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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

.21ISOELLANEOUS.. TIe FATHER or CHARLOTTEnorn BRONTTE. The 'Halifax Courier' has' the following paragraph :-" Ago and infirmity have at ength so far pirevailed, that the Rev. P. Brontl has been compelled to cease from active duty. -He preached his last sermon in IHaworth Church on Sunday, the 21st ult. We believe that the RHey. Mr. Nicoll, husband of Charlotte Breont (Curror Boll) will become the incumbent of IHaworth." OLD SIDTTL'RS.-In his last " Idlowild" letter N.P. Willis chronicles the demise of a veteran and venerable dweller in the high lands of the Hudson. IHis great ago certainly supports the claim put forth frome the moun tain elimate of that region, viz., that it is one for long life and dying easy. Old Billy Bab cook, the basket-maker, aged one hundred and seven, has just departed this life, says Mr. Willis, at his wildwood shanty among the hills back of the Storm King. He was the. father of a numerous fiumily of " old folks," and within a week of his death made baskets...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

PRIOIROOATION OF P'ARILIAMENT. e Ton Lord Chancellor road the following most gracious Royal Speech:- t My Lords and Gentlemen,-We are com manded by her Majesty to release you from t further attendance in Parliament, and at the same time to convoy to you her Majesty's c acknowledgments for the zeal and nassiduit.y with which you have applied yourselves to the erformnance of your important duties I during' the laborious session of Parliament 1 now about to close. Her Majesty commands ius to inform you that her relations with Foreign Powers are friendly and satisfactory, and her Majesty trusts that there is no dan ger of any intcrruption of the general peace of Europe. Eventsof considerableimportance are indeed taking place in Italy; but if no I Foreign Powers interfero therein, antdi if the Italians are left to settle their own affair's, the tranquillity of other States will remain undis. - turbed. The proposed conference on the subject of the cessation of Savoy and of Nice to Pirance...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

FURTHIiit Et RI )PEAN NEWS. (From the' S. l. Herald.') Parliament was prorogued on the 28th f August. The weather has much improved and the harvest was no longer in danger. The Prince of Wales met with a very bril. liant reception at Toronto, but the conduct of the Orangemen at Kingston prevented the, Prince from landing, and has been the cause of much ill-feeling. The Queen, Prince Consort, and Princess Alice left for the Continent on the 22nd Sep tember. The Great Eastern has returned from America, having made a splendid passage, and was beached on the Gridiron at Milford Haven. Tihe Championship of the Thames was won by Chambers. The St. Lager Cup was won by St. Albans. Doncastor Stakes were won by Cape Flya way and the Cup by Labruer. A serious accident has occurred to an ex cursion train in Lancashire, by which eleven persons have been killed, and a great number injured. A decision in favour of the right of the husband to take possession of his wife has been pronounced in the c...

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COUNT PERSIGNY ON IMPERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

COUNT PERSIGNY ON IMPERIAL POLICY. The Count Persigny (as president) opened on the 28th August the sittings of the General Council in the department of the Loire, in a speech of which the following is a esummary The Count commenced by observing that he was about to examine the existing proba bilities of peace being mainutained in Etirope, and said the Emperor's programme of Bor deaux has not boon changed. Without pre tetding to abolish war, the Emp.ror has, however, repudiated the inheritance of fight ing for vengeance for the defeats of the fitrst Emperor. Before the inauguration of the present Emperor, two extraordinary questions were pending, viz.,, the question of the East and Italy, neither of which could be resolved by mnoans of diplomacy. After the wars resulting from those questions could not be avoided, they were carried out with prompti tude, and the Emperor succeeded in realhizing the object for which they were undertaken. 'Tho destruction of Sebastpol prevented lRussin f...

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THE FRENCH EMPEROR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

TIhE FRENCH EMPEROR'S SPEECH, The following remarkable speech was pro. nounced by thehEmperor at i ban oit' given in his honour by the *Marseilles Cha mber of Commerce, before his journey to Algiers: CGNmLerCmN,-The banquet offered by the Chamniber of Commerce gives me the oppor-; tunity of publicly thanking the city of Marseilles for the warm receptionhit has given to tne Empress and myself. The unanimous demonstration of attachment which we have received since our journey touched me deeply, but does not make me proud, for my only aim has been to have full faith in Divine 1rovi dence, as well as in the patriotism and good sense of the French people. It is thi4 intimate union between people and sovereign which constitutes our strength at home as well as abroad, and which lihas enabled us, nbtwith standing great difficulties, never to pause in our progressive march. This desire for what is good ; this enthusiasm for all that is noble and useful, cannot abate now when circum stances a...

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THE BANK TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

Tut: BANK T.msAL.-On Monday week the long oxpected trial of the Australian Joint Stock Bank v. Moessrs. Taylor, .lunn, Roberts, and Malone, will taklto place in the SuprCemo Court, Sydney. Thie defendants will start for Sydney during the enusuinlg week, and a dleal of interest is felt by niall a? to the result. The most eminent harristers have been engaged on both aides. For the Bank will ap. pear MAr. Broadhurst, Q.C., Mr. hoartin, Q C., and Mr. Stephen. For thle defendants Sir W. M. Man ning, Q.0,, Mr. Darvell, Q.C., and Mr. P1. Fauoett. Thi result of the trial will be sent by tolegraph, via Goutlburn.,-' Braidwood Dispaloh.'

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, COOMA. On Wednesday, the 19th day of December next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—BUNYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

AT THIE rOLIOE-OFFICE. COOMA. On Wednesday, the Ith day oJ December next. 5UDURBUAN LOTS.- UNYAN. Lot 1, 1 acre '2 roods, portion 7. The upset price of the above lot Is £4 per acre. Lot 2, 3 oacres 3 roods, portion 8. The upset price of the above lot is £3Lper acre. Lot 3, 0 acres 3 roods; lot 4, 10 acres 20 porehes; lot 5, 5 acres-portionse 9 to 11. The upset price of the above lots is £2 10s. per acre, Lot 6, 4 acres 2 roods 22 perches; lot 7, 4 acres I rood-portions 12 and 13. The upset price of the above lots is £3 per acre. Lot 8, 27 acres 2 roods 25 perches, portion 14. The upset price of the above lot is £1 per naore. Lots 9 and 10, 10 acres onech; lots 11 to 14, 10 acres 2 roods sach; lots 15 to 18,10 acres each--pore tions 15 to 24, The upset price of the above loto l? £2 o10s. per a?cre. Let 19, 1 acre, allotment I of section 13. T'he upset price of the above lot Is £4 per acre, Let 20, 2 acres, allotment 2 of section 13. The upset prico of the above lot Is £3 per acre. Lo...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL, Tit CnRICc?T MATCH, commenceod on Wodnes day last, and which had not concluded at sundown on thaint day, was arranged to have been finished on Saturday afternoon, but in consequence of the absence of one or two of the members of the Union Club, it did not come off. Much dissatisfaction was expressed by the town players, who are under tihe impresilon that the Unions neglected attending, for the purpose of gaining the very questionable honor of winning, in accordanco with the rule which states that a matlch not concluded, must be considered as won by those who had the greater number of runs in the first inninge. At the commencement of a season this is to be regretted, as it will require all the con centrated skill of the Goulburn Cricketers-the Unions as well as the townsmen-to be able to mooeet successfully tihe challenges which will no doubt come from the players of Queanboeyan, Borrima, andperhaps other districts. Tihe Braldwood men are'in active practice, and...

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CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, CAMDEN. On Saturday, the 15th day of December next. COUNTRY LOTS.—COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLIOE-OFFICE, CAMDEN. On ,Saturday, the 15th day of .December next. COUNTRY LOTS,-COOK. Lot 1, 30 acres-on the right bank of Pearce's Creak, at its confluence with Cox's River, opposite George Pearco's 30 sores. COUNTRY LOTS.-WESTMIORELAND. Lot 2, 55 acres-on the loft bank of the Wollon dilly River, at its cotnflucnce with Paling Crooeek. COUNTRY LOTS.-CAMDEN. Lot 3, 55 aores-on the right bank of the Wollon dilly River, at its confluence with Burke's Crook. Lot 4, 30 acres-on the right bank of the Wollon dilly River, about one mile north-westerly from lot 3. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS.-CAMDEN. Lot 5, 5 acres 3 roods 32 perches; lot 6, 5 oacres 3 roods 25 porches; lot 7, 6 acres 2 roods 3 perches; lot 8, 5 acres 2 roods 12 parches-on the Great Southern Road, opposite Mary Lupton's 100 acres, at West Barge, being the subdivision of the Police Palddock loesorve. The upset price of the above lots is £2 per acre. TOWN...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

P'ROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Sydnie Empire.) On Friday morning it became pretty generally Inown throughout the city that, in consoequence of 1 the adverse vote of the preceding night, Mlinisters hlad advised his Excellency to dissolveo the Assembly, and that such advice had been noted upon, In con formity with this advice, a proolamatlon was issued on Friday, proroguing the House to Tuesday, 18th December, with a view to an immediato disso lution, which is expeooted to be proolaimed this day. The proclamation appears to have taken the Opposition completely aback, asit falsified all their boasts and predictions that thle Governor would not dissolve, and that he dare not dissolve, if he would. In consequence of the proclamation, there were but few members of the Ilouse present at the usual hoar of meeting yesterday afternoon. The members of the Opposition seemed ashamed after their previous braggadocio, and the humiliation to which they were ultimately compelled to submit, to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

Wanted, AN Intelligent LAD for a Bookseller's Shop. Inquire at the Book Mart. Stolen or Strayed, ABOUT the month of March last, from the Fish River, near Wheeo ABROWN MARE, aged, branded WADE under saddle, near side AMB near shoulder, JW off JP shoulder, 8 near cheek. Also, BROWN FILLY, H near shoulder, W~A, W off shoulder, two years old. And BAY FILLY, VN under saddle, near side, white in forehead, like letter C If stolen Ten Pounds Reward will be paid on con viction of the thief; if strayed, One Pound each on delivery to Mr. MATTIHEW BEVAN, Fish River, near Wheeo, or JAMES NUGENT, STelegraph Hotel, 6864 Gunning. Ten Pounds Reward. btTOLEN or STRAYED. Supposed to be stolen and taken in the direction of Cavan One CHIESNUT FILLY, two years old, white face, broken to saddle, branded F near shoulder. Two Pounds will be paid on recovery of the Filly, and TEN POUNDS on conviction of the thief or thieves, on application to O. FURNER, 6855 New General Stores, Goulburn. Stolen or Strayed, F...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

POROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir William Thomas Denison, Knight, Commander of the most honorable order of the Bath, Governor General in and over nil her Majesty's Colonies of New South Wales, Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia, and Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of Now South Wales and its dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c., &c., &e. \WltmisAs by the Bill passed by the Governor and Legislative Conuneil of New South Wales in the seventeenth year of the reign of HIer Majesty the Queen, intituled "An Act to confer at Constitution on New South Wales, and to grant a Civil List to Her tMajesty," and assented to by IHer Majesty, under the authority of she Act of the Imperial 'Parlisment passed in the session of the eighteenth and nineteenth years of the said reign intituled, "An Act to enable Her Majesty to assent to a bill as amended of the Legis. lature of lew South Wales, to confer a Constitu tion on...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

COAMMERC IAL LUnlet etherwsel expresoed, thi pricre quoted In this article ire those In transactions between tile producer and tie firet pur chaser; not as between one dealer and another, much teus the retail priees.1 IIRAIwOOnI Pntcec CUniENmT.--Fine flour, per ton, £84; wheat, per bushel, lIe.; bran 0a. dI.; matte, 8s.; lay, £11 to LIII per lto, potatoes, per owl 10s. tolls.; fresh butter pter lb., I. to Ia. lid.; salt butter, per It., lud.; cheese, 7d. to 8d.t bacon, 9d, to i0d. QUnAuneTAN PRtICEitS C?uolnNT.-Wbnat, per bushel, 10s. to 10s.0d.; flour, flne, ptertn, £0; secondlt, £87; hread,ll. to 10d, I bran, pe bushel, ' , to le. r ;, ,5. to O. "t. ; bniy' de. flA-, to . . flts, t uIGe.T tiuys. ,per ton, butler, p oit. to s.; ebeese, 0 d. to sit; bacon. Gd. luo ld.; egrg, perloaee, Ir. iad. to l0d.; iotuoo,, lerto, £7 tuf0;bclenttleper h lird, £0 tO. tlu £7 1ne. ; frcept, 10,. lu t0e. tits per lb., fid. ; thides, earb, or,. to 7s.; e gisepeti, tper lb., 4; t. to lit. O?leritec P...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

To the Editor of the Herald. Sin,-Believing your columns to be open to any thing that will benefit the district of Argyle and the colony generally. I ask a portion of your columns for the following remarks:-The largo hall belonging to the Mechanics' Institute willbeo finished about the beginning of the new year, could there not bo an exhibition broatuht forward, to consist of drawings, paintings, and engravings, photography, sculpture, carving, modelling, &c.; articles of furniture, manu. factured leather, harness, saddlery, boots and shoes, and the like; models of manhinery, specimens of handicraft in metal, stone, &e.; wool and fancy work, carthenware, bricks, tiles, &c.; specimens of natural history; raw materials, inclusive of wood, gunms, wool, cotton, silk, stone, metal, clay, jewels, &e.? There is an exhibition similar to this coming forward, and about to take place, in Maitland early next year, and why could we not get up someoothing similar h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

Tun recent parliamentary crisis has come at length Jo its nppropriato termination-a dis solution. It was by many alil along fbrosoon that the Assembly would not pass a lIand bill that any measure for settling the lnnd ques tion prloposed by nay ministry would be re jected. HeInce the ultimate nce site of i dissolution was pretty generdally insisted on. The' result has shown flnt ti.me who took this view of the matter were c'rrect. Of the course taken by ministers diffe'rent opinions will, no doubt, be entertained. Miiny think that the principle of freeon selection be fore survey need not have beeoon insisted on ; and others think that, when defeated on wlhit they regarded is a vital principle, ministers ought at once to have dissolved the Assembly, or to have resigned. But whether the prin ciple of free selection before survey really be imiportant or not, it is evident that the ministry considered it to be so-believed it to be the one grand principle in the grand measure of the sess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers, OPPOSITRI THIE CATHOLIC' CHIAPELi ' VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN.: 1,..494 'GEORGE DAVIS, Late of the Bark Huts' Inn, ' LIVERPOOL ROAD, .)EGS to inform his friends, and the public goner , ally, that he has taken the MULWARR&.EE ZNN, 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, Quoenbeyn, Gunderoo, Cooma, &c., &e. , The house is replete with every, ogoeitlenco, and the greatest care and attention wilbo paid to the roquiremeuts of travellers. There is a SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND, where people can graze their stock S / Fre of Charge. fTIE W"INES AND SPIRITS,,. for qility,'Will be found unsurpassed in the colony; the bed-rooms as comfortable as can be wished. .and • ?a,: ' ' Tý. ': .THE STABLING will be under the care of an attentive groom, and snpnrintended by the advertiser himtelf. C...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

PARLIAMENTARY. FTIDAY"NoV-NOtsEit 9. In the Logislativo Coone Mr. DeAs Tuotseon's motion for a vote of thitnsitt3 Mr,. ,' Halhmilton, for' his orvicoos in re lreh?ou to Steam rPostal Commuunioatioa was unan? musly agreod to. ' . , ' HTu Muse wont Into committoee on the Census Bill, sid disposed of the remaining olauses. 'Mr. iAOAnuI' proposal that the schedules should be made pa t of the Aot beoing negatived without a division, Thit House adjourned to Wednesday next;. The Legislative Assembly mot at twenty-five minutes past throe o'clock, P'epera were laid on the table by Ministers, and ordered to be printed. After some other formal business, , Mr. W tutens moved that the House go into Com mitten of Supply. Mr. lRonars moved, as an amendment, that the continuance in office of the present ministers was contrary to constitutional principles, and detrimental to the public interest. His motion could not hbe con. sidered unfair, as Ministers had night after night challenged the House to ...

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SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 November 1860

?SYDNEA'Y, SFRO1 OUR OWN 000nilESPONIi3NT.] Monday afternoon. 'Tii1 Jeddo cast anchor in Part Jackson at five ,,'click this morninlg, having made a splendid run from Melbourne, The mail was dolivered at eleven. You will have your hands full with tho European Vnews. Italian affairs scornm to bo approaching a ebriss. If Garibahldi go so far nas to lay hands upon Venice, or attempt it, I fear ho will havo made a fosse step, All that weoiear or read points to the frlt, that Eegland's policy Is the formation of a stronig allilance with. all the German nations. The ltola meeting of thie Prince Regent of Prussia with the Aust?lLan Emperor seems to ba confirmatory of this opinion; and if it ho correct, It Is not likely that En gland will countenance any further attempts to himiliato Austria. As to the otears of some, that Russia, Austria, and 1'ruessia, might unite, for tihe purpose of putting a stop to Gnri?aldi's career, and extinguishing this now-born Italian nationality, I hbellevo not ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

HISCELLANEJ~O IS. Thero Rev. G. Martin, Ohancellor of the diocese ofl Exoter, committed suicide at Iarberton, near Totnesson Auust 27, by cutting-his throat. The deceaonsed clergyman was well knuwn to thi majority of peorsons Swho tile: aln interest in clericl a?fairs, having been an nactive member of thIe Lower House :of.tho Convocation of tlio Province of Canterbury since 'its nctunl powers were revided a few yeoars since.- I.e belonged to the aioderat COhurchnparty as distinguished from Archdeacon Denison, Mr. Masingbeord, and.Mr. Selwyn on-he -one -hand' and Sir lIenry Thompsonc Dr. W'Caul, nnd! Mr. hest on the other lile was essentially practical in all his measures, and was alwvays listenodto with marlked attention whdn he addressed the revoroend assinmbly. Mr. IMatlin ws oeducated ' at Now College, Oxford, wheoroeho graduated in'1813, and was shortly afterstards ordaijed bj·r Dr. Corn wall, ~3ishop of Worcestoi', in whose diocese he served several minor'oflicesin the church. ...

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EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. NAPLES AND THE PAPAL STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 17 November 1860

EtJ1?OPJBAN EXTIIACTS. ~APLES AN]) TIE PAPAL 6TATE6, I'?, die 'Ilorne Necws.'] Oun latest telegraphio news contains some additional information with regard to Gari baldi's present position and operations. It appears that as early as the 15ith a con siderablo force of the Dictator's army had occupied Cansarta andt Santa Marian, a short distance on the Naples side of Capuln. That fortified town stards upon the river Volturno; it is armed with lleavsy artillery, and garrisoned by somne 15,000 men. Until it is taken any atntack upon Gaota is ilpossible, nnd from its nearness to Naples it constitutes a standing menace to the new order of things. The king is said to have in Cnpua and Gaeta sRome 60,000 maon, but that estimate is pro bably too high by one-third. lie hasnecx horted them to stand fairly by him to redeeoom their reputation as soldiers, and lie sesis dis p1osed to fight it out with Garibaldi. If- we could suppose that there is any: military vitality surviving in the Neapolitan...

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