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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA. On Monday, the 5th day of March next. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS.—AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
AT THE PoLICE OFFICE, nIULA.LL On Monday, the 5tth day of March next. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS.--AUCOKTIIN Lot 1, 2 acres 2 roods 10 perches; lots 2 ?48 2 acres 2 roods 19 perches each; lot 4, 2 ares 2 roods 36 perches; lot 5, 2 acres 1 rood I porches; lot 6, 2 acres 2 roods 8 perches; lot 7, 2 acres 3 roods 20 perches; lot 8, 3 acres 1 perch; lot 9, 3 acres 17 perches; lot 10, 2 acres 10 perches; lot 1, 2 acres 3reods 25 perches; lot 12, 2 acres 1 rood 19 perches; lot 13, 2 acres-portions 26 to 38,on the south side of MIurrimbula Lake, near its entrance. The upset price of the above lots is £3 per acre. Lot 14, I acre 3 roods 1ti perches; lot 15, 1 acre 3 roods 10 porches; lot 16, I acro 2roods 18 perchuss lot 17, 1 acre I rood 18 perchesi lot 18, 1 acre 5 perches-portions 39 to 43, on the south side of Lturrimbula Lake, near its entrance. The upset prico of the above lots is £4 per acre. SUBURBAN LOTS.-AT PANBULA. Lots 19 and 20, 2 acres 2 roods each, al!otmoiits 5 and 6 of section 30...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY-JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
PARLIAM AWENTARY. ---o--- fPRR ELECTRIO TIELERAP'H.J TUESDAY -JANAttY 24. 'HE Assembly met after adjournment. The SP'EAIIEn called attention to a matter which sseemoed to him to be one of privilege. The Execu tive when they removed Mr. O'Connor to the Upper House, had thought proper to fill up the vacau~y, adnt this was an usurpation of his' (the Speaker's) fuuctions. 11e went on with some further explanation; after which a dubato ensued, rand .Ilr. MAITIN moved a resolution condemning the conduct of the executive, ''he debate is still (Tuesday night) going on.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, CAMDEN. On Wednesday, the 22nd day of February next. COUNTRY LOTS.—WESTMORELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
uO VERNMENT NOWICES. CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT TIIE POLICE OFFICE, CAMDEN. On Wednesday, the 22nd day of February next. COUNTRY LOTS.-WE5TSTMORELAND. Lot 1, 66 acres-portion 4. on the left bank of thq Wollondilly River, immediately above J. Wild's :40 acres at Donohoe's Flat. Lot 2, 71 acres-portion 19, on the left bank of Tin Kettle Creek, about * of a mile above. H. Chiddy's 34 acres, which adjoins the west boundary, of J. Campbell's 2000 acres on the Wollondilly River. COUNTRY LOTS.-CAh?DEN. Lot 3, 55 acres-portion 0-1, on Bonnum Pio Creek, opposite E. A. S. Wild's 31 acres, at its cone - fsucnco with the Wollondilly River. - Lot 4, 25 acres-portion 9-2, on thelright bank of the Wollooudilly River,'at Fowler's Flat, immediately above E. A. S. Wild's 31 acres. "Lot 5, 42 acres-portion 9-1, on the right bank of the Wollondilly River, immediately above' C.Byrne's 102 acres. Lot 6, 29 acres 2 roods-portion 9-2, on Carloti's Lagoon, opposite John Jones' 32 acres, and adjoin' ing the nort...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
SLOCAL INTELLIGENCE. IUOSPIrAL mtrt'r1NG. Tin annialt meeting of the subscribers to the Goul burn IIospital, was held nt the Court-house ycstoer lay At hlalf-pnst twelve a here qeorum of othoeribers being present, tile chair weas tken by IV. Chctfielcd, Esq, whol made smie remarks in deprecation of the smcllness of the nattendance, and of tihe few persons who were subscrilcrs to the institution. lie trusted that in future there wucul he more interest tlaken in the affairs of thle hospital. lie then colled on the secretary to read the report, which was as follows:e - OsLonstc tIclSr(T oCsPITl aisrar oseo ToL net 18511. Tin committee, In stcbmltting to the ubsortelere tile report for tile year 1859, Iave nuotch satifaetion ic being able to state that tile Ihospital has eontintued to maintahi its wonted eia factar for cffileney in every reeseet. 2. Tle atlcetlon paid to tile patients medially and otherwise, habs beenu unrcmitting--?omforla of every awt [able kind have beei carefully pr...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
CO1ME1ERCIAL. btesu ottlerwie etpryrted, tie pre tyoted In s anrtuele aore thos In transactons between the producer ad the fnest pur chtser; not a beween ono dealer and another, much less the ratail prltee.1 Baonnwoon.--Finu lour, per ton, S £2; ration ditto £e0; heat, per humhel, 8n. to O. ; bran, Is. d.; ohan,7o. tos8.; latot. .01, to 7s. 1.; ity, £10 to.oll ; iotaoeo, per cwt. 4t. to ae.; fresh butter, per lb., Is. 0d. to .: alt dittllo, It. 8d to t,. ln d.; cheete, aOd. to t.; bacon, Od. to is. dr.; mutton, 7d.; 'beef !d, YA r ss.?Whet, per buebel, not quoted; qo flotur per ton, £20; t'esond,, ditto, £24, brtan, per bullel, O(d. to lido1; tIoaze, 4i. OLt to SO. Od.; orts, 8a. td. to 4s d. .; hay, too,. F? i to£0 ? a .; tbrloty, Os. to 40.; Itreol butter, It.od.; sOtt itttto, is. per itl.; hearoe, to stal; freaon, wanted eggs, per dozen, Is. 3di. to Is. td.'; potatoes, per cat., 3a. ed. to 4al; dried oife, eth t, ote . to 7 Otd.; green ditto, 0C. to 10o.; bread, per 2tO. loao, 7d...
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.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
CORRESPVONDENCE. [We are'deesroue that our colmns ? hould tbe regarded on open to oil p.rties, and we ars ticreforoe wlling to give tniertion to all temp:erately and Intelligibly written lettersn n subjeetL of puhlie'interest, even though the opinions Odvanced may be. diaometrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulturn Herald.' So--I believe I am entitled to vote on Friday. without having paid my rates for the following reasons: Ist. Because the election partakes more of the na, ture of a first than of a subsequent election. 2nd. Because my rates, though unpaid, will not bh in arrear until after the expiration of thirty daysa from the service of the notice to pay. 3rd. Because the 1 Ith section of the act expressly says that "every person named in the electoralroll having a freehold, leasehold, or household qualifica tion shall, prima facie, be deemed a rate.payer, and the 21st section says that no inquiry shall be mado of any person who has made the declarationi,.whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
TiE 'REE-l Hzf l.: NOTICE OF REMOVAL. LL EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the .e ,premises lately occupied by them in Auburn tCreet to their now premises . Opposite the 'larket-square, AUBURN-STREIET. 4049 z f,.". Notice of Removal. M. DE BARR, Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, W3~i?SI'ECTFULLY begs to intimate that he NOW REMOVED :roemhis late residence, Sloane-street, to the premises '~tly oaccupiod by Mr. William Fletcher, 'NEXT DOOR TO THE 'HERALD' OFFICE, " AUIURN-STREET, OlUIItOURN. 4431 CHARLES ROGEIS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCII POLISHER, ,Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's, T URNITURE REPAIRED AND RE-POLISHED.. 4592 .,SKINNER AND :0. Lemonade - S Sarsaparilia.. .::, Ginger-Beer, and i ~. All kinds of Cordials. :7 RDERS by post, or otherwise, immediiately at j.'tndddto; : : :MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET' Near-ly opposite Catholio Chapel, 291 . Ooulburn COOMIA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA IEG'S to i'nform the inhabitants of Ceomn and `; the surrounding ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
Tt'Peoninsular and Oriental Steam Naviga tion Company, tired of their contraot as it stood, have sunooeeded in obtaining the consent of the Imperial aathnrities to a tmost impor tant ohange. They now abandon the route by way of the Mauritins, and revert to that van Ceylon; and they have proposed to run fortnightly in connideration of receiving an annual increase to their eubsidy of £25,000. This arrangement at first seema plansible enough; and it hna bonn eagerly adopted by .thn Melbourne people, who wish by all mneans to adhere to the Suez routae. But thoe Sydney peopleare of a different opinion. Both the leoadingjournals have had articles condemnan tory of the proposal; and the Chatmber of Cammerce lhas referred the matter to a select coomittoo, after a pretty general expression of opinion adverse to the oontemplated change. In addressing himself to the subject, one of the members, Mr. Williams, said: With reference to this additional saubsiy, if they had any regard to their own p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 January 1860
Apprentice Wanted. W?? ANTED, an intelligent lad as anpprentice. YV Inquireo at the ofaico of this paper. Wanted, A SITUATION, by a respectable man, of a emall .,'. family, who has had twenty-one years' expe rlence inathe colony among sheep and cattle, has been at the cure of all dioeases among stock in Ncw South Wales and Victoria, and had the management of very large establishments. Wages liberal. 'Apply at the omlco of this paper or, by letter JP..D., cae of F. COOPER, Eoq., Lakeo George, Col actor. 4488 Wanted, .THREE or FOUR PAIRS of FENCERS. J. Apply to A ISAAC SHEPIIEIRD, Junior. 4818 Wheeo. :Wanted,. 2 rEM? LE' GENERAL SERVANTT. Anpply to I? Mrs..CARTWRIGHT, neair the 1Ysloyan Par sonage, Gotlburn. : 4824 Wanted, _ BLACKSMITII; one who can shoe. Apply to J. H. KING, Sloane-street. 1832 TO BOOT BOTTOMERS. Neither Carvers, Gilders, nor Painters Required. C OOD TRADESMEN of the above description, T will be paid Two Shillings and Sixpence per pair more thnn any other Master Trad...
JACK ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
JACK ASHORE. TaB Malta correspondent of the' Daily News' *ives a most amusing sketch of the maunhor in which our tars conduct themselves on shore: The seaieq of.the fleet now in Malta, con sisting of six screw line-of-battle ships SHannibal,' ' Exmouth,' ' Renown,'' London,' 'Brunswick,' ' St. Jean d'Acro'-and a pro portionate number of smaller vessels, have had . u good long cruise on shore. They lahded well stocked with money; for instance, £5000 was paid to the seamen of her Majesty's ship 'St. Jean d'Aere,' and £4000 to the Slrnnswick,' and others in proportion; and this has been pretty well spent. The great effort of the sailors appoears to be to create a sensation, and to have a crowd gazing at them. They are to be seen in all directions, in all sorts of grotesque costumes, as if it was carnival time-many in " long togs," Jim Crow hats-others in Bell toppers, with boles cotin them, or wreathes round themo; in short, anything different to other people. Many have been driving ab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
PHILLIPSON AND. CO., MA'NUOF.CTURERB TO THE ROYAL FAMILY OF ENGLAND Established, A.D., 1800. rIlHEY particularly call attention to their . new perfume "LA DUCHESSE," the most delightful perfume of the day-in the ball room, most refreshing; in the sick-room, invaluable ; reviving the invalid, and preventing contagion. LA DUCHESSE OIL, POMADIC, and SOAP, all scented with this delightful perfume. PIILLIPSON AND CO.'S Moellino and Marrow Oil for the Hair. PHILLIISON AND CO.'S Violetto and Millefleur Powder. PHILLIPSON AND CO.'S indelible Marking Ink and unrivalled Tooth Brushes. PHILLIPSON AND CO.'S celebrated Toilet and Shaving Soaps. PHILLIPSON AND CO.'S Jockey Club, Frangi-. pani, and assorted Perfumes and Essences. None genuine that has not their signature on the label, and their address, No. i, Budge Row, St. Paul's, London, E. C. Be sure to ask for PHILLIP SON AND CO.'S, the original and only genuine. Sold by ail vendors of Toilet articles in Noew South Wales ; and in Goulburn at ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
. llSCELLANEO US. FIloHTuPUL AFFAIR AT PARI.--The Marcho St. Germnia has been tile scene of a : frightful crime, committed under the follow ing ircumstances :-A fishseller in the mar ket named F - , about three years ago paid a visit to his birthplace in Auvergne, and on his return to Paris brought with him I young woman, about 21, who has since lived with him as a servant. The wife of F-- soon discovered that an improper intimacy existed .between them, and the peace of thile house :.was disturbed by it. A short time since F--, who has two stalls in the market, ..gave' iup one of them to the young girl, who ro longer continued his servant. After being installed .in her new sittation, the girl an nounced to her late master thiit she intended shortly to be married. This lie at first treated merely as a jest, but at the' srime time he told her that be would tako care to pro vent suchi a'thing, as he would kill her rather than slisihould' do co.' Two days ago she repeatei the sanimo tor...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
PA ILIAI MENTARY. TUESDAY--J.NUARY 24. Tha proeveerings of thi 'day wore briefly anemmnersd by elctriel tulthgrph oIn our last. W now proed with our sm reportlt.1 In the Legislative Assembly the Speaker took the chair at half-past three. Some unimportant business was transacted. TItE BPEAKER AND TIHE GOOVEtNII.NT. The SPEAKEtn thle stated that some changes had taken place in the clerical establishment of the House since it last met. A material disagreement between himself and the government had arisen out of these changes. The various appointments which had been made had been made by the Executive without reference to him as Speaker of the House, and so as to place him in a degraded and dependent position. By the English practice the Crown atp pointed, but the Speaker always recommended to such otlices. The case would be best understood by reading the correspondence that had taken place. On the 10th January, he received from the Colonial Secretary an official intimation that these a...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
IfPOUtDINOO. AT Oonulhurn, on the 16th of January, from Mr John O'Donntll'4 paddlack; domeoo in. 3dI.:-On wlllito co, one horn, TN rtmp, -. orer 1K rihb. It not relered, will be sold on tho 18th Febhruary.-J. ?sormnro, Pounldheper. 8. At Ot;daron, on tho 20th Derrmbhr. from itnushfleld, by MIr. Potrclk Leahy; dor nmid driving £5 Is. dt; re adrvrtled: -Onre hrown entiror o e, lno tol, I onjoined near shonl. hlr. Hy on slloul-tr, nocd. If not released, rill be sold on tle SBlot .aInnty.-W. Atlrck, Poldl;eerpor. t. At tollootnr, on tlle 14th Jahnuary, from tho e.Oto of P. Cu.per. Ft.. Witleroo, for tre.p:ls; dormageo and drlvlng 4. 'd. eoch:-One brbltcl; horohlnlek point:, tip off npr eor. 311. nearohnulder. oeod. 15 hondt hight; lcheront geldin, blaze donr' fae. It near shoulder, LP offhouldr, 3 yeapors old, 14 hanod blob:; dark Iron gry enliro horne, star, hotlt hind foet whlte,. - with L over and nnhor under nearohoulder, 142 near ribh, No. So near cherek, like off thoulder, t yearr...
WEDNESDAY—JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
WEDNESDAY -JANUAUY 25. In the Assembly the Speaker took the chair at twenty-five minutes past three o'clock. tUMOUREnD RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. Mr. TERnRE, without notice, asked the Colonial Secretary whether it was true that ministers had determined on resigning as had been stated by their supporters. Mr. FORSTiER was understood io decline noswering the question, unless notice were given. APPLICATIONS FOR OFFICE FROM MEMBERS* OF yeH in reply to Mr. PAZEsO, tihe COLONIAL SECRETARY steted that two members of the Assembly had in a manner applied for employment under Goverment. The name of AMr. Wild lied been recommended to the Government for the appointment of Metropolitan District Court Judge, and subsequently Mr. Wild limself called to ascertain whether his claim was favourably regarded; and lie might say that Mr. Wild would probably have received the appointment if it had not been found that a legal difficulty stood in the way. The other case was that of Mr. Wilson, the member for...
RUMOURED RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
IUMOUREJD RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. After the passing of Mr. Piddington's resolutions yesterday, it was rumoured pretty freely, and with an air of authority, by gentlemen supposed to bo in the confidence of the government, that it was the intention of the ministry, without delay, to tender, their resignations to his Excellency tho Governor General.-'S. M. Herald.' 'Tlis Dio)BTRI COURT, YAS, Will CcommencO its sittings on Wednesday next.