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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860

POETRY Give me the present hour of joy, Though the dark sorrows of the past Be unforgotten let me seize All passing pleasures while they last.   Hopeless, alone! through weary years, With wreck'd and wasted heart, and life, Unloved! it is my lot to toil And battle with the storms of life. Dark is the ftutre---youth is gone! My heart is chilI'd witih grief and care; And time, with stealthy fingers, weaves His threads of silver in my hair. It matters not why these things be, They are so: mine, perchance, the sin The folly that hath cast away All that life hath of worth to win. Blame then, or blame me not: the leaf Which Autumn plucks, and leaves to die Unheeded on the pathway, needs Weak sympathy as much as I. H.F. A.  

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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THE MOORISH EMBASSY TO THE COURT OF ST. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

THlE MOORISHII EMBASSY TO TOlE COURT OF ST. JAMES. (From the Times.) Wr have already briefly noticed the arrival and departure of an accredited ambassador, accompatnild by a numerous suite from the Court of Morocco to the Court of St. James. As this illustrious personage has now left our shores, we think it due to such a visita tion-which has not happened sinc te days of Charles II.-to give to our readers some account of this embassy, Without further preface we we proceed with our description. On the 14th of June, two missions from the Court of Morocco simultaneously embarked at Tnagier, the one proceeded to England the other to France. On the 20th of the same month the embassy for England arrived at Portsmouth in the screw frigate Melpomeno, Captain Ewart. The embassy was accompnnied from Tangier by Mr. James do 'Vismo Drummond -Hay, O.B, late vice-consul at Tetuan, lut now paid attach6 to his brother, Mr. John Drummond Hnay, our energetic minister resident at Tangier. It is well k...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

Wanted, ' A GOOD LAUNDRESS,'a HOUSEMAID, and 'a a HOUSE SEIiVANTto wait at table-man or'woman. For good sorvants, wages nos cldorsidartlon .06W . '.FAITHIIFULL, Wanted A RESPECTABLE WOMAN as HOUSEMAID,. : f or.theloueantry. Apply at the' Herald' office. g915' One Hundred Pounds Reward. W HEREAS, on the' night of SATURDAY, .the 13th instant, TWO of my WORKING BUL LOCOKS were maliciously SHOT, in the paddocks at Gunnary Creek, by somen evil disposed person 'or persons, I hereby give notice that I will pay a reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS to any person who will give ouch information as wivll lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders.. THOMAS WILDING. 'Burrowa, 17th October, 1860. . .e6667 Reward. T 0 L EN 'OR STRAYED, ONE RED BULLOCK. branded JO off rump. ONE RED BULLOCK, branded HUG off ribs.: -Both have a piece out of the off oar about the S'size of a penny; seen at Gundary, about ten days ago. One pound reward will be given upon their return, or for information of their wher...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

Trin IMPOUNDING ACT on sale at the Herald '. Book Mart and Steam Machine Printing Oflice. Price Is. I post free, Is, 3d. P. N. RUSSELL AND CO. DESIRE to call the attentionf of persons engaged in the Iron Trades, Mililowners, Enginecrs,'ee., to- the undermentioned 'articles, luer? 'quanettles of which are now on hand and for SALE at reduced prices i- Anvils, bellowsiforge backs, &c.' : Bar and sheet iron -"- - Boller plate; rivets; nuts and bolts , Vulbantsdod and lenther mill belts Cast, shear, and blister steel Canmvas and leather hose COitti porchis and india rubber ?ose; Gas pipe and fittings, both black and galvanised Patent steam and vacuum gauges, Engine cooks and paeliing Breass, copper, iron, and steel wire, all sizes Sheet copper and brass Stool plates, muntz metal, and coppdr bolt Steamers' signal lanterns and coloured lights Oils, paints, and brushwaro Galvanised corrugated irone Vertical, circalar, pit, and cross-cut saws Turning lathes, and drilling machines Wro...

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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

SYNIYY. [PnOO OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Saturday afternoon. LAST night was a tolerably busy one in the metro politan eleolorates. • We had a meeting.at Robin son's public.houso, inl Palmer-street, In favour of James Martin, at which it became pretty plain that the interest which supported him before will back him now; though what peculiar virtues of Mr. Martin have secured for him the political good-will of the Roman Cathollo section of the community, it would'pu?ale a'Philadolphla lawyer to tell. There is lose doubt, houwoyer, aboit the impropriety of these religious organslations. Where no roligious principle is involved, I 'siy fearlossly, that it is "a sits and ia shame to organiso religious liarties like thiosu-to talk' of "the Catholic vote," or- ":the Protestant vote," when eaich should vote according to his conscientious view of the political bearings of the case: 'The'day:will yet come, when much mis. chief will result from these mistaken proceedings on' the part of the Catho...

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MR. MURRAY AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

MR. MURRAY AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. To the Editor of the Herald. I would ratter liear a braren candlestick tuned thns thinl same moetr ballad mongero-Shahrspcar.-HIonry 1V.,lst part. Smt,-At the present crisis of colonial affairs, if the people of Argyle allow Mr. Murray again to represent their most influential district they deserve to have the county disfranchised, Mr. Murray has long since forfeited the confidence of the electors;. This was well understood to be the case during the Driver and Murray contest, andl had it not, been from circumstances to which I will not revert, mid I hope never to see again, he (Mr. Murray) would not have held the position of Speaker of the House, Mr. Murray, on the day of his nomination, proved himself to be an excellent special pleader, and the liberal sentiments which he then mouthed ore rotundo, carried away with him the better judgment of many of us. But how did he fulfil the promises he then mado? Going down to the House and factiously, any even...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

LOCAL AND PROYINCIAL. GOULBIluRN `QUAlTER' SESSIONS. SATunODAY, NovyEMnBLi24.., Te-n court was opened. this morning, when his Honor Judge Callaghan took his. soat at a few mirlutes past ton o'clock, David Grant Forbes, Esq., ap loared on behalf of the Crown.? Mr. Forbes addressed tile court, stating that Ie? desired to explain the cause of his appearing on tihln occasion, and to apologizeo for *the delan;. he had' unavoidably,, occasioned.. The, learned gentleman stated that hoe had been. asked by Mir. Templeton some time back whether he could take these sessions for him, as unless lie could it wouldboe,neceessary for him ((Mr. Temploton) to make othel arrangements. After somoe onsideration ihe had undertaken to aet for that gentleman, and so disposed his journey as to be in Goulburn on Wednesday, but owing to tihe severity of tile weather, and the difficulty of travolliig, thre Brrima sessions did not conclude' untii Thursday, and it was impossible for him to arrive in Goulburu bef...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

SMORUYA. (Fromn lr ovne corres)o;dcnt.) Tu.n weather. has boon, for some weeoks past, and still is, mostfavourable to the interests of the farmer and grier. ,The' grass is unusually good this season owing to the abundant rain with whipli we continue to be favoured; but I am sorry to noticeo, th?b the wheat' crops appear, in many instances, to be very light, though not exactly what I should term as failure. APRnoAorsINo EL?CTION.- Oar vill~go politicians are in full glee this week, in anticipation of the election, which is almost sure to take plnes;'and many a wordy debate is hold in our streets and publio-houses, as to the merits of the respective gentlemen who are likely to contest the represonta lion of this district. Mr. Egan, our present member etanding, as he does, deservedly, so high in the estl mation of the electors, will of courso come forwaid. Mr. Clarke, the unsuccessful candidate at the lato election, is also spoken of, and considerable weight is added to this statement ...

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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT.' Tirs court was opened, proforn??, on bondaiy morn ing, and adjourned until yesterday (Tuesday) with the t~hideriitandiiig that the jury cases would be heard on Wednesday. One case, however, that of James Gallagher against Edward Spencer Antill, was by arranrgemaolit, in order to meet the convehiencu of Mr. Forbes, agreed to be taken on Tuesday at, twelve o'lbclk.' About thirty undefended and short causes of no public interest were disposed of at the opening of the court on Tueosday. r James Gallagher as. E.. S. Antill.-This was an adtioh bri'oight by a horse-breaker, against Mfr. Antill, for work and labour done; also, for malicious prosecution and imprisonment; and thirdly, for a maliolous libel. M''. r; Walsli conducted the plaintiff's ease. D. G. Forbes; Esip, was counsel for the defence. [Wo are obllgeda, for want of room, td defer a full report `until our next publication.] - The jury, after a short deliberation, returned a verdlot or the plaintiff on ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

Lunle teroterwise espreeed, thie prices quoted In this article are ..tIoseo.n traoeettlona betweecn t producer and the. flrt pur "chaer.; not u between one daler, andanother, tuuh lees the. retatull prlcoel ........ , "':" tttwe0oon Pratte Ounnooen tnee flOttr,;pentee, £4;0 wheat, per bashelt, tse.; bran te. ed,; maize, er bhay, £10 to £11 perton potatoes per owl tO; tolie,;, freash butter, per lb., Is.to In. 8d.I slt butter, per lbC,' ld,; hese, 7d. to 8d;lboeai, ltd. to tld., ' i Qh eAebndYA Ie nate Oant ?,o-- Wehat por bushel, 10s, to 10i. Od,; louat, fie,,per ton, £07;.eeeonde; lt; bread, 8d. to id.; bran, per btshel, les8do tole:Ctd, mlete, 4e, to Oa.; barley, 4e. to 4. old e; ats, C'Od; tiny, per toll, £O to £7; butter, per thore Odl to Is.; elicese, Cd. to 7d. bro. Od to td.; eggs per dozen Is. Odi to Is Od,; potltoes, per ton, £ u; fte Kltlo,per head, M£ IOn. to £7 10e. sheeol, 1rn. to eae.; plle' pier b, Old,; hidos, esah, Os. Cd. to e. etihnenklans, iper Ib,, 4(d. to C1 00...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

;Ponc, mn ?oirT.-On Saturday theore was no buslnessbefore the court.-On Monday, one drun kard was fined five shillings, and another discharged. -E-dward Bunn was charged with suspicion of horse stealing, but there was no evidence to oubstantiate the charge, and he was released from custody.-On Tuesday,no business on the sheet. INQUEST.-An inquiry toolplace on Monday last, at Moses Buird's Bridgo Hotel, before Il. Waugh, Esq., coroner, on the body of Mary Smith, wife of a boot maker, named Joseph Smith, residing in Auburn strout, who died suddelonly on Sunday morning last. Dr. lanford deposed, that he hod made a post mor tuent xamination of the body ofldecensed; on examin ing the body externally ha could inot observe any receont marks of violence, with the exception of. a bruise on tile left chcok, runder the eyet on removing tho sull ncp a quantity of sorouos fluid scaped, and theo membranes of tile brain were highly congested; the remaining orgnos of tthe body were heaolthy, except...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

To the 1ditor of the Herald. . Smn,--It' was promised at the last election there should 'be 'a polling place either. at Inveraloeby or Tarago. In thlntdistrict there are a great number 'of electors, nearly one hundred; somnio of whom'havo nearly thirty miles to come to poll, and many will abstain voting on account of the distance..'. I?possiblo a polling place should be proclaimed for the cont vonileoe.of the farmers, whose time at' this moment is precious. AN ELECTOR OF T'AT DISTRICT.

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COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

COUNThY NEYWS. BERIRIMA. ' (Fronma Corrrelpondent.) A .distrlict. court.- cal court of quarter sessions having been appointed to be holden on Monday, , 19th November, and Judge Cary being detained -by, stress of weather on the road, the provisions of the' act of council 16 Vict. No. 36,woere resorted to as regarded the quarter sessions, and two magistrates taking their seats on the beuch, adjourned that court to the following morning at ton o'clock. On the' assembling of the magistrates on Tuesday, W. J. Cordeaux, Esq., J.P., was elected chairman, who, having taken h'is seat, assisted bye Charles Nicholson, Esq., J.P.,' the business of the quarter.sessions was proceeded with. William Jones and John Ogilvie, alias Ogaui, on remand to Goulburn from last court day, for violent assaultwith intent to rob, were brought up, and on ititimation from the registrar that a sheriff's return of non eat invent?u had been made to the estreated recognizances of each of the witnesses for the prose cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE TUE CATHOLIC CHAPEL' VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494! GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, HCEGS to Inform his friends, and the public goner-, lJ.~ ily, that he has taken tbo MWULWARRBE INN, adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy River Diggings, as well as to Brnidwood, BIungndoro, quoanbeyan, Gundaroo, Coomno, &c., &c. The house is replete with every convenience, and the greatest care and attention will be paid to the requirements of travellerse. There is a , SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where people can graze their stock Free of Charge. THE NINES AND SPIRITS, for quality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; thb' bedroom as comfortable as can be wished, and THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and seperintended by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling: Corn and hay' in any ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

AT the present political crsisi in the affitirs of the country it is Inmentable to find so few good men and true offering themselves as can idates for the representation in parliament of he various constituencies, and it is a sign of how little healthy ambition there is on tha part of those who ought to be the foremost nmn of the country, to see that in a vast number of instances there is yet i're no candi dntes whatever in the field, or only just so many as there are are members to be returned. There appears every probability that in the great majority of cases there will be no con test, andi the course will be walked over by any candidate who may at the eleventh hour present himself. This is by noimeans consolatory to those who have pinned their lhith to the success of responsible government. There is lbut too grant a probability of each succeeding parlia mInt deterioratilg, until at last, instead of a seat in the assembly of the nation being ro garded as an honour, it will be loo...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

uALmNDAPI, thy of NOOui'. Diyrof huea hVrehu ulhhl hnr. Sue cite WEWII)DDAY Norl. 8 hh 04 i )IUIIRIBSAY. . ( g 1(h 4 9 0 9 FRIIA) *~9 440 DuD 27 n'VR1)N1ESDAY, 1N'tVJ~SM1EJ1 28, 1889i.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 November 1860

BIRTH. ON the 27th instant, Mrs. WILLIAMS, of Clifford- street, of a daughter.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

C,1UCKlET. YJ'iTEss AYi 0 tho retilnR match btwueeni tho Union Club and cloven ptityvrs of the tow viund distriet wais ployod on the rourutiotni grunid lfiilg Slosmune-itronot. £lio gm05n conmmenced l hout olovu u oulotk. 1". lltlnburgor, Esquire, olllntlted il us iopire for the IT ions asd J. F. K)iny, EFlquiro, ,foe tlheir ntsg. mit,. 'lh Unlhsns l ?o tho wiche lis first, nod oflot :,5 .. t m gn jt I';y w5nt out with Ia sore oif' 62. ThIu >',n t!:c:"e rt in tnt succeeded ii gettig a:,, .in th,:i: , +.end i.d?.tls thi.e nitons got 95, Cod thie own0 5 , Tih following is the score:. UNIOil. 02ae INirstB aCJoInings.. P yton b. lut ttr ,,,, .... , buoro wiT lotl ..... 2..... 1 iltanotia n. DIaVI ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,.. 5 C. l5,ssasulr ..,, ',, ~11 AidIron b, Ollltsltu , ........ . 8 i. ]? un alu r .... . 24 Thmsbyi hit whiket ................. 0 bS. Eitllhslgto.... ....... 2 .Ch hotis . Syo l ..... 4 b i. Ullet s .....l 7 1'oivr bi. Olluirslo ..:......:........ 10 ei s Iinnl .... ,,,.., ...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

To thlie Editor of the Herald. S?i,--Iavlng latoly returned from Kiandra, I was induced by the auriferous appearance of the country above the banks of the Murrumbidgeo liver, to spend a few weeks prospecting that river, with our party of five in all, in the hopes of discovering the preoious metal; nor were wo altoigother disappointed, leavlng in no fewer than sixty different placeos found gold in quantities that would well repay the minor for his trouble in sluicing. It may perhaps be as well to inform your readers who may not be ac qunainted with this part of the country, that the source of this river is within four miles of Kiandra, andresolves the greater part of Its water from the Australian Alps; a country whihe in the opinion of geologists generally is considered naturiferous. At tho juatlon of Ingalero Creole with this river, we found good prospects, and should have cam mncced operations there but for the late floods. I mean to work it as soon as the river falls. All the gold...

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To Messrs. P. Dignam, W. Davies, and Other Requisitionists. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

To Mesars. P. Dignam, W. Davies, and S other Requisitionists. GENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to aocknow-. lodge your requlition for my coneon to pinco me in nomination for the Electorate of Goulburn at the ap proaching election. I heartily thank you for this expression of your confidence, and notwithstanding the sacrifice which doing so involves, I cannot withhold my consent. I. cainnot ignore the importance of the present crisis as it affects the future welfaro of the colony. On the day of nomination, now at hand, I will give expression to the views I entertain on public matters. In the meantime, I may state that with respect to the questions to which you more particularly refer, I am an advocate for free selection, both before and after surveys but I think Mr. Rtobertson's bill defec tive in not providing for speedy survey on selection, such being absolutely necessary to impart to the selector confidence in the acqulsition of his selection, and courage to proceed with his improvement...

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