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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

;V ? LATE Biaines's Albion Hotel, ^ °OQT'A^^i:3^:P=R^' ? PK@PK()ITOI§S„ Booking-office for all through the colonies. XHE Proprietress begs toymani her friends for tlie 'warm patron age which they have ag^orded her since she took charge of this . 'WELL-KNOWN and CENTRAL 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 PRIYATE 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 OE SYDNEY. First-class groom in constant attendance. ^ A FREE COACH will run from the Albion Hotel to meet every tram for; the convenience o£ visito...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. Alterations in the Land Law.— The following circular has been- forwarded by the Albury Free Selectors' Association to all kindred societies in the colony: — 'The members of the Albury District Association, in common with a great majority of the con ditional purchasers in all parts of the colony, have long. since recognised the necessity for Various important . alterations in the Land Law'; and they have also felt that in order to secure the particular reforms desired, it is only necessary that the selectors of the colony, should bring their united strength to bear at the next general election. With a view to the adoption of some nractical schema for co-operation amongst all selectors, for the furtherance, of their common interests, a ?meeting was held on the 6th instant, when the following resolutions were caaried: — ' That in the opinion of this meeting, as iso lated efforts for amendment of the Land Act are unlikely to have any practical effect, it is desirable that...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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BETHUNGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

BETHUNGRA. (from our correspondent.') Within the last few days, we' have had a slight change in the weather. At about eight o'clock last Saturday night misty clouds began to flit across the heavens from the westward : these grew more dense as the night advanced, and sometime during the hours of darkness, I was aroused from my slumbers by a shake and announcement from the sharer of my couch, that it was rain ing. After thoroughly emerging from the Land of Dreams I found it was correct, as the pattering on the ' roof which bent above us' plainly indicated. I soon dozed off again ; but on next regaining conciousness found to my dismay that the rain Jiad ceased. Between eight o'clock and noon on Sunday a few slight showers fell ; but ever since the weather has b,een fine. The sur face of the ground, in most places is now quite hard ; and if a good fall of rain does not take place shortly, this spring will, I . believe, be worse than last. On the evening of Friday, the 18th, a 'Spelling ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. MONDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. ( From our Telegraphic Correspondent .) Monday, 3 p.m. The ship William Plimsoll has arrived with emigrants. Mr. John Young, contractor, has given his stonemasons an extra shilling per day, and the new public buildings are being pro ceeded with. London, August 25. Mehemet Ali was repulsed by fourteen Russian battalions at Eski Djnina. A Russian official despatch states that des perate fighting took place at Shipka Pass 6n ja.-. mi. . n . t j * ? ? ? j.1 ? j j* „ ^ora. Jine ngniing was uunuiuuea ior thirteen hours, the Russians maintaining their ground. The losses on both'sides were heavy. Sulienjan Pasha telegraphs that he scaled the heights, and that after fighting for fourteen hours he regained the conquered positions, but was unsuccessful in an attack upon Russian entrenchments. A Turkish despatch states that Mehemet Ali achieved a brilliant victory at Eski Djnina, situated between Osma Baslar and Shumla. 6.6 p.m. At the West Sydney election the following...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

Extraordinary Discoveries made by ' . the Government Veterinary Surgeon for the cure of human beings. Lumbago, Rheumatism, Gout, Bad Legs, Deformed Feet and Hands, Piles, &c. . AFTER some months of careful observa jCjL tion, wo are forced to admit that the t public of Sydney are offered a healing .agent ; for the above, and other diseases commdb. to , colonial .life, which we areperfectjy'sure has never been excelled, THE w SCOTTISH HIGHLAND OIL Is immediately absorded into 'the blood, changing its dull black hue into a brilliant red, possessing a delicate nervous force, which may be felt as a tremulous motion in the muscles, which often instantly relieves a great many painful disorders, which render life. unbearable. We have offered a few cases to illustrate the marvellous action of this Oil. TZE3ZZE3 GLENOAIRN SCOTTISH OILS Will reduce in a very short time any kind of ? swelling or enlargement in Man or Beast. ' CATTLE MEDICINES. —PLEURO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuiro Lung Virus...

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MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. As there are a considerable number of per sons in this district holding policies in this association, we give below a resume of the Eighth Annual Report up to 30th June, 1877, which sets forth clearly that, as re gards financial prosperity and increasing business, it is second to no other life assur ance company in the colony. During the year no fewer than 1066 new policies were issuod for £348,510, producing new pre miums ainountingto £12,314/3/11 ; of these now policies there were for assurance, 993 ; for endowment, 73 : and in addition to the above 666 proposals are set down as either declined, not taken up, or in course of com pletion. The policies of this association in force 30th June, 1877, were, 2875 assurances amounting to £964,257/9/2; 235 endow ments amounting to £33,596/13/6 ; 3 annui ties amounting to £128 : total, 3113 policies, amounting to £997,982/2/8, producing an annual premium income of £34,481/11/5. The report then states ...

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BY CABLE. LONDON, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

BY CABLE. [from the daily papers.] London, August 11. The port of Poti, on the east coast of the Black Sea, has been deserted. Salonica is in a state of siege. Hobart Pasha is at Sinope, a port on the southern shores of the Black Sea. The Circassian migration from Turkey is increasing. August 12, The advance guards of both armies have had several skirmishes in the vi cinity of Rustchuk. A Turkish official desnatch states that a detachment from the garrison repulsed the Hussions. A Turkish force has been landed in the Dobrudscha. The Russians are advanc ing against it. A Russsian official states that a Rus sian reconnoitring party was repulsed on the road to Osman Bazar. Dervish Pasha has carried the ad vanced Russian positions at Batoum. Ten Russian cavalry regiments, and 35,000 infantry, with 110 guns, attacked Ahmed Moukhta's army, on the 18th, near Kars. -After fighting all day, the Russians were compelled to fall back with a loss of 1200 men. The Turks lost but one hundred. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

Mutual Life Association of AustralasifA. fcT Esi ABLiamp ^69 . InSorporw&iyJffilf Jfj/rliament. TEINCIPA1 OmCE, aft7. GEORGE-STREET, SYDfTEY. DIRECTORS JmeHon. S. D. Gordon, , M.L.O., Chairman; tlie Hon. G. W. Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman ; H. G. Alleyne, Esq., M.D. ; John Davies, Esq., M.L.A. ; S. Dickinson, Esq.; M. B. Pell, Esq. . 3000 Policies., in Force for . . £950,000 Annual Premium Income . . . . 32,000 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 : — FRANK ?.MOORE, from whom all information can s 'be obtained. By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary The Goulburn Herald AND ????*? The Goulburn Chronicle ARE now amalgamated, and printed by steam. Published twice a week; double size on Saturday. uy The paper has a Wrge^i^cjjlation amongst mercantile men, j&storalists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. Goulburn comme...

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AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 19th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

AT YOUNG. On Wednesday, 19 th September. Country Lots: Lot A, portion 143, 69a 2r, c. Harden, p. Demondrille, on both banks of the Two mile Creek, and on the road from Wagga Wagga to Murrumburrah, adjoining the eastern boundary of W. Brook's conditional purchase No. 7, and adjacent to the eastern boundary of O. Oartwright's conditional pur chase No. 142. Exclusively of a road 1 rfinyn wide. Lot B, portion 149, 51a lr, c. Harden, p. Demondrille, on the road from Wagga Wagga to Murrumburrah, and adjacent to the eas tern boundaries of P. Murphy, jun.'s, con ditional purchases Nos. ,138 and 139. Exclu sively of a road 1 chain wide. Upset price, £1 per acre. . . *5

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. i Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week endingAugust 23 : — The business in the cblonial produce market during the past week was compara tively dull. The maize market has not been so well supplied, and an advance of Id. per bushel is now to be reported — 2/10 to 2/11 being to-day's quotations. There is an active demand at 2/10 for lots suitable for export, but most lots sold during the past few days have realised 2/11. Oats are much enquired for ; sales at from 3/2 to 3/6, ac ? j? ? .L- ? mv _ v _ i . ± ? i_ * uorumg to qutm&y. xae oreaasbuns inarite& is extremely dull, and prices of flour show a, decline on late rates. Lucerne and oaten bay are rather dull, oatenCbeing 10/- per ton Lower. Potatoes are in in fair demand, last week's quotations being maintained. Onions are very scarce, importations ' being very gmall. In dairy produce there is a good demand for prime butter, price remaining at 1/2. Medium quality has been sold at 1/6 to 1/8. ...

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FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

FREE SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. A second meeting of the above newly- formed association was held at the Albion Hotel on Thursday afterno.on last. There was again a large attendance. Mr. E. Barnes was voted to the chair, when the meeting proceeded with the busi ness before them. After confirming what had been done at the previous meeting, the following motions were put and unanimously carried : — 1. That Mr. E. Barnes be chairman of the associa tion for the current year. 2. That Mr. A. N. Taylor be hon. secretary. 3. That Mr. F. ho Vinn Iron cm-nn** A 4-'U r\ WV X ? XUO-U IJUV contribution to the society be 1/- per month (in advance). All persons present then gave m their names as members, and paid their first monthly contribution. Some discussion ensued as to the most effectual means of having the district can vassed for members ; and eventually Mr. . Pinkstone moved and Mr. Eenihan seconded, ' That the following gentlemen be appointed and authorised to collect names and contri butions...

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LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 12th September. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

LAND SALES. AT COOTAMUNDRA. On Wednesday, 12 th September. Country Lots : Lots A to D, portions 91 to 95, various areas, c. Bland, p. Yeo Yeo, on and near both banks of the Congou creek, and adjoin ing and near the northern and southern boundaries of William Dacey's conditional purchase No. 32 of 40 acres, and the western boundary of conditional purchase No. 93 of 40 acres. Stockinbingal run. Lot E, portion 6, 150a, c. Bland, p. Stockinbingal, on the Dudauman creek, and adjoining the northern boundary of A. Wra burn's conditional purchase No. 7 of 40 acres. Stockinbingal run.

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

COMMERCIAL. Herald Office. Mondav. ? We are pleased this week to report a nice steady rain. Although it was by no means sufficiently abundant to supply present wants in all cases, it will tend greatly to moisten the soil and help along many of the weaker crops. At the time of writing appearances indicate a further supply. Messrs. Quail and Co., report that their auction sale on Saturday last (as per ad vertisement) was very well attended, and that all the lots submitted realised very satis lactory ngures. Mr. A. Robinson, of Wallendbeen, has sold 520 acres of land (C.P.) to Mr. Morrow at a highly satisfactory figure. Bourke and Johnson Agents. Messrs. Brock and Broughton sold at the show yard on Thursday two choice rams the property of Mr. Mylecharane. The first one 'Billy' was knocked down to Mr. J.' L. Waugh for ninty-five guineas, and the second, Young Victoria, to Mr. W. J. Wat son for £90.

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COOTAMUNDRA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

COOTAMUNDRA CRICKET CLUB. The annual general meeting of this club was held, ? pursuant to announcement, at the Albion Hotel on Friday evening last. There were about eighteen members present. Mr. F. Pinkstone occupied the chair, who stated the busines of the meeting, viz., to receive the annual report and financial statement from the secretary and treasurer, to elect office-bearers for the ensuing season, and make whatever preparation for matches they might think fit. The minutes of previous general meeting having been read and con firmed. the hon. secretarv and treasurer Mr. R. E. Chapman, submitted his report and statement of accounts, from which we noted the following particulars' — The club had been so unfortunate during the last season as not to have had a single match, but never theless the .committee had had a goad deal of work to do in connexion with the recrea tion-ground. There were during the year eighty-three members in all who had paid their contributions, amounting to £...

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CARE OF HORSES' FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

, .0'CAEE OF HOUSES' FEET. ^j&lfcthe foot is gone, there is no horse lott. Thereds an old adage to this effect, the tifttth is incontrovertible.; Yet no part o| jet Jpifrse'S anatomy i$ worse used than the »* foo^iaivd'theire are no iiaore. frequent, diseases ? to which the notice of the veterinary surgeon;' is brought than those of the feet. This conies of the unwise yet obstinately maintained fashion of rasping, cutting, burning, tarring, and greasing the hoofs. It would occupy „v,too much space here to describe the anatomy ? of the foot fully; but it is a very timely' matter just now to consider the structure of the horny outer covering or crust of the iooi*,; which the delicate inner parts are . protected. ' Horn is a fibrous substance, wliich con tains twenty-five per cent, of water. The fact that it contains water in its normal composition- is a very important one, and needs to stated here, because, unless specific reasonSjpe given, very little weight is generally reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

THE CITY BANK , Tjydmy. HE above^J^k has OPENED A BRANGEfyrc Cootamundra for the transaction of all usual banking business. AGENCIES throughout the world. The Branch is under the management of Mr. J. I. PETRIE. Cootamundra, 30th January, 1877. DR. T. G. IV1MY, L.A.C.L., M.Rfg#., mCL.M.B.S., (A legally Q,ua]^fie^^aical Practitioner,) MAY be / consultea DAILY at the Star Hotel, Cootamundra. H. G. DONpVAfcj, $0^ITO»^&c.f . F I T Z MAjmCE - S T E E E^T,' Wa^ga Wagga. Attends Cootamundra every Court day. MR, JOHN RUSSELL, SOLICITOJ^c^cSJ BURBOWA-STR^^Si^NG,' Attends Cootamujraut every Court day. Sign-writer, Il^e^Siter, and , Defawior, Paperhanger and Glazier , COOTAMUNDRA. . A LL orders executed with the utmost J%. . despatch. t Vehicles painted upon the shortest notice'. -? Charges Moderate. T. M. EYANS, Wholftfifale ^Retail TOBAfigpy 1ST. Choice 'Collection of JEWELLERY, ?- FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c. &c. &c. Every Article! Guaranteed...

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HINTS TO CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

HINTS TO CRICKETERS.' 'Pwogwess,' in the Gyrripie Times* gives the following admirable' advice to cricketers PRACTICE. Never do any of the work. It's so dimd. low. Some fellar must do it of course, but a devilish good way of getting out of carrying the traps or pitching the stumps is to ride or stroll down to the ground after the rest of 'the fellars have gone, tired of waiting for -1 you. By the time you arrive everything 4.*u«4. ? ? U11CLU JLLLCbjr UO Uloag V- CCCbUlO tU Oj ItJJULtti O OUJLlOtJ of his 'position' will have been done for you by people who are too simple to be af fected by any such high-bred notions. , The 'same pwinciple applies to fielding. Nevar be seen hunting leathar out in the field. To be seen standing at long-leg, long ? off or on, or in any pJ^ce^more than twenty yardg from the wicket, is ratal to the repu tation of one of our set. Bowl or bat as long as ^ou Recently can, or until you get a- strong hint that it's some body else's turn ; after which lie down ...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 28 August 1877

CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. ' ::The following minutes having reference to, ' the lapse of conditional purchases, and final 'declarations, have been laid on the table of Jthe Legislative Assembly on the motion of / iJMr.' Jacob ? ; : Lapsing .Conditional Purchases. Ih order as far as possible to prevent a re currence of the inconvenience that has in several instances occurred heretofore, by i-. ? Vi? ? 1 ?. ? ? 1 ? reason;' 01 ? conaiuonai piu'uiiaHwa wll»o uavo iii ,vbeen, resided upon as required by law, (and - .f in some.iiistances only improved), being de clared / lapsed ; through non-receipt of the necessary declarations at this office in proper ? .time, Ijpr.opose that a brief form of notice4 ..^\''!i18li05dd-:oe printed and transmitted by post to . i ? the selector, at the expiration ; of the three I:, years term from . date of purchase, warning ; ; him. that the: final declaration and balance : (or interest thereon) have become due, and _ that , if not iduly lodged with, the land-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 September 1877

'.Life, Association of '- Australasia*. , /. Established 1869. 'yf : . I-Ticqrporq.ted by Act of Parliament PBINCXPAt^emCE, 247,^GE0aeffi-SXEEET, : / SY DNgT X : I\IRE(m®S S.. D. Gordon, /, the Hon. ,_G. W. AUen,*M?IuA^pDe^y-^^ G. Alleyne, Esq.^^^D. ; ^fokh Davi&J Esq., M.L.A.; S. Pell, 30QQ Poiifljres in Force for . .^*1^1)50,000 t ^Tmiial jm^TTpinm Income . .. 32,000 Total fllaiins Paid . . .. 23,000 Invested Funds upwards, of : 60,000 ' ';v,The;, first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. / O^ i' Agent at . Oootamiuidra :—FKANK MOORE, from, whom all information can 'be. obtained. , : By order of the Board, .. J. 0, REMINGTON, Secretary ( ?; ; - ? ? ? ? ? ? j 1 The Oonlburn Herald . ? ... AND 1 The OoulImrtiiChroiiicie ';\A RE. now amai^aiMjl, and printed by i/x. steam. ^^PaWiKied twice a week; double size on^salmBj^ _ The paper 'has a Ttirge circulation amongst mercantile men, p'astoralists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. ' Goul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 4 September 1877

Extraordinary Discoveries made by the Government Veterinary Surgeoh for the cure of human beings. Lumbago, JJheumatisni, Gojit, Bad Legs, ^ Hands,' A JSSE^omo monthrof careful observa Xj£-**tion, we are forced to admit that the public of Sydney offered a healing agent for the above, aj^l other diseases common to colonial life^tfnich we are perfectly sure has never tj^Bn excelled. THE SCOTTISH HIGHLAND OIL Is immediately absorded into the blood, changing its dull black hue into a brilliant red, possessing a delicate nervous force, ?which may be felt as a tremulous motion in the muscles, which often instantly relieves a great many painful disorders, which . render life unbearable. We have offered oj* few cases to illustrate the marvellous actios of this Oil. THE * GLENOAIRN SCOTTISH OILS Will reduce in a very short time any kind of swelling or enlargement in Man or Beast. CATTLE MEDICINES.— PLEURO SPE CIFIC VIRUS, Pleuro Lung Virus, Black Leg Virus, 'Cumberland Disease Virus, Red Wate...

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