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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860
S 'TO SUI SCIUT BEit. | AGIREAT many of our subcrlbers haRve ex i. lresmr li wistr to pa it nadvaIcee, "ut say their alienoJ froin town freqintllly pr1ev.nts their doing so. We i may reitl ad tliiI thlat thleyI cnt always re mit in penny * or tw;-penny postage stauiips, which are Just as vIIIliable ns cash tn ous. Hly paying a qitrltur in nilvnnce savingi of one ehilliug is eilfclted. lBA Ia)'imn twrrlvo tioiitlhs i nil tiane, l te ia gain titif four shillings. OUR AGENTS "IT 110 lin>e not vet nmcle tlheir quarterly retmit V lances tire riftllsletl to do so witloai delay. .QUIRANN BYAN. 7M 1 R. MIlIEIR.AN is lioen appointed ngont for thlli jourital in the above district, and is nuthorised it receive .subisriber' nanme, adverLito inents, and ornlrs for jub-printlngi . . SYDNEY AGENCY. 1 H. Ari r'llU CUIITT, Ncw.tAg!v nt, Bridge I street, Sydney, linhals een appoiteId aOent for tlisi pap?r, and is autlhorized to reeivib advertise meont, isulicriplions, and payments for. advertising...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE GENIUS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860
ORIGINAL POETRY. &nbsp; THE GENIUS OF AUSTRALIA. BY HAMILTON HENDERSON. "—The crown lands are the people's lands : for they are merely held in trust by the crown for the people. Will the squatters, in their ignorance or their utter selfishness, attempt to deny so plain and simple a truth, or must we call upon the Genius of the Island to unriddle this Australian Sphinx for their satisfaction. " —Edward Syme.* Last night I dreamt my bed was made By Lachlan's wild acacia tree, And in my dreams my fancy brought &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; An angel form to me. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Her face shone like the silver moon, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; As I have seen fair Cynthia beam When, struggling through the forest trees, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; She sleeps upon a stream. &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
To Sawyers. W ANTED, Twelve Thousand Feet of Sawn Timber (12,000 feet). PATRICK BRICK, 5991 Australian Store, Queanbeyon. Servants Wanted, M ALE and female, married or single; man as GARDENER, woman as GENERAL SER VANT. Also, a strong active LAD. Apply to J. FULLJAMES, Riversdale Cottage, 5950 Old Township. Tuena National School. A LL. subscriptions towards the erection of a SNational School Building, at Tuena, are re quested to be paid, either to Mr. GEORGE SISIMS, 'T'reasurer, Tuena, or placed in the Union Bank of Australia, Goulburn, to the credit of the "Tuena National SchoolFund," on or before the 25th July, 1860. H. G. CHARD, 5993 Han. Secretary. SLOU FO E. LUSTED, 59' , Camden. The Price of Meat. (Td the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) CiBI the last issue of the o(lGbsrin Chron isle' Ifind thefollowing:-- ? i ,Runsono Your BuTbc no' Bo.s. --o We notice an enterprising individual in Bathurst ndveoitisiog beef at lid. to lid. per lb. TWe wish he would ,some thisway, for really ...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
CON AEllRCIAL. 'HIniLD Oflice, Friday eroning. A MODERATE amount of business has been trans acted at the stores during the week. The following purchases of produce are reported: At the Australian Store, 25 cwt. cheese, 12 cwt. bnoon, 8 cwt butter; at the Old Argyle Store, 1 ton bacon, 30 cwt. butter, and 23 cwt, cheese. Produce has a falling tendency. Corn has ad vanced 3d. per bushel. The rates of carriago are likely to be lower.
TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
TUENA. (From our r Caorrespondent.) Mectro.-lDuring the last' fortnight digging operations have been pursued with the same vigour as previously, noremarkablechange having occurred, the yield continuing on the whole, profitable. Isr?LUno A.-This debilitating malady has been very generally experienced by the population, but I am glad to say no fatal case has taken place. SoneAan s..-Several strangers from the western districts have passed thtlogh during the last few days en route for the Snowy, and I am informed that a very large exodus will take place from that quarter during the ensuing two months. Evidonces of doubt appear to be gaining ground in many quarters, as to the ultimate success of the mighty rush, which if realised, will cause evils fearful to conteuplato; well therefore, will it be fotbr people to pause, and consider. CtnSOE.-A change in, the character of Tuenn is about to occur, as it is shortly to be lopped from the southern gold-fietld, and annexed to those of the wes...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
A'UCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. DIoNAM AND CO. report:-Stocl?. Horses have been very sparingly sutmitted during the week, the low rates lately ruling having, no doubt, induosd holders to lay by for better times. WeVo have sdd 5 head,-1 at £14, and 4 at from £4 5s. to £f. Cart, £12 10s. In cattle we have had no tramactions. We have had several in quiries for trams of bullocks, which, if in good condition, would now realizo well. Produco.-No sales of importance. Messrs. FrNLAY AnD Co. raport having offered-for sale, at the Anstralian AuClipgo Yards, a few light horses, in low condition ; 5r Ai the e..sorbitant ro serve and want of buyers, round a diul...ty in etctlshg oale. - A demand?e'?ists-for heavy, eta..el? colts": attle.-On Thursday disposed of twenty seven head springers, broken-in to bail; 21 head to Mr. Davies, at £3 5s.; the remainder to C. MoLach lan, at £3 3s. " Numerous inquiries for teams of workilig bullocks. Sheep.-None offering. A prime flock sqpold meet with ready ...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
OODIIRURN PICES CURRENT.P I a, 119. to 12t. Id. T. bushel Flour, tine, M5 1 o n; ~odt,£ b6 Broad, 7d.to &d. Bran, 29. iJ I bushel. I3loe, Os. to 39. Od9 bushtol Barley9, 49. to 5s. 9 b9ushol Clat, Sr. to 09 8 b~ohel. Ile, £8 to £19 E1too. Batto', frooh,l9s. d. to o19.d.1.; salt, Ua Cheese, &d. t1 . 1 Baon', 7jdd. to Pd. 98 9. Eggs, is9 84. 9o9Is. Od. 8 'tote,,. Potatoes, £610x. to £7 51ton, pentitful. O11iooe,919.to 989.9000t. Fot Cattle, :,9109. to £7 7s. ] beod, accordhng tretgbg Calves, £1.5t to £lIo. 98 head. Sh9lee, 109. 0999. 088hod. P999, 44. to 4%1d. 501. Tallow, £16to £50991 ton, for good anmples. Hides, 419. tos9. 009h. Shrepskins, 4)d. to 94. 5818. Carriage 990880-Sydl9y to oulbnn,L£7 10.to£8; G l. burn to Syuooy, £1; Goulburn to Russell's (12 miles from ib9sono' 990a98ns), 18; 9089alburn to Xllandra, £86; Gtoul~boourto 8 Utotood, £9 to £519O.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
D- IED, At Collector, on Thursday morning, the 1oth instant, ISAnLIr.A, youngest daughter of the late 1ev. It. CAUTrVIIIOtrT, aged 1i years. SAe @rUl)AY, JUL?rI, trlh. SA'TURDAY, JULY 21, 18[0.
LECTURE AT GUNNING. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
LECTURE AT GUNNING. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) Sin,-Thero is something in human nature that is ever craving after novelty. Hence it is that such a crowd of people are preparing to rush to Kiandra. Their farms, stores, and teams may look to them selves shortly; and deserted homesteads will give evidence of some men's greediness for gain and covetousness for gold. But, in the midst of the bustle and preparation for a flight, there is a rumour of better things than these. The Sydney Church Society has circulated its annual report, which ex hibits an extraordinary amount of toils undergone by zealous men of God. And, it is stated, that a lecture is to be given, in the Euglish church build ings, at Gunning, on Thursday, the 26th instant, to illustrate the missionary work of the clergy in the diocese of Sydney. Country friends will therefore do well to attend there, not later than noonday. Without doubt the physienl strength, equestrian capabilities, and moral courage, requir...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
THE land bills laid before the country by Mr. Robertson are in many poihts objectionable; but we may rest asulred that it will be impos sible to secure a perfect measure with the present parliament. The chieffaulnt observa ble in the bills now under consideration is that tlley leave the question of the old squattings stillin state'ol obscurity. The new laws for the regulation of the occupancy of public lands, are to apply only to runs leased or promised to be leased since the 22nd February, 1858. But before that period an enormons quantity of land had been leased as squatting runs; and what is desirable to see is, not any viola tion of pledges, or any reckless attacks upon a valuable industrial interest, but a clear defini tion of the period when those runs will cease to belong to their present occupants, and re vert to the public. At present there is an understanding amongst most of the old lease holders to the effect that the' runs are in 6ffect their pIroperty in fee simple. We m...
THE POET AND THE SQUATTER. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
THE POET AND ThIE SQUATTER. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sn.--So the shoe pinchesl The doggrel verses have taken effect, and a stone from my sling has smitten a squatter on the forehead. It is seldom I take an arrow from my quiver, but it is gratifying to me to know that my bolts, though shot at ran dom, over transfix a victim! I might have regretted the wound I have inflicted on your correspondent, who signs himself " An Original"-a very original-" Subscriber," but for the amusement his doleful epistlo has afforded me; and, although I do not wish to oppress a fallen foe, yet the literary curiosity to which it has given existence incites me to crow over my victory. " The Young Australian's Song"-rubbish or no rubbish-seems to be fraught with revolutionary dangers of the most terrific nature-at leastso seems to think your old " Original." You, Mr. Editor, are bound, he says, to be morally careful to exclude such terrible rhymes from your pages, lest they rouse up . whole hos...
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
SYDNEY. LROM Ou05 OWN COR-KRPONDENT.I , Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICS are still stagnant, and the only slight indi cation of enduring life is given by the torolh-light meetings on the race-course, at which Mesasrs. Blo ron and others indulgo their audience with occa sionnl outponrings of the spirit on the subject of the land bill. It is very amusing to find one of the said audience writing to the papers, and strongly urging that the last meeting be adjourned until Monday week instead of next Monday, so that people may have time to get the better of the inllunzna, which is certainly not very favourable to the task of stlndi on the raze-course in a thick, chill fog at ton o'cldfir at night, and listening to the political views and economics of lMr. IBouran. In spite of theo land bill, however, the war question occupies most attention, and not without reason. Hlere is what one of tlhe numerous pamphlets recently published il Pl'ris says of the English and their sea dominion:-" Let France ...
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
COOMUA. (From our own Correspondent.) PoLICE-COURT.-Thursday, July 12th.-Before the police-magistrate. - James Gatehouso was charged with stealing two hides, the property of Mr. J. Ward,junior, butcher, of Cooma. Matthew Len, night watchman, deposed that about, ten o'clock on the previous night he saw the prisoner taking the hides off the fence ir Ward's yard, and took him in custody. MIr. Ward was then called by Gatehouse, in his defence, and he acknowledged to having given Gatehouse authority to take them, and the prisoner was at once discharged. Monday, July 16ith.--Befor the police-magis trate and M. IIarnett, Esq.-William Short, hired seraunt to Francis Smith, Esq., of Cooliugdon, was charged with assaulting one of that gentleman's sons, alittle boy. The evidence proved that Short threw a pitchforkc t the boy, which struck his bodts and nearly injured him. The charge was not pressed, and Short agreeing to go back to his employ and behave properly, the bench fined him. 5a. and c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
PURKIS AND LAMBERT, Auotioneers and Commission Agento, Treasury Buildings, 255, George-street North, Sydney. fITHE undersigned begs respectfully to announce to 1 tie constituents of the firm of I'urkis and Lambert, that in consequence of tho serious mental depression of Mr. Purkis, superveuing so immediately after the decease of his brother, Mr. IW. G. Lambert. it has now devolved upon him to carry on tile business for thie benefit of the widow and young fimily of his lite lamented brother, conjointly with that of Mrs. Ptrkis. lie confidently relies upon a continuance of the libeoral patronngo which tlde firm of l'urkis" aod Lambert has for manly years' enjoyedi and pledges himself that no exertions on his part shall be wanting to secure and retain the rpnfidence of his friends, by a strict ithidlundeviating attention to tljiir interests, and the most rigid' punctuality. :. In thus announcing his intention of conducting the business of :thi firm, the undersigned flatters himself tlh...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGEN?rE. MuNICIPArL ConncIL.-Tho quarterly meeting of the council was hold on Thursday. Present:-T-he Mayor, and Aldermen Dignam, Collins, Fletcher, Kennedy, and Sibley.. A call of the council having been fixed for the day, the names of the aldermen were called over, and Aldermen Woodward. and Byrne reported absent.-The town-clerk reand a letter he had sent to the town clerk of Albury, in reply to. a cotumunication, asking the Goulburn municipal council to cooperate in the destruction of the lnathurst'burr, and stating that the matter should be brought tinder the notice of the council: also, a letter to N. C. Phillips, Esq., apldyiog for plans of the Brailwood road, in reply to which that gen tlcuman had. sent b sketch, which wns exhibited: also, ia letter to the Secretary for Works, requesting that he would have the main road declared in terms of the resolution passed at the lust meeting of council. The town clerk also laid on the table the balauce-sheet duly audited, a...
COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our otn Correspondent.) WoATnun.-Wo have hadd no rain since the 26th of last May up to the present, except a light shower this morning, which moistened the ground. The weather since my last communication was truly delightful. ExcutoecnatcrsT on Runs.-A gentleman residing not a thousand miles from Goulburn, and who, by the-way, holds a very promenant position in the Legislative Assembly, has lately caused from twelve to fifteen thousead sheep, his property, to encroach and tresspass on the various runs from Bundaburra to Blond. To give you an idea how this gentleman is doing the thing, I may mention that those in charge of the sheep stated that they were going down the river, meaning the Lachlan, and so they did, for they wentdown that river about aiundred miles and re turned by the opposite side to the place from which they started. After remaining at this place for a few days they started for Bland, and strange to say, it took those in charge o...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
NIVGLISIH EXTRACTS... Tun CHAMPIONS OIF.ENOLAND.-The first boxer recorded as Champion of England was named Figg;' hle flourished' in'the'year 1710 In 1784' George Taylor became the nominal champion, but was shorn of his laurels in 1740 by Jack Bromughton. Jack remained in office ten years, at the expiration of which hel had to succumb to Jack Slack, who is de scribed as of the same height as Tom Sayers. In a like period of time he had to yield to an immense man, named Jnem Stevens, called " the Nailer," who sold Lis birthright to George Meggs. The next champion we find on the list is Bill Darts, who won the battle for a thousand guineas and the belt, in 1704; he liad. to resign it in five years to one Lyons, a waterman, who retained his position for eight years, and was succeeded y IHarry Sellers. Tom Johnson was at the head of affairs from 1785 to 1700, when Big Ben, whose real name was Bryan, reached the top of tlhe tree, and had his flag, which no man could soil, lowered by the g...
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 intelliglbly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
CORI?IESP O.ND ENCB. ---~--- [Weo re desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and wcao are therefore owilling to give ineertion to all tcmperoately nnd Intelligibly written letters on subJects of public itereCt, even thIough the opinons adveaneed may be diametrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. MIn. EurTon,-I have read repeatedly of Into, in your and other papers, that quantities of "spurious gold" is being mixed up with the legitimate article. For several years I was a largo buyer of gold dust and pepitas (hero styled nuggets) at the periodical fairs in Peru and Bolivia. T'ie Indians there have learnt many very ingenious ways of cheating the Europeans; and often the latter, I am sorry to say, by using false weights, were justly punished by, in their turn, meeting with other deceptions. As it is impossible to make the seller wait until the buyer could have the dust run into ingots, and then tested by ascertaining its specif...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
TIe CORRBSPOWDBNTR. Corrmpodlent?, to enn Ineertiol of tleir letters, a? re . qgaeted tq be brief.- Very lengthy letters oan eldom be Iuner td. Cetrepaneldnts are reminded that" we Im~rfen to Insert only ttleter thrt sa writn Intellien ll y.l W ar1 e na ronsntly ireling ?nmemnlonations, to which I appended a requet that we will correat msltakes. ThIs ontalls an amount of bolaur that It ils unt?kr. mpoe on n;u in naddition to whlahl we are olfln unabhlo o more than guess at the writr' u~alanlng.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE IS redoved to the site of the Australian Hotel, next I d6or to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. pp,(SITE THE CATHOLIC H1APEL " V.ERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 ToTBER BROS. & WHITEHOUS], . THOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS y IAKERS, and SADDpLPRS' IRQNIUONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND pITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the 'Ietropolitan Hf otel. 54t7 Colonial Produce Sales. rII3E undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, I every FRIiDAY, at their Produeo Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at the usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 '66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. MIR, MONTAGUE REALE, ROM the firm of t?essrs. RANSOME and F SIMS, Ip...