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LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. The leases of the portions of land described in the annexed schedule will be put up- to auotion, at eleven o'clock of Thursday, the t1st day ofJune next, at the places respectively mentioned, under the usual Eondlitions. The upset price of each lot .is £1 per section of 640 acres, for the year commencing Ist of January, 1860. AT TsE Cnown LANDs' OFFICE, BotRRIMA. County of Camden. .:Lot-l, 640 acres, near Barber's Creek. Lot 2,,1050. acre, on JCangaroo River. Lot 't, 960 ece~si of Kuangaroo River, - Lot 4, i 0d0 acies, on Kaapgroo River. AT THE CRowN LANDS' OFcIOC, BOOsOWA. County of King. Lot 1, 900 acres, on Hovell's Creek. Lot 2, 990 acres, on the Lachlan River. Lots 3 and 4, G40 acres each, between Boorowa River and Forest Creek. Lot 5, 701 acres, between Boorowa River and Foreot Creek. Lot 6, 1100 acres, near Boorowa.; Lot 7, 640 acres,. near Boorowa. Lot 8, 1100 acres, near Boorown. Lots 9 to I1, 640 acres each, near Boorrows. AT TIIE CnoWN LANDS' OFFICE...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

LACHLAN DIST'rICT. (From ear on Crresbpoodent.) Tne WEATnA .--It may now be safely stated that winter has fairly set in. During the past week or so, we havo had pretty heavy frosts. Since my last communication the weather, up to the present, was truly delightful. -A day or two ago. twenty thousand sheep passed through here, bound for Victoria. They belong to a French gentleman residing in thb New England district. There are one hundred thousand sheep at the Lachlan awaiting the fall of that river, also bound for Victoria, and which have come from New England. The former number is seventeen months on the road. A Woud To AUoCTIONEEns.-It is quite customary to notice the prices of colonial produce, live stock, such as horses, cattle, pigs, and poultry, advertised in the Goulburu papers, and, strange to say, that on one fetching a good sample of any of the above, he will not get near the advertised price. This speaks for itself. Paffing, or blowing, is going out of fashions we will shor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

On the 17th instant, at her residence, Beehive Botel, Bungendure, the ivife of Mr S. MoSEs, of a son. DIED. Os the 22nd instant, at her rbsidence, Wynyard square, DINAnh. the beloved wife of Mr. Isane 'Lveye; aged 75 years, much lamented and regretted by her numerous family and a large circle of friends - -. SSATURDAY, MAY 2I i6ralt. SSATUIt)AY, \IAY 21, 18611.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OPENING OF THE TIRANNA CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OPENING OF THE TIRANNA CHURCU. On Thursday last the new church at Tiranna was formally opened with the usual ceremonies. The day being flue and a holiday, the attendance was very numerous, there being not less than two hundred and fifty persons present, many of whom came from Goulburn. Tbe road from the town to the church, however, was found to be very bad. The church, which will seat about a hundred and twenty persons conmfortably, was crowded to excess. The iRe. W. Sowerby read prayers, and the Rev. T. Kemmis preached an excellent sermon, appropri ate to the occasion. After the conclusion of divine service the company assembled in the tent, where refreshments were pro vided by Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. Donaldson. A public meeting was then held, the lion. W. P. Faithfull in tihe chair. The Chairman having introduced the business of the meeting in a few remarks expressive of the ileasure it afforded him to witness the efforts made both by members of the Church of Engl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

The Weekly Dispatch. TITH the current numbers, received by the .V present mail, of this popular newspaper, are given maps of Cornwvall, Turkey, and Greece. At the Herald Book Mart. JOHN ROBERTSON'S COACH MANUFACTORY, 483'AND 489. PITT-STREET SOUTHI, SYDNEY, SIOlICITS as inspection from persons in theinterior an vispting Sydney. His show rooms are xtensive and replete with every kind of vehicle, from the four in-hand drag to the comfortable family sociable. His manufaictory comprises the largest assortment of manufactured materials in the colony ; this circum stance enables J. R. to warrant every article of his own make, as he is never driven to the use of unsona sotied'materials, whether imported or colonially made. The trale and public supplied with every article con nected with the business. Country orders punctually attended to. ,Gig harness, silver and brasn-motintedt cab atid spring cart hirness, silver and brass mounted. from'the beat London makr, : . 4532 Kujonlwopathy. D R. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

Ir any reliance is to be placed upon the indi cations that meet us in the parliaiment, and upon such advices us .reach tis friom the best sources of information, there is to be another attempt at a politioul, scamble. "If the object in view were: to disgust theTwholo country with the working of responsible government, nothing better could be devised Toii that putr puose than.thaecourse that is low bein takelln. .VWhen is the colony 'to hlifaei'"lind law? Wheil is the' Upper House tobd ireformed, so as to prevent the present occupants from being installed for life ? We see no'prospect of this if, as soon as the arrestars of work are dis charged, and the government are ready td: proceed with the pressing business of the fiuture, schemes and tricks, Woithy only, of charlatans, are resorted to for the purpose of nembarrassing them,` and of tlhrowing the public business into confusion. -Mr. Robertson has promised fairly enough. He has been but a few weeks in charge of-the government; and...

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The Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. THE TUMUT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

Tho'Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. TIlE TUMUT ELECTION. DMr. FOarTER asked the heln. the Secretary for Lands-1. "-tas the Colonial Secretary written to the returning-ofllicr for the electoral district of the Tumut, directing, notwitlhstanding the irregularities at the recent election for Tumut, that a poll should be held at Adelong, being a poll subsequent to the day appointed for the general polling, and subse quent also to the day appointed for the return of the writ for Tumut? 2. If the Colonial Secretary has so written, has the proceeding been taken on the advice of the law officer of the Crown? 3. If such proceeding has been taken, what day has been appointed for polling at Adelong-and has the same been proclaimed-or is it intended to proclaim the same in the usual way?" JMr. olinenITSoN replied that a letter to that effect had been written from the Colonial Secretary's Office, directing a poll to be taken at Adelong with as little delay as possible; and stating that ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

1ISCELLAY.EO US. CORNER'S IMPROVLED SCREW MACiIIINE. -Au improved screw :machine for uniting with screws the different parts of boots and shoes, portmanteaus, bands, and leathedr articles, has been invented and patented by Mr. Johi Corner, wholesale and export boot and shoe mannuficturer, 30 and 31, City-road, Finsbury-square, London. This novel machine is peculiarly adapted for permanently fasten ing the soles of boots and shoes, of any sub stance, to the upper leather, and leaves the inside perfectly smooth. Independent of the fact that it secures an important reduction in the price of the articles'thus manufactured, it also insures an imnpossibility of :ripping, and a very hilh degree of flexibility, advantages which are alsoi heightened and further recom mended by a great facility of repair.' The machine works with gi'eat rapidity, supplies itself with wire, makes the screw, and at the same time unites the bottoms. It forms fieom twenty to thirty of these screws in one minute, a...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

:SYDNEI. sROMt..OUR OWN COtRESfPONDt T.] Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. Tna meeting proposed was duly held in No. I com mititee room of the Legislative Assembly, on Monday afternoon. From'all .that I can gather there ap pears to have been good fun going on the occa. sion, the shell that had been sent in to the camp by a morning paper having considerably disturbed the equanimity of the promoters of the movement. Tile following will, I think, hae found a correct outline of what occurred, and I am not aware that anubody but yourself will be in possession of the inlaeto tion : About eighteen members of the parliament were present. I had a list, but have naeidentally mislaid it. Mr. Martin took tile chair, as the convener of the meeting, I suppose, but his "liberal" friend was absent. The chairman, briefly. but forcibly, no donbt, called attention to the state of the country, which, according to his showing, was most de plorable; and he wanted to know wnhether the mem bers of the Assembly ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. q .W are dulrou that our columnm shoul.dhe regarded as open to all parllIeaod we are Iherelfor nillng to glo insertion to all tempena17 and Intelligibtly rirtten lettet on ouhbect of publoi Inteoret, oevo though the opiniono advanced may be dlowttrlcally opposlte to our own.]

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

ScitNTIFIp INYT TXrATION., OF TlHE CourTn,.-Cap-ain Wlard 'and Professor Smith, oc are infrmned,'. are about to under tnk'e a.journey to thesoutherin gold-field,: for ,the urpose of, scientific investigation. They will leave Sydney for the ?raidwood dig gings, via the Clyde, on Moniday next, pro ceediig" from Blraidwood to Adelong, and thence to the Ovens. It has lon: been known to scientific men, as well as to diggers, that muundio quartz frequently containing a very largo per centage of gold, turns out, on being crushed and amalgamated in the usual man ier, but a very small per centage of the pre cious metal. Where gold exists in combina tion with quartz only, its extraction is comrn paratively simple and easy; but where the matrix is also largely impregnated with mun die and other substances having a greater taffinity for mercury than gold, it has been hitherto found impossible toseparute the gold, and the result has been that hundreds of tons known to be very rich in the preciou...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

PA dLIA MEdAE IA HY. TUESDAYT-MAY 22. T'he SPEAKERt took the chair at twenty-eight minutes past three. - Mr. RonoEtrsoN laid on the table of the House 1. A list of the magistrates of Now South Wales for 1860. 2. A return of licenses issued for the county of Cumberland for the year 1859. 3. Correspond 0nee in refereonee to the removal of Mr. WV. R. Riley from the commission of the peace 4. A report on the church and school lands. 5. A .report on a pro-. posed road from the navigable waters of the Shoal laven river to Goulburn. These'returns were severally ordered to be printed. In answer to questions, it was stated by Mipisters: That no complaints of overcharges at the puontat Emtn Plains had reached the Governmeit?-that no delinite course had beeti adlopted by the'present Minoitry in reference to tlhe alleged obstructioh of the publie thorough-fare in Market-street by Alder man Northwood;-that the best route to the Kiandra diggings was still under consideration;-and that the Ble Boo...

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POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

POLICE REPORT. WEDNESDAT. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Moss Marks; Esq.) DRuNKENNEss.-One drunken case was disposed of. ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BEEr.--John Mc Gaw was o harged on the information of constable Murphy, with having in his possession beef, which had belonged to a cow stolen from Robert Roberts, of Curra Creek. Charles Murphy, constable, deposed that he searched the premises of tie deceased on the 6th instant, and found a hogshead et beef, which had been recently salted; Mc Gaw had also shewn him a portion of hide that he said had belonged to the same beast as the beef; the hide appeared in his opinion to have been much older than the beef; there were appearances in the yard as though a beast had ore cently been killed; the hide was greyish in colour. Robert Roberts, deposed: I know defendant who lives with his brother Robert; I have charge of my father's cattle at JTerralong; on the 2nd of this mou:h I missed two head, and on the next day I traced them to Me Gar's pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

Queanbeyan. TW ANTEI), in the above district, an efficient SAGENT and CORRESPONDENT for the Goulburn Herald.' Wanted, 150 PERCHES of RUBBLE STONE, more or less, deliverable at my place, near Mr. Z. Hawkins, Reynolds-strcet, Goulbura. JAMES JONES. Towrang, 25th May, 1860. 5554 Wanted, EAMS. FOR RUtSr.LL'S. Apply to .,.A" O WM. CONOLLY, 5559 Argyle, Steam Mill.'. Magazines for MIate0, ?a OW.- ON . ALR,, at?the-. Herald"-Book . Dart. . WINTER DRAPERYT.. " H. 1LATOIIFORD is nowopening a spleindid J e stock of New Goods, suitable to the present season. All classesof buyers ore invited to inspect the new stock. 5551 MANTLES, OF the newest styles, will boe opened on Monday next, at MANCHESTER HOUSE. 5552. BERLIN HOUSE, 90, 1Market-street, Sydney. ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS, Ex 'Transatlantic' and *Hollinslde.' W. READING H AS now opened several cases of new and elegant needlework, Penelope canvas. erstaI benads in different sizes, cushion tassels, double Berlin and fleecy wools, The needlework c...

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WEDNESDAY—MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

WEoDNEDAT-MAT 23. In the Legislative Council the second reading ,of the Oflicial Salaries Alteration Bill was negatived by 15 to 2. The:bill for the appointment of a fourth judge, the Lien on Wool Continuation Bill, and the Wesleyan College Bill, were respectively read a third time and passed. The remainder of the business was uniimportant:

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

7'O CORRiA' LN4..t r/N118t' VA... . "'(brninolsoto , is ensure tnotrton or their lottOS,, n to. quaOtOI to ho too- V yerjitoDgtloy tetttes too soldom be Oorotspnoo tho ae noitn dnd tho't we b? Wn 0o I0 sot only fetters tlt- to, witten 6cllllbiby: We; re onstant rcolnlrotg tortohdonlntons, to whith Is appended n request othatb ,sill nornot6mnlotnke,.. This smanilos noaontn of tonuhr thnt li t: onfari to lmpose on 000 tt nof ittton to witich w norc oftfcti oyhls to to noone thoooo goue t th0 writei's mceiiint:' S9 IOO0000IOOO it omdoonbletfd ol$0i' as ho "Ohotch;' n0t ohoolae,"' ring ther coml etoolg IuoPotoef r to, oaoour sore.-ondeolmt stys, unnooonuooo'tr y Otcoclon oo teuanbjet. Forom otur inbelio'f t-ho Id lottr, er a orr tsot that ohe toof " chtprlj' tu not. inttnded to b0 sari JToOftOrly, tood a peruool of hislo s, nojtrrnos Otlo Of 0. Irhy Ottn oseby, proroke n oooopoootfoeooolosntw loIdtlhat, too, on .: 00 fOatolton pyatOolq.s t rongly of a reutiolns eho,,otr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

THE HERALD OFr ICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. OLD .AGYLE STORES. B. BENJAMIN BEGS to inform his numerous customers in town S.and country, that he has just received, in splendid order, Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands rind a large assortment of new anod seasonable goods, which will be sold at the lowest rates. N.B.-The highest price given for colonial produce. 5509 SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. .OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL "J VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the 1Wetropolitan H?otel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. frHE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, .. every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every descrip...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860

TO. THE 'PUBLIC. S/' WING.to, the grattincrease in the butsiness of the J . Gtulburn Iterald.'oftce, it was found neces slry twt years ago to secure additional premises ad Joining Itue tliat haud'hitherto.been occupied; and the-same mnereOsa centinuing, the proprietor has. agoiin foend 'th acomiodlmlautlo afforded by these premises too small for the imnproved machinery the ey;eliaonf o his, buhinoss hnasrendlred necessary, rid which is nea shortly exapoted. to arrive in the At ve)ry considerable expense, therefre, aprinting o?ile, suiperior in sise and eIpleteness to anty out of Sydney. has just boa- erected-in the -most- central part ot the tIweYt- and-.thither the business of' the oftsn, hlt been ?atndied, and will from and after.to. -.day beharried o:'.." : ?. 'he b ht. tiu ls ilt the proprietor are due for the degree of support, whichbhua.jnstitted him in taking this step. The nusw pretmisesImrledlately adjoin the Aus tralian Store. Herald d"lOtlet?iht May. f'8 0. ' ., ::VTO ?U"...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

.JISCELLANEO US. Mlunsai.--An extraordinary affair is ro lated in a Frankport journal. A female after being 21 years in the service of a butcher at Frankenhansen, in Thuringia, left him a few evenings back, taking with her a sum of 200 thalers, which she had saved up. After walking some distance she met two gendarmes, and after telling them that she had the money in her pocket, ex pressed a fear that as night had set in, she might be robbed in a wood through which lleh had to pass; but the officers told her there was no danger, as they had just been in the wood aind had seen no suspicious characters. A few minutes after, one of the gendarmes, acting under an impulse for which lie could not well account, returned to the wood to see if the woman had passed throughr it safely, and to his horror, he found her lying in a pool of blood. Near her was a large knife, with which the crime bhad evidently been perip trated, and as it was one of those which butchers use, he conceived the suspici...

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