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

QUEANBEYAN. (Fromn our own Correspondent.) ACCIDErNT.-On Thursday evening iMr. Archibald Beaty, who was out after cattle, on the run ofA' Cunningham, Esq., was suddenly thrown from a young, buck-jumping horse which he was ridirig, and received a severe fracture of one leg; very,. fortunately he was in company with Mr. Nelson Woodman, who instantly rode off for assoitance, and rocunred a dray, in which hoe was conveyed to his brother's residence in Qucanboyau, the distance being eight or nine miles. Since then he is under the care of Dr. A. Moreton, who pronounces the injury to be of a very severo and complicated nature. Tinu TowNssmie -The spirit of improvement still goes on steadily and usefully. A very elogant sun dial has been erected for public convenience at, the turn of the bridge, just opposite the court-house; the pedestal ofcut stone, and the dial, which is beautifully engraved, has been executed in Sydney. It is guarded by a neat and substantial fencing of hard wood, which...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA QUARTER-SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

COUNTIRY NEVS. BERIUMA QUARTER-SESSIONS. (Before Judge Cary,) MoNDAY-AUGUST 20. William Jones and John Ogilvie wore placed at the bar for attempt at highway robbery with fire arms, and after pleading not guilty, were remanded till next sessions, in consequence of absence of the witnesses. John Walker was charged with stealing from the person, and was discharged upon his own recogni zance to appear when called on, the prosecutor rot being in attendance. There were no other cases for trial.

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

COMMERCIAL. LUIlee otrerwlse cepreseer, the prices quoted in ties article ore. those In transactions between the producer ald tile firs par heroer; not a between one dealer and nothler, much less tire retail prices.1 a.atreaoona.-- ino flour, per ton, £40 to £42; ration ditto, toot quoted; wleal, per buslcli 14i, to e4o. Od.; bran, ts. ko.i matze, lIs. to tOs. ld,; hay, ill to i£t per ton; poratots, percet. ls. to 13s.; iresh butter, per Ib, to. 4d. to Is. r d.; salt butler, per lb., las d. to Ie. Od.; rcheese, d. to 71d.; bacon, lOd. to Is, Yeess.-Wieat, per bushel, Its. to 12u.od.; neo flor, per toe, £O ; seeonde, ditto, £ ; beran per buslel, is. d.; matreo Gs.; oats. Gs. to IOs.; lroy, per too, £7 to £7 IOs.; barloy, 4e. to iG; Iresor butter, Is. Od.; solit di, to, 3d. per tb.; cheese, anted; baocon, wolted; eigr per dozen, 2.; Iotatoese, per cet., ts. to 7s.; dried hides, each Oc. to s. AeDBLo.l.-- olt pork per Lb., retail, Is.; baeon, ls. 3d.; e rolonrl cheese, Is. ; English di...

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

DISTRICT COURT. (Before a Jury.) RAMSDuoEN V. ROBERTS. -At the last sittings of the court plaintiff sued defendant for £140 for work done, the case was tried before a jury who found verdict for the plaintiff, with £10 damages, but afterwards came into court and told the judge they had made a mistake, having intended to find a verdict for defend ant, nod upon this statement the Judge granted a new trial, which was now heard. The plaintiff was the only witness called, and not having proved a contract, was nonsuited. Mr. Meymott for plaiutiff; iMr. Garrick for defendant. (Before a Jury.) DoeNOiOE v. Gonnon.--This was an action brought to recover the value of a horse, whichvwas claimed by both parties, and the only question was one of identity, and whether the horse was branded AD or not. Five witnesses were called for the plaintiff, who proved conclusively that the horse was plaintiff's,. nod had his brand on; and upon this evidence Mr. Gannon, who appeared for defendant, ey n:ge.d to ...

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

ENGLISH EXTRA dCTS. A young woman named Sidney Kcelon, who was convicted at Armagh summer assizes, 1949. on a charge of stealing cattle, and transported for seven years, has just returned to Ireland, from Van ioemen's Land, and is at present delivering a course of lectures on her personal history and the horrors of transportation, in various towns in Ulster. 9Miss Keelen speaks very fluently, though, occasionally, she betrays her imperfect education. She is about twenty-eight years of age, neatly attired, and seems perfectly at home before an audience. Her remarks show that she is an attentive observer, and desirous of doing.something for her sex, especially warning them against whisky drinking, the bad effects of which she has seen so much of, during.her absence from Ireland. The disturbances in the church of St. George's-in the-cast are now likely to terminate. The Bishop of London has issued a monition forbidding the choristers from occupying seats within the com munion rails, an...

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

BURROWA. (PFrom a Correeo,lndcnt.) Trut LAs3?ING FLAT GOLD-IELus.;--Much ex citement at present exists in this town, owing to the recent very encouraging accounts from these dig: gings. Mlostof the inhabitants have left for them, all sorts of tradesmen have abandoned their profes sions and are now in search of the precious metal. Samples have already been brought in for sale. They are extremely rich and beautiful, of a nuggety description; one nugget weighed seven pcnnyweirhts. Several w ho went a week ago only to inspect, liavo not since returned, hut had been allured to remain digging. from the success of the parties then on the field. Late and authentic accounts from parties who came here for picks, cradles, and the other etecteras for mining are beyond our most sanguine expecta tions, It is only thirty miles from this with a good road; these circumstances will enable our store keepers to keep, henceforward, a supply of all neces saries to meet the wants of the fist increasing po...

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

ANBUrULA. ST'11. DUNCAN CAMIERON has been appointed , agent for this journal at Panbula, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisementa, and orders forjob.printing.

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

S THE HERALD OFFICE TS 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. O"PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL .*- VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 THE GOVERNOR'S ARMS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four Miles from Goulburn. WILLIAM SIDWELL "EGS to announce that ho hae no erected, at .£. great expense, a - FIRST-RATE INN, *at Towrang, on the Sydney Road, four miles from Goulburn. * Preparatory to taking this step, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, Cordials, &c., &o., was selected personally by the advertiser in Sydney; and, as he is determined to allow nothing but the VERY BEST L1Q UTORS to hbe sold at his establishment, he feels confident that no one who once honours the house with a call will leave it disappointed. 1t will be the study of W. S. always to keep A GOOD TA.BLE, as-he feels assured that this is a matter of equal im portance with that...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 August 1860

TIIB gold discovery at Kiandra has been, in every sense of the word, a great godsend to the community. Ever since the first vague rumours of its fabled riches, it has been the unfaiiling pabulum of gossip, the theme by day and dreanm by night of the imaginative digger, the cynosure of merchant and trades man, the hopel of squatter and farmer, and the inexhaustible source of inspiration, and almost 'the solo subject of discourse with journalists, politicians, quidnunes, gobemomuches and corre spondents, and still forms the bulk of the letter-press in newspapers, and the unceasing btirden of conversation by chimnoey-nook andt on 'changoe If we are to believe all that has ;been said- of it, indeed, Kiandra is the very crisis of our fate; and from its discovery and development as a gold-producing region, we . shall date the new era of prosperity on which we are about to enter, and whose fill flood tide is to bear us on, unchallenged, to that foremost place for which tile Australian pro ...

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

-CALENDAIR. \1' ° lllY....... a .. . O.. I I o0 o. 90 FTRI)?UA Y ............ ? 2 0 .4 0 00 0 WtE) SA ..Y. AUG.. .. . . U4 0 , 00 1 7 WEDNIESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1860.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

ENGLISH EXTRA CTS. THIn ENoLISH PRESS ON TIIH NEW ZEA LAND QUESTION.--The 'Times' of June 15, while giving a brief narrative of the facts so flr as theyv ure yet known or can be at all safely conlectured, says:-Either the anger of supplanted proprietors or the jealousy of a declining race has served to kindle the war now reported, and in neither case can we have any cause for self-reproach. Ifthereo was any usurpation in the matter of the land at Newv Plymoutlh, we were not the usurpers. We dealt with the ostensible owners and actual possessors of the soil, and became the pur chasers by a boni fide bargain, valid accord eg to native custom and natural law. As to the nationality movement, if that is really at the bottom of the disturbance, such paroxsmsns of feeling can be easily comprehended. Tlhey are but the necessary incidents, of the process by which a superior race displaces an inferior one-incidents, in fiact, of colomnsation itself, and need suggest no reproach if we do but c...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE BIG HILL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

- O........ LONIAL ax ACS. TIlE BIG IIt.LL MURDER, : On a dark nighlt in the month of February last,.Clharls Williamn Droirson and Ilis wife were sitting in their tent near the Big Hill. They hli'd just tikon ten, and Bronson, com plaining' of being ill thought of retiring to bed. A slight noise, " no more tlhan a dog would makeo," attracted his attention, and, taking a candle, lihe went outside the tent. The wife immediately afterwards heard the report of a gun, and opening the door, saw her husband falling, tio candlo still in his hand. "She took his head on her knee, but be did not speak; lhe only made a slight gurgling noise"-and died instantly. The poor fellow lihad been wantonly shot. All was silent; no voice, no utterance; " the slight gurgling sound" told no tales, and nobody lnows what the voice of the dead man would have said could he have spoken. The still ness of death prevailed. What clue was there Sto detect the murderer ? A lonely tent at a distance from other habitat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

Investments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares. -AY always be obtained or disposed of, at current prices, on application to LENNON & CAPE, Stock and Share Brokers, Gooo Terry's Buildings, Pitt-street, Sydney. Bulls. FOR Sale at Coolrilngdon, Cooma, some very Ssuperior BULLS, of the celebrated H brand. They anre parted with solely for change of blood in the herd. Apply to F. SMITH,- EEq., 6092 Coolriugdon. Confectionery. QTOREKEEPERS and Country Dealers requiring U the above, can be supplied with every variety of i Gaenuine Confectionery, e in any quantity, on the shortest notice, and at very moderate prices, by W. J. CATES, Wholesale ~Manufacturing Confectioner, 5694 436, George-street, Sydney Chteap Reading. BACK numbers of the Family Herald, Reynolds' Miscellany, London Journal, and Hlome Maga zine, can be obtained at the Herald Book Mart and steam Machine Printing Ofice, at the reduced price of 9d. per number, or three numbers for 2s. Back numbers of Chambers' Journal r...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Finloy and Co. report an tnereoecd demand for fat cattle, holdoro of osoh stock could not fall to eoomnond tho mookot oone offerod during tho week. Fat Sheep.--On londoty, soli by auction at Tirrnecn, one thoounod ltot cothrcr: oftero spirited competitiion toe whole fock were onocleod doot to MIr. O'D)onnoll, at loe. per hood. Ohlog to the late rains tile flock advertised for Fridoy, did not orrive ootil late, they will hb told to morrow (Satordoy) at twelve o'lochk. ttorseo.--'hij market Iloh beon very bhre, on octive deomno d 0exi 1 for hacks in good coodition. tLoOnLBOUi STocK ?Ioror.--L Iessro J3. 1. fC?ough ond Co. report:--Fot cattle of primo qoolity hove 00et with reody role, and tooce lot1 fetched ovcr £11 per Iheod. Our cluoltolons ore for btstbullohksc £12 to £15; soceod cnclity, £0 to £10 per hooed. Ft sheep ore still over cuppliod; prices ore tor ewes, 6st. Id. to 17s. td.; wotihcrs, 1iS. to 1to. Store shee,.--fVo haoe sold teo iock coocesting of 20...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCOiAL. MuSICIrAL, CouNclL.-The council met on Thburs dlay. Present--tho Mayor, Aldermen Fletcher, Collins, Sibley, Kennedy, Uyrne, and Woodward. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, the town-clerk read a circular from the attorney-general, inviting suggestions from tihe council as to amendments in thie municipalities act. An offieial intimation from tile Treasury was then read, stating that the sum of £948 17s. 8d. had been paid into the Commercial ulank of Sydney to tihe credit of the council. A letter from Captain Mar tindalo was also laid on tile table, stating that tie line of tie great southern road through tlhe town, as recommended by the council, had been approved of -viz., by Reynolds, Grafton, Sloane, Clinton, and Cowper streets. The applications for the office of town-surveyor were then opened, and read by tihe town-clerk. There were only two candidlates, Messrs. Packer and Wormleighlton. After the ap. plications, and accompanying test...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

COMMERCICAL. i e d HErALDn' Office, Friday evening. '-This Week diers from lost e1ety in tilme dieinlshed anount ::. fpropdueetohanedaeirctanoepeoterehpstoebeacountedfor iby thelheavy rains, and the eoneuinent floodled state of the br~eok aund riers..." * Ther is no alteration in price, to io noted. 'Btorkeepers generally are doing less tlhaun an average bush Ths'gold-flnds at Dluhgonea are exelting neeood deal oe et teutlon--three ounces sere sold in tlhat townshlp yesterday. The Joint SCoek lina has purehasei 83 ozea. 11 mLws. oefgolm tromaTuen.. "GOULDUItN PRICES CURRENT. " Whei, lie. 1o0 o. 3d. ~ lbushtel. Flour, toe,£35to n;seo l?e3,"f - "llreadmc,od. to 8d. Jifan, ? e.or? bleatheL Mle, in? . d to I. 3. bushel; wnnted. .oarlep, s.. d to 6s. C Ibumhel; waut onted Oat, ,le .cd to 7e. F boehel; coae. lay, L8 to e10 ie ton. Bunttcr freohe le. to 0.1 3. 1 flt.; Salte 10d tO is. Cheoes, 5m.t=d. to i.e. Egge, ls. ' dozen. Potatote, £5 to L Ios l ton i plentiful O e,,otlr, 128. t o 1 c...

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GUNDAROO v. UNION CLUB (YASS) CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

GUNDAR00 v. UNION CLUB (YASS) CRICIKET MABTCH. (Fror a Corresouenll.t.) On Monday last a match was played on the Yass cricket ground, between the Union Club (Yass) and the Gundaroo Cricket Club. The morning nwas rather hazy and dull, but towards twelve o'clock it began to clear away), and turned out a splendid day for the match, which commenced by Messrs. Harper and Myers taking the bats,on boehalf of the Union Club. However, after scoring one, Harper had to retire after receiving a Style-ish ball, which induced Mie Jennett to try his hand, but after'making seven runs he had to make his exit from the stumps, as Styles gave him a sneaker which took his bails away. Grovenor thene made his appearance as a mate for lIyers, but another ball from Stylesnmado MIyers hookl it, as the ball took his stump. ?IcoGuire then took his place, and Davis gave Grovenor ha bll which astonished him, and he had to make room for another without scoring one. He wasn then succeeded by Queil, who after makin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

To Master Printers. A THOROUGHLY competent COMPOSITOR is open for cengngemenot. Has had many years' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in job-printing. Satisfactory references can be gtvon. Apply to R. R. S., I Herald' oflice, Goulburn. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION woanted, by a COMPETENT PRESSMAN. Canbe well recommended from his presoent place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Herald' office. Wagga Wagga, ANTED, at Wagga Wagga, an agent for thibs ca ernal. SA LADY requires a re-engagement as COI G PANION or GOVERNESS, in or near Goulburn. Her acquirements are music, singing, drawing from statuary and nature, the radimcnts of French, dncing if required, embroidery, wax flowers, end leather-work. Address, H. B. WV. Post-office, Taralga. Stis Caution to Woodoutters and Others. A NY person found trespapssing, cutting or removing A trees or timber, on the la'ds known as Keumore and Kingsdala, will be prosecuted by either of us. A. GUERRY DE LAUICET. 6178 F. R. L...

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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.] THE VOLUNTEER MEETING AT THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. [.Wo ore delrous thot our columns shouhl bo regarded as open to alt partles.and wo 0re theroeore lling to gieo insertion to alt tempertelyo and Intlliibly written letters on sulbects of publlo interest, 0v0n thouRh tih opinioons dvanceld moy bo diametrieally opposite to ourowno.l THE VOLUNTEER MEETING AT TIIE METROPOLITAN HOTEL. (To the Editor of the Goulblrt Hcrald.)J SIm,-In your paper of last Saturday, under theo head of Sydney news, your correspondent in alluding to the volunteer movement writes thus:--" The presentmovement seems to have had its origin with Messrs. W. Macleay, Dumaresq, and others of the exclusive school, who held a meeting at the Metropolitan, and proposed the formation of an artillery corps, on a purely aristocratic basis. Thils being publicly exposed and jeered at, tl)oe consequence has now been that the committee advertize fotbr all citizens above the age of twenty-one years." *Every one of these assertions is incorrect, and from the tenor of...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860

"COUNTRY NEWS. ---C- BOMBALA. (From a Corrcspondent.) S SACRILEOE.-The church of St. Matthins, Bombalo, was burglariously broken into on the night of Wed nesday, or Thursday morning last. The ruffians were disappointed in their expectations of booty, no church money or plate being kept there. On ttlhe discovery of the outrage the churchwardens promptly offered a reward of £10 for information that would lead to the .conviction of the offenders. Chief-con stable Gemell receiving the information, went very actively to work, and in less than two hours tad the supposed ruffian in durance vilo. lie stands re manded to Monday next. No doubt is entertained Sbut thathe is the guilty. party; his name is Patrick Kelly, and he is a Vandemonian. This town and district is overrun with a strange mixture; the strong police force forwarded by the Sgovernment have been stationed at places where but few persons are living, and which offer no in ducements to the burglar and light-fingered gentry to pur...

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