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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
Notice. PERSONS indeLtod to the undersigned will please pay their respective accounts; those of long standing will be handed over to a solicitor immeo diately. 5351 J. FULLTJAMES. N O MORE MEDICINE.-For Habitual Consti pation, Indigestion (IDyspepsia), Nervous, Bilious, and Liver Complaints. - DU BARRY'S delicious IIealh-restorieg RAVELEN'I'A ARABICA FOOD. Certificate, No. 36418: In our practice we have been enabled to appreciate the virtues of Du Barry's Food. In its elffect on chronic dyspapsia (indigestion), nervousness, constipation, diarrhmea, bilious and liver complaints, cough, asthma, debility, and incipient consumption, we find it the safest remedy. Dr. Ure, M.D)., F.R.S.; Dr. Harvey , Dr. Bright, D)r. Shsrland, Dr. Campbell. I)O BARRtY'S FOOD cures effectually Acidity Heartburn Asthma Hmmorrhoids Biliousness Hysteria Blood to the head Impurities Bowel complaiuts Iudigestion (dyspepsia) 'Uronchitis Irritability Catarrh Irritation of Kidneys and Colds Bladder Congestion Live...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
-1 GOULfltiBtRC PRICES CURRENT. Wltaet,zij to 3o' - 3cL2 " buo. l Flour, ie, £.351 ?ton; eooond, £33. Rtriodod. to lcd. mran, *. d.1 ? blusheL MIlaixO, Os. to Co. Cd 1 bushet. Wnoted. B.arloO. 40to e. 3 b ,eheL" Oat*,t.toC* bushel, Scarce. ]lay, £8 to £10 Pt ton. " B 4ttr, freeh,30. 3d. to la. Cd , lb.; salt, I. sheeUt), ~ tod. to M. . BZacOn, 7l~dd to 8d. 30Tb. ' " Rjgs, 3g. Cl d tol*.Cd.%tdozen. potatoes, £ 10*. to £17 5 ton, plentlt. Onuloo, 132. to IC.,. 0 Cwt. Fat Cattlt, £3 10., to £?7 7*. head?, ncoiding to weight. Calteo, ,£1to. to £160s . 5 head. Sohtp, 30.. to IOs. 5 heod. i ; pica, 4d. to 4dd. 3 tb. T£l00,, £4 to £00 C ton, for good mamplto. H/rid, 4t. to Os. och. yhoaepabi0, d~1d. to Cdl. 0 lb.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
OJ1UIESIPOIND ENCE. Ote totp tateoy ted Intellilhly srlletenloteir onr Aubjert oat jeublti Intereet, oeen tihough the optllOlel odeanced tapy b. dolletrlollty oppotite to our 0wn.1 (To thue Editor of the Goulbaun Herald.) , MoR. EurTon,--Lit your cottemporoyr of Wednes day, appetred a very able letter. ligued "Health )ffleer to the Council," respeCtiOg M[r. Aldertoano Walsh'spech?ltant for cess-pools. The very word cess.pool, Mlr. Editor, brings with it visiOlns of pestileece afid death. In all sanoatory movements the total abolition of these hotbeds of disease is insisted on, and a proper system of drainage advocated. And yet our worthy alderman wishes us to inauguorate a state of things that of all othller is most banoeful and unhtlalthy. Some of the largest cities in this hemisphere-1I believe, Melbourno for exumnple--are still satisfied with aurface drainage. I understand that a system of surface drainalge sefficient for our proesent ~vants, would not he found very expensive; an...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
COiMAIER CldA L. ''nlHALu' Office, Friday evening. OwsNo to the state of tile weathbr business hias boon almost at a stand-still. Complaints of the great dificulty of getting in money are general. An effort is likely to be made to abridge considerably tile term of credit heretofore allowed by our business houses, and to adopt the more healthy system that obtains in largo towns and cities, of giving three months' credit only. This is a change very desirable; it will prevent business men being embarrassed in their operations, and it will, at the sanse time, enable them to sell at a low profit. The ndvastague, therefore, will be mutual to both buyer and seller; and all should lend their best endeavours to carry out the principle of short credlit. T'ile purchase of II owt. bacon and 7 cwt. butter is reported at the Old Argyle Store. From Wlednesday afternoon pollard and bran at the mills were 2e. 6d. per bushel, Cairriage cannot bs obtained.
FRENCH FOXES AND AUSTRALIAN GEESE. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
FRENCH FOXESB AND AUSTRALIAN GEESE. (Tob thie Editor of the Goulburn Ilerald.) Mr. E?DITon-Tho news fromnt Europeo recently brought to the Australian colonies per steamer Ottawa is of such vital importance, that, unless the parliament of New South Wales are stolidly resolvo upon the destruction of the maritime ports, the com merc of the colony, and the utter ruit of every colonial interest, they will pause for i wshile in their petulant and despicable wordy warfare, and even ntow, at the eleventh hlour, tuake such step s as may he available, to place the couttry in something liko an attitude of defence. Thie emninent politicians of Great Britain aro keenly sutsible to the approuchinS storm; lthey are too wise to place colltlence in the professions and promisesa of the often-perjuredt assassin of the liberties and RIepublic ofFuracc, and they are too patriotic to suffer tile fold aud the lockl intrusted to their charge, to become an easy prey to a false andtl bloodthlirsty invader. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
Wanted, A RESPECTABLE MAN as ~IHEEP OVER ? SEER, and who can produce satisfactory testi monials, ,.*"A mnrried person preferred." Apply. to J. W. HOSKING, Foxlow, SNear Doungeudore. July 21st,.1860. 6002 Wanted Immiediately, A BOUT FIFTY STRONG UPSTANDING Sti? ,COLTS. Must be handled and fit to lead. Apply to .. gl ... + OHN J. ROBERTS. Royal Hotel, July 18, 1860. 6017 Tutor. A TUTOR, of high character and nacknowledged A attainments, is now open for an engagement. Unexceptionable references as to character and qialiflcation. Address, F. ANLDERSON, Post-oftice, 'ioulburn." 6020 Wanted-to Purchase, L FARM, of from 30 to o60 Aeresn, with improve ments on, within 30 miles of Goulburn. Apply to W. LENIHAN. 609 - Auctioneer. * 'Cattle, 200 to 500 Head. W ANTED, for cash, from TWO to FIVE HUNDRED HEAD of mixed, quiet CATTLE, in lots of from 20 head upwards, from eailingIs t six years old. Apply to J. FULLJAMES, Riiversdalo Cottage, 6019 Goulburn. GOULBURN MEMCHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE EI£ TE...
A TRIAL FOR NON-ATTENDANCE AT DIVINE WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
"A TRIAL FOR NON-ATTENDANCE AT DIVINE WOV1SHIP. This was all action of a very novel as well as of a very extraordinary dlseriptieo, and excited a con siderable degree of interest throughout the county. It was triedbefore Mr. Boron Graham, at the Bed fordshiro Lent Assizes, in 1816. The plaintiff was the l1ev. Edward Drake Free, rector of Sutton, and the defendant was one of his parishioners, ]Itjor General Sir John Montagu Roger Burgoyne, Burt., of Sutton Parkt, in the county of Bedford: he was th eiplghth baronet of his line, and the fiather of Sir John Montagu Burgoyne, the present baronet. Dr. Freo appeared in couo t, dressed in his canonicals, and was prepared to take part in the conduct of his own cause. The court throughout was crowded almnost to sunfeeation. The jury, which was cotmmon, having beent sworn. Dr. Free addressed the learned judge on the bench. He observed that he had been driven into court on the present occasiou, in consequence of a motion made by the ]earlted c...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. ?FINLAY AND Co. report:-Owing to the severity of the weather business has been ontircly at a stand-still, The only cattle which have passed through their hands were Mr. F. Chisholm's; fifty head of which realized the following prices:--Ist and 2nd yards, to Mr. Thompson, at £3 8s.; 3rd yard, to Mr. Burke, £3 8s.; 4th yard, to Mr. llempsey, £3 8s. per head. - The mob consisted principally of cows. From the boisterous weather experionced in bringing them to market, they had fallen offconsiderably in condition. Ilorses.-Mar ket entirely destitute. Produce.-Nothing doing. Sold two bullool drays, &c. P.S.-Tho sale of merchandise, advertised by them to take place on Monday and. Tuesday, is unavoidably postponed until a further day. : ' -
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
MISCELLA NEO US. FATrzTo EXPLOs|ON OF A FIREt-PnOOe SQAF AT BunsL?oY.-Mr. Pirice, a safe-manufacturer, in order to shew the superiority of hbisown manuofacturo, announced that, on Mlonday afternoon, he would at tend on a piece of waste ground, to the right of MLarket-street, Burnley, and blow open one of Milners' safes, which he had purchased as one in which all the recent improvements were introduced. Mr. Davis. who was present as the representative of Messrs. Milner and Son, deniied that the safe which Mr. Price was about to test was one of recent con etruction, and challenged Mr. Price to test a safe which he placed at his disposal, but the nhallengo was rejected; as well as the roequest that Mr. Davis should he allowed to examine the chambera of the two best safes. Mr. Price then introduced a large quantity ofpowder into the lock of Mlilners' safe, and the result nwas, as was anticipated, that the door was blown off its hinges, and the other part of the safo was thrown a distanc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE a removed~ to the site of the Australian IIotel, next , door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, O~ulburh. SIKINNER & NOWLAN, SSoda Water * . :Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL SVERNEIRSTREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W17 HOLESALE SADDLERS, HAltESb. MAKIERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-8TREET, SYDNEY, Next the MIetropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. IHE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-stroet Weset SWool, 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 IMPLEMIIENTS AND MACHINES. MRI MONTAGUE BEALE,. TROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and SIMS, Ips...
SYDNEY. Thursday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
SYD=VEY. S PER BRLECTtO TtLOG*IA'II.' Tllursday, 5"3o p.m. The sohoonnr Sisters has fnoundered off tile north headl all hands saved; and the Prospector Ilas gonulle ashore near Botanyl all on board also saved. Weather still blad; blowing and raining. No mails from thLe southern districts for three days. Friday night. A schooner has boeen wrecked at ?Newcastlec, but no lives were lost. T'lo lhnorable John Robortson started on Wed ne?sday for Scone, via Bathlursti and the western d!iggings. Ai renadlful storm raged last (T'husday) night 'Ibis morning it obsteld. Pilots agree in sltating that tlhe late storm was lthe nost terrific known on those coasts f'r the last ~ifteen years. Thie lorricano tore up Ialf the flaog HltFlit t the iglht.holse, and carried it away. ueillryss is very dill.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
THAT comparisons re oldious is always the cry- of those against whom the comparisons tell; hut betimes it is well that we should hear the truth, although unpalatable, if for no other reason than reflection. It is sometimes profitnble to topple over a stumblirng-block, lfbr it is caleultated to tench a degree of cnu tion that may afterwards prove servicoble. Of a verity, New South Wales exhibits, com rattively, less of puhlio spirit or enterlprie, and less of lgislIaf.ive energy thlan any of the group of colonies now reprleseoting the Australinn continent. Whillt ie are on the eve of a crisis that., fbr good or oeili will librm a reniarlkable..epoch in our colonial histoory, we hIokl listles ly; on as if Kiondra werea? myth aid the Australian Alps bt a pictureo. A few more swift months, and the bluaeroo country will receive a population unlparalleled in the unnUls of gold-digging; yet what have we donen us yet, eilther ceonneroially or legis latively, to tnake the southern raudl the ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 July 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. --- The council met as usual on Thursday, when the whole of the members were present. The town-clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. The town- clerk then read the following letter from Mr. William Carson, town-surveyor, resigning the office :--- Goulburn, July 25th, 1860. The Municipal Council, Goulburn. GENTLEMEN. --- I beg leave to resign the officer of town surveyor for this municipality --- not altogether in consequence of the very absurd way in which my name was brought forward last &nbsp; Thursday, but because the affairs of the council seem to be at &nbsp; a dead lock, and the office of surveyor, in consequence, a dead letter. Anothler reons s or eely relgnilng the 0lcc i.,tllct, hi all probabillty ,i eoellnmeed yoir serant linehl tonoer. I sentld Irato ru the risk of gettlns a ve mars o ro dls rharge," as Itf lojust poeslhie that nty ideas mltit not hove rolinderl ltli Ahlsrtnan Wnlsll's t...
THE LATE BAD WEATHER. (From our Sydney Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
TILE LATI' DTAD WEATILEIL (r1om onr ? Shdc Cocrsopondeot.) MfoNIAY Ail InNooN.l sfh tate of the werat her has been feuarfuil; continual irain for ton lays nod rig htas, and'ill Snturday old yesterday hlefvy glilCe lis fl'o W.S.Y. to E.SE. .1 fna e w shall hoar of somo disastora again on tlho coast. Tioe galo last night reminded all of thli awful snihlit of the Dunbar's wreck. ¶T'lio Ottown steaniod out to s90 yesterday, mnado a good oiling with difliculty, and pro ceoded on hlor way. T.TI.S. Niger, howover, hound for New Zealand, very proudootly brooght up in Watsoon'a Bay. Tihe old hilk anrmony, lying in Quarantino Cove, parted her moorings and drifted alisoro. Tie nmp belltowii train last night was stoppod as a moonsuro of procautioii, and the inspector. procsoded this inorniug to eaamrino and test the line. Ci Fomi the Sicdey Morning hrahldl Tld 24.) O Thilursdlay last, July 10, thore was a now lmooln. P]rovious to that there were indica tions that, at change of weatlher was abou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
Wanted Immediately, A BOUT FIFTY STRONG UPSTANDING COLTS. Must bho handled and fit to lead. Apply to JOHN J. ROBERTS. Royal Hotel, Jat'y 18, 1860. 6017 Agents for this Journal RE required oin various of the country towns of Sthe southern districts. Application to ho ad dressed to the publisher. Cattle. 200 to 500 Head. " ANTED, for cash, from TWO to I1VE HJHUONIRED IIEAD of mixed, quiet CATTLE, in lots of from 20 head upwards, from yeaorligs to six years old. Apply to J. FULLJAMES, • Rivcrsdale Cottage, 019 Goulburn. COURT-HOUSE, GOULBURN. By Particular Desire. A GRBAND V CONTCEflR.T, BY Mir. J. MFI. FOANS & ASSISTANT, In conjunction with PROFESSOR BENNETT CLAY'S MYSTERIOUS PERFORMANOiCES, Will take place on THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. Ieservcd Seats, 4a.; Back Seats, 2s. id. Doors open at half-past 7, and performances to commence punctually at 8 o'clock. G046 THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Ist AUGUST, Is the last night of the great lvi '~z S T 1 ~iL I a C= ez ST AT THlE GOULB3URN 1MECHAE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
THE rPrIMfTIwG OPFPIE. TIIE BUSINESS of tile IIERALD GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE HAS BEEN REMOVED to larger promises, built expressly for the purpose, adljoining tile Australian Store, Auburn-street. As every facility will be comprised in thire now buildings, increased speed and punctualitp in the JOBBING DEPARTMENT will bo ensured. As this stop has been rendered absolutely necessary by the great increase ill tle business of the ' Herald' olfice within thie last two years, tihe proprietor bogs to return his cordial thanks to those whoso kind sup port has justifled hris incurring solarge an additional outlay. Sheep. TIHE undersigned has room at Lake Bathurst for a SLfew thousand sound sheep on terms.. JOHN CROPPER. Lake Bathurst, July 1, 1860.. . 597 CURB: FOR THd MILLION I HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Is Holloway's Ointment Good or Bad? Ifbad, wronild tllo wblole eommnrlly In all pirts of the world fllowt tlmselrenlo Iegtrosgly deoer'ed or Imposed upon for a quorterofo century? It must be nppar...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
_lSOCELLANEO US. Fos?rON \MANUFPACTURE OF EcOLerms SoVEnEINs.-An establishment for the coinage of baso money has been discovered in one of the back streets of the Bairro Alto, Lisbon. It appeared that tile money which was coined was English sovereigns and SDpanish ongas. Great excitement has prevailed on this subject, and several persons in respectable circumstances havebeon chbarged as accompllices. In the hlouse of the coiners wero discovered moulds, bars of metal, and utensils pertaining to their illicit trade; and Don Francisco de Judicibus, a Genoese, the tenant of the house, was apprehended and lodged in gaol. Hle secreted a penknife, with which ho opened tlhe artery of the left arm, and although medical aid was promptly brought, he expired in a few minutes. News has also been received that a coininag establilishment has been discovered in Madrid, and another in Cadic, both in connection wvith the one in Lisbon, andti it is thought that many parties abroad must be implicated, ...
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 intelliglbly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be dismetrically opposite to our own.] (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
CORRESP ONDENCE1,. EWo ere dere? that our a etteIunR e hoUle avt roesrded an opes tco nit pnrtleo,and woe are thereoore eilling to give insertton to nit tetperately and intelligibly erliten letierc on Ruvjectt of public interest, oven thousght he oepinlons adsvnced many bte dinmetriually oppoeite to our oen.l (To Ithe Editor of the Goullburn Herald.) Se--Ihave read with some amusement aletter signed X, and published in your paper of the 18th instant, complaiaing very bitterly of Mr. IRobertson's land bill. I had previously observed that almost all the objec tions hitherto publicly taklen to that mneasure had been based on fallacies--tbd, in fact, relied upon allegations having no fouvdation in fact; and this is the ease with those of your correspondent. Your correspondent fears that some great landed bashaw cn, by always Ieeping tenders at the land office of his district, obtain that all land shiall be pscl up by auction, and thus do the poorer settler out of free seleetions. X fOrg...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 August 1860
SYDINEY. lit will lbe relrcld lint tie feollowing leter fromn our Oyieduoy enrrlneonleot wIe iiteell ifr inertion in oer ttwo lst Isuea resprctively. They will, however, te found full of interests] 1 Monday, 4 p.m. 5OLITICAL. Finontr all that I can learn, it seems probable tlhat Mr. Rlobertson will be quite prepared to yield on some few points wlhere objections have been made to his land bills. It seems to me, however, premature to discuss those measures until they come regularly befobre the parliament, as, although a careful perusal ill tihe meantime will enable us niall tihe better to deal with any objeetior.able parts if they should re-ap pear, we may after all bo only fighting with shadows in combatting provisions whlich are doomed to be eliminated before tie bills are regularly introduced. Mr. Robertson appears to be sincerely desirous of doing his duty; noud if thelre is some littlu timidity, and an inclination to trim the sails to an adverse breeze, I am inclinled to thilnk t...