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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

GOOLIIUN PIIICEB CURIENT. Vlwart, 10e. to lIs. Od. buhuoeL louj r, £in -l0 ton; scond, £33. Jeread, 7d.to Id. lroa, lo.teL 0b1bshel Mdalo s. t1 to 78. 3 bushel; wanted. Uoreu, bo.d. to os. bushel; walnted. Oals, Ole. td. to 70. 0 buohel o/, £C to £0o ton. ,Uuor,?l eoh, lo. to ls. 1. 0 Lb0.; enl, at 10iL ; plentilei Clha.e, none offerin.• 13acon, 7 1 . 01' . l--010, 10. %O dozen. Polatoes, £0 Os. to £0 lOs ton. -e Onto, L2e to 1 e l owt. e Pat Ceeatle, £3 10S. to £.7 7s. 1bhad, acoodlng to weght. Coaloe., £1 to to £1 its. 01 head. .SOEp lOs. to 10s. 00. head. Plos, 11d. to 44el. 01 0b. Taltto, ., 11 to £00 0 ton, for gootl snmples. . " Hides, d8. to le. e00ch1. Oherpsleites, to told. 01 b. Blnonoe ot'ros CoUnes.-Wo--Veheat,, los. perabuhlet; fine ltour, eeo. per ele Ibs.; ,eeeonde, toe.; breed, Pcd, per ".-lb. loaf; bren nearce; melzo, lote; oats, ts. Od to el. per buashel; bay= beet quaelty, £0 per ton; fresh buttor, ls per lb.; oelte, lh.; c0ee1e, 10d.; beeon, 7d. to 01d.; eges, Is...

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

To thre Editor of the Herald. Mr. EDrITo--Seeing in your publication of the 26th ulntimo, a notice of a case in the police court of Queaubeyan, in which it is stated that Allan MoLoughlin was fined £3 5s. for assaulting Mr. Line, lately appointed overseer to George Campbell, Esq., and that the said assault arose out of a dispute connected with disobedience of orders. Now sir, I beg to inform you that this isa complete mis-statement. The dispute did not arise from disobedience of orders, but the assault was provoled by Mr. Line interfering with me in my department. I could not disobey Mr. Line as he has no authority whatever over me. I have entire charge of the stock on D)utroon station, and Mr. Line having charge of the farm servants, store, &e. As your report reflects in some degree on my character-a character which I have sustained for years in this locality, till now uncensured-I trust you will give the above publicity. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, ALLAN MeLABTUCHLIN...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

Mr. RonnETSON ins successfully vindicated himself from any imputations of inconsistency, by the re-publication of the evidence given lby him before a committee of the Legislative Council, in the yearl855. On comparing the views and opinions then oxpressed with tile legislation embodied in the Land Bills now before Parliament, we fully recognise the desire to carry out long cherished principles by practice. We take an instance in point, from the examination of Mr. Robertson by Mr. Parkes, and the tlen Attorney-General, nearly five years ago: Do you think the present squatting system imposes serious dificulties to tie settlement of the country, having regard more particularly to small farmers? -I do. I have pointed out in the paper I have sub mitted, somewhat elaborately, the curious ways in which the squatting system has, in my opinion, checked agriculture. By the Attorney-General: What remedy would you apply under tlie existing state of the law? The remedy I would apply, in the exis...

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

SKINNER & NOWLAN, 'Soda Water Lei?on ade and Cordial Manaifaotuirers,, .PPOSIT'rE TIE CATHOLIC - OHAPEL J VESRNER-S'rREET, GOULBURN. 5494 .. GEORGE DAVIS, tsate of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, .DEGS to inform his frie!lds, and the pnblic gener Sally, that he has taked the 1W -MULWAREEE N'n, <1 , ,adoining''horn's Crossing-place, contiguous'to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Sndowy .River Diggings, as well as to Braidwood, liungendoreo, Qucanbeyan, Gundaroo, Coonma, &c., &c. The house'is replete with every convenience, hand 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 W VINES AND SPIRITS, for quality, wdill be found unsurpassed in the colony the bed-roonms as comfortable as can be wished, and .. ..' THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and superintended by the advertiser himself...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

PARLIA MENTAR Y. Tl esDAY--OcrtOne 2. The Assembly met at twenty.minutes past 3 o'clock. NEW COMMI3SSION OF TIIE PEACE. MIr. ounsseTson in reply to Mr. WILD, said that tile government intended to carry out the resolution affirmed by the house in favor of a new commission of the pence, but he was unable at present to say whether they woueld be able to issue the new cosm mission during this session of Parliament. UNDER BECRtETARY FOR WORKtS. Mr. Lvcds ashed ithe following questions of which he had given notice:--" I. Whether the coures pursuted by tie under secretary, upon a chlarge being male to hlim by Mcartin Lavello against Corporal Francis, for embezzling some £200 (being a portion of to money voted by this hlouse for public works), had the minister's concurrence; or did he hand the matter over to the military nuthlorities upon his own responsibility? 2. If the letters whliclh appeared in the' Empire,' dated O1th ultimo, referring to the above transactions are substanctially corr...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 October 1860

SYDNEY. tFROnM OUR OWN CORRtBPONI)ENT.) Tuesday afternoon. LAsi night there was a crowded meeting in the Temperance Halail, Pitt-street, with the object of nympathising with the settlers of Tao~.naki. The Governor-General took the chair, and the Bishop of Sydney, the mayor. and several members of the legislature were present. Dr. Neild, who has lately returned from Toranaki, addressed the meeting at counsiderable length, and was followed by the Bishop of Sydney and Mr. Darvall, who both spoke well of course, the latter not altogether exculpating the New Zealand government from blame in its dealings withl the Maories. The following resolutions were carried:--"The colonists of Nosw South WVales, in public moeeting assembled, have learned that great distress at present exists among their neighbohuring colonists in the Taranakli settlement, in New Zea land, arising from a collision with tile natives in that district. Under these circumnstances, the Tara nakli settlers call for the sympa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

Sugar. fIHEMIRTS, Confectioners, Cordial Manufacturers, Pastrycooks, and families, can be supplied wi!h REFINED POUNDED SUGAR of tho finest quality, In any quantity, at JOIINSON'S, " Sugar l'ounding Steam Works," 128, Pitt-street North, Sydney. 0441 TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Diamond Creek, near Gurrunda, THE HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLION, YOUNG PRINCE. YTOUNG PBINCE is a dark .L brown horse, six years old, stands 161 hands high, is perfectly > docilo and stanch in harness. Ills stock are well known in the neighbourlhood. T?naus :-£2 5s. for singlo maro s £2 eachls for two or more, the property of one owner; if five or mere, one mare given in. Good secure paddocks provided, but no responsi bility will be incurred. ' All mares to be removed on or, before the slot of January next. S GEORGE WITHERS, 6468 Proprietor. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Eling Forest and Browley, THII COACHING STALLION YOUNG GOHANNA. llTHIS horse is a bright bay, four L years ohl, stands 16 hands high, of great museular p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

Wanted, A HOUSEMAID. who fully understands her duties. References indispensible. Apply at MANDELSON'S Hotel. 6507 Wanted, A GIRL, about 15 or o16, as GENERAL SSERVANT, Inquire at the H,Ierald', office. 6503 Wanted TO purchase 50 TONS of WATTLE BARK. Apply to W. TEECE, Red Boot, Auburn streeoot, Goulburn. 6502 Stolen or Strayed, ROM near BOWNING, on Saturday, 22nd . September, One BAY DRAUGHT IIORSEl, black points, small star, RH near shoulder, CO near. side neck, JN off shoulder, sixteen hands high. Five Pounds reward, if strayed, will be paid on delivery to Mr. JOHN A. IDALLAS, Brawlao, near Gundagal or, if stoleu, Twenoty Pounds on con viction of the thief and recovery of the horse. 6401 JAMES NYE. 'ivo Pounds Roward; btTRAYED or STOLEN, from S]Tlealago, A BAY HORSE, white hind fetlock, and part of one fore foot white, star on forehead, small whit, mark on nose, switch tail, rather well bred good head and neck, brand NP' conjoined. Anyone delivering this horse at llteningo will re...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

SCO MMEiR CIAL. Linless otherwise expressed, tin prices quoted In this article are those In transaetions between the producer and the first pur. caseer; notte between one dealer and another, much less the retail pricesli nArnwoon nPoers ConntnT.-Fine flour; per ton, £941' rotion ditto, ot quoted; whetl, per bushel, tie,; bran, O2s. Od.; maite, 1Os. ttd. to 12s. tray, £11 to £LI per toot potatoet, per cart. Is. ; fresl hotter, per lb., is fid.t salt butter per lb., ed. to; here,7d to 7td.; bacons,7d. to 8d. QtAboneYes t'rner.s CtnsenT.r-Wheaot, per bushel, 12t. to lI. Ot. d; flour, one, per ton, £46 ; seconds, £4; bread, td, to 10d. ; bron, pere bushe, 1s. 0o . to Ite. i.; m ate, s., scarce ; barley, soet; oats, per busrotel, 8. Cd.; hay, per tosn, 8o butter, per l. is. ad.; cheese, Cd. to tld.; bacon. Od.; eggs, per dozen, Is. Od. to i. ed.; potutoes rte, 7 £8 ; fat catte, per head, 5 t0e. to £7 10s. ; slicep, le,. to 20s.; pigs per lb., Od. ; tidgs, eeci, to. too 7 g. I rshires, pe...

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SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

SIIEARIoNG.-NOW that the shearing season has commenced, it may not be undesirable to condense some hints on this opeiation, from one of the circulars of the wool buying firm of Meilbourne, Messrs. Clough and Co. The article advises early shearing, stating that those growers who have adopted that system, and been fortunate enough to succeed in having their clips ready for shipment for the London sales in February, have realised the highest prices, as their clips come into competition only with the remnants of the previous year's shipments, which being late shorn wools, are deteriorated by seeds and burrs. Where suflicient *water can be ohb tained, spont washing is advised, as by that means the wool is cleaned from all dirt and rendered perfectly white, which is a most important element in estimating its value, as dingy and hadl coloured wools will not take the fine and light colored dyes required to produce the articles so extensively in demand. But if spout washing cannot be offecte...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

PARLIAMENTARY. WVENusDAY-OoTonun 3. In the Logislativo Counoil the bushiesso was of little importance. The Assembly mot at the us?al hour : . 1'ITT*-TRliT TRAMWAY. In answer to Mr. LYONS, the SECRETARY FOR PUuLIO Woans said the government Intended to bring in a bill to authoriso a tramway in P'itt-stroet. STATE-AID. , Mr. BLAcec asked the Secretary for Lands "Whether the Secretary and his colleagues would, no a Ministry, support any bill that might be intro duced this enssion, be any private member of the Assembly, for the abolitiont of Statomaid to religion, similar in its provisions, to the measure laid before the Parliament last session by the honorable member for Qucanbeyanu while at the head of the govern ment?"' Mr. 11ionentsoN: Certainly not. tnlIlDOti OVER TIHU LACIHLAN. Mfr. WATT presented a petition from 859 residents of the Lnchlan and adjoining districts, praying the support of the House to any vote that might be placed on the estimates for the erection of abridge at Cow...

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WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

WIIEEO. (From a Correspondent.) Tou Warun.n-This winter has boon the most mild hint we have had for several years. 'T'hero has boon plenty of grass for cattle, and we have not had any snow; consequently the qtoekl are in better con dition than usual at this time of the year. On the night of Sunday last we were visited with a very heavy thunder-storm; the flashes of lightning worn terrillei and the thunder caused the glasses to ring on the sideboards, and even the ihousos to tromble perceptibly, the rain coming down in torrents at the soon time. On Monday morning thocreoks anild rivers were Ilooded considerably higher than at any other time during the winter. Thereo is now a conniderablo spri in the grass, and the young crops are looking healthy; n few weeks of warm weather would be highly benefil to them nt present. ulloAu.--I have not hoaord of any of themonoy voted by the government for the repair of this road having been expended; why such delay should takeo iice, it is diflicult...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 4 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

TtUnsDAY--TOontoIn 4 The Assembly met at twenty.throo minutes past throo o'clock., 'TluIs LANP BILL. Mr. Montrs gave notice of motion. to provide in the land bill for dividing the pubilic lands for alilona lion into three classes: lst, ogrioullural; 2nd, mixed; nd 3rd, purely pastoral. Mr. llonn'TsoN then mpved that the Crown Lands Alienation Bill be road a second time. ,Ito was desirous that the whole policy of the government should be soon at one glance, nd hIe should enddav our to explain the bill so as to offect this object. Sinco the oatablishment of responsible government the question had been very prominently before the publio. The first bill was Mr. HIay's, which pro yvled for sale only by auction, except that squatters might purchaose, the land containing their improve ments without competition. Next came the bill of the Cowper minisltry whon Mr. Jones was Treasurer, which also only provided for one mode of sale with a like exception. This bill was defeated on a motion made...

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NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

NIMITYBELLE. (From a Correspo?tlent.) ADVeRTING to a paragraph published in Wednoes day's 'letrald,' of the 26th instant, "from a eorre spodent" at this place, wherein it is stated that Nimitybello "cannot properly claim the appellation of a town" until "all" thb buildings are finished. This may perhaps be fifty years hence, as there are doubtleas-at least it is t-o be hoped-buildings to be commenced for many years to come. There are, in point of fict, some to be erected next year, for which the materials are now being procured; yet Nimity belle is to be as it has been, aniply an old established place, and not to have its duo appellation until there area certain additions to It-I supposo a few castles, stately halls, &o.-although this township stands in the centre of Mtaneroo, and that it is highly pro bable, in the course of a few weeks, a bridle-track will be opened over Nimitybello mountain for the convenience of the masses who will shortly be wend ing their way to the Sn...

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

FnUIDA OOrooUn 5. The Assembly met at twonty minutes past throo o'clock. 'TUAIUT OLECTION. The matter of the election of Mr Depiehy for East Macquarlo and for the Tumut having boon in troduced by the poeaker, A?fr. DnE uriY maintained that be could not elect between the two constituencies. No similar case to his was on record. lie had not been simultaneously returned for two constituencies, but, on the contrary; hlie was returned for the Tumut nearly a month after he had been sworn and taken his seat for East "lequarie. He moved that the question of the legnity of the election be referred to the Elections Coemmittee, " - After some debate the motion was carried. SEIZUREn OF VESSBELS ON TsHE MoURnAY. In moving that certain papers relating to the Ilate seizure of vessels on the river Murray be printed, MAir, WE?sces explained that officers of tha Victorian Government had seized vessels on the Murray though that river belonged exclusively to this colony. They claimed the right of searc...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Corrlepondetl.). PosT-ore'cn.-Tho ofice of post-master here is now vacant, in consequence of the resignation of Mr. II. Lover. There are fivo candidates for the office. The decision entirely rests with the bench, and is expected to take place on next Thursday. riE ROADS.-A few days back two teams arrived hero from Sydney, one for Mr. J. J. Wright, ,was fourteen weeks on the road; and the other for Mr. A. Cunningham, of Lanyon, was fifteen weeks coming. IUSIeeSA.--Thiero is generally a visible dulness in all branches of business at present, probably owing to the bad accounts which are daily coming from the diggings. T.1' WVnATnEn.-During the week very heavy storms have occurred at intervals, coming on sud denly and as soddenly ceasing, giving place to sun shine nd a promise of fine weather, which, for some time to come, is not likely to be realized. SQuoanboyn, October 6.

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

LOCAL AND P1.OYINOIAL. LAMBINo FLAT Droaoxaos.-Mr. H. Grelg and Mr. F. Ross returned to Goulburn last evening from a flying visit to Lambing Flat. They started to. gather from Goulburn on Thursday asto, reached ithe diggings on Sunday, and returned to Marengo the same evening. They went by way of Walla Walla and returned by Yeas. The former road is much, the shorter from Goulburn, the distances being us follows:-From Goulburn to Grabbens Gullen, 25 miles; Grabben Gullen to Whreeo, 13 miles] Wheco to Walla Wallo, 16 milesi Walla Walls to Castle's, 18 miles; Castle's to Murengo, 20 miles; and from Marengo to the diggings 13 miles; total 105 miles. The road is also very good. By way of Yass lthe distance is about 140 miles. Both Mr. Greig and Mr. Ross entertain favorable opinions of the diggings, but haveys their doubts of the supply of water iasting. Much will of course depend on the quantity of rain that may fall, Mr. Greig thinks that at Spring Crook thero will be plenty of water un...

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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

COLLECTOR. (From a Corrcepondent.) .On Wednesday, the 3rd Instant, the annual meet ing in aid of the Wesloyan foreign missions was held, John J. Waddell, Esq., in the chair. At seven o'clock p.m. the proceedings of the evening were commenced by singing a hymn and prayer, after which the chairman, in a suitable address, explained the objects of the meeting, and, in conclusion, called on the Rev. Mr. Kelynaclk, who then rend a report of the missions' progress during the last year. The Rev. Thomas Skews, of Gunnmig, then delivered an eloquent and most interesting address, andi was followed by tho'Rev. Mr. Kelynack of Yoss, who,.ans usual, was a host in himself. A collection was then made in aid of the missions, after which the usual voto o! thanks to the chairman having been proposed and carried, the doxology was sung and the benediction pronounced, when the meeting separated, highly pleased with the proceedings of the evening. Collector, 4th October, 1860.

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COUNTRY NEWS. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. MERIIUMBULA. (From a Corresjpondent.) Tine cuckoos sound, their spring note nightly, the laughing jackasses chorus a mutual grin at daybreak, the curlew whistles during moonlight, and up to midnight each evening the wild bulls thunder out their monaco at each other upon the distant ranges, all of which are sure signs of the approach of spring; which word is the password for some lucky and many unlucky diggers. KIiandra is all the go. Every settler who can crack a whip and raise a team is doing so. Bacon, choose, and flour are held back from Sydney market for the speculation, and worlking hands make short agreements, as they are hanging on for the great rush. The Merimbula steamer carries a largo number weekly wiho are Snowy-bound. A few disappointed ones are from time to time returning. There is a conflicting interest existing between the Edenites and the "people" respecting the faci lities and safety of theio ports, lansing-places, and roads, By the people, I mean the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

SJINNER &.' NOWLAN, Soda Water . Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, PPOSITE THII E CATHtOLIC CHAPEL ,,'ERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, S LIVERPOOL ROAD, :D EGS to liform his friends, and the public geoner r ally, that he has taken the 1YWTLWA.R'E INN, adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to tho towli of G3oulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy. River Diggings, as-ivell as to lraidwood, Bungendoro, Qikeaubeyan, Gundaroo, Coonma, &c. & e. The house is replete with every convenience, and the greatest care and attention will be paid to the renquirements of travellers. i"Thecre 1s" a .. 8PLENDID CAMPING GROUND, ,hore people can graze their stock Free of Clharge. '1IHE WTINES AND SPIRITS, for quality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the :bedrooms as comfortable as can be wished, and S THE STABLING ?ll bh under the care of an attentive groom, and superintonded by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stablin...

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