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CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Thursday, the 19th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS.—WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On T'hursday, the 19th day of, April next. COUNTRY LOTS.-WYNYARD. Lot 1, 28 oares 3 rotds 31 perches; lot 2.37 acres; lot 3, 50 acres 3 roods; lot 4, 40 ?cres 3 roods; lot 5; 67 acres -portions I to 5, within' the extended Gumnolgai reserve, adjacent to the west boundary of It. P. Jenkins' 173 acres, and the west boundaries of lets 6,7, 11, and 12. . l t?6. 39 acres 1 rood; lot 7, 31 acres I rood; lot ;, :12 asees; lot 9,41 acres 1 rood; lot 10, 32 acres 2 r?nid? Iltt it, 71 acres; lot 12,77 acres; lot 13, 32 ??itnS 3.rodsi lot 14, 29 acres I rood 35 perches; ,It" 15. 47 aeres b rood: lot 16. 136 acres; lot 17, 130 ICerr,.'::ote:18, 135 sores; lot 19, 126 aores; lot 20, le'9 ,rcres I rood; lot 21, 118 acres; lot 22, 139 acres; lot,23, 65 srres I rood; lot 24, 56 acres 2 roods; lot 25. 45 aires 2 roo-:s; lot 26, 52 acres; lot 17, 61 sacrs 2 roodp; lot 2t8, 80 acres; lot 29, 87 acres; lot 31, 55-aures 2 roods; lot 31, 67 acres; lot 3...
THE SNOWY RIVER GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
TIHE SNOWY RIVER GOLD-FIELDS. (From the Empire.) THE news from the Snowy River continues as contradictory as ever. The exaggerated rumours which are prevalent in town of dig gers having arrived with thousands of pounds' worth of gold, shew an evident desire on the part of interested parties to keep up, and if possible increase the excitement. We used every means to trace to a reliable source the statements that were in circulation on Mon flay, and the conclusion that we.arrived at was, that the stories, if not entire fabrications, were gross exaggerations; and that no con siderable quantity of gold had reached Sydney from the Snowy River, with the ex ception of that brought down by escort on Friday. Those who are instrumental in spreading these exciting reports, are deeply blameable, as it must be evident to every one that no other result but poverty, suffering, and death can be expected to ensue from an indiscriminate and thoughtless rush to such an inhospitable region at this seas...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
LOCAL INTELLTGENO.G KIANDRIA GOLD-FIELDS.' TiHE news from these gold-fields is much the same as in our last, although the accounts asto the .se verity of the season there are.very. conflicting. One person belonging to Goulburn, who' has returned unsueeeosl'dl, states that the temperature there is very little difllrent from that of Goulburn, and that there was no snow to be seen. Another person, who has been a great deal about the locality, asserts that winter is equally as good as spritig'to work there, as in spring the snow melts from the moun mains, and swells the rivers and creeks so that they cannot he workhd. Numbers of passengers, on horseback, in convoy annces of various descriptions, and on foot, continue to pour through this place en route to the diggings. The latter class especially predominate, and from their general appearanc we we should infer they are totally unprepared to meet with ill-luck, and unpro vided for any emergeney. Tine state of the roads, too, which are in...
COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
cOUNTRvY NEIIS. BERRIMA. (From a Correspondent.) Ter Inquiry by Mr. Newcombe, P.M:, of Quean beyan, who had been appointed by the late govern meot toino'estigate the charges preferred by Messrs. Marriee and Badgery, J.P.'s. of this district, against Mr. J. E. Liardet. clerk of petty sessions, and into the counter charges preferred by the latter aganist the former gentleman, were brought to a close on the 8th instant. The time alone occupied by this inquiry-Mr. 1ewcombe having arrived here for that purpose on the 13th of February last-is more than sufficient to pro.ye the necessity of the immediate and energetic interference of the government, which it is earnestly lioped will ensue, and at once and for ever put a t p to the scenes of discord that could bh wit nessed almost on every court day, for some months past, it the police oflice ht re. Yesterday, I was in'formed that Mr. Carew, the' actiniz gaoler, killed a lead-coloured snake of largesize inthie gaol, which mahes the third of...
THE COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
THE COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. (From the Empire.)' MANY of the repronaches cast upon the Cowpor Ministry have recoiled with a keenor edge upon their opponents. They were often taunt ed witl heinLg willing to undergo anly amount of humiliation, or, in parliamentary phraseology, " to swallow any quantity of dirt," for the sake of retaining office. They were incessnltly accused of adapting their measures to the caprices of their supporters, and of beinr ready to purchase the votes of a manjority by any .concessions. MIr. Cowper particularly ·was charged with pursuing a self-seeking, time-serving policy. This was said to be the very soul of his administration. It is remarkable how the whole series of poli tical events since the retirement of that gen tleman from public life seem to have conspired to avenge him of his adversaries. If there was no higher soul in his policy than that which is manifested by a bidding for political support, it is at least undeniable that his as sumed mantle fe...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 'EMEU.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 'EMEU.' The mail sieamer arrived at Kangaroo Island at one o'clock on Friday morning, after having expori iicced heavy easterly gales from the Mauritius. We Iave news to the 28th January, and extract the fol lowing from the telegraphic summary of the' Sydney Empire,' in addition to the telegram we published in Saturday's issue. The November mails from Australia arrived in Englanad on the 7th and 13th of January last. Tile Imperial Parliament was opened by the Queens in person on the 24th Deecembr. The Royal Speech on the occasion appears to have been of the usual character and to have loanifested no particular alarm at the complications of European aftairs, while at the same time it exhibits a degree of firmness be coming a great country. Friendly relations were said to subsist between the United Kigidom and foreign powers, but, as might have been expected from Lord J, ha ltussell's Aberdeen speech, there was a marked expression of opinion in favo...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
TO CORRES POND lNTS. A Lonvt or Jtsmoo.-Yr our Inlfr ,ont re Ittod too tatrJfr pololll ioo in ltc present isUa but will hurt dbr con rtrltlntiou r rrowld, ho0, reW, rrnfdn o. thot cis a = tau re ofbaotd. faith on y0orpart, It ia neoraruy 0 you should h.adaurl bnor toarm. Oorreoooudeutol, to enrure ltarttaott of thuir letttrs, nar or. quested to %e. h-le. Cry Yoly togthy laters o ua seonm he inlrrtoo
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
THEE EEE-IIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the S premises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to their new premises Oppos the Iarket-square, AUBURN-STREET.. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, 'CABINET MAKER, 1UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. T;URNITURE REPAIRED AND .-RE-POLISIIED. 4592 Soda Water . Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at tended to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COOIVlA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate, 4oo00 EDWARD BINGHAM, (SUCCESSOR TO GARLAND AND tINGtOAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney,. STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of English and American agricultu...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LUPRECHAUN: OR FAIRIES' SHOEMAKER. A LEGEND OF '98. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LUPRECHAUN: OR FAIRIES' SHOE- MAKER. A LEGEND OF '98. BY HARRY D--------. (Concluded from our last.) Most surely if the young man's step Was light before the prize he found, 'Twas now more like a madman's leap, His feet seemed scarce to touch the ground. A hundred times, or more, he dragged The fairy treasure from his fob, And to himself as often bragged How "mighty cute" he "did the job." Of all the fine wise plans he laid To lend, to spend, to buy and sell, With all the antic tricks he played, &nbsp; 'Twould take a lawyer's tongue to tell. &nbsp; So now while Pat is full of glee We'll leave him for a little while, To see what times then chanced to be In poor ould Erin's own green isle. And brouach* times enough they were That marked the year of Ninety-eight +, When thousands, goaded by despair, To cruel hands resigned their fate. Strict "martial law" was all the go; &nbsp; But little rest had rope or gun; "Sogers" and spies marched to a...
STEPHEN GIRARD, THE MONEY MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
STEPHEN GIRARD, THE MONEY MAKElR. (From Diekens's ' Household Words.') AnouT the year seventeen bnndred and fifty, in the environs of Bordeaux, France, there lived an old sea captain, named Pierre Girard, with Mtidiiind'Lafilrguo, ais wife. They had already four children-ano, matter whether male or female, for they lived and died in the obscurity in which they were born. But in the year seventeen hundred anti fifty, on the 21st of May, another child came into the world-a boy, naumed Stephen Girard. Up to the age of ten or twelve there is no record of the life and progress of this boy. At that timne hl was found, with one eye, emnbarked as a cabin boy, with no other ac quirements than an imperfect knowledge of reading and writing, on board a vessel bound for the West Indies. His one eye was made the subjct of ridicule amongst his companions, and his temper was thus early soured for life. With this physical deformity, without friends, patrpdge, or money, he was thrown upon the world. ...
POETRY. A POETICAL DUN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
POETRtY. ' -4-t--· A POETICAL DUN. Should you ask me why this dunning, Why these sad complaints and murmurs, Mlurmurs loud aboutL delinquents Who have rend the paper weekly. Read what they have never paid for, Read with pleasure and with profit, Readl f news both lolnne and foreign, Head the ensays ned the poems, Full of wisdom and instructina; Sh,?ald you ask us why this dunning, We should answer, we should ltoll you, From the printer, from the mailer, From the prompt old paper maker, From the landlord, fromn the carrier, Front the man who taxes letters With istamnp from Uncle Samuel-' Uncle Snum the rowdlies call him- ' From them all there came a imiessage, Messago kiind but firmly spoken. ".Please to pay Its what you owe us." Sad it is to hear such message Wihen our finds are all exhausted, When the lnst. basnknnote has left us, When the gold coiln ll has vanished, Gone to pa'y thei paperumaker, Gone to pay the toiling priuter, Gonu to pay the landlrlyd tribute, Gone to pay the u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
NORRIS AND BARBER, Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger Beer and Cordial I A N U F A C T U R E R s, CLIFFORD AND SLOANE STREETS, OI'I'OSITE THIIE IIOSPITAL, GO ULB URUN. 1624 GEORGE RICH ARDS BEGS to inform ris friends, and the public generally, that lie has commenced business as UNDERTAKER, and trusts by strict attention to the same, combined with moderate charges to receive a liberal share of public support. AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. ' 4556 THE GOULBUBRN. SCHOOL. * EAD MASTER: IH S. HAWKINS, M.A., ST. Json's, CAMBRIDGE. Assistant-Master and Teacher of Modern Languages: F. HAMBURGER, ESQ., ri lIE EASTER QUARTER will commence on 1 Thursday, Marrh 29th, and entering pupils are requested to presont themselves not later than March e1sl. FEES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Tuition: Per Quarter. For each pupil ................. £8 3s. Od. Entrance fee-One Guinea. For Board, Tuition, and Washing: * Per Quarter. For one boarder .................. £16 0a. Od. For two ormorofatfamily, each £15 Os...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
1111SCELLA EUO US. RECEIPTS FOR SNAKE-BITES.-A Laun ceston journal gives the following from a cor responldent as an "infallible remedy" for the bite of a snake:-" Take of the plant polypo daciw, or small curly fern, which is very juicy in spring, and grows without leaves, as many. when cut up as will fill a pint measure, add water, and pound into a mass, strain the liquid therefrom, add to this spirits of am monia, an ounce to a pint, bottle and keep well corked." Underwood's antidote for snake-bites was tested on a dog by a Tasma nian gentlemau a few days ago, with success. While hunting in the bush with kangaroo dogs, a large black snake was shot in the back and wounded. To try the antidote oe of the dogs was placed near the snake, which bit her on the dew-claw, malting the blood flow. The antidote was not .applied for ten minutes, and the dog is alive and well, although before the application of the antidote it showed decided signs of a venomous bite. BURNING OF THE SKERRYVOnE,' ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
nlUCu ns thle hl(d "question prcssos for solu tion, and Otle meurl. es'8 of in)mprtace u.rge bheomlvnes 1pen our ittenution,? is in possible to p'et rid of,tho convictiono that ' dissolution of the present Assemljlym ,ust precede any legislation likely to be permanently benficial to the"country. 'I'he last. general election was a perfect scramb)le. Peope whose abilities were entlirely unequal t to the dlltios of a fourth class municipalitv, or even of at parish vestry, war( sanddenly elevated to the honours of pnflim Ientlry life, 1nd called upon to uphold or to'overthlrow governllstte, to, matke or, re peal laws, and to r(ule the ,count'ry, of whose wants and capabiliti.es tlhey hlnd all;thieir lives 5dlt1 n0o mo;..lrgs. n.ll)ed view thlan was to :be obtained f'rom' their owli lick'npsirlour' wili dows. It seeined as thougih, in,. order the more certriily to lroeset(rve thle seLLecI'y of tie ballot, the electors voted with their eyes shut, anadhad trusled to chance whltnlams shonld...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
SYDNEY. , Lrnost ount owt, at hOtttrONiitT. S.... . dnesda,4 p.m. '. . " OLITIOAL' .. ' ..:.,, E?vnrnYo,Y--ihat is every"body worth quoting? agrees upontrthu eourso- which the new ministry Sought to'"dopt. SO"t tJit quibbling and slipperiness mniralests i'tself tn Ilto oitti tat'eofcaldidates, that there isunlv ono wayto brlitt thllem to. a point anl keep them th?i;'Ift0eutali so '?ttntn t should lay down a disttinct poiey-a vulear incosure, emiuodied in one hill only3, altid sholild tis .ole the HlousCe on that The question. thien'wotldd bd lfr;'ever candidteto " Will you support the present ministry in carrying out this poliuy, or will you nott?" at ,.. The Queanbeyan correspondent of your Goulburn contemporary soys-" ' ,oraterl ivith. all tliy.flults; we rove theeo stil!" What: dear, confidingtg urea tures!t . , iunegst the faithless, ftlthful only they iL.: - I remember ome ntitoe ailieo to have lightted upont a horrible and disgusting tale, ellled "the Gtillotited WVoman"-one o...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
'' " i ' ;,;!.omo.o, Friday evening_ ThWines ry. "tykltnlhd hOs ,OIWilull during tli l~octk aod tlie nrnlvals clproduce.hayv'been verylew. i; ... " Owlol totihu'abednano `ot' gras':o od.thbpro srotof Its lUno thayitreoing ino iprt wbtieatt sanie thn It is being Brought ltutp touni tomo, ,fIy than imight teo oxpootoc from th't, ec otofthooentlioi ""'' tAt thottllsl'rlicui ls donwn to from Is,' to 11s. Oi. per bush l. o - t. . . ,o . , Ionror. Emfetol IdtnSot roport tho porch,?' of 40 ounces of gold flpmeothoAbheurombo t ?
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860
LOCAL iNTELLIGENCE.. KITANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. Tun Snowy River diggings--the Snoevy IRiver dig ginsl we ar, sick :of heaIringof thoe Snowy River diggings. The same tales told over and over again cmtil tlley weary to nausea-and eachd time if possible worse told than on previous occasions-the same sceoauts of coaches loading; of roads lined !with pedestriaos, of present swarmth and future:cool bring no now. information-conjure up no new ideas. We Iay as well therefore simply say that the rush will continue till further notice-that hundreds will continue passing through ,.Goulburn till. further notice-that, the coaches belonging' to Crane and Roberts (more power to 'em,) will continut to:arrive ancd depart, crammed as full as they will hold;ountil further notice-that long letters,containing not one solitary new fact,.andcit.interesting it all, only so to the recipients, will.continue,to be received until fur tiler notice-thattgambling, and grog-selling will contiulce i tile ascendalt lntil...