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POETRY. BLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

POETRY. ?JBLAENEY. A lake-side dweller, youngand fair, The ; dearest little Maid in Kerry, With l-lue-grey eyes and blue black hair, And lips as red as any cherry. . No shoe or stocking to her name, Which was but simple Kitty Brady — And yet a lord from England came Imploring her to be his lady. She had another worshipper — *♦ The boldest boy about Killarney, With only love to offer her, A little cabin and— the blarney. She favoured him with many a glance, ^ Until the lord came on the tapis ; She smiled on him at wake and dance, And Paddy as a king was happy. The lord was just a trifle glum — The model of an English lover ! But sure, if he'd been deaf and dum, His jingling gold could talk one over. 'In silk and satin you shall dress, And I shall give you jewels,' said he, ? ' To twine in every glossy; tress, Sweet Kate, if you will be my lady.' Och, but them words were eloquent ! Poor Kitty was no more than human, And very fond of ornament, , Like every reasonable woman. ' '-Tis thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

THE CITY BANK, SYDNEY. mHB above^aiJ(-ha8 OPENED A X BEANgp^at^botaimindra for the transaction oiall usrfai banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. , The Branch is under the irianagement of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, « 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. I VI MY, L.A.C.L., ^toS^ and L.M.B.S., (A legally gjHtefiwMedical Practitioner,) MAY be consufted DAILY at the Star Hotel, Coofcamundra. RICHARD T. rVHTCHELL. Auctioneer & Commission Agent, H, a^NOVAN, soLipncai^&ci;- ; FIT Z M A tfjR I C/E -S T B E E T, '' : ? 'Wagga/Wagga. {£?=- Attends Oootamundra every Court day. ' Sigh-writer^mRe-painter, and ? £J* ec^i'ator, ? Paperlmngvr -and Glazier, - OOOTAMTJNDEA. ALL orders exocuted with the utmost .1 . despatch. , . 1 'Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice. ^ {Cf* Chaiiges 'Moderate. Saddlery Establishment, E.J%BBS, i SaddlerSuidynarnessmaker. T^/rANUFACTTJRER of Gents' Light and JjJL Fancy Saddles and first-class Stock andi Breaking-in Saddles, in all of -whic...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. THE COURT. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL I .\ VIA SUEZ. ; ; [FROM THE 8, M. HERALD.] THE COURT. . London,' June 8. Her Majesty is in good health at Bal moral, whither she proceeded with Prince Leopold and Princess Beatrice on the 18th May. The court will return to the south in a f ortnierht. The Queen gave a garden ball to the tenantry and servants at Balmoral on the 2nd instant. ? The Prince and Princess of 'Wales are in. London. His Royal Highness, met the Princess at Paris on her return from Athens on Monday last. MILITARY AND NATIONAL AFFAIRS. The House of Commons met on the 31st May, after the holidays. Mr. Stan ford called attention to the omission in the Blue Book of any reference to Lord Salisbury's conversations with the Due Decazes and Prince Bismarck, and asked if it were true that Russia had proff erred the localisation of the war. Mr. Bourke said the conversations alluded to were entirely confidential, that no such pro posals had been made by Russia, and that when the question of pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

Holloway's Pills and Ointment.— In angry and indolent sores, and all skin diseases, originating in impure or weak blood, or depraved secretion, the joint agency of Holloway's Pills and Ointment is perfectly irresistible. It is of little consequence how long these disorders* may have lasted, or how sluggish, obstinate, or malignant they may seem ;. the daily application of the Ointment to the afflicted part, and a course of these matchless Pills will most certainly effect a cure ; not temporary or superficial, but complete and permanent. Both the Ointment and Pills are composed of rare tyalsam, unmixed with mercuiy or any other deleterious substance They are, acordingly, as mild; andL safe as they are powerful and efficacious.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE; ' The Apparatus Can't Lie.''— This js a v well known comment by the author of 'VThe 1 Octoroon,' upon tne camera ; 'but under' the manipulation of unskilful hands it is often made to lie, nevertheless : arid perrpatetic photographers are riot always the best,. : We are glad, however, to find our township visited by a skilful hand ; and would recom mend our townspeople, nOw they have a good chance, to secure the shadow, ? ete the substance fade. Mr. Rogers, photp r)her, who this morning arinourices that itiite'rids to make' a short stay' nefe, has forwarded sonie sp'ecinieris of laie h&ridi- craft to our omce-4-oth portraits and1 views ; and these are of the very best description. This opportunity should be seized to secure pictures of the various business places and of the private residences ' of the town V and the artist' himself will doubtless Io6k after the. views of the to^n and public places of interest. A faithful picture of the Cfun dagai bridge ma...

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MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

MAEENGO. f Correspondent Jiurr^ngong: Argus.) The free-selectors' meeting, as advertised in your papers took place here about .'3 p.m. on Saturday last. There was not as many persons present as there ought to hav.e been, . r.nnsi florine1 that the obiedt of the meeting was a very laudable one., ? Mr.; Jatnes, Ohad wick Foster acted as chairman and1 explained the object of the meeting* in a yery^luoid manner, saying that now was the; tune s for the selectors, to.sjiir themselves1,,,; xMU-t ^).»fis ing some rules the meeting adjonjrned with a view of forming a committee and drawing out; resolutions, in, ordor to cp-ppejraiie with other like societies in the district. ; .if. . , ? ; 'OnSatiirdav. loth, the ceremonV of]bless the Church of the Sacred, Heart! h,e#e: was duly performed by the Eev. Dr. Jianigan, Bishop of Goulburn, accompanied ^y th« Very Ei3v. P. Beriningham, JD.I-., of Wagga Wagga, and the Eevs. J. Punne and ?W. Long, of Burrowa. i)he day was very fine, and a cavalcade of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

A. long and angrj- debate, took ;plaee i i tne Assembly on Thursday evening, la;s ;,' when Mr. Thos. Garrett, ex-Minister fcr Lands, moved the; following; resolution : — ' That, in the opinion of this House, the opinion of the Attorney-General; as to the meaning of the 31st clause pf-^the Lands Act Amendment Act of IBM oV (as set forth in the papers on this matter laid before the House on*the Hth. inst&at) is ..not in accordance witV^Bwr thV spirit or meaning .of the law, and, should not be acted upon in its admihistAfcioni' Tne clause itself is the. 3ist 0$ tijae act framed by Mr. Garfett and passed by the Government of Mr. (now Sir)f John Robertson;' and provides for the pre emptive right provisionally to purchase . lands intended to be improved within twelve months from the date of applica tion in areas ranging from 40 to 640 acres, in proportion to the area leased by the. applicant; and the proviso reads as follows :— ' Provided also that no such application to purchase ...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUG. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

PEIMITIVE METHODIST CHUECH. Sunday. Aug. 12. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Bev. J. Spalding ii i ?- , {C|* The services are held fortnightly in' , the afternoons. _r _ j-:-i},' ^ , -1 ? COOTAMUNDRA HERALD. ' ttje&day,- jxjly 31, iM. \ .

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RESERVES. LACHLAN DISTRICT. For police paddock: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

EESEEVES. , . Laohlan Disteigt. For police paddock : No. 1,223. County of Harden, parish of Murrumburrah; area about 73 acres 2 roods. Thg Crown lands withiri' the following boundaries : commencing on the eastern side of- the road from 'Wombat to Wagga Wagga, at a point erne west 4o links trom the south west corner of Miles Murphy's portion 3 of 513 acres, parish of Murrumburrah; and bounded thence on the south-west by that road bearing south 26 degrees 53 minutes east 13 chains 34 links to the southern rail way ; thence on the south by the northern side of that railway easterly to its intersec tion with the western side of West-street, village of Murrumburrah; thence on the east by the western side of that street bear ing north 9 degrees 54 minutes east 17 chains 41 links to the southern boundary of Miles Murphy's portion 3 aforesaid; and thence dri the north by the southern boundary of thatrportion and its westerly continuation bearing north 80 degrees 9 minutes west 18 chains 57£...

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THE BRANCH RAILWAY TO GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

THE BEANOH ElILWAY TO' GUNDAGAI. Some corresppndence touching upon, this subject has taken place in the S. M. Hevfrld. A scribbler signing himself 'A GKmdagai Swan' (though he bears a striking resem blance to a crankv old eroose} has written a letter containing statement's as reckless as it is possible to conceive, backed up by a tissue of falsehoods; and his recklessness can have no other effect upon the minds of reasonable men than that of suspicion of the writer's motives. His statements are these : —That the expenditure for the branch line from Cootamuhdia to Gkmdagai will be a great and useless -waste of public money; that one train a month would bring all the produce of thi- three districts of Guhdagai, Adelong, and Tumiit ; that the coaches to arid from these places are half their time empty; that there is no reasonable ground for supposing that it would ever return one third of, the money expended on it ; and that ihe whole of the line must go through pur chased land at an i...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [PROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] London. Julv 17. It is reported that Mr. Layard, the Eng lish representative at Constantinople, is negotiating for the entrance of the Brit ish squadron into the Dardanelles. The Cossacks and Christians are com mitting great atrocities upon the Moham medans. A Russian official despatch, states that, after relieving the garrison at Bayazid, the Russian troops retired to Gumri ; but a Turkish official despatch states that severe fighting took place, which resulted in heavy loss to the Russians. June 20. It is reported that the Porte* ' declines to throw open the Dardanelles to any rower, unless ?in support of Turkey against Russia. It is believed that Redif Raouf has been dismissed, as Sulieman Bey now commands the Turkish army in Rou melia. Forty-eight battalions have been dis embarked at Salonica. June 21. The British, ambassador at St. Peters burg has remonstrated against the sink ing of vessels in the Danube, and thus impeding...

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ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

ENTERTAINMENT. Pursuant to announcement the musical and literary entertainment, instituted with the. object of augmenting the. Church of England building fund, came off with great eclat on Tuesday evening last. In the broadest sense of the term it was a decided success ; everyone who witnessed it, we be lieve without exception, must have been highly pleased with the entertainment it afforded, the programme, apparently, having been arranged to meet the various tastes of a miscellaneous audience. The large room ?just erected as a storeroom by the Messrs. Barnes, and kindly lent by them for the occasion, is capable of accommodating com fortably some three hundred or more ; and on Tuesday evening there was very little space to spare when: the audience were seated. Being a fine moonlight night, and the air agreeably mild for this season of the year, the townspeople and country folk turned out with a will. A word of praise must be given to the gen tlemen who decorated the room and made th...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 8th August. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. \ iV' -*'r AT 000TAMUNDRA. f On Wednesday , 8th August. - Country Lots : V . Lot A, portion 122, 40a, c. Bland, vp. Congou, on both banks of Congou Creek,; and adjacent to part of eastern boundaries ? of portion 55 andW. Mackay's conditional purchase portion 56, of 40a each, p. Yed Yeo. Oucumbla run. ' ? Lot B, portion 9, 40a, c. Bland, p. Mioon-, bucca, on a small watercourse, and adjoin ing the southern boundary of waW-reserve No. 901, and the western Doundary of por tion 8 of 40a, Narraburra run. , . Upset price £1 per acre.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUG. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

WESLEYAN CHUECH. Sunday. Aug. 5. Wallendbeen, li a.m. — Eev. G. Thompson. Cootamundra, 3 p.m. — Ditto Jiridalee, 7 p.m. — Ditto

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PUTTING THE BABY TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

PUTTING- THE BABY TO SLEEP. (Chicago Tribune. J The young rascal has no more idea of going to sleep than the man in the moon. He deftly clutches me by both earrings, and throwing himself upon his feet in a manner calculated to make the most fond mama's teeth chatter, and seizing my frizzes by way of steadying himself, he firmly grasps my back-comb, which he only relinquishes at my earnest and repeated solicitations. Find ing lesvs comfort there than he had reason to expect, he proceeds to explore my eyes, nose, ears, and mouth with his chubby fore finger, emphasizing the research by trying his teeth on the aforesaid members. Ana tomy exhausted, he turns to pastures new. Do not imagine that I have been an idle re cipient of these fond attentions; No! I have been sweetly chanting, trotting, arid rocking. I have tenderly given 'Sweet and low,' 'Sleep, baby, dear.' I have done 'The Crooked Man,' ' Humpty-Dumpty,' with variations, 'Hickory, Dickory, Dock,' &c, and have conscienti...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, AUG. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

; v EELIGIOTJS SERVICES. a CHUECH OF ENGLAND. '?;?' Sunday. Attg. 5. ? Muri'umburrah,; 1 1 a.m. ; 7 *30 j-.m. 'Cootamundra, 11 a.ia. ; 7*30 p.m.— Bev. W. Cocks. WallendDeon at 3.30 p.m.— Eev. W. Cocks ?

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, 15th August. COUNTRY LOT: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

AT BUEEOWA. On Wednesday i loth August. Country Lot : y Lot Apportion 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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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 8th August. COUNTRY LOTS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 8th August. Country Lots :. Lot A, portion 46, 26a 2r, p. Cooba* lying ?? ^between southern boundaries of T. Tjirner's 'conditional purchases Nos. 42 and 43 of 200 acres each, and the northern boundary of J. Jenkins's portion No. 33 of 174 Ja, p. Tenan dra. Nangus run. Lot B, portion 31, 53a 2r, p. Mitta Mitta, adjoining the eastern boundary of W. Offer's v 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; Metcalfs 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. Lot E, portion 87, 40a,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

' Mutual Life Association of Australasia. ? 0^- Established 1869. ?????; Incorporated by Act of 'Parliament. PEINCIPAL OFFICE, 2QU GEOBGE-STREET, SYDNEY./ - DIEECTORg^S^ito/eijahGordon, Allen, MJi A^^epyC^^aiiTO^n ; H. G. Allege, Esq., M.Iy; doliri^Wesf Esq., MJu.A.j S. Dickinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, Esq. . ? / 3000 Policies in Force for .. £950,000 Annual Premium Income .. .. 32,000 Total.ClaiinsPaid ? .-.'... 23,000 Invested Funds upwards of . . 60,000 ' The first office in these colonies to free life assurance froin harassing restrictions. ^ {Ef» Agent' at Cbotamundra : — FRANK MOORE, from -whom all information can be obtained. By order of the Board, J. 0. REMINGTON, : Secretary The Ooulburn Herald ?'?'?I1').!''.-...'. ... ? ' ASP / !? The CJoiilburn CHronicIe ARE now.. amalgamated and printed by '; sjfceam. Pu^fshed twice a week; 'double;si^;e on Satu:dfay\ ? The paper has a llpge circulation amongst ?mercantile men, paltqralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealersj/y . Gbulburn co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

First Fresh Salmon in Sydney.— This morning we were shown by Mr. A. Myers a' piece of fresh salmon which has been broughts to Sydney by the purser of the P. M., S. S. City of Sydney at the instance of Messrs. « Myers and Cantor. Two whole fiish have landed perfectly sweet and sound. They were packed in ice during the voyage. They came from San Francisco, and' tneir long voyage does not appear to have depreciated their flavour. We hope that the introduction of fresh salmon to Sydney may be the means of opening up a new branch of commerce, and that it will not be long before fresh sal mon will be regarded as a not uncommon ? ? luxury in this colony. — Echo. Eeported Sticking up on the Mudgee ,Road. — It is currently reported (says the Independent J that Turner's van, which left Mudgee on Monday for Wallerawang^ was stuck up on. Wednesday last, in the vicinity of Cherry-tree Hill, by two armed men, who did not gain muph by their enterprise, the cash obtained being under £2. The robbers...

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