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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

Boy Wanted. APPLY at C. COLE'S, Conehmaker, Verner street. 6 202 To Master Printers. A TIIOROUGHLY competent COMPOSITOR is open for engagement. Ilas had many years' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in job-printing. Satisfactory references can be given. Apply to I. R. S., l hIrald' oflice, Godlbrn. To Newspaper Proprietors. S'ITUATION wanted, by a COMPETENT PIRESSMIAN. (Can be well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, C. B., ' Herald' office, Wanted. ONE or TWO men wanted immediately, to clear a few acres of ground. Apply to Mr. A. McoDONNELL, Argyle Inn. August 27th, 1860. 6232 Wanted, A YOUNG LADY as Resident Governess, oom potent to impart a sound English Education, with French, music, and fancy work. Testimonials required. Apply to Mrs. Riley, ' Herald' Oflico. 6238 Floods Relief Fund. T[lENDERS will be received at' my office, until eI leven o'clock on TUESDAY NEXT, from persons willing to contract for putting in thorough repair the boat...

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OPENING OF THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL AT WESLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

OPENING OFF THI WESLEYAN CHIAPEL AT WESLEY VALE. THE above place ofworship was formally opened for the celebration of public worship on Wednesday last. The weather which on Sunday and Monday was very fine, changed on the evening of the latter day, when rain fell. On Tuesday morning thie weather ap peared fine; but early in the afternoon it began to rain heavily, and it continued to do so throughout the rest of the day, and nearly all night. Tile roads in consequence were exceedingly bad, and the creeks rose consideralbly. This prevented the attendance of a great many persons who would otherwise have been present. Tile Rev. B. Chapman and three friends were tihe solo representatives of Goulburn who were in attendance, and they were about five hours exposed to the rain on Wednesday, on their way up. Theo assemblage was nevertheless very numerous; and to a stranger it was surprising to find such a large congregation in a place so distant from any township as Wesley Vale. HIowever on We...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. 3[esrs. 1. DlONoOS and Co. report:--SChock.-Tho eontllnu arsceof unsettled weather has hod tile effect of alholnst putting a astop to busiuess, stock behlg unablh to travel. Fat cattle are neuted, aod a drought of goold quality would realise u elL. Sheep aro also enquired for.-For horses there is no legitimate demnal adt present, beyonda ferntravellers waonttog-cheaphaek neys; buto wo ay aticipate that staunch draught horses will improrve materianlly in valoe os the soaso0 advances. hlaro our last we have sold d iuoChorseo, lt lorw £5 15s. to £12 0U. ; dray, £14. For some woroiug bullocks, ?nall aud in low con dltton, £7 per lhead aos offered and refused ; considering their codition, this was a top figuo, alld wo hear that thuy were subsequenrly sold for leoosr.--'rodutre, .c.-No Ohsugo to report, the late rols havhlg ritnderd all the aproahes toth toile owu nearrly Illpassable. On Tuesday w o solrd quantity of furil turu, So., which realised well. 3lsoors. F5L...

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CRICKET MATCH. GUNDAROO v. UNION (YASS) CLUB. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

CRICKET MATCH. GUNDAROO v. UNION (YASS) CLUB. (From a Correrpondent.) On Monday last was played here the return match between the rival clubs of Gundoroo and Yass, when the Gundarooites again came off.victirious. The match commenced by the Gundarooites taking the bats, and, after scoring fifty-two for their first innings, they made room for the Yassites, who now made their appearanco in the full hope that they would give their opponents a great teasing; but they little thought of the effective bowling they were to have; for they had to give up their first innings after scoring thirty-two, leaving the GOuoda rooites twenty a-head in their first innings. The Gundaroo boys now came in for their second innings, and after scoring the small number of forty-seven, they had to be off from their stumps and let the Yass men have their places, who now were deter mined to try and turn the scales. They had such a small score to make to win, and as some of them are good players, they were making ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

ItISC'ELLANEO US. SUFFocATION OF CrILDREsN.-On Satur day, at an inquest taken by Mr. Wakley on the body of an infant, in whose case a verdict was returned thatthe deceased wasaccidentally suffocated, the circumstances being that the infant, on the evening previous of its death, was placed in bed between its parents, Mr. Wakley observed that, from experience, he had found that in the winter months he held inquests upon above a hundred children, who were found dead under similar circumstances. 'The fact was, that in the winter months chlldren are covered over by the bed-clothes, the effect of.which was, that they inhaled their own breath, which was almost certain death; whereas, in the summer months, the bed-clothes are flung off the mouths of infants, whb are thus allowed to breathe freely. In the former case the various breaths poisoned the atmosphere, which did not take place in the latter case.-He had often made similar remarks, but which were not attended to. DEATII OF PETER PARL...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

CO*.atIERC1A L. 'HERALD' Office, Friday ovonlng. BStoE our lst tonort no altecration has taken place deImanding special notice. The transaetlons of the week htee been limited. Storekeeprs still compldaln of the unusual flatness of businesse, and peees have not undergone any change. Some pretty ex tensiro orders from the eountry ore to hand, but the eate of the roads is snuel tht they cannot at present be executed. The .utdect of a gold-field at BungnIea atit ollouple a good deal of attention, though the reports have not lately been very fIaourable. 3leesrs. Davles, Alextnder,e and Co. relort the purcohase of five ounces oftungonia gold, representiung tihe eekh's work of tour men.

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CONVICT CAPITALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

CONYVICT, CAPITALISTS. (From All the Year Round.) The lending delinquency of the present day, is the robbery ofjoint-stock companies by con fidentinl servants. From Walter Watts, to William George Pullinger, it shows every sign of a vigorous and progressive youth. It may have been cast a little in tlie shade by the frauds of certain merchants, private Sbankers, and bank directors'; by slich leviathari "self-helpers" as Strahan andt Paul, as Davidson and Gordon, as J. Windle Cole, John Sadleir, Htigh Cameron, and Iutnmphllrey B?rown of the Royal British Bank; as Colonel Waugh, and certain directors of the Liverpool Borough Bank, the Western Bank of Scot land,:and the Northumberland andt Durham District Bank (amongst whom there is up wards of two millions of sterling money to be accounted for); it may have been cast a little in the shade by such colossal monuments of fraud, but, for all that, it is well able to hold its own. The relations of master and servant impose many difficulties...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

GOULIURN PItIJES CURRENT. Wheat, 11ts to 12s. 3d. 1 bushel. Flour, no, £? ? ton; sconds, £11. rrad, 7d. to 0d. .rn, 2s. 6dl. i bushel. . - . Moalee, Ox. &d to 7E. bushel; wanted. Barlel, 5s. Od, to Os. bushel; wantd.L Oats, Oi Oid. to 75. $ bushel; scarce. Hl?y, £8 to £1011 ton. Buttcr fe?osh, Is. to Is. IdL * lb.; salt, 10d. Chue s, 5ý/1d. to Gl. 8 lb. Bacon, 7d.E Ib. B.Es, Is. ?.dozen. 'otatoes, £0 to £6 6I 3 ton ; plentiful. OFloot, 12. to 105. t cwht. Fat Cattle, £1 0to. to £7 7t. 1 headtl, acordnlg to lweight. Cakve, £1& 6. to £115s. " head. , lrcp, 10. to 1os. V head. Pigs, 4d. to 4ed. e lb. Tallow, £G0 to £10 ? ton, for good tamples. . Hiles, 4O. to Is. each. heepekhtnoe 4%?jL lo 6L 1 lb.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

ON Thursday, 30th ultimo, Mrs. It. E. BErAUMO?T, of a son. ,SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1860. Ownoo to the length of the reports of several mat ters- of "local "interest we are compelled to omit our leader.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE Ts removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next " door to the Aunatralian Store, Auburn-street, Goelbarn.. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and ' Cordial Manufacturers, PPOSITE THIE CATHOLIC CHAPEL / VrER·NER;STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 ETH3 GOVERONL'S &AR1iS, SYDNEY ROAD, Four Miles from. Goulburn; WILLIAM SIDWELL T3 EGS to announce that ha has now erected, at J great expense, a FIRST-RATE INN, at Towrang, on the Sydney Road, four miles from .Goulburn. . ?Yrpaatory to taking this step, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, Cordials, &c., &c., was selected personally by the advertiser in Sydney; and, as he is determined to allow nothing but the VBRY BEST LIQUO.RS to be 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 TABLE, as he feels assured that this is a matter of equal im portance wit...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH OF THE ARGYLE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

ALOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MAiTC OF TiHE ARGYLE AGRICULTUItAL AND 1IO1TIf CULTURAL SOCIETY. TIns interesting event crime off on Wednesdray last. Unfortunately for the anilir, the weathler itpon the ;occasion was not so favourable as was to have been .desired; In the afternoon of the preceding day, a siteady rain hasd set in, and continuing throughout the greater part of the night, the morning of the mnatchcaume in gloomy, raw, ind showery. As the 'hour approached,' however, symptoms of steady .weather showed now and then is occasional glimpses of sunshilio from between the breauiug clouds, tis theoydrifted away like fragments of mist before a fine bracing breeze ; and it continued throughout the dav'a continulnt compromise between fair and foul;' The spot selected for the match was the ground on which it took place last year-a paddock behind Bradley's' mill, about a mile from the town. ship, andnlong before the hour a considerable nust - ber of spectators were oi thie g...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 September 1860

S'YDNEY. FPROM OUR OWN CORRESIPONDENT.) Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. The Premier has returned from his country expe dlition. I regret to hear a rumour of Mr Cowper's probable resignation; but. while repeating this for what it is worth, must distinctly state that I know not the slightest authentic foundation for it, except ing the certainty that the Cabinet does not pull well together. Come what will, there must be a dis solution soon; though it is hard to see how tile sup plies for 1861 can be had in time under the circum stances. I fancy that the Government will meet Parliament and go on until a defeat is sustained on some point, then ask for a short vote of credit, and dissolve. Mr. Arnold met with an accident, on leav ing his residence at theo Paterson for Maitland. en oute to Sydney. The wheel of his gig struck against a stump, and he was thrown out on his back. Although said not to be seriously injured, the acci. dent rendered it necessary for him tobe removed to his residence,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

To Families and Hotel-keepers Fur nishing. BLANKETS, common, medium, and super-supers Counterpanes :and Quilts, white and all light washning colors. Extra quality Wigan Sheetings. D)amask Table Linens, of Scotch, Irish, and Barnsley mannulfactures Diamask Morecns, all worsted or unions Carpets, of Kidderminster, Brussels and Dutch; witb handstome Henrthbrgs to match Kidderminster Squares, orererd direct from England expressly for this market; various sizes, and without seamsn Linen Huckabacks, torclllings, glass cloths, table napkins, &e. Superior Long-clotbs, shirtings, India twills, and stout calicoes IHandsome Windsor muslins, for long or short curtains. The above are now opened amongst a large lot of SPItiNG DRAPERY, Gentlemenrr's Clothing, assorted Boots, Shoes, &c., and marked off with the view of making large and quick sales, . E. BUTLER, Market-square, Goulburn. 6159 C. ALBRECHT, HAIRDRESSER, &c. OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HOTEL, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 5749...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

M.ISCELLANEO US. SYRIA.-MASSACRE OFP OlInSTIANa AT SreoN.-Beyrout, June 7. On.the evening of Saturday, the 2nd instant, letters from Sidon (about ten hours' journey by land and three hours' by sea from Beyrout) reached Mr. Moore, the English consul-general, saying that a number of Christians, who had fled to that town for refnga fiom the southern parts of Mount Lebanon, had been killed in cold blood by the Moslems and Druso popu lation of the place. Coming as it did from an authentic source, and the arrival of a Russian frigate making Beyrout comparatively safe from any emeute, our consul-general at once despatched her Majesty's steamer Firefly, Captain Mansel (a small vessel, here on sur veying duty), down the coast. On his arrival at Sidon, the captain found the tale but too true. No less than 200 poor creatures, men, women, and children, including several Maronito monks, nuns, and priests-who on the burning and sacking of their own villages on Lebanon had fled to Sidon for refuge...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

SYDNEY. [PER ELE RIO TELEGRAII.L Tuesday night. The ship British Merchant was burned in the harbour, between two and three o'clock on Sunday morning. She has been totally destroyed, and her remnains are now sunk in Neutral Bay. Nothing is known of the cause of the casualty. The following are the weights for the JockCey Club Ilundicap:--Zoe 9st. 31bs.; Wildrake Ost. e101b.; Flying Buck 7st. ibs. Gratis, having changed hands bhs been drawn. Camden was offered for sale on Mondny, and a bid of 425 was made; but he was withdrawn. The reserve it is said was £600.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

To Master Printers. A TIIORO1TGHELY competent COMIPOSITOR is open for engagement.. lnas had many years' experience, both as a newspaper hand and in job-printing. Satisfictory references can be given. Apply to R. Rt. S., ' Herald' oilice, Gonlburn. To Newspaper Proprietors. SITUATI'ON wanted, by a COMPETENT PRIESSM AN. Can ba well recommended from his present place, and is not afraid of work. Address, . B1., ' Herald' olenice. Wanted. NE or TWO men wanted immediately, to clear a few acres of ground. Apply to Mr. A. IMcDONNELL, Argyle Inn. Augnst 27th, 1860. .6232 Wanted, A YOUNG LADY as lResident Governess, com petent to impart a sound English Education, with French, music, and fancy work. Testimonials required. Apply to Mrs. Riley, * Horald' Office. 6238 Wanted, AN EFFICIENT STALLION GROOM for the Sensuing season; to a person competent and of sober habits, liberal wages will be given. Apply to Mr. P. BEST, Albert Vale, Gunning. 0151 Albury. W?bTANTED, at Albury, an agent for thlIs 1...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

LOCAL AND PIROVINCAL. ]'ot.TicaL.-In Sydney sliffercnces of opinion, said to exist amnbng the members of the ministry, become more and moro the topic of conversation in political circles. It is said that MIr. RIobertson is in favor of a dlissolution, and that it is likely that he and Mr. Cowper will disagree on this point. It would be a matter of regret if the differences thus said to exist should lead to a rupture; nttd it would scarcely ap pear that there is a reasonable clhance of carrying such measures as the bill for re-modelling the Upper Ilouse, anti the land bill in the Assembly as at present constituted. Still the attempt should be made, and it is to habe presumed willbe made. On the question of the Upper llouso there is probably less liktelihood of disagreeument in the Assembly thnt on tlhe land bill; and it woutld be advisable to bring in the forner mIneasure first. POtCE irEPOnT.-On Saturday last, before the Police-Magistrate and the Mayor.-Dennis Kenny, ebarged with bei...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

COMMEICAAL. Unless otherwiso expressed the priem quoted tn tids articlo oro 'thos o trnsactione borewen the produeer and tile ost pur Ochaer ;not as between one dhltr and another, tuch tos tho srotomp prcesod i 'ototd?o.-Salt porli, per lb., retail, Is.; baon, .s. 3d.; Stoalol echoees, Is.; by Jtesll ditto, Is. qd. to 2s.; tolIdr,(pt 2UO tlbo, £f ; treol buotttr, t. Od. s altdt tto, 2 . Od.; oats, potrbuo hel, 880 10; ooa, to 7 .to8.;hy, per lon, ta; potrtoesv, p cot., 1s. to4l; rie, £2 q 2.; ight drougtt Iorse, l£1 to .20;U heasy ditto, b 5 to £40; good uosceul lack, r Io5 to 2 ;l nferior, ditto, £10 to £14; ooroobng dulotltd, £7 ato 10. lltaoold.--Ouhh ftlouroetsr ton, 40 to £42; otito dittllo, pot qloted; heat, pe bulo. 14t.o tos . lid.; b Cn, 2s. Od.; ooestrls. to 12e. i y, .11 to £ho per tot;plotutos, ptrouh t. 128.0to?o.; irsl bulreo ' per Ib, is. 4d . to Is. od.; alt bulteor ot Ib. ,s 4d. tho i,. d.; eresold, to ed.; bton,lUd. tdo s, Id,' h ?oowy.--ing wtlour, per too, £21; s...

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THE CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

TIIE CIIAMPION RACI. Tlo great chalmpion race took place on the Rand wick courcse on SRatulrday. The number of persons assembled wasu very great, and thie utmost excitemoent prevailed. Thle lloweing is per clectric telegraph: laur 1I~m.,-.ThLo Sprinig Sl(oopotakes of S sovereigns each, with 75 sovereigns added, for all horses, M.P.C., it miles; weighit for age; winnersat starting of 50 soverelgs 3 lbs. extra, 75 sovereigns 5 lbs. extra; second liorse to receive 15 sovereigns from the prize. Entrance, £3 15s. Str. 7. Coeoreels.o. F iing oee, 4 yes.................... 1 - 5. Slngle's c. g.tsn le'|olt, oaged......... 2......... - W I. R. Blackman'a h. g. True Bloe.................. Scrcoen, Rac.-TIhe Second Austlralian Champion Stakes, of 100 sovereigns each, hIalf forfeit, with 500 sovereigns added; the second horse to receive 200 sovereigns out of the stanles, if three start, or save his stake if only two start, the third hIorse to receive 1io sovereigns; three miles; Noew South Wale...

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OUR DEFENSIVE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 September 1860

OUR DEFENSIVE FORC. K.; (i'ro the Globe, Jusc 23.). IT appears that the .total number.ot' persons .available' to take. up. nrms at the present. noment in the United Kingdoni is 8o3,050.1 N'o;'tho points of interest are to iriqUiie how manye of these exist upon ipaper oilyid how mnany could really be brosuht into the 1fiel ; ivhlat number are thosoiugliy~'ellcient soldier?s traine'd and fit forl aby sorvwce; :and ivha't pro ;portion in'such a smte that,' uhdei* ?pessure , a short period would suffice to mls themon: :effective for our purpose. As:regards the reality of the 323,000, with the oxbueptioh 'of the voiuniteris, whose gxact stength i.e only ucomputed .approximnately, they are all in ox s:tence in flesh and blood, for the return is not :d the'" establishments," shich lis often only splendidly. illusoiy, but of effectives. 'The total is compised of 68,000 men belonging to regiments of the regular army, 88,000 to 'depots of line,' 16,000 embodied militia, ,02,000 disembodied mi...

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