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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

1rl J M IMIPOUNDING ACT on eale echo Hcrmsld • BookMart and Steam Machino Printing Oflice Prieogl;* ;Ipoist:rI v,'?e, laaiad:?' .?.', o' ,):u:?dMi : Finoh's Nutritive Oreani. A PREPARATIONnunsurpassed for its valuabl _. powers of PROMOTING TIHE GRt3WTIVOF, RESTORING;, AND IMPROVINq TH 'HAIRl and imparting that soft, silky lustro, so tru?s tiicreion of its healthy state. The advantage of its'uBse to TIn YOUNo cannot be too strongly impressed on all who have t ehs hargo of them for it is by carly attention to the human hairi that it will retain its- uxunnxar:p, during the losigest lifo. Tifs unique preparation affords a deided Restore. tire to those who, from fever or tbthorcaus,, Iave [oat their heir.:: ... '?: : " In bottles, 2s. 6d. and 4;. Bd.'ech; . ' The Dandruff Lotion. The great prevalence of Dandsri. t?~ e Hair has conlled forth a varloty of Lot'onsi moroe p6r less ouccess ful in removing tlis very unpltaeaant arid ditrossing disease of the scalp, SThis Wosh is prepared from ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

Twa events that were passing in Italy at the date of our latest nows, are such as to excite the greatest possible interest for the present, not unmingled with considerable apprehension f~or the future. Garibaldi, who in 1840 was hunted and proscribed-reduced to the noe cossity of getting his daily bread as a mor chant seaman, arid denounced by the Times' as a pirate and iiicendinry-now marchles through Italy as a conqueror, and haIs anohieved a famoe arind ,opularity which evi dently hrave roused some jealousy and alarm in the mind of tihe pophilaln sovereign, Victor 'Emmanuel himself. Nothing in all history is grander than the?intry of Griribaldi nlate Naples. All thIe military pomp and display that accompanied the return of Napoleon the SThird to Paris after the treaty of Villafrancias, Spales into munjmory and insignificance before ie. Attired osily in his ride campaigning costume, and accompanied only by a few officers, hIre came to give fireedom to tens of thousands, who, but t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

* COAIAIRCIAIL. - --..,. Itrot.n, Omee, Frldny erening. Is the early part ot the eoek there vies a decided lmprovomont in trade at the various stores; bat, uuoartunaely, trhe last two days hanlg bena as wcl and wintry on any of the past season, hslnatna opetons havagate hee heong tin tauiti.l l'roduen Is oflerlug on eacreshel ouantilics, iadl almost any price will be acceptedt for parclo ast prhoeot to town. Messrs. i. tI}llaea nnd Son report, lltI perchas of 14 hales Washod woolt from J. it. Stylts, tt.q. ofltulllntmllta, nil 10 hates, In greece, trot aealthtr piroan. Mlessrs. . I)ltanat An Co. report ,:--tock.-Slnco our Ints wo leave eold S tiead of horesn , at froans Li 10s. to tIt. T'lle detlnnd reonilncs very Ilhllte, tiao uanoens nahlt wqolthr acting generally as a h ulpo eden hlaletrSS.--'enrnltore, etc.- Daring tile Week a lave lintel tavo soales of lnlture; the prlceo realtrad hleng amre satifteolney tlhan no haa lied to report tor eonlnatme paost. On relh oageelen tie itin...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

~SYliNEY. troOM on OUR C EIIISPONDONT.) St . Wedonesday afternoon. slit W Lrxu TJ?NIson Is aboUt to leave Australia, He has been oftered, and I hear has accepted, the appointment of uGovernor of Madras, vacant by the death of Sir HoIery Ward. 1 believe I hinted to you somo:months ago, when his Excellenoey's bro. thor, Mr.Alfred Denlson, went to England, that the stay of thehpresent OovernornrGetecral in Sydney would vory much depend upon what else might happen o tottrnup." Tihe Madras appointment is of course an excellent one, antl may be attributed in no small degreeo--fully admittinig Sir William Dolnison's many excelloat qualifications-to famaily Interest, of which, through the Governor-GeUnratr brother, Mr. Evcelyn )Denison, Speaker of the Hliouse of Colnmons, lis Excellmeny may be supposed to havo a great deal. Sir William is to leave here next January, and hlil successor, Sir John Young is expected to leave Eugland next montlh. Sir Jolin is said to be a man of superior ability...

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COUNTRY NEWS. TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

COOUN'RI'Y NE WS. -----+ TARALGA. (Fmrm a Correpondent.) , RoAD.-According to advertisement, tenders for the repairs of the road, between this place and Goul. burn, were opened at Mr. D)onohoo's san, in presence of Messrs Martyr (secretary), David Ross and John Charker (trustees). There was eonsiderabloe compo Stiton, and the tenders of the undermoentioned parties were aceepted for the portions of the road affixed to their names:-At Casse's Flat. D)ominilek Fullane; at Reedy Flat, John Mooney; at Dunn's Creelk and Cowper's IIill, M. Me Cormack; at Myrtle Croeel, W. Mhe Clloelk. A fortnight previously the following tenders had been accepted: -At Baxter's Flat, D. Fullans; fence at Cowper's Hill, P. Jareis; fence at the Gap, ulsllo and Rook. The works at thie last three places are in progress, and as all have to be commenced forthwith and must be completed early in thle coming year, we trust that it will soon be praoticable to take a loaded team into Goulburn, which has been a task of...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. OPENING OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, KIPPILAW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

LOCAL AND PROJYINCIAL. OPENING OF TIlE OIIUIJCII OF ENGLAND, *KIIPPILAW. On Thursday last tohe now churbch at Kippliw was opened for divine worship. The buildin is situatoedl on a hill near the banks of the Wolloudily, and is an plain but neat stone struoturo, capable of accommo duting about two huadred persons. . At abolitone o'cloeic, when the sorvioe commencetd, tie c dhtreh was crowded, and many ihad to coolntent themsoelves with standing outside. Prayers haviog been read by thle Rev. W. Sowerby, the Rov. Tihomas Kelamis preached a very ilepressiveo sermon,, suitable to the ocoasion, choosing for his text, John xsrii. 4. The rYev. gontlemsn endeavoured to prove, in connection with the subject, not only the ncoessity of a revelation to give Its a true knowledge of God, btil anso thle necessty of a visible church and positive religious institiuonss to keep alive and promote that knowlcdgeo. lie considered thet erection of this ohurch another fresh means of diffusing and'imlpart in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

Bhepherds Wanted A T Pomeroy, on the Upper Wollondilly Families preferred. Apply to THOMAS WOORE, 6733 Pomeroy. Stolen or Strayed, ABOUT the month of March last, Ifrom the Faish A River, near Whoeco A BROWN MARE, aged, branded WADE nnder saddle, near side AB near ehoulder, JW off JP shoulder, 8 near check. Also, BROWN FILLY, N near shoulder, Wc4 offshoulder, two years old. And BAY FILLY, VN under saddle, near side, white in forehead, like letter C If stolenTn 'Ten ounds leward will be paid on con viction of the thiefi if strayed, One Pound each on delivery to Mr. MATTIHE W BEVAN, Fish River, near Wheeo, or JAMES NUGENT, Telegraph Hotel, 6854 Gunninog. Ten Pounds Reward. tTOLEN or STRAYED, supposed to be stolen k and taken in the direction of Cavan One CIIESNUT FILLY, two years old, white face, broken to saddle, branded F near aboulder. Two Pounds will be paid on recovery of the Filly, and TEN POUNDS on conviction of the thief or thieves, on application to A. FRASERI, 6855 New Genera...

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YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. (Fron the Yass Courier.) MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, . BTEALING FrOM THO PERSON. Cathlerino'?,acarthy was indicted for having, at YnTs, on the 2nd of October, stolen from the person of IIenry Howard, a colored man, the sum of £13, tie inoneys of the said Henry Howard. A sooond count'charged the prisoner with having foloniously received the same. Slo was found guilty, antd sentenced to twelve months' hard labour in Goulburn gaol, 100n85: STEALIhOG. Michael Byrnes was arraigned on an information which charged him with having stolen at Queano. beyan, on the 13th September, one horse, the property of Joln Ford. A second count charged the prisoner with having received the same, well kInowing it to have been stolen. The crown-proseccutor briefly opened the casee, and called Peter Keogh, who deposed that he is a constable in the Qucnenbyan police force; he apprehended thile prisoner on the 13th September, on a charge of etealieg a horse, bridle, and esaddle; he first saw th...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

ODUIIUIInU PRIEOB OURIIINT. lrhcat, 10. to Ils,0. 0. huulel,. lodr . e £0 36 ton; seconds, £33. :; rmta n . to, OL • . bushel. lalte Os. Od to 7co. 1 bushel ; wnted.- ... ? -.. Jtaerle, Os. i tuuthet; wonted . Onls, OR. to On. td. 1, bushecl. * Jl, £0 to £8 n..ta. llttlere, frent, . (o Is. 04. lb.; soalt, Odl.; plenttful. Vber:}Io noo olTcrtng . acon, id. lb. I'etueor 5 1 tMe to'£O 1 too, ' Otlonl, In t1o 10,1 ceo n olt. , Fat Cttlc, £3 10tt. to £4 10s,. " hoad t Colet#, ,1 £O to £ 01 l in P ]lud. Ohrrje, 12n, toots 1,l end,' jelot, 4d. to 4?dt, 01 lb. t"llon, £4O tobn £00 i ton, for g0o?0 ? smplos. - *" ;'.: bIltds, 4& to in. In h. ,nol, . . Ohtreh*Ot,itl, O., to iL 1 tb.. , . Corrlnoeo lnn--SOyilny to Iboulnllnrn £7O t0o' £81 (ool· burn Ot )'deny, £0 ; (louttbinonOn t'lnassln l 5! l0 iL c Omen Gbston's l'lato), £04' (loulbumn to 0amr, d £LO to £20; eoulboxn to iroltlrood , to 0 lOs, a in,

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. STEALING IN A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

TUEBSDAY, NOVEMIBtERt 13. BTEALING IN A DWELLING. George Talbot was arraigned on an iofoimnation which charged him with lhaving stolon on the 29th of August last, in the dwelling house of Richard Sheriff, at Gunning, moneys to the amount of 258 10s., the property of the said Ricbhrd Sheriff A second count laid tile offence as stealing by a sor vant, and a third count charged tilhe prisoner with hlavinlg feloniously received the money, knowing it to have been stolen. Mr. Walsh defended the prisoner. The crown-prosecutor having stated the case to the jury, called Frederick 1Simpson, who deposed: I am a trooper in the Southern patrol stationed at Gunning; I ap prehended the prisoner on the 2nd September, six miles from Gunning, olt tho high road to Goulburn; I informed him of tiheo clhargeo; hoe seemed quite sur prised at IMr. 8hcrift' mnaking suchl a charge against him; I searched him and found only one shilling in his possession I took him to the lookl-up at Gunning. Richard Sherilf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

ItlEITTANCES, ARTIES remniting to this office, ar requeslted Sto bnear in mind that only ponny and two-pennY stamps are of any use on the estallishment, and are particularly requested to send no others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

I: . l. N1.E- 6* ' NOW .LAN, ' .- S ' oda Water . Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, I-PrPOSITBE TIHE CATHOLICO 'C HAPEL ... VE1 NER-STREET, GOULUURN.' : , 54(4 : :-: GEORGE DAYIS, .;, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, ,...E.TD;BGS to inform Iris friends, and tbo public gener . .;, ally, that he has taken the MVL; ' 'CtIWt-WAK.&,E, INN,, ,,:,. ..adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the towlh of oulburn, and on " '"''The direct Road to the Snowy River' Diggings, :'iaswoll as to Braidwood, Bungendoro, Qiteanbeyan, Gundaroo, Cooin, '&c., &c. The house is replete with every convenei'coibi . the greatest care and attention' will be' paid to tlihe , , requirements of travellers. ' "" :, . , There is a '' . :, SPLENDID, CAMPING GROUND, ;,.!* where people can graze their stock . , . " . Free of Charge. '. TH '.' , WINES AND SPIRITS,'' S' nifSilqur i?it y.wl, ' bo found unsurpsaodd in tho colony ; elieo' edgqomns, a,csomfortablo, as can be wished,...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

CA.EDNDALI. HATUIII1A .....on.. .17 4 LI C SB BRllht)Y.I)AY..... ,15 4n hI D II1 TUES~DAY ........ ip 450(O 040 0

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

BIRTH. ON the 9th of November, Mrs. H. S. CLARKE, of a   daughter. MARRIED, AT Sydney, on the 8th instant, by special license by the Rev. W. Ross, JOSEPH BULL, eldest son of Mr. JOSEPH BULL, of Goulburn, to CATHE- RINE, eldest daughter of the late Mr. THOMAS BRODIE, of Goulburn.         SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, o PPOSI'TE TIHE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VBRNEIR-STREET, GOULIIURN. 54?4 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, S"EGS to inform his friends, and the public gone. . ally, that he has taken tife 1WULWA.RREE INNi adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy Riveri Diggings, as well as to Braidwood, Buugendoro, Queanboyati, Gundaroo, Cooma, &e., &c The house is replete with every conveniencb, .and the greatest care and attention will be paid to tho requirements of travellers. . .'hreo.is a 'SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, whore people can graze their stock Free of Charge. ' .?PE WIINES AND SPIRITS, for:quality, will be found unsurpassed in, the colony; t'lho'bdd-roome as comfortable as can be wished, THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and superintenrded by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling: ' Corn and ha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

TIe position of the Upper House question at the present moment is of such grave im .portanco that we offer no apology for recur ring to the subject. In order to ensure good laws we must take care that those who are to makeo them are properly solected; but, unless some good genius interfere to prevent the misfortune that now seems almost inevi table, the most vicious form of legislature that could possibly be fastened upon: i country, will be imposed upon Now, South Wales within six months from this time. In order to show clearly the state of the case, it will be desirable to republish the third clause of the Constitution Act, which runs as follows: The members of the first Legellatvoe Councll of the said colony, who shall be so summoned by the Governor, (as provided in the preceding clause), shall hold their respective seats therein for five years, from the dnto of the first summonses to the said Legislativo Council; but all future members of the said Legislative Council, who shall ...

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EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. GARIBALDI AND CAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

1U1U.WUAAT 1 JXTACTS. GARIBALDI AND CAVOUR. (l~om thI/e home News.) The great question of the moment is, what is the nature and extent of the quarrel, and what the probabilities of a reconcilement, between Garibaldi and Cavour? Upon'the solution of this problem, it is, perhaps, not too mnuch to say that the destinies of Italy now hang. It is stated on good authority that Kossuth has written'a letter to the Dictator, strongly urging him to act in concert with Victor Emmanuel and his cabinet, in whoso hands is the salvation of Italy, to take no step against Rome for fear of irritating rFrance, nod to abstain from agitating Hungary at present, because the country is not ready. Advice from such a quarteri is likely to be most respectfully listened to, for Kossuth relies ultimately upon the support of Italian patriots to aid the work which heo, proposes to accotmplish in lmungary. The ' Opinion Nationale,' dwelling upon the obvious fact that Cavour and Garibaldi have both substantiadly t...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

LOCAL.ANDJ PROVINCIAL. Tnui WuATiirr. nAN Tia MAiL,.-Theate roles hlnve, caused the rising of io ?waters dol all thl,ri'drs between Goihlurn and Sydity, ndi as a consequen?e nmaitl'l'uiiitidnon:'wlwthl t e motrpblls his. beeoon nthirelyi'nisibided. 'I'lib mitil ldue 'in Stinddy ~iven Ing, had not arrived upto twelve o'clolck last !hight. Telegrlnphio 'dotiiunioatlon has also ,been in'terrdpted in eolnsequence. of some dlsarrangenomnt of the lino between, Borrima and Sydney, whllch necessitated the ailisoneoof the' Berrima operator on "Monday and Tuesday, to set it right, and mesceogos wore only tranalie tedt at a ItO'l hoar 'lset eveniing As a conseqienee, we are williout itoy news from Sydney since Thursday last. .Tho.punt. at Berrima was washed 'ahoy on Saturday last, and thuliriver was thno bank high; TinT ODD-tLr.r.oWS have received a letter, from Mr. T. A. Murray, through Mr. Alloermani Sibley, from which it appears that the nappliantion of that sooloty for a grant of land, aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860

The Goulburn Sohool .': T.I "TANTED, A' GOOD LAUNDRESS9 S ,W.. anted, A ",CARPENTER. Apply at the ofilco of thbi LI. paper. 6895 Stolen or Strayed, A BOUT the month of March last, from the Fish L Biver, near Wheeo- A BROWN MARE, aged, branded WADE under saddle, near sido AB near shoulder, JW off shotilder 8 near cheek. :Aldso BROWI FILLY, nuear hlioulder, Wfq off shoulder, two years old. ',And>BAY FILLY, VN under saddle, 'near ?ide; S hito in forehead, like letter 0 If slolen Ten Pounds Reward will be paid on con 1-vietion of'thl thief; if istrayed, One Pound each on delivery to Mr. MATTHEW BEVAN,; FiTsh Rier, near Whoeeo, or 'JAMES NUGENT, STelegraph Hotel,. 68b4 bGunning. Ten Pounds Reward, ... .... T PTOLEN or STRAYED, supposed to be stolen and taken in the direction of Cavan-i?,? ? One CHESNUT. FILLY, two years old, white fjeeo, ,, ,.'broken to saddle, branded F near shoulder.', Two Pounds will be paid on recovery, of the i@liy, and PEN POUNDS' on conviction .of, theo thief"o...

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