? She did not wish his heart to break Por pastime ere she went to town, But just to keep herself awake, And win perhaps some slight renown. She flirted with him at the well, She flirted with him in the waggon, , And at her meals — though, truth to tell, His mother watched her like a draggon. He cut her pencils when she drew, He cut her name on several beeches — In fact, he did the best he knew, And racked his -brain for pretty . speeches. The thing went on som&littie while , Until at last the maid grew weary ; She could not always raise a smile, The country, too, was growing dreary. She thought she'd try a new effect : And so, without the slightest warning, She said to her flirtee-elect, ' I'am going home to-morrow morning.' She scanned his face for signs of grief, But what she saw surprised her slightly ; A look of...

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

THE Cj/TY BANK , SfYDNEY. THE .above ' Bank has OPENED A : BEAN OH^^ G-5otamundra for tlie transaction, of banking business. AGENCIES pjw^iout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETftlE. Cootamundra', \ 30th Janu^ry,| 1877. DR. T. G. IVIMY, L.A.C.L., M.E|p.S^-4nd L.M.E.S., (A LEGALLY QuaJjJjM^^dical Practitioner,) MAY be^ consulted DAILY at the Star Hotdl, Cootamundra. ? - ' ' f' ? ? . RICHARDJ.MJJCHELL, Auctioneer ^C^mimssion Agent, cooT^ivEXjnsriDR^. (H. G. DONOVAN, I SOLICITOR, to, ? F I T Z M A UggOjlrSTllE E T, WKjga^Wagga. QC?* Attends Cootamundra every Court day. Sign-writer, llouse-painter, Jnd Decorator, Paperhanger and Glazier, COOTAMUNDRA. ALL ordersJjglcjjited with the utmost despatck^t^/7 Yehicles painted upon the shortest notice. Charges Moderate. Saddlerf Establishment, E. cJl&BBS, 4 Saddler ,g|P*jrarnessmaker* Manufacturer of Gents' Light and Fancy Saddles and first-class Stock and Breakiri'g-in Saddles, in all of which bar-plated tree...

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SIR HENRY PARKES ON LORD CARNARVON'S DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

SIB HENRY PARKES ON LOKD CAR NARVON'S DESPATCH. (The Argus. J 'Whatever may be Sir' Henry Parkes's shortcomings in some respects there can be no doubt that his views and utterances with regard to the Imperial connection are cha racterised by statesmanlike breadth, self respecting moderation, and sound common sense. Unfortunately, we are not without men in these colonies, occupying prominent positions by virtue of leather lungs and bra zen countenances, who are in the habit of treating the relations betweeh the provinces and the paramount power in any way best suited to forward their own interests, or suit the passing requirements of the hour. If any question arises concerning 'which the Secretary of State is not exactly in accord with some colonial Government, they im mediately raise a great outcry, enter 'vehe ment protests against the exercise by her Majesty's Minister of the power legally vested in him, threaten an4 bluster and '? blow,' and see nothing for it but ' cutting the p...

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THE ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

THE ELECTORAL BILL/ (Evening News. J The basis of representation is the /same as at present, the 10th clause declaring ' that 'every male 'subject of Her Majesty of the full age of twenty-one years' ' whether natural born or naturalised;- un less he be disqualified by special position aor misconduct, under the conditions men tioned in the 11th clause, ' shall be en titled to vote at any election for the ? electoral district in respect of which he ? shall be so qualified.' Every such, sub ject is entitled to have his name entered on the roll of electors of any district if he has Presided six months in that district, or if he owns a freehold of the value of £100 or a leasehold of the annual Rvalue of £10, or if lie be a holder of a pastoral lease or license, — provided that no pne is to be entitled/ to more than one vote in any district. - The qualification for mem bers is equally wide, and is not limited by any conditions of residence or pro perty. f . - The .colon^ is to be divided ...

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

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. Established 1869. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 247, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. DIRECTORS:— The Hon. S.B.Gordon, .M.L.C., Chairman; tlie Hon. G-. W. Alleii, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H. G. Alleyrie, Esq., M.D. : JoJafc Da^iesr-jpeq^' ? M.L.A. ; S.'Dicldna^ Pell, 3000 Policies in Force £95^00 . Annual Premium Income. ^ffi^OOQ- Total Claims Paid . . . . . . 23,000 . Invested Funds upwards of ... 60,000 The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Agent at- Cootamundra : — F3JANK MOORE, from whoih. all information can he obtained. c By order of the Bo^ird, . J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary The Goulburn Herald' .. AND The Goulburn Chronicle ARE now amalgamated, and printed by ? steam. Piiblishfed twice a week; doublfe size on Satuaflaja The paper lias a/fffl-as circulation amongst mercantile men, paalSfralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers, flf Goulburn commercial article on Saturday with...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 3.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From, our Telegraphic Correspondent.) ' Saturday, 3-35 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, whilst discussing the motion by then Hon. member for Paddington, Mr. Sutherland, for placing a further sum on the addi tional estimates for 1877 for payment of debts: contracted by municipal bodies of the colony, including Sydney, the premier stated that the Government would not oppose the motion provided Sydney was excluded, as it would interfere with the bill about to be introduced iri a few days. A long and angry debate ensued, the Premier announcing that if the amend ment were negatived it s would be accepted as a vote of censure. Nothing but the state of the country would have induced him to put up- with so many rebuffs as the Government had already received, and he Was prepared to take the conse quence of the amendment being nega tived. He charged the Opposition with wilfully obstructing . the Government for the purpose of preventing the passing of the ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

MISCELLiNBOUS. ' '» An Awkard Fix. — A very awkard hitch occurred to a marriage party at St. Francis's Church, Haymarket, on Saturday morning, and the whole affair proved intensely amus ing tp those who had the good *f or tune to »be disinterested onlookers. The patty;, con sisting of the bride and bridegroom* only, were driven up to the church on the Castle ' reagh-street side. The bride appeared to have just quitted service, and the bridegroom as if he had.fetruck a lucky patch in the country and had come down to do something terrible. On getting out of the coach thev seemed to bet in a great flustrification, as if they had made the .match up the night be fore, and ro'setfip. haste at daylight for fear the fit would go i.off ; they also wanted to escape the gaping crowd of market gardeners and others who had assembled on the other side of the road. Up the pair dashed to the gate; when, lo ! they found it locked. But there was another gate further on, and up they ran, but it was al...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

Though we do-tiot expeetthatthe pre sent Parliament will Succeed in passing an electoral bill of any kind whatsoever, it is perhaps wise to be prepared for such a contingency... In these columns' we have several times pointed outfio our readers the: : advisability of looking rigidly after their own interests in view of a division of the^el^ctorate of which xthis district is a: coi^trient part. The electorate $m 'braced bv the present Murrutnbideree is. ?we believe, one of the largest in the colony, and has always been and is now represented by one member only. It is probably . because of, the apathy of the people of the electorbte*in matters affect ing their political 'weHa^e that the fram ers of the-ElectorarSB{mS»w before the House and the couktfjF iflmgine, as they seem to.ob, anything will suit for the Muryqinbidgbe : but, ; judging from the temp6rp.-to£ our neighboursboth at Wagga Wagga and Gundagai, provoked by the . schedule of the new bill, the Government will find that ive ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

s 'WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday. July 29. Jindalee, U a.m.— Rev. G. Thompson | Wa,libndbeen,3 p.m. — Ditto. | Coptairiuridra, 7 *30 p.m.— Ditto.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, July 29. Cootamundra, 11 a.m. Murrumburrah, 11 a.m.: 7*30 p.m. — Rev. / W. Cocks. Wallendbeen, 3.'30 p.m.— Ditto.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

: ' VWatotag^. '4th Ut, by the Rev. Dr. Steel, . rresbv&nut fli| inister, Sydney, Mr. Frank , Chemist,. Cootamundra, to Maroxry wiBiSTiE,joungest daugh . 'tor of the ia|e James Dixson, Esq. COOTA^^^EIiAlD. ^ TUESDA¥? -JULY 1877.

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, July 29. Cootamundra, 3 p.m.— Rev. J. Spalding The .services are held fortnightly in the-aifternoons. ,

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THE CITY BANK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

THE CITY BANK 'We are' in' .receipt, of the twenty-seventh half-yearly report of the City Bank, Sydney, laid before a meeting of the proprietors on the 17th instant ; and those of our readerls who are interested, through the local branch, in this bank would perhaps like - to have placed before them the - facts of the: report. The account. submitted by the directors em braces, the half-year ended June 430, and states as follows ' The net profits, after deducting rebate on current bills, interest on fixed deposits; providing for bad oy doubtful rl hhf a M,X4.W. ixn OAJJCXlOtJO UX XiifctUcVgtJ ment, amount to £17,169/4/10 ; tb which is to be added balance from; -last half-year £2,069/5/1 : , making available: for distri bution £19, 238/9/1 1: whicii the directors propose to appropriate as follows, - viz. : — To dividend at rate of 8 per cent, per annum £9,600; bank premises £606 ; reserve fund £6,500; balance to the next half-year £2,488/9/11 : total £19,238/9/11.' It mil thus be _ see...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

COURT OF REQUESTS. Same day and same magistrate; ? ? . : ? V- Young v. Wilesmith. ? Plaintiff sought to recover a rriare. Thomas Young, farmer, Ironbu'ng, der posed : Having seen a bay ' inaire in the. waggon of John Wilesmith (defendant's brother), he claimed her as his property, the : mare having been taken from his. place some two years ago; defendant said he had bought the mare, and refused to give her up ; his son had seen the: Pi'* i:i .1 n ' mare oemg tanen away ; ne wouia swear that the mare was never sold by any one of his family. : To defendant : . , Will swear that my mare was never sold out of the: pound',; she bears the registered brand , of E. W. Hall, from whom I bought her. ! ; m ? . John Young, son of plaintiff, deposed : He knew the mare to be his father's pro perty ; she was taken away on a new-' year's night, abojit eighteen; months ago ; he'saw her about that time, when she had hobbles and bell upon her ; he believed her to have = been stolen ; when; he last tsa...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 1st August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, ls- August. ft. Country Lots : n Lot Apportion 323, 24a lr, c. Harden, p. Cunningar, adjoining the northern boundary , of conditional purchase* No. 217, and ad jacent to the eastern boundary of J. Carroll's conditional purchase No; 1&2 of 320 acres. Lots B, 0, and D, portions'64 io 66, three lots, 50a each, c. Bland, p. Dudauman, on both banks of the Bl.and and Yeo Yeo Creek, and adjoining and near the southern bound ary of conditional purchase No. 44 of 200 I acres. Cucumblarun. ? Lot E, portion 189, 40a, c. Bland, 1-. Ber thong, adjoining part of the nothern and eastern boundaries of conditional purchase ; No. 188 of 440 acres, and part of the west [ em boundary of W. Thorn's conditional purchase No. 24 of 200 acres. Exclusively of a road 50 links wide. Upset price £1 per acre. On Wednesday, 8 th August. Lots A and B,' p^rti«n| ^and 40, '100 and 400 acres, c. Bland, p.»Yarran- near the left bank of Wedallion creek, and between the western boundaries...

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COUNCIL OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

COUNCIL OF EDUCATION. : \ Inspector's R^p6ItT, '^o^r^ipHE'JXAss .pis-', 'r^ \ DuitiNG vl 87 6 public schools have been es-, tablished at Smithtown, , 'WaUendbeen, Jinr ; dalee, ,and. Bethungra:; .and: . provisional' i schools, at Rye Park, and Cungegong. Two mile Creek provisional has. beep changed into a 'public,, school. , Rossi, provisional; - was closed for want of attendance,: an$ re-opened as a half-time scKool,. , an-i Carwoola half time school has been, fill an frod Jnfn a visional scbool. . - ... The number of . schools or departments mi operation is seventy-eight. These, are .classed as follows,:— ^ ; ' . Public . :?; . . . -..i-r-i',. \ 271 I f: r Provisional; . . . i ; ; . ; .^ v; ,-i:. i.in29-t-\ i-ji ? Half-time., .t.-v. v . . v.^12' . :'i C. E ? ? ? -9:„„r . ? - .??R.-. 0. Public school buldings are required , , at Murrumburrah, Yass. Brawlin, Red Bridge, and Mitton's, Creek ; and measures are being taken for the establishment of provisional schools , at,, j Pearse's ...

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, 15th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

I AT BURROWA. I On Wednesday , 15th August. I Country Lot : Lot A, portion 230, 40a, c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan, on the road from Beggan Beggan to Murrumburrah and adjacent to part of the western boundary of P. Hen nesy's conditional purchases portions No. 206 and 246, and adjoining the southern boundary of John Moore's conditional pur-' chase portion No. 229 of 40a. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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