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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
SYDNEY. FRO5OM TIIa 3ETtROI'OLITAN CAIERS. " Tile Central Criminal Court opened berorae, thei Chief Justice on Wednesday, when Ann Wheeler, charged with child murder was found not guilty. Williua Cavenagh was sentenced to death for rape; and Jane Matthews, for concealing the birth of a child, was sentenced to imprisonment, in Darling. hurst gaol, for eighbt months. Tho acceptances for the second Australian Clhampion Sweepstaklses were declared on Wecdnes day evening. ''The amount of the prizo will be £2000, of whichl the first ilorse takes £1700; the second, £200; and the third, £100. The horses entered are Camden, Wildrake, the Don, Strop, Zue, Gratis. Mlainstay, Young hInorgean, Veno, Otoss Hose, Tlying Buckl, Mag-on-the-wing, Deception, andi Waimn. The Wellington election, so far as the returns have been received, goes in favour of Daniels, he having polled 132, while Garland musters only 45. Tihe returns from Tambaroora and Burrendong have not yet come in. The Maitland Races, in...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
GIOUTLiIURN 1iRICES CTURltENT. Itheat, ils. to 1Is. i to bushel. Flour, fine, £35 t ton; Oeoondo, £33. rtcbd, Id. to Gd. hran, 2s. Gd. t bus~hel.. Mnioe, ts. to ts. Od o bushel; wanted. .florOtlt 4s. to 5s. t oushel. Ots, S. o. O bushel; acarce. Jlao7, £ tO£10 t tor. lootter, frtcs, 7.. to 70. 3. lb.; ,alt, 1lo. to 1. Chcecec, 58.4d. to 6Gd. ? lb. Ilaconl 7d. to 68/d. ? lb. ZEg, 1S. (1d. to os. od. O dozen. •otto¢cc, £( 10s. to £7 "o too : plentifl. ' Onlmlal 1lAe to lO? ?.cwt. • e - ,,,: .: Fot 158tlc, £7 10s. to £7 7s. head, according to4Tgh'. Coalmt, ?1 it. to Li 170.S t heood. Obop, O10t to 16s. ~head" ?rio, 4d. to 4?d. To lb." Tollowr, £d to £50 t ton, for goodl samples. Jloldrs0, 4. to rs. clott. o 10 SBhoepscbio, 4?d. to d. D lb. .• Corriage-ton--Sydney to toulburn, :£7700. to £8;. ftoo burn to t?ydnoy, £7; Goolburn to Itusoello (1.2 mtleo from Gtbr(no rlootn), L1i; Goulburn to Kiolidra, £;5: Gouolburt to "Brotdoood, £5 to £1 lOs.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ADMISSION OF A NOVICE INTO THE ORDER OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENOE. ADMISSION OF A NOVICE INTO THE ORDER OF TIIE SISTERS OF MIERCY. Os Thursday morning one of the most interesting and imposing ceremonies of the Catholic service took place in the church of SS. Peter and Paul. The admission of a novice into a religions order must, under any circumstances excite a solemn interest in the minds of those who wvitness it; but, in the older and Catholic countries of Europe it is an event of too common occurrence to nnawaken what may be called publlo feeling. Not so here; and the church of St. Peter and St. P'aul on Thursday morning, with its crowded, respectable, and attentive audience, showed that the ceremony was viewed with a senti ment of general curiosity, if not devotion. The church was thronged beyond the limits of its sit ting room; and the deficiency of benches was supplemented with chairs, so far as prac ticable, while many continued standing during the whole of the service. The ofliciating cler gymen upon the occasion were the...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
COIAI.R CiAL.. 'IHERALDn' Office, Friday evening. PIJODUCB during the week has arrived in con siderablo quantity, and tile price has a downward tendency. Of butter and bacon especially a great deal has been purchased, and the prices now are as given below. Carriago is more easily obtained than during the past forlnight; and prices are the same as before the flood. A tolerably good amount of business has been transacted at the stores.
COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
COUNIVTRY NEW~. TUENA. (Fromn our own Correspondent.) DoaGGNos.-In mining matters nothing worthy of note has occurred since my last. Large numbers of Chinese have been on the move for the last ten days, while a few straigers have arrived to supply their placcs. Travellers for tile Snowy continue to pass through, and it is most likely that the fever will attack a few of our residents. Socssa.--In social matters all is quiet; trade,-not over brisict however, nil desperondum is our motto. feeling assured that there is a "good time comingo, and that the gramtl rush to the Snowy willeventually tend to advance the interests of Tuena. T.[oorEns.-Our troopers are no longer under the control of the caplain of thie southern mounted patrol, being translerred to thie direction of Captain Iattye, of Bsthurst. IN5LU5NZA.-Thlis distressing complaint is, I ma glad to say fast disappearing, after having visited the majority both young and old of our townspeoplo. Tueua, 2sd August, 1860.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
TO COnaRSPONDHnaT. Corre?Eondents, to ensnure Inertlion of their letters, no re quneted to be brie~-Very lengthy letters can seldom be iunsrted. Correrpondents are reminded that we profess to inertonly letters that are written Inltelllgildy. \We are constantly recolvgi rommunlcatlons, to whrlh Is appendled a requeost that we will correct mistakes. This entalls an amount of nlabour that It is nnfir to Imposo on us; in oddlllnn to whlch we are btflen nablo to do more than guess ant tho writer's meannlnK.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
T'HE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the silte of the Australian Hotel, next Sdoor to thelio .Australino Store, Aauburn-strect; Goulbarn. SKIUNNER & c NOWIAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. P'POSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL SERNER-STnEET, GOULBUnN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W IOLESALE SADDLERS, HAlRNESS MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONi0PMOGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, ANDt S . I. IT T-S T R E E T,S Y D NEY, 1Pext the Vetropo'itan Hotel. 5417 . Colonial Produce Sales. TltE undersigned SIELL privately, or by nuction, I every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, shleepskins, hides, and every description S of colonial produce at the usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hides-sent for unreserved sale, S DURHAl and IRWIN, Auctioneer, and Brokers, 4737 ' 6G, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working MLodels of AGRICULTURAL IMVPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. MR. MONTAGJE I1EASLE, TiROM the firm of Mes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 August 1860
QUEA.NBEYAN. M R IR. EIIIIEGAN has been appointed ngent fT.L or thisjournal in the abovo district, und is authorisod to receivo subscribers'namesa, advertise oents, and orders for job-printing. NOTICE. T?HE PROPRIUTOR of the *GOULBURN IEIIRALD)' being frequently written to, re apecting persons and events connected with this locality, wishes it to be understood that while he is perfectly ready to afford any inlormation in his power, parties must enclose an envelope, stamped nnd directed to their address, or no notice can be taken of their communications.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. The Court was opened this morning at half-past nine o'clock precisely. LARCENY AT QUEANBEYAN. George Gordon was arraigned on an infor mation which charged him with having, on the 24th of May, at Queanbeyan, stolen one violin, one violin case, one travelling bag, and certain articles of wearing apparel, the pro perty of William Hartley. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to twelve months' imprison ment in Goulburn jail, with hard labour. S91OOTING WeITIH INTENT, AT QUEANBEYAN. John Edward Brady (on bail) was indicted for having, on the 6th ofJune, at Queanteyan, presented a pistol loaded with gunpowder and one piece of lead at John Kirby, and fired the same at him with intent to commit mur der. A second count charged the prisoner with having shot at John Kirby, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Mr. C. H. Walsh detended the prisoner. The case having been stated by the crown prosecutor, Peter Keogh was called and examined: I am a consta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
KIANDRA. SNOWY RIVER GOLD FIELDS. THE FREE TRADE STORES ARE now OPEN and in fnll operation, wish a LARGE STOCK of all kinds of GOODS, which will be found Cheap and Good. JAMES FRASER AND CO., Free Trade Stores, ADBLosNG-STRnrT, KhanItons. N.B.-The highest price given for Gold. 6011 Notice. TIHE A. S. N. COMPANY'S . STEAMERS1 call in a. - EDEN "regularly on their way to;and from Sydney and Melbourne. S. and I. SOLOMON, Agents, 5789 Eden. ON SALE, At the Stores of the Undersigned, AN INVOICE of Dundeo goods, jtat landed, ox S'Ann Buckle: Wool-bagging, in bales, 28-inch., 22 ounces per Syard WVoedpacks. in bales, o10 lbs. each Twine, in bales, five-ply scaming. ANDERSON BROTHERS, ,.CO.,. 6031 QUEEN'S PLACE, SYDNEY. BONAPARTE'S ORACULUM; or, Napoleon's Book of Fate, on sale at the Herald Book Moart, price 6d.; per post, Sd.. A considerable reduction to the trade. THIIE undersigned have received instructions to I SELL, by private contract, the well-known FATTENING STATIONS, WALLABY and B...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
Tie universal Complaint from one end of the country to the other, at this season, is the in terruption to traffic and travelling, caused by the wretched condition of our main lines of road. A sea voyage, with all its proverbial variations of wind and wave, is not more in certin and tedious, and scarcely less dan -gnrno, tihmu JUurluj of two r tlhro huitn dred miles from the capital into the interior at this period of the year. For weeks toge tiler, the more distant districts of the colony are entirely cut off from all communication with the metropolis-courts of justice have to be adjourned, to the great inconvenience of jurors and witnesses, because judges and crown prosecutors cannot arrive in time to proceed with the business-travellers are de twined midway on their journey, at an ex penseo and loss of time, which they can but ill afford-goods are intercepted in their transit, to the great damage of the consignees -and friendly and commercial correspon dence are alike suspended, t...
MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
1MERIMBULA. (Frome our owl Correspondent.) TIE WEATHER.-I have not witnessed heavier or more constant rain for the last twenty years than we have lately had. I have not heard of any damage or accidents as yet by the floods. A steamer trades regularly once a weaek to Mcerimbula, and although it is now the depth of winter, every vessel brings a number of diggers for the Snowy River. The repeated warnings which have been given to tile public through the press have not been taken, so I fear that many are fool-hardy, and may regret when it is too late. Diggers are arriving at 1Eden from Tasmania. Adelaide, and Vic toria in scores-nye, in hundreds. I wonder what the poor fellows will do, and how they intend to weather the arctic winter which they have to face, and which will last up to the middle of November, It is very well to say, in Sydneyor Melbourne, " Oh. the weather is fine, I will wait no longer ; I am off," not imagining for a moment that the months of August, September, and Octo...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
SYDNEY. EFROM TIHE METROPOLITAN PAPERS.) ,s the Central Criminal Court, on Thursday, Emanuel Benjamin, indicted for perjury, was dis. clharged.-lobert Burton, arraigned on a charge of forging an endorsement to a promissory note, pleaded not guilty; but the trial, owing to the ab sence of a material witness, was adjourned till the next sittings of the court: the trial of his wife, Who was indicted for forging and uttering, under the same circumstances, was also adjourned.-Patrick IIayes, charged with having in his possession a promissory note with a forged endorsement, was acquitted. The poultry show, as an exhibition, has been entirely unequalled in the colony; but, in a financial point of view, it has proved a failure. The proceeds were about £50, and the expenses amounted to £90. A new song, entitled "Coo-ey," has just been issued; the words by an Australian lady, and the music by Spagnoletti, 1.A. '" The peculiar tone in which this cry is usually given, is preserved in the music ...
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
COOMA. (From our oma Corrcspondent.) Tn MAILS.--No mails from Sydney or Goulburn have come to hand since Friday, the 20th instant till this evening, when Mr. Moran went down to the Numeralla River, and got the bags across on ropes, leaving us still, notwithstanding, two mails behind hand. The escorts have also been detained from coming or going. The weather has been very wet and all the rivers swollen and impassable. Two MEN DnowmED. - The floods have not passed withoutaccidents. On Monday, July 23rd, a man named James Gatehouse, a resident of Cooma, met his deatil by drowning while crossing tile Numeralla, and his body has not been found.-On Wednesday following, a mal named William Beer was drowned in Cooma Creels, while crossing on foot near the bridge, although several efforts were made to save him. The body was found by thepolicenext day, some distance down the creek, and buried by the Government after a magisterial inquiry, held by the police-magistrate. HOSPITAL.-The members o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
Wanted, AT the stump, TEN THOUSAND PALINGS, and F1OUtR UNDRED TWO-HOLED POSTS, to be split near the town. Apply to 6079 JAMES MARSDEN. Two Boys Wanted, A T C. COLE'S, COACH IMAKER. . 6077 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE MAN as SFHEEP OVER SEER, and who can produce satisfactory test. menials. "A married person preferred." Apply to J. W. JIOSKING, Foxlow, Near Bungendoro. July 21st, 1860. 606o Agents for this Journal A RE required in various of the countrytowns of the southern districts. Application to be ad dressed to the publisher. Wanted, A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT, in a small family of three. Apply to Mrs. WHITEMAN, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 6053 To Carriers. WtTANTED, drayo to load for Coolringdon, Mane V roe. Apply at Bradley', Mill. 5904 Caution.-Twenty-flve Pounds Reward. I IHE public are cautioned against negotiating a A CHEQUE lor £28 10s., drawn by me, in favour of JOIJN Mc NAlMAll tA or bearer, on Commercial Bank, Sydney, dated June 28, 1860, and crossed to J. Collins, Montague-street,...
COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
CO UNT IlY NEWS. TUENA. (From our own Correapondent.) Coi?tUssIoontE.-A reply to the memorial of the inhabitants, in reference to tile appointment of a commissioner, Ias been received from the Colonial Secretary, in which it is stated, that the inconven iences complained of in the memorial, have been remedied by the appointment of a sub-gold-com missioner. This good news is hailed with satisfac tion by every lover of good order and morality, a governing power having been long required. OPP TO THEo SNowY.-Daily visits from parties en route to the Snowy continue to be made. A party of five, well mounted and comfortably equipped passed through to day, having travelled from New England. The commencement of the great exodus appears to have taken place in earnest, and no doubt during the ensuing two months, many hundreds of strange faces will be seen passing through the town ship, on their way to the El Dorado. lRonnony.-A most barefaced robbery occurred during the night of the Ist instan...
NEW PROVIDENCE, SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
NEW PROVIDENCE, SNOWY RIVER. (lrom a Currcepondcnt.) Perhaps a line or two respecting this "snowy region " would not be out of place in a column of your valuable journal, and may perhaps be interest mIg to your numerous readers. This thriviag little township which a loew months ago, was only a run for cattle, occasionally visited by a solitary stock man, or a few of the wandering aboriginals, has now a population of upwards of three hundred inhabitants. It is situated about two miles from Russell's on the road to Kiuudra, and is likely shortly to supplant the former place both as regards trade and population. It has lately been surveyed and neatly laid out in building allotments. Several mercantile gentlemen both of Sydney and the southern districts, have es tablished themselves here, erecting capacious stores, to receive their goods previous to sending them to Kiandra, which place is distant about ten miles, and very few teams will or can venture any further at this season of the y...
INVERALOCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860
INVERALOCIIY. (From olr on Correspondent.) One might imagine that tho individual who made the remark, " It never rains but it pouro.u was a re sident of this part of the country. The effects of the late flood, (which is the fifth that has occurred in this district since Christmas) arejust subsiding, and at the time I am writing (Thursday) the appearance of the atmosphere is calculated to excite apprehensions of another disastrous pluvial visitation. It has bern computed by sensible men and tolerably conmpetent judges, that half the amount of mourny at which tbo property destroyed is estimated during these five floods, would be ample to make a thoroughly secure crossing.place across the Mulwarrce, in this locality. Mr. \?oir, Mr. Clancey, and a few others, hare .started a question rospecting the advisability of calling a public-meeting, of tie landowners and tenantry interested in the security of this road, at the Golden Fleeco inn, and if all the settlers will repair to that meeting...