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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860

;~ THET BEE-BIVEm. NOTICE OF REIMOVAL. - EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the 0 Ipremises lately oecupied by them in Auburn mreet to their noe premises ,.Opposite the Market-square,:: AUBURN-STREeT. 4049 Notice. of Removal. . M. DE BARR, -: Iolesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, ) " ~SPECTFULLY becgs to intimate that he r-LV bo NOW REMOVED .iom his late residence, Slone...trect, to the premises " e?ily occupied by Mr. Willinam Fletcher, .'NEXT DOOR TO TIHE 'IHERALD' OFFICE, :U5DURN-sTREET, GOULBURlN. 4.131 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MIAKER, UPHOLSTERER,' AND FIRIENCHII POLISHETR, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignamn's. URNITURE REPAIRED AND RE-POLISIIED. 4592 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water . ;Lemonade Sarsaparilla dinger-Beer, and A.-ll kinds of Cordials. tRDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at ?toended to. . ]MANFiACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. CO OIVLA. BENJA1'IN DE LISSA EGS to Inform the inhabitants of Cooma and the surrounding...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860

SYDNEY. a LnROU OURv OWN CORnESPONDENT.) Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. a To-monnow is the day of noamihation for Canter bury, but nobody seems to take muchl ilaterest i tile a event. It is plain enough which way everlhing is udintg. Before six molthls I expect that we shall have Mr. Muarrayns whilohtu bete noir, " tile old domi nanet party." ia power aogain. sir HIery \Vatson Parter, olr v ritable carlpet keight, has arrived ill the 'Star of Peaee,' anti prabhably we shall have Sir Stuatrt D)onaldson here bIefore long, as I suppose he is only waiting for that disaiuction. We shall seoi lave hnighlts enough to set up a parliumeotury round-table; anti it would nott be a bad thing if they oponed lists on the cricketing ground in the domait, and endeavonred to carry their mcusure$ at the spear's point. Mr. liorster, true to hi, "traditions." is trying all hIo knovws to upset or suspendl the Assessmcni Act. lie has luid somne corresplodencee o tile tatle, frlnom whichIl it onlh appetrs that ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860

PEHn Aps in no country under British rule do we find so much cattle stealing as in Aus tralia. Many moons have hosn employed to check the growing evil, but hitherto without a particle of success. Fat and saleable cattle disappeatiicr as usual, and under more antudacinous circumstances. Trie lmarauders do not only visit the distant and lonely runs of thie colony, but no almost to the frnr'; door of tih settler, and select thle well bred fronm the ill, and the fat from the lean. It has been wondered at thalint government, tle collective wisdom of the colony, lhas not found out means to stop tie canreer of those who have an illegal love for fat and saleaible beef. But ihas not the governOment done na muith nas can be reason nuly expected '? Tlie police en a whole hiave not been remiss in their duty to ferret out and bripmg delinquents to justico. But are not their efforts and successes laughed at? Is not the evil increasing instead of diminishiing?' The constables many justly comulilai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860

S Wanted, A STEADY, good-temperei MAN, as GROOM, who can handle horses and is willing to be use ful. 4e6l W. P. FAITIHFULL. Wanted, HREE or FOUR PAIRS of FENCERS. Apply to ISAAC SHEPHERD, Junior. 819' ' Whcco "·' ?Wanted, ?. BLACKSMITH; one who can shoe. Apply to J. H. KING, Sloane street. 4832 Groom or Storeman. T"TANTED, a situation in either of the above ', capacities, by a single man, who can be vwell recommended. No objection either to town or .ountry. Address J.S., office of this paper. 4874 The Municipality of Goulburn. 'J1 ho Town Hall, Goulhurn. 31st January, 1860. N OTICE IS HEREB Y GIVEN, that a meeting of the Electors of the shove lMunicipality will be holden at the Town IHnll, Argyle Iluildings. Auburn-street, Gonlhurn, on TUESDAY, the seventh day of FEIIRUARY next, at the lour of Twelove o'clock at noon, for the purpose of nlomainating and electing three Aldcrmen. one for each Ward. namely -Centro Ward, South Ward, and North WoVrd, in tie room of Aldermen Davies, Thorn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

NORRIS AND BARBER, Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger Beer and Cordial I A N U P A C T UR 'E , •CLIFFORD AND SLOANE STREETS,' OI'POSlT TrluE "HOSPITAL, GOULB URN. 4624 Moderator Lamps. fIHESE justly far-famed lamps, which not only fill the room with a'rich soft light, but form a very handsome ornament,'are now (n ,view at the show rooms of the undersigned, in. overy conceivable design. Many of these, viewed as works of art, are worthy the inspection of connoisseurs ; the beauty of the painting on some of the vases, and the groups of fine bronze casting are especially worthy of notice. The prices of these lamps vary from tifteen shillings to ten guineas each. IIREDALE AND CO., 4289 George-street, Sydney. Chandeliers and Brackets for MLoderator. Lamps. IREDAT.E AND CO. have just opened an assort ment of very handsolme bronze chandeliers and brackets for moderator lampsj the brackets are especially suitable for the ball-room, hall, and stair IREI)ALE AND CO. 4288 Georgo-street, Sy...

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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE (Continued from our last.) MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

NED RAyAOED):A ATALE OFFTBE BOTTLE, (Continied ?rim our last.) Our hero has sustatited a sad reversn; he hushud a .terrible sihp and fill, mostunex pected by imsellf and lemost incredible to his frienids Indmed,'the rcailer mii perhaps be incredulous, and consider so violent a plunge into debacehery as out of all proba bility, in the case of a' young man of habits so temperate, at.d a character so good, as Ned's. BHis cht acter hitherto, so fthi as this world is concerned, was certainly good ; he did not .murder, rob, swear, nor irink, and was con iidered trustworthy and hardworking by his fellon-men. But what of his character as a Christitu ? Was he a iChristian any further "than having been mtade so at his baptism ? "We' will seo. Of Old PJack's career in his young'er days no record exists; tid if one did,.there is little rasonn to suppose it would shed a lustre upon tihe name of Ilaymtond. Jack's trifling unecdlotes of his yo?ilthl all tended to ,prove it had lee.n a very wild, a...

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COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

COZMEMRCIAL. "Hausn.n" Office, Fridayevening. WE have little or nothling to report this woeek. Harvesting is about over; the crops generally have been got in without damage, and are nearly equal to the average. SMessrs. Emanuel and Son report the purchase of 15 bales, and Mr. Benjamin of 10 bales wool GOULBURV. £ s. d. £. s.d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 26 .0 0. to s 0 0 o Seconds, ditto, ditto......... 24 0 0 0 0 0 Wheat, perbushel :.;..... 0 9 0 0 0 'Bran, ditto .........6........... 0 6 0 0 0 Oats, ditto 0 5 6 0 6 0 Barley, ditto . ........... O 4 6 0 5 0 Maize, ditto, new 6..... 0 0 6 6 THayperten ..... ......... 0 0 10 0 0 Potatoes, ditto ......... 8 0 Baon, per lb., scarce ...... 0 10 0 0 1i Cheese, ditto, plentiful...... 0 0 5k 0 0 6 Salt butter,plentiful ...... 10 0 12 Fresh ditto ... 0 3 0 1 6 Eggs,per dozen ...... 1 0 0 0 0 TFowls, per pair 0 2 6 0 . 0 " Turkeys, eaoh ............... 0 5 0 00 eese, each ........... 0 0 0 Ducks, per pair .i ......... 0 4 0 05 0 Cattle, f...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

(0 VTE?NMENT1 NO TICES. IMI'OUONDINGO. At Goulburn, on the 25th day of Janoury, 18l0,. from the estate of J. J. Moore, Esq.; damages and driving 3s. per head:-Bay mare, off hind heel white, star and snip, apparently HiG or tIC off shoulder, HC with JIH under near shoulder, illegible brand on near neck; bay filly by her side unbranded; bay mare, near hind foot white, ED with K under near shoulder, DD off shoulder; brown yearling cott.un. branded; bay horse, black points, AlH with S over the A near Sboulder smanill .tar-irsfdrehead, -switch; tail. If not released, they wvill be sold on the 23rd IFeobruary next. - John Passmore, Poundkeeper. 6s. 3d. At Bungendore,.on the 18th day of January, 1860, from Currendouly, for trespass in open pasture land; damages and driving Is.:-Blue sided cow, ear marked milking side, illegible brand like s2B romp milking side.-Also, on the 19th, from Fairfield, for same cause; damaies and driving Is. 8d.:--Bay horse, black points, MC near shoulder. - Also...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Messrs. P. DIoNAat AND CO. report:-Stock. There has been no relief to the depression lately re ported in this market, there being no inquiry for any' description of stock. Horses are quite un saleable, unless of a really good cut, and then only at reduced prices. We have sold 4 head at from £7 7e. to £9 10s. Land.-We had to withdraw the properties advertised for Wednesday last, the at tendence not being sufficient to justify a sale. Pro duce.-In this market there has been some activity, owing to reports of the high rates rnling for forage at Braidwood and elsewhere. Hay brings from £9 to £10. Oats scarce and in demand; price nominal. J. PFULolAMS (successor to H.?Greig,) reports having sold, on Monday last, at the now cattle yards, BourkeAstreet, 43 head of fat cattle, in four lots. Pirst yard, 11 head, Simois, at £4; second yard, 1I head, Simons, at £3 17s. 6d.; third yard, 11 head, Dempsey, at £4 2s. 6d. per head; fourth yard, 11 head, Thompson, at £3 16s. per...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

We err if we go to tie theatre expecting there alone to witness comedy; if we look, we may find it in every form, shade, and combination of society. Wheresoever it ex ists it will ooze out even among tears, as well as in the midst of ronring, ranting laughter. Is there not comedy amid our senators-our grave, solemn, erudite senators? They are the embodiment of the ludicrous in their pro .fessions of over exertion. They not only puff their distinorive lrinciples, but their puffing' makes them puff; they are over laboured, and they are dying daily in the midst of a jolly life. In the political world there must rbe a great deal of roguery, or patriotic honesty, of hypocrisy, or profound piety. Every one who has become public in political life hes a panacea for political evils-a sure cure for all national rnlaldies, and all who do not ac knowledge the infallibility of the remedy are adjudged enomies to the country, if not of all morality. All politicians are patriots, that is, they so n...

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

COUNTI Y NE JIV. LACIILAN DISTRICT. (ioms our aeon Corrl,opoudent.) Since my last communication the weather has been very sultry. The 22nd, 23rd, and 24th ultimo, were the hottest days over witnessed (by tho white inha bita?ts) in this district. So great was the heat at I o'clock, p.m., of the 23rd of last month, that farm servants and others had to desist work from I to 5 p.m. The heat at this moment. is as high in tho ehade as it was in December 1854. which was recl oned to be the second hottest summer since 1840. To give you an idea of the-great heat on the above days, the water in Bland Creek evaporated, in twenty-four hours, twenty-eight inches. The creek . has a fall of about twenty-nine inches in a mile. This data will give you a pretty good idea of the great heat. Stock on the back runs look well. POSTAL AItRc?NGMENTS.-In a former communi cation I mentioned to you that Mr. Murray had the contract ofthe mail. Since I find that that gentle man t. ndered, for four years, as fol...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

*SYDVNEY. LFHOI, OUR OWN CORILRESPONDENT.3 - Thursday, 4 p.m._ POLITICAL. Mr. MlnrAY is duly installed as Speaker. Thou hast it now--King, Cawdor, As the weird women promis'd. MIr. Murray confoeses that this was the goal of his ambition; but I fear that, unless he devote very serious attention to the character, he will be but a I)ogborry of a Speaker, so flr as law is concerned. iHe gave a remarkable decision last night. Arnold, in the heat of debate, alluded to Oxley as a "political partisan." whereupon an appeal was made to the chair. and AIr. Murray decided that the words were unparliamentary. This is putting a very fine point upon it indleel, and shows that the new Speaker is not at all inclined to allow the snioe lati tude to others that he seized for himself. Sir Daniel Cooper displayed somewhat too much emotion ont leaving tile chair, and left it open to ill natured people touay that le had adog-in-the-smesger gerish sort of feeling on the subject. The shorn ad dress which lh...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

PAR LIAAUf AT TA RY. TUESDAY-JANUARtY 31. Lthe proeetllnga of this tny woere briefly oumoanrlsde by ela:trle teo1eraph to our tooL We oow procetd wt our usual report.] In the Assemohly the Speaker took the chair at twenty minutes past three o'clock. P ETITIONsB. Several petitions' were presented, among others onoe by Anr. OxteY, fromo certain Rlolmn Catholic inhabi tants of Hlerrima Sutton Forost, and ll ittagolg, praying that oa sum, in proportiont to the Romanu Catlloli Hsection of the population, may be deducted froml the amlount voted for National lEducation, and specially set apart for Roman t.atholio Education. I\Ylll tl A U'II IttiLAND. Mr. W?u.soc, a chairmat of tile select committeo appointed to inquire into the alleged faicts set forth in the petition of the above individual, brought up the report, which was ordered to be printed. DESPATClES ItL^TtOING TO TitHE ASSEiSSMNT ACT. Mr. P'LU?Ht~rr asked the colonial Secretary " W ther there is any truth in the rumour that a desp...

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(From our Cooma Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

(From our Cooma C'rreryondont.) Since my last communication I have seen aperson who went out to see the diggings, and on whoso tes timony I can place the fullest reliance. Ie states that the population there is now from 900 to 1000 persons. The diggings are on the high table land, similar to all the Monaro plains. but the diggers are all encamped some considerable distance off, owing to the want of wood, and no drays being there to cart it to the plains. There is no sinking deeper than six feet, and the principal of the gold is in the river. At the present time there are only two sluice boxes and three cradles there altogether; so that the greatest part of the gold is obtained by washing with a tin-dish. Stores are very plentiful, and there are two butchers there now--beef and mutton being plentiful. It would be impossible to work the mines after the end of April, so that those who are getting payable quantities of gold would do well to pause before they leave for these diggings til...

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WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

Wr.nea?Sne--retUtAet 1. In tle .eagirlatlvo Coun.il, tle .llitor-aaenernl moved the eccoed reallhngof th La I.d Tilthe i e a.raltoln Pll, and the Iand Tafe and Itegistry ]1ill, which iter sollle daebte, waere orderd tat rte rr to he Seleel coalimttee ? thle retltta tion of daeds, he. Tile reet of tlie bllstiea w eal unlmportant. Tie Assemhly met at twenty-eighl t mnllute post eleven, pro relaed to orealenat lt onea,nnd pirentetd the naw speaker to Illa Exeallency. on return, the UlTnoe atiorntated till three o'aelok. On re-aswemhlln a Illernttu wats retl from tle Illa Excal leney the Governor-General, repectlng tle OPFlCEH8 oP THle 110159P. Tile enls:tago elated tlhat the Governor-General wiould direct that, for the fatltre, tile Speaker hlonhl ie conmadtted with re gardt to hle appointment of tlhe oMlerA of the Ilonae. SECRETARY F OR WORKS.( In answer to Mr. TahtrteiK, the e'eOtIAL SEeP.EARnY ahid, heo tould not fix cny tlnle when the Secretary for Public Woreh eouhel ceare to hial...

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SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. (From a CorrcepondLet.) TIIEoE diggings, situated on one of the streams flowing from the Snowy Mlountains on to the Taon tandra and Gibson's Plains, are yielding up their auriferous deposits to the fortunate miners wbo have located there. There are at present at work about seven or eight hundred, extending over a distance of seven miles on the river, and all apparently well satisfied with their prospects. The gold is of a coarse and nuggcty character, about equal in value to the Omeo gold. The sinking at present is shallow -about four feet. I saw one prospect this morning from a tin dish, which yielded about one ounce, and from the different accounts I hoard and saw, expect, these will be the richest diggings yet discovered in New South Wales;- but they have the drawback of not being able to be worked during the winter months, from the snow. which lays very deep, and the first of which may be expected during the month of April. But tile miners will have a good ...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

L[rern .LCeram Te.OPn·rr.1 TflURsDAY, FEClRUA1 Y In the Aecemlly resolutions wer pnRual In fnvonr of rubal 8lslllr: Jlvn telegraph line for twernty-onle yelars, on conldition thant thle line be completed in1 threeo yers. llodgeon liels given noticre of miotion condemnatory ofth dedpplreles en the Assessmelnt Actl, and of lWlthloldtugte despatohelle from l'nrllamcalt.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

iTn (:nRREsPONND.NTS. * OflIMWDntrs roust her. In mind thit Ioltttin tended for tak thllro lnnt th, eIrlll lhmunteu tt. W. ca'nnol under. tak t~l o reduce (hrircommunlestinns to resldhla shape.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

THE BEE- HIVTE. .OTICE OF REMOVAL. "1 NMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from tho Ja 'prerinises lately occupied by them in Auburn reet to hebj now promises . iOpposite the vMarket-square, AUBURN-STiREET. 4049 SCHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MIAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND " FRENCH POLISHER, IMontague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's, URNITURE REPAIRED AND . RE-PO.LISHED .. 4592 SIINNER AND CO. Soda Water - Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and . . , All kinds of Cordials. 1.:RDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at l..t *[oildc to. MAjANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, : . prly ,opposite Catholic Chapel, 9291 Goulbarh . COOPJZ A. BENJAkMIN DE LISSA DEGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and .B the surrounding district that ie has taken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell iny. good`entruste to his charge. Commission strictly moderate. 4600 .. [A CARD.] TUNA . ATCTIORT 1V2ART, ADJOINING BRIGHT'S HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. BUCKNELL AND CO. Auntio...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860

CALA3NDAR. D.yr of Ithe perk Daylh of rlr Su W oon'. SATURDDY :........... Yob 4 D2T 7 0 0 SUNDAY ............... 6 0_0 7 90 10 MONDAY .... C 00 7. 0 II TUESDAY:..... ....... 7 6 el 7 1 12

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