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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. On Tuesday, the 23rd day of October next. COUNTRY LOTS.—GEORGIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
AT TIs POLICE OFFICE, GoULnowN. On Tuesday. the 23rd day of October next. COUNTRY LOTS.--GEORGIANAL Lot 1, 48 acres 3 roods-portion 0-ox, near the Crookwell River, adjoining part of the north boundaries of A. Stophenson's 120 acres I rood and 45 acres 1 rood. Lot 2, 103 acres-portion 0-x, on the right bank of the Crookwell River, adjoining the east boundary of Thomas Bray's 1147 acres, and oppositoe A. Long's 1042 acres. Lot 3, 32 acres; lot 4, 48 acres 1 rood; lot 5, 47 acres 2 roods-portions 0-I to 0-ott, at the Red Ground, near Laggan, adjoining and near McCor mack's 50 acres. Lot 6, 34 acres-portion 0.Iv, at the Red Ground, near Laggan, adjoining the east boundary of J. Norton's 40 acres. Lot 7, 40 acres,-portion 0-i, on the left bank of Burra Creek, f mile north easterly from John Iillas' easternmost 640 acres. Lot 8, 40 acres-portion o-II, near the bead of Burra Creek, at the Trial Flat. Lot 9, 320 acres- portion 0-mit, at Hillas' Meadows, near Yalbraith, and head of Burra Cre...
COUNTRY NEWS. NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
COGUNTI'Y j~T rEW NIMITY BELLE. (1'ros a Corrodjeonodt.) Our little Lowoship of Nimiiybollo is progressilig fzvourasbly. No less than four buildings are on thie coo of comoplotion, and tivo or three isoro in the ciurso of ereclion. Whets oll Iso buildings ar0 linished, Nimiitybello msy properly uluim the appli ousidon o" lown." Although Nimisybello is ani old establilshed place its inllubittusst cre loft ins s most piticble state for the wunt of police protoution, while other places, of far less consequence, have a standing police. On last Sunday, two of the Nimnitybollo rowdies turned out to fight in the contre of the town. About forty persons were soon on the spot to wit ness the fight, including women and children. Is it not really a disgraco tlhat such scenesr should take place amongst a civilized community? It is high time something should be done to alter the condition of thingo quickly. Niaitybelle, 14th September, 1860.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
LNWLISH EXTRACTS. SAILORS AND THEIR WIvEs.-In the old service, women-usually wives of petty officers and of' leading seamen'-were allowed to be on board King George's ships, tind heroically did these daughters of Britannia generally behave. At the battle of the Nile, women as as well as boys served as ' powder-monkeys.' Some were wounded, andl one died of heor wounds, and was buried on an island in the bay. She was a Leith woman. Another, an Edinburgh woman, 'bore a son in the heat of' thle action!' So says old John Nicel, mariner, in his autobiography, published many years ago. In Rodney 's victory, a woman fought at a gun on the main-deck, anti informed the admiral that she did so simply to supply the place of her husband, who was carried below, wounded. Rodney told her she had no business to do so, but he presented her with ten guineas. In 1812, the Swallow man-of-war had a desperate encounter with two enemy's ships of very superior force, off Frejus, and lost many men. A seaman,...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
QUEANBEYAN. (From our omn Correspondent.) ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII.-A well attended anal highly influential meeting was held in the court house on Thursday last to petition government to extend this important means of communication to Qucanbeyan. C. Newcombe. Esq., was in tle chair. There were present, besides the principal inhabitants of the town, a great many of the district magis trates. A committee was formed to carry out the object of the meeting. POLICE.--Allan McLLoughlin was fined £3 s5. by tile bench for assaulting Mr. It. Line, who has lately been appointed overseer to G. Campbell, Esq. This case arose out of a dispute connected with disobo diencee of orders. CoAcstNo.-A rather novel sight was witnessed on Sunday morning. Three coaches, each four-in hand, started for Kiandra at a dashing pace. One is the regular escort, and the other two Mr. Roberts's opposition coaches. VOLUNTEERs -It is expected that the police magistrate will call a preliminary meeting in a few days to test ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
Wanted. B)Y a respectablo married couplo, asituation. The L husband as gardener, or work on a farm, the wife as laundress. Please address M. A. C., at A. J. Mu Ghie's, Auburn-atreot, Goulburn. 6395 ROBERT BURNS HOTEL, NIMITYBELLE. To Travellers for the Snowy River. ARCHIBALD MiDONALD BEGS to inform the public that at his house they will meet with every comfort and accommoda tion at a moderate charge. A good supply of meat and bread always on hand. Good Stabling, with an attentive groom. A. McD. takes this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to his friends and customers for their liberal support since he commenced business, and assures them that it will be his constant study to merit a continuanco of their favours. 6391 Anniversary Wesleyan Missions. ON SUNDAY NEXT, September 30th, SER MONS will be preached in behalf of the WESLEYAN MISSIONS, In the Wesleyan Church at Gonuasins, by Rev. Thomas Adams, late of the Friendly Islands; services to commence at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; al...
CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, EDEN, On Monday, the 12th day of November next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—AT STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT TIIE POLICE OFFICE, EDEN, On Monday, t?he 12th day oj November next. SBUDRB0AN LOTSA.-T STURT. Lot 1, 3 acres I rood 12 perches; lots 2 to 5, 2 acres each; lot 6, 3 acres 2 roods 25 perches-allot ments 1 to 6 of section 1. Lot 7, 3 acres 1 rood 20 porches; lot 8, 2 acres 2 roods; lots 9 to 12, 2 acres each; lot 13, 2 acres 2 roods; lot 14, 3 acres 32 perchos-allotments 1 to 8 of section 2. Lot 15, 3 acres 26 porches; lots 16 to 20, 2 acres each; lot 21, 2 acres 2 roods 12 perches-allotments I to 7 of section 3. Lot 22, 2 acres 2 roods 20 perches; lots 23 and 24, 2 acres each; lot 25, 3 acres 2 roods 25 porches allotments 1 to 4 of section 4. The upset price of the above lots is £3 per acre. TOWN LOrS.--STURT. Lots 26 to 35, 2 roods each--llotments I to 10 of secotion 7. SLots 36 to 41, 2 roods each-allotments 1 to 3, and 8 to 10 of section 8. Lots 42 to 51, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 10 of section 9. The upset price of the above lots is £8 per acre.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
TO CORRESPONDENTS. II. l.. eno '.-l- t Ga not a aere with to a?pear singular that dictates the rrfusal to finsrt such atovrllmsents. All respetable papers decline them. As an instance, the * Iat Courier' of the Ist Instant, in its notice to aderr tisers, distinctly refuses. In a matter of thI hkind, it noutld hare been bettll that you should hare sant your name in jidt, and address, so that you might have been wommunitated with privatslU. Tan HoarI t.rA IOrAT.--Ie havet recctred two conmmuntalatons respecting the hospital boat. The one we are unable to deciphsr. The other proflses to.be an odovrtisemont, calling a public ctettng ; but It is not authentleated b ay a signlatur, nor has a remittance accompanled it. For these reasons the insertion of both is dclined. Why ,wll not persons act in a straihtjforward manner? WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 18G0. Owmno to the report of the assizes and other lcal intelligence, the leading article, and several adver tiseolnts, are unavoidably omitted....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
SKINNER & NOWLAN,: Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufactiurers, "'??POSITE' TITE CATHOLIC CHAIrEL O VERNER-STItEET, GOUI BURN. 5494 GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts Inn, LIVERPOOL ROAD, ' EGS to inform'his friends, and the public geier a: ally, that'he has taken the MULWAERRIE INN, '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, Bungendoro, Qucanbheyan, Gundaroo, Cooma, &c., &c. T. he.house is replete with every convenience, pnd the greatest care and attention will be paid to the requirements of travellers, There is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where people can graze their stock Free of Charge. THE WINES AND SPIRITS, for auality, will be found unsurpassed in the coloiy;, the bed-rooms as comfortable as can be wished, and 'THE STABLING will :o `under the cae of an attentive groom, and aupeointended by the Advertiser himself. r Charge for Stabling: Corin a...
KING'S PLAINS GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
Ksoo's P'LANS GOL1-rNIILD.-By proclamnation in the o Government Gazette,' the boundaries of the King's Plains gold-field are extended, and are now as follows:--The gold-field on Crown land, at King's Plains, and on Belubula Rlivulet, and all its tributaries, upwards, from the conlluence of the Lannura Rtivulet, to the range dividing these wuater from those of the Macquarie Rliver, to be called "King's Plains and Belubula Rivulet Gold-field."
SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 September 1860
SYDNEY. [~aROMn OUR OWN conlesroNDneN.] Saturday afternoon. TIHE NOW Zealand intelligence by the mail steamer, Lord Ashley, seems to show that the system of military tactics introduced by Colonel Gold, is likely to be a model for the whole campaign. I have seen a letter from a gentleman in a position of military trust and responsibility, which asserts that the whole military management is a complete muddle, and dis creditable alike to the British arms and to the officers concerned. One party, numbering several hundreds, went out to attach the Manries, but met with a shower of rain and returnedl Another, a thousand strong, made a night expedition, but re turned without meeting the enemy. Indeed, there is good reason to believe that the general was informed beforehand of the departure of the natives from that place. The third expedition is very well represented in a letter to the ' Sydney Morning Horald,' which runs as follows: "On Monday last a strong force of military, blue jakoets,...
To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
To the Editor of the Herald. "SrPcscu is silvern: silence is golden." The apo thegoa is Thomas C.rlylo's, and its sententious brevity, laconic pith, and rythmic beauty, are a clear proof of that practical good sense, and ability to write plain, powerful anod popular English, which underlies all his unfortunate Germanism of thought and style. Weighty as gold and sonorous as silver, it has the goenuine ring of the sterling minted metals he has chosen for his metaphors. What an apt motto does the phrase form for acolonial parliamentl Not only ought it to be graven over the portals of the senate house in Macqoarie-street, but blazoned in illuminated letters over the Speaker's chair, and thundered forth in startling tones, at brief intervals, by the sergeant or usher, for the warning of tihe tedious driveller and his dozing victims, like the monition that rang in the ears of the old Persian king, by banquet-board and bed-side, and stimulated his vengeance against the devoted Athenians. T...
COCKATOO ISLAND. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
COCKATOO ISLAND. [cssoscalavrin.) A brief.sketch of this now ,celebrated penal settlement, which for more than twenty years has occupied so prominent a position in our colonial history, may not be without 0some interest. Cockatoo Island is more than a mile in circumference, of a somewhat oblong shape and uneven surface, with rocky .pro jections, and distant from Sydney about four miles, on the Parramatta river, facing the main land of Balmain, from which it is separated one mile. At present its convict population amounts to about 250, of which number 58 are undergoing servitude under the old act, or that which recognised a commutation of sentence on account of good behaviour or acts of merit, and by .whiclhregime the convict could shorten the time of his sentence to little miore than one-half; the remaining 192 prisoners have been convicted since the abo lition of the commutation system, and conse quently are liable to penal servitude for the full term of their respective sentences....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
Wanted, BY the undersigned, a BLACKSMITH ; one who thoroughly understands farming work and horne-shoeing. None but sober men need apply. WIVI. BRO WN, 6413 Wesley Vale, near Gunning. Apprentices. SANTED two intelligent boys as Apprentices to the BOOT MAKING BUSINESS. Apply at PURSEROUSE'S BLUE BOOT, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 6451 Wanted, SCOOK. ,None but a sober_ man need apply. S.A. MAUDt)NELL, 6453 ,. Argyle Inn. S.Wanted to Purohase (for Cash), 1ROM one to five hundred head of DAIRY CAT STLE, average age from one to four years old. CALVERTI' & IESURIET. 6446 Post-office, Yass. A Quadrille Assembly ?T LL.be hold at Mr. Gillard's Chequers Inn, V 'Auburn-street, on FitIDAY, October 5th, 18600.;. Mr.; Wiilkinson will preside at the pianoforte. 6461 To Municipal Bodies in the Provincial Townships. l 'HE UNDE?SIGNED are anuthorised by a British ". ,anlufacturingC Uosprnyto fuat ish bpecitictions, anrd undertake coniracts, for the supply of gue works or water works, deliverable f...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
COAM?Ii CLA L. Lnless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted In thil article are those in transeclionl between the producer ned the first peer chaver; not as between one dealer and anolter, much less the Sretail prices. onresWAn PRtCeo CuntraenT.--Plno our, per ton, -f35r ratta ditto, not quoted; wheat, tper btlehel, Ils.; bren, sr. Od.; maize, 10o, ad. to lee.; bay, £11 Cto £s per ton; potatoes, perat, e l. to I' l ; fresh lutter, per lb., Ca e ld.; slt butler, per lb., lad. tole.; ehrese,7d.to id.; bacon, 7d. to ad. QUe ncstEYAN PROrCE CURRENT.--Wbet. pee busthel, I2e. to 12s. Od.; flour, fine, per ton, £5t seconds, £4; bread, ad. to 10d.; brane per bushel, st. 8d. to Is. ol.; maeee, at., scrce ; barley, ona; s athper bushel s,. Od.; iay, per ton, £8; butter, per lb. Is. ad.; cheese, ed. to led.; bacon. id.; eggs, per dozer, es. id. to Is. lad.; potatoes, per ton, £7 to £8 l; fat cattle, per head, £5 tOs. to £7 lo. ;e sheep, a.lo to e0s.; pigs per lb., ad.; hIdes, eeich, as. to 7a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
TuH Governor's speech has, as usual, proved a fertile theme for remark in Parlia ment, as well as "out ofdoors" Mr. Darvall denounced its omission of all reference to a host of topics which demand the attention of t?he legislature; Mr. Hoskins, eschewing the unparliamentary term " bosh," which had been applied to the Chinese' debate, and selecting what he dorsbtless considered a far more fitting and elegant phrase, characterized it as a "concoction of nonsense and absurdi ties;" and Mr. Deniehy, describing it as a " cloud of verbiage," intimated his conviction that it must have been "the work of a penny a-liner." Neither of the three speakers, how ever, ventured upon any formal analysis of the address which they thus unhesitatingly and unceremoniously condemned. Like the titles of works prefixed by a reviewer to his article, the speech seems to have been selected rather as a text for their own homilies de omnibus relbu et quibusdam aliis, than as the object of special criticism, and...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE REPORT.-Since our last issue, the only business before the police-court has been four cases of drunkenness, which were visited with the usual fine of five shillings, or the alternative of some hours' confinement. SMALL DEBTS' CocRT.-Monday, before Patrick Plunkett and W. H. Hovell, Esqrs., J.P.'s. There were forty-four cases on the list, of which five were dismissed, two adjourned, nine settled out of court, and in twelve there was no appearance entered either for plaintiff or defendant. The following are the cases in which the court gave judgment:-Good. ridge and Co. v. Brownrigg, for goods sold and de lived; verdict for the plaintiff. £4 6s.-Reynolds v. Millard, wood sold and delivered; verdict for plain tiff, £1 3s.-Pearse v. M Closky, goods sold and de livered; verdict for plaintiff, £5 6s--Liggins v. Horan, promissory ncte over-due; verdict for plain tiff, £1 l0s.-Lawrence v. Chambers, goods sold ind delivered; verdict for plaintitf, £4 4s.-Clark v....
SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
SYDNEY. [roox oUR ows CORrESPO?DE.IT.] Friday afternoon. POLITICAL. M[r. Robertson has introduced his land bills, and they have been read a first time-the second reading stanling for Thursday next. This promptitude will be satisfactory to all parties who are simeere in their desire for land reform, and ought to bea sufficient answer to all who doubt the sincerity of the govern ment. The bills are dennded of the objectionable details which they contained on the occasion of their last presentation to Parliament They provide for free selection, and remove certain difficulties in the way of it, which disfigured the bills on their first pro. duction. I have not the slightest doubt that the gorernment will press on the second reading next Thursday, though in all probability a debate (aco ther land debate!) will arise on the question, and, will occupy several days. It is doubtful to me whe ther this bill will not be allowed to go into commit* tee, though in all probability the tinkering pr...
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 3 October 1860
MOtRUY A. (From our own Correspondent.) NEW ROADS.-The administration has at length recognized the importance of the traffic between Araluen and the coast, vid the valley of the Moruyu. Money has been granted for the construction of two branch roads, uniting at Larry's; the one from Mullendereo, traversing the Mi?uckendora ranges; the other from Iiora, running along the bank of the river. Government having, in this instance, en trusted the entire control of the work to a committee of the residents on the respective routes, instead of to the local benches,wo may hope to see the work completed speedily and in a workman-like and elficient manner. What would have been the result had the work been confided to the superintendence of the bench will be evident to anry person from an i.aspection of the Bateman's Bay road. The person employed to repair that road, under the supervision of the bench, has excavated from the side of the road soft yellow clay, which he has liberally spread over th...