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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 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 Manufacturers. •PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL X. :VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, ý THOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREE T, SYDNEY, :- ?rest the M1etropolitan motel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE. undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, 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 MACHINES. MR. MONTAGUE BEALE, FTROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and 1 SIMS,.Ipswich, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860

CALENDAL.. * ~ lytd ek'· t ltf .g l un Oct .v'loon'a SATUiRAY ........I.... y 14 7 0 9 8 25 BUN UY 9......7B.... .. . 11, 7 S 95 3 *oS7SAY ......:1( 7 R 5 ' 27 Ri7BI)IAY...:.......... . 17 7 8 6 4 29

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860

' ro 'sUBSCRttnlERS. GREAT many of our subscribers have ex . pressed a wish to pay in advance, but say their absmnce frim town frequently prevents their. doing so We may remind them that they can always re mit in penny or twn-penny postage stamps, which are just as valuable as cash to us. Bvy paying a quarter in advance a saving of one shilling is effected. By paying twelve monthsin ad vance, there is a gain of founr shillings. OUR AGENTS S1'7 110 have not yet made tlleir quarterly remit I ances are requested to do so without delay. QUEANBEYAN. ItI R R. MEIIEGAN has been appointed agent . for thisjournalin the above distriut, and is authorised to receive subscribers' names, advertise r ments, and orders for job-printing. SYDNEY AGENCY. " Ilt. ARTIIUIt CUBITT, News Agent, Bridge S h.L street, Sydney, has been appointed agent for this popes, and is authorized to receive advertise mients. subscriptions, and.paymonts for advertising aecounts. 'IhE Fricnds of tho aute DI. H. TIL' RN, Esq...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 July 1860

BIRTHS. AT her residence, Maneroo-street, Queanbeyan, on   Wednesday, the 11th instant, Mrs. JAMES O'NEILL,   of a son. AT her residence, Auburn-street, Mrs. E. SEKEMAN, of a daughter.   AT her residence, Verner-street, on Thursday morning last, Mrs. H. MITCHELL, of a son. DIED, AT Wynella, the 12th instant, D. H. TROHN, Esq.,   aged 34 years, much and deservedly respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, leav- ing a wife and four young children to lament their loss. The Goulburn Herald.       SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

The Strangers' Friends Society. THE present want of employment, and the pro. I vaililng illness having on easioned numerous eases of great destitutioln and distress in families and individuals long resident or temporarily located in this district, time esthablishment of "A Strangers Friends Society" becomenmos an absolute necessity. The object of such Society being to visit and re lieve the slistressed stranger, the resident sick, and the industrious poor. of good chlaracter, and of every religilos persuasion, in and about the locality in which it may be established, it is well adapted to meet the pressing wants of the destitute and dis tressed, now daily presenting themselves here. Similar Societies exist all through England and Irelasd, chiefly in connction with the lMethodist Church, the organisation of which is peculiarly fitted for aenryingodut the object in view. The chief advantages secured by their existence are that open and professional begging is dis couraged, really dese...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

Wanted, A SMART LAD for a slationer's shop. Apply at the Herald Book Mart. Servants Wanted, IT ALE and Tfmalo, married or single; man as GARDENER, woman as GENERAL SRR VANT. Alo, a strong notive LAD. Apply to· j. FULTJAMES, Riveirsdale Cottage, 5950 Old Townsbip. To Carriers. W ANTED, ays to load for Coolringdon, Mano roo. 1 A pplyat Bradley's Mill... 5904 Agents for this Journal A RE required in varioaus of the country towns of the southerns districts. Application to be ad dressed to the publisher. Horse Teams and Bullock Teams W ANTED, to load immediately about 50 tons for Russell's and Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5625 Adjoining the Royal Hotel. £150 Wanted, FOR building purposes, on loan for four or fire 1' years. Tho capital secured upon the buildings; the ointeret paid by Sydncy Church Society. Address, Rev. D1. N. MI. HULLUSRT, M.A., Collector. 5048 I IlE DUTIES of Mrs. ROSS' SCHOOL will, be L RESUMED on WEDNESDAY, the 18th July. Milaose, Goulburn, 26th June, 1860, 57...

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SAYERS AND HEENAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

SAYERS AND IIESNAN. The ' Times,' of April 23, publishes the following coriespoudence: " TO TE EDITOIt OF ' BELL'S LIFE. " London, April 20. "Sir,-Not having 'obeen able to obtain from you, as referee, a final decision upon the light of Tuesday lost, I desire to demand, through you, a new meeting within the pre. sent week. I make this demand from having beun informed that it haboon sueiggosted on your part I shouidd give Mr. Sayers sufficient time to recover from certain injuries received by hini during his encounter with me. Now, Sir, while I amu willing to accomodate bim in any proper way, I must not be unmindful of my own rights. I also received injuries, but I bargained for them ; and I put it to you, as a man of honor', whether, if I had been deprived, through the effects of the raid battle, of my eyesight, or the use of my arm (as in the case sf Brettle, when di-aubled by Sayers), you would have made Sayers wait for me any length of time that might be dictated by my private do...

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A BREACH OF PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

A BIIEACII OF PHiIVLLIGIEt. ULyDtn the above hleading, tihe silly attempts of Mir. Murray to gain thle honour ot kaight hood ad leave to wearolfficial livery, are thus happily sketched in Friday's 'Enpilre':- The following correspondence has found its way into our otfice, land as we presltne that it is intended for pnblication, we- print it ne cordingly, without in any way guaranteeing its autihnticity. We very much fear tlhat it will bo considered a breach of privilege. "Speake (No. ). " Speaker's Chair, Legislistive Assembly, n,- "1st of Apil,18O0. " i,-I have tlh honoxir to dD yobu Ex c"illeinoy tliohe honour-to reilest that you will bestow your most seriotis aind undivided at tentioi to the few terse, forcible, and un arsiverable obsorliations whlich I ati now iabout to make, on a suhjeoct of tihe inost grave antd momentotis solettnity. "A prepoaderatiug mnajority of the Com. mota -olso of Pirliatttoat of this great country Ilvinlg resolved, I bolieve tlosat worthily, that in fu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

On T e'lsday, theo techI instant1, by) special lienuase, natrIi15) the CatholiI Churrh Ikrrinm, by thie sle P. MinR"eniS, Wallr.I~m W, \.usea~.J uniorr of BerrPtirnn, to MAIY AoiNI. ,ldied daughlter of Mr. 'Tuioliut U1As. of Itkrrimao. W.ENI)ŽI1SIAY, JULY 18, 18tio.

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THE LAND BILL. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

THE LAND BILL. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) M.. EDnroR,-At lost, after an extraordinary amount of hatching, the contents of Robertson's two eggs are strutting before the colonists, in the shape of two land bills. A pretty pair of chickens they are, and the old cock, their father,is probably proud of them. The veritable MIrs. Pnrtington would have produced a better brood. If Mr. Robertson actually believes that the colonists will swallow his bill he must imagine that the colonial throttle is capacious indeed. His programme of a "Bill for regulating the Sale of Crown Lands" is such a gross sham, that people of the meanest capacity can see through it at a glaneo. The only two points of im portance to the smallsettlers, and to persons desirous ofsettling, are left in as bad a position as ever. In the first place I allude to sectiont 13. I need not write it fully, as any person can refer to your paper of the 11th instant if requisite; but thtt is scarcely lilkely to be tIhe ca...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

Ii noy one thing points more forcibly than anotlair to the moraaal and alcial suIasriolit' 'of ii people, it is theu cstabllilhiLiit by tahern of liuimainiie oiu libenevolent in (tit utiosa. In iih is the southinag rand becieficent gospel of ChiristianitJy slIow fsloath tlae liiaess of its fruit; nad in this ailso is' the practicall icceng nitiot of its ojisit. Io ose other excslla'st lc0l inlat.ijentionss wses hoe Icitely iklded that of a Strane is' c rinld Snciety; ,nd ( ltlioughi, fiom 'its inasaao it might to sumn appear that its ojaeratii'aon wveas to oxtend (i toah niayfaaer onl3 y5t sncb is naot tbo intOntion; for ac cordaii"' to the brond and catholic prisciplo of its foulndation, oll ore oligibls to its' charitable aid.. Let the comrniiilcial or otlor prospeiity of a coinanunity ha wehat it miny,'nd no much as it mna, nevertheless no have it on the ligihost saithority that tlih poor will olways resniin aongst no. Nor diesa it bscomIi us to elevate oni lion, on laighl, nor t...

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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 temperately and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

CORJIESPONDENCE. Ewe are desrous that our columtns shotuld bo regri d re aopen to tall prlties, ttnd ao ore tlbereoro nilllng to give inroetiol to allo Ietcl stand istolldll ll en l sy orlr rtr o ujectlr of putli Intteret, evern tlouh tie opnalons adroaned mar ber danmetrthally oppoitet to our oven.] To tie Editor ofs le Goulbtr Herald. Son,-I wish to avail myself of tie opportunity that your columns offer, by bringing a case before the public that has been some few weoles hid in a corner. It stanods thous:--Foatr men, sy tiO pair of sawyers build two sawpits on a gentlemoan's rented land; He visits them, and ordered them of his land because they had no license; they made application to the beneh, license was granted, still the would not allow them to work. Some time since I saw in tie columns o{ the 'Goulburn Herald,' an order it counail allowing men to cut und remove timber off rented land in the district, for wbich they hold a license, I thinkl it was issued two or three years ag...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

.5YVNJEY. IFtOM OUN UWNl COURRSKPOI?NR .]T Monday, 4 p.m. 'I'lun subject of local definces is still the most en" grossig one, takun in roineolltlion wilth the Nicw eoln wahtol 0 IIt is runloured aoUgRst persoons hiKelY to be well inforlned, thalt the government eion sempnlute the intnrduction of a hill on the re-asstm. bling of parliamenot, iOr the purpose of embodying a local regloeot of thiu line. This would be coltly, no doubt; but better tiant remainiog utterly deltence less. Anotlher lhundrtd of soldiers wentofflin II.M.S. Fawn, yesterday, for New Zealaud. Of course our f'ellow-countn yllen there must be succoured, nod navedl firom the consequences of Colonel Gold's imiserable blundering and itncapacity; but if this war ahould cotinue untitl the climax, which nal -miust see, ensues upon the present Eulropeann com plications, we shall be iu an wkwanrd position here. Aassry is ourreit, whielh I give you for whet it is Sworth. )loriig thILe last pallo here in anticipation of It Fr...

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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 — 18 July 1860

COMMEIRCIA L. LUnloo otheroise expreet,oi the prioc quoled tIn hio articleo he those io a vsoeton, htwsteen tioroduedr olad tlle trt pdir. he 0r; not a betwelarlo deoletr cadanotrer, Oanel Ih?rn tile rototls priceol orsAlDoo.- hf in flour, omr ton fl ; ration, ditto, £3s to £l4; hoarn, por hse)ho, w0r. to 143.; bron, none; mtot., Oo. to tO..; hao, £00 per ton; po0eto0s:.per C0t.. Oo.00o 020.0 soltbutber, toer Ob., to Gd. to to 7d. . ettoete, 00. to 7dh.; bSone. 6d. to o10, 'v Anrcluio.--Bn t pork, pfr Ob., reitl, at.; hbconotn. Ot.; coelonio ehese, ?o.; iEngtl*h dtOto, o .. c .0 to s.; tlour, per-lmer Ibo., £03 14,.; redl ut er, . ; sa dilto o, 02.; o0t0, prr buherl, 80. to los.; moize, 7.. to 8t.; to.y por ton, £0n; polltOo, por otL, 1r. to £1; rice, £ot 20. ;impotro d tugt ouen, £i19 to et' ltu.lty i0tto, £2f to £40; goodt eiit Inek, £010 to £20 ;r itferlor, ditto, £10 £4to 1 1orking bulloekio w l to d£10. Soonso.-Fine flour, per toll, £20; stonds, Idito, £2n; baoo, edr bushel,s 1...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -- - IotcE. RnronrT,-tince our last tile cotses at the pliceo-ot!ieo' have been uninol)rtant.l .On naturlday, Willim McnGer, to whnose caseo we referredl inl our last, was sent to gaol for ine month, for' iaving no visible mteans of upport.-On Monday licenses to cut' tinmber were grantedl to William Nerth. senior, and WVillian North, junior.--On Tttesday a 'slntgliter. log license was grnalted to 1. J. Sherrilf, of Winder rudeen, L.,ke George. 1ittsoNSItB' ]EnsCoIir.tr An escort arived' at tle gaol last evening, brilging the followingprisoners: John liobertsan, froin Gundalugai petty larccny, three months' haurd labollr, nuul i second sentence of oeo month for vagrnuecy; Robert Johnson. Burroia, vagrancy, two monoths' imnprisoinment; lobert Iloberts. Yuss, petty larceny, threen months' im pirisonment; William Green, t;umberrumba, assauilt lug a p licenan, iit the execution of his duty, six monthst' itno risonument; William IUlghes, Tuimbnr rumbu, house-lreakcn il...

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COUNTRY NEWS. INVERALOCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. INVERALOCIIY. (From our oatn CoL'orpondtend.) The ilfluenza is gradually disappearing from this locality; still some families are sufferiag fromtit. .I regret to have to annoance the demise of another victim to this epidemic. Mr. Benjamin Burden, a settler in this part, died on the morning of Saturday, the 7th instant, itn the .tsrd year of hias age, leaving a widow and foar children to deplore his loss. The remains of the deceased, who was muaci respected, were followed to their fintal resting place itn the Anglo-episcopalian burial-ground, on \onaday, the 9th, by a large cavalcade. The vealher has continued very favourable to the young whbeot crops, and to sowing operations.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

4!,NGLISH EXTRACTS. T"ne AnRRsS OF TiE BE?'CIA DO'. - In the, course of last wock, Mr. Clarke, e'dete~tiviotlicer of the Leicestershire constabulary, arrived in Derby, armed witl a warrant for the airrest of Heenan, it being understood that the celebrated pugilist, withl hIis trainers, were located at Trent Lock, near Law ley, which divides the counties of Derby and Luices.. tar. The Leicestershlire oficer got the warrant backed by a Derbyshire magistrate (Dr. Heygate), and .Superintenilent Shaw, of the Derby division of the ceuntry constabulary, aocompunied by Sergeant Lowndes, police-constable Hallam, and the Leicester shlire olicer, proceeded in a tirap to Trent Lock. They arrived there: about one on Friday morning, and put up at Deacon's pullic-housoe, where they ro·. mained unitil five o'clock. At that holir they sallied out, and proceeded to the Navigation Inn, Trent Lok, which is kept by Mr. Rice. The RIiver Trent ferrymnen let them into the house, andti they at once planted ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

7t) COIHlMlbPONb'tTR Correponfentl , to e tre Inrltonof tbetr letters, are re. roed o mme brleioL- Very lel~twly hrlle n can seldom le |nncerlml. " Corretont 0 nrer rclmlo~ thnt wo ptrc?to Intrrt nily Itrello thot 0i2 orlltlc Inottlilbty. \1 2r2 oootlnnlly rrNelrin? COmll~lllllr.?.?.|OnlI to ?'lllrlh II nl'mll!n, l ralll¢?t thot ?r o111 t.rrltrL mllltnk. ThIII1 entailt n omnunl of .honr th.Ilt it unhilr to Impo on io: It oddllloll tot whlllrll e tre oten unnble to o mole thtlln I?hues 02 the wtrll r'metitllln? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next Sdoor to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. ' SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. . PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC ChIAPEL 0 VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS, & WHITErHOPSE, WBHOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS . MAKERS, and - SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Treat the M1etropolitan HEotel. b417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, .1 every FRID)AY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at tihe usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 GG, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. MR. MONTAGUE BEALE, ROM .the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and 1 SIMS, Ip...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 July 1860

'~IIIRrllNk:5ll'AY... .ll 11 7 . 7 b FRIDAY ....... 70 7. 7 0 7 1

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