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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—AUGUST. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

V ? MONTHLY CALENDAR.— August. 7 PHASES OF Tibs MOON. . i Last 'Quarter 2nd, 8*25 a.m. ' ? ??. * .New. Moon .. . . . 9th, 3/22 a.m. First Quarter .. . . 16th, 8*33 p.m. Full Moon . . v. 24th,: 9*15 p.m. , ' ' ' ?' ' ' Sun , ' Days. Memoranda. ~~ ' V .* . ; v ... -g. .m : » w' ?1 W. . - ? 6*54 5 *18 2 Th.' Leichardt exp. started, '65 6*53 5*19 3 E. ' - ' ' 6-52 5-20 . ;4 S; : 6' 51 5*21 5 S. Tenth after Trinity 6*50 5-21 . ' 6 M. 6*50 5 '22 7 T. ? ? , , ' 6-49 5-23 r 8' W. ; : ' v 6-48 5*23 ? : 9 Th. Capt.' Marryat died, '58 6*47 5*24 10 E. . British tk^poss. Tas., '03 6*46 5-25 11 S. ' . / ' 6-45 5-26 12 S. Eleventh aft. Trinity 6*44 5*26 ' 13 M. ? 1^-, t. * 6*43 5*27. 14 T. 6*42 '5-28 * -.15 W. ! South AustraKa f., '34 6'4l 5-28 16 Th. - , ? ' ' , ? 6-39 5-29 17 F._ . ' 6*38 5*30 ! 15 S/ . - . 6-37 5;3i 19 .S.' ? Twelfth aft. Trinity' 6*36 5*31 ! \ , 20 M. Dunbar wrecked, '67 6*35 5/32 ' 21 Ti ' (20) Comdre. Goodenough 6*34» 5*33 ' . 22 .! :killedi;'75 - 6*33 5*33' 23 Th. ? 6*31 5-...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH IF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, AUG. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

; RELIGIOUS SERVICES. ; ' ;1 ? ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ; : ? ? / - ' ? Sunday, Aug. 12. Cootaimmdra, 11 a.ni. ; 'Murrumburrah, 11 a.m. 7*30. p.m. — Rev; | - . »_v;- W. Cocks. ?'

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM' THE DAILY PAPERS.] London, July 25. In a despatch, to Lord Loftus, ,. jtlie Earl of Deby says he fea^rs that the Eiissiari atrocities will bring, about a terrible vengeance. : Sulieman Pasha, with his army, has reached Karatova. t The Eussi^jis have been re pulsed at Silistria. ? Jtily 27. The Turkish army corps has concentrated around Plevnaj and threatens to \cut off tli6 Eussian line of communicationi A Eus sian force has crossed the Balkans by the Iron Gate Pafcs, and reached J amboli. The Eussians have in vested Silistria. The American situation1 ; is im prbying. The Erie railway strike indirectly gaye rise to serious riots in Chicago. The : military were called out, and fired among the people, killing and wounding 150 persons. i - A ? i { i i , The E. M. S. TanjOrej with the English mails for Australia, left Galle on the;26th instant. ' ; ; ' July 28. Sulieman Pasha has been de feated at Karabunas. . Great agitation prevails in San Erancisc...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUG. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, Aug. 12. ? Cootamimdra^ 3 p.m.— Rey. J. Spalcling 0^ The' semces are Held i'ortmglitly in . the afternoons. - ' - '

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUG. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

- X WESLEYAN CHURCH. ' *»?» r»- ' Sunday, ; Aug; -5. ???; ???? ^fyWaUendboen, .1 1 a.m.- — Rev. W. Hill ': - Jinclalee, 3p.m.— Ditto.' pCootamundra, 7 p.mirr-Ditto. ?

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

- ; 'ANSWERS. - : Diamond Puzzle ' by Sphinx : — ' Isaac ; Nbwton,' thus— : ' ? ..ASS .. ? .V. . ''.ISAAC - , . 7; AB.y. An C E . . .. . !? . . I N N O C E N OE .. 7:' : . IS'AXb NEKTON-' sentEn;ced,: ; ? ? . ' . 3 E-T W E E N- . . MA.T IN . : ? ? s O t . . . :. : / ; n ; ? ; Conundrum by Zoon: — ' Man;' thus : In the morriihg of -life he crawls - on all-fours ; in' the- noon he walks' upright ;, and in the , evening he uses a staff; : **» ; ; r ' - 1 ^ ? , 6 i r W.C.P. . No. 3, Riddle ^c;xin.'^p;o.x.

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No. 3.—WORD PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

? n No. 3.— WORD PUZZLE. ' : What,Eriglish word of two ' syllables and '' fiyiile^W'inayv without any other altera ' tion ,th[an inverting the order of its third and 1 fourth lefcterib, be changed into another word of diametrically opposite Bonification. T.'J ! No. 4.— ENIGMA. . : A gentleman had a portrait of a youth in ' his room, and some of his friends asked, him ?' ? Whoin it' was intended to repf esent'. ; : His re ' ply was ' ' ',|1. ?' : ; ! ' Uncle ; and brother have I none, But this bdy's father was my father's son.' ' Conundrum.— Why would tying a slow horse to Tom Evans s pole seem to improve ; his pace ? ; ? : ? ? ' ^ ^ A.B.O. '

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EXECUTION AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

? .. EXECUTION: AT ADELAIDE. ; . '*? ? ' fSlA.:AdveHise7'.J\' ? The ^fprtuate,man..Charles Streitman, who was fpuhd .guiltjr at the last criminal sittings of the Supreme Court of .'the murder , of Robert Woodhead,- a bailiff, at Wallaroo, and sentenced to death, suffered the extreme penalty of the law within the Adelaide gaol shortly after 8 o'clopk on Tuesday morniug, July 24. On Monday, afternoon he took a farewell of liis wife arid youngest child, his three other children being at Wallaroo. On Tuesday morning: he- rose early, and penned the-followiug : ' I wish to thauk tho jGover nor ^for ' hid kindness to my 'mfe;: and the public for their kindness to. me, and all those who have Wronged me I forgive with all my heart, /and (' wish all. good night. .(Signed) O./Stratmaii.';: At/7i. o'clock, ;theJ' Revil Lyall and Mr. R. Berry, the City Mission ary, . who had ! been his - religious advisers since his: - sentence,: attended1 him, -and spent the. time with him. till 8 o'clock, in p...

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THE LACHLAN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

THE LACHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. Watson, the energetic member for- the Lachlan, is using his best efforts for a . divi sion of the proposed electorate of the Lach lan into two — Young and Grenfell. That of Young embraces part of the County of Har-j den ; a;nd the amended boundaries1 are as follow :-r- . Young.. | Embracing part of the pastoral district of Lachlan counties of Harden Monteagle and Bland and bounded on the east from the south ern source of Morongla creek by the range forming the western watershed of the Boorowa river southerly to the ilange dividing the ?waters falling to the ? Lachlan river from those falling to the Murrumbidgee river and by that range westerly and the range form ing the western watershed of Douglas- creek southerly to a point due east from' the south j east corner of J. C. Wellman's three hundred and twenty acres on *Bar wang creek thence ; a line west to that corner and by the south boundary of that laiid and its westerly prof longatibn bearing west in a...

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EARNEST NEED OF A NEW AND DEFINITE OSCULATORY STATUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

EARNEST NEE© OF A NEW AND I DEFINITE OSOlliATORt STATUTE. I ^P^DON pajierd. (says an American journal) lia,Ke mention -.of a Glasgow widow who .has brought a, auitva^in^t a- man for kipsingher, with |dapaag^s jlai^' at/2o0(i ; dollars. ^ There is of late atf alarming frequency, .of ; this class of actions, which seem to demand that our codes shpuld'jb^.isd. e&teiiciecL as - to include, and properly describe and limit the oft'once. It eannpt'be/the intention of tho law to put an end to, all osculatory exercise, for there 1 aro; occasions when kissing; is rm legitimate I as pleasant. What is needed, then, is such I jstatutory. regulation .as . shall, .inform the 1 anxious man, accustomed to set his face I redPhitely against every labial temptation, i r * j u'st whom ho may kins ' and whom he may m 1 not; and what shall be the measure of dam ages in oase the law is broken-. One of the ancient despots' was accustomed to have his laws written in the r&iiiall^st ; -hflndV ...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. Thursday, Aug 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

, y JOTTINGS PROM IGQTJLBURN. By Cousin Will. . ? ? ? j, Thursday, Aiig 2. It is about a month' since ? X! last communi - cated1 ! with! you; and to prevent ' my con 1 science accusing me of further neglect, I 'nowhasten to furnish' you with such inform ' ation ' concerning this place as shall come into my head. ? . 1 ? First of all, then, the weather. This is a subject of' considerable ' importance gene rally^ and we find as a rule that it is upper most in people's thoughts, and in their con versations, too. We have had many atmos pherical changes during the past four weeks. Cold weather has prevailed the greater part of ^the time, the frosts : being pretty sharp, : noifciceably those of the last few mornings. ? We!haye been pretty free from winds, but - may. ? expect them from now till the end of next month. We have' lately had beautiful spring-like weather, which seems to have had -?a tetidericy to deceive the fruit-trees, some of which- are rather premature in budding, 'i 'The w...

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

HoipjwAVs Pills and; Ointment. — Rheuniatism and Neuralgia. Though the former disease remorselessly attacks the young arid the robust, and the latter 'ruth lessly selects its yictims from ; weak , and delicate, the same medical treatment will in fallibly cure both complaints. iiA|ter the. af fected parts have been dihgently^-iagp.ted ,wi£h hot brine,; and. the skin has been^ra^r HoUoway's Ointment must pe weU .and ? per-'- ' ; severingly. .rubbed in for a few minutes twice a. day, and his, Pills must be taken according to the printed directions round each, jbox pf his medicines: Both ,. Ointinent ahd;1Pills a/re accompanied by, instructions designed for the public at large, , and no in valid who attentively reads thein. can be at any loss to doctor hunself successfully. , . DijBcerent Modes of Expressioni— ;At ..the Philadelphian Centennial the Philadelphia ladies cry out— ' Isn't it cunning ?' New .'^ork; ladies-^-* f Howjav^p^rbly lovely !' '? Bos ;tonladies--r-- Ah,^ ho^r exquaws...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 7 August 1877

' ' MISCEtLANEOUS. ]\ ' ' MeE Trade y: , Protection. —pie' Argus (Melbourne) says':— If protectionists wijsre asked to name any two or -three industries which had jbeen estabirshed, and' which are still fostered' by Customs duties, ' they must 'Certainly put the toot and shoe trade high on the list. Tftne after time . we have been, told that it is to the tariff, and to the tariff :a,lone,. that Collingwood is indebted for the factories in question. . Yet we find that iri this very direction the free-trade colony has made the. most progress in .the past,, and is 'likdly'to' make - the mdst' in the ' future. Sydney alone has 2260 hands at work; in these, establishments. In Victoria the t'cjtal returned for the whole of the colony is 1664 males; and ;::887:; femalesT-rthesei; being Mr1. Hayter's figures for March 31, 1876. Thus Sydney is actually found to employ 200 more .hands than the. .whole of . Yictoria. ? If we take the population returns, the discrepancy becomes still- stronger....

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

Department of Lands, ??? * Jjj Sydney, 22nd June, 1877. * * ' *| Notice is hereby given, that the Lands specified in the annexed Schedule, conditionally purchased at the Land Office, Gundagai, are now, , S o^ving to the division of that District, comprised within the New Land -Office, District of Cootamundra. ! V ?r- RICHARD DRIVER. ' . ; ' ' '? ? ? ? ' * ? ' - - 1 l : ' - ? — - - — ? ? ? ? ? ? __ __ — — . — — — Name,. Area. Comity. Bemarks. Name. ' Area. County. ' Remarks. \ ' - a. r. p. ... . a. r. p. v Ellon Dwyor ? 40 Harden William Manning ? v. 49: 1 „ ' ' ' v Margaret. '.Sinclaiv ? 80 Clarendon Transferred to 'Duncan Sinclair William Manning ? ... 40 'Harden , . . . ' - * ?Margaret, Sinclair ? .40 ' do ' William Manning ? ' „ ' 1 - '*-/ Micliaul Tuoliov, sen ? 85 Harden - ? William Manning ? „ „ Void .Tolni Tuoliuy ' ? , ? 40 » ? ? William Maiming .......... „ „ Anfconi Charlos Mobscr - ? ? ,, » '. ? Thomas Manning ... » ? . ,, » - T ^ Murdock A. M'Koime ? Clarendon ? -Now in ...

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

? .1 i u i i 1 i, ; » ? ? || | ? 1 1 1 -?+ Mutual Life Association of' yj* , Australasia. j; :: ci; :m ?? (£§r. Established 1869. 1 . * Incorporated by Act of Parliament. ; ; . ? . i' -;:? ' '? '? j ' OFFICE, 247, GEOfcGE-STREET, ? ' ' ' ' '' SYDNEY. : j ' 's^':T^IEEGTOES-:-—-The Hon. S. D. Gordon, I / M.L.O., Chairman; the Hon.' G. W. ? Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H. G. ' AReyne, Esq., M.I). ; J ohn, Davies, Esq j , ? M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, E^^ M. B. Pell, 3000 Policiea^jn Tnp&Agi&zZ' . ? £950,000 Annual iE^oiuHn^come ? ? ' 32,000 Total Claims ¥&yi. . t/ 23,000 Invested Fund? upwards of . . . 60,000 The first office in these colonies to free - life Assurance from harassing restrictions. 'Ky* Agent at Cootamundra -FRANK MOORE, from whom all information can ' be obtained. By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, ; ' Secretary .:!: ^:The Ooulbffb Herald AND The Goulburn Chronicle v s r A RE now amalgamated, and printed by £ .. J\ ' steam. Publjghgfi twice a ...

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UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The following claims for pre-emptive leases have been approved : — Cootamundra District. Patrick Filand, Binalong, 120a, rent 10/, c. Harden, p. Mylora . David Magill, Cootamundra, 120a, rent 10/, ; c. Bland, p. Congou . William and Patrick Clear, Cootamundra, 12Qa each, rent 10/, c. Bland, p. Dudauman Robert Dowlirig, Cungegong, 480a, rent 15/, . c. Harden, p. Cungegong . Young District. James Whiteman, Young, 240a, . rent 10/, c. Bland, p. Milong Mark J. Robinson, Harden,. 360a, rent, 11/, c. Harden, p. Moppity / The : rent for half-year . commencing -.) 1st July, 1877, must be paid to the agent of , the district or to, the Treasurer imSyfdney. within two months from' 3rd August instant, i'1. The rent Of leases in virtue thereof is at5 thfe 'rate | of £1 per lot per annum, not exceeding- 32.0 : acres, and.at the rate of £2 per section per annum for all lots above that area. All sub sequent payments of rent must be made in advance during the month of S...

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AT BURROWA. On Wednesday, l5th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

AT BURROWA.: * On. Wednesday, loth August* : , ? Country Lot : . ? ?. . . 4 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. Herir nesy's conditional purchases portions No. 206 and 246, and adjoining the southern boundary of John Moore's conditional pur'r chase portion No. 229 of 40a. ? ? ) Upset price, £1 per acre. i On Wednesday j oth September. Country Lots : ; ' ? Lot A, portion 144, 84a, c. and p. Harden1, on the road to Binalong, and adjoining the western boundary qf S. K. Salting's portion No. 1 of 209a. Cumbamurra run. : Exclu sively of a road 150 links wide. \ Lot B, portion 191, 78a, c. Harden, j-. Beggan Beggan, adjoinining the western boundary of J. B. Donkin's portion No. 181, arid the northern boundary of C. Billing ham's conditional purchase No. 162. . Lot C, portion 194, 320a, c. Harden, p. Beggan Beggan, adjoining the, eastern boundary of F. W. King's conditional p...

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THE LAND. LAND SALES. AT GUNDAGAI. On Wednesday, 15th August. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

THE LAND. LAND SALES. ; , AT GUNDAGA^ O . ? , On Wednesday, -loth August. Country Lots : Lot A, portion 52, 40a, c. Buccleuch, p. Gqbairaiong, on the .left. ba,iik of the. Oak creek, and ad joing the eastern boundary of W.' Luff's conditional purchase, portion No. 37 of 100a. Exclusively of a road one chaip. wide. Upset price, £1 per acre. ;?

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 11.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM ' SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent ;J 5 ;; 1 i'V- tf MoIhay^' .TuE^deatli ol. Mr. c^r ' tradicted. ? ? The - English mail via Suez has ar rived at Adelaide and via San Francisco at Auckland. ' The latter is several days late owing to defective furnaces. . ,'^Jn a,nswer to several petitions.,, praying for extended term to his Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson a despatch has been received . stating the inexpedience of taking any steps which would prevent the Imperial authorities from employing* tlie services of an experienced Governor;?; as the requirements of any, inomeht' might demand. T' - . 4.50 p.m. ' The ' Eviening News' says the new Min try is to be -as follows : — Sir J. Robert-; son, Premier ; Mr. Stuart, Treasurer ; ( Mr. Garrett, Secretary for Lands ; Mr. : Combes, Minister for Works; Mr. Lackey, Minister' for Justice ; 6Mr. Long Minister ! for Mines ; Mr. Davies, PostmasterGene iral ; ? Mr Dalley, Attorriey General; ; The* 'Echo' says Mr. Stewar...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, August, 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] iiONDON, Aueiist,2 . j Ai?TE#defepe!rale fightirig at-PleVna, last- ? - ing over two days, the Russians were completely defeated; 8000 wero killed and 24,000 wounded. The Austrian Cabinet has .decided: upon a partial mobilisation. ' -N;w' - V The Premier (Sir Henry Pai'kes) ^has^ forwarded for publication the following official telegram : — 'London, 2nd August, v.zb. ' ' The Turks repulsed the Russians at Plevna- with 'greait slaughter: Osman Pasha, .the new Commander-in-chief, and Mehemet Ali are tryittg to effect a ;jund tion. A great battle is expected hourly . near Tirnbva. The Russians are. marking; great efforts, as a further defeat would destroy their communication with Gourke, south of the Balkans, and their force there 'would be probably destroyed, - and the campaign concluded against Russia.' August 4. Russians state their loss at Plevna .was only 5000'' iheii. Osiiian Pasha's forces have been reinforced, and' they , a...

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