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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
Wanted, fIWO able 'MENi to SPLIT BILLET WOOD. S-A--pply; to.. MR. PHILLIPS, 4852 Landsdowne. - Wanted, A FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to' .Mrs. CARTWRIGHT, near the Wesleyan Par sonage, Goulburn. 4824 Wanted,. . A BLACKSMITH; one who can shoe. Apply to J. H. KING, Sloane-street. 1832 TO BOOT BOTTOMERS. Neither Carvers, Gilders, nor Painters Required. GOOD TRADESSIEN of the above description, will be paid Two Shillings and Sixpence per pair more than any other Master Tradesman in the district of Goulburn will give; and One Shilling pe: pair more for short light work, on application to J. ALEXANDER, 4810 Opposite the Royal Hotel, Goulburn. To Carpenters, &c. NO eligible Tenders for the Carpenters' anod Plumbers' work for Sutton Forest Church bav ing been received, fresh tenders are invited for the same, to be delivered to the undersigned on or before. SATURDAY, 11th February next. Plans and specifications to be seen on application F. J. PAYNE, 4841 Sutton Forest. Dancing Acad...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. YEur?nDAY the polling for tbe election bf an alder man, in place of Mr. Greig, took place at the town ball. Argyle Chambers. The poll was opened at ten o'clock, and things went on very quietly till the afternoon, when sdme excitement began to manifest itself, and bets were olfered freely that Mr. Sibley would be elected; nso far as we noticed, however, they were not taken. A coach and a gig were used by Mr. Mlarsden's sup porters to bring up voters. Iin the whole, however. the contest did not excite any considerable degree of interest, and it will be seen by the numbers polled that a great majority of the electors abstained from voting alltogether. It was known early that the state of the poll would be declared in the course of the afternoon, the mayor being of opinion that the clause of the Mutnlieislities Act requiring the declaration to take place o1 the tday following the voting applied only to cases where there was more than one returning...
COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
GOJi/MERCIAZL;. "HERAT,D." Office.' Friday evenig.. TRe weather has been favourable for harvesting,= and after all the gloomy anticipations' that were at' one time entertained, we are glad to find that the crops will be about the average. " Hay is now quoted at from £8 to £10 per ton. Mr. Benjamin renolts t he purchase of 30 cwt. of cheeset Davies, Alcxa'sder, and Co'; 'of, 32 bales of; wool; Messrs. Emanuel and Son, of 60 ouribes of gold from the Abercrombie; and Mr. Mlorks, of 219 ounces from the Tuena. . OOCLBUURS,• S oocn s.'d. ? : s.d.' Fine flour, per ton ......... 26 .0 .0 to 0" 0 -0 Seconds, ditto, ditto ....... 24 -0 -0 ' :?0 0b Wheat, perbushel .......... 0 9 0 0 0 0' 0,' Bran, ditto ................. . ' 0 1 6_ 0 -0 0 Oats, ditto ........ 0'5 0 '.0 5' :6. Barley, ditto .............. 0 4 0 0 0 : 0, Maize, ditto, new ......... 0: 6 0 0 6 & Has, per ton ..... .. 8 0 0 "'10 .0 Gi Potatoes, ditto ............. 8. 0 :0: 0:: 0. 0:?., Bacon, per lb., scarce ..... 0 0 :10...
ANNIVERSARY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
ANNIVERSARY RACES. TnEsE races came off on Tuesday last. The day was exceedingly fine, and the attendance good. The following is the sccount of the running: CAPTAIN COOK's PRase of 20 sovereigns, for all horses; weights for age; heats, twice round the course; three entrances or no race; entrance £1. rr. C. Thom's b. C. )an O'Cometll...(feharty) 2 1 wlk. ov. p. 3McAe ster's Ch. g. Bristcr ..................... 1 2 dr. - Baxter's g. g. Condence ..................... O 0 The first heat was well contested, Me Alister land ing Brist!er a winner by about half a neck. In the second heat Bristler went off with the lead, but at thelhalf mile post Dan made play, came up and passed him, was never headed after, and won easily. Bristlerbeing drawn, Dan O'Connell walked over for the third heat. - Tue NrTIvlr AUSTRALIAN STAKES Of tOn sove reigns, for all horses; weight for age; mile heats; entrance lOs.; three entrances or no race. Are. C. Thomas's ch. g. Charley Pork....... (elmerty) 1 6 1 P. McA...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
* r 1OARý hPONDJxN T. CO2teODRs Tn I' tisu bgIn tioed that etter Inetnded for ','publlrealon should betatldgtbl wrien. We cannot under- I "tke. to reduce their cumm.aieatlous to'a readable shape. Danoof the Weak. Mnh. (Su~~n rim- liBe rel. SlTURDAY ......... Jan028 ht1 71 1 J.IO aIAY ...... ..... . 278 So 7 4 7 .. ]T(1\DA .......:...... .' 30 623~ TU OSD A .....;....... .. . 3 7 3 71 8 SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1860.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
TBE. DEE-3ZVE3. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. SEMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the S.premisos lately occupied by them in Auburn etr.eto theirnew premises Opposite the Mlarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 Notice of Removal. M. DE BA RE, Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, ESLPECTFULLY begs to intimate that he L has NOW REMOVED fromliis late residence, Sloane-streat, to the premises ately occupied by Mr. William Fletchbrep NEXT DOOR TO THE 'HERALD' OFFICE, AUBURN-STRIEET, GOUL1BURN. 4431 CHARLES rOGERS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH pOLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RE-POLISHED.. 4592 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials.../ ,.' O RDEn S by poet, or otherwise, immediately at O tended to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, .:Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, '4291 . Goulburn. .: COOMA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has takenr ...
SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
SYDNEY. .? ROM OUR OWn OOntt REPONOIENT.) Thursday, 4 pm. POLITIM.E Two days have elapsed since the meeting of the Assembly- after its long recess, and already the bliistry have been pluced in such a position that thoy were expected to rewign. Mr Forster, with ;the classic lunacy of the doomerl-quem deus uolt pe?rdie, prius dem:nesatl -havin- nctually gone out of ,ia.:ts way to pick a quarrel with the Speaker. Iy ap -ypointtig arid removlng clerks in his dapartoent, :,ir Daniel brought the matter before the Assembly, who. after a long dolbat, decided that the Speaker wasright, Burit lthough the Ministr~,must therve f-'. fore bh'wraon, and everybody seeing, :ir,expected a resignation, In ouch national ro']- * halus yet oocurred. 1Mr. Martin hus ansothc, Kti. .motion set dowtn t','rTuesd1r, . ,,. the oo it :,j t *,: in teonded appuit.tmuct t +uof e r. Wi?!ds , t t Z d himself too much damage, saie months ago, to be readilv trusted again, thlough my own belief is that he will vet be fo...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
.Ta. question raised between the Speaker and the Colonial Secretary, is one that never could have occurred if the latter had been uided in his proceedings by the. rules of pru enco and forbearance. it seems that the weakness of mind which converted the -teapolitan fisherman into a madman as soon as he had climbed into the seat of power, is no novelty in the present generation. The most ordinary foresight .should have taught ADr. Forster that the course for him to pursue was one of moderation and conciliation; but mnst of tall he should have avoided a needless conflict with the trusted officer of the Assem bly-its elected chairman. 'The whole case lies in a nutshell. ,Ir. Tomnson having Aucceeded Mr. O'Connor as Clerk of the Assembly, Mr. l3ernavs, the next officer to Mr. T'ompson, would, accord inig to the ordinary routine of promotion, have succeeded that gentleman-and such was the desire of the Speaker. But, without in the least consilting Sir Daniel Cooper, the Go .vernment piece...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 January 1860
S Notice of Removal. 1. BALSON, CONFECTIONER, &e., has REMOVED next J door to his former place of business to larger and more convenient premises, lately occupied by Mrs..Me George, where he intends to carry on the business in oall its branches, wholesale nod retail, where every article will be made of the very best quality, and kept under glass shades free from dust and flies. Having secured the services of some first rate workmen, together with his own experience, whlich is not to be surpassed in the colony, J. B. is now in a position to supply public din ners, ball suppers, wedding breakfasts, &c., &c., to any extent, and in a very superior style, and the prices strictly moderate. bride cakes, custards, Jellies, &c., made to order on the shortest notice. Best Bread delivered in any putt of town. J. BALSON, Bread and Biscuit Baker, Cook, Pastrycook, and Confectioner, AUntis-sTiQEET tGooaintn , Near the Now Argyle Store. 4856 Dissolution of Partnersh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
The Original and Genuine Dr. Townsesnd'i Sarsaparilla. lHL great PURIFIPER OF THE BLOOD, a?i, 1 cure for' Scrofula rv~:ou disieases Erysipelas Ithbumtisini Dysppsi . " Bilious Fe ' ver . Liver cospal"int Gen'eal'debilit;i . .." Fever and Ague Coiehmptiof... Ringworm . Coughs asid Colds " &e., &c., &.c. oN SALE AT THE "HERALD" OFFICE. GOULBURN. Cough Pills. ON SALE, at the "HsnRArL" Ofice; lifUM .MERY'S COUGII PILLS, for the criire .0 Coughs, Colds, and all affections of a similar nature. " SIn boxes at Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. each; sent; per post; on receipt of 2L.. or :s. 3d. respectively in stamps; LEA AND PERRINS'. " CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,: anonouwciDr dT EX_ ~ Z~;R CT OP-4 eo?asorssaus " from a toDeAT' OnTO*EMAN st to be the Mlr? to hls brot her dt ONLY GOOD wocEsnRn. • ? ] May, 1851; . sanc , -' Tell Lea Se Perrlni tSAUCEot hlerSAi UOE i andappllmble to highly eseoenled in' O1E India, Tnd it, Ce my BVEY VARIETY opnonho mosatpala 'ir tble a well as ...
NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
NRHitio1lD! A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. S " . . . . 0. . . it. ...... INTODlUCTOtY. . 'OBviirH onre ago John lRaymond, bettor _Kni'own ia, " Old JTck," was coinfo'rtably nlocated ipimn a sini tfurin, having .1 fiiintage to atamill river, which rivuer in dry weather liecamen a soccos>ion of water-holei, hut in wet aensonc n brand, deep, rilelhing torrent. At the period when my story commeinced, Old Jack's family consisted of Mot.he' Jack, as sihe was thmiliarly called, fa son, Edward, twenty years of age, id a ihliuglhter lietweoen sixteen and soventieen. Mothir Jack, for so Wvo milat call her it we widh to pliase her, halid paissdil tie hetter |irt of iher lifei in the bish with her Old Licki, and haid become perfect in the nrt of dnnampnr and doghbhoy making and suitr lieer irewing, for to tlheir credit he it ohronicled, t.he old coupne never indulgeied in iny stroiger haverage, but shlinitiid, iiiid talught their chihlren to shun, thle deadly drna'ght. whi?il lihs oo mainy vntaries a...
PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
PA RLIAAENTAR ?Y. FnDAy--JA?voAnY 27. The Assembly met at htalt-past three o'clock. TH|E: ASSESSMENT ACT. Mr. PLUNKEr' asked the Colonial Secretary whether the rumour was true which had appeared, that a despatls f'romn the Secretary of State was re ceived ill June last, suspendihng tile Royal'assent to tha Assessment Act, and had been witlsheld from the knowledge of this House ? Mr. FoTnatuR said he was not prepared to answer the question, and would he glad to have it postponed till text day of meeting, Ict Iheo might maistaku some of thle tiets or date. Mr. hou tTrsoN hIoped Mr. Plunkltett would put his question ill writing in tile usual way. Mr. PLUs'sTr thou gave notice Oe his question for Tuesday. voTE OF CENSURE. Mr. MARTIN moved resolutions altrmitg--1. That tite salary of tioe I)istriute Cuurt Judges was fixed at £1000, oa the assumption tlhat such sutl was neces soury to secure the edieient performatce of the duties. 2 That the uppointments shlould be made with re ference on...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
It'OUNDItOB. AT CeOma, On the 17th dlhy of JanUary. from ernorerehl :-.One ta M Mtire, II~o PN or IK near ·doulder; demaege £9 te. ; hay hIre, lihe undeer 1.5 near ohouldgr; daegee tIee. It eno erteelt eed. eiet tt old e tthe hlle telbruery noet. -Chlrlee e\teera, Poundee eeper. '.. 1.1. At 'L'urelei. on thee 27lh ofeJeneury, erom Sutemrrtece, Terara . bh etr. t. t lueallte; ete rteeeee, S. -cd. der.ht.er :-Un grei CoiLt tlukt poinae tW nVeer ae.leteter, L7 und7er coddLe tIone grey fllty,tliete or e ovler el O ed un echr etrl l~e tdrr thy, hlteed tort htet, eeUr. O.t Ilerer·BheUeler, Ott Ulletr eCeIIUtet. it oet reeteeeIthefore th.2olt Fehebrure, iLtl Le culi.--r". t.l., leheeg eUUe ellee,ellh.
[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
[PER I..ECInTRIC T"tLEOGAPnt.J TUESDAY-J.ANCARY 31. The Assembly having met pursuant to adjourn ment, sone unimportant business having previously been transacted, the Speaker read an address, sttinog forth that. in compliance with the opinionis of his mtedical advisers, hIe now resigned his office. Mr. Jo.ES intimated that he should on \Vednesday, move that the address just read by Sir Daniel Cooper be placed on record, and tlnt the House do express their high sense of tlhe valuce of his services. On the motion of Mr. PUhn?rTZr seconded by MIr. 'PARiKcs, Mr. Terence A. M~lurray wras Olected spPalier, no other candlidate olthring. Tiell uuo oudjosrned till oiuvet o'clook the dasv followin., whten the now Speaher will be introduced to Llis Excelleney the Govcrnvr-(General.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
SGO VERININEN1' NOTICE& -. THE POUND, QUEA6NDEYAN.--Tho government have authorived the removal of the public pound, Quaanbeynn, from its present site, to allotment No. I of secttoli 30, iii High-street, in that town. TICKET-Oe LEAVE CANGELLED. - The tickltt-of leave ot Alexander Giboon, for Goulbusa, has been cancelled lor absence trom his district. T?NDEISt FOa. sRUNe will he received at th(e Crown Lands' oiliee, Sydney, up to noon on Muonday, 5th March ntext, tfor the unelcrmentioned forfeited runs:--Lachlan district-Tallybung, 3840 acres; Conapaira, 75 square miles; Scrubby Range, 75' square ltles; South Thononga block C, 30,01)0 acres; ILalooga, area not given. Murrumbidgeo district Bramina, 25,100) acres; Nottinghum Forest, 16,000 acres; Araloeg, 16,000 acres; Brindcbilla, 10,000 acres; Couoluuman, 16,000 acreso Agintoothbong 45,000 acres; GCielledary, 16,000.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET MATCH.—QUEANBEYAN v. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
L0CAL INTELLIGNVCE. CRICKET MATCH.-QUEBANBEYAN v. GOULBIUIN. Frors ousr Qucanberan Correponrldent.) Tilnlas inleresting match came off at Queanbhyan on Thursday, the 26th January, in the presence of a very large assemblage rf spectltors, who assembledl on the ground sbuut 12 e'clock. Tle night previus, owing s to e ilemeliuecy of the weathrr, no hoeps old b?e enteurtained of the murch coming oiff on Thursday; but to the agreeable disappointment ufa?l the morning broke Iforth with the most tfavnourable appearances. Bath parties seem to be i;:spired with fresh energy, and determined t o d thleir utimost to win the game. Thoe ground was not in such good order as it has been on formner occasions, whichl in a great measure accsunted for the unusual number of byes attached to tile score. Shortly after 11 o'clock the Goulhurnites appeared on the ground, unwlder the conmmmad of Captain Richards, and were received with a volley of cheers from their opponents, which they in turn duly as kIrnv...
COUNTRY NEWS. ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
C(U.A'TI.dY NEWVS. ABERCROMBIE. (From a Correeajodent.) Since my last epilstle we have lied oxces?ivecly heavy riint, and the river lihas been very high in con sequence, and clr three dlays was utterly uncross abte. Ticis has retarded the ncirjing oplrations of the celestials consideroly, as me"ey have had to leave, their clcinms being tloodcd oud . A fresh rush has taken place from Rocity Bridgo to Piesley's Flate; and in the short space oa one woelt our European arorokeepers are already located ill their oalico storecs, lat tle preseno contral point of rice and date ctnumptlice. ra'eraohos also been na new arrivalin thie shipe i, clalng cothed and long haired pig-ailhd Chinaman., ctith his' better half, a pleasin, rather i'ltnlltl to ice crra·ly, young lady from Limerielt, K:Ibrl.glhll, or omenowhere there abouts. The silttct hat, hooevr, become too common tfr much ornment. Tihe European stores are suffering from the oppo sition of Chicese storet, stocked from Bathurst and Sydney,...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
UL'OJLJffI' l UI.-i A. I Ulll I olhlerrlw ll? cxsc~, the wi,?. e qnluhtlhil llc lh' olre ol Ilo.? |U tltarnbcllo,,a brluuurl f1iC le Jdur'r alld lbe |]nrt |,u| chair; o r ? LUL~en 0.? deolr ?odun otgrr, mucb Ipu Lb. lrlmd lPrlc(,? 13AIrOOD.--PlnL Llour, per ton, .28; mI.lo. dlto .£20 ahrill, prr burhel. 81; t0 gJ. ; bran, ?a? Od.; oatnpm toB ; msite? le. to 7.. 1d.; Ley, £18 C li;-poletoeC , per ct. 4'.,t6..; elm,., Id. Ce IJ i bace,, Cod. to 1. 10. rl~o, beCd~lulr. t trs~d. 'bLOlo l:~ Y000-Whtat. ttt buttttt.7wtto Gtt O.;lb ooflo, pootoo, rMiG sadnw, ditt. f54; btn, pr bubhel, Od. to id.; mtde, ,o li toI SO13.; nltr. SL ed. tOt Od.; har. per Con.; to £ tOs.; oharey, i S-. to er ; xts o stta.d t d.;andoall dints, t. pe lb. ; [ •lhen, no ote; boenn. wnntrnd; ?nr, arredoton. 1. d.t. to hld. potrates , pnrfto., o s. idu. to 4,.; dried hidrt, eool,li. o,0G.;; ren ti dito, Od. to r10i ; w upd, t i. oao i bort, ept lb.. ltd. to 4d.: i . r1. tot, Di.; pork, 0d. to Ir:i ait lo ]at. b £n to ...
WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
WHEEO. (From olr otnr Corrrepondst.) THE VEATcTHEnR.-I)ring the last fortnight the weather has beesl very hot, and in fact some days have been oppressive. Extensive bush fires have also been raging ill the neighbourhood, whieh has destroyed a great deal of line grass. IlA.esr is now over. alnd the grain either housed or stacked; tile crop is below the average, but it has been got in in gool condition. A road has been opened Ilthrough Mr. Shepherd's paddockli. This wiil be a great conuvenience to parties travlliing to and fronm Burrowsa, Blnd's Plainis, the tncllein, &c.. but another roaed is required from Grabben Guilen, passing over Native D)ug Flat, the road lately opened not beinig eligible to those parties whoso properties are situated on and near the Lost River. Tuf AIrtrs. - This insect has again destroyed nearly all the vegentables in tlhe neighbourhood. A Sntlc:.--'l'Thesec reptiles have been very numer olns this season. On Sundaly last one of Mr. Christo's - daughtl...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 1 February 1860
TU G01ltitgSPONDENTS. -ona.ucn uI'T goad tear to m'no fall totton Intooded (or publlcalOn tIlould bn Intelltotlyt nritten, We anonot under take tlo t? rtu.e their commnlcaot0ons to a rnaldble slape. - CALENDAZ Doy. of ohs Weok. onjl nIsc. Ann art. 5tonis WttntnSu A Y.......... /Fob 1 04 ?7 I 0 'PHItRqD..Y ............ | '2 5 L? [S 1 o ] tRIDAY ............... 7 3 01 7 1 11 WELNESDAY, FEBRUAIRY I, 1860.