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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

1ANIULA. "I DUNCAN CANII';ON has been appointed ..a n agent for this journanl at l'anbula, and is Authorised to rceive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for jub-printing.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian ITotel, next door' to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulborn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL O VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, 1W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, .i'iALALI ENGLAND,`, AND -PIT T-STREET, SYDNEY, Wext the Metropolitan Uotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Bales. fHE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, 1... 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 To Country Buyers. WIIE undersigned (formerly active partner of the T P late firm of RUN)LE, DANOAtt AND CO.,) have always on Sale WINES, Spir...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

DIED, Suddenly, at Mummel, on Sunday last, Mr. T?lorlur Smis, aged twenty seven years, leaving a wife and young family to lamont their loss. WcDNESDulbU T , 1860 . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST o, 1860.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

CBLENDAZ. DpofheWe. Day of M u ~Ooon', Vp.DYY......... Aug. S 0 51 5 10 20 TIlU:SIAYj..... .. 0 0 40 b 20 21 FRIDAY ................ 10 049 bul 2 2

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

LOCAL AINTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA. The escort from Kiandra arrived in town on last Saturday evening, having left Cooma on Monday, the 23rd ultimo, a fact which gives us rather an un favourable notion of the roads and weather. The tidings they bring us of Kiandra are such as, we think, would deter even the most adventurous from setting out there at present. Snow, at Russell's, is said to be four or five feet deep; and as it is impos- sible for anything in the shape of a team to reach Kiandra, those who have goods to forward are em ploying Chinamen. as beasts of burden, at thirteen shillings a day. The printing press for the new journal just published there, was transported from Russell's on the shoulders of colestials. Thie escort brought down 1371 ozs. 1 dwt. 17 grs., and £100 in cash. Our Cooma correspondent writes thus of Kiandra, under date of July 31st:-" Reports from Kinndra speak much of the severity of the weather up there ; accounts vary, of course, as to the depth of snow, but t...

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YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 August 1860

YASS QUARItER SlSSIONS. (Abrilged froni th Yass Courier.) WEDNESDeAY, AuUST 1. AT the opening of the court the crown prosecutor was present, and the cause of his absence on the previous days was explained. LARCENY AT DINALONO. Thomas Fowler was arraigned on an in formation which charged him with having stolen, at Binalong, on the 20th of April, one pair blankets, two shawls, twelve yards calico, one window blind, &c., the property of John Sanderson. Mr. Allmnan appeared for the prisoner. It appeared that Jane Sanderson, the prose cutor's wife, was residing in a tent near the bridge at Binalong. About seven o'clock in the evening she left home and went to Barry's public-house. The articles men tioned were then safe in the tent. There were a number of people at Barry's. She returned about ten o'clock, when she missed the articles. She found on the floor of the tent a shirt belonging to prisoner, which lie had given her to wash, but which had not been returned to him. On the fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

Cheap Instruction in Science and Art. AT the HERALD BOOK MART are now on Sale, Weale's Rudimentary Treatises, written by the most eminent professors of the various arts and sciences. The subjects treated of are budled in a plain and intelligible manner, and a ouperabundance of technical terms is avoided. They are thus peculiarly adapted for those who wish to commence the study of the various subjects treated of; they convey as lull information as is possessed by the generality of well informed persons; and for those who are training themselves for professions they nafford a sound and useful groundwork for fnture study. T'ho exceedingly low price at which these excellont works are now ofered, renders ignorance of sciontiie subjects inexcusable. The following is the list:- - Price Is. Gd.; per post, 2s. Analytical Geometry and Conic Sections Astronomy Book-keeping Chronolgy Clay Lands and Loamy Soils Constructing and Repairing Roads Construction of Locks Cranes and Machinery Different...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

N1ISCELLANBO US. An UNFAITHFUL WIFE.-" The Count do Cumbro Hermosa," say the 'Messager de Bayonne,' "long suspected that his wife was unfaithful to him; and, being tormented by jealousy, he took measures to ascertain if his suspicions were well founded. One night, on going home, he found the Countess in con versation with one of his friends, who quitted him shortly before on pretext of indisposition. He was greatly irritated, but said nothing until the friend went away, and then he re proached his wife bitterly. She with tears protested that he wronged her by his sus picions; and at length he alloved himself to be persuaded. After a while he retired to his chamber, and she followed hinl, and began caressing him; but all at once she cut him with a razor in the neclc and side. He seized her hands and called for help; and, on the servants rushing in, she was secured, end placed in the hands of justice. The wounds of the Count are not serious. The Countess, who had always been noted for...

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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

LATER ENGLISII NEWS. r[PEI ELECTRIO TELEGOIAIPI. Too Sulfolk, arrived at NLulbourno, brings English .news to thIo 30th May. W, ith thle exception of a few items respecting the Sioilian insurrectio, thle news is unimpertant. There was a report of Garibsldi having been defeated, but it was discredited. Ilo was at the hen?d of six thousand men. The Neapolitan troops were proporing to march against him. Tile Eoglish sub scription for him was still being continued. Tom Sayers agrees to retire from tbo ring; the champioubelt to remain open; SRayers and IIHenan to get a belt oech by subscription. i.Thie Derby was won by Thormanby; tite OGakts by 3utterfly.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

COLONIAL EXTAClS. CAuCOAi DoIGINos.-Thoso diggings ap ear to be gaining a claracter. Though they have not as yet been extensively worked, they are producing the precious metal with some reg Inrity. Small parcels are from time to tilm brought in. On the wholo this gold field seems well calculated for the digger of small means to obtain fair remuneration for his labour. This week about forty ounces were brought into town from them by E. J. C. North, Esq. The quality of the gold is said to be very fine, and to realiso a high price. The diggers are nearly all Chinamen, who are reported to be well satisfied both with present gains and future prospects.-' Bathurst Free Press.' T.i, LACHrLAN Rlvnn.-A few days ago the flooded state of this river which was bank high, had the effect of stopping 200 persons at Cowra from passing along, who had to content themselves until the waters assuaged. Ordinarily this river is fordablo at many points but in times of flood is rarely crossable anywhere. Mu...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

SYDNEY. [inoa o ONt ow CORESP1ONDE,0.) Mondoy, 4 p.m. ToE news this morning came from all parts of the continent of America. The Achilles arrived yester day, with late Californian papers to the 20th June, and, of course, copious files from the other States. In California tlhe chief interest centred in the intelli gence from the newly-settled digging population at VWashoe, where a hand-to-hand conflict was kept up with tlio warlike tribes of Indians. 11ow dtifferent from tihe peaoceful manner in which nu Australian community of diggers is enabled to pursue thie work of auriferous discoveryl The last battle appears to lhave talken place otn the ist of June, at a rlace called Pinnacle Point, whlen the U.S. militia, volhn t?eers, and regulars were engaged with the Indians for three hours, and, inally, it seems, discomfited them, with a loss of about fifty killed and wounded. The white population at Washoloe seemed to be in a most lawless slate, and murders anld brutalities of lesser ran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

To Newspaper Proprietors. CITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT 1 PRIESSMAN. Can be wellrecommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Herald' ofice. A LADY requires a re-engagement as COM PANION or GOVERNESS, in or near Goulburn. Her acquirements are music, singing, drawing from statuary and nature, the rudiments of French, dancing if required, embroidery, wax flowers, and leather-work. Address, H. B. W. ]ost-office, Teralga. 6090 A Tutor, OF high character and acknowledged attainoments, ! desires a. re-engagement. Unexceptionable references as to charaeter and qualifications. Address, F. ANDERSON, post.oflice,.Goolburn. S 'Wanted, T the stump, TEN TIIOUSAN6D PALINGS, and FOUR HUNDRED TWO-UOLED POSTS, to be split near tho town. Apply to .. 610790 . JAMES MAIrSDEN. Two Boys Wanted, .AT C. COLE'S, CQOACH .. MAKER. 6077 SWanted, A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT, in a small familyof three. Apply to Mrs. WHITEMAN, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 6053 SWanted, AIZE nd BARLE...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY—AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGE1ICOE. GOUL3URN QUARTER SESSIONS. FROIDAY-AUGUST 10. ' :ItIDY-:auo usI'lb." (Before his honor Thomas Callaghan , Chairman.) At a quarter past 10 o'clock, the court was opened, and the names of the jury having booeen called over, Mr. s.e Govern's name appearing in the list of jourymcu, the judge sanid that he thought he ought to be exempted as being a magistrate. In the case of Thomas Mloran, absent, Mr. VWalsh said that he was a mail contractor, and had been absent from home for a month. BTEALING MONEY AT 3rAsULAN. John Gordson, charged with stealing modey, the pr rty of William 'arker, at Marulan, on 23rd My, pleaded not guilt);. se crown prosecutor having stated the case, called, John Lloyd, district-constable, at Marulan, who deposed: Remembered the 23rd of MIay last; was at ONeil's public-house, on the morning of that day, and applrelhusded prisoner on a chargo of stealing money; prisoner denied it, and said that he neow nothing about it; witness soarched hin and ...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

CALIFORNIA. BY the Achilles, we have papers from San Francisco to the 20th June. In San Francisco (says the ' Bulletin'), during the month of May, there fell 2.86 inches of rain. This makes the total of rein from July Ist, 1850, to May 81st, 1860, 22.18 inches or 0.04 incises less than fell during the year ending July lst, 1859. So we are still one-twenty-fifth of an inch behind the rain supply of last year, though well ahead of the two years preceding that. The 'Weekly Bulletin,' of20th June, gives tho followin' horrifying details of the state of matters at Carson City:-FProm tiee nccoents that constantly reach us, Carson City, just at this time, must be a most delightful loca tion for a quiet person to stop at. There are, perhaps, 700, more or less, of population scattered about in that neighbourhood, and during the past five or six weeks, we are told by a residont, that he lad seen no feever than five murders committed there. These, with numnberless cases of assaults and vounding...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

COAUMERCiAL. 'Hn?naE ' Office, Friday evening. '". M0cnAekc amount of activity has characterised business tnsoattuosa durena the nee?. . Plrodur cees arried in eonldorablo quanttites, and has a tendeney decidedly dlownwardcs. Ca-riagelsoneD more to be obtained, and the had aounts recoied respecting the stets oa thlu oosther at tie Snoay Itier does not prevent carrlers etngging Ior that plne. We noti1led some time ago that the almost Indenlto amount and length or credit gicvn by the husehese houses wes btcng roell as a seriou evil. oSeveral have sinee notlied their inten tlion o recstriting tIleir credits In future; and others wciii doubtless act in a similar manner• MIessrs. Lenihan and Co, report the purchasu o 2 tons butter, and 1 too baeon." atiULliiee Ib.cES CU 0II , T. WIhtl, lie to 12s. 3d. bushleli. 'Flour, in, £35 ? too; soonds , ,3. .reasd, 3d. to d .. .rsn;an,.Od O. bushel. - baa?e, On. toOs. Od busol; caunted. . : .; " lnrlsee, 4, to is. ? buselte ." . i. d'oessatG .cs.?h...

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LATEST FROM UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

LATEST FROM UNITED STATES.. (From the Enmpirc.) Wn have received papers fiom New York to May 211th; Philadelphia, to May 21st;. and from other states to late dates. ARRIIVAL OF TIIE JAPANESE EMBASSY The Washington correspondent of the New York 'Tribune ' writes as follows on the 14th May : The visitors from Japan, who, since the in telligence of the Roanoke's appearance at Sandy Hook, hlad been more than ever earnestly looked for, arrived in Washington at noon to-day, were received with ceremonious distinction, and escorted to the apartments prepared for them at Willard's hotel, where they now seek repose from tho fiatigues of their three weeks' travel. One day will be given them for relaxation, and on Wednesday will begin the series of public welcomes and entertainments which await them. May 17. Thie Japanese embassy, attended by their officers, and the Naval Commission, loft Wil lard's HIotel at about 11. o'clock this morn ing on their way to tlhe President's house. They rode in o...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

AUCTIOGtEIIlS' IErOI1T. ?lr?sr& . D13.0A080 ood Co. roport:--tock.--Durlng tbs wock wo haro sold 0 horses, at prics ranogng from .£3 3s. to £13. o?[st of ttose olffred were young, and iu low oondition; but foro better loas or stook there Is o n looproel domand. TEbe mroret hos been boor of fat stock owong to the con tlnounco of'unoo fu our,.lo o eatller. Wo have b lso rold a term ofa bullocks and dry for £O, tho bullobks being oory poor. raoduc.o.Wo hove sold 3 paroels or boron, In aoo 18 ewt0, at from 7?d. to Pd. porlb.; tCrt. butter, at 1td. pr lb.; 45 loiobol oaoota,t ot. Id. per boohbl. ihbro hbuo bcu lorgto 0re otola of proouor during thb weok. Lond--i a O pcrcrehr ot tho Viloag Iteservo r t Tlrronno, to Androw Glboon, Iso., for £10. lfcpsrao 3'o."srn nod Co. orporto:--Ft cttlc.--Wo buar no tianatoono In this clors of stock to report, nothing hbbing poasod througb tSls market for the lost fortlolhtb; d roft of g?owlattle would now rcoliso well. On Tblursdoy sold 1b head...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

PRINTING 1Y STEAlM. TIillIE Propridetor of the Goslburn Hlerald begs to Sintimato tlhat tile Steam Printing Moaehino will be at work on the afternoon of Monday next, when his friends are invited to bring their families and witness the operation.. * ; PANBULA. .1i AR DUNOAN CAMERON has been appointed .I.L agent for this .journal at lPnbuhla, and is authorisod to receive subscriptions, advertisements, Snd.orders for jobsnrinting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

* THE HERALD OFFICE T removed to the site of tho Australian Hotel, next . door to the Anutralian Store, Auburnoetrcet, Goulborn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial IMlanufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL YIERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, IIBTOLESALE SADDLEtRS, HARINESS TVMAKERS, nod * ADDLERB' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND * PITT.STREET, SYDNEY, Nert the lVzetropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. STHE snderigned SELL privately, or by auction, * 1: every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheopakins, hides, and every description S of colonial produce at the usual colonial rates of commission. v Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and hide..dent for unreserved sale, DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 477. .66, King-street West, Sydney To Country Buyers. ; iTHE undersigned (formerly active partner of the' 'L lIte firm of ReonDLE, DANoAR AND CO.,) hove ';always ?i a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 August 1860

ON tile Srd of June last, in commoncing tile thirtoonth year of the ipublication of the Goullurn IIerald, we addressed a few re marks to our renders, thanking them for tile support they had rendered this journal from its commencement. We then stated that tile plan on. which this paper had been con ducted for the last two years-that is, since it passed into its present handls-was to effect imprlovement wherever improvement was pos sible, letting no considlerations of expense stand in the way. We pointed out that our type was now smaller, andt our printed sorface larger .t'lnt formerly-that our writers were of a higher standard-and that our means of information were greater than before. Ex pressing our gratification at finding that our efforts had been appreciated, and lhad been crowned with success, we continued: 'This encourtagement has induced us to strive for still further imtprovement. Some considerablo time ago an order was atltt to EEngland for now maclhinery, of the nmost rece...

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