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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

SYDNEY. [roomo ourwe own ConnrOnDENT.] Saturday afternoon. Mr. Robortson Is gaining a host of friends by lls hold and manly perseistenco in the land bill. Of oursa peoplo say that a wisor and firmor maples at his baok, but I can assure you that, whatever truth there may be in this, I have boon absolutely aston. ished at the able manner in whichl obertson.has dealt with tihe blusiness in his hands. Mr. P'arkoe, you will observe from the newspaper reports, con tinues his attempted annoyances. lIe is sinking gradually lower and lower, and all because lie has not the courage and magnanimity to face the altered circumstances in which he finds himself. I do not deslrd to occupy your space with a lecture on Mr. Parkes, though he is certainly a studym but on somo future occasion I should like to express my opinion of him, for a man more overrated in some things and more unjustly condemned in others, porbaps never made h appearance on the Macquar oestroot stage. IIi conduct, however, last ni...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

WrmLn parliament is debating the principles of froee selection, deferred payments, limited anuotion, and disposal by lot of the wide territory already comprised in the boundaries of the colony, the spirit of enterprise and geographical exploration is sending forth its well appointed parties to investigate the still mysterious regions of central Australia. Maritime discoveries and'careful surveys have long ago laid down the outlines of the great Australian colony with minuteness and exact itude, and its western, southern, and eastern shores are now occupied by prosperous British colonies, fast rising into power and pre-eminence. But the vast interior is still shrouded in obscurity, and the happy figure of Cowper which likens the smoke-canopied modern Babylon, girt with gay suburbs and smiling villas, to A awarth Indlan with his bolt of boneads, may be applied with equal appositoness and in a still grander sense to the aspect and condition of New Holland. With a few settlements studdi...

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

SKIINNER d INOWLANN , Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufactirers, PPOSITE "TUE CATHOLIO CHAPEL O .VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, , LIVERPOOL ROAD, "EGS to iniform his friorids, and thq public gener . -ally, that he has taken the 1-"VZULWA,.REE ZINN, adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contigoous to the towi of Gioulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy. River Diggings, as. vcll as to Braidwood, Bungendorto, Queanbeyan, Gundaroo, Coomss, &c., &c. The house is replete with every convenience, and the greatest care and attention will be paid to the requiroments of travellers. T'lhere is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, whero people can graze their stock Free of Charge. !VHE WINES AND SPI1?ITS, for, aouality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the bod-rooms as comfortable as can be wished, and anw b THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and superintended by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling: Corn ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

DIED, At the Beehivre Inn, Clinton-street, Goulburn, on Sunday morning last, Mr. GEORGE McCONNELL, aged 46 years, leaving a wife and three sons to lament their loss. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1860.

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DESTRUCTION OF THE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 October 1860

DESTRUCTION OF TITE PRINCE OF WALES TII ,ATRE. (1rom the SydnJr Morning lHecrald of Thursday,) Orn of the most extensive and disastrous conflagrations that has over been witnessed in Sydney broke out yesterday morning, causing the entire destruction of the Prince of Wales Theatre, and of several adjoining buildings, and resulting in the death of two persons and in the oerions injury of others. At about half-past 6 o'clock yesterday morning an unusual quantity of smoke was seen issuing from undor the roof of the bakery at the rear of Mr. Holines's shop in King-street and a few minutes afterwards flames made their appearance. The bakery adjoined the south-western corner of the Princs of Wales Theatre, and the flames quickly communicated to the windows and roof of that building, their power being in creased by thie - strong south-westerly wind that was blowing at the time. The alarm was immediately given by the constable on the beat, and the fire-bell having boon rung, three of the Syd...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

lISCELLAANBOU& U P'AYM rNI 01" TlMn lns.--ThO opinion in favor oa Ipaid rIopl'esontativoes appears to bo dnily gaining ground. Soveral miphatio ox pl?e?sslons of tho expedionoy of this prinaiplo ha1ve ecently bbon published.. At the banquot roc?ntly given to Mr. Hosldins, MP., for tho ocl'y: Riveor gold-flolds,.'.when a purse of :?UO0 was presonted to him, thnt gentlemann ,foroibly ,illustrated tho :advantages of tho y t?yin? aund tho 'Maitland lMoroury,' in na able article, indorsfi his sentiments. It says:-" If we should not lose, then in dignity of personal conduct, by having paid legeslators f-and that is the most forcible argument generally urged against the system-there is iuch force in the reasoning of Mr. lHoskins as to what we might gain. Ono very striking guiin would be the enlarging, almost infinitely, of our field of choice, for fitting candidates for parliament. If it were possible for a poor man, or a man of very moderate means, to bncome a member of parliament...

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HISTORY OF AN IMPOSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

IISTORY OF AN IMPOST'OI. (From the Glasp?- .-OrTirg Journal). HExnR Thoratotn Hay is undergoing six mnonth'simprisoitlent at Glasgow, for utterini forged orders for provisions. lie is about tliirlylre years of ago, middle size in height, speaks with n slight 1 nglish accent, and is a most plausible fellow. According to his own account he was born in 1825. There is reason e o boliove that Hay is n poor curate's son. He received a tolerably good education. Ho enlisted under the nnmo of Thomas Watkins, and went witi his regiment to the West Indies, where he deserted, and entered the 3rd West India regiment. IHo was ro. captured, punished nnd permitted to join the 71st Roigment, whiclh came to Glasgow in 1847. IIo soems to have always had a forto for preaching, and in Glasgow lie firt attracted iotico es n a preacher. In the end of 1847 the pulpit of Or lionlad Church was vadant and Hay, havin inggratiated himself with a female innonger of the church who kept tih keys through life lie s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

Dogs ,*fUST be registered at once, the month having .?1 oepiredo, Forms can be obtained at the Horald iook Mart, price twopence each. Clerks of Potty-sessions AR respectfully informed that at the ioeraldi . Book Mart and Steam Machine Printing Ofice can be obtninol forms of summons and plaint in theo Small )tDebhts Coart, pnblicana' rocognotznnces, nnd other usooll forms. Those not in stock 'cn be' specially printed on the shortest notice, TH E.PUBLICANS' ACT on snlo at the herald . Book hIart. Irico Is, Od.; per poet, la Od:. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Diamond Creek, near Gurrunda, TIE IIEAVY DRAIUGHT STALLION, YOUNG PRINCE. Y OUNG IPBINCE is a dark brown horse, six years oldi stands 1610 hands hligh, is perfectly docile and stanch in harness, His stock are well known in the naighbourhood. Tenus :-£2 5s. for single mare ; £2 each for two or more, the property of one owner; if five or more, one mera given a. Good secure paddocks provided, but no responol bility will be incurred. All m...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

VAUIIT21ES. All our Arctic explorers have enjoyed one important advantage;· in their deadliest perils they always kept cool. Happy are they who are born deaf, for they will not be bored with tedious stories or pointless anecdotes. HIave you soon a drunken man trying to make belief that he is sober ? How ridioulous theospectacle I And yet more ridiculous still is the attempt of an ignorant and ill-blired person to appear very wise and refined in society. No raTTrr NOlW I-A prity of belated gentlemen, about a certain hour, began to think of home, and their wives' displeasure, and urge a departure., "Never mind," slid one of: the guests, "fifteen miniutes will make no difference; my wife is as mad now as she can be. " "IiHere's your'money, dolt, and now toll me why your rascally master wrote me eighteen letters about the contemptible sum." "I'm sure I can't tell, but if you ;will excuse me, sir, I guess it was because seventeen didn't fetch it." SThe best way to humble a proud man is n...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF TH?E BALSETTE. [Pr.n UI.CTRnlo ' TaELEoItnAPHr . The branch steamer met the Satsetto and the Adolaide mails were translipped .and arrived at Adelanido on Wednacsday at 5. 40 p.m. The Salsette arrived in IIobson's Day on the night of Thursday, bringing European news up to 28th August. The chief interest of tile news sha brings arises from n letter receivod by theoFrnelh ambassador in London from Louis Napoleon declaring his paciie intentions. Nevertheless tihe fortileations bill has passed through Parliament. The Queen is going on a visit to Coburg The l'russian regent and the Austrian Emperor has met at Toplitz. Garibaldi is still successful in Calabria. Emnperor Nopoleon's letter to Persigny appears in 'S. N. IHorald's' telegram this morning. It is a most remarhablo document. It calls upon Britishl ministers to nogociate and stet with him as in trau sections among honest men atsd not among thieves afraid of chleating. There is news from China that al...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

! "? ' ; l · '* I I'OI IDa Omc, Brlday ovonlog. BUSINsiS durlig the weok has boon dull l'rodnce has boon brought in rather froely, but prlces oro asked whirl, aould~leoo no nmargin for profit to the eoller and, In conoequence, three is a mutuol dlsinolination t, operato. the purchaso of 00 one, of gold fromosTena s roeporterl at tho Australlon Store. Carrlhgo to Itlnadra s down to £28 per ton, and from Byd aoy to oulburn to £10, with a prospcot offurther reductoon. MIessrs. lsNLAc doD Ca. reportz:--o haRe nold 'dorlog the week adrft traom tiLe herd of Mrs. tIlbson, at the following pretes:--lst yard, MIr. Carroll, at £0 Osa, 2nd yard, ltr. O'Donnoll, at £7 17s. Od.,; led yor. lIr. Allleos, ZtO 8as. 4th yard, £0 Os.. Also, fifty heaol prleately the' prolerly of lllluar Chlsholm, lfeq., at a hIgh flrig re. here 10 bstll'an opening for tlrst-lelss stook. Store cattle.--Soldl sovroty-tour head young bulloeks, the proprty of P. Clksholm, llsq., to Thomas hlttledge, lIst., at L3 Ol.. We. ...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

SYDNEY. [FRnoM ourt owN connsPON?DENT.J. S Ia Tuesday afternoon.c Tun ' Sydney'Iorald ' has during the last two days favored us wilth a few remuarks on the political topies at present on the legislatorical carpet. Yes torday we had a loader on ltobertson and thie alcd questIon, and also a "communicated" feeooler oni the upper Ilocse bill, and to-day we have somi sugoe ob servations ancet Lucas and the Chinese. It is re markable that the bumptiotsness of thle leading journal hlas beocn very much reduced, diminlishled, or modified, ard tlhat now, "instead of mountincg barbed steeds to frighlt thle souls of fearful advcrsa ries,'' tle aged sinner talhs very gently and know Ingly of RTobertsont reminds him that hle is "n statesman," and wcarns hllc against impcerilling clls immortality by acting at the presentjuncture as a more politlidlan. Thiis is all very fino, and some friends of muile are inclined to the opinion that Robertson is prone to be swayed by this soft anwder; but It will ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

C'OUNTRIY NEJIV~S QUEaNflEYAN. Conig O pugnow Ciiunot.--On Suda,! thle 7th iflitat, thlo opmliizg sorviuci ivoro colobratod In IhlO nnw.Protoatant hohral,. In the foronoon, thu XIOY, a, D, Sonros offciated, and tho Ilia, r. G*~ Smith, of Canberra, in the eveningi both services were well attendled, and collections were made in id of the building fund, amounting to over £21. Focr RAcEs.-On Monday a foot race took place on thd cricket ground, between Mr. Kinsela and Mr. James Beatty, for £5 a side, the distance run being 200 yards.. From the first, Mr. Kinsela took the lead, which he maintained ail through, and came in winner by over three yards, Another foot race came offon Tuesday morning, in Manoroo-street, between Mr. W. Dent and MIr. J. Mo Alister, the distance being 100 yards. Mr. Dent was allowed 10 yards odds, and was three yards behind when Mr. McAlister came to the winning-post, quite at his aise, and laughing heartily at his competitor, who seemed quite bewildered when he sa...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

PAB.LIAMtENTARY. ToUeDAY--Ovousn 0. !· The Legleslative Assemblyo mot at twenty-five minutes past throo o'olok. / Sovbrnl sow notices of motion wereogl~eivn by members, and papers were laid on thotablo by ministers and ordered to be printed. : Othler preliminary business of an unimportant lcha raoter was gone through. TIlle LAND SILL. Thie adjourned debate on the second roading of the land bill was resunied by Mr. Morris, who maintained that thie main principle of the measure has free selection over tie wllolo colony--a prinoiplo which if oarried out, would paralyso and ruin tliepastoral inlterest without affecting any possible gon wilcb might not be equally secured by othler means. There wore immense rrease of alluvial land at thie present time not hold under lease, and it ivorld be madness to wantonly disturb other pursuits bf indrit. try. But there was another conserquence o an op positoe charaoterwhlbol might follow on the passirrg of this hill In'its present shape. By aoting/in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

' Wanted, A HOUSEMAID. ,who fully 'understands her ,Li' duties. :lleferences dinispenslble. Apply at MANDELSON'S Hotel. .': "' :6032 •.: Wanted ' A* LAD to make himself generally useful.- AIply S at Mandelson's Hotel.....-. - .6683 The . oeilburn School,· A:N.T.ED A GOOD HOUSEMAID. .. :,,! i'.,,.,::, .: .... r : W ated;d ~ ':.ri;!r:.? ·!; , ?,? : SITUATIO ? GARDENER or ,VINE A ':DRESSERn', ~bl.anglo' mean,, Apply at this offic ,* -i 6616 w i nted, ' - om ,.. " .;_?-? ? ? .~3t'c,:'. • j;:;i:' ,, i -;i:.6o A MIDDLEAGEDl) WOMAN; to do the& house • .l.t. work ande looking: of;n small family: ln the: oduntry. Apply at th'' Heorald.' office.-: 'i' '6014 wanted,;;.' - IA G:iRb:;, out; i. or 16, ?( .GENERAL,_ I-:SERVANT, "Iniqidre it the i Hildl ofice. wanted mlO purehasa 00 TONS of WATTLE .BAEk. . Apply to W. TEEo, Red cd Boot, Alubmnru street, Goulburn. '' 2 ' : ' .? p "':: :" 'Monthly Nurse, e . %." TnRs .S MILLERt , Monthly Nurse. Address, .1:l. Mr. Evans Taylor's, Montagoe.stro...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BAZAAR IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF A CHURCH AT THE NORTH END OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

LOCAL AN.D P1OVJICIAL. BAZAAR IN AID OF THlE ERECTION OF A OHURCOII AT TJIE NORTH END. OF GOULBUR . Tos bazaar, advertised to be hold in aid of the building find of the now church at the Old Township was held on Wednesday and Thursday last. Thle idea originated with Mr. andl Mrs. Phlllip both of whom were indefatigable in their exertions, and to wlhom the suecess that has attended the baaoar is chiefly owing. A very tasty pavilion was erected by Mr. Phillipos against the northern wall of the gaol wliich effoctually screeooned the visitors from the wind. The pavilion was lofty, and was formed of numor ones tarpaulins lent for the occasion. Thoe poles supportlngit wore tastefully decorated, and from th?e sides dependod flowers and greeon bushes, giving a pleasnt effect to tho whole. A German band was in attendancenoo. Dotlh days were as beautiful as aon well be imagined and the number of visitors Was thus very considerable. Tho 'round adlolnlng was tastefolully decorated with wattle t...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

GOOJLOURN 1 0RICEB CURRIENT • Whcat , ts0 to Ilse.0d. bushebl. .Itaou, fine, £0 ton; seconds, £83. . read, 7(Ito 8d, . . Bra,, 2s, l. O bushel,. lant Os,. o to 7ls. . busel e v wanted , .earlhj Os. Od.tto t t.Bu tosel; tntoled. ', - Oats, ti. to te.d t. It bumbel. B a ? £0 1to.Lt t o o. . l ottcr, rtesh, ]h; to Is. tdo, y Ib ,; aolt,10d.; plenotiul, _hees, note otferig. .. ; aco , 3d. P hb. . -?00#, 1B.doen .. ... ·? ,, !tn: ... ' '. otat os , 120. to t r o o ?o o.t. . •n Onlo? )12?.stoElOl.?6~owt ' :·.'," "'·:" ".. ' Fo Ca~th te,£41Otsto £71Os. Phood .,.: , '! C £10al ?' I . to Ilits.r h teoudd , "heep, 10. to ??s. P h:.... rato, £43 f£30 ton, for gooda so?pmoIte, . Sn ldrc, 4s. to Os. e ct, .* Shcpsbte, 3ns; d, to to. P lb. * 1OAieoeoo P00000 . Coooohs l-Pto~toor,,' f0l ptr:to 04 seonds, '?td per ton; 'hetoen, bo. to its.s. tOd or buoshel; tresih toiler, Os, td, to is. Od, per lb;; tbceon 3d, to 8tt Iler lb.; ehoeeo, 3d., to td, ditto; eggs, Is. poe doen; Ioeattoers Os. Od, to ts?...

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CATTLE-STEALING. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

CATTLE-STEALING. To the Editor of the Herald. Sm,-Of lato years the crime of cattle-stealing ha. grown to such an extent as to give cause to fear the most serious results in the long run in the colony What was formerly confined to the stealing of a saddle horse, a fat bullock, or perhaps a singlr shiep, has of late extended to a mob of horses or bullocks, or a dozen sheep at a haul. And this wholesale crime is not, unfortunately, confined to one or two districts, or to even a side of country, but extends over the breadth and length of the land, and that too, apparently, on the increase. The question may then be anxiously put, what is to be lone to suppress the evil complained of? I say, in reply, many things may be done; but helping hands must come from more quarters than one. In the first phIce, to rely on the local police force of the districts is useless for many reasons. Individuals who follow the trade of cattle-stealing know so nueh of the constabulary of their particular dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

LAM?BING FLAT. M . JOHN ALLEN has been appointed agen for Ihis journal at Lambing Fiat, and is nauthorised to receiove subsocribers' namen, adverrtiso moents, and orders for job printing. TO COUNTRY SUBSCBRIBEIIS. MI/r. WOOLLEY will shortly wait on our sanb. scribers in tha country for payment of their nccounts, and his roceipt will bo a suficientdischlargo for the same.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

SITINNEll & NOWLAN, '!: ' Soda 'Water . e.. .Lelomonade and. S:.i:.:codial Ianuf'actiuerir,:. P ITE THE CATHOLIO CHAPELI '.L. ER~ NER'ir s TREET, GOULBIRN. 5I41l1 GEORGE DAVIS, S ' Late of the Bark Huts Inn, . LIVEREOOL ROAD, : r EGS to inform his friends, and tihe public gcncr . jji: aly, that he has taken tlhe iM aWA1.RBEE INN, :adj'obinig Thlorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on . The direst Road to the Snowy,.,.River. Diggipgs, sarwall as to Breidwood, Bungon okbj ed eanbe ant Gimdanroo, Cooma, &c., &c. :'. . .Tho house is replete with, every, convioneno,, arid the :reatost care and attention wvill ?be..paid to the requtrcments of travellers. ': .-..:. [.'horea: a : S.SPLENDID ?AMPI'NG GROUND, 1 :vwhero:poople can gri?ze their stock 'eo: -: . of C?haliieige, . T 1Il~EZ' WINES' ilAND S'PIRITSS fo: qi:unlity, will be ou?d unsurpassedi in tle colony;i the bedrooms as comfortable as can be wished, and' ' T,, HE STABLING ' w · ill be...

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