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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860

SKINNR . &r NOWLAN, Soda Water Leinonado and Coidial Manufacturers, PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC RCIAPEL OVLRNIER STriEET) GOULIURN{. ;04 GEORGE )AIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn; LIVERPOOL IROAD, EGS to inform hisl friends, and the public goner , |) ally, that ha has taken the 1WULWA .REI ZNN, adjolnlng Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguouse to the town ofGoulbarn, and on The direct Rbad to the Snowy River Diggings, as ewell Ps to Biraidivood, Bang?endoro Qeaabaeyan, Guadareo, Odtai - &c:, -The' hous is replete with overy ceonveni?ico, and the: greatest care and attention will bh paid to the requirementi of tiavsllers" " 'there is a ;aSPLENDID CAMPING ,GRO UND, whar people can graza theira stck , Froo of Charge. ,'Hi I-NES AND ' SPIRIfITS, foree uality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the bedrootes .as comfortable as can be wishedi, THE. STABLING 'will be under the care of an attentive groom, and superintended by the advertiser hilssself . C- -. harge for Stabling : Cor...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860

Tun name of Stuart bids fair to occupy here after the most prominent niche in the temple of Australian exploration. If Sir Thomas Mitchell were now alive, he could scarcely fail to recognise in this enterprising traveller a man whose ideas, in reference to ex ploration, come up to his own; and who, avoiding more "coasting," was prepared to take his chance of good or evil fortune by striking out for the centre of the continent. But Mitchell, with all the iumense resources of a costly department, never achieved so brilliant a success as has 'crowned the efforts of Stuart and his two companions, travelling entirely without publio aid, and at their own cost and risk. Ihey have planted the ex plorers' flog on a hill three miles north of the very contre of Australia, and they had at tained to the latitude of 18 dog. 45 min. south on the 134 meridian of longitude, when they were driven back by the natives. The description given of these hostile aborigines is highly favourable to the assump...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 October 1860

oAL!.?VDARt, D.7. of the Month.7 o Sun elm, gun iota Apeo. SATURDAY ..... ..Oct. 27 0 0 0 28 15 SUNDAY A . ,, 28 6 0 10 ]6 MONIOAY ........ tn 00 4 '0 00 20 4 TUtIS t)AY........ 00 6 6 0 21t 16 SATUIWAY, OCTOBER 27, 1800.

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IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

IMPORTANT' DIBsOVIRY.--ONE OF TTHI SEVEN WONDERs OF THE WORLD UN riAnnTIEp.-A. correspondent of the 'Boston' Transcript' announces the recent discovery. of the Manuso:eum, one of the seven .wonders of the ancient world. Everybody has read of the story of Artemesia, that most inconsolable of widows, who when her husband (her own brother, by the way), Maisulus; King of lIalicarnassus, died, drank his ashes in her grief, and erected to his memory a monument, which for grandeur and magnificence, was called one of the seven wonders of the world. Guided by Pliny and other writers, Mr. Ne(vton pitched upon a miserable hamlet in Asia Minor as the site of this ancient wonder. Haviengobtainod the consent of the Turkish, Government, the next thing was to purchase the rights of jealous occupants of the soil, a matter of no small difficulty. One old woman loaded her musket, and declared by the Holy Sepulchre, that she would neither sell nor budge.. However, on being offered money enough td pay t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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MARRIAGE IN LOW LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

MARRIAGE IN LOW LIFE. (Fron Chambrre's Journal.) A vISIT paid very recently to a clergyman, whose duty lies on the eastern border-land of London,, brought some, of: the peculiarities of marriage in low life very forcibly before us.. The church to which our friend is attached has a reputation for fortunate bridalsi; ind is consequently in favour,; with the people, who crowd thither, that their vows:may be pledged in an auspicious place. :It requires some watchfulness on the.l prt of the incumbent to prevent the inhabitants of neighboring dis tricts from stealing in and: claiming Iis good offices illegally; 'for it'is'necessary that one or other of the bridal coulple must reside for a fortnight at leiast in the itirieh'where they wed. Tlhe groat event is heralded by the "bans," or asking in church, for thrpo fol lowing weeks; 'and it appeared to us that an hour. scarcely .passed at the ..parsonage witli out an application bIing made to that effect. The bethrothed pair',generally came ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

Wanted, At~MARRIED COUPLE; tho woman as COOKIC Snd t'li mant to work in the store;' Apply to Mr. BROAD, Old Argyle Store :9 . °A;N':', Intelltgen t Li) " for ,a'. Beoksoller's' Shop. .tji:oquir atthe stook Meort."j F,;`,: ;.', (ý N·n~ s. .S.. L E ':by .tite =cerlunder ' artell's brand W: I.rum SLowndes's old thmb : Geneva, key brand " ..,r oase brandy, various:, brands Champagne, pints and quarts - :Bysriesale and porter, pints and qoarts Belmont and Nova candles Colonial sonp : : Piklles, sardines, oigrs Wax voslas, throoe-bushel bags S&c.,' &"c, &o. WILLIAM WALKER, WHOLESALE STORES, 627, _____GOULBURN. Stolen or Strayed, RO:1 near BOWNING, on . Saturday, '22nd ' L.. September, One BAY. DRAUGHT HORSE, black points, small star, RII near shoulder, CO near side neck, S: JN off shoulder, sixteen hands high, Fi o Pounds reward, if strayed, will be paid on delivery to Mr. JIOHN A. DALLAS, Brawlan, near Guldogali or, If stolen, Twenty Pounds on oun .viction, ofthe ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

M COMMERJCIAL.. [Unltes otherwise expressed, thle prices quoted In this article are those In transactions between the producer and the first pur eeaser ;notl no between one dealrer ond another, much lees tisthe retail pricesel IeaneaA PnuoM' CeannOnT.-lWheat, I0s. per bushelt;1 fle flour, Ots, per 1OU lbs,; seconds, '2Bs. ; bread, Ph, per O.lb, oaf; Sbran scare; thate, none; oats, m s. k d to 7u. per buhel ; hay,sbetL cuality, £9 pereton fresh butter, led. per lb.; sall, led. checer, 'ad.; bason,.7d, to Sd.; eggs, td. per dozen ; potatcee, £s to £0; peor too pork,' fresh, 4 d. per lb, ; bhotfUy thequarter, ad. per lI SeAteao Intneo CeeOteoT.-Pirne flour, peir ton, £0th wLent, per bushel, lies; bran Is, Od.; motse, 10s.; hay, £1 to £?l per ton, potatoes, per cot lOs. to Ile.; fresi butter, per tb., is. to Is. edt; salt butter, per lb., Od.; cheese, 7d, t :d:; bacon, Cd.. to Old. Qannbeanrn Pelos tennNT.--Whert, per bushel, ll.f d, to ?si.; flour, fine per ton, £49; seconds, £401 brea...

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THE MELBOURNE PRIZE WHEAT AND BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

TIHE MELBOURNE PRIZE W\IIAT AND BARLEY. (Flrom the SouthAuesralian Farm aiid Garden.) Tim Governor Of Victoria has lately" sent to the Governor of thils colony sainples of the prize wheat and barley, shown at Melbourno in April last, the foirmerof which, is said to have beaten the 'Adelnido priee Wheat of February. These samples .Sir Richard Mao Donnell has kindly transferred to the South Australian Agricultural and' Iiorti ciiltural Society;'. annfl we need hardly say that they have considerable interest among our farmore, who ofeoulrse, are very anxious to see what grain their, noighbours are growing, and to ascertain precisely how far the superiority of South Australian produce is real or imaginary. The wheat sent from Melbourne is un doubtedly a very fine sanmile-the grain is small,'regular, and beautiful in' appearance. Its weight is sixty-seven pounds two ounces to the bushel, the weight of thli' prize wheat at'the last Adelaide Show havilig been sixty seven:pouadiseight and a...

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STUMPING BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

STUMPING BY ' FIRs.. . (From the Illoawarra Mercuryr.) WHIiN stumpt s are quite fresh it is very diflicult to burn them out. They require much fuel to ignite them, and it has tll to be carried to them, for it is generally impossible to break any off them, Still, though the operation is difficult, and not always profitable, it is never impossible. When the ground is required for the site of a house, garden, lawn, or orchard, the easiest way of eradicating the stumps, whether old or now, is to burn them out. But it is doubtful whether it would pay to burn out fresh stumps from a grass pad dock. Old stumps, well dried and somewhat de cayed, are easily eradicated by fire,. far more easily than most people are aware of, provided the operator have patience or opportunity to persevere till lie Acquiros the art of doing it quickly and effectively. It is not every man who can make a fire at his first attempt, and some are slow to learn after many attempts. But every one may succeed if he try...

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THE MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

THE MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. To thle Ediltor of the Herald. Smn,-I beg to tender you my acknowledgements for your kindness and promptitude in furnishing your subsoribers with an "Extraordinary" on Saturday last, informing us of the defeat of the ministry on the free selection clause of the land bill, and giving us some wholesome advice and counsel on tlot im portant event. I hope your subscribers will take care of the little paper, as it will form an excellent pocket-companion for the electors in the forthcoming general election, as that division list clearly reveals who 'ro the friends of the country and who are not anmd if the electors do not put the right men in the right place, in order to secure a liberal land meisure. they most righteously. deserve to have to put up' with the con sequences, and should quietly hereafter leave these "lords of all they survey" to survey the little por tion left at their leisure. With all due deference to you, sir, as conductor of the press, allow me t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

ON Saturday afternoon an extraordinary edition of this palor announced thio defeat of the Robertson ministry, on the vital principle of the land bill-freeo selection before survey. There were two errors in the division list as furnished by telegram. The name of Mr. Cloments appoared twice on the side of the ayes on Mr. Hay's amendment; and thie names of Mr. Doniohy and Mr. Gordon were transposed. In the first case Cummings should in one instance be road for Clements; in the latter case Mr. Gordon should be among the supporters of Mr. Iay's amendment, and AMr. Denichy on the side of the ministry. Those corrections are important. The error appears to have arisen through the list of a subsequent division having boon taken instead of the proper one. The correct list appears in our panrliamentary report in to-day's issue. The following remarks followed the tolo. graphic intelligence: "There is every probability of an appeal being made to the country. From private "information we believe ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

LOCAL AND PROVYINCIAL. Pohlsce RPnrooT.-On Saturday, before the police magistrate and W. IH. Hovell, sq., Francis Jones was charged with obtaining goods under falso pro. tences. Constable Wyatt deposed, that he appro. hended prisoner the previous day, at the instance of Mr. G, J. ur'ner; prisoner had with him a bundle, containing a blue shirt,' some tea, sugar, a loaf of broad, a. pair of moleskin trousers, and 'a box of matches; he.had a pair of tiew boots on his foot; all those articles were said by. Mr. Furner to have been obtained at his storol. Mr. Furner deposed that three weeks ago . prisoner came to his store; he. was driving a team belonging to Wilto, of Parramatta; on Friday last he again came to the store, and said that Wilbo's eooms were at Sidwell's, and that he was sent to order certain forage to be ready by the timo they arrived; prisoner obtained the things mentioned as being found in his bundle, representing that they were to be placed to the same account; from info...

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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

YDN EY. (FROMP OUL OWN OOtttnESI'ONDENT.] Saturday afternoon. Jr the Governor-General, and afterwards the elect ors of the colony, do their duty, it will ?.obably be found that the opposition have dug a pit for them selves. They no doubt considered that an excellent stroke of finesse was accomplished when they let the land bill go to a second reading, thus avoiding the popular odium attending thorough opposition, and depriving the Governor of the usual justification for a dissolution. But the trick is too transparent, I should imagine, to succeed; and it is plain enouglh that in opposing free selection before survey, tile op ponents of the bill have resisted its main principle. All that remains is to send them before thie country, in order that that tribunal may decide the point. But there are lnot wanting somto who'maintain that the Governor will not dissolve toll?ssembly. I can scarcely thlink that hlis.Excellency will. taho upon himself the responsibility of a refusal. The did si...

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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

IIOMI~ALA. (From a Corroujpondm?nt.) A publia mooting was held at the resilenoe of Mr. James Leonard, for the purpose of dluvising the boet means for the establisohment of a Catholic school in the township of Bombala. The attendance was not very large, but, in point of respeclability, equal to any that has been held in Iombuln. Mr. James Leonard occupied the chair, and, in tn able and appropriato manner, adverted to the im portanco of the business to be brought before the meuling. 1le then called upon Mr. RIoderiul Mc Donahl, who moved the first resolution, as follows:--" That in the opinion of tl is meeting, it is highly desirable that a Cathollu sol 0ol be established in this township." Mr. Thomas IHayes seconded tho resolution, which, oil being put to the meeting, was warmly received and carried unanimously. 'Mr.' P. Lanagan then moved the second resolue tion-"'That in the opinion of this meeting it is desirable thata subscription list be opened, for the purpose of providing a sa...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

PAiJIA MEA TAR ]. Tnounsur--OEro nssi 25. Tllo Legislative Council was engaged principally in debate on the Church of England Synods Bill which finally was adjourned. The debate on the Gold Duties' Repeal Bill was further adjourned, without being resumed, until Wednesday next. Thile Titles to Land Acts Amendment Bill was gone through in committee, and reported without amendments: and the remainder of the business was postponed until the next sitting day. In the Legislative Assembly after some business of no importance had been gone through, the House went into committee onil Tist LAND DILL, the consideration of which was resumed at the thirteenth clause, Mr. IDAY moved that the words " after survey as hereinafter provided" be inserted in the laus. IIHeo desired to enable the committee to determine at once whether the surveyor was to go before or after tihe selecter. They ought not slavishly to copy the American or any other system; but the permission to settle before any survey had ...

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MULGOWRIE CREEK, FISH RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

MULQOWRIE CREEK{, FIS RIVVER. (From a correspondent.) : In my last Imentioncd tho scarcity of rain:,in: this district during the past winter; however, thlero can beo no complaint on that score lately, for we have bren, blessed with genial periodical showers, which have benefitted the crops so much that, to all appearance, they will yield largely. ,, While the rains were welcomed by the settlers, not so with the party searching for gold-for after prospecting the Bolcanical Rangcs--where the "colour" was not obtainable-he descended to the Fish River, and there he found gold in almost every panfull of dirt he tried on the various bars, in some Instances oven in the drift. IIowevcr, it was im possible to bottom any hole on account of the swollen state of the river; lnd, consequently he has abandoned the experiment until summer. IF gold can be found in the drift, sod in the slate cropping out on the banks; sorely the bed of the river should contain sunlicient gold to justify a company gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

:"TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Rhyanna, THE SPL,ENI)II) ENIRI?IHORISE, YOUNG CLYDE, i (InED BY ln,. WILLIAM sl|?oNS.) Y -OUNG CLYDE is a light grey ; stands nearly sixteen hands high, willh great muscular Spower and bone, and dooilo in temper. ... 'lIEoe'r:-Single more, .2 for two, r more morcs 3$ eac. each. 1. Scoroe paddock with plenti'ofigrass 'nda.water, but no responsibility Incurred;:" : "-.' " . Mares to be titkon away before the Istof .Jannuary. " ' '0396 Notioe.: rIIIE undersignoll bog to inform Mining Com ipanies and.others ongaged in mining operations tlht they have oihvayson thansd nsi Issortmont of Quarl? crushing innhinolls ,' '..: "?"Pomps, witllpotont hose! ' : ,Picks, shovels Quniksilvr 'er And overy other requisite for lho minor. :. S... . N, RUSSEiG and C0;.' SydneyAugust1 '1860 64005 I?1HI IMIPOUNDING, ACT on solo'~t' I;Ib`H'nrld ,ll3bok?Mi trsnandt inn :Maohino:Printing Ofloo Price Is. post free, Is, 3d.: ' . , . . , , ? , • - D ENtLIQUIN, New South Wales, ! and. Ki...

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FRIDAY—OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

FRIDAY-0oTrOnER 26. The Assembly meot at twenty-five minutes past three o'clook.' PENSIONS TO OUSTOMB' OFFICERS. In answer to Mlr. EOAN, the COLONIAL TuicASUnEn said it was the intention of the Government to pro pose pensions for. Messrs. Garliug, Nash, andBrom. well, late officers in the Customs,. THE LAND BILL. The House then went into committee on the Land Bill. Mr. MARTIN maintained that the scheme of free selection in that bill, if carried into operation, would give rise to'endless litigation in their courts. Tihe only way to enable the people to settle on the land was to raise the staff of surveyors to \ho level of demand, whetever might be the cost. This was not a party question, and ought not to be so regarded by the Government. For himself, Ihe was prepared to support free selection within proper limits as an ex periment only. The minister tall:ed of abandoning the bill if defeated on this amendmouent tocompel pro. vious survoyt but it did not follow that the House should a...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

To CORRRS8PONDZLNT. A On VROIIWnArr and A FAIR Fsn:u Axn no TAron, roelttd tale yrrtov, ,rr o tnaenvidablylJlofPoind fill our nrjt .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

SIINNER. & NO(WLAIN, SSodaWater 'Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturors, ,. rPPOSITE TiUB: HE CAriOLIoC, CHAPEL O VERNER.STREET, GOULBURN, .544. GEORGE DAVIS, .' 'Late of the Bark : Huts =Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, 1)EGS to inform his friends, and the public goner 1' ally, 'that he has taken thte adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direot Road to the Snowy River Diggings, as wellt as to Braidwood, Bungendoro, Quenibeyao, Gunhdroo, Coomn, &c., &c. ? 'he house is replete with every convenience,, and the: grentost care and attention will be paid to the irelureqments of travellers. 'Thero isa . " .' SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, whiore people canrae grie, their siock Free"of Charge. ,TE ;JINEAS-Na SAPI?TTS, for itillity, will' hefound unsurpassed in the colony; thbe"bpd-rooms as comfortable as ncan be wished, and . '.; " THE STABLING ill be under the cro of an attentive groom, and superintended. by the advertiser himself. 'Charge for...

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