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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

Wanted A WET NURSE; Apply at the AUSTRALIAN STORE. 5150 Wanted, A. RESPECTABLE' FEMALE, as - HOUSE MAID AND LAUNDRESS. in a small family. Must be well recommended for'competency. References from last situation indispensable, and be prepared to enter the service by the 31st March. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, .: Prince of Wales' Stores, 5142 Goulburn. The English Newspapers, Latest Dates; JUST RECEIVED.by the MAIL, and now on S sale 'S the Herald Book Mart. Prime Fat Cattle. T FULLJAMES has at all times Fat Cattle on s hand, for sale in lots of 10, and upwards..: 5107 Commercial Bankinig Company of Sydney, Cooma. A BRANCH of this an 'is nk now open at .' COOMA;' MANEROO-(for the tranisection of all ordinary Banking business)--oi tlthelireises of Mr. Haines, Innkeeper, under the management of R. C. JOPLIN, Esquire. 16th March, 1860... _ 5028 Oriental Bank Cdorporation. . T OTICE is hereby: given that an Agency of this N ' Cbrporation is now open" on tihe 8owy liver" Gold-fields,'under'...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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REV. W. B. CLARKE'S OPINION OF THE AURIFEROUS CHARACTER OF THE COUNTRY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF THE SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

REV. W. B. CLARKE'S OPINION OF THE AURIFEROUS CHARACTER OF THE COUNTIIY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF THIE SNOWY RIVER. (Froml the Empire.) IT may not be uninteresting to our readers, while thousands are flocking to the Snowy Rivor dig.. sings, and the whole community is more or less in terested ini the success of these adventurers, to hear au" feow prticulars respecting the neighbourhood of what is now the great point of attraction. In pro portion as data accumulate, and investigations are ,conducted with increased accuracy alid skill, geology, itild, as one of its branches, or'rather. component parts, goldfinding, tends to' approach more and more to an exact science, and the theories of the " savant" 'to developo' with increasing rapidity and certainty into the facts of the operative. Upon which sell evident proposition we venture to found another -namely, that where the Rev. W?. Bi Clarke says that gold is likely to be found,, there gold will be found at no very distant period. At all ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

AUCTIOPEEiRSg' REPO1 TS. Me.srs. P. DeGova and Co. repnrt:=-Stonk.-Tho roesent week has shown a great decline in hors rstork, owhich It has been difficoult to movo varen at n rleduction. Probably the badl weathler with which this week eommeriued, may "have partly caused tile chano . Sales have been fairly attended, but very few buyers among tile company. .Wo havo sold 6 head at from £T to £1210. llorso, cart, and harnerss, £23. For tho. horso team, 100 gnlneaso was the. highest offer, and was declined. P'rodluee.-Wheat is ceritatnly ess firm, buyers now only olferlog frotm 1Is, to 12s. t : "l W. I.2aoto reports:-Owing to tle very- inclement state of the weather, I hr hehldno sales thlis week. Thore os littlo or npchnoge intheprice of prodioe." -. F2ltIu.ooi (osuceessor to it. Orel,,l reporio:-Pot stock omarket well supplied, tn quantity and quality. Sold oo TIuss day last t5 lead, average noiet 500 lbs., half rows, half bil 'loeks, from Mr. Oamntos' station on the Fishtlliver, to D....

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THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) TiHE southern portion of the works contracted for by Messrs. Peto and Co., commences at Campbell town, thirty-four miles from Sydney, and terminates at Picton, a distance of nearly twenty miles. At a few yards' distance from the Campbelltown station some extensive shops, stables, and stores have been erected by the contractors, the former being re quired for the repair of the tools used on the line. The waggons and dobbins employed upon the southern extension have been put together here, and the same work is still being carried on. Theseveral portions of these useful vehicles are shipped from England in a complete state, requiring only fitting together to be ready for use. As the contractors have been obliged to import them in that shape, a large number of blacksmiths, carpenters, and labourers have been, since their commencing the work and are still employed on that operation.- We understand that, in addition to thes...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

36 'O 1641s'C)IOS!) lNTS. - C rr.·mlrncnta, to rnlnr hwrllot fr threlr 1dtt're, nre ; i'rhrle n'le brier.- Vrry lengthy letters cnn seldonm b Al ,orr R .t JrirAcl'. r.,r l - 2 r ll lllI 1,, 011112I u*11s11' f:.ilrr" infrrmni''.' reap:etino Ikr peliliy4 yuu rp:nk 'of.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

*THE BEE-HEVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. SEMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the a premises lately occupied by them in Auburn etreet to their new premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. ' URNITURE REPAIRED AND . RE-POLISHED. 4592 SKINNER AND CO. : Soda Water . Lemonade Sarsaparilla.... Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at ttended to. SMANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COO1VIA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA ]3EGS to ieform the inhabitants of Cooma and 1) .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. 400oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (8UCCESSOR TO GARLAND AND RINOGHARt) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of Engl...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

.1 2 Tlin DIY ... . a. 6 4 61 24 F(:\D,}............. ... In 1 e 2 11 225 31 Y :........ . 16 6 6 n 12 21 TUl ~ l A 23DY.....:... A, 6 6 11 6 27 On Tiuihnr1ay. the 1''h Mlnrih, na thrrinun, 1'rn. dA21c6 .POWE!.t, 91' 6dnughterl r SAIURDAY, MARIICI1 17, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 March 1860

SUBh CRtI3SS Tl0 tia pnt1$t wlh blar pai aaollhind fr Ithe last tao ta ra. art iaFt'rca'd that i1or papers will be ntapoeJ andit leSI alprnlepdinlC institutedrl, unlessu th 'atl e ntItcel ' remiaitted iattatactteiv. " Ada ,ticars, aad tlahrs aiailatrlyindtbtcd ta tta proprietoar tf thit jotrnal, will atlso Ie proceeded aoaa nta tithoat rtspcet to pt-rRo1tt tii'R1 AGENL'S ' SIi? rma ttd' t furnislh ratnittnatat tad state I atmeat tof aCOntaatt with ats littlt dll&y as porttatlo.

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. London, January 18, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

LATlER Fi EUROPEAN NEWS. S.- (From an occariotna Corresponldent.) .London, January r I8, 18(10. THu. inihbitant.s of Euiope hava been kept in a ata:to of constant excitement duriing tile post montil r'espeating the affairs'of Italy end the Popedom. Everything seemed to be snooth ing the wvay for. the congress, which was to decide the fate of Southern Europe, when a pamphli't, entitled " Le Pape ut Oongris," appeared simultaneously in Paris, London, nnd tie, cities of Italy, written in a terse, vigii'uis, nnhad logical' style, ahbonding in startlino-and yet ,ildeniable arguments. This production bore, moreover, the impress of an authority that could not but secure for it ninivtiiill and exclusive attention. Ostensibly the composition' of M. De Ia ,Guerroninre, thero could be no doubt that its inspiration was derived from the l~ren'ch Emperor him self. It proposes, to sum it lupI in a few, words,.to allow the revultitonized states of Italy to manage their own affahirs as they pltease,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

-Wanted , B Y a Church of England family, a TUTOR, to instruct two boys, aged six and eight years. Liberal wages will be given, with board and lodging. Reference will be required. Apply to THOMAS WILKINSON, 5158 Tumut. Wanted . WET NURSE. Apply at the AUSTRALIAN * . STORE. l150 The English Newspapers, Latest Dates,. TUST TECEIVXD by the MAIL, and now on S' sale:. S ?ithe' Herald Book Mart. Notice. 1tARTIES'having open accounts with the under I signed up to the end of last December, are respectfully requested to settle the same at earliest ednvenience. - E. BUTLER, Market-square, 5129 Goulburn. N Notice. LL person indebted 't' the late firrm of JAS. ?' :AND A. FR'ASEI are reqtested 'to pay in their respective accounts, without delay, to the under signed, he being solo proprictor. .. . 5162:'-' :. , ALEX. FRASER. Notice: mEIIH 'PARTNERStIt hither'tb exsting between ' JAS., ýAND "A.:FRASER, of Gundardo, an General Storokeepers, has this day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. .Dated this...

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FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

FASHIONS. FOR JANUARY. (From Le Follet) MATERIALS for evening dress or full toilet are very magnificent this winter-rich silks, velvets, plush, and taffetas of a particular make. The silks for visiting dress are of two kinds-plain or with bro caded bouquets and velvet. The taffotas Imperatrieo, reps, Pekin volvet, taffetas with velvet flowers, anew satin, with an exceedingly bright surface, and those beautiful fabrics, mwith gold or silver intermixed; .which are so peculiarly adapted for ball dress, are all made with several bouillonees skirts, sometimes ornamented with flowers or boms of ribbon. The bodies, which are, of course, low, have several ruches, or are trimmed with lace. The sleeves are shabort, and very small, and have bouillons of tulle; or the shoeve of tulle, with ruches round it. Many woollen dresses merit the preference they obtain. They have small black stripes upon grenat, bmwn drab, French blue ground, or with Pompadour fl'wers or small biais checks. The material ...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

MOIRUYA. (From our own Correspodentl.) TuE LATe FeLOOD.-The results of this severe visitation have proved exceedingly disastrous along the water shed of the Lower Moruyn. It would be difficult indeed to exaggerate the difficulties in which numerous settlers, lately well to do, and in some instances even rich, find themselves so suddenly in volved. What with the late general blight, and the still later and more destructive flood, most of our tenant farmers have been left wholly without means to pay their rents withal. A meeting of this class was held at the township of Moruyn on Friday last, to memorialize their respective landlords for a re duction of tent. The requisition issued for the purpose did not meet with the sympathy which its promoters anticipated, as the attendance turned out a very meagre and paltry affair. A very general feeling prevails against adopting such seemingly coercive measures, as the landlords are themselves severe sufferers in their own property, and, as a c...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

COllMMER CIAL. LUnlesr otherwise expressed, the prices quoted In this artiles are those In transaetion between tile producer and thee frat pur cparer; nof'au between one dealer and another, much letss tie' Sretail prleeor.-: 11 ouAss.-Whet, pr husoetl, Os.On . to 10s. ad.; fo toour,poe ton, £o; eond, die, £0; bran, per buhAlel, Is. od. ; mlad Os.; ont . sv to ae.; ha ,o per ton, er to £7 lie.; barley, I4. to 5e.; fresh butter, Is. id.; salt ditto, Is. per lb.. cheeose, rrwanted; bacon, wanorted; eggs, per dozen, Is. ad. to Is.. d.; potatoes, per owl, os. to tes.; dried tilder, each, Oa. td 7s. Odi.; green ditto, Os. to 10s.; bread, tper Ot. loal,'0d.; beef, per ib.. 3d. to 4d.; mutton, 5d.; veal, 3d.; pork, rd..to Gd,; fat cattle, £0 to £0 t1e.; aut shtone, toe. to 18t? rolnatwooo.--ine flour, per ton f£0 to £dri wheat, per. haulel, 1tO.; brar, o 0. 1d.; oats, 8s. to 8S. Gd.; oniter, 7. OGd to as: Gd.; bay, £15 ;' potatoes, ste. per tot.; fresh ?uotter, per it., Or. 3d. to t? . Od: ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

*CALENDAR, Iffl~y of Sn iw nn"et lon'" Dhyrofihth w.lc. I)opthy Apo WRNWY Men 91 6 7 0 7 27 THURSDAY ...........:. '_p7 6 8 6 6 9K TIIUISAYY............ .. 2 6 K . 2 PI2II)AY -200 9 , 0 2 22 ii

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REBECCA. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

REBECCA. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Mr. EDITon-The author of the letter signed Rebeeca is generally supposed to be Mr. Chaos Crack-'os--a gentleman so called, I believe, from his Writings reminding his readers (when he finds them) that Chano hoe come again, and because he evidently imagines hisself a crack 'oss at writing. . 'should think this true; for no one but Chaos Crack-'oss could-write such stupid stuff. Talk of marshalling his daughtersl Kershaw would soon marshal him to the lock-up. " I know I'd sooner pay threepence or sixpence and have good roads and good bridges, than I'd save it, and get bogged at Thorn's Water-hole. And so would Rebecca if she were a quiet sensible farmer, or farmer's'wife. But of course one who has led a lawless career in the old country, pulling down toll gates and defying the law, can hardly be expected to forget all her old tricks at once. " My son-(I won't mention his name, 'cos there's not another boy in the county got the same, so I s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

DIED, On tInh 14thhinstCait, at the lhnrnnnnge, Qoniwihoynn, Alslulnro, the inheitson of thin RIev. A. DL . fiSar, 5ged 5 molths. WVEDNESDAY, MARCHI 21, 1860.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

* COIRESP ONVDENGE. LW. are desirous that our colutns shoult be regaoded.as open to all parties, ood eo ore thereforo wllitog to give irtrtlon to all tttpt"rotely and Inttllttgbly tritten tettoor oo ootlject of public Inttrest, even though the opinions advotnced moo be diameOtrcally oppositt to our own.}

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

Wnianu:,.as in.New SolthllWales, constituen cies have unhappily frequently shown them selves either humentably ignorant, or strangely forgetfiil of their duties,: the obligations they owe to their country and to themselves cannot be too often pressedon their attention. . It may be laid'down as indispuitable that if constit~trinics~ietdi'li to parlipunent, men whoso lirinciplese are not such as are calculated to advance the interests of" the eoinitry, they cannot blamen either timhe 'government, their representatives, eor any.one save themselves if the. country, soir..Ifromn, advancing, rapidly retrogrades. Honced, the first: question tliat should be asked by un intelligent'and patriotic consti tuency, concerning a, cadidate should bse not what tre 'his abilities-not wihat is his social position-not .has hp: filled .high and honorable offices- bat - what ae lhis principles? If this question be antisfactorily anawered, the electors mayv.then fairly enoglh proceed o'driimke s'Och oi~th...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

TUENA. (From a Correspondent.) There is now some prospect of a national school being established, the board having appointed Mr. S. It. Pembrpoeie, of 3iathurst, to the situation of teacher. Mr. Pembrookve has been many years engaged in tuition, and having given much satisfac" tion to those parents whose children were placed under his care, his presence at Tuena will no doubt be very generally hailed with pleasure. Mr. Pembrooke arrived on the 15th instant with his family, asndthe school will be opened with as little delay as possible. A meeting of the residents at and in the vicinity of Tuena will be held at Bright's Inn, on Saturday, 24th March, 1860, at a p.m.. on business colnected with the school, when it is hoped a good attendance will take place.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860

American Agricultural Implements. ON band, and for Sale by the Subscribers, at greatly reduced prices: Reaping and Mowing Machines (Heath's and Many's patent); double and single Ilorse-powers with or without Threshers and Separators; Winnow ing Machines, various sizes ; Smut Machines; Grist Mills; Stump Extractors; Weighbridges, for 3 and 6 tons; Platform Scales ; Garden Engines ; Ploughs ; Hay eotttero; Seed-sowers; Corn-shellers ; Corn planters; Thermpmeter Churn; Ilaud and Horse Rakes; Long and T handle Steel Shovels; Axes; Axe and Pick Hlandles ; Dried Apples ; Beef; Stout Manila and Europe Rope; Chairs; Buckets; Tubs, &c., &c.. &c. ALSO, A Tcelve-horse power Steam Engine, with Saw Mill attached for vertical saws. Light driving 'Waggons Express, 4 and 14 pas senger Waggons. WILKINSON, BROTHERS, & CO., 667 ,Walker's Wharf Sydney. FIRE INSURANGE. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY, (ffice: Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney. Incorporated by Act of Coun...

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