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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Wednesday, 4 p.m. I'OLITICAL. DEyOrND the fact that the Braidwood election has terminated in the return of Captain Moriarty-a fact ino doubt well known to you already-there is really n0othing in local politics, so called, to deserve notice. :;But the political aspect of Europe cannot be without intorest. The arrival of the Jeddo will now enable you to unravel for yourself the tangled skein presented b' "the news telegrams that have appeared in the daily tpale'ti; .Our latest intelligence was from London, July Ath, and that seemed to indicate that affairs between France, Russia, and England were assuming a moore paeitic complexion; for we are told that the China war was to be vigorously prosecuted by Enaglatid and France, and that the Russian loan was received in England with more favour than before. At the same time; the fuct'that Consols were as low as 93. does not-speak, well foi 'the public sense of security or peace. The fat f'ii that no rel...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

AU?TION?EEPS' IIEPOIBTS. iosara. P. Dl-oNr and Co. report:--Slock.-Tho market re mains without inlulation, no fat stock having arrived. Thlu horse market hla been aluo lat. Our sales comprise 6 lead, at from £u4 s. to £12 l s. O Wednesday we offeored a team ort bullocks and dray, for whlich £75 10is. wasu olfered, but tile pritce not nuetling the owner's views, they were withdrawn; bullock dray, £2t1; old cart, £10. Produce, &.--We hrave sold bacon at 7d., and blutter at lOd., the supplies of both being Inu.exrcess of demand. On Thursday we held u saoleof furniture, at wlich fair prices werue rcalised. fussro. PINLAY and Co. report:--Thle market entirely desll tutu of stoek; nothing in the shape of fat attle hlru passed throughl their hands: most of the tratl it tuown ar short, and a draftt of good rcattle could not fal to rallso hlghty remuunera. Stire priceu. lorse.--On Tuesdty sold seveun hed, ranging frot £5 6s. to £1 10s.; anytlding wuith bone, and Lstaunch in the colla...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY—AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCiAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY-AuousT 15. Before his Honor Judge Callaghan. 'The first case called this morning was TeEn AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCIK BANIK Y. CULLEN. -This was an action on a cheque for £30, drawn in favour of the defendant upon the Braidwood branch of the bank and discounted by the brunch at Goul burn,-Verdict for defendant; each party to pay his own costs. Mr. Gannon appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. WValsh for defendant. McCONNELL V. CONOLLY.-This wvas a claim for £38 12s., for cash lent and goods sold and delivered. Mr. Gannon for plaintiff, and Mr. Walsh for de fendant. lMcConnell deposed to having lent Conolly the sum of £30 in 1855, to enable him to purchase some ground, and in about three months afterwards lent him £15 more to emplete the purchase, and had several times applied to him for the money. The items of a?et-Off, which defendant had filed, referring prirncipally to the hire or a team of bullocks and the purchase of potatoes, M...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

COAMUMIICJAL. -- 0 HERALD' Office, Friday evening, LAinG quantities of produce have been offered during the week, and the prices have a decidedly dowrlward tendheey. The purehase of 69 ounees of gold is reportled at the AUstra.. lian Store. A moderato amount of business has been transacted at the stores. GOULBURN PRICES CUIRRNT. Wheat, 11. to 12. 3d. 9 bushel. Flour, flne, £35 -l ton; s nds, £3. teard, 7d. to Sd. Bras, 2s. 6d. 9 bushel. . i e, 0s. to Os. d P bushel; wanted. Barlel,, 4s. to to. i bushel; waonted. Oats, 5s. 6d. to 05. Otl ' bushel; seare. )Iay, £8 to £10 ' ton. tter, fresh, s lb.; sal . to 1. 3 li.; sat, d ts. Cheese, 5%d. to 6c. 11 lb. "Bacon, 7d. to 8d. 9t lb. .Tpgs, Is. Oc6. to Is. 0d. $ dozen. .Potatoes, £910. to £7 a ton; plentiful . Onlotss,la. toelts. cwt. -Fat Cattle, £3 10s. to £7 7.9 h ead, according to a etight. Calvea, £1 It. to £115s. 9 head. Sheep 10s. to 1ls. E head. "Pips, 4ld to 4fyd. "? lb. STalloe, £16 to£50 ton, for good samples. Hidee, 4s. to 5s. ...

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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 — 18 August 1860

COUREnSPONDENCE. S[We are dealrous that our colutnme bould be regarded an ope. to all peortis, ad we are thoereore willing to gee insertlon to lst tempnlrately and ntelltglbly written letters on nsubecte of ipblio Lnteret, evelo though the oplniton advanced may be diametrlially opposite to our own.) o ( To tlie ldilor of tle Goulburn Herald.) Spun,-It is to me n most strange cireumstance that this, our lourishing town of Nitnitybolle, is loft alto gether unprotected, wlhilst other places of no greater importance have long had the benefit of ao standing police. We all know thoe habit of many who enter into the lifo of a digger to consist of rapito and plunder in the extreme, and at a time when st1th arne prowling about in droves, is it any satisfaction for us to be ia daily and tigltly fear o'our place's bein, altnetedt. by such rulfians? It is,. tltrofore,'high time that the govermentt should ttdou some steltps und utter this condition of thitgs, and pt'oneo afford the people of Nim...

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FURTHER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

FULRTE'II Et`iUSHE NEWSi. (Frns our IsJqJ veaspoendnte) There aon. be nto qyutio ato. tOhe warlike c:racter otf the news,, athough we are rather grn j: inr ha the IJkI iu til the papes come to banfi . [t is repccrted that h French are oig ton withdr?ar fro? n the Chinese antisir th ? enr tin frrtoom his hisdome fo B?x?ulr ,t Fi lln a scounr cf mcdeu s u comFln sotidu. f?"r hie.t shrne is the. d&itat the Peiho. If thihe be trun-an? I world wage r try pro tr reputaIt tism a must this old steel pen Sit is sq-hem ia Ergiani in a mess. Eitihoshi munstl curray on the war herself-an ealnustiig war scgainsto Chins, with Russia andi Ftunte in Che bacdk nrond--cr she must bualt on,, uns bhe fir the time humiliated. Of curs:e the hLter' 4i. the aternative that she wil! holws to0 adopt. I have all along antici pated thiui: :nd it needed no great wisdom for that purpose. It is hardly possible that the Cliiouoes worad or could havre made such a tucIibfe resistance as they did at the Peino...

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

COUNTRY NE WS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our own Correspondent.) . THEn iR?ENOERALL CoUnci, Bland Plains, was opened for the worship of God, on sabbath 29th ultimo., by the Royv. Mr. Synge. incumbent of Yass, assisted by the Rev. M. B. Brownrigg, ministeof the district. Notwithstanding the prevailing epi demic, influenza, many persons attended not quite re covered from its effects, thus testifying their gratitude and respect to God, in meeting together to hear his word and to sing hin praises. And although many were prevented by sickness and other causes from attending, yet all the seats were filled with the ex ception of one or two. The Rev. Mr. Synge selected as his text, the Ilth chapter and 28th verse of the gospel of St. Luke: "But iHe said, yea rather blessed are they that hear the word of God and keep it." In justice to this fervent and eloquent preacher, I must say that his sermon from the above text far surpassed any discourse on theology that I have heard for years past. The...

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

To Master Printers. A THOROUGHLY competent COMPOSITOR is open for engagement. Has ihad many years' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in jobnprinting. Satisfactory references can be given. Apply to R. R. S., ' Herald' office, Goutburn. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT PRESSMAN. Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B:, ' Herald' office. 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, danicing if required, embroidery, wax flowers, anl leather-work. Address, H. B. \Y. Post-oflice, Taralga. 6096 A GENTLEMAN of long experience in TEACHING is open for an ENGAGE MENT. The highest testimonials and reference. Address, F. ANDERSON, Post-office, Goulburn. 6138 Notice. SR. PENTLAND begs to intimate that his NEW SCHOOL-ROOM, adjoining his present resi dence in Bourke-street, is now finish...

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FURTHER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

FURTHER ENGLISH NEWS. From English papers to hand by the Jeddo, we gather the following additional items of interest: It appears that during the last seventeen years, 3,596,590 emigrants have quitted the United King dom, or, on an average, 211,504 annually. The maximum emigration in any one year was reached in 1852, and the minimum in 1843; the totals being 368,764 and 57,212 respectively. Last year's return embraces a total of 120,432 emigrants, a number considerably below the average, but slightly in ex cess of 1858. The great bulk of the emigration has been to the United States, induced no doubt by political and family ties, and the comparative cheap ness of land; but it cannot but be a matter of regret to see Canada at such a low ebb in the emigrant market. Australia, including New Zealand, has succeeding in holding its own since the gold disco veries in 1852. It is interesting to note the effect of the exodus of between 3,000,000 and 4,000,000 per sons on the home labour market...

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

I'ANBULA. /11 , DUNCAN CAMERON has been appointed Ul agent for this journal at l'anbuln, and is nuthoriscd to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job.printing.

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

THIE HERALD OFFICE IStremoved to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. " STINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS-: MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMOGEJG ," ? WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, N!ext the MIetropolitan HEotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by suction, I 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, 4787 66, King-street West, Sydney To Country Buyers. THE undersigned (formerly active parther of the late firm of RUNDLE, DANOAr AND Co.,) have always on Sale WINES, Spirits, Bee...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

PUvSLIC attention is again, for a time, ab sorbed in the exciting intelligence brought by the English mail. The intense interest manifested by these colonies in the affiairs of Europe contrasts strikingly with the indiffer ence shown to subjects that more nearly and deeply concern themselves. The triumphant progress of a patriot in emancipating his country from a tyranny that had so long held it in thraldom, is hailed with an enthusiasm which no event in our own political and social progress has ever yet evoked. The re surrection of Italy to freedom and independ ence is watched with a moi}e Barnest attention than we care to bestow upon the means for our own development as a nation; and the gradual growvth of a constitutional monarchy which promises somewhat to realise the idea of Italian unity, is hailed with feelings of exultation which would not be inspired by the consummated union of our various pro vinces in one harmonious federation, with greater powers, more extended empire, a...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 August 1860

CALENDAR. Dayrof theL Week .n. Sunl. u unel M HATUIIRDAY ..ug. 1s; 40 6 20 1 UNDAY ........... . 10 0 10 27 2 iONDAY .............. 90: 8 2 28 TU E:SD'..... .... 1...... 1 037 ? 0 4 SAe D1? l AUGUST 18, 1860. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1860.

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GARIBALDI'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

GARIBALDI'S tEX'EDITiON. Garibaldi's landing at Marsala-an exploit which will henceforth rank high in the record of brilliant adventures-is recounted in the following very vivid narr.tive which 'has . been published by the ' Daily News.' The writer was on board the Argue, one of the "two English men-of war which were at Marsala at the time: * " a On Thursday, the 10th of May, at 0 p.m, we started from Palermo for Marsala. The Intrepid accompanied us, and early in the morning she looked into Trapani. Daylight also showed us that we were accompanied by two Neapolitan steamers, sent to watch our proceedings no doubt. At about 10 a.m on Friday the 11th, we anchored off Marsala. The Intrepid shortly after anchored about half way between is and the shore. The two Neapolitans continued theirjourney, apparently to take a look further on the coast, or to acquaint the frigate, which was cruising in that direction, with our arrival off the place. They had barely got out of sight when two other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

To Master Printers, A TIIOROUGIIHLY competent COMPOSITOR is open for engagement. Has had many years' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in job-printing. Satisflctory references can bo given. Apply to It. It. S., ' Herald' office, Goulburn. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT PRESSMAN. Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not aflraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Ierald' oflicc. A NURSEMAID WANTED.: Apply to Mrs. WILLIAM DAVIES, Australian Store, Goulburn. 6169 Wanted, SITUATION as IIousemaid or Needlowoman, in a respectable family, by a young woman who thorooghly understands her work. Address--l. G., IHerald' office, Goulburn. 6163 Wanted, AN EFFICIENT STALLION GROOM for the ensuing season; to n person competent and of sober babits, liberal wages will be given. Apply to Mr. 1'. BEST, Albert Vale, Gunning. 6151 .To Carriers. TIANTED, drays to load for Coolringdon, Moano roo. Apply at Bradley's Mill. 5904 Mr. Jno. Harland, A NATIVE of Nowry,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

Cheap Reading. BACK numbers of the Family Herald, Reynolds' SMiscellany, London Journal, and Home Maga zince, can be obtained at the IIerald Book Mart and Steam Machine Printing Ollice, at thie reduced price of 9d. per number, or three numbers for 2s. Back numbers of Chambers' Journal reduced to is. each. Block numbers of the Illustrated News of the World and Illustrated London News reduced to as. each. Black numbers of the Illustrated Times and All the Yeanr Iound reduced to Is. Cd. each. Revised orders have been. sent to the English publishers, which will hereafter prevent tho accumu lation of unsold copies. The present reductions therefore will not be mintlnined. Books of Etiquette, F OR Ladies-Gentlemen-and also on Courtship F' and Mlatrimony, Is. and Is. 6d. each. At tho Ilcrald Book 'Mart and Steam Machino l'Printing Ofico. Cheap Instruction in Soience and Art. AT the HERALD BOOK MART and STEAM MACHINE PRINTING OFFICE are now on Sale, Weale's Rudimentary Treatises, written by ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

ENGLISH EX TERA CTS. Nmuw DODoE. - Clara Jones was lately brought before one of the London police courts, charged with stealing 50 yards of black silk, 9.1 yards of Valenciennes lace, and 10 yards of black velvet, value £17 10s., the property of Mr. Joseph IIaslam, a linen-draper in Brompton. Mr. Haslam stated that the pri soner had come to his shop on the morning of June 1 and selected a quantity of silk, lace, velvet, &c.; the whole to be sent to a house in North-terrace, Brompton, and to be paid for on delivery. The shopman of a pawnbroker in the Commercial-road proved that the pri soner had pawned on June 2nd a quantity of silk; that, on being questioned about it, her answers were not satisfactory; and that, in consequence of information which he had re ceived, he fbund it to be his duty to give her into custody. The silk pawned by the prisoner was identified by Mr. IIaslam as his property. The curious part of the story lies in the des cription of the artifice by which C...

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SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

SYDNEY. [ERnos OUnR ON CORRESI'ONDENT.3 Thursday afternoon. Time state of the roads makes it hopeless to expect that any communication posted to-day will reach you; but I may venture upon a few dry facts. The news from Taranaki, by the New Zealand mail, is sufficient to cause anxiety. The fMaoris had murdered two more of the settlers, and an artillery man, while peacefully occupied. The natives were in great force, dancing their war dance freqcuenly, nod pushing boldly up towards the town. An attacl was constantly expected, and families were hurrying to the barracks in the greatest possible state of con sternation. General Pratt was at Taranaki. Mr. S. A. Donaldson is at last to be knighted, on the recommendation of the Governor-General. Despatches have been received and published. announcing that the lately made contract of the P. and O. Company has been revised, and that the ships are to come on to Sydney as before-this colony paying a subsidy of £15,000, in addition to that guara...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

TUENA. (Frone our own Correspoodent.) Our new commissioner Mr. Keightloey, accompanied by Mr. Commissioner McLean, arrived in the town ship on Saturday, and from the inlbormation afforded by those gentlemen to Mr. Pembrooke, it seems pro bablo that ere long all causes of complaint, as to social and other evils will be removed, as the estab lishment of a court, erection of the necessary build ings for a commissioner's camp in the township, as well as a lock-up and police barracks, augur some decided improvement. There can be no question, but the constant agitation through both the southern and western press, has been attended with beneficial results, and Mr. Pembroke must be gratified to find his endoavours to place Tuena in its proper position are tending towards success. Our usual monotonous existence has been some what relieved by the visit of Professor Kohler, who has been astonishing the people with his wonderlul tricks of magic. The professor, accompanied by a good German brass...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCiAL. rOLICn REr'OT.-While everry class of the com munity is comlplaining of having little to do, the police-moagistrate may legitimately join the croaking chorus, and seriously deliberate on the propriety of shutting-up shop altogether. Since our last issue there has been no case of importance brought before his Worship. On Saturday, a man, who had been given into charge for attempting to stab his wife, was discharged; the wife avowing that she did not think he intended to stab her, and that she did not think herself at all in danger from him. IHORSE-STEALING.-On Sunday evening last, a horse was stolen from the stables of the oli Crimean Hotel. Information was given to the police, who found that the fellow who had thus unceremoniously borrowed the animal, had had the audacity to put him up at Mr. Jones's. Tihe animal was of course secured, and returned to its owner; but the thief had tihe luck to escape the police. Palncc or SEEPr.-aOn Monday last, Messrs. Fin lay a...

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