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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 October 1860

IT certain complaints it Saturday's ' Iorald' of the conduct of thoe proprietors of the 'Cshronicl' in tampering with men in our emnploy, the case of Mr. M~urdoch was referred to as one among other lin. stances. What we then said was derived from tlhe assurances of Mr. Murdoch himself; the proof of that artileo was road over by that gentleman andi passed with only sotno immaterial alteration, which alteration was duly madeI before the paper wa\s publishedt and Mr. Murdoch was directly asked by the proprietor of this journal, whether the article was a correct representation of thie ease. His reply was thbat he saw notntg that reqoired alteratioo. Tus, thougl an attemop htas booeent made, in Wednes day's * Chronicl,' to give a different eolnplexion to the transaction, we are justified It believilog the statement originally rendered to us. Andt, in soy case, there is no getting over the fact that tihe negotiation was commenced and completed with one of our staff while ite was still ith...

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

DaylolLl Iii, Wn. ·a Bunrime. 8unwLI,~on' ?.lonth.Ap. SATVRI)AY * .....,Oct. lfl 5 20 8 8 28 SUhN DAY.······ l ,14 6 00 7 20D OIOnIAY .······· 25 2~ 0PI 8 0 TUB~~cO..·IJAY. 30. 2( 21 10 0 1 SATURDAY. OCTOBER~ 13. 1800.

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THE POLICY OF THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON TOWARDS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

THE POLICY OF TIIE EMPEROR NAPO. S LEON TOWARDS ENGLAND. A short time ago the French Ambassador communicated to Lord John Russell a private letter of a very remarkable charactor, addressed to him (M. Persigny) by the Emperor of the Fronch. This letter con tained friendly sentiments towards Englalnd, and expressed a desire that the policy ofthe two nations should be ildentical. It was published by the journals on August Ist. To following is a copy of it: "St. Cloud, July 95, 1800. "My Dear Persigny,-A-lfhirs appear to me to bo so complicated, thanks to the dis trust elicited everywhere since the war in Italy, that I write to yeou in the holp that a conversation in perifect fi'rankness with Lord Palmorston will remedy the existing evil. Lord Palmerston know?s me, and vwhen I affirm a thing, he will believe mo. Well, you can toll him from me, in the mnost expicit manner, that since the Peace of Villa Francn. I have had but one thought-ono subject-to inaugurate a now era of peace, to li...

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THE NEWS BY THE SALSETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

THE NEWS BY TIIE SALSETTE. (fronm te 8, M. lHeraldk's tIdlegrams.) Ti? Now Zealand Bill, after having boon carried through the IHouse of Commons, has boon withdrawn by govornment. This stop has mot with Bgenoral approval hero. The bill was stoutly opposed by Sir John Piakington and those of the Conservative party who took an interest in the matter, and it was known also to be disliked by many Liberals, and oven by several members of govoernmen, whilst to thre radical seootion it was offenslvo in the highest doegreeoo. A strong argumontfor not proeoooding with the bill was, that th6 colony which it concerned had no opportunlity of ex pressing an opinion on it. 'Tlihe colonists also, who are at present in this country anlmost unanimously condemn the moasuro. hore is, therefore, reason to believoe that if it had passed into law attempts woull have boon made in the colony to defeat its operation. Mr. E. Fitzgerald, in a letter whioh lie ro eoontly addresseod to the ' Timos' on this sub ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

LUnlis. othitrwolo roproen.d, tho prlro quoted In tIde arrtclt 'n~t t!a os trnt Ir~IInlCtlon l Iditn lho plodlurur nnd lho nrt. puor oha~rr; not nu hotwveun one delter nod anolther, InucII less1the reltdl ptlcr.L ItInlnuoon t'ntOtl CUntionno-Pln o .flour, pcr tont-, LO mrlloan tllt not jtllolted t hnltl, per tuhel,, ilt,; bran, Us. Od. tolunfer, t0. tUI. to . L1 t0. t oItper tonI notinna, per titt 10.. to tint. fresh hatter, pr lb, IlOd. to ? httrd. sa u r trb., lt. to 1o.|othc.01 1d to ?d .t QuonttaAn I'ac P-r (ont RCE rURRN '.-WhPr'n, per tulttl, 11M0 I. 0to t9o, ; nollr, nar, per ton, £0O;., toerrrrro,.£Or Itrrt'tt Uta, to ;Od. ; larnt Irr bUldltI l 1o . U.l e tOh I. 01a toI e, Os. tO Ols.0.; btrno '. nfiar; ttate taer trttatl, to. ad. ; tlry. ;rr ftat|, £'0; tattfer, ;rer tlr to. 0d4.; cliros, aOd. to 1ad,; Itotart 04.; eggs. tier ttdooet.(, to ;5. ;lapotao~s, ar tnt, £ to £I ; fOoato ie, Ier nort. ts. ;a. to £t 1sT.; shreel, lls, to as.k; trster ;t., 04. ohld coto, a1. to Os. u...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, COOMA, On Wednesday, the 28th day of November next. TOWN LOTS.—NIMITABEL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

AT TOO POLIOL OFIO,' Cao?00A, on Wednoes'oday the 08th day of November et TOWN LOTS.-N13EITAOOL, . Lots 1 to 7, 2 roods each, alloiments 1i to ?"ind ?i t ontos t t o a4 ros enoh, 41oflomm., Lots 8 to 14,section 27 'oads oo, :allot.on?s: ,nd to tatoto a aln 1 Lots 1.to 10, 2 roods paoh, allotments 0 'tOlO0 Of soetion 37, Loto 20 to 29,0 roods o6ot, ollotonts8t? 8 6l of section 40. Lola 23 and L42 rbod:eahb,:pllo? mnti. 2' and 10 of section 4,2. Lot 25, 2roodsoallotment 3 ofsatoolon 42.' Lot 26, 2 rods; nallotment 5 of sectlono 44;,... LotS?27 to 88, 2 roads each,, llotoltonts 1 to 5, 8 anld 9 of soaotiont 40. Lots 84 to 42, 2 roods eoah, allotments 1 ':to 0 of To upse pro o50 t. l above s s 8 p ro Thei apoet prlco of theo alsovo lots to £8 per cart,

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POETRY. A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF THE LATE WILLIAM HOWELL, ESQ, OF LLANGROVE, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

POETRY. -4 A TRIBUTE TO TIIE MEMORY OF TlIt LkTE WILLIAM IIOWELL jE.,, OF LLANGROVE, BURROWA., DrA FntaeD,. Another warm and generous heart Is cold; Another manly sprit hence has fled; The passing-boll Its solomn notes bees tolled, And William Howell numbers with the dead. Scarce past the years assigned to manhood's prime, His mortal part now joins its kindred earth, Whileo nothing, save the elfacing hand of Time, Can turn remembrance from his social worth, A husband and a parent's part he hbore Amid the cherished joys of wedded life, Till fell disease approached and from him tore His heart's first choico--his food and gentle wife~. Then fell on Howell's car his orphan's wall; Then bowed his spirit 'neath the awful strokes Then came the hour when Nature's struggles fall Tile widowed-rather'sllfe-threade spt--and broke, Say, who, with William HIowell's friendship blest, IHas failed to see the genorous, open handt He oft hold forth to aid the friend distressed, Or help the struggling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

Wanted, A GOOD FARMING MAN, end TWO FARM ti.L&BOU IERS. Apply to, H. PAYTEN, WYynolla. 64 8. : 66 S Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED. WOMAN to do thaliouse .L. work and cooking of a small family' in the countrjry. Apply at the 'Herald' oflice. 6014 . Wanted,' : : : A GIRL, about 15 or 16, as GENERAL SERVANT. Inquiro at tho' H'raold' ollco. 06503 S L Wanted?, : rTj 0 purcaase o0 TONS of WATTLE BARK, SApply to W. TEECE, Red Boot, Auburn stlreot, Goulburna. 05102 Flowers, Fruit, and Shells ini Wax, MlES. FORSTERI, Medalist of the Paris E131 Exhibition, also raciplent.of several medals and eortilcates from various botanical sonietias, in returning thalnks for tile patronage accorded' her during, harvisit to Goulburn, bags to inform those ladles who may contmiplate receolving lessons in the above arts, lier stay hIero islimited to three weeks, having mande arrangements for leuving the colony at the end of the ensuing month. 6057 : THOMAS REECE, .Horse-shoor and General Blacksmith, SESPEOTFU...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

Iln, Ronlosrson appears to have given a fair chnllhnge to his immediate predecessor, on tile occasion of tile motion for tile second reading of the land bill. Mr. Blaok, howover, took ime to answer; and it might have booeen expected that something like a respoptable and lggeostivo criticism would have boon the result of his cogitations. Anything more lame or impotent than the reality proved to be we could not easily imagine. Mr. Black occupied a position of pecnliardolicay, and it needed groeat judgment to show that he had a shadow of justification for forsekring the liberal ranks, placing himself in antagonism to the only liberal hind measure that has yoet boon laid lofore parliament, and allying him self with those who openly avowed their do toermination to oppose that meaonsure on its merits. There is no man in parliament who has so much to bo thnnkful for to fortune, and so little of his good luck to ascribe to his own merits, as Mr. Black. HIis rise was won doerfil and unaccoun...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

SCOUN'R'RY NEWVS. QUEANDISYAN. (Fromn our oOn Correspodensl.) PosT-o'BloE.-On Thursday, Ilth instant, tihe boaech appoinled Mr. G. Soares to tlhe office of polst master, In place of Mr. I1..Lover, resigned. FPorCsc,-Willlam Ford, a bushman, for assnulliog MIr. T. H. Line, the overseer of G. Campbell, Eosq., at Dnntroon, was fined £5, or two months' im prisonment in defauolt of payment. .'Tihlis is the third assault that Itas been comnmitedl, on Mr. Line since his appointment. . FooTnAcEOs.,-- This morning a foot-rac tooni plaoo between SIr, MoAlister and Mr. James Beatty. 'sto stakes were £5 against a horse. Tie rmo took plaeo in Manorooestreot; the distance 150 yards. Mr. MdAlister won by nearly two yards. 'Tine, sovnhtccn soondo, Th oe winner is a small man, while his opponent, who has lost several races pro. viously, is a tall, powerftl built man. Thlree other races followed, of minor importance and for small sms ThIe first of whichl was between MIr. Kinsela and Mr. Rowley, who l...

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SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

SYDNEY. '(no' [Fo s ou wn connnsrosNoDr.J , 'Prisay afternoon. TilE leotter of the Emperor Napoleon to M. do Por signy, whichl you will find in this morning's 'l Heralld,' is indooeed n most remarkable document, Ils docl rations of sincerity in a ldesro for peace, and for domestin victories only, are apparently eo earnest that it would seem to roquire a very Thomas I Dodimus to doubt them. Even the very fact of so powerful a monarch eondescending to the explana tien is a primafoces piece of evidenco iun li favour, an(I his apparently indignant appeal to IEnglih staltesamen, to join with him in conlducting their diplo. maoy liko Ihonest men, and not lilo thieves wlso want to cheat eachl other, lo well caleulated to create impressions in Iis favour. But after all we hIave only another kind of illustration of the old fable of thie boy nd thelo wolf, or rather of the saying, morn trutsful than polite, tlat "a liar can never be believed." Loule Napoleon Ilas told so many "wop pers" In Ii...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

LOCAL AN.D PROVINCIAL. THe LATE PETen W snm.-On Saturday), the boat Grace Darling was takent qut to Inveralechy, to enable thue noighbourstoprosecute their scarch for tlhe body of Ptor 'eir, who was supposed to have booeen drowned in the wateorhole at tihe back of tihe Golden Fleece. After dragging for some time, Mr. Clancey succeeded in recovering the body about dusk. It was close to an old crossing-place nearly in a struight lineo from the inn to Weir's house, and it seems pretty evident that the unfortunate man in malking for home fell into the water and was drowned. At in quest was hIeld by the coroner, It. Waugh, Esq., ano a verdict of found drowned was returned. INqUoEsT.--An inquest was held by R. Waugh, Es, coroner, at 31arulan, on the 14th instant, on the boy of Patrick Dooly. The deceased, who was sixty.ivo years of ego, had been formerly an Inmate of tho Uenovolent Asylum, and had recently come up the country. IIe had for a short time booeen staying at MIr. O'Neil's inn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

KIAND RtA. SNOWY RIVER GOLD FIELDS. THU PIL?I T?AD?E STORES A RE now OPEN and in full operation wIth LARGEl STOCK of all kinds of GOODS, whlich will be found Cheap and Good. JAMES FRASER AND CO., Free Trade Stores, ADELONo-STREsT, KIAonDnA. .N.B.-The higlhest price given for Gold. 6011 TlHE I'UBLICANS' ACT on sae at the ltorald Book Mart,. P'rico Is. Gd, per post, is. 9d. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Eling Forest and Browley, THE COACHIIING BTALLION YOUNG GOHANNA. FT111S horse is a bright bay, four L years old, stands 16 hands hligh, of great museular power and immense bono, flne showy action, and very compact. lln will run loose with the mares, in secure pad docks, with plenty of grass and water, but no re sponsiblity nlocurred. Tnarets :--For one maro 80s.. two or more, the property of samen person, 25s. All mares to be removed and paid for on or before Janutry lst, 1861. 6406 JOIIN MORRICE. TO STAND THI1S SEASON, At Nimitybelle, THIE SPLENDID IMPORTED DRAUGIIT STALLION, SUFFOLK PUNOH...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

PARLIAAANTlAR Y. WeDNEsBDAY-Ooro nan 10. In the Legislative Councll the CoLoNIAL Soner gave notion of his intention to introlduco the Census Bill on tile next lday of sitting. O PI'Bn IIOUSB nI LL. The COLONIAL SEOILTAoiY mov'ed for leave to bring in a bill to alter the constitution of tie Legislativo Counoil. He desorlbed the bill as one of twnty-five or twenty-six clauses-somno fivo or six oly b g of importances; thie remaindler providing t mahinery. It I proposed to have twenty-eight electoral distriots--to return thirty membersn ten of whom are to rotiro at the end of two years; the dcuration of thle Concoll to be threeoo years-with a power of dissolution in the Governor at any time; tle qualifioation for a seat--manhoodl ag thirty five years; for an eletolor, the same es for the As sembly, sir. DEAS TnoseoN did not oppose the motion, but intimated tic,it at a futitro stage he should be pre pared to oppose the provisions of tile bill, whih hi e said would make the Council more d...

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CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, BOOROWA. On Wednesday, the 21st day of November next. COUNTRY LOTS.—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

* CROWN LANDS S ALES. AT r110 1'0L1012or510n, 13oonowA, On ',ednesday,' th1e 21st da~l of November next,r; . ' COUNTRYn LOTs.-KINO.; Lots l and 2, 82 nores' aoh; lot 3, 26 aor?d liot 4, 36 acros; lot 5, 84 rores'lot 0 , 30 0noros lot 7, 35 Snoresn-on the Lachlan, or Fish River, on nnd near the. road. from Wallaho Wallah to Godulburn;, bo Stween two .and threeomiles north-easterly: from A. Gibson's 040 nores. Lot 8, 20 acnres 3 roods; lot 09380 aores; lot 10, 40 nores--on theo Back Crieel, lying northbrly and westerly from J. T.Preston's 30 acros, on Old Slan Gunyah Creek. Lot 11, 40 acres; lot 12, 40 anres: lot 18,82 acres -on Grassy Croek, at and near Boyle's Old Station, about four miles soutli-westorly. from A. Gibson's 1034 acres on the Laohlan River. i. Lot 14, 54 a0res 1 rood .20 perches; lot 15,'40 aores2 roods-near the road from Pudmnan'a Croolk Sto Boorowa, lot 14 adjoining the south boundary of T, Carroll's 48 acres 2 roods 10 porlches, and lot 15 tho southl boundary of Df...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

TusURSDAY.-OTOBE?t II. Tile Council commeIced its proceedings at a quarter. past four o'clock. ?m. DOKErn. Mr. DOCKnsn gave notice of 1his intention to move for the production of all the papers in the office of tie Colonial Secretary in whlih that hon, member had, during the late session, charged him with want of lidelity in a public duty. CeInuucl OF ENOLAND. The second reading of the Church of England Synod Bill was postponed for a week, on adivision called for by Mr. EAnOn, who was desirous that it should be hlmediately proceeded with. The numbers were twenty-thlree to four. GOLD DUTY. Thie motion of the COLOsuAL SEanETARn , for the suspension of thie Standing Orders, ln order to pass the bill for the repeal of tile gold duty though all its stages, was negatived without a division. The COLONsIAr. SEonrTAnY having moved the second readingi it was opposed by Mr. DoAs Tsoos soN, on tile ground that no reason had been given for the repeals that the Council had not boon ill any wriy i...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

SBEIEIMA.. (F'rom a Correspondent) AdoDNTc.-A ?man n the omployment of the Iev. Mr. Hassal of tlhis town, met with a sovero no cident on Friday lasi. HIe was angaged drivlng in horsi, and a four wheclod vehicle on springs through the town; when opposite to Mr. Levy's stores, tle animal took fright from some cause or another, and ran at a fiulous rate towards Mr. Walker, senior's public-house, near which the vehielo camo in connact withll a post and tore off one of tie wheels. The man Who was riding in the vehicle was thrown out with great force o liis head, which is mucl laonrated S-particularly about the forehead and face. Upon boeing ploked up by Mr. Powcll postmaster, lo was quitoinsensibl. I understand ho is nowprogress ing favourably, and that there is every hope of his 'efor°m atiot, I undorstai?d, has ronahed the police heroethis morning, that thle two men convicted at the last Goulburn Asnices, O'Brien and 6mitn, have by soruo means or oilier effcected their escape out ofr t...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

LONDON WOOL ItEPORT. Notwithlstanding thie continuance of band weathler, our nales have progressed on the average with remarknble uniformity-a oir cumstance confirming the healthy position of tile manufacturing intererts and the geonoerally satisthotory state of tradeo, consildering tlre jeopardy in which eoven yet the harvest is placed, and the probability of a high range of prices for provisions durring thre ooming winter, coulpled with every probability of dear' money, it must be matter of congratulation to imuporters that their prodrc hIas boon quitted at tohe average good price, andi evidences great confidence on the o-art of buyera to clear wool to thie extent of L,.50,000 lbs. Sales hiave so far progressed that 80,000 bales have passed tie hammer, and althoughl occasionally discretion Ihas been exercised by thIe broker' solling, yet the merchlants many be said to hIave met the msarlet fireely. 'It is not ex poeetedl that much arlteration will take placeo now in auction, brt t...

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FRIDAY—OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

FaluAY--OcTonaER 12. The Assembly met at twenty-soven minutes past three o'clook. nAILWAY WORntS. In.nnswer to lIr. PastrEs, the SieRnTARnY Fon Pumto WVonams said the contract term for the con-e pltidn of tile railway extensions expired in Juno next, but that if the works did not progress more ex peditiously than at present they would not be completed. Sbsuequently a message was received from the Governor-General, withll speelial estimates for the extension of railways by horse power, whichl were ordered to be tahen into consideration on VYednes day fortnight. The estimated sum total required for theo purpose according to the scondule accompanying the message was £4,000,000. TlE EBTIMATEB. Another message was received from the Govornor General submitting the estimates for the expenditure of 1861, asd the supplementary estimates for 1800 to the Assembly. Mr. WE.ssEE moved that this message be printed, and be taoken into consideration on Wcdnesday next. Carried. CORt'ORAL LAVYELLB'B s...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860

TO CORR&¶PONDKNTa· A Ssonwol mu tnE endeavuw go wrlfi InrrlilgU'IU and 011,01 a,,cooe Als nnmr.

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