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

KIANDRA. Tn'E following letter, dated Kiandra, lMay 26th, was received by the editor of this paper by the last mail: ,Mr DeaR Szn,-As I have a few moments I will send you a line, from which you may make a report. Everything in business has been rather dull lately, in consequence of the heany rain, miners not being able to do much. I do not think trade will he b?risk agian until August or September. Flour has been upto a tremendous price. but I think it will fall, for oun ton will now go as far as ten tons would a few w`deks ago. A great molany of the new buildings are now finished, which adid much to the appearance of tlih place. My store is in the most:central position and as the bank have taken one of the front rooms, I think it will be one of the principal business places. The old town, which consisted principally of "shun tims," is daily decreasing in size as well as import anco. Last week there was a great piece of work, ,iuimber of thosie who had been retailing liquors by the ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

Wanted, 150 PERCIES of RUBBRE STONE, moro or less, deliverable at my place, near Mr. Z. 1awkino, Reynolda-street, Goulburn. JAMES JONES. Towrang, 25th May, 1860. 555 Agents Wanted IN all the districts of New South Wales by MIt. SMART, (Conveyancer of the Supreme Court, to receive instructions for conveyances, transfers. morI gages, wills, and deeds of every description, and for ward the same to him which he undertakes to eomn pets promptly, calcintly, economically, and satis fctorily. Any respectable person, with leisure time to devote can easily earn £100 to £200 per annum for hi: trouble without any responsibility. Address--MR. SMIAR'T', CoNV?EAnco, Commercial Chambers, opposite the Exchange, Sydney. All written instructions for deeds, &c., will meet with immediate attention. May 30, 1860. . 5582 Wesleyan Church Sustentation and Extension Society. ON SUNDAY, June 3rd. TWO SERMONS will beo preached by the Rev. . CHAPMAN. in the WESLEYAN CHIIAPEL, GOULItURN. Ser vices commen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

ROW'S EMBROCATION, OR Farmer's Friend, ON S AL E AT TIHE 'HERALD OFFICE. Fireworks. ON SALE at the Herald Book Mart, an excellent assortment of Fireworks, cheap. PURIFY THE BLOODI SECURE GOOD HEALTH. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Pure Blood. ,s the vital fluid hen nto a healthy lstate sustains and reno vales every part of the system, it is abundnttly mnnlfels tIht any medicine whichl does not act powerfully upon the blood Can never extermlnat rooted disease. The Heart, Lungs, Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, and Bowels, Tis medicineoe rol Immediately upon all these malnhpring. of life, stimulating and restoring them to a healthy actioo. It Is the greatest pourifier of the blood ever known ; has tie targest sale of any medicine in the norld; and is advertised Ill every language, and Is used by all clatoes from pole to polo. General Disorders of the Liver and Stomach. Th e aerage duration of human life might hb almost doubled by giving careful attention to ewht woeat and drink, but ao fee iollo eercise t...

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LOVE A WIFE AND RULE A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

LOVE A WIFE AND RULE A WIFE. I w@sn every husband would copy into his memorandnm book this sentence, from a re cently published work:-" Women must he constituted' very differently from men. A word. said, a line written, and we are happy ;. driutted, our hearts achln s if for a great misfortune. Men cannot feel it, or guess at it; if they did, the most careless of them would be slow to wound us so." " The grave hides many a heart which has been stung to death, beeaus? one who might, after all, have loved if after a certnin careless tihshion. was deaf, dumb, and blind, to the truth in the sentence we haove just quoted, or if not, was at least restive and impatient with regard to it. Many men, marrying late in life, being accustomed only to take care of themselves, end that in the most elratic, ranmbling, exciting fashion, eating and drink inff, sleeping and walkinag, whenever and wherever their fency, or good cheer and amusement, questionable or unquestionable, prompted, come at last,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

JTIMIE Friends of Mrr. JAMES PERKIN?S are re quested to attend the funeral of his late wife, which will take place at two o'clock this day. The procession will move from her late residence, Conolly's Mill. I(' No circulars will be issued. GEORGE RICHARDS, Undertaker. To Carriers. W ANTED TEAMS. to load for Coolringdnn, Mancroo. .Apply to 0571 -.. . , N. C. PHILLIPS Horse Teams and Bullock Teamsnis ? WTANiTED, to load inithediately abou i 0 tolns -- V?:.orlRussell's and Kiandra. . ...--: - .:. ,Apply: to S S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 Adjoining tho:Roial Hotel. Wanted,w . . I TEAMS FOR EUSSELL'S. Apply to WM. CONOLLY, 5625 Argyle Steam Mill. Teams Wanted, T IGHEST RATES GIVEN. Apply to . . B. BENJAMIN, 5618 Old Argyle Store. To Merchants, Storekeepers, and Others. A GENTLEMAN, thoroughly acquainted with the Storekeeping Business in the Southern Districts, writes a good hand, and well versed as a Bookkeeper and Accountant, is desirous of meeting with an engagement, either as Manager of a S...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

JiASCELLA4YBOU&8 INTP.HIO0 OF A NP.WSPAPER OPFICE. Tihe ' Eclectic Review' gives a sketch of the nterior of a daily newspaper office, ns bfllows:-"T'lie sob-editor of a morning oursal is usually in his roomof an evening by eight o'clodck. A box-his box-lies on the able, and the printers, some distance off, are restlessly waiting his inspection of its con ents. T'here is thle heavy packet from the city; a host of parcels front thle country, and reports of public meetings in the metropolis, :aying nothing of the reams of 'flimsy'; but it is not long before his decks are cleared. Off fly wrappers and envelopes, snap goes the string, and, in a few minutes, the printers iave each a morsel to stay their insatiate op mptites. Thereo are so many rogues and fools who can write, that an editor needs sharp wit to preserve him from a hoax. Occasionnally a rick is tried-thei death of a celebrated per sonage, a sham muirder, or a fictitious 'state docmnent.' A graphically narrated story ....

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"SOMETHING THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN A MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

SOMETHING THAT SHO110ULD HAVE. EEN A MANE" "There goes something that should have been a manl !" exclaimed a friend. The poor creature was just leaving a low grog-shop. A tall form, with a massive great chest, a noble brow, with a shock of frizzled grey hair; eyes deep, dark, and lustrous once; now, still (leep, but sepulchral, and burning like smoulderimg tires upon red altars; these made the sum bodily of what shouid have been a maln. But once to trace his career: A beautiful babe, pressed fondly to the breast of a joyous mother. Clinging to her nteck, playing with her ringlets, filling the house with the musio of his laugh. A lovely boy, towards whom all eyes are turned; his thee bright with enthusiasm, wending his way to the little school, and there winning prizes. So, in the play-ground, the king among his follows; vivaoions, full of fun and repartee, eager at play. Hear the ring of his glad bshout! A youth, already singling his gentle part nor. A youth sipping at small parties...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

YVo.nuiA the moat importmant ent in col?niall matters during the poet week hats been the publication of the -following linter from Mr. Ithodes, the local agent of thd firm of I'eto, Bras?ey, and lBette, to the premier:- f - ydney, Mlay 23r, la8a, 'Son,.--rom inforinatlon that hal reached' me'out of rdooirs, I hav reasen to believe that the people at large of this colbny are anxious that a liUn of railway .to the southern districts should be completed wiith as little delay as po?sthle, Acting upon this informa .the oOth June, 1862, provided that no great engineering diflieulties present themselves, upon the following conditiorl:.- . F irst.--Thalt, sinking all matters of past dispute, which S think rmay armicahbly arran.eid, the IRail way I)lartmeent all;rtlr me that cordial aid which, tlnee an llnable ome tcoiipIlete such a proposal as I now muake. - Sendnlly.--That tle cost of theeonstrolction of the line from P'icton to Goulluru u basedl upon the scuheldlu of prices that wasu sunt...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

IBERtIMA. S, (Fin a oCrrtspendent. . .On yesterday inlormatio i had been given to the police that a lad, aged seventeen years, son to a carrier residing in thodistrirt of Liverpool, and wiho was on this occasion in .company with his father, conveying loading up the country, died at Paddy's River'after an illness of three days. Information had been.sent to the coroner, but I am not in a position to soy swhetlier that gentleman will hold an inquiry int6 the cause of death or not. [From a subsequent letter wo.learn the deceased died of in lenoza, and that an inquest was held on the body. LD.) ` SouAmounLIsr.tss On last night Mr. Barton, road contractor, who !has been for the last few months staying at:cho Victoria hotel, in this town, got out of his bed in his. sleep, dressed himself, and proceeded towards where the works contracted for by him are in the course of being performed. To go there it was'necessary he should cross the river. When lie awoke he found himself floundering in the...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

PA lULIAMN '? I' Y. .- N . 'i ?oiuro--Junu I. Owing to tthe illness of the Presido:t?acid of the Chairman of Comnmittieeu, til Lgeislaive Council was adjuurned b y the Clurk until Wednrcday (to dat.) The Assembly metout nt th iual hour :. In answer to quet'ilns, it was:said by rmiinisters that .Mr. Coumis ionier Clooto had'sent in'his report. on th disputlen etivwenl Messrso Edwards Irdthers and Chalnonltl, and Etlntmlnnl lanyneand Co.;' x to the right of water nit Adulong:-thiat thle CGovernment were not ofliciually cugnlunt of a resolution"tih the other llouse to allow privato hills to be tlkbn' up n nit nt the stage at wlich they wern tlft' at the Iluseuof noasntl n:-that the Governor-oenl;errt hid: ccupied thle servicesa of the volunteer rifle corp's t Penrlth;-that ia reoportli htl:been received; and wua undllr thle ?oasdlertion of the exec?utivo gouvlmint, conerrning the conduct of thetelork of potty-sessions at lturrelum. ' .Trit T~. uT'?I!. CTrION. ''." Mr. DorNmrely movedi ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

JO UN''ItY .NEEVS. QUEANBFYAN. (Fron a Correpondelt." Ctonon or ENOLAND TEA MLEETING -Purouant to advertisement the members of the Church of England hold their annuul tea meeting in the eourt-houso, on Wednesday, the 30th ultimo. The evening was floe, and thoe attendahce good, tile number present being about one hundred. The room was tastefully ar~. ranged with pictures and floral decorations, and the vote of thalks which was anecorded the ladies for the elegant and substantial manner in which they sup. plied the tables, was well merited. The grace was sung as usual, and the first hour of the evening spent in partaking of the good things provided, and in social conversation; afterwhich The Itov. A. D. Soares, having taken the chair, called attention to the real object' of the mooting,: namely, to receive' tliche report of 'lthe Qoeanbboynn franct Assdociation of the' Churchi Society; and to' elect officers for the ensuiilg year;: The report having been read (a copy of which is ?ubjo...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY — JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

Ir a. .CrHIC 'i'Ki.EUUALtv'lL j` tt b Iie , uý i tY-JUN 5.r Lilttle busincss % u5 trnuniuctud,

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

COUJ.IEUCIAL. LUnleas otherwise expressed, thi price r quoted In this article ore those in transactions between the producer nd the first pur chaser; not at between one deiaer and another, mueh tess the retalt prices.. BroAd oon.--Pine flour, per ton £35 to £37; wheat, per bushel, 12s. to 13s.; bran, 2o.; ants, 7s. to 8a.; maize, 8s. to O; obay, £1l to si1; potatoes, CO 109. to £9 per ton; Ifrersh.butter, per lb., to. 6d. to I. 0d. : salt ditto, Is. id. to st. d.; thlees. . to 7d.; bacon,i0d, to ls. ld. Yass.--Whet, per bushel, lIe. to ln2.; fine flour, per ton~ £35 to £33; seconds, ditto, £32 to £33; bran, per bustel, o. fhd.; matre, 5s. to "c. Id.; oats. 5t. to fa.; hay, per ton, £ to £7 toe. barley de, to a.; fresh butter, ts. 3d.; suitditto, Is. to to.od, per lb; cheese, wanted; baon, wanoted egg, perdozen, 2l Od. to 8a; potatoes, per ewL, Ls. to 7s.; dried hides, eaoh,- fOs to 7h. Od.; green ditto, fan. to 10s.; bread, per 2b. tloaf, od.; beef, per lb.. 3d. to 4d.; mutton, 5d.;...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

TUENA. (From or our own Correspondent.) Mining operations have assumed an improved as pect, and much greater activity prevails at the pre sent time, than has been apparent for some time. The now, rush near the camp, reported in my last communication, continues to attract large numbers to that locality, and fresh arrivals of diggers, includ ing largo numbers of Chinamen, takes place daily. From what I have been able to learn, the prospects are very cheering, and the continual translt of stores to the scene of operations, and the drain upon the stocks of our storekeepers, is proving not only nc ceptable, but I an induced to think profitable to the commercial portion of' thl oommuality. This new impetus to long establislhed Tuens, will no doubt tend to bring both it and the Abercrombie into more imdmediate notice, and thus induce parties devoted to digging pursuits to visit localities which only require nopulation, and steady persevering industry to un Losom treasures, if not on the gr...

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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.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

COGRESPOIDEANCE. -4----- [We s t deairous' thlt our colu.mns should be regarded oa openi to a, ll parttee, and we are therefore willing to give Interrtoo to ; all temprratetly and Intelligibly written letter on subjects of S. publile Intret, oven though tihe opinions advanced mayo be dlametrtetllp oppositeo to our own.] To the Editor of the. Goulburn Herald. Sia-I wish to correct an error in your report in the paper of thoe 2tth? May, of the ease against iGeorge Sims, charged with suspicion of cattle-steal ing. You state that on searching Sims's premises, two fee't-wero fotnd;' liereas they nero found in ilaloucy's yardat "Walla Walloa. , ,.Yours obediently,.. : 'JOHN -MIEWBURN.;::'' SWalla' Walla Scrub.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

ýýr pwn ere £*.. ! I sye~( ~r:n ýsL r ck . E ,.ir s f7w` C6Cr -. r at LdCCAk NTrhu 1.d'e iT SciCnfI amrc4vst. ________

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IT removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. OLD ARGYLE STOELES. B. BENJAMIN BEGS to inform his numerous customers in town Sand country, that he has just received, in -plundid order, Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands Cnd a large assortment of new and seasonable goods, which w'ill be sold at the lowest rates. N.B.--The highest price given for colonial produce. 5509 SJiINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. rPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS IAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the Metropolitan H3otel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. TiIE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, I every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

A (; I,.V AT ina aayfr v *r r, brr !z , - yrrtd s with Inpry in ulrrr. brH1I rlir stnetsx fromr vnra dre arnnu~-· yrerrcnu :brit WtaX A,), V( may tonnirna urat tha the a(f aziays r- toi is ypany of It-$ynn y nu I +t=,in, "VW A tart jaJqIMV.J~aale ua urb a,r.uA Spa~ Ii s graure is a41rtc ta17a1 ahiuting It 5.kt R F3 y yiuý .awltr racr h.ir ad VJaat. th..re is a gain , ror ahillina _ _ T(o T111I','Uer4C. C ii i tIJ o th greatr inrresee in tet btinell of tbh Onij rlburn Herald' nlee, it an (ggnnd nernc sarry two years ago toisecure M islgdinn prenitet ad joinilng thosle that had hitherto been r cnil,.d; ard the same increcsa ifrtnnia7,. the perot!rit has spyin finid the trcnmmndati n s Mrdn d by their primieu utn smll f.,r the imprerrdl mrnnehieey the exrtrenion o his hnineae, hac rendered tseus~a aod which is now snhrtly expened to amttie in th etrlinny. 'At CCC! Ctn idenhhr ezpeteue thetefate, a prinling offr,slueruirn in sae. and completeness to any oct Of Sydney;a, a jeht bar n ere...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WESLEYAN CHURCH SUSTENTATION AND EXTENSION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 6 June 1860

LOCAL 'lNTELLIGEYC . wE I-EXA? CflUUCf SUS;TEfTAT1OS AND JE):Tg!5(,S . OCfETY. Os Snnt z avm:. ,germnil were preaced int the reis'a_ Chapel on behalf of this society bti,-the Bev. L'c. -Cirn~lpe and on Menday esening a poblic m.- was hbed in the nsag place, having in Clew the cams oe*jreL On the astior of(-Mr. W.. Dlvfi. theechair was, tn'cen by C. It. Walsh. Fiq atef prayethe ClesesiW n'ad' a fewJobse1t* linas chrincf :n rm the -ebjet of the sncietye whose 4zfrim they had aseclne!l to mpport,' and whicb wre eofIa hiehiy impmtant naruree; -H -then The 11ev. G. 3.IsE a the scrtay, who read the reeato f the parent socicety in which sme 'evry en enoraZ g fac.o in ihe prgess of Wenicyan chnreh hnldioii in this Oelotsy were detailed Toe lis. 1. CunrxA' then mrooed ThK tbn n-iiEa.rt ie i fo thr ro ,eefal a'a} eet ,o5 e'{ £, toJ Ya.Ae i.eL .hla~fttos s mtoee-.avatrr The speaker, cInmniecd hb dinlaiming sy in t sthen l eer the feeliongs of he meembers of anty oherr dAl? vaonaston hbo m'ght ...

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