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

To Master Printers. A THOROUGIHLY competent COMPOSITOR is open for engagement. Has had many years' experience, b'oth as a newspaper hland and in job-printing. Satisfactory references can be given. Apply to R. RI. S., tlcsald' oflice, Goulburn. Medical, M R. FITZGERALD begs to intimate :to tile IV1 inhabitants of the District of ItlIltlMA, lthant he has RIIEMOVED his sMedical Establishment from Morley's Cottage to Browlee. Browlee, Sutton Forest, ird September, 1800, 6268 For Sale, COORMORE, Liverpool Plains district, at present unstocked, well 2rassed and watered. For fur ther particulars apply to MESSRS. RAYMOND & CO., Treasury Buildings, 4812 George-street, Sydney Snowy River Diggings. NTENDING DIGGERS are invited to call and inspect the goods on sale by the undersigned, tho whole of which are of thel most suitable descrip tion .and of .first-class quality, and among others compriso- The genuine American grained leather pegged - Hungarian waterproof boot The embossed front...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

CHARLIES WIGGINS, IN retiring from the business heretofore carried on I by him, as HAY AND CORN FACTOR, desires to return his sincere thanks to those parties who have favoured hIim with their support, and begs to recommend as his successors Messrs. FOX & SON, who have purchased his business, and in whosao ability to give satisfaction to their customers he hns the fullest confidence, 6265 With reference to the above advertisement, FOX AND SON RESPECTFULLY beg to inform their friends and the public that they have purchased the Hay and Corn Business, lately carried on by Mr. CIHARLES WIGGINS,. and trust by constantly keeping on hand an ample. stock of overy description of forage of good quality, and by selling at REASONABLE PRICES, to merit a continuance of the patronage hitherto en joyed by their predecessor. CARRIERS and others may depend on getting everythinginthe above line in any quantity. [lf" Hay cut by a powerful machine, worked by horso-power. FOX AND SON, Auburn-stree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

D Albury. ANTED, at Albury, an agent for this Y journal. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT I'PRESSMAN. Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' IHerald' oflfee. E. BUTLER IHAS ON SALE MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING IIEN'S saces and lshooting coats, fancy doo and I tweed together, from 15j. each Boys' and youths' ditto, from 12s. sd. Mon's shepherd plaid sacs, from 9s. Men's sporting jachets, all wool 2is. Gentlemen's black cloth sacs, from 22s. 6d. Youths' and boys' ditto, superfine, 15s. Gentlemen's Oxonians, o30s. Ditto black cloth and fancy deerskin ponchos, together, from 29s. each Gentlemen's overcoats, dark beaver, blues, browns, blacks, from 38s.; fashionable shapes Coachmen's drab coats, very superior, G66s. Men's blue pilot jackets, from Sns. Boys' and youths' ditto, lis. 6d. Ditto ponchos, 14s. Men's drab Bedford cord jackets, from 34g. Boys' colored and black cloth tunics, 8n. Waistcoats. Men's doe a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

To Newspaper Proprietors. "130R S.L?, an exccllen: DOUBLE DEMY PREY S, INK TABILE, and ROLLER MOULD. Particulars can be obtained at the Guulburn Herald Steam Machine P1rintiog Office. O N O SALEce-- at the. Herald Office The New Gold Fields' Regulations Do' Forms Apprentices Indentures Imnpounding Act blaster and Servants' ditto Landlord and 'Tenants' ditto Rc overy ofl Tenements' ditto. Publicans' ditto :, I'ublicans' Applicationsa Cheque BIlooks

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

AUISCELLA NEO US. A YouNo Mu rnu rnlnr.An extraordinary case was lately submitted to the Tribunal of Correctional Police at Foix (Ariege). A boy, only twelve years of age, named Denjean, was tried for attempting to murder an old man who is blind, and gets his living by going from place to place to bog. This latter had hired the boy, who is an orphan, on the 18th of May, at a pIlace called Sauret, to act as his gitlde, on the condtlition of feeding and lodging Irim, besides giving him 40f. a year. On arriving at a place called Labario they sat down under a tree on the bank of the Ariege to rest, and thre old man fell asleep. As he was sleepling thIe boy struck him three or four times on the forehead with a large stone, and thlen, before hIe could offer any resistance, rifled his pockets and ldragged him by the legs down tohe bank, which was very steep, alnd pushed him into thIe river. ThIe old man was in great dancer of drowning, but managed to geoutort; tlhe blows, however, on thIe ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

COLO1NAL £X'TRAC7 * A SCENE IN GaEOnGE-TIIEET.-A novel and somewhat strange operation of the Align meat Acnt was enforced on Wednesday after noon (whether legally or illegally we do not pretend to say), by the officers of the City Corporation, under the instructions of the mayor. It appears that Messrs. Ircdalo and Co, whose ironmongery establishment has for years previous to the passing of the Alignment Act, projected somewhat on thle fbotway, thought fit to exchange the small panes of glass in their windows for two large ones, and this the right worshipfil mayor, probably under advice, considered a sufficient alteration of the promises and breach of the act to war rant hnm, on the part of the corporation, in interfering. IHo accordingly sent a party of mon yesterlday afternoon, unlder the super intendence of MIr. Parker, to remnove the window. At first resistance was offered by Mr. Lasseter and his men, and a crowd of five hundred people soon collected. The men under Mlr. Parker, ...

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TUMUT ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

Tou?r? ELcCTOOATE.-- -e have received advices from Sydney in wvhich we are distinctly informed that our present representative, D). II. Deniehly, intends immediately to resign his seat. With this resignation always in prospect, should the issue of the writ follow shortly after, tbohe electors will not be able to eompl*in ofinsunflicient time to make a fresh selection. The names of sevoeral Sydney residents are mentioned as likely to solicit the honour, and as the roads are a little better for travelling, we may even anticipate seeing thel amongst us.-'Adeloag Miasig Journal '

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COUNTRY NEWS. BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

COUNTI2Y NEWSr. BUIRBOWA. (PFam 8 orrlree LoxnT?o FLrT GOLDe.ILrr.-Each snceeding daT brints to this town more tSitering acounts of these diggings. Several new rashes have been dis covrered. Gold is found in payable quantities in the least likely spots. Several parties, who arrived in town last night, informed me that almost all were making fortunes. Among others, I coneeroed with an Italian who had been at the Snowy, and all over Victoria and he stated that they were hlikely to prove the best diginsgs yet discovered in theeolonies. and that the Snory were entirely short of them, both as to the value of the metal and to the quso titles obtained. Other authentic accounts corrobo rate his statement. Provisions continue low; full supplies on the field. The number of diveers ex ceeds seven hundred; all peaceable. In my next a rt I shall allude to the quantities brosght in for 7th September, I1S6.

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE BEHAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

LATEST?? EUROPEAN NEWS. AEBIVAL OF THE BEHAR. The P. and O. C:Gs.a.iq'u s.:re Bntr a-rti Id at IGeo : ke-nd en the 4sh tosnat4 _Le L .L. mi were r?Ms~pped to ? e L?z.? Bird and taken to Adedside bemse we have the tF lowing ietrs of news per de:tric tegrapla: t L kMs Oederd . he total ev~ca b~~sSj .rrcqaltrcope. hea kin d ifjin bas s.nt a lecer to (l-aihs! retq'rcse bin ? t o snack the cotin.ensta pu. ' s?u dtae Iing cf a less; to G bit?Bdi ?.dhi Pa cu:o with a n:rg f .rce, s?d it n w supp~t to wo ei iLb a n0m to ae a desent onr t the A _E_ n:eirTy kad te fori:med a o tzhe n?d-r shnew 'nsie:Ma.. The it 2iesotiam sinsste inse uSken the trth of hatSgisece so vhe new e?sdi oa, or ive tio ior?e of the feeus of shO e na. the Thjer cs oG~.cik ths thee shall net be caiSed or so 5ehs agais~ ?ah wans.. h Volnnters are iressan:ly Gind ,O s pwr. weed seeraL f ren-i o f war n2l mXEnr d, aod se dKily rfeceeta fresh sites srims of iner, it•t rje d gals-hans et He bua aredy so a repirs eaf?rme the ...

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COOMA GENERAL SESSIONS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

COOMA GENERAL SESSIONS. (from the S. 31. Herald,) TEUmSDTY, AUGUST 30. BErORE Henry Cary Esq, Chairman. Wednesday, the 29th, was the day appointed for i holding these sessions, but the chairman being detained by inability to pao. the Mulwarree Ponds near Goulburn, the magistrates present adjourned the Court until this day. Mr. Cary drove in about nine this morning, and opened the Court at ten. There were four prisoners for trial. Mr. Forbes, the Crown Prosecutor, conducted the prosecution. John Brown alias Asberwood, was indicted for having " feloniously and violently stolen a pocket handkerchief, the property of Charles Milsom, from his person; and for having, together with a certain other person unknown, immediately before the said robber, feloniously struck, beat, and throttled the said Charles Milsom." The prosecutor not being able to identify the prisoner as one of the two men who had attacked him, and a woman named Baker having sworn that the person who had knocked Milsom down...

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SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

S5YDNEY. [raoo OFa ows conrQsrONDEcr.J Friday afternoon. The Randwick race-course, though well attended yesterday, was not so crowded as on the occasion of the champion race. We had fine weather, and shabout five or six thousand persons were present. The greatest amount of betting was by the respective admirers of Veno and Wildrake for the Australian Plate, and that race was the best of the day. We had another grand torchlight demonstration last night, on the part of the "no-land, no-rifle" gentry. They assembled at the HIaymarket, and marched thence in procession up George-street to Wynyard-square. This arrangement had the effect of collecting a very large assemblage, so that at one time there were nearly two thousand persons in the square. These were harangued by several speakers, but not much could be gathered of the particular objects of the meeting-there was plenty of theory, and a great deal of well known truth in the speeches, but nothing practical. With all my deep sympathy ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

CO M..?ER CIA L. Lrtnlt otheerot saprtssed, the prioe quoted Is Ith, an-?o Ms thtoe in tsoa[ion. betwne the produaer aed the nr. pue ctohr; not at be.aen one dealen dd ao:se, moct let, tte retail peteeo. O?%rm'.--One ftour, per ton, "lt; .,atod., ditto, "17; ans, per tehel, to d1. to Is. 6d.; wehest, toT: O mn.. LS gd.toO3. ; baLrto t eas d:n .I-d. to 4,.;eheo, d. toTi; bacon, 5d.tod.; h.ay, £7to--5s. S-tDiET HOP5E 3lARKET.--Ir. Charles Martysn reports:--The Champion Race and Randwick Spring Meeting have caused little business to be done in the horse market since last report. A draft of 37 colts and mares was sold at the Cattle MIarket on Friday last, bred by Mr. C. M. Mc Bean, and sold well, especially such as were strong enough for draught work. A draft of 33 head, bred by James Roberts, Esq., were also sold there next day at satisfactory prices. Draught horses, broken in, have sold at the Bazaar as high as £41 10s. The sale of imported thloroughbred horses was postponed on Tuesda...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

LOCAL AND PROLC.IAL. Fo.?Ear.-Ot Wednesday l a man, who regresetied his name to be OMeara, acompanied by a fs-eig , aparnty a German, called a: Mrr. Macnoe's store ag Moalnn and see~ced wonds the valre of ccshi four pounds, in payment of rhich rh tendered a cheqse for Ci 7s. prprtin to be drawn by Mr. Al~zrer Reid of hborsiigh in his ('tMears's) favor. Mr. M?roney gave him the change. On the folloing morning O'Me.ra left Malan. and Mr. Laroney felh?rg very neasy made someiruairv. and (onmd that the fellow had been working for Mr. Carrigan at Wingello under the name of Green. This c?firmes Mr. Maroney's suspicions, and be commenited with the. police and in a couple of days afte came into town, and presented the cheque at the Joist Stoek Bank, where he was told it was a forgery. othing has ince been beard of O'Mera. The fcrgery it a most dcamsy one bearing not the slightes resemblance to the signature of Mr.Reid, and is eviiently the work of some uneducated person, who coeld do no mor...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

TAPALGA. A meeting of the inhabitants was held on Monday last, at Mr. Donohoe's, for the purpose of electing persons willing to undertake the supervision of the expenditure of the money, voted by the legis!anure, for the repairs of the rood between this place and Goulbarn, George 3Martyr, Esq, in the chair, who commenced the business of the day by explaining the reason why he had called them together; and rezd a correspondence which he had entered.iato with the Department of Lands, relative to the road in ques tion. It appeared that a question put by him, as to whether the amount voted for 1859 (£210), as well as that for 1660, would be still available, had been completely passed over, and that he had again written upon the subject. but as vet the receipt of his letter had not been acknowledged. Tnis line of road is in a dreadful state; so bad that it is next to impossible for a fairly loaded team to travel over it. From the foot of Tarlo Hill to the river is in a most dangerous con...

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RANDWICK RACES. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

RANDWICK RACES. £PER ELECIVIC TELEG2&PI1 Tax following is the resulit of Sarturday's racing.e Pit BRace.-The Raundwick Plate of 100 sors., added to a sweep of 3 sors. for 3 and 4 year olds; 1-' mile: thrbee-yr-olds 7st 7lbs; fcur-yr-olds, 9st.; n-nal allowance to mares and geldings; winners at starting 51Ibs extra; entrance £5. MlD3rees:sb e.Aitl A - ---1-- - 1 -Ivery aen.m Flyins e ---. ------ 2 SECOvD RACE.-The Australian Jockey Club iHandicap of 150 soy. added to a sweepstakes of 5 sora. eoch; 3 miles; the second horse to receive 25 sors; entrance £7 los. Non-?eceptors to receive back their sweep, and forfeit half-entrance. 3fr.Oese'~.e.PBcat sit----~-I -!aTgveisrZe - --------,-, - Osaab.A. S~s 510555050- ~---- 3 TlaDn Pace.-The Prince of Wales Stakes of 3 ors eah, with 60 sor~. added, for all ages, LM.P.C.; the second horse to receive 20 sors; entrance £3. Ms. Disoil er4Sindlr.---.----s- ---. 1 --SYscJ'SemIsIishIsu a---1---- 2 Faoursa Ic--The City Plate of 100 sors. aidd...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE S removed to the site of the Autiralian Hotel, next door to the Ausetralian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE TtE CATHOLIC CHAPEL S\VERNElN-STREET, GOULBURN. 5404 THE GOVERNORI'S ABI1VS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four Miles from Goulburn; WILLIAM SIDWELL DEGS to aunounce that he has neow erected; at .1) great expense, a FIRST-RATE INN, at Towrang, on the Sydney Road, four mileas from Gbutburn. Preparatory to taking this step, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, Cordials, &c., &C,, was selected personally by the advertiser in Sydney and, as he is determinled to allow nothing but the VERY BEST LIQUORS to be sold at his establishment, he feels confident that no one who once honours the house with a call will leavn it disappointed. It will be the study of W. S. always to keep A GOOD TABLE, as he feels assured that this is a matter of equal im portancs with that of keeping...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

ITr is waith extreme regret, thoE not withr much mFrprse, that we lE-ars r Ja of serioc d isa?ni amonst the memb.rs of the present minitr. 5Tha the scbemina paitiadans whose plans the libral alirce is calcated to confound, sloeld rtheir nt moste to destr that allian, was ntaS rEdly to be exccei But it mighr : have beten, hoped that the ereuience of te he who had alreadv accotplined so much, would hare made ths-n t d agains th e o dertminin eaorts of tir oppoents. The gamei that i: ein phared rofr again the tadiy ochth to be cler encungh to anm ozriary copeenp ion. oWhe a few sealiy literatsa who hare their own tumas to aktve,re indeshieV oengagetrd in sowing *cln ani d distaru sr goverwntm en, the ge i mreree, and the eral satJ trntr thatr waonld lfoiw aL oaliione between themelbres and Mr. Coper. In retehing mo ray this, wre claim no cedit for erciwidre ea ormation. We arre at the coneluson from such ordinar oinyrra til as is open to ned, It is eplain thatn hr this couore the ends ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 September 1860

BIRTH. AT Cooma, on the 28th? of August, the wife of Mr.   EDWARD SMITH of a son.   The Goulburn Herald.   WEDSESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

Advances on Produce. THE undersigocd are proparedi to make Mest Liberal Al)V ANCES on PRODUCE consigned to their friends, Messrs. J. H. Scott Durbin and Co., London. RAYMOND and CO., Treasury Buildings, George-street, 5803 Sydney. Investments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares. AY always be obtained or disposed of, ateurrent . prices, on application to LENNI)N & CAPE,. Stock and Share Brokers, 6651 Terry's Buildings, Pitt-strect, Sydsesy. Cheap Instruction in Science and Art. AT the HERALD BOOK MART nd STEAMI MACHINE PIIINIING OFFICE are now on Sale, Weale's Rudimentary Treatises, written by the most eminent professors of the various arts and sciences. The subjects treated of are Ihandled in a plain and intelligible manner, and a stperabundance of technical terms is avoided. They are thus peculiarly adapted for those who wish to commence thie study of tile various subjects treated Sof; tihey convoy as lull information as is possessed by ithe generality of well Informed per...

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