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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desiours 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.] SCOTCH AND AUSTRALIAN PASTORAL PURSUITS. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

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Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

, . COMMERClAL. ' HEnALn' Office, Friday evening. Ac avereg aount of business has been transacted atthe various stores In townw ir. nenJnrin' reports the purchbas of 1 ton of baoon, •hlch now has a docnnard tendency. [r. Moss Marks repor(ts the pu~ e.bea of 16 oe.ofgodel feuoa Tutu,. .. " '"'"GOULBURns PRICES CURRENT . "Wleat, 1a to 12.. 3.d busheL Jlour, fine, £5 $ ton; seouidd, £33." ,ra, .?s hobeb h ; . . tla,(?to. c. d bushel BnrlepL, 4. btoe aS. 84. hi bsheo.. Onas, e.cctea.buseL - .. - : . h a,?"=3:. e,// £8 to £9 )? too. " r er, a. to 0 .. Wh o lb.oolt, lll nahir eeh , Sdol . to d ? o. . ? ;.: : .'. j." .. Bnooo, a. d: tb 81d. lb, EJgS Is. ?-l.toe2st-2 hetioe-e-, . '..:. . .:, ' I . . ,Polta~IEtoe? lo.?5t ? ?tn POt Oattn , t £50 - £ h ,banoeloc twetght. ; , Calte, £1 Sa. to £155,. g heu4. " Shee?p, 1t. to ts. ¶ head. " PB*ig ?d. to.4,?d. 'r lb. . .: ? .. Tel?aE,;£O to £0SHtiooi;, or good eumpte,. . Bldei,4e.etos. each. r" Stlerpoklti,l td. be 74. hi lb Carralgle ton.--gydoey ...

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TIRANNA CHURCH MEETING. TO MUSTARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

TIRANNA CHURCH MEETING. TO -.tUSTARD. (Perfaorcurof the Goulburn Herald.) DeAn MtsUARD,--Your remarks, in the 'Goulburn Chronicle of Wednesday last, on the church meeting at Tiranna, eviden:tly manifest the bitter disappoint ment felt in your not being allowed to take part in the proceedingsof theday. It can only be accounted for either from your musty character or thin and watery consistrence. It is slated in your leotr that a great mistake was mode by C. II. "Walst, Esq., in his calling the in tended new Wesleynn church a cathedral. limagine you were the only person in that.assembly who did not understand the spealer. The next time you listen to him " takte heed thow you hear." Your dodge, respecting the conductors of the above meeting selecting the foremost men of the Wesleyan body to pave the way for the Wesleyans to throw their contributions into the lap of mother church, tt h Ip to build a cathedrl, I assure you won't take. We don't believe in cathedrals, and we do not Intend ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

AUCTIONEERS' R-rORTS. Moesesm, V, ThDONI 500 Co. reporto:-St- eh.-- looa'aaem e t ' prnont remarknbly lull ofalcu here. Woo huve old S head, at. from £5 to £t 10s.; there bting no odoluate otiers for several head era supertor desriptioneo had to wtithd rn. Fat cattle .t0ll unOaleahte. For sheep there is no demand, tCm .bhng tho Ihighbat otfer for 300 head submoitted this doy; they were withdrean at that igure. 3Olerhandtse.--.hero Is no present posotbllityf fefcoting aloes. J. 'oLsLo^e report:--A flir nmount of bou onto in stoot duriog the weet. Eotd tile torst tret uof100 Ileaod, otl bulloct, clover fed,..from the noted herds of It. tadgooery, . Bon Bnog, to 2lr. tt')looteli, ot£7 as. per head, detlverte in foUr drautto. T?i ro0s and coloeo adoertiod for Tuef.ody wre itthdeao'n, at an ofoer of £ per heod. Itorsea.--Ho Lmproe. mont. ttotd 10 head, at front £2 10s. to£13. ltullocttcdry, .£2t?; horce dray, £14. P ooduc.--But Itttae oooinog frooctd, bttter, bacon and oheese In good dem...

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

Ir the senior meetroplitan journal of Tuesday Inst, there istin'articlo dirtectly corrobornative of an observation in our remnarks of last Saturday. h'lle strange combinations in the Assembly, for the ipurpose of harrassing the government and retarding the public business, have undoubtedlly for their objiect the restora tion of the old order of: things, and the weary ing of the public with .tlh toy of responsible government. " I. there," says oiri city con telnlporlary, 'any lanll in the eountry, worth £50, who wouldl ot be gltad to sea a man like Mr. Deas T'lluniso-n a-the hlead of tile grvernneut oucs more ? " And. ftiler atnenting the difficulty of retracits gior path, tile writer IIpr.oceeds to inlorln us that " there is, no doubt, a latent force in tile country which, perhnps, mnay shoid'itself in any great emergency,' nlhhogh we the' that this is over rated." Ixactly so 'i'hie " lateat force" alluded to lns'itt centes of .nmotnion tt the Allatralian and Ution' Clnbs. Its c;omo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

LOCAL 1Nxlil&EANCE. RANDWICK RACES. . Those races commenced on Tuesday last, and are the. first that were run on the new course lately formed at landlwick. The condition of the coorse wuasall that could he wished. A very large'numober fs people, variously estimated at from six thousand t :ten thbusand, were present, including the Governor-General, severol of the mintisters,? 'and mans' m'embers of parliament. The gralnd stand is cuapable of containing fifteen.shsndred spectators. T'he followoing, is the aocruunt of Tue/days run nine: ltnsr RrACe.-First yearof the Second Trietnniii Sltakes of 10I sovereigns, added to ii sweeps!taks.of ten sovereigns each. lIe. I. it. Clwrc's h.f. t suttecesss (tIcudeceon)...: .. · - J. TotS's-b. e. Alfred ..............................:......... The'rest of the hotsesentered wvere drdn".v Alfred took the le ad. but was snon paused lby Chatteres?, who won as sheliked. The coltcame i lame. ansrd it was said thatlhe was so before startilg, btlit...

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

English Newspapers. T UST received by the ' Malto,' the English News h papers ibr larci, including, st one shilin each, ' Weekly Didpatah,' 'Sunday Times,' 'Lsdy'd Newspaper.' At sixpence each: 'Lloyd's News, paper,' News of the World,' and'IReynolds's Newsr paper.' The whole of the current dates from the departuro of tie previous mail are on sale. Bread for the Bush. J1ECOIMIENDED by tho Queen'n Preleae Olahe, and snd In !? thP Army a11d N~ypl ilhe only ellecsite anbestiute for yeast. The eeost hlanleelr?nnr l nay, by its old, conoert ilour Iln et ICIt Ca l,. a rooI ,slea it iasrnatl Iaet hblfthe uaunt quanlity or Epgs na d tter fn l'ddlencs snd Pastry, rendering theamw ilolesomeatddhae.i t Icy lirll a yeas. No setler shaould be alithut a good salrdy. oald bly all reepletodle SLorekoeers is tlheColony, ti Id., 2.,1 dd., onadd. Poctel. nd ls.t ts. ad.. I ;t d a~hd Tb, Whoele, by all Shipper, cand by GEOlRGE ORWICK, London Wall, London. S tewasre of Imlatlaons. 5n5s TE-I-S naa?otnro ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

::SYDNAEY. IPeOli OWL 05555 CiiiO~pttWiipn)6l1' Wednesds34 pm Tn. session draws slowly towanrds a 'close.- The Appropriation Bill and the Loan Bill passed the third reading in the Asemblly last n-ight, ?i'd ill:' broumiht up in the Legislative Council thi revining, it'Mr. Cowper -iswell ennuch.ti.atterid to business, for I regret to say that hlie has been sufferinig frui) ti?e prevaeilinif epilbmie-tlhough. it may be that the AtiorneyGenernr may act in the event of the Colo nial Secreiary's unanvidahle nbsence. On:the occa siln of passing'the Appropriation Bill'thrsligh. the Assembly, Mr.. Darvall indulged in.a 'lacuhlrymase speesh'on the do-nothing results of resnionsible.s'o, vernment, and intinated thnt the tendencypsfthe whole world was nlow towards despotism, because mankind had become disgusted with too niutch piii-. lar liberty. This is something like the * Herald'sd article nof yesterday; t bt r. Dareall will findit hard. toi persnade the publiu that darkness is preferable.t...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

(~ PER ELXCTRW TELEOnAPH.) 3 THUBa T MAY 31.YJ ~ohusihess was'done in either House.

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MISCELLANEOUS. DREADFUL SUFFERINGS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

AISCELLANEOUS. DREADFUL SUFFERINGS AT SEA. CFrom the Liverpool Albion.) The clipper-ship, Great Tasmania arrived at this port from Calcutta, onThursday morninr with detachments of the 3rd Bengal, 3rd MIadras, and 5th Bengal Infantry, some of the men bf thie Bengal Artillery, and of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Light Cavalry; the total num ber of soldiers being 937, besides 20 officors. Between six and twenty had died on the voy age. The scene on board was heart-rending. Mlore than 800 men were suffering either from scurvy or dysentery, and of these about 140 were in such a state that if the arrival of the ship had booeen delayed much longer, their death was inevitable. Many of them lay upon the deckl, and others, fortunate enougls to have been provided with hammocks, were without any othlier covering than their wearlig apparel. Their appearance was pitihful, and in enme instances sickening. Men who, a fet'uw monlths ago were bale and hearty, were literally reduced to skeletons, by long con...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

PAI..LIAMi A IA Y. • ' 'TupoDAV MAT 29. In Li- Aawoorhlt the Speaker took the chair at a ijuarter past bceon o'clock. " . r.i- A.: coMiOUNICATIONVVs *rti XtiANnA. M[r.,WILon asked the honorable the Premier, ".Whtt steps tdie Goveinime'n~lha taken, or intended to take, to fiarilltate ctiomuniiiition beitOeaien Sydney and 'Kindr.?" .. . . . Mrs. RonBUTso snid thatthe srry,,s and explo ration of roads td Ksiuidra; since tlhe ioseovri'y Uf thli !.u-flliolds were as foll-ows:-Roads surveyed-21i calago to Cotmin (on Queali?buyan line), 40 omiles. improvements in line made and'markbdl; Russell's to Kiandra, 12 miles (phins and specifications mado fdr improved liii.). ..Roids, explored by: surveyors-. Tumaut via Talbingo to Kisnilri, (inilrovenments. inado for construclion at Tulhingo Hill); Tumnut vid 'Gohorugnudra to Kinudri; Moiongos, ii Clyde lRoml to Qunbheyan aund Coouni Road at Bred?o River (estlinate of cstn made). Roads ordered to be sur veyed-Chalker's to Catheart on Eden "oa:l'(w...

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

COB1?~I'l~lESP ONEATE Wo ·re dcdrou d he l our eo ,b?mn 1 should b, rtleeded au open to eli perlIes, and r reIhecefe,. wliInO to Ilee inletlon to ell temperately end Inolltlgllwr rile n ]e terh ot t ohjeet ob pulilo Inleerel, eecn IL ouh the oplnlons advanced may be doeeerle-ally oppocite to eer oen.]

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A CORROBOREE ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

A COROBnonEB ON THE STAGE.-All extraordinary exhibition was given at the Theatre-Royal, Lamplough, on Wednesday evening. "It consisted," says the correspon dent of the Maryboroagh Adv'ertiser,' "of a number of aboriginale, duly decvrated with white, chlk mii red piDat, which I am told is called wtar paint, who appeared onl the stnge, and performed a corrohoree in five acts. The ottendance was somewhant numerous, owing to tit novelty of the entertainmiit, and the ex hibition ushtog'ether very reproehensible ultlhough it seaunled to amase the audience, by iunles of its ltdicrieis snture.' Thero was oe .ee, where" two of otii', ebLony brethren killed a thiri?d, and duly buriedhimd under one ot ther trap-doors of the stage. Ie appear.s, hohae, Inotheri smothered in white chalk,, and i .iupposed to hiavejtiinped uli white-fellow. Hei.ch??sed hisamurderer.ii twice round the stgO, and then disaPllared. So cemlleneced and ended oiti delectablte ct of the corroboree. This exhibition is toube...

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THE APPROPRIATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

-. EiAsPtOPRiATION SILL. On the motion of Mr. W ?ERES that the Appro priatiln Bill hei reed a'third time, Mr DAnVALL said nothing was morle lamnentable than the resiultof this easist. They were told that much distress existed among not only the working.clsses, out.among others who did their uttiii.l .to conceal it' but n!thing hadbeecn 'done to relievo that distress. .Their commerce was lnaguishing-capiral was locked up-credit nearly destroyed. Bnat whtat'had been done to afford a remedy? Responsible Government. in their hanids had'proved a failure. If the country were polled he believed under the ballot a majority would vote for atnlling tbheir. Constitution.. Yet, it was not the fault of the people who had generally oselected.thebest menthat offered for their suffragers. T'hey eould hope for ilothing better till men of larger capacity had the direction ofo 'affairas, aid a higher tone prevailed in their proceedings.' Ctild nothing hlave been done in the presentesesslion? .Mightnot...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ROAD TO KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

COLONIAL BXTIACIS. ROAD TO KIANDRA. A B'ECIAL meeting of tho Chamber of Com mereo was convened for Monday afternoon at b.hri o'clock, for the purpose of determining on the best line of road to Kiandra to be peconlinended to the government, and also to 1iiro its ndoption. The chairman, Mr. Stuart, having taken the chair at half-past three o'clock, drew attention to the importance of the object for which they had met, and read the requisition in compliance with which he had called the meeting. He expressed his regret that there were so fiew persons preoent. Many plans, lie aIid, had been suggested, and the meeting would have to consider which they would recommend to the government. He called on Mr Montefioro to move the first resolution. Mr. Montefioro was sorry to see so little manifestation of interest displayed in so im portant a matter. There were at present six roads to Kiandra, three of which were direct from Sydney overland via Goulburn, and three from the sea-board. Of the ove...

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WEDNESDAY MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

* WDF.NSDAY MAT 30. In the Assembly there was no quorom.

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

) "TO HE PUBLIC. '. (W?lN to the rt inreasei b t ?eh Boiiens of'he ., (ioultbmrn hlard'l oiime; itwaas fCisnd neces sary twa jer s ag' ton secure a lditional premises ad ?ininag teihs, tlhat had hitherto been occupieldt and tihe ,?me increase eomitiniuiug. thu" pruoIrleltr, an? aguin lfustI the meonmui?ddttinil atiorded by thlese premines ioo small for the improved miehinery the extenlsio of his blsrines has. rendered necessary, and which is now ahIrtly expected to arrive in the ceslony. - . . .' . At nary considerable expense. thereCforoe, spriting oil ee, superior in si. and emupleteaess to anRy OuL of h?dsuev. hal just bhisa erected, in the moest central part ot the tnwit and thither the buhineesn ofthe office, has been removed and will troln and after to day be carrled on. The best IhOln of tho proprietort are doe'for the degree of supp?rS. whichl Ihas justifield him in taking sti step. Tho nstew premises immediately adjoin the Aus tralian itore. * Heraid' O)fice, J2th May, t.It...

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

THE HERALD OFFICE Is removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-streect, Goulbur. OLD ARGSLE STORES. B. BEMNJAMIN EG to inform his numerous customers in town and country, that he has just roceived, in splendid order, Sinolair's English Hams Maslaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands and alarge assortment of now and seasonable goods, which will be sold at the lowest rates. N.B.-The highest price given for colonial producr. 5509 $I(INNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Mlanufacturers. |\ppOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ' VERNER-STREET, GOULBUIN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HIOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNEbS MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONIOWGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND 'PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, 'ext the Metropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by aoction, Severy FRIDAY, at their Prodlnce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallowv, sheepskins, hides, and every description ou...

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

SUND AY...... ·· 4. ? 4 11 I JIONDAY 404..... 24.~lr I OUD~~OPAY..···1· Jl 4i 03 23';

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

DIED. ON Wednesday, the 30th instant, at his residence, 1, Wynyard square, Mr. ISAAC LEYEY, an old and much respected colonist, deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends, 62 years old. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1860.  

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