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

CALL DA~t. De.yof the Week. lay 0( sunr leea sun sets Moon'. WEDN ASDAY........... Ott. 8t 8 4 t 42 210 TIIURSDJAY....... ... N.I 6 3 0 02 17 PRIDAY ................ r. 2 2 0258 18

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

RIEMITTANCES. ARTIES remitting to this office, aro requested P to bear in mind that only penny and two penny stamps are of any use on the establishiment, and are particularly requested to send no others.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 October 1860

BIRTH. On Tuesday, the 30th instant, at her residence, Wesley Vale, Mrs. JAMES BROWN of a daughter. DIED, At Berebanglo, on the 19th instant, HENRY PATER- SON, aged 52 years, native of Caithness, Scot- land, leaving a wife and four children to lament their loss, and regretted by a numerous circle of friends. On the 26th October, at Bombalo, JOHN ALEXANDER Mc DONALD, beloved son of Mr. RODERICK Mc DONALD, storekeeper, lamented by all who knew him, after a a short illness, aged three years and seven months. " Suffer ye little children to come unto me." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1860.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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THE PRESENT CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

TIl: PI'IESENT CRISISs. (From the Empire.) The squatters have rejected the best terms that have ever been offered them--better terms than any they will ever have the refusal of again. 'he imnmense area of country taken up by them oince the 22nd I'ebuary, 1858, under pactori leases, although subject in pursuance of the government notice of that date to " any new or modified conditions the LJegislature might thereafter impose, " was to have been given tip to therm unconditionally for twelve, thirteen, or fourteen, years to come as the case might be, in consideration of their agreeing to free selection. T'hat boon they have forfeited; they were false to the conm promise. And the forfeiture is final, the people will nrever again consent to the abro g?aton in their favour of that celebrated notice issued on the date specified by aMr. Robertson. The negotiation on that point has been brought to a close. Otlher advantages to which they had no right they were also to hIve had accorded to th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

POETRY. Oh. Australis, the land of my heart, of my chrcse, 'Mlid the Isp t kling blue wates that recompjca thy sheree, Tho' fr Itritain I grieve, yet more oft I rejoioce, Fur, in lring her child, I love Albion tle more. O'er her gra?sy green plains, where the kangaroo springs, And the wild herds of cattle far onward I see, And the lake where the wild swan to swift ply their wings; Oh! the freedom of bmsh life is sweetness to mne. Throulh the leafy green trees darts the bright plumed bird, And sweet throats of thrushes there warble all And the robin,, saf tuning, their voices are heard. And brighter the flowers that roIake the wofdI gay. Is the monosrch wmre blessed on his ranopied throne, 'Mlidst glht.ring throngs who but flatter to pl.ase, Than I, who can call these broad acres my own? Oh, eo; for he feels not such blessings as these. Then three cheers for the flag of Australia the blest, Three cheers for the " Southern Cros.." Long may it be The guide to the mariner's signet of re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

Ironmongery and -Tinware Establishment. * iRE undersigned begs t intlimate that, in con= 1 sequenes of inferior goods haling been hawked about for sale, and it being stated that they were of his manufacture, in future all work turned out from his establishment will be siamped with his name. W. FLETCHER. Goulburn, 3rd August, 1860. 58600 TO STAND THIS SEASON,. At Arthursleigh,' THE IMIORTED DRAUGHIT ENTIRE, AJAX. A JAX IS A DARK ROAN, l rising three years old, stands 16}.hands high, is short in the leg, and of great power. Ile was got by Boxer, a celetrated prize horse, out, of Princess Boxer by W\ashhuurne's red roan, out of Black Diamond. AJAX is one of the draught entires, recently imported by 5Messrs. laur and Co., of Sydney, and which were selected by Mr. Willam Burt, from the very best breeds in England. Tennsi:-For one mare, £4 '4s. two or more, each, £4, Good paddeceks provided, but no responsibility incurred. As only a limited number of mares will be received, early applicat...

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A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN. SOMETHING TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

A WOMAN'S TttOUGt'rii ABOUT WOMEN. 5UMETiI5 T) IL. (From Clamber,' Jurral.) I I'nPJSe that these thoughts do not in clude mnarried women, for whom there are always plenty to think, and who generally think quite enough of and for themselves; therefore let them be! They have cast their lot for good or evil, have realized in a greater or less degree the natural vocation of our sex-woman jolned to man. They must find out its comforts and its responsibilitie', and e'en make the mo't of both. It is the single women, belonging to those supernume rarv-pale ranks, which, political economists tellu'u, are yearly increasing, who must need thinking about. First, in their early estate, when they have so much in their possession-youth, bloom, and health, giving them that temporary in fluence over the other sex which may result, and is meant to result, in a permanent one. Secondly, when this sovereignty is passing away, the chance of marriage les=ening, or wholly ended, or voluntarily Ent aside, a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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THE MAIL CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

Toi MAIL CONTnAoT.-A tolgram recolYved last evening from Mr. J. J. Roberts, announpes that heo a,has obtained tho contractrTor the conrvyanco of tho -,Sydnoy and Goulburn' malls,

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

COMMERCIIA L. IIIr.ADI office, 'rlday eolvening, iiesnoes durling thle last week has been ratlleher defull. Littleo produce Is arriving, but there is little demand for it, lessrs, Emanuel report the pumlroense of 4r ounces of gold from thle Weahed-away Creek, and 0 ouncers from Adelong. Mosers. IAlNAta Antl Co. roport--Stook. - The manrket remains much deprnsned, in fact Ithere Is little or no blomnes.s doing. ClorsesodullofalR. Ilave sold 0 hoed at from £2 160. to 14 10is soceveral head having breen wlithdrawn, Dray, £ 12100, ; carl, £11. Massrs. FlesLA AND Co. rport:--lThle sepply of catle during the past week hos been more thanol eual to tIne demand I con scluently tile high roer aIntely rullUg hove fallen co nalderrbly. Tls refer to muedlum cattle. A gootd opening still remains for n small draft of really prheo. On Tlhersday we sold one lhuu drled and forty hleand from tIle tatlon of Mlcsers. Whittaker need Ossley, at tile folobwing prices:-lot yard, .Mr. 'lhompsono, £0 0s. Od. ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

I"?IIJIA MEN 7U' t Y. Wrn?Aler- -OCTOcIIn 31. Mlr. RonErsolN explined, tlhat three ministries having been ousted, and four unsurceesful attempts to form other combinations having failed, the cabinet had advised a dissolution as soon as the necessary supplies for carrying on the public service could he ohbtained. Ills Excellency had agreed. lIe soved that the House adjourn till the following day. Several members gave explanations of their views, and of their reasons for voting, and the motion was then carried unanimously.

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DISTURBING PUBLIC WORSHIP. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

DISTURBING PUBLIC WORlSIP. To the Editor of the Herald. Smn,-As this wicked praliceo has madoe its ap pearance in one congregationsin this town, may I request jyou to draw the attention of the public to the 52 George, III b. 155, sec. .12. which enacts that: If any person or persons, t any time after the passing of Ctid Aol, do and shall wllefully and malliously or conltemp tuoasly dliqeuiet or disturb any seeting, ansembled' for religious worship, pIern ttel or autlorlsed bytltis Aot, or any lornlcr Act or Acts of Parleelont; or shall In acy way disturb, molest, or misuse suy preachIer, teacher or person oflcaileng at such lclceti?d, assembly, or eongregaionin, or noy person or persons there csseablled, such person or persons so ofendnllg upot proolfthereof before airy ustice of the iuare by tro or lre ocrelitable wltnrses, shall fill tweo suretlies to b l boued by recognlsnuces In tile lonal sumn or fifty pounds, to ansceer for such offence, ned Ile delnult of such sureties, slhal...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

CI'PER )LECTIIIO TEIfEOIIAPsr.] FpIIIJAT-NOVF) IE l 2. Yesterday in the Assembly, lir. Itobertson gave notice of motion, which he has moved to.night, to go into committee of supply. Mr. lorron has proposed as an amendment that it be an instruction to the committee only to vote the estimates in detail. The debate is proceeding and is likely to be pro longed. The amendment stands a great chance of being carried.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO HEADS OF FAMILIES, HOTEL KEEPERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND TOWN AND COUNTRY BUYERS. Great Clearing Sale of Bankrupt Stook. FPRANCIS GILES AND CO. H" AVING purchased the STOCK of Waltham . Rush, and Co., at a discount of fifty per cent, of' cost price, will hold a great CLEARING SALI of the same at their Premises, Denison House, Georgo street, Sydncy,rommencingon TIIIURSI)AY, the 1st of November. ATTENTION is INVIT'ED to the following list : Silk Department. 8000 yards of small cheek silk, reduced to 2s. 9d. and 2s. Ilid., ebtimated value, 3s. lid. and 4s. 9d, 500 rich check and stripe silk dresses, 29s. 6d., former price, 2 guineas 300 ditto ditto, 387. 6d., former price, 52s. 6d. 600 French silks, cross*over and stripes, 490. 6d. former price, 78s. 6d. 75 rich large French checks, 40s. 6d., worth 4 guineas 200 flounced silk robes, 3890. d., former price, 58s. 6d. 100 ditto ditto ditto, 52s. 6d., former price, 78s. Cd. 200'extra quality ditt...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

LOCAL AND PROV INCIAL. M?UHImtrAL CouCIL.--The council met on Thurs day. Present: the Mayor, and Aldermen Walsh, Collins, Fletcher, Byrne, Sibley, Dignam, and Wood ward. Tbe town.clerk read the minutes of the last meeting : also copy of a letter sent to the Secretary for Works, conveying the resolution of the council respecting the complalnts made of the road contracts, lie reported that no letters had been received.-The Mayor said that an inquiry was now being held. Hle had been asked to take part in the investigation, but had declined.-Alderman Walsh said that, see ing that the letter of the coincil was before the Secretary for Public Works, previous to the investi gatlon being ordered, and thgt the'government had not communicated with the corporation, the mayor was perfectly right in declininig although, no doubt, Mr. Bennett had acted courteously in m1lting his request. The inquiry was now being conducted befsore the police.mogistrate, a gentleman whose local knowledggewas very ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

PLATE GLASS, , SSORTED sizes, from 12 feeroot long, downwards i . FOR SA LIC t r , , F. A. JENSSEN, & Co., 207, Lower Georgo.street,: 6797 - . Sydney fiHEI friends of Mr. A. J. MoGIIIE are respect I fully invited to attend the FUNERIAIl of his late WIFE, Mary Ann, which will take place on SUNDAY EVENING, at 4 o'clock, The procession will move from her late residence, Auburn-street. C, FI'ZPATRICK, 6792 Undertaker, Wanted, AN intelligent LAD for a Bookseller's Shop. Inquire at the Book Mart. Wanted rlTWO GENERAL SERVANTS. Must be:well L recommended. No strangers need apply, to Mrs. O'BRIEN, 6780 Harp Inn, Goulburn. Shepherds Wanted A T Pomeroy, on the Upper' Wollondilly. Families preferred. Apply to THOMAS WOORE, 6733 Pomeroy Wanted, IN town or country, by a YOUNG COUPLE, a SITUATION-the man as General Servant, the woman as Cook or Laundress. Apply at the ' Herald' office. 6684 Goulburn School of Arts and Mechanics Institute. WANTED A COLLECTOR. A COMMISSION of ten per cent. ...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

To the Editor of lte Herald. Sm,--In your last issue there appeared a letter headed "Dead Horseos." I.feel obliged to Fair Competitor for bringing the subject before the publil, as 1 believe it to be wrong in principle, and, it therefore, must be wrong in practice. My motto is, " a fair day's work for a fair day's wages;" but this system of dead horses is quite opposed to that; it is just part and parcel of that monster evil, the truck system. Neither the storekeepers nor the mechanic derive any benefit from it, but vice versa. Does the Ihard-working man ever think how he wrongs him self and family by running up grocers and butchers' bills; let them consider that they pay a high price for inferior articles; instead of having a steak for' breakfast off the rump, they have to take it off the noeck, or anywhere else tie mall they owe the money to chooses, simply because they go without the money in their pocket. And if the storekeepers would' either cut the credit off those dead horse ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

CA LRrDAa. NJortlh. Alre.u DATURDAY 1 ov.. 3 1 5 1 1 0 SU\ D Y. ...4 I6 01 20 MO0NDAY . 2 0 I 5 0 21 TUID:DA Y. 0 42 6097 22

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

SKEINNJIER & NOWLAX; Lemonade ada Cordial Manufacturers, PPOSI'TE THEI CATHOLIC 1,0' -:OIIAPEL: G LYEAN]I BsR5TUEET,'GOUI).UJ N. 54 04 GEORGE 'DAYIS, Late of the Bark Huts- Inn, " '';: 'LVEiRPOL OA', BDEGS to inform his -frieds, 'and the public gener .J ally, that Be hirs taken .be ; ..IVtULWARB ZN.i N tdjoinalnn'g-hii'so Crossing- a o e t guious to tho *town of inbrli on STh direot Road to t noe 8nowy4RUiver Digginps, uiinderoo, C u eom t & ,, -&c :; . . .. " . . Thbo huso is. r plto withli'sry'convenience, and the greatestcaro and attention will be paid,to theo quiremnts of travellers.. ' .. There is SPLENDID ,CAMPING GROUND, whero people oca grazo their stock • „ ree of Charge. : i I.NES AND, , SPIRITS, for quality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the! bed-rooms' as comfortable ase can be wished, THE STABLING will'to under the care of an'attentivhe, groom, and sopcrintonded by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling: Corn and in any, quantity,...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

SYDNEY. (rnoM OUR1 oWN CORaIESPOliniDT. Wednesday afternoon. TsIo "ministerial crisis" has, of course, occupied almost exclusivo attention in the city since Friday last. Tihe meeting held in the Tempernceo Hall, on Monday night, was one of the most unanimous and enthusiastic that ever assembled in Sydney. The mayor was in the chair; some fifteen hundred people were closely packed in the hall, and. to my knowledge, scores went away unablo to get ad mittance. But, for all tills, it is to be regretted that only the old stock spouters could be got to speak on an impurtant oecnslonl like this. Mr. J. G. White and lMr. esrn James ole very good men in their way, but not exactly the sort of persoos who ought to take the lead in a great inational demonslratlon. However, the cause itself was so good tIat its nadvo cates became secondnry in the consideration of the matter. A petition for tile immediate dissolution of parlinment was adopted, and ycsterday a deputatlon, hleaded by the mayor, pre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 November 1860

DIED, At her residence, Auburn-street, Goulburn, on Fri- day, 2nd November, MARY ANN, the beloved wife of ANDREW JAMES McGHIE, formerly of Glas- gow, Scotland, aged 46 years. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1860. Owvlto to a press of advertlsements, received at a late hour, we are obliged to omit our leading article and much other matter already in type.

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