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

SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial MVIanufacturers, OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ERINER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 [A CARD.] FOX AND SON, HAY AND CORN DEALERS,; AUBURN-STREET NORTH, GOULBURN. to The highest price given for all kiends of grain. 6636 ASHDOWN AND CO., .. LATE WOOLLEY'S OLD ESTABLISHED IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHEMENT Corner of George and King-slrceets, SYDNEY. Storekeeperssupplied on advantageous terms. 7104 RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, Anuctioneers, Produce Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS: PRODUCE STORES : CIRCULAR QUAY. LAND SALE ROOMS: BANK BUILDINGS, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. LIBERAL Cash Advances made on WOOL and other produce consigned for Sale, and also on Deeds of Freehold property. . 6921 0. B. EBSWORTH, WOOL BROKER AND AUCTIONEER, PRODUCE STORE, Circular Quay, Sydney. --EEKLY SALES of WOOL, TALLOW, V HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, and other produce. Sydney, November 2nd, 1860. 6801 SYDNEY GENERAL AGENCY. WITM. WILLIAMIS (late Pritchard and Williams), VV foot o...

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

Dayfof the Reek.~ ýoftSnlcýu I. e~talo1F WEDlNESDAY... Jee. J 9 9 7 10 17 PLUIDAY ý........ 5 7 10 0

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

DIED, At Burrangandra, near Nimitybell, on the 2nd of January, ARCHIBALD McDONALD, third son of DUNCAN McDONALD, aged 22 years and 2 months, much regretted by all who knew him. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1861.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

DIED, At Burrangandra, near Nimitybell, on the 2nd of January, ARCHIBALD McDONALD, third son of DUNCAN McDONALD, aged 22 years and 2 months, much regretted by all who knew him. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1861.

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE MEGÆTHON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 January 1861

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE MEGÆTHON.   Ox Monday last, the adjourned publicmeeoting respecting the presentation of the address to AMr. 'almner, in testimony of his enterprise nod per severance in bringing the megiethon from liydnoy to Goulburn, was held at the town-hall, at five o'clock p. m. The moerting, though not numorously, was respectably attended. As chairman of the previous mneetlig, of which this was merely an adjournment, the mayor took the chair. Mr. ROBERT CRAIG said that it had been pro- posed that there should be sonme further delay in the presentation of t t testimonials but as Mr. Palmer was about to leave, it was, on the whole considered best that it should be done at once. Up to the present time some £54 had been subscribed; but the whole of this was not yet paid. As treasurer ho now proposed to proesnt to Mr. Palmer a cheque for £50, and to forward the balance, when paid, to Mr. Palmer's address. Two addresses had been drawn up, and would be submitted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

Intending Visitors to Sydney. D. JONES AND CO. SNVII'I Ladies, Getictlel, and Famnilies visiting SYI)NEY, to inspect their Establishiment i! whichl under the present managetment, lhas increased ltheir SALEIS to double their former Rleturns, and which cnables them to LOWER their P'ICIES con. sidsrably, at the same time they are determined to maintain the character of the lHouse for selling First-class Goods. The arrangements for this Season's 'Trlade induce D. J. and Co. to offer peculiar advantages to their cus. tomers, as, in ddition to to their legular Shipments, thcy have, during the late depresion, purchased very favorably, some of tihe most chaste designs nnd fabrics ever imported in ianrege, Mouseline, and P'oult do Sole, aolzoritne, Muslin Ihigandie, Grenadine, &e., it D)resses, R?obes, and 'iece, by the yard. In Silk and Glaces, Mantles, Millinery, Underclothing, Ribbon, Liace, and Fancy Goods the assortment is mnost perfect. Each department occupies a separate Room,...

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FREEMASONRY IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

R PlIH?IMASONRY IN IND1iA.--UndOr the abovo heading the following curious notice has been airculatod :-At Luoknow they have solved the great question, how to improvo the social relations between the European and the Oriental. Freemasonry is the talienum u get tie natives of India to becom e masons, land the problem is solved. From our corres pondelta' letter from Luchnow it will he orIen that, one of the Mahomedan princes ha's jutl been 0na(]dL a mllaso(n, aftel' n1ud(Irgoing a more than usually seove(re exa(lnintion. Afler sub mitting heroically to the initiatory ortleal, hi Hlighnes s h oale ( through lurified, a mason and a brother. This is a far better idea than ,nion clubs and other weakl measures tried in Calcutta. Ei'ncoll'rago minlsory and encolrage Iho natives, particularly the MDahomedans, to become memnbers of the fraternity, and we h1all hear no more of autipathies and an tagonismr·. We observe the lqja of Kepoo'r thIlla is a candidatO for the honor of becom inog a 1aso5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN to look after chil. dren, one accustomed to washing. (elfrence required. Apply to J. HADVICIC. 7265 Gold-diggers' Arms, Wanted, A MAN COOK who thoroughly nnderltauds his business. Apply to Mrs. JOIIN BULL, Carriers' Armsl, 724' ' Grafton-street, Wanted Immediately, A STEADY MAN, to DRIVE A IHORSE T'EAM; liberal wages will be given. Apply to T. J. LODGE, Breadulbano IHotel. 7246 Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs, BALSON, 7266 Tutor. A GENTLEMAN of long experience in the education of' youth is now open for an engage. mont. The highest testimonials and reference. Address-TUTOR, 'lHerald' offic, Goulburn. 7257 National School, Eling Forest, Berritm, iW' ANTED, TENI)EI{S for the building of walls S oand chimnoy of rubble work for the aCHIIOL ROtIM,. 'The drawing in of tile materials may bho separately tendered for. 'Iho Local Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Furthor particulars to bo obtained from the Honorary Secreta...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

GoULttUON PIttCLE CUItRE1NT. Trvtet, 8s. to OH. "}t bushel, Floor, Oui, £30 i' ton; second', £28. Aread, 7d. lran, 2s. 04hudltl. Oalotn Os. t0d to 7o. '% bshbel; woantd. JOarltel, Os. 5 I'ulhel; wanted. Oats, 6t. to oB. i4 bushel. ay, £b to £0 '5 ton. halter, trs|, uas?oleable. th/rse, iontifuL. lBacon, Od. to 7d. 5 lb. jg!la, 00d. '5 dolon, ptato5s, £510 . to £; 75 ton,. Ooioos, 12. to tOo. % oht. lat Catottr, £J lOs. to £4 10s?% hotl ' " , o Cooe, £16 t. to £11, t. hea1d., Whoop, 12s. to lbs. to head. I0ls, 4d. to 4(jd. 5y lb. '1fllow, £-I to t£0 04 ton, for gooll oomplos. lldr's, toI to bs. e?rc . /hr ea30t8t, Olt. to 7d. 1t tb. C6arriuoe 5[ ton-Sydoney to (toulburn, £8 to £dt; toulbru to Sydey., £b; (tiotlibuor to tRusaell'' (12 mtlas from 0lb. son's plt'oto), £14; t(oulboru to K landra, £15; Ooul. burn to lraidwood, £3 to £5 10s.; ouolburn to Lamblig Flit, £8; Gotulburu to Adelong, £0.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

COLONIAL EXTRA CTS. :MvsrTnitovs Dr:nrAT.-The ' Golden Ago' says:--An inquest was held on Saturday lst., at Micalago, before the coroner for thie dis trict, on the body of a rman (mane unknown) whose sudden death we gave i brief report of in our last, as being occasioned by a sunstrolke whilst he was riding in the bush. But from the evidence adduced at the inquest, par ticularly that of the medical mani who ex amined the body, it is clear that death was occasioned by violence. The substance of the evidence given by thoe w'itnesses, who were cx amined by the coroner, is as follows :- Deceased had been a miner at Kiandra and Crack-em-back, and came to hlic:algo on Chrtetmas Day in company with his Imates, on their way to the Lambing Flat. They put up at Kennedy's Inn, andti remained there two or three days. the deceased in the meantime drinking to excess. In a drunken or at least a tunpid state eo went out on Fridaly ,morn log on horseback in company with a young man named Malony, ia ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

1 TLED 3BOOT, S GOULB3 URN, ?;z ite Conrerciol Biank. i. ;ILrrLIAs[fl TEECE, AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, , CIIIltER, R ; LEATIIEI-CUTTEIl, ';Tl; ,thn?nk, for tle literal support hitlerto lr him, begs to notify to the public of the ~iricts that fie ll h on s1e has 0 E 0 t i Cmmcse eLONIAL WOIRK, C it-y bt'lit qualiy end at the lowest rates of any Stln, and, n1 the whole aro tunau- C"I ~der Iis orw nimeatediate superintendence, Yi, en to g?ieiantCe them'to be second to hr ri } bla iI the colonry. to i? also al's on lad at tihe RED BOOT r01 L _I ?nt assortmtet of o :+ I;" FNGLISII GOODS, cc =;I rt li;rouses, which will be found cheap and cu 'iro r qTANNING and CURRYING department( I u to? has just clr ctertd a BARK MILL, f0 rolit us be enable d to turn out leather equal to It I,'7;n any other tancnery in the colony. Bark in "' roriUd for other tanners, or bark sold ready in errns -e t can be learned on npplication. C::r., lea her tanned by the advertiser, and all cl i o'dlll' shoes tfanulfl...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

S- IDNE~Y. (Fr'om0 001' own' Corro-roren~rtco1. Wednesday ofteloltll. 1'A1l1,AMll:NT opens taoioorrow at noon. Comtulis si011 will h)o issllud-to 111o P'rcside1nt, and llesors. Allen aOld Ilargrovc, in theu Lordls, and Mlossrs. Cowpor, Wolto s, nand Robertson, in tho Comomons, to 111 all theu llouaoossry IlitiatoI'y 1ste10. A.ter the mellmlbers haovo buoo soworn in, and tho Speakor lectetd, the Ilooeso will ohjourn; nod after thue pIc seolotion of tho Sllpeakeur on Friday, the Governor GCenOrlO will g todow t10 Paliamlent lt noo0, n1d deliver 11h speechl. t'ho Mlilnistry 110vo a hot contest beforo thelt, for thte nomin0e0es, driveln to despratrioln by tlhcir np pronchlinlg dissliolon, h11ve resolvedl to oppose t10 lly tlhuiog 1111d1 everythlloing th11t wy) b' brolOghiot 1bef0ore C11011 by th10 Unoeronuot, TIhey hso ooisly, perhlarps, 0o 11to010 the 1(11016 possiblo us1 of tlheilr exjipillg ipowe', too 1f 000 1111u01 nistl10kun if a sinIgll ma11 oh 111011, 000 thlo oppos10ition side,...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, COOMA, On Saturday, the 9th day of February, next. TOWN LOTS.—COLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

OIL Sulturduty, tLic 01k Ikci oJ ''b,00~r0~N, iiit..( Lot, I Lu 10,2 rooda [Rutl, alunlll I to 10 of Lots It to 211, 2 roodo ouol,, idllotosoots I to 10of Otutto,, 10. Lot~s 21 to t0, 2! ruoodo cooh,1 OllstlooIts~) I to 10\ Of L~ois IL to *LO, 2 roodo touli, alolstiools 0 to 10 of LoLoJ *) to so, 2J soodo~l 0(5t, Ohlotlctitsr I to. 10 of 5Iutio is Ott, "~' "V'Ulr ~ V0 'fiso suIIoot juuo of th1(1)OU]( oJuy lots is£ jilt ILtLtt,

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

QJU1EANIIEYAN. t I",'um our LXn rcujpondn,ili) QuIcArIYAO DIosrozur 1IoI'ITAI..-A mtooting of the ubove wits huld in thu new orurt-hunoo, on Wrctincodny u)' u oYtting, 1h0 1w intantl, trelzlmiuury to the unnuoal troting) ulso for passing thu qourterly ncoanutt. Mr. .J. 1. Wrighli, thu President, ao) irustod thu meeCting, .cud txplnnot thu ti nture of thtu business to ho transoated, nod rood thu muIootes oc I'lst ineuotiug. The mtuorono oecounto wero then oxrouioln for Ilc htlunrtor cnding 31st I)ccrulor, 1i86U, umoulutiug to .0 to. lid.; also but'iotl wOponoro fqr two Iputintos, who thod in hospital, £1 ,Is;. Theso nero p1ossd, dnud on qrder lotu i oynwqvL) drown, o;l the treasurer, 1. F. lHayley, Esq. Mr. ID. Jordan. then proposed the following resolution, which was beconhdd by Mr. MAiegne :-" T'l at the annual meeting be held oen 'uesdny, the 22ld irsntltll, t Ithree p. nd., ,nd tht the onin be duly advertisrd ill the local puaer; naio atint circuhars be issued to par. ties residi...

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AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, EDEN. On Wednesday, the 6th day of February next. TOWN LOTS.—EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

AT TI1 o P;l.coeo'.r wcc, EDEN, On lcrledescdu/, the 6th day of I'cbruary next. TOWN IOTS,--EDN. Lot 1, 3 roods 20 porleos; lot 2, 2 roods 14 porchos; lot 3, 3 rood;ls 6 percheo; lot 4, 3 roodo 27 perches lot 5, 2 roods 17 Perchs-allotmonts 1 to G of coutiO 36. Lot 6, 1 rood 37 pordles; lot 7, 1 rood 21 porclho; lots 8 to l1, 2 roodo 22 perches coch; lots 12 to 10, 1 rood 24 porches acll--ollotmoents 1 to 14 of eec tion 32, Lot 20, 1 rood 31 perotcs; lot 21, 1 rood, '7 porcheusl lots 22 to 26, I rootl 24 perches ecolh lot 27, 1 rood 21 porches; lot 28, 1 rood 15 porlecs; lot _9, 1 rooLd 9 erclle; lots 30 to 33, 2 roods 38 perches eceh-- dlotmontu I to 14 of etetiolt 38. Lot :.4, 2 roolo 7 porches; lot35, 1 rood .Iperchlos lot 36,2roods 15 porches; lot 37, 1 rood 12 potrooes, lot, 30 to 4I, 1 roodl 24 itorehes rodh; lot 42, 1 rood 10 lrchlst; iots 43 to '12, 2 roads 38 perchcs ench. tttlothuoets I to 12 ot soctio,, 30. The upset price of the tbovo lots is £8 per lore,

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VICTORIA. (Complied from the Victorian papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

VICTURIA. (Cvo,,,itd frotn ttO t'i'eorinn paperje.) The very interestieg rifle mtch t Gelong has terminateo in favour of a Melbourne volunteer, the orindipal prize-a cup of the value of £50--having ieen won by Mr. W. Thompson, a tmember of the Carlton corps of rille voluntecrs, The ' Gelong Advertiser' says:-" During the mnatch expectation and hope for a long time ran high thatt tie magnifi cent fifty guinea prize would be curried by a Geelong rifleman'. Eighteen points was a long score, nid ii wits diflficultto believe that it coull be beaten. After John Zimmer had scored this, fourteen and fifteen wero repeatedly made, till William Thompson, of the Carlton Rifles, went in, Ise had seven pdilts to maltke to beat Zimmer. Ito 'made six and tied. It were'tious necessary for Tlhompson and Zimmer to firo olff, which resulted in Zimmor having to take second position. The greSt cup was vwell and nobly won, and when hIaided over to tile victor, :on tilth Ist of January, at the society's gr...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

COMAMTERCIAL. 'II:Rooio' oflte, f'rlduy eouioug. Tils wreelk hlos bron very dull. Ilaroiotlg hIlolug now 00 1n Ibrle is little llelihlood of lUuch lIlproveloalt for sonie liLl? to :ome. Messrs. E?nlluel lod ilon rcljoelt the lnu0lehau of 12 bol, wool, Mr. T. (Gale 12 bale, aund .ttooors. I;notos, Altoollder, old Co, of 12 baleo. holoro. i'. Itlow.ol and Co. 'elport:--Stole1,-llorsoa coolt. flue qulrt ounalerlalo. ] 1url0 thlie werk wre 1ate rohll to fIolr at froml £. Is,. to £8 10so.; also, lsprig earl, plir of lorrfi, nlld hloarneis for £0,?. Tlho state1 tr ilf 1 t llolet is ot' flattl Ili aiiliost lopooslble to t'lleet srlesi of olrre 0ol0,Ouollcsraubullllt wtllhoul resere., Mdessro tqNLAY aond ICo. report: - at stoclrk.-W?lth tih I'a. epllopto ofia smull drnft of falt lbullolo to Mr. Sloloote r t £L per hoed, woe lvr no a0les to report. We liae Inqulrlos for draft of ousoll fait oleoes, for ?rli'rti Ia food price world br obtollned Itile trade at Iorusef l r t iJltlg II deck'ed O...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

TIIN MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 'To the Editor of the Herald, Sin,--Ott Thursday afternoon I met Alderman Collins in Auburn-street, and in the course of con versation he montioned that he was getting tup a re quisition to a gentleman to stand for the Central \Vard, adding, " I understand that Mr. Philip higtam will oint stand; indeed, I think you told me so yoursell." I assured him that heo was mistaken; that I ihad never made any such statement. Pinding, however, that subsequently to that con versation Aldermnn Collins has been gettling sig?in tures by tolling the electors that "Diglnam won't stand; his neplhew told me so himsolf," I think it best to state thus publicly that" Dignam's nephew " never said anything of the kind, and that consequently signatures aro being obtained to a requisition under false pretenee,s You's truly, W. EVANS DIGNAM. Gonlburn, January II, 1861.

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LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

LEASES OF CROWiN LANDS. Tihe leases of the portions of land debcribed below will be put up to u?Cneol at clven o'clock, o0 Fri. lauy, the 8tht day of Februury next. AT TCtE CROWtN -JblANU' OictE, IlRAIDroo00. Lots 1 to 5, 640 acres each, Oraulnear Creek, county of M]urray. Lots 6 anod 7, 1000 acres each, on Shoulhauve River, county of Murray. Lot 8, 820 acres; lot 9, 900 acres; lot 10, 640 acres--on Shloalhaven River, county of St. Vincent. Lots 11 to )3, 640 acres each, near Shoulhlrct River, county of St. Vincent. Lot 14. 1100 acres, on Shoallavcon liver, county of St. Vincent. Lots 15 to 17, 640 acres each, near Shoalhlveli River, county of St. Vincent. Lot 18, 1250 acres, on Shoalhavun Oliver, countty of St. Vincent.

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CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, ALBURY. On Tuesday, the 5th day of February next. COUNTRY LOTS.—HUME. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 January 1861

CROWN LANDS BALE. AT TIIE OLICIcO.FICE, ALBUIY. On Taesday, the 5Oth day of February next. COUNTRY ILOT8,-HIIUIE, Lot 1, 231 ncres; lot 2, 243 neres; lot 3, 114 nores; lot 4, 133 ncres; lot 5, 120 acrcs; lot 6, 119 acres; lot 7, 200} acres; lot 8,181 acres 3 roods; lot 0, 239 acro 2 roods; lot 10, 100 ncros; lot 11, 115 acres; lot 12, 109 aores; lot 13, 240 neren; lot 14, 180 acres I rood; lot 15, 136 ncres I rood; lot Y1, 27.4 acres; lot 17, 340 acres 2 roods; lot 18, 185 acres 2 roods-portions I to 17 nod 21, no and near the right bank of the Iivor Murray, adjoining and near D. P. Keogh's portions, immediately aibove Cowra. Lot 19, 232 acreos; lot 20, 260 nares; lot 21, 237 acres; lot 22, 353 acres; lot 23, 132 nores; lot 24 50 acres; lot 25, 59 acres; lot 26, 66 acres; lot 27' .48 acres; lot 28, 41 acres I rood - portions 171 to 180, lying betweoen the right bank of the River Murray and Straehan's, Kalneky's, Wyso's, and IIcrlihy's portions at Lester lagoon. The mupset price of t...

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