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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. (Continued from our last.) JOY AND GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

NED RiAYMOND: A TALE OF T?IE BOTTLE. BY O. 5. i. (Continued from our last.) JOY AND ORIEF. " Where is your son Dan?" demanded the chief constable, addressing Roskeane. "The boy has been gone from home-" began Mrs. Roskeane, taking the lesponsibility of replying off her husband's shoulders, a common practice of her's. " Silence, woman !" interrupted the chief constable; "you, Roskeane; where is your son Dan ?" "Dani is it?" re-interrogated Rosheane, from his old seat in the corner, his pipe in one hand, and throwing into his ill-favored phy s:io?omy that look of guileless innocence and half wittedness so well assumed by the Irish, and so puzzling unless the individual is well known to those who have to deal with him. "Yes, Dan. Where is he; what part of the country did lie go to?" " Divil a know know I where le's gone; have ye been after seein' him lately ?" "Why should I ask you if I knew ? Do you know ? that's my question." "Faix, Mr. Constable, I've been sore troubled av' late in ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

TI) C ORIUJSP))JNI) T8. (ý.nT~al1AAýCie t , 10 rnsut insrllon Of. bclr letlCrx, ar e m inchIi to be brloeL Ves ?wigll>ithytL)or ran asldmo be In~rtcdl.- ·-i~ Ax PB ,ctlfOB . 00111 alo»(7 ,cljt oBtl: COB,, CldIIIBG *oullc CttlO dniillO t+IOlnt het Co Ix otohD o»their. 1 Irn9B1 »x tro c rorrect rrrorh.,IB Th ould hn e pC$BUhlc; B'llfoot 0nrrdigthOCBIIr t rnt r cnmBr.o nnICBII andl even IBrpliI its dhtrrt; and B e C o'Bld tlien he unable to /insIpb c efoor to kuIjthbj a 1d'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

oTQTICE OF REMOVAL. EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the S premises lately occupied by them .in Auburn reet to their new premises Opposite' the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, J0ptegue-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. .I¶ URNITURE REPAIRED AND RE-POLISHIIED. 4592 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water. Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholio Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. VO CQO1'A. BENJAMIN DE LISSA " GS to Inform the inhabitants of Cooma and J the surrounding district that he has taken but an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods elstrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate. 4c00 EDWARD BINGHAM, (SUccEssOR TO GARLAND AND BINGIIHAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, CITOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer J of English and American agricultural ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

OAL13 DAº3.ý _un______ L - go yonih. HD.. .y1211111 ...··........'::. ~- Y 6 1 52 0 2 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

ouR Aci r , SRI.requcsted to flirnish reinittsnces and atato ineints of swcoulnt .vith s Ulittle delay, is pdsstblsh . ;'t

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE KIANDRA GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   THE KIANDRA GOLD FIELDS. The following telegram from Gundagai gives the   latest authentic intellignece from the Kiandra dig gings: " Mr. Commissioner Lynch and the troopers are again on the ground. "Commissioner Cloete and Captain Zouch, of the Southern Patrol, left Gundagai for the gold-fields yesterday. " Mr. Frederic Moore of this town returned last night. He states that there is plenty of gold there, that all the river claims are being worked with great   success, and that the surface diggings are also good. "Flour is £80 per ton, but some sales have been effected at £70. " Goods were pouring in from all directions. Col liss's picks were 14s., and long-handled shovels 15s. each. "First-class men were getting as wages, six, seven, and even eight pounds per week. " Up to last week no one on the field was actively engaged in gold buying; but the storekeepers were doing what little they could A great quantity of the ptrec...

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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. (Continued from our last.) PARTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

EDtJ IIAblOYII U TA rALE Q TUIElUOTTLE. .it ?. 5. M .. (Continscd from our last.) PAIITINGSB. Ned was released, from gaol, a sadly chalnged man inwardly as well noas outwadly. ,. 1ierect, manly oarringo, his firm trend and Steady, fearleess gaze, hadt given place to a slauohing; uncertuin gnit, and inqoiriKg, hag gaid look. Inwardly all was unsettled. His mind wan stunned, stupiled. He foundl it inmpossible to comprehend, in its fill extent, the mangnittude of thle ruin hbe had been the miserable cause of. Its very magnitido seemed to confind him, and hung over his soul a black. lshapeless mass. rhie light of trueo religion, which alone could lpenctratee the dense cloud, was wanting. Ned issued Ibrtlh fromi tilhe conldemned cell as little of a christian, in the pure sense of the word, as he entereld thile gates of the, gaol; not that he was obstinato or unwilling to learn, but he required that toeachiiig whvich is rarely to be obtained. The clergyman who attendled the prisoners, a w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

Wanted, A FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT, for a smaill respectable family, residing not lfanr from the Snowy River D)iggings. No objection to a mar ried womali. Apply at the oflicoof this paper. 5068 Wanted, k WARDSMAN for the Goulhurn HIospital. . Apply to the SUPEIRIN 'ENI)DENT. 5070 S Wanted, .. A FAMILY to Shepherd one or two fl6cs' of sheep, "Apply .to-. 7 , .... H. PATEIRSON, 5056 . Barabangalo, neFar Gunqing. S Goierness. W ANTED, for the country, a GOVERNESS to teach three chlildrin. None need apply uoless heaonlthy and'wellreomimended. Address II. PATERSOIN, . 5057 - Baraangalo, near GuOiihg. Wanted, A MAN to. milk, cut wood, aod mntke himself generally useful.' Apply at tlh o'Iltras' olfice. 20th icobruary, 1580. 5.00 Horses-Horsese-Horses. W- ANTED, t.wenty good upestanding horses, fit for coaching purposes.- Apply td i0,. S JOHN J. HOBERITS, 50?0 .Royial llotcl. Fish for Sale. .: A PI'IME LOT of CornishPilchallrds, inl'ine coln ditlon. ' " " ". " J. B. RUNDLE, 5051 17, Wynyard-h...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

QUEANBIEYAN. (From out own CorrUEspouldCnt.) Witlh thie exception of many fresh faces constantly hppearing among us, 'tlhr is nothing partdiularly utrange in (Qannbeyan. On Tuesday last, a gentleman arrived in Quean beyan, declaring hIimself to be jiust retured il irim thu diggings inld jitd a visit to Mr I. J. 1. rigbht's store, lnd taode onltub very libeonl purchlnoos, staOtiig at thu sn ile? timo ho il deottl n'ltuody ontino in thu bank byt thae sle fn large ltotntit)y of gold, but Air. "Wrigbl being rathier suspi'eious of his cosloincr, aiid hut` exoutly intenudiliiig to ho dopled by this lIde nron vol, took the precaution to uscertain lkfrot the bankl iliethlier thle gentlcnmn in qlestioi Iln 1 niado nade 'osit Ilthere or not. Accordilg to his exeUtattiios, ie fiound tile stotlanllge gentlelmun to be quite utnknown at lthat esntablisheunt, and for this piece of elol inmpu ditnce, Mr. \Vrightl handed hili into the fond eii braces of consttablhc Cooper, iwho nccordintgly took cha...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

LACILAN DISTRICT. (Frem our own Corrcspondolent.) WEATIIEIn.-We have had no raill of any account during the past week, excepting a shower or two. 'The main creek, which is at present very high, con .tains as much water as would supply the require ients s.f this portion of tie district for a colisiderable time to come. The horse and cattle stock at present look admirably well, and thie grass is rapidly spriog ing up. There is a station on the main road between Miorungarell and Marengo, at which place not a drop of rain .has fiallen for the last four months. The person in charge of this station has to go a distance ef three milesdown tile Mo:tingarell Creek for water 1.: believe the name of the above station is llellabulab MAIrL.-There is much praisclduo to our mailman, SIr: Edy, for his punctual arrival. On Sabbath, the 12th IFebruary, after being delayed several hours behind his usual time at Marengo, Mr. Edly never. theless maanaged to deliver the mail some short time after the usu...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

AUCTIONEERS' aEPORTiS. Messrs. P. DIGNA3t AND Co. report:--Stock, During the week we have sold 7 head of horses; at from £8 to £15 10s; team of 8 bullocks and tackle for £50; team of 8 ditto and ditto for £52. Drays, at £13 and £14 14s.; cart, £13 10s.; spring cart and harness for £30, &c., &ce. The unfavourablo state of tile weather towards the end of the week lias operated against business generally. Produce. Wheat may now be quoted at 14s. Large parcels of Sydney and Canoldcn lour are on the road, but tihe superior quality of Argyle wheat secures it the preference. Merchandise.-We have held no sales this week. J. Foutl.i.stes (successor to H. Greig,) reports having sold on Tuesday last, at the Now Cattle Yards, Boorlto-street, a draft of fitt cattle iu two lots, average ablout 5 cwt. F'irst lot to Demppey, at 85s. per head; second lot, same purchaser, at 95s. per head. Also, 0 bullocks, at £6 per head. lHorses. -A few buyers en route for the Snowy Niver at tended ...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

*COiV ER 1At. ' HERnaDb' Office, Friday evening There are no changes to note in tcbe prices of pro duee. A great deal of hay reached town early in the week, and was disposed of at current rates. The rains during the latter half of the week, have had a tendency to prevent any further arrivals. iusinoss at the stores has beens rather dull, and would have been worse but for bodies of diggers passing throughi the town. MIssrs. M)vies, Alexander, and Co. report the purelsase of l ton bacon, and 5 owt. butter, and Mr. lBenjamin of seven bales of wool. OOULBURN. o £ s.d. .£ s.d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 32 0 0 to 0 0 0 Sesconds, ditto, ditto .....0.... 80.:0 0 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .......... 0 12, 0: 0 14 0 lroan, ditto...................0.. O F'i 0' 0- 0 Oats, ditto ..... ........... I;0 i .0jo- 0-i '0 Barley, ditto . 0 40:, 0 2 Itoaize, ditto, new ...:..:.':c::o'0 0 -, 0 6 6 IIay, per ton ........... . 10 0? 0 11 ·0 0O Potatoes, ditto ............:8 0 0 ?20 0 0 Bacon, per lb., scar...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

:Ow??sio t the. nori-arrival of the mailsnw'?? :nre not in poissssioni of Sydney papers, nor of our corriespondent'?s leotter, and :we are thus obliied to rely on the s'canty.information up liha by telegrai-'iiiS r ecting the proceedings of tle ministry nnd..tfthlegisleature I .:t.imay be renemlibred thait in oi last the woidedfully di.gnlsiihig tenacity wih wvhich thlio Folatir.Black-Eagar cabinet clung to the oflices which the misifortuons of their country b!ad allowed to fall into their hands, wys lik ined to tihe obstinacy of a bull-dog who lied a.ttaked eind fesioned on to a horse, and •w.hose dislodgement it.was found almnost im :pssibld to eflent. 'The miniisterial lprototype Lthe bull-dog of 1822-did not easily relanx tihe hold;that he had once obtained of hisl boiser. eThe Forter-Black-Eagar did not easily relex their holl of offllice. They might ie " biiten ivith cart whips and stiEcks with s-Udh miry as would seem enoglh to bireak Stheir bones," they mighlt bh " beaten wi...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

1ERRIt2MA. F!s Inr lS?,os - • "ss~coND fNNL?SS."' t* Morries, b ~nlisT ............. 13:\.U2 a.·;. ··1:1 urws ruLs. , c. I a;aill S. .ll W ; o. - S iu'i- ' '"S Croelseye. W. Dsvoib. lirhawls".0: h.Iichnrlo' y..;;.?.: ...' 10 Wdllael, b. ltoiiin ......1 .. .180 0. humnk' b. lioud 14 it Tileo?shy, is. aolsh .in ... ?. 0 "b" Itteliunis ·.;: ;" .', 20 'oi ali, I...... bots ... .. , "0.run ? tout·.;. n ...... .... A. Iiiiuahy, ot.·I bunts b.V L: teyuotoant .....? 2... o. ltan ,hlt.(lnolds0... yes9 leg-bs 1; "?wtdeso 7... ,1 Dyes, 14; leg-iyes, 2 ?·1. /,:?/,;v" .- ~. ,- I ?.v les?. : .............. 20 ,, : , ?i; : , : ; . '' 'irot innings ...... 07 • : !otaI ..;.....;? ........ 17i3 Borrima winning with thlreo wickets to go down. The nmatolh bntween Brrima and Goulburn theion commenced. Tlho playing of tichards on the side of Goulburn was objected to on the groundl of his having played with Qureanbeyan, and Arthur Chis holm was taken in his steacd; I. Davis being also taken instead of J. ...

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POLICE APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

~rl~c)xL tvrl i ,~'OII)ISS-,\' 'r F ot tU (,~lUtlluI0 polucuu'fur uu, uubbtll diliii (1IIII uumgjln ruSugml(Jd ~ Ilrle':bl u t UIduuuuuurn1; ouhIud,~II gla b a f~ ~ ~ oL Ilyu ~ 13 , . lug1 fru I tooII II SY i f 'ituluj yu1lulu i tuuoI i\ 10 V ~tl t i (Olt~ilUu.iu' ItuvorP ~~~~~~' 1djjr~":rb'Lb ·;

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

LOCAL IN1TELLIGENVU. CRICKET MATCHES. Tisr weekol has been a memorable one in the annals of Goulbur crickletiog. eLY first Ihave the match between Quoanbeynn and Goulburn; then Quesanbeyrn and Berrima; and lastly, between lerrimna anml Goulburn. 'rhe weather was very unpropitious, showers falling throughout the severa days, and very hleavy rain falling oa Thursday sight. On Wednesdlay to play commenced with t!lhe match between Goue'burn and Quecanbeyan. Mr. J. S. Fatter acted as empire for Goulburn; scorer, Mr. Ellis. Mr. OClliid olliciated as umpire for Quenn boyas; scorer, Mr. Vernon. The to.ss was won by Goolburo, and Queunbeyan was senrt first to the wickets. As mentioned in our last theo Qucanbeyan number was incomplote, asl thlree players ha1d to be picked in Gosulbirn. Tl'lese were Mr. L. Rankin, one of the students at tlcOeoullburn sclhool, who, it will be seen. was a hIost ill himssll; as he Iwas a meest elfective round-arm bawler, andl the top scorer iof tle wholo series o...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

Looms" 01?O OWN CpOOI(RESPONDENT. " uoelnouutl ",cd -oiu " Mony 4 psm. /.:" "?: r "'/.' "POLITICAL. ' Or outir j io greaot aillnow is of the ministry, nad whether they wll rslgo or hold 0n, Tie rumour is thut Elogar and Samuoel re for going out and Fors ter miiid IBlikl for staying wh'e tlhy are. How oeur, we musti have patience. Thue l Herld,' of this morhing, s0ys that the Premier will mieet the Assumnlbly to-lorrowv rfternoon, and tllqn we shall kow n,'ll'bout. it.. I suppose so! The general ,,oic ls fir Charlos Cowvlor back aoglin. Solme pro p0s00 1 put Iim ip fur Windlsor, in place of Dslhby, 0a i?o would go in with flying colonrs. Mr. D)river is at presunt litely to Be a calidate, B1ut I apprl hnd tlhrit he would retire in that ease, as I lnvo hoard that he has already expressed snrrow. for haviug bhn so welk as to lend his aid inlbh lateo returnll of Mr. ]?'ucett, Ilowver, if Mrilw.tioWler should be sent br, lie ineed not wait to he.electl. Tlio. polily, I lavo no doubt, woul...

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COUNTRY NEWS. MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

COUNTRY NJIEJ'S. MORUYA. (From our own Correo.soent.) TuE GnvaT FLooD.-AS communication with th ueighlbouring districts is now restored I am'en obled to forward you a summrny of the disastrous results of tihe lto greet flood in this and the neigh bourilng coast district. To begin at home, most of the settlers on the Mllenderen e estate have lost their nll, not £1do worth of produeo being saved; and, e?v'en in tihe townslip, much damago was done, the water roaching p tho matina ptreot as far as Mi, .li;'tKon 0':store. A great portion of the land to the eastward of the township, and towards the mouth of the river wasn uder water. From the wreck which was swepit past here on the 1lth instant, consisting ornasks, cradks, tubs, rod niticles of household fur niture, and eveLL portions of houses mixed up with drift wood and Iay stacks, we antieipated eIbrful news from thie highor portions of the settlement ; for some days we were folced to remain in ignoraince of the fate of our neighbours...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

.PA1LIAJJA.ENTAR Y. '[vis ELECTIRIo 'TEOrtO, Vi?. R .,t?. WEDrNEo uY-Foeo UARY 29. In the Assembly the Col.Olr.L .SconTintn,.rose and said, that after the vote arrived at tge other night on the Upper House Bill, the mni try had coleidered that the bes: course to be pursue€ was to proceed as quoicktly as possible with the esimates, and, these got through, to dissolve the Assmbly. 'IThey had considered that a definite vote of wont of confidenc should be passed if thie louso :cally wished to liring rbout a resignation; and they hte, therefoire, detertminteid to reuman in oaftice unless such were passed. itr. GBal thlereupon moved, that an address be presented to Hlis Excellencyi the Govcrnor-Geeral, informing him that the Ileouse considered tiho:co tinloncc in ollice of tihe present administration was an obstruction of the business of the country. MIr. Ar?lnld, Dr. Lang, aid Mr. Jones, spo?e in support of tihe motion, anod Mr. 1'luukett in ojposi tisott. The motion was carried amid lou...

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KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

KIiANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. ToE following telegram from Gundogai, brings news from these diggings up to the 26th February: " Mr. Kennedy, a storekeeper at Adelong has just returned from the Snowy Rliver. " IIe tells me that Mtr. Yates of thile Bankl of New South Wales arrived there on Saturday night, for the purpose of purchasing gold. A very large amount was in the hands of the diggers. " Wages were the same as mentionedl in my last report. The lowest rate at which men can be ob tained is £4 per week with rations. "Flour is rising. The price now ranges from £80 to £100 per ton. Some few sales have been effected at the former quotation. ' The river claims are yielding very large returns. The claims on the banks of the river where tihe stripping is deeper are paying very well. The sur face dliggings genmrally are yielding very large re turns to several; but as on every other gold.field numbers are not doing muceh. "On tlhe whlole overythig is very good. Several large nuggets have been foun...

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