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OUR COLONIAL ARISTOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

OUR COLONIAL ARISTOC lACY. (Fromi the ' Era.') I THE Duke of Argyle airived in towns o Tuesday by rail, and was met at the Sydney terminus, by Cap tain Martindale, who conducted hisgshce along the platform, and showed him the door. Before leaving Goulburn the duke had.commanded hi, acquaintance, Mr. Riley, to telegraph' to Sydney. for two omni buses to be in waiting at the railway stlation, to con vey his grace to his residence,in tla city. But un fortunately Mr. Riley, or the clerk t Goulburn, or the wires, or the clerk in Sydney, o Mr. Forster, to whom the message was sent, made grievous mis take, for instead of two omnibln s, two hearses, driven respectively by MDir. Robert towart and MIr. John HIill, jun., dashed up in higI feathers to the door to convey his grace to ls resting place at Newtown. The duke grow red ni h rage, flung his solitary glove in the face of Mr. IStenwart, and re tired to the refreshment room, w l ore le called for some taffy, and extinguished his nrlath by...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

COO A7fCOiA L. lunltrs othEor tE p?pror i l 0dcouOt0e In rthi orticls nor theo ih transaction bet .n e producerr andtd thraot pur cvb?er cnot os between beo dr h a e ti. ruloalt pirro I - ;oi!hero.mabo.te rwheat, per busohe, 8s. to ; "r? oated .;ate, 0a. to 7s. 2d.; hby, £7 1o '. ;;i , ect. es Per ct. 4s. to 5. ; freshbutter, per lb., Is. 0d to i??t ditto, Is. 80 to Is. 10d.; chtLes, id. to l.; baconf i; t0 sr Idt.; mutton, 7d.; beef, Id, Ysew.-e'brolt, ter toale . to th,; finse flour, per ton, £24 to £28; C-onts ditto, £?? s to £24; bran, per busheI, lS.;? ait (. to lo . od.; onatlt lo. aDd to os, Od.; hayl, poet, £ o h£ Iton.; baory, 3., to 4s.; fresh butter; r. a; ot ditto, to. per lb.; aceso, 7d. to 8d.1 tr ct 9d.; eggs, per dozenl tI. d2,; potatoes, per et.. 6o to .; dried hides ach is. to7s.u l.; gree ditto, O?, to ; breadt, per 21b. lonf, 7d; beef, per t.,3d. to 4d.; muttont.;s' rea, 51.; pork, St. to 0d. a'nlrosT.-Finoe flour, per;n. £2 ; seconrds, ditto, £21 to £22; bran, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

S ? rvoeyor-Gieneral's Office,. : Sydney, 6th December, 1859. TITLE DEfEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. 'Th deeds of grant specified in this list, being ready frii deliveryi t the grantees, or their agents duly einpoivered, it is requested that early applica. tion may he made for them at this office. '? ".Auithorities must bear the signatures of the Sgrant? es, attested by a magistrate. Ponties applying for deeds are particularly re. quested to state the numbers placed against those they may requitre., A. G. iM'LEAN, Acting Surveyor-General. (Co: tinued from laost Wednesday's issue.) 2s65O HANRAIIAM P., Georgians, 33 acres .2 toads 265 s9 -Hackney Thos, ditto, 3l acres :2?672 Iteleday Robert, Csomna, 2 roods 20 perches, atllotment 1 of section 36 2673 Dl)itto, ditto, 2 roods 8 perches, allotment 6 of section 35 2689' Holt Thomas, Camden, 208 acres 2 roods . ,2i6 lHarvey Robert, Cathcart, I acre and 6perches, allotment 3 of section 41 0697 Ditto. ditto, I acre 6 perches, allotment'2 of sectio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

Blacksmith Wanted. A GOOD BLACKSMITIH wanted, to proceed to the interior. Apply to JOSHUA KING, Farrier's Arms. 4667 Sloanne-street. Wanted, TWO TEAMS BULLOCKS with drays and tackle. L Apply to JOSHUA KING, Farriers' Arms, 4668 Sloane-street. SWanted, A STEADY, MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, as Laundress, for the country; none but a sobe' woman need apply to Mrs. WILLIAM SIMONS, Auburn-street. 4636 Wanted, A SITUATION, by a respectable man, of a small family, who has bhad twenty-one years' expo riencc in the colony among sheep and cattle, has been at the care of all diseases among stock in New South Wales and Victoria, and had the management of very large establishments. Wages liberal. * Apply at the office of this paper; or, by letter J.M.D., care of F. COOPER, Esq., Lake George, Col ector. 4488 Wanted, A WOMAN, as General Servant, who thoroughly understands Cooking. Apply to Mrs. E, BUTLER, Market-Square. - 4605 George Henry Briddon, LATE of Manchester, is informed that his Father is Dead ; i...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BINDA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

S .. COUNTIY N 'TVS. BINDA RACES. : (From a Correspondent.) These races came off on Wednesday last, the 28th December. :The day was rather unfavourable, the morning being wet, and occasional showers falling during the day, hbut despite of these circumstances there was a very large concourse of people, and amongst them a goodly number of the fair sex; in fact.tlere was the largest number pf people present I ever witnessed at any country races. The first race, foir £15a was won by Ilr. I. Stephenson's bay horse. Scrubber, beating Mr. G. McDonald's Gamoe Sstlr and Mr. W. Ford's Whalebone. Second race, the maiden plate, for £10, was won by Mr. B. Stephenson'sbay mare Liesy Valentine, beating Mr. G. Warn's Charlie and others. Third race, the Iack race, for £5, was won by Henry Woods's bay mare, Lizzy, beating Mr. B. Stephenson's Jimalong and others. A hurry scurry wns.afterwardsrun for £2, twvide round the course, one event. Eleven horses started, but it was won by Mr. rPennington'o hay ...

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ADVANCE TEMPERANCE. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

.ADVANCE TEMPERANCE, ._?-_ To te Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sin,-Havinug carefully p'ruse?ryb -cur hii tE porory's issue of the 28th Instant, my eye' caught a letter signed "Truth, Queanbeyan." Afterglancing over it I saw the name of a particular friend of mine unnecessarily dragged into it, a respectable young man, whom I have had long acquaintaneo with, viz., from the yeats of his childhood. The individual I mean is Mr. Rowley. "Truth" says that those ac quainted with him regard him as one not likely to lecture on any matter. He cannot have-long known that gentleman, or otherwise he would not have caused to be put in print such a ridiculous emana tion, for Mr. Rowley is a strict teetotaller, and has been for more than three years. And also, some two years ago, there appeared letters in one or both of your journals, which the editor thought worth giving publicity to. I wonder has ever Truth been ,in the habit of deawing; if he has, and he wanted to purchase a horse, would he no...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

( - IMrPoUNI)1Noo. ;1 s l3ungendoro, on the 20th day of December, from Aorroodooly Estate, for trespass in open pastoro land; damages and i;.--One red roan bull, about 2 years old, offkh'r i1", ,rump,EDhi gh off aide.--Also, ontthod, f"rom sameI estnate; damuges and drivingd.pb "a :-O"e white cow, red spots; reddish aboutan "" ' head, car worked milking side, I rump, Jk P niking side; white Soow, ar marked,milkinglo, 1. rump, RtI ribs milking ide; red ow ' on ind legs and tail, star, ear marlked miltin, s' IL ""mp, 1 thigh, It ribs milking side. If not01'med within twenty four days from date of penatin0' will be sold. 0. Byrne, roundkeepor-; , 7s. 3d. At Cooma, on tile Ith DeceOmber, from Island Lake, damanges 10s. e,1h--'" bay colt, bind feet white, star on forel.c:l', li?) "onr neek, like T near shoulder; roan mare, stariforelmead, like W over - and 2 under off slioulddc-nAS1. o" the 21st, from Coolitidong; trcsnpaosd driving 2s. per head: -One red bullock, lio ,Toff rump; roan he...

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[?]SSES[?]NT [?]PEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

ISSES NT 'N EALS. !, Tooe heari e of th est i peals was con tinued on ''sday. tle pening of the court. nr. cwpSttetd C I,,, inleosijon of the poartis concerned, .e printe weli actuated him in this matter With nple\ tr teries fully im proved, am hich ha i rey leased at what might be osidered r .fulluo as rent, the amount of r, had be 'eeet? sound data at which to as es the sma buthteant was not hold to boe suoi et in a n ,e?e.efully improved. Where the et was I? ously Iv, Mr. Cowper said that th nch ts edencd pro. and con., andjud fdrom th dt by the ap pellant, and, f ecessar o thaolt respondents, what might b ie fair i a nnsal value. Mr Cowpor ale? refer to to case of properties si ier as to ? d pparance, but in reality differ a in o essntals, and said that the heli woul equire the corpora. tion to supperttheir nat in each - case. Mr. Cowper, ii to oure efurther remarks, said, injustifin, thi, t ehathad transpired on the previou'cy of at it neared that the valuators' estiiga, had gi...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. o GOVERNMENT CONTnAOTs.-Tondero will be ro ceived up to the 21st February, for the supply of provisions, &o., for the government departments in SthI several police districts. VAcoCNAIroN.-Allan Campbell, Esq., vaccinator at Yass, will perform gratuitous vaccination at his surgery, Yass, every Thursday, from 10 o'clock to 12 o'clock a.m. RETIRING ALLOWANOE OR COMPENSaTION TO CIVIL OrFrcccs.-llis Excellency the Governor General, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be notified, that after December 31st, 1859, except as may be now or hereafter otherwise provided by law, or in pursuance of an existing con tract, or promise or agreement under existing regu lations, no public officer shall be, or become entitled to any retiringallowance or compensation for loss of oflice, arising or accruing after the date above specified. And every public olitcer hencelorth will be considered to have accepted oflico subject to the conditions of this notice. ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

CORIRESPONDENCEg. IWoe are deslrous thatour columns should be regarded as open to ,alt parties, and we oare tlereforeo awilling to give insertion to sll temperately and Intelligibly written lelters on subjects of .public Interest, even tlhoughl tihe opinlons advanced taoy be diametrlically opposite to our owno.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

Notice of Removal. : . M. DE BARR, Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that he has NOW REMOVED from his late residence, Sloane-street, to the premise lately occupied by Mr. William Fletcher, NEXT DOOR TO THE 'HERALD' OFFICI AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN       Millwright, Engineer, and Brass-found, EVANS TAYLOR ,   BEGS to inform the residents of the Sout   districts that he has recently obtained, an   now ready for use,   A SELF-ACTING SLIDE LATHE, PILA MACHINE,   and all other requisites necessary for carrying   on an extensive business. These machine hi of very large size enables E. T. to execute work every description, however large, in the above lines Guns re-stocked, and all kinds of ire-n s,     &c., neatly repaired. Old brass and copper purchased   SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water Lemonade S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

TO ensure the insertion of their favours are re- quested to ssnd them direct to this office.   When they are placed in other hands they are either not sent to us at all, or are received at such late hours as to render their insertion a matter of the   greatest difficulty, involving the loss of the up- country mails, and thereby defeating the objects advertisers have in view.     No advertisiements can, UNDER ANDY CIRCUM- STANCES be received after eight p.m. Long adver- tisements must be sent by 5 p.m., or their inser   tion cannot be guaranteed .

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

CALENDAR     Days of the Week Day of the month Sundrises Sunsets Moon's Age WEDNESDAY...........Jan 4 4 59 7 11 11     THURSDAY ............ 5 4 59 7 11 12 FRIDAY... 6........... 6 5 0 711 13     The Goulburn Herald         WENESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1860

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

The opening of the Mechanics' Institute must be a subject of congratulation to all who desire the intellectual and moral advancement   of the people. We do not intend to expatiate on the advantages of such institutions, which have been dilated upon times out of number, and which are now apparent even to the least reflecting. But we may be permitted to con gratulate the committee on the successful issue to which they have brought another chapter of the history of the Goulburn Me chanics' Institute, and to indulge in the pleas ing anticipation of having the new hall opened,   within the space of another year. While doing this we wish to impress on   minds of our readers that it is only   operatting with the committee to the utmost of their power that they can reasonably expct success to attend their efforts. The gentle-   men who form the committee have     and occasionially unpleasant duties to...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

SYDNEY [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDNET.]   Monday, 4 p.m.       as a sketch of cabinet, either any pen or   ate an'apaitaor made a very important ommission ai. n; tad and one without which the amalgamation a.l /nih very imperfect. It was this: - Secretary for Works...........Mr. Parkes.                       " athed there is very little clhance of anything so sensible as an amalgamation, however, and       til sr shall go on at the old rate of rotatory Everybody is making holiday again to day, and, so far as local intelligence is concerned there is but little to report. The government has issued a some--.t what despode notice, that all assuming claims of     government officers to retiring allowances would cease on the...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OPENING OF THE NEW MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   OPENING OF THE MECHANICS'   INSTITUTE. ON MONDAY, the 2nd January, the new building of the Goulburn Mechanic Institute was formally In celebration of the event the committee deter- mined on having what is termed an opening festi- val, and which in ri', partook of the nature of a public dinner, except that ladies were present, and that instead of wi' and beer the drinkables con- sisted of tea and re * On entering reading-room it was found taste-fully decorated with flags and banners, bearing sever- ally the following inscriptions: - "Advance   Australia;" foundation stone Mechanics' Institute               tustralin;a dation-sto c ics' Institute January 1, 858 and "Arts, Science, and Liter- ature." rge and exceedingly complete map of the world gift of C. H. Walsh, Esq., a repro sentatic' the building, and a very handsome clock, bearin...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF A NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 January 1860

LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF A NEW CHURCH. On Monday last, 2nd January, the foundation stone of a new church at the north end of Goulburn, was laid by N. C. Phillips, Esq., in presence of an assem blange of about a hundred and fifty persons. Exactly at four o'clock, the Rev. R. LEIGH com- menced the services by giving out the 100th psalm, after singing which, he read the 84th psalm. The congregation then engaged in prayer; after which The Rev. W. SOWERBY presented the trowel to Mr. Phillips, with a request that he would lay the stone. Mr. PHILLIPS then with a few appropriate remarks, proceeded to lay the stone in due form. The assemblage then adjourned to a spacious tent provided for the occasion, when on the motion of the Rev. W. Sowerby, Mr. N. C. PHILLIPS took the chair. The CHAIRMAN said that he recollected when there was no church in the district, and when they were glad to obtain the means of attending divine worship here and there, whenever they could; then a congre gation ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860

V- - : ICTORIA. WE hnve Melhbolrne papers to thoe 0th 'Dicembor, front which we extract the follow ing - Then "strike" mania, which has recently eitended to agricultural labourers - in tie 'viciniity of Illninarat, has anfocted others of the class at Melton. We were informed, yesterday, that the men employed by Mr. Porter, in that neighbourhood, hid " turned out," and demanded increased wages. T'his cur.se is, to say the nleast, exceedingly ill ad vised, and can only tend to make this colony mnoro than ever dnieendnt upon foreign coulntries fio ourt supplyv of food. C'HINESE TiEATnIC r.S.-On the Gol!en Point, right in the contro of the Chinese on camnipment, itmay lie seen a large oval canvas tent, from wilich tile most hideous noises inmaginable oeanate at night. This structure the follower of Confucius dignifies with the higsh-sonnding name of " theatro," and tile discordantj jumble of noises he elegantly termns t" munic." On entering the circular erection the modest sum of four s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860

Wanted, mWO TEAMIS BULLOCKS with drays and tackle. I Apply to JOSHUA KING, Farriers' Arms, 4668 1 Sloane-street. Wanted, A STEADY, MIDDLE-AGIDI) WOMAN, as t. Laundress, for the country; none but a sober woman need apply to MIrs. WILLIAM SIMONS, Auburo-street. 4636 Wanted, A SITUATION, by a respectable man, of a small 1 family, who has had twenty-one years' expo rience in the colosy among sheep and cattle, lhas been at the cure of all diseases among stock in New South Wales and Victoria, and had the management of very large establishments. WVages liberal. Apply at the office of this paper; or, by letter J.]M.D., ear ol F. COOPER, Esq., Lake George, Col ector. 448. Ilaoksmith Wanted. A GOOD BLACKSMITH wanted, to proceed to the interior. Applyto JOS-UA IKING, Farrier's Arms, 4667 . Sloanoe-street. Wanted, T~TIREE SERVANT GIRLS, two as House Soer . vants, and one as Laundress. Apply at the Horse and Jockey. 4702 Wanted, BY a respectable man, a situatnlion as GROOM, OSTLER, STOREMAN, to ...

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COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860

COMMiERCLIAsL. "HeaLD," Office, Friday evening. Duanss?s of overy kind has been very dull since last •report. Therep. are no changes to note in prices, exceapt in flour, which has risen £2 per ion. * :Mr. Marks reports thle receipt of 13 bales of wool di'inga the weedk.

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