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

Martyn's Horso and Carriage Bazaar, 181 Pitt-street, Sydney. MR. CHARLES MARTYN Hloldls a regular sale by auction Every TUESDAY, TIIUIRSDAY, and SATURDAY At It o'clock precisely. A LL parties sending horses or other stock, car Srilages, &e., are requested to forward written inlstructlions previous to sale, stating brands, ago, qualilastion, &c., and amounot of reserve, or other wie a sale will be elfcted to tbu highest bidder. 1548 THE GOULBBURN SCHOOL. IhEAD MASTER: IH. S. HAWKINS, M.A., ST. JOIIN's, C.UUIDooO. A?ssistant-Master and Teacher of Modern Languages:- F. HAMIBURGER, Eso., JTHE EASTER QUARTER will commence on Thursday, IMarch 29th, and entering pupils arn requested to present themselves not later'than March 31st. FEES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Tuition: Per Quarter. For each pupil ........................ £3 3s. Od. Entrance fee-One Guinea. For Board, Tuition, and Washing: Per Quarter. For one boarder ................... £16' 0s. Od. For two or more of a fami...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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THURSDAY—MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

Tlrrlieeir-ritnCIIo 1. MIinisters unnounced tlei reasiglnation, and ho IIuse adjouned till Tuenday next.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

Sruuc: In· rktl V'ry IvuglthyrkLtL~s c~U Beldon bo

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 March 1860

T H*BE BEE-BIVE, NOTICE OF REMOVAL. EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the jt premises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to their now premises Opposite the Iarket-square, AUBUlIN-STREET. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FREINCHI POLISIHER,, dontsgue-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. 1URNITURE REPAIREb' AND RE.POLISHED. 4592 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla. Ginger-Beer, and . All lkinds of Cordials. ORDERS by pose, or otherwise, immediately at U tended to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COOVLA., BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Croma and the surrounding district that he lhas takenlc out an AUOTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and wvill be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate, 4coo EDWARD BINGHAM, (SoCCESSOR TO GARLANiD AND INGSOIAMl,) . 115, York-street, Sydney, -TOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of E...

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

.OAZ.DCNDAB. S~TUttfl~. ~.... . ~Mar. fl b 3 OD II 10 ~NH4~1 004 010 .n11 ),rownflA ........ a as~ 01 n 6 I) l~EI 1AY .P:...... .;·i ,, 0 01 2 .11 SA'IUDAYMAR~ 1, 860

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

I i. OURAGENTS . R A E requested to frnrish remittaners and stat ments of account' ?with as, littlo delay' poss5ible.: · ·'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

Wanted, A STEADY SINGLE MAN as COOK. Sobriety indispensable. Apply to J. W. HOSKING, Foxtow. March 3rd, 1860. 507o Wanted, A FAMILY to Shepherd one :or two flocks of sheep. Apply to H. PATERSON, 5056 .Barabangalo, near Gunning. Governess. ANTED, for the country, a GOVERNESS to WV teach three children. None need apply ualess healthy and well recommended. Address H. PATEIRSON, 5057 Barabangalo, near Gunning. Wanted, MAN to milk, cut wood, and make himself generally useful. Apply at the 'H aLs.n' oflice. 20th February, 1860. 5000 Horses-Horses-Horses. .TANTED, twenty good up-standing horses, fit for coaching purposes. Apply to JOHN J. ROBERTS, 5020 Royal Hotel. A To Let, F ARMS AT GUNDAROO. Apply to S MR. A. LEVY, 4564 Queanbeyan. To Let, A SNUG 'FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, with detached Kitchen, in Auburn-street. Apply to C. FITZPATRICK, 5096 Undertaker. To be Let, THE SHOPS and HOUSES now occupied as the ' Goulburn Herald ' office, and Stationery Ware house, situated in the best business pa...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

COMMERI CIA L. LUnlesm otherwise expreued, the prices quoted In this artile. are thoose in transactions between tile producer and the first pur. ehaser; not on between one dealer and another, much less tIo retail prlcelr.] Dnaotwooo.--Flne flnour, per ton £38 to L99; wheat, per bushel, 13e.; braen, I.. d; onto, OnBe. to Bs. Od. mnoie, 7e. Cd. to o. id; hayp, £10; potatoes, los. per cwt.; froch butter, per It., Is. Sd. to ts. Od: salt ditto, Is. 3d. to Is. Od.; cheese, 76d. to 8id. ; bhoon, Is, to Is. Id. YAoe. - Wheat, per bushel, lie. to lIs.; floe flour, per ton, £15; seconds, ditto, £33; bran, per bushnel, Is. Od. ; maze Cs.; oats, i. to Cs.; bay, per ton., £' to £7 i0s.; barho y, 4e. to a ; resh buotter, oI. 0d.; salt ditto, It. per lb.; cheese, wanted; bacon, wanted; eggs, per dozen, Is. 3d. to Is. ld.; potantoes, per cwt., 9es. to t2e.; drn'I hldet, eaeh, Co. to 7e. di.; "green ditto, Os. to I0o.; bread, per lIb. lota, 10d ; beef, per lb.. 3d. to 4d.; mutton, 5d.; veal, 5d.; p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

To be Let, r1HE SHOP, forming part of the premises occnpied I by the undersigned, two doors from tho ' Herald' offiee. Immediate possession can be had. W. TEECE. Goulburn, 13th January, 1860. 4755 Cricket-Cricket-Cricket. BATS, BALLS, and stumps in variety at the B he lalld office.' Holloway's Pills. Holloway's Ointment. TUST RECEIVED an assortment of the above S fresh and genuine DIRECT from Professor Holloway. Purchasers will do well to lay in stocks from the leorald Book Mart. Edlted, Printed, and PublishOd by WiLLUdA RoseanOl. RthLt at the Printing Ofice, Auburm-atrett, oulburn Nmam Sout', Wales,

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. (Continued from our last.) CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

1ED IRAYMOND: A TALE OF TIIE BOTTLE. BY o. s. M. (Continuedl from our last.): COINCLISION. hMrs. Gates was a comfortably stont, eleer fill, good.hearted lady, considerably on the shady side of fihry=-ive;' Traces of that be??.y, which h1ad called forth the tailor's adhiirarion, were plainly j'isible; she was a handlsome old woman. Annie at their first Iideting became strongly prelpossessed in her tirnwia, and' each succeeding day increased' her love anidrespect. Annie soon became contented anid happy; her dh.ys passed uawiy smoothly, aild not with out the satishiietion of doing good when op pmioenitive occurred. Th house slhe.lived in, wiis as orderly and well-conducted ns any private residence. This in a great measure wits owing to lfris. Gates, having, from the time of her husband's: death, discountenanced excessive drinking. Anyone wanting a glass or two of spirits was- cheerfilly served, and occasionally of an evening two or three neigli bou'inag settlers, or their men, would sp...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

kln~y of loon'o WltfNI.91 )AYY........... 7 5ar.7 5 0 0 2 14 rI OUIt hI) ........ . . 8 6 67 0-5 16 }I05AY . . . 0 166 0'0 10 ;ýivl ý ýnlb lan iiprolh

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COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

COUNTIY NEI~S. COOMA QUARTER SESSIONS. (From our oem Correspondent.) His Honor Mr. Justice Cary arrived in town last evening, and stayed at the Lord Raglan Inn. His Honor took his seat on the bench on Wed nesday morning, at ten o'clock. The only case for trial at the quarter sessions was' one for horse-stealing. The barristers in attendance were Mr. Forbes, crown prosecutor; and Mr. Cary, junior. Mr. Free stone, attorney, from Queanbeyan, was also present... HonsE-nTsLAUNo.-Robert Barr answered to his hail, charged with having feloniously stolen, on the 6th of December last, one bay gelding, the property , of harry Thornton; a second count charged the prisoner with having stolen one pair of hobbles; and a third count was preferred for illegally riding a horse, the property of Harry Thornton. The prisoner, who seemed a very respectable young man, was defended by Mr. A. S. Freestone, attorney. A jury of twelve having been empannelled, the crown prosecutor opened the case, and called J...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

WEDNESDAY. MARCHI 7, tl8O. " Itl vote passled by the As8mbl ylast. Wed nesdtay ev;niihi, should teach nll'iflt-suflicient personAi oi ir. Forster's stanmp, that there .is no .iifety in defying the constitutional practice which secures liberty under British rule, It may, well be that a defeat on sorie trifling imeasure fmay affold no reason, or even excuse for a resignation. But in the case of the Forster Ministry there was. no room for a shade of dtoilbt.. The defeat was sustained on ii measure for the reform of the constitution. 'hl: ministry might either have accepted that verdict and sucenmbed to it, or they mighlt have repudiated it and appealed to the country. Instead of this, Mr. Forster, w.ith a degree of arrogance which would be ludicrous if it. were not so offensive; informs the Assemihbly that lie will continue in office; that he will pass the estimates; that he will transact all other business excepting that con tneted with the Land Bill; and that lhe will then dissolve t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

CRICKET. TUE match between Berrima and Goulburn was re sumed and concluded on Saturday. As was anticipated the B.errima players came off victors, but not so easily as was expected. On the the side of Berrima, A. Throsby, Mog gridge, and Wallace, did good service, while on that of Goulburn, I. Davis, A. Chisholm, C. Chisholm, and Symonds, made the score tell up well. We append the score: BERRtMA. 01. Throsby b. C. Chisholum..... 1 Crosby b. . Clsholml .........O 7 b. ?llespie ............... 1 P. lhrosby b. Gillespie ......... 6 b.. Chsholm ......... Wllce b. C. Chisholm............ 3 b. Ollospe ............ . 10 lorrlce b. Glllesplo .................. 8 .A. Chisholm ......... 4 Moggngo b. (lllespte ........... 13 o. Stymonds .............. 4 A. Theroby b. A. Chisholm ...... p 1 b. Glllosplo............... 2 O.:Throsby b. A. Chisholm ...... 0 b. Gillespieo ............... Shollcy b. A. Chisholum ........... 2 b. Gillesplo ............... 0 ield b. A. Ciholme .............. run out .....

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

IFRO o0tt OWN O ORRESPONDENT.] t[1ho fotlowing is the lotter of our Sydney eoorroe slotdont, In iotrdt fur pubtlioutio in our last, but which did not ronvo utl satuly.] Thlursday, 4 p.m. Whatever may be thought of tlhe ps: however, the future of theo Forster Ministry is c:ar enouglh. If the elevation of Mr. Forster to powe.- has served no other. purpose. it bus sunticed to expose a couple of political charlatans, which tie and Mr. Black evi dently are. . Mr. Samuel is far less to blhme, for he ha~i acted in aecordance with his political views; and as to Mr. Etagar, 1 don't suppose that le has over had any. But Forster, the pretended radical reformer, and Black, the president of the Lanud Leaguo-for these to enter into a comipact with the ultra-squattor and conservative party, was the crowning piece of treason. They have their deserts now. Thile vote of the Aissemoly that elected them, told the Governor distinctly, that it wvas.lis duty to dismiss his Minis tors, and thus, unless the...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE POLITICAL WRECK; OR, FORSTER AMONG THE BREAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

ORIGINAL PO'lTRY. THE POLITICAL WRECK; OR, FORSTER AMONG THE BhEAKERS. The state-ship set sail, with a westerly gale, And her crew a strange motley pack, Her chiefs, who wereothree, and had ne'er seen the sea, Were Forster, and Eagar, and Black. The fourth was Saul Sam, a regular sham, For if he of the gold got his whack, He'd leave the whole crew, to be told what to do, . By Forster, and Eagar, aud Black. But a true Robert Pool, took hold of the wheel, * Whose horrible outlandish clack, Was melody sweet, quite a musical treat, To Forster, and Eagar, and Black. The chaplain, D.D., just their man to a T," Who on democrats all tura'd his.back,: Because, forsooth he, own'd one-of the-three, - Not Forster, nor Eagar, but Black. They had squatters a score, or a great many more, And many a government hack, Looking out for the post, where the pay was the most, Under Forster, and Eagar, and Black. Out at sea what a mess, I'll leave you to guess, Requiting the aid of their quack, Who tor ver...

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THE FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

'Tos 'LOhIt- RLULL Fond.-A meetiotg of the N' comobitWd appointed to collot subtscriptious, It ni.l ' be seto,. t otorvertising columns, is appointed for art ..Trtto t a ppetrs, bouwver, very doubtful whelthcr, out of thw hole tifteen ostcubers, more thou threw or 0 four colt 13 got togeother. (tte of theso tWprilum bcrs ows torestlt of tholnsc t convened meetiotg, and It is pr a l. fromt th 1'00ovtiling apathy, that there mopa be e tition ott la sine result. Up to this oo t1o ;trkolf tie towel iuk boo n canvassed fo tub !ý .u(Zv \ 2 bttt toot cla ic rtt -Theoeto ctrl " nleetito or tit'tt no~li"it of ptblt stts\us to hIaoC ke 4,1IN yc~~crdlty, but was {t or it wccti

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

DISTRICT COURT. The following cases were then disposed of: ALLcoci . KELLY.-Action for promissory note for £43 9D. 4Jd. The defendant, in defence, said it was a debt for some cheese which he took on his dray to Gunda'gai, and which proved bad. No warranty swas proved. Verdict for plaintiff in the full amount rnd costs. Mr. Freestone for plaintiff, and Mr. bForbes for defendant. DOuOILL V. KfL:LLY.-Plaintiff is a stonemason, and sued for £28 12s., as followos:=£8 for erecting a :ingle chimney, £14 for a double chimney, and £6 12s. for making a cellar, 12 perches at lIs. The agreement was verbal, Kelly promising to pay what Dougill charged for doing the work at Nimfta Lel. The agreement was corroborated by William Baxter, and James Sweeney proved the amount a f:iir price for the work done. The defendant lodged a set-off for £21 for board during the time plaintiff and his men were at work. The set-off was not allowed. Verdict for plaintiff, £28 12s. and costs. Mr. Freestone for plainti...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

LOCAL iNIELLIGENOB. --- -+-- - KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. Ton Kinndra diggings continue to occupy a groat deal of attention, and the rush seems rather to in crease than to diminish. The roads continue to be lined with parties on their way there, both footmen, horsemen, and travellers with drays and carts. Large quantities of supplies are knouwn to be on the road, and the probability is tliat stores of every kind will soon he selling.at the diggings at but a reason able advance on Sydney prices. Mr. John Harnett, of Ucumbene, arrived in Goul burn on Sunday night. IIe states that there is no truth in the statement sent to the press some time back, that three hundred diggers were at work at his and his brother's places. Ont the contrary, no dig gings have been opened in either locality. Mr. Harnett was on the field on Satturday wece. lHe saw a nugget weighing sixty ounces, which was offered for salet but ihe did not ascertain by whom ir in what locality it had been found, nor how long the pa...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860

20 G:0flflI:OI(JNI)IY8. Corrcejiondcnts,* to ensure insertion of their letters, arere. quciiud to be brie Very lengthy Ietters can seldom tho lt~ee.d.

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