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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

lIS?ELLANE? US. MIn SPURnOON AND TILI NOBILITY.--At Abercairn. on Wednesday last, NIr. Spurgeon preached in a field to at least 20,000 people. Among those present wore the Lord-Lieu tenant of ,Monmouthshire, and Mrs. Leigh; Lord Tredegar, Lady Tredegar, and family; Lord Llanover, Lady Llanover, and family, and a large number of the leading gentry of the county. Previous to commencing wor ship it was represented to the preacher that it would be advisable for the large concourse of people to move aside, to enable the several carriages-and-four to approach nearer the platform, upon which he replied that he did not come there to preach to horses, but to men;, four horses and a carriage would occupy the ground of fifty people, and there fore the horses and carriages must remain where they were. After the service the Lord Lieutenant sent for Mr. Spurgeon and invited him to visit Pontypool, but Mr. Spurgeon replied that he was sorry he could not com ply with his lordship's wish, as he had ...

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SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Monday afternoon. POLITICAL. TstREn is but little to say under this head. In view of the approaching dissolution, some of the pressnt members of the Assembly have been re-courting their constituentls. Darvall and Piddington have blazed at the Hawkesbury; Alexander Campbell sparkles at the Williams; and Garrett addresses the be-swamped of Wollongong. To-morrow week the Parliament will re-assemble, and such a number of" motions" as we may expect has not been often witnessed. Never either did a greater number of sections, and would-be leaders, make their appearance, as will now take their pluces ' on the floor.' The only hope is in dissolution, and that speedily; and if the constituenscies do not thio time make a proper use of their privileges, and re turn a sweeping majority of good men and true reformers, I tor one shall give them up, and be ready to join in an humble petition for the repeal of the Constitution Act, and the reinstatement of Deas ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

CORRE, SP ONVDENVCE. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald.) 'Si?n-A report has reached me to the effect that you are allowing a discount on government advoer tisements of 75 per cent, and as I believe such a rumour must detract from the value of your journal, I deem it my duty at once to contra dict the assertion. Up to the time of mak ing my last remittance to you (August 27), I have allowed no discount on Government accounts, and my present arrangement with the Finance Minister is an allowance of 25 per cent. If this statement is not sufficient, I will send you all'the correspondence which has passed between myself and the various departments on the subject. You will be good enough to publish this letter, as I think the best possible steps should be taken to re move at once so erroneous an impression. I am, Sir, yours faithfully, ARTIIUR CUBITT, Sydney agent to the ' Goulbura Herald.' Sydney September, 18th 1860. [The above will be a sufficient reply to the report alluded to. It ...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

LACUILAN DISTRICT. (From our owvn Correspondent.) WTATIIEn.-Never was there witnessed in this district, not even by the oldest residents, such heavy rail as fell from the 29th ultimo to the 10th instant. From the 3rd to the 7th instant it rained almost incessantly. At this moment (8 p.m. of the 11th) there is very heavy thunder and lightning. Thun der was heard about 7 o'clock p.m., at W.N.W., but grow louder and louder from that point to S.S.E. About 8 30 p.m., three of the heaviest claps of thunderi I have ever heard followed in rapid suc cession. The sound was just similar to a large quantity of slates falling from an elevation on to some solid substance, as stone or iron. So near did it seem, that I imagined it just over our dwelling. The lightning continued during the above time, from W.N.W. to S.S.E. From the point I beheld the lightning to the extremities of the limits, as it ap peared to me, it formed at intervals, at furthest of three minutes, a series of arcs of a circle. ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. CHURCH OF ENGLAND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

LOCAL ANYD "PROVICIGA-L. CHURCH OF ENGLAND PUBLIC .MEETING. Os Thursday last. a general meeting of the members of the Church of England was held at the school room, to consider what steps should be taken towards the erection of a new church. The Rev. W. Sowsean" having taken the chair, said that the present meeting had been called in consequence of the resignation of the committee oppointed to carry out the resolutions of a previous general meeting. The committee had advertised for designs for the proposed building, offering at the same time a premium of £50 for the one that should be approved of. A number of designs bhad been sent in, and a sub-committee had made a selection of two from the number. The choice of the sub-committee, however, had been set aside; and, after three meet ings, there being no prospect of the committee arriving at a decision, they had formally tendered their resignation. Having called upon The Rev. R. LEIGt, one of the secretaries, that gentleman read the m...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

GOUL]IURI N PRICES CURL ENT. Itheat, 10. to lls. Sd. .l bushol. Flour. flne, £35 05 ton ; seconds, £33. lrcadl, 7d. to 8d. 1ran, , s. Gd. l bashelL Stlets Os. 4d to T7. 1' bushel; wanted. arlely, 5s. Gd. to Os. 1 ttusshe[; wanttld. - , Oats, Os. Sd. to 7s. 1 bushel ; ecarc. hall, £ to £9 5t ton. D futtr, Irosh, s. to ts. 3d. ltb.; salt, old.; p?tentlufu llhcsrc, noue offerinog. Blacon, 7d. . l0b. .dj5g, ls. S dozen. .ota'tocs, £5lOs. to £106 ton. Onios, 1:8. to 16t. 5 cwt. Fot Cattle, £3 10s. to £7 7s. 3 hoad, aeording toweroight. Caloo, £1 5s. to £1 15s. Co.tL Sheep, ios. to 16s. W head. Plgs, ld. to 4yd. 1 1b. 'TPallow, £40 to £050 $ too, for good sanmples. Ihidr, 4s. to 5s. each. Shcrrsishin. 5d. to 0£L 1 tb.

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COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

CGOUJITRY NE IYS. BERRItMA. (RPto a Coeeer?letulnl.) A MsteTIN, adjourned from the 8th instant, was this day convened at the Court-house for the avowed purpose of affording Mr. Oxley an oppor tunity of giving an account of his stewardship. The honourable member, having made an effort to justify his proceedings in the Assembly, denouncced the present government, individually and collectively, as dishonest, paid a high compliment to Mr. Forster and the conservative party, and hinted most clearly that the dismissal of Mr. Liardet had been brought about by his (Mr. Oxley's) unvarying and consistent opposition to the present government, but expressed his extreme satisfaction that this occurrence had left him more at liberty to. pursue a course of opposition to the government. H. . Badgory, Esq., J.P., then rose, and having - briefly adverted to the honourablo member's irregu Sar attendance in the house, and his having done nothing for the benefit of the district, proceeded to rend the fo...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

UlW BLI C.iA lL. 'HEOIOtLD' Ollffice, Friday evening. A SOLIHT improvement ham been noted during the past week, and, with a continuoance tof flie weaother, the tvourebluo change wilt soon be mnore decldedly shown, in io general and tealthy aettlvity. Stocks ar gettling wary low, and fresh uppliesf some of them already montbhs on the road--ere eagerly looked for. There is no alteration of pre ers ioolting sloen'l notice, unless it be in the narticle of wheat, whlele is reported ata somewhat lower quotation. A considerable order for goods for the I0tbling Fhet dtg glngs ha teecn executed during the week by onu of the whole. Oulu houses. Meesar. i. Difon and Co. report:--Stockl.--In the hotrse market them it no imnprovement. At tilee seo at Wynello, on etdlnesdldy, a large nmlber erere tubmtited, but thu majority had to be witlldrawn. During tile week we hoeteold 10 hend at from £?t 10 to £15. A toew head of very young cattle realized £t perhead; buffaloes, from 3 0,s. to £7 ; nod two ...

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

QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Correnpondent.) POLICE.--' To shave or not to shave?" that is the question. On Monday, before the police-magistrate and Dr. Hayey, J.P., Thomas Walker was charged by Constable Keough for being drunk and disorderly in the streets on Saturday night. Air. Freestone was employed for the defence. The fol lowing came out on evidence. Thomas Walker lent is razor to two men who were lodging in the house of Mrs. M. Byrnes, and had gone home sober when the house was shut up at 10 o'clock. His employer, finding he had forgot to bring the razor with him, advised him to go back for it, which he did, and while tapping at the street door, the constable, mis taking the action, toolk him to the lock-up, where he remained until bailed out on Sunday morning. The defendant was discharged without fine. Tue RoAD TO ICIANoDSA.--Many a sad halt has been made by parties on this road. An instance of this occurs at the present time. Two men, with their wives and children, nine in num...

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

WESLEY VALE. M'?tR. W. BROWN is appointed agent for this i journal at Wesley Vale, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job-printing. GUNDAGAL M R. C. SMITH has been appointed agent for this journal at Gundagai. and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job.printing. WAGGA WAGGA. IR. W. WHITEI1AND has been appointed agent for this journal at Wagga Wagga, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertise ments, and orders for job.printing. INTER ALOCHY. '?/ B. IL F. CARY has been appointed agent for I1 this journal at Inveralochy, and is authorised to receive subscriptions, advertisements, and orders for job-printing.

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

SKIIN1NER ( INOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, O PPOSITE THlE CATHOLIC CHAPEL S VElNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 GEORGE DTAVIS, Late; of the Bark. Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, SEGS to inform his friends, and the public goner Sally, that he has taken the MWULWA6REEE IMNN, adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous to the town of Goulburn, and on The direct Road to the Snowy River Diggings, as well as to Braidwood, Bungendore, Qdeanbeyan, Gurndaroo, Cooma, &c., &c. . . The house is replete with every convenience, and the greatest care and attention will be paid to the requirements of travellers. There is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, whore people can graze their stock Free of Charge. THE VINES AND. SPIRITS, for daality, will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the bied-rooms as comfortable as. can be wished,' :. and THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and superintended by the advertiser himself. Charge for Stabling': Corn and hay in...

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

THE report of the committee of the house of Commons, appointed to search for precedents in the matter of the collision with the Lords on the Paper Duty Bill, is not without inter est here, where a nominated chamber has attempted to establish a right to co-ordinate and co-equal powers over the public purse. The search, if it had answered no other pur pose, would have served to show how jealously the people of England have ever guarded their privileges, and how important a privilege they have always held that to be which gave to their representatives the exclusive control over the revenue and taxation of the country. As long ago as the year 1407 the first " collision " appears to have taken place between the Lords and the Commons on the subject of Money Bills. King Henry IV. called the Peers to"ether in Gloucester Abbey, and be sought their aid and counsel concerning the state of the kingdom, "and how to defend it from the malice of its enemies ;" whereupon the Peers seem to have been...

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

CALENDAR. I Di 01 D.re of te tweet Dle1inLu ee.01. n1 SATURD AY ............. 0epLt22 5 55 5 51 7 SUNDAY . 3st 1 5-i 6 M1ONDAY ........ . 4 5S 5 52 5 TUESD AY . ....... 21 { 0 553 10 SATRDA SEPrllEurn 2rn,10. SAITURDAY. SEPTEMBDER 22, 1860.

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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 22 September 1860

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY.- Mr. E. Bingham, of York-street, Sydney, has re- cently published an illustrated catalogue of agricul- tural implements and machinery, which are made to his order by the leading British makers. Among others may be noticed Scotch and English ploughs, horse-hoes, iron-harrows, double-action hay making machines, Scotch grubbers, portable steam-engines, winnowing machines, horse-power thrashing machines, chaff-cutters, corn crushers, portable mills, churns, filters, hay-presses, sheep washing apparatus, &c. The catalogue is sent post free on application, and is well worth the attention of all engaged in agricultural pursuits.

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

The Cornhill Magazine. A FEW copies of the May and June numbers of the above are now on sale at the Herald Book Mart. Price -s.; per post, 2s. 6d. Primitive Methodist Jubilee. iWO SERMONS will be preached in the Primitive SMethodist Chapel, Goalburn, on SUNDAY NEXT. In the morning, at cloven, by the Rev. J. CAUSLAND, late of Morpeth; and in the evening, at half past six, the Rev. J. ADI)ISON, lately arrived from England, is expected to oticilate. A collection will be made at the close of the morning sermon, in aid of the Jubilee Fund. A public TEA IMEETING on the MONDAY following. After tea a public meeting to he addressed by the Rev. J. Causland, J. Addison, and others. Tea on the table at half-past six. 6344 Band of Hope. TlME MONTHLY MEETING will be held in the Church of England School-room, on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, 26th instant. at seven o'clook, when several addresses will be delivered. N.B.-All friends to the cause are respectfully invited. J. WILLIAMS, 6373 Sccerotary. THEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860

KIANDRA. SNOWY RIVER GOLD FIELDS. '38EREE TRA'D STORES ARE 'now OPEN and in full operation with a LARGE STOCK' of' ill kinds of GOODS, which will be found Cheap and Good. JAMES FRASER AND CO., Free Trade Stores, ADELONoGSTaEET, KI Nidn. N.B.--The highest price given for Gold. o011 FIRE INSURANCE. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY, Office : Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney Incorporated by Act of Council, 18 Vict., 1855. Subscribed Capital, £250,000. DiRECTORs S. D..GoinDbN, Esq., M.L.A., (hairnilan. Ricititan JONES, Esq., M.L.A., Deputy Chairman. T. C. BRE?LLAT, Esq. H. E. MunNIN, Esq. JosN FAIuvAX, Esq. TO?aiB HorLT, Esq. Surveyor-JAnMES HoUMs, Esq. Secretary-Mr. JosEPn DYEe. W ITHIIN' the last four yeirsd this bonip'arny has V . paid for losses by fire the sum of £15,508 5s. The directors would point out the public advantages derived from the establishment of this truly 'colonial institution. The rates of premium on fire insurance have been reduced 75 per cent. below the rates char...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860

TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVEY. The Deeds of Grant specified in this list being ready for delivery to the Grantees, or their agents duly empowered, it is requested that early applica tion may be made for them at the office of the Sur veyor-General. Authorities, for the delivery of deeds to agents, must bear the signatures of the' grantees, attested by a magistrate. Persons applying for deeds are particularly re quested to state the numbers placed against those they may require. 992 ALSTON John, Camden, 129.acreosa roods 1003 Agnew Adam, Cooma, 2 roods, allotment 2 of section 49 1026 Alston John, Camden, 53,acres 3 roods 1027 Ditto, ditto, 32 acres 2 roods 1028 Ditto, ditto, 32 acres 1029 Ditto, ditto, 375. acres 1030 Ditto, ditto, 62 acres 3290 BYRNE Wm., Camden, 42 acres 3 roods 3291 Ditto, ditto, 89 acres 2 roods 3293 Beazloy Cubel, Clarendon, 36 acres 3299 Badgery Winm., Wellesley, 25 acres 2 roods 28 perches 3300 Barrett Richd., Goulburn, 30 acres 3313 Bushell Joshua, Clarendon, ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860

-.i PARLIAMENT1ARY. [PER ELECTRIC TELEOIItAPtt Tuesday night. Parliament was opened this day. 'The following topics are the principal ones treated of in the speech of the Governor-general, which is hardly so full and explicit as could he wished. The railway torks contemplated to the West and South, are described as requiring a very largely in creased rate per mile over that at which the present .vorks are bemngconstructed. This is said to be ow ng to the nature of the country to he traversed The trial surveys me in a suflicient sttle of for wvardness to admit of the making out ofthe estimates ef the extensions to Bathurst, DMuswellbrool, and Geulburn. No information respecting the provisions of the land bill is given in the speech. A plan is to he submitted for overcoming some of the present impediments to the satisfactory carrying out of communication and traffic in the interior. Telegraphic communication is still further to be extended. The stato of the revenue is described as aff...

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COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in the transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860

COMMERCIAL. LUntep otherlwise expresced, the prieos quoted in this article not those In tranactiona between the producer and the fire pur chaser; not a between ono dealter ad another, much ness tie retail prlces.1 ADnrLONO PRICes CunnaET.--salt pork, per lb., retall, ar.; bacon, Isn. l.; colonial cheese, Is. ; English ditto, Is. 02. to 2t; flor, per o00 tbs., £5; fresh butter, 2. . ; salt ditto, 9s. d.; oatso per bushel, le.; moie,e e.; hay, per ton, £1F; potaloes, per cw., los. to £1; rico, £'l o. ; light drought horses, £fl to £00; heavy ditto, r£5 to £40; good uoseul to ck, £15 to £20; Inferior ditto, £10 to £4 ; worlking bullockn, £7 to £10. YAOs Palo CaoonnnT.--Wheat, per bushel, eoa. ; One tfoor, apr toa, £35 to £r0; seconds, ditto, £32 to £33; bran, per butoel, tl. 2.; mime, e. to Os; oatse . to Ot.; hay, per tonl, £7 to £7 00s.; barleyo , 4. to is.; Iresl butter, s. Od.; sanlt ditto, Is. to Is.3d. per ,.; cheese, 7d. per lb.; bacon, 7d. to 8d. per lb.; eggs, per dozen, 20.; ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. MounAY, SEPTnE'MtEt 24. The court was opened this morning at ten o'clock, by his IHonor Sir ,. N. Dickinson, and his associate Mr. S. S. Cowper. Mr. Butler appeared as crown prosecutor, assisted by Mr. Fraser, fron tile. crown solicitor's office and in tile absence of Mr. Brenan, the police-magistrato acted as sheriff There were six cases for trial. Mr Blake was the only barrister (in addition to the Crown-prosocoutor) who was in attendance. Attorneys present, Mr. Walsh and Mr. Gannon. IHIOIGHWAY ROB1eaERY. John O'Brien was charged with having robbed Henry Popper of £6, on the road between Slelley's Flats and Marulan. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undo fended. The crown-prosecutor having briefly stated the case, called Edward Bannon, district constable at Marulan, who deposed:-I arrested the prisoner on Thursday last, at six o'clock, at Barry's public-house, Tow rang; told him I arrested him for highway robbery; I then searche...

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