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FRIDAY—JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

R'nIDAY -JUNE 8. The Council is engaged debating on the Indemnity Bill. Thq opposition claims full power over money bills. Cuiwper refuses to acknowledge this. The Assembly is engaged in discussing the report of the select conmittee on the appointment of the dean of Sydney.

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MILFORD HAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

MIILFORD hAVEN. TIlE establishment of a line of ocean stcisiers between Milford HIaven nand Portugal and the Brazils is not without some interest to those connectedl with the commerce of Australia, inasil?nch as it tends to bring more prominently btifore the public tlo capabilities. of this unrivalled port; Nature has provided a most magniticent haven of refuge for ships of ill sizes, uitid under all circumstances of tide and'veatheor, but by some extraordinary apathy its value has been overlooked, and scarcely a vessel floats upon tihe unruffled bosom of this fine lind-locked and capacious harbour.' Centuries have passed away since Richmond with his gallnnt hand of followers, proved. the value of Milford Haven, and since thoe .unfortunate Richard, dleserted by his; -army,: invited Scrope to sit upon the gr?iid with him and tell sad stories of the death if kfings:" Queen Elizabeth and her government knew full well the merits of the haven Nelson reported favoourably of it, for niany ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

LOCAL INITELLIGENCE. Po?tCE REPonRT.-On WVednesday one drunkard 'was fined five shillings.-Thomas Byrnes, for steal ing a pair of boots from Mr. Benjamin, was sen tenced to three rmonths' hard lab.sur.-Joseph Carr ,was charged with stealing a saddle, the property of Sarah Me Dade; but the case was dismissed.-Johnl" Yabsley was lcharged by Mr. WV. Walker with ab seeoting himself from his hired service. The case. was dismissed. - On Thursday, William Elton, icharged with being illegally on the premises of Mr. ,Forbes, of Auburn-terraee. was sent to gaol for seven days.--atiurel Edwards pleaded guilty to a cbharge of a similar nature, and received sentence of Ifuuirteen days' imprisonment.-Charles Murphy, a constable in the Goulburn police, was charged with negleet of duty. Thie case was hearil in part, and resumetl'on the' following day, when defendant )vas fiaeti nene otind. IseueQsr.--On' Thllursday last an-inquest was held on the budj of Daniel Morris, an old inati of adventy two y...

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BOUND TO ELOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

BOUND TO iLODEL * "This is a dreadful maitter-of-fact-world," idd Lucy Graham, is sha looked up into her coucin Lizzie's face, "all the romance has departed. Don't you think so, coz ?" " Well, I't never 'gave the subject much consideration," said her cousin; " but I thought that I heard you yesterday saying that Susan Grant's marriage was very romantic. " " No, no, not her marriage, that was very stupid and matter-of-fact," said Lucy; "it was her meetinz with George that was romantic. She fell over-board near the Five Bells at Putney last summer; and George, who was of the party, but had never seen her, sprang from the bank and rescued her. To be sure, she was only wet and frightened, and the water was shallow, but still the incident was delightfully romantic. I wanted her to elope, but she wouldn't, and they were married in the old hum-drum s'.yle. If ever I marry I am determined to elope. The present style of courting, proposing, and wedding is just as flat as dish-water. I want a...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

CO. JIER CJA L. H ltoiau' Office, Friday evening. Tote Is nothing new to report this week. Btslneur has beren dull at the variouo store. Carriage ha nan upward tendency. Mr. Iktejautln relortsl the purchaseo of 47l cwt. of baon and an largeqquantity of butter. ; GOtLLBUtN PRICES CURREN"T. Wheat, Ilas. to 120. 3d. 0 bushel. j,'lour,tlne, £5 o Lou; sreond?r?s, £39 .. . Jrraed, d. to 8d. Bran, 2s. buoahel Marle, e. to Os. 6,d bushelhe J.trlep, 4s. to 4s. d. ot bushel . oorr, s. tot 6. obusheL ltp, £0 to £0 3 ton. Butter, fresh,ls. tol. 3d.1 Ib.; saltt"tlld.-tL ' ...' lheoerr, d. to ld. 0 lb. Bacon, 7?d. to 0jd. 311b. Egas, Is. ud. to 2e. 0 dozen. t'eolateeu , £5 to £060 ton. Olliont, 1'2. to 1l0. 00 owt. Fat Ca1ttle, £b to £0 7s. 00 head, oaccording towelght. Catro., £1 10. to £115.0 tr hoat. theetl, IOe to 1Oe. 0 heado. P'rgg, 4d to 4%d. 0 lb. t•ttllt, £40 to £10 Otton, for good eamplod . Bidet, 4s. to to. ach. ,Orrpepakio, bd. to 17d.0 lb. Crriagr 30 too-o-Sydney to Ooulburn, £10 to ...

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

New Books and New Editions. HE following is a list, selected at random, from a rerent importation received ex 'Switzerland' and other arrivals: Winslow's No Condemnation in Christ Jesus, 9s.; post free, 10s. Inner Life, 6s. G d.; post free, 7s. 3d. . Glimpses of the Truth, 7s. ; post free, 7s. 9d. on the Atonement, 4s. Gd.; post free, 5s. on the Itoly Spirit, Cs. Cd.; post free, 7s. 3d. on Personal Declension, Cs. Gd.; post free, ' 7s. 3d. idnighr t Iarmonies, 35. 6d.; post free, 4s. F Johnson's Cottage Gardener's Dictionary, 12s.; post S free, 14s. Sale's Koran, 12s. Cd. ; post free, 140. 6d. Brawn's Dictionary of the Bible, lts. 6d.; post free, v 14s. 7 Brookes' General Gazetteer, revised and corrected to the present period by Finlay, 15s.; post free, a 17s. Gd. General Gazetteer, small edition, in roan, 7s. ; post free, 8s, Wesley's Sermons, 2 vol., 21s. ; post free, 24s. Cyelopxedia of Universal Biography, second edition, 15s.; post free, 17s. Adams's Cyclopcedia of Poetical Qoo...

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

YWanted, )Y the undersignedl-8000 shingles, 3000 laths, .) 400 seven-le?t slabs, 100 sheets bark. 100 poste, 20U rails, 600 palings, and IOo buahels'goun maize. W. O'NEILL. Queanbeyao, 6th June,. 1860. -'5634 Wanted, -ONVEYANCE for Four Tons of Goods to I lJiaudia-- i0 a T'o. • Also, teams for Wagga Wagga; .... T-umtll :.-. . Sb.~3iANUŽEL.aud SON,. 643. Auburn-street ' Goburn. Wanted, 1EAMS »OR :'RUSSELL'S. Apply to .L. . WM. CUNOLLY, e5625 Argyle Steam Mill. ANTED TEAMS to load for Coolringdoo, Maucroo. Appiy to 5571 .. .: . N. C. PHILIPS. Horse Teans ani.d Bullpok Teams W ANTED, to load immoedi?toly abouto-50 tor tor Rlusesul't a?4 Kiandra. - App t'. .... :: ' S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 Adjoi'ing the foyal Hotel, Danoilng-Dancing II I OiLL- R00'1 GUIlDES. in variety, for Ladies' l. and Gentlemen, witl'allLthe f.ihidabl04 danc?s, ?ld. and l. 6d. each. At:bo unew Herald Book Mart. Best Bread, Sevenpence, MILL BUHTHEB NOTjCE 5647 J. BALSON'S. Notice. EST BREAD, SEYENPENCE, atGEORGE Si B...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

MISCEULLANEO US. THE REMA5iKADLY HANODSOSE GIRL OF . PA.ms.-The 'Droit' has the following:- a "A person residing at Bouig-la-Reine, near N Paris, is father of a remarkably handsome girl, whose name is Olympe; but unfor tunately the damsel, ot an early age, went astray, and abandoned her family. He - sought her out, and had her placed in the - convent of Dames Saint Michael, where she spent some time. Hoping that she was reformed, he took her home, but six months ago she again left and all his efforts to dis- S cover what had becorne of her were unavail ing. On Tuesday last, happening to be in Paris, he fell in with the procession of Bcwuf Gras. His first move was to turn to avoid it, hut, after a little hesitation, he remained - to see it pass. In the car he perceived with surprise that the damsel who was personating Venus strongly resembled his runaway daughter; but he could not get near enough, to be sure it was she. He therefore accom panied the cortege, and penetrated with it in...

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

DRAPER, &c.,, MARKET-SQUARE, GOJULBURsI, H AS MUC PFLEASURE in- la ering to the Pashionable M. ourning Goods, iilliaery bonnets 2s. to 19s, 6d. each Blaok cloth mantlesl5s. tca6 s.o . . Silk and crapo ditt.. s.-la..to 55s, handsome Black straw hats, uutrimmed, trimmed, or trimmed to apecial 'orders 4s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. Black felt, with and without feaihers; 13s. Gd, to . 16s. d. each, 'ndw'shapes ili?i ..crapes, hathbands, creased and patent ,craspes Is. 3d: to 4s. per yard Gent'. black cloth lnst-bands Black. ties, silk squares Freoch'kid, silk and cloth" gloves Black crape trimmings, collars, sleeves and sets Mourning falls - Black c'sshmere and other hosiery Blucek French merinoes 3s. Gd to 4s. 4d. Black French twills, and real Parramatta cloths Is.-to 5s: 3d. per yard Black'atid white, and black and p'irple.pints. from 4s. 4d. per dress. Wedding Costumes.: Silk dresses, (mixed), from 18s. ed. the dress pitto all silk, in flounces and robes, £4 10s. to S 6, exceedingly rich...

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

'Tirean is come Ereiol ~ite u the O gianh tat-) bLecause the tush to Kiauldra may greiatly in .crease thedemand for laId; therefore 4 settle meat of .the long-agitated land question :becoisti.mure pre.asiug than.ever. -It is-quite ,probable tlit. eutne portion of those who, attracteI by the gold-fields, remain to tesi?the ,other industrial resources of this colony, will be eager i thlipit demand for laud, and corre aponrlinigly.disgusted if their wants are not .supplied. \ We do not, however, believe with 'Mr. Scott, that it would be at all de-iruble to aeter into hasty legislatii'.for the-piurpose of mneeting this special case.. Better that some temlporary inconvenieice lesould be endured, .than !buatthe land systetm should bo. further compllicated by patchwork legislation, when.l .wholesoie and sweeping reforms are required:' It is probable that, with a little exertion on :the part of-the suirvey department, a sufficient iqunatity of countruy land might le thrown into ,the market,...

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

THE HERALD OFFICE Is removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn, OLD ARG'!LE STORESI B. BENJAMIN B.EGS tainform his numerous customers in town and country, that he has just received, in eplendid order, . Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands anda large assortmoentof new and seasonable gdods, wliicli will'be sold at the lowest rates. N.B:-Tie highest price given for colopnial produce. 5509 SKINNER & NOWWLAN, - Soda Water -"' - :Lemonade and Cordial Mianufacturers. OPPOSITE" THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL .VERNERS'tREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLERE BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, WTHOLESALE 'SADDLERS, HARNESS V" MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL; ENGLAND, S . AND PIT.T-STREET; SYDNEY, Next 'the VIHetropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial'Produce Sales. THE dindersigned'SELL privately, or by auction, ..: every FRIDAY, at their. Produce Stores, G6, King-street West Wool,,tallow,,shecpskins,.hid...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—JUNE 6. In the Council the business was not important. In the Assembly there was no quorum. THURSDAY JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 June 1860

PA1ILIAALENYAYRY, WEDNELSDAY-Ju e 6 In the Council the business was notimpori ant. In the Assembly there was no quoopm. [pelR ELEcrltCJELEonAPI.) THURSDAY JUNE 7. The -Legislative Council is likely to come into serious collision with the Assembly. The-opposition maintained the right of the Coun kil to be consulted on the Indemnity Bill, not only with espee: to money spent without any sanction, but also to sets performed on the outhority of votes of credit passed by.the Assembly. - Mr. Cowper appears to he likely to resist this. The Conceil have* postponed the second reading of the Appropriation Bill for a week. In the Aisembly, Mr. ROBERTSON stated that the Government were fully alive to the great importance of urging us the southern railway with the utmost despatchin consequence of the expected, traffic to Iiodra; and hlie added, that during the recess he hoped a planu for that purpose would be matured.

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

SYDNEY. the mllowtng Ir?ms poeth oft the. letter of a.corr" pendent Intended for our Inelt a., but owing to the .tO hour iat whlý.tl.at mnlae and other dercoeams·tnm,'. 4 R u.able to .er~ it) :- - S" " MAlmday; 4 pihm. TllEise has been a pretty. considerable stlt in some of the departments. The great delay that has taken place in marking nod maHking tbhe rad to IKiandra, called forth a sharp article in last Saturday's 'Em pire.' in which Captain 'Mgrtindale, the ??t office department, and "the department of inter'il com nunicntions," came in for a share of the'general stirring. up, There is.much truth' in these com plaints. 1 'beliese that a Mr. Hoyt., of tht firm of Hoyt and Co., of Melbourne, is ready to contract for the mail service to .Kialndra in one-half the time at present consumed in the service; but, inde pendently.of this, 1 observe that Messrs. Crane and Roberts are also willing to carry the mails in quick time, if they can only get the road made. Meantime there is nothit...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

T ee CiossIco SWEEPER OF ST. ?AJSrs'S. In .INotes and Queries,' the Rev. S.' iache, of Birmingham,'tells a singular story of the early part of the present century. Thelae MIr. Simcox, of Harbonrne, near Birmingham, was on one occasion in London, when he wae obliged, in consequence of a ,very heavy shower of rain, to take shelter under an arch .wi The rain continued for a long time with unabated violence, and he was conse quently obliged to remain in his place of shelter, though .beginning to suffer from his prolonged exposure to the cold and damp at mosphere. Under those circumstances, . he was'agreeaiblysurpriscd, when the ddor of a handsom' .house immediately opposite was oppnid, and a footman in a splendid livery, with .an umbrella, approached; with his master's compliments,, and that hehad :obh served thel gentlemen standig' so lonrg under tlie'airhcvay that lie feared he, nighttalke cold, and would therefore be glad if ho would come and take shelter in his "houseann:invmi tatio...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

COLONcIAL BXTRAOTS. Tinu LosT SQUATTErn. - The body of M:r. -Andrew Sinclair, whose mysterious dis appearance was' alluded to in this journal on the 12th instant, was discovered on Saturday morning, about nine a.m., in the scrub im mediately opposite iMr. Webb's residence, B3rightori Paik, between the highrbod and the beach, and not more than ten yards dis tant from the former. The body was found by acyounagboy, naned William Robinson, who, with a number of companions from M3r. Macfierlane's school, was playin,;gat hide- nd seek amongst the tea-trees. 1'ho -lad atfiirst ehought.it was somne one asleep,- bt ori a close examination perceived it was a corpse that lihe was gazing at. The body was lyiii, at full length, withi the face downwards, the arms crossed, with the head resting on them. The deceased had on a gold chain, with two watch keys and other trinklets attached to it. I-is. watch, it will be remembered, was given up to the police some time back by a lady, who said she recei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

NOTICE OF BRE1VOVAL. THE undersigned has the honor to announce to his patrons and the public generally, that iaving leased those splendid premises recently erected by Mr. J. J. Roberts, adjoinlng the Royal Hotel, in Auburn street, heo has determined upon reducing his present stock as much as possible preparatory to removal, and with that view has commenced SELLECP\G OPP the whole of his stock at Greatly Reduced Prices. Parties in a position to take quantities will find this an opportunity of purchasing some of the cheapest parcels ever sold in Goulbtrn, especially those re quiring a superior description of goods. THE SALE to commence each day at eight a.m., and close at six p.m. LONDON HOUSE. E. DIXON, 5655 I'roprietor. CLEARING-OUT SALE AT TIE HOSIERY.-Each article in the following list has been very considerably reduced in price, aRd..as. the stock is heavy, attention is respectfully drawn to it. LADIES' Grey lambswool hose ,, White and Spanish brown ditto White and black Mleriuo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

Wanted, A SITUATION as female servant, either as cook or housemaid. The advertiser has a boy eleven years of age, who could make himself handy. The country preferred. Apply at Mr. C. THOMAS'S, Goulburn. " 5689 Teams Wanted TO proceed to Sydney and fetch up threo or four tons of heavy leoading. Apply at this office-. Wanted, A GOOD GARDENER, who thoroughly under stands his business. Regular wages and rations will be given, to engage for twelve.calendar months. Address II. PATIRSON, Barabangalo, near Gunning. 5670 Wanted, PERMANENT employment on a sheep or cattle . station, as Manager, Overseer, or Storekeeper. Twelve years' experience in Victoria. Address A. B., care A. MUNTAGUE, Cooma, Ilaneroo. Cooma, June 9th, 1860. 5676 Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Enquire at the Chequors Goulburn, June 11, 1860. 5~69 To Carriers. WTANTED TEAMS to load for Coolringdon, . Maneroo. Apply to . 5571 N. C. PHILLIPS. Wanted, CONVEYANCE for Four Tons of Goods to Kiandra-£30 a Ton. Also, teams for Wagga Wagga, T...

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ARTIFICIAL IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

ARTIFICIAL It ItIGATION. (From the Pastolral Ti?es) IT is a not unsatisfactory sign' ofL th times that the metropolitan journals in all these colonies are bestowing less attention th:u formerly upon abstract political discussions, and are opening their columns more freely to the dissemination of practical information with reference to the 'development of our manifold resources. No doubt the. diversion of the intellectual activity .of. the colonial press into a new channel is. partly attri butable to a feeling of disappointment en gendered by the unsatisfactory resnlts of lesponsible Government in Anstraliai-un satisfactory, that isto say, to those who were sanguine enough to believe that a free con stitution, with a highly democratio electoral system, must necessarily confer upon the people possessing them, general prosperity and general contentment. All that hao been contended for by the most advanced liberals in tile mother country has been conceded in Victoria and in South Austra...

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THE COLONIAL KNOT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

S Tfl E COLONIAL KNOT. i1 cr,,- alyue rad nauswamp, has been spoken and wvritten on ithi stuject of the land, yet that quacMio rc.lata remains, to all appearance, at as great a distanco from isettlementas ever. Aristocrats and democrats; the licensed occu piers of vast sweeps of territory, and tle in dustrious fuirmeris of.small means; members of parliamient, lawyers, and even clergymen; patriots, real or pretended, of every grade, of every lihe of opinion, have, from time to time, throughout a lengthy series of years, taken this Almost entirely engrossing theme in landl, and lihive exerted their influence and their Stalent, tile tongue and the poe, with a view Sto the solution of the colonial knot. All their influence, all their abilities, combined with the column after column of published matter on rtho subject in the colonial press, appear to havn been mere " vanity and vexation of spitit." " Responsible government," that much vaunted blessingo which, it was prophe sied, would ca...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

PARLAAMEY. V 1 Y. TtunsUlc?r's proceedings we reported per electric telegraph in our last. (in Friday in the Legislative Council, the second renling of thu Indemnity Bill was passed, after the re-assertion by several members of the right of the flouse to deal with all money votes, and a declara tion by Mr. Jon.sos, that the Assembly, if brought into collision with the Council, would be roented and diecomfitted. It was stated that in committee, a elause would be introduced for including in the indemnity, those sums for the expenditure of which votes of the Assembly had been obtained. In the Assembly, Mr. RlonEuosow stated that the subject of railway communication, would be taken itto consideration during the recess; and that it was thoug±ht premature to establish bonded warehouses at Albury and Moama. The debate on the motion for the adoption of the report, respecting the ap pointment of the Rev. W. Cowper, to the deanery of St. Andrew's, was then resumed and continued at some length...

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