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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

Ca~1lh1ER1CIAlL. t-oeto off.icet, F£1da evening £1. '1om ootnt o oo oof yenc ltonuatlootookd losLeon eer 12inweoool g mus~~t l," ly to oo lohl I Co oslolol andgoo i ow o Yea teno O S. Esoye ait d sigh toss~oyy Isihs prsoe Iof _o0 hal tloo; Mososrs, aIso , Alxnert.Co l_ hl Mess5V5. FPierA AiD Co. report:-Thisi sssstt stilt sreantsls ssithosst thts slightsstt animastisss. Steele of evssy detscipttsos is plststifssl, andt Is likely to sssntisse ts, the dettsssss being vsry far short oftstiersuppl~y. Yestessday stoierll t u ytssds Riooslsssp, but slsfslly stockedL arethe tltsstde that the weres stisthtlt.' wttsllttt tts oftsr. ttShop.- ltisttttl s nqiy at pret senti. Wit Itttss ont ltsd fsstst si to e ighti thtoutts tepimes motre stttthest fstt dti~spslttt ptivteily. Ilotses.-Wo htste sold ltttittg lttthwektt fst t'tttlsstl t ftls StittoC 40Cl.

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SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

*SYDNEY. (From our own Correspondcnt.) Monday afternoon. On Saturday, 19th January, the Governor-Geno ral intends to review the volunteers, I believe in Ilydo Parkts; on the same day he will hold a levee at Government House, when no doubt a large number of the colonists will attend to bid farewell to one of the best though least obstentatious Governors tlhat this colony ever had. There was a very large at. tendance at Government house, on the 20th January, 1855, when poor old Sir Charlesfitzroy was about to leave, and surely we may expect an equal tribute to Sir William Denison. The Melbourne papers bring news of the deanth of Mrs. Thompson, wife of a money broker of that city, whose dress accidentally caught fire and burnt her so fearfully, that she died soon afterwards. A few days ago, a break belonging to Mr. Oakes, of Parramatta, caugbt fire on the railway between Liverpool and Camnpbelltown, owing to a spark from the engineo falling upon the tarpaulin that covered it; tlhe trai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

'PELCAN INN, J0'CTION OF TII0 BRAIDWOOD AND BANGALORE ROADS, Bix Miles from Goulburn, RICHARDI) DAY 'IBESPEOTFULLY hogs to inform his friends and .1. the travelliog public that he has OPENED n NEW INN at TItIANNA, at the junction of the Braidwood and Bangalore Roads, siax miles from Goulburn. The house is quoito new, contains fourteen rooms, and has all the appliances necessary for a first-rate roadside iun. THE STABLES, in particular, are all that could be desired, and it will be the study of the advertiser to obtain the best of forage and the attendance of a good and careful groom. The Wines and other Liquors have been selected with great care, and a trial will prove that, in quality, they are second to none in the district. A GOOD TABLE is kept, and nothing is spared to give satisfaction to all who may call. THE BEDROOMS are clean and airy, and will be found of the most c - omtortabloe character. GOOD ACCOMMODATION PADDC00KS are attached to the premises. In conclusion, It. DAY in...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

VICTORIA. (From th Weeklry Argus.) Tne defalcations of Mr. W. 1. Litchfield, the lato secretary to the Pilot Board of Victoria, who left his office some ton days since, subsequently ad mitting by letter that he was a defaulter to a con siderablo amount, are now discovered to be between £3000 and £4000. A reward of £150 is oltfored for his apprehension; but ht has hitherto successfully evaoded pursuit. Ite has left behind him a witfe and six young children, totally unprovided for. It ap pears that thei government auditor had just com pltted his overhautl of the aecounts, whoaen thei deo. ficiency was discovered, and Mr. Litchfield ab sconded. The Inglawood correspondent of the ' Mount Alexander Mail' reports that Mr. Wheeler (one of four owners) has sold ai third share in the prospect. ing and No. 1 claims on the Columbian Reef, Ingle wood, for £5000. There is i steam-engine no0s oas its way frao Geelong to Ballarat, which is the largest used "fef mininsg purposes, and probably the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

Wanted, N SINGLE MAN to milk two cows, and otlher wise to make himself generally useful. Apply to Mr. JOHtNSON, Grafton-street, Goulburn. 7223 Wanted, TEAMS, to convey wool to Sydney. Apply GEORGE CAMPBELL. Duntroon, 28th December, 1860, 7100 VACANCIES for a FEW RESPECTABLE BOARDERS, at the Goulburn Hotel. 7185 Convent for the Sisters of Mercy, Goulburn. A BAZAAR will be held at COLLECTOR, on MONDAY, the 7th, for the purpose of raising funds for the erection of a Convent for the Sisters of Mercy. As the object is one of great importance, the inhabitants of Collector are. solicited to do their utmost in assisting. Several ladies will leave Goulburn for the purpose of holding the Bazaar. and it is hoped that the good ladies of Collector will exert themselues in forward ing this very excellent work. 7202 Special Religious Services. cP'ECIAL MEETINGS, for prayer and exhorta ke tion, will be held in the vestry of the Wesleyan Chapel during the week commencing on Monday, the 7th instant. ...

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SINGULAR AND DISTRESSING CASE OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

SINGULAR AND DISTRESSING CASE OF SUICIDE. (From the New York Herald.) A peculiar and distressing tragedy occurred at NIo. 221, West Thirty-sixth-street, New York, on Sunday evening. Tihe particulars of the case, as furnished to our reporter yesterday, are as follows: In the month of February last, a young and really beautiful girl, named Josephino Clifton Lyon. was forced to quit tmhe residence of her parents in First street, in consequence, as site says, of the repeated and apparently determined efforts of her fixther to induce her to lead the lifo of a common courtesan. She fled to the residence of a friend of hers, named Jennings, where she remained in safety until she could procure a. suitable boarding-house. Subse quently, in tihe month of MIarch, she went to live with a married lady in Maedougall-street. hero she remained until Junbs, when her father, discovering her place of conceanlment, had her arrested and brought before Justice Quackenbush. She refused to go to the house ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

NOTICE TO ADVElTISERS. A TTENTION is invited to the old established I rule that orders for withdrawals or alterations. for Wednesday's issue, must be sent to this onlico, Is WRITING, I, EFOIO TWELI,,IVo O CI.OCt ON MoNDAsY; and for Saturday's issue, m'trolir es't:tYv O'CLOCK ON TIIUIIDsoAY, otherwise they cannot be attended to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial VIanufacturers, PPOSITE TIIE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 [A CARD.] FOX AND SON, HAY AND CORN DEALERS, AUBURN-STREET NORTH, GOULBURN. ilB The highest price given for all kinds of gr 6ain. ASHDOWN. AND ,CO., S LATE WOOLLEY'S OLD ESTABLISHED IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT Corner of George and King-streets, SYDNEY. Storekeepers supplied on advantageous terms. 7104 RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, Auctioneers, Produce Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. PRODUCE STORES : CIRCULAR QUAY. SLAND SALE ROOMS: BANK BUILDINGS, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. TIBERAL Cash Advances made on WOOL and L other produce consigned for Saleand also oni Deeds of Freehold property. 6921 0. B. EBSWORTH, WOOL BROKER AND AUCTIONEER, PRODUCE STORE, Circular Quay, Sydney. W FEEKLY SALES of WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, SIIEEPSKINS, and other produce. S Sydney, November 2nd, 1860. 6801 SYDNEY GENERAL AGENCY. W TM, WILLIAMS (late Pritchard and Williams), VV foot of Mar...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

Tin probableo opening of a now channel for the commerdo of the United Kingdom with China is announced contemporaneously with the anticipated departure of Sir William D)enison for Madras. It is scarcely likely that his Excellency's now government will be materially affected by this new industrial enterprise ; but the proposal is of considerable importance in relation to the general com merce of the Bay of Bengal. It does not seem quite clear how long our trade with China has been carried on by way of the dangerous and rocky navigation eastward of Singapore. It seems from recent discoveries that, as late as the seventeenth century, British commerce with China must have found an outlet by way of the frontier of the Burmese territory; at least it is bfound that to this day a large brick " go-down" or ware house exists on that frontier, and the tradition is that it formerly belonged to English mer chants. But, at all events, during the pre sent generation and the one preceding, our trade...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 January 1861

CA7:.ZNDAIt. flayeot tho W'ceLh ý lnh ýnrnr u aA An SATURMD Y ........Jn 4 h 7 it Rh SUNDAY ......... ~ 0 7 hI hi MhONhDhY * 7 hi 1 7 11 115 TUESDAY........ 8 7, _ 7 10 ;0 (Cudtin if vit SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

WOOL-WOOL-WOOL. TIIE UNDERSIGNED is a general purchaser 1 of WOOL, IN ANY QUANTITY, At the Highest Market Price. .. D. DAVIS,. Old Commercial Stores, ' 6960 Goulburn. J. BARBER AND CO.,, SODA WATER, LEMONADE AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, CLIFFORD AND SLOANE STREETS, (OPrrOSITN TIEN IOSPITAL,) GOULBURN. 7073 Cheap Fancy Silks. f ICH1 checked silks, £1 7s Gd,. the full dress Elegant stripes and crossovers, £1 Os. Od. ditto Largo chocks and barred glaces, £1 15s. Od. ditto. 3000 yards checked, striped, and plain glace silk, 24 inches wide, 2s, 0Dd, and ~s..lld. per yard, worth 4s, Gd. Cheap Black Silks, Black gros do Naples, £1 7s, ad. the dreose(l4 yards) Rich ducnpes, £1 10s. ditto 24-inch black glaces, £1 17s. Gd. ditto Made up sill: skirts, £2 15s. (full length for body included.) Mantle and Millinery Warehouse. The largest and cheapest stock of MANTLES in Sydney, is now on view. The New Spring Mantles. Ladies' summer clothimantlces, from 4s, I d. Ladies' mohair ditto, from os. lid. L...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

To-?romWo n is tho day fixed for the ro assombling of parliament. The country having boon appealed to on the groat question of free selection bofore survey, lias returned so largo a number of noew men, that it is scarcely possible to predict what will be the future course of legislation. The Sydney Morning Ierahl,' lamenting the changes that have taken place, endeavors to show that scarcely any of the former members have been returned ; and that the country has noted most suicidally in rejecting them. B1ut there is still a very considerable number of the former members in the Assembly - in many cases the old mom bors did not offer themselves for re-election and therefore, the country has not had anything to do with their retirement-and as a chango does not necessarily imply an improvement, so neither does it necessarily involve a deterioration. In looking at the composition of the now Assembly it is scarcely possible to got rid of political prejudices and propossossions. Those tend ...

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POETRY. TO E. W. THY CURSE WILL BE TO THINK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

POETRY. TO E. W. THY CURSE WILL, lE TO THINK, It1 . It I. Our heanrls are joined by solemn oath, Our hands scaled those vows in ink, And witnessing n?tgels echoed forth, Pcrjuredl thy curte will be to think. Too true their words. False art thou : Honor, virtec from thy breast did shlink; Long cast aside that holy vor ; And Imemorry's curse is now to think. Whore now thy happiness or joy ? Thy bnasoners broke its only link s For gazing on thy inhant boy Thy curse is still to think. And thant pure heart which fondly bent, And at thy follies oft did wink, Now mourns thy fall and vile deceit; While thine tie the curl to think. I can forgive thee : ton powerful thy foo Who led thco towards decstrtction's brlin. Then hasto, return, and mourning show Thy lbss has becu to thidb.

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TELEGRAPHIC. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

'1I'l.ltfl:l'1IC.-The lonhgwis.'c1 f ur d much 4niced of tclegraplh line hlas renuchem '" I natlt. The potls anid wire oloni,' Filllnlo'rine'st rlere i. `'o en\arr l1'ogga nu imnprltlat ad bnsiness-like 11pp1.r~uee. Mi'. Ilnillio is perogreesing rpidly wilh LIe (oII:r5l, nod we believo the wire is siretlhed tn 1'o rinjnl nlar .holst six miles from lown co ronlc for leni lij ill. ` Woggo WV' ggn J. xpress.'

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

CO(MMEC IAL. --- ltUnless othernwo expreaed, tile t pricel quoted In tiis article are those In transactlions between tile Ilroducer and tLe first pUr chaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail pricesi. QUeANoEYANe PRItao CU?Re:NT.c. - Wheat, per Ilebucl, Ote.; flat, fler, per tone, £32; seconds, £30; bnrad, 8d1, to Oil.; bra, pePIL busheIl, ]. Otd.; maize, 4s. to e.; ballrley, 4s. to 4e. tOd,; cute, s. ad.; tay, per toll, £5 to £6; butter, per II., 10d. to Is.; cheese, Od. to 7d.; bacon, td. to Ed.; rggs, per dozerll, ls,. Od. lo n. d.; Ilotntoe, new, per lb., }dI. to 2d,; ft rtlee, per head, £5 o10s. to t7 10;. ; ,heel, Is,. to ShO.; pigs per l., Old.; hides, tuach, Ot. d, to s.; elheeplsklns, per lb., 46d. to oil. IAeDnfIA PIlscr.a CUlENuT.--The fulloulelg are the prico. retll-l'lour, Od. per lb., £45 to £50 per ton; otsi, 18s. per bushel; imaoze . e0s. ditto; bran, 19s.; hay, nonle; clleese, Is. td. per lb.; Iacoe, ] eglisi, I;. t6d. dittob; hun ditto, rl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

RAISING N\\' VARIETIES OF GRAIN OR or'l'lltn CO'no AND SAVING SEE1D.-S-on0 years since, while looking through the wheat crop of a friend, we obsorved a very fine wheat plant having six oars distinctly difftrent fiom the surrounding crop, and look ing so much slpoerior in every respect that we suggested to our friond to mark it and save it for seed, whether it were a now variety or not, and then to save the fobllowing year the produce of the six heads saved at that time. It was a ligiht sandy soil whereoon the wheat was growing, and did not appear to be a most fhvourable kind of soil for wheat, although, a pretty fair crop was obtained from it. Our friend took our advice andl saved the seed firom year to year, and has this yonr half an acre of the variety, promising to yield, undei, similar oircumstances as regards 'oil and cul tivation, a far better crop than a common red wheat growing alongside of it. A distinctive feature of the variety we refer to is, that it produces better on a...

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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

SYDNEY. (From our owvte CLorrrespoldent.) Saturday afternoon, Toi r?evenue returns for the yacr and quartersJu ended have been published, and I nam sorry toe? that they show a considerable decreaso i te ino of the country. The greatest falling olff is it, ? land revenue, which shows a decrease of £1ti5,0 12s. 3d. on that of tlhe preceding year. The w'ho decrease in this year's revenue as compared with hI last is £204,382 2s, 0d. Thins falling off lmy I, in some degree acconnted for by the Separation of Queensland, and in this respect the decrease il res. nue w'ill be conmpeuallnted by the reduction in expca. Iditure; but it is not quit satisfactlory to see sulla decrease under any circumstances. It will necessi. tate great economy in thie expenditure, and I on afraid tlhat some of the young gentlemen lwho liy on her tMajesty's treasury for tihe id gloves and sg. tops wherewithl they adores society, will have toIl t firther a-field next year for their superfluities. The case of Mary ...

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SIXTEEN HUNDRED LIVES LOST! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

SIXTEEN IIUNII)RI) LI?VES 1A)STI (F:rom the Bristol DM'rcury, October 13.) T''iin terrible accidents ul,on our coasts which distinguished the autumn and winter months of 1859 led us to anticipate a dismal story from the mercantile dtepartment of the Board of Trade, when the statistics of the twelve month should be completed, and we have not been disalppointed. l'lhe " Wreck Chart of the fBritish Islands," compiled fi'om the Government tables, and which has just boon published by the National Lifeboat Institu tion, surpasses all its predocessors in the dis tressing licture it presents to us. Every wreck on our coast has its little black mark, and the aggregate number of such marks from the Land's Euad to the Solway, and from the South Forelanld to Dlerwick, is absolutely startling. Talking the whole of our coasts, evo have no less than 141i( wrecks of ships, of' wlhich 537 were totally lost, as wrocks, and fifty-eight more were sunken by collision; while in the relmniingi 831 cases t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

LEASES OF CROWN LANDS BY AUCTION. The hanses of the portions of land described in the annexcd schedule, will be put up to auction at eleven locl of r dnesday, the 23rd di of January next, at the places respectively mentioned. AT TEII CHOWN LA?Do' OrrICE, BE,(A. Lot 1, 1200 acres; lot 2, 1240 acres; lots 3 and 4, £40 acres ench-at Lake Wallegoot, county of Auckland, AT TII CnROWn LADns' OcFICE, fBooRowVA. Lots 1 and 2, 640 acres each; lot 3, 1330 acres at Wyangalu Flat, county of King. AT TILE CRnoWN LANDS' Oracie, BEnnRRIMA Lots 1 and 2, 640 acres each; lot 3, 700 acres; lot 4, 640 acres; lot 5, 1100 acres-near Murrimba, paddy's Ilircr, county of Canmden. AT TILE CROWN LANDS' OFruFic, CAncoAn. Lot 1, 740 acres; lot 2, 640 acres-near Sandy Crchk, county of Georgiana. Lots 3 to 6, 640 acres each; lot 7, 800 acres-near Tuens, county of Georgians. AT TILE CROWN LANDs' OrricO, GouLnuRn. Lot 1, 640 acroes; lot 2, 740 acres--near Marulan county of Argyle. AT THE CnROWN LANDS' OrPICE, PIOTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

JBRAIDWOOD. TTANTED in Brnidwood an efficient AGENT %' for the 'Goulburn Herald.' Apply to the proprietor. YASS. TANTED in Yass an efficoent AGENT for the Y 'Goulburn Herald.' Apply to the proprietor. NOTICE1 TO A)VIERTISERS. A TTENTION is invited to the old established rule that orders for withdrawals or alterations for Wednesday's issue, must be sent to this ollie, in 'dn?aTnO, nEFIORr TWELVI' O'CLOCKL ON MONDAY; and for Saturday's issue, EuronB TWnLVB O'CLOCK o~ Tunsanr, otherwise they caniotbo attended to.

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