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THURSDAY—SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

T??nSD.tYr-SEPc-ctst 27i. After a variety of unimportant business, the house ln the motion of aMr. ROBERTsos,, proceeded to Government House and presented the reply to his .Exce'lency's speech. On its re-assembling. Mr. DENIEnr in answer to the Speaker, said that there was a motion standing on his name referring to the invalidity of the proceedings at the recent Tumst election. He was not able, therefore, to make any choice between the electorates, holding as he did that he was only sitting there as member for East Maccqarie. THE LAND BILLS. 3r. ROBERTson then moved for leave to bring in aBill for the alienation of Crown Lands, entering into an explanation of its provisions and those of the bill" that he intended immediately to submit to the House for regulating the occupation of Crown Lands, pre mising that they were substantially the same bills introduced by him last year. By them land might be acnuired with competition and without conditions, or without competition and whh condit...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

COUNLTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Corrqepondest.) BREAD.-A new bakery has been opened by Mr. W. BCatty, with a reduction of 2d. in the price ofthe 41b. loaf, a very considerable item in a family's ex penditure at the cud of three month's consumption. STnElT SPoors.-On last Wednesday, a foot-race took place between Mr. James Kiisela, and Mr. Mo Alister, in Maneroo-street, for .l a-side, the distance being 100 yards. The starting point was op posite Mr. Beaty's butchery, and the goal, Mr. WVoodman's Odd-fellow's Arms. The race was most evenly contested," Mr. Kinsela winning by half a stride. Ilis opponent objected on the ground that he did not breast the hbandkprebief, . Thts.borre?tr, was impossible, as one of the gentlemen who hild the bankerchief had previously let it go through nervousness. However, to decide the point satisfac torily, Mr. Kinsela gave another clhllenge for the fullowing day, which came off' on the same ground, same distance, with two yards odds. As may bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

. GRATIS. A very handsome thoroughbred horse, got by the imported stallion "Gratis" (sod of Bny Middleton), out.of imported mare Reubons, by Young Wanderer, Young Wanderer (bred by Lord Egremont), out of Ogress, by Octavius; hor dam Thalestris, by Alexander. Alexander, out of Rival, by Sir Peter, &c.-Vido Stud Book, vol. 3, page 280. Ts?nas:--Ono mare, £4 4s.; two or more, £3 3s. LORD PAL1MERSTON, An imported coaching stallion, is.a rich 1bay, with black points; foaled, 1852; got by Barnaby, dam by Napoleon Lo Grand; grand-dam by Harry Dawsnn, great-grand-dam by Young Shuttle, great-great grand-dam by old Emperor, &c., &c.--Vido Stud Book. Barnaby by Cleveland, dam by old Barnaby, &ce., &c. TEnms :--£4. The above-mentioned stallions will stand at Dun troon, near Queaubeyan. A largo secure paddock, with abundance of grass and water. 6410 TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Rhyanna, THE SPLENDID ENTIRE HORSE, YOUNG CLYDE, (BRED BY M?? WeILLIAM SIsONB.) O? ...

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FRIDAY—SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

FuIDAY-SEprEMOEH 28. The Assembly met at twenty minutes past 3 o'clock. STATE AID. In answer to Mr. Black's question, whether in the clause of the governor's speech referring to cther bills having for their object legal and social improve ment, any allusion was intended to a measure on the subject of state-aid to religion, Mr. Roubertson said, " when the business of the session was further advanced, in respect to the bills specifically men tioned in the governor's speech, the government would be prepared to say what other business they would take up." (Laughter.) FEDERATION. A select committee on Australian federation moved for by Dr. Lang and seconded by Mr. John Camp* bell, was appointed, including the names of Messrs. Wiudeyer, Hay, Parkes, Arnold, Black, Robertson, J. Campbell, Darvall, Morris, and the mover. JERVIS BAY LIGHOT-HOUSE. Mr. GRar's motion, seconded by Mr. Witsox, for a return of all correspondence and other docu ments connected with the erection of the light.house n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

S WESLEY VALE, wM. W. nROWN is appointed agent for this journal at Wesley Vale, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job-printing. GUN'DAGAI. ,TR. C. SMITH has been appointed agent for 111 this journal at Gandaga.i and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job-printing. WAGGA WAGGA. M R W. WHIITEIIAND has been appointed agent for this journal at Wagga Wagga, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertise ments, and orders for job-printing. INVERALOCIIY. " R'iTI. F. CART has been appointed agent for L this journal at Inveralochy, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job.printing. TOWN ACCOUNTS. ?IIHE town accounts of the' Goalbarn Herald,' will 1 be presented in the course of the week, and early payment is respectfully requested.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

:SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and S.Cordial Manufacturers . OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VVERNER-STREET, GOULBURN.' "5494 GEORGE DAYVS," Late of. the .Bark Huts In,," LIVERPOOL iOAD,' ' EGS to inform his friends, and the public goenr Sally, that ie has taken the . : IUM.WA a.LEE; zNI,' adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy River Diggings,' as well asto Braidwood, Bungendoro, Queanbeyan, Gundaroo, Cooma, &c., &c. The housoeis replete with every convenience, and the greatest. care and attention will be paid to the requirements of travellers. There is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, : where people can graze their stock Free of Charge. "THE WINES AND SPIRITZS, for quality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony;, the Tebl-roons as comfortable as can"be wished, and THE STABLING will be, under the care of an attentive groom, and superintended by the advertiser himself, Charge for Stabling : Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

MARRIED, On the 27th September, at St. Peter and St. Paul'r, Goulburn, by the Rer. D. J. D'Arcy, GEORGE, eldest son of MSr. GEoaoRGe c COu LL. Bee Hire Inn, to KATe, youngest daughter of Mr. JEnuREL HErNDRICKS, of Sydney. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1860.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

CA LEXDAZ. D tof the. We.k. DyL nf WEDNESOA Y.........Ot 3 5b 5 55 1I THURSDAY ............ 0 1 FRIDAY .. . . .. 5 635 " 0 20

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THE HORSEMAN WHO FACED THE STORM. AN OWER TRUE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

THE HORSEMAN WHO FACED THE STORM. AN OWER TRUE TALE. BY HARRY DASHBOARD. He left his home and he rode away Towards Goulburn's well known plain. He purposed making no lengthened stay; But, woe to relate! from that hapless day He never saw home again. Australia's winter month, bleak July, Its chilling sway had resumed, And snow-clouds, quitting their course on high, Sailed sullenly down to the nether sky, Where low'ring and dense they loomed.   The horseman reached the appointed place And made but a short abode, For, heedful, he felt that the day's brief space Would yield him but little of light to retrace His rugged and lonely road. Remounted, he shook his bridle rein And, urging for home his steed, Soon far in his rear left town and plain, Nor slackened his pace, but prest forward amain, The distance demanding speed. And now the fierce sleet through the forest hied On the wings of the wintry blast, The snow rushed on like a feathery tide, And cold and drear was the hors...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860

POETRY. [NOTE.--The following lines, which originally appeared in the 'Register,' owe their origin to an afflicting and widely deplored catastrophe, which must still be familiar to the recol-   lection of the inhabitants of Goulburn, who can date their residence as far as sixteen or seventeen years back. The un- fortunate gentleman who fell a victim to his anxiety to reach home, during a storm of unparalleled severity and violence, was held in warm estimation by his fellow-colonists generally,   not only for his sociability and friendliness of disposition, but also for the hospitable reception his dwelling afforded to travellers and wayfarers of every degree who ventured on a journey south, in past years, when "homes of rest" for the living were "few and far between."--H.D.]  

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

.l lSC ?LLA NEO.US. PonTY NEEDLES IN A TWOMAN'S BODY. At Wednesbary, a young woman, named Mary Ann Rogers, a domestic servant at Mr. Andrew Dawes's, chemist, expired, having been somewhat unwell. An inquest resulted in a verdict of died from natural causes; but it transpired that during the past month or six weeks a great numnber of needles had been taken from deceased's side by MIr. Hawitt and Mr. Dawes. How the needles got into her ystemn did not appear, as the woman, when questioned, refised to tell. Upwards of forty have been extracted from her body, and this has caused considerable gossip in the towvn, and a great deal of speculationas to the cause of deceased's strange conduct. NEAPOLITAN ATROcITImS IN SICILY. The Roev. G. W. Bridges, incumbent of Blanchly, Gloucestersljire, confirms, from personal observation, some statements which have already appeared respecting the atroci ties committed by the police of Palermo in 1848, when the sicilians made their last un successfill att...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

COLONIAL EXTRA Cf. Trt FUGITIVE VALENTINE.--MIr. Valen tine, who is charged with having committed forgeries to a large amount in Tasmania, ndl who has been arrested in tho interior, will ar rive in town by escort to-day, and will be bro?ht hefobre the police court to-morrow morning, for the purpose of being identified, and remanded to the island colony.-' Mel bourne Herald,' 27tth ultimo. The ' Ballarat Star' mentions a rather curious specimen of "bird architecture at the residence of iMr. Turner, Ilmusic master, lyons street south. A pot maglpie took it into his head to build a nest in thile seat of an arm challnir in the drawing room, and forthwith car ried out its eccentric fancy, and constructed his not very lofty eyrie between tihe back of the chair anti the seat cushion--tile materials of the nest being composed of twigs of creep ers, bits of stick, leaves, Ilhair, anti for a warm lining, flannel purloined from his owaner's bed ding. A bit or two of wire has also been Spressed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

Finch's Nutritive Cream. A PREPARATION unsurpassed for its valuable Spowers of PROMIOTING TIlE GREWTH OF, RESTORING, AND IMPROVING THEI HAIR, anil imparting that soft,.silky lustre, so true a criterion of its healthy state. The advantage of its use to Tie YoUno cannot be too strongly impressed on all who have the charge of them; for it is by early attention to the human hair that it will retain its LUXunOaNCe during the longest life. Tils uniqlue preparation affords a decided Restora tive to those who, from tolyer or other causes, have lost theii~ hair. '' In bottles, 2s. 6d. and 4s. Gd. each. The Dandriff Lotton. The great pre'alencasof Dandri1 in the Hair has called forth a variety of Lotions, mort or less success ful in removing this very unpleasant and distressing disease of the scalp. This Wash is prepared from a recipe extensively used and prescribed by the eminent Physician DOC TORt LOt)UCK. and is one of thie most ellicient as well as safest preparations for that purpose. .I...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

P?R ELECTIUOI TELEGOA IH.) WEVEDNEsDAY-OcTonEL 3. In the Legislative Council Mr. C)wERn gavo notice of motion to introduce the Upper House Bill next Wednesday. In the Assembly the bill for the repeal of the duty or gold passed through all its otages.

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

?naLaa Omne, Friday evening. Bu$ssnsS is rsported as still improving, and thae coatlsaans of hIse ftne waothesr, wohoas pialtal adsvcat hbo alhoady told on ths asrktsa must confira thseir preent fasvorable o aoset. Tho ,,ags from Kaltndsr soatlano to Ih afa highlly enouraghng clharaotor, and the fnld of tho 20.lb. nuggot, which bhas been caonframed by private oomomuncatton from the diggings, will, orsomors, tend to lbe tncreuse o lthe populotion there lrom all otber parts. I'hsrs are no ohangos in prieea meriting sprcatl nottoo. Mdessrs. DOlutNas nsn Co. roport:-dtook.-'-'This day se sold 20 hood of cattle, allyounag, sith thle exceplion of t soos, to tr. . Leonard *at £9 pse head. U)rlgls the week l o haso so1l 5 head oathtorass, at ho,,, £- os. to £9 15s. In this market Itooso la no improvenaat, timo only demsand botng for a lew heod oa stauach draught horses, wsiath are thse only dossrip. lion tlhat w ilt soollos r nythlig liket ftir wdlue. Irasys, at £12 and £21. Land.--This mar...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 4 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

THUUSDAT-OcTornn 4 Mr. RonntasoN in the Assembly, in a speech of tLhreoc hours' duration moved the second reading of the land bill. Parkes, Murtlin, Oxley, and. some others tried to procure an edjournment, but. failed, The time was occupied chinley with these motions evidently, intended to delay legislation till Hay's rotur". l)eniehy was at last forced to speak to tilhe bill, and was replied to by Gray. The debato fitally was adjourned till the day following.

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COUNTRY NEWS. MULGOWRIE CREEK—FISH RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

* oOUNTRY NBWS. MULGOWRIE CREEK-FISH RIVER. Fero, a Correspyondent.) . While people in many parts of the colony com plain of having too much rain, the settlers on various partsofthis river have had scarcely any the past winter; however, this morning a thunderstorm--four to five hours' duration-accompanied with a heavy gale, passed over this district, which for violence I have seldom witnessed. The Miulgowrie Creek (a tributary of the Fish River) that you could walk over lately without soiling your boots, contains more water now than the Fish River did on Sunday. Agreat many acres of the rich alluvial deposits on the banks of the river have been planted with wheat, barley, oats, &c., and bid well to be good average crops, Horse and cattle stealing is on the increase-not in the small way, but wholesale; for instance, one party lost twenty head of horses, and another seven, in one night. Some of the settlers ride through their runs, not, as formerly, with their stock-whips, but...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

LOCAL AND) PROVCNCIAL. rOLtoE.-On Wednesday, before the policemagis trate and W. H. Hovell, Esq.; J.P., the court was entirely occupied with summons cases. There were five on the list; in three of them, viz., Pendlebury v. Grey, for absconding from hired service; Mc Carthy v. Mce Donald, for assault; and Jahr v. IRossi, for non-payment of wagcs-there were no appearances. -In the case of Hines v. Clewitt, for non-payment of wages, there was no appearame for the defendant. The bench heard the case ex parte, and gave judg ment against the defendant, who was ordered to pay £1 14s. and costs.-In the case of irelker v. O'Brien, the defendant was bound over to Ieep the peace for twelve months, himself in thie sum of £2), and two sureties in £11 each.-On Thursdlay there was nothing before the court; and yesterlday only a singlc case of drunkenness. MU.ICII'AL COUNCIr. -The council met on Thurs day; present-Aldermen Walsh, Collins, Fletchelr, Silely, anrid WVoodward. The town-clerkl having i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

Wanted, BY the undersigned, a BLAOKSMITH ; one who thoroughly understannds farming work and horse-shoeiug. Noue but sober men need apply. WM.. BIIOW.N, 6413 Wesley Vale;:near iunuing. Apprentices. T ANTEDI) two intelligent boys as Apprentices to S the BOOT MAKING IJUSINESS. Apply at PURbEHOUSE'S BLUE BOOT, Auburn-astreet, Golburn. 6451 Wanted to Purchase (for Cash), F_.ROM one to five hundred head of DAIRY CAT ' TLE, average age from one tofour years old. CALVERII & DESUIE'T. 6446 Poottoflie, Yass. £700. S'TANTED TO BOIRROIV, the above sum, on V good seourity. Apply to J. T. GANNON, 6485 Solicitor. Monthly Nurse. M RS. MILLERI , Monthly Nurse, at Mr. Evans .L Taylor's, Mlontague-street, Goulburn. ?J@ The highest referencs given. 6491 Assembly. A QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY will be held at Mr. GILLARD'S, Chequers Inn, every Monday evening. Mrs. Wilkinson will preside at the pianoforte. Goalburu, October 5th, 180e. 6486 Cottage for Sale, T IITH a fronage of o30 feet on COWPER S'I'REET ...

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"D.D.D." To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

",). D. D." To the Editor of Ithe Herald. M1Y DEAR Sn,--That "there is a pleasure in madness which none but madmen know," I believe and admit, and I also freely confess that I was somc what amused by observing in your excellent journal of the 15th of September a scrap of poetry entitled " A Recollection, after F. W. P., of Gundagai," and signed "D. D. D.," concerning which signature I can arrive at no other conclusion than that it means "trebly d-d," which the writer most assuredly now is (in a literary sense) for having had tlhe temerity to travestic my additions to poeticoliterature. It is notorious that, in this particular, I have con tributed very largely through the appreciating columns of your respected contemporary the ' Goul burn Chronicle'; and I thinkl I may venture to say, without vanity, that my verses are much admired. But yet, however, much I can afford to pass by invidious imitators unnoticed, still the public have a right to expect some little explanation en my part....

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