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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE WOMAN as HOUSEMAID, for the country. Apply at the' Herald' office. 6915 Lad Wanted. W ANTED an ACTIVE INTELLIGENT LAD, for a: stationer's shop. Apply at the Herald Bookl Mart. E. 0. 0. P., W1£. U. Loyal Strangers' Friend Lodge, No. 4328. GOULBURN DISTRICT. A GRAND BALL and SUPPER, will take place at host Cohen's COMMERCIAL HOTEL, on THURSDAY EVENING, the 7th of FEBRUARY, 1861, to celebrate the 13th AnniVoer sary of the above Lodge. Gentlemon not Odd Follows will be admitted. DOUBLE TICKET........................... £1 1 0 SIoOLE TIosEnTS............... ...... O 15 0 All applications for tickets stating names, to be addressed to committee of Odd Fellow's Ball, Com mercial Hotel. No application will he received after the Gth February. SA 'Splendid Quadrille Band will be in attendance. 7oo60 Letts's Diaries for 1861. A WELL ASSORTED supply of the above have .L: been received, and are now on sale at the Herald Book Mart. " THIS is to give notice that I will not be ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

W? have lately had organiz^e in Sydney an association formed expressly for the purpos of tampering with the purity of election in this colony-an association working in secret, and the very being of which was kept un known as long as it could be. It was through no act of this association that its existence became public-its deeds being evil, it wisely shunned the light, and was desirous to remain in darkness and obscurity, in order that it might the more effectually work out its ends. But by a chance the existence of this Aus tralian Fehm Gericbt was discovered and ex posed, and its power of mischief thus materially lessened. Making a virtue of ne cessity, this august body has since made no secret of its meetings, although several of its members, ashamed, not perhaps so much of their act, as of being found out, have repu diated all connection with it. The association to which reference is made, styles itself the New South Wales Constitu tional Association. What its ostensible objects...

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

WHEEO... (prFm our. wmm Corsp?Sdea.) Tur. WrAnrEn L.bi IB ? CBOiOns.- About the weather there is little to 'sy,; poxcept until the last four days we have had nothingbut a succession of rain and floods, consequentlythe crops are looking only middling, th greater part of the wheat being thin and short. ay-making is now being carried on by the farmer, and fine weather is much wanted; but at present it s rery dull and threatens more rain. Grass is very plentiful, and dairying is going on vigorously. 'Several parties in the neighbourhood are making four cheeses per day. THE ROAD is becoming exceedingly bad and stands much in want of repair; but this is delayed from two causes-first the road has not yet been proclaimed, and secondly some of the trustees have declined to act. These causes of delay ought'to be removed as quickly as possible. Let the government proclaim the road and as for those gentlemen who have declined to act as trustees, let them at once resign and make room for others ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

LOCAL AND PROYINOIAL. Pouct RzoTr.-On Saturday Patrick Joyce ali/a Nowltiwho had been apprehended at Bathurst on suspicion of being the man who escaped from the custody of chief-coustable Neato some months back, was brought up, Mr. Neate saexamined and deposed that the accused was not the right man. lie was therefore dietharged.-On Moody several drunkards were dealt with, and Joseph ones for using obscene language was fined ten shillings. John Smith for having no visible means ofsipport was sent to gaol for a month. Smith, who is insane, behaved in a moat outrageous mannr.erHerman Medel complained against his employer Frank W. Goodridge for non-payment of the sum of £9 14s 9d. wages due to complainnts. Mr. Gannon ap peared for the complainat. The complainant being sworn deposed to having entered into an agreement with defendant for twelve months; arrived in Gool. burn on the 30th March last; had a settlement with Mr. Goodridge at the end of first half-year; Mr. Goodridge dednrted £3...

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

SYDNEY. (Fromn the metresotttan papers.) The riturning.officear, Richard Hill,'Esq., declared the state of the poll for East Sydney at the hustings on Hyde Park, on Friday evening, As immense concourse of people were present waiting with anxiety to hear the result of the day's polling. : The following is the return:- Cowper .........................2 283 Parhes ...;....;..................2 184 Caldwell ..;............................ 2091 Stewart ......;;....;............;..;... 1925 :'.artin .............................;: 1551 Faucett .,:.....;.....;,;............. 1308 Duigan ..... ......... 27 The announcement of the names and numbers polled for the successful candidates was received with tremendous applause. The returning-officer then declared Messrs. Cowper., Parkes, Caldwell, and Stewart to be elected, Each of the candidates except Dr. Dulgan then came forward and addressed the assemblage. MCr. Martin and Mr. Faucett took their defeat in good art, acknowledging themselves to ...

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PROTECTION AND INDEPENDENCE AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE PROSPERITY. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

PROTECTION AND INDEPl'ENDENCE AUS TRALIA'S FUTURE PROSPERITY. To the Editor of the fHerald. Sin,-At tho nomination and election of Charles Hamilton Walsh last Thursday, it certainly did ap pear that it was not safe to speak or put any ques tion that was interesting to the people. In Mr. Walsh's address he never touched on that important question the protection of the native manufacture of this colony. It was my intention to ask Mr. Walsh if he would protect tile native industry of this colony? But when lan elector did put a question to Mr. Walsh, ho got rotten eggs for his trouble; and I thought perlips I might be served the same, so I kept quiat and said nothing-very likely the best poicy. Now considering the circumstances, per. tips Mr. Walsh wsill give us his opinion upon the matter through the press hero. A man may con fiscate the forenoon of his lifo in acquiring a know ledge of a trade, and then, in all probability, that trade will he almost valueless to him. Why? Be cause if ...

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CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. On Thursday, the 10th day of January next. COUNTRY LOTS.—MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

* CROWN LANDS SALES. AT Tan POLICEn-OPIOE, QUEANBEYAN. On' Thursday, the loth day of January nelt. " COUNTRY LOTS.-UORRAT. Lot 1, 402 acres; lot 2, 565 acres; lot 3, 149 acres; lot 4 42, acres-portions I to xv, near Spring Flat, about 6 miles south-westerly from Gundaroo, ad joining and near Donnelly's and Leonard's portions. Lot 5, 40 acres-portion I, about 10 miles south. easterly from Guundaroo, near Shingle-house Creek, adjoining the north-east corner of J. T. Hughes' 640 acres, Lot 6, 264 acres 2 roods; lot 7, 82 aeres-portions I and un, at Canberry Plain, about 10 miles north westerly from Qucanbeyan, adjoining and near the north boundary of T. "lorrisett's 640 acres, and the west boundaries of G. Campbell's two 76 acre portions. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. stlltmIUAN LOT.-QUEANBCYAN. Lot 8, 4 acres 3 roads 28 perches, allotment 5 of section 30. The upset price of the above lot is £3 per acre. TOWN LOTS.-QUEANITEYAN, Lots 9 to II, 1 rood 35 perches each; ...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

'lo liS A',IIr iqf he hr mld, Hin r -Trlh thllr l mi l ri um o iIh Ilrlllll 'li il luiin I I g Wito 4p iro' n a iw wi ll in Ii, r rA pr i ii nivB, li rI allrinlilo l lIll ir Ino ili oiiil iq,|l iflh>ii , I willl Ibi ir( wthll h iamllilir I'mr Air lI, A?i laI i li l l ill nllp I l is |)ll I|)llJ i'g lp l I, I * illl jlm l ti Im I 'ill 'lll arl Sllillilll il i y y ii l l f 11 ' ,|ppo» llii in 1l "li'" il( y rpl r ksiilp i' ill lo. iso il It alli a l ilrill w il r1110ll l l l l 11 6 lu'. r li10 i.1, IliiYI Ilt ll f l I l . irt ii nli Al.ll lill l pliII I ?)? a J IU nIlll xIl ili'pl )l phe |I| Il l Il' - l (liig i ililr, lliol? irltlon' lMa I liii I h' llitoi wilp l ia (ilualdy in jiiliovloiji oif |lirnti estate. -They have had their privilege in first choice and the possession of the permanent water courses;and surely the occupation of the Crown lands for twenty or thirty years for nothing does not entitle the bolder to any permanent right thereto, except where improvements havre be...

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MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

ME[RMBEnS ELECTEID FOI TILE ASSEIMBLY. Ar' ........ . T. A Mnesy. ahu .............. James Hart. Braldwood .................... . orMiart East Sydney .............«... 0. Cowper, ]LParkes.J. Cald. wel, and t. Stewart Eden .............................. Daniel Egan. old-flelds, nortlh ............. Iloklns. Coolburn . C. IL Walsh.' (;oulburn .......................' IL Wslah. E[urrumbldgee .................. * Wlliam lasleay. Neweast.e . .. HannelL \onthumberland . T. Lewis.w PI'addlgton ........................ John Sutherland ... Parenentt t ....................;... John Lackey, a James Dyrne. Paterson ........................ W. L Arnold. Southern Gold-fields ......... J. B Wilson.m Tnmut .......................... C. Cowper,Juantor. Upper Hunter . I..... on. J; Itoberason. West laequae .............. I Drlrer, junlor. Ysss Plains ................... ... IL O'lBrien.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

TIRE INSUIRANClE. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY. Office : Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney Incorporated by Act of Council, 18 Vict., 1855. SubsorilJed' Capital, £250,000. DIRECTORS : S. D. GORDON, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman, RICHARD JONEs, Esq., M.L.A., Deputy Chairman T. C. BREILLAT, Esq. M,. . MuNIN, Esq. JonIN FAm?rAx, Esq. TInoAeAS HOLT, Esq. Surveyor-JArMES HInut, Esq. Sccretary--Mr. JosEarr DYEg. TW ITIIT N the last four years this company has paid for losses by fire the sum of £15,508 5s. The directors would point out the public advantages derived from the establishment of this truly colonial institution. The rates ofpremium on fire insurance have been reduced 75 per cont. below thie rates charged by the English companies some few years back-and they are now as low as those charged by the English companies established here. Tile liability of a large body of wealthy llareholders is unlimited, so that a security equal to the largest subscribed capital of the English companion i...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

To the Editor of the Herald. Sin,-I perceive on perusing this day's paper, that the bench of magistrates have appointed Messrs. Brady and Kelly to make out the new electoral roll for the county of Argyle. There can beono doubt of the ability of the above named parties to perform the duties required of them, and it is to be hoped they will not pursue the course too frequently adopted; namely making the now list from the old one, and scarcely visiting some of the localities at all. In this immediate neighbourhood the collector's face was not seen on the last occasion, and his list was considered to be a most one-sided one; at all events it would have been found in the case of a contested election that a considerable number of names, which ought to have been on the list, were omitted, and the parties' residences neither visited nor in quired for. Now, the public pay these collectors well, and they have no right to present a highly im perfect list; sheltering themselves from blame, by s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

AGENTS FOU THIS JOURNAL W IIO hare not already forwarded their state sens of collections, are requested to do so without delay. NOTICE TO ADVERTIERS?. TTEi~TION is lrited to the ild established Srle that orders for withdrawals or siterations for Wednesday's issue. must be seut to this offcer, I w?a?ttr|O. ncroer TWrLTIe OCLoC ON MoDroar; and for Saturdays itsue, anroar rwrEL.E o'c?c?K or TtctAJAsr. otherwise they cannot be attended to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

'KSINNER & NOWLAK,; Soda Water SLemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, (,PPOSITE THE. CATHOLIC CHAPEL ':.. VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 [A CARD.] P 'FOX AND SON, aY '-: AND' CORN DEALERS,; ;AUBURN-STREET NORTH, S. GOULBURN.. " The highies? price given for all kinds of' grain: 6636 ,: ILLIAM A, .IORSTER, . :- t. , AND (O MMISSION AGENT,' LAGGAN. .,:,.. Slock and produce disposed of, either pti i tely or publicly, on most reasonable teorms. 6964 : Established 1856. .:'YT PRITCHARD (Into of Pritchard nnd V o Williams,)AUCTIONEERand PRODUCE '.BROKER, ,Office, Market-street, between George .and York Streets, Sydney. :: Sales effected, and orders from the Country and I' neighbouring Colonies, per post or telegram, exe - : oted upon advantageous terms. . 4647 RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, Auctioneers, Produce Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. PRi)DUCE STORES : CIRCULAR QUAY.. LAND SALE ROOMS : BANK BUILDINGS, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. S''"'"IBERAL Caoh Advances made on WOOL and other pro...

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

OAI.ZUNDAZt. W EOUF~tLY... Due 12 4 47 7 1 y9 THIURSDA ........ .. 13 4 4? 17 t1 7&IDAY NIY...............` f U TI 7 4 IIIIRII)Y· ·.··r..··· tillIt; II

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

BIRTH. Yesterday, at her residence, Goldsmith-street, Goulburn, Mrs JAMES OLIVER of a daughter. MARRIED, ON the 1st instant, by special license, at St. Peter and Paul's Church, Goulburn, by Rev. W. Lanigan, MICHAEL FITZPATRICK, of Ifield, to   MARTHA JANE WRIGHT, of Kangaloola.     WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1860.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LAY OF A BULLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 December 1860

ORIGINAL POETRY. ------ LAY OF A BULLOCK. I, a poor bullock, do not see why not I a few lines should write as well as Spot. I'm clover fed at present, and have time To put my quadrupedal yarn in rhyme. Taralga had the honor of my blrth, My mother was a stately cow of worth; But for a bullock, you must own, 'tis rather Hard to say exactly who's one's father. This I must say, whoever he may be, I a great honour do his pedigree. I'm writing this in a good humour quite, The roads are mending fast, my heart grows light. There's M. C., I. M., W. M. and others, Will get my blessing and that of my brothers, Who on the Goulburn road have often tramp'd With hides well tanned, necks galled, and bellies cramp'd. Much of my blood on Cowper's hill's been spilled; I vow, I sooner would the cask have filled. Would that I were a cow; nay do not laugh, I'd leave to those road-makers each a calf. At Dun's, and Tarlo too I've nearly burst And, for my pains, have been well flogged and curs'd; In Irish t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 December 1860

FINiAY AND CO, IIavo received instretlions from Mr. IL Oneo, to sell i'IIVATELY, At their Rooms, ftllE whole of Iis valuable properly In the town ol and snharbs of Goulburn, comprisinlg thu fol lowing valuable ollotmente: LOT t.-Allotment II, section 39, town of Gotd burn, being a full half-acro allotment, and laiing frontages of GO feet to Orafton.streot nond to Iteynoldsstreet. IOT 2.-Aillotment I of section 43, town of Goul burn, situated at the 'corner of Cowpor and Clinton-streets, having a frontage of 132 feet to the former by 165 feet to the latter. This nvaluable nllohlent is so situated os to command the whole of the trafimc from and to lurrowa, the Fish River, Mumnill. Wlheco, Bland, In shoit, the whole of the southern districts render ing it a choleo site for a pubic-house. LOT a,-Pnrt of allotments 11 and 12, of section'20, containing 67 feet frontago to Auburn-street; by 150 to Bradley.streot, with back entianco by reserved ianl. This is unquestionably the most valuable...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 December 1860

II, rLD Om5co, Frldny eecnOlg. 'TaER Ia littlo to report this wieok except continued dlllnesa Flour Is down to £80for Ino, and £28 for seconds I wheat, t10. Messrs , 8, Emnnuul and Sou report the purerliso of 5 bal?s of wool, 8tcsso. DOI.AS 43n Co, rpert:-Stook,--Slneo o0r last Wo lanve sold 0 hod of lorxcss at fro, .54 Io., to £14 | horse, cart, cnd lmnnless,£21; dromy,*£lt. o mahoet ronhtlins veryO leerO - to Cetto. Ole r oore cdcs.-.tOn Wedneosdaly las we sold na ollowa:--Peloh brnody, 20. per dorcn; old lomn, 84;. Inc !oprn n odlk, 1 0: p 0r;doen I ehlhkcy 8 0;, per docl; een sp~rm oollnl~ela, l~g~Qper lb, ;Cyvcndlxl to1hooo 2;, dt. pe_ h. ; port, 8s. WI. per gallon'J joerry, 8s. 0d. p.r Bllon i Mop, l percwY; otited frult, l4. per do en i -lb. souptrd. 7o. 0d. per per dowen ; pint salad oils, 12i. per 'dowen; h;lf.pind Outso, is.e. per dowen. ? _ _ tier.t& ?TAy Axo Co. repert:-r- t stoel.-Thiu morbet stlli remnnis oerstookeed ond wili, In ol peoboblhity, continue Mo for...

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MORRICE AND DOUGLAS FOR WEST CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 December 1860

MORRICE AND DOUGLAS OR WEST CAMDEN. rFwroe a Corrtaaondent,) A ntewurio of tho electors of Camden was Iol at the Talbot Ion, Sutton Forest, on Monday, the 10th lustriot, in the forenoon, to bear the political opinlons of Messrs. Morrlco and Douglas, Henry BDadgery, Esq. J. P., occupied the chair. I'lto C mIAK mOsN stated that they had mtot togetlher for the purpose of hearing the sentimenets eof Mr. D)ouglas mnroe plicriularly, as he was a stranger to most of those presentt but before they separated ho (tlhe ehairman) felt confidont that he would prove a frend and all that they could wishl. Mr. Douglas was a gentlemau of high iltellectual talent, and pos suesosed of wealth, and could well afford thne to attend to their interests in thllu Assoembly, should theylhonor him br?returnlng hn It os one of tbeir representatives. lie felt confident tlhat after they had heard Mr. I)ouglu's sentimoents, tlhey would all be satisfied. lte felt much pleasure by introducing the candidate. Mr. Doel...

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MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 December 1860

IIHIE11EUS IrELETED FOil TIE ASSEM LDLY, litttherst .,,..,., .,., ,,,,.,,, * ,aInes Hart. Itraldwloo ....,........,..........~. * I orlnrty : reor ... ...,.......................,* W, It. Watt. ' Enn Sydney .......,.,,......,, O.Cowpr, * iL1'narke?JCald. nell, nd it. Stewane. Ene 1t utrlo .Se unl.......W..... W. IL Sulter, *W. Cntamnlng, ] d.l.n . * Dnll Egnn, . Uold-lh'ldn, Sonh ..,..,,.,.,, * J. 1, Wllnon, DonCleern 8u +. 0, I Welanin (|ottl ,tlrl , ... ........;. ;,.;;,., · 0. . IL nlsh, hol e r Ilnn..,,,,.....,... °,, * I* J. Illke. lrlnUawarrn,...,,......,,,, IL iainortlh Idnruebldgee.......n ...... * Williae Sineleay, N'nrtunnbeem ...ln ............. . ?, Iewin . herce en .,......... ,...... ,,,,..,,,, Johen elenley .. 1'addington ,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, Johin Sniherlneed,. lnrrenenl, n............;,,.. ..... Jnohn Leehey, * Jo"nen Dyencn l'eernon . . .. * W 3. Aennil. Tleo Wllinnhs ..............,.... WW. B, Allen. Tttmlit .,.. ........,,,,. ,,, ,,.'.,: O. C~owper, Jtmor. ''...

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