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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

TO OOR11R8PONDE Th. ' o/ tettere, 064 Ce paspond nts, to ensure Incnrduon be quotcd to be brieL-VeC luaogtby"[ teed e n sclombe Lnsuted. ':. BooePtbtCfir Saxwt.T. is, n.. doubt, an. nediettube nmee feor F te; but it it lobe hoped bhcttht in +611 t be d iroet at the noet eeneet ottonelt. tteritttf ncn ltdo tet net cnee his onutstiturnt, can tee nO doubt rtht ltn ,trttttt that an one-ea-et Jtceb Wtcb-nwaatd be tletet in petejeeo5 to yeur peeen at metber. gszattt.-- We eacttt tnact cot ttatc I teeboo eeee~bIttO theeal~ y1ern mtenncrietl. liars IF e the nalihtgance teo ata t few pages, i appoeas to be xceeedingly wtll wtritte.l

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

.'";',',THBE EE-HE VE.' " :.NOTICE OF REMOVAL. SEMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the Spremises lately occupied by them in Auburn ardt ti their new premises SOpposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 )TN'NE R AND 00. " .:'.;' , :Soda Water ,...' Lemonade . rs,, Sarsparilla, S'-!:-',' Giiger-Beer, and A' "ki:: ll nds of CordiaIs. '' RDERS by pot,, or., othelw imm Iiy..at V., tended to. .... . ' . ' '•:-'MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STRERT, I Nearly opposite Catholio?hapel, 4291 ' ' - G- Gdulburn. S COO?IEA. ;. , BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants ofCnoma and ': the surrounding district that he has taken out in'AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell nry goods entrusted to his charge. ,: . Commission strictly moderate. 4coo i:EDWARD BINGHAM, (i;:.: (COBR TO OARLAND AND BINGHAM,) ; 115, York-street, Sydney, : TOCK, and STATION AGENT, :and Importer : of :English and American igricltural. imple ments, steam engines, cat...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

;`:.Da or the Week: DAYofBu r( e Bun eel. oon' 1 onthl. Age. SA 'TURDY ....AY.. M~ar. 24 8:: 0 1 BUNDY :8:..8........... .. V6 610 8 0 2 MONDAY . .26* 01 0 0. J rUESDAY Y........ ...... X47 021 52 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

OUR AGENTS RE reqiuested to furnish' rmittances and statOe A -deiats of ncobdnt with as little delay as possible. SUBSCRIBERS TO this paper, who have paid nothing for tho last L two years, are informed that their papers will bo stopped and legal proceedings instituted, unless the amounts duo ho remitted imnodiately. Advertisers, and othcrs r ioiilarly indebted to the prbpriotor of thin joornal, will alnso be proeededl na mst, wivthout respect tb persons.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

DIED, On Sunday, the 18th instant, at     Sydney, Mrs. HANNAH HOWE,       sister of Mr. Charles Thomas, of Goulburn, aged 28 years.   SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1860.

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BURROWA AND BINALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

BURROWA AND BINALONG. (From a Correspondent.) At the Burrowa police-office, the other day, a man of colour was committed by the bench for stab- bing his mate. It being a bad case, prisoner was orderd to be conducted to Goulburn, to be tried at the next assizes. The gold mania is all the rage here. Butchers, bakers, storekeepers; &c., are all off to the diggings. 'The new rush at the Tumut is the principal place where all seem to be making their way for the winter. The Buckingham Family have been amusing the people here this last week. Their talent seems to be appreciated more each time they perform. They have been engaged by Mr. Hurley, of the Royal Hotel, for the ensuing races, which are likely to be a first-rate affair. BINALONG. --- I contrived to reach here by the court-day, as I heard there were some cases worth   reporting. James Harris was placed at the bar for stealing   two bushels of oats from A. Patterson, Esq., J.P., and,' after somo len...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860

CULONIAL' EXT'RACTA . .FLATrrrnruo.-The Melbourne 'Punch,' in reply to a qinestion froin " Now Chum," "can I make money honestly in this colony ?" says :-e" i .sctiiunrrl null you will suc ce.d. You may 'na:lke money 'honestly, but the chances are. against you. 'ry roguery, try it boldl~ olni success is certain. If you have no capital,.summon impudence to your aid, and obtain.credit. With the proceeds of your sale,bhu' real property, and 'keep it dark.' Call your creditors together and offer them five shillings in the pound. They will nacc:pt your coolposition and you are a made man. You will be applauded for your smart ness, and envied for your success. If you have capital lend it out at usurious rates of interest to confederates, upon acceptances. Permit the borrowers to make use of you as a' mercantile reference, and certify to their credibility when appealed to by wholesale houses. Your confederates must not honour your bills when they fall due, and you can then seize upon the g...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

MISC' LAA NEO0US. Later news has been received at the Cape of Jnood Hope from Dr. Livingstone, up to the 30th July. lie had been very success ful in exploring. the Zembesi and the Shire. He found them navigable far into the interior, and that they traverged' districts very favour able for colonisation.' A new lake has been found greatly surpalsing the . N'gami. The following letter to Sir George Grey, written on the1st June, describes his discoveries: * . .I " River Shire, June 1. " My dear Sir George,-We have lately discovered a very fine lake by going, up this river in the steam launch ,one hundred miles, and then inarohing some fifty or more on foot. It is called Shirwa,. and Laike Ngami is a mere pond in comparison. .It is, moreover, pnarticularly. interestin fromn theo, fact reported by tie natives on its lores, that it is separa ted ty a strip of land of only five or six miles in width from Nyanja or Lake N'yinyesi-the itate-wvhich Buirton has gone to explore. We could hear no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE middle-aged FEMALE, to take charge of a nursery. Apply to M1RS. D. DAVIS. 5188 Old Commercial Store. Wanted. BY the middle of next month, a MAN and his WIFE, to do the entire workof a small family. The man must be a carefaul driver. Character indis. pesabloe. Apply to Mrs. HURIST, Goulburn. 5204 Wanted, BY a Church of England family, a TUTOR, to instruct two boys, aged six and eight years. ILiberal wages will be given, with beard and lodging. Reference will be required. Apply to THOMAIS WILKINSON, 5158 Tumut. To Wine Merchants, Brewers, and General Storekeepers. W ANTED by a middle-rged, respectable gentle man a situation as COMMIERCIAL TRA VELLER in the above line, having had twenty years' experience. Most satisfactory reference. Apply by letter to W. M. CO., Bridge Inn, Long Swamrp. Inrch 24th, 1860. 5199 Notice. PARTIES having open accounts with the under Isigned up to the end of last December, are espeetfuly requested to settle the same at earliest eonvcnan...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

COUNT1RY NEWV. QUEANBEYAN. (Fror or oownr Corspo?ld?lolt.) AWFULLY SUDoDEN DEATII,-An inquest was held on Sunday morning last, before A. Morton, Esq., (coroner), and ajury of twelve, on the body of John Noonan, who died suddenly at Byrne's Hotel, on Saturday, the 24th. Mr. IByrno was called, and stated that deeeased, in company with another man, his wife, and a young lad, came to his house about eleven o'clock on Saturday last; deceased had a glass of rum, the man a glass of rum and syrup, and the woman had some ginger-beer; when they came to Mr. Byrne's, both deceased and the man were under the influence of drink; after drinking the firsut glass, the woman was anxious to go away, but the man refused; the woman and boy went away with their team, and left the man and deceased at the bar; the next thing called for was a glass of rum for deceased, and rum and syrup for the man; the latter drank about half his glass, but deceased did not drink any of his; when decemsed drankl the first ...

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THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

TIIRD DAT, THIIURSDAY, MARCHII 22. FInSr 1ACEn-THE SQUAnTTERS' PURns of GO sovs. for all horses bred in the district of Maneroo, carry ing weight for age; one event, 2. miles; entrance, 6 sovs. SIr. C. Wright', b. g. Prlhno, oged-(Solomon) . 1 Ir. U. Wc elht'e Ir. g. ePntor, Ayeara ..................... .....dis. MIr. J. Stir weoo b. g. Konurd um .................................. r. Mentor was cantered for half a mile and then pulled up. SECOND RACB.U-THE PFUBLICANB' PURSE Of 40 soos., for all horses, carrying weight for age; one event, twice round; entrance 4 sovas. ~Ir. J.:irwo'si blk. g. Crb, aged (Charley) ................ 1 Mr.J. Khwan'ob.g.Jlm Crov,oae.,d ........................ 2 er. . Wrights hr. g. 3ontor, 4 years .......................... dr. TumRD RACE.-THE CoSOLATIoN STAKES of 20 sovs., for all horses beaten during the meeting; to be handicapped by the stewards, or whom they may appointo one event, 1. mile. tr. J. tlrwsn's lb. . Jim Creow, ag ot.O lbs. (Charley) S Mr....

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

COM?IIE? CIAL. LUnao otLhernso expreb-ed, tho prlceos qooed In this rt.el nro thse in transactionse betenen tile producer and the rt pur chaser; noth n beroten one doaler nd another, mtuch es tIe retail pries.1 YosS,--llmto, per bosoloel, Ge.lld. to 10e. Old.; fnoe Gour, per ton, d; scondto, ditto, e3; bran, per buapsel, is. od.rmd ai, Ga.; oats, ts. to ro.; hop, per ton, £0 to .7 lIr.; tbarloe,, . to s.; Orelseh butter, Is. ld.; salt ditto, to. per lb.;. cheese, wonted; bacon, roanted; tlso, per dottn, is. 3d. to It. Gd.; potatote? Per cOt., 9s. to teo.; dried hide,, tetlh, ie. to 7s. old.; gen ditto, es. to t0o.; bread, per 1b. looo , p dc.; beef, per lb.. fd. to 4d.; n rutton. Gd.; veaol, 0d.;poro, Gd. to ld.; ot cattle, 0 to £0 tOs.; fat wbetp, Os. to 18s. RaIonOaon.--Plnh Gour, per ton £30 to L8; wohet, pert bushel, t1s.; bhen, Ge. 3id.; oats, Go. to Gs. Gd.; mtioe, 7s. Gd, to 8st. d.; hayo, 15; potatoes, tI. per cto.; tresh butter, Pere lb., is. ld. to ts. d: erlt ditto, It. ....

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EDEN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

EDEN DISTRICT COURT. (From our Panbula Correspondose) LAncsu-r..-James Collins, charged with stealing ducks, the property of Peter O'Neil, of Panbula, was acquitted and discharged. BTErALINeG FRO, TILE PEnsoN.-Jalcky Wayman, an aboriginal, was indictetd for stealing a purse and money, the property of one Michael Gillespie, at Bego, and was found guilty, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment. Hons-SToALIN.co.-Georgo HIalt was charged with stealing an entire horse, the property of Isaae Polaci. Ilr. Isose Pollack nod his brother William heard that an entire horse, their property, waso stolen; they had not, however, examined thile run, but had sent a servant, who said he could not see the horse. IIis Honor remarked that the horse might or might not hlvo been stolen. Thero was no evidence to shoew which, as Pollack's servant had not been brought forward in evidence. Tie prisoner, however, was found guilty, and snentenced to five years on the roads. VIOLENT ASAULT'r.-John Smith, bcha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

1)IED, :Oil Saiturday' morning, ofrdiplitheria. A , the aldest d.? dtghter of Mr. JAMEls MArKs, of Markdule, Itildo, agetd two years and aine months. 4) atiittiltal

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KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. We hear that the population continues to increase. When, however, we recollect that a month ago, the numberswrerorportedtobe fourthousandfirstandnow to be three thousand, and when we find, so far as the portion of road that cornmes under our own observa tion is concerned the numbers returning fully equal those who are going, it is difficult to believe this. But no two accounts appear to agree. The factap pears to be that the warnings held out by the res pectable portion of the press, have not been altogether without effect. The posts intended to serve as a guide in case of snow storms are in course of erection from Russell's station to Kiindra; and the government appear dletermined to leave nothling undone to provide against the probability of loss of life. Preparations are being made for the completion of a line of telegraph; but it is considered that the sanction of parliament must be obtained before the work shall be contracted for. We perceive that twolices ...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

S-'WEIDNESDAY, MARCH 28, G1800. Wi quite agree with Mr. Robcrtson, that the question of s'tate-aid, although very im portant as a principle, ought not to interfere with the introduction of those miainsures more pressingly necessary to the conutry. The land question: has now been.tampered and playedivithl long enough. Leases are falling in, and the great matter fori- consideration is, whether they are to be renewed, and for what peiiod; whether free selection is to be allowed on unsurveyed lands or on squatting rins; 'whether fireeholds are to be pur chasable by auction, and if so, at what mini mum upset price; and whether any provision is to be made for thile prevention of monopoly in the purclhasig of land by capitalists. Upon the eatisfactory solution of these questions de pends the fiuture prosperity of tiho country. Witbout depressing the pastoral ;nterestz , but merely by restricting pastoral operations, under licensed occupation, to their proper -limits, a vast quantity of spl...

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SYDNEY. Saturday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

S YDNEY. -4 LFtoM OUR OWN CORRIESPONIDEiT. Saturday, 4 p. m. POLITIOCtAm ' I am all bohind hand, odwing to bad roads,n and sundry personal mishaps; but certainly there is not much to report, the current of events moving but luggishly along. Tile whole of the mlinisterial elections having passed off withiout opposition, we are ready again for the Macquarie-street exhibitions, and next Tuesday week the curtain is to rise once more. What if the Speaker, thbrowing off his dreadful wecight of dignity, were to thriow a summoer sault in through the doorway, and, alighting on his feet, shout to the grinning auditory , Helre we are againl" The feat would bhe received with tremendous epplanuse. Somet exception is taken of Mr. Robertson's Scone speech. II is said t, have boasted too much of his friendly relations with Mr. Kemp and Mr. Deniehy, tiho former of whom, he said," would rallther put his hand in the fire than oppose him." This, howuve', is a ver cormon figure of speech with Mr. ltober...

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SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

SECOND DAY, WEDNOCSDAY, IARCI 21. FInsT I~Ac?.--THE StEMnER'S CUP, presented by Alexander HanmIlton, Esq., M.L.A., for all Monaro bred horses, carrying weight for ago; one event, three miles. The winner of the Town Plate to carry 7 Ibs. extra, at the discretion of tihe stewards; entrance, 3 sovh. itr. C. r?ihtos br. g. t'entor,4 yese, 8 st. 1bs.:(olomes) 1 "Ir. . Wrleght's h. g. lelh , eg 10 it. 2I . ............... ir. O. W rlght's b, g. Kau ri i um .................................... dr. After the race MIr. Gonning, on behalf of Mr. Hamilton, presented the cup to Mr. Wright. Three cheers were given for MIr. -Hamilton, and the cup was filled with champagne ove oand over again, and handed to almost every one on the course. SECOND RAOE..-TIE CCoos0A JOCKItY CLUBn PURSE of 50 soes., for all horses; two year olds to carry 5 st. 12 Ibs.; three year olds, 7 st. 2 Ibs.; four year olds, 9 st. 2 Ibs.; five year olds, 10 st.; six year olds and aged, 10 st. 4 Ibs.; mares and geldings allowed...

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THE COOMA MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

TnE CooDA MA5 II on.nRv.--W e hnave been furnishod with the nuoexed statement of the contents of the stolen mail bags, so fhor as tboy are known:-Thk mail which left Coomr on the 18th instant, had five bags stolen, consisting of four bags from Cooma, and one from Bombala. The Cooma mail bags for Sydney, Queanbeyan, &o., contained twenty-one registered letters, viz., ill the Qeuanboyan bag, three from Nimitybell, and six from Cooma; in the Sydney bag, two from Nimity bell, and ten from Cooma. The following is the address of the letters registered at Cnooman:-Colo nitl Treasurer, Sydney, from Daniel Tuey, of the Numerella. Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, from MIr. tarkelr, Big iaodger. MaIr. Jones, Petershnoam, from Mr. Parker, Big Badger. Colonial Treasutrr, Sydney, from Joln Smith, Big Badger. William Rix, Alshby, Bungendore, from Mr. Peters, Bungar rabbeo. Dr. Moore, Goulburn, from J. Smith, Big DoBadger. Dessally and Bidllantine Sale, from J. Wooldhouso, P'opong. Mrs. ChOppell...

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COOMA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

COOMA ANNUAL PACES. (Fron our own Correspondentm.) THnsnE rces came off on Tuesday, March 20th, and the two following days. It is usually my lot to re port some good contests; but this year the races av been a complete failure. Mr. C. Wright's string of four horses, consisting of Pelham, Crock ford, enr.tor, and Frolic, were the only racers in town; and, although Mr. Wright galloped his horses instead of walking the course, as he might have done, there was no interest, as they both belonged to the one owner. The course presented a miserable ppearance; there was no stand ready or anything else;t and as for booths, they eero the name and that's all. Mr. P. J. J. Clifford and Mr. C. Wright were the only stewards who acted at all. Mlr. Montaguo acted asjudge, and MIr. WVard as secretary. I will now give the races in order, premising it with the old remark, "thio least said the soonest mended." TInar DMY, TUESDAY, MAnCt 20. PnIRT RAcn.?Te -T AIDoN PLATE of (0 sove., for all horses that n...

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