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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

NEW ZEALAND. We have intelligence from New Zealand to the 38r. instant from which we learn that another affrnay had occurred between tlhe natives and tile troops. Around New Ply mouth the Meaories had fired a ,umber of far as and dwellings, and on Monday the 20th. of August firom an early hour in the morning houses had been in flames at the Henui, and befobre noon some half dozen residences in the bush clearings, had been destroyed. A few persons on Mr. J. 'T. Shaw's f:arm, adjoining the town Belt, were attacked by a paorty of Southern rebels, who fired a volley into tihe house where they were. Their escape was a miracle. The natives followed them within 400 yards of the barracks, when a sentry on Marsland Hill fired across at them. These natives could be seen froi?n the town on the hills near Pattimore's and Standish's eonses. No. 4 company of the 65th, in command of Captain Barton and Lieutenant Bailie, pro ceeded oat against theme, and were followed by the Light Company under Lie...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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JOTTINGS FROM MY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

JOTTINGS FROM MY JOURNAL. r UaUon K1 ..WALKER. "GREAT Southern Road"! Genius of the old, renowned, road-making Romans bear witness witli me against this pompous misnomer I 'Ghost of the outraged Macadam! quit for a brief space the region of slhades, and add force to the expression of my indig nation agnainst this deopartnmental euphlemism. Science, in the ol0 country, has long superseded thy mnetalled highways, by the true metallic parallels, along which by night and day, from John O'Groat's to Land's End, and swift as the whirlwind, rush trains of cars whoso passengers are numbered by hundreds, andt whose loads of merchandise, are the ,full cargoes of flr-sailing ships. The rattle of the bright red mail, and the clatter of its nicely-tooled team, have given place to "tihe thickt fiast pant" of a fire breatlhing steed with joints of brass and sinews of iron; and the valleys that usdd to ring so cheerily to the merry horn of the scarlet coated guard, as tho night-coach dashed along t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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POETRY. A RECOLLECTION. AFTER F.W.P., OF GUNDAGAI. (See Goulburn Chronicle, 1st September.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

PORETRY. A RECOLLECTION. AFTER F. W. P., OF OUNDAGAT. (See Goulburn Chronicle, Ist Septenmber.) I awokel theo moonshine streaming Shining on unlucky me; A grunting told me I wansn't dreaming; Dreaming there was none to bhl I awoke! With a sapling green Out quickly did I glide Steal, all-hoping I wasn't seen, And near their sty'did hidel Lo, I lookl I see 'em sliloping, Most hid in their strawy neat; Hark! his snoring still is Ikeping Heard above the noisy rest. Seel his milky white back shining, Topping all the other crowd; It m hst he his " inside lining" Makes him snore so very loud! Seel like sandwiches they're folded, But thickly cut, not thin; IHis shape how roundly it is moulded, And the fat on each limbl Till in the sty I jumped in lightly, With my lips I breathed a hiss As on his back I caught him slightly: Such a moment that of bliss. All his senses in a single Mioment came again once more; Lots more cracks again did mingle Made him drop that horrid snorel D. D. D. Wagga Wa...

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IMPUDENT HORSE ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

IMPUDENT HOm SE ROnBERIESe - These sffences seem so much on 'the increase in this listrict that it has become necessary to warn ill parties against leaving their horses ttanding outside untended when they are en :aged anywhere upon btisiniess." Yesterday a mirn named Burns of Molongoly, twice at tempted to ridle off with a horse the property of Mr. Stephens, of the Shoalhaviren River, which was standing at the Doncaster 'Hotel, but was prevented. At the third attempt he got clear off with it, but was ,pprehended by the police. He was brought up yesterday before the sitting magistrate, Mr. I. W. Bennison, but was discharged in consequence of the absence of the prosecutor.-' Braidwood Observer. 'THE' LAssmNe FLAT Droosrios. - The news from these diggings since our last issue fully bear out the accounts of their richness which we previously received. The popula tion is steadily augmenting, and the departures are very few-a pretty sure sign that gold is being got there in satisfactory q...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

KIIANDIA. CFrom our own Correspondent.) SThe diggings in general look well, the weather having changed, and now, I am happy to say, is beautiful, with fine sunny days and firosty riig.hts, cheeringr the hearts of the diggeis. I'he late bad weather we have had has driven a good many away; but they are cominw in every day in hundreds. In the river the diggers seem to be doing well. There have booeen several new places struck; but, on accont of the bad weather prevailing oflate, they could not be thoroughly tested; but if the rain and snow keep of you will hear of something shortly that will stun the natives. Those who are digging at the Nine Mile and other places are doing well, taking into consideration the short time they can work, as the snow falls heavier there than here. The snow has disappeared off the diggings, except in small patches where it has drifted. Administration of justice on the diggings is becoming every day worse and worse. Dig gers, although they do not wear gold l...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

CO2II1ER0C1A L. 'HI nAE LD' Office, Friday ovening. ns past week is deserihed aso oneof cntlnuc inactivity and depressiona; the state of tile ronds puts cin almoh t total htot to wholesoli transoctions, while tile retclh teado0 dlepondeig, ia great measure, oe the coumctry ocstom, suclers emm thle same caue.. erodue c howos suicca dcelded tendency doaawnwres that holders seomodisposed rather to otore till better tiles, thcan sell at preenot pries. 3tstses. Dovies, Aleandoer aod Co. report tihe purehhse, yesterday, foa parcel of 14 oz. 4 dwtr oflgold fro.ItnuOanlao; a proof that, thcoughc little has heen said on tihe suehjot of theso diggings lately, the presence or tlie precious metal them is a fact beyond dispute. Mlessrs. Dlcooet aN Co. report:--SLoeo.--The market remalnnswithot alteetlo . We hoote sold 7 hcead of Iorses durnitihc wceek, at from £3 100. to £15. Tihe prospect of a little tine weather has eausedi a rather Lmproeed demand for dcaught horses; lut ee ccamot report facv...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

C00?ESP ONDENC?E. IWe amt deirou that our col houoll be roegarded a open to all parties, and we ere therefore willing to give insertion to alltemp.rotolly and intelliglhly written letters on auhJeeto in pollle Interest, eten though the oplolosn advanced tnmy ho dlamnetorilly opposite t our oon.]

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CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YASS. On Tuesday, October 9. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

CROWN LANDS SALES. .:- .Aa THE !?OL?ea OFrriCo, YASS. ':" On Tuesday, October 9. cOUNTrY LOTS. Lot 1, 42 acres-on the left bank of the Yass River, west of J. Jobbin's 40 acres 2 roods, about 12 miles south-easterly from Yass Lot 2, 198 acres; 3, 57 acres-on the left bank of the Yass Rivdr, opposite and near to Jobbias' 836 acres. Lot 4, 44 acres-on the right bank of the Yass River, adjoining tile east boundary of M. Carroll's 30 acres, about ten miles easterly from'Yass. Lot 5. 34 acres-on tile right bank of the Yass River, adjoining tih east boundary of O. Hilly's 30 acres 3 roods, about II miles easterly from Yoss. Lot 6, 30 cores 3 reods-near Yass River, adjoin leg the north boundary of T. Maloy's 40 acres, about 10 miles southerly from Yass. Lot 7, 30 acres 3 roods, at Slundoonen, near the Yass river, adjoining B. Lewis' 36 acres, and ad jacent to Davis's 32 acres. Lot 8, 38 acres; 9, 51 acres; 10, 31 acres; 11, 37 acres; 12, 40 acres; 13, 71 nores; 14, 55 acres; 15, 64 acres; 1...

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THIEVES! (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

THIEVES I (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) Sn,-·" Thcso men are thieves, with whom you should not associate," said the Austrian gaoler to Signor Piecoli, and perhaps that reverend individual, the odest inhabitant, could not call to mind any particular period when Goulburn was so much associated with thieves as at the present time. You may know them in our thoroughfares by their strange laces and lounging gait, or their loafing about public houses. In the case of poor Piccoli, he associated with thieves to do them good, but our thieves asso elate with us to do themselves good. They come from all points of the compass, and hIave selected Goulburn as their basis of operations, "hanging it on" till weather and time prove favourable for more exten. sire villauy at the Snowy. In the meantime, they are not too proud to turn their hands to anything. Our cattle are lifted within dog-barkle of our doors, and to lighten a heavy hour they occasionally lighten the pocket of some unsuspici...

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

Wanted, Y a young man, a situatioa as COOK or SWAITEIt. Apply to sihe 'Herald' office. Adelong. TT fED, at Adelong, an agent for this TyV.?/ .journal. Albury. TANTED, at Albury, an agent for this . journal. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT PRESSM AN. Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Herald' offiice. . Board and Lodging. ONE or TWO GENTLEMEN can he accomo S dated with superior Board and Lodging at the Temperance Restauraat, Auburn-street, Goul b ern3.' 630 Notice. TIHE stores of.the undersigned will bhe closed on J. MONI)AY and TUESDAY, the 17th and 18th instant, those days being of strict observance in the Jewish calendar. 6323 S. MOSES AND SONS. Notice. EIVERY ONE foned trespassing, or driving or I21 removing any of my cattle or horses off the Gibbsvale Estate, near Queonbeyan, will be prosecuted according to law: and all teams found camping on the estate will be charged two shillings and sixpence...

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THE RECENT HORSE-HANGING. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

TILE RECENT IHORSE-IIANGING. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) Sen,--I former days, we certainly heard of fear fully bnrbarous deeds, but of feow I think to comopare with the late cold-blooded piece of cruelty. The perpetrators of that act would shine greatly as haug men, and should unfortutnately another execution take place in Goulburn, application might be made to them. Ilorse-hunging appears to be floe sport, but I should funcy it would be child's play compared witlt tanging humat n beiogs, i'or such ao opportu nity of grati?ying their taotes, they would doubtless give a premium for the oflice. Thie poor wretches would be as defenceless as tile horses, so thelse Iheoroes would hIave nothling to fear; a saving to the community would be effected, and further benelit wotlt in all probability arise. Like other savages, whether man or beast, havitng otce tasted blood, they would thirst for more, and conseqluntly have to travel for it; thus the district would be relieved of snlu...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

(GOUIIURIN PRICES CURRENT. Wheatt, nls. to 12s. gd. t bushe. Flor1, fie, £35 0 ton ; senods, £3. Rread, d. to rd. oran, 2s. d. bushtel o : 31tla OC.'Cdtot7.tobbuohol; wanted. Roor. 1,. Cd. to CO. t tushol; wonted. ..: Oat0, ts. od. to 7o.t'o bouetol; scnrce oo-o. ( Hoy, £6 to £0 t ton. otlee'r, freh,ls. to l. 3d. tob.; eotO, 10d; plentlful Che oc, none offering. £1cos, 7d. to t'. lggs, l. todozee. "Potdtocl, £5 lOs..to £6 tO . ton. Onotns, 12 to lls. t owt. Pet Lattle, £1 tOs. to £7 7o. t heod, ncooedlngtowethbt. Coleos, £1 li. to £1 Is. t head. • 8/,eep, 10s. to 10s. to heod. Piga, dd. to 4L/d. t lt. Tallot,, £40 to £50 to ton, for good namples. ICrds, do. to tS. tcoh. Bhteoypidne, ld. to ld, To tb. KtteoDRA P01600 CenwoT.--tLte oloonlg ne the priceo rttitl:--toeo Cour 10d. per lb., £0 5t. to £8 t0s. tho bog; seconds, from £7 li. per bagt otts, lil. Cd. to 80t per bushel; motao, 2s. Od. to 30s. ditto oftO Ilh.; bme, tos. ditto of '0 ltls; hty, £90 per ton. very scarce; cheese. Is C...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

. ... .. ... . . . .. .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . . . . . ? _ _. GOUN?R'IY NEIVS. QUEAN3IeYAN. (Prom our own Correspondent.) MISTAKEN IDENTITY.,-SoIme time ago a OUtorions character named Nowlan, alias Bricky, effected his escape from chief-constable Neate, between Coomas and Micalago, whilst on escort to Goulburn gaol. Two or three weeks since a man named Thomas Quail was apprehended at Hay (Lang's Crossing place), on suspicion of being the celebrated Bricky; and was marched from there under escort to Quean beyan, where he arrived last week on his way to Cooma. Fortunately for thle poar fellow, the appre. hending constable (Sergeant Msusgrove) who took B3ricky and knew him well, was passing through here on MIonday, 3rd instant, on his way to Sydney. adl at the request of the chiefeconstuble he visited the prisoner, and at once pronounced him not to be the mao, also stating, that the supposed culprit is three or four inches taller than Nowlan. Constable Egan of the Cootha police, was ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

CALR??flAR. Daypothe r. o Sunrl.Run Man SATURnAY .......s.pt. 15 6 4 640 N. SUNDAY ....... . ..... , I 8 65 47 1 MONDAY ..... .. 17 0 1 .6 47 2 TUESDAY.............. . , 1 0 6 40 SATURDAY, SEPTEMIBER 15, 18G0.

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

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda.,.Water Lemonade and ..Cordial lIYanufacturers, OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER- STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, DEGS to inform his friends, and the public gener ally, that he has taken the MVULWARRERI ZTN, adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy River Diggings, as well as to Brtadwood,-Bungendore, Queaueyan, Ountaroo, Cooma, &c., &c. The house Is' replete with. every convenienco, and the greatest care and attention will be paid to the requirements of travellers. T'here is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where people can grazoe their stock Free of Charge. THE WINES AND SPIRITS,. for qnuality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the bed-rooms as comfortableo as cah be wished, and l THE STABLING will he uhder the care of an attentive groom, and sunpeirintended by the advertiser himself - Charge for Stabling: Corn and hay i...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

SYDiEY. -4- [FROMo OUR OWN CORnESPONDENT.) Tuesday afternoon. I iHEARD from a friend who was at Cathpbelltwn on Monday, that the roads are in a fearful condition of hog and rut. Ho saw the Goulburn mail start, and describes its progress as like that of a ship in a heavy sea-way; so as it is now raining pretty heavily again, and has been since yesterday, with shortintervals, it is doubtful whether you will receive the daily jour nals or not in due course. Let us presume and hope that you will. They contain this morning the heads of the intelligence from Europe by the stea?ner Behar, which arrived in HIobson's Bay yesterday. about the same time that the Adelaide brooch steamer from KIing George's Sound reached Ade laide with the mails. Thie news is still ominous of war. An onslaught of the Turks on the Christians at Pecholee. though deplored by ithe Sultan, will afford an excuse tor French and Russian interference; for as to the idea, put forth in the telegrams, of Russia being exhaus...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

"Youn'RMajesty has at length succeeded in making us a military nation," is the reported answer of Lord Elgin to Louis Napoleon's inquiry as to how they were getting on in England. The answer was a fitting one, from a Bruce to a Buonaparte. But true though it bo to the present aspect of Britailn, the rejoinder is false in flact. With the msenories of his heroic ancestor, the warlike deeds of Englandl's medievel chivalry aIt Agincourt and Cressy, the coronation of the king of England as the monarch ofconquered France, the victories of Blenheim and Ramillies, down to the brilliant successes of - British soldiers over those of Plrance, foiling in succession the marshals of a master in the art of war, and culminating in the irretlrievable overthrow of that master himself on the plain of Waterloo,~-how witli all these memories of Engluand's military glorica., and hijijsulf but recently the rul.r of a province, wrested by British valour firom the leolple whose sovereign hlie flattered by t...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 September 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE REPORTS. --- Wednesday, before the police magistrate and the mayor, James Bales, on a charge of cattle-stealing, was remanded till the fol lowing day--Rlichardson v. Thompson-the defen dant in this case charged with making use of threatening language was bound over to keep the peace, himself ill £40, and two sureties of £20 each. -Thursday, before the police-magistrate, James tiles was charged with having stolen nine head of cattle, the property of Eliza Emily Ford. Edward Morriss, being sworn, deposed: I am a constable in the Goulburn police force. On thle 6th instant, I went to prisoner's house, at Hovcll's Creekl; before goinsg to the house having a searchl warrant, I went some way beyond the house, and found some nine head of castle grazing on the creekl, about half a mile from the prisoner's hIouse; the cattle were hobbled, and one steer had a bell on; Alfredtl Ford who was with me, claimed these cattle as hIis mother's pro pety; I then in company w...

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GARIBALDI'S UNIFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

GARIBALDI'S UNIFORMc.-The special correspondent of the ' Morning Post' who is staying at present atGaribaldi's head-quarters in Sicily, fhrnishes a very minute description of the personal appearance, dress, &c., of the fimonaschief :-" Garibaldi does not give me rhe impression of bhing more than from 35 to 38, though I know that his real age is 52. Of all the pictures I have seen' of "him, that on the cover of the little slidling life published in London is the best. The figure at Madame Tussaud's would be perfect did it not convey the idea of too small a forehead. But he no longer wears his hair as he used to do, in the long locks ' a la Nazarene,' but very short. There is no change in the beard. He wears light grey pantaloons, with a red cotton shirt, fistened by five small mother-of-pearl buttons, and a silk handkerchief with different colours on a violet ground, lightly tied by two knots on his left shoulder, the other two enlds hanging loosely over his right. At the mom...

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THE VOYAGE OF THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

TIIE VOYAGE OF TIIE GREAT EASTERN. (From the. Hlome News) IN our last we stated that the Great Eastern had sailed for America on the morn ing of the 19th June. Her voyage from Southampton to New York, although not very rapid-it was accomplished in ten and a half days--was yet quick enough, considering all the circumstances to show that she possesses the power of making the most rapid passages that have yet been effected. As it had been determined that in the first voyage nothing like driving should be attempted, the real speed of the ship was not developed, and everything was kiept subordinate to her making her first trip well and easily, and without break-down or hitch of any kind. 'This latter result, at least, was attained, and it appears that there has seldom, if ever, been a passage made across the Atlantic more com fortably or more free friom disturbing or exciting causes of any kind. The weather, though on the whole tolerably fine, was yet occasionally so rough as to present ...

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