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OFFICIAL SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

01 FICIAL SATAIEPV . r" ren .: t d th?aiansu d fercury) i'ew persons would expect "oflnd in in an Auditor-General, who must have long been imbued ivit :the official love for liigl?salaries, and holror of low onles, nnatural to a man?,.lio has filled several offices in succession, a coif lsncltiou generosity,that '.stands bt Imark edly in contrast with the graping exaction ot Chief Justice Stephen.. Cpiilin~k:M. aie 'sl shiary liss ?? ; relduced fromn d1000 to ;o000, i S 1IS60, at Ils ,own- suggestiou~, iThat fact the jlilbic le'nilta 'few d 5s 3 sice, ,vlen his department came before the Assembly, in the prigress eiitli the; d tini?stes: .And no? we have made piibllc, ifn?Fiida?'s ir eoodings, the exact terms of naptain Maypncs. suggestion, both sides of the hotibscoincurring .i adinirite hisi ' oidiit,t ind in desiring that itlsh'ould;e lilced lipei"ainently on recordl., . .; C.?Cptain.?Mayne' letters making the sugges tion were wriwtte itn August anti Novemlber liast;the first:ohl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

ttin t IasntUr'.-4'The ,flow into the 'M?rray this iweel has consitlobly: heighsenud- thb waters in that river: - 'It .wastnfully nix, foot': higher at Albury ycsterdaynumoiring than :the previous Friday. ' The water'had gained near to the top of the WVodongig bank, and a couple of feet more would have pht a portion of tho. flat under water. The flood is now on the turn, anid unless more rain increases, it will probably )so much less in a day or tWo. The present appearance of the clouds, however, indicates that we have not yet done with the rain.-' Border Post.' EATING A CAT.'ThCe' Tarrangower T'imes'. says that one :day. lst week, Mr. Drury of Nuggetty Beof, swith.somo friends,'-was engaged in picking mushrooms, when one of the'party discovered a fine plump frog, upon which MItiDrery'seized, and hav ing dismembered. the creature, swullow-ddd the hind qugrterswithliifinite zest. -Mr. Gallagher, also of Nuggetty, ,expressed his astonishment at MIr. Drury's.taste,. wben the-latter gen...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

' To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. '- Ml. EDITOR,- It amuses one at times to notice Ihow?,"'en, pursuing certain trades and professions, gtf intok ao peculiar way of expressing themselves. f'heir expressions, indeed, arc often so strange as to be utterly unintelligible to the uninitiated. I'do not intendn, however, to dilate on this, to which attentioilh bisoften been called by others. I wish more to speak of the peculiar manner in which ofime' professions'have thqught fit to spell words. Thusý we find the lawyers calling venders " ven dors," mortgagers, "mortgagors," &c., in defiance of common sense and 'of the dictionary. The verb, -to mortgage, ends in o, and the noun, •mortgager, isformed by* simply adding an r. With regard to vender, the case is perhaps less plain; but .thtrelis nothing to excop?tit from the'sualrule, anhd the practice of the best writers (out of the legal pro fession) is to use ahn e; while the word itself is de rived from the French vendcur, whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

Wanted, HIEPHERDS to take charge of a Station; k) PLOUGHMEN, and a Married Couple for Houdo Work.: Apply to Mr. BRADY, Verner-street. 5314 Wanted,. A SMART, active young MAN, one who well . understands storekeeping in all its branches and possesses a knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply by' letter to A. LEVY, Goulburn Stores, Queanboyan. Referennces required. . 5382 To Labourers. W A-TED, TEN GOODDLABOURING MEN, on the Tuena Road; 6s. per day.- Apply to R. FLECRKNE, or to J. MARSDEN. . 5410 To Carpenters. TENDERS will bo received?from parties willing to contraet for the removal of an old Slab Stable, and erecting : Two Cottages int Maraden-square. Apply to. . .. : Apply 1o r II. LORD. Goulburt Muy , :I. :: 5400 -, W-:S: 1EMIBROOAT IONt' .i'. The New Go 1F ds' Regulations" :.i'. Dog Forms re? d , 'Impounding AA L EA: ' . 'Master and r ats ditto Landlord and nats ditto' " lec.ovdry '.e' ents' ditto ] ubt i et' d tto S'ubliueIa A pat d tions CheliUe fBookn : "' \I(~i: Od~ N:otice of Removal...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

....nCr~L. " o /_zt z .,..::..',·'' .... 'i'. . .... : .?i , , : ,:: . ..? .,: .: .; LUnless olherwl?no xpotoed, the polcen quoted In 1.11R -potloo nro tlosomin tron M lbon htbnen ..tte produ?lr*tnd theIn tt put:o ehnaser; not as betoWee'n:ogo deolr and onother, muol .nea.tttm' retail price. . ' YAws.-Wt h ot peo hot an Cd toll, Ott tne pourper ton ;£1 t10o to' LB ; seconds; ditto, '£1 Oi brn; ier bushel, ls.'i to.; matzo, I. ; gatso._,O. to 0..; thay per ton,- £0'to £ 10s., barley, 4s. to .,; lren.h butter,. Is. d. ; salt ditto, tl.-. per i.;, choose, wanted. bacon, nanted; egg, per.dooen, Is. 3d.' to Is. 0d.; potatoe; .per not., 0s. to 7n.; dried hides, each, (o. to On7 Od.; "greco ditto, ts. tot IO.; bread,por 2ib. toaf, td.; beeft, per lb., d. to 4d. mutton d, d. t,.;pooi, 0d. to O0d.; at cattle, 0 0 to £ t10so.; fatot sheep, 100. to 1tn. AntLOtOo.-BUIt pork, per lb., retail, Is.; bacon, not quoted; colonial choese, l. ; PEngllh ditto, . Id. to .; flour, per 200 Ib., £3 lo.,; fr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

rHowrEVE vtrious may be.the opinions ontcr tained of the political chdimeter of Dr. Lang, there niust be a general fenlingof surpriso at the late jud-agment of Mr, Olntirman HIfioyd inhii cise. Cptiin Mactildald-a inaa'r'ho is described as a pelrfe'ct giarit in stature and striength-bid met Dr., Lang in theostieut, iseied liintby tb .collar, alnd beaten him with a cane or lisomewhip until the itleshi was cut. and brniselilk' that of a sqldie 'after flog g60g. 1Tid pirovocation flr .this. was a letter' whicli Dr. .Lan uiid ipublished inUi o **Empire',"'and vich, n rfl ctin 'upon certain immoral passages inthe cuirer of Captiin ,;M d tcildofn didT'd i5lit liseisleset wife escnpo without som e'share of thoe con sre. There -can be no hesitetion :.in con demning' a.rfrefaincetio.the latter, and it cnh scarely be suipposed that suoh an objection able fenaturoswoiyd havey;msinaid L;:in anyl l tetr opuoi:lid.'i hy pur se.ty uSe)tteiporaoiry, but for one of: thoso overniglhts whidlt 7ttil .n...

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MONARO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

MONA.AO. (From, our own Corrcvpondent.) THe discovery'of one payable gold-field at Kliandra has had the effect of causing a rigid search to be. made in many parts of the district, and in some in stances very successfully. A prospecting party lii the neighbourhood of Coomn have, I am told; bein amply rewarded for their trouble. Another, a few miles from Nimitybelle, already reports very favour ably, having I hear obtained from thirty to forty specks to the tin dish. A continuanco of such wsjll. eventually load to something better, and although a correspondent of the ' Chronicleo' attributes a wantof energy to the residents of the latter township, they do not appear to have been wanting in courage, when a few of them, and at their own expense, sent a party out in search of the auriferous metal, and their expectations may yet be realised. tho road via the Nimitybelle mountain will, doubt lose be much nearer vShen porfectcdi at preseont, however, there could boe 'o clearer road to Kiand...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

SYDNEY. The fIollowhlrg lttcr, from nor Sydney eorre pondost, should lltve roadedol ils on Frhiny In time for dotunldy's isaue; owt? to the flood, it did not tome to hand Utll 3ontay i Thursday, 4 p.m. IT is fortunate, perlihaps, that there is not much, to write about;, for I dcouldlnot' send yciterday, and this nay 'roach:you: a da y, ater the fair:. The best news in the political arena is tha tihe estimates arc making good Way. MAir. Parkes.,who is'one of the very tindet' of friends, last night proposed to postpone the gaouiLsti(ate until honorable mCnbihers had had en opportunity of. perusing' a certain treatise onl eocondary punishment, hiGllt' a.ppeisredr - to have mightily takot his 6oitd fahc)1yfas I t it were possible for a committtou ofoupply at the close of a session, to. go into a- question of this imagnitude,. However, the' estimates went on; annd to .imy; suprpoise. ven the fitids for: the, detective police soire. vot.d ,withoqt luestiod. ''" : A. last IMr Ghlelrc Kem l...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. F, BERRIMA. (From our own Correspondent.) FATAL ACCIDENT.-A fatal accident by drowning occurred here on M6nday,-by which a young man, named Henry. Lunsdown, lost his life. It seems that the deceased was returning from Camden races, in the company of Mr. James Throsby, in whosd employment he was as dairyman. On their arrival at the crossing-place, near where the bridge used'to be, Mr. Throsby told deceased to load the way, han " the latter accordingly plunged into the river, althoogh lie was cautioned by Daley, the mail-driver, and others, who were getting the mail-horses over at the time, not to do, so, lie had not got far in when the current, which, at the time, was running very rapidly, carried him down. :When about the ruins of the.ld b.ridge he lost hio soat, and struggledI about for some time.. At last lie managed to get hold of the horse's manq and the rein of the bridle. Heo was then carried further down the stream, calling out for assistance. There being no per...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

PARLiAMENTAR Y. WEUNEs AYnA -APRIL 26. In the Legislative Council it was announced that Mr. -Montefiore had resigned his seat. The Governor-General sent down. a reply tp the address or the Council on the subject of the appoint ment of the Cleric and other ollicers of the Council. The Executive Government retains the making of the appointments, but the President is in all cases to be consulted. The resoainder of.thl'biisiness wiisininteresting. The Ilouiso adjourned till;thaltuolovhi il? y. The Assembly" met'at twinty?fivoe i; inutes past three o'olbek. S. SNOWYrIIIVEit-CUSTOes' iD IEB. SiMr. SvatuecL askdd lioe Colonial Treastrer,---.' 1. Whether the Government have received anry com niunication fromn the Government of'Vietoria of tlceit: intentioin to: establish a gold?oshortfroni ?he Sniowy Iliver diggings, to. lolhoitre 'e? 2;.'Is it:the litten tion of thu . Governmtent to tako' any stojis for":"thl collection of.tlhe revenue of this:aclony oirdutiiible ,_oods crossing the border...

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DELEGATE AND BENDOCK DIGGINGS. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

DELEGATE AND BENDOCR DIGGINGS. To the Editor of the Goulburn IHerald. .:Si,--A letter having appeared in your issue of the 4th April, with the above superscription, we con sider it common justice to expose the exaggerated _ misrepiesentations therein contained. S.The writer begins his statement by eulogising the advantages 'of comfortable winter work, but forgets to add no remuneration for labour expended. He likewise expresses himself certain that a similar "irush" to Kiandra would produce like" results. Eow we can inform you that that opinion is confined to'himsolf, his employer, and 'one or two other store keepers, whose interest it is' to keep such reports on the.tapis, as part and parcel of their stock-in-trade. -Hitherto all the practical diggers who have seen this part, have" agreed in their opinion that this will never be a gold-lield. In fact, those diggers who have been.prospecting upwards of four years, have made .nothing more than a living. Mr. Dudley, in proof of his mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

LEA AND PERRINS' CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, PRONOUNC0 E0 EXTRACT OP A LEIITHR CONNOIU S' from a MII)ICAL, 'IINTLEMIAN at to be the Mlaras, to his brolher at ONLY GOOD o "~'0, T1 n. SAUCII 4. ", Tell Lea o Pln'rin and applicOble to ibghly estolled in 1 ' Indlia, and it, Inmy EVERY VARIBTY opinlon, tile oatpal table as weal no,: tl OF DISII. (ot whole=n1eSauce EXTENSIVE rRAUDS. EA anld PERRINS having discovered that seve 1.1 ral of the Foreign Markets have been supplied with SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of their " WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE," tho labels of which closely resemble those of the genu ine SAUCE, and in one or mlor instances with the names of L. & P. .onoEo; thoy have deemed it their duty to caution the public, and request pur chasers to seo that the names of LEA & PI'IRRINS are upon the Wrapper, Label, Stopper and Bottle. L. & P. farthcr give notice that they vill proceed against any one wha may infringe upon their right, either by manufacturing or vending s...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

KAeAt, Acsctinr.-A 'week seldom passes with out death writing amongst us in some fearful a4cident, a sad lesson uponl the uncertainty of human life. Ont Tuesday last, as the night shitt uuw woriong in Fallon's claim deseonded the shaft, for the purpose of commencing their labours, they discovered almost lifolessat the. bottom the hotly of one of the miners working during the day, speechless, and with a frac tured skull alone sufficient to cause death, for he ex pired almost immnediately they attempted to raise him to the surface; no further clue than surmise furnishes can be given as to how the sad accident oc curred. It appears that some three hours previously the unfortunate man descended the shaft for the pur pose of bringing up the tools, and us Ihe was working utpon a ledge, soime sixty feet fromt the bottom, it is supposed that either in alighting from the ladder, or attempting to returnts he must have missed his footing, attd doueath at once became the consequence of the erro...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

CORRESP OND EN CE. [we are aetlrous that our columns should he regared ea open to all parties, and we ore thcreforo williig to giro Itertlon to ..- `:. alltempieotely and intolliglily wlitten letters oo cohiectt ot public Itterest, even though the opinions advaoued mny be l dametrtoctty oppolito to our own.)

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GEOLOGY OF THE GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

LOCAL 1NTELLIGEANCŽ GOIOLOG 0, O- T1E: GOULBUIN DISTRCT. Oe Mooanu y loot, a 'oablytyto tho idl'erlired noride, ir~lst rs?'tyeletl i+ " rizerrsgqionc, took plaio at tho. Ctitibrrl'i rc i?e"Irh lostitute, althougr it:wds lita tiily in 'tlire foi oFa dscrciptive lecturie tlihoogqut. ,PiRg iaiieiti~ whit. so "kindly gave his servieoa on ifile oi?sl??,iis :6r . M V. Keene, the Governiient Elilllni:rie ' Coal-fields; and the subject of his lecture, whi;b waoidelivered extempore and without notes, was on the Geology of the Goulburn disirict.; Altogethlur'~y.ican safoly, and without exaggeratiob, describe thue ntertainment as affording a highly in oellectual and scientific treat, both from the nature of, the subject nod the professional character of the gentleman who delivered it. The attendance was tolerable, blint not snch as the importance of the sub-. ject demanded, especially when it is considered that a properhnoi\vledge of the natural mineral capabili ties of the district is ver) im...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

£Q CNII51·'ONDYS~V'NS. · .;.r·3 Cornrpnnnnntnto, to 000000 Inulodilon · Wlmb boltn~pi ·o ro qc~ookd to o brh0C!-r cry koqnhyI. t isoon-nllrdoom bo Vronrnt n, molnthll ilthtw pnnrem~tnioto ist onlyJ bobnori Ito It, InII UIl lonft 1. o j IOm wool'nl Otiti no tou

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

T*HE BEE-HIVE. :NOTICE OF REMOVAL. .' EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the & promises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to their new promises . ..Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla S, Ginger-Beer, and S" All kinds of Cordials. "JIDERS by post, 'or otherwise, immediately at-: ., tended to. . ..MANUAQGTORY, VERNER-STRET,. --^ G' eitly opppos.Ua Uatholic Chapel, 4291 . Goulburn. ".. ctC0 31 A.. , -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, 400oo EDWARD BINGHAM, . (SUESSOR TO GARLAND AND INGIIOAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, CITOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer k' of English and American agricultural imple .ments, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. ' Agent for T...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

CALSNDAt.. * Ihy of tho Wcok. Al ot 1VRl\P lA1'. ..: a '2 q33 2141 ! TIII JIRSDA ........... B 1 5 13S 12 FRlUlAY :..*:. :.'. 4- 244' 3 554 13 ;.. Lýý ·····L·····ý··· 11ýi, O(C O1. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

QM-,~XNi3IWAN." Ip /Tx(('ý123IN $'OlO) 'Iini hO'h n'npnointOd agent for SLU '1atoo Gritlbtriflotisid ' iH-iý4tiMBo o neaight hbourhood, noni iotnutltwrikod oo'sioCiiso sobsoribgra'. namos, udvorlisoenmn;,..nimdoordes for jbb priLting. 1 fMTMITY'lTLL MANP:It.-OO 'RTDAV'ID BElLT has-beon- appointed ngent ',"ý Sti t Ghe- Goiburn Hloritlt' in theo shove ,:noighbo'jrbood, unndiis. nuthorilod to nooivo sob 5 acrlbers' nae!s,- ndsvoriisemonts, sud orders for jobl priotiag.

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SELECT POETRY. WHAT MAKES A MAN? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

SELECT POETRY. WHAT MAKES A MAN? Not numerous years nor lengthened life, Nor pretty children, and a wife; Not pins, and canes and fancy rings,           Nor any such like trumpery things; Nor pipe cigar, nor bottled wine, Nor liberty with kings to dine;   Nor coat, nor boots nor yet a hat,   A dandy vest , or trim cravat;   Nor houses, land, or golden ore, Nor all the world's wealth laid in store;     Nor Mr., Rev., Sir, nor Squire, With titles that the memory tire,   Nor ancestry traced back to Will, Who went from Normandy to kill   Not Latin, Greek, nor Hebrew lore,     Nor thousand volumes rambeled o'er; Nor Judge's robe, nor Mayor's mace. Nor crowns than deck the royal race--- These all united never can   Avail to make a single man. A truthful soul, a Ioving mind, Full of attention of it...

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