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YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. WE :wiNESDAY,' NOVEMBase 14. Beforo Thomas Callaghan, Esq., Chairiman, Edward Slattery pleaded not guilty to an Informa tion which ..charged him :with ;havng, at .Gunary Crook, on the 22nd May, 1858, stolen fourteen sheep, the property of Theos.. Wiling. Thoi prisonerwas?difonded by Mr. Allnaa and: Mr. WValsh. ,Tho orown-prosaeutor, having. stated the. case, called "- .. 'r, :.,;w, ,'Thomas Wilding, who d1oposd: ..I am a settler, and live at Gunary Creek:,m May, 1858, ,I.owhed. about 5000 shoop, vhich wore depasturing about tlihat crook; in;that monti about; thirty, sheop, were lost from one.of thie loiks s.,en thoemorning'of the 21st I' was proeparitg to leave tiome for Molliorree, and while standing in the yard at my house, in com pony with my wife, I saw some iheop, my proeperty, running out of the paddoek to anhid shed whero 1 used to put them duriiig'we 'iitglits'when they were lambs; l ounted the sheep and found there work seventeen; I found, they wore, ...
YASS DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Before Judge Callaghan. J. W. CHISHOLM V. P. FOLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
YASS DISTRICT *COURT. *'i: D NESDAY, NoYv e 1a 14 :, Bofore Judge Callipghatn. :., S J. W. OIIIIIIOLM V.o P. PFOLEY,:. :::.;: .1 ; This case liadh boeiibeforSr the court on a proavdus oceesion, widcn by consoent it was referrod to'arbi trition.. Mr. Wanlst now moved for thoeaplpoltmont of an arbitrator, in aliouof Mr.':Armetrong, whb hlad been asnmed to act, but hadIdoulined. Mr. Devereux appeared for the dofendanit, who also was present in person. Some discussion arpso.as to the surveyor who sbould bd appointed; ovobral names wore men tiopoedand objectedto by defendant, .It was finally nrrungcd that Mi. Tlrompson, the: district survdyor, bhe requested to aet, botlh parties,,biolg allowed' to como in aftorwards niid objectto tlioe award, but the court decided that tliu arbitratbr's d'leisionrwould lrave ol'eut in any furthorpropbrdinge.',~ T time for milking the award to be extendedd to ti~ first day of the next sittings. ... ':', 'i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
r'UIIiH IMPOUNDING ACT on sale at the Herald I Book Mart and Steam Machino Printing Ollico Prico le, post fros, Is, d,. ',:To be Let,> rlBE NARRAWA PUBLIC HOUSE and L STORE, with one hundred acres of ground attached to it (30"acreo of it fenced in), for a term of three or leven years. It is on the main road from Goulburn to the Liombing Flat Diggings. Applic-s.. tion to be made to Mr. WM. SIMONS. Goulburn; Mr. REID, Narrawa; or WILLIAM JAMIESON, 6781 Bland. The Argyle Provident Benefit Building;and Investment Society. NOTICE. filIE ANNUAL MEETING of thbo members of 1.. the above society will take place on WEDNES. DAY EVENING,. the 21st instant, at 7,o'clock, In the TowN HALLr, to receive the Directors' report, hear thile financial state of the Society, and elect officers for the ensuing year, THEOPS. KIRKE, 6862 Secretary. Police Station Bungendore. Department of Public Works, Sydney. 29th October, 1860, rpENDERS willbe receired at this Ofiloo, until T noon of TUESDAY, the 4th De...
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. WILLIAM O'BRIEN V. JOHN O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
TitounsAi,"Novwitn 15. ...,_ WILLIA, O MOINJO'N'0 DRIY:II:;,~ý; This action was brought to reoocr tio. suam of £102, tos.; for; damages by trespass, for rent due, andr:monoy paid' ou account and by order of do: 1The allegations of the plaiht were, in effe t, that, on the lost of October, 18583, and divers other days subsequontly, the defendant's pigs and horses entered upon the land of the plaintiff, and consumed the water and grass on the same, by ,which the plaintiffs cattle and horses were impoverished and 'scattered; that rent was due by defendant to. plain tiff for the nso and occupation of a portion of plain. tif's land; and that the further sum of £10 was due for assessment paid on behalf of defendant by plaintiff. The answer to this was the payment into court of £25 in full of all demands and costs: secondly, not guilty as to the alleged trespass, and not indebted in respect of assessment. ',;Mr. Allman, with whom was Mr. Walsh, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Dovereux f...
THE LACHLAN AND WHEEO ROAD. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
THE LACIILAN AND WIIEEO IOAD. To hoe Editor qf lthe Herald. ,"BSr,--Somo Limo ago I solioited your permission for a sptoo in your valuableO journal, and you kindly granted me it, Now, Air. Editor, in ordir to bh brieof, I am the oldest working-bullook in my master's team. Mly master when I last wroto to you was Mr. Long-whip-drive-hard; but, alal my present master is Ar. Flog-lhard.curao-much, of the township of Crumblo-nmuch. Well, Air. Editor, Inmy sulf and comparnions went 0ome little Iime soince, with almost empty dray andt my master's missus, to Goal burn, and, oh dear mool 1 shall never forget theo hold thnes we had of it, or, as I should ratiher say, th3 bad treatmment we reooivul frets our ornel inastor. HIo almost Ilogged to dealth pooi ? Rliowdy"l and Dadlly; and for what? I shall toll you.- IMy master started on the 23rd of last! montht fromn teio bovy locality, near Rlid's Flat, and we never arrived in Goulburn till the oth instant. This is all awing to the frightfill st...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 November 1860
DIED, On the 17th instant, at her residence, Alton, near Gunning, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of Mr. GEORGE WATE, after a long and painful illness, borne with christian fortitude, aged 54 years. Father of all, we bow to thy decree, &nbsp; Severe, yet merciful, Thy will be done. WEDNSD NOVn e 21 180. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1860.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
T" iMI3Ounl NDI; ACT onole hal t tim Haritidd Too!a~rt Ojid Stoain t~acblino 1'riiitlngr Offico Prico Is,; post froo, Is, 3d. S , .... ONCE MORKE! !-: The small dose of Homesopathy, hasoveroomoe .'the 'obstinaoy of some 'of the ucpposecl inoeirableo'D isette." . .... TES... STIMONIALS .............. I :.IIBREIBY~certify; that' I suffered for twelve years whtln abad'live '::coniplaiet, and received the attendanoc.of snyeral modical Imon, but fouod ;ry llttlllof, till fortuinitey :I; tield Dr. Moore, at ,whcliteio I was sofferhioowith severe pains loss of PPotdi;,lemi? i ng;'nd great woeaoiidss, Wliihehishald so aloii desp[t.cp a b odire ;a but. I had n?fot? takbn ma?ly dosesbof mdoicidn'o fron Dr ., oordi.i1~,l i,1I began rapl idly to linproea;mcoo' i frc" fronlpio dr 'onbo ojiodenjoying bdttor hecaith. thuo I lhavo doin for;soiiid years. Givon"i udieo'rmy Iahid, tiss day, August 21st., '. . J ?,'T 3 I, " : ',:: "JaNET BUSH, ..... ............... 3 ae Crook, Gunning. Copiedljfroeo do...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
IdISCBLLANI2 O US. : iho. following gossip about the Cor;rt in Scotland is taken! from the 'Inverness. Conrior':-On :Tuesday afternoon [Soptem ber 4.th] a gentloman drove to the door of the coomfortablo inn or Ilotel, knowyn as ?ie Grant's Aims, in the centre of tile open square which coistitutes thle village of Grantownj the capital of Strathispey. Ho obtineod asitdienco of' the landlady, .Mrs.' Glass, a nd. said 'lhs wishod to ongfage0 the wholohouseo that night for a newly married couplb' and their' iniutd. 'The' worth hostess dointirrod, as "sh' mioght thus oxcluno some of her best customers; but the applicant was very. civil, as well as urgeont, and gave assurance thant the party wore " highly rosppctablo.". There was ieo differ onooe as to toerms, and Mr's.' Olass.was'told tliat she would be glad aftoiwards to linbi~' 'thit she had stretched a point to accommodlate the liityj.: 'In. tlhise circumstances an:.arrang's nmont was come to, and the occupants of thoe house at the tim...
SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
SYDYN) Y. (rnoM oun OWn conntErIONuENT.J Thursday afternoon. Tore political news this morning is highly gratifying to the liberal interest, Forn long time past it hIad boen very plain that thie absence of Mr. Cowper f~rom the Assembly had boon a causo of serious damage to the ministry, while, at the same time, his Ipresenco did no good in the Council. At the pro. sent time, particularly, it was felt that MIr. Cowper 'alone was the man who ought to command the libe ral forces., I am happy to say, tlhat the represents. tions and suggestions wlnes had beeoon made oin this head have hadi the desired effect. Mr. Robortson has informed Mr. Cowpor, that he tlinks it timeno for the latter to reteumo Iis position as premier of tihe oloh'r, and loader of the Assembly, Roborteon ro tanlng osieo under him as irnd secretary. This exoactly meets the views of thie liboral party outsihi) and the result, I have no donbt, will he tile election of Cowpor at thie Ihead of thie poll for East Sydney, The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
Wanted, TEAMS for Kiandra, Marengo, and Lambing I Flat. 6941 B. BENJAMIN. A Wanted, A FEMALE SERVANT, who thoroughly under stands cooking. Mrs. E. BUTLER, 6925 a .. arket-square. ;..:. ,.Wanted, GI.A;aRL from ten to fourteen years, as Nurse, L a.::aud to make herself otherwlae useful.- Apply ;,o Mrs;RILEY, Herald office., · 6938 - - r:_r;:·, Wanted, rlA RESPECTABLE WOMANas BOUSEMAID, . A' for the country. Apply at the 'Herald'ofieo. Shepherds Wanted :i:T Pomeroy, on . tlo: Upper W llondllly .. Families proforred. Apply to ?" 1 ;; · THOMAS WOORE, 6'7 93rJ Pomoroy, 1 One Hundred Pounds Reward. ' RETHEREAS, on thle night of SATURDAY, the YW 1lth instusant, TW of my WORKING BUL rLOCKS wore maliciously SIlO1 ', in the paddocks at Ounnary Creek, by some evil disposed person or persoas, I hereby give notice that I will pay a reward of ONE HUNDRIED POUNDS to any person who will give such information as will loead'to the conviction of the offender or offeuders. THOMAS WILDING. Burrowa, 17th ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. , TIim GouLnpRN CoURT or QUARTERcSESsIONS" was opened yosterday with thn usual formalities at the court house. llas Honor Judge Callnighan tooln his seat at half-past ten o'clock, with a full attend anoe of jirrors, witnesses, and others. Ilis Honor, addlresosing the court, said that he had made overy inquiry but ould hear no tidings of. the whereabosto of the crown-proscnutor, Mr. Temploton. Hie mueli regretted the in'ooenvonleoc and loss of time oooa snioned to the public,, and also the injustice of de tainiling prisoners longer for.trial than was necessary, and dleclaroed thit he coolsidrod the qonduct ol Mr. Tomploton highly disrospcntful both to tho publia audlimsoelf. In the long period during wblhiu ho (Judge Callaglhan) hold tlhe oltico of crowa-proso. outor, hoe had never oono keopt the court valting for live minutoes; hIo doomed want of punctuality a neo leot of dulty, His Honor, with some farther remarks as to the uneertnisty of Mr. Tompleton's movom...
COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
CO)MMERGR1AL. : ·· ---9- HI ttOnL Office, Friday evreneing. TIEnar has been some tritling improvemenrt In business during the weeb. l'reodueoe Is still heag hwekod about at prices whth must he rtunous to tile prodnor. Cheere hen been otiered as tow as 3d. pe rpound, and no buyerr. MO~tessrs i laO lN mn Ci. reprt :--Slook --Tite wreek we hate sold 7 hben othoresr, at front£5 it. to £21. Three hue boou a eltghlby Imperord dotmnnd for draught horoc, but requlrr tnents hbaoe ten In snort crot rer" quictly suppltod at tow to meedum roto. tte nmartoet ,urrllyty te srr altatk, and In thb absence of some demind rfrol wlttont, there aprmors In be very lttlto tlielithood of t recttion ttitse yar. Mfssrs. FISLtto A.N Co. report :--Fat ettl.-'-bhls meartet remtatn the enote a whtenu lest reportld. The trade for ttte preerent It well tuoptlitd, and io tndurement otfored to stnd . cattle In. ttorsse--A tnrgenumnber tore pi?n?d througt otto hnuds Tthoeo eold by uIt on TuPedey were of a bttter de e...
To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
To Ite Editor of the Herald. Ss,--So general a dissatisfaction withour Municipal Council pervades the community that I deem no apology necessary for directing attention to its doings, with reference to the lately advertised contracle.r for thu first four contracts tenders were invited, and duly sent in bh five competitors on Thursday, the 15th instant. VWhen opened it appeared that tile telders of four of the parties were considerably in advance of the estimate of the town-surveyor. hI' fifth tender was for the precise amount indicated in the confidential report to the council by its own officoer. The names and terms of the four tenderers have been already published in youir journals they are those of persons well known as men of knowledge and experience, upon whose judgment reliance may be placed, and each one of them might reasonably be expected to carry out his engagements in a credit able manner both to the town and himself. The terms of these four parties, when compared, approx...
PALE ALE: AN INCIDENT OF THE SIKH WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
PALE ALE: AN INCIDENT OF 'TPlE 8BKII WAR. (From Mto Times, Septecmber oih.) Dunsoa the last Sikh war an officer in a reo gimont marching upon the Sutlej reoeived in telligence freom his agoet in England that ?a legacy of £1500 had fallen to his lot, thoein formation being naccompanied by a business ilke request tolmnow "how ha would takeo it." IThe oyung gentleman, af'ter duo reflection, ind perhaps consultation with his comrades, replied that he would " take it in pale aloe," and the full value was accordingly romitted to him in the artiole of his choioo. The story created some amusement in the caml, ansi bespoke, no doubt, a certain exuberance of liberality on the part of thebo legatee, but the decision, after all, was less oxtravagant than it say aplpear. Good ale, under the circnm stainces, was almost the first necessary of life, :and the fact has since boon so practically recognised that in the year 1858 the consign monts of that boverago to India on account the troops 'rbachle...
THE WEATHER, THE FLOODS, AND THE RAILWAYS. (Abridged from the Empire of Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
THE WEATHER, THE FLOODS, AND THE RAILWAYS. S(Abridged from tie Erpicec of Tuedoa.) TilE Southern districts lying between the coast and the great dividing range havo again boeen visited by a flood scarcely less dlisastrous in its consequenco Ihan Ibthe floods of April and July. For some days past, as our rcaders are already aware, it has rained almostinceosa tly, and the rain lhas been accom panied by honvy easterly gales. On Saturday the hlrst indications of nothor flood manifested them :olves--the whole of tile low lands between Liver pool and Camden were covered with detached accu mulations of water, that throutened at any moment to be converted into an int..lation. Between Liver pool and COlnpbolltown, the back water came down so rapidly on saturday morning, as to submerge a portion of tihe railwvay. The engineer of the first train to Caiip~iolltown deemed it imprudent to i'oceed thither under the circumoslnnees and stops were immediately taken to forward a number of men to open ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water .:,Lemonade and C... i. rdial Manufacti~urers,.. : ( POSITrE TIlE CATHOLIO CUIIAPIL ' VERNER.STR.EET, GOULIUtRN. - 5404 (EORGE D]iAYIS, Late of' the. Bark Huts Inn, " .", ~:": :LIVERPOOL .OA . .. , EGS to. Inform his frioends, nod tlhe public goner JJ . ally;: that he has taken tle .. .WETU.W A1L'REE 2111 , adjoining Thorn's Crossing-place, contiguous o. the town.oftGoulburn, and on . .... The dirdct' Road to the 'Sndoy Rior ..: :.;: ": . . . Diggings, as well a a ito Briidwood, B1ungendore; Qucanboian, Gartduroo, Cooma, &c;, &c. - ' The house Is replete with verj rconvniiienc,andil the greatest card and attention will be paid to the renurcmonts of travell ':' h L ister is a'' ''''' .SPLENDID CAMPING GROUND,. slicr iinid'f~ 'irni`ui wiere ?olep cti, grazo thl stock .nree of Chiarge,. ..: !PHE WINES AND SPIJ?12S,4 fIr dsality, Ill br fourid us?rpJassod ,in the colbiiiy .th? bed-ropoms as conifoititblo as cen be i?vlhed, THE .BTABLI...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
On leading article and other matter already in ypo--including the report of thie Argyle Building iolity, and on interesting communication from Bydoy--is omitted from our prenent issue, in conseo quence of the receipt of a number of advertisemente late iolast evening, r r
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
BIRTH, On the 18th instant, at her residence, Goulburn Stores, Queanbeyan, Mrs. A. LEVY, of a son, MARRIED, On Tuesday, Norember 20th, by specia license, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, son of HENRY FORSTER, Esq., Goveronor of Goulburn Gaol, and grandson of the late CAPTAIN ROBERT FORSTER, of Newry, to MARY, eldest daughter of JAMES MARSDEN, Esq., of Ottiwell House, Goulburn.—The cere- mony was performed at the Church of St. Saviour's, by the Revd. Wm. Sowerby, and at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, by the Revd. W. Lanigan. DIED, On the 20th instant, at her residence, Cowper-street, Goulburn, BRIDGET, the boloved wife of Mr. JOHN HARDWICK, after a short illness, leaving a husband and nine children, and a largo circle of friends to deplore her loss, aged 39 years.
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND, DEFEAT OF THE WAIKATOS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 November 1860
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND, DEFEAT OF THE WAIKATOS. . (F1e, the . AM. Herald.) BY the arrival of tihe Prlnoo Alfred from Nelson, we have New Plymiouth papers to the 10th instant. We qooto from the 'Taranaki Herald' of that date, the followlug highly importhnt neows. That journal says: The most brilliait nnd dosperately contested as tion ever yet reoarded ila the annals of Noew Zoeland, was fouglt oi' the 6th November, at Mahoetahi. On one side were arrayied the Waikatos resolved to win the day, and deluded with the notion (slneo:ex pressed by one of the prisoners) that they hlad only to lire a few rounds to accomplish this1 and on. the other side our own forces were arrayed, equally re solved to conquer, and allay the presumption of the enemy. The main body of the Wailkatos lay in a raupo swamp weoll concealed from observation, and another b odyouped an ntrenlohmont on the crest of etai ill, in which were some ontreeched whares. The 65th detachment, which had formed the advance guard du...