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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

OOUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. (Fres our own Oorresposutent.) INQUEST.-On Monday, the 26th Instant, an in. quest was hold at the barp Inn, before A. Morton, Esq., district coroner, and a jury of twelve, upon the body of George Charles Green, who died in the lock up on the morning of that day, between nine and ten o'clock. The coroner and jury proceeded to view the body of deceased, which was that of a mna between forty and fifty years of ago; the body was very much, emaciated, and in a filthy state; the lower part of the back was covered with superficial sores and ulcers, as also the outside of the right thigh. The following evidence was then adduced: Thomas Moran deposed: I am a constable stationed at Micilago; on the afternoon of Friday, the 23rd instint, deceased was given into my charge at Mid logo as a prisoner in escort to Queanboyna, on routo to Goulburn gaol; I received the accompanying war rant of committal of the deceased to Goulburn gaol as a dangerous lunatic [the warrant was...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

FINLAY AND CO. Have received instructions from Mr, I, Gnuco, to mcll PRIVATELY, At their Roomits; " jrf IlE whole of his valuable property in the town L and suburbs of ..oulburn,comprising the fol lowing valuable allotments:--?. ?; LOT 1.-Allotment iI, seotlon 89,. town of Got burn, being a full 'half.nero..allotment, and having frontages of 66 fooeet to Grafton-street and to Rteynolds.street.i LOT 2.-Allotment 1 of section 48,, town of Goul burn, esituated at the coroer; of,. Cowper and Clinton-streets, baviog a frontago of 182 feet to the former by 165 feet. to the latter. This valuable allotment Is so slttuated as to command the whole of the trattlo- froirnind to Burrows, the Fish River, Mummell, Wheeo, Bland, in short, the whole of the southern.dlstriets render ing it.a choloe site for a puble-house. LOT 3,-Part of allotmuntsal l And 12, ofseotion 20, containing 07 foot frontage to Auburn-street, by 150 to Bradley-street, withli back entrance by reserved lane. This is unquestion...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

`CO11I!ERC1AL. lfnIt OJLDc 01, Frlday evening, 0i0121ss hkm exhibited some signseof improvomont during th, past week, - Mr. frelo ton purohased) largely for the Lambing Plat. Pr S rimness nmsoluable. - M[essr. S. Emonuol and Son report the purchase of twelve bales of wool from tie Tass ltiver. Olossre. DI.?0A0 AND Co. report --Stook.-Slnco our last no have sold 8 head of horsos, at from £4 10., to £1210., The dmannd Is still very porearious and. uncertain, and tire market decidedly unfavourablo to sellers; Also a small draft ofyoung. cattlo to Mr. ]ashalgtlhnalghto, nt £2 Os. per head, P~roduce.' -We have sold at load of lheepsktls, a very Inferior ploreol, at 0t ad, per Ib., Considering the condition of tbe skins,, the price was good, Lond, &o,-31r. ]lredbnry's property was hnooked down to Mb, W SnTonoos for £000, T?me wrn0s no competition, the loIt indifferent new' from Kiandra hmvln t apparently had it depressing InfluoeO ona Queonbtynn prooerly. losers. NNlAlY ANn CO, re...

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THE RESERVES AND FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

THE RESEIRVES AND FREE SELECTION. (Froms the 1Empire.) Tun frequent repetition of a fidsehood has a strong' tendency to make its ntterer himself believe what was at first.4 intended only to dle coiveo others. Olr daily conteml)porar'y has probably in this way become the unwitting victim of a righteous retribution. Assertions and statements, at first simply meant to mis lead tis public, it soon came to regard as triths, and now that the dupe of its own folly and falsehood is that sinking into a state of "second childishness and mere oblivion," it continues to nnnmble day after day the ohl story of fatbrications and fallacies, although they were long sines worn threadbare, and have been confnted over and over again, and for the most part have beeoon abandoned, even by those whose interests they were in tended to subserve. On no subject have these mendacious attempts to mislead been more persistent or apparently more successful than , on the matter of the 1hseurces in the Unsettled Dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

Wanted, A GOOD.LAUNDRESS, a HOUSEMAID, and a HOUSE. SERVANT to walt at table-man or woman. .:. For good servante, wages no consideration. 00" 1W. 1'.' FAITHIIFULL. Wanted, A RHISPIIOTABIE WOMANta IIiOUSEMAID, i for tho country., Apply at thu ' Horald'oflieo. Wanted, Z'1 tALB Ge~neral IInts 8 rvant, ' pply to Mrs,,'R.,TAYLOIR, Moutaguo-stro. . 6087 Wanted, AN ACT'I1VE LAD, to 'aSSist In the kitchen, Apply a MANDELSON'S Hotel, 6080 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE GIlL;' as.: Cook and . ..Lauidross, Apply to 'ars.; IIAN?01D1) S, 088 GRI:EA.T INTPIT2UXS OF SEASONABLE DBAPEERY, GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER CLOTHING, ASSORTED BOOTS AND SHOES &c., EXPRESSLY POR THE CHRISTIMAS TRADE. E. BUTLER, WTITH much pleasure, solicits the attention of FAMILIES, WHOLESALE BUYERS, and the PUBLIC generally to his present extraordinary LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS, just come to hand, offering an unusually favourable opportunity for making EXTENSIVE PURCHASES. It is not too muchi to say, that no House can supply Famili...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

SIYDNEY; (rote oust OWN Colnl t SPOND01NT.] W'ednesday afternoon. I Am really unable to think of any single nlijeet to write about excepting the elections, resperelinglwhieh publio Interest, whleich t rewhile seemed asleep. is ntw at all events whinl awake and astir. What motive of modesty or ilashfdllnls induces your into melmber, Mr. Roberts, to withdraw his pntroonge from Goal. hbrn, I know not; t hte in now in the field for Canterbury, with smnll ehnnces of succerss, Lnas's election ibing sure, and he being ablt to uke ii any body lie likes as a colleneun. I did hear soamen days ago thint Mr. Flood was desirous of getting tip n rto. quisition to himself from Cnterlbuiry, hit failed. This gentleman, I im sorry to sany, has not only lost much of his popularity, but has jua~tified by his con. duct the withdrawal of the same. lie lins lately entered to even a greater extent then ibefore into pastoral speculations, and of course there woul ie no arm in this If lie did not sutfer the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water ' Lemonade and Cordial Manu?faotuirers, O PPOSI''lE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ~ E. VERNER4STRBIT,:GOULBURN. 5494 iSnowyRiver Diggings. INTENDING DI?GERS are invitedeto call and ,.,"Inepoct thoe goods on osale by the1 undersigned, tho whole of which are of the most suitable descrip tion and of first-class qutality, and among..:others comprise 'Tho genuine American grained leather pegged Hungarian 1vaterproof boot . The embossed front calf pogged and nailed ditto, b: ost quality 'The gilt front lltto ditto, without nails Tho?ryntrpronof'ruihbor i noleonn. Theobetgraidd' E?nglish napoleon The bost enameolled English napoleon The best enrtmellled English thigh boot The bet hotooehide legged napolekon (only les, per. pair). Also, Any quantity of watertightts, firom 7s, Gd, per pair Amorlean pegged booLts, s. ditto (only a few boxes). JAMES VICKER Y, 06203 370, George-street, Sydney.r Caution. A L goodas amfaegred by 'us boart our name LI logibly stamped on ...

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ANNUAL MEETING OF GOULBURN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

ANNUAL M )EETING. ]OF GOULBUIN BAND OF 110.1'E. Tim flfth annliversary of' this socloty was hold onil the evolning of the' 28th Instant, in the lBaptist Chpel, which was orowded on thu occaonslo the. chApl was decorated with flags and banners, with sunitble inscription-dove withloalivo branch in the contre, &o,. " The oev. Mr. Ross pr?silod'fayhkoi after the usuali prollaslnarles, openod th h t{uis~ls of lthe meeting, sayling, ha was rejoloed to es so many young plr sons brought togethor; It showeod'tht the efiforts of those who hiad originated the Goulburn Bland of Hiope had hoen orowned with success. ie believed they had taken a stop in tho right direotion, in re fo'rence to o ohohking intomoporanco; it was not as curativo process as with ithe old. lieo anilipalted groat good from the movmtent-tho moral trainingl of tihe yoiung was of (hao stnost iuportalnoe, and he haid no dohubt but that many of thoso who hatll given so tlaih tilo ls in cotlexion with this sooloty would ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINOIAL: GOULBURN DISTIICT COURT, t?UDesar, Novotnant 27. JAMES OA.LAOIIItR V. EDWARD sPEiNOnER ANTII.L Mr. Walsh appeared for the plaintiffi ). G. Forbes, Esq., conducted the defence. Mr. Walsh stated the case. The plaintiff, James Galsglher, allas Blind Jemmy, was employed by Mr. Antill, a gentleman of property residing at Molonglo, to break in horses for him. Plaintiff had broken in about nine or ten, andi daring the limo ho was so employed had taken a fancy to a bay entire colt, branded SA, nod had bargained for its purchase frome Mr. Antill,. A differenco had ensued betweew the parties, and plaintflf discontinaued his services. 'luintliff took away the colt, anndl placed him with i neighbour living on the next farm to Mr. Antill's, for the purpose of biniog out. When anway from Mr. Antill's, hie sunially saw an advertisement in the 'Goulburn Hlerald,' offering n reward for the re covery of the haise, aild stating that a warrant hail ben issuied for the apprehension...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 December 1860

ORIGINAL POETRY THE FAREWELL. BY R. H. Farewell to the past and its pleasures, Its memory I cherish still kindly; But its brightest and fairest of treasures I mournfully leave far behind me. Remember'd the smile and the soft falling tear, The voice, like sweet music swelling; For ever remember'd and fondly held dear That homely and parentlike dwelling. My hopes now are blasted; the brightest are fled And cruelly torn from my breast; But affection will love till her fieelings be dead In the grave, where all sorrows will rest. But, alas 'tis useless---your heart is enstranged--- The serpent of vice has deceived you; But know, that towards you my heart is unchanged, And mournfully, sadly, I love you. Farewell, dearest Emma, God bless you my prayer; Wherever on earth I may dwell T'hy form to my vision is constantly near, Adieu, dearest Emma farewell. Bungonia, 18th November, 1860.

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AT DENISON. On Monday, the 7th day of January next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

AT DNIo0Non. On Monday, the 7th day of ,TJanuary next,. BUBeURAN LOTS.-snYMOo., Lot 1, 6 acreas 3.roods 18 perches; t lot 2 7 ieeres 2 roods 24,poerchos-allotmintsi'and 2 ,of section 46. The upset'prico'of the abovo lotstis £2 los, per acro. Lots 3 to 7, 3 acresl I rood each, allotments 3 to 7 of section 46. i . , ,,. , .; SThe upset price of the above lots is £83 peracre. Lots 8 to 15, I acre 2roods each, allotments. I to 8 of section 50o. Lots 10 to 23, 1 acro 2 roods each, allotments I to 8 of setion 5I. , . SLots. 24 to 20, 1 acre, 8, porches; lots o30 aid 31, 1 acro 1 rooe 20 perches ; lots 32 to 37, 1 acre 8 porches {.lots 38 and 30, I acre 1I rood 26 perelies allotments 1 to i6 of section 54, The upset price of the above loto is £4 per acre. TOWN LOTS.-SBBYOURe. Lot 40, 2. roods 6, perches; lot .41, 2 roods 27 porches ; lot'42, 3, oods 7 porches ; lot 43,2 roods 37 peorches 1ot244,2 roods.S,20porches lots 45 and 46, 2 roods 17 perches each; Ilota 47 and 48, 2 roods 28 perches...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, BERRIMA. On Friday, the 4th day of January next. COUNTRY LOTS.—CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

AT TOlE POIC.eoFbr BcEanoirA. On Friday, the 4th day of January nort. COUNTRY LOTS.-CAMODEN. Lot 1, 49 acres t lot 2, 48 acres-:on and itnear the Great Southern Rtoad, at the Cut.away Hill, about four miles north-easterly from Borrima. The upset prico of thoaihov' lots is £1 per acre. TOWN LOTS.-eUTTON 'OREST. Lots 3 to 22, 2 roods cacl, allotments 1 to 20 of sectlon 2. "t 'Lots 23 to 32, 2 rooda 12 perches each, allotments I to 10 of section 3, Lots 33 to '2, 2'rooeds 12 perches each, allotments I to 10 of section 4. ' " Lot 48, 2 roods 8 perches; lot 44, 2 roods 2 perchesl lot 45, trood 36porches; lot 46,.1 rood 30 po'rches; lot 47. 1 rood 24 perches 1 lot 48, 1 rood 19 perches ; lot 49, I rood 13 perches ; lot 1O, I rood7 perches; lot 51, I roods lot 52, 36 perches-allotnioents I to 10 of section 5, Lot 53, 2. roods; lo 54, 2 roode 33porcheios-allot monts 4 and 12 of section 6. The upset price of the above lots is £8 per acre.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

11,1Il, IMPOUNDING cA, on salet tthao Herald Book Mart and Steam Machine Printing Office, Price Is. ; post free, I?, 3d. Town.olerk's office, Goulburn, SNovember 30th, 1860,. To Contractors and Others. T ENDERIS will be received at the Town-hall, until three o'clock on TIIURSDAY, the oth December, for the following work: CONTRACT No. 8.-Laying cross gutters in SAuburn-street, to connect the rough gutters .in Verner.stroeet, Montaguo street, and Clififrd.street, Spooifleation and form of tender can be soonee at the T?own-hall, and further particulars obtained from the Town-surveyor. Tenders to be endorsed, "Tender for guttering Auburn-stroet," and addressed to J. T. GANNON, 006973 Town.olorkl, Notice. rýIIIE undersigned bog to inform Mining Corn . . panies 'and others engaged in mining operations that they have always on hand an assortment of Quartz crushing machinos Pumps, with patoent hose Pclks, shovels . - Quicksilver . And oevery other requisiteo for the minor. ' P. N. RUSSELL a...

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THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

TlE CONSTITUTIONAL CONSPIRACY. (From the Empire.) IT is no secret "that, somewhat less than a fortnight ago, a few gentlemen of tory and conservative tendencies, assembled in a certain dancing=room in the city, with the ostensible object of founding then and there a "Constitutional Association." The grotes queness of the'smurrounding circumstances has probably caused many to dismiss the subject with a geod-humoured laugh ; but we can assure all such easy-going persons that it is no laughing matter. The "Association" is an accomplished fact. A "general com mittee" and honorary secretaries have been appointed, 'and quite unostentatiously, and quiet as moles, these modest committee-men and their secretaries are now working the "constitutional " oracle. We are happy to bn enabled to rescue the names of those in dustrious patriots from the unmnerited obscurity to which they have hitherto been consigned. We have before us a list of the "general committee" and other great " con stitutional...

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MR. MURRAY AND HIS CLAP-TRAP ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

AIR. MURRAY AND HIS CLAP-TRAP ADDRESS. tHaving served for seventeen years In the legeslature of this .ountry, my ehnracter no a public mane hIo' been long befo.e yell-Mr. Moerreje' adderassC lto, hiecnstituets~. T"'othe Edilor of the' HIerald. SiR-Sinco penning :my previous letter to you, MAr. Murraiy's taddress to hls constituents hits come before Its. He says it ls ieuedleks for himt to :enter into iny 'ieenernl exposition of hispolitical opinions. An cohlo sine ?thLi bush snilslwoers, needlessl-i-n fiat it woutid be' o wasteo of. thien to the writorj andoto theordndotr t bore. In the good old 'days, wheno nothing weas re presented bute the sheep, when a few gentlement in the pastoral interest alone possessed 'the frtanchise, and the blessed privilege of electing usone another, the, farrce of an elotionm-ohli moickery to the colonists was gotnethrough, the;people who nad no voice andl nothing to hope for, looked on with listless apathy. 'What was it to thorn wheether Mr A,.'or. Mr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. "GO IT." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

ORIGINAL POETRY. "GO IT." You're a sinner, sir, And you know It But, no matter, friend, S "Go it I" Only by-and.bhy You may chance to die t There's a God on high, And you khow it. You have wronged the poor, And you know it; Made their sornows sure. Goe it !" Yonder wrinkled crone Shall, before the throne, All your sins snake known t How you sen' her cold, Shivrering, and old, From the crazy wall, Ready to its fall ; In the rain-storm sent, When, for lack of rent, Tears she gave and groan; I You-for bread-a stone. You're a sinner, sir, And you know it; But, no matter, friend, "Go it l" Only there's a place, When you've run your race. Shame willveil your face., Dare you show it ? Men have given you gold, And yeou slow it ; Earth your praises told. "Go it I" God your gold can rnst, Turn your frame to dust. Ask for you to trust: Can you show it ?

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

COUNUTUlY. yNEWS " '; QUEAN3EYAN. : (From our Dion Correspondent.) Tin VEATIsUn.-On' last Thursday morning one of the severest thunder-storms thathbas boeen expbrI eneed for many years, broke over this town, accom panied with heavy rain. Fortunately its duration was short; contiiuing otly from two till three a.m. The next day and succeeding night were unusually dull and cloudy.' This (Saturday) afternoon another thunder-storm occurred, and the parched earth was refreshed with a few light showers at the same time; hbut soon after the shy became cloudrlless, and the summer sun shone with its wonted brilliancy. ElrLECTtONRInGlO -The friends of Messrs. Forster and Redimanzi-have, been, and are at present, busily engaged in this distriot canvassing for their respeut ile favourites. Judging by the popular, feeling which is manifested here, there. is not the slightest chance of Mr. Forster bleing returned, However, nothing daunted, he intends holding a meetinsig in Queaubey? ton 4th Decemb...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA, On Saturday, the 29th day of December next. TOWN LOTS.—JEWNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

AT THE POLIOCEorrICE, WVAOOA WAGoA, On Saturday, the 20th day of December next. TOWN LOTS.-JEWNEE. Lots 1 to 10, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 10 of section 18. Lots 11 to 20, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 10 of section 20. Lots 21 to 26, 2 roods each allotment I to 3 and 8 to 10 of section 25. Lots 27 to 33, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 5, 9 and 10 of section 26. Lots 34 to 39, 2 roods each, allotments 3 to 8 of section 30. Lots 40 to 49, 2'roods each, allotments I to 10 of section 35. ", The upset price of the above lots IsL8 per oacre.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

COMMELRC~IAL. lUalee, othierwise eziamased, tise prIeea'toottd ln'thte article ore tlIooe in ranoaaetions between tbie producer and the ferst purt ebhseri not no betWeenon' deeeisr tad enothaer' mutoaleta the retol raeiee a,l ..r,, . . ' Yoan Pmimdles OetnacT.-Whebte per bushel, tOe:. fi'ne floure per tonle, o to .8t aeeonds,` dittole,£00; branl per buehel, .lsl"toalae, Ca. to as ad, oatisl, Os. to"a, Wa . ,LOt 'per'lon, £.r to 7 W10lit btrley;' par bushiel 4.. to Ca,; fret r buttoer, per lb. ltd, to .In Bosalt ;ditto, unealeoblo; lheote, OCd, tO rt. per lb, baocon, d,' o 7 d. l pe0 'p tbb. gi e'per e'dozen, t4; potatoes 'par ewl., 10tt. ditto; nowt'- 4d, per. lb.; -dried hides, eaoei 8s. to'4, ": lttdi " fII e? at roono OUoh[etee -PiOe' fleOr, per..ion,. £84r wheat elir bushel, 1e.;' brim tiCt mealer, ;,.;' bhey, £10 to Lii per tol 'ptlitees, per we. Ils.ollg,, i fetal, buteler pee Able ls. itO..fl SaltB buttere per lb., ltd.; clhe set 7d, to id. lbaeon, fd.ito,10d/ei , Q.UeAenc o ...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, YASS. On Friday, the 21st day of December next. COUNTRY LOTS.—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

CROWN LANDS SALE." A. ri;AT T 1'OLICa-OFFIaE, YA8S'. 1 On Friday, the 21st day 'of' Decoin?er next, ' CouNTli Tore.- 0 Tx5- `I "Lot 1, 30 nOacros-near Weoho 'Crook; about a milo southerly from Patrick Riordan'sa 80 acres; Lot 2, 82 nores; lot 83, 28 anores 8 roods; lot 4, 40 aaroe-en Grabbon Gullen Creole, adjoining and neai to Costolo's30 acres ?. " Lot 5, 30 acres-on . Woll's Crook, about three quarteres of a milo above its confluence with the Laolnn River, and about onoe mile south-westerly from J. Bavon's 20 aacros. Los 0, 84 aoroes-on Proston's Crook, about one and a half milen south-westerly from J. T. Preston's 47 acrea. Lot 7; 34 acros-on the loft bank of the Lachlan River, at Its confluence with Bald 11111 Creok, . SLot 8,42 acros-on the right bank of the Lachlan River, about two miles southerly from its confluenco with Bald 1111 Crook, and above J. T. Preston's 33 acres, Lot 0, 20 oreos-on the loft bank of the L"aohlan River, near the Bald 1111i, adjaocnt to J. T. Preston'...

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