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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

COUNTRlY NWJVS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our own Conrraimutnt.) .rWEATPn.-The weather since my last is, indeeO truly delightful. Yesterday morning we hnd a slight frost; about noon it commenced to blow from W. S. W., and continued so for three or four hours. This morning the sun rose to gladden the hearts of our industrious stockowners, the busy stockman, and the careful shepherd. Although we are not situated more than two and a half degrees of longitudo from Wheeo, where I shall venture to say the inhabitants at this season of the year experience severe and frosty weather, we are, to use a vulgar but ex pressivo phrase, " three. blankets warmer" here than the inhabitants of Wheeo. I shall assert, with out the least fear of contradiction, that this climate is as fine, if not finer, or at least more salubrious, than any part of the colony. AnlloutiNES.-The time was when our aborigines could muster strong, but now a different tale is told. Like the disappearance of snow before the noon...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

EDUCATION. TnE following really excellentessay is from the pen of a yoeng Australian, a native of thise.town, and at present a member of the Rev. Mr. Cutcliffou's ovening clnass.- The prio duction reflects great credit not only on the pupil but on thle master also: Meon has been described as "a reasoning animal;" but this high prerogative, without the culture of education, wouldl not avail to raise him much above the brute creation; for many of the inferior animals have, both in a wildanddonmesticatedstate, evinced such really astonishing sense, or cunning, that thle closest observers of nature have freely admitted its existence. In support of this, if support were necessary, might be adduced numerous instances from natural history; and even amongst ourselves, those familiar animals the horse, the dog, and the cat, cannot have failed to impress us with an idea of sagacity so much akin to that of man, that we are forced to the conclusion that many of the animal deductions, if we may ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

BU"RROWA. .(Prorn a C'orrcepoirdcnt.) LAurmnG FLAT GOLID-FIELDS.-ThO o most cheer ing accounts of these diggings are daily coming to this town. Several parties came to dispose of their gold on Saturday evening. ,Iany had earned on an average over £1 per day; others, but less in number, had exceeded an ounce per day, and some few, should their present luck continue, will in a very abort time realiso fortunes. On reliable authority, I ean state that a party of two obtained 3A ounces in two hours, being the time the authority to whom I have referred, had been loolking on. The present -rainy weather is very favourable to the diggers, as very dry weather would impede their operations, the place not being bountifully supplied with water. -There is at present, however, suflicient of this indis pensable clement. lProvisions continue low; the storeheepers of tlhis town are daily sending supplies of all necessaries for the diggers; the number of the latter is fast increas loag. - Ao melanchol...

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CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

WBnF~D'P..E..flAY~p 5ef 1 Is S 29 19 TJIUISDAY* 6 (115 540 P1 PRISIIT ..j U[ ! 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

<'.'.TH. E HERALD OFFICE TS8 removed to the site of the Australian Hotol,spext ., door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. : SKINNER :& .INOWLAN, S Sodat Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, PsPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL '.J VERNER-S'REET, GOULBURN. 5E494 'THE GOVERNOR'S .ARMlS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four ?Miles from Goulburn; WILLIAM SIDWELL D=|EGS to oannoeunca that ho has now erected, at "LI great expense, a FIRST-RATE INN, at Towrang, on the Sydney Htoad, fours miles from Goulburn. Preparatory to taking this step, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Wines, Spirits, - . Ale, Porter, . Cordials, &c., &c., was selected personally bh the advertiser in Sydney; anda, as he is determined to allow nothing but the / YERY BEST LIQUORS t iho sold.at his establishment, he feels confident tlhat .?o one who once honours the house with a call will ,leave it disappointed. It will be the study of W. S. always to keep A GOOHD TAB-LE, as he feels assured that this is...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

IT were a pity if the volunteer more ment, or any other exciting topic of the day, withdrew public attention from those political reforms which have already been initiated. One must not forget that, while high and low -the capitalist, squatter, and the landless pauper-are shouting "to arms," the time is drawing near when the present nominated Upper House of parliament will be fastened upon the country as a permanent institution. To remember this is of the utmost importance, not only to one class of our community, but to the other also. The great rquestion at issue is this: Shall the lands of the country be alienated on long leases, perpetually renew able, and at trifling rents, to persons who will settle them with sheep and cattle only, for their own aggrandizement, and thus originate a spurious landed aristocracy; or shall those lands be open to the small capitalist, the immigrant husbandman, and the thrifty labourer, for tillage or grazing, or both, so that small homesteads may el...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

BIRTIIL Atr Quenubeyan, on the 2nd instlnt, 3?s. J. J. WYmo?t, of a dauoghter. EDNEDY, SElTl M3ER , lo. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBIER 5, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

W, FLETCHER, TINWARE IMANUFACTURER, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN, B?EGS to inform the public that, to meet the times, he has made a GREAT RtEDUCTEON in the price of TINWYARE, both wholesale and retail. A large assortment of all sorts of goods in the aboveline, and in every description of ironmongery: always on hIand. slF Country orders punctually attended to, and goods carefully packed. o6059s Fifty Thousand Feet of Timber for Sale. I SHE undersigned is prepared to sell SASSAFRAS S TI1IBER in any quantity, deliverable in Goul burn or lssowher, at reasonable rates. F. HORN, Builder, Goulbrns; or MR. TERREY, 5702 Fitzroy Iron Mines, Mittsgong. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. TlHE PARTNERSHIP' hitherto subsisting between ROBERT IElsDALE and FREDERICK LASSETTER, as Iron Merclhants and General Iron mongers. George and York streets, Sydney, nsder the style and firm of IREDAD;E and CO., expired on tlhe loth instant, by femuxion of time. ROBERT IREDALE, FREDERICK LASSETTER. Iredale's Ironm...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

SYDNEY. rCFnox ou? own~oe sraoiDET.) - Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. I think you will find that the information that has reached Goulburnr, with reference to ministerial intentions anent the dissolution of Parliament, is erroneous. I allude to that report which states it to ie the wish of ministers to keep the Assembly together lest a new election shlould produce a greater number of "radicals." From all that has reached me I am led to the full belief that the Premier attaches the utmost importance to the power of dissolution, which there is no doubt that the Governor-General yielded when the Robertson cabinet was formed. I have before alluded to the divisions said to exist in that cabinet; but whatever form these may take, it is not at all probable that a dissolution can be avoided. SThe Parliament being now summoned for the 25th of this montth, speculation will soon be needless. I fancy that, notwithstanding the many subjects pressing for consideration, the government will be rather di...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. fuNIctr~AL Cotuacxr..-Thorsday, present, the Mayor, Aldermen Walsh, )igansm, Collins, Fletchelr, and Sibley. The minutes of previouo meeting hoving been confirmed, the mayor intimnatesl that he had authorised some repairs in Auburn.iturke, and Sloano-strect, the expenses of which would amount to about £6.-The town-clcrh then informed the council, that the manager of the Commercial BIlnkl branch here, had received notice thtat the stim men tioned by the Colonial Treasurer, as hanvig teeon paid into the Commercial Bankl at Sydney, to their credit, had not yet been so paid, and read a draft of letter swhich he hod prepared. drawing the attention of tie Treasury authorities to the circumstance. 'T'he order of the day Itaving been read, for taking into considerotion the Attorney-Geonral's circular, in reference to thte Mtunicipal Act of 1858, Aldermons Dignam said that he had drawn up a few memorantda on the sutject, pointing out what he considered stume of those am...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

GOULBUORN PRICtES CURRENIOT. lth3at, 1. to 133.31. Bd bo ob;LrO Flur, flte, . "3 ton; eoonduJ £03. lt'ea, 3d. to 8to0. 1Iran, 2s. 0.1. 33 boshel." Malio, O.Od to 7. 0O bushol; wanted. .lErle, 6o. 0L1. to 00. buhol; ooute ,D Onto, 06. rI. to 7 n. 0 bhloscl; re. bo.. Zla,,£Oto £ i ton. Jluttor, frosb, ln. to On. 3d. P lb.; silt, 1l0 ; plontflII GIlle,?e, 0l/d. to 01. hi 1b, . ".. . Ilona, 31. 3 hOf. l?jgo, ho. 3 dozon., P'otatoen, £1 to £0 0.3 ton; plentifoul. Onoln,, l2,. to lO;. i3 O3L. ' oat C(attic, £3 l0,. to £7 7n. 3 hlosol, tordonl towelgh. Clo#,,, .' LK to n ltn£11 "I30 hboiU. 80orjo,' 10nsn n3to O 1.P lal 1'she, Id. to 4l1. ~he. 'olon, £10 to £3033 toln, for good0sompla.' ".. lldlon, 1,. to 0,. ecoh. lhbccpotri,l 4>3~. to 0. 3 It.~ U B nvsruus.- -F our, fl , per ton, £28"; seconds, rflttt,-'9;g; whent, per bushel, to. to 0..; resh" huttert, pr to., It. Id. to Is. 1d.; btoon , d. to 0d.; ctoOCe, 3d to 01d; rogIl, Pe dozen, Is. 0.d. to 2..; potatoer, per cwt. Os.:0d. to oC.;...

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RANDWICK RACES. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

RANDWICK RACES. [nEin ELEOCYTII TELEOohOAIH.] FiosT DAY, TnsURsoDAn, SEsTErEsit 6rlH. PlasT RACE.--Tho Metropolitan Mhidrn Plate of 150 sovs, with a sweep of 3 sovs each added; for all horses that never won an advertised prize at the time of entrance (winmoera of 2 year-old stakes excepted); weight for age; no maniden allowannce, second horse to receive 20 sovs from the prize. Mr. 0. Doe Oestren l.. o Arolhr, 4yrs...1................. - lotedoood'o h. so. lo, L yre..................... . 2 - G. Doyle'a e. h. Warrior, 4 yrs ............... ....... 3 SweComN) ltnCe.-TIohe Austeralian Plato of 120 sov. with a sweep of 5 soes. (half forfeit) added; for all horses; weight for ago; 21 miles; second horse to receive 20 nova from the prize. Mr. Doppan 0.0. g. lolrak, 5 yrs ................. .;..... ... . -- ]l~iggeroonn'ac. . Veao, tsu.o..................:. 2 - Onue' b., e.hlmroeh, natd.................. Tmtu R?ac.--Tho Squattera' Paursed of'50 so5Ba., withl a osweepstlakes of 3 sovs. each,...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

ENGLIS?H EXTRA CT'S. A Sronr oF Trn Loas CtsAtoEL.OR ToEsiGoR. -?.What, little Thesiger Iords Chanucellor I" said Sthe other, springing to his feet; with great anination. "You don't say so? Climbing aloft came easy to him, it soems; and so now he is on the trucklehead, and got a Chancellor's wig on, ch? Well, I am right glad tb hear it. Dear me," he cootinued, resuming his seat, "it seems to me only the otter day he woas aky-larkisig in the cock-pit, and up to all sorts of pranks and devilry. I recollect wo once toots a •Spanish prize, loaded with cigars, snuff and all sorts '. ofwaw'nnd manufactured tobacco. Of course we Syouugsters helped ourselves most liberally. The sif was in bladders of the size of foot-balls; but as none of us used that, we amused ourselvyes by 'ph?ing it about at each otlheor. Thlscaptain's clerk, who messed with us, was a sneakinsg sort of fellow, who used to curry favour with him. by reporting w hat was going on in the cock-pit. So, in order to ..punish hi...

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COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

COUNT1 Y NE WY. TUENA. ': S (From our oee Cesorreoodent.) . Mnq.sio.I-Digging operations at the present time are very quiet, with every prospect of remaining in that state, until the result of the approaching rush to thie Snowy is ascertained; however, notwithstand ing, large numbers of Chinese have passed through here on their way thither, a great many both Mongolians and tEuropeatus have returned, either disappointed wvith the nuriferous capabilities of the new El Dorado, or frightened away by the cold and snow of that Alpine region. PntoSPECTs.-ClCheerless as is the present aspect of the Tueana diggirgs, our hopes of future progression are not quite forlorn. The certainty of ea larg' pup. lation being located both here, and on the Ahber crombie, ere many months shall have passed is fully warranted, from the fact of the paying nature of these and surrounding localities, being well known, and requiring only shilled labour properly to develop their goldeis resources; and when thie e...

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MERCANTILE SIRENS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

MERCANTILE SIRENS. (FFoan the Sydney Mail, September ist.) TnE most effective man-trap of the present day is a Bazanr. When we say trap, we mean a machine for inveigling, bamboorling, duping, and deceiving nn pecting,ingenuous men. Twenty years ago a bauor was a rarity. Then the term was applied to a collec tion of toys, jewellery, musical Instruments, and general nick-nacks, all private proocrty, and for sale, by aoction and raffle. In those days churches and chapels were built by steady and continuous efforts, and it was not necessary to galvanize the virtue of liberality into action. Now people will not give at once upon the asking. They requiro to be ticklest, asit were, with a bazaar; to have young girls soliciting them to buy inarsels in Berlin wool, outrageously dressed dolls, embroidered braces, an gorgeous ottomans. And the people whlo buy these nuge norecr think they have tone a charitable thing, because the money wilt go to defray the roofing of a church or the repair of ...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

II'ItAllLD' Otlco, Fridny vovning. Ton posit woerk, like thot ohtobl frerooodod boo boo ronrbot by 00o booogo~ or tooyoooooooooaortf sootlotog. loot littob product 00000 fone roowrd, ood potooo Ilv oorottlr dnoonord ton denoy.Atooouporooyoottivtty boo boon glumn to tbo rotnit mroortots, by'tbo oooooolltoooofttor torqr boody of kbtnooo now potloosod togothoru tou noonjb~boorbood, ond· who ror proold. In:tlcoosoto'oo for a cooopoigonO Iftotodro. A'nonbor of Itbooo, 00 bottoor, 000' oloout to otoot for Boo~gontn tbto ,oornlog. Sir. Ullojonlio ropoolutotbopoooboo ofoboot 3Oonnoos of gold from Tooooo. MIessrs. 1'. f8lbodo no Cd. ropoort :--Storb.--Thorobos boon loot on indliotnr~t doooood forbosoror, ood thosonrbot bets I,oon gonorootty tonhooalto h~orloog tbo no.1, coo bowo rold 0 boodl Oot froo £0 to £11 II.. Cd. Otooro, roort ond klnonro for 22-1. Sot rotttoooro toqolord for ooodoooutd sott ooott oost 000000, oostlofttooott oor otoollr jonig rulooto. Ttooo otrolronfotnr morb~ot for ot...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

CALNDA~. Daothe Week. urI un e Moon' 8ATUVIDA. .... [p B O [ 14 0 42 22 2I,[ODAY .......... ...| , 0 0| I 2 42 24 'UY 2DAY .............. 2 " 9/ 0 I4 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

n THE HERALD OFFICE :i .S'remoxed to the site of the Australian H~otel, next .. door, to., tho.dAustralian Store, Auburn-street, Goulb'in. ;::SKINNER & NOWLAN, ..... :. Soda Wa'ter " :" . 'Lemonade and .. Cordial Manufacturers, .::' PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ' YE NER-STREET, GOULBURN. '5494 Tis GoVERITOR.a o ARMs, SYDNEY ROAD, . our Miles from Goulbunu r. WILLIAM SIIDWELI 'i " EGS to announce that he has now cirected, at - great expense, a . . FIRBT-RATE N~I,-- .at Towrang, on the Sydney RoHd'l. fos!i iles fros Goulburn. . .:. ,.Preparatory to takling this sitop, "' A;."':':: - 'FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF - : :.. ..,- . Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, Cordials, &e., &e., '. was selected personally by the advertiser in Sydney i . nd n·ld he in determined to allow nothing but the. : i.'. T .: .:.r Y BEST LQUORS . . to be sold at-his establishment, he feels confident thiat ' ''no'one whoonce honours the houose with a call will :'leive it disappointed. It waill be the s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

To make room for the Tuona nows, tihe telo gram of Raudwick races, andt other interesting intelligence received at a nlate bour, our load ing article, already in type, is omitted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 September 1860

OUR AGENTS "TTHO havo not already remitted are requested VV to do so without delay. WESLEY VALE. M7 R. W. BROWN is appointed agent for this journal at Wesley Vale, and is authorised to rccoivo subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job-printing. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1860. Albury. WXTArTED, at Albury, an agent for Lthis VT. journal. Wagga Wagga, •XANTIDj D at \Yagga Yagga, an ageut for this 11' journal.

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