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

LAGGAN. BR. JOIIN TUIlNIIULL has been appointed . c agent't fr this journal at Lnggan, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job.prilting. REMITTANCES. P ATIES remitting to this office, are requested to bear in mind that only penny and two-penny stamps are of any use on thel estublishment, and nre particularly requested to send no others,

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

KINN.EIR t NOWLAN; 80da Water Lemonade and .Cordial Manufacturers, OePPOSITE .:.T'ilE CATHOLIO CHOAPEL S: VElRNER??.8TEET, GOULBURN. 5494 ':GEORGE DAVIS, ' Late' of the' Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, ESD to inforiehis' friends, anld tho public; gener .Li ally; that ho has taken iho. 1.. ULWARR.EE: INN, adjoliiing Thorn's- Crossing-place, contiguous to the towniof Goulburn, and on The direst Roard to the Snowy River Digginigs, as well, s to Braldwood, Bungendoro; Quoanbeyan, ',,Gundaroo, Cooma; &o., & oo. , r .,=-.Thehouso isro.lote with overy cononilene, and Stho greatest care and iattention': will be'paid to the roecr-noeqts of travellers: : .'hero is a` S?PLENDID' OAMPING GROUND, where psople can graze their st:ck Free of Charge. for quality; will be found unsurpassed in tihe colony,; the bed-rooms' s comnfortabla as can, be" wished, ,and,;: . T.mHE STABLING will be, under the care of an attetitive groom, and Isuporlitonded by the adveortiser blinsolf. . Oharge. f...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

Dayuof tlle WreL. S rl Oun tnl Moon'. 46'lat)N 4n 43Y . yo. fO f3 TIlH AlDAY ............. 8 67 0 4u ? 4f PID*AY .............. 0 47 00 0 @ e ditiallant i 'r1tt. WEDNESDI)AY, NOVEMBER 71 1860.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 November 1860

MARRIED.   On the 29th of October, at S.S. Peter and Paul's   Church, Goulburn, by the Rev. Father Lani- gan, Richard, third son of Mr. George Withers, of Diamond Creek, to Maria, fourth daughter of Mr. William Rourke, of Bangalore.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

FTIII IMPOUNDIND ACT on sale at the, Herald ' 1 Book Mart ind'Bteaoni Machine Priating'Oflce P'rico Is. ; poset free, Is, d,. HOUSE ~BEL1T, 1'i A GUNNING. r1|0 BE LET, from and after 1st November next, a ?.· !most convenient and comfortable VERANDAH .00TTAGE, at ~r~snt ceu;pied by Mr. T. Saxby, and siteited as tabove, It comprises 8 well-finished rooms, with dry collars under ; in thie rear is A. '':.I..: Large Kitchen, Dairy, Pantry, Landry, Servants' Apartments, Six-stalled 8table, with HaI.lofe, Conch.house, flarness-rooms, &c., &e,; the whole forming an enclosed Yard, There is also A ....2Garden with good Draw-well, ' and two small paddocks attached., RENT' VERY MODERATE. Fordterms, &e., apply to Mr. JOHN J, ,VAD. DELL, Collector; or 0FINLAY AND Co., 670 . - . .Golibrn. d ,Town-clerk's omeo Goslburn, -----:. -- : --; ,, 2nd-November, 1860. .' To Contrators aind Otliers: .THENDERS wilU boe received at this office ountil 3 .1 o'elock on THIURSDAY, the 15tih...

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VICTORIA SUFFERING A RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

VICTORIA SUFMEIlINQ A ItRECOVERY. UNDER the abRove headingl the Melbourne ' Heorald' contains a lenglthy report of a lec ture, delivered in the I?xliubition Building, Melbomurne, on the 30th of last month, by A. Michio, Eisq,, barrister-at-law. The learned gentleman was listened to by a crowded audience, with the most markeod attontion, and at the conolusion of his remarks was loudly clhooeered. As many of the subjeoots treated of are of geoneral intorest, we anneox a ofew of the more striking. "In a few months dlring the latter part of the year 1852 and the year 1863, house rent rose firom £150 a year to £900 a year for tenomonts Asuch as any Londonoer can enjoy for £50 or £60 a year. Hay was £70 a ton, VoegOtables neither poor nor rieh could in dnlga in habitually, save in their dreams. Cabbnges, I believe, sometimes changed hands at about 5s. eac. ~hMe]anwhile the very police, the coachmen, tlihe grooms, laIwyers' clerks nayo'd,tind eoven official men in largeo numbersR, woere of...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE JEDDO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OL TIlE JEDD0. [r'siR .lECOTRIO TnL1IIGOAPt'Z.J THEe September malls per Jrddo arrived atAdelaido on Thursday last, The European news is most interesting. We givo below thelo hleads of the principal news supplied by talegram: Tle Queen and 'Princess Alice had gone on a visit to the Continent. Garabaldi oetered Naples on the 7th Septem. her, and was moet entilusiastantlly received.. Tihe IKing of Naples had tied to Gaeota, and sought refn?o on board the steamslhip Adtrintio. The Provinces immediately brokhe out into open insurrection. and soughtt, by deputation, tile protection of tile Iing of Sardlinla, OGrabaldi's troops, numbering somne 50,000 lhad nttacked the States of tile Church, capturing P'isaro, Farlo, and Urbtio, and establlhlling thleir head quarters at Sitglngaglia. General Lamoorleere, the comnmander-in-chief of of tile Pope's forces, sustained defeat at Castel Fidnro, and had fled to Anconn., The Sardininen tica invested thIat place, both b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

GOULDVURN PRInEt UttRENT. Wheat, 10, to Ia. Od. 'l hustel. Floor fins, £0 W ton i secoods, £?83. .Ired, d.t to te. .Bron, 2o. 0id. 2t buoel. ' "'' rletlo O.04t7s.t 7 ?btsolst wanto .... rt Ooto, Os to 6,. 0I4, 0 bittt]., llato 74.a t lb. 0s h oft. Is. . 1dooon. olta, 4o l£ ts, f ton fO£ r too s.... Ohrrloo, 1n tolle Of ot.? atUottolre, £ . .4. lO 0£ its . toonot Oniob,, 1 o. to 10 ol. O ...ot. Stoap, lIo. to its. O ' ?o . . ' l~ldrr, 4d. to 41/ed cno b. 2'atlow,£.l?O ot<£50tttou? for?gOOdtnntplot , " .. ' " 1ide., 404. to Os. enooh.- . '. , hrt?otohi, 4. d, to 04i.5 lb. Corrloo 13 too--Oydony to Goulburo ,£7 10t, tO £81 tO'U btoto to Sydney, £0l (toolbuon to ltuatolt'o 112 miles from (tlbsono'i ilho), £14' ttootlburn to ttollldraO, £18 to £20; Goulbuor to blraldwsod, £80 to £0 30s.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

SY DNEY. ?CFoM OUR OWN ORE?SniPONDENT.) S 'Wednesday afternoon, POLITIOAL., Mr. RonErOnr8o has takeon a 0011cor.whloh' hs s8b jeered him to many"'and severe orltlcisms and ro proahes' HIo resolves, whntever humiliations he .'maj be subjected to, and even if thebo contest should •last until tile close of the year, to press forward thei estimates, to take iall that he can get voted in any way, and then to demand a dissolution whetlelor tihe supplies re completed or not; Now there oets be no doubt but that, in one point of view, such a course is partlicularly ludicrous If'not contomnptiblo, To sub. 'mit to continual bentilgs-to be "drogged through tho miro," as it hias been appropriately expressed, at the will of a hostile mojbriy; anid to assume the sent.m blanece of power whenl n fon t they are more slaves, may be indeed considered as dlegradation, on the part of the ministry, of'the fnnotimns "f responsiblo government. But on the other hansd the quostieon arises, Is it desirable-is ...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

COAJAEERCIAL;. Ipt.eata Omic, Prlddy evening, Tea business at tice various stores during thlo eek his been but Ilmlted, wblic Ic aecountted for in great mcneare by tihe contlnurd Incleenat stete of the weather. Iroedure Is very plenlltul, butter and ebeecse beItg a complete dreuc and qutlo unsaleable. Messrs. DlOteac Aene Co. report :--Stoel.--l[oresc, eacept oet better eleas than thoen' tlat have been ofelreneg lultey, onutinue very dcllof etale. Staunelc draglht Icorses ancd stylash hackh neys still remmand a igcure, bet fte orsubbers there is no de mand. Duringrl tle wee we0 heae eold It ted, at from £2 to £10. Druy £1.2 10.--(looet eutlt are Iu delmand, and a floek oe ft hteep would bring a reomunerattve prlto.--Laucd.--Ito leave cetcl pevatly to Dfr. P. Dlcihac, on account tflDvied eibd, lees1, fit feetoa la.ed ant thle rear of ir. tclkcmnc's, at £3 per toot. -- Furnlture &e.--huld a lot of Inertlor ancd accidreer thIcl day at talr prices. Fencr ancd Co. report:e--at Ca...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

PAR.L AJIMEN' A1Y. TUasoA--NovsanER 0., IN the Legislative Counel the President took the chair at twenty minutes past Four,. On the motion of Mr. Cowran, the Now South Wales Census Bill for 1801 was road 'a second time. UPPERi noo nI rLL. On the ground of tihe present position of tihe Government in tise Assesmbly, Mr. .Cunyrc, at the snggestion of the President, withdrow the motion for tho second rending .af the Logislative Counceil Bill, and thie bill was discharged from the poper. Dr. DIouoLses and the ltselssDRNT, on the motion for leave to withdraw tihe bill, spoio at some length in vindication of the Legistntive Council from the charge of obstructing usolul legislatlon, GOLD 1sUTY AnOLITION 1 .L,' STise debate on the second reading of the Gold Duty Abolition Bill of 1860, was again adjourned after some disecussion, to give time to ascortain by what means thie Governmenat proposed to make up the defaiciency whlich would be created by the abolil tion of the gold duty,. MISCELtLAN...

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POETRY. TO MISS E. W. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

P O!I'BR Y. TO MISS E. W. BY T. II. Would that I had never known theeol Would that we had nevor motl! Or, that now this heart could spurn thoe Cast thee from it, and forget. But no, alasl too'deep ongraved is The imago, that I fain would cast From the bronnt that thus enslaved is T'wards the memory of the past. Still I view theeo as I loved thee Pure and virtuous, as you were; And though time has eadly proved thee To bh as falso as you are fair, Yet this heart clings fondly to thee, IIopling still, 'gninst hope amd fato, That tiy pheart yet soften'dt will bo, As when first true lovo did penctrato.e . cannot blame thee for thy fall, loveo, Iunooono by vice o'ercomom But listen owe to reason's call, lovoy The serpent, out your brbast cast from. Though we parted ldooeep in sorrow, Wishing each a slad faroewell, No looger loet those foeelilngs harrow, IHearts still love, though frailty foll. Oh, forgetl forgot the past, level Clouds will darken sunny ldays The brightest hopes are oft o'...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

[PER ELECOTIO TELEO(n?A.) TUlnunsDAY-NoveMBEn 8. In the Assembly, the Premier moved that the House resolve itself into a committeo of supply. Mr, RonDaRnT proposed,as an amendment, that an address be presented to the Governor-General, conveying a votoe of censure on the ministry. A debato ensned, which was not concluded until one o'clock on Friday morning, when a division wao called fore and Itoberts's amendment carried by a majority of one. 'Theo Ioune immediately adjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

Stolen or Strayed, T• ROM Stony Creek,-near Lake George, about .' twelvo months ago, ONE BAY FILLY, rising three years old, a few white hairs on forehead, no. other white marks, C black points; branded CM on nearshoulder. ONE BAY or CIIESNUT MARE, rising two years S old, fill blaze down face pointing to the off nostril, silver mane nnd tail ; unbrasded. Twenty pounds willbe paid if stolen, on proseeution of the thief or thieves and restoration of the mares ; and four pounds for tile two if strayed, on application to Mr. P. DAVOREN, Wheat Sheaf Inn, Collector; to Mr. W. PAYNE, foot of Telegraph hill; or to CORNELIUB Mae OARTHY, 6880 . . Corowang, Lake George. Four Pounds Reward, T OST, FOUR HORSES, ofthc following descrip ..J ftion-were seen oil the 3rd ultimo, on the Gap of the Coolkmnondoon, near Goulburnl ' had on two bells i; three with hobbles on one leg, are supposed to be steering for Paddy's RIier, on their way down the country:-- .. One BILACK HORSE,very small tar, branded I...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. CRICKET.—UNION CLUB v TOWN PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

LOCAL AND PJIOYINCIAL. CRICKET.-UNION CLUB v TOWN PLAYIERS. Sonrs few weeks ago theo Union Cricket Club, com posed principally of the pupils of Mr. Hawkltios's school, lissued achallengo sn the papers, in which they expressed their readiness to play any eleven in Argyleowhomight bebroughtagainet them. Thisvery pluck offer at one t set some of the older players of Coulburn on their mettle, and Messrs. Mandelson, Uillesple, Davis, and one or two others consnlted together as to the propriety of meeting the Union with a scratch eleven not belonging to any particular club, and ill a lew days they found themselves in a position to acceptthe ehallenge. Mr Mandelson, as soon as he found there was a probability of getting an eloven together, proceeded, at hiis own expense, to chip cup the turf, and got it rolled, trusting no doubt that the players would subscribo and reim burse hire for any outlay he might incurl and hie certainly succeeded in putting the ground in better order than it has b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

LAGGAN. ?'IiR. JOllh TUIRNBULL has been appointed 1 agent for this journal at Laggan, and is authorised to recive subscriptions, advertisementa, and orders for Job.printing. REMITTANCEIS. PARITIES remitting to this ofice, ar requestsed to bear in mind that only pennry and Iwo.penliy stamps are of any use on thelo estalisiheont, and areo partlcularly requested to send no others. '' Wanted, AN intelligent LAD for a Bookseller's Shop. . Inquire at the look Mart. Shopherds Wanted A T Pomoroy, on Lthe Upper Wollondilly. Families proferred. Apply to THOMAS WOORE, 6782 Pomoroy . Wanted, A GOOD HORSE.DRIVER and PLOUGHMAN on a farm near Goulburn. To a sober, aetive man, good wages will bo giveon. Apply to W. SANDS, 6828 Baker, Goulburn. FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. ON SALE BY TH-? E UNDERI SIG NED A largo variety of musiral instruments and toys Ditto perfumory, of Rimmel, Price, and Gosnels Enu do Cologne, hair oils, and pomatum Fanoy soaps,, &., HI. MINOPRIO, Auburn-stroeet, 6818 Opposite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN S Soda Water S Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, " PPOSITE • THE CATHOLIC CIIAPEL :v VERNER-NSl REET, GOULBURN. 490 GEORGE DAVIS .Late of 'tlihe Bark Huts Iann, . . LIVERPOOL ROAD, 1 "EGS to inform his friends, and the public goper ' ' ally, that he has taken the : .. !IMULWABREE INN, adjoinIng Thorn's Crossing-placo, contiguous to the town'of Goulburn, and on .I-: The direct Road to the Snowy Rivdl-? Diggings, ras well as to Braidwood, Bungendoro, Qucanboyan, Gundaroo, Cooma, &c., &c, .; ..The house is repleto wsth every caremonlonco; nmd the greatest care and attention i'Phbo' paid.'o'the requlrements of travellers., thero is a S'SPLENID 'CA~IPING GROUND, whore people can g'azo their stock F:ree of. Charg . e : ,., ·-. i . . . i, . " J. H , l-P t?iNESB AIND SPRliITS, ..for quliaIty,; will be found unsurpassed hii thd colons; thebedbrooms as comfortable as can be wislhed, naod ... . THE STABLING will be under tho care of an attentive groom...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

TnzE arrival of the Englihal mnail, and presnuro of adrorllsonscnta at a late hour, nocessitateas the omis saon of our loeading artleolo, already in typo.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 November 1860

OALENIDAR, o Dayl oftho Week. o Sunth no? un l. A . ATUII)AY ..............'o.10 4 0 0n Yo BUNDAYT... ...... ,, 1 4 10 1 00 I MOND AYAY .....1.. 24... 0 i004 20 ? TU?e S)aY Y............... 2) 4 04 0 4 0 SATUR1DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1?00.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

Finch's Nutritive Cream. A PREPARATION unsurpassed for its valuable. . powers of PROMO' ING TIlE l ( IfoWTH OF, lIRESTORING, AND IMPROVING TIIE HAIR, and imparting that soft, silky lustre, so truo a criterion of its healtlhy state. The advantago of its use to To ro o eNs cituno be too strongly Impressed on all who have the chargo of them; for it is by early attention to the huntan hair that It will retain its LUxuOtIANcE during the longest life. This unique propnration affords a dooelded Restora tive to those who, from lofever or other causes, have lost their hair. In bottles, 2s. Gd. and 4,. h8. endach. S The Dandrifl' Lotion. The great prevalence of Daundriff in iiae flair has called forth a variety of Lotions, mnore or less success ful in removing this very unpleasant and distresilng discuso of the scalp. This Vash is prepared from a recipo'extensively used and prescribed by the eminent Physician DOC TOR LOtJOK. and 1s one of the most oefficient as wvell as safest preparations fo...

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