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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860

tO CORRESPONDBNTE. Corespondents, ta n inure n lon.'of ttheir letters, rn re qrueted to be trrle- Very lengthy letters can seldom bo Inserted. . Correoondlen na r msinded that wo pmRfes to inert only I dlettrA tlnt ar0 writtn Intllg(bl"y. "a are onntlantly receiving nmmunlocatliloR, to whidh 1i tppond.d a equeo.t that we will corrct inlatnakes Thllis entlthl an amount of labour that It is unfair to ihnpooe on u; in addition to hlch we am often unable to do more thtan guesso at theo wriler't mneaning. . . ._ . ._

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860

THE: HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial MIanufacturers. PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ] .NVERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, THOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS :MAKERS, aod SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, ·(ex t the IVMetropolitan Hotel. 5417 Coldnial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, Severy FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at tile usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 G6, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. iKR, .MONTAGUE BEALE, F ROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and S SIMS, Ipswich,...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 July 1860

Daiy of ll. Week. Dof Sun AI.. sun et M..o A' D11e Mo nath. Agtr eh. ATUIlDMAY ............. July 7 I 4 1 8 18 BUXiAY................ 8, 7 10 4 9 10 MoNIAY .....Y..... I 7 10 4 0,) 23 'UI .. .......... . . 1 7 10 6 11 SATUI)DAY, JULY 7, 1860.'

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

S TO THE PUBLIC. O'WING to the great increase In the business of the * Goulburn Herald 'office, it was found neces mary t;wo.years ago to secure additional premises ad jinin h those that had hitherto been' occupied; and the samet increase continuin5,' the proprietor has again found the accommodation afforded by these premises too small for the improved machinery the extension of his business has rendered necessary, and which is now shortly expected to arrive in the colony. SAt ver considerable expense, therefore, a printing office, superior in size and completeness to any out of Sydney, has just been erected in the most central part of the town; and thither the business of the office, has been removed, and will from and after to dn- be carried on. 'Ile best thanks of the proprietor are due for the degree of support, which has justified him in taking bis step. The n ew premises imamediately adjoin the Aus tralion Store. * 'Ierald' Office, 12th May, 160. , . ' TO:SUBSb RIDERS." A GREA...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Sydney daily papers ) . The London wool sales commenced on 3rd .instant, with a large attendlnco of home and foreign buyers; the openinfg prices were at a trifling redaction from the 1 arch soaes, but nctive competition soon led to recovery. 87,000 bales are already sold, of which 15,000 are Victorian. The sales close .Juno 2ld, when 69,000 bales will have been offered. . The Liverpool emigration returns show an extraordinary exodus of Irish from there to America. Operations on the Royal Charter wreck are going on. Many articles of private property have been recovered. The Sailors' Home at Liverpool is burnt clown. The seamen of the John Sugars have been prosecuted by the master, James Hewitt, for mutinous slanders, three of whom were found guilty and imprisoned. Emigration bids fair to be brisk for three months. The March mails were delivered in London, via Mareilles, on the 5th, and Southampton 11th May. The new mail arrangements entered into by th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

Wanted, A SITUATION as GROOM, &c., a sober, honest, single man, with good character. Apply ofico of this paper. 5907 Agents for this Journal ARE required in various of the country towns of the soisthern districts. Application to be ad dressed to' the publisher. WW t ..Wanted, TEAMS for.the Snowy, Noew Providence.. High, . epst price given., Apply to'. . JOSEPH 'BULL,? 797. M.sr,?r', ,' ý ket-snjsaro,; Goulbui"n: To Cariioers. ' WI ANTED, drays to load for Coolringdon; Manoe . I': roo." Apply at Bradloy's Mill. 5. 04 c .Horse Teams and Bullook Teams W ANTED, to load immediately about 50 tons S oi.Russoll's and Kiandra. '. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5I02 Adjoining the Royal IIotel. To Coachmakers. T ANTED, a Body-maker, a Carriage-maker, and ;V a Jobbing-hand. Apply to C. COLE, 5865, o Verner-street, Goulburn. Notice of Removal. " 'C. ALBRECHT, HAIRDRESSER, &c., H AS REMOVED from his old premises in Sloaio-stroeet, to the promises lately occupised by Martin and Beaumo...

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On Wednesday, the 8th day of August. COUNTRY LOTS—ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

On Wednesday, the 8th day of August. COUNTRY LOTS-AROYLO1 ., ,,.. Lot 1, 40 acres; lot 2, 39 acres-near, the. Shoal haven River, at and near R. Loseby'i 50 aores, abbut 6 miles south from Oallo--exclusively of a road 50 links wide.c Lot 3, 37 acros-on Nerrimunga Creek, about 5 miles south-east of Yarralaw. Lot 4,' 31 'acres-on the loft bank of Yarralaw Creek, near Juliou tolfe's 125 acres, about 5 miles south from JBungonia. Lot 5," 50 acresa; lot 6, 41 acres-on Limestono Creek, near Daniel Cooper's 5000 acres near Lake Bathurst. .. .. . . . :. . ? . .. . . Lot 7, 97 acres 2 rodos-adjoining J. Lehane's 851 acres, and E. and .M. Ryan's 1229 acres near Laake Bathurst. Lot 8, 31 acres; lot 9, 30 acres-adjoining U. Winter's 45 acres, near Spring Valley. Lot 10, 33 acros; lot 11, 43 acres; lot 12, 51. acres; lot 13, 41 acres-on the road from Bungendoro to Goulburn, adjoining and near to R. Cooper's 960 acres. Lot 14, 36 acres-on the road from Spring Valley to Collector, near J. Doherty's...

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COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those In transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

COMMERCUIAL. LUls otherwise expresed, the price. quoted In rhi r artle art .,,those In transaelons between the producer and the feet pur chaser; not a between one dealer andaoloher, tmuochlen the retail pricei.t atnAhnool.- Fine foour, per ton £35; ration ditton £33 to 343; wheal, per tothel, i.. to 14s.; bran, none; nloee, 0e. to t10e.; hay, £1 per ton; potatoes, per eot.,. tOs.to 121.; sait butter, per lb., Is 0d. to l. 7d. t cheese, Id., to 7rd.; baco.n 8d. to lt., Aon.ooio.--Sllt pork, per lb., retal, 1s.; bacon, Ie. sd.; colonialte Ohee, Is.; Englio h ditto, 1s. ld. to a. ; foor, per 200 tbe., £ 14?.; fresh butttr, 3n. ; salt dilto,2s.; oats, per bushel, Os. to 10s.; maize, 7e. to 8s.; tin , per ton, £15; potatoes, per nct., 18.. to i£; rei, £': 5n.; IIght draug t hoerle, X£t to £20; heavy ditto, £5 to £40d ; good useful hick h, t15 to £00 ; nferior, ditto, £1nd to £14 ; ortieog bultoekb, £7 to £?0. tTbUtttoea.-iIoour, ine, per ton, £'05; seconde, ditto, £20; ihealt, per bunhe,...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. On Tuesday, the 14th day of August. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS.—WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

AT TilE rOLICE*orrocE, WAOOA WAGGA. On Tuesday, the 14th day of August. sI'ECIAL COUNTRY LOTS.-WYNTARD. Lot I, 44 acres; lot.2, 39 acres; lot 3, 31 acres; lot 4, 30 acres, lot 5, 39 acres-at Wagga Wagga, lying between John Cox's portion 26, Patrick Hogan's portion 35, F. A. Thomson's portions 32, 33, and 34, and the left bank of the hMurrumbidgeo River. These lands are subject to inundation. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS- CLARIENDON. Lot 6, 8 roods 16 perches-subject to inundation in very high floods. The upset price of the above lot is £2 per acre. Lot 7, 9 acres 3 roods-partly subject to inunda tion iu very high floods; lot 8, 19 acres; lot 9, 23 acres; lots 10 and 11, 20 acres each; lot 12, 22 acres; lot 13, 18 acres 3 roods; lot 14, 20 acres; lot 156,25 acres; lot 16, 13 acres; lot 17, 21 acres; lot 18, 22 acres 2 roods; lot 19, 17 acres 3 roods-subject to in undation in very high floods. The upset price of the above lots is £1 10s. per a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

AT Dorsworth, by tlthe Rv. A']). S?oares, on the 5th instant, ALIXANEIL EItYvn?It, Esq, of Micilago, to COIALOTTE; eldest daughter'of the late Captain .Alured Traskar .ounce, formerly of the 4th or SKlg's Own Regimenit. WEDNESI)AY, JULY 11, 1860.

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THE LAND BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

T TIl LAND. ILLS. THE following synopsis of the land bills recently in troduced by the ministry,. is from the 'lliawarra Mercury': BILL FOR REGULATING THE BALE OF GROWN" LANDS. Clause 1.-Defines the meaning of the terms, "Crown' Lands," "Town Lands," "Suburbain Lands," &c., &c. ' 2.-Repeals such orders in Council as are.-re pugnant to this act. . 3.-Autlhorises the Governor, -with the advi~eof the Executive, to dedicate lands for Public Purposes. 4.-Enacts that the Governor and Executive may, by notice in the 'Government Gazette,' set apart sites for new towns or villages, and also define the boundary of any suburban land attached thereto. 5.-The Governor with the advice, &c., may dedicate lands for railways, canals, roads, water. works, places of worship, charitable, scientific, or educational purposes, provided that due notice is given in the 'Government Gazette,' and such dedi cation reported to Parliament within a month after its assembling. 0.-Exempts Cr...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

FURTHIER EUROPEAN NEWS. (Frosa our own files.) The Paris correspondent of the ' Times' says the despatches received from Italy created a bewilder ment on the Bourse which amonnted almost to a panic. It was reported in Paris that General Lamoriciero las made a movement, and that he was to be checked hy 5000 Piedmonttese embarked at Gunoa. The 'Times' has received ian important despatch from Naples, stating that, the state of affairs being precarious, the tking has reqnuested foreign interfe rence. Vienna, Miay 17. - The ' Pressoe ' publishes the following telegram:--Pcsth, May 16.-An autograph letter of the Emperor is to be published to-morrow, allowing the constituted superintendents to assemble in convention to discuss the question of sending depu ties to a general conference, and to make proposals for a synod. Free choice of superintendents and curates will be granted. The trials pending against protestants have been suspended. The 'Commercial Daily List' says:-" We hear on author...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. Electric Telegraph Station, Albury. ATTENTION is invited to a notice in the ' Go vernment Gazette, calling for Fresh Tenders for Erection of all Ele:rle Telegraph Station at Albury. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Electric Teleo graph Starion, Albury," will be received at the Public Works iOfice, Sydney, up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 24th July next. Plan, specification. and form of tender may be seen, and Itrther partirulars obtained at the COL(INIAIL ARCHIf?PE3'PS Office, Sydney, and at tho Police Ollicc Albury. 5745 Reform your Bakers' Bills. E. LLOYD, BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, OLD ' HERALD' OFFICE, Auburn-street, Goulburn, R SPECTFULLY calls attention to his scale of l charges for Bread, regulated according to the price of flour as followsr: FLOUR PER TON. BSoST BREAD PER LOAI. £20 to £25 ......... Sixpence, £25 to £30 ............... Sevenpence, £30 to £35 ............... Eightpence. The advertiser has been the first to determine the price of bread o...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

,YDNEY. [~Fons 'rU METROPIOLITAN PA0RSI.) A branlh of Balnk of New South Wale is now open in tie southern part ot the city, at tie corner of Parrainatta and Botany streets. / : Another ease of goods, consigned tql Mi, Lipman, and invoiced as silk. umbrellas, was found on opening to contain stones, straw and rubbish. ,:On Tuesday morning, a son of Mr. Ferris, of Par ramatta,.was:proceeding in a dray through thestreet. when the dray receiving a sudden tilt, the child full, his head, felling.between the iros guard and the spokes of the wheel;'- inssnt death ensuod. cA t.h,: e in'aid of the comple 5'5e nF t. A".,..·· 'rrurcn . « .,.: .1..4:__ --".,ral days last weel(. It may be uonsidered tile most int-re ting and success fiul of the season-whether as regaids the variety and 'elegande of the articles sold, the ipries.realised, or the attendance of purchasers. SWe do not ever recollect to' havo sen fogs so provnaloit as during the present season. The unn scarcely 'disappears below the ho...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

"To'the Editor of the Goulturn Herald. Sm,--I really think that the conductor of a public .journal, having any pretence to respectability or information, owes his astonished readers some ex planation, how he could defile his pages, by holding ;up to scorn a profession more or less shared by the most honourable and unsullied names of Australia --a profession which, without aid, spread civiliza Ition, wealth. population and business over this colony; at the same time assisting the mother country to an enormous trade, and relieving her, at the colouy's cost, of her unemployed myriads. "These were the direct advantages produced by our profession. .But, sir, there are vastly greater indirect ad vantages attributable to the Australian grazier. It is indisputable that had he not made known the .interior-pioneered tihe way-conquered the savages -prepared the supplies-could neither be known nor worked thlcse mines which have so much altered for the, better the poor man's condition here and t...

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CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

CHANGE IN THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. A change is about to take place in the Australian mail service. The directors of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company, finding, after thirteen months' experience of their contract, that it entails a considerable loss, have definitively decided upon throwing tip the contract, and have already intimated this decision to the Government. The present subsidy is already £180,000 of which one-half is payable by the colonies, and the other half by the Imperial Govern mont, and the Company's expenses leads to a belief that the amount ought to be raised to £250,000, in order to allow them any margin of profit. Before the matter arrived at its present stage the Company submitted to the present Government that, in consideration of an addition of £25,000 being paid to the present subsidy whereby the total would be raised to £205,000, and of the service being limited to between Australia and Point de Galle, instead of Australia and Suez, they could esta...

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OUR POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

Oult POIo.1c MOAGIOTRATO.-W.e regret exceod ingly to have heard a rumour that .Mr. Atkins has resigned his "commission as Police Magistrate here and at Wodonga. We know nothing of the circum stances which have induced such a result, but we are quitesure when. he returns to Albury, (if he should come shorn of his dignity os P.M.) the inhabitauts of tbho,town aud district.generally will not be slow to make some acknowledgement for his long and faithful services.-' Albury,l3?uacr,' ., .,

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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 temperatel and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

0CORRSPONDENCE. [W, are d.sour tinour columns should be regarded ao open to all parties,anowe are therefore willing to give Insertion to • t" oo"arlt otmrl. ' and intelligbly written letters on esnbeote of - ,publo inlere,, evroen though thel opinionls advanced map be .dlametrlcall opposite to our own.] T[E MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. To oe Editor of the Goulburn Herald. S. S,-I sannot help observing with regret the dis position wlich exists amongst a certain class of per ,sons to roile, or treat with contempt, every colonial institutiol. Tho gibes and jeers against the repro. .sentotive of the people, in parliament assembled, are literallyworn threadbare, and consist of the same old futile wtempts at saentire. Of course, from the mild ooature of our Constitution, a shield of impunity .shelters these misdrable scribblers, who, under the .anak of an.assumed name, endeavour to drag every -institution'and every person down into the mire of -their.own dirty level. o,, ..?. ..,,,sy-oeme-lately, w...

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

FOREIGN. The long-expected European tempest seems to be rapidly gathering. The absorbing event of the month is the departure of Garibaldi for Sicily. On the night of the 5th, accompanied by 20,000 picked men, the guerilla chieftain entered Genoa, and oembarked in the vessels, which proceeded for the expedition. lie baffled and eluded the Neapolitan cruisers, and on the 11th effected a landing at Marsala, not far from Palermo. It was reported that one steamer was captured, but the statement is denied. He is furnished with abundance of war materials. Other expeditions are being organised to follow, and volunteers are flock ing from all parts of Sicily. Subscription lists are opene. in London, Milan, Turin, and other places, and even French soldiers are asking permission to join the gallant bhand. France, Russia, and Nal?les have protested to the Sardinian Government, which pleads that it has done its utmost to prevent the perilous enterprise. France expresses its satisfaction with the...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY. I'tnsuANT to advertisement a public meeting was held, in the school-room attached to the Wesleyan chapel in this lown, on Monday evening, for the purpose of forming a society (or the relief of cases of distress now existing, or which may hereafter riseo in the neighbolrhood. Only about twenty Iprsons were present. Tihe Itev. -BENJAnIIN CItHAPMAN took the chair, and explained the reasons for which the meeting had been convened. Ilo then called on Mr. C. II. Walsh to explain the objects and read the proposed rules of the intended society. Mr. C. H. 1\V.tstl then explained the objects of the society.. They were to visit and relieve the dis tressed stranger, the resident silo, and the indus trious poor. A similar society had been in active operation in Sydney for years; and, generally, wherever methodism had numerous professors, they would find that such an organisation existed. Re lief was extended beyond tile pale of their own church, irr...

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