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

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE WOMAN as HOUSEMAID, rL. for the country. Alpply at the 'Herald' oSfhie. S' . 6915 A Good Watch-Dog, ý OR SALE apply to Mr. Williams, Baker and . pastryycook, Sloano-street. 7002 One Hundred Pounds Reward. W HEREAS, on the night of SATURDAY, the 13th instant, TWO of my WORKING BUL LOCKS were maliciously SH10 P', in the paddockse at Ounnary Creek, by some evil disposed person' or persons, I hereby give notice that I will, pay a reward of " ONE 'HUNDRED POUNDS' to aniy person who will give such information as will lead' to' the coiviction'of the offender or offenders. . .'. ... . THOMAS WILDING.: Jurrowa, 17th October, 1860. 6667 ...Take Notice;-£20 Reward. . WTHEREAS some person or peoraons" have lately Sbeen In the habit of' driving cattle over the Snowy River from~bff Mr. A.,Crisp' runssthbihbove reward will be paid to any person wh'u;will give such information as will lead to the guilty party foer the future. WILLIAM' KISS. 6971 On account of A. CRISP ;One.Pou...

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

CALENDWAR. fay Hof the 1t'ftk. D1T Surlnr.~ IRun. Nr' WRItfl"I:ItA1' ..... D - 6 4 4tt 0 65 4S THUIIAPAY'........ 0, 4 4(. 0 601 40. FRIDAY ......... 7 4 47 a 67 i4 Or (3ata__1irI. WEDNESDAY, DERCEMIIER L,1660o.

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

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 Snowy River Diggings. INTENDING DIGGERS are invited to call and inspect the goods on oale by the undersigned, the whole of which are of the most suitable descrip tion and of first-class quality, and among others comprise The genuine American grained leather pegged f Hungarian waterproof boot The embossed front calf pegged and nailed ditto, best quality Thegilt front ditto ditto, without nails The waterproof rubber napoleon The best grained English napoleon The best enamelled English napoleon The best enamelled English thigh boot The best horseohide legged napoleon.(only 18s. per peair). Also, Any qantity of woatertiglhts, from 7s, 68d? per pair American pegged boots, 9s. ditto (only a few boxes). JAMES VICKERY, 6263 375, George-street, Sydney. Caution. A LL goods manufactured by us bear our name s'legibly stamped on them, and purchasers are cautioned ag...

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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

SYDiNJY. [FROM OURI OWN OORIIBPI'ONDBNT.] S:Saturday afternoon. Still nothing but politics, and olcutionooring. I have reason to boliove tbit thle eirth rovolvea round the sun, as usual, and no doubt ships arrive nnd doeprt, and comnmerc flows in its ordinary, channels; but nobody knows anytlidg at all bouit It. We havo meetings in all liprts of the town every night. This night Mr. Cowpor mainiis his bow to tlle ist Sydneyitos, at the Tempeoratio Hall, and, will ldoubtllss have a humper ineetilng, aund nll in thuslastio reception. Iis resignatioan of lis asoct ini thu Legisllativ Coonoil was ollicially announhody esa. terday. Black has published a long addresh trying) to exueso himself for pnstl blik-olidllgs; and in-' iouncing thalt hI is going " book aanih" Id the oild country. I wish itjoy of lim, Last nilght wo ihad Windlyer, Wlilte, and Bornonstlo 'at WestSydney. Eagnr is moving mbilntnins 'lmorit at tlh Globe, but the tailles are turning on him, had his trdonahrosis conduct ca...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

Tun thoughltless, ns well as the more deeply designing detamers ofAustralia in the mother country, have received a reproof from Mr. Charlhs Gavan Daffy,' which it would be well if they could be induced to take to heart. lir. 1itfly las recently delivered, in Mlel bourne, a lecture on the subject of" Australia at the Bar of Publico Opinion in England;" atind has endeavoured-it would' appear most successfully-to manswer the sneers andi re. proachel of those leanding journalists of London who would fain trace, in the progress of Aus tralian events, a warning against the awaken ing influences of democracy. In the first placei Mi. lunffy asks, upon what just basis is laid thelio chbrge of fickleness and inconsistency in publio elalirs ns contradistinguishing Ausn. trahlia from the. United Kingdom? ." Mr. Haines, of Victoria, or Mr. Uanson, of South Australia, have been as long in oflice as Lord Derby or Mr. Disraeli. Mr. Cowper has boeen much longer in oflice than either of theni. IHe ha...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 December 1860

LOCAL.AND r.ROVINCIAL. SALt eDiohs o6ub'r, Goui"utit.,-Tlhe court of jpotty sesidons ' for tlio redovery of otshall debts wos hold on Monday , last, before the pollce. ahglstialo 'cid W. II,'ovell, esq~, J. FI rhe list comprised some lonety.slx c?soes, the greater part of wlhich weoro udoeftided in such ocases, ond when applied for, the court granted timeo for pay. mnont.. . William Tutu v. Fr W. Goodridge. - Mr. Walsh for plaintilf. Plea for defence not indebted, and o oat oif by way of compensation for, neglect of duty. This wss a demand of, payment for the services of pllinntiff's wife as monthly nurse to defendant's wife, Cl ?So. Od,' from the 'lTuesday 'in one week, until the Thursday ibte owek'folowlng nt£"l.'pr week, From ?lrs. Tlutlo's evldenco, it o?ppoeared that finding, tar posiltion'at tr, Goiodridge's -iecomforiable, sio' had askehdMrs. Goodridgo's consenot .to her leaving; sawhich consent .that lady, gaeo,,and said, M3r. Good ridge would py , heor, wivch he praoinlsed ...

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ELECTION FOR ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

ELLECTION irO_ l AR1GYLE . Wl:ntr.an lr last was the day of nomination of a Inte-i'tir to repreaentni tie electoral district of Argyle in parliament. Accordingly Abhot Iwelve o'clock It number of electors and others, Amlounting in nil probably to about' oe hundred or one hundred and fifty persons, assembleid in tile court-olluse, whlere Ithe returning-officer, F. I. L. L.ossa, Esq., opened the prnceedings hy reading the writ, cnd explaining the olject for which the almeeting hatd been convened. lAMltEs ClI?nisnonll, Elsq, of Kippilinw, sali that, in coming liefre the eicltors to propose a member for their necep once, it was not the first ocesilo that lhe Shad thd Ite honour of doing so. Ito hold proposed Sir Clharles Nicholson, and hoe had previously r'O osed Mllr. Murray, In now aSgin proposing Mr, ~furrny, it did appear to him that, if that gentlemian were not elected, theroe would bto i so dillficulty in getting a gentlemlna properl'y qulillied to preside over the delitirallons o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE TIIE CATHOLIC CfAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 Caution. ALL goods manufactured by us bear our name legibly stamped on thorem, and purchasers are cautioned against the inferior articles, such as boots, &c., which are often sold as our make, either sepa. rately or mixed with our goods. HALL AND ALDERSON, 6931 221, Elizabeth-street, Sydney Pianofortes and Music. S J JOHNSON AND CO., 172, Pitt-streot, .V , Sydney, Importers, bog to state that they -haver aways on view PIANOS, by Collard, Broad. wood, and all the first makers. MUSIC by all, the. most fashionable composers. Catalogues of musio sent post free. 6337 Notice. ANY person or persons riding about my run, A known as Coolnmatong, without my permission, will be prosecuted aso the law directs. I also hereby offer a reward of (E20) Twenty Pounds to any person or persons who will give any information which will lead to the conviction of the p...

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MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

MIEIMBERS ELECTED II On THE ASSBEIIBLY. Argylo . * TA Murray. Blathurst ................,,,.,. * Jamca Hart. East Sydney ............... 0. Cowper, *ll,1arlkes,3. Cold. wall, andlt, StowarL GoaliNarn C 0. IL Walsh. Murrumslhdgoe * WillIam laalaay, Nowanstle *T. ]laaaoll. Paterson * I. MI. Arnold. Southern Oolddflelda . J. IL Wilson,. Tunaut ................ . 0, Cowpar, JunIor.

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ELECTION FOR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

'ELEOTION FOR GOULBURN. The nominatloni of a member to represent the eleotorate of Goulburn in the ensuing parliament, was hold in the court-house, on Thursday at noon, There woerb about' a couple of hundred persons present. At five minutes past twelvo the returning-olficer, W, Conolly, Esq., opened the prooeedlngs;. He said they hod mct to perform a very imnportant duty-to elect a member to represent them in parliament. lie trusted their proceedings 'ivould as nsual be ealierao torised by good humour end good feellug.: IIo thou proceeded to road the writ, AMr. PuMPr Deoart, who .was reeoved with chlers, said it. was neither his'plaeo. nor inteonton unnecessarily to occupy the time of the' oloators, lIe had been honored with a duty which ho'loolhed upon as an honorable ono-that of proposihg 'a gen tlemaun to rdireisont their intbrests inl the Legisbltlve Assembly of Now South Wales, and he felt proud in bringing before them one in whose hoands hlio was suro they could not more safel...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

SYDNEY. (From our ovn Correspondent.) Wednesday afternoon. POLITICAL. Tisrs being the nomination day for East Sydney, as well as for many places belsdes, including Argyle and 1nonaro, while Goulburn nomination comes on to. morrow, the electoral campaign has fairly com monced, and there will he such a demand upon youti coblumns that smultlen inparvo must be my motto. HIyde Park is still crowded with a shouting, cheering, yelling, crowd, who take nottheleast pains to disguise their opinions of Cowpor, Parkes, Martin, Faucett, Caldwell, Stewart, and Duigan-the seven candidates who stand before them. As you will have the result of all this hubbub on Friday, it will he of little use to speculate upon that result now. There will be a desperate run between Cowper and Parkes for the first place on the poll. This may seem strange; but Parkes besides those who swear by him, will have a left-handed support from the Catholic party who support Martin, and a more generous help from some of the Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

FI'NLAY AND C0 hare received linstailtons from Af sell 'ItlVATF' At thei- " . ..IL Geano, to f fIE wh'eole of ti J and subh" . Roo0ls, lowing rv' sis valuable property in the town .rbs of Goulburn, comprising the fol .,uable allotmentse: Sl.-Allotment II section 39, town of Goult. burn, being a .full half-acre allotment, and having frontages of 66 feet to Grafton-street and to Iteynolds.strect, LOT 2.-Allotment 1 of section 43, town of Goal burn, situated at the corner of Cowper and Clinton-streets, having a frontage of 132 feet to the former by 1;5 feet to the latter. This valuable allottment is so situated as to command the whole of the traffic from and to [Iurrows, the Fish Rtiver, Mummell. Wheeo. Bland. in abhort, the whole of the southern districts render Ingit a choice site for a' pubic-house. LOT 3.--'art of allotnments 11 and 12, ofsection 20,. containing 67 feet frontage to Auburn.street, by 120 to lradley.strect, with hack entrance by reserved lane. This is unquestionably ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

QUEANDBIYAN., (Fron o ou, Correspondent.).. Er,?eC'zo Mu?Alraeo.-On Tuesd. y, the 4th instanet Mr. foroatr addressod'a large sssemblago of the eleo tors both of thile town and district, in the large room of the St. Patrick's Inn, Quenooboyn. In a speech s if at least two hours' duration le reviewed his own pol - tical career in all its phases, and justilied every act and omission of his, both before le tooke oafice as well as during th t ine he was premier, for which hoe has boon universally and publicly censured. lie acknowledgcd having often wrongfully blamed Mr. Cowper, while that gentleman was in offico, not knowing. the many. difllculties conelcted with the administration until he was pancod in the same positiou himself. As for Mr. IRobrtson's land bill, it was vague and undefined hlie would not vote for it because it was not good enough for the people, lie would give them a better land bill, and he warned the electors of Qucanboyan not to be led away by souch a delusion as Mr....

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TO T. A. MURRAY, ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

TO T. A. MURRAY, ESQ., M.L.A. (Per favour of the Herald.) Sin,-No doubt'many, like myself, have been look. ing anxiously, forward to the time wheo we shlould hear frmn you an exposition of your opinions with refi?oiibo to the land question. Tile time has ar rived, and has passod away. We have been honored, as you are pleased to call it, with your ideas on the suljeot; butrI will ask any" one. oven your own ad mirers, who heard you, whetheor it was not, taken as a whole, about the tamest offliir. over delivered within the walls of the Court-house. Oh, Sin Terence in prospectivel big and mighty in the imagination of your own conceit, you have sadly disappointprd your political friends-you have sadly disappointed the electors of Argyle, who have been looking forward for a political treat, in the shapo of your enlarged views on the great question oft the dayl-hlvo you not even disappointed yourself? Among other matters relating to free selection, about which you said so little, although...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

COMAIIDJCIAL. _ , , HEReYAL ,Omoe, rldnyovening. Anoau nn averago amount of buelncss'hia lo hbeo trainaotol during the week, SI'roduce Is unsealonble. A pnrcol of butter yaotrday fatollhod only lid, per lb., and that art ale Ind choeo onan Iardly be got rid of at any price. Carrlgo hins a doawnward tendency, About £7 per ton Is now thle rate front Sydnoy. Tho prieo oflour hoe flallen £2 per ton at the nllll. Meslr?, Davloe,.Aloexeudor and Co. report the puarolaee of 17 tons of wool, M[r. nlol reportls the puroahnse of 44 bales of wool In groao. Mowns. lIn .A AND Co, report:--Fat eattleo.--Bal during theo wek fifty boad fat cattle, I?rm lthe hordsa of laralt l]ookhmllla, llnl., at a very low figurle; alo sllmall draft of storo oattle, at .3 l r ond, Itoa lMr. Frgueon. Ioarec,--Bold sevoral heal from £4 to £15, principally of an ilnferior description.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 December 1860

Wanted, F"IENCERS, to fence 80 acres of land ith a sub L' stantial threoerailed fence. Apply at this office. '7027 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE WOMAN as HIOUSEMAID, t for tho'country. Apply at the ' Herald' otice. 6015 'Wanted, A SITUATION by a respectable English woman, as NURSE to one or two childron. Wages not so much an object as a comfortable home. Address, AB.,,Post-ollico, till called for. 7019 To Hotel or Shopkeepers. W?ANTED a SITUATION by a respectable woman, as BARMAID, or to assist in any business were bookkeeping is not essential. Address, I,IH,, Post-ofleo until called for. i 7020 EB ? S T B R E ':A.?DI This is good BREAD, the lavoure fine ' ' It is so white and ?uto ; Where did yo bay i? pray d say AT BALSON'S8 TI). BE SURE'; Only Sevenpence per.lof. 7040 Oricket. , . PRACTICE TO-DAY, at 3 p.m., on the usual P ground, A MEETING of the members of the Goulburn Club will be held on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 p.m., at Mandelson's Hotel, for the purpose of electing a committee and...

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ANOTHER ESTIMATE OF THE MERITS OF SQUATTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

ANOTHER ESTIMATE OF THE, MERITS OF SQUATTISM. (From the Illawarra Mercury) The merits of squatting require another element for their due estimation and this we shall presently state, repeating here that the system has the merit of an original enterprise. It has also that of bringing the vast lands of Australia into notoriety. It has that, too, in the interval of the non-occupation of those lands for other and bettor purposes, of raising from them a large export, the common advan tages of which have of course gone into the prosperity, whatever it is, of Australian com morce. Hero is the sum of its merits. Thus far it may claim legitimate respect; and that respect belongs to squatting still, just as far as it is restrained within the laws of legiti macy to which it was originally conformed. But against all this stand those considera tions-the success of the first attempts had a natural tendency in it to excite cupidity, to make its votaries presuming, to prompt them to.hold and regard...

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TRIAL OF W. WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

TRIAL OLF W. WYALKER. (From Bcl's Life.) AT the central criminal court, Sydney, on Thursday last, William Walker was indicted for having,'on the 8th November, 1800, at Sydney, married one Jessie Newton, his former wife being then alive. The prisoner was defended by Mr.. Martin, 'Q. 0.; attorney, Mr. W. Roberts. The Attorney-General having stated the cnse, called ' John Williams, crown-solicitor, who pro duced certificate of marriage between prisoner and Bridget Shanahan at Goulburn, on the 10th October, 1850, and a similar certificate of marriage between him and Jessio Newton, at Sydney, on the 8th November, 1800; those came from the Registrar-General's offlice, and were signed by that officer. Mr'. Martin said those were not admissible as evidence, as they were not true copies of the registry of the mairiages as required by clause 16th of the Act, but woere only copies of the entries of the marriage. : The Attorney-General pointed out that by the 10th clause of the Registration Act...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

OOMMEll CIAL. ------ itUnirre ohoirrwI m rIxprullr l, the ricrd i luolet In 0litl nrllclo wrf I to.o Irl ro arol itfil s Io-twel filo f lfcifoduor nilt mte nrpt pur bli'mr ; oi ul , Ilif nii, -Wltnto l, itoti i ngi f o l s, M Mfli IaIlir li llnirf , t.e ll n -Wil 110n1 0 J T111 11. i oIfII ,' i Ion t th oir r 4 t, 1 , r o tr t bit . atlos , (i. t rr C I,| lri, I'll. Il. r 900 1 I, i), Its, .r ,j l rtil , 1 lul r liX ,( t1l411, V loi, ilr .1 fl4t ilfill Ir . io, V1 I ,I tnloll, £111 1 ( ii fijrl y rIII ld I i )i .Ii, I iM l i i:v'I|, illu l, (iiii) yi, r , in fIr l", ni ll hit lhlfll f o.l yl | )o I'i?ti rl || l U ll li ll"hiII III f jiIi s Ilil i ) )III 1111) ti l 111 i r 111» 1111111 ui fil olil' Ol w III It' Jll'D II/III o it I111 1,1111 1 11111111 11r I| I0fr1 I 'fil ] ll r. , 11 |fwltfi.ll ji, 1 IIwIIIt Olt14 I1tt - lflirI l tll i'i h t , , , hi , l I 'll f l 't g il' r ilig t hiil this day was in the grease, and although one lot, 0 in diamond, 42 bales, realised 14d , and anoth...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GOULBURN. On Tuesday, the 8th day of January next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

AT THE POi.ceE-OFFIBe, Go?LBUnnn. .On Tuesday, the 8th day of January next, DUBURBAN LOTS.-COLLECTOR. Lots 1 to a, 1 acre oeach, allotments 6 to lO of se5 tion 4. Lots 6 to 10, 1 nore each, allotments 6 to 10 of sec tion 7. the upset price of the above lots is £4 per nore. TOWN LOTS.-COLLEOTOR. Lot 11,.1 rood 35 perches; lots 12 and 13, 2 roods 2 perches each; lot 14, 1 rood 35 perches-allotments 4 to 7 of section 2. Lots 15 to 10, 2 roods 16 perches each; lots 20 to 24, 1 rood 27 perches each-allotments 1 to 10 of section 3. Lots 25 to 20, 2 roods 6 perches each, allotments I to 5 of section 4. Lots 30 to 34, 2 roods 6 porches each, allotments 1 to 5 of section 7. Lot 35, 2 roods 31 porches: lot' 30, 2 roods 11 perches; lot 37, 1 rood 32 perches-allotments 3 to 5 of section 8. Lot 38, 2 roods 25 perches; lot 39, 3 roods 4 perches ; lot 40, 3 roods 24 perches lot 41, 1 acre 3 perches; lot 42, 1 acre 22 perchest lots 43 to 47, 2 roods 34 perches ach--nllotmcntts 1 to 10 of section 0....

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