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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864

7ELEGRIAPHIC INTELLLIGENCE [rno)0i o011 cooolloroonsrTo.] -4- SYDNEY, Fridoy night. THrE jodgoo hovo dccided in tbo Supromo Court thot no roads can be oponod to the publio under the Porish Rooda' Act unless all claims to componsa tion shall first hovo been settlod. Two men havo been apprehendod and otand re mnndod on soopicion of being the perpetrotoro of the loto Bathurst mail robbery.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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THE FAILURE IN THE CORN CROPS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864

TLE FAILIURI IN TIIE CORIN CROPS AND ITS CONSEQIUIENCES. (From tihe trioman.) I? a couple of old saws could be any maklo Up for an empty pocket, the farmors of Vic toris a nud New South Wailes might console thoemselves forl their present position by thm thought, that "'it is a long lane which has no turning," and " when things are at the worst they nroe suro to mend." They ought to mend now, for of a verity they seem to be come to the worst. WeVo all know it was a had harvest, know and felt it painfidly by the pressue rur of the baktors' bills; but the greatest cronaker nlever anticipated anything so disastrous as the reality has turned out to beLo. The proliminary abstract which Mr. Arclhor has laid beforo the plmblic of tlhe agricultural statistics of the colony for the year ending March 31, 1864, more tlhan re alizes tho gloomiest anticipations tlhat hind boon formnod. nad crops are bad enough, Ibut this is a case in parts of no crops at all. The county of Elldyn, with 1 285 acro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864

USTRATASIAN FREEMASONS' IAL~tL SIIOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFRED D?TADlrt ltD, prorielor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMtMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com. folts of a homo. . 1712 Produce Stores. nl ESSRS. DURIIAM and IRWIN are prepared l to receive wool, shccpski.s, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by suction or privately, at their Produco Stores, Circular Qonuay, Sydney. Libiheral advances nmade on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO 51VIOKERS. B ACRRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war Sranted. Best Amoerican HONIEYDEW, Gn. per lb. PIPES, in meerschanum, wood, clay, &e., from Sd. to £1 each. 1311 At II. DE BARIR'S. DIXSON'S TWIST lv GRO EFE AD. illE demnnd fcor to aboove celebrated tobacco I lhavilng hithillerto beern so great that the manu foctrerr cotld not supply above hall of the applica tione, .hereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to sobstti...

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NAVIGATION OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864

NAvIGATI?O OF TIHE MaUay.-Someo im portant projects are afoot for the promotion of steam communication on the Murray and such of its tributaries as are navigable. Messrs. MIurray and Jackson, of Adelaide, have nearly completed arrangements by which a regular line ofsteamboats will carry fieights between Goolwa and Albury; call ing at all intermediate stations on the Murray up and down, dischlarging such portions of their cargoes, as are intended for the aur rumbidgee and Darling rivers at their junc tions-at which places their branch boats will receive their respective ireights, and proceed without delay on their upward passages. It is promised that every effort will be made to insure regularity of des patch, to facilitate whlich, and for the guid ance.of business men, circulars are to be is sued stating date of sailing, freights, &c., of each boat connected with the line. There are in course of building and fitting with engines, nine boats. Of this number eight will be prop...

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WRECK OF THE ALL SERENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864

WRECK OF TIIE ALL SERENE. A NAiltATrvi Of this distressingovent by one of the survivors, has just boon published (at tile Atlas oflices, Hunteor-street), with a pro face by the Rev. Thomas Smith, of St. B3arnabas. Mr. Smith thus characterisos the narrative : "The narrativo itself-written by one of thle survivors, carries us into the midst of thle heart-rending scone ; overy incident told with unaffected simplicity, comes home with a terriblo vividness; the protracted misery, the madness, the intolorable thirst, tilhe cry for help, the wishlful -looking out for land, the illusive dreams, the fight with death, the heroism of bravo hearts battling with famine and despair, the deliverance, the conduct of the natives-presentspictures which will not soon be forgotten. "It seems almost incredible that a punt made of a few boards, insecurely nailed to gether, in which were crowded thirty-one persons, should have contested successfully with the waves and winds for nearly twenty days. But so ...

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MORGAN'S LAST AND CHIEFEST EXPLOIT [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

MORGANA'S LAST AND CHI??IEFEST EXPLOIT (From the lorder Post.) Ox Sunday last, about half-past one o'clock, four persons were quietly sitting in a room, at the llound Xill station, belonging to Mr. HIonty, about 40 milec from Albury. They wore Mr. Watson, the superintendent; Mr. iMc Noil, tile overseer; Mr. Mc Lean, the cattle oversoor; and Mr. John Heriot, a young gentleman, son of Mr. Heriot, a neigh bouring squattor, who had come over with a message. Mrs. Watson was in her bed-room, when a man whom slhe immediately recog nised as Morgan, looked in at tlhe door, and asked where was Mr. Watson. She pointed out the room. He opoened tlhe door, pre soented a revolver, and introduced himsolf formally, and then asked where the grog was. Ho, with a revolver iu each hand, cocked and cappied, mustered the four to the apartmont indicated, and demanded to know how many bottles there woro. Mr. Watson replied, six bottles of gin, and that one was broached. Out of thlolatter bottle Mr. Wat son ...

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MURDER AT THE ROADS AND RAILWAYS OFFICE, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

MURDER AT TilE ROADS AND) RAILWVAYS OFFICE, MELIOURNE. (From the Ape.) LAST weeoolk.will bo long remembered in the city as remarlkablo for the occurrence of nIn usual and sonsational incidents. The com munity had scarcely recovered from the excitoment caused by the bank robbeory, when another deed of violence was commit ted undor circumstances equally singular and uncommon. Homicide is perpetrated under the walls of a public offico, and in the presence of witnesses, in broad daylight. As the rumour of this sad occurrenco grad ually spread, almost every one on first hoar ing it loolked incredulous, and was half dis posed to reject it as td hoax; but, unhappily, the statement was too true. A contractor named Harrison had really shot his partner through tlhe heart, about eleven o'clock a.m., and had boon securely lodged in the city look-up within half an hour after the deeood. The particulars of this dismal tragedy, so far as we could ascertain thom, are presented in the followiig brie...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

CQALL4 Qyr IA'L. GOULIUII?i, Tuesday evening. Wree.), A.e rlont.--At Conolly's 2lll:e-Fne flour, £20 per toto: seconds, £20; If less thau halP-ton, 1s. per 100lb. extra. l'olload, and brana ,L. dd. per bushel retail, and Is. r houshet whlolcsale. Mlarket stil unsettled. Wheat, Is. to . per b shel-- thle l atter price for best sam ples. At fmnauel's lltll:--Fno flour, £26 per ton; seconds, £20; If less than half ton, Is. per I00tb. entra; wheat, 8s. to ts. por bushel; bran and pollard, In quanUttles of half.a ton, Is. per loushelt; tess, Is. 4d. BI"PU'Y, Monday afternoon. \'erv llttte In portanue has taken plaeo In thla market alneo Inst repeet, nud trausaelons urn eonanted to local wantq and snolt eoutry erders. tenoen has Ineprored threepence a gallon, at ohlch rase come turgn pareoees have b .e lndo.ha cl(bot moyrdment Is entlret ettlulatring yesterdny and to.dnyb hae been very onueouln largely augment present' stocks. Tttoy are on- fows':--TItO Jason, Willatm Duthln, end Jeanca P...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, BEGA. On Tuesday, the 26th day of July next. COUNTRY LOT.—AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

AT TriE FOLIeCc-OPPrCE, B]GA; - On 1'esday, the 20th dals of Jut sle xi. COSTIOTY L0T.A-AVKC5LAND Lot A, 160 acres-on tlS rigthtbank a t rous tivor, near JUrgo Finch, 'i'sbutL~ m/iios eanthorly from alcoson and tpeocs's 100 acroo, and about 7 sliles nrorthl.weaterly from Boga. Upset prico, £1 ipor acrc. TOWN LOTS.-AT TATHIRA. Lots 13 and 0, 1 rood 28 porches each, allotmenta 4 and 8 of section 3o Lots D to F, 2 roods each, allotments 1, 2, and 5 of section 4.' Lo 13 to K, 2 roods each, allotments 1, 2 and 4t to 6 of section 6. Lots L to 0, 2 roods each, allotments 4 and 4 to 6 of section 8. Lots F and 13, 2 roads eoeh5 ollotosonts 4 undO of section 7. Lots It to X 2 reoda each, allotmenta 3 to 8, and 10 of section 8. Lots Y to 13 2 roods each, allotments 1, 2, 4, and 5 of section 8. Lots CC ts FF, 2 roode each, allotments 2 to 4 and 6 of section 10. Upset prico, £8 per acro.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

Wanted, AT a steam flour mill, a SITUATION as ENGINE.DRIIIVER. The advertiser has been employed for the last ten years at different mills. Having served his timeo to a millwright and onugineer, hoI is capable of keeping maehinery in order, or taking chnrgo of a mill. The best teoti monials can be produced. Address T. ', ,erold ofe .. 1 1174 Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT. For address apply at the Herald Book Mart, 1177 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE NURSEP5Y-MAID. Apply i.K to Mr. CI.OLLINS. 1185 Fiye Pounds Reward. or Ten Shillings each for Ten Bullocks. r OST, near Dead Mun's Creek, was seoon on the S Bothlered Mountains-sopposed to be coming towards Goulburn. Any of the said bulloes delivered to T. J. LODGE, pblicoun, Mutbilly, will receive the above reward. The brands are Two BULOCKS, YELLOW and Wl 1 TE, WIlD near rib, willh otlher branIds. One BRINDLE and WHITE, EM. Four BULLOCKS branded JA bn rump, and MI on ribs. ' One REE. andi one STRAWB.]RRY, branded H-D e"on' rmp. Qon e l L?.O, branded...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

OOUL|IUON WtIIOLOOAIItl t'ltlO8 (2]ltrttP.OT . W ?eoOt, 8s. to to. l bushelol. Frloor, tile, £26 'I ton orroomlr. £26. Pollard, Is. 4.1. a buhlwt; or ]s. hy the 1.0lf too. ltrao, lb. 4d. ?1 bushel ; or 2s. by tlte htlt ton., iirotu, r /d, ? '\2-1b. loaf. . ,, aIhoo, 4o. to ts. rer tloohol. nIrlork. Ingllott, 20. ht to 4o 't bushetl; Copo, 2 ." 1.1. Ooto, 2o. 6d. to 0. 0d.. ' bushel " flity, .,2 Ito. to .£ 60 ton." Butter, rroth, 8d. to O.1 lb. I.; nltd, 0.1. . Cbheese, 4dt. 2,6 tb. acet, 6.1d. to 41. 2 lb. "" Eqgo, Is. L.1. to lr. 0.13 dozen. Pot aoe,. 20. et0 ro Onlont, tOa. to 22,. 16 ot-. ot QColite, prhla,, Tront £2 60s, to £ ;'ulodhotomL£ t. to £2. 2"hrrt, lls. to 16. 21woetd. Plat, :h1,. to 4d. 1. lb. " Joeoj (reilll), 2d. to 4.d. ,lb. . . .. nllll~tot (nltal), 4d. '6 lb. Tallowa, EJ0 to 4,3.i ton. lntdro, 6s. to 1s. acht. 6hopot.l.o, O1.; "aoahod 7d. 'P, lb. tatrl,,lot 1 o-Oy~ tooy ti. ooll~or, £6 o £4; tloattt,.t? to " ydnlooy, £2 to £3 100.1 toatlbl.ra to to.nlaillr l2'tt, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

A ?OVIoMENT ill favor of incorporating thile city nider thoile nunicipallitis Act hais heon conmonced; and the subjoct is too import nlt to be passed over without thlo earneost attoention of all who will be alhoctod by the rosult. Oneo would have thought that with past experience to guido them thie people of Goulburn-at least thoso who witnessed throughout the working of our foriuor muni cipality-would have beon the last in Now ?outli Walos to wish to be saddled with unother. Jut thosoe who, notwithstanding theoir dearly-bought knowledge, wish to have the city once more incorporated say that the fauIlts commnitted by our provious municipal body woere due to the fact that weo olected the wrong men. Is this so ? I:ave we any reanson to believo that we have ibetter men now than then? If so, have thoso bottor mon the loisureo to attend to theoir duties, outsido nas weoll as inside the council chlmbor? I[aveo they safllicient influence to ensure their olection? And aroe they willing to b...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Tuin Cori6 steamer brings four days later nows from Auckland, her dates being to the 13th instant. We quote from the Daily'Southern Cross of that date as follows: Important news was brought from Tauranga yes terday, by the Sandfily. There seeoms every probability of another outbreak there, and that at no remote period. It appears that William Thompson and IRowi are in the neighbourhood of Tauranga, and have been beating up their forces preparatory to taking the of fensive against our troops, and that fwRais, the rhief who distinguishedt Iimself at the Gato Pa affair, has sent a written challongo to Colonol Greer in command of the troops, setting forth in the most explicit manner the warlike intentions of the rebels. 'This challenge is a most chivalrous production, and would be creditable to a civilised com mander. It is in plain English to the following offcc:- 'SNow hlar What ws hlav to stiy. Wehosayeobsen yystleqCfror oso to eome nsd attat us or'a ihqlomios...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

T"ELEG RAPIC INC T/,LLIGlVGCE [FROM OUt CORRESI'ONDENTH.l SYDI)NEY, Tuesday night. TE'x more of (he alpacas have been sold, realizing an adlditional £300. The meeting hold last night in aid of the sufferers ly the floods, was a groat 0lccess. Upwards of £2000 has already beeon collected. The government haveIo offered n reward of £1000 for the apprehension of Morgan. -Papers to hand from the Capo of Good Hopo announco the formal deposition of Bishop Colonso. The now tariff was creating great excitement, and wasn likely to lead to a collision. Dr. Livingstono had sailed for India. GUNDAGAT, Tuesday evening. TuE general sessions wore held yesterday and to day before Judge BIlake. Yosterday James Rogors, for soliciting a person to compound a felony, was acquitted; Michnol Lsnohan, for robbery with violence, was acquitted; Edward Williasns, for foloniously wounding, was acquitted. To-day Patrick Koogh, larceny, one month's ihard labor in Gundagni jail; Thomas Lynch, nlias Caulor, horso-s...

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MELANCHOLY AND UNTIMELY DEATH OF MR. JAMES KIRWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

MELANOHOLY AND UNTIIMELY DEATH OF MR. JAMES KIRWAN. (Prom the Manaro Mercury.) Tone most painful duty that has over fallen to our lot to perform'is that of recording an event which will long remain impressed on the minds of all tihe respectable residenlts of Manaro,--an event which has and will for some time east a gloom~'o the disO trict gonrallyi-viz., the shooting by apolice-oflicr of Mr. James Kirwaon, a well-k?nown and respctelod stock-holder of this locality. It appears that John WVelch, publican, of thib town, had missed some valuable horses, and, in consequence of reports considered by hin reliable, he procured a warrant for Mr. James KIirano's apprehension, on suspicion of his having stolen them. It is assqrted that since 'Volch procured the warrant he intimated his desire to settle the mattcr amicably, and a horsomanu was sent to Kerwan'sa slation, oweonbahl, for the purpose of inducing Mr. Kirwan to pay Cooma a visit. Poor Kirwan seonrls to have treated the aflithir wilh ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

LOCAL ANIVD PIROVINCIAL. Po.el: R]reowr.-Yesterday, at the Goulburn police court, Jemnmy, ailas Tommy, a Chinaman, was charged with obtaining goods under filso pro toecos. Richoard Itydo, storekeeper, of Goulburn, deposed that the prisoner obtained certain articles of wearing apparol from him by pretending that Mr. Teoco owed him money and would pay for the soano. Mr. Teaeo doposed that ho had settled with prisoner; believed himn to be a very honest follow, but had known him to lose mioney gambling with his countrymen. The caso was disostosed. Snaousv AcomsnrrT.-- On Saturday last Mr. Jeremiah Weblster, of Sloano-streot, saddler, foeeling inclined to have a shot, set up a mark in his yard and proceeded to load his gun with a heavy charge of powder and a bullot. T'hle ball being rather largeo stuelk half-way down the barrel, and oin MIr. WVobster liring the gun burst, dreadfully shattering his left hand and wrist. Dr. Waughl being called in found that amputoation was absolutely neces...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. On Monday, the 25th day of July next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—AT GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

AT TiHE FeOLICE-OosFIxCE, QUoNREYAuI. • o Aoidsy, the 251h dauy of . Jtli netl. -OUIULRAN LOTAT.-AT oONDAIWOO.1 Lot A, 3 acros 2 roods; lot B, 3 sores 2 roods 14 porches; lot 0, 3 sacres and 32 perches; lot D, 2 ocres 2 roods 10 porchea--allotments 1 to 4 of soc tion 10. Lot E, 2 acres 2 roods 10 porches; lot F, 2 sores 2 roods 24 perches; lot G,2 sores, 3 roodsa141perches; lot HI, 3 acres and 24 porehos--allotments 1 to 4 of section 20. Upset price, £5 per sacre. Lots I and J3, 1 oacre each, allotments 14 and 15 of section 28. Upset price, £4 per sore. TOWN LOTS.-AT GUNDARO0.A Lota K to T, 1 rood 35 perches eaoh; lotse U to DD, 2 roods ench--allotments 1 to 20 of sootion 25. Lots EE to EN, 1 rood 35 perches each ;lota 00 to XX, 2 roods oeach--allotments 1 to 20 of seec tion 20.. Upset price, £8 per acre. Os Tsceady, tri 20114 day of SThly toeW, SpBunsAN LOT.. .-AsT. q UNAtQ0.. . . Lot 4, 2 seres 3 roeds 17 porbes; lot B, 1 acre 3 roods, 38 porhehos; lot 0, 2 ocres.and 8.porches all...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

8YDNEY SUMMIARY. iloN?5 aYftornoon. MonosoA has added mnother murder to his catalogue of crime. This time it is a sergeant of police who has fallcn a victim. From particulars to hand it appears that Sergonnt loeGinity and Trooper Churchill met MIorgan nnar Tumborumba, alid a conflipt ensued, during which Morgan shot one of his opponents dead. '.L'ho othor alleges that hihor e bolted, and as a mltter of courose carried his rider oautofdonger. Sagaciousanimal! IsbhouldimaghiO that a troop of such horses would be invaluablo to ocur police foreo. Formerly the police complained that their horses wore not fast enough. Now they mro so fast that they can outrun even Morgun's colo brated bay. This subject is too serious to be spoken lightly of. Is it possible thatnnotling crin be done by the police to end this rutlilan's career? Or is it a part of the ministerlal programmo that he is to l'o allowed to go on with impunity until parliament is about to moot, and then sonmo prodigious effort is ...

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CROWN LANDS' SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

CROWN~ LANDS' SALES. TnE following sales of Crown lands will take place at the times and places named:- AT TIE FOLIC.-O'FFICE, D00OOOWA. On londay, ltheo 25th day of July acxt. COUNTRY LOTB.--IIARDEN. Lot A, 300 acres; lot B, 316 acres-about 4 miles south-westorly from Boorowa, on the left bank of the Iloorowa River, and on the road from Binalong to Boorown, adjoining the south boundary of T. Smollio's 752 acres. OCUNTILT LOTS.--IONTTBAOLE. Lot C, 179 acres; lot D, 94 acres 3 roods; lot E, 145 acres 3 roods; lotF, 163 acros; lot G, 111 acres; lot II, 92 acres-within the Gogullulong reserve, on and near the Little Creek, adjoining and near the west boundary of R. Eason's 68 acres, abotit 6 miles northl-westerly from loorowu. Upset price, £1 per acre. AUIUlOlr?AN LOTS.-AT KOOROWATIIA. Lots I and J, 2 acres 2 roods 24 porches each, al lotments 1 and 2 of section 20. Lots K and L, 2 acres 2 roods 24 porches each, al lotments 1 and 2 of section 21. Upset price, £3 per acro. Lot 11, 6 acr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864

To be Let, ONE of PI'IIIILTIPS' COTTAGES. Apply to M(ns. PIIILLIP,, Lansd.own. 1145 To Let, I FIRST-CLASS DAIRY FARM, containing S178 i acres of purchased land, well watererd in winter or summer, situated at IIvde Park. Crookwoll Rliver, about 36 miles from Goulburn, adljoining Mr. James Bray's; hias a six (6) roomed cottage and kitchen; also a two (2) roomed cottllage, store, stock yard, and piggery, a good orchard that has averaged. fifty pounls (£50) a year. Abouit seven or eight hundred nacres is finceed in for horse or cultivation paddocks. The water about (200) two hundred yards from tel cottages. The above farm is well known as bring fit for either cattle or sheep, as it takes both sides ?[f the river. Itoant moderate. Apply to P. l)IGNAMI AND CO., at their Rooms, Auburn-street, Goeulburn. 852 For. Sale, Y PRIVATE CONTIRAT. a first-rate BAIKERY E4TABLISIIMENT,now'doing a good business at'.Bswnral. \Vingeocarribbco, and close to Messrs. Larkln ad Wakef,, d's Contract oIf the G...

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