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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860

TUMUT SUBSCIIIEIR S A nRE respectfully reqnsted on no aaeount to pay ..any moneys to Mr. IlhE1nrY ILToN, whose appointment us agent for the ' Goulburn Hlerald' is hereby caneled,. Ohtober 18th, 1860. SSUBSCIIIIERS AT WAGGA WAGGA. UIUBSCRI BFIIS to the GourlSOnew ]ifntr.t, l]h ing in theI district of Wagga Waggn, are par. tieoulprly requesteod not to pay thelir neeonts to any person except Mr. W. WItIl'I?lAND, Thte quarterly aecounts will shortly Ibeo rendered, and parties who may find errors in theo same, are re quested to nppriseu Mr. W?htictehlnntd who will retaliy them. Those who hIve paid moneys to Mr. Georgo ichardlsoni re requersted to inform Mr. Whtliceand. The proprietor of lthe ' Golbrn Ilernld' regrets that there shonld bh n probobility of fnotscribers re caiving any truble re spctiang thlleir naoantso but the ithpossiblilly of oblnitlntg front th e ntageL a remnittance or eveo n a listof thie parties who have pnid, necesitntesol the present requant. LAAM7]INO ]JLAT. M R. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860

SKINNER. & NO WLANS Soda'.Water .Lemoindnade and Cordial Mbianufacturoiri, OPPOSI', TEl'mL E CATHOLIC C hIAPEL ViENiiI31IlpET, GOU a LBURN.' o4'0 ' EO::;R" GE: DAVIS,. ,,L:ate' oft t~h e, Bark Ht , In IJVERPOOL ROAl , p EGS to inform hlsla friends, nnd ihe publl gener" .L -'ally, that lh has taken tle " ndjolihing!rhor 's Crossing-placo, ontignotis to tho town of (Gouliurn, and ont ' " The direct ~iRoad to the Snowy River SDiggings , as woll as to IBraidwood, .Bungondor?, Qstetnubeyan, Gundnroo, Cooet, o&e,, anc. ,. ." 'llo lusu isi rploidots wll elover 'c I, e ,n! tit 'lqgrne 55 ea~rsanod attntinlou ciii'4eil5~': ~ '·to;d~ tita; recjuirc llsni'Lrttisp of trarnlc r s .... There is a •, ; ?pLE?NDID? :,AM1?PING: !GROUND/">t" wihnro pcoplo can grazo tlteir stock .Freie of Chairge.2 fRr' qulidii will he forund utisurpa~ss in tim colony; thd' bhd-roms 'as' comfortublo s; ieasi .hwivlshed, andt:)~ '""<'L~ ::~ ? :!).? "': '.'::;: ''''': ' r" ""h:J":; . ' ansdY...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860

I, is quite truo that the tomemnbers of the Leogislative Oouncil have nearly fortbited overy claim that they had to the rospoet, or oven the toloeration of the colonists. Their treat menoat of the Goll D)uty Abolition Bill shows that they are still determinod, by thie most oxtravagant claims, to sOt thIemOselves, if pos. sible, above the reach of popularn influences. It might have booeen supposed tlmat the por sonal sense of righlt and justice, which nobody can deny to a large number of the meminbers of this HIouse, wouhl have led them to the conclusion that no persons had any right to interfere with the p ubli nro oxceplting those who woro placed in cmargo of it liy tio con tributors. We may be sure that, in their private transaotions, few members of the Logislativo Council, oven if any, could be found who would be guilty of a dishonost or a dishonorable action. No one of them would put his hands into his neighbour's pocket, for the purpose of abstracting the contents. Yet not tmhe...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860

_________ _______ - DayoI LIl o, Wcuk flyo uir M,~ Noon', RATUI1DAV * Oct.... 00 517 0 12 11a BOIN DAY........ ol a17 11l 18 ILONDAY ...~.... 22 56 2 0D 1 GATU1IDAY, OO~TOIIER 20, 1800.

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CHINA. COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

CHINA. COMMENCEMENT O' HOSTILITIES. Tee' dates are to the Silth of Ag!lust.: The 'Overland TrarldeReport' of that date gives the following as the latest from the sent of war. - SOn tIid 12th of Augtist tlhe allies advanced on the entrenchea canmp. whieh was situated midway between Pahtang and TakI. On their "aipproaeh thle Tartnr cnvalry boldly sallied out to meet tlhem. The Biitis s caveliy imnmedialtely charged, utterly routing ind dispersing the Tartars, who fled in all dired tions for refuSge. Ihe allies then stormed andt took the canmp, the enemy retiring thlaough an opening judinlously loft for such an vinent, and entrenched tlietselves'in some villages hard by'. Froin thgso they were dislodged, and were pursued until they took shelter nader the walls of the Taku forts, which appealing formidable and'well defended, were not then attaoked. Ontlihe 5thb,'however;, a ?grand attack was to be made on these forts. . The rebels had ?enrried out their threat of attackingi thie'city of...

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EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. THE MASSACRES IN SYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

EUROP.BAN 'XTRIACTS. TlHE MASSACIIES IN SYRIA. Tun 'lNonde' publiIshes the lre'port on tle mssccres at Der-el-Kamn, nddressed by tihe surviving ilhabita,,ts of that town to the consunls of tlhn five great powers at Boyront. It is an interesting and painfil document, and goes fir to prove that, an that part of' Syrin at least, thle Drnses assailed their Cbristian felloa'-snbjccts without tlhe slightest provoca tion. 000 Turkish soldiers who, with two pieOes of nrtillery, were in the town, took themselves to their barracks when the Drnses beoan their bloody work : TIe lrnsos passed thle whole night in pil nlage, traversing the town with their women, and bearing great torches.. On tihe morrow, Thursday, Jee 21, fresh Drtoses arrived in numbers from all parts of the mountains, anti tha tioops, who saw them arrive, offered no op. position. Then tho Christians, finding them. selves quite at their mercy, thosghlt to do well in taking refuge in the barrackh, where the troops and tle governo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

GRATPIS. A very handsome thoronghbred horse, got by the imported stallion "Gratis" (son of Bey Middleton), ouc of imported,mare Reubehns, by Young Wanderer. Young Wanderer (bred by Lord Egremont), out of Ogross, by Octavius; her dam. Thalestris, by Alexander. Alexander, out of Rival, by Sir Peter, &c.--Vido Stud Book, vol. 3, page 280. T?asr :--One mate, £4 4s; two or more, £3 IW LORD PALMERSTON, An Imported coaching stallion, is a rich bay, withh black pOints; foaled, 1852 ; got by Uarnaby, dam.by Napoleon Lo Grand ; grand.da.byII Harry Dawann, great-grand-dam by Young Shuttle,' gront'grcat grand-dalt by old Emperor, &c., &o.--Vidu Stud Book. Barnaby by, Cleveland, dam by old Barnaby, &e., oc. Tsats :--£4. 'The abo'e-mientioned stallions will stand at Dun troon, near Queanboynn. A largo secure paddock, with abundance of grass and water. 6410 TQ STAND TIIS SEASON, -At Ashby, Bungendore, TIIE P1OWERFUL CART STALLION SOVEREIGN. SOVEREIGN is a rich chesn...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

INDIA. The latest dates are fidroml Bombayi14th September, and from Caulcutta 8th of Sep tembar. SThe ' Bengal Hkurkra' says thnt disoon-. tent, dissatisnhotion, and distrust maiy be snid to be the normal state of India at present. 'Thoe 'Dclhi Gazette' saysi--The searcity of provisions in the north-west provinces gets worse andi worse;o and, as Ihr as we can learn, not an efforFt has been made to procuro relief, or any singlo measuonro taken to remnedy this lamentable state of things. Income T'lax Commissioners have been op. pointed in Madras. The fumous crystal throne; of Delhi has been sent to England for prespaitiaon to her Majesty. The 'Englishman' has received a letter from Allaha l?and, stating that thet' Noana' isio the possession of Jungl Bahlad'r : On the 31st of Augstls two rebbels were hung at Fyzabad who had murdered an E ishnoan, eoar Byrsimghaut, in the time of t rebellion. The gentleman had hiddeni himself in a corn field, after flying from thile hands of some rebels...

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SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

* 'YDNEY' . (Pa1 1 00o 0 Ova t Cow ItItcsroinoscrgJ. " ' "'r, "'a s' " r rld y'afternuoon. r. ? iruohrtson's speech on moviig tile second' readin'g of the Crown Lands Oouipal on Bill was decidedly ons of the best that I ever Iheard him do liver. ills nervous energy of malnoner tmay have been objectionable, and was, to those whio nlf.ot to anow a great deial habout tlhe more clossiao school of Greek oratory; but it was foreible'aid donvlncling, .and left the impression on everybody's nmidll that, if that mlan was not in earlest, hle must he a more ,ithan ordinarily clever actor and hypocrite. 1He pointed out hlow ho lhad defended the pastoral nll toreost in 1842 and 1844, when it was assuleiled by Sir George Oipps, end ho defled allybody to ijolit out a slloglo prltciplo in Iis land policy now which he hIad not andvocated thcl, lie told the HIouse that he would be preparedil to sablnit to tihe restrla tion of free selection to the settled distrits for the present; but with the dlstlt...

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THE PROPOSED NEW DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

TH PROIBFBPOSED HEW DJUTIES. The tollowing rs tohe articles of tho now imposts and remissions proposed Its tbo financial policy of the Treasurer.- P•IOPOOCD STAMP SUtIL. That from aud after tile 1st day of January, 1601, olpn, or Ia rrespcm t of the several tnstrnimsnts, mattere, sad tlongs oerelnaftor dsteseritbed, there shall bbld tohd to svcroltsttamp dutles hcrtnnflcer specified, thtatls to say, upon tills of Excbange, Inland and foreign, and promissory .notes not poyable to bearer on demand,- ; not oseeoding £ ...... 00 2 eccedting tand notexeeedlng £10.;. 0 o 4 , 0 ]0 , 26... 0 0. O •6 . ? ? ' 5:.' e 1 o *0 ;; L 1,, o.; o O 76t. . . .?o.,. 0'2 0 o 100 rr 200... 01 4 0 . t0 ..-., 0oo... 0 0 0 , 0,00 . ,, d,00.., 0 5 0 S 400 , tOO0.,. 010 0 o 1 OO , '7000 . 0 10 0 ' o., 7500 ,, 1000 1 0 0 . 1000 then for eron £6000 , atsdany afacttonl part of £1000 1 0 0 Convoyanres of freehold or loasettold earntis- s.oedimog : s100iud notoneooldng£12... 0 12. O 120 1to 10,,. 0ar e 160 ,, 176;....

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

PARLIAJMEiN'IA lu Y. FsAiDAY- OTrono 20. Tein Legislative Assembly moot at half-past three o'clock. VOLUNTOL'n5o. In answer to Mr. COI.nLsns, tle SEOuRTAlY FOR LANus solaid thie Goverlnmnt lhad decided not to encourage the formatlo esf voluntoor bodies in the country districts, as they hod not arms to supply to them, CORnESP'O5'0)DENOCI0 WIT! I'ETO AND CO. On the motion oit Msr. PAulsts, an address was agreed to for copies ot lil unpeblisheLd correspondence between the Government and the agents of Sir Morton Peloe and Co. COOVE'ANCIe, O" OAILB. Mr, WIltBO asked the ColoiTal rcasurer--"If the attention of tie Governnlent had been drawn to tihe great Irregularity that sxltsi il tlhe conveyance of the malls between Getibure, Qoeonbeynn, Coeoma, and Klandras iffso, what steps, if any, have been tsken to remedy thils.evil?" Mr; W?ci e said ilthat a man named Franklin sent in tihe loWvest tender'for the mail service fivo times a weekle between Cooma and Kiondra. Beting una able or unwilli...

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WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

WIIEEO. (From our own( Corrol?olujlt.) - Tito 1\YATIIIUr ANSD ruai COI's,--8nco Imy.last we have had some fineoo growing wentheros but during the lust two duyiu and liglls .it baH rained almost 'inossantly. W?e have bItud notleor flood, the third uwithlin thluree ueelks. Thlo crops are lookling well, and oseveral parties Iave commenced dairying. The fruit troees Iolok very prnmisiug, but that is still uu certain, as we are very liublo to frost in thseu parts, The road is now in 5 shbocking state; but it is some santislhetion to know ithat thie govcrnmcnt las authorlsad the expenditure o' a sum of muony, which, if properly applied, will maho a groat improveninnt, It is to be hopedl tlhere sill b o n delay inltboh mauler, Several parties huve been prospecting for gold lit this neighbourhood, but, as uar as I can lears, j? hy have not tnoet with much success, Outobur 20th,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

Wanted, TN townoar country, by a YOUNG COUPLE, Ia S ITUATION-lthoe man as Ganoral Servant, thoIe woman as Cook or Laundress, Apply at the. 'Herald' oflice. L .. ".. .....6684 Wanted,. A 8ITUATION as COOK, .by a sober st??ly Smant, thoroughly competent tis a irstarate baker.e Tho outitry proforred, Apply kHerald,' (0fice Gouilurn. ,L 6088 Notice, A LL horss, nand· .cattle, lng on bthe i. Arthursleigh Estatiei exqopt those on Agiast iseontirwill bo impounded, after thiis dit, without respecttop ersons. Also, al partles driving stoek away without pero mission being obtained, will bo proseeuted accord lg to low. L ALEBX.NDERRIIEID, looses. Arthurslelgh; Oetober ond, 1860 0444 ENotice. rlHE underlignedl begs to:notify to allpartieis 1 indebtetito him, tlhat all neeountst alndingover aix months (unless iotdor special arrangement): will be placed in thle liands of his Solicitor for recovery, In future ALL acounts will be rendered quarterly, and prompt payment expected. .,: . B. BENJAMIN, :...

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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

RAILWAYS. C(From ?te 'S. t. Herald.') SModsn attention has been excited during the last week by a proposal submitted to the Assembly by the' Minister for Works for the appropriation by Parliament of thoium of £4,000,000, to be raised by loan, for tihe construction of 1218 miles of railway. No explatationt whatever was giveu upon thle intro duction of the estimate, further than that thoGovern ment propose an entirely new mode of carrying out railway extension, by means of lhorso power-the reason offered for giving no explanatory statement being, that the memjbers, and also tile country should have the opportunity of discussing the proposal. No particulars as to the mode is whiet tho pro. posed scheme is intended to be carriedl out hIave yet transpired, and they are naturally looked for with much curiosity. 'The only statements bearisng ns the proposal whiehl have gained circulhtion are, that tie extensions opnoificd are to be completed in two years, and that the idea originated with ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

- COMIl? CAIAL.' LUtntea ot ewlaie expreieant, tho ptrcno quoted In Ots a tielo Oea tIloso Ito traonotlione bheten t o puodunear and tile ttret.pur cleter; noo an between one dealor and another, much lees the, retail prteel. tntI.atoon t Pnttoto Connnt.nr.--Plto floo, per tono '.0?;' ration ditto, loit quoted; i heat, per buthel, llts,;'bran, Oe, Od.; maioe, 10. Od. to Ies. t ty,,£11 to £10 per ton; potutoes, per cwt. los, to lla.. freti houttlper' b,:; Is. to' Ia. Od.; eatl butter, ter lb., 10d. to L.o otheesre Pd, toP?d,] blton, 7d, to ad. QBAn o nnr It'Ont, iCntiOnrO.-~Winn ot, per buelod, .Ol, d,to I OS.; ttor, loe, pr ton, L.d ; stcondel, £4Ot bread Sd, to 10i, i bnn, per oUsBel, d.8 to his Od, ; mitton, O. to Os. Od,t bhooter, nono; eote, per bushiet, Us. Od.; toy, per ton, £0; ?utler, per to; t. Sd,; etibcnec, ti1, to ttd.; bacon. Od. ; eggs, tIer "doeno It. Odd to Ia. Od.; potatono, por ton, £7 to £0 ; it ouotlie, pir hend, £0 t0n : to £7 10.o; alheet Otp . to p0i.; pios etr...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

COUN'TIY NEWS. *r.. ' vQUEANDEYAN. '. " '(Frona oLr o1n Orre-poaret.) Acczn"nocrt ACoCIEs.-On Thursday night'a settler, s nsmed Geoego Blowitt, residing nalout fifteen miles f. 'rom'Queanboynn, in the Blrra, met with a severe Sacldent by falling into the fire, from the effects of whlich he died on Sunday morning. The particulars Sare not known until arter thi inquest.-Tho melnn .:holy int'olligeno reached town this morning, per Sydney mail, that Mr. Moses of Jutngendoro was drowned while attempting to cross thle )eep Crook. Tizo WATItEn.- On T;hursday sighlt ramn sot in, whlah continred to foll for the two following days without intermission until Sunday, when the woathor eleared ip; but the clouds, whilch ihung about still, show that thlis is only temporary. Quennboyan, October 21.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

CALENDAR. Dayyoffhe Week 8ou*6 IDXF .............. ,,- Io I ,,6 ,1 Y .I. ..--2.0 617= -- ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

SKINNER. & NOWLAN, Soda Water S Lemonade and , . Cordial Manufacturers,. CPPOSITE TIHE CATHOLIO 'OIAPEL l VERNER.STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 * GEORGE DAVIS, Late :of the Bark Huts Inn, S LIVERPOOL ROAD;, •T EGS to inform his friends, and the public genear S.1) ally, that he has taken the 1wZuLWARREE ZND , adjoining Thorn's Crossilg-plaeo, contiguous to ite town of Goulburn, and on : The direct Road to the Snowy River. o Diggings, " ,. . sewellas to Brmidwqod, Bungeandoiro, Queabeyno, Ganuridoroo, Cooma, &c., &e. The housa is replete withi every convenience and the greatest care and attention will b paid to the rebuirenments of travellers.. ', rTliero is a :.:, . + SPLENDID COAMPI~Gl GROUND,: where people can graze their stock Free of Charge. THE WINES AND SPIRITS, for 'qiality,vwlll he found linsurpassod in tihe colonyI the bedroome as comfortable nas can be wished, '" addr . . . S THE STABLING w; ill be under the care of 'an attentive groom, and superlitended by ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

AT the nlate dinner of tihe Argyle Agricu:tural and Horticultural, Society, Mr. Ellis, in returning thanks for the toast of" the press," remarked: They had here'a press tlhat might do na great deal of service to the cause of agriculture, and yet during the three years he had been in Goulburn, he had never receivred a single communication upon this suhject from any gentleman of experience. This wa. not a right state of things. ie considered thae the local press should be essentially agricultural and pastoral, and should be made thn medium of inter change of tholghlts and sauggeations among thoie engaged in tuch pursuits. These sentiments must be endorsed by all who consider them attentively. The district of Goulburn is one of great agricultural can bilities-cnbiilities which cotld be developed to an extent little dreamed of, if a judici ous course of experiment and some thought on the part of all engaged in following fitrm ing operations were persevered in. Serlainly we have an agric...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860

BIRTH. ON Sunday, the 21st instant, at the residence of her sister, Mrs. L. Cohen, Commercial Hotel, Mrs. B. PHILLIPS, of a daughter. DIED, On Friday last, October 19. Mr. HENRY PATERSON, of Berebangalo, aged 52 years, native of Caith- nesshire, Scotland, after a lingering illness, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1860.

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