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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

LOCA 2~? NT!'?ILIGE?NCE.. TIrE FLOOD'S: 'h '/ Tnu following is fromthTlie 'Freeman's Journal' .f Tli'e wv?aher:ofiV ni?las tb hd?oe blaoleared~'i Tho nights alid' f'it'iityith days d:'cold. ::: A great deal of fencing has been ca"b~ied away, and generally a good deal of1d amage has been done throughout the district, butdtisie;eare no cases of extreme distress as on the occasion of the former flood. " : - ' '"" :. ' " . :'The roiad b'~ etween doalbourn and Ilerrisnabso niow beooso in' a psodble cbnditione. L?"idkly, iii a great many places, the soft clay mid Sbilt iht th? con. tractors have heiaped ti.p in the roadway, under the delfisivo'enotion that they wered repairing ir has beon washed away, and to pold track left bare; so that somes progress can he made by.travellers. It. seems stlraog tllat there should be oecassioa.to rejoice atithe dstruction of ~ivrl which hIs coast soine troubld anid muoli.expense. But so it'is; and so it will cbntineb uhtil a better systenm of road repair...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

LATER EUROPEAN NFEW S. * ., ARRIVAL.OF:THE t MALTA.': TIn followiri exfrhbordixiary i~~e :'of. this paper was published on'Satuirddiay The mail steamer,' Malta,' arrivedin Nepean 3Bay last night, with English news to the 26th Mlarch. Theld Italian iquestion is pat tly settled. "The votes of an immense majority of the Dluchies, and the" Ring'na, have declared in fivour of annexation to Sardinia, and the King of that country had accepted the trust. The Pope intended to excommunicate the King of Sardinia immediately on the putb ]ication of tihe decree of annexation. The Sardinian army was to be increased to two hundred thousand men. The French troops were leaving Lom hardy. Austria was arming, bat only for the pIrotection of Venetia. The Emperor Napoleon has announced to the Chanmbers his intention of annexing the French side of the Alps, Savoy, antl Nice, as promised by Sardinia in the settlement of Italian affalirs. The English andti French governments have remonstrated with the king...

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SELECT POETRY. GO AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

*,. .:: $EtE~...C 7'1..OETRY.~~ GO AlEAD." S rrom an Amerliean jopc) When yourplans or life are clar, . Go aheaod But.no Faster than your brains; Haste is always in the roear; . ." f,. If.: Damd.'Prideled' has theoreins Go ahead. Ncv dubt a ri htdesa enue • ?,Do n,)t ask who'll go With~yb o "i , o . :. . Go ahead . ': " :,:' r h'roumber' fspurn the incward s pa.. : !·~ Coonetelo aiapogalif Rlt your tuao .· Go ahead. ...... . .... . + ,? ,?, G . o;ihc?dai : - . . . - ' • '??:?Seale thim "iltainlyyi n, , "? D Whanot askre nhotail o to a mi ? ' •Go ahead. Go ahead. Tet no hardshlps baile you; + " .,: SThough tbleor hyou ven rotr an flash, S+Still'iindau'nted, fi'rm, and tr~ue, ." . Go ahoad. ' IIced not Mlamn'on's golden bell;' ?'' Go ahead. :· . M a k e n o sew in ohc om p r i . wit h < n • S- Tell the ar~rpelnt heto loo well, ' But you cannot le intr round you dn ., Go ahead. " letter dhys ar drawing nigh; .: Tlofl lo oiosrn fandsh, i; '' Silliinn~lo, Frmandtree, Go ahead....

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

To tie Edieor (ofhe GOullurn Herald. Snm,-Your correspondent, Scotsman, is mnoh to blame for dipping his hand in the tar buckhot. The' letter of Caustic has produced a feeling of dis gust among all classes. There is language and ideas in that letter that would dishonour an assem blage at a dog fight, and the effect is. that a great number of reputable persons have ordered the scavenger to remove the 'Chronicle' from ihe'pro mises. If a msun hbad control over the circumstunces or place of his birth, there might be some sense made out of Caustic's balderdash, but as we have not that control, the fanatic who spits the venom from his foul black heart, at any section of the commu nity, is an enemy to the commonwealth. Your glias moy be pisrplo, ulsd mlnse any be bluer, But wviilt they orw Oilled frons tim soouo brigiht belt, Tile fool who would quorrel foi dicfferen? dshuo, .Deerres not tho oomfort'they shed ou the souL I am, Sir, Your most obudient servant,. A CITIZEN OF THE WORLD.

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.! i i SSin,--Your correspondent, J. H. II,'las uttdmpted to impose upon the public. It will hardly be be lieved, by your numerous readers, that there is not a word of truth in the old lady!' p)reoious, effusion. Theofirst by-law says "that religious and political subjects be precluded from discussion in the Insti tute, and that no theological work be admitted to the library or reading-room." . In the faco of this rule, and knowing that no such books as tllos mell tioned by J. t, II. have been ordered for the Yass Mechanics' Institute-I repeat, in the face of these facts, your correspondent has dared to pen a deli berate falsehood. Comment is unnecessary; and although you have suppressed wlat was personally offensive, the evil intention of your correspondent is well understood. This community has been happily free from religious or national animosity; and the disgraceful attempt recently made to break these social bonds have only produoud afooli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

To Labourers. W ANTED, TEN GOOD LABOURING MEN, an the Tuena Road; 6s. per day. Apply to, R. FLECKNOE,or to J. MARSDEN. 5410 S : o Carpenters. 'fENDERS Will bo received from parties willing to 1 contract f6r th removal of an old Slab Stable, and' erecting Two Cottages in Marsden-sqtare. Applr to .. Mr. H LORD. ... Goulburn, May 1Ist, ..... , . 409 Goulburn Fire Brigade Aid, Society.;,i. A MEETING will bo,.held .at.th .Commorcial Hotel, on'Thursday, thy 1'oth instant, at 8 p.m., for the transaction of iiporitont business. Members of Committee, and Housemioldera,:aro p-r ticularly requested to attend, . . . , . . , .;i THOMA PARR," 543G .- . , on.See ..::: .7,To . be -Let,:' ., ;, : irHlAT PDWELLINGi- HOUSE, and i "LARGE, 1. W.OltKASIOP in .Montagua-strot'(opposito ??t !B. Tnylor's),, and ( ,present occupisd by fiur,'A. 'Smith:. '`Apply . .Mr.' ..Cllll , Undertlo , bloaae-atreet. ; .ii ;!'- 04450 '; * i':i -;,': LARGE'STO1UEadjbiniu'g:the -Royal Hotel, i.' i.in'onoe oftha .msLa llirish...

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COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transaction between the producer and the first purchaser ; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

COAIAIER CIA L. LUn tlerOise expressed, th prioc qotd th?ts nr!tito ore Splord In tt o lnctln berten tle prdoer And thei trkt pur d pber; 0no0s between one denoier nd aother moseh oef the retail prtceal * fi~lttelotrd.-Ptete tiotr, per too £34 to .035 ieteot, ~e buhiel, Os. to O. O?l;d. bron, to.; oats, 7e.ttoo8s; maie, it. It;. tIts.Odi.; ty, ;l to -e0; pothtoes, w 8 to bP per ton; freh birttor pot" It.,'ls. 4d." to 1.. tt. :'onltdittal, is. 3d. to O.I"0d; i tch eb, 8i.tn t.o t ;b alon o l s. to o. ld t... . YAss.--yWhet, per butlltr , oo . o d. eo 0. fdieefloor, per to l31 o. to L3t conde, dltio, 3r bri.,ph r rshetl p i.d. maet 0.; otats, s t e. to.; oilly, per ton, .tolta ,?.e1. bartey l4s. to's.; trect butter, Is. .t; soalt lttlo, lo. per b. eheier .tonted; bwcon, eltded; exr ':re er'dooen, -l.:3d. to eIs. ol. poe per w, ti t o i.; drtrddlbbdts, erct,,i.e. to it; id.;l reen dttto, ie. to tie.; t bread, per 2b. toof, d.; beef, per tb., -d. to 4d.; mutton, tl.t; veal, 0d. torb, d....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

TO BUILDERS AND OTHIERS. Watch-house, Tumut. ATTENTION is invited to a notice in the ' Government Gazette,' calling for tenders for ERECTING a WATOClH-HIOUSE at TUMUT. Tenlers, to be endorsed " Tenders for Watch house, Tumut," will be received at the office of Public Works, Sydney, up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 28th May. Plan, specification, and form of tender con be seen, and further particulars obtained at the Colonial Architect's office, Sydney; or at the police-office, Tumut. 5403 JOB PRINTING CHEAP, SUPERIOR, AND EXPEDITIOUS, AT TIIE HERALD GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. W. R. RILEY, R ETURINS his sincere thanks to the Inhabitants of the Southern Districts for the very liberal patronage they have hitherto extended to the above Establishment; and, soliciting a continuance of their favours, tlakes the opportunity of informing them thalt he has just received, direct from one of the leading English manufacetories, a considerable addi tion of NEW TI'E AND OTItKR...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

IT would be pleasingg if .we could echo thl cuckoo: cly of admiration that h?isgreooted the rlport bf the select conmmittee on the .??tie of tifkvorkinig chtcsi ?.ia lit woHbid a?ildpipl'thlt thle greater nunmber of. public wvritera,.ap palled by the masn .f reading belfro them, haveetie e coniteat to take the prelimmninaer piilfe v: df" soi?e oOf:to :heitlthors' r granted, s;id' ieliieve thl a the coinmitteed had rieall? donrie somnethling, ouderfid , For 01.1purt we, !ook in vain through the report, to fil?d.oven.tlhere a juitification tfor that extraordinary activity of the' bump of wonder which lihs followed the pdiblicatioii. When'this coiniiittfose"as called for, there waits a strong suspicion lthat the.whole affair was a political job. The worthy mover and chairnman was not at that inomenntin the bhest jissible odoiir with tlioseo who behad thith in the Cowper ministry; and it was, not unnaturally, thought tliat an inquiry iinto'the complaints of "' the Working classes " migh...

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FRIDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

FRIDAY, MAY 4. The Asoembly met at half-past three o'aclotk. JUDOE CARY. - Plipors were laid oen the tal!e by. ministers, and ordered to be printed. Among these, a letter .from Mr. Justice Cnry, which was read by the clerk, ox plaining that the number of causes tried in hi4 court in which briefs were held, was 422, and of these his son oly held 71. Both ih this ncolony and.in the mother country barristers p?rnctised in courts?n?hbro their fathers presided ns judges .... . " .I CANDER 00IDG0 AND n ORGO. J 1n answer to Mr. WILD, ' ldr. AhNOLD said the Government had cotine to tie conclusion that to spend £.000 on a bridgo over the Bargo river would be a very. unadvised step, for whenever the brislges at Camden and: Monangl e are passable, the ford at Bargo iS also' pass able. Yet, as this sum had been voted, for that purpose, the Government thought the 'persohs in terested in this expenliture ought nt to he deprived of the advantages of it, and the Goveirnment wished to obtain the as....

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. FORESTS AND FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

OOLONIAL EXTRAC CS. FO1RESTS AND FLOODS. (From Ithe Pastoral Times.) The frequency with which floods occcr in the basins of some of the principal rivers ih this colohy, the destruction of life and a'roperty which they occasion, and the im Ipressionl which is. gaining groid, l that these inundations' visit the districts they devastato much ofteneri of late yohrs than formierly, ought to jhistify the government and the people in instituting inquiries for' the parpOse of ,iscertainimn?" .hether such calamities do not owe their origin to circumstances within our control, and whether they are not capable of prevention by the employment of agencies within our reach. It was tile custom, in old times, to refer all such evils, in common with "plingue, pestilence, and famine," to Provi dence, but a more accurate acquaintance with the laws by which infinite wisdom governs the universe, has taught mankind that a large proportion of the calamities they endureo are the result of human ignorance, ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

. SYDVEY. I(ROM OUR OWN CIOInRiEPONDENT.] |The folownpg.lett.e ,:,te. %itnded tor;linsaoritlol|n oit lastt but owlug to Ldhi lrrival f thll laulls, did not reach us till i d y.' :! L , , S i ' . Wednesday, 4 pn. Tu~i siooth passage f.t ligi esiiates' ii?s'aldenly been interrupted by.a motion brought forivaid by Mr. lyoqis.: Moat of.yoi r,riadors will remembeir that, On. the dccu?ioi o1 tllto .irst Custqin:l-Iouso in vdrotitgitlo'hin the daajs of Colonel Gibbes, Messrs. Llewellyu and Maddox, two of the eleki'k ii' that df Sptarinen'itlhogli not l hown i hbe ait ?ll ilmplicated in iti tfra'udi thut were brought to light, habd'thieir liharucter fore leci'itcy sd inuch dbtiiiged tbat'it'be value uecessary foriUtbsecExe(*tive to mark their asune i that' fait. In pursu'itiie of this necessity, inistead: of. dismnissiug: or..suaspeidige, tIhomi,,th Go :.-.veriimeit. slightly.: reduced tlheir:' salaries:. "Mr. "L.yoiinelat nightlioredv:f?p tina-Rciss to the Gover nor for tiu austi of .lu.io...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give insertion to all temperately and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] THE PROPOSED CATHEDRAL. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

SUCORIRESPONcDENCB. Wo hree Etdtrou0 that our column sheould bo rogarded a. opento Mt. EbI trslIa ld a tlhnreoar wltlig to io irertion oto pro temperatly and Intellgilt y orin ette rshi on abJuthr ofe public Intirsat, oeme though tIto opildOnc adoanced ama to diametrtiilly oppostto to our o0n.] : TIlE _1tO'OSE) CATIIEDRAL. " . . b'o the Editor of the Gooltbaro Herald. Mn.' EDIT'oIL--I mn glad to sec .tbe drdeetin'on f a proper and handstome ,ditlee or the worohip of God, energetically taken up by thbo mtembers of .tlb. Church of England in this district; and have great ploeasure in endorsing theo remoarks made by "A Churclltman" in a rucent nomber of your journal. I beg, however, to dilttbr from him in hIis praiseo of the site determined on. It will be altogether remoteo: 'from view, and one of the worst that could be seleoted. There is no site so good as that on which ;te present builditg stands. It is tho.best in the, toown. But tie latter is opposed because it is said the old chu...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

UNITED STATES. The interior of the States was in a com plete condition of anarchy, owing to the dif ferences of opinion on the slave question. The city of Barbadoes has been almost totally destroyed by fire. The accounts from British Columbia con tinuo satisfactory.

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

WEODNh5DA M- r 2 The Legis~.iaiv Councl l oo 'at :,.1 a?opt ,four o'cloo o si sUk.DeT. .,", The Cor.oliio S?ioisnrEio, repljyilig tn Mr. Isues, said it wiSh n?'ithu 'iontntion of the Guiovrnom t to introduce diad: i? nsuo for the appointment ct. a fourth judge dorioig thu "preeco t s'ession, hot thfat use :n--l?- s'A.-Aoe~n tl...ved, br. leave to bring in a bill for the appointment of a fourthjudge .Thenhonorable memnber said, tht ho intended, in committee, to propose an additional clause similar to that introduced into the ueasure proiding for the vieoe-hancollorshipu in.England, so shat, the arrears got rid of, the business placed isr proper state, it might not be compulsory on the Government to con tinue the appointment of a fourth judge H ditd not inmagleo tlhat it would be atlempled to deny thei'eces sity of this mieasre; but if it woro, he should be prepared with evideng6 to prove that necessity to the satisfaction of the Ho"uso;. Leaveowas given'.": . .: . :, . The rest of th...

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THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

THE FLOODS. (From the Rmpire.) TnE following extract from a private letter received by MIr. Wim. Tye, of Newtown, from his father-inj law, MIr. James Huxley, of Richmond Bottoms, eili show the disfressing position to which many of :the settlers in thit locanlity have beeni reduiced by~-the late floods. .. , . "I have bad news for you. Wee hav hda .:very high flood up here. It has ruined some scores of famnilies; they have not only lost all their crops, but thely have in many cases lost their horses and cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry. Mnr. Stubbs has lost nine head of cattle; Mr. Connwell has lost five head of horses; a mao named Butler had onily three horses, and they are all drowned. .These are .onlya few of themany that came under.my notice; and I must now tell you of my own loss.'..e . have lost, a thlousand bushels of corn, two stacks of hay, about three tons "of potatoes, all our pumpknin, and ten noresof 'wheeit; arid. James has lost' about' three 'acres of Wheat.' You'spokl...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

COMMEIICIAL. Our money market, after temporary ease, hlas become ecceedingly tight. Discount 4 to 4Q. Funds depressed. Highest point of Consols dluring thIe month 05., to-day 04,. Bullion movements have been restricted. Total imports, £.1,250,701; exports, £1,673,189. About £800,000 of Australian gold still at sea, one-third of which is overdue. The banking committee entrusted with negotiation of the Victorian loan have met to make arrangements for that purpose. Latest prices for Colenial Government Stocks: Victorian, 113. ; Yew South Wales, 90 to 99. ; South Australian,l10; Melbourne Corporation, 105; Geelong ditto, 104; New South Wales Bank, 53; Australasian, 741; Union, 45 Messrs. nInllens, Marshall, and Daniel have invited tenders for £26000, 7 pjer: cent. debentures of St. Kilda and Brighton Rail way, in thie colony of Victoria, terminable in July, 1869. Ilank of England dividend, 4.f per cent.; dividend Bank of Australasin, '15 per cent. India, Australasia, and Clina, on the 2...

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THURSDAY—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

TIUISDAY--MAY 3. The business in tile Legislativo Council was un important. The Assembly met at thie usual hour, and trans acted somo business of little interest. The Htoso went into Committee of Supply. Mr. Wmneacs moved a vote of credit of £02,000 to mooeet the public expenditure for the month of May. In asking tile vote of credit, it was intended to invite the other House to concur in it. A lengthened discussion ensued, in which it swas urgetd that the voto was not necessary, as the esti mates for the year were nearly now all voted; and, secondly, that, as the appropriation of tihe .publi revenue belonged exclusively to the Assembly, it was not desirable to give any implied sanction to the concurrence of the other House in the matter. The resolution was carried by 25 to 9. Some considerable progress was made in passing the estimates. In the course of debate on the salaries of the District. Court Judges, the remarks made by Mr. Itolroyd, in passing sentence on Captain Macdonnald, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

iy)!WrpflndrntV, to OOCuO-eeeePllee t their letter, aNd re CoeeerpeotClr tOOre .rreltrincI thot :O@ ~o~-~L tOIru Ilntr) tiot ore ritelttgbl ereOOtt) lobeor 01.01 It to riotoira t moo hpS t01" olditle to well ore efer o~neCnbic to do imore thee: gores of the ..eeltor* OO~olit.g·1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860

ii'1 " I. oJjenoinade .. . ' ,;'.":i' arsparilla 'Gin er-B er,. .nd S:. Al kinds of Cordials. ' .:;: PIDERS by post, .or otherwise, immediateply at . -0 . APE.ded-.to . * " .p!MA'TNUFACTORY, VERNER-STRERIT, 1i ?,earily opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 .,: . . - . Goulburn. s':;: ':.U . ".. : COOnZBfA. : BENJAMn DE LISSA Tl)EGS'to inform the inhabitapts, of Cooma and .L the surrounding district that he has taken out no A.UCTIONBER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regularAuction Sales, aiid will be happy to sell niy9ods entrusted to his charge; '.. Commission,strictly moderate. 4Ioo :EDWARD BINGIIAM, (SOOCESSBO' TO OGALAND AND BINtGIIA.,) 115, York-street, Sydney, C TOCO and: STATION AGENT, and Importer ( of English and American agricultural imple euentp, steam enginea,.cattle, sheep, horses, &c. Agent for Tuxford and Sons, Ransome and Sims, Hoqard Brothers, Barrett and Co., and Keenan and 8on>p.. . . .s. Colonial Produce Sales. THE' - ndersigned SELL privately, or by auction,...

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