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TO THE ELECTORS OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

TO T?IE ELEOTOIBR OP AR(GYLE. (Pcrfarcor of the o uihurn Herald,) Rnavlng returned homne Into last night, and finding the eloe lion hhdternntoed wilthout an opposition, I feetol it incumbent on myself to stato my motives for allowinog my name to iavoe been used oas on opponent to Mr. Murray.o For sname months past I Ilhavo received from different portions of the distriot numeros requests thot I would stand for tile county, as tile representative of the little settler. My Invartible onswer was -? am not now In a position of lifo to do soo It would interfero with my habits i my ago preoludes It; but I would recommend you to look out In troe for some man of weight, some man of realth and station, to reprcoent youl and whoen you have deteromined on tile mnn, I will do ait can to ensre inis return; hbut if, at tioe lost moment; you have no other oeandi'lato, rather than that the feelings of the county should not M oepreossed, you ay place me110 in nomnoatlon. . wilt ask no rvote, nor tnk...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

MIORUYA. (From our own Correspondenot.) VIsts or Anannrtottop roLtoO.-TThirs ?pleions event, the antlolpatlon of which has for to long ocnoplcd the minds of tilo Cnattlol portion of this rcommunllty, took placeo durtnr the past week,. On Tlhorsday forenoon htis gcrace arrived per steamer at stentnmn's Bay, where h waos enthusiastically received thi nuolnrods cavalcadedo of the most resollctablo and intltenltat members of ttle tatholit body, whota hod asemthled from oall partso theo distrito, In order to testify theior respoect for tile veneratbleo and right reverentd genttoan, ty escorting him Into tIle towoslitp. Ills grnce arrived at Yfornyn about cloven ahm., and notwthtstanding the fatigo nrcoosarity consteluent ulpon..hljsjo'tncy, recoived during the afternoon attnulerots serles of visitors. Friday and Sotorlnaywere devoted to vartous preparatory and minor dntles of detail, but on lndnay was prformenod the rite whlll wans tile principnal reason of his graeo's eslit nlonoln nt. ...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

To tst Editor of te IHerald. ' Srir,-I nm n reader ofthe ' oulbnrn Chronicle.' In the last numlor of that. paper I find, In 1ts leading rolumns, rr?reueo to '1 the ludicrous exhibition that.took ines last Thnrdaey. nuck burlceques Lhave n tendency to bring repre nentntivelnetltotlons Into contempt, and are an outroge on tihe feelings, and an Insult to tlho common senso of aon ntelli gent comut fly." Satmo one Is spoken of a havling "ventured to eensnreo the working men of Goulbrn for not supporting its protensions," wld of their Intdignant repudiation of surb it clain ; of" the overwhemnlng tempest of scorn and contempt that nasnllod tle ImlpoIdent anssmption," &e, All this, is unintelllible to mo. I have carefully read throughi tile report in tile 'Chronicle' of tiloe election of r. Wnlll, tihe only public event that ooourred here on Thursday, nnd I find nothing to show that Ills candidature wone "bnr le?rqo:!' not a wordl of his reboklng tIle working men for not supportlng...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From ourr own Corroapoureir.) QUoAxaNlAn Lrtcrlox.-on Thuralny, loth Instrnit, at half pnot 12 p.., tho rotarnliog~onlcer, Wt. 1'. :laytoy, El ., Rate a roturn ottthe poll at the corrthmosc-- totat majority for Itoo monn, 10. Thmro wore a large nuombr of persons pruemrat who rorvclo th e nnoaaooommat with shout, tot cheers, which were tong andloOtdly; continued.e The returning.OflCer:tthn de. ehaeAl Mr. Itedne duly elctd. The new mher then nd, ,trewed the peopleF ; after wich et ws carried in triumphb to the linerp ton, wrherrhe resides. ir. Yorrer did not mako htt apeajance.- Mr. if. -lalt returnned thank' on tte ohalf to the00 who Lupportd hlim. Thoe flowlong ore the numbers ". Il 000. YO10O2OTen Q a oan ............. ............ 174 ..... Londaroo ............................ 48 . . 7 LnOon ..: . *........... 7 3tolong ....;..:............ .....:...:..· 177 U OLa gi rr a .............. .... .......... 11 .......... 1 782 174

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

AGENTS FOR TillS' JOUltNAL VWI10 hrvo not already" forwardudl their state- I ments of colluctions, are requested to 'do so without delay. NOTICE TO ADVElcSIRIS. ATTENTION is Invited to tld oold estblished L. rule.ihat orders for withdriwnta or alterations for Wodnesday's issue, must be sent:to st]is office, IN WRITINGO, iEFroRt TWELVS O'C&OCIt.O ot" MOCNAT; and for Saturday's issue, nIaron TwEIr.vP O'CLOC| ON sIIUIBSDAY, otherw0se they cannot be attended to Wanted, A FIRST-CLASS GROOM. None but a sober -1. and thoroughly competent person need apply. Apyly to A..... to Mr. ANDREW GIBSON. 7127 Tlrranna. To Flookmasters... T?TANTED TO RENT, for a term of yirs; from T'V 100 to 2000 brceding owes, or mixed sheep. Security can bo given.' Address C., Herald' office. - 7108 To Storekeepers.. WTANTBD, a young!' man ea storekoeper, for a V country store, near Goulburn. Address C., ' Heralde' ofico. 7109 Carriers Wanted. TALL AND ALDERBSON, 221, Elizabeth-street, Sydney.. 7067 TWRESSMA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

SKINNER" &60 NOWLAN, ::.<, Soda Water Lemoinade and : Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE' TTIE,. CATHOLIC ' CHAPEL '" VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. .5494 [A CARD.] FOX AND SON, HAY' AND CORN DEALERS, AUBURN-STREET NORTH, ...... GOULBURN, * The highest price given for all kinds of grain., - ''':' 16686 WILLIA1'f A. FOlISTER, '00MMISSION AGENT, LAGGAN., t! Stock and produce disposed of, either pri. vately or publicly, on most reasonable terms. 6964 Established 1856. " ' 'PRITOHARD (into of Pritchard ard 'VV ' Willionm,)AUCTIONEERand PRODUCE BROKER, Office, Market-setfet, between George efid York Streets, Sydney. SSales effected, and orders from the Country and itelghbouring Colonies, per post or telegram, exe iuted upon advantageous terms. 4647 RICHARDSON AND WRENCH; Auctioneers, Produce Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. PRODUCE'STORES': CIROULAR QUAY. LAND' SALE 'ROOMS': .-BANK BUILDINGS, : GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. .' L'IBERAL Cash Advances.mado on WOOL and other produ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

As constant dropping will in thln, wear away a stone, so the continual iteration and re-iteration of a falsehood is apt at length to lead a few-it may sometimes be many-to believe it. )eIce, it may not at times be out of placeo to step forward, and give a contradiotion. " ':"-t There are a few persons who. fiom41o,i t , of their, belonging to the politcal party, with which Mr. Forster has bee assoocinted, feel bound to speak favorably of him, I they sitid lie was talented, one might fancy they believed the statemet; but' they probably think that the assertion would scarcely gain credence after hins lamentable failure as one of the ministry. Hence, we find thelri bsting of bis honestyl Do they themselves believe n I it? and do they think it anything to boast of? and if so, di they expect others to share in lie tfoold ballucination? There is perhaps no conclusive evidence to show fthat when Mr. Folrster contract a ldebt lie dones not pay it.. On tile rare occasions, eolntiutitng as th...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 December 1860

Dayrotf ee. I W ý Punr A wvafl?~nL.Y..... D, 10 4"40 7 7 TII(UICDDAf A............ 20 70 6 PIIIDAY ............. 21 4 . 7 0 0 WEDNe DY.EtlCEMSER 1 lcai WEDNEZSDAY, DMEMUIER 19, 18000.

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

ITALY. At the:date of our last publication the King of Naples, having left his capital on the approach of Garibaldi, had retired to the maritime fortress of Gaeta; but those of his troops who still remained faithful to him had taken up a position within twenty-five miles of the city of Naples. It will be remmobered that disorganisation had begun to show itself on a very large scale amongst the royalists, and that they were coming over to Gari baldi's standard in considerable numbers. During the last month, however, the king has contrived to Ikeep his followers more closely together, partly by stimulating them with the hope of rewards and plunder, and partly by blinding them with false intelli gence as to what wmis going forward in the rest of Italy. Their numbers, indeed, in spite of losses which we dlescribe below, seem to have swelled irather than diminished, and are at present estimated at not less than 30,000 or 40,000 men of all arms. It is said that the generosity with which G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

'Packing-oases for Sale. AT the Ierald Book Mart, a large aesortment of ,A. PACKING-OASES. will be; found on sale,; cheap. : , I Waterloo Mills Wool washing E0tablish ment, .THE underligned is prepared to receive ny amount '"ofWool,;in greasoe either to hanudwaish r 'scour., 'All cariago frob. Chargoss ia sual..' Cleain fleecet wool classedl and repacked for the Einlish market.. N.R-.Wool,lbought.and sold on, ommsselon. d Tlio ipoprletor resides on the establlhmeont ,ad 'superinteids. ' - ' ' ' THOMAS HAYES ; ,a6237 . .. ." ,.. ; . Sydney., Glenmoreo Wool Washing Establishment.. .?lHE undersigned are prepared, to, recevoe wool in L the grease, eitlhor to handwash or scour. .Wool classed and unipacked for shipment. On wool Inl tbnded for shipment after being washed or 'scoured, liberal advances will be made if required immediately, on delivery at Glenmore, or at the stores, Treasery 'buildings, Georgoestreet, Sydney.;, , I RAYMOND AND.CO. November 14. 1860. . . 6888 rHE undersigned h...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

SYDNEY. (From our ooPn Correspondent.) ;Wednesday afternoon. POLITICAL. AT the very time when the cocktuls of the Austra lian Club are biting their fingers with vexation, and: puzzling their wits for schemes to vex Sir William Doenison for dissolving the Assembly his Excellency is actually ahout to lease tile colony in." a blaze of triumlph." The resullts of the elections have most tririmphantly vindlieaRed the dissolution, So thoroughly beaten and o iscomfited are the opposition, that I hear rumours o' the intended resignation of lMessrs. Hay and Mhicleay. The parliament is to be called together for despantch of business on tile 10th? of January, the Governor-General having exnressedl a wish to get that hushn?ss over before he goes. I will meet tihe parlianent on that day; he will no doubt point to tile elections as a proof of tihe wisdom if the.dissolutineo; anr then ie will go off to Madras to geot £12.000 besides housethoil expenses, and (roops of blaekfellows to carry him about...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

C. FTITZPATRICK "r)EGS to inform his friends and the publio generally that, having made extensive additions to his premises, he has obtained a publican's license, and opened his house under the sign of THE EMU INN. F It will be C. F,'s study to render parties staying at his house as comfortable and as much at home as if in their own places; and having, from his long residence in this district, a good knowledge of the requirements of settlers, and being determined to keep none but the very best liquors, the advertiser trusts to receive a share of patronage. i~a Good stabling and yards for horses and teams. 0. FITZPATRICK, Auburn-street North, 7135 Goulburn. THE RED BOOT, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN, Opposite the Commercial Bank WILLIAM TEECE, .BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, TANNER, CURItIERi, & LIEATIER-CUTTER, IN returning thanks for the liberal support hitherto accorded him, begs to notify to the public of the southern districts that he has on sale an immense variety of COLONIAL W...

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ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

ABERCROMIBIE. (Prom a Correrpondent.l Tue Coors.-The wheat crops look well through out this district. It is the opinion of competent ulodges that the.wheat crops this year will be much better than those of the last. I am sorry to have to state that the potato crop throughout this district has failed. The settlers in the vicinity of the Paling Yards, Ballyroe, and the Bullock Fiat, are putting in the second crop. The cause of this failure is. attributable to the wet and bad weather 'we had in October and November. The rot first made its appearance in the low flat lands. In the vicinity of Ginnigo. Stone-quarry and Richlands, the settlers have suffered very severely. GsrrA.s.--A carpet:snake was killed by. Mr. P. Gready, at the Little River diggings. It measured II feet it inches; its circumferrcno- was 13. inches. Curiosity induced Mir. Gready to open this monster snake, and to his great astonishment he beheld nineteen yaong ones, which, with the mother, that gentleian immediately di...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

tOttLtOItOO t'ttIIt OitlitlOh'T P Flo 0fine 0,0 £0 too, sotoltds, £21. lorrg, 7d. ti I ]tot (Jotsr, tO. to ts4Odrnrc,' kuitto 0.. Jlng, £0 to £07 ton . ?Julls[,?|refL tllnlo~tablc. ·: •~ :·* "r ' q .hirorr,ll~~t~roo.-oooo t .Jtaoooo,0,d, to Td. '1 . -*," .. - ,-Jdf~oa,~ Is. : td o o O, Otnlo,,, 1 02. to lOs. I ow. . .. L tot. ot, 0t10r, £2 its, to £4.1Os.?thead ....: : tro .fhclO'jls.' to 100. 710'h,-;. Pi Pg, ad. to d3;(d,'7t,.·i!:;.. ·· · ,.;,. !1:; TatitaP, £·t0 to £00 ' 000, for good oooogto. holde, d11. to Os. eol.ti OlttttihtOI,0d, to.'·Od lr. ,r? ; ' t ' . Carrhlg e ' tou--ydtey, to4itoullttrltt, £t Gonlbonr to ydnltoy£Ot tototlburnt Ito: lu ttell's (12 otla t from'lb-" soti's tlalns), £4t tti Ottlburttto 'ltnoldr, £161 £1 uo oburo to ,Ilrlodtood, £0 to £0 Its, t totnbourn toLobInnto Yinltit81 (otnlburn to .diodnog, £l. 'ltnoooUtOt?,o? dTOntthoner. 3[e00re Dflattltoy Clqdbittt oiod 0.0. roeeort :-l'o oattlo.--Tlo maorket otloted jltth a fall, supply, 00000n Ioonday Ito tooorm...

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To the Editor of the Herald. THE BAZAAR FOR THE SISTERS OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

STo the Editor of the Herald. THE B3AZAAHT FRh T THE SISTERS OF ' . MERCY. Mr. EuITOR-- Allow me through theo..medium of your extensively circulated journal, to call the at tentinn of the publo generally, to the forthcoming bazaar, which is to take place on Wednesday next,: and will be continued the three following days. Its object is to raise fitndei f6r tlio rection of a covent for the Sisters of Meroy. I.would earnestly call tile attention of the gienerous ptiblio of both town anl district to this work; upon which so much depends. I would at the same time wish to impress on the minds of all, that all ranks and conditions, no matter of what persuasion or denomination they may be, receive the same kind universal care from the mem bers of the order of mercy or charity. If in early lifo some may not have had anly' of the advantages of education, br if the seal of distress bears its impress on their brow, this isall'thoyrequreero they are received with open arms, no matter what religi...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

FUl'THER EUROPEAN NEWS. TrHE following' extracts from the 'Home News' will be found to contain the most im porteant and interesting particulars 'broiught by the Behar: GENERRAL SUMMARY. The events that have taken place inItaly during the past month carry on the. drama with a vigour and rapidity corresponding with its opening scenes. It will be rememe beired that we left the ..Sardinians before Anoona, where LamoriciBre had taken shelter after his defeat. The siege was maintained by sea and land, and after considerable damage was done to the forts, the place capitulated, and the redoubtable French general, who had undertaken to protect the Roman soil against all comers, surrendered at mercy with his whole army. What will be done with this rabble of prisoners remains yet to be seen. .ccording to the last nc counts, Count Cavour refuses to liberate them until the Pope shall have dismissed all the foreigners in his service. - Upon the receipt of this great piece of news, the King of Sar...

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(To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

(To t ia lto! fr of ca L d. Sn,--In your lrsun :oftiho'litli Instant, thorn nppearedlni advertlsuiaolt colling for tenders fo~ttho Wbheolold.o iReally., Mlr.-diltor, I,'ad ntt .lossu to lkno6w: hloaw !iny bridges r! rq.lrudl to be erected, or the debnarlptlon ofasperlflotlon., I would like vcry tmuor, as an old resldontt .bf ummdi~aahohi.s nan Intelarest In tlo speeody repair of this dngcrrous road, that hnmitoliDo aotion would bo taken In repanliring tha loveu rod.i I ao, yours, &a, ]IIILLOCII DITIVEII,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

11, S. CL ARK]E, WATOHMAKER AND JEWELLER, N announcing to his nuinrous patrons and the puhlic generolly, thb arorival of NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS, SUITABLE FOR CHIIRISTMAS PIIISENTS. deems it bint due to those who have accorded him betir support, to tender his sincere thanks for the liberal and extensive patronage he has rectived since commencing business in Giulturn. The ladies of the district will find at his establish. ment a splendid selection of STANDARD GOLD JEWELLERY, a large portion ofwhlich has been manufactured from COLONIAL. GOLI), (on the premise.), which, for finsh and quality. will chlllenee compnrison with anything of a slmilar description producedtin Sydney and in order to m(et the present depressed state o trade, every articloin stock will ho REDUCED CONSIDERABLY IN PRICE. A few of the articles may be enumerated as under: Gold braelets. with andl without perdants "Full.dress gold bracelets. with perdants Ladilla' nd rentlemen's gold watches and chains I odle?"'olMl tir...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

"CoMMER ciAL. IIEiALD Office, 'ldiy eveniun. Dunlsa thse nust week bo ;uinre; ' sl; o~iod dou oi owing prohbly to thile nlui'of wrbol and th hpipronah of Cllrist' inns; but it is still far front being so brisk us is usual at this thlcu oftheyour. i .1i %;z i ),: ,,:f:, : .l?essrs S. . mnul noud Son roport the pusnhso of slx?y four hbles, and Meossrs, Davies Alexunder'hand Co. one huudrel and one boles of wool during tIle week.' uo other purchases of proIdubc tos reported . ...... .tosprs. , Dtov.Ust onut Co report :--Silock.-- orsos tire still vury itlnsioblei. Qn Wednersday re Mdlsiosed'of.tcu' lotd' atL fromu £3 to £7 10s,; sevorl Ihead of a bettor class having berni louht In. Tihu llek tueam adveortiseld was not submitti . I Stulon-sOn Frdloy owe disposed of the Ugulong.runs Is tile ,aehhlm district, to 31r. atriok Urnnt for £000 cash, .oor cltndulse,--O Mulonday hlst ,o sold u large quantity of goods at the stores of 'sfliimis;Wnlokr. 'Thu sauiYO ,omipulsory; 1nd 0oi1o lots ient...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 December 1860

IMPORTANT TO ADVEIt-SItllRS. F TUESDAY next ibing Chriltmas dny. advertiie. ments inteldrd for ingerlion in Wednesdny"' issuo must h)e sentt to the publishing offico not loier than 8. p.m. on .Mondna. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ATTENTION is invited to tho old established rule that orders for withdrawalo or alleratinni for Wednesdny's issue. Imust bo sent to this office, IN wnrITtr . UIIFOR TW?LMV O'CL.OC? ON MONIIAVt wand for Snturday's itssu, nitroiiu TWI:L.VI o'cloc)t ON TIIOIIB)n , otherwise theyl cannot bo attended to :G:Wanted, A THORlUGnLY GOOD FEMALE COOK' 1 Liberal wages given. D. DAVIS, Old Com mercial Stores. 7150 To Flockmasters. WTANTED TO RENT, for a term of years, from 100,t to 2000 breeding ewes, or mixed sheep Security can be given. Address C., 'Herald' office. 7108 To Storekeepers. \ITANTED, a yourig man as rtorekeeper, for a v country store; near Goulburn. Address C., ' Herald' oflico. • 7109 * '' Carriers Wanted, HALL AND ALDERSON, 221; Elizabeth-street, Sydney. 7067 ...

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