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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

. ,1 QUEANBEYAN. (From our oe,' Corrcljsondetl) ACCIDENT TO THiE L1E. A. . D. SOARES.-On Wednesday night, the ?Othlinstant, this gentleman had.just:left the parsonage, intending to go to the post-oefic,: when coming in contact with the stump of an.old tree whiohlay in the path, one knee strucke ajaisnt some sharp projecting points, by whichlithe -cap was seoerely injured. BELL FOR TH1 NEW CIuoct.-On Thursday. the largest boll lthat has ever been in Queanbeyan 'atrrivcd from Sydney, and on the following day, untder the superintendence of Mr. D). Jordan, it was elevated to its due position in the church tower. It weiglhs Smore'tlin 2 Cwt. Isrusn?zA.--Tho manjority of the inhabitants Iavo .caught this distressing complaint. No age is exempt. Iu some instances whole families are affected at the same time. . Tle DIGoINos.-Small parties of men, chliefly pedestrians, pass through the town each day on their .way to the diggings. There has been no start made "by the people of Queanbeyan as j...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

, ; : ,CONMMERCIAL., ,,: ,. tLUnleae ottierl oeipreised, the prl?oiuQotdýltn itli 'arileo?r'e thos hInrir Maettons between' thld :pFodicer "nd the flist, pur ehtini'; not as between ono' 6 dleiad another, much las 'the retalprIlcee.1 lBR?lnwooDi.-Priae nflor, per too '.B" to X37; wiheat, per bushele, l. to 13i. Dd. ; bran, o. ; oatf,' t. to 8s. Ud.; miuie, 8s. to 0.; bay, -£Ell'o X12 per tall; potatoes, "C8 18s. to ti per ton; freli butter, per Ib, li;'(l. .to lU. Od. i alt ditto, Ib.Ad.' to Its d. ; cheese, d. :to 7d. ; iacon,ll)0, lotols Id. DATitnsr.-F-oiur, fine, per to0ni ', ; eecnodis, dllto, '£02; hlat, per bidselli;. tost niOd.; ifreslibutter; perlb; It. nd..; to nominal; bucobn;,d.' to Od.; cliteo, Od. :to 7d.'; cigg, per dozen, Is. (d, slarco 'potatoes,' peroctL't*,B' to IO. OPd. hay, per luo, £0 to e0. 4 ' SYrD.o.-Pine . flour, ' per ton, £25 i sconiel, ditto, £3I;, bran, tierbushel, 1. 3d. i wheat, Sa. d. to Os.; ,malie, ' lod. to 30. 2d.; oat, . to 4. d to i. .. dt .; c...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT. On Tuesday, the 31st day of June next. TOWN LOTS.—YARRANGOBILLY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

O ROWN. LANDS SALE AT THE rOLIOC OPFIOEn TUOUT. .On Tuodau, Os e31st? daU of Jno next: '. :: . oWN..?r m-.rao.. -TAOOOILLY. . , Lo?ol to 4; 2 soots oooh,lillotoeotto 'i to 4 of seottoto I; ...;. Lots to 11, 2 roods ch ; lots 12 on 13,t1 rood 12 perchesl each--llotronts 1 to bovea lo 2 .... ..:.:r. Lois 14 to 22,1 rodd cch; lots 22 to ?" roodaoos ech--. allotmchta 2 to 4. and l to'15 of sctloo 3. ' ThiooaP'oot psoot'lc'?' oltooo lots ts £1 "oe 00.5

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

On the 22nd instant, at her renidonce, Auburtnnstreet, Mrs. WII.LIA.M FLETCIIEII, Of t dnughtuer.. ED~ . dadl·rAMY,, JN 27,i86. WE'IWD~ES DAY . JUNE~ ~27, gl66P.

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COUNTRY NEWS. INVERALOCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

. '(Fiovi a CodreCoindent.) iiecd.the i'rturn: of ,fineweather, mosn .,of the ;settlers in:this delightful part of the districte have dben' busily engaged nsoing , while'lhioso who were unable to plough their lanids' 'espcialsy' on stubble.agrOuilu'ddr.ng:'the ,coentinuliae of wet weathir, are now diligently speediTig,the plough. I believe that'?: n'tidnuilly large quantity of cereals will be sown this yearasaour farmers anticipate an increased priqe ,for their graii after :thq ensuing harveis to meet the requirements of the population 6*lih'sib likely' 'tb'o asbemBIr'at Kiaindra and other gold-fields in its vicinity. It is to be hoped that the "expectations oT our agriculturists will not be dis appointed, for last season:'provedd.a: ry disastrous one to. several settlers, .the.fruits being comipletely destroyed by:late frosts,:,and on 'some-farms the wheat was cut to pieces by a tremendous hailstorm, accompanied by thunderandlightning, on Christmas The great requirement of this pla...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

Tilelongthy odeilnco given before the Le-is iltive Assembly, on tho spbject; of tile l]til way .opartnenot, hie noi?, boeen published. tl"Is a great mass of ossertion and contra diotion-nicc usation' and rccriminntion. Butll out ofall:;this, one tfict stimnds frth veryi ]i'~ine'mintly, and tlnt i,isth that tlj-16yoal E?ngineer dcepartmentl has impirted tsirit spiri of procrastination and cireoinlocotion.: into the I '-department of internal commnnications." The railways:have not aso yet made very rapid progress, yet their superintendencie lias beeon most costly. Firist Wne hve :Secretary for Works at 1500, n-year, and an Under Secretary at £800, which it -wa lately pro posed to incrense to £1000. Those officials know nothing at all about' rnilwy.s, and do not pretendl to ins such l:kowlee, Next comes theo Chief Commnissioner, at £1500 a yoar. All he knows. about railwnavsis theoretichi, :iccording rto his ow acff ouhnt': so he feels hliind to line tlhv manaosement to tihe Enginer-in...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

LOCAL JIN1~ýTJEIGENOVC.'. TFr. Goi.i ESCOT leaves. for Sydney this mom-e Ing,'conveyi.g'tu l6»'flini g pIFWcels'of gld':-' From Goiilbhrn............... . ..... 505 6 9.' S Kiaodra ........................ 1573.9 12 , i;,,]Braida:ood: ;;......... 1915':'17:.' :;ri.^^*..?'.l.? *",i,' -. *;' ":? ...; ' 4,^s.i·u t ' Thisis i.'very satlsrioryyield; hbili fro Ba ,vood andiKiandra, espcially from the former. l? mi st bd' orse in mind that the Braidwood escort now starts weekly, instead of fortnightly. Tun SsowYr tIVEnI.-The escort inform us that on Saturday it was snowing hqqavily at. Kiandra,nand thatLthbp -sim.s,night viheni tliey werej iat "'Rudell' it ainoe very hard.: fhefdiggers at, the inao-mile, 1lishi sand1 ?dn ih'e loSnwy Plain 'wier 'ding w~ell. -PirtiF y had turned thq river, dald werelnoi.wortki'ag in its bedI: Tlie cold was not very sever.,. On ?itur'idý rilglit"twvi Clihiilahý'en ivere caughti6obbilg6i a sluice of the washing-stuff, and wore taken into custoiy. It was expec...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

(From a . Corrapondcat.) -. This pilacrm' r ifir;t location, hbasi-be ~ #ife much leoglected db~the go'vriimoent.'. It i:a ,woiider.' that it has retained its iab'abitaints so6' lbtrig; but if it"" is not 'ldooke'd after shortly by' the government, I thinik'the inhabitants will soon hIave to make their e'it; for as weo are at present without proper roads and bridges, if swe do not cut short our tenure, we will have to stay helie altogether, andi be shut out frbm the rest of the coldny. These few remarks have been suggested to meb owing to a meeting having been,held tile other day at the Travellers'. - Ilomie, t ke ink t ifo coisidmrtioir the i'propriiety' of " poltitoning the government to send up a suroveyor to surveyo thoe..road betieen Lake George nnd this plide, forat preseit' innuinerable creeks arrest the progreiss of traellers' cornmig to Gendaroo. 'There. is another line of.road other than the mail road (the . markted?iree line). froin Collector to Gundaroo, and it li??iivis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

NOTICE. II. WILSON BEGS to inform his friends and customers that, on the Ist of July, he intends re-opening his old house, Tho Market House Tavern, and with civility and good attention he hopes to gain a share of their patronage. 5708 FaPt Wethers for Sale. SFLOCK ot ONE TOUSAND) ONE HUN L bDRED very FAT WETIIEIS; will avcrage 70 lbs.· GEORGE CAMPBELL. Dluntroon, Quncanboyan, 20th June, 1860. 5761 SHEPHERD AND CO., Darling Nursery, Sydney. EsTAuLIeusD 1827. IRUIT TREES, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and F' Flowering Plants, in largo variety. Shepherd and Co.'s long experience has enabled them to adopt a syrstem of packing suitable to a trying climate like this. Priced Catalogues forwarded on application. SHEPHERD and CO., 5759 Darling Nursery, Sydney. Wreck of the Royal Charter. T HE nccount of the wrecke of the Royal Clmrter, Scompiled by Frank Fowler, now selling at the reduced price of One Shilling, At the IIerald Book Mart. Books of Games. SOYLE'S and BOB SHORT'S games of CARDS, SWHI...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

PAlt~lSAMIJUN'VARY. MAr. PLVi:Eirr resumed thle debate upon Br. l)aryallta motion.for_ going into. committeceo.. con sidertIe amendments in thelndemulty Bill on ,hich hit. 1 ?l?h li hadinmivedstn imoendment toj the effect ihatcihe IiusLe woilrl0prpded rio'further ic;the con. sideraiinoa- thu same: :Mit Puinccrr moadeliight of tie qulestion, contending that rthuIudemicnity Bill conld not be looked upon as a money'lBiltB - j The amendments were supporiedh-aloo?Gy- ifessra. Keonp, Samuel.. jddingtou,, rorater, A.?tumph'elt,. Itlaeli nail by hl. Dirvanl in reply £he atolowia' gllilcimed. aLoke!..in oppSitiona to the'Ca?uiil's ran en dment k:--Windey , o r kes, loskios, and Torry. ' , .. . .0 . rhe house divided he motion t he word proposed to be onitted tisid partlof tdi qlonstion, with IC ayes anld 31 noes. wMr. Goauos aendmoo ent "That the houase de elines forthberjo ddibCiir tih? bill," woas ?isert?ed in jplaihe of thi6 ords sitrick oat, hby 1 to"10 C The quesioisn;e ot a?dorned ,il ...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

i'Sonday,'l i -iri iXiESl idS '-ih Chin eip. ishio S h the Monday,'IN a uim(iSa'the l township; throuigh the falling, in of the-ashaft: *Ti'ere 'beng n ho -magitatea at hand; a sort of investigation was instituted by the doctor, and Iregret to Icaru'ttat imuch dissatifaion is expressed by the iihabitanlEs'thit' thoecorpse was interred in the Christian burial ground, and:that the pra3 ers of tlle Church ofFEhiglad should .have been" read over the "grave. -Surely scuh moc?kery should not be toleratedl" buttwhat cannot.be cured'?iust; I suppose, be endured;as' hereswe'have no legal functionary to appeal to,-so that law, order, and the yioultion ofthb customs of.civilized societyiallshare, tihesamo e:fate...;. -;; , -.J ,.;i ;- ,!,*;..! 1 1.*;. ' i"AGIAsrATE.- -Mr. ,' Samuel:. Smith,;i, J.P.,,..of: 1%ulgunnis, latterly residing in Sydney, an extensive landh olderat,Tuensa, visited: up on!hThursday, 'and. from him" learu that the government. bad.appointed... Mr., Commissioner Kiugsbury; ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

* EJiNGLISII RXTRACT'S. I ·-.--C ExsrnAonumNAhn Case OP ROBBRn Y, &c., :Ie.o.! nDDtNeT6ONesquAn.-C?harlortte Eliza liil~'Beantimont, l:te'a sezivant of all-work in ilis fziiily o6f Mri Lombard, a gentleman of -o;'iorety; residing at 10, Addington-square, Camberwell, and who has been in custody since tihe 19th: instant on two separate chariges, .theo' one with stealing £60, the :lobperty of her master, and the other with tiidugi?g her master's niece, a young woman nineteen years of age, and who, it is said, is entitled to considerable property, to leave the house of her-uncle for improper prinposes, was brought op at Lambeth police-court, on re loand. It will be recollected that the Ir'isoner and her young mistress left the house of her master on the night of Saturday, the 11th of last montlh, andcthough every effort ihad been made to trace them, nothing had beeon heard of their residence until the morning of the 0th instant, wlen they were foundtl in a coflf'eeo-sliop in Lon...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

. ELECTC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAT-Ju?SE 20. r;7.A.discussion -is now going ion in' the lAssorire ly, arisintg oul of a.complaint made by .the Speaker; tlihilthe 'government had nota-'ctei oa li" recosi mendatiunl ot Captain Finch, as successor to .Lr. Staudrh, popromotiedto be usher of. the black-rod.,,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

TO COkRESPONX)D1TS . Vood~omp~i( , to ..roo torrofloniEfd; ll of t r t rtots questod to to bfril--VUYtoJ gtbyi.ttot toojottow to *. nserttd. Correspondents raindedo that we poto to tnsert o ettr s that arm w iten Intet h t tilt -e aresttayn rrcitinq .mmunitatons, t& )rlrhisplendJi awybnlun thot wr aill carrct malqtonkr.?'-,tlts ratnat ada iunotof loar tha it tco aanlo. tr ti oto to aidtto which we pm ootn un*ablo to do motre thanl gles at ih wr.trr'O munlnlg

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE TB T removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next .. door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. 0PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, THOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. * MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONfIONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, N~eit the VZetropolitan Hotel. 5417 . Colonial Produce Sales. IlE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, Severy FRIDAY, at their froduce Stores, 66, RKing-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at the usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. DURHAM and IRWIN, - Anctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. MR. MONTAGUE BEALE, FROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and ? SIMS, Ipswvi...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

~~I)Nl~· rh I clAY. J~eeg7 7d 0 , 4 04 0 TJLIUaY ·t·.SLIAY·.· 7Y 7 10 4 04 0I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

TO TIIE PUBLIC. jWING to the greatincreake in the businessof the C. Gouslburn lleralsl.' olfee, itwa-s found necee .Snteylt~ d ydaro ao to secure additional premises ad noining those that had hitherto been oecpiod; and e.ho..samo. ineresos -continuing, the proprietor-has again, found tthe accommodation afforded'by these premiseli t?dosishll for the- iniitruoed isachilery the ecxtension of his business has rendered necessary, and which:linow ihortly expected? a? aoive in the colony. At very. coniderable expense, therefore;n printing ofice;snuperior a 'size anind completeness to any out of Sydney, has just been erected ,in. the most central ,*ipart ofthe town; 'drd thitiher the busitiess' of the oflice., hai been remoi;ed; and kill from ahd after to day..be carried on. , ; s Tl'hea best thahks of thproprietor are idue for the degree of support, whichi his justified himo in tating S.thin step :'..: The nes premises immediately adjdin the Atil,. tralian Store. 'tllerald' t).ie, 12th f[a...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

* KIANDRA"'. (F'rom a Correspondent.) A PUBLIC meeting was held at the Empire Hotel Kiandra, on Monday, the 18th day of June, in consequence of a report having reached some parties that the government had, in answer to a memorial addressed to them by the Tumut people, expressed their unwillingness to improve the road thence to Kiandra. John Kennedy, Esq., occupied thie chair, and said that land had been sold in the Tumut district, in large quantities and at very high rates. He thought it was only just to them as well as to those parties coming to Kiandra, and also to those at present located there, that a road leading to such a splendid agr1cultural district as the Tumut should be im proved. They could not only obtain flour from that district, but also. the luxuries of life, for some parties had gone to a great expense in cultivating vineyards and apple orchards. He would not detain the meeting further, but would call upon Mr. Charles Cowper, junior, to move the first resolution. Mr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SONG OF THE YOUNG AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

ORIGINAL POETRY.             SONG OF THE YOUNG AUSTRALIAN.   HAMILTON HENDERSON.   God gave us the land when Time began, That man should earn his meat,           Then the squatter came 'twixt God and man,     And said " thou shalt not eat !"   We toil and moil and dig the soil, But never a rood have we, For the squatters hold both holt and wold, And mountain strath and lea.   And shall we then deny us men, And bow to the vulgar hordes— And fawnsing on unlettered knaves, Accept them as our lords?     In the days of old when hearts beat bold To the flap of Freedom's wing,   The dust at our feet was the winding sheet That wrapt a headless king.*     Are we happier now? No; the millions bow   ...

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SYDNEY Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

Y. iD N EYou ,R . ? g oo; .Jf;?cte o e " Monday, 4 p.m. Ti h tgie majority' of tle Assemblj iho resented the interference of the nominees with thie Indemnity Uill, by decliningK to ,proceod .ony ? fu rther {.wi hlhit dhsoos that at 'leca t.o mt'.ni ' ~aic?siiins ihe'ltihbrl party can prove ilsdlt to.be smethiig minaorethiiWa myth. Whlat a pity it is that the members who comprise it cannot act together generally, and by their united force, overpower that phalanx of ob. structlinists whoso aim-now no longer c?malcd-.. ii: io deliF t til the ohJtj s lfj th tl; e Elttdtni'al? c?, to'plac'thl4igs as jthlej were; iljd abtbithll; to(don, ';r tlthepjt atttng holdings, as nearly as pcaeItjahle, ittt freehenldt?. It: dniy, , iuiires' d little ijinicy id? coirage;? for, the diScrdiditible dnoner in 'w.ieh Messrd. )rrvell, Plrunkett;' Mauclea and othiers, " turned tail" uand got out of the ]louse before this final division, shows that tliy want that "stamina" which is always attendant ipon a go...

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