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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

N1APLES.' -After the promise of concessions given on the~5tli:Juue' by the Neapolithn government, the revolitionary committee of Naples issued a violent placard warning the citizens of .the nare laid for thlioe by. tlie Bounrbons.' Thlie unider-current of-popular feeling manifested at the samne timle maiiy:. uneasy symptoms. A letter of June 30; received by the ' 'Times' fromn fit iores pondeht at Naples, furnishes some ol etils with regard to the apathy with which the promises of reform were received, the disorganisation of the police, the attack on the French ambassador, and some other points : " Confusion exists everywhere, but one fact is evident and undeniable, and that is the immense relief which every one has derived from the extinction of the power of the police. The frightful incubus has at length been thrown off, and men breathe more freely and speak audibly. From Ponza, Capri, anii Santa Maria Apparente, the Vicaria, and God knows how many other places, sufferers for thou...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. Tau following is gleaned from the papers received by tholebar: LORD PALMERSTON'S SPEECH ON TIHE NATIONAL DEFENCES. Ton House having resolved itself [July 23,] into a committee on fortifications and works, Lord Palmerston rose to propose a resolu tion, the object of which was to carry into effect the recommendations of the royal com mission, with a view to secure our dockyards and other vulnerable points. He observed that, after the conclusion of the great war, in which our supremncy at sea had been estab lished, a long continuance of peace was calcu lated. upon, and the government thought it unniecessary to call upon the country to secure our dockyards against the distantcontingency -of-a war, anrid as long 'as our fleet depended upon the wind and weather alone we did right to re-t upon, the strength we possessed. Gradually, however, stealn became the moving pn?ser, whicli altered'the character of naval warfare and impaired the advantages of our insular positi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURKEY. MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS IN SYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

TURKEY. MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS IN SePRIA. Since the publication of our last the Eastern question has become one of the foremost topics of the day. The disturbances in Syria have assumed enormous proportions. In the first place, we learned that the town of Zahli, the last refuge of the Christians, had been attacked by the Druses, and a thousand of the Christian inhabitants had been murdered; while other acts of incendiarism, pillage, and murder had also been perpetrated in the anti Lehanon. Next, we were informed lhat on the 9th of July the city of Damacus was at tacked by the Druses, and 500 Christians massacred. The consulates, with the excep tion of the English, were burnt down, the Tur.ish authorities having shown themselves unable or unwilling to put a stop to the massacres. After this, intervention was openly spoken of. France, England, and Russia, each took steps for the protection of the Christians by sending a- naval squadron to the coast of Syria. The Porte, too, gave full ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

SPAIN. In conformity with the counsels of their legal advisers, the Count de Montemolin and Don Fernando have cancelled the renuncia tion of their pretensions to the throne of Spain, which was signed by ahem at Tortosa. The Emperor of Morocco has placed one instalment of the indemnity at the disposal of Spain.

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

TUENA. (From our men Correspeondent.) DIGGING.--Since my last, arrivals, and departures, have been very numerous, confined principally to the Mongolians. who it appears have been terrified by accounts of mortality, and snlfering from cold among their brethern at and in tile vicinity of the Snowy. Erectinmg and sttiing tents have coase quently varied the monotony of our township during the last five days, and although a few of our pig tailed friends have located, many have gone in the direction of tile Ahbercmrorbie, others plroceeding towards Lambing Flat, this last named goldfield, engrossing general attentiton here at the presente tine, a number of our t. wnspeople having either left or preparing to leave for that place. There is an aphorism that "new brooms sweep clean," and pro hably the besom about to be applied by some ol our old residents in "cleaning up" at Lambing Flat may accomplish its object, when no doubt the "old broom" will again sweep the "corners" and "crevices" at ...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Home News.) The report of the committee appointed by the House of Commons to report on the subject of the alleged violation of the rights of the Commons by the Lords in the matter of the paper duties, was soon afterwards presented. It was strictly confined to a dry technical statement of all the cases that bore, directly or indirectly, upon the recent vote of the Lords, and of some that had no bearing upon it whatever. It traced under several heads the usages. that have prevailed between tihe two Housoe it respect to money bills upon which differences have arisen; but the only part which really touched the present question, consisted offa few precedents which, as far as they went, showed, beyond controversy, that the Lords had previously, on sundry occasions. exercised without resistance or protest on the part of the Commons (with a single exception). the right of rejecting measures imposing or repealing taxes; and that the course they took on the su...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

QUEANBEYAN. CFroni our own Correspondent.) TIte PnEss.-On Saturday, forenoon, the 15th instant, the first number of the 'Golden Age' was issued in Queanbeyan gratis. THE NEw CHoCIIn.-This edifice, though not completed, will be ready for divine service in three weeks. It is expected that many friends from Goul. burn will be present on the occasion. There has been an amount of zealous ability and untiring labour on the part of the minister, the Rev. A. D. ?oares, in raising this beautiful structure which the public are not aware of, and it is to be hoped that what has been done will be duly appreciated by them in filling the church at an early hour, and also help. ing to lighten tie heavy debt which is at present due on the building. THE WEVATERsn.-On Monday, the 10th instant there was a very heavy thunder-storm, which lasted for several hours. Rlin fell the entire day, which was unusually dark and cold. On Wednesday, tihe weather set in fine, and up to date wears the aspect of summer...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

COIIliRSP1 OaND ENOB. KIANDRA. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) Si ,-Through your kindness and courtesy in insert ing my former letters, I presume again to address a few lines to your valuable journal, which is now, I am mast happy to say, more highly esteemed and more eagerly sought after by the mining poi ulation than any other. A brief sketch of Kiandra will, I hope, be accept able to your numerous readers. On the 6th of Feb. roary loast, what a view met the traveller's enraptured gaze as he descended the hills which bound the new rush on the north-one of the most splendid land seapes imaginable. In days previous, nothing cheered the desponding traveller's hopes as he toiled overboundless swamps. the very picture of desola tion, and his spirits fell far below zero at the sight of one or more hungry and hard up gangs of dis appointed diggers, endeavourinog to get back, God only knows how, either to Sydney or the settled districts. But in one instant, what a change comes ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

Wanted, fi EAMS FOR MARENGO. -B. BENJAMIN, 6352 Old Argyle Store. Wanted, FEW GOOD FOWLS; black, Spanish, or Dorking preferred. Apply to Mr. HAW KINS, at the Goulburn School. 6346 Notice. .NNY person found trespassing on the Chatshury A Estate, or running off stock without permission will be prosecuted cecording to law. Any information may be obtained about stock byapplying at Chatshury Farm. 6348 THEATRE COHEN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. *'IIRAN AND IASKE12'S flRAMATIC. MIUSICAL, AND NIGGER - ENTERITAINMENTS. ý'New Pieces, New Songs, Dances, &e., &tc., &e. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, September 21st and 22nd, 1860.--Soo Bills. 6353 TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT CHATSBURY, NEAR GOULBURN, TIHE VERY'FIE CART BTALLION, .....TOM- LINDOR. HIS horse is a dark brown, e very quiet and good in bar ness, stands 16 hands. Terms, £2 each Mare. Good paddocks, and well watered. G. LETHBRIDGE, 6350 Chatsbury. Horses and Cattle, A RE taken in to run on terms of agistment. Horses are cha...

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TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND ATTENDING ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

TO THE MEMBERS OF F:''HE CIHRCH OF ENGLAND ATTENDING. ST. SAVIOUIJId CHIURICH, GOULBURLN. (Per favour of the Goulburn Herald.) OBNTEUM?U -I--l aai unwilling -to introduce, your local chulii matters into your local press, but hav ing heaird, through a friend of mine in your town, of the proceedings that have taken place at the various meetings of your committee chosen to decide upon the plan. for the proposed cathedral, I take the liberty of addressing you on one point. It is this. A'premiutm of £50 was announced for the best plan. By "the best," I presume, was meant the one, whichever it might be, which should be chosen by a committee appointed by you, to act in the matter. At their meeting there was a maojority in favour of a certain plan, the author of which is, I consider, legalll entitled to the premium. Were I he, I should pro bably take steps torecover it, as I hear another plan has since been chosen, and that too is now set aside. At your next meeting I would suggest that pro...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

Lunlees otherniso expressed, the prices quoted In this article are thooe in transaetlon between tile producer and the fire pur chaer; not as betweren one dealer and another, much less the retail prices.l Ylat.-W-eoat, per buyadl, a e. flne flour, per ton,. w 35 to £30; seconds, ditto, £12 to £33; bran, per bushel, Is. Gd.; maize, 5s. t Os; oats,. se. to s.; hay, per ton, £to£ to e 1.; bhrley, 4s. to 5s ; treih butter, Is ld.; ralt ditto, Is. to Is. d. per Ohs.; eheese, 7. per lb.; aeon, 7d. to Bd. per th.; raeg, per dorze, l poltatoes, per ac., Os. to 7a; dried htldre, eact, (e. to 7l . Gd. Qoasrna?e.--Wheat, per bushel, 1ae.; flour, fine, per ton, 5et; seeande,£43; breade al. to 10d.: bhat, per bushel, Is. oi. to sa.; maize, Os., scarce; harley, none; oats, perbulhel ls. id. ; htay, per ton, £; hutter, per I'o., Is. Oid.; cheass, 08. to 1Od.; bacon 0d.; eagg. perdozen, l. Od. Ito t. I ; potacto', per ton, £a to L£; fat cattle, paer Icad, Li toe. to £7 lao.; sheep, els. to bOs.; pig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

'HERALD' STEAM MACHINE PRINTING-OFFICE. 'l1HE IROI'RIETOIR of the ' GOULBURN I HERALD,' in acknowledging the very liberal support accorded to that journal, begs to intimate that the circulation of the paper having long since reached a point at which the antiquated system of printing by the hand-press became tedious and almost inelf:ctual, it was found necessary to bring into use A PRINTING MACHINE, and with tile view of still further facilitating opera tions, it'was also deemed advisable that A STEAM ENGINE should be added. Accordingly, some months since, an order was sent to one of the most eminent Iondon firmi' for the necessary machinery, which has' now arrived, and has just been erected under the uper uitendence of Mr. Evans Taylor. The necessity of this improvement was felt, even in the tilie of the farmer proprietor, but the side of the premises then occupied as a printing-office rendered its introduction impossible. The recent removal has allowed of the erection of new buildi...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

'OUNI'VTIY INE WS. BOMIALA. (From our omn Corresondent.) DISrnCTr Courr.-Mr. Justice Cary has dis pensed justice in twenty-seven cases at the last sittings. None of the cases sere beyond the ordinary kind, and the decisions given and remarks made by his Honor have inspired great confidence and given general satisfaction. CoMMmR-caAL.-Trade is getting very brisk from the demands made for the gold-fields; flour is very plentiful in the townhlip, anid is selling at £40 per ton for fine. - GolD News -Greatnumbers are passing through from the Delegate and Blendock for ICiundra, and it is doubtful if they will hetter their luck. Mr. Hlgarth purclhased, during the week, upwards of 1oo10 ounces of Delegate geld. The Melbourne government intend surveying the harbour of Genoa, lying to the southward of Cape Howe; and also the track up to the lBendock dig. dings, in their territory. Should the road aond harbour be madle practicable, it will be the shonrteat route from Melbourne and Adelaide to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

B1IRTII. ON the n0th instant, t her residence, F?xlow, no n Queanbeynn, Mrs. J. W. 11OBKlIO, of a 80n. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, .186o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

SKItNNER. & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inr, 'LIVERPOOL ROAD, "EGS to inform his friends. and the public goner D ally,:thath'l has taken the adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contigulou to the townu'olGoulburn, and on The direct Road to. the Snowy River .Diggings, as well as to Braidwood, Bungendore, Queenbeyant Gundarob, Cooma, &c.,.&c. The house is replete with every convenience,, and theo greatest care and attention will be paidlto the requirements of travellers. There is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where 'people can graze their stock .Free of Charge. ,THE WINES AND SPIRITS, for Quality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the ibed-rooms as comfortable as can be wished, "and THE STABLING will be under the care of an aticnrtive groom, and superintended by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling : Corn:and hay in any quantity (no s...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

,SYDVNEY. -4- (From the oietrojplloan papers.) TIIE tiger, Big Ben, long txhibited in this city, and so great a n uisance to thoi-ceighbourhood where he had been put up, died on Thulrsday, at Watson's Bay, from having swallowed a buone. 1e was nine feet in length. A resolution condemnatory of Captain M'Lerie 'for conduct ounbecoming his position and inconsistent wish his duty as a pulic olfficer," in having treated the oev. Mr Miansfield with discourtesy in his ofticial cuaincity as chairman of the municipality of Balmain, has been passed by that body. Mr. Mansfield had written to Captain Mt'Lerle to name a "time for an interview on the subjecot of police, to which o verbal answer, " to-morrow between teal and twelve o'alock," was returned. Not deeming this a becoming reply, Mr. Mtantslield wrote agnin, when the elhiefclerk of tihe p',lice departmoent Wrote to say that Captain M'Lorio attended dlatly in his office from ten to five o'cleck. A preliminary meeting to take steps for Iho...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

A?orit>ct glimpse at the gloomy horizon of Earolpe! A few more utterances of ,press and Parliament, still dark and dnhious as the oracles of double-denling Delphi! British defences, rille reviews, imperial conferences, Syrian massacres, and Neapolitan troubles, .form a mnas of intelligence, amid whose variety, complexity, and interest we are almost bewildered. We have as yet no clue to the mysterious drama which seems to be in preparation ; whether it is to be pence or-war no one can say; every nation seems to be in arms or arming, and princes disturbed or dis mayved, appear to be flying for advice to each other. Amidst all this tumult and fear it' is satisfHctory to observe that the canse of Italian liberation goes on prosperously towards its final triumph, and the tyrant of Nanlles is preparing to join the gang of royal vagrants that now wonder over Europe, discrowned, disgraced, and detested. Should the revolutionary spirit continue to manifest itself with such energy and succ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 September 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE REPOnT.-On Monday, before the police magistrate and the inayor, Francis Lee and John Macdonald were each fined five shillings for drun kenness.-Charles Foley, charged with robbery, and :Mary. Monks,, charged with receiving stolen pro. perty, were remanded till Tuesday -David HIaywood was charged with using threatening language; de fendant did not appear, and was fined £2 with 3s. 6d. easts;' and in default of immediate payment. to two months' imprisoment in Goulburn gaol.-On Tues day, Mary Monks was discharged, there being no evidence to connect her with the robbery of Mrs. Shelley.-Charles Foley was then charged with the robbery, and constable Puget, the first witness called in the case, deposed, that in consequence of informa tion received on the 4th instant he had been in search of the prisoner; on the 7th heard of him, and on the morning of the 8th found him at O'Brien's public house at Luggan; he was in bed and uasleen; put the 'handcuffs on himt, a...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

COCONIAL EXTRAC CS. ------+ LEr.-IIANDED.-Tlho ingenuity of some men-especially lawyers-is beyond all cal culation. And though this trait, so valuable to these o limbs " is called into frequent exer cise in their quiet chamebers, it is mainly dis played to advantage when pleading in courts of law. HlIer it is that by some purposely resolved point of evidence, which is intended to burst like a flood of light on judge, jury, and full court, our greatest pleaders have some times made a fortune at one stroke. Evidence which has taken hours to collect-which has often by the learned friend on the other side, almostfixed the case beyond a doubt--which has satisfied the judge, and caused the jury to "make up their minds "-is all at once, at the last moment, broken in upon, by the bright ingenuity of the shrewd and sagacious advocate for the prisoner, and the whole case breaks immediately down, "and like the base less fabric of a vision, leaves not a wreck behind." A case of this kind (nearl...

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

J. BARBER AND CO., WHOLESALE CORDIAL AND DOUBLE AERATED WATER MANUFACTURERS, Opposite the HRospital, Clifford and Sloane-streets, Goulburn. 6134 W, FLETCHER, TINWARE MANUFACTURER, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN, B EGS to inform the public that, to meet the times, he has made a GREAT RE.DUCTION in the price of TINIVARE, both wholesale and retail. A large assortment of all sorts of goods in the above line, and.in every description of ironmongery, always on hand. to Country orders punctually attended to, ands goods carefully packed. 6059: Ironmongery and Tinware Establishment.: r~HE undersigned begs to intimate that, in conp L sequence of inferior goods having been hawked: about for sale, and it being stated that they were of his manufacture, in future all work turned out from his establishmient will be stamped with'his name. W. FLETCHER. Goulburn, 3rd August, 1860. - 5860 Confectionery. ST(IREKEEPERS and Coiutry Dealers requiring. the above, can be supplied with every variety of Genuine Conf...

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