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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 October 1860
LOCAI AND PRO VINCOIAL. Tn? GOLD EeconT leaves hero this morning, conveying the following parcels of gold, and £300 ?n cash from Yass: ts.. dts,. sre. Adelong.................... 1379 1 14 Tumberrumba...;....... 0 13 o Gundagai.......... ..... 7 3 0 Yass...................... 206 19 0 IKliandra ................. 1411' 10 0 Braldwood ............... 1333 1 19 4408 8 15 EscArr. or PlsoE0-ns.-Yesterday morning three prisoners, sentenced respectively to three years' hard labour on the roads, left the gaol, on their way to Cockatoo, under chargeof Constables Wyatt and Morriss. They were Ihandcuffed on a chain, and, as the authorities at beO.d.quarters have recently shown a strong disinclination to pay the expense of con veyances, they were sent on foot. Lost evening intelligence reached town that these men had effected their escape, at half.past one o'clock, a mile beyond Shelley's Flats, It seems that Constable Morris, was not present at the time of their effecting their escape. They ma...
SELECT POETRY. MR. BULL'S SONG. THE SLY LITTLE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
SELECT PO.T JI)' Mll. BiULL'S SONG. K THIE t , 1 LITTLI WAN. :THniRE's n sl' little man ihat lives over the way, Who talive o hans somethlig quite iivll to soy Yet he looks nt m ' house, from hlisa own, whit oan eye That soet, "I perhipr may look in by-and-byl" So think toy best plan With iho sly little mant Is to makle all the premlses safe, if I can. I have not the least doubt he would think It no sin. Any night that he thought me asleep to "look in; " There's " the ol pewter spoons" and " the old tankard " too And the sword o'er thel mantelpieceo marked "Waterloo "' Andi its clearly the plan Of the asly Ittle man To take them all from me-wlthenevcr hlie can. So my doors and my windows I've bolted and harr'd, And the truest of wateltch, dogs takes care of the yard A nalthi.dog of whom I, hi master, will say, "Woo botide the house.breaker that comes In his way:" For really the plan Of thei sly little man. Is one I must fil if 1 possibly can. No doubt hto will say, as In fact he lih...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
One Hundred Pounids Reward. T AS on. the night of SATURDAY. the 13th instant. TWO of my WORKING IIUL LOCKS were maliciously 81101T, in the paddocks at Gunnery Creek, by some evil disposed person or persons, I hereby give notice that I wall pay a reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS to any person who will give such information as will load to the conyiction of the offender or offenders. TIlOMAS WILDING. iurrows. 17th October, 1860. 6607 £50 Reward. TITHEREAS certain of my cattle have lately been I'V- killed on my ground at Inverary, the above reward will, be paid for such information as will lead to the conviction of the guilty parties, or of any persons who may be guilty of similar acts in futurne., Parties trespassing on the Inverary estate, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law. 6023 DAVID BRItOADI-IERAD. £20 Reward., W IEREAS certain parties are in the habit of V. pulling down my fences at Inverary' Park, the above reward will be paid for such information as will lead to th...
AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, ALBURY, On Monday, the 10th day of December next. COUNTRY LOTS.—MULLANJANDRA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
AT THE 'orLIo.oP"OIoE, ALDURY, On Monday, thel 10th day of December. next. COUNTRY LOTS.-MULLA5NJANDRA CREEK. Lot, 1, 101 acres 2 roods; lot 2, 162 acres; lot 3, 122 acres; lot4, 134.acres; lot 5, 129 -neres; lot 6, 112 oacres; lot 7, 102 acres; lot 8, 88 acres; lot9, Ill nores; lot 10, 270 acres; lot 11, 161 acres; lot 12, 180 oacres 2 roods; lot 13, 231 oacres; lot 14, 162 aores I rood; lot 15, 131 acres I rood;lot 16, 136 acres; lots 17 and 18, 108 oacres each; lot 19, 129 acres; lot 20, 118 acres; lot 21, 112 acres; 1ot22, 91 sores; lot 23, 107 acres; lot 24, 94 acres; lot25, 110 acres; lot 26, 371 acres; lot 27, 129 acres; lot 28, 192 acres; lot 20, 1900 sores; lot 30, 173 acres; lot 31, 282 acres; lot 32,. 198 acres; lot 33, 175 acres; lot 34, 297 acres; lot 35, 178 aords I rood; lot 36S, 169 acres 3 roods.. . The upset price of the abcvo lots is £1 per sore.
AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, EDEN. On Thursday, the 29th day of November next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
AT TIlE POLIOE*OFrIOE, EDEN.. On Thursday, the 29th day of November next. SUBURBAN LOTS.-BDEN. Lot 1, 4 nacros 3 roods; lot 2, 6 acres I rood 35 porches-portions 8 and 9, on the south shore of Lake Curalo, in the northern environ of Eden. The upset price of lot 1 is £3 per acre, and lot 2. £2 los. per acre. TOWN LOTS.--BDE. Lots 3 to 6, 1 rood 35 porches eeoli; lot 7, I rood 39 porches; lots 8 to 12, 1 reood a35 perches each; lots 13 to 20, 2 roods each-allotments 8 to 20 of sectlon 17 Lots 2t to 28, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 8 of section 18. The upset price of the above lots Ie £8 per acre.
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
G" IOULBUON PRlO108 UIRI'NT. Wlcat, ItO. to 11s.Gd. 42 bushel. lourfi, d,£3 to ton; seconds, £83. -Bread, 7d,.to 8d. . .ran, 2t, Od, d1 bushel. Mats Oa. Od to 7s. I bushel ; wanted.' ' .arle,, 6. 42 bushel; wanted, Oatas, 6. Od. to s0.42 bushel.. , o d, £0 to £9 '1 ton. Rutter, fresh,, ito ls. Od. 4e lb.; salt ld; plenttfl. Cheese, non offering. Bacon, 7d. ' lbG. o 5gs, I& dozen, . - m , Potatoue £Sln, to £0 42 ton... . r, Onions, let. to 0oe. If owl. Fat Cattle, £4.t0s, to £T103 . T ohead, Calnes, £16G. to £11ta. $head.'"d Otoerp, 10t. to oes. 42 head.. Pigs, 4d, to 434d. 42 lb. Tallow, £10 to £80;2 ton, for good smplon. Hides, do. to 6s. oech,. Shcepiohtoos, 6d. to Gd. 42 tb. Carriaga 42 ton-Sydney to Goulhnrn £7 its. to L8; Gout burn to Sydney, £Li Goulburn to' lRusselt's S12 miles from tlibeon's Piltns), £14i Goulborn .to lelandro, £1L to £201 Goulburn to ttraodwood, £8 to £5 1Oo.
COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
COMMERCIAL. rIIf AtL Oeroce, Frlday ovennlg. oOresEs at the stores has been rather briskero than of late. No portioular arrlvals of produce or gold are reported, Thcre le ovary appearance of excellent croyn, although it some localities thle groat amount of rain es, said to have had a very prejudiclil olfet " . Moessrn. P. P. 1)1mAg AND Co. report .-Stook,-D-?unng ilt proeont week thie demand for horses lion been ao limited that It line boon almost impossible to effect sales, except at low rates. Woe have sold It hoad,-1 at £510s.I 1 at £31 los. ond 1 at £0. HIorse dray,£1110. Fat cattlo still In demnid t a draft in good condition would meet an excellent market here. Land. No demand. On Wednesday oe submitted two properties, hut hod to withdraw both. ,Sl?sro. FINLAY AND Co. roport:-We have little or no trans otitons to notify during tihe past week. The only drafts of rattle wideh have pTosed through tilsn market wore thirty hoad from the Iload dlstrlct. Throe yards to Mr. Thompsoa, o...
TUMUT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
Teu.urT ELQOTION.-The hon. the Speaker has issued a new writ for the election of a member for Tumut, The only candidate at present in the field is IMr, . W. O. Brackenbury, whoso address appears in another column. This gentleman was, we be lieve, gold-commissioner at the MIvor (Victoria) spte few years since; and on that and other gold fields of the sister colony became aequainted with the requirements of the mining community. His address is largely directed to the subject of gold. mliniag and he will, therefore, no doubt, receive a considerable share of support from those who pur sue that occupation in thoe Tumut district.-' Yase Courier.' RoAti rnoat Surrox FOREST.-It is deemed expedient to make a parish road from William Byrnes's 89t5 acres, to thel Old South Road, running through the lands of James Throsby, and objections thoreto peust be forwarded to the executive on or before the 19th November next. The plan may be seen at the police office, Berrima. MoULAEINcie, DcILt.sQUIN, ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
LOCAL.A YD .P1OVINCIAL. POLIco REPonT.-On Thursday, before thie pollc muagistrato and W. IL HIovcell, sq, one drunkard was fined lOs;, and Hannah Morton for stealing a tumbler from the bar of.the Builders' Arms, as mentioned in last issue, woas sentenced to one month's imprisonmuont.-Yesterday, before the same justices, oneo drunkard was fined lOs,.-John Molloy, charged with esocaping from lawful custody, wos re sanded till Monday.-Joseph Boss was charged with larceny. Mr. H. Mandelson deposed that h] was one of the firm of Mlandelson Brothers, of Tumut., On the 18th imnstant, prisongr delivered to him eight hogaheads of alo; witness examined each caskl; the contents were thick, and not like ale; three casks were all right as to quaolity, but not one was fiull; five seemed to have lhand water put in; the deflolency was greater than could have been caused by leakage, as much as twenty gallons being short in ato cask, and from five to te;; gallons from each of the others; witness took...
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
SYDNEY. ['ROM OUR OWN OOttnO.sIO'NDtNT.] Wednesday, 4 p.m. rOLITICAL. The Land Bill was last night again under con sideration in committee, and was gone through to tha 9th clause, inclusively. A feeling is gaining ground that tihe amendments introduced into the measure are greatly damaging It, and that, in faect, it will not be what is popularly required when it has passed through committee. There is considerable dissatisfaction at the restriction of free selection to the settled districts, for there is no strong con fidence In the anticipation that any ministry will te strong enough, bold enoun?h, or thorough onough, to put into force the provetions of teto Orders in Council, by withdrawing from theia squatters the lands at present called "unsettled." BIesides, it Is said, that Mr. Itobertson's estimate of 22,000,000 acres of land, as available for free selection in tite settled districts, is altogether beyond the markt, VWe shall see how the bill looks when it has got through its ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
Thrashing Machine. O10R SALIE, a FIRST-CLASS TIIRASHING MACHINE, Apply to - FUX 'AND SON, 6452 Auburn-streot, North. TO STAND. THIS SEASON, At Nimitybelle, ' TIlE SPLENDID IMPORTED DRAUGHT STALLION, SUFFOLK PUNCH. SFITIS magnificent horse was bred pt in Tasmania; stro, an im Sported draught horse, Emperor; dam, an imported Suffolk Punch mare. tie is fivle years old, good tempered, and a sure fool getter. Tents :-£9 10s. each' mare. Good and secure paddooks will be found for the mares, but no responsibilitysincurrod. ' ' All mares to be removoil by ltot January, 1861. DAVID DIELVIES, 6400 'roprietor. TO STAND THIS SEASON, ' At Rhyanna, THE SPLIENDII) ENT'IRI.FIORSEE, YOUNG CLYDE, (RInED Y MRi. WILMA0 ssIONsS.) 7 TOUNG CLYDE is a light J grey ; stands nearly sixteen ohands highi, with great muscular power and bone, and docileo in temper. l'el?lss:-Siogloe more, £2; for two or more mares, 355. each. ' Secure paddock with plenty of grass and water, but no responsibility incurr:d. ' Malr...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
PARLIAA?IENT'IARY. Tcs:5aAY-OcTaoao 23. Tate Legislative Assembly met at twenty-five minutes past three o'clock: Papers were aInd on the table by ministers, and ordered to be printed. TELEOIRAI'I VIA QUBANDETAN. Mr. rFonsTen asked the. Secretary for Works, whether a memorial had been received by the Government from the inhabitants of Queanbeyan, recommending the establishmoot of a telegraphio lino from Goulburn to Klandra via Queanboyan? . iMr. Anor.os stated that a memorial had bon re cealved, but only during tlhe present month. Tihe matter was, therefore, necessarily loft over till '1862, when the requisite provision would be mado hi the estimate, . , . . iRIDOtEB OVEIL THE LACIILAN; In answer to Mr. CUMINtos, thu SKCeETAnY ron. LAuDS said It was intended to place on a supple mentary estimate sums. for constructing bridges across the Lachlan, tihe Eugowra Creek, nnd the Bellubulla Creek. 1MPOUHDIO 111LL., Mr. WATT moved for leave to bring in a bill to amend the Impounding Act. Mr....
CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, TUMUT. On Monday, the 26th day of November next. COUNTRY LOTS.—BUCCLEUCH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
CROWN LANDS SALE. AT Tno PoOEo.OFFICE, TUMUTr. On Monday, the 26th day of November next. COUNTRY LOTS?-BUCCLEUCII Lot 1, 33 acres; lot 2, 46 acres; lot 3,43 oacres; lot 4, 53 acres; lot 5, 45 acres I rood; lot 6, 24 acres I rood 32 perches; lot 7, 32 acres; lots 8 and 0, 45 acres each; lots 10 to 12, 40 acres each; lot 13, 69 acres; lot 14, 51 acres; lot 15, 60 acres I. rood; lot 16, 58 acres 3 roods; lot 17, 66 acres I rood; lot 18, 80 acres; lot 19, 54 acres; lot 20, 40 acres; lot 21, 23 acres 3 roods 13 perches;. ot;22, 23 acres 33 porches; lot.23, 40 acres; lot 24, 50 acres; lot 25, 40 acres; lot 26, 22 acres I rood 8 perches; lot 27, 21 acres I rood 16 porches; lot 28, 54 acres; lot 20, 54 acres I rood-portions 1 to 29, near the Villago Reserve at Yarrangobilly, on and near the Yarra;a gobilly River, about 28 miles south-easterly from Tutout. Lot 13, 15 acres 8 porches; lot 31, 23s acres 2 roods 32 porches; lot 32, 26 acres 1 rood 30 perches; lot 33, 30 acres 3 roods 9 perches;...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
. MJlSOCLLANEOUS. BllrasM91 DISUEA D OP1 HUMAN LiF,.-* iThe doctrine of' thi' transinigrationrf of soula forms an ingredient of the Bu]dhist oreed, and one offoot of this strnngeo supesrstition is, to renlider its votaries singularly indifferent to the dleatruotion of human life, oven in ,oisos in vwhich they may boe individnully conciirnied. I was rantloher amnnused on the occasion of tihis visit (though a littlo alarmed at the snio tinme) on observing an instance of their cool iniporturbability, during tho progress of a scone which most people would bo likely to conzsider as rather torriflio in its nature. A aInrgo numbhor of artizansa (Burminese) were em. ployed in gilding the lofty spire oftlheopngod, for the accomn'phlshmont of which objectthey were mounted on a high hbamboo ladder, eheut' thirty foot brond, and some hundred and fifty in height, very loosely constructed and not fixed nas na soaffolding, the top merely resting on the spii'e, and thio.foot on the ground at thi ba...
WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
W sDNESDA"Y-00ronDn 24. The council met at n quarter past four o'cloel, Mr, WANT gave notieo of a motion for an address for returns in reference to lands resumed for railhvway purposed. p1te COLONIAL SEOncTAnY laid upon the table fur ther correspondence on the subject of steam postal comaunioasiton, r UPIERit lOu5E BILL. The CoL.oNIAt, SenoETAniY moved the second read ing of the Legislative Council Bill of 1860. He ex plained the prinoiples of the bill. Mr. DoUoLASs moved that the bill be referred to a selectcommittee,' Mr. BrLAN supported the second reading. Mr. DOAs Tsnoirson opposed the bill, urging that the pubil welfare couod only be insured by having "dissimilar" bodies, and quoting from American authorities in support of his views. Mr. BouoN RtussnaB. supported the billas likely to meet tihe general cry for a change in the constitution of the Council." ' Mr. Joneso opposed the measure as one deatruo tire of the system of checks required to restrain popular impulses, and witho...
DEAD HORSES. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
DEAD HORSES. To the Editor of the Herald. Son-Through tbo valued medium of your inuluen. tial journal, I would call the attention of our comn munioy to an growing evil ullit injurious to utore. hocorsa nod tradesmen. I altudo to that of reok. lessly opening accounts by the former with mechan. los, the result of which is the almost compulsory em ployment of thu non-paying tradesmon, to the ex clusion of the punctual paying tgmn, in order to pro. auro the debts otherwise unobtluinable. Now, Is this fair to hin who regulurly meots his engagements, and is It likely to be advantageous to thu employer? for if the employed is not willing to disohargo his debt, is it likely he will faithfully uxo auto work, for which ho knows he will recoivo but a moiety or perhaps nothing. Certainly not-in trade arlance he will work out the dead horse as scamp. igly as possible. " hav frequently, when applying for work, been met with the reply, " well, so and so owes sm money which I cannot get, else you s...
TRAMWAYS THROUGH THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
TRAMWAY. TIlltOUGII Tu1, COLONY. .' (Fromi the ' siilMalidl ?Mercry;) Wn think the country gonerally will gladly welcome the substitltion of tramways for the far more costly railways, if a practicablo and praotinl .shomeno for construnting. thornem has boon devisoedl. It lhais ailwnys seomed to us that the Govornor-Genodal's original proposi. tion of a network of railways; to lio worked :by:horso-power-in fthact of a network of tramway--was infinitely bettor suitod to the circumstances of this colony than the proposi tios to liersist in constructing railways for stenam locomotives. As put by the Governor, himself an experienced ong'inocr, the proposi tions was priaotionlly thalt of subshtituting for our prosoent natural roands, on all the chief l'lines o0 trnflio, a woodon road, or a wood and iron road, built especially to ont'ry vehioles loaded with the prodico of theo country, and with the imported imerohaindiso going into .the interior. Hodiid not put boruwnrd any exact ccidula t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860
LAGGAN. MI. .TOIIHN TUtNIIULL has been appointed .1 agent for this Journal at Lnaggan, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, ua dvertisementb, and orders for job.printing. Wanted, TN town or country, by a YOUNG COUPLE, a SITUATION-the man as General Servant, the woman an Cook or Laundress. Apply at the SHerald' office. 6684 Shepherds Wanted AT. :'Pomoroy, on the Upper Wollandilly. .-1 ' amileos proferred. Apply to 6.. THOMAS .WOOER, 6733 , Pomeroy. 'Wanted, (ý OOD 0 SOUND RYE, STRAW. Apply, to THOMAS MUSGRAVE, 6744 . Saddler, Auburn Street. Notice, ffllIE. nderslgned bogs to notify to all parties In 1 deobted to himr that all:accouonts 'standing over six months will be placed in the hands of a solicitor for recovery, if not settled within fourteen days from the present date. N J. MORONY. Manilrn, 2,th October, 1860. 6699 Notice, A LL horses, and cattle, running on. the 3. Arthurslegh Estate, except thoso on Agist mont, will be Impounded, after this date, wlthout respect to per...