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Goulburn Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Goulburn, New South Wales H to men who Sald they were so to. to play with them. Tihe Ete of course were and reported the 5ffir of a downright robbery. Besides the Booth Lic was re ported to have passed the Road Ore " Dyas Sead Oer wednesday the Day previous on saturday last a Man Brume re John for twas a knitted into Tihe Goulburn Hospital iut Orieg from asthma. L1 did of the blowing store a inquest Las Asilla been held and a a direct to turned of death from natural Wusels. Der Earl was n a Villec Wrightl Wasll forty seven years be and had been Sui erring Frodo a Atli Cioe of tie age for a Long time past. T0lgol ,-t.he escort arrived last evening Ith 1260 on. 10 dts. 16 Girs. Of Golt from Bur of and 1009 Ops. 7 owls. 3 Gre. From Adelong. To Rialto Soo Oast or the of Eilets of the or Winter and tile old feed we Lic irs been succeed. D by drier weather still have made Corsi Dorable Slemec amongst the herds of the Dif Brent settlers to tots District and a Large number of cattle have die indeed we Are i Formel that or. William 1e? of Urran dlr a is lost so metering Litke Iree read. Tie poor animals reduced to skeletons of wreak from want of proper Roluri Sliment crawl to tie nearest water holes to Lake their thirst and Hern they once gelt Irto tie water they Are too talk to gel out again and consequently Dio. Numbers of Tilte Are perishing a this Way but we sincerely Trust that the rain so Kaitly wanted and so Long expected and which has been tar entering for sore Days past Oill soon fall and cause the grass to Spring up and Tereby relieve thie settlers from tile heavy losses Loach appear looming in the raid Wood observer. Pm. s few Days ago i ipod be Opportunity of seeing thie above in operation. Thie appellation is tile Oneas in use irn thie Neighbour Hood but it by no Means applies to thie apparatus. Bitle first place tre instrument is not or plough it is fir More of a scarified or scuffle and Hier Eirl per hips is one of its chief advantages tie grow rat is completely broken up and the weeds and rubbish list esd of being buried As they a Ouhl be by tie plough Are left on thie top to be tokens by Tihe horror. Agnir in thie Ordinary plough ring Ai thin slice of land in Many cases a very thin one is just torred Over Andi Tihe subsoil is pressed harder by Tihe Erey instrument but by the method w a Are a pealing of ate ground is stirred to or Good depth without Ajoury to the subsoil. The land operated upon hrs not been tilled for several years andr a finer crop of Couch is not often to be seen freely interspersed with tussocks of native grass Andl roots of thie Dock of Rill have been freely distributed by the late floods. Jiso circus stances combined Witholt the Long continued drought would Shiavo rendered it All but irn possible to have Ploug led thle land by the Ord Luary process arid Bulloch Power and yet it was being turned up at the rate of from t Lureo to four acres per Day at a Cost of ten shillings per nere. Yudler favourable or even Ordinary circumstances thie re salts would doubtless be far More favourable. Still it must be confessed thie work does not present the rns oae neat appearance no a Well poor third Field and perhaps to the eyes accustomed to thie division of a held into lands with furrows for drainage bet Woer it May be thought unsatisfactory. We should like to see it tested by a wet season being of opinion that thie land will require More drainage. Halo waver in a country like this subject As owe Are to droughts and floods and where labour is often scarce and dear an apparatus of this kind most be of vast importance Wulich will much worke at Small Cost and it Well even under unfavourable circumstances especially in a District like this where in Conse Quence of tile smallness of thie holdings and the almost total want of pasture land sour agriculturists Are under thie necessity of going on thie roads after their ploughing is Over in order to provide food for their teams there s a Good Trine Corling. Perhaps at no very Distant Day the steam plough will to seen going from form to farm to till the ground As thoe steam thrashing machine does now after Char Vest. Wait a Little Camden correspondent Empire. Tri question of thie Neces sity of an upper Blouse in this Colony Ihas twice been discussed in thie shall of Tho school of arts lately. T in subject was introduced by or. Andrew Aram Strong who Cor tended that the legis Litimo Council was worse than a useless and expensive toy. In. Wentworth will think West Maitland a degraded Hole when he bears that the majority of thie Sipe alters Ned members of thie school of arts agreed we itch or. Armstrong. The Ltd hence applauded every respectful allusion to the British a Constitution but laughed at any attempt to compare tile House of worlds to the legislative Council of new South correspondent of the Empire. Acci errant air tuesday afternoon fatal Accident occurred to John Deeann one of Tihe punt men at Iio Wlong. Lar. Lewis of Chiltern was desirous of crossing some cattle and deceased was helping to drive them up. His horse propped and in Row him on his head whereby tie base of the Skull Woas fractured severely. Or. Coatings of Al Bury was fetched but help was unavailing and Tihe Man died the next 3banrner. Morte few Days ago tile Orange mail was stuck up by six armed Bush rangers who Floe cod seventeen passengers and decamped with six watches and about one Hundred and fifty pounds in Money. The Driver was tied by thie hands to a tree and so were several of. Tie passengers but one of them managing to free his hands released Hris companions and brought intelligence of tie affair to Captain Batty. A Van full of passengers was also stuck up a Fec Days ago by one Man who forced each of the passengers to dismount Bandtl hand out their valuables. Thie same Man attempted to stick up Lar. Reeman but was unsuccessful As our worthy townsman Kino Keld the robber Down with is f St and Rode away. Some persons say that mar. Reeo Mno Rould have secured the robber but we Are of opinion that be acted both sensibly and judiciously for had the Man been apprehended anti accused it would have Cost Imp. Fire Eminian at least Twenty pounds Togo to Goulburn or Yans and Prosce Uto him or. Godfrey also had a narrow escape. Let had a Stout whip and brought his would be robber to the ground a l Oeter Tooh Etoy was fired at a few ago by a Bushranger on the Cowra Donadt. In was called upon to stand but did not answer to Call and was accordingly aimed at and missed. Thie diggers from this neighbourhood Are All anxious to get away to the now zealand Al Dorado and of course the loafers and thieves who live by preying upon Tihe industrious Are anxious to follow them. Zience tie frequency of robberies and Pound rings and the insecurity of life and property of Burra Ngong. A mesas. Cobb of thle commercial and Prenshaw and Deacon of the Oan Clr of new South Wales were out on Hora Bacler in the direct or of the Cala baser on wednesday afternoon when they wore in formed by a number of drayman whom they met Thant a Busah Ranger was on the Road sticking up every passed poor who happened to come up. We have no doubt from what we have heard that thie robber saw Nthole three gentlemen to whom we have referred and printed till they had passed As be stuck up several Duys immediately before they came up and several others immediately after they hard passed. We Only regret that a meeting did not take Placo As from what we Inow of the gentlemen referred to we feel assured that some Sharp play would have occurred and another Rascal added to the list of prisoners in the courier. Fun us Rosno Aht Iri Rossi of err tint duts a toy. Went by Orler of Klyr a rothers damned r an drive uni is. O on account e of Heth brands Erl Novarr May Mourer Lille tote Borndt Olieo l near Ethan Ulder Bike a Creeting East linear i gee hero Lowe in used it cent Anda Hart 1idosutyl t , on Olton from Ingle place thud tuy Ihone no party Dart tres endear Leteir is. Pcs i sece Llo Glbert Trontl err Tanare it Roant bal. Inek it or lieu off a Tae Pete us blu11oclr, Litus ii ols rur am smirked t?pottet1itfr, will reito Brand off Ruth cens Lre Knelt extras Walterry Poley Rove jul Conjoint Anpo Tab Georry snore Titus i. Ruerup itt Gublo Girrard Noer oils car Roet need ? Intro bul ctr it Riebs Nensa Crep 3 near the the darts Noe tit Bull Ore j it Over of Rump. Ear a erect Brostuen Horo. Treet re Heaed c Lluri to Soety your Alsys from rats of Publ too Tson Grill to . Ii Ltd . Cd. Ispou.? not or Ireon Ler Lutr Misti 8opternbuer, fess lot Orl adors be i altar on Rhet e fire 1 run Taitu roof ribs. Of Rolt Rel tedrus Cit Ttoe Maud on the 13mh 5 aes Loeo poinrldtrieetor.8 at Xirui Nimrod on tile Lttie pets Lnor Crown a Rel the la Hui a. Mistry 0dam act Idso Sriri Virg f Lihue stories i ores or Ner should the i Dao reerin0 Blackar ill rep he thu feet1 i Lac in a ill o in off Rah Nilder Utens Volt tulle Eor Bury Mare idl Cei poor its tins5 Tvr Lunt be Waltl oter i near Senon Ulder it of sir Elldor. Minot Eitl Luln Twenty Onia Days Crown dusts of Pul ller still be solos. Aal Cru to. Olla. I y. Thun Nat so str Zil in 18. Iii the l oils live Council a petition was present cd from brisk Tuo w or angst the abolition of state nid. Tio private Lunatic asylums Bill was advanced a so o in commit too. A a adjourned debate on Tho of second i Diug of to 311 was Robu Monod by or Campbell who expressed his intention to vote of galust the Bill since the was afraid if Staten id were with drawn the a hurls in the Interior would nil be closed. In con fessed was loess with list in the Virgy now tin in thle lathers of the Church or close thins Oid would not be r quire. Mir. Me Arthur would Volte for the Bill believing the voluntary principle had proved us Cesnul wherever it had been tried. Oln tile motion of Mir. Itie Pii the Deblose was adjourned till wednesday a to Titke Picc Decicc of All other business. The Council then and Journo. In the legislative Assembly a petition was presented to Friom Williom i Henry Willilams a squad str at time Billet Bong comp Linini of Looss Suot lined by the Slaughter of his cattle Nunder tile cattle ise Anse l prevention act. The Toune went into committee of Supply thing up the consideration of thie supplementary Esli Muntesa for 18g2. Let sum of �1875 13s. Wins greed to to meet expenses attendant oni opening Movw telegraphic ext Loi ions after a discussion of the effect fineness of Tihe gun Nantees Given for the Fidelity of Public servants. £_550 is. 8d. Was proposed i to Defroy expense is connected with the try Dock. Or. Driver objected to the salary of a shipwright As by. Mar. Arnil i explained and Tihe item was carried. £746 wins a a Rcd to for harbours onid Rivers. £41,650 Woas proposed fur Roatus Lind Bridges. Objection wans to Kent to �300 being grilled As Oul Ihry to or. Id. 0. Moriarty As Counnis Boner for roads. Or. Arnold hell think it Wabun unreason Oblo and min just to a Thant gentlest to to All the world of Road com missioner in us lotion to those of ing Loneer for Iha Bours without . Sir. I Al Mir noved tile omission of the item thei often being in tis Opil Mion . The on the dillo irent lines ought to be . After a protracted debate the �300 was rejected by 18 to 15, Ond the re Manning portion of the item �41,350 was passed without division. £11,4107 7n. L. Was proposed for Public Worlin nid Bui Lingis. With reference to the items of �120, for in Public Pound in Sydney it Waus explain edit that it was the intention of the government to Creet the Pound in another locality to n the present. An item of �385 is f or furniture for Public Ollices elicited considerable Debatto. Or. Arnold and knitted Thant a piano had been Pur chased for thie use of House. Lin wans strongly by Many Honor Abl numbers onland justified by the Secretary for works and the colonial Secretary the latter gentleman explaining that an old piano which hand been purchased with Puchio Money hadit Bee sex cd Nogest for a new one. Sir. W. Forster charged the governor with becoming a political Purt Zuan and it party to jobs. I Heo original proposed vote was agreed to after a motion to expunge �250 for the erection of n Purling entry staid in thie Domain hand been negatived by 23 to 3. £185 s. 9d. Were voted for expenses of reporting on Sites of Bridges and design for now houses of parliament. A further Oum of �7500 for a wharf at Ull Adulin and �3500 for improvement of River to be raised by loan were proposed and after Somo remarks in opposition on Tihe ground that Theo items were to be raised by loan were agreed to. Tihe Sumlyn of �8093, votes of unexpended balances now required was agreed to. Tile commit too reported and the Touso then adjourned. Jlniday5-seprtmlm? or 10. In the Assembly or. Lang moved the third Reading of the Law of primogeniture abolition Dill which was carried by 20 to 11. On tile Hen. And Rev. Member making Tihe usual motion fixing Tihe title of the Bill As it stood Imp. Hart moved Thant it should to altered to a Bill to alter tile succession of heal state in cases of in after a Brief discussion Tho alteration was agreed to. Lir. I Loryd moved that the Sale of colonial wines regulation Bill be read a second time. Lar. Dat Gar moved that the Bill be real a second time that Day Moath on Tihe ground that a Public meeting had beet Helt against thie Bill and that in tending petitioners on Tihe Subero jct ought to be heard. Or. To skins supported Ethie amendment on account of Tio vast number of persons whose interests would be Al acted by the Bill and Walo in Justice ought to be heard on their own behalf or. Start insisted that the allegation that Tihe interest of the publicans would be Ift eted by the Moro extensive use of a lighter beverage than Waves commonly sold in Publio la uses was in itself a Strong argument in favour of the Bill. Or. Wilson though in favour of free Trade in All intoxicating liquors was of opinion that to pass this Bill without reduction of thle publican s License fee would be a fraud upon that class. Mar. Tiar Pur had changed his opinion in favour of removing restrictions from the Sale of Lovail wince from listing that these wines were not to be got at Public houses. Or. Dalgleish denied this statement of or. Harpur and opposed the Bill. Or. It Obertson would not consent to give privileges to one class while refusing them to another. The Bill would i shanties on every run in the country. Or. Piddington supported the Bill As encouraging Tho Sale of All innocent beverage. Or. Allen denied that the Bill would encourage Alsa lies. Or. Lang admitting that a More general use of colonial wines would promote the Caus of temper Ance opposed the Bill As unjust to the publicans. Or. Lucas held tilt none of thie considerations adduced ought to stand in tile Way of a measure tending to discourage intemperance. Or. 8adlleir amid or. Liori arty supported the Bill. Or. A Olroyd showed that the publicans bad had plenty of Timon to petition against the Bill and expressed his intention to introduce in committee additional safeguards against certain abuses apr blended from tile Bill. Lar Dick and or. Raper supported Mir. Driver opposed the Bill. Air. Caill Tell Hought Ash balance of argument to be in favour of thu Bill or. Botton opposed Tih Bill As a breach of Faith to the publicans. The amendment was negatived by 21 to 16, and the second Reading carried by a similar division. On clause 1 being proposed or. Wilson proposed an amendment to to lows of tile Sale of Brandly Hli Sty and ale on the Saume terms As colonial wine if made from colonial Grain. The amendment weas being discussed when Mir. Holroyd moved that thie chairman report Progress and Asle leave to sit again in a fortnight which wans agreed to without division. After some other business or. Lang moved that thie House resolve itself into committee to Wonsitler the propriety of granting a Bonus for the encourage ment of Cotton growing. The honorable gentleman announced himself As a free trader in principle but hold tit desirable in certain cases to encourage Thel of Livator of soil into now end untried speculations Likely to result it the establishment of fresh branches of motion having been agreed to r. Lang moved a Resolution fixing the proposed Bounty at sixpence per Pound for sea Island and three Ponce for in Larlor Cotton. Title Resolution Anst opposed by or. Dal Gleisb or. Faucett att or. Wilson and supported by or. Lanti lir. Lucas Lar. 1i Torster or. Stewart and Moi Elgar in t Neno Tion of or. Ihl Ostins thie Alouso resum Sie Andl the cd Halerman obtained leave to sit again on f i Doe next. Dtho lot also shots adjourned to Theo usual hour on tuesday. Syi Ney summary., tin Hon. Rates silent of Thio per Blouse or. Wenit Worth gave a grand Ball o we Noeda Vul Onnig last to which the Lon umbro of Thel upper a Louse Thi minister nid a Largo number of Loding Wero invited. The Hion Ohrablo Gnu Tilomai purpose Ioa Vilog for England ii Hiti o Tober mail. Cons Lier Able speculation a or Vail a to Hill probable Maucea or the to hopi no Amui test All thie conflict Haig and Chang Pablo r i motor to which Thio appoint dict Hon Given Rise on act Tilida out Coho Ray Goough anti that is that thie existing Constitution of the upper 1house in exp chel to Reno la Nindie in Rod. Thin very cot canoes on iat Hrent with i Ion thin object. Of Tho Roost Denooy in beginning Hobo Ilis Euseide no Ion that Tih Billet is of toned upon no a porn another instalment of the now South i Wales nub script Linbell in Aid of the Linc Ndahiro 1 is Reno fund was act Homo by the inst mail. T to tre Nauborn remitted �3600j which som will Nomakeo a total of �17,100 already forwarded from tile Colony ill Aid of this fund. Thle 1iublicais of Sydney Are about to present Petit Iris against Tihe colonial Wii s Hill Intro sliced by or. A Hiroyo the member Larram Oata. The principal eject Sills to i Etc Mesu Coure Are that it Wou Hll encourage Bly Greg Selling to a great extent Andl Oil in Rato Ila est Sli Astly tools ads the License old Victualler who pay a heavy Feio Iii finlly for the privileges they enjoy ill thle Way of the Trade. I Theo Man Smithl Wito was run Over by one of tie rail Voy trains near i end itch Las site died. An inquest was held of Friday when a verdict of aces lentil death wans real Reed. No blame is attribute of to thie railway officials. Mir. Mac if inlay the explorer old Ai portion of his Porty arrived in Sydney oni sunday morning. T Hie Lite old says Muchl Surls Iso was caused on Friday last by tile announce men t slut the Southi australian expedition which was Despyna telcy last year fro ii Adellide in search of tie lost victorian arrived at port Denison by Way of the Gulf of Carpell Taria Anrold doubts were in Soen quarters expressed As to the Corret Tesso of the report. To Whoso doubts Werc however set at rest Yeste div Morlino by the arrival by thle ice Zelthia from of or. Me Killay Tihe Leader of the expedition or. Middleton the second in command re Bandtl four of tie Moe the rest having retained a Bel Hitold to port Eti son and Oci Hampton. Or. Mcl Kinley Speaks generally in Favio Traxtle terms of the country Tell rough who icel is passed Between tie Gulf of Carpentaria Slid port i Enison near to the Nior Thiern coast there is a Large extent of country Well adapted for sleep and cattle thl Cro is silo to the South of the Stony desert a great Deal of file pasture inc. The Blanc is with Whlon Lar. Csc inlay fell in with were mostly Friendly tid Somo of them rendered him considerable ass Issaic. Only on Ose Oce Cison was any hostility Echo uttered. Very few a hulks were met with Between Halo g of and port Dennison but they were very Nti Netrous to thie Soult of the Stony desert. A complimentary dinner Wasi Given to or. Leicil a Ailt party at port Denison on the Eveo of their departure from that 13y Way of California two Days later news had been received fromn tie american states. There Hadl have no further fighting Andt Tihe position of the Belli Leres had no lot up to that time undergone material change. T Chi confederates at Rich Lomond were re ported to Ibe in great to numbers with abundant or Tiller and full of confide no. " the Lerald states thut Ile celebrated colonial race horse Veno at present the property of mar. Lig Gerosin of i iary Vale is about to be disposed of by Rafilon of fifty members at .2 2s, each. T he preciso cause of Hiis owner parting with tie brass old nig has not transpired but possibly it Many be that lie is not i a position to keep Hiis Favorito in that condition of i honourable be which Boullt at la attend him in title event of Hiis falling into Tihe hands of some More Cal thy admirer who May be desirous of having a spicy looting had for Light town work. Whatever the cause however Lohere is o doubt la tithe i list will speedily the railing is to Takeo place at tat Corsall son lion Day next. Star i Lect Ito Weltle Oita tuesday evening. Mckinlay Hans left Sydney for Adelaide. Thile Helillo contest is proceeding at Randwick. The Council is in committee on the real p property Bill. The Assembly is discussing Mir. Driver s motion for Leavo to introduce a Bill to repeal thle new police act. A Telegram from Orange ans ounces the arrival of two of the supposed escort robbers in Irons who were Arre Toedt by sir ". Pot linger. A Cather very warm and Bush. Fires frequenting Ethel outskirts of by duty. Tuesday morning. At the Braidwood yesterday Ilic key and Wyese r were convicted a of Highway Rob Bery Tondu sentenced to five years Oil the roads. Shale to was tried for horse Stenling convicted and sentenced to two years on the roads. To Day afternoon. Tile escort tales Down 1151 Ops. 6 id tvs. 14 Gro. Of Gold Friom raid Tood Andl 45 Ops. 2 owls. 10 Gas. From Kiandra. To Day opening. Gold Field hero is looking up. A Tut got weighing 35 Oes. Was found by two men to Day and prospects Are Good. Queanbeyan. 1rfe a Mie ing of Mei. I/ an s two o clock on saturday last a numerous meeting of the electors was held at time court House Queanbeyan to express their dial probation of the conduct of the represent Cativo of the clue Corate. The chair was occupied by j. J. Wright esq., j.p., who commenced the proceedings by read ing the advertisement in the Golden age convening the meeting. Their object was to Call on their repro Send Rativo in parliament to resign Hlis Trust Hlis Coll duct deserved Public censure and As one who took an Active part in Tihe election of or. Redman Hie the chairman Felt he Wohld be wanting in his duty if the shirted from coming Forward to express Hiis concur rence in Tihe Public dissatisfaction that prevailed. Or. Reidman s parliamentary conduct had been Dis creditable and unfaithful lie had not fulfilled his Promise he had not attended the Alouso i he had slighted his constituents and his country s interests and it was the duty of this meeting to Call on him to resign or. A. Wotherspoon moved the first Resolution Luht this meeting considers that or. Let Man thie rec Ott Tive of this Ine Tsy Hite disc Etc rim Ili Regis Othlo Dut Leli and e sri Olivent neglect or their Loresto of cruel sit cloth to their Furt Edc Toni Debec and they thiere. Fore re truest that he will without further delay resign a Trust Hie Masieo 0long1 neglected. Ii the mover Felt it his duty to come Forward and speak his mind. Ito had voted for or. Hedman but it was a Falso Stop. Lie would Rathier be in repro tested than Lave Sta representative so destitute of Public honour As or. Redman was. A had ignored Lis Cone it Lents he cared nothing for their interests but More for his own Privato interests if he could not command Means of support without going to the Lachlan to practise his profession he was not fit for parliament 1i might have done much for the District but had failed. Thley once had a gentleman to represent them a mail of honour and Talent but their glory had departed if Mir. F Oetlor had Only concede to the wishes of thie electors Hie would have represented them to this Lany. Or. Ledman seemed proof against the with ring ridicule of Tihe press but Hie trusted that meeting would place him in a position in which if Hie had a spark of honour the would fool that Hole had no right to sit in which no Man of Fine senso would keep his seat and he should pity or. Ledman if he kept his seat after it. T he Resolution null was seconded by or. D. Cameron and carried or. Morton ih1n proposed that the chairman be re Quested to communicate the above Ruso Lutton to or. Redmaon. Lie thought it not necessary to add anything to who the previous speaker had said but after the part he took at or. Idman s election he Felt that he ought to speak out his mind in disapproval of or. Red Man s conduct. They ought to Call on him As one Man to resign and thu is save Thymol is fros Dis Grace and show that they were not a party to his conduct. Or. John Gillespie seconded Tho Resolution which was carried unanimously. Alter the Nikoll formalities the meeting broke up set Ember 2211d, 182. Tal Talca. 1from our . We Lavo had Intro rain since any last with very heavy squalls of wind and Cho temperature has been very Low till tile last two Days which spite of rather Severo frosts at night have icon very warm the rain fell very opportunely to save somen of Ilse crops which were begin whig to show signs of want of moisture but these hard Frost will retard themis again and i fear will not be of Muchi service to tit Early blossoming fruit Trees. Woolhether from Theo change of Teiper Atchee or from soma0 other Causse i know not but a great wilmber of people both Yoning and Oli Aro comp Laiwong of coughs nil colds in this Anid Siomo cases Are rather lib Stinette being in reality a Cort of incl Linzea coat sing great depression Andi Well Ness. I have often Icci spoken about the want of some thing in Tihe shape of police prozac lion in Tio part of the District and the necessity for it Lhasa become very apparent lately. A tradesman in Tyhie Villno having lost c valuable horse some Short time Eago Olff bred a Reward for its recovery ithe animal was brought Back to Hiim Anil the Reward pail but the nex t Dlay the horse died i Avila been rid Dulen to death now it is Woll pc Iowa if not exactly who took Tohe Hore who was Riding him when to was Way old who Clui Tedt the i Hobbs tent there on the Home with enl to Arl y i it Brough lit him to the of ruler Foulton Hin. I Don t chitin Lihe oat or will to Allon Hwel to drop without Soi Steps taken to gift it thoroughly. I Inam giant to Tunde Ritonia that Somo of the it Tritos concerned a it tits Tonso drove a lot of tor it n Soltel it them t the listing final it would Lorve Ben list As Ell if the mob Oul tid it Leo Berto t Xam Nied fir it is undeniable Enthat a parcel of Fellows comte of Whitem More lads without a horse Belon Ging to Thein Tiare of tinally Riding Ovcar the Rutt a tit Dri Vitigo horses Iway itt a which Hley have n of the Shadow Oit f it la mini n i us Tsotigh it me it try is Are will pm nitwit titty Are Otili i Kintly Ciu Ning not to allow to be seen by Tny ton tit the i a think will bring them to Boole though Althler of Hostino too Pero tit who Havet sunlit a id from their have teen them can Natl Ven Tae Natl hoi Osre from them but will not Nell eos untre the loss of Lite Ando Mon attend not upon o pros cution. This Neighbour room idiot Lennys prided itself Ulton Bertig Rathier an honest Tome Anvil the Parline allude a to above for Tihe Mout part live rather Remote from it but i fear its Char water for hot Nasty will be inti not Loet let any rate very Mato Irrilla Ijuro Redt in the est i nit Tittl of one of our a tool keepers we l Donle it Pultr Llanso last week of Tomte tallow or a what he believed to be so but upon re Elling sote the uti Fortunato intr Cal ser found that ins Lettal of Good clean tallow such s Hio thought he had bought it proved to unit n ill Emu Pound of Stii Iling butter Xiandi potatoes Ila rely covered with it Shyer of Good Tillow. It was rather Ingeni Tinly Montanti t just have Tuen con to nit Ohrablo time and i trouble to incorporate the Moas o Well together a Howa Ilg pretty plainly that the perpetrator of the of rated was no Silvien at thu work to what Over Hie Light Ito it Miore . Y1 the Byo Thieo whole Vilue of the Lump even if Good to Pillow wat it Nio Moro than four or five Khlil Lillis so that the Piroli to be derived from the dirty Trattl aet Toi tools int very and it Terve. To show for How Trilling n aunt Solo men will give Wany to their roguish a prop entities. Ima Hein go. From a Corrieri Orect the 17th inst not no fewer than seventeen Dif Liro it parties were stuck up Between this Lown atol Burrows by one single Bushranger contiguous to where Aniel Crotty Theo mini Mann had Breen shot. Among them i name informed was trooper Foloy of thie town who was going on Buoi Ross to Burrown. Though the Highway Lnu was alone yet Hie seemed not try Way discouraged to attack parties consisting of no Many Noas six. I an informed Hio succeeded in obtaining some �120, besides n draft on thie new South Wales lately Dicey for �22. This latter circumstance proves Theo was no Schoolar and consequently Canu not be the celebrated loan Ltd or diner thought part Eling in cult of his print tales As Hie always returned the Silver found on the parties besides Heo Rode a buy horse of inferior Brce Ittig and Low in condition sex Netly the opposite to Franlel s selection of quadrupeds. If trooper Foley had showed any plus Hoe might have captured him s several parties who had Boon relieved of their Money would Haive assisted him. This instance of Thio trooper s bravery proves Iris Utility to the Colony and deserves thie highest Praise besides promotion but this is not All. Or. Trooper on is arrival at Burrows Rutlt have it Lormond the police there probably omitting the portion of nested with his own Wantt of Pluck. Do Yon think the Burrown police started to capture the Bushranger Ert Tinly not. Two of them i had families to look after t Tondi the third the lock up i keeper Tould look after his own establishment tall id too no much to to Triskle their lives Angain sit in single Bushranger Antn a bad Fri Gruedl old horse. Under the Pree tit Soto of Protection afforded life is vory Gunsalo Oit this Road and the carrying of Money with Ste Daurity impossible. Strange to aty Thant through robberies have begun fio fluently committed these two years and some of tie most horrify it nature of this Road neither the government nor police have Tranket Anty Steps to pro vent their to Currieo. With Throo Resolute troopers stationed Cero not thle so Eluo number at Burrown Cote Pellet to patrol this Road daily Only sixteen Miles at we Otto lid Toon have Anond to All this Bush ranging. The Circum Staico of this Road being a portion of the principal route to our ringing and thie Luciann from Syd toy Ando having therefore immense of trial Lac ought to be reason Why the government should in immediately devise Soine Pulun for the Protection of teams null travellers. Since i commenced writing i Tulve Board that other robberies have been committed this Dayn. Wya. T t Credrict to our police non Here and at Burrown to allow a recurrence of robberies daily which they could Eastily prevent Marengo september 9, 1862, Nim Tybelle. From a Correvon Rolocut Fri a suit protestant Clergyman paid Hiis Quad Torly visit Pilero on Tho 15thll instant and at half past two about Twenty Foo persons assembled when the usual service was read and the reverend Gentl Lomans delivered an eloquent and impressive discourse taking for Ilis text Matthew xvi., v. 16. Subscriptions were then solicited for building a room for holding service. Nearly �20 Woas promised in Money. An old Man Coope upwards of four score years stated that he was very anxious if he lived to furnish All the slabs gratuitously the la Jour of his own Heads Alono he Only wished to know Tihe dimensions of thie building and Heo would commence work at once Mir. Tindall it was understood would give the use of Lia team and John Good master we would a portion of the Carpenter s work so that with such assist Anoo and a Little More Money a Church May be soon commenced. . Thursday 1lth september. Before avid Bell esq., Alecander Stuart was brought up charged by senior Constable David Leo Keo with having indecently exposed his person in a Public Street in the township yesterday after Scon while ill a state of Drula Kenness. L prisoner made no defence but entreated to be mercifully dealt with As Hie a had never beet imprisoned before arid the could refer to parties in Tihe District whom he had served ands his present disgraceful position would teach him a lesson in future. Ilis worship after a suitable admonition sentenced tile prisoner to forty eight hours imprisonment. Two Young Cli Dron wore then brought in tile having Taksen them yesterday for Protection. They stated that they Hadt Only Hadl b reak fast Early yesterday morning and nothing afterwards until Mckee took them Andt provided for them olo in started Tilar in the course of his duty in found the reputed parents of thie Childres both drunk and helpless in every sous of thie word lie Tler Eforo considered it his duty to Tako the children for Protection. The Mother of the children to Pearel anti Isis worship after severely reprimanding ser allowed her to take Hier children on promising to abstain from liquors and to Takle that care of them which a Motl Lher ought to Dio. It is expected the government will allow a Small sum of Money for a court House As at present it is Wallther inconvenient holding court in the watch House tile latter being occupied by a family. Or. John Meurisse was appointed Bailly of court of requests last saturday. Goal Rakic Al. Unt Lesl toll Trulo Espreo Tho Pritel Quot Ltd i this and Tell no those in tronc ions blew n Wilho Illo Thror and Tell it Fulti Pur Glaserr lot o Betlow been Solo Denler Ltd in Olla Lii Lucili i Leo thit retail Rice to. Of llal00a Lac this cjunornt.-1in Olar �00 per ton Poi toes it Ling .1 be l arts us. Per Bluell Onila us ,1 a per Ili. Clo Eror lid. Luttell Loon cuon flour pro ton �20 Irlon be. Of to 2. Or Blell the Tell 78. Toi 7. 01. Per tinsel a Hallel to Recei 78. 11, per Sill Al ii ploy Ott loo7e. To 7e, 1r. Liny of Tull �i0 tir too poll loto let0 cot. N. To 0, id Frost Tittor to a , to 00. Apr ult Bittler to Luton it. 0d. To b let it to noid 74. To 11. Morolt tit to Ott 10u0i0atoaot l ,.--Tlottr, p re too �e1i i01"lll l t a. To on por in to Ali o0ll, Roll Ltd t i la it on to 10s. Per Bon Helt till Rio o. To Ito. Per Blochel tvs. Intr o0l. Olio �00 to �011 per toll he it Ltd la Dit. To Don. D4. 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