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DISTRICT NEWS. BETHUNGRA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. (from our correspondent.) V ^ BETHUNGRA. (from our correspondent.) Since my last communication we; have been favoured with a few showers of rain, not, however, of sufficient duration to do much good. : In tho coast districts, I believe, ?. large falls of rain have taken place ; arid from this it is inferred that before the end of the month wo shall have had copious showers. The grass, notwithstanding the frequent frosts, is beginning to sprout slightly. The young cereals, too, are beginning to assume' a healthy appearance. Our return of lambs this year will l-e very ,..-,,.11 inrlonrl nwillff in f.TlO flflMl'f.ll of f-TaSS. ' OiJiilil llitlvvvt) vvvamq ? ? ? o ? Febrile diseases, which have: been so pre valent here during the last few months are gradually dying out; and in no case, so far as I am aware (with tlio exception of that referred to m my last); has any fatality oc curred. ; One day last month, a man in the employ o? Mr. J. Donnelly, of Junee,: while engaged ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

Mutual Life Association of : , - Australasia. Established 1869. . , , ty- Act of Parliament. A PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 247, GEOBGE-STBEET, ; SYDNEY. . ' DIRECTORS : — The/Eton.,/^. D. Gordon; M.L.C., ; j%Hon~vG. W. Allen, M.L.A. Alleyne,:' Esq. , $L J)lj Jjoh^Dav^, Esq^ M.L;A.;f' S. Dickinson, /Ejg/; Qi^T^.TPell/ Esq! ?' v'1 ; J ' 3000' Policies in For^e for . . £950,000 Annual Premium Income . . 32,000 Total Claims Paid : . 23,000 Invested Eundb upwards' of .1 60,000 Tke fifst' office in' tliese /colonies to! free life'aiss\ir&ti^^^ Kl® Agent' ' at' Cootamiuidfa ' PRANK MOORE, from whom all mformation can be obtainjed. ' ' ' ' By order bf tlie Board, . ! , j. c remin^on, V ;; j,., . ( ,j-. , Secretary The Goulburn Herald Tlie Goulbury Chronicle ,1 RE now- amalgamated, and printed by J\_ steam. PuManeia. twice a week; double size on Satur^r./ ; The paper has a Jarge^circiilation amongst mercantile men; pastoralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. Goulburn commercial article on...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. (to the' editor.) . Sir,— In Cootamundra, as in most towns of limited dimensions, local news of any des cription is quickly circulated aniorig its in habitants and there can be iio , wonder, there fore that I, among tho numbed of easy-going /townsfolk, should have heard of tile sugges tion, made after the successful issue of the late concert, to form a Musical Society ; and being so favourably -improssod, with the idea is my excuse lor troubling you upon tne subject. If I mistake not, a preliminary meeting, having the same object in view, was held somo short time .back, but, beyond the selection of a committee and a secretary, .?little or nqthing was effected. But previous failures is' no reasonable 'argument against future - attempts., . Probaby ; ;sincet then ?. we have beoome' more aliyo to the /advantages and good results likely to accrue from such , a socioty. The great want previously ox-/ porienced was that of a suitable bwUd-:. ing, but now that , want being ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

Holloway's- Ointment and. Pills.— Sores, Wounds, and Ulcers, ^-rEvery . variety of sore, ulcer, eruption,, boil, and carbuncle is safely stopped in its destructive course by the timely application of this healing, Oint- ; ment. It arrests unhealthy, and substitutes healthy action; thus.curing inflamed, irrita ble, and spreading diseases affecting skin. Holloway's Ointment has gained an imperish able fame for its faoility in healings oldi in flammatory sores about the shins and ankles- and for, bad legs and old wounds it cannot be equalled ; nor is it less efficacious, in gathered bresats and abcesses. When thel complaint has been of long continuance Holloway's Ointriient will expedite, recovery if taken m those doses which act as altera tives. on the storiaqch arid tonics on the con stitutibn. j . ' Bright * of my exislOce ! give me,, an p» a printer to his sweot- ' I heart. . , .She made a -77-77 at him and planted her'c*^ between his 2 l's which inaae him p.-..- ?.?V/. ? \ : 'v' ?...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. BY COUSIN WILL. Thursday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN; By Cousin Will. Thursday. August 9. The weather during the greater portion of the past week has been beautiful, the days being particularly pleasant. The air has, of course, been more or less chilly. At two or three intervals we had some pretty strong, wind and dust^ ? On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Mrs. Scott-Siddons entertained a large por tion of the Goulburn public at the Me r.Vk»i«r»4/»cj* Tvta4»i4'it TTftn t'onrlifinn r\-P onm n of the most choice prose and poetry was much admired; .and she is generally pro nounced to be a lady of rare ability. In addition to the amount of good already done for Goulburn by our present borough council, that body has now decided upon asking the Government to run an excursion train once a month fro ni Sydney to Goul burn, the fares not exceed 25/- and 17/6 for first and second class respectively, arid the extent of time thought best to be ton days. The people of Sydney and Murrumburrah and intermediate places will have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

Department of Lands, * TMfcmm Sydney, 22nd June; Notice is hereby given, that the Lands specified in the annexed Schedule, conditionally purchased at the Lan-J Office, Gundagai, ai^f-Cn#^ owing to the division of that District, comprised within the New Land Office, District of Cootamundra. v i EICHAED DEIYEk. ; — ? ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? _ ? ? ? N&rno. Area. County. Remarks. Name. Area. County. : Remarksi ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , . _ ? , ? ? ? ? ?: . -? ? ? ' ? ? ... ' ? ? ? ? ?' c 'jru&i '-gSr i .. # -v ? a. r. p. a. r. p. * - v* Joseph Hall am ? 40 Harden Transferred to Martin Coffey Robert Dowling ? 40 Harden * j* -* Edward Ilallam ? ? ,, „ Robert Dowling ? „ . ,, 1 * ' Arthur William ? ? ,, „ Robert Dowling ? ? ,, „ '' 1 f 1 James Rapeley ? 90 „ -9 Robert Dowling ? ,, „ ' ,, /' k - l, Michael Hoartneady ? 40 „ Oliver John Hobbs ? . 48 3 „ - * f / * [t'- Michael Hoartneady ? ' ,, James Renehan ? 40 „ v , - JT,* » Thomas Bannon ? 320 ,, ' . James Renehan ? „ „? ' f j -4 Pa...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 14 August 1877

POLICE COURT. Friday, August 10. Befoue Mr. W. Lovb, P.M. Mr. Scarvell (of Scarvell and Gordon) and Mr.. Russell, solicitors, of Young, were, the legal gentlemen present. - ' ' George O'Donnell alias Cunningham was charged with having obtained money under: false pretences. Prisoner had h«JI% remanded from Goulburn.' The depositions taken at Goulburn having first been read oVer to pri soner, Frederick W. (jroweli, manager of- the Commercial Bank, at Wagga Wagga, was called, and deposed The accused was un known to him; the cheque produced, signed John .Moore his mark, on the Commercial Bank, Wagga Wagga, dated 6th April, 1877, for £15/10/, he duly recognised ; the person Signing the cheque, John Moore, had no ac count at the bank ; it was presented by the police at Wagga Wagga; prisoner had no funds in the -bank. Senior- constable Parker produced the war rant and the depositions^ and deposed that prisoner was the person charged therein ;? he also produced the cheque referred to,- whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

Mutual Life Association of ?!,?????{ »??????: Australasia. ? ' , _;? ? ;'' ^ESTABLISHED 1869. v Incorporated hj Act of Parliament. HUNCE&L OFFICE, 247, GEORGE-STBEET, SYDNEY. / DIRECTORS :— The Hon; S. JQ/QOTdon, M.L.O. , ChairinsSti) the^Hon/ G. W. Allen, M.L.A., De^^hd(figaa-; ? H. Q. Alleyne, Eaq., M.Dj^^B^DimjBSr'Esq., MvL.A. ; S. Dickirisafc, ffl^MB.M, 3000 Policies in For^f/T ... £95&000 Annual Premium Income .. .. 32,000 Total Claims Paid. . /. ,.: : .1 ' 23,000 Invested Funds up-wards of ? . . j '60,001) Hie 'first office in these coloniesyto free life assurance from! harassijljFiestM^cions. fl^ Agent at Cootanuujtfrj/^FJJANK MOORED from whom alPmfoanatibn can be obtained. / By order of the Board, ??rr-; J. C; REMINGTON, .:. . '...'' ; Secretary hI?The CJoulburn Herald ARE now amalgajrf^^^nd : printed by ' J\i ',:??', steam. '-: P^pliMsa/tmce a week; double size on Sa#urd«£/'. - The paper hpto a loge circulation amongst mercantile; m^n, paBtoralists, agricult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

. . . Extraordinary Discoveries made by the Government Veterinary J Siitqeonfor the cure of Mlinqri beings. Lumb:a|of Jg^^^prti,%oiit,'jBad ( ; Hegs; pefSrmteFeet arid Hands, Piles, &e. * j A FTER some months of careful observa XjL tion, we are forced to ^dmit that thie i public of Sydney are offered a healing agent ' lor' the above/ and other diseases comiaon to colonial life, ' which we are, perfectly sure has never been excelled. iffiii iitiHUNdmL1 Is (immediately absorded iinto the blood, changing its dull black hue into a brilliant ' red, possessing a delicate nervous force, i * which may be felt as a tremulous motion in * ? ?:?? the muscles;- which 'often- uistantly1 relieves ?a 'great, many painful disorders, which o render life unbearable. We have offered, a t- few cases to illustrate the marvellous action j- of this. Oil. ..:,. ; p ' ?'??'? ' ?'????? ? ? ??? THE ??' ' ???? ? ???? ? s' GHENOAjRN SCOTTISH t -' '^:S'2: ',QILS.-. , ?. i. Witt jrediuie' in a very short t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

B^^ Hotel, JL HE Proprietress begs to thank her friends for the warm patron - age which they have accorded her since she took charge of this WELL-XNOWN and CENTEAL Hotel ; and to intimate that she - ;has made EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the premises. The house now offers the very best ACCOMMODATION, consideration having .been given in constructing the additional premises to the pecularities of the climate of Cootamundra. Every comfort of a home, will be found at the ALBION HOTEL, together with appropriate attend ance at table: and PEIYATE APARTMENTS for those who wish them. The very best brands of the choicest Wines and Spirits, &c, &c. The stable accommodation is ample ; and in fact has been pronounced ' to be the BEST OUT OJ1 SYDNEY. Eirst-rdass groom in constant attendance. , ^^ A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every train for the convenience of visitors. ? - * Austrk^an^ore, Yass. KIRKE, MUS^R^E, AND KIRKE HAVE decided t/give a Discount 'of TEN PER ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. THE WAR IN THE EAST. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

'' AEKIVAL OF THE E^a^ISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. [FROM THE 8. M. HE'RALD.] THE WAR IN THE EAST. London, July 6. THE.!Rus8ians:Commenced: the crossing of the Danube, above the Dobrudscha, on Wednesday, the 27th. On that day, under the immediate direction of ,the Grand Duke Nicholas, about 30,000 i troops 'crossed at Suinitza, opposite Sistova. jPreparation8 for the crossing had been 'executed near an island, and a heavy bombardment having for several days been kept up against Rustchuk and Nico ipblisf the Turks imagined that this was intended to cover a projected crossing at Sistova, and not being in sufficient, f, circe'^ to offer an effectuaLresistance they^ were^; soon driven back in* the' direction oiE the Joutra River. A bridge of pontoons, erected by the Russians, was injured two days later by a storm, according- to the Turkish i statements. This bridge ,has bee|i Repaired, ,:and more troops ;have since; crbsseat-' ? TJite ^ouith. Rifle RegiinenWof the division were the first to cross,...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 11.18 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. 1 (Front oxir Telegraphic CorrcajKmdent.J . Saturday, 11.18 p.m; The new Ministers, were sworn in yesteiv da«y.V:( In the Assembly their seats were ? declared vacarit: The 'House has ad journed till September 18th. The elec tions are to come off as follows :'-— West Sydney on August 27, ( East Sydney on 28th, Camden on 27th, Central Cumber land on 31st, Orange on 3,0 th, Southern Goldfields on September 10th. Monday, 12.10 p.m. Hawkesbuhy Eaces.-— Hurdle race: Lucifer, Baron, Councillor.' Mares' Pro , duce Stakes: Lorton, Cap-a-pie, Royalty. Myin'g Handicap : Dockwobd, Viscount, Tineas. Maiden Plate : Woodlands, The Dean, Amendment. Turf Club Handi cap: Dilemna, Hing wood,. Spectator. ?'.'?' ' '' ?-: ??'..'..-5.l0.p.m..r. : Charles Edward Wilton, of Dubbo, newspaper proprietor, is insolvent. Lia bilities eight hundred, assets five hun dred. J. M. O: Council, secretary of the Working-men's Defence Association, is , . a candidate for Central Cumberland in oj)p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

A^tni?8 ?ILLS— AU our Faculties. Almost all disorders of the human, body are distinctly, traceable : to impure blood. Holi loway s Ms _are ; not pnfy , reccommended, but recommended themselves to the attention rnn ib u/er8;Avn? ^i^0^ consequences JfWptt from their use, nb mistake^an ^be Jw ,\mJjheir^ ^dmuii8tration. In indiges S^°^rd dy!Plpsia' ««d; chronic S-n- stipation^ the most beneficial effects have been, and cannot but bev obtained from the gctifying power exerted by ? these purifying 2 SLSiJ ^ di^8ti0B* - Arsons haveS and Sil? ° SSWTt Of ^«. strength, fniiC T ? W&to gollpway?s Pijls, itkr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

FOITOATION-SlONE Chri&fcchurch, Cootaimiiidra. rplt^ CEREMONY ?will ^ke; place On Tuesday, the Sistvuigust, / At 3 o'clock, f has kip^y consJffKJS?1j? h& present and lay The; Bis|bt^Rf^^r. Tljbinas^Bishop of Goulbur/T $*e ^**!& Arjpndealcon Puddi odinhe, p© Eevs^ H^i^TldyloivF. R. Sea born, msJv WjAsou, ^w./Sof rqungpand 'other genttemenHre expe^p^tov-adiress tlie 'Will belield in tht^BVenuig, wnfa choruses wilkbe sung between the addresses. ft^» Ticketife for the Tea Meeting 2/ J children ?v ??:??' Y'h'--j'y ?=?'? half f price. ? v / « ?-???' - ? c f jX^/HJv WIMilM;;COCK^,^icar. ^ Cliristchurcli, Cootauraiulra. A BAZAAE wilH^ held/inydd^fhe ./j^1 :' Bfiilding FunikwiMtfObtf^hs!^ the daf of Ihe opening of tna^rflwa^v-? WILL3A*! COOKBr^icar. 'CJri^et. Cricket; Cr^ket. A GENERAL J^ETDm orthe Coota rotuidra United Qncket Clflib will be held on THURgfepOTXT, prd instant, at Mr. iGregor^^Coaflnercial SHotel, at 8 J —'Tlon. Sec. [,%& To BuiUlera. fflETsCDER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

Department of Lands, . - ?'.' ? ? ? ?'? ? ' '?'. V' : -:;. ?.-?.'.?'?* :' Sydney, 22n§^|u%,wp^.|;, Notice is hereby given, that the Lands specified in the annexed Schedule* conditionally purchased rat the 'Land Office, Gxbid^^^&l^.%LWy owing to the division of that District, comprised within the New Land Office, District of Cootamundra. . EICHABD DEIVEB. Name. Area. County. . Eemarks. , . '?? :- ? . ' ' ?.,??'? ??'a. r. .p. - ' . ?' ??/ ' ? ? » ? ?': ? Frederick Eaeberger ? .... 40 Harden J Joshua Wild. ? . ? ...... 320 Clarendon ?? - :J John Sullivan, jun ? A 240 Harden I JohnO'Dare .............. :40 \~ „? ' J James Merriman ? 44 „ Transferred to H. E. Taylor .1 Christopher Sullivan ? 40 ,, . r- ' I Daniel M'Coullough ? 160 „ ? J . James Connor .... ? . ? .12.0 » .... ... ':' ^ John Connor ? ...'. 100 » ? J JohnFogarty ? ...50 ?-? -i , ..?? i Thomas Charles Cart^right ..120 _ „ //A Void '\ John Fogarty ? '. ? 40 „ I Thomas Young, s&x. ........ -» . ? ,, : ?' : J Ja...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

/? fcr Notice. / / Mg|SRS. A. & ^AM^^e^rven in ^^ructionathati m/ono^rrot employed on tHoVw.Qrks, saalUsfg allowed to trlyel 'by their iBallaat or Materud-^Trains 'W[fx»ii0XJ!r SPECIAL PERMISI^ON. 7 CooWund/, Aug. C, 1877, f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

jjy^ Hotel, j $^^6km-/-office for COB B AND CO. all through the colonies. | ABLE Proprietress begs toithank her friends for the warm patron j age which they have accorded her since she \ took . . charge of this WELL-KNOWN and GEljf TEAL Hotel; and to intimate that she has made EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the premises. The house ' now offers the very best ACCOMMODATION consideration having been given in constructing the additional premises to. the pecularities of the climate of Cootamuriidra. Every comfort of a home will be found at the ALBION HOTEL, together with appropriate attend ! ance at table : ^ and PBIVATE APARTMENTS for those who wish them. /: The very best brands of the choicest Wines and Spirits, :&c, &c. : The stable accommodation is ample ; anid in f act has been pronounced to be the BEST OUT &F SYDNEY. First-class groom in constant attendance. ; 3SJ* A FREE COACH will run from the. Albion Hotei to meet every train for the cpnvenience of visitors. ; ' ...

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

COMMERCIAL Herald Office, Monday. The weather still continues- warm and dry. On Sunday a change took place and every . appearance of rain set in ; distant thunder was heard during the day indicative of rain about the mountains, but beyond a few showers which fell in our immediate vicinity we were again disappointed. Rain is much wanted through the district, and without a good sidpply before long' the prospects of the approaciiHg-fuinnTiQiLwjJl not be too promis .in£.~ ' '???.-' ???''??*. ' '?' ' : SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET, Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week eridiiig August 16 :— ' . ; ? The feedings grains market has'been better supplied diiring the past week with maize, and quotations are slightly lower, 2/9 and o/lO being the ruling prices ; 2/9 has been freely given for shipping parcels, and 2/10 . , for smaller lots. Oats are wanted, as a good demand exists for samples suitable for seed. - There is no alteration in the price for barley. Breadstuffs are very quiet, superfine f...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, Aug. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND., Sunday, Aug. 26. . Cootainundra, 11 a.m; Murruinburrah, 11 a.m.; 7*30 p.m. — Rev. W. Cocks. ? WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, Aug. 2(5. . Jindalee, 11 a.m. — Rev. G. Thompson Lagoon creek (Mr. W. Curry's), 3 p.m. — Do. Cootamundra, 7 p.m*. — Ditto. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. ' Sunday, Sia^; S. & -C'W^ * Coptamundra, 3 p.m.-^er.1 J. Spafldittg {j^» The services are held fortnightly in the afternoons.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 21 August 1877

^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FfoTfrpATTn-rc-STQjN-E 01? CjIRISTCIIXJIlCIt. — We~would again remind, bur readers that to day the foundation-stone of this church is to belaid. Mrs. Thomas, of Goulburn, is to perform the ceremony, and the' Right Rev. I)r. Thomas will be present to give an ad dress; also other rev. gentlemen named in the advertisement. In the evening a tea meeting is to be held in commemoration of the event. We have no doubt a large num ber of people will be present. N/ ' XfTT) KMT/WAV »TATTON -UPrLDTNQS.- — J.ne neighbourhoodT ol the railway-station now has a very lively ai^pearance— the station building itself will soon be completed..; the station-master' s residence has been ^com menced; several cottages for porters axe in course of erection ; the . foundation of tho goods-shed (which we predict will be found miserably inadequate) has been laid ; and good progress is being made with, the other work connected with the station and yard. — -Mr. J. Bragg has obtained the ' cont...

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