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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860

EB BBEE=HZVE. NOTICE OF REIOVAL. SEMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the 'D premises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to theirnew prom'es Opposite the 3Varket-square, AUBtURN-STREET. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET IAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND PRENCHI POLISHEIR, ?Montague-street, next t. o Lessrs. Dignam'o. - URNITIURE REPAIRED AND S RE-POLISHED. 4592 :.SKINNER .AND CO0.. S Soda Water. .. '-.. :' S Lemonade Sarsaparilla - Giniger-Beer, and . All kinds of Cordials. ""_RDEts. ly posa' or otherwise, immediately at teddto.. .. .ANUFAnCTORY, VERNER-STRET T, '* . Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, s491 Goulburn. ::BENIAMIN DE LISSA 1 EGS to reform the inhabitants of Cooma and J the surroutiding district that he has taken out an.AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ang regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell ny goodBeaentrusted to his charge. S 'Cbmmission strictly moderate, 4600 [A CARD.) DirOPPBER ,aWCQPTIODN MARlT, ' ADnJoINING ..BRIGHTS HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. BUJCKNELL AND C...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 'NORTHERN.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. AU ARRIVAt OiF TI'E ' NOITIZIEIIN.' Tita P. and 0. Comlpany's steanmer 'North ern,' arrived at Nepetn Bay, at 8.30 p.m., on Srhtmirday, bringing European news to tihe 18thI D-)oember. The intelligence is not of much importance. Thb following summary is firomn the telegroam published in the Sydney daily papers: T he' Northern' left Suez 21thll December, Aden 4th January, Maunritius 16th Jannury, KXing George's Sound 81st, and brings Red Sea telegram, dated Decenmber 97th. 'PER RED SEA AND INDIAN TELE GRAPH. London, 27th December, 1859. Alexatidria and Aden, January 3rd, 1800. ..'he 'Times' of to-day reports the arrival f tihe Benares at Adoen. The meeting of tihe European Congress las hbeen definitely fixed for the 15th Jatnuary. .l An important panmphlet respecting the Pope and the Coigross has just aplpeared, written by a Frenchman named Lauscat Primer., It proposes to liutit the Pope's tem poral sovereignty to the city of Rome, and to remove the French arrmy. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860

D)IED, A ioti~i)olburn, on 6thph instont, M~r. Wif.Liltn Ho:fnitlste'iO' ngnoI 60 scnrs. i very old ondnci uch t ~.pootetl inhnabitnnt oF (Ibo Ilittrict. ::~' JVDŽESIJAY. F1cIIIIUAIIh' 8l, 186

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE   THE SNOWY RIVER. We continue to receive good accounts of these dig- gings; but it should be borne in mind that but little time has as yet been afforded for testing them. It is quite possible that the richest spot may already have been hit upon; it is almost certain that accounts have been greatly exaggerated from the same causes that lead to all old diggings being occasionally deserted for new ones; and it must be remembered that so far the diggings are in their infancy, and we have not yet sufficient reliable information to justify us in setting down the Snowy River as a really pro- fitable field. We do not doubt the veracity of many who have sent fiavourable acouunts of the richness of the locality; but we say that in all such cases, it is time alone that can determine whether a field is or is not a first-class one, and we must bear in mind that many of the.favourable reports we have heard have come only from persons who got their informa- tion at...

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ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AT THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 8 February 1860

ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AT THE WES LEYAN CHAPEL, GOULBURN. ON Sunday two sermons were preached by thle Rev. John Watsford; and on Monday evening a tea meeting was held iu the school-room, in the rear of the chapel. This was not quite so numerously at tended as usual, but was a most pleasant social gathering. After tea a publin meeting was held in the chapel -the Rev. J. WU'atsford in the chair, who announced the object of the meeting-the partial liquidation of :he present debt on the chaps). It was contemplated to reduce this gradually, so that thlose whbo had this to do tiglt not feel it; and an ttero neo many to short the wornl it would be light. Thin aso the dobt not of a few, but of all; and no member of ithe con .regation could honestly shirk it.. After all the amount waos very stiall, scurcely worth tflking aibout;'for on thle five places of worshipbuilt and onri-." larged during,'his residence in this circuit, there} would only rmlnain vwhen he should leave, a debt of about £411...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

The unicipality of Goulburna. Town Hall, Goulburn, 10th February, 1860. mHE ELECTORS of Goulburn are informed that .. the Polling Place for North Ward is at Mr. MoAlister'e house, Sloane-street, near Goldsmith street; and the Polling Place for South Ward is at the office of Mr. Conolly, at the mill, Sloane-street. The Polling will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., on Tuesday, the 14th February instant. J. T. GANNON, 4948 : Town-elerk. To the Electors of the North Ward of the Municipality of Goulburn. SENTLEMtEN,--Obsving my name amongst those proposed at the nomination of Aldermen for this Ward, I most respectfully beg to decline the honour, thankhig all those gentlemen who intended to give me' their support. I.remain, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, JOSEPII BULL. St. Clair Cottage, Goulburn, 10th Febrtary, 1860. 4940 To the Electors of the South Ward of the Municipality of Goulburn. ,:1 ENTLEMEN,-Wo beg to intimate that we are no . longer candidites for the representatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

Wanted, A BLACKSMITH; one who can shoo. Apply to J. H. KING, Sloane-atroot. 4832 Wanted, A HOUSE MAID. Apply at the Chequers Inn. 4917 Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED sober Woman as HOUSE . MAID. Apply at the Salutation Inti. 4882 Eduention.. " A" "GEITr.EMAIN, capabl of iriipnrtinga sa ound S English education, the classics, Gormsp; and French if required, is desirous of an ongogembnt in a private family. Address, DELTA, Mnrlngo, Burrowq. 4899 To Well Sinkers. COMPETENT MEN required to deepon a Well, 12 or more feet, through solid rock, and after wvards to line the eutire depth of the Well with Masonry. Apply at the office of the undersigned, or to J. W. CIIISIOLM, Esq., Wollogorang. H. H. VOSS, 4936 Argyle Chambers. Lost, N FRIDAY, February 3rd, between Mr. _ Sindel's and Bradley's Mill, a small Bunch of Keys. The finder will he rewarded on leaving them at the ' Herald' office. 40094 * ?Lost, 0N Monday last, between Collector and Wolle gorang, a LEATHER CIGAR CASE.. The finder will be rewar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

S TO SUBSCRIBERS. rHE following aro the terms of aubscription to the various periodicals, thi vdriety aid number of which will shortly be incrased : 4£ . d.. £.a. d. Illustrated London . toews, six months in advance ......... I 6 post psai 1 0 Illustrated News of the'World, ditto... 1 5 6 ditto' ' . Illustrated Times, ditto......... ..... 0'13 6 dito 0 16' 0 London Journal,ditt 0 6 0 ditto , W6 18 ' 6 ' Family Herald, ditto 0 6 0r ditto 0 7 6 Reynolds' Miscel . any, ditto ......... 0 6 0 ditto 0 7 6 HomeMagazine,ditto 0 6 0 dito 0 7 6 Chamberse' Journal, : ditto................. 0 7 6 ditfo 0 9' 0 All the Year Round, ditto;............... 9 0 ditto 0 1'i 0 Punch, ditto ......... 0 13 6 ditio 0 15 0 ' Herald' offco, December 19thi. 1R59. . ' :. + _ ,... _ _ .' , . . .. . . ? WHEAT-WHEAT-WHEAT. FLOUR-FLOUR-FLOUR. To the Inhlabitarit of Queanb gan, MaaneroD and etrrounding Districts. A REPORT having been circulated, wholly with out foundation, that in consequence of,BOTH MILLS being in...

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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. (Continued from our last.) THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

ED B3AYMOND: A TALE OF TlE BOTTLE. ·. (L:;. ? fttil frii Adis pur ast.) :THE VICTIM. S : T per.n acity withl widh srime m& n con . " tinue the habit ot drinking to excess is not to be eaSily o 'coutited for. In tlh fiio'of varn S ings-in this cpuntry o 0anfnully nuoerous each poerSveras in his conrjO, anpi)arently inder ;' . the pleasing conviction that he in pirticular is S exempt from sudden death, broken linmb, or ineanity, the lot of so many drunkards. ; * The man of rank, wealth, or intellect, once Senanared, is as likely to be enslaved as the ineanest, poorest, or most ignorant of his fol low beings. Certainly the former lhs great advantages over the latter. The customs of society are a great check upon his self-indul ugnnce; if ho will indulge his vicious propensity, it must be as much in secret as possible; and od doubt private orgies are held which the ': orld keas nought about. Then, again, such a mul, if hurrying openly to destruction, at tracts attention, and one...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

SYDNEY. L[FIRM oUR OWN COURESOPOODET.] Thursday, 4 p.m. The Chamber of Commerce has pronounced a:gainst the proposal of the P. and 0. Company, to re-construct the terms of their cootrect for the coo ovyanco of the Australian mails. The company, as your readors are aware, offered either to carry a fortnightly mail'bctwcen Australia and Galle, for an additional olbshiiy, or to give up the contract alto. gether. The Ch!'?,cr of Commerce, adopting the report of its ceomLtni , '. ca rc that the company can give up the contri? r hut that the Gallo ;·/ fortnightly project will receive no countenance. The only issentients ina lchamber of thirty-four members were Mr. Albxnnder Campholl and Mr. Ingelow the latter being the manager of the Oriental Bank, and, therefore, having for his principals a peculiar interest in the matter. The merchants' here are almost unanimously in favour of the Panama line, in preference to, 0n(d even to the exclusion of, all others. The report of the Board appointed...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From or" oen Correspondent.) NEws reached us last week of the accidental death. of a yoing lady named Caroliste Mackeniie, svhibh oc curred at Mr. D. Ryrie's, Monaro. It seems thuatde ceased while bathing got beyond her depth and was drowned. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Faunee, f this town, who it may bhe remembered recently had a son killed by a fall from his horse. The present sad event is another source of grief to the family. " The other night, IMrs. Jane Rolfe, wife of Mr. W., Rolfe, butcher, of this town, died very suddenly: - 1

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

PARLIAMENTARY. TtIESDAY-?'EIRUAnRY 7. In the assembly Mr. LUCAs, the now member for Canterbury, took the oaths and his seat. TIHE LATIE SPEAICER. Tihe SPrIAKER reported that, in acuordance with a resolution of the Hlose, he had addressed a letter embodying the recorded opinion of the Assembly to Sir Daniel Cooper, to which Sir Daniel had replied thanking the Hlouse for the honor done him. On the motion "of Mr. JONIte. the letters were ordered to be entered on the journals of the HIoaoe. In reply to Mr. HIosisIe, Mr. BLrK. stated that the government did not intend to make any provi sio on thile estimates for theo construction of dams or reservoirs at the gold-fields. LAND DILLS. Mr. BLAcK gave notice that, on the 1Gth inst, he shoold introduce a bill to regulate the sale of public lands; also, a billuto tax land. STATEt AID. Mr. FossTEt gave notice that, on the 15th instant hb should move for leave to introduce a bill to abolish State-uid to religion. Mr. Fsesri.t also gave notice of...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BOMBALA, MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

COUNTRY NEWYS. BOMBALA, MANEROO. (From a Corrcepondent.) On Tuesday, January 31, a public meeting'of the inhabitants of Bombala, was held in the court-bouse, for the purpose of adopting measures to supply the town and neighbourhood with the means of publio education. Dr. Campbell was called to the chair,~who briefly stated the obeectof the meeeting, and called upon the Rev. E. Fordo, as being the convener of the meeting, to state his views on the subject, who- did no, by cleverly analyzing the different systems, when the meeting unanimously adopted the following resola tions: That this meeting is of opinion thatJhe mabJeet ot public edu-. cation for the town and nelghbourlhood of Bombala, demanen ieounedinte eonsidorntion, and that measures boo dopted without delay, to ploew the means of education amonget us, on the tout. Ing of eflciency and permanence. It was then moved by Rovd. Hugh McKail, and seconded by Dr. Ashenheim, Tiht this meeting is further of opinion that the system of ...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Messrs. P. DtlNsAM AND Co. report:--Ste1r. The weather during the woeel has been so nuisttled as almost to stop business. There have, howeiei', been several enquiries for draught horses,v.wprking bullouks, drays, carts, &o.; and we may onticlpatoa further demand as soon as the weather clears up. We have sold 6 horses at from. £8 to £16 10s,; bullock dray at £25; horse dray, £14 lOs.; carts at £9 and £12 12s. The bullocks advertised for, this 'day did nt come in, being probably prevented by the floods. Iecrehandize, &e.-On Mlonday we sold the furniture at the Crimean Hotel, bhut the atten dance was small, and prices ranged low. W. LENInae repotts:-Horses.-Thlero is a: change this week. The demand is for good, up standing colts and serviceable harness horses. Sold three, at prices £18, £16, and £12. "Therehnasben several inquiries for a three horse team, also bullock temus, with drays and gear. Sold four workink bullocks, at £5 15o. per head. Fat C...

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THE MAYOR'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

THIE MAYOR'S DINNER. Tnn first civic feast that has taken place in Goul burn was given by C. 11. Walsh, Esq., the mayor, on Tuesday evening last, in celebration of the' com pletion of the tenure of his office. The proceedings terminating at eleven o'clock on the night preceeding our last publiciaioi, prevented our giving a full report in our last issue. We now supply the omission. the dinner took place at Mandelson's Hotel, and was served up in the style for which that house deservedly bears a high reputation. Considerable expenso had been incurred in obtaining fruit from Sydney, the wines were excellent and the arrange ments were all very good. Many ladles were presentin the ante-room. Mr. Sigmont presided at the piano, and enlivened the proceedings by singing two comid songs ,in ex cellent style. About fifty gentlemen, representing every class in the community, sat down at table. The mayor occupied the chair; Mr. Chatfield, one of the retir ing aldermen, occupied the vico.ebair; a...

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COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

COAlMEtRCIAL. "HoERALD" Ofioo. Friday oveninr.. WUpAT" came in very slowly during the early.part of the week, and owing to the weather canqot ,nor be brought in at all. The mills, we beliooe, still quote wheat at 10s., but farmers aro'not disposed to take this; and we have heard of 12s. 6d. hviig' ;ben given by other parties. As, however, flOurcan be obtained from Sydney at a very small advance on the present local prices, unless a material chango take place in the Sydney market, which is very un likely, no higher rates will obtain here. Business has been dull. 134 bales of wool have been purchased at the Australian Store, At both mills, first quality flour, £28 per ton; second ditto, £26.

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SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

SNOW\Y RIVER. A OENTrEcMtAN at Bombala, Maneroo, in whom we place implicit confidence, writes thus: I nd afraid the Snowy gold-fields will be a failure. There it only oneo patch thot pye "for about two or threeo hundredl men;" nothing else has been found, so you may expect to hear of mirecy and diappointmenl. Your warning voice would be of service. The warning voice wias given in our last; and the letter of the gentleman we refer to tends much to show the wisdom of those who have settled occupa tions remaining at home. Men who have regularly embraced mining as a calling will be least to blame, if they seek their fortune at the new field; but even they, if making good wages, willt do well to remain where they are-at any rate till the spring. By the time the Snowy Lliver can be reached, and a rea saonble time spent in prospecting and in other indispensable preliminaries, winter will have set in with a severity unknown in any other part of the colony, and eveerything like remunerative ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

TO CORR~SPONDRNT. OUn ao0W ConnasloInUT ,r lttli s awrd thalthe sienctisU lengthy re)poret If i'rcr f teneih7s1,ehoerhood on Sunday Wittk 11nr eeee,,, to bited. Thetse ,,isalke* oexerrl'q i the pmt ljiec eeeeeeeegoyiel it the extremee. tend cane rreult ontlfrmee gra eenrr-el ki. Tlett te the tledl t-ttrrjrom Ite onee gmteelet-ee tIled haie rlrcnrrirrl tlltee t fteew moenths, ande ilat leqeo to ue are serioee t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

told 23.3BE3 . NOTICE OF RE~MOVAL,. SEMANUEL & SON bavo REMOVED i.om the S.premise ,lately occupied by them in Auburn .treet to their new premins,. Opposite the BIarket-squaro, S UBURN-STREET. 4049 7CHR5LES ROGERS, CABINET 'MAIKER, UPHOLSTBBE R, AttP 'FRENCH P6OLISHEU, .opt suc gtrCit1 next to lesserl I'p am'o. 'flralTJt k -EBPATIREP -AND. F ..- '.oIrSED. . " 4592 K IN-N IEt Ai1D CO.' Sods Water. Lemonade S .:. Sarsaparilla ; *iGinger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. OB-DERS. by post, or otherwise, immediately at . tendea to. .MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, ' :.i.- i rly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulbrn. • *'.::;.". '' " ' ?D^ v<'SZ i. ' " : SENSJAMIN DE LISSA BES to sihforih the inhabitants of Cooma and , tho surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to nell nyy goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderatei· 4600 S'·. A.... [A, CAR'D] ADJOINING BRIGHT'S HOTEL...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

I, Mr. Forster were determined to open the eyes of the colonists at once to the masque rade charatoer of his political professions, he could not have adopted a better course than that which he took on Friday night. We have more than once alluded to the necessity of limiting. the duration of Parliament to a period less than five years. The progressivo nature of our society, and the changeful aspect of affairs throughout this new country, reader it peculiarly desirable that the people should have frequent opportunities of revising their choice of representatives. We do not advocate annual Parliariments, for that system would keep the country continually in the turmoil of elections; but once in three years politics and opinions are so far changed that a new Parliament is indispensable to good government. It was formerly said that short Parliaments would be insured by the con tinued opposition of parties, which would force the Ministry for the time being into ad vising the Governor to e...

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