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THE SPANISH QUARREL WITH MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

',THBi SPANISH QUARRIL' WITH MOROCCO. (From the 'Sutn,' Neomher 18.) STt: Miforili circularl hhs thriown ti t6oid of light upon the hitherto somtewhat obscure oalhed3e'of thee threatened war upon the fion tiers of Morocco. The doeismnoii t is as clear as bonest, and as explicit as unv State piper we ever remembnller to have plrl'ted. It AhIows the'disingennous manner in which tio Spanish government has acted throughout the whole of these recent transactions. Thie change of rulers over the em ire of Morocco uappears to have hold ou:. to the cabinet of Madrid an opportunty too tempting to be resisted. Alays on the watch for any plea, however flimdsy, tar the extension of her enmall African colony, Spain has foitnd it impossible to tore go the chance now opened to her for the speedy ioenei?e of hter hitherto minute stand ing' point upon the northern shores of the great Soutlhern Continent. Nothing, inleed, could well have been more propitious for tihe realisation of these long-cherishe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

Apprentice Wanted. W ANTED, an intelligent lad as an apprentice. Inquire at the oflice of this paper. Wanted, A SITUATION, by a respectable man, ofa small family, who has had twenty-one years' expe rience in the colony among sheep and cattle, has been at the curo of all diseases among stock in New South Wales and Victoria, and had the management of very largo establishments. Wages liberal. Apply at the ofice of this paper I or, by loietter J.M.D., care ol F. COOPER, Esq., Lake George, Col ector. 4488 To Well-sinkers, f?lWO compentelit MEN required to DEEPEN a I WELL 10 or 12 feet through solid rock. Enquire art the oi1ce of the undersigned; or of J. W. ChISIIOLyl, Esq., Wollogorang. HOULTON II. VolSS, Argyle Chambers. January 18, 1860. . 4778 Wanted BY n Miller, a situation in a mill. Address E.R.. I' lldrld' office, Goulburn. 4771 Apprentices. I 1WO a required, 'Parents may send in written 1 applicatlnes, or call fi'ro 9 to 10 a.m. cach day, until the 3lst instant. DAVIES, ALEXANDE...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

LACHLAN DISTRICT. tFrom omr o?m COrr?Cllonulat.) Since my last communication, the weather has con tinael dry up to yesterday. About nine it ommenced and continued raining heavily all day. The creek .and waterholes in the back runs are full. This was (up to the present tinm) a favourable summer. The cattle lool admirably well, never did they look better. Talle of fat hlee, we can boast of as fat if not latter beef than any distriect in the colony. BUiDanuInRA R?AEcs.-Thces races came off on the Bunduburra course, on ]\londay, the 2nd, Tues day, 3rd, and Wednesday, 4th instant. Never were any races, either in this or the southern district, anticipated to give so much satisfaltions to the race seeking gentry us these races. At nl early hour on .tho orning of the first day, up to the hour of start injg, one would behold the cheerful and pleasure 0a eking pedestrian winding his way over the fur-dis t?ult l-bins, quickly hurrying his steps in order to be In time to witness the great race ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

JISCUELLA.NO US. EXnRAonDINoAnrY Arran-The police at Here ford are investigating a most extraordinary affair. On Friday night, a man named Morris, a cattle dealer, living about six miles from Hereford, gavo information of an extensive robbery said to have been perpetrated at his house. IIe said he had about £14010 in a small workbox in his bedroom on the first story, and saw it safe about half-past six in the evening,-about £150 in" gold anod tile rest in notes, several of which where for £50 each. About seven o'clock le discovered that a ladder had been reared against the side of the cottage, that his bedroom had been entered through the window, and Ihis money and the boxstolen. Nobody knew where his money was but himself and a man named Cliffird, whom he had had employed and upon whom suspicion fell. A rigorous search was madeo at Clifford's lodgings, by two policemen, but nothing suspicious was found. Clifford charged Morris with having secreted the money to defraud his creditors...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

1MOIUYA. (From our own Correspondent.) Tau WoArlnEn has continued to be of the same -ature as reported in my last. Tbhe loss of wheat and other grain in this district will be almost total, scarcely any being" fit for human food, and this is the case, not only in this immediate district, but throughout the southern coast. The mailman, who arrived here from Begs on Friday, informed me that the rain had been fearfuil, all the rivqrs to the southward are in high flood, and the crops destroyed. The Moruya also has risen very much, and although from its great width at the township, it is scarcely noticeable, I am informed that a few miles further up the river Is impassable, sweeping with a volume suflicient to overpower the strongest horse. Wehavo heard vaguely of several aeathsi by drowning, but owing to all communica tion being stopped, we cannot ascertain the truth or otherwise of those reports. I have just heard of an escape: Mr. Russell, of Mungerarie, was fording the river near the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

COR1U.ESP ONPIENCE. [WO are desirous tht our columns shoull bo reogrded as open to all porlla, end weto o tIl erelor ln ggllllig to glvoe l to ll telomo ntoely and lolllglibly wrilllt lolloon on nolbjool of public Ilctm·t, eeon though tin opinlons advonced may be dlomehOnlonly oppoollot on onu.]

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

IMI'ODNDINGS. AT Quenhoyan, on theI Oth January, from anyon ; damgeo , it. lid. per hledt:--Chenut Boorte, J W conjoined on bntll shoul deroo; bay llly, JIV near shoulder; boycolt, WC nearstoulder blck lilly, oo brand vlslble, or perhaps n faint otc on near shoulder, 1 year old. - Also, from ih Dirty 8wamptl;-Yellow sided steer, \'VC wltil F over o rlth, W offl oulder; yellow spotted stag, AX wltl , under ntr rnlb. If not roeleased, will be sold on the 10th oebtuury.--l. Loter, Pouodkeeper. 10s. lid. At fuoongootort, on tile 111 Jonuiroy, frt,. Jhneotllt, for iros -aOs IIn 0pon pasture ianiI; tdamageH anod drivlnet ls. .it, eari : gtcightitesnutt mare, star tand iorrow stripe, liko WV sideivys near shloulder; light elletnut coltol, about 3 mountl old, star, unbranded. -- -Also, on tIlo I2th, from Cuorrendootly. for atme cause; dutomgeo tlid dlriving, '2s. eacl;--lly miarc, black points, several thlti pots ubout the hbackl, IW with l ulnder near t hot l der; bay colt, blotck uotnts, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

ANNIVERSARY RACES. I10 COME' OFF ON THURSDAY, 26Tu JANUARY, 1860, on the New Course, at Brisbane Grove. Stewards: Mr. JOSHUA KING. --H. MEHARTY. --'W. TAYLOR. - P. LAWLER. Secretary and Treasurer: 'Mr. FREDERICK WEBSTER. . First Race. CAPT.iN COOK's PoURS of 20 sovereigns, for all horses; weights for age; heats, twice round, the course ; three entrances or no race; entrance £1. Second Race. Titl N~vrAIv AUSTRALIAN STAKES Of ton sove' reigns, for all horses; weight for age; mile heats I entrance 10os.; three entrances or no race. Third Race. A Posy Race for £5; for all ponies not exceed Ing 14 hands high; mile heats; entrance 5e.; three entrances or no race. Rules: Homehnsh Rules strictly adhered to. Qanliflcatlon:-For first race, los.; for second race, 58.; and for third race, 28. 6d. Publicans' Booths, £2 each. Fruit and Refresh ment Stalls, 10s. each. For all the races, post entrance. 4742 PHILLIPSON AND CO., LMANUICTURERSO TO THE ROYAL FAMILY OF ENGLAND Established, A.D., 1800. T...

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TO WILLIAM FORSTER, ESQ., COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

TO WILLIAM FORSTER, ?ESQ., COLONIAL SECRETARY. (Perfavour of the Goulburn lerald.) SIn-You will no doubt be surprised when I inform you that this poor and imperfectly written epistlo is the produotiuu of a poor old workiog bullock. You will,doubtless, bo curious enough to inquiro how I obtaiund my education. Well, sir, it was sim ply in thiis way: You must know that uiy poor old mother, like niyself, was extretmoely fotrd of sweet , things; and being out one day on thle run, she behelf a gentlemcn fast asleep near a large log. Curiosity induced the poor old creature to go near the sleeping gentleman--nd near him she did go, for she went so near him as to commence eating his boots (for she olwavs loved leather, and the quality in his boots was of the very best description) off his feet. After thiji sloe commenced eating the moustache off his upper lip, for you must know sloe horribly detested Eachi new-ti agled appendages. Next to this she eat the white topper, as it was then called,...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

uO VERNMENT NOTICES. QUARTEn SESSIONs.-A proclamation in tlo' Go vernment Gazette,' arpoints quarter sessions to be held at Eden on 12th March and 10th September next; and at Cooma on 29th February next. TENDERS TOR MAILL.-Tenders will be received up to noon on Wednesday, 22nd February, for :Le conveynnce of the undermentioned post-office mails: -From and to Yass and Gundaroo, twice a week. From and to Adelong and Ten Mile Creck, via Tumberomba, Welaregang, and Jinjillack, once a week. From and to Lang's Crossing-place and Dc niliquin, once a week.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

NISCELLANEO.US. Lord Brougham has been elected first Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, under its` new constitution, defeating the Dukeo of Buccleugh by a majority of 236, the num-. hers polled being 655 and 419' respectively. Mr. Mlaitland, the Solicitor-Genbral, has beenr elected Assessor by a majoritjof 88 over Sir John Mo Neil.-A few days previous Lord Brougham was entertained at a splendid bann quet in the Music Hall, Edinbuigh. THE NEW Am?iUY? REU?.ATIONS.- The? army and public are once more indebted to the Commander-in-Chief for an 9xcellent meq sure of military reform. A general order, issued last week by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, virtually emancipates the British soldier from. his liability to 'the debasing penalty of the lash. If the practice of military flogging is not absolutely abolished, it survives, at any rate, only under such restrictions as must deprive it of its most ob noxious features and its most prejudicial effects. Henceforth flogging ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

CO U.NTfI Y Ar IVS. QUEANBEYAN. (Frot our one Correspondrnt.) RfonnsRy.--Oi Tuesday, the 10th, a verson of the aile of Fox, from the Springs near Yarrowlumla, came into Qocanboyan and purchased two kegs of rum and other articles which he fixed on "his saddle and proceeded to the St. P'atrick's Inn, and fastened his horse by the bridle, to a post opposite the door; he had then occasion to go elsewhere in the town and on returning he found his horse where he left it, bht the rum and other things were missing. Infor. motion was given to the police, bnt nothing could be heard of the missing articles until Friday last, and under the following circumstances.. -A ticket-of leave holder, named Maguire, was- accused of stealing a coat, the property of Samuel Austin, a bricktmauker. When Maguire found himself in the custody of constable Keough, he said hle would tell him something; the constable of course asked him what it was, when Maguire said, if the constable o'ould go to the brickyards, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

TO OORRESPOVDI\TB: .:.;.,. ; ,V00ooeu101'0rS r.,ut,t lo.? enldn hwt lotteri tntended tot put~tIshould he In:.llF'IY orlrttcnr We. ct nnlt undez tape to edtuce thibr comiottPtlolt tO t to to a tewl.Iltlpt CA~LENDA. r oyf the Weeoot .lr Ttunl. uor]:,1M"."I BATOUttlAY... . 1 B 14'ý 24t . Zt Ott 7 8 20 )tt)IOAY. ............. 2 0 8 t 38ONDAY .*Y.......J...... 29 6 18 7 N.h -OTtSLAY ........... ... 01 2 17 7 7 1 SATURD)AY, JAN'UARYV 21, 18io.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

NOTICE OF REOQVAL. l EMANUEL & SON hav .REM4OVED from the, s. premises lately oecupied by them. in Auburn -.:aet.to their new premises Opposite the .Market-square; AUBURN-STREET. 4049 Notice of Removal. M'. DE. BA RR, h:.Wholosale.and'Retail Chemist and Druggist, J .SPRCTFULLY begs to intimate that he NOW REMOVED bmbhie late.residonce, Sloann-s'tr?t, to the premises Slately occupied by Mr. William Fletcher, , -NEXT-DOOR TO THE 5HERAL'D' OFFICE, AOUN-s.aTRETr, 0OUIEII RIN. 4431 CHARLES ROGERS, SABIUNE MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. trSURN'ITURE REPAIRED AND J, RBE'-POL SHED. 4592 SKUINNER AND CO. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla, Ginger-Beer, and. ' All.. ?l kinds of Cordials. BEDERS by. pose, or otherwise, immediately at O. tended'to.' - MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 - Goulbnrn. [A. CARD.] TUSNA AUCTEON WEAELT, ADJOINING BRIGHT'S HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. BUCKNELL AND CO. Auctioneers, Land and...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

ravaeRO Ous OWN own ilc6na'snnaT.) .rount,.. Thursday, 4 p.m. 'P-CotAet.. ,"Tt .'? ¢lotaminatton for East Sydtey took place 'ester ':,:' dlp: 1Miir. Campbell's frie.ds tinding that Air. S-Ste¢hrt was pressed to go to the poll. 'suggestod t .ht he should retire, rather than divide the liberal l..iittest, ald in at otne, assented. '"His recep?unlt on tu':."it(h1 husttings was, on the whole, favourable, and i .huildtthol tlhink it very likelr tlolt he will be Iagsinin the fiEld on the first favouriubl occasion, Soualt to S y, his rconeomendatious e th teh eletors are notl alihogethl r overpotwerin: but tile tiat is that there :s a real dilicuit.y itl getting lmeu of attything like :aeragoe elit:ibility, ttnd when obulld" they are to Sbe u made a luisu of." Mr. hFaucett's supporters were, of course, most Suproarinuely cntltusitstie. Vit:wted tfrot one point, a popular tinulatioa scene is undoltbtCdly a glorious sight. It is graeil'ing to tctis usemt?llnge of Ire, men appoitnlt g i Inw-m...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

WEc do not intend to become ilia partisantit of this or of tLhat cindidate in the forthcoming mniticipal elections. The office of alderman requirnes more a reasonable degree of commonif senase and commolln honesty, th an any of those peculiar qualifications that fit a man for tih legislature of the country. ''Thuis the electors have only to ask themselves whether they oousider a candidate to be possessed of these simtple qualities tojudge of his fitness for the distinctio to which he aspires. Buit a cry now has beon raised against one of tio candidates for election next Friday, that his " social pesitioa " unfits hitu for tho aldermanic dignity. Other obhections are car tuinly urged agaitnst thio same individual, which will probably weigh with the rate payers in tba proportion in whilch they are believed to exist, or believed really to form objections. But when "sociial position" can be seriously urged, and that too by a portion of th pjress, as a valid rea'on why in New South, W al...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NOMINATION OF AN ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NOMINATION OP AN ALDERMAN. YESTERDAY the nomination of an alderman to serve in the Municipal Council in place of Alderman Greig, who had resigned, was held at the Town Hall. At twelve o'clock the MAYOR opened the pro- ceedings, by stating that in pursuance of that clause of the Municipalities' Act, that provided for the filling up of extraordinary vacancies in the munili pal bodies, he had convened that meeting for the purpose of electing a successor to Alderman Greig, who had retired on the ninth of the month. IIe then read the 12th section of the Act, and stated that the notice therein referred to had been given, ans he was then prepared to receive nominations for a mec cessor to Ablerman Greig. Mr W. EVANS proposed, and Mr JOSEPH COL- LINS seconded the nomination of Mr JAMES MARSDEN. Mr R. HUMPHREY proposed, and Mr C. THOMAS   seconded the nomination of Mr H. T. SIBLEY. Mr W. E. VERNON proposed, and Mr J. M. MUNOZ seconded the nomination of Mr E. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860

American Agricultural Implements. ON hand, and for Sale by the Subscribers, at greatl reduced prices : Reaping aund Mowing Machines (Heath's and Many's patent); double and single lHorse-powers with or without Threshers and Separators; Winnow ing Machines, various sizes ; Smut Machines; Grist Mills; Stump Extractors; Weighbridges, for 3 and 6 tons; Platform Scales; Garden Engines; Ploughs; Hlaycutters; Seed-sowers; Corn-shellers; Corn planters; Thermometer Churn; Hand and Horse Ilaktes; Long and T handle Steel Shovels; Axes; Axe and Pick Handles; Dried Apples ; Beef; Stout Manila and Europe Rope ; Chairs; Buckets; Tubs, &c., &c.. &c. ALSo, A Twelve.horse, power Steam Engine, with Saw Mill attached for vertical saws. Light driving Waggous Express, 4 and 14 pas senger Waggons. WILKINSON, BROTHERS, & CO., 667 Walker's Wharf Sydney. The Original and Genuine Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. THE great PURIFIER OF THIE BLOOD,. and Scure for Scrofula Nervous disea...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860

.. 7Ii SCELLAN:EO US. UtnDRnanu ATn ErTRtAVAOANCE AT CapOtiltoodit.--A very singular case was dis Spooed of in the Cambridge County Court on :.Thursday. It was an actiod by a Mr. Mlon eon, a photographic artist, against Mr. Eardley Gideon:Oulling Enrdley, an undergraduate of Tirinity College, and eldest son of Sir Culling Eardley, to recover £83 (is., for portraits of ri. Donaldson, the Very Rev. the Dean of Ely, and himself. The account also included .a map of Cambridge, and a charge for a jour ney to IIasling'field to takelo a view of the parish church, for a work about to .) nub lished by the defotunant on the lchurches of Cambridgeshire. The defetndant plenaded in fancy, to which the p\nintiff made replication to.thie effect that the articleos were necessary, considering his degree and station. The plaintiff's claim Ihaving been substantiated by histown evidence, Mr. Naylor addressed thin court for the defendant, and said if Sir C. Eardley. were to yield to the extravagoant Slai...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860

SYDNEY. [FROM OUn ow oonnEsrtONENT.] Monday, 4 p.m. POLITIOAL. Nonmso could surpass the interest manifested by Mr. Faucett's friends in the election just over. From all that I can learn, there seems to be no doubt that their zeal not only carried them beyond the bounds of discretion, but also beyond common honesty. Cases of impersonation are loudly spoken of. Mr. Thomas Holt complains that, when he coame to register his vote, he found it recorded by somebody elso before him. Of course, as hoe was a supporter of Mr. Faucett, he blames Mr. Stewart's party, and has offered a reward. In his case, how .ver, I think that the most likely thing is a mistake -that the officer has scored out the wrong name; for it seems scarcely probable either that anybody wvould attempt, or that the officets and scrutineers could possibly pass, an imposition in the ease of a man sol well tnown as Mr. Holt. However, this may be, I never at any electiont, since the ballot was established, saw such bad managem...

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