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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. INTER-COLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860
LOCAL 1NTELLIGEN'E. INTER-COLONIAL CRICKET MATCII. Turls match commenced on Thursday. The Vie torians went inl first and scored 56. At three o'clock the following public telegra was received from R. l)river, junior, Esq.- Illrhoattl . Brown ............................................ 1 Bray e. lillIard ............................ ......... lIuddlcston e. llurray .................... ........... 13 Brya t o. Illsrd ....................................... . 3 iirslhnll b. Murray .......................................... 4 Wlu ls b. M urray ................................................ 4 H rorres rue out ............................................... 2 Byes, 8; wides, 2; no ball, 1 ...... 11 46 At the termination of the first innings (half-past four) of tire Victorians, the following was received: The eleven Victorians are dawn for 56 runs. The ground is well lined with spectators. Odds 3 to 2 on Sydney. Iurray's bowling is splendid, and fielding very good. Tihe follorving was s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 February 1860
Wanted, "FOR the Country, a superior Married Couple Man as Cook, wife as Laundress and House Servant. Apply to Mr. BRADY, Vorner-street. 4893 Education. A GENTLEMAN, capable of imparting a sound English educatioq, the classics, German, and French if required, is desirous of an engagement in a private family. Address, DELTA, aringo, Burrowa. 4899 Tuition. A GENTLEMAN of education and ability, per .,' fectly conversant with the French language, upon a thoroughly grammatical knowledge of which heI an bestowed much care and attention, is desirous of being received into a family of respectability, in the capacity of Tutor, and trusts that his acquire ments would be duly appreciated. Emolument with him is a secondary consideration, his chief aim being to obtain the kind of home and society to which he has been accustomed. Satisfactory testimonials will be given. Please address D., care of Rev. C. Cutclifle, B.A., Goulburn. 4894 Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED sober Women as HOUSE A. MAID. Apply at ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
CUOMAER CJAL, LUeless etherblot epreend, tle peicee quotod In thi arttlelo re tbose In tranusctions between the producer end tile tirst pur ohaer; not .o between one dealer and another, much less the retotiprleea.' . Ian looe.--Ino flour, pere ton, £0; rtieton ditto £tf; oheat, ter bushel, C.; brtn,, ,C.; ouat, 80. to 8t. Cld.; moite, 7I. to 8o. C1t.; tloy, £0 to L19; lotatoet, per Otot., l1s.; frclt butter. per tn., Co. 0d. to 1C. Cd.: ti tintee, tt.Cd. to to. Cd.; terese, cld. to iCd. r bacon, ts. to to. hd. ATtnltoST.-- ftno loaur, per ton, £25; heeond,sditto, £20 to Clt; rn, ert, t n tO h., oyollnrd, vltr.; eheat, per boertd. Ct to o. nd. No nuet d eatln tote nltreo Weet. ofoeor.- Pltue tlour, per toe, LaO'; teonds, ditto, £18 b , per buelt, Ie. Cd.; wheaot 7w . Cd. to 8s.; tioe, 0e . 0d. to at Cd.; ats. td. to Cu. d.; he, a Cd. to '2. CO.; bread, cd.; hoeo, per tb., 2C. to Ct.; mutton, 4d. to 4,t,;e cte.ete, 7d. to 8 d.; bhcon, 80. to Om.; lrtd, Cd. to 7d.; talyl, La, s0nd O tr...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
At 'Marul?non the 30th tiay of January, frodi Lockyersleigh;b damages £l:--One black horse, star on forelhead, declsed tail, JR over like YS near shoulder, aged, 16 hands high. If not released on or before the 24th February, will be sold.&-. McCarty, Poundkeeper. 3s.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BERRIMA. On Wednesday, the 7th day of March next. COUNTRY LOTS.—CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
(O VERINMENT NOTICE'8. CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT TaHE POLICE OFFICE, BEooIIA. On Wedneda, ithe&h dCay of lMarc;h next. ". COUNTIRY LOTS.-CAIDEN. Lot 1, 25 acres 32 perches; lot 2, 92 acres roods; lot 3, 40 acres-portions 9-1 to 9-3, at the Single rTree flill, Slittagong, adjacent to the south east corner of J. Buchkman's 202 acres I rood, The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. oSUURtAN LOTS.--AT MURItttDA. Lot 4, 10 acres-portion 7, at ilurrimba. Lots 5 to 8, 5 acres each, allotments 1 to 4 of sec tion 10. TiThe upset price of the above lots is £2 10s. per TOV? LOTS.-AT BUTTON FORBEST. Lots 9 to 28, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 20 of section 2. Lots 29 to 38, 2 roods 12 perches each, allotments I to 10 of section 3. Lots 39 to 48, 2 roods 12 perches each, allotments 1 to 10 of section 4. Lot 49, 2 roods 8 perches; lot 50, 2 roods 2 perches; lot 51, 1 rood 36 perches; lot 52, 1 royd •0.perclhes; lot 53, 1 rood 24 perlches; lot 54, 1 roodbl 19 perches; lot 55, I rood ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
[l'e consinnspoiwiyrnvc. [Wea are desirous that our nolunln· dlouht be regarded n| open to ' nll parles, ondtwe era therefore nilllng to a ive Inlerlnn to tll tenlp, racly and Intellltlblg wrllten Ictte0 on *uldreet of puolite Ihtreert, even thcuth the opinions advanced may be dlnmoelootlly oppoelto to our owno. SNOWY RIVER.GOLD-FIELD)S. To the Editor of the Goultburn Hrrald. Mr. EDrron,-The following is about as correct an accoont of these new diggings as any that has yet appeared. Johnson's party of four in three days netted 15t ozs. 11 dwts. 13t grs.; Sonitil and sons, after pavintg for their outfit, have got £1000 worth of gold in 14 hours; and Joenklins and Brown's party are now working up to their ktntes in gold--their dilieculty is to get thie earth out of the gold, and not to get the gold out of the earth. Brown has already sent £10,000 to England, to redeem the estate of lIrown Itall from its mortgages. One swould thinkl that the last claim would be rushed, but, on the coot...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT. On Monday, the 12th day of March next. COUNTRY LOTS.—BUCCLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
S AT TO? POLICE OFFICEo, TOMUT. On Monday, the 12th dIly of March next. OOUNTRY LOTQ.- UCCLEUGI. Lo5 1, 90 acres; lot 2, 62 acres; lot 3, 115 ncres 2 roods; lot 4, 141 acres; lot 5, 145 acres; lot 6, 103 acres; lot 7, 107 acres; lot 8, 97 ncres; lot 9. 54 ncres; lot 10, 50 acres; lot 11, 53 acres; lot 12, L51 nacres; lot 13, 47 acres 2 roods; lot 14, 27 acres; lot 15, 42 acres 2 roods; lot 16, 56 acres; lot 17, 48 acres; lot 18, 75 acres; lot 19, 47 acres; lot 2t, 687 ncres; lot 21, 40 ncres; lots 22"and 23, 19 acres .2 roods each; lot 24, 30 acres; lot 55, 33 acres; lots 2.,and 27, 19 acres roolds each; lot 28, 30 nros portions 1 to 28, abouto 8 miles south.easterly trdm Gndslogai, within the Brulnsselo ReIrve, on tin Tumn;t River anod Brulngble Creek, near their cotnlu Tile upset price of the abovk lots is £1 pnr acre. TOWNs LoTB.--TaUr.?U. Lots 29 to 33,2 onods encl, lloutments 2 to 6 of section 12. Lots 34 and 35, 2 roods each, allotments 10 mid 12 of section 15. Lot 30, 2 roods...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BEGA. On Tuesday, the 13th day of March, 1860. COUNTRY LOTS.—AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
AT THiE POLiCa OFFICE, BEGA. On Tuesday, the 13th day of larch, 1860. COUNTIY LOTS.--AUCKLAND. Lot 1, 72 acres-portion 7, on the left bank of Bega tiver, adjacent to the south boundary of the Twofold Bay Pastoral Association's 508 acres, and boout B mile above the town of Bega. The upset price of the abovo lot Is £1 per acre. SUBURBAN LOTS.-AT BEGA0. Lot 2, 2 acres 2 roods, allotment 0 of section 13. The upset price of the above lot is £3 per acre. Lots 3 and 4, I acre I rood each, allotments 3 and 4 of.section 15. The upset price of thle above lots is £4 per acre. Lot 5, 2 acres 2 roods, allotment 2 of section 16. Lot 6, 3 acres 3 roods, allotment 1 of section 17. The upset price of tile above lots is £3 per acre. Lot 7, I acre 1 rood, allotment 2 of section 17. The upset price of the above lot is £4 per aro. Lot 8, 3 acres 2 roods 36 perches, allotmeht I of secetion 18. The upset price of the above lot is £3 per acre. Lot 9, 5 acres 3 roods 1 perch, allotment 4 of section 18. The ...
(From our Sydney Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
(-x.. w s cyney .vrrrespeaent ] The D)ecenlber mail arrived yesterday at Kangaroo Island, and the telegrams have come through; but there is really very little in tile news. England continues her prepara tions for war, notwithstanding that she sent Lord Cowley andi Lord Wodehouse to the Paris Cougress, which is to meet on the 19th 'January. It is not likely that much good will result firom this ga'thering. Already Russia is said to be sulky becauso two conm pnrative ouisidere like Lords Cowley and Wodehouse are sent to meet such a remarka bly ,reat gan as Prince Gortschakoffl: Then Cardinal Antonaelli is to habe there, and he, it is ,saitld, will iput in a claim for precedence over the representatives of all the other potentates. f:eyoud the chance of a quarrel amongst thbemselves, I fear that there is not much to be hoped for fiom this congress. The Suez canal taffair seemts still likely to brew mischief. All the powers represented at the Porte, with the excepltion of Englad, had mt...
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
COi~MMEiEULAL AND MIONETARY. The money marinret has been in a stateo of oase and hralthy activity during. the month; dicbunt ratn uni:altered. The 'NNew Churn' and 'Anglesey' are still at sea. After considerable buoyancy dnrieg greater part of the mlonth, Consols are rather depres sed at present; latest price, 95 ex div. Indianlu secirities generally, and British railway stock have beea in great domand, and at enhanced prices. Australian Government debentures are in good request. Victoria, April and October, 110.1 to ;; ditto, January and July, 108. News:South Wales, 101 to 102. South Aus trali:an, 82; Union of Australia, 50. ; South Australin, 31. London Chartered, 28.. Four ne\w marine assurance companies arel in course of incubation. The proposed capital of the New London and Western Australian Bankl is to be £100,000, in £25 shares. Thlree of the names published as trustees have been withdrawh from some unexplained cause. The London Charteredl Bankl of Australia have declared a ...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
PARLIA MENTARY. TnURSDAyT-_tEnRUARY 4. The Assembly met at twenty-five minutes past bree' o'cloek. On the motioni of Mr. Dalley aroturn of all correspondence relative to the alipointment, to and removal from the comnmision of the peace of Mr. Ililey, was ordered. A motion of Mr. Scott that a sim not exceeding £3236 10s. 6d., be voted as compensation to Mr. J. Mooro Dillon, in lien of his pension of £21G 13s. 4d. :per annum, was negatived. Dr. Lang moved that the Assemblies Three Years Bill be read a third time. Mr. Oxley moved that the bill be read a third time that day six montlhs. le thought the bill was un called for, and wici a mere attempt to gain popularity by placing additional power in the hands of the lower orders. The third reading was also opposed by Mr. 'iddington, Mr. Hay, Mr. Forster, Mr. Darvall, and Mr. loberts, supported by Mr. Robertson, Mr. Hart, Mr. Gray, Mr. llolsins and Mr. Terry, and linally lost on a division by 21 to 19. The rest of the business was of littl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
IW AG AZ X IS. TO SUBSCRIBERS. THE following are the terms of subscription to the various periodicals, the variety and number of which will shortly be increased : £ sd. d £ a; d' Illustrated London News, six months in advane ......... I 3 6 postpaid 1 6 o Illustrated News of the World, ditto... I 5 6 .dlito I 8 0 Illhstrated Times, 1 - ditto........ .....0. 13 6 ditto .0 16 LondonJourn.l,ditto 0 60 0 dito 0 7 6 Family llerald, ditto 0 0 0 ditt o 07 6 itoynolds' Miscel lany,ditto ......... 0 0 ditto 0 7 6 Ho..eMngazino,dilto 0 0 0 ditto . 0 7 6 Chalobers's Journal, ditto.................. O 7 6 ditto .0 9 0 All the Year Round, ditto.................. 0 9 0 ditto -0 11I 0 Punch, ditto ......... O 13S 6 ditto 0 15. 0 ' Herald' osice, December 19th. 1859. For Sale. A POUR HORSE POWER THRASHING MACHINE. with separater (English), in coin plete working order, for sale cheap. Apply to 4847 J. FULIJAMES. AUTUVgEN DRA iPERY. TIIHE undersigned respectfully intimates that, on WEDNESDAY next, he...
THE SAN JUAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
THE SAN JUAN QUESTION. V President Buchanan's- Mnssage,, whicl is! now expected avery bout, will give us offeial' and authentic information about the relatbons between Great Britain and. the Unted States. In the mean!lhile the last news fim Washington on this sulject is clearer md more definite than any yet received, and by far more satisfacetry, for it appears. tiat General Scott was instructed to withdraw the force fromnSan Juan Island, which had tak~n possession, and to propose joint occupation on the part of the two Governments- until the questions of right were settled in a proper way. This is all that England woull hlarv drecd. ee, 1 therm, i al oub-nSh v&et o GSOv Douglass has by this time been aithlorised to agree to the proposal of the United Stated The fact that Governor Douglass ordered thi British force to retire is evidence that General Scott's mission was a just and pacific one.
NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. (Continued from our last.) SAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
)D' RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. fly 5. 5. fi. *(Contiiuett fronm oua last.) SSD WuiRItC. Tum. three months, or thertaboutti that suc .eseded our young pCollin'8 umariaga passed ,away ver i app1ily. All united end aided ench oihni the rnfaring occupations, tihus waking toil lighter and inore cheerful, and reducing expendiiture. Beasie's love fur her husband wan un bounded; her very life seetmed wrappied up in his. For him alone she livctl and breathed; far hnm alto offered up her sacred prtayerm, of late praying, with increased fervour, that be might not be 'tied into temptation." *Business abouti thia time led Ned fr-a quently from boime, particularly to the town shinp. For the first few trips he was all etigernesa to retitrn, without one minutte'a needleas deitty, butt eacht eucceetling journay hiecamee inure ptrolonged. The day would he far slient, the eon would set, era Bessie'a anxious wvatchiings were reiviriled by tha wvelcome eight ofrher returning litisaniL At length dush...
SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
L?Foa OUl OWN COnnEIl oNrisnU T.] Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. Oun own political news is nothing to wonder at-at least to me. Your readers will see that Mr. fL?rster has hoisted his flag at last, having voted for Mr. Oxiey's motion against Dr. Laig's Triennial Par liameni ts Bill, and thus established his dissent from the politicians who would favour thi views of tio ' lower orders." How Dr. Lang can continue ti sit and vote on the miniistsrial side after this, is a puzzler. His services to the colony have been g~eat, but surely ho has no right to expect that thesoen-ill excuse him for upholding politicians of the Oxloy order, and such is evidently Mr' Forster. In fat, the division on this question seems completely to do fine the parties, though how Mr. Byrnes got int? ho majority is a mystery. I forgot in my last to notice tho report that tr. Wise was to be ajudge, and Mr. Faueett, Attorney General. The report is generally believed to bo true. I do not see much to object to in the app...
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
MU~NICIPFAL ELECTION. YEsTERDAY was the day appointed by the Munici polities' Act Ifor tile election of three aldermen in place of Messrs. Davies, Chalfield, and Thorn, and of two auditors instead of Mlessrs. P'hillips, and Richards, who retired by rotation. -Very little interest appeared to be manifested, and about thirty persons only were present. After \vaiting half-an-hour, the mayor, at half p)at twelve openoed the proceedinogs by eplailning the object for wlilth they were called together. He pro posed to take the nomnination of tihe centre ward first, then for the soutah ward, then for the north ward, and lastly to proceed with the election of auditors. Mr. W. JL,ETctltE proposed, and Mr. If. S. CLAIKtE seconded the nomination of Mr. Joseph Collins for the contre ward. There being no opposition, Mr. Collins was de clared duly elected. Mr. H. Mi?tilEotL proposed, and Mr. Jolte KELLY secondetl, the tnouination of Mr. Marsden for the south Ward. Mr. MARSDEN proposed, and Mr. J. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
rllIlE friends of Mr. RIICUARD LAMIB aro re, I spectflhlly invited to attend the FUNERAL of the late WILl.IAM B ARIl)MAN, which sill take plaee this day, at I o'clockt. The procession will move from Mr. Lawlor's, Barleycorn Inn, at tihe above named hour, C. FITZPATRICK, 4923 Undertaker. IllltE friends of thie nlate Mr. HAIRRISSON are i respectfully requested to attend his FUNERAL, which will takel place thlis oveniug; at 4 b'lclck. The procession will form at Cohen's Comsmercial htotel. C. FITZPATRICK, 4922 Undertaker. Wanted, A BLACKSMITHc one who can shoo. Apply to J. H. KING, Sloano-street. 4832 Wanted, A HOUSEMAI D. Apply at the Chequers inn. 4017 Tuition. A GENTLEMAN of education and ability, per £ fectly conversant wsih the French laonguage, upon a cboroughly grammatical knowledgs of which he has bestowed much care and attention, is desirous of being received into a faunly of respectability, in the capacity of Tutor, and trusts that his acquire mneotls would be duly appreciate...
THE ADELONG CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860
Tile ADELoNo tInEEL?t BIIDOE.-The lest pile of the bridge now erecting over the crelek, at tile cross ing.place, was driven last week. The event was celebrated with the usual hilarity at tlte llome Hotel. The works are progressing rapidly, consider. inlg the excessive heat of thoe past fortnight, but the men employed islmake a practice of cotommenciog work at day-break, nod take a spell durieg the extrcme hube of the duy.-° Adelong hiuing Jounrul,'