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

CALeENDAR. Dasooftth Week. My o Burs suse ManootIa A, D·rlb @sur lnllhar nlbralit.' RTUILDDY . AUg.U11T. 4 I4 1 , 21 1 UND)AY ...... .. .I 12 3 34 s 5 22 1 4 I(ONIIAY ...... 1 4...... I , 1 I 0 2 0 63 2 24 S AsTTURDAY, A,.UGUST II, 1860.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

To Newspaper Proprietors. SIITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT S PRESSMIAN. Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Herald' oflice. S Wanted, AT the st4iap, TEN THOUSAND PALINGS, and FOUR HUNDRED TWO-HOLED POSTS, to be split near the town. Apply to o6079 JAMES MAIRSDEN. To Carriers. W ANTED, drays to load for Coolringdon, Mans. roo. Apply at Bradley's Mill. 41904 Town Clerk's Office, Goulburn, August 13th, 1860. TO SURVEYORS. rliENDERS, with testimonials, will be received at I this office until three o'clock on Thursday, the 23rd instant, from persons willing and competent to undertake the duties of TOWN SURVEYOR for the Municipality of Goulburn. Specification of duties can be seen at this office. Salary, £150 per year. Security will be required in double that amount. J. T. GANNON,. 6116 Town-clerk. Notice. A GENTLEMAN of business habits and ex perience, is desirous of meeting with a partner ship in an established concern (Commercial...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. Unless otherwosn expressed, th prices quoted On this article are tho' in transactions between thle producer and the flir por chnser o not as between one denier and anothtr, mtoo less th.. retail prices.o BUAIntWOOD. - Finn flour, per ton, £40; ration ditto, not quoted; wheai, per buooelo 04s. to 102.; bran, none; otoin, I0n. to 12e. ; hey, £12 to £13 per tot; potatoes, per cwt., 128.to t3l.; salt butter, per ., 0s 8d. to Is. lcd.; cheese, 10d. to is.; baron, 8d. to lot1. YASS.-oWheat, per bushel, 12.; fine flour, per ton, £35 to £20; seconds, ditto, £32 to £33 ; bran, per bushel, Is. Cio.-; mt0lz0 , to. to as.; oats, os. to as.; hay, per too, £? to £7 los.; barley, 4s. to 5In; fresh outter, It, 62l. ; sattditto, Is. to Is. 3d. per lb.; cneorc, wanted; bacon, wanted; eggs, per dozen, n. to 2s. ft.; pototoes, per cwt., 0n. to 7I.; dried tides, each 0O. to 7s. lid. .nOnOten.--SOdt pork, per tb., retail, Is.; bacon, ts. 3d,; colonial cheose, to. ; English ditto, Is. 1Cd. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

BABY LINEN, LADIES' UNDER LINEN, CHILDREN'S DITTO. E. BUTLER, 1Market-Square, Goulburn, H A S on quick sale, newly imported, ex Centurion : B. d. Infants' shirts from .....................per dozen 6 9 Infants' stay bands from ... .. ditto 5 9 Infants' blankets from ............... ditto 41 0 Infants' long petticoats from ......... ditto 41 0 Infants' monthly gowns from ......... ditto 29 0 Infants' robes from .................... each 5 6 Infants' hoods from ..................... ditto 3 0 Infants' hate, quilted .....................1... 1 6 Infants' pincushions from........................ 3 6 Infants' powder boxes ...............:..per dozen 9 0 Mr. Price's violet powders, packets... ditto 8 6 Bordered lawn caps ..................... ditto 12 6 Trimmed cambric....................... ditto 17 6 (to the highest numbers of very beautiful work) Infants' short white petticoats ........per dozen 18 0 Flannel ditto .............................. ditto 29 0 Short white frocks ..............

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

K ALISTSCELLANEO US. ConuaPTING' THE YOUNG. - Anna Crawley, a woman about twenty-five years of n*e, was brought before Mr. Yardley, at the 'ffalsnes Police-court, on remand, charged with stealing various sums of money from a girl named Elizabeth Green, eleven years of age.-Mr. CharlesYoung, solicitor, conducted the prosecution for Mr. George Green, an engineer, carrying on business at Stepney. It appeared that Mr. Green was related by mar rinage to a man named King, who had been tfor somie time cohabiting with the prisoner. In the early part of February last King and the prisoner met Mr. Green's daughter, a very beautiful and artless girl, only eleven years of age. King said to the prisoner, "This is my niece-my sister's child." About a week after this introduction, the prisoner met the girl in Beaumont-square, Stepney, and, after some conversation, persuaded her to call upon a Mrs. Moss, the wife of a custom-house officer, and residing at No. 0, IBeaumont.square, and borrow four sh...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wa are desatous that our columns should be regarded as open to alt parties, and we are therefore wntling to give insertion to all temperately and Intelligibly written letters on subjectt of public interest, oven ttoogh tht opintons advanced may be diametrically opposttoto our owtn.] (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) Sm,-In your issue of the 4th instant, I yesterday observed a letter signed " Scrutator," wherein I am accused of plagiarising from Roderic Random, and passing off the greater part of the 4th and 5th chapters as my own in my tale of the diggings. Fair criticism is at all times desirable, as well as bene ficial; hut unfortunately there are very few who are qualified to take up the critic's pen, and assuredly "Scrutator" is not one of the gifted number, because there is much more than mere talent required to fit a person for that office-viz., a true appreciation and a generous recognition of the merits of any literary production, or a gentlemanly reas...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. As mentioned in our last, the ship Sufilfolk hins arrived in Melbourno bringing eight days' later news than the May mails. From the telegrams of the metropolitan papers we give the most interesting portions of the intelligence, in addition to that which appeared in our last issue: Several meetings have taken place on the subject of the right ofthe house of Lords to reject a money bill, but the agitation was highly coloured by party feeling. A committee of the House ofCommons has been appointed to inquire into the precedent for the rejection by the Lords of a money bill. Lord Brougham has been installed Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh. The P'rine of Wales, on the occasion of going to Canada, has been invited by the local authorities to visit New York. A dreadfil explosion of the P. and O. Company's steamer Orissa has occurred in Southampton docks. The Rev. Charles Kingsley has been appointed Professor of Modern Hlistory in the University of Cambridge....

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TUESDAY—AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

TUESDAY-AUGUST 14. PAYTEN V. Cootc.-This was a jury case. The action was brought for breach of contract, in non delivery by defendant of cattlo purchased by plaintiff: damages £200. Mr. Walsh for plaintiff, and Mr. Gannon for defendant.-Verdict for plain tiff, by consent, £45 and costs. Mr. Gannon hero applied to his Honor for an order for the costs of witnesses at the former hearing of the case. Mr. Walsh objected, and his Honor declined to grant the order. DAvonRc v. WoDnrEtLr.-This was anotber jury case. The plaintiff sued defendant for £30, for trespass. Mr. Walsh, in stating the case, said that Waddell had first brought an action against Davoren, and Davoren was compelled to bring a cross-action; a more unneighbourly and unprovoked proceeding could not hbe imagined than Waddell's action for trespass, for proof would be adduced that he had less grounds than anyone for taking such a course. It would be proved also that a crop of wheat, belong ing to Davoren, ihad been completely ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

ARRIVAL OF TILE MAIL STEAMER. ilEt LECTRIO TELEOGRAPII.] Tina mail steamer Jeddo arrived at Melbourne on Sunday, and left for Sydney on Monday morning. She may be expected to arrive early to-day. MoNews dated the 11 th July had been received by the SSyadney Morning lHerald,' via the Rlied Sea. The following are the most important items: Garibaldi hlas taken lPalermo, and has been declared dictator of Sicily. The King of Naples after refusing to recognise the capitulation has been obliged to do so. Ile ordered Palermo to be bombarded as soon as the troops there were defeated, and would have renewed so brutal a measure but for the assurance that the men would not obey. The troops, men and officers, are deserting in large number to Garibaldi. The King has applied for assistance both to France and England, to prevent Sardinia furthering the movement in Sicily. and to g?urantee him possession of his dominion over the main land. Both powers promptly refused, and with the ob servation that...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

COOMIA. (From our on Correspondent.) .E'uromo oF N?wvs.-Tho body of James Gate house has been recovered in the Numeralla, about three miles from where he went into the river.-Our own minstrels have been performing in Cooma with very good success.-Mr. Neato, chief-constable, has sent in his resignation to the bench of magistrates. The weather has been very fine daring the week. A party here is.about building a punt at the Nume ralla.-Montaguo's steam-mill is rapidly progressing, rnd will be completed in about three months. Numbers of Chinamen havo passed through Cooma, en route for Kliandra.-The escort from Sydnoy arrived last night, being its first appearance for i fortnight, owing to wet weather. Monday, August 6.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR W0 N CORRESPONDENT.] TimHE government have proclaimed the Globe Abat toir Act, which will come into operation on the lot of October, so that we may then hope to get rid of the abominable nuisance caused by the Sydney slaughter-honses. Another strange case of rape has just been brought to a close at the water police-offllice. Patrick Kelly, a publican, was charged by a girl of seventeen, in his employ, with that offence. Subse quently shlte withdrew the charge, contradicted her self, and confessed previous immorality. The pri soner stands committed, but is allowed bail. A Mr. Saunderson, a surveyor, whoso complaints SoMe months ago were so often brought before the Assembly by Mr. Fuorster, has been arrested at Tam. worth, charged with embezzling money from the Globe corporation. The Clarence River people have put the climax upon the absurdity of their separation movement, by petitioning to have their district formed into a colony independent alike of New South Wales...

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COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. S.TUENA. S(From our owna Correepondent.) WEATHsn.-Southerly bursters are not very enviable visitors, and for the last two or three days Sold Boreas has plied his bellows vigorously, so much so, that frequent glances to the rafters have dis tracted my attention, in order to secure a clear run if necessary, our tenements on Tuena not being Sconstructed according to tihe most approved archi tectural designs. Rain has frequently threatened, but as I write the wind has moderated, and the sky is bright and starry. CA'TLE.-The cows abstracted from Bright's stockyard have been found, and some of them have already passed under the carving process, much to the satisfaction of the proprietor, and no doubt to the chagrin of the voleurs. WAY's.-We have commenced "mending our ways," the grant for 1859, for repairing the road from Binda to Tuena being in progress, under the auspices of Bright and Nobbs. two of the parties ap pointed for the purpose. The gude folks of the southerni me...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY—AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

LOCAL INTEILLIGENCE. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY-AUGUST 13. TnE sittings of this court commenced on Monday morning before his Honor Judge Callaghan. - Mr. Walsh and Mr. Gannon were the professional gentlemen present, The following cases were settled:-Emannel v, Reed, same v. S. Mortimer, same v. G. Mortisher. some v. Wallace, some v. Nealo, Marks v. Thorn, Cohen v. Forster, Brady v. Kelly, Biogman v. Wills, Gilbert v. Yabsley, Bull v. Curtis, and Brady v. Murphy. In the following cases the summonses had not been served, or there was some technical informality in the returns:-Blatchford v. Beattie, Marks v. Miller, same v. Marsh, same v. Kelly, Leo v. Carr, and Brady v. Ward. BLAcuCnronoD v. Toose.-Action on two pro missory notes, amountingto £31 15s. 8d. Mr. Gan non for plaintiff.-Verdict for plaintiff, with costs' £7 8s. 231. BtAnY V. KELLY.-MIr. Walsh for defendant. Verdict forplaintiff; damages £2 Gs. BoeNJAtIN v. MocCLOSKIEY.-£67 its. 5d., for goods sold. Mr. Gannon for plai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

PANlBULA. IR . DUNCAN CAMERON has been appointed a1L gent for this journal at P1anboula, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job.printing._

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE S removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn.. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. SPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, SIHOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. V MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYVD.NEY, Next the metropolitan motel. 6417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, o every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepakins, 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. HfBE undersigned (formerly active partner of the T . lato firm of RUNDLE, DANoAt AND Co.,) have always on Sale S WINES, Spirits, Be...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

A PEnUSAL of the last intelligence from New Zealand, recalls forcibly to mind the error and injustice that have at various times distin guished our treatment of the Maori race. It is not in justification of the present hostile movement against the settlers that we say this. The insurrection of Kingi is instigated quite as much by his own turbulent ferocity and love of notoriety as by a spirit of patriot ism. But it is undeniable that we have neg lected opportunities and committed grave sins . of policy in our treatment of a bravo and generous people. The late conference summoned by the Governor of New Zealand, has shown once more that the native Maories are capable not only of acquiring all the refined subtelties of the policy of civilised life, but also of remem bering with unflagging retention the injuries that have been inflicted upon them. Dozens of chiefs, with names as sonorous as any to be found in the Iliad, and with the roots of their genealogical lines running back to the ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

CAZ.ZNDAU. Days of the Week. Mot Sunrle, Sun setae Wv.DNP.sI)A".A..... ug.15 0 44 524 20 " TIUURSDAY............. , 0 43 5 25 27 FIIDAY *............... , 7 0 41 5 25 28 oDNSDY, AUGUST 15, 0rah. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1850.

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 August 1860

PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS.-David Lindsay Waugh,   Esquire. has been appointed returning officer of the electoral district of Kiama; Captain Marcus Freeman Brownrigg, R.N., has been appointed police-magis trate at Albury, in the room of Heyward Atkins Esq., resigned; Mr. Michael Joseph Harte, has been appointed line inspector in the telegraph department at Bathurst, in the room of Mr. Mackel, promoted to Berrima; to date from the 23rd ultimo. O Dir.-It is rumourcd that Mr. J. B. Wilson, the mnember for the Southern Goldfields, intends shortly to resign his seat in the Assembly. We do not vouch for the accuracy of the rumour. ' Braidwood Observer.' i . Tun GAOL- A sum of £2000 has, we believe, been.granted for the erection of a now gaol in Braid. wood. The police paddock we understand is the place where it will be built, it is very nearly timp that something was done, as the present den is hardly fit to shut up a dog in, in addition to which it is insecure, as was proved by the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

Cheap Instruction in Science and Art. AT the HERALD BOOK MART andSTEAK IMACHINE PRINTING OFFICE are now on Sale, Weale's Rudimentary Treatises, written by the most eminent professors of the variots arts and sciences. The subjects treated of ne handled in a plain and intelligible manner, and a superabundance of technical terms is avoided. They nre thus peculiarly adapted for those who wish to commence the study of the various subjects treated of; they convoy as lull information as is possessed by the generality of well informed persons; and or those who are training themselves for professions they afflrd a sound and useful groundwork for futlre study. '1 he exceedingly low price at which these excelent works are now offered, renders ignorance of scienuifi subjects inexcusable. The following is the list: 'rice Is. Gd.; per past, 2s. Analytical Geometry and Conic Sections Astronomy Book keeping Chronolgy Clay Lands and Loamy Soils Constructing and Repairing Roads Construction of Locks ...

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GRAND REVIEW OF THE VOLUNTEERS, ON SATURDAY, 23RD JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

GRAND REVIEW OF THE VOLUNTEERS, ON SATURDAY, 23RD JUNE.-This stormy and threatening 1860 will henceforth be a memorable and rememberea date in the annals of the nation. Hyde Park saw an array such as it had not seen for half a century. An army such as any general would be only too glad to find in his hands at the hour of need ready for action-we might say even anxious for it-which has sprung into existence from tlioh ercantile, professional, and other civil classes within the brief space of a twelve month, in number close upon 20,000, repre senting only a fraction of the whole volunteer force of the kingdom. In stature end strength, in bearing, in step, in order, and all that is supposed to be difficult of acquisition, even in the case of the youngest recruits, there was little a general might desire, had he to encounter an army of veterans. Our renders are aware that, except in the case of the volunteers in 1803, there never was such an army assembled in this country for several ce...

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