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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860
rtu, vu.PUND9 A *7 (,Gorrondeonts, to ensure IntrtIot*or thesr lettcr.joorc re questod to be brit.L-Vory litngiy, lsttlir oau seldoam be InvertLe CorrTponndent rOe r nde tlot"o prIfr Ms to Intset only iltrs tlas tlt are written lutlelllbly. Wi " afr ceonslnntly reilring monununllatlons,.to,wlltoh IS' pi|noded' roiuoat th.t wrie wll correct tmlistCk. This 'oi>ts''to nount f labour that It In unfair to impos on 0ts; in addition to which we are often unsble todo morc than guess at the write'rs meautun.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Gonlburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. pPOSITE TAHE CATHOLIC CHAPEL; VERNER -STREET, GOULBURN. 4944 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, , HARNESS MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONIIIONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Xert the MNVetropolitan Eotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. ITHE uanersigned SELL privately, or by aucetion, every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, 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. DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MIACHINES. M?,R MONTAGUE BEALE, F ROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and SIMS; Ipswich, En...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860
LTO SUBSOItIIBEIS. AGRAT mn f our u subscribers have ex pressed a wish to pay in advance, but say their absnene.from town frequently prevents.ltheir. doiug. Wu. We, may remind thmn that they can always re mit .i poenny, or; twvo-pednpy ostage statapso;which are tJust as valuable as cash to us.. By paying a quarter in'odvance a saving of one shilling is efticted. By paying twelve months in ad vance, there is a gain of four shillings. OUR.AGENTS '7O110 -have not yet made their quarterly remit - .: tanoes ureo'requotiedto do so without delay. .QUEANBEYAN. IM R. *MEHEGAN has.,been appointed agent for this journal in the above district, and is authsrised to recoivy subscribieri' tames,, advertiseo Snmaits, and orders for job-printing. o:. : "'SYDNEY -AGENCY. ' R: ARTIHUt CUBITT,'?Nc?v An ent, Bridge .l/ street, Sydney, has Ibee appointed 'agent for this paper, and is authorized to receive advertise mtents;'subsriptions, and payimnts for advertising accounts.
CROWN LANDS' SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Tuesday, the 7th day of August. COUNTRY LOTS.—ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860
CROWN LANDS' SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Tuesday, the 7th day of August. COUNTRY LOTS.-ARGYLE. Lot 1, 52 acres; lot 2, 50 acres-at and near the confluence of Guineacor Creek with the Wollondilly River, ner Bowman's Hill, Lot 3, 88 acres-distant about two miles north- westerly from John Jamieson's 200 acres (Green- wich Park)-exclusively of a road 60 links wide. Lot 4, 59 acres-on the Wollondilly River, near Long Reach, adjoining Jamieson's land, and near the site for National School-exclusively of a road 50 links wide. Lot 5, 40 acres 2 roods; lot 6, 44 acres; lots 7 and 8, 41 acres 1 rood each; lot 9, 34 acres 2 roods; lot 10, 35 acres 2 roods--adjoining and near to Saxe Bannister's 2560 acres, and J. Dickson's 1200 acres (Gullen), about 6 miles north-westerly from the Vil- lage Reserve of Pomeroy. Lot 11, 35 acres-on Ryan's Creek, near the Vil- lage Reserve of Pomeroy. Lot 12, 44 acres; lot 13, 30 acres-adjoining and near the south boundary of Saxe Bannister's 2560 ac...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 July 1860
ONE of tile most importanit national ques tions, deserving the attentive consideration of parliament, has reference to Chinese immnigra tion. To a very large uiajority of the colo nists, the admission of 'thousands of these heathen half-caste Tatarrs, is exceedingly ob noxious in a moral, social, and political point of view; and there can exist no doubt that the few and feeble arguments adduced in fiuvor of Chinese immigration,, are completely over borne by the various and weighty reasons against it. The advocates for the unrestricted continuance of such idiniigration, 'call ioplhis try to the aid of their specious argnments. They urge that to place any distinct restric tion upon the Chinese as immigrants, would - lie to interfere with the principles 'of free trade, and with those principles of liberty which maintain thlat England,-tlhe .British empire at large-is open to, and an asylum for, people of every clime and country, irre epective of difflrencee in colour or in creed. lhlie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
ORWELL HOUSE, MtACLEAY-ST'rl T, t DA.RLING IURST, SYI)NEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. FA FEW VACANCLES for BOARDERS and -l DAY PUPILS. :. OrtNIONS" OF THE PRoSS; " The answering would have done credit to students in any college in the world. The systein at Orwell' House may rightfully claim a preccdenco for intel lectual power very far over all tihe private establish meals sn these colonies, and, for the depth, and variety, and elegance of the education imparted. Such an examination places this ladies' seminary onr an equality with any- institution, however. high, in Europe."-Editorihd report of the Christmas exami nation, in' Frecman's Journal,' 25th December, 1858. "This seminary appears to take a higher range than we had reason previously to hope the colony nafordod. It is gratifying to observe that the impor tant task of instructing the futuroemothers of the colony in elegant and useful acquirements is so officiently taken up by Miss Moore."-Report of ditto in ' Newcastle Chron...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REI'OIRTS. Messrs. 1'. )llo.tnt AoD Co. report:-SStock.-Thcre Is no movement at present in tile horse market, which is very'banre of buyers. Hlave sold S hoed, at fromo £ 10s. to £13 Also tolbu of t bullocks, dray and tackl', for £70. On Mondany, lot of cattlo Irom the station of Mr. Dallas, on the Murrum bidgee, small, but some fit for the butleher, rellsed aso llows: --1st yard, 10 head, Mr. Allloo, at £1; £ ad yard, 10 head, ditto, at £4 lbs. Od.; trd yard, 11 head, Mr. Carroll, at £3 is. I.; 4Ith yard, 10 head, Mr. bhnons, at £3 7s. Id.; 0th yard, 10 head, Mr. llassocltt, at £4 ; th yard, 10 head, ditto, at £3100. For good conditioned cattle there Is a fair opening, and such would realist well. trodoe.c-We have sold three tons hSydney flour, 0 £20 per ton; alto a lot of hides and sheepskins, the former at 4s. od., and the latter at Sd. per lb. Messrs. Ftl?yA t.o CO. report having dlsposal of 150 head fat cattle, the property of Mr. Me GOuio..c, toont the Maequarlt d...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
GOULUUR?N 1I3I(!1 CUtI?No Whrata, Ilo to 129 Id.'t bushoL Flour, fine, LA5 ' ton; secoods, £3. Bread, 7L to 8d. Bran, 2s. bushel" Male, 6. to Os. d bushel " ' .. , Barley, 4s. to 4s. Od. !p bushel .-:. Onto, ., to 6Bs. i busheL : lly, £t to £ 81 ton. Butter, fresh,le. 4d. to is. 6d. 1b.; ult, il. hese, Sd.to0d.. 31? ?:' Bacon,, 7d. to 9d.?1 lb. E2#,ls; d to 2s 41 Boson. , 'lotatoes, £ 10s. to £7 1692.1 ton. . Onilos, :,a toIOs.l2iowt. :. Nt Coattl, £3 10s. to £7 7s'l?lO hnd, accordlng to wlght. Calves, £1 5. to £1 15s. 81 head. Sheep, 10o. to 6o. 81 head. I'sl,4, 4tod. t to 4 :4. C .. • Tollow, £46 to £5.3 1 ton, for'good samplen. 1lidts, 4s. to 5s. eacl. " - t Sheepskins,, 4%/d. to 64. 1 lb. • C?arrliage ^ ton-Sydney to Goulburn, £8 1ts.; eonu burn to hydcy, L; (oulohrnto Russell's (1 miles fromn Glbeon's.'l Pinlus), £1; Ooulburn to Malndres, £5; Goulbwlo to l3raidwood, £5 to £5 10t.
THE LATE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
T11iM LATE FJIGHIT FOJt TtII CtHAAMP'ION (Frmana the Home: I.Ms.) Sinc' the puiltlietion of our last, it is not too ?itch to shIy thnit thle figlit betweeon Snyers'J tintd .lleenrii for thel clhmplionslhip has been one of the prlincipnl toplics of general interest amongstt the grteat body of the English Iublic. t'e slubjoin t comllete history ol the contro versy which hIa been going forward between thebo two pugilists nedt their partisans, and which, as will be seen from a letter of eonaenn's, dated May 14, and a reply to it hb Snayers, is still far fionm being settled. Wo subjoin also a collection of"a miscellanea, " relating to the fight, which we believe many of otr readers will peruse with interest. PThi followitng report appeared in the 'Times' of Aprtnil 19:--"As some of tlhe lsupplrters of Ileennn have sprehd a rumour that. the English champion wonld Iave been defeated htadlthe fight been allowed to go on, we tmay mention, on the authority of tlhe refi'tre, tlhat he closed th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
* Agents for this journal ARE required in. various of the country towns of the southern districts. Application to be ad dressed to the publisher. Wanted, FIEAMS for the Snowy, New Providence. High. I eat price given. Apply to JOSEPH BULL, 5797 Market-square, Goulburn. Horse Teams and Bullock Teams S TANTED, to load immediately about 50 tons V for Russell's and Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, •5856 Adjoining the Royal Hotel. To Coachmakers. TIT ANTED, a Body-maker, a Carriage-maker, and a Jobbing-hand. Apply to C. COLE, : ,86 Verner-street, Goulburn. lT¶HE DUTIES of Mrs. ROSS' SCHOOL will be I RESUMED on WEDNESDAY, the 18th July. Manse, Goulburn, S26th June, 1860. 5791 - To Parents and Guardians. EDUCATION AND HEALTH. : TODD, of Murray's Flats, is open to receive a S i few boarders. TERM0-MIODERATE. 5898 Argyle Steam Mill.., TIIHE undersigned begs to inform his frienda' that I his large Corn Crosher is now at worlk-. Maize, barley, &re., cracked at Gd. per bushel. W5L CO...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
To the Editor of the Goutlurn Herald. SIn,-I'beg the favour of a short space in your highly esteemed paper to reply to a letter I saw in your journal of the 7th instant, signed by B. Rush, contradieting my letter, dated the 30th June last. Mr. Rush states that this letter asserts that the petition was signed by no person but servants, stonebrealers, and returned diggers, which assertion he' pronounced a gross falsehood. Now, Sir, Mr. Rush takues the liberty of pronouncing my assertion a falsehood, without showing the public any reason for so doing. Should Mr. Rush point out to the public one individual who signed the petition in question that is not a servant, I will willingly give in that my assertion was a falsehood. IMr. Rush also appeals to the electoral roll-I am satisfied to do that too-and the publk will see whether Mr. Rush had any ground to pronounce my assertion a false hood, or not. Mr. Rush also asserts that it was through a malicious motive that I asserted such .a false...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
IT is no longer possible to deny that matters in Europe begin to wear a very threatening appearance; and If it should happily occur that peace sh6uld be maintained, it will be in, defoiance of a combitiation of circumstances that now seem to point the other way. In the first place France and Russia have entered into a cordial alliance. -After the declaration of Lord John Russell, that England must seek more trustworthy friends than the French ]tmperor, this was to have been expected. The ominous Prince Gortsehakofftnow once more conies before the public, and we hear -of a representation made by him to "the diplomatic staff at St. Petersburgh, to the effect that the conduct. of the Turks towards the Christians should elicit an energetic remonstrance from the European powers. Everybody knows what this means. The energetic remonstrance is intended to take place in the form of a Russiant invasion, and accordingly the lRussian army is. once more .mustering on the Pruth. That ltraco willo...
ROAD FROM NELLIGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
RROAD FoM NELlOGEN.-Mrr. J. B. Wilson 2M.L.A., has received a petition for presentation to the Gaoernment, signed by 620 relidents of the district of Braidwood, ,prayipg for the immediate formation of a road from Nrlligen to Kiandra, via ":_ longs, Ruidsadlo, and iBallalaba-as a leading road to a sea-port convenient to the capital of this colony -*Empiro.-. -
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
COMMERCIAL. ' HeALD. ' Office, Friday evening. Bue a very moderate amount of business has been transacted during the week. The arrivals of produce have not been very great. )fr. Benjamln reports the purchase of 25 cat. butter, and a parcel of bacon. A large prcel of each has also booeen purchased at the Austraollan Auction MInrt. Carriage to ilandra Is still very hard to be obtained, though as high as £15 per ton Is offered. The road from tussell's to the diggings Is described as being at the present tline in very good condition.
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
SYDNEY. LenoeM ou WN oll Utousvo?SHTi.] i .: Wedihesdby, 4 p.m. There is scarcely an item of news that does not re lae to war. It is inpossible to read th'O European iupers without arriving at.the absolute conviction that England must either be soon at war with France and Russia, or consent to sink to the rank of a third rate power. What is to become of us all? In all seriousness, nothing is more probable than that an enemy desirous of extemling his power should seize upon Sydney harbour as a naval port, levy largecon tributions on the banks and Newcastle collieries, nnd establish a 'dep6t in W'ort Jockeon,' from which oporations might be extended throughout the Pacific. And here, in the very nick of time, we have news of that wretched, imbecile and coward, who commands our unfortunate troops in, New Zealand, having allowed another disaster, more calamitous than any before, to overtake them, while he retired to canp instead of pushing forward to their 'nssis taAine. Another battle t...
COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. . (From our owtu Correspondent.) PoLlcs.--There was no business to-day, owing to the indisposition of the police magistrates, and no other magistrates being present.-Two drunkards during the.week were each fined £1, and two.others to-day were admitted to bail.-The following pri soners are now in Cooma gaol, awaiting escort to Goulburn, and will start tomorrow morning: Catherine Kelly, given up to the authorities by Mr. Rookey of Mount Pleasant for protection, supposed to be of unsound mind; John Richards, for making his escape from tile Parramatta lunatic asylum; and five Chinese, from Itiandr, sentenced to three months' imprisonment for assault upon some of their countrymen. GoLD NEws.-I have little to report under this head. About forty teams, laden with goods, have passed through Cooma during the week, a few diggers, and about one hundred Chinamen. The latter seem likely to assemble in large numbers on Kiiandra. The reports, on the whole, from the various dig...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .GOULBURN SCIIOOLOF ARTS. TutE half-yearly general meeting of the members of the Goulburn School of Arts was held in the read ing-room, on Wednesday.. Some delay arose throughl there not being a, quorum, the.laws requiring that at least twenty members shall be present; but eventually the reqlird' number' was got together, and the business commenced. .In the absence of- te president the chair was taken by the vicepresident, 1V. Chatfield. Esq. The CtalnRMan said that lie was sorry to see so poor an attendance, which, however, might be ac counted for by the prevalence of inlluenza. lie hoped the members present would make up for the delicient numbe'rs by excess of zeal. There was important business to be transacted, and he had therefore hoped that there would have been a larger. attendance. lie would now call on the secretary to read the report. * The SECRnTARtY then read the TunLRT£sNTIa IIALt-rv-ABn Itero ?Ptr c?on GOUtnmUN SceOOL OF ARTS AND MarrAiesICSI' sroLer...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860
TO CORRE.SPONDENTS. borrespnndents, o ensure inertlon of their letterr, arr re questal to be briet. Very lengthy leters can eldom be neertsl. . usrrrpondent amre remindel that we professltonluertonly Ietters that are wrlttn Intelligibly, We are constantly rcoleing enmmet icatieone, to which is appended a reucest that we will corrent o mstakelr. This entals n alanount o labour tha It Is i unclr to Impose n tee; en adclition to lwhich we a?n oen unablc too mscrn than gues at the serltr's mocnllng.