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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

INDIA. From Bombajy we have papers to the 19th of May. The 'Bombay Gazette' states that Lord Clyde intends to go home by the first mail in Junei: ' SiI Hlugh Rose was to leave. Calcutta, by the'Cliiia inail on itho 16th of May, to take the commuanid in chief of the Indian armies. lIe is to bo be succeeded at Bombay by Sir William Mansfiel. .Lord Canning left Simla on the 7th, and was expected to reach Calcutta on the Olst inistant. The scurcely concealed obijectof ris jodirney is to strengthen the hands of the Su prome Government by superseding Sir Charles Trovelyan, till; the wishdso of the homoe au thloritios are kItnown. Sir Geori'go Clerk, the now Governor of the Bombay Presidenocy, landed on the afternoon of the 11th instant, friom the mail steamer, in apparently the best of health and spirits. Preparations had beun made for receiving him:with all tihe honours due to his ranlk. The whole of tlhe troops in garrison were to have turned ont ad formucd a street thlrough which his E...

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FASHIONS FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

(From Lfe 1h lt.) mpo 1 d_0..e. the regfilr po'eisse Ijke qwrdtitivwrni tWrty-fiv years ago, has r.c.p ' p'ared ;.and, by the way, the slashed or Venetian ileve, a revival of a more anciont dn~,.is.also in fashion. The weathieris too changeable to admit of Jaying aside wiinter cwrppers; nud cloaks in velvet, trim meda witll black lace, and having long, yidi anging slcoves, are still apropos. 'the b6nnetishfve iindrnased'in size. They narbriidd6to advhnco in front, while they are op.ep t.tho sides. The description of a few sprlng bonnets may prove interesting to our renders. A bonnet may be made of white tulle, with a 'cirtain of pink terry velvet Tboeedgo'of the front.of black velvet, with a fiull blonde falling from the edge over the front. A fold of black velvet in the inside, fastened with three gold rings, with pink ribbon strings. Another epring bonnet may be made of white crane, with the front edge and curtain of green terry velvet. A bow of green velvet on the crown of the bo...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

COJIJMBRCId 12 - '?RE .LD' Office, Friday evening. C.nniann stnll n?ntlneas ery ncnree. Itont of the lendlng btaainess hnun n cIn lare e edrerttsinlg for teanne for Elnendrc M[ecsce Deniec, Alexandecr end Co. hbae puhehabcd tenms oe tcilron, findinglt impaossibleolnynyothcr waylonmetetlcs ciluemcents of thedr tede. ?lere is no ehbnge in the prices of produec. Str. Slerks reports the purecno on lin.ouneeefaonld frnu l'uenn. GOULDURiN PRICEL CURlIE . " Whet, Si,. to ly.. 3d. F bushel . . Flour, fnct £35 lne tea ; £ cone d c . . Iirrad, 7d. to Sd .... ec .T hd.ShoL i - Meiee, C... dOn 4 Fbusbel acrlep, 4,. to 4,. Ci F bcuhel oalt, 5S. to GCc bushel llay, £8 to £ 8ton. ltterr, Lech, ls.. I a c . h c.; silt ll, . Choere,Sd.toIFb.:. 2 , , '.., . Dyacon, i74c to 82cd. F0 an. 0.07 li dd. to-? 164 d0 en. 2"otatoe.£5 to £6 ?,ton. '"?'"'"?" Oleone, £15 to 16s. F cwt. F.'a Cattles 5 to £7 7s. 'P enll aocbrdidp toiidgl??? ? " Calve#, £I5e Sto £I 15. ? head. ;·"t -;. ;, 1: .. Sheep, ios to 1is. h...

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COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

COUNTRlY NEIJS. COOMA.' ("ee oerl own Corrujyondeit.) THE CASE Or MLn. J. 1. NsEAT., LATE CIIIsRP CONSTABLE.-A$ I Wrote to you in my last, the peti tion presented to the bench, ws dluly forwarded to the Inspector-general of Police, and one day last week an answer to the saeme wasn received by Mr. A Muntague, in which the Inspector-genoerl stated that it was lnot in his power to interfere, as the whole authority lay with the Cooma benchl of mangistrates. A depntuttio was to hanve waited upon their worships to-day, but there was no magistrate sitting tduring the day excepting the police-mungistrate, and the mat ter is deferred until next court day. It now renains to be seen whether the bench will pay any attention to the voice of the whole district, or treat the cosu munity with contempt, as they have done hitherto in this matter. GOLD ~NEws.-The escort arrived from lKiandra, yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock, with about 15oI0 oz. of gold. Considering the limited popula tion of Kian...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

AI2crIo'EEIOs' itEtOItTS., ",essrs. P.. Dim s te nd.e, report:-e-tte---Irllee still" ,eeelfsate. • teee sold tlds wree.8 heed, at feme L5le.to £20h;elloeek rdp; £2L Alto tsmeet ibt oft cattile, in gooet eoedithen, at £9 Is. per heed. Lnd.--Tho alloment tnde ret-. tege at .oerang realised £44, Mr. Inteld Swain belng the purchaser. The rigeon house: Inn, at Woodhoeseleigh, wes wsithdrawn atehbona fidebid f£t1000. eernilture,&r.--The sele et- the Mrkeet-Ieouse Tavern tas lvell. attended, the bid ding throughout being spirited, and the prises reelleed eon eidered fitt-rate. We heee aleo held e sale atthle Sir Colin Campbell Inn, at Leggne, et ethich good aluesees obtained. J. FSut.eer?s rep ts:--Fet stock markeeet ell supplied In qunetity tnd quality; prices ruling very loe, reelty prime cannot hbe euoted es eorth eore thebl 1d. per hundred. Sold, since ltst report, one etmeli draft of bullhckis, from Sir. Ceeameen, at £5 75. ld, per he?d; also, ee Tueseiy lest, 75 head from Mfr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

Tnh members of the Legislative Council would have best consulted that dignity, of which they appear so jealous, if they had hot troubld themselves with matters beyond their province. The contemptuous refusal of the Assembly, by n mnjoritv of thirty-one to nine, to con.sider any further the bill which the Council had altered, places the nominees in a most huuiiliating position. Theey cannot, without themselves becoming the opponents of government and order, oppose any further obstacles to the Appropriation Act, and it is quite out of the question that they should int;ioddce a seconid indemnity bill, when a complete indemnity, in the shape of the Appropriation Act, .i.before them. They lhave only succeeded,, thus far, in making thenmselves supremeli-ridiculous. The porm poas cnlaims of the jpisisident, the intlated bombast of Mr; ruesa,-'the stolid self-sufm cienny of Mr...Johnson, and the profound bathos of Mr. Docker, have all ended in mere smoke.. The iuhlic:are-now fully satisfied...

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NEW GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

NEW GOLD-FIELD. (From, our Mornya Correldtml.) iumours have been for somietime afloat respecting the discovery of gold at "Mount Dromedary, but I refrained from informing you of tha. supposed dis covery till I could receive authentic intelligence. T'his I am now in possessionof, and I hasten to inform you of the facts as related to me by one of the actual discoverers. Some weeks ago, in prospecting a gully, they hit upon some very nice samples, but were then unable to follow up the search. Last week, however, they went out fully provided with every requisite, and determined to enxamine the locality thoroughly. They obtained, as the result of their first two dayo' work, upwards of an ounce-and-a-half of gold, which they have forwarded to Sydney, together with a claim for the government reward. The place in which the prospectors are now at work is a deep gully, between high granite ranges, anl in a dense scrub. The gold is obtained at a very inconsiderable depth, and is of a coairse, ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

StYDtoa o a EY :. ' :-: i. rao uou cOttnxaa rotetdr~r.] " Wednesday, 4 p.m. ", . LI PtTICA? Tua undoubtedl vic:ory gained by Mr. Cowper over the nominees in the Upper louse, whatever course those respectable fogies may now take, is thus far a feather in the cap of the miuistry as well as a poinst gained for the cause of the people. But the triumph is likely to:beaomewhaa dimmed by two defeats in the Assembly, one of which has already occured. It is a pity that the obstinacy of some members of the Cabinet seems likely to lead to the second. The defeat that was sustained last night was yery marked and signal, though on a trifling matter. The oftico of *"Black Rod ' having become Yacnt through the death of Major Lockyer, Mr. Shadforth, the present Sergean.at-arms, was appointed to the voeant post and it remained to select a successor to Mr. Shadforth, The ministry proposed Captain Master, Captain Brownrigg, and Captain Horsley, for the approval of the s.?aker; but they distinctly refra...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PotLCs REPour.-On Wednesday, before the police-magistrate, and William Davies, Esq. John Hurley was committed mor trial on two charges, the one of horse-stealing, the other of stealing a saddle. The particulars were given in ourlast issue. The remainder of the business since the date of our last publication has been of an unimportant nature. -Daniel Usher and John Thornley, two of the polie, have given three months' notice of their in tention to leave. Foass's SER~s.NADERS.-We understand that Mr. J. LM.Foaans and company, intend visiting Quean bevan. and thd various other towns en route to Twofold Bay, and giving a sorie1 of Ethiopian enterulim'nts. - . . Ter Bas gsa Will le ecloed on Monday naxt, for the half-yearly balance of acc'ounts. R?'tarns or Roxos-.-The bench of magistrates have received a letter stating that fl210, a moiety of the sum voted by the Legislative Assembly for the repair of the road from Goulburn to Quenbeyan, has been placed to the credit o...

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ORWELL HOUSE, MACLEAY-STREET, DARLINGHURST, SYDNEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. A FEW VACANCIES for BOARDERS and DAY PUPILS. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

ORWELL HOUSE, MACLEAY-STREET, DARLINGHURST, SYDNEY. Lasd PtinipalJ mIBS mooRE. A FEW VACANCIES for BOARDERS end i DAY. ]UI'ILS. OraINIONS o0 T2u PRESSm "The answering would have done credit to'students in any collego in. the world. The systrcm at Orwell ouseo may rightfully claimn a precedence forintel lectual povwer very far over all the private establish conts lu these colonies, and, for the deplith, and variety, and elegance of the education imparted. Suc:h an.examination places this ladies'. seminary on as equality with any institution, however high, in Europe."-Editorial report of thie ChriStmas cxami nation, in.' freemonu's Journal.' 25th ])ecemcber, 1858. "TlThis semiary appears to takeo a higler'm rango than we had resason previously to hrope the colony rflorded. It is gratifving to observe that thie ilpor tant task- of irstructing thie fuiture mothers bf tile colony in elegant and useful acquirements is so flicicntly. taken up ty Miss Moore."--Roport of ditto in ' Newcastle...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

PARLLUMENTARY. TetsUAr-Jo.uNCE 26. - - In the Assembly,. Mr. IItnr askeo the Secretar, for Lads'questions respecting unusually severe sentences hlle~ed to have been passed by Judge Iolroyd on prisoners tried beforo him, which Mr. ItoucnTsoy declined to answer. As the qnestions impugned the conduct of ajudge he did not think they ought to be put. In answer to a quclestion, it was stated that what ever had been done by the Government of Victoria in marking ont a roadl to Kiandra, had been done ,vithbut previous conference with this Govern The SEsAusr called attention to a misunderstand ing between himself and the Govertment. The otice of sergeant-at-arms having brcome rvacant, he had recommeaded a Captain Finh ifor the appoint ment. The Colonial Secretary objected to this gentleman; lhtters then p~ased between them whibch resulted in three other names being sent to him I (Captain Horsley, Captain Brdwnrigg, and Captain Masters), wits the intimation that any one of them he. might retom...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

To the Editor of the Gouliurn Herald. Smn,-I should feel obliged if you could find spsce in your widely circulated paper for the following:-. About nine weeks ago, I took a contract on the road for repairs, to the osuount of £44. 10s. I finished the same in fi e weeks-the work was passed by the overseer-and I waited for the money, und have been waiting ever since. What are the paid officials doing? Who vwill support us whlile we wait for the money? The storekeeper wnats his money, und we have none to give him. Aro tho co lonial funds exhalusted? Does the colonial govern ment wunt the work done on the roads ott tiol? What did Csptoin MIortissdnle come to thlis colonsy for-to sitdown at his case its Sydnsy, or to see thtat those uisder his control dist their dutyP If he did he svould find somcthistg rotten its the rouads' dopart moOt. INCOI~YPiZEU.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

Itadind Bubsoribers F|1O tho 'GOULBURN HERALD' nre feminded I thant the present is an odvantogeousatimCe for potting down their namcs, so that thecir su riptionss vill com....nc. from Ist.Tuly. Cartstalliou P"Lofty." T?OR SALE. the abovn-named J' STALLION. Cdour, a dapple grey.. He is a Lorse ofI 'enoransotpower and' stronth. If not sold before the latter ,nd of .July r will b~ sent to Sydney. . .... .GEORGE CAMP ELL. DuntronQueabeyan,.. ...... lIth June, 1860. 5.762 F at Cattle for Sale, A T ROTHERWVOOD, Lake Bathurst ran 200 C to 950 1EAD I'l:IME '.AT CITLE one-third cows. Price. £6 per head. Any one not willing to give this price ?eed not trouble to apply. Apply to E. S. HOALL, Lake Has urst. June 22nd, 1860. 5768 Martyn's Horse and Carriage Baaerr, 181 Pitt-street, Sydney. MR: CHARLES MARTIN IIolds a regular sale by auction Every TUESDAY, TIUIISDAY, cad SATURDAY At I1 o'clock precisely. A LL partion sending horses or.other stool,- rlr tringes. &c.. are requested to forwa...

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

. WDZSDAYsP~ CNE s-2 In the Legisia.ire Comunci, Mr. Shndfrtk was sworn in as aher o, the bacl,-k"d. On the motion for the seomid readin of the Ap. p priation Bill. Mr. Jouxsaxormoedi asmneDmbent I Idecining to cuncu eein, but expressing the vi ingness of the House to consent to an Apprepri? tso Act so far asmooejs requirerd for therem?aindr of the present ear" was concerned. I After some dbate, he motion was negativred?b 19 to 12,i and the bill was read a sec·ond time ,a. theday following ixed for its cons?ideration iaen com- ' !mirtee. "" i The Assembly adjourned till the following days, in eonsequence of the death of Mr. ~eronimss, tie membefr for Wellington. (PEu ELECrntC TEZI.GR5PB. Tocasnrs-Jrex 2. In the Legisl?aie Council the Appr~pristioi il Iws passed through committee, and the third reading ixed for the following diy. It having oozed oput tha the Governor had writen to LDeas Thomson, stating that the members would go to the wall if they did not pass the bill, Isas brought...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. ant uesldaend Tr stlrasaf oilmle to giak intualot to idl eraoontht tad p totety ofa peitoni thtter, goobjet or pmet leto sear suere tttots svepiyio thdroand mopw Is dLa sn opproite to par That l To tQo Editor of Me Gnu~oes HRcald. Sc no your ihere sanof the rath instand, appears a letter from a correopoodeor He tells ho that his few remarks were tugeutes to him through a meet log held at the Travellere' dome. to take iota can sidoetraion the psrietdy of petisiening the govern ment to send a ouIrecOr to survey. the road between Lake George ind this place. That gentleman tells no now that there is another road, and he wisqea hnog thesureolar ould exsmin te brot reads. ep I thinbui reoid look much better for him to get a tsorveyor himself to surbve that mtantaisnus track olled the markesntree line, and nor to interfere with the petitiso already got up. lie ape abs of petty (jeslsusy iahis lester. if think his nova letter sasvearn ofthn' artcle retty strongly. We bate he...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

E~LN GISI EXTRA CTS. A fital accident, attended with some rather singular circumstances, took place the other day at tile Falcon Dock, Southliark. It apipared that on the afternoon of that day a carter was sent to the lock to take r, load of bricks from a barge that was lying at tihe dock. Ie hald a onrt and one horse, and it libeing nearly low water at the time he arrived he drove into the water clhse to the barige, andrl was about to commence loading. It appears that at this spot there is a very sudden fall in the shore, and whether the horse had roached forward to drink, or from some other cause, he stumbled fbrward into deep water. The carto.r, who was in the cart, and had the reins in his hand, was seen to make a strong effort to Ipull the horse uIp, but did not succeed, and in an instant horse, cart, and man sank in deep water, thie acci dent being witnessed by a number of persons who were close to the spot. An alarm was, of course, inmsediatelv given; and drags were procured,...

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FRIDAY—JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

FR?DJAY- JE -29. The Assembly was counted out on MIr. Assher's motion respecting the Southern lilway works. The Council is now engsned debating on John son's resolutions on the subject of the indemnity.,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

re c'il-omrdsosnrr rs. Itormoqondolt, oomloro tooooioo of tbdtr tottort, ·r?. Ti qportai to ho brloC-Yr I .r toghy. tottenrt ouosdom ho Corrpondntsl an o mindoet thot we r ,profeo to Intertonly lotter? that a l wrottn tntetlligtbly. ie oar cosotnitty trttyttf 0omtn~oltutott~ 9 whtch! to aopprodod roqnttt ttL otweoitol omtotomlhM. 'Chsc -ontobo otoototot of 1 tohotor thao It it unhir to tmpo on us; mt additton to whichia an Oten. uatbl to do more than guos tt the* drtertnmeuotug.. ,, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

·THE HERAk~LDri O'iCBiij IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, lit -door to the A~atrlianu Stoe Auburn-street, Goulborn. SKINNER & NOWLAR , Soda Water Leniojiiace 'ad Cordial IManufaetarers. PFOSITE,2 iTE CATHOLIC CHAPEL UV kiUN1-TET, GOUJLBU RN. 0494 BUTLER BROS. & WHfiEHOUSl E, WIOLSALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. SADDLERlS' IRONiMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, 54D i· i-STREE T, I3YD NEY, 1dit the 1titopiohitath ' JEotel. 5417 .Colonial Produce Sales,. T1HE unidersigiled SD LL privately, or b' naetibis, eIve idryFRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, Iiieu.-treet West- W1oT, td6lo, sheepstkis,- hides, and eveorpry dosciipioi 6f olbhial prodeice at thiis liual coloinial rdtes of commiastion. .-denee nmade Onr wool, tallow, sbeepsliins, and hfddd jent fof itresrvedd shle. DUrIAHA and IRWIN, ,Anctioneers, anid Brokers, 4r.7 66, Iting-street West, Sydmiey •Etibition of Worting Models of AGRICULTURAL IIMPLE~NTS AND MACHISES. MR. M iONTAGUIE BEALE, TiROM.tht finnr of Messrs. R...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 June 1860

SkTW IkY D 10 I NOYtlDAYT . .........!anJ 0 10~ 4~ 18 TUMSI)LY..... 01:10 408l 14 SATURIDAY, JUNRE ao, 1S6o.

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