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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

TO.TIlE UIILIC. OVING to the greet increase in the business of the * Goulbisrs.llorold oflice, it was found Deces eary two years ago to seouro additional promises ad. joining those that had hitherto been occupied; and she same iscresso- eoatiaoiit, ·the proprietor. has again.&rt~ind sho0 aeCOmlOssta1odatotsaffrded by Ihoac prtmisesrtoo small for the improved machisery the estension of his business has rendered necassarv, and which is now-nhortly ixpectid to arrive in the sutloaC. eArory cbanidersble;sxponse, therefore.a rtt office, superior in sioe and cotmpletenesanto any out o lyneo, has juot bees erecied in the most central ~ of the town~; ardsd thither the business of the; oeice, has been removod, soil will from and after to. dy ho ctsrrsed sta rho hea tianks of the proprietor are doe for the degre of sopport ahtichhao custified him in tahiag The sew :premtsmseinisediately adjoin the Aui traltasnd Stdose, \ti is, 100 SYD' 1Y AGFNCY . MR. ATRUII CUJBITTNows Agent, unlter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

ENERAL SERVAIT WANTED. Apply to Mr. 'R.LEIGHB, Clifford-street, Goulbur2. 5824 A Treat for the.Public of Goulburn HE undereigned has just received, ex Centurion, S .27 cases of the finest CHEDDAR CHEESE ever imported into the colony, from the celebrated dirmnof Gleland and Co., Sauchiehall-strecet, Glasgow, which Is now retailing at the low price of is. 6d. per lb. ." D. DAVIS, Si"Old Commercial and Viotoria Btore, So0 "" Goulburn. The Argyle Provident Benefit Building and Investment Society. MEETING of the Shareholders of the above Ssciety will be held in their office, at Mr. Newhbery's, Auburn-street, on TUESDAY NEXT, 3rd July, at 8 o'cloek. THEOPS. KIRKE, tecretary. Goulburn 28th June,; 1860. . 5805 .To Let, A VERANDAH COTTAGE, containing Six Rooms, Two-Roomed Kiteoen; with loft over, Coach-House, Four-Stalled Brick Stable, good yard and garden; &. &r. Apply to ANDREW NEWMAN, Cricketers' Arms, 8808 Auburn-street, Goulhurn. ... . , . To Let.   TWO BRIC...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, ALBURY, [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

AT TE 1OLIOE-OFFIC, nALunrY, On Thursday, the 16th day.of August; 1860. - TOWN, LOTS.-COROWA, ,Lot 1 2 roods 34 perches; lot 2, 3 roods 8 porches -allotments I and 2 of section 2. Lot 3, 3 roods-allotment 4 of section 3 . Lot 4, 3 roods 4 perches; lot 5, 3 roods 6 perches; lot 6, 3 roods.10 perches; lot 7, 3 roods 16 perches; lot8, 3 roods 21 perches; lot 9, 3 roods 25 perches allotments 1 to 6 of section 5. Lots 10 to 25,.1 rood each-allotments 1 to 16 of section 9. Lot 26,1 .rood; lot 27,37.perches;.lots 28 to 47, 1 rood each-allotments 3 to 22 of section 10. Lots,48 to. 53, 1 rood each--allotmlents 3 to 8 of section 14. 7Lots 54 to 63, lrood each-allotments 11 to 20 of section 15. ?. .... . . . The upset price of the above lots is £8 an aore.

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AT HAY (LANG'S CROSSING-PLACE). [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

AT HIAY (LAO 'S ClOSSINO-PLACE); ' On Thursday, the lth day of Angunt,. 1860. . BUUIURBAN LOTS.-BOOLIGAL. . ! Lot I, 17 acres; lot 2, 9 sores 3 roods-on the left bank "of tihe Laclan. : - The upset price of the above lots is E£1 10s. per _ore. . . . .... . . - Lot 3, 31 acres; lot 4, 26 acres-on the loft bank of the Laclilan River, at Booligal. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. TOWN LOTS-- OOL0OAL, Lots 5 to 14, 2 roods each-allotments 1 to 10 of section 1. Lots 15 to 24,.2 roads each-allotments I to 10 of section 2. Lots 25 to 30, 2 roods each-allotments 3 to 8.of gection'3 -" The upset price of the above lots is £8 per acro. - - -ace

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

COUVirUN Y -NE WS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our otn CorrEepondent.) TimE Wa.sTtn..-Sinco my last report w4 have had fino weathler up to the present. During last week the mornings and evenings were a little chilly, but this is natural at this timeof the year. Although, Mr. Editor, we are. situated from the metropolis of the southern district only a distance, I should say, of a hundred and seventy. tmiloes, or nearly three degrees of longitude, there is, I con assure you, better than ten degrees of difference in the temperature between this portion of the Lachlan and Goulburn. Here we are scarcely ever visited with heavy frosts, and as for snow I never saw any. SNvAKes.-A few days ago a very large snake was ktilled near Mr. McGuire's, of Wheeogo. It mea sured eight feet nine inchee, and its circumference was fourteen inches. Yesterday another of the above species was killed in MIr. W. Jamieson's stook yard, by one of Ihis sons and a boy in his employ. Itis strange at this season of the...

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(To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

(To theEditor of the Goulburn Herald.) Sin.-I was very much surprised on this day, the 29th Jone, by Walter Barker, road contractor, laying befor nc an memoriil; got upby tho petty essioen nlcrlr in Berrina, which I believe in tohbe laid before tihe Legislative Council, requesting that he may be retained in the situation he holds at the present tioe. I believe Messrs. Rush. of Fitzroy Iron Mine, and Breen, of Berrima, are exerting themselves tothe utmnost of their power in getting signatures to thlis memorial. Now, I beg to lay befloro the public the imnposition of this memorial, and the way thcy are obtaining signatures thereto. There is a great number breaking stones for Mr. Barkter; this gentleman obtained all their signatures by flateiry, &c. Ttere is another party working at Mr. Rusht's; he obtained all their names. And I know another gentleman at the Iron Minces, who askltedl one man to sign the petition, and, on his re futsing to do so, his master said, " Sure you don...

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CROWN LANDS' SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNDAGAI, On Tuesday, the 7th day of August, 1860. COUNTRY LOTS—BUCCLEUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

CROWN LANDS' SALE. AT TIIE rOLICI-OFFICE, GoNDAGAI, On Tuesday, the 7th day of August, 1860. COUNTRY LOTS-DUCCLEUGH, Lot 1, 85 acres 3 roods; lot 2, 92 acres; lot 3, 79 acres; ldt 4, 36 acres I rood; lot 5, 80 acres; lot 6, 89 acres I rood; lot 7, 98 acres; lot 8, 100 acres; lot 9, 54 acres; lot 10, 71 acres; lot 11, 60 acres; lot 12, 68 acres; lot 13, 75 acres; lot 14, 43 acres, 1 rood; lot 15, 50 acres; lot 16, 48 acres; lots 17 and 18, 40 acres each; lot 19, 45 acres; lot 20, 30 acres; lots 21 and 22, 40 acres each; lot 23, 39 acres. lot 24, 40 acres; lot 25, 48 acres; lot 26, 61 acres; lots 27 and 28, 40 acres each; lots 29 and 30, 74 acres each; lot 31, 40 ceres, lot 32, 53 acres 2 roods; 15t'33, 52 acres. lot 34, 52 acres 2 roods; lot 35, 32 acres 2 roods; lot 306, 100 acres; lot 37; 82 acres; lot 38. 67 acres- on the left bank of the Mturrumbidgeo River, at and near its confluence with the Tumut River, within the Gu;ndagai Reserve.' The upset price of the above lots is £1 per...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

ýTUENA. (From our oen Correspondenalt.) Mining matters. continue to progress, and, on moltaking my accustomed weekly. visit to-day, I was glad to find that tihe yield indicated tihe same atten tion to operations which has chneaiterised proceed ings since the opening of the new rush ground at Upper Tuenao. The dissatisfaloction which was ex pressedl, at the commencement of the month, at the chalnrge for working private ground, is in a fair way of being removed, as, I understand, a uniform rate of five shillings per month will he charged for July-a step likely to operate beneficially, as it will he the means of retaining a large population and tend to increase the number of diggers, and, at the same time, the area of operations will he largely extended. The first quarter of the national scuhool has just closed, during which period there has been - an average doily attendance of fifty-three children out of sixty-two on the rolls; and of forty-seven who coild neither read nor write, thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

To Rl?aiway and.Bridge Contractors. rfl?H undersigned have received, ex late arrivals, J a large quantity of iron work, suitable for bridge and other contractors, consisting of Screw bolts andanuts, fromn inch to li inch DBolt heads, screwed points and nuts, from j to lt Jagged spikes, from 9 x h to 24 x Square na tround wiashets to suit sizes of bolts Best bar iron, a large assortment, at reduced S prices. P. N. RUSSELL AND CO., 5781 George-street, Sydney. 2O1.0 S.ALE, S-% KingI.ear, and other late arrivals, at' the Stores of the undersigned: JIo Badss's No. 3, new brew ?m?lur and porter, Brass's, pints and quarts lBrandy, case, Otard's, Clozeau's, ' ine Growers' Company, and Dupont Rum. l)emerara, 30 and 12 o.p., a fine sample Whisky malt, finest Campbelltowu, in hogsheads and quarter-casks, 11 o.p. Whiskcy malt, case, I dozen Old tom, T'anqueray'a, and various brands, in wood and bottle Geneva, key brand, in rase and half-eases Sherries, various qualities, in hogsheads and quarte...

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

4YDN ,7 " (noanl d01i1 ow.s ClOiltitNaro?Tser. Monday, 4 p.m. *I t LITlb I,?P t "'" I of n' ti?',npl. briefly apprised you of the progre° s nor; Generil Ihivin l?'il'fttene ',n{?i ?Led si. r. Deas 'lholson aitnd his friends to pnss the App 'prirntiot Act, is now heyond dlispute;,bot it was IOtlelnse to say zi.i tile ministry were il nlny wily, responsible tor that. Ilts Excellency exersised his own discre *tion, and- ] th lil that the nontiee's ought to have felt very much obliged to him, istead of taltkintg of ilmpeachment, of high i crimes. and of misdetneanors, as those extraordinary politicians Jothnsoti and 1snacs did. Iltweeve, the Ilusteritng resolution pro posed by the former was got rid of by the previous question, and s thie i matter ended.. But "Mr. )oeas Thomson. who voted for tile third reading of thile Appropriationl Bill (a narrow shave, since it was only carried by thirteen to tell), felt bound to press on his resolutions by way of prioest or apology. 'These resoluti...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give insertion to all temperately and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] GUNDAROO. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

CO2RESP ONDENCE. [T o nl ,lr rout that our eouIl,.so oLould be reio rded a open to a.ll p ou.rtisald we re Ilrefor ur iling to gitO IithOslun to all tImp.ralety unp Itelihtilbly urtIteL lelteri. on subnjeet of putlle store-:, evenr though tlile 'opiiojuu advsned maIy be diaterietllyuppoqusite to our ou.]) GUNDARO0. To the Editor of the Gboutburn Herald. SIun.-In your last paper appeared a letter,.in answer to one published by you on Wednesday, the 27th ultimo. The writer of the lust one, Young Hopeful, there tells the correspondent, to get a sur veyor himself to measure the lMarked Tree. Line. I don't consider the correspondent would be justified in doing so. when he can get the goverunment to do it for him. Is Young' Itopefnl afraid that the sur voyor would favour the mountainous trnek instead of the lake, or rather as the correspondent termed it the bog? I thint minyself that he would very likely do so, anti cause a saving of money to the government. IlHe says that correspondent o...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

01ISC'ELLA NEO US. Ansrvr. oN AL. SIDES.-A. man may renll'.now-a-days hbe surroondled with arsenical prepiaratlios IIawares. There he sits un conscious in his library, on a summer'. lday, his walls coated with arsenic, asuspicious rioyn dust on his books, and arsenical par ti:les floating in the air, fillihig his air passages, intflainig his eyes, disturbing his dige'tion, and preparing him for dimnial and iracling pains. lie lights ia green taper to seal a letter, and as lie blows it ouit, lie per ceives a strong odour as of onions: The pe culiar ellinceous odorn is characteristic of arsenic. This Mr. Barnes wvill explain for ]in by the statement that the green colour, in overy taper which he examined, was pro duced fby the ubiqiuitouis arsenite of copper. Scheel's greei, arsonite of copper, begins to ho one of the nightmares of our existence. ''his deadly poison, arsenic, possesses the fital gift of bianuy in its combinations. So it happens that in one form or another it hauntso u...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

TlIUsltO)AY-.JUNE 28. LThb porociindo of this dy woV bro*O-y 4u ioabr d hl ;, ele?'trulrlnegrap hIU our h?L We no. ProNccd with Ou :,,,urual nlu.l?z. " ]s the Lgislativo Couunci, On the motion of Mr. D. Tiioose.oo, the report ofr tile Stalrling Orders Cuniuttee. on thle subject of the appointLmnt Idi reonolU of ohicers antd clerks of tI L'legislative CL,,cil. was adopted. Tho Council recommended a statuto to settle the question. : Mr. Ics s dre .attention to a report which Ihad 'obtiined cirelahri;tin to thie rflhct that whilu the gecond reading of the Appropriation Bill was pending," an eminent personage" nad ;written to a senmber of the Ilouse, (the lion. E. Dens Thomson) expressing his a isheos in respect to that measure, and inlimating that certain consequences would in all probability follow the rejection of the bill. Hei do sired to ascertain if the rumour were correct or not. In the absenco of any contradiction, the -hon. andl learned member proceeded to eyove an reolution co...

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LAND SALE AT THE KIANDRA GOLD-FIELD. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

LAND SALE AT TIlE KIANDRIA GOLD FIELD. (From a Correepondent.) On Wednesday and Thursday. the 27th and 28th ultimo, Mr. G. O'M. Clurke, P;M., sold 73 lots in the township of Denison (lussell's). The attendance was very large, and the price, though it may appear high, was no more, on the whole, than was expected from the desire that.lwas known to exist amongst businessssen to possess freehold sites upon srwhich to c.cst tLelr piluee or Ros5ne.5. -- ------------ - The following is the result of the sales on both days: FIRST DAY'S SALE. I rood, J. II. Blatchford, £18 10ls.; 1 rood, o. and C. Solomon, £18 tos.; I rood, J. 10. Blatchlord, £14 10s.; 1 rood, E. F. Carlyle, £12 10s.; 1 road, 'homans Desden, £12 l1s.; 1 rood, J. J. Wright, £12; 1 rood, ditto, .£20; I rood, J. B. North, £30; I rood, B. Benjamin, £20; I rood, ditto, £26; 2 roods, S Moses and Sons, £39; 2 roods, ditto, £20; 2 roods, J. B. North, £21; 2 roods, James Moore, £21; 2 roods, Charles McKay, £41; 2 roods. B. Benjamin, ...

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POETRY. MAN TO MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

POETRY. , MAN '1TO TAN. i Titt LUyP otP C.G.O," nB CIIAtHLE9 tiACAY. ' Strn up, mant! stand! .God's over all. Why Ido you crine to me, Why do you hend the .neo.. And creep, and fawn, and crawl? Stand up, man, stand! If I thought our l?ntilish land ilad no true hearted poor, To suafIr-and endure Andl hold tlemaselves erect, I i the light of their own respect, t'd blush that I woa Englislh horn, And run away to the wilderness to Free myself from scorn. Stand up, man. stand! God made us all! The wind transeends the froth Tho living skin. the cloth B'eth rich and Ioar are small. Stand up. man, standt! Free heart, fiee tongue. free hand, Firm tout upon the sod, And eres that fear but God Whate'er your state or name, Let these prefer your claim! If there he anything you want Speak upl we many respect achtrl, But we hate a sycophant.

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FRIDAY—JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

FRIIDAY-JUNE 29. In the Legislative C:oncil, Mr. 'l to.is i mouved--" . That this Council pro ceeds to the Order of Day for the third; reeding of the Appropriation Bill, upon the full understut inlg that this measure sill not, of itself, involve a sanction or indemnity willi.. regard to anly portion of the illegal expenditure of public moneys which has avowedly been made by the Government since the possing of the last Appropriation Act. 2. That tile more coinclidence of any items in the Appropriation Act with al antecedent unauthorised expenditure, is not alone, in the opinion of this Council, any ground of inmltunity to the persons concerned -in thus violating the law and the Constitution, and that even in cases w'here great public emergency an be pleaded in excuse, the illegality can only' be pro perly condoned by a distinct Act of Indemnity passed in doe fortrm by all branches of the Legisla ture. 3. That this Council, in further assertion of its undoubted rights, as a branch of ...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

To Ithe Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Stn.-In, your contemporary the 'Goulburn Chronicle, 'there appeared a notice dated Bland Plains, 29th May, and which was re-printed and ap peared in the ' Empire' newspaper, of tlhe 5th ultimo. I trust Mr. Editor, you will allow me through the medium of your valuable journal, to contradict the statement which I allude to, as it would go to convey an impression which would be not true. The person who wrote the communication I here allude to says: "That the new church at Marongerall, would he called the lenison Church." That is more than this person knows what it will hbe called. I shall tell the Chronicle' correspondent from Bland Plains, when writing again, to stale lthe whole truth and nothing but the truth, and then Ihe will not be afraid of con tradiction. Iam Sir, Yours truly, D. C. Mc GREGOR. Marongerall, 25th June, 1850.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

Horse Teams and Bullock Teams TANTED, to load immediately about 50 tons for Russell's and 0 Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 Adjoining the Royal Hotel. To Carriers. w ANTED TEAMS to load for Coolringdou, Manueroo. Apply to PIILLIS. 5571 N. C. PHILLIPS. (? IENERAL-SERVANI T 'rWANTED. Apply to 7, Mro, .It( LEIGll, Ciillord-Strout, Gousburo. -. ,'·6924 Wanted, AN OSTLER, for theGoulburn Hotel; one who understands his business..: Sobriety and refer ences indispensablo. :. - Goulburn Hotel, June 290,1860. 5827 To 'Coachbuilders. W A N TED, TWOBODY-MAKERS. Apply to . . J. J. ROBEITS, 850 Roya. lil [rotl, Wanted, TilEAMIS FOR .KIANDRA. SR. II BLATCHFORID. 55811 Wanted,. r.EAMIS for tihe Snowy, Now ,Providence. High. Sest price given. Applyto JOSEPH BULL, . 5707 . Market-square, Goulburn. .F A Wanted, A FEMALE COOK, wages 1s. per week to one that understands her business. Apply to 5831 •Mrs. D. DAVIS. Rubble Masons. r1WWO RUBBLE MASONS wanted. Apply:to Mr. . R. DAY, Tiranna. 5843 W...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

[EIL ELECTIIC TELuIIAPrI.J -Tu1EsuAv-JuI.T 3. Tho Premier laid. the land bills and the bill for the re-construction of the Upper House, on theable Tho House adjourned till tomorrow, (W5 e daY). when it will meet st eleven o'clock, ac` the prorogation will take plnce.

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TO MR. JAMES PRING, NEAR MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860

TO MI,. JAMES PILING, NEAR MA IENGO. (Per favour of the Goulburn Herald.) Stn,-I think it may be useful that Iahould offer a few remarks upon your whining and lachrymose rhapsody, that appeared some little time ago in the Yanss Courier,' in the shape of a reply to my com. munication to the ' Goulburn Herald,' which was pub. lished by, and appeared in that journal on the 7th of April last. I shall, however, notice that it would be but waste of time, labour, and space, to follow you through your labyrinthine tissue of spider-web. work. I am really at a loss tolnow how I have provoked your indignation, or how I have deserved all the naughty names you have bestowed upon me. I pity you, Mr. Pring, and so ought every Christian man in thecommunity,Ipity you because it is my duty to love my enemies, I pity you for allowing your passion to get the upper hand of yourjudgment. had you, Mr. Pring, maturely deliberated upon the steps you should take, or the mode of procedure you should adopt bef...

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