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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860

.NonLh. - Ago M ATURD&Y ... . . July 21 7' l if 5 7 2 BUNDAY. D A......... :' 0.22 yg 0B 0 MOND)AY ..o.......... .213 0 7 0 0 S E 4 TUESDAY ..... ....:.. .. 24 7 B 0 0 0

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860

TO SUlBSCRIIUEIIS. SGREAT many of our subscribers have ex Spressed a wish to pay in advance, but say their bsence fromo town frequently"prevents their doing sc. We may remind them that they can always re mit in penny or two-pennposntage stamps, which are just as laluible as cash T us. By paying a quarter iu advance a saving of one shilling is effected. IBy paying twelve months in ad vance, there is a gain of four shillings. QUEANBEYAN. [R R. MEIIEGAN has been appointed agent .. fur this journal in the above district, and is authorised to reocivo subscribers'names, advertise meuts, and orders for job-printing. Wanted, A SMART LAD for a stationer's shop. Apply at tho Herald Boo): Mart. Wanted, A GOOD PLAIN COOK, wages 12s. per week. Apply to Mrs. PENTLAND, ]Bourke-street. 50991 Tutor. A GENTLEMAN of long experience in tbeodticar tion of youth, is now open for an ongagement. The highest testimonials nod referelico. Aldress, P. ANDERSON, Post ofree, Goulburn. 5985.: Wanted, 00'0 ( 1 WED...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 July 1860

Funeral. THE friends of Mrs. ISABELLA CARTWRIGHT     are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of her daughter ISABELLA, which will take place on Saturday, the 21st instant, at 12 o'clock, noon. The procession will move from the residence of Mrs. Cartwright, Collector, to proceed to the burying place there. ROBT. CRAIG, 5976 Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

To Storekeepers, Publicans, and Others, Aoour To COMMENCE BUSINESS AT TIHE NEW Gnl.D-FILDS. TlllE undersigned have on hand a large assortment I of portable furniture, viz.:-Dining tables, chairs, washstands, sofis, iron bedsteads and stretchers, chest of drawers, &c., made expressly for the interior, being pllain, snostantial and cheap, and, above all, packed in a very small compass. ALEXANDER MOORE & CO., Labour Bazaar, 285, 287, 289, 291, & 293, IV'T:.?TREEIT, 969 .SYDNEY. COLONIAL SUGAR REFINING COMPANY, SYDNEY. CONSTANTLY FOR SALE, at the Offices of the Company; 264, GEORGEB-STREET-: Loaf sugnr-doublu refined, in packages of 4 . cwt. and upwards Snowdrops-equalto No. 1 o Cossiporo '. Two mats packed Crystals in one gunny ting, Company's pieces if required. Yellows.' . . IRation sugar in 56 lb. canvas bags Golden syrup in hogsheads, barrels, and J-cwt. kits Cloyed sugar. - Painpanga' Java sugar in 40 lb. mata Java sugar iu.56 lb. bags ,iun-28 'O.P., duty p...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

MISCE J ULANEOU.S O'CoNN LL'sTorn.--The adjoining church of St. Agatha contains a tdnib'whioli'alf ol I often loved to istt,' a tpmiib in" whi.p)i is shirined the noblest, eart that' vr b~liat for Erin,:the heart of ho, greatest and most gifted son0-the illustrious O'Connell. A mnral monufnent consistitg of two 6eliofr, marks out the spot wher' roi'ts thi. precionit.aelic of our champion. 'iThe epitaphi, which I believe is from the pen of Dr. Newman, introduces the indignant words in which the Liberator refused to sign tlie declaration in 18389, and the lower relief represents him addressing those words to the House of Commons from its bar. The portraits which surround him, of Peel, Graliam, the Earl of Lincoln, and of Lordh Althorp, lDuncannon, Morpoth, and Ebrington, on the other, are from engravingi forwarded from Enghlnd, and considered by those remembering the originals, as successfiil in alhigjh degree. The architectural details around the monument are very graceful, mid by th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

Trilbunal of Correctional Police`i " swindling', and were all concc t tended sorcerer and the woa-aENCE. three months' imprisioome- L husband aO one.-' Golitehys John Mc eien, was sentenced to pay a ATTEMPTED a?.ihrteen days'imprisonment in IIIs WIFE.-Clbn Monday, one drunkard was atredl femn,X' discharged, and one was fined fiv? P,.gI rlenry ]hown was charged with stealing SlGulf-crowns, thwe property of John Willsou. We prosecutor had gone into the shop of Mr. George lye, at the Glebe, on Saturday, to purchase somen articles, and had laid down three half.crowns on the counter. Prisoner came in at the time, said that the eoney was bad, took it up, and ran away. Mr. Bye pursued and captured him, and he was given into the custody of the police. The prisoner elected to be eault with su nmarily, and was sentenced to two motths' hard labour in Goulburn gaol.-Alfred Ilurcombo summoned George Field for non-payment of wages. Complaiint claimed one pound eighteen nhillings duo for services ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

To Carriers. WANTED, drays to load for Coolringdon, Mane. roo. Apply at Bradley's MilL 5904 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE MAN as SHEEP OVEB SEER, and who can produce satisfactory testi monials. "A married person preferred." Apply to J. W. HOSKING, Foxlow, Near Bungendore. July 21st, 1860. 6002 To Sawyers. WANTED, Twelve Thousand Feet of Sawai Timber (12,000 feet). PATRICK BRICK, 5981 Australian Store, Qoeanbeyan. £150 Wanted, FOR building purposes, on loan for four or five ' years. The capital secured upon thobuildings, the interest paid by Sydney Church Society. Address Rev. D. P. M. HIULBLi ?T, M.A., Collector. 5948 Thomas Dayly, of Tumut, and Joseph Lynam, of Goulburn, T HO loaded in Sydney for Gundagal on 11th Vi- May last, are requested to deliver their loads immediately ; and any information of these men will be thankfully received by Messrs. F. GASSE and CO., Gundagai. 6003 Church of England, Tuena. D VINE- SERVICE will be celebrated (D.V.) at nlr. Bright'a Inn, Sunday, 29th July, by...

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COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

COUNTRY NEWIS. TUENA. (From our own Correpondent.) Dtootos.-Nothing new. Tho Mongolianns jog ging and trotting both from and to Tuonu, according to pristine custom. oohns.-A memorial goes by this post to Ills Excellency the Governor General, to place certain sums on the estimates for 1861, for keeping the road from this to Laggan in repair, constructing a bridge across the Tuena creek, at Upper Tuena, and for the erection of a court-house and lock-up. The Goul burnites must look to our interests, and see that souticient sulms are voted to keep the cemmlnication throughtlt efficient, as it is quite evident from nu thentic icformation received from one of the M. P's., that tha ine from Bathurst will receive every atten tion on the meeting of parliament, anod that our wants will be carefully attended to by the legislntors in that quarter. Tucln, 25tih July, 1860.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

CO MMEI CIA L. LUnless otlerwlso eitpresed, the rices quoted In t sl artllel are Iut. In trnllncions bttreen tIhe producer and the fret pur chaer; not as between one dealer and another, mtuch le? the retail prices.l nlaoBeOODn.-Pino flour, per ton £35 to £85; ration dittn, Iot quoted; wheat, per tM. uhe, Is. to 14r.; bran, none; mire, DOe. to i0a.; bay, £11 to e12 per ton; pototoes, per ctt., IOr. to t2s.; talt butter, per lb., Is ad. to I s 7d. chaese 7d. to 3d.; bacoe. 8d. to 10d, ?ness-esine hour, per ton, l£25; econds, ditto, £23; Lbran, per bushel, i,. 3d.; whrla, Os. 3d. to 0.. e melte, t 0lad. to 34. ad. ; oats, is. ad. to 4s. 3d. ; arle., o3. toi.d. ; cheese, 4d. to 7d.; bacon, ad. to 3d.; hby, £3 to £8. IIonsi UMU[AoETr.-Mr. Chi-rles Martyn roporte: r-Througlhout the past week well broken saddlo and harness horses have sold readily. Horses of the proper stamp can scarcely be obtained, and the de mand, which is now in excess of the supply, is daily increasing, so that there ...

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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

COLLECTOR. (From a Corropoedent.) Our township was this day a place of mourning; two of our nnmher- wore this day committed to the silent grave; one whose hoary hairs were a crown of glory to her. Irefer to Mrs. 1Iiucksman, who has resided long amongst us. and whoso Christian deport ment endeared her to a large uirclo of friends. The body of deceased was borne to the grave on the heoulders of friends to the new All Saints' Church, the bell of which tolled oh the mournful occasion. When it arrived there the burial service was road by t?o Rev. D. 1. AM. lHulbrt, and the body was then eanovod to the burial ground near tho church for in termen t. The mournors were then summonod at the sound o! the tolling bell at the old All Saints' Church elected by the late Rov. Robert Cartwright, senior chaplain of the colony, to attend the funeral of his ycungest daughter, who was the pride of the village, an] who was cut off in the bloom of youth, after a fuv days' illness, at the early age of sixx...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

UU&UENJA L E IRAC1'J S.. ' 3M-ARRIAo IN Ho111 LIrn.-On Thursday lanst, Sir II. Barkly, Go/veinor of, Victoiia, was Married to the diaglteri of I4ijor-G.nsral Pratt. Tihe fithor of the bride was to have left Mielhlirne bliy' th Victoria, steamer yesterday, to tako tx coimmand of the troops in Now Zealand. SPRECIrEN O LEAD. OneR-A very in teresting specimen of' leid ora is on view: at Messrs. Brush and AMacdonell's establishment, in George-street. It belongs to Mr. Hatton, and was ohtiined near the surface of the grournd in the Yass; district, on the road to Kianidra. It was at first sunpposed to consist of lilver and loend, but has been p1ronounced by a coimptent !intnlyt to be lead ore. It weighs 7 lbs. 8 ozs., tind is very lheavy for its size. Its aippriaraice muiiich resemblos iron pyriteos. ' Herild.' MoRtsM Asirnn, Esq., M.L.A.-Wre have iheard, spon reliable iuthority,.that it is the intoention of thi ndmiirers ofi this gentlinomn, who is at present on a, visit-amongst n...

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THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

THE COMET. WE find the following letters in the ' Sydney Morn ing Herald' of the 16th and 26th respectively: To the Editor of the Herald. Stn,-As many of your readers are doubtless anxious to hear something of the comet, I send you a rough abstract of the results of my observations. In consequence of tile cloudy weather, no observa-. tions could be made on Monday or Tuesday. On Wednesday, the comet was visible long enough to compare its position with that of Regulus, from which comparison it was found that at 6h. 32m. from the comet's right ascension was 154"36, and declination 11'24 north. These determinations are liable to errors of perhaps 2 or 3 minutes, owing to the instability of the instrument. On Thursday a great number of comparisons were made beiween the comet and 48 Leonis, which hap pened to be very near it. At Sh. 14m. p.m. the comtut's right ascension was 157 37"37; declination S40.23 north. again made between the comet and 34 sextantis, which was then near it, and its...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

, To Stud-Masters. FOR SALE, t the thorough-bred Entire Horse CORONATION, by Nimrod out of Bee in a Beonnett; Nimrod by Sir Charles, out of Miss Hurley; Bee in a Bonnet by St.. John, imported, out of Spmwife, imported. CORONATION is now rising five years old, per fectly quiet and sound, with immense bone and power. The Proprietor would haveno objection to exchange him for horses or colts fit for coaching. JOHN J. ROBERTS. IGoulburn, July 17, 1860. 0 010 Oriental Bank Corporation. AN AGENCY of this Corporation is now open at TUMUT, for receipt of Deposits, issue of Drafts, and transaction of other usual banking busi noess. - R FRED. CROZIER. "Tumat, 17th Julj;y, 1860. 6000 Money-Money-Money. O -LEND in sums from £5 to £100, on good ,o.rJty. JOSEPH COLLINS ' : Loan Offce, - : Opposite the Argyle-Jnn, 5034. "M.ontagus-atreet. Noticeof Removal. GAL BREOW1` -?HAIRD,RESSE-R; ,, :" HTAS REMOVED :from hi old premioes in 1 Sldano-street, to the premisess lately occupied by siartin and Beaumo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

AlMSCELLANEO5 US. PstAUDULENT INSOLVsNCYs.,-A butcher named Evans has been convicted at the Geeolong Circuit Court of frAdulent insolvency, and sentenced to two years' imprisonment. The fraud consisted in his having just before his insolvency, on one false pro tence or another, obtained credit for a variety articles not connected with his trade, and selling them for cash, quite irrcspective of whether he lost or gained, and obviously with the intention ofobtaining a supply of ready money.-' Melbourne Herald.' TullUa. P1EUOI'LE BURNED TO DLEA)1 .-A fire, ro. sulting in the loss of three lives, has occurred at Castlemuino. A man named Janmes Brown, accom panied by his wife and family, bad arrived fro'n Melbourne with the intention of opening a fancy goods shop, and while looking for suitable premises, they were living in a tent on blilkmnaid's Flat. On Thursday night they retired to rest, leaving a candle burning, and shorlly afterwards were awakuned by the tent being in flames. lMrs....

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

tTRACTS. nAswAn AND.-Tile first England was o. t,'. .. h ,n't. . year 1710 1d? nomilll W•R ,N IIA- A ........... 00. l 5 7 0 " n l ra ls in HUIDAY. ....... 0 0 7 t b . RIDAV r............. 7 . 7 4{ O emained in f whicwh Ilh who is de e ilulyist tnI4I WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 'l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

S THE HERALD OFFICE ISompve4 to the.site of the Australian Hotel, next Sdpqr, to the. Australian Store, Auburn-serecP, Go?lburn. . • 'SKINNER d NOWLAN, Soda Water : emonade and S Cordial Manufacturer. OPPOSITE .THE CATHOLIC pHAPEIL ' V. 'V R.NEIý-STREET, GOULBURN. 0494 StSROs. & WHITEHOUSE, "W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS I' MAKERS, and , SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND P TT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next. the iVIetropolitan Motel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. - THE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, I every FRIDAY, at their Produco Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, nnd every description Sof. clonial produce at th4 usual colonial rates of commission. Advances malo on wool, tallow, slheepskins, and hides sent for unreserved sale. .. DURHAM and IRWIN, - " , Auctionecrs, and Brokers, 4737 ; 66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working Models of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. yil. 31ONTAGTUE BEALE, ROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME...

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IMPERTINENT CHINAMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

SM1PEltNrtNoNr' CitOINttI .--We invite the attel tl?o of-the police to the improper conduct of some Ch linmncn'in employment at Armidale.- We are in i'ormod that a tow daya ago whilst a respectable female was walking in one of the streets neaor the centre of the town, several specimuns of the Eastern plagues, perched upon a cart and grinning like boons in a show, culled out repeatedly in a most impertinent and imtproper manner to the female alluded to, who took no further notice of the parties than to look fir a constlble, but no one happened to be near. If respectable femaleo cannot now walk in the streets of towns such as 4rmidalo without being liable to be insulted by the scum of the hUlmon race, it is time for the police. to look shurply -to the mtntter, and assist in checking one of the evile ep tailed on the colony by the 'nom.inee Upper House rujecting legislation on the Chi?csue lquestion. Aromidalo Expres.'

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 July 1860

RTEcuNTt. an applicatioa was mtde to the Government by the Argyle Agricultural and Horticultoral society for oa grant of land for the lurposes ot the society, and an answer has been received to the eotect that two acres of land shall accordingly be marked, out some where in tihe neighbourhood of Goulburn. 'his is dealing with a niggard's hand, and would seem to augur but a poor appreciation of the objects of the society. Mt'n in-nntu rally a constitutional grumbler, over craving and never satisfied; but-certoinly a patch of ground no bigger than a churchyard cannot be euflicient for the exhibition of the pastoral and aigricultural Iproduce of Argyle. A few fat dxen, after the build of the one that took the prize medal, some sixteen months ago, at hr.isbaun Grove, would require the allotted space to move about and be seen to advantage, not to speak of horses, sheep, pigs, poultry, and pumpkins, besides vegetable and floral wonders. Visitors, too, as they stroll about, should be atfor...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860

JMISCELLANEOUS. NRWV ARTIFICIAL GAS FOR LTOJITING. -For many. years it has been a fovourite idea with scieontific investigators that our supply of gnas would be derived firom the most abunbuant soiurce of hydrogen-water. The problem to be solved was, a cheap mode of ldecomposition; electricity being tried, was found too expensive. Some few years ago it was asserl'tPd thllt our ocean steamers would no longer he unter the necessity of carrying a enargo of coals for fuel, as they would derive it firom the element they floated in-the ocean. If the idea was not then found practicable, tile difticulty has nlow been solved by the up plication of luperhlleat ted steam. There is no longer any doubt that the 'Great Eastern,' and other ocean stoeamers, will be able to dis pense with carrying coals for fuel, by dteriv ing from the oceanu ready antd sure means both of lighting tihe vessel and obtaining any quan tity of heat required. It will doubtless talke twenty or twenty-five years to satisfy...

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HORRID MURDER IN HULL BY A SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860

it.hr.iiD- uituIdg liIULDBY A m d wLDEiR A.id:gId-blone d inl delibersite murder wasd .rpetrated in New George-street, Hill, on :fdolitay morning, the perpotrator being a soldier, nnmed 'Thomas Kiikwood, nidl the victim a defenceless a;idow woman, named Elizabdth Anne Parker. To enable our reonlers. thoroughly to understand the evidence before the magistrate on Tuesday, we give tihe following narrative outline of the antecedelnts of both parties. It appears that Kirkwood is a deserter from the ~0th regi ment, his furlough lhaving expired sone six weeks'ago. When first he came to Hull he stayedl with a sister who lives in Ilill-street hut his conduct was so bad that she could not keep him any longer. Then, about six weeks ago, his relations (one being Mrs. Todd, fisll monger, Whlitofriargate), througlh a mutual friend, Mr. Leybourn, got him to lodge at the Ihouse of a widow woman named Sleight, who r·esides at 1, Darley's court, New George street. With her also resided a widowed ldau...

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