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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE TS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next J door to the Australian Store, Auburn-stret, S oulburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water S Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. . PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 THE GOV'ERT(,OR'S AR~IVS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four Miles from Goulburn. WL;LIAM SIDWELL DEGS to announce that he has now erected, at J great expense, a FIRST-RATE INN, at Towrang, on the Sydney Road, four miles froma Goulburn. Preparatory to taking this step, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, Cordials, &c., &c., "was selected personally by the advertiser in Sydney; andd, as he is determined to allow nothing but the VERY BEST L1QTOnr8 . tobe sold at his establishment, he feels confident 'that .no one who once honours the house with a call will : leave it disappointed. It will be the study of W. S. always to keep A, GOOD TAB.LE, as he feels assured that this is a matter of equal im p ortanco with tha...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860
Tr is surprising how little is known of the porls and islands in the Chinese and Indian oceans, notwithslanding the many years dur ing which they have been successively navi gated, by the Portuguese, Dutch, English, and Amoerican nations. While the ancient . cities of tile western world are becoming familiar to the merest schoolboy, and when whole streets of houses where of old tihe cen turion manrched at the head of his legion are laid bare, the countries of the East are in many' respects as sealed books to the geogra pher and the traveller. It was only by the merest chance, and on a cumparatively re. cent occasion, that thie Andaman islands, oc cupying an important po~sition in the straits of ' alacca, enjoying a salubrious climate, and on the direct route between India and China, were in the slightest degree explored. For centuries tbhese islands, in the immediate vicinity of our Indian possessions, had re mained in their condition of primitive barbar ism; and although there is n...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860
.DEABTIIS. Killed, at San Francisco, California, on the 17th of April last, by a fll from the roof of a house, Mlr. Jona Jonstros, carpenter, aged 35 years. I Deceased was a nntivo of Churchill, Fermonsgh I County, Ireland, and was many years a resident in Goulburn, whore he was mtuch respected. ;At Pimlico, London, on the 20th April last, IItxnr CosN, Captain in the IRoyal Navy, only son of the late John Conn, one of lard Noelson's Fing Captains, and father of Mr. Thornton Conn, of Tuena and Kinadra. On tihe 23rd instant, aged 9 years and 8 months, IIuou, the only son of Mr. Joseph Kelly, of bhe Millhouae Ilotel 4)il @nbursn BritB SATURDAY, AUGUST s25, 1860.
SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 August 1860
SYDNEY. EFnoMt ouR owN COnRRiSPONDENT.] Tuesday afternoon. ToE Volunteer movement is the popular movement of the hour. Tile meeting at the Victoria Theatre, on MIonday night, was one of the most crowvded that I have ever seen in this city. Not a foot of standing room could be had, and scores of people had to go oway without being able to obtain ingress; and it ,vas remarkable that nearly all the audience con ,isted of stout, healthy, young men, just the class out of which could be formed as fine uand dshing a regiment as ever the sun shone upon. But notwith standing this, the speeches were scarcely equal to the occsion, and acwere not always well receiveld. There appeared to be too much study-too much attempt at great power and cloquence; and whenever any thing likte this comes in the way of a really spirited and earnest movement, it is sure to cause sometling of a damper. Addresses on such occasions, should be short, sharp and fiery. Long-winded, lawyer likte orations only tire peo...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE TS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next .. door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulbuhrn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL O VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5404 THE. GOVER?EOR'S ARIMS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four Miles from Goulburn. WILLIAM SIDWELL -" EGS to announce that he has now erected, at . great expense, a FIRST-RATE INN, at Towrang, on the Sydney Road, fqur 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 SVERY BEST LIQUORS to be sold at his establishment, he feels confident that Sno one who once honours the house with a call will leave it disappointed. It will be the study of W. S. always to keep A GOOD TABLE, as he feels assured that this is a matter of equal im portance with that of keep...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
T?E difficult,- into which the government of 1 Victoria has drifted in its endeavours to settle the lon,-agitated land question, is an incon trovertible proof that the constitutional ma chinery is either inherently defective, or im properly adjusted. Tie tiro legislative chambers were arrayed in open hostility against each other on the most important principles of the cabinet measure, and the ministry, desperate and defiant, threatened to fall back upon the power with which it is in vested by an order in council, and carry its point without fiurther reference to a refractory parliament. The amendments made upon the land bill by the Council were rejected by a large majority in the Assembly. Compromise appeared impossible, and the ministers ex 'pressed their determination to take a step which was denounced as illegal and revolu tionary. It is not our purpose to dwell upon this Victorian dilemma as hearing simply on the question from which it has arisen; but, re garding it as the resul...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
SENGLISH EXTRA'CT& EXTRAOnuINARY ATTEIaPT'AT MURDER AND Stctrls.--Great excitement has naturally been occasioned at Winchester by the circulation of the intelligence 'that at an early lour on Saturday morning an attempt at murder had been made in' th t city by a soldier, who intlicted a dreadful wound with arazor on the person of a femalo with whom he had cohabited, and immediately afterwards attempted self.destraction by similar means. The most cxtraordinary circumstance incon nexion 'with the affair is that it appears to be a question whether the parties, either while in a state of intoxication! or affected by some maudlin sentimentality, had mutually agreed to put an end to their respective lives, or whether the soldier attempted the murder of .is unfortunate companion, who now en deavotirs aliparently. to screen him from the criminal consequences of the dreadful act. 'The brief facts ascertained are that Robert Simpson, a private in the 1st battalion of the O0th Rifles, ...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
NEw INSLVENT.-John Robinson, of Araluen, Braidwood district, publican. Liabilities, £424 Is. bid. Assets-value of personal property, £1o10. )eficit, £314 Is. 5ld. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee.. C. G. N. LoCKIettAr, C.C.L--This gentleman has been invited to a complimentary dinner, to take place this evening at the Imperial. As a public officer Mr. Commissioner Lockbart has won golden opinions from all parties, and in his private capieity he is not less esteemed. No doubt thero will be a good assemblage of his friends present this evening. -' Albury annecr.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
Wanted, A N EFFICIENT STALLION GROOM for the ensuing season; to a person competent and of sober habits, liberal wages will be given. Apply to Mr. P. BEST, Albert Vale, Gunning. 6151 Boy Wanted. APPLY at C. COLE'S, Coachmaker, "Verner street. 6202 . a Wanted, BY a respectable elderly man, a comfortable situa .) tion as COOK or WAITER, at an hotel or with a private family. Wages no object. Address J, P., National Store. 6219 Wanted, A- YOUNG MAN as PORTER, and to make himself useful in the bakehouso s one that can mould preferred. Apply to J. BALSON, Con fectioner. No petty thieves need apply. 6210 To. Master Printers. A THOROUGHLY competent COMPOSITOR .i' is open for engagement. Has had many ears' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in ob-printing. Satisfactory references can be given. Apply to R. R. S., ' Herald' office, Goulburn. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT I PRESSMAN. Can be wellrecommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Addr...
SYDNEY. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
SYDNEY. •[rnox ouR own coaRnSPOnEnE.T Friday, 4 p.m. U?.Ess I were to 'treat yon to a discourse on the vanity of human expectations or some other inex, haustible subject, I should really be unable to detail any news of interest. The political atmosphere is close, "muggy," and dull. Nothing is doing; nor, so far as we at present see, is anything likely to be done. Boumours are beginning to get afloat that ministers do not anticipate being able to pass their next year's estimates. I cannot give this on any better authority; and it may be that the result will sgreeably disappoint ns all Another month will tell the story. A shocking case occurred here on Wednesday. A M[r. Bayliss, wheelwright, of George-street, a native of the colony, and well-known throughout it., cut his throat with the razor wherewith he was shaving him self. His wife had only just left his room, for the purpose -of paying the baker, who had called. Pecuniary troubles are believed to have been the rause of this rash ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
LOCAL ANDV PROVYIACIAL. POLICE REPORT.-On Saturday, Moary Anderson, for stealing a piece of print from the shop of S. Moses and Son, was summarily dealt with, and sentenced to six months' ilnprisonment.--On Monday, before the police-magistrate, the Mayor, and W. II. tlovell, Esq , J.P.-William Simmons, Henry Smith, and 1'atrick Dunlevy, were charged with having robbed Owen fMe Mahoo, of four one pound notes, on Fridly last, near Collector. The prisoners were remanded till Monday next, for the production of two witnesses, whose evidence is required in the case. AccIDENT.-Mr. \Vormleighton, the surveyor and architect, of Clifford-street, was thrown from his horse on Mloday last, near his own residerec, and broke his collar bone. The bon :has been set, and fortunately no other serious injury was sustained. LEcrunEs DELIVERED AT TIIE HALL OF TErsFtr.E co, SYDSEY.--Sutc is the title of a pamphlet, published by Mr. G. It. Addison, of George-street, containing two lectures delivered to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
The Credit System, OF necessity, must undergo a change ; theindefinite period of credit, hitherto prevailing in this town, has, as a natural consequence, caused unpleasantness when accounts have been applied for. The Store keepers of Goulburn are shortening the terms of CREDIT to QUAIRTERLY PAYME~NTS. I respectfully inform my customers that, from this date, my terms of credit will be as follows : Accounts rendered Quarterly; One Month allowed for Payment. Accounts not arranged for during the month's grace will be closed. ROBT. H. BLATCHFORD, Manchester House. Goulburn, Ist August, 1860. 6086 Notice. A NY person or persons riding about my runs, i known as Bungarby and Baylis's, without my permission, will be prosecuted as the law directs. I also, hereby offer a reward of (£20) Twenty Pounds to any person or persons who will give any information which will lead to the conviction of tite parties who have stolen several horses, branded J*P near shoulder, 3 rump near side, and cattle bra...
COUNTRY NEWS. MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
COUNV'R Y NE 1WS. -4---- MORUYA. (From our oen Corrnepondent.) TOA PA?nT AnD BAL..-The inauguration of the Moroya Catholic School, took place on Wednes day night. The ball so long and anxiously looked for. ward to by the young portion of the community came off with considerable eclat. The assembly was moro numerous than was ever before witnessed on the set tlement, but owing to the spaciousness of the room and the excellent arrangements of the stewards (Messrs. Carew and Kenny), the most ample space was reserved for the requirements of the dance, while abundant accommodation was afforded those whose inclination caused them to enact the part of specta. tors. A succession of dances was kept up with indefatig able spirit till daybreak, varied only by an occasional song kindly volunteered by members of the company. When the first faint streaks of dawn warned us of the lapse of time, Mr. Hyland, our energetic and much-respected schoolmaster, came forward and briefly moved that the Revere...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 August 1860
COMM~ERCICAL. LUnl?s oltherilte epre1oed, tile prices quoted in this article are (hose i Iratacions between the producer and the firs puo llhaer; not as betweenl one dealer and notlhcr, toluch lees the retail prleeor.l tnlAnTllOOD. - Pine flour, per ton, £40; ratLion ditto, not quoltedl; heat, per bushol, 14s. to I.; brt, s. 0 d.; malzet, li. to 1o. ; hay, £11 to £10 perton; potatoes, prcwlt., ItO. to 10'.; retsh butter, per Ib, I. 4d. to Is. 0d.; salt butler, per I., Is 4d. to i. d.; . l, cs.,Od. to 7d.; baron, 101. to is, Id. Ytss.-Wheat, per bushel, tto, to is0. 1d.; fine floor, Iper ton, 05 to £8 f; ecodols, ditto, £00 to n£0;bran, perbqsllelo, 1 .0.; malite, 5s0.fo0O; oat. h4. togo.; ly pe n £ to .; 101O; brley, 00. to It.; freh butter, Is. Ot.; salt ditto, Is. to BJ.Od, pe0 Lb.; clheeso, wanted; bacon, wanted; eggo, per dozen, I.; potatoes, per cLt., Us. to ?7.; dried hldett eaclt Ut. to s. yd, rAioraOt.-Salt pork, per lb., retail, ls.; bacon, Is. ad.; colonial cheese, Is.; En...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860
For Sale, COOIRMORE, Liverpool Plains district, at present unstocked, well arassed and watered. For fur ther particulars apply to MESSRS. RAYMOND & CO., Treasury Buildings, 4812 George-street, Sydney To Newspaper Proprietors. FOR SALE, an excellent DOUBLE DEMY ' PRESS, INK TABLE, and ROLLER MOULD. Particulars can be obtained at tha Goulburn Herald Steam Machine Printing Office. Clerks of Petty-sessions ARE respectfully informed that at the Herald Book Mart and Steam Machine Printing (tlice can be obtained. forms of summons and plaint in the Small Debts Court, publicans' recognizances, and other useful forms. 'IThose not in stock can be specially printed on the shortest notice. DAVID JONES AND CO. INVITE the nttention of families to their large and well assorted Stock of DOMESTIC LINENS, Ilavirg just opened several cases of BARNSLEY, CROYDON, and WIGAN SHEETINGS, real Witnev BLANKETS, Marsella and Terry QUILTS, COUNTERPANES, &c. TABLE LI ENS inevery width. DAMi\SIK CL...
VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860
VOLUNTEER 1lIFLE Cr LRPS. A rLtLnC-atclTtsN called by the Mayor, in com pliance with a requisition from a number of the re sidents in the town and district, was held at the Court-house on Thursday last at noon, for the pur pose of taking into consideration the propriety of forming a Volunteer Rifle Company. The meeting was not perhaps so numerous as might have been expected, but the earnestness and unanimity manifested in the proceedings proved that a lively interest had been awakened upon the subject which it was convened to discuss, and we have no doubt that a movement in every way so desirable nod commenced with such spirit will speedily lead to practical results. The MAYon having read the requisition in com pliance with which he had called the meeting, Mr. J. T. GAN?oN moved, and Mr. W. D.litvs seconded the motion, that the .Mayor take the chair. lIisworshipsaidthat all were aware of the object of the meeting, and it was a matter in which every one had a conceru; it was nothing ...