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BOY TORN BY A LION AT THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

BOY TORN BY A LION AT THE v, v. - haymarket; : ? - ^rEchoij Shortly after, 8 o^clock on Monday morn ' ing, By&ney Xious Extrari, ten year's of age, whose father Nhasbeen in the eniploy of the Sydnev Gas Company for a number of years, and who resided.; ;w.ith/ his parents* -at 497,. Pitt-stoeet south, had a very narrow escape of being- torn' to dealh by a lion. As it is, he ^.received some very severe lacerations. The lion, which., is, a good-^sized one, was owned by a travelling exhibitor named Rat-. . liffexot Katcliffe. a -n^xt door neighbour of . the.Extrans, who kept it in an ordinary cage in f^e ( yaijdi only, separated Jby a.. ..broken' leri&^frbiAithat attaoh6d'tP: E±ttfaii's;' Kouse. Ratcliffe's yard is very easy of access ; and it i$., surprising, considering the number; of chiltlreri'attfafcted by the spectacle of kn aftij mal not very frequently seen, that no casu alty had previously ocourred. In the morn ing, s fl8 ,np.entiohed, . the; -little , boy-, ; E...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

if. I i!U.I.U Hi. . J -i 1 J-l .J.ioyo .S l^-c.y.UJ. UJ «V-J!uiiy. = .. fjj'U ;t-- f RAILWAYr. TIME-TABLE.-, ,' Odi jvV^^o /nDO-^^^RAINB^i^A^O I ^ Syffiiiy d&iify' T ^ if y~--\ ?; /-fRarrairia,tta'r Jurictiori, 1 '1'3 mile's, i';i0*34-:a1.ml. ? . -.-iVand'S'SS^iiiii j i{'F&irfield,ll8 ^s^lO-^^d^^r^ 2^; and ?*,!Livera6bi,i:22^ ^riiilesp;il',3'iSnd!6;26!;: -3/8' ^nd ? - Oam^D^lllbwiiV :a^''i^3i0s,ol''l';4O 4to.d: '.7 *0 ' 6/9^ . - ii-viw^afia1 4/3^':/' !? ' !Me^ariglS;r4;Q riiile'sj' 11 *56 'and 741;6 ';;8/6 'arid . ... . 'aife. 'to iiujij j-joo^ n | ^'Pitii^ri, 1 53! mile§, ^i2,^5' ^^8 pi ! # --]:i-»i! ^^/6'is;:, :.».ri;! 4|ovo -Jtoi .^;i. .;. | -iU;.:-e,-ijg^g; Y-- 7.u'i V | Bowral, 80 miles, ^'lS-^rid1 9'*33^! -20y6!,r^rid 1 '7.0't wU i' - -J-.'O I'«'i - qst i.'- - J ... -1 ! ' '''.otMofc V^^SB^ifeS, ^3.o.0^d'9^50'l^42/3 ? ' and 15/9 .. ' Marularit lli'iiaile^i' S^S^arid'lO'Sei;1?!/ and '22/9' ^ :i[. . r - .; ? Gofei^;- 134 'Ml§s;-'44o:and 11*55 ; 37/3: / - ^ and 27...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

' . ( i POSTAL* TDJIE-TABLEi ' ;| , )f„ , . , f. , SIDNEY AJLv' ,' . , , ?' Sydney ;jpoifali ..'on' iEueMaj:, -.ThLurbdd^,j - ? and Saturday^ i1 1 ? . . o j 7 - Ari^vto.at\Murrumburrah at 4.30 a.m.- j, ; 5 Jje^iyes Murrjwburrah at ^..40, a.m. , ; ?- :jf}^eav^s.'m^endbee^.a . p:, ; „ A^yes at Coptamundra at 8.15 a.m. , j 7 * ; Leaves Cootamundra at. 8:45 a.m. . . | ~T~7rT ^Cuiigegbng at .10 a.m... ? , ? j i 1~''' Beftiurigi;a at ll.45 a.m. 1 — ? ? Junee at 3.15 p.m. j - a-fin-wr, ait '5.. y.vL ?' ? / . ^AMviiag'Wb 'Wagga ':!;l i (YllThfijWAGGAimailjOn. Monday, Wednesday,; iM '''''' j Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. — ^ — - Junee at 10_ a.m. I -rr—r -Bethungra 'ajt Ig.^p ^.m. | r r. . j ir^rives at (Dobtaniuridra' a^ S p'.m.'1'; , , | nl^Uves' Obotamuridra; ait B.'SO p^iri? ' !j''' ' ^8..30 ip.m; Lpayes^liiihjmbui?^ S140 tyi&S' ' ' . . Muttaiia. Matl. ? - ? jjLeftyes'bn Monday and Jfriday at ,4 a;m. Arrives on.Mondajr and ^ur|day, 7.30 p'.m.; ' ' Temora Mail. ~ ! Leaves Cootamundra on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

-*/{.-? . Jis- 6 33 00T -Rs ; -:, *ItorJcer-gtnetf GdotamindrafZj: BeAs to gpfovm/tiiB inhabitants that he /has comm-fofeed business ;Vnd hopes;: by keeping the best material thiit can be obtained, and ' by good woritminship, y to ; merit aSfair share of support. ? I ?? j,;\ f {£§-» Good fit 'guaranteed. V .4^0. All repairs executed cheaply, nefitly^&nd' on the snbptest notice. AERATED WATER FABtfiRVr : /.'» t ; j » ? M - -it i ? * m ?' ? . y* .-1 ; \ . ! i ; { XT T Ev E ATO&^begl to ih%ate to his -?YI6;.u'j!. |Pri6nd8'' Qobtay^ mundra tbat he ha^oOL3D BlIo BUSINESS^ Xinl(dootamundr»y: ? uv^h0_$eratedjjW at-3r Works to Mr. !£HOMAS J {^VEBSTER. j :| J0nf j'ftcturniijg, .thanks, I '£$!;-?? the^s general, : patronage lie has received', WV S. E.' trusts that his friends will accord to his sucoesspr. the same liberal patronage he has. received 'at' their hands. r , - ? ? . -!' i'- ft? ni ? ' mHOMAS^ JOHN^IlB^K, 'in' ' suc- r'l |'V ''?! cee&ingto' the lysy^ss^mj^he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

TERMmUS HOTEL. T-EGS to intimate to the residents of Cop^amundra and district that lie lias ~N.OW OPENED those neat and commodious premises known as the TERMINUS HOTEL, so called because of its being the nearest hotel to the Kailway Station — immediately opposite. It is also the nearest hotel to the Public Eecreation Ground, and for aH purposes conveniently situated. The admirable position of the Terminus Hotel should stamp it as the BEST HOUSE FOR ACCOMMODATION in town, and no effort or expense will be spared to make it acceptable in every other respect. El^3 The Very Best Brands *** Brandy Kept in Stock. . ? - 1 FIRST-CLASS STABLE ACCOMMODATION. the mmmm in connexion with the above Will be held in Mr . Quail's Neiv Auction Mart On Tuesday, Aug. 28. TICKETS to admit Gentleman and Lady, 12/6 ; Single Tickets, 7/6 each. Can be obtained from the committee. T.J.WEBSTER T. JOBSON W. G. ARCHER J. GOWN. A. BRASS BAWD Will be in attendance. Permanent Mutual Benefit , Building and Ipestm&am...

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, 15th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

: r- ? i.?i T On Wednesday, 15th ''AMgueU-'i^i-^d I ' Country-Lot : ; - — ; ? ? j ? Lotl'A, -portion 230, * 40a, c. Harden, p~ - Begg&i Beggan, on-the road from Beggan ('1^4 to» Mu^iabuwaih;^ j:o -w the- western ?boundai'y Hen ? ? '?Bvjflfcg; fsi conditional pur, chased .pox^ioiial 'No. ? !206ia4i 246, and adjoining theU'southlern bound^y of John Moore's conditwnal pur chase ^rtioitt Ho. 229 of 40a. IJp^t price, £1 por acyp. . . '-f ..

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COOTAMUNDRA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

cootamundra prices gtjrrent. Flour, fine, £16 ^ ton 5 seconds, 14/10/-. Wheat, 5/6 W bushel Pollard, 1/9 ty bushel Bran, 1/6 bushel Bread, 0/5 ^2tb loaf Maize, 6/0 to bushel Oats, 5/9 ^bushel Hay, £9^ ton Straw, £3 to £4 ^ ton Lutter, salt, 1/10 to 2/0 ^ lb Bard, 0/6 ¥ lb Bacon (retail), 1/2 ^ lb Eggs, 2/0 #'doz. Potatoes, 10/6 cwt. Fowls, 3/0 W .Pair Fat cattle, prime, £8 to £9 Medium to good, £7 to 7/10/0 Store Cattle, £3 to £3 15; bullocks, . £4 to 4/15/0 ' Fat Wethers, prime, 12/0 to 13/0 Store Wethers. 6/0 to 7/0 ? Store Ewes, 5/0 to 10/0 ' Pigs, 0/3 to 0/3& W lb Beef (retail), 0/4 to 0/5 Mutton (retail), 0/4 to 0/5 ' Hides 5/0 tp 8/0 each , Sheepskins,' Q/3 to 0/4 ; pelts 0/2 to 0/3 Tallow, 23/0 to 26/0 W owt. '

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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE WAR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

!Mii ;G£M)STONE on. THR^ WAR ^ i j i QUESTION: i ':4-' ^ $ !j j';4; ! ( Western }Veekly l$etys.) v iT^e; Bigbt Hon. W. Mi Qkdstoiiei, on? ite^l st Ma^ last, add^^b^n a^dipncbi, *-f s6me 30,^00 persons;' ana the' above named -journal gives the following report ,pf,,tlie sppecji.'r— . I ; ;Mr. G^adstofae^ whose risiiig .-wasljlibfei signal for cheers again and again re ?peated, and which for some minutes pro mised no abatement, said the, question had been asked -by their political cti'tic^ tfrhy they assi* He would say a few words on the first question. They werb thSre in conriexibn': with an operation ; of the mo^t ^strictly ; practical kind,^ ^rmi^ ' ham had acquired a reputation enhancing the fame she already possessed for effect ing the political organisatibn' ' of the Liberal party. They had many lessons po- le^rn ? from their ^ political {opj^etrfs, j aM theit poUtical!; opponents swerb ahje^d j iirdr^ani^ibn^arid they would continue ahead so long as the Liberals continued to pu...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Mondav. With the exception of an occasional shower the weather since our last has been fine. Very cold frosty nights followed by warm sunshiny days prevailed until Sunday, when . a change took place and a bleak wind blew during tjie day unaccompanied by rain, but evidently not far from it. The favourable showers latelv experienced have been verv beneficial, and the country round about wears a beautiful green appearance. Goidburn Herald , Friday. The weather since our last has, with the exception of a shower or two on Wednesday afternoon, been fine during the week. The days have been pretty warm and clear for this season of the year ; but the nights and mornings have been sharp. Grass continues to grow, notwithstanding that the frosts have been pretty severe. Cattle are said to be getting on much better than was expected, though they are mostly very poor; but as the worst of the winter may be«aid to be now over, fears are no longer entertained of stock succ...

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ON PLANTING FRUIT TREES, AND THE SORTS TO PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

ON PLANTING FRUIT TREES, AND THE SORTS TO PLANT. f 4i. ( Illustrated Sydney News .J Tsose of our readers who may desire to plant a f e-y fruit . ..shftuld now lose no time in getting the' work- done; and as 1 a . successful . ?.rbsult will gi'eatly'dependupoii.the'yarietieB''Se lected. care shojild be^taken (t^ secure p^t^.jVhich: ripen tSie^j&t in\ s^pcbs&ion throughout the , ,yeai- Inattention in this respect J or the indiscriminate pur chase of trees withput reference' ,tp their character or period of. ripenmgj will |ften result in a glut of fruit ;at one ; seaspri } of the year, and a scarcity at other ^times ; and, so the advantages of possessing a garden are largely sacrificed, . and .much disappointment experienced where there should be nothing, but a feeling pf plea sure and satisfaction, ,As^ vuler the varieties- of applpsj and pekrs whichsriperi'durin^ the mid-season may always be purchased cheaply ; it is ; the very early and .the 'late ripening sorts whic...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. V Vigilance Committee.— ^ The committee iriet - j on Tuesday, evening last. A letter was read from Mr. Leary, who forwarded an enclo sure from the Department of Public Works, stating that no definite arrangements had been made for the occasion of the opening of the line to Co'otamundra, but that the Secre tary of Public Works would be present. Mr. Leary omitted to state whether he would come, but it is generally accepted that he will attend the opening demonstration. The committee directed the secretary to apply to Treasury for the loan of bunting for the occasion ; and also to call a public meeting for the ICth instant, with the view of having a demonstration committee appointed by the public.— The subject of the condition of the ' road where the line crosses it at Jindalee, whicli had been rendered liable to be im passable by the concentration of waters by the railway culvert erected there, was next brought before the meeting ; and the secre tary was directed t...

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IGNORANCE OF AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

, IGNORANCE 'OP AUSTRALIAN - v V GEOGRAPHY., , ; i Cj fp' ^HeraJd.^ I Au stralian ; coloniste, are by/this time suffi ci^Rfe ^ihar. ^ith ;. the ignorance that W^iVaafe iii the simplest lesson^ in the geography of this part of the ;wbrld ; but we question whether there has been a more conspiucbus ^illu'stre,-. tion of this ignorance than ha's receiitly been furnished to tho Engli&hjSpeafator by a cen ItienmfirwhtK^gniar himself 'An AustraHan UolomSt. It apears that durini? last vfln.r ' I there was published in London a new odi tion ? ? Pf ? iBi'obke's a- General' Gazetteer,- and [ Geography , of .then World.'' Such a book ,^b^d naturally attempt to furnish somo in- ! ? formation^ brought dowri to the present time.. Tms^ttempt is made with mii pb Iri . wit^ wh&t;^peess|thp;fc5low- k from the ./communications re fe^^^will show^ ^Underithblheadfof Melbowne^ we are inforaied that 'it is a city of South Australia, the capital of the in Ntw .South Wales.' ! We are kilidly ...

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GLEANINGS FROM PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

GLEANINGS FROM PARLIAMENT; The Minister for Works stated, in answer to Mr. James Watson, that tenders for post and telegraph offices at Murrumburrah would be invited as soon, as praticable, plans for . the erection being in hand. The money for a courthouse there would not be available until the Approbation Act was passed, but plans for the work had been ordered. Replying to Mr. James Watson, the Colonial Secretary stated that the trustees for the recreation reserve at Murrumburrah could not be legally gazetted until the land was dedicated. Then- names would be sub mitted for the approval of the Executive Council without dela^. In answer to a question from Mr. James Watson, the Colonial Secretary stated that the conveying of land at Demondrille creek, near Wombat, was still waiting* for the re port of the surveyor of the district. Steps would be taken to urge the sending of the report. The Minister for Works stated in the Assembly, in answer to a question from Mr. James Watson^ that ...

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PASTIME. No. 1.—CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

PASTIME'.- ? ?-' No. l. -CIT.-UlAIIE. ! A PiyORAL English pronoun first is reckoned* 'Which may in every page 'be met ; , ; ! ' A limb of rapid' motion is my second, Not found in1 nian-r-»at least* as yet ; ? Many: a Highland. cliief: of high degree Has prefixed' to his name my number three. And., my fourth, a surname you will see, ; ; But only in the Lowlands is it heard. : Th,ese. four divided into throe you'll . find. . , ; i / A useful instrument will name, ; ; i Which, with some others of like kind, ; ' Oui Yankee cousins justly' 'claim.-; r ' , /. No.- 2. — DIAMOND PUZZLE, li A' consonant; a plaything ; a half -note in .. music; td'foam; ;a desperate fellow ; - history v : of reptiles ;? = one ! who .entices ?; - t6 : give: back o agaiti. } compound , berries ; . to plunder' ; . a consonant; My whole, read vertically* is . whatthe pastime column encourages. ^ ? r ? ' ,, / W.O.P. ;

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM ' SYDNEY. 1 (From our Telegraphic Correspondent. ) yr. — — Saturday. 3-30 n.111. The Government has received a telegram confirming the Russian defeat. A great battle, is hourly expected at Tirnova, two . Turkish armies endeavouring to form a junction. If the Russians are defeated, it is supposed the campaign will end. Mr. Garrett's resolution in reference tp the administration of the thirty-first sec tion of the Land Act Amendment 4.ct of lb7o was carried this morning by a ma jority of two'. Including those who paired off, the number of members who voted was sixty-six. Mr. Parkes recog nised the vote as of a grave character, and moved the adjournment of the House, which was assented to amidst cries of ' Dissolve.' Sydnjsy, Monday 5*46. Nothing has yet transpired respecting the intention of the Ministry with regard to the recent defeat. A Cabinet meeting will be held to-morrow. The drought in- the Western district is so severe that the Minister for Works has been com...

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POETRY. TO A FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

. II A.V ' N 'j: ' TO A^IRTl- 'X K: - W|3$kqtjt any feeliiig ypuraelf . love, '?! - » ^ ^One smile from a true-hearted girl, love, '* Is worth all your heart can bestow. We've flirted and spooned, and all-that vlove, ? And been fickle, and foolish, arid false, ' v f-^AtyJhaye^M^l,e.4j^AV)93d.ex.of joy, lpy,e,.,„,. As though lost in the maze of a waltz. ' ' But don't think for a moment your wiles, imcw'a-a.v.v I - '.!? r.» wi«v. - v. ?? ? . ?„» ,».v-w t .-.V . ? love, * |~|'r|Jaye£eyer elitr4mmellQd'6iy hea^;/:\rj ; It's too true and- tpoj steeled, I opine, love, ? For such fbllies :itd'. cause it a smart. . W6 '6acli: gain, love^ We e^h^ow! we've nothing to lose ? When we.each know each other so well, lovo, Why 'shouldn't' We Sift if we choose ? ? We've been fools for a while on life's -stage, . v love, ; ... ; h ' '??i-'-'-«tftke'inaiiy :fafc' wiser than we : : ' £ Yet. in spite of the sneers ,of our friends}, love, /.'V^p've ['.acted our Mparts to.a T. ; . Yet now that it's over a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

THE CITY BANK, ' - , sin^irartr., ; r; ? ; 1 ? '. ? riPHB above, jB^ikc-has OX'ENED ' A ' a-jiijl ,1 ' ' BRAJT Cffy^S^otamundr'a for the, i ? ' tratiimctioii of -£u xyjja&l banking business. ! ; -'Agencies t^ou^Hout tbo' world. ' r s !! -vTh'e; Branch is tirid^ir' the mriiia&emeiit of, - Ut. iJ.1 1. - PETRIE. . v' ..i 1 . ! Codtitolndray -j ;- , -i. --i 30th:tfanuary,' 187,7; - ^ j Hr.:.;-U DR. T. J3. J VI MY, , : L.A.C.L., I/.M.B.3., ' (A LEtfAiiLY Medical Practitioner,) MAY be consulted DAILY at; the . Star ' .; Hotel, Cootamundrai ? i ? i.'. - ??'r.'i ; RICHARD OIITGHELL, Au(6iidheer^w^&mIssioii Agien^ ; V.vi '? : \ - ; ? , r i GOOTAMUNDRA. j r - , : ? i * ? H. G. DONOVAN, ' ' ? : SOLICITOR, he., ! :FI I'ZMATJ JICE-STEEET, ! ' r 'JnnL '' -.iVn 'VjE^wft^ASOA.. ' {^f; Abends Coptamundra every Court day. I ' ; 8ign-^r!ter9 House-painter, and ... Decorator, j ; Paperkangf mid Glasjier,. . COOTAMtJNDEA. . . ' ; A LL orders execy^ w£thx the utmpbt I 1 ' L Vehicl...

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AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 8th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

V AT OTNDAGAI, / . ' ^ On Wedmsddij, 'Wi' l ' \ it--%?NTE^,Lp^S;4 ;; ; ,, ',;if J ^ -J, XZ- i ?i . fi ! SiiOt, A, portion 4|8, , 26a 2r, pj wba, lyi4g,; -e^t^ebri sout^ernrbo^dapes.Qf;.^ Turneij's' - ?^nditional piixchaseg ^°s. 42 arid .13 of 200^ oi abreB each, and the no^6rn ;boiiii^ry of; J. ?x:j'ieitosls.-^)i?tion- Noi. 33^f-il-74J^..p^JPenail- ? Jid^o iN^ugus fun. ' , , ? :/ ,.r, ! *'? ; i f^ot Bj portion 3,1 j 53a 2r^p. Mitfo Mitta, , 1 adjoining the eaatpii^ boundary of 1^. Offeif s : .-- cpiiditipual purqhaee No. 29 of ,(60a/ knd the .l^lmdaiyvYof,;-^R(lyaoMil -.^tirclttise of 200a,u.lfetfca.l^lfe-in«i.Yr/i! ? ' ,:.^ot ,C» portion 162, i 24a 2r;\ p.; Eimo,j lying . ; :befrsy;een the : southern boundary , of Henry t _ ..Mptcalf 's conditional purchase No. of 60 - ; , acres, and the northern, boundary pf Mary 1 o Woo^& conditional purchase No|i 155. of ? (iWa.:; i . Na.ngus run,.; : Lot'Dj portion Ulv320a, p. Nafigii^, situ - : ated: ;about, 80 i chains, westerly fromi...

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LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 8th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

? ' EANll SiVLES: : ' ? 'J j . : at co(^ato^eaI : ; ? ' ' ' ' Oii Wednesday,: 8th August ' ;; J 'A.':tjptf^Y toTS':'' * ' '-v'-Lot A. .portion 122, 40a,. c._ Bland,, b. v '? '.;Obn^u,nx;on:,bq%-:.ban^.qi^Coiigou Creek, and adjC^fti M ftart of 'lbk§tefl| boundarijBS \of porifion 55 and-W.- Mackay's conditional' t^chasp^priion, #-?, /of 4Da!.e^bhtj'p. Ypo Yeo.' Cucumbl'a runl . , ' / Lot B, portion .9, 40a,' c. Bland, p. Mooti-^ buccaj on a^sm^H.^ ^ ^ratercour^py and adjoiu ing the|so.](ithef^L^ ^'l^pundary of; water-reserve No. ^Ol^and the Western Dpun^atry of por v /-. i ^tioiS 8 -rof 40ia, ' Narraburra run. i ? ? '

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

Sir H. Parkes, in . his speech when in troducing his electoral bill, displayed . anything' biit ' a narrow-minded view of . - the)': question he was proposing to deal ;with,— rnamely, the parliamentary repre sentation of the ;? people. On several ? occasions of late he has shown himself ' worthy 'of- 'the. 'style and title of a states ? man :. and . it must be refreshing to, all ./ » who have within them a true patriotic , ' spirit to feel that, amidst the turmoil and ; ; . contentions of cavilling, factious, de - , \ generate politicians, there is even one v in our moribund Parliament capable of loolcing above the mere details of an im ; paiiant question. A courageous political ' opponent is worthy of our esteem ; but a sycophant, who obsequiously bows to the bidding of the mass, is worthy only , ? of contempt. We are led to make these . remarks by the desire which: Sir Henry Parkes exhibited in his speech to lift the ' colonyabove petty jealousies and mere localism — to encourage ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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