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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860
COMIAEOF4L CLL. LUnlTem otherwse o presed, the prices quoted In this rtwelt are those In tranemrte s beteen tho prdoe d thea fleet pur ehner; not t beltween one dealer ond another, omuch lees the Sretail prices. 1 . ?BarDeooon.--?ne flour, per ton £35 to n £0; rotieo ,dittol, Ll3 to £84 ; lheat, per hushet, 134. to 18.5d,; iran, ao. to se. ed. ;'mnla, , to.; hoy. 12 per ton; poltaoes, per ert.. '10. to 11.; selt butler, per lb., Ie. ?O . to l . O 9d. cheee, Od. toild. cllc n tes i, to t1. SoOD'r.-Flne four, per ton,? 25; seconds, ditto, £23; bran, per. buhel I, t.; . wheat, 8s. Od. to 0e.;. mtoze, 2s Pd. to s5, 9dt;'ont, 49. to 4e. Od.; barley 'f- to as. 6d.: cheese Oi. to 7d:; bacon Od. to 7d.; htoy, £6 to £. HHOeSE I AooCKE..-Sr. Cihrles. Martyn reports: The amount. of business transacted this rweek ltbe been very limited; scarcely any good stock has come to the sales from the country--and that alone will o-ell. Hardly alything iiow remains in the Sydney market Ibut light oand uti...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860
LOCAL _NTELLIGNGOE.\ Tei: Gor.L EscornT leaves for Sydney this horn iog, taking the following quantities of gold:-- ' oz&.0 dts. gtrs. From Goulhurn..................:. .. 113. 15 0 Adelong ..... .............. 1118 14 1 , Gun tlagai ..-............... . 14 11 0 Kiandra ...................... 477 '0 1 ,, Coum ......... ... ... 90 9 8 S 3raiidivoud ..t............; . . 856 :t 18 The escort from Kiandra also brought 19 ozs.3 d. ts. of gold consigned to parties in Goulburn; ALnuocGD SncKn-or.--We lae have heard a report of two parties having been stuck olp near bhe Fitz lioy iro, inines, by two men.. One iof tilhe' artis is said to have been fired at. \We 'hear thit tone tans is in custody, but we have not succdded in 1an3RsT, UnEATIls, SN MAutttiAtE.-Inl the Goulburn district, during the past quarter, there have been registered 148 births, 43 being males and 65 females; 36 deaths,. 3' males and 13 females; and 24 marriages; onwof wlhich was by the distridt registrar. POLtCE RE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860
THE HERALD OFFiICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next' door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburo. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL 'J VERNER-STREET, GOULIURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W H OLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONTGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND pITT-STREET, BYDNwY', Nfext the ~Vetropolitan .BEaotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales., ITfIIE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, I every FRIDAY, at their l?roduce Stores, 66, Kling-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, bides, 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. DURHAMI and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. MR, nTMONTAGU3E BEALE, [FRO)M the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and ;j...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 July 1860
JIlEI), ON the 26th June, at the residenco of his father, Australian hotel, Coomna, fter nshort and painful illness of influenza, ]'nren, fifth son of Mlr. Josooen WAIoIt, nged II years, deeply regretted bY lharge and numerous family. i J @anhant Ikranlih. - WIDNI?SDA?AY, JULY 4, 1800. T'o make room far a denl of interesting matter, we are obliged to leave our leading article over till next issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
ANDREWT 'NEWMU~'NNt lontanistt LlADOonD or TIIo JOin AntiLtYCOnN), 1B GS to inform his old friends and tihe public generlly, that he hna once moie connolltleced business an an innkeeper in those Very Commodious Premises, exactly opposite tlhe New h lerald' Otlice, and to be Fcalled THE CRICKETERS' ARMS. The many years experioence A. N. heas had in the businest, aend tile reputatlhi for Cleanliness and Good Living the housen he formerly conducted always hbro, will, he hopes he regarded ns a sullocient guornnteo that parties iromn the country will flind the Cricketers' Arms as comfortablie a houo to stay at as alny in Ooulhurn. None but lthe heost liuluors will he k(pt, andl careful servants will he engaged. I litSI'-IiAT'IO 8TABnING, the boeat of foroge, and atientive grooms. ANDREW NEWMAN, CRICKETERS' ARMS, Upposite tile ' lerlehl' Oflice, 5807 Auburn street, Goulburn. THE GOULEBURN SCHOOL. TIEAI,-MAoTRn: H11. S. HAWKINS, M.A., St. John's, Cambridge, A?osIsTANT-MASTERS: I. IHAMIBURO...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
COAM?IWCIAL. HRERALD Ollico, Friday ovening. JI3SttTon through thue week ha hoeen rathor dull in the rettil line; but the wrholesruo trtde orntinues active. &lt;. Homn nrritreit ofproduco have tkoen placo during thu rele " .3r, onjltrn reports the purchose of 2 tous butter ond 1 tonl huron; sod Mesrrs. S.omanuel andl Sou of ? ton of ecrh. Carrigoe from nthmoy is lower, and thou,,hthcro it rts noturu .lull in tho mrtn to thu diggings it Is no loogoerhlrd toobtain it. * • OULBURON 1'ItCIS CURRENT. .t~hutr llr. to 12s. 4, F bushhl. .Jloour, fine, £30 it ton r;touds, £33. .read, 7L to 8d. i.tann, Or. hbushel * ?gaLe, ts. to Os. Od F bushel. Barley, 4s. to 4s. Od. bushoL Our, O. nt OrFObuhote. " ../,% £8to £0 ton. ' . . tintior, fitso, ls, to Is. 3d. t it.; maltr 11O " Cherand.to id.F?lb. IacOun, 3j.(dL to Od. ?t Oh. Egsr, ls. ud. to 2F. n doron. Potutoor, £5 to £0 ? ton. Onhoot, 13r, tolts. it cwt. Port Cattle, £0 to £7 7s. F hend, uttordtng to uVight. Ctlits, £1 to. to £I 15s. ...
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. APPREHENSION OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR STOPPING THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
* GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. APPREIIENSION OF TtE CONTRACTOR FOR STOPPLON TIlE LINE. (Fern .u'edaendh SA.:. Herald.) TlE Iltalit will learn with considerable surprise, and no less disl :attserction, that tile. extension of the Orett Western Roailway ? far as tihe hllacktown noad, upon awleh it was advertised that trains would yesterday cotmmene running, was not then opened for tralffc, the intentions ofthe GovernMent being fruee trated by a dlisgrecment between the contractor and the llaibway Deborltoent. The line hod been severeolimes in opedted by. the Commissioner for Railways and pronounced In asant state for publie teetlc. It appears that Mr. Gibbons being desirous of obtalalng a prompt settlement of ltls aceoent oteinst the eoernmnot, htad intimated to the railway otitilals bIs deslrs to get'tho :certiicato of the etghneer-in-.chif for the eoalplotn bofthe contract beforothe hline wasopened. Tlhere ts varlanc between the statements of the ontralctor and tihe comonnissooer on one ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
Agents for this Journal ARE required in various of the country towns of Sthe southern districts. Application to be ad dressed to the publisher. Wanted, T"EAMS for the Snowy, Now Providence. High 1 ost price given. Apply to JOSEPH BULL, 5797 Market-square, Goulburn. Horse Teams and Bullook Teams TW ANTED, to load immediately about 50 tons for Russell's and Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 Adjoining the Royal Hotel. - ENERAL SERVANT WANTED. Apply to " Mrs. R. LEIGH, Cliffordestreet, Goulburn. 5824 . . To Coachmakers. -gANTED, a Body-maker, a Carriage-maker, and n... Jobbing-hand. . Apply to, . SC. COLE; ?866 -"'." .. Venenerstreet, Gdulburn. Wanted, MI''iOiBD4NT by a sober steady respectable m :man a5 Vine-dresser, Gardener, &c.. Apply at IOA)hB'S Boarding House, Montague-streot, near Shl Engliih Church. 5885 SWanted, ' RESPECTABLE NURSEMAID) Australian Store. 5875 S: To Coachbuilders.: ' TTANTID,' T'WO BODY-MAKERS. bV Applyto ' .'.. . J. J. ROBERTS, s5859 .. Boyal Ho...
AUCTIONEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
AUCTIONEBI'S LtEPOIRT. ' J. tLtAot? reports but little doing in thle stonk' mnrkot: duotng tis.oeek, the unsettled sitle of thoe weather preventin one dr tto lots coming forward. Attention is otlled to tho large sale of ft stock by my sutessoors Inly and Co., as od v.etloed to loke plee on the 13th instant, at the Roew Sale Yaons, Bourko-streot. tIorscs.-llvo heold no sale during thoe, • ,-eek. Sold on Wednesday, one toom often bullocks with droy ond tacking complete, to .Ilcssrs.DaviosoodAieander,tfo thu sum otfI10; one thouonod fruit trees to D. It. Thorn, EnI., ot td. ech. i'roduce--Sold 2 rowt. buttor, ut it. 4d.t; and ournol of lmacon. t Od. uer lb.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
In the 'Sydney M?orning IHerald,' of the 3rd instant, appears an article.in which, while generally approv ing of the proposals to comploeto the. railway to Goulburn, exception is takeno to the present mode of raising funds for suchl purposes, by means of loanuse, which, according to thbo ' Herald,' those who ad .o'chltd them ars not very willing to pay. WeV en tirely disagree with our contemporary, as to th. tdndency of the "popular indl" to ropudiate or to ignore engagements of this kind. The perverseness is to be lamented which persists in attributing to all who. happen" to hane nothilng to lnsb," a desiro to prey upon their neighbours. 'Tlhis doctrine, sedulously maintained in the ' Sydney Morning Ilerald' on all occasions, is neither more nor less thIan a modification of the anclent sentiment, that wealth Is godliness and poverty sin. "The popular mind," says our city contemporury, ."detaches itself entirely from all considerutioss'of future payment. The instantaneous olffct is ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' : Mx;trA, CouNcl..-The council meton Thurs day, when the whole of the members were present. 'lhi minutes of the last meeting were read; also, a letter from the tosn-clerk to Mr. Dleniehy. request ing Ieimlto athsk certain questions of the government, which togetler with the reply of the executive has already been reported in our columns. MIr. Daniehy's answer was also read.. The mayor then moved " thlint tenders be called for for thile erection of ti ?ridcgo in Sloane-street, near the Scots' IKiirk.", It had been tirst thought that tills bridge should be repaired; hut afterwards to build a new one was considored thue better course. Then the matter was postponed uintil it cotdd be ascertained which line the government intended tie main south road should take. The answer of the governmnent .to Mr: Deniely's questions he thought did nt ll apply, to the same bridge. The bridge was daily becoming more rotten. "rom a conversation be had had with onea of tile men in c...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
LATER EUROPEAN -NEWVS. ARRIVAL OF 'TIlE SALSETTE. TnE Salsetto arrived at Kangaroo Island at 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Owing to MIr. Mackel'rs being abhsnt at the time engaged in repairiug.an accident to the telegraphic wire. no messages were Itrans mitted LilI Thursday at mid-day, and our own tele grams did not come to hand sufficiently early to allow of our sending out our usual extraordinary issue. Thle Salsette brings the May mail. The news does not seem to be very important. The following are telegraphed ajs she chief items. Wool has.uffered a further decline of one penny per lb. Garibaldi and his forces had disembarked in Sicily for the purpose of affording help to the insurgents who had risen against the authority of tile King of Naples. The Peninsular and Oriental Company have determined to abandon the existing cohtract for the conveyance of the mails to and from the Australian colonies. Tfhe greatchampion.fight betwe?p. Ta Sayers and Jack Heenao, the Beanicia Boy, is still uhde ...
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. THE LAST DAYS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
:SYDNEY. . - : 1: :t105o oba O OKVwCoRO SPOND?NT.] . .:.,'Wedlesday, 4 p.m. 'rE' LAS? DAYS OP TIIE 8ESSION.. It vwskknown of sourse, before 'pirliament met on Tuesday, that this ;sas intended to be 'the last day bf pa'liamentsry busimss: lNevertheless obstructive to the last, the opposilon in both houses resolved to make a final stand fsr the delay of public business. Accordingly the Asembly iti the first instance ob. jected to Robertson sying ,his land bills on the table. ;Martin's objections weore the richest, and exactly showed the charactir of the others. He said that, regarding the papes as " bills " they could not be introdneed at all sithout a formal motion for leave; but they were not tills at all if laid upon the table in that way; and thel again on' the other hand, he could not regard tlom'as mere'documents that might lbe laid upon the 'tstls at Any" time,seeing that they' were bills. .This kind of thing,-in which Plunkett of course took part, vai kept up for some time, ti...
HONG KONG. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
HONG KONG. May 23.-Very:little neows of importance. No furthcr.military preparationis are coaemplated this year. . ., Lord Elgin and Baron Gros had arrivod . The Island of Chusan habus beern placed in charge of an allied commission. .Marltets dull; busiess doepressod.,,.i" Canton still more unosettled, owing to thesuccess of thle insurgents. : Mr. Mi'Can, a'European, in the Chiieso :6tistoms, has booe inurdered'by thle Chinese. o
COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
COUNTRY ATEInS. ": .CO3fA (Froon our ownl Corres-onpdrt.) ltl1sr~nTEs~r 0 Mb 'l~I.3000 - i RColnoR ifoE~r-At Olin polie-ourt to-lin?, a deputntton of the inhabitants, about twelvo In number, wtoteoi.upon the bench of magistntrots, on Slsting of lobort nnrtson, Eosn, P.I., nod Witlinam GOrhoam and.Mauri , Iarnott," Esrs. MIr. ~A.lden taguo then addressed tlhe oench, and read the nnswerho blad nreiied from Coptino MoLerie, ?n which tfiot officer referred th0 potltionero to the Coomn bench of maglstrates. lie then Iienlfy stoted. the variouo reosons of the petitioners for diirong the'oe-instttement of 'ir. Žfotte, tlludiog to hls preiousoogood cianonere, end drnning threlf worships' attention to tite ilfhctuooty tho1 'ouln be tu finding another man, who, Ihowever cigllnot, nuold obtain the itonldlgo of the district that MIr. .ente bad o. qurnot In loss tlan tweloe months. In about two months they would he inundated with all sorts of clhnlocters" proceed Ing to tin diggings, wizen an ec...
GALLE. 11th June. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
S; GALLE. ' -'* Illth June. TOTAL WRECK OF TIIH ALALABAn.-On the 22nd May, tho Malabar, Captain Graingor, from Bpmbay to China, within half an hour of starting, witvh.Lord Elgin, Baron Gros, and stalr, and passengers all on board; po lives lost, part oflho miil lost; 100 boxds of spcoie, value £300,000), sunk in the wreck,-thle despatches all saved -irmains a total wreek,-niasts out of wator,,in Galle harbour. The stern moorings pareod in a heavy squall, when s swu wng and struok on a sunken rook, and then steamed on to sof' sand to provent her sinking in deep water.- ' '
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give insertion to all temperately and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
CO0:1.ESPb OND ENCIE. [We dro dtirous lo tat our columns shoutl be regored as open to otl prtioes, oind we are therefore iltting to give insertion to all tenpeoratety tnd ittelligiby wriatten ltetters o subjects of puhllct interetr, even thtough tho optinions adveneod moy bo dianetorlally opposito to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulbutrn Herald. Sin,-I must beg the favour of a small space in yourjournal to answer a letter of a " Looker-on," in which my name appears as one soliciting signa tures to a petition in favour of Mr. Liardet. In his letter he asserts that petition is signed by no person but servants, stone-breakers and returned diggers, which assertion I pronounce a gross falsehood, as the electoral roll of the district will prove; and I think Mr. "Loolker-on" must have a malicious motive in asserting such a falsehood. By inserting this you wvill oblige Your obedient servant, BARTHIOLOMEW RUSHi. Nattrii, July 5th, 1860.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860
COMMERCIAL. Dank rates- reduced to 44 per ~cent MIonoy market easy. Colonial seonrities docliuing. The Stock Mlarket is still fallitig, wing toi Garibaldi'$ expedition to Sicily. Exportsa. to tlii colonies con tilnhute liiaited.' To Moellourne and Geoloigj1welve veossels cleared. Soft goods, guopowdeo, butter, and tobacco heavy othlor goods light. To Sydney, eight vessels clearedt cargoes light. Adulaido, four vesosels clecred. TlloWv lower. Wool declined, in May 'sales, Id. to ld. Itides steady, Cocoaut' oil full prices. .Fifteen vessels loading for Port Phillp. in London; eight ditto Sydney; eiight ditto Adelaide. A panic on the Paris Bour?e. Our Stock Exchaungo dull and heavy. Since the arrival of gloomy news from Australia, colonial stocks untd shares lae o.been depressed, and unsaleable.' Victorian Debontures have sunk'' 107( to 106 and 1054. Neuv South Wales, 98 to 1o0. South Australian, 108 to 110; Geelong Railway Slhares 21t; Melburne aintd tobson's a a) I~tilhvay, 64. Ilank...