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INVERALOCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

-INVERALOCIIt. (From our oe Correipourat.) The new moon was ushered 'in on Friday, tihe 19th instant, by rainy weathlor, the wind at south east. Thie rain continued, with scarcely a minuite's intermission, until the following Thursday morning. As a natural consequence, owing to the want of bridges across the creeks, especially the crossing. place of the Mulwvarree, all trafific came to a dearl Ihalt. The rain caused the creeks and rivulets to overflow their banks to a great excess. Thle want of a bridge at the Mulwarree crossing-place, near the Golden Flocce inn, lhas been already poilnted out, and is severely felt by all tile settlers, and by all whoso business calls them that wvay, but, u?nfor tsnately for the electors of Argyle, they are now virtually unrepresented, owing to the holnour con ferred upon Mfr. Murray by his election to the speaker's chair. I lthink that whlen such an honour is conferred upon a representative, thie constitonney for tho time being should be allowed to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POrMoE ErEponr.-It is gratifying to note that the business of the policootlieo is now seldom of much importannc, and the sittings are rarely pro longed.-On Saturday, before the poltie-magistrate, Jamses Roberts was charged with steoling a fsvo pound note, the property of one William IRooho. It seems that the prosecutor, with two companions, called at Mr. tHadwiok' ins, on thoe Yssoroad, and had a gloss cch; prosecutor and two other mon were there. Cards were produced, and prisoner offored to bet prosecutor live nounds on some event. Tie offer, however, was no. replied to; but proseeutor at the time was tendering a fsve-poond note in payment of what he and his comrades had had to drink. The matter turned out as prisoner hod predicted, and he exclaimed that prosecutor htd lost, at same time sooatehing the five-pound notb out of his hantd. ttoobo reported the eircumsatne to the police; but, on their gotig to IItdtnick's, they found only the other men, prisoner havii...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

GCOMMERCIAL. Letnles otherolso eupresed, the prleera qlotled lno this uirtllo nroe thos ein tooanen tlohsceen the producer ood tle i st per cha ser;not s betwee one dealer ond nother much lesh tie ?relall prlca ' , tchemfroo.--Fno flour, per ton £30 to £37; ration dltl re not qloted; wheat, per bushel, 13o.: to 14s.; branp none moole, O.ato Ori;ho£ es toa £10,om. per topnto es, per retL tOe, to t'e.; salt butlor, per tb., Is 0d. to to. 3d.; cheesr, 7d. to ed.; buoan, ld. to l1 o. d h SYxoR,.--?noo flour, per ton, k,5; seconds, ditto, :C9; bn pr bushl ,i.3; nlcnt, o. d. pto ee.; malle,. . id. to -s, P.; orts - s. i. to4. 3d.; harley,as. toss.u3d.; chedes, Od. to 3d.; bheoo, Gid. to 7d.; buy, £7 to £8. lotsor..- M?,(cAET.---Messrs . urt f and-Co. report that in cotlsequoaoce of the extrcme soverity of tile oveatller tlroughout the weol, littlu or no busilfess has been dotle in the horse marltoetnod until yester day sales were but noomintl, tloero boing no fresh horses to mnoot the dem...

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THE WEATHER AT BRAIDWOOD, (From Wednesday's Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

TNE WEATHER AT BRAIDWOOD, (Frost Weoleooysds Observer.) The district of Braidwood has been tite theatre of another iounosdation, tlie waters having attained a hleiglot oqoal to toat whicth was eaperienced on the fatal 10th of 'hbruary last. The roin which fell almost continuously from Saturolay afterooon to the tisoe of our going to press, hlas swollen the cre hs to a fearful extent,anot ailcommunicationhlas not only been stopped beteeon thlose portions on the Church and School Lands side, but between the upper and lower parts of the town. It oas been found impossible to convey supplies of food and other necessaries to the inhabitants who hove been so completely cut offI from connection with the places of business in the town. The moil for Goulburn was attempted to be carried on horsebaclo, but in consequence of lIo beight attained by the Shoalhbven River, it was im posoiblo to effct a crossing. All hopes of re-open ing the claims for the sixth time during the present year will most...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

To the Erditor of tle Goulburn Herald. Son,-It is still raining, and I am still in the humonr to scribble; and I find by your article in your paper of the 2 list instant, that in one important respect, /o0 misunderstand tile land bill. You say that said bill merely deals with lands to be talken up as squattages, and to those under lease since the 22nd February, 1860; and that is correct but you entirely misanderstand the operation of a provision of that kind. For example:--All the old squtttinges that are in what used to be called the in termediate districts, 22,000,000 of nacres become open, because their lehses areneno, under the provisions of the short land bill passed last session. As well as these, all the lands in the settled dis tricts, some 18,000,000 nacres, are leases sineo the 22nd Febranry, i. e. they are annual, and only from the tst of last January. Withl this light worked into your anrticlewith' the eows you express, you at least would have little to complain of, . A ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

CCUN!UY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. (Fromn our own correspondent.) TImE EuATIISE.-Tho now moon brought a change after the long continuaneo of frost, and the last week has been wet aad stormy. Much rain has fallen in the district generally, and it is feared that many parts have been visited with heavy 0loo0s1 at present this town is quite isolated from either postal or commercial traffic. The Goulburn mail duoeon last evening has not yet arrived; neither has the gold escort via Qoeanboynan. The storeoleepers are ansiously awaitiog the arrival of teams, which wero expected to arrive many days agn, oetwcon three and four o'clock this afternoon, a horse asd dray belonging to Mr. J. J. Yriqht seas lost while attempting to draw water from thseriver, at the regular saterisg-plsce, nearly opposite the mill. Since the present rising of the water, a large hole has been scooped oat close by the bankl, of which the man in charge of the horse ad dray swas not aware, and directly they enteroel the water, b...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

TO OORfRBPONONDhNTB Correrpondents, to insr e lnotrtlon of tleir letters, are re questod to te bretL-Veir lengthy letters cnn seldom ho .Inserted. Oorreeponduts aee remtonded that we proess to ntrreonly letters that urn written intltlitlgby. Wuot re ronsttntly renoivtng comomunletiions, to which is appended a reoqusl thut wer mill corrcnt mistekes. Thla entalls ni smount of lntonr that tt oi unfatr to impos on uns; in addiiiou to wthch we are often unhle to do more than guose ut the wreter's mntonng.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next . door to the Australian Store, Auburn-strceet, Goulburn. SINNiNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULUURN. 5494 SBUTLER BROS. & WHIIITEHOUSE, W IIOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS IMAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMIONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, asND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the lyetropolitan Zrotel. 51417 Colonial Produce Sales. rTIIE undersigned SELL privately, or by luction, IJ every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, G6, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at the usual colonial rateso of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepakins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. DURIIIAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and lrokerd, 47..37 66 King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MdACBTfNES. MR MONTAGUE BEALE, F ROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME nnd . SIMS...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

CAI.ENDAR. Dqjrotlbh ~. Wff.Nnlh. ~ eAe.. W'fDYS fSD AT.......u 0 AIJI. I 08 5 2 15I Tr2IUnLI2SDAY.··r·· 2I 0 57 015 24 I~ PSOIIAY ········. , 5I 05 525I 15 WED)NDESAIY, AUGUST 2, 1880.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

TO SUBSCRIBEIRS. A GREAT many of our subscribers have cx A presscd a wish to pay in advance, but say theoir absence from town frecquctly prevents their doing so. WeVo may remind them that they can always re mit in penny or two-pclny postage stamps, which are just as valuable as cash to us. By paying a quarter in advance a saving of one shilling is offected. By paying tvwelvo monthsin ad vance, there is a gain of four shillings. QUEANBEYAN, M R I. MEIITEGAN has been appointed aglont for this journal in the above district, and is nluthlorised to receive subscribers'names, advertise mcnts, and orders for job-printing. NOTICE. THE PROPRIETOR of the 'GOULBURN IIEIRALD' being frequently written to, re spectling persons and events connected with this locality, wishes it to be understood that while he is perfectly ready to afford noy information in his power, parties most enclose an envelope, stamped and directed to their address, or no notice cuan be tnaken of their coammUtications.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860

WE are not at all disposed to view with severity Mr. Murray's ambition for the honour of knighthood --- or any other, includ ing the assumed one of wearing the Windsor uniform. The whole world is governed by forms. The Queen on her coronation day, with crown on head and sceptre in hand; the judge on the bench, with powdered wig and scarlet gown; the priest in his ecclesiastical raiment --- all those are mere examples of form, and of the necessity of what is called amongst "genteel" society, "keeping up an appear- ance." Indeed we are not sure that Mr. Murray has not a substantial ground of com plaint against the Secretary of State for tiho Colonies, if, as has been assumed, that fume tionary interfered to prevent the required flow of royal favour to the member for Argyle. We constantly hear of the most common place services being rewarded with the dignity of knighthood. Mr. John Thomas Smith was as near to it as any man could possibly be without actually receiving the accolade. At o...

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TERMS: [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

TERBhYSe 800ec00Ir'rloIo.--Th amount of Subscrilltion to the OBtoetnv o - Ilonioo ii Elgtil t Shuioo nmid Sinpenne oIer quarter;" if ':pnid'in advance, Seven Shiliingsaond Sixpncpcreriurter:unto. i .-'?'bniequneterstermhnto on tie 201lr nr¢ ,"itOlb June, 'Olth t :8eptieber, aod 20th December,ot atwloh:peerioda only" can onuboeribero dicl nbe, by ginlih notlo,-and paying the - .anount due to tibocod oflt curreattquartrr. . Aotelasoeaotnnrs wllo be InooedrteL at .tiolleotltngrit& 'imrl :201lh Soptember, 1857:-- .. * ,' -Sor' linetolepncefopoe.'..t, taOd.l S , 4 lines .........2......... -,; i "' .-., tnlleo...............*,2 ·I . ,. 8llucs, or I in.ht..t...e.......: ?"0 '.', :.;....,, .eery(tddonionoo icht......... al On adnetlstneniouiip ie.lind'noko tbi nt.ireoo nlosnti, a readoe tlon"of'5' per eent;'wolo 'be-maddttfoo iiln a bove ebLro, Iand if eotlhiuod in' eril louoe durlnoga wholo qarior, a .' discount of 23 per tent. nwill: b atlloioid All ordore for the:. wnliidranai o...

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

To Let, THE BEEHIVE H-IOTEL, BUNGENDORE, In full trade, on the main Southern Road to TIIE SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS : C ONTAINING 13 large rooms, 12 feet high, Sfurnished throughout with the best of furniture. T'hie long room is 35 x 18, well adapted for meetings, concerts, &c., having one of Stodart'u pianos. The kitchen is large and lofty, with servants' rooms, stabling, out-houses, &r. The house commands tihe : Whole of the traffie to Kiandra. Terms liberal, with or without firniture. Apply to S. MOSES, 6015 Bungendore. Advances on Produce. rIT E undersigoed oreo prepared to make Mrst . Liberal ADVANCES on PRODUCE consighed to their friends, Messrs. J. H. Scott Durbia and Co., London. RAYMOND and CO., S Treasury Buildings, George-street, 5380 Sydney, FRESH GOODS FOR THI-E DISTRICT,' WITH ¢N 3~YE TO IETADItDRA. E. BUTLER, BUYER AND SELLER OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SOFT GOODS,. MIARKET SQUARE, GOULBURN, flAS lately VISITED SYDNEY, and BOUGHT LARGELY i...

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

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE MAN as SIHEEP OVER SEER, and who can produce satisfactory Leot monials. "A married person preferred.' Apply to J. W. HOSKING, Foxlow. Near ]ungendoro. July 21st, 1860, 6002 Agents for this Journal ARE required is various of the country towns of the southein distriets. Application is ,lW ad dressed to the publisher. Wanted, A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT, in a imall . family of three. Apply to Mrs. WHITEMAN, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 6053 Notice to Bullock-drivers and Others. A TER this date all teams that may be found turned out on the Ilfgalore Estate, or the Run at the back, will be charged 2s. Gd. each per night, otherwise they will be impounded. BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, g angalore. Ard August, 1860. 6055 To Oonstables and Others. SOS T , from Queahbeyan, on the 5th of LJJuly-. One BLACK COB HORSE, branded WP on off shoulder, nP on near shoulder, like J on near side neck. * Supposed to have gone in the directios of Gunning, an he wan seen making that way. * A reward ofn£ ...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. Dionaar a.D Co. report:-Stock. The continuance of wet weather having almost pre vented stock from travelling, there has been very little auction business doing. Since our last we have sold 3 horses, at £6 10s., £7 10s., and £11. A lot of pigs, in indifferent condition, realized from 17s. to 50s. each. No cattle or sheep offering. The team of bullocks advertised for Wednesday last were not forthcoming, being delayed no doubt by the weather. Light dray, £11; dray and harness, £1 10s. Produce, &c.-We have sold 9 cwt. bacon, for Braidwood, at 81d. No produce arriving. Ve have also sold 15 Cwt. of rice, all laults, at 27s. per cwt., being the only parcel of commnission mer chandise that has passed through our hands. lNuAY eD Co. report:-Notwithstanding the unfavourable state of the weather, a decided im provement has taken place in the stock market. A draft of fat cattle would average considerably higher than they have done for some time past. No ...

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

ll2CTELBLAINBIO US. T'un InoTsHER AiND SIST.ER: A TOUCrmNa SoCLN.LA French paper says, Lucilla .Romeo; a pretty'girl with blue eyes anid fair hair, poorl3 but neatly clothed, Was brought bohforu the Sixth Court of Correction, inder a charge of vagrancy. "Dloes any one claim you'T" said the magistrate. "Ah, my good si," she replied, "I have no logeri any friends; my faitheir and mother are dead. I have only my brother James; bit he is as young as I am. Oh, dear; what.could.he do f?jr me ?" "The court must send you to the house.of correction." "Here I anm, sister hereo I am; do not fear," cried a childish ivoice fieom the dther lend of thIe corrt. And at tihe same instant a little boy. with a sprightly countenance, dressed in an elegnnt costulme n.s a groom, st'rted fbrth fromin thIoumidst of the crowd, and .tood betfe rl the magistrate. "Who are you?" said lhe. "James' Romeo, the brother of this little girl." "Your ago?" "'Thirtcon.''" "And wlhat tdo youi ant." "I comine to claim LUc...

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WAINES'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

WAIXEiS'S CASE. S (From Melbournc Argus.) WuieT'ur n tho evidelce whichl was adduced Sgaiiist Waiinesc was legally suflficienut for his condemnation is a question" which we shall not venttre to decide. That Ihe deserved his fate, is apparent; but whatevoer he deserved, the law of evidence mustebo invariable, anti it is better that half adozen such villains should be acquitted than that wo should send one innocent person to the gallows. It will be remembered tliat Waines was tried for the murder of Mary Hunt, and found guilty, principally on hIis. own testimony. He hadl acknowledged to a detective policeman, who, with the object of entrapping the prisoner into a confession, had procured himself, to.be. ariested and placed in the sanuo cell, that he had murdered Hunt and his, wife. By what authority the detective was permitted to enter tho cell we cannot say. The aurictilar con fession lie extorted does not exactly coincide. wvith our notions of justice. James the First of England, as...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our coloumns 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.] PLAGIARISM IN THE 'YASS COURIER. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. Weo re detsirous thlt our columns should bo rrgarded ae open to oll partris, ond we nrellherefore wtiling to tivre lnerttlo to ilt temperotely anddn.tlelrlbly written letters on oubJecta of public interest, ren theough tie oeplnions adenced moo be diomoericolly opposett to our own.l PLAGIARISM IN THE 'YASS COURIER. (To th/e Editor of tLhe Goulburn Herald.) Sen,--I observe a story is being at present pub. lished in the 'Yass Courier,' entitled "A Talet of Kiiandra, by Alphn." It would almost be as ridieulous to test the merits of the original parts of this small tale and its still smaller but crafty com piler, whoever he may be, as it would be to try Smith O'Brien's celebrated campaign by the art of strategeticnal warfare. If I might be allowed to makne t little free with Sheridan's well-known apolhegm, thel I would say, that what is good of lthe Tale of Kinndra is not now, and whant is now is not good.. I have only read the first four chapters, but ex unyue Iconen, a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

LocAusxr isa mere modification of thatsoenti moent which exists between two distmnct countries under the name of nationality. It is the communal spirit of rivalry; and while the feeling in its fuller and wider development betwceen two peoples has given rise to that exclnsiveness and jealousy of each other's progress, which culminates in asystemn of pro tective duties, the latter has been productive of no less mischief. In Europe, however, the principles of free trade are fast supping na tional projudices ani antipathies, while in each country the speed andl facility of inter communication betweon its various provinces, must quickly destroy the petty jealousies which have been so long entertained by loeali ties of each other. U.nfortunately for us, we have not yet ar rived at this stage of national progress. It would appear indeed as if we were destined to pass through the very same ordeal as tlhe solder countries of Europs have endured. Protection is eagerly pleaded for by a class n...

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ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860

ABERCROMBIE. (From our owna Gorr Ceoomdet.) The diggings aro again going u-head in this locality Th colesotials are fast returning, and report that the Turon, Ophir, Carcoar, and even the great El Dorudo, the Snowy ,iver, are "no good." The influenza buas been very severe in its visitation in this part of the neighbourhood. A most melancholy catastrophe has befallen a mucb repected family here. Mr. Cassidy, inn beeper and stoclholder, died at 8 a.m., and Mrs, Cassidy at 5 p.m. toe same day, after 'a very short illness, leaving a large family to lament their sad bereavement. The river rose very high on Saturday night, and came down bank high in the course of ua few hours.

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