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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860
SIj?INNEIt & TO W A JN : W Sod & NOW LAN, Soda Water., ,.Lemonade and :: -Cordial IManufacturers, 0. PPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CUAPEL VERNER-BTREET, GOULBURN. 6494 GEOIGE DAVIS, .Late; of, the Bark Huts Inn, S '.:LIVERPOOL ROAD, BEGS to inform his friends, and the public gcncr ally, thet he has taken thl - 1·VZBIULWARRl1E . N, : : adjoiningTlhorn's Crossing-place, onitiguous to the . town of Goulbsrn, and on . :The direct' Road to Ithe Snowy River * ·~ *::"' .'^V iggings, · ;:-; ',- " as well asio Braidivood, Btingod'ndoro'Quoneboyan, Gundaroo, Coomn, &c., &c . . The houseo is replete with every convenience, nnd the greatest caro and. attention will be paid to the requirements of travellers. ' Thcro is a 'r SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where peoplo can graze tiseir stock - . Free of Charge. THE iWINES AND SPIRITS, for quality, will bo found unsurpassed in the colony; Sthe bed-rooms as comfortablo as' can be wished, a? ;! THE STABLING; will hb under ihs cora of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860
SUBSCOIIDES AT WAGOGA WAGGA. CUBSCRIBEBS to the GoLmaull IfEnnAL5, liv 3 ing in tho districtof Wagga Waggn,a nro par ticularly requested not to pay their anecounts to any person'except Mr. W. WIIITIrIANI). Time quarterly accounts will shortly be rendered, and parties who may find errors in the same, are ro. quesrted to apprise Mr. Wlitehand who will rectify them, Those who have paid moneys to Mr. George Richardson are requested to inform Mr. Wlhitehand. The proprlotor of the ' Goulburn IIHernld' regrets that there shalould be a probability of subscrlbors re coiving any trouble respecting their necounts; but the impoaassibility of obtaining from the aInto agent a remittano or even a listof the parties who have paid, necessitates thn present roquest. LAMBIIING FLAT. IM R. JOhN ALLN has beoon oppolnted agent for this journal at Lambing Flat, and is nauthlorised to receivo subscribers' names, advertiso ments, and orders for job printing. TO COUNITRY SUBSCIlIIERS. M R. WOOLLEY will short...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 October 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE MEGÆTHON. --- We met this pon- derous locomotive near Bough's, now Rush's inn, about twelve miles from Berrima. The part of the road where we saw it advancing was fearfully rough, and considering the number of wheels connected with the engine carriage, the tender, and the luggage-truck, we wonder that it was able to move at all. When we were looking on, it got on a part of thie road more favourable for its progress, when it went at the rate of three miles per hour. The mugruthon is steered in much the same way as the South Australian reaping machino, or as a vessel is steered by the wheel. From the length of time tbe megathon has been on the road, and the, little progress made, the publio are not very likely to be prepossessed in its favour-if they havo not alread pronounced it tobo a failure; but we believe from lwhat we saw, with roads in a proper state of repair, that instead of being a failure, it would be a decided...
THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH AND THE IRISH COMPOSER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
Tirm EiPJ.RfO,. OP TIH. REN?IoI AND rim Ioisui CoM,0osEn.--Wo do not know whether the following letter and accompany ing testimonial reflect more hlonour on the condosconsion and. kindness of the mighty monai;oh from whom they omanate, or on the gentleman who has been so singularly dis tinguished.' We regard this ready recogni tion by the Einpoi'or Napoleon of Irish ta'lent as a comnpliment to our nation at largo--a favour whioh receives an additional value from the:mnilde.in which i'haasboenoonferrod.I The niodal roferred to in the note':below, whiihw,w i'ittotnby oider. of the emperor, is an' exquisite work of art; iand isiaturally prized beyond.price, by Mr. I.Keating, the gentloeman whoso merits-as a composer have mit with snouh signal approval: . ' " Cabinet de~ PEmnporeurl.,: " .Palais' des Tuileries, le 81 MIarlige 1860. " Sta,.Thoe emiperor .hasl. been pileased to accept the token of the 'Militaryi Marclh and - Onabtate;! comiposed by.? 'Mr. Patrick iKeating, formerly bandma...
REVOLUTION IN SICILY AND NAPLES. INVASION OF CALABRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
NEVOLUTION IN SICOLY AND NAPLES. INVASiION O CALAIIIA, Once moroe the daring' geonius of Italy's. greatest general has lod him into a position to thrill his friends with an adniiration that is tempered with concern :. Onribaldi is in Calabria, to contond, with not more than 8000 and possibly with fowor than 6000 chosen followors, in tho namo of liberty anid Italian indopendence, against tho largo and well trained army of a king Whose govornmont has beeon an incarnation of thio spirit of opprossion. If wo have rocourse to figuroes and comparo the numericial streongth of tho opposced forces, nothing seems more ridioclous than this inva sion. Tho king of the remaining "Sicily" dis poses of an army whihob, according to official statistics, shlonld numnber 70,000 infantry of tIme guard and line, 0000 cavalry, and (000 artillery, oeven when a fair deduction is made for losses in Sioily; and to out off Garibaldi's communications by sea, has a fleet of a hundred and twenty.one vessels, carr...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
G OULIURII RIG1ES COUIRRIINT. iriat 10. to lls. Od. % bulcl. . . .Ploir, fine C86 PP ton; Bceonols, £83. nIr&lt;t, 7d; to 8d(; . , . '0 . 1 0 l trmns, od. Lt ll 10e 'O ' o .. ffatio O. Od to Ts. ,ll iol Wb UtcOL ,. . ' *? larlru, lis. bu. iol ; %nnteiu .. o . d . . Onl, tO. to o. Gd. . titull ' olt, £G to £s %t ton, .r oo , *m . . .- * : jlUecr, fkir~ , is. to It. 3dl . lb.i taltl iOd.l ldentlful. la , 7i5 . 0, 0 1 6 0 *. o t c r , . .. . .. , o, / i, Is. dozen . .. ' . J'oltlOcO' 6 lOt; to £080s tE> too. ' . . ' OnionS, 12. to ls. Ict ot. " Fat (,'altj £4 t10. to £7 lo. t hood ' - Colvto, £1 o. to l£0, 8. hood. . * . . .. :" tihcap, 10t to lO. heat. . . fila, *ld. to dad. It lb. Trlnte', £40 to-£60 ' ton, for good samples. , , . *, i..i. nldc*l 40. to , l , 01' . , hoccpallt, 6Idl. to Od. I't lb. r * = ?
COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
CCUOIIJ.?RC1AL. '' IIEnBAn Omoe, rilday vovning. iluslnclss ho beent doll throughout tho ptle week. Somo toans have loaled for tho Lolmblug Ilit wllllln I1 last two or threeO doy. Littlo prolduoeo bis arrlvedt nor is thero very muoh demand for it.. , " OCatrrlago to Klonudra los filln?,'nlil nt onot 0 fl the buolls lhouesos w0 woro shown l l o egrenrn lt t tlo rslq.off20 hl!r ton 'lho ouly nrrival oltgodu relojrtcd Is OOl.'lpUiiwU tl Attlohe Austrtllnli Store, Iho 1usc docllnod tnaliei tltO'Ilocality la1 wlicll It'wvs procureod, but osiboquOntly iaiiltl.ovno Irom tlhe Blioanllmven. It wnas a lillo and bright Loamsnple. '' L[eossr. 1'NsiY A)N Ce. report:--Thl t market dlurlng tlia poat wck lihns bot very Ibro of cloct. ,No tles ol iot stock to report. Wo regret oxooeedllgly tlhattlhe rattleo llvurllsl by us for Tucsnly *ndl I'lhuredly did not nrrlvc. ' iL.. eiles, w0o bllcvt, could not 1flrns Ills cattlo In, ow0ing to le botsi being so'vrry toggy. We lT oe calno o son«»ignced for Ili...
EUROPEAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
.-"' ROPE0 V S2UMILlAR]Y. (1From te lHome NrewF.) The ltnlian imbroglio deepens. The revo lution having completely triumphed in the Island of Sicily, Gaiibald's next stop lhas been, as every one was assnred it would be, to invade the mainland. For a woeek or two we heail of all kinds of mysteriois manoiuvres; and now, within the last few days, we have received nuthridtie intelligence that a decisive coup has been oxecuted mn the great Italian leader's most during style. 1Ve refer to another column for tile facts, so far as they are yetknown, of this marvellons achievement. Calabria is in open revolt; antl the fall of Naplos may be considered as imminent. The lking is prepared for the worst, antl has an armed vessel riding in the harbour, ready to receive him when his capital can no longer be defended. It is supposed that thoNeapolitan troops' will either go over to Ganrabaldi, or refuse to fight against hlim; in which case it may be hoped that victory will be secured without any was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
ml BB,friends of"lr. rBENJAMIN· GOULD 'are .1 respectfully invited to.attend ctho FUNERAL' of HIS, lato WIFE, ANN, which will take placo on SUNDAY, the 21ast instant, at 4 pm, - Tihe pro cession will niove from her late rcesidenco niar Davis's Teanery.,i' 2' . :' - Tn nry . , C; 'FITZPATRICK, SUndertaker. I rNo circulars will' be issued.. 0660 S . : Wanted, :. .. A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to do the housoe w. ..ork and cooking of a smail family in, the country' Agpply at thel ?Horald' olco.t- :r 6014 .Grifass Paddo ::ks, ~ ONLY TIHREE MIILES FROM GOULBUIRN, Son.theo Rhynnea load. IHorsos. taken hi to graide, le. I d. per head per week , bullockse, l. ditto. S r ... :i 'THOMASBrAYLINGO '' ' 6063"' - . a d Woadwrlbh. One Hundred Pounds Reward;: \W HEREAB, on the night of SATURDAY, the 18th instant, TWO of my-WORKING BUL LOCKS were malicliously SBJOT, in the paddocks at Gunnnary Croeek, by some evil disposed pearson or persons, I. htereby give niotice that I wvll pay a; reward of SONE ,HIIUND...
FALSE IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
FALsU IMPRIOoEwNT r.-TheO thre0 oetions brosgihL by.Messrs, 1, and J. Ashwortll and Mr. Mtorregor, against Messrs. John Kolly, P.M., T. C. h?orison, and L. Cookburn, J.P.'s, for falso imprisonment, aro set down for trial Sin Sydney on Ltho 6Lth proximo, The daniages in beach case aroe laid at £15,000. Tho Cron-law :oRlconer will.sppoar for tho defence.-' Soutsorn Gourilor. ,: ,: :
COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
cOUN'rr1tY NEWS. QUJEANJIRYAN. (Freoe Ourc own CecrcsCsosrres eL.) QeccAcNDEYAN ?rtISOIn'rTION RAces. - These raos camo off on Tuesday snd WVednesday, 1lth and. 17th instant., On thie first dlay, the Voiseetoer Stokes of £20, for all horses. Only tivwd horses started, Mr. J.Bolwer's b. g Lormer, ge, ,beating MIr, Jones's b. g. Why not by two len t!hs. This race was'closely contested, In the secon·rsoe, the Midaen Plats of £10, for nll mcidtn horses, oarrycag woight for ago, six horses sterted. Mr. i'. C. P'almor'e b.g. Doni five years old Mr. It. OCameron's b.g. Stranger, foer yeaOrs osll?Ir. Johnson's light g, Firebll, aged; Mr, , DBIcwen's e. g. D)licttor Mr. . Wralsell's Fairy Queeni; anil Mr. Jonoes's b.g, Why-not. Tho first hoat Was closely contested, the Fairy Queoen coming. in first; second hdneat, Mr. I. OCamoron's Strangeor; third host, Mr. I Y Walsh's Fairy Qeoen o nc by severallengths. The third race, for the flok Stokles of £15, was won by iMr. P, J. M eAlistor's Don, oa...
SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
SYDNEY. Cr0010 OUR OWN COEn0 I'OrDENT.J Tuesday afternoon. Tr news by onah sllaceroedlog mail incroases in interest, and althoughl we have no account as yet of bloody battles or glorious victories, overythlng seems calcoulated to prepare tIhe mind for such ovrents, 'T'he position of Englond and Iranco Is one thloe most mnrvelloos tIhnt the worl1, perhalps, ever wlinessed. Tl'e Anglo.lFrench army and fleet were, on the 12th11 of August lnot, close to the 1?oiho forts, and preparoing for a grand a0:d simaltannoon attack. T'ho troops had lade1l withont dificulty, had an en gement with tile Chilcese, in which somno British :Jragoons an Selhh caval3ry nt up the monley.foee il1e old j nk, and were 1now reaely io forea tile pass. ago of to Pcliho, bly the capture of the T'a13 forts, It is said also that tie EInglislL nod ]F'renchl were o0 tle best poossiblo terms. An English snao.of.\vwr with a 3French ensig nt tlo 3fore oand "3n Engllsb one fabaft, noted as thie pilot.lhip of tile floeet....
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. OPENING OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT TARLO [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
LOCAL AND POTrOVINCOIAL. OPENING OF .TIHE PItEBBYTERIAN OCIIUROII AT TAULO Amsoooa the various means by whioh hlumnn agents are able to advance the interests ofreligion, tie erec tion of plces of public worship hlas always, and very properly been regarded as one of the most important, Although God may be worshbippedjmat as effeotunally in the privacy of one's own chamber as in tihe grandest temple raised by tile hIands of man, it is yet not to be. denied, that there are many who would but soldomn engage in worshlip of any khid were there not some outward and visible reminder before tbhems; while thny and others want arousing to a state of their spiritual danger. And thIough thern may often be private residences in wlhichl congregations call assemblo together to join ins thepublic ordinances of religion, yet objectiolns exist to tlhis plan Ilbeing con tinued wherever there is a population snfillentlly nelnrollus or wealthy to allow oe their raisihg a fund oufniclent to erect buldidin...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
PAJILIAMKEN'TA.RY.' S TusoDAx--Oaioneie16. "':;' Tho Legislative Assenibiy mot at tieoty-ciglt minutes past three o'elock. r BSoveral now' notices of motion were given iby members, " . uO TdltcNs , In answcr to Mr. l1iT the ColoNIAL ToilAsbUn'ER said theo attention of theo govercment was somo theo back called to tho circumstanooc thati coppeor tokens wore belig issned as money by privatei portiecs, bot no action was takleu, Lately the Master ofthe Mint had directed attention to the issue of similar tolens in silver, nd.the miisitter haid been referred to the Crown Law OfiHeors for their opinlion,. olILITI.A AOD VOLUNEErt?Sn In answer to Mr. PAlioS 0 the same ISnl(Pter saidld the government did not consider it oxpedient to takeo any steps in establlshing a moilltla force, till tlhey saw the efelot of the volunteer maovoment, At pro soent, there wero moro applicants to olrol as vohin, Leers than the goverhnioent had arms to aupply,. SOAIVWAY. WORIK-S. In answer to Mr 1'AlKEcs, tho SEO...
CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, YASS. On Wednesday, the 21st day of November next COUNTRY LOTS.—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
CROWN LANDS SALES. '::'' ': AT THim FPLiGe-oloe , YAiss. OI 1edcncsd!y, t]e 21stl day of November rnext . C,.: OUnTRY LOTs.-- OING. Lot 1, 32 acreos; lot 2, 76 acreos 3 roods-neaooo Gaolleon Range, adjoiniog Edward Slavon's portions, ald lyingwesterly from J. Dlolkson's 1200 nores : . Lot 0, 28 acores32 porchesi lot 4, 41 acres; lotS, ,. 20 nors; lot 6, 28 nacres 1 rood; lot 1;,42 ooreson adjolinig. and near Alexander Turnor'es 040nacrm, 0at Cherry Troo Springs. Lot 81? 0 acres 16 porcheos; lot 0, 30 acres-at t-he:: Natlvo Pog Flate, near the hand of WhoNoo Orcokl, about 7 -iples south-eastorly from the Vilnlage le servo at' Wfl'thlnl, and southerly from MoSooley's 32 noroes. ... .: SLot 10, 41 caros; lot 11, 38. acres) ibt 12,. 1. acresl lot 1, 30 norsl lot 14, 27. nores; lot i8? 500 narcs; lot l0, 52 acres; lot 17, 41 acores; lot 18, 82 nores 1 roodi lot 18, 85 acores; lot 20, 87 noros 1 rood1 lots 21 and 22, 50 nacres acchi lot 23, 30 nacros; lot 24, 41 acros; lot 25, 37 acores; ...
LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
LACHILAN DISTRICT. (From ou-r own CorrCepondsent.) TIn WT'nileRsn:--For the post woeekle or so the woather' ada''itrdj! ' deolightful; flnoe sanny dsays, a clear sol. lld.' generally from W.N.W., which. In this district is a oure indication of a continuanc' of" fine weatllher. PoLmca.-Thoro is much praise due to Sorgeant 3MIjor Lawranoeo, of the western mounted patrol, as also to CbliofConstablo liggs and Sergeant Gunn,' of tlio Carcoar police force, fotbr their great zeal in at tempting to bring to justice the vagabonds who rob bed IHurloy, theo dealer, some time since near Bina long. For thes last fortnight or so, these zealous and indefatigablo officers have been in search of those sooundrels, bhiut to no purpose. It is, however, to beo hoped that thleir career will be soon out short. On several occasions I have brought before the publid, through the medium of your vanhablojournal, the great nooed of police being stationed in this portion' of the diJstrlet. The nearest police sta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
TO STAND TIHS; SEASON, At Nimitybelloe, .. I::" THE SPLENDID IMPORTED DRAUGHT " STALLTON, BU SFFOLK PUNCH. 'flIIS magnificent horse wa s bredI S ,in Tasmania siro;'. o b'im-;: ported draught horse, Emperor; dam, an imported Suffolk 'Punch ' maro. Ilo is five years old, good tempered, and as ouro foal getter. . .t, u TEtnts :--£ 10s, each mare. Good and secure paddooka will be found for tho:' mares, but no responelsbilltylineeared, . i::; , SAll mores to beo removed'by Ist January, 1801 j. . DAVID DELVES .;:':'' 6406 ": Proprietotr Theo Tiohnsu'6~i vo~u Sdith W i.. ,:i·: ,.· 'd~y, op~tmbd~ n:'LO'.; .+:,r''? ":i e or, ,WDrns antimber 2upp , 18 0 ,.i i . . .. . . i " , t " ?t '; TIENDERS are invited fdr thi followlgk Works S'"iind SuipTplies. For fill partioulars see .' Govern ment, Gazette,' a file of ivlitehis kIepta?nt overy police ofilee in the colony. Doesrlptlon'ofVWorlks end Sapp!led.' 'Cono'eyoaco , of Malls.: .. '.·,·I: . · l'. d D? nt to towhlohi: Teiders e?n be Peeolvede. 24...
THURSDAY — OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 October 1860
TovoannAY-OeToonn 18, In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. WuEsuls seeds his linencial statement for the year 1801. Tho rovonue is estimated at £1,000,000, shluwing C eoesidereblo increase. The sugar duty is to boe bolIlhed by dlorecs. Ad valorem duties ara proposed on certain erticlee of luxury, the estimetcd proceeds of wehichl are set down at £40,000. The imposiion of stamp duties on chelumms, bills of ex ehenge, transfers, rcceip s, &a., Is also proposed. The stlimeted proceeds froin this soeuro of revenue are set dowis at £80,000. Ths Ilouso was subsequently engaged till nearly four o'clock on Fridey Ismorninmg sin comnilttco on the Lends Aliemaution lill. Thle Glrat two clauses were POntpommd; the next four woror pansed; ut free elution Is to be confloed only to th sottld dIe triots.