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POETRY. THE DYING SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

POETRY. TIHE DYING SAILOIL Oh, when upon the pillld brow, llss seOt Ihlle s l oif deIatIh And wlhen these lips that speak but nolo Shall sigh their latest breath; Then let me lie beneath the deep And sparkling inure son, That there, in calm anmd penceful sleep fMy last long home may be. S'Twas on the sea my boyhood's time So sweetly glided pIlol ' Twns on tIoe sel, in nnllllhood's primo l)y happy lot was cast; Oh, let me lie bltnenelh lhe deep And sparkling ozsre sen. Tlhat, then, nl cEli and tranquil sleep, lIly lost, long home may bo. I'. JItIt'tI'IuON WALLACLE Button Forest, 3nth Octolber, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

ZIMVOIL.TA.DT To Country Storeher-pars and Others. Fl\1E undersigned, haviug just returned from Syd L ney, begs to notify that ho there purchased a large portion of the HYSON AND CON(GOU TEAS, ex.Sea Witch, rAsa Packer, Progressive Ago, and Conradino Lackman : as also a quantity of ASSORTED SUGARB," which he expects will arrive in a few days, and will be offered At a' considerable Reduction on the Prices usually Charged. Orders from the country will receive immediate attention, WILLIAM\ WALKER, WHOLESALE STORES, GOULBURN. August 25. 1860. 6243 Fifty Pounds Reward. "'IIFTY POUNDS will be paid by the undersigned L C for the conviction of any one found stealing his cattle, to the person by whose means, or upon whoso information, the offender may be convicted. SE. S. HALL, Lake Bathurst, June 22nd, 1800. 5760 .Ten Pounds Reward. STOLEN OR STRAYED, from near Kauga loola, One CIIESNUT M ARE, four years old, blaze down the face, white feet, branded CE on the off "shoulder dnd rump. " One P...

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AT DENISON (RUSSELL'S STATION, CUBRAMURRA.) On Tuesday, the 11th day of December next. TOWN LOTS.—DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

AT DtnisoNx (IussatLLe STArION, CO0AMUiInnA.) .On. Tuesday, the l 11, day of Deceinber next, T'foWN LOTS.-DENIODN. Lots 1 to 8, 1 rood each, allodtments 8 to 10 of sea tioni "1L. t Lots 9 to 18, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 10 of Lots 1' t6 20,2 roods each, allotments to 10, of souetion 12 - ',, · · Lots 27 to 81i?2 roods each; allotments 6l to 10. o section 12, Lots 22 is 20 roods eacb, allotments 1 to. 0of Lots'37 to'41,2 roods each, allotments I to, of ectleiW 16. :, ,: , Lot 42, 1 rood lots' 43 ind 44,1" rood 6 porehes eacnh lots 45and 40; 1 rooda eaol-allotments 1 to 5 of section 20."' Lots 47 to g;, 2roods'eaohb allotments 1 to 10 of seootion 21. Thu upset price of the above lots is £8 per sore.

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CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD. On Wednesday, the 5th day of December next. COUNTRY LOTS.—MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

CROWN LANDS SALES. * T ATIIa POLIOn-orrieo, BRAIDWOOD, d'ia tYendoa, the 8th day of December next. COUNTRY LOTB.--0tURRAY. Lots I and 2, 31 aores each; lot , 82 aoreos 2 roods; lot 4, 04 acres 3 roods' lot 5,. 60 acres-on and near Little. Bombay Creole, adjacent to Mfur phy's 640a'hres, at Bombay, on and near the road from Queanbeyaunto Braidwood, adjacent and near T;aylor's portions, ' 'I'ho upset price of the above lots Is £1 per acre. TOWN LOTS.-D?RAIDwOOD. Lots 6 to 13, 35 ,porchess each, allotments 1 to4 and 24 to 27 of section 13. . Lot 14, 35J porches; lot 15, 851 perches; lots 16 and 17, 351 perches coabs lot 18, 323 perches; lot .10, 39- porches; lots 20 and 21, 839 perches each; lot 22, 39 porches; lot 2, 1 rood 10 porches; lt24, 1 rood 32 perches; lot 25, I rood19 perches; lot 26, 33) lperches; lots 27 to 84, 351.perches eaoh; lots 35 and 36,.331 perches each; lots 37 to 40, 35- perches each--allotments I t627 of section 14, . ,, The upset priceo of the above lots is £8 e...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

COMMERCI AL. -.., :" LUnlea oterelnwo expreed, the prie e? qlolod In to tl nrtllca so those In troneaellon, between tile producer and the feirt pur. etoe; not an o between ono color and notlher, iuo less fC tile retall prloea.' Iltoonoo Patera CnulllnT.--FPJno flour, per Con, £13 ; wheat, perbslnel, Ile.; brae Os. Cd.; tnnolo, Cu.; Imn', £11 to £lS per. toll, poltatoes, per enwt. 10. to 1Ie.,; free bullef, per Ib., I. to CI. Ol.; ean butter, per lb., ld.;, chees, ed., to td.; baorn, dl. to led. Qonue?osunA Prnl :s Connir ?T.-w?eot, perl btul, 0len 0d tto Ile. flour, Ilne, par ton, u40; seconldl £38l bread, Cd, Co 0ot ; bran, per buelel, ie8. tdl. toL. ;s Cu izo, Le, lid. tio e, .Od, Iburley. , Od. to Co. d. C, On ,s u. ;, hny, per tonL£0; buCler, perb. l.Od.; leroesCeAd,llol0d.; baeon.Cd to. rats, perdooen, lu.0d. to l . d.; polntors, per ton, £7 to 8 ; ufat cattle, per end, 1 to £7 ~bso. eheep,ltls, to u Os.; pigis l er ib.i. Cd ; hIde, erno, 0C. to In. oteerpsl.inst, per lb., d ed...

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AT WEST DENISON (WRIGHT'S STATION, CUBRAMURRA). On Wednesday, the 12th day of December next. SUBURBAN LOTS. — WEST DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

AT WZST DENISON (WoIGHT's BTATION, CUonA ; *i ~,': .. OcoBfA); * On Wednesday, the 12th day of December next. U i"BtURBAN LOTS.-W. EST DNImSON '. . * .Lots I and 2,1 aorse ot porches; lot 8, 2 roods 10 perbohes lot a, 1 acre 8^ porches-allotments 1 to 4 of section 27. ." "The upset price of the above lots Is .£4 per aore. "' TOWN LOTS.-WEBST DENION. Lot's5 to 12, 2 roods eaoh, allotments 1 to 8.of section 16. , , . , * Lots 13 to 22, 2 roods each, ollotmonts 1 to 10 of section 17. ' ' ' ;: "Lots 23 to 82, 2 roods eachno, allotments I1 to'lO of eootlon'lO. ' . . ' : . Lots 03 to 42,2 roods oach, allotments 1 to.10 of section 20 . ' Lots 48 to 47, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to t of section 21. 'Lots 48 to 51, 2 roods eaol;t, allotmients 2,to of section 22.., . , . :. . . ... . Lots 62 to 24,2 roods each, allotments 1 to 83 of section 24. .. ' The upset price of tihe above lot s £8 per ' acre.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

I 't[ IIMPOUNDING ACT on salo at tia Herald I Book Mart and Stoam ,MNachine Printing Office Price Is. ; post free, Is, 3d. PRINCE OF WALES STORE. S. MOSES AND SONSI GENE'IEAL IMIPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPI RS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, &c., &c., &c., ADJOINING Tihl1 Royal Hotel and Mail Booking Offioe, AUBURN-STREET. N.B.-Tho hlghest market prioo given for colonial produce. 40~9R FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO HEADS OF FAMILIES, HOTEL? KEEPERS, STOREKEEPEIR, AND. TOWN AND COUNTRIY BUYERS. Great Clearing Sale of Bankrupt Stock. FRANCIS GILES AND CO. H AVING purchased the STOCK of Waltham 1 Ruh, and Co., at a discount of fifty per cent. off cost price, will hold a great CLIFAIRING SALE of the same at their P'remisoes, Dnison lHouse, Georgo arect, Sydney, rommencingon TI URSI)AY, the let of November. AT1'TN ION s IN1VITED to the following list: Silk Department, 3000 yards of small check silk, reduced to 2s. l...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

4narorrrwo the advantage of having a clear and tangible issue between the ]Robertson ministry and their opponeots, it is yet to be regretted that the divisiol: on tho thirteenth clueso of tlre land bill is likely to lend to tie climination from the ranks of the ininisteriil ists of several who had boon amongst the riosut constant of their supporters.. Looling at the division list, we find several nnmes on the government side which have rarely been folind on that side lately ; and, on the other hand, some names in favour of Mr. I-Iay's amendment which hIald hitherto almost inva riably been found ranged with those of the present ministers iln a division. For instance,, amongst the opposition we find Sir Daniel Cooper, and Messrs. Rotton, Jamison, John Cmplholl, nand Gordon. Most of these gentle men-and beyond all Mr. Campbell-have been identifidtl with the Cowpeor-Robertson policy as long as that has been recognised or known in the country. They have fought side by side in defence of ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our columns shouhl be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give Insertilon to all temperately and Inlelllailbly written tellers on subjecte of publlo interest, even thlough the oplinlon advanced msna be .dlametrlically oppoalloto our own.]) TO THE MEMBERS OF THIE CATHOLIO YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY. (Per favour of the Goulburn Herald.) Mr YduNo FRIENDs,-The society which we havo lately initiated in Goulburn, entitled the "Catholio YounO Men's Society," has not for its object the assailhng of tile religion of others, but that wo.might be ever prepared to defend our own; or as St. l'Pul expresses it, to be able to give a reason for the re ligious belief that is in us. It is proposed to accom plish this by imparting a knowledge of Catholle hls tory, freed from that plausible sophistry and dis coloration with which it is invariably accompanied, when emanating from the pen of an adverse writer, and which discoloration has unhappi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

NIlSSCELLANEOUS. WHAT BnITISI VoLvUNTntS lHAVE. DONI.-?Ir Henry Berkeley, in his speeeli in Committee on the Fortifications and Works Resolution, said :-" He fbiind the report (on the National Defences) a disparagement of the volunteer forces. (No, no!) Hlion. mem bers said ! no"!--ho would qualify his observations, then, and say that the volunteer force was "damned with faint praise." It was said that this volunteer force was unable to meet the regular soldiers of other countries in the field. He denied that assertion point blank, and maintained that precedent was in his favour. Almost all great military notions had been done by raw levies and volunteers. Who turned a veteran army out of America ? Raw levies and volunteers. Who captured a Royal army, with Burgoyne at the head of it? Raw levies and volunteers. The Duke of Wellington stood at the head of a splendid army of veteranr at the time Napoleon was sent to Llbai 8000 of them, picked men, were sent to America and cut to pieces...

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SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

SYDNEY. L 0t031 OU? t OWN co10nrI roNDnrNT.] Thursday afternoon, We now know pretly well. what to expect fTrom .th, parliamunt in its death-throes-the whlle In its /fluorry. . Mr. Robertabn will propose a bill, to be passed thiroai?hg bot i;hmses, granting six months' s? upply ;fod.$t. !; ol?. 'i 1if. tile Government cano, ;.mamnngo, tubll a utissopit 9 ill ol ttake. p1ce imneo •ditul aoid 1It aoy b 'psibl-o" tlhat,,wlhon' parlia onolti nailed tiog roti oabsurd obotrantives "of t IUppor lH one tnlny bd e pull tiolll'no , moreo: , blnothat case, l ioe v'er, woutll ho necessary for' ho.ithtlistry to appoint' tllelr'tsucc~sors for lit d. I'hlls 'treioneidous . po.wcr :is one thont offers most tempting opppotuconities for, ibis, and lioltps thiree nay yet bu moans' oilf voldinig its oxeralso, but at plreentI' sealione. Many' Ierso ?~wlib"o'ltto coi t versed with me on tlio subjecta, ned who aro thorotyghly.liberol, look upon 'theo ltale of the case with great cotnplacen,?,, foelin conaf...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

LOCAL AND PIROYINCIAL. S'TnmcRa AstOI1-Captain Cadoell's steamer, the Albury, arrived again from Adelaide, on Tuesday morning, at the Express Wharf, Wagga Waggo, with a full cargo of goode consigned to Mr. .Georgo Forsyth. . She looked nice and clean, and was com manded by Captain Barber. 1Her cargo consisted of flour, timber for building purposes, choice cedar, and a largo quantity of spirits, wines, ale and porter. Among the passengers was our old fellow townsman, Mr. Lovatt, who returned minus his squadron of boats, which we are happy to learn turned out a profitable speculation, he having disposed of the major portion of them. The Albury quickly unloaded her cargo, and started off on her homeward trip to Adelaide on Wednesday morning.-' Wagga Wagga Express.' MAN DRowNEs.-On Saturday last, some of the mon engitged in breaking stone on the road near Paddy's River, went to fish for eels, and discovered the deed body ofa man floating nt the water. With some diffiulty the body was br...

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THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN, OR, SCHEDULES A, B, C, AND No. I. TO VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

TIINGS NOT GENERALLY. KNOWN; OR, SCIIEDULES A, I, C, Axo No, I To' VIII. (From the Christian Pleader.) T'Ln amount required annually to defray the expensue incurred in the administration of public aff?irs in thid colony is immense, es pecially when it is considered thnt the popula tion of New South Wales is less.than a third of n million. Oar Colonial Treasurer informed us during his financial statement last week, that he would require the sum of £1,000,000; or theroabouts, to conduct the ordinary man agement of our Government for the year of grace one thousand eight hundred and sixty one. We shall presently refer to the varied and varionu sources from which it is nntici pated the money will be derived to meet so Inlrge an expenditure. We purpose first glancing cursorily through the many items, small in themselves, which make up so great an naggregate. It is but right and proper that those who form the community from whose pockets must come the amount requlired should be convorsnant...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

PARLIAMENTARY. Tsn.aun rDA-Nov?n.SER 1. In the Legislatlive Council, the PRESIDsEN took the cbuir at ten minutes past four. On the motion of Mr. WANT, returns relative to land taken up for railway works were ordered. After some discussion, Dr. DoUoLAss withdrew the motion for tihe second reading of the "R oehearing in Petty Sessions Restraint Bill.' Mr. IsAAcs moved the second reading of the Ad ditlonui 'Judge's Appointment 3ill, which was carried. A long diseussion then followed on the motion for the second rending of the Church of England Synods Bill. On a division the second reading was carried. by a majority of 15 to 4. On the motion of AIr. Cowo'Yn, a Bill for taiing an account of the population of 1801 was read a first timeo.. On the motion of Mr. HIAnoLtiA?v, the ?" Titles to Laud Act Amendment Bill tof 1860," was read a tlhird time, passed, and transmtied to thie As sembly. The rest of the business on the paper. was post postponed; and the House adjourned at five minutes to ...

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WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

SWIHEEO. .(From a Corrrapondeof.) Dunhso the last fortnight the weather has been doe lightful, in fact all that could be wished for the crops. Grass is. abundant, and dairying is being aurried on vigorously. ..Farmers are preparing their l' ad for 'planting potatoes, the condition of the ground being most favourable for this operation. Generally the health of the Inhabitants is good. The Rev. Mr. Kemmis paid a ministerial visit to "'this neighbourhood.on Sunday last, the 28th October.. 'He preached at Binda in the forenoon,.aad atLWheo ino the afternoon,. T'e visits of the R.ev. Mr. Kemmis' are thii only publio means of grace enjoyed Sby the iuhabitaiits of this neighbourhood, anl it is matter of regret that no, builditg for public worship has' yet, been erected at either Wheoo or Binds, whilst'at the latter place there are two public-housen, a lock-up, 'and 'apoliou elation, but ieither church, chapel, nor school. It is to.. be hoped that brighter 'days will soon dawn upon us.........

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THE MURDER HOLE AT CAWNPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

TI11E MUIltDIt HOLE AT CAWNPORE. No English man or woman, deserving the nnmo, can avoid the te:arful reflection that the remains of bur martyred deod ant Cawn pore deseirve respect. Th'ere are fewi, then, who will not share our indi~'nation and disgust that the reverse is the factt, The Government of India entertaina' no objection to pay endowments for the support of iim.n molieos perpetrated inn order to hallow the shrines of monkeys. Places snored to the worst of obscenities are guinrded as holy' hy English care, and kept undesecrated hy the nppronch of' the Christian,. All Englis India will turn out, annually, denmurely oflering oriinoline nand siles at' thi shrine of Doorga. And legal enlctments sanctify ovary spot wlhere Mtlanmedanim 'or Paganism may hnppon;to smoulder nd faster'. -Porllips the thing is right and decent. :We pray the patience of our renders while we describe a painful seneo; ,. It has taken us hotiuls to learn theo situation of the mehieoboly stpota--nd tmany: ...

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FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

FItnIAY--NovtoRrn 2. In the Assembly the Speaker took the chair at twent)-five minutes past three. Returns were laid upon the table by Ministers. MURRtAY CUSTOMS. In answer to Mr. IIay, the C6dLOSn.I TnREASnEn stated that the proclamation for the collection of the Murray River Cnstoms would not be made without ampie notice being first given of the inten tion of the Government to carry the law into effect. Sosen new notices of motion were given, and other formal business was tranacted. sorPLY, Mr. WeitcsK then moved' that the House resolve itself into Committee of Supply, with a view to con sider the resolutions standing tn his name. In doing so, lie would at once state that hle was not wedded to the precise form of the resolutions, nor to the time for which it was sought to obtain supply. All that the Ministry wanted was to obtain the sanction of the House to the necessary expenditure of the Government, previous to making an. appeal to tile country. The honorable gentleman was proce...

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

CO UNT1l Y NE VS. LACIILAN DISTRICT. (From a 'Correvplondent.) Lam??Ina n FLAT DoI)oaso.-l'orhaps, Mr. Editor it may not be out of plane for me to offer toy opi nlon of, these diggings. I lately visited Lambingl, Flat, Spring Crolk, and Stony Creok, and found at all those places the diggers dloing well. I consider that at present there are upwards of 2000 people at these diggings. The sinking varies from four to thirty foot. I had been informed by an old and pratieeal digger that the gold was very patcly, I was shown a beautifuil specimen of fine gold, O wts, 3 grs., w'hioh was obtained from four dishes of wash ing stuff. I consider Lambing Fit a good poor motn's diggings. I have no lositatiot in saying that if parties would commence sluicing they would be richly remunerated. The cradle is but a poor moans of testing tile rilhness of these diggings. I hnave. been informed by an experienced digger tihat most of the fine gold is lost in the contlnon cradle. There is no and to the numb...

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A LONG FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

A LONG FAltlEW LL. A lonn farewell, my friends lhere efrieldshili jys musintl end, For though the heart Is int consenting, Stern duty's tnever llllnd relenting Yet bright and pure niid still the lirne, Shall hurn my frlendslhip's sacred Ilamue. Oh, friend, suppress that tear, That woulcnel s is myn' fear Why should you shell I drop so tendor, ?For one who no return can reIder? Thln that his fervent friendly lamen, Shall glow unsullied, still the saute. Itarlhl tllls the fninl knell. Ali me, whlat wordsl shall tell llly anguish, while Inlperious duly Thus ter fromii frleh Itlip, joy, ani. boauty Yeot doubiht niot, frlioal, that still thu sauin, luore ardent only gluows my Il(no. One lils beforeo we part, 'Twill sotlle my I nhing henrt, This uncred proof of o find ill!ltion, Shall nlever dlo firom recollection, 'Twill ever feod the generous tmits That glowsl In no to frloildship's name. Anid now, oel frlend, adieu,' Mly irslt, last thllight is you1 Annl, when sometimes your mind's atl...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

[PERn BLECTRI TELEGRAPH.II TUESDAT-NovEOonB 68. In the Assembly the COLONIAL Ta?IABURER moved that the estimates be proceeded with, to the exclu sion of the other business on the papor. The motion was strongly opposed, and was nega tived without division. The House is proceeding with the other business, and the Government are acting es though no adverse votes hsd.been arrived at.

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