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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
' . t -MPO I'IDIRtU . Ar 'liod, on the 24th of December, from Wllia.m Ford's, ,Cook's Vale; damares, lie. 0d.:-Loan homse, JO or JO con 'Jolned, il loeee bolclrolo ronjoined undcr ncar ehoulder, 801 orer hulflcirole conjolined under IX off shouller, 14 hond, hlgb. agd, brohken down In lore lege, uloare all. Ifnot reolaed, will oe sold, accordlng to Impouodlig Aet.--. Webelor, Pound .eeper. ,l3. At iiuonlng, on the lath day of Deeomber, from the Alion REbatn :--Chanut more, star, J m off neck, llkeo3 near baoulder, grronh ldoosirop 0n t ye, 4 yearrolold, t4hbnd, hlgll, damage.a0,. -Atdo, on tile lt DRcreober, frern tOe Colliogwood Eoboitot: Drlndle nad mhito oe, tops mooed off horns, JR co'Jolned on thlgh, 4 on ribs ol tldol damageo, be. 1d. If not rlelued beoore Ohb F2rd doy ofJauary?y, toy oatill ho ,old.--W. Iludd, Pound neeper, 00. (Id.
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Mfessrs. r?. DIroNa ANu Co. rcport:-Stock. Throughout the week there has been no business doing in horses or other stook. The changeable weather and the reaction that usually follows thrist mas by.stole must account for the more thoan ordinary prostration. We have not effected au y nsales. Land. -On Wednesday we submitted portions of Lilh gow's 100 acres, with the following result:-Lot 1, 60 feet, R. Fletcher, at 12s. Gd. per foot; lots 2 and 3, 86 feet, IF. Trigger, at 7s. per foot; lots 4 andt 5, 86 feet, I). McDonald, at lOs. Gd. per foot; lots 6 atnd 7, 88 feet, '1'. Siheckey, at 7. Gid. per foot; lots 8,; 0, and 10, 132 ieot, J. Taylor, at 7s. per foot (not comapleted); lots It, 12, and 13, 1312 Ret, fA. ]trander, at Gs. per foot; lots 16 and 17, 85 feet, E. Ball, o10s. Gd.; lots 18 anld 19, 80 feet, I?. Ball, at ls,. Gd. per foot; lot 20, I44 feet. J. Bitcley, at Ga per foot; lot 21, I441 let, J. Dcarsley, at Gs. per foot. 'he result of tlho sale was consi...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
StOULIJIOSN. o s.d.n . s.d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 26 0 0 to 0 0 0, Seconds, ditto, ditto ......... 24 0 0 0 .0 0 Wheat, perbushel .......... 0 9 0 0 0 0 Bran, ditto.................. 0 1 0 .0 .0 00 Oats, ditto ............. 0 5 0 .0? 5 6 dBarly,ditto ............... 0 4 0 0 '0 0 Maizo,ditto, now ......... 5 0 0 0 2 6 HBay, per ton .................. 6 0 0 '7 .0 0 lPotatoes, ditto ......... . 210 O : 310 0 Bacon, perlb, scarce ...;.. 0 '0 10 00'0 !011i Cheese, ditto, plentiful.... 0 0 5 0 :0 7 j Salt butter, plcntiful .. 0 1 0 0 1 2 Fresh ditto ........ 0 1I 3 0 1 6 Eggs, per dozon ...........0 1 0 0 0 00 Powls, per pair ... 0... 2 6 0 "3 0 Turkeys, each 0..... ... 5 0 0 0 0 Geese, each .............,. O 6 0 , 0 0 Ducks, per pair.... ..0 4 0 040 0 5 0 Cattlo, for slaughter, ao- - ..... i ' cording to weight ......;.. 5 0 0 8?'80 0 Sheep ........................0 O1 4 0 19 0 Pigos, por lb ....... ........ 0 - 4 0 00 " Tallow, per owt. in do mand, scarce ............ 2 6:0 210 ...
SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
i :.-·~vio ilollt· ~,\·~;i' .hli~rr ntrailin3,1p Iers TS, in hef lie. rl dlf' etis nre .proty narly nl o so?dnitstill i'ih? w ninicludeizl .s noa pOl-move, f nilr i.tmnte stan t oinoigar sliceme o cilitaition, .which hleerltaily has niinaiged :to g t agrenat nim hlr of personsol to npport, li"o hovei snort of pre scripthi c lahi' t&lt;ti reputation .ii;isilotb , and n preponhriltrtig "tenlency, to loiry hotilhns. Mr. PlIrtIes's: ltter on this:stulhjdit; .piblishedl in the * Ilerald,' contlnis ia great deal olf.sooud truth; hut he isnot canldidl in cemplaining oifhi eondemniutiho whlich his mntiii;finrn a repeal of the tea and sugar iitLies generally mt?witih. ,IL is useless to blinkl thle "hct that iliit miiition t as intitndud is nmuch to em barrass thtiexisting gov rnmont as to achievo any prticilart i relorn alld ii this, spirit it was received nod olppose"iPblny many who wohld othlewiso have supportedl it. Btt fir this the resolution of tile Ansselnbly wvouln not have be...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
COlJ9P ONDENOCE. S-0-- .we are desirous 'ttolumns motuld eal regareO ad open to ndl protiem, anod'0 w? Ic lrforoe oisto agivle t nvon to nll ternoteratolit s~arottoltg by'rltten tlttera on subjecs of pstttlic otnoetrt, e ,ototlo ,l b lo etoi iono oiltb les dtm ay bo dod eotrleal ty opt to our o obn.]r To the ;.dir i the Goulohord Herald. Stn,--The inlhabits of Wheeo Mnalld Grabben Gol Ilou, nd tioe L;chi;to, most tettrtily return their sitnere thanks toi!liou Shepherd, Esq., for thoe Ihtind arid prompt mne.oril: which iu has tnoted, in givig agood rotlad with:;oy ~t fortler trouble. Now, Sir, doid MIr Bossoo oni MIr. Shecpherd, he svoulol do roelght. But oho ootosr r . fl.Rossi to bh right? ?-'q o el . t We soall enxpl.ot ohot Mr. utrrsy will us0 all his inlloen of t he son I peope who nhev lost tolrcir toone n going to O:eliots to p olace him thoy ltoaght the rRght nooan o the righlt place. Non, MIr. Editor, we ou0i0lo lhooe loin, nos," whken oe vsunt lim. We are u:? lhnt he dots n...
THE HIBBURD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
'rIT: Itht:ntr:o (Xisl:.-Thlo report of tile select emmlittet appeinttd t'o inquire into tihe case of lamen s Ilitbbi'd, eoncerlling whose liheratioltn frot Cooktllot slatlllld ccrtlin letters appeared solmo mtonths ago, tlaLtS been pablithed. The contnittee exnllclrllat' thel ilialtrrs from htving Cbee tt ctcd tj?o ty any itlulleeo whrtatever iln tlte tr.:osactiott, aut the evidence goes to show that tteyt wero ignloranllt of the relatintshtip said to exist bettweet tlhe Irisaer and inllutcntial persons in the colon 'ly. The liberation appears to thave been the act of his E?x collencv thile Governor-General, otl tile prisoner's I c;i.jef|gt presented itt his peltita, tad repeted IIIon elsetwlipolice nttthorities.- Freetlan's Jlournllal.' ,istutleteDa ovla u TLII: 'OttI.ONttt.It.I. - t.he tender .Jtseph S;ertrio. f.jlo erection ol'lf t bri?igo It Wetllo dill-dity,as bettt ntelttetl. ' '?.?i.?? .
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
i O310UYA. ' (-j .rino .ss Corrrseeondcnt.) FESTIvITIES.-(. Tuesday last the great match tool place betwicta':.llendar and Emu. Notwith standing the bo lpiry state of the course, the run ning was very rol, tlie winning horse Callendar, being ridden in'1crable style by Mr. Sims, formerly ofBraidwood. '.lhl'sl: ond race of the day was also a well conestsed .Air, the running coining home being between Crc-rty and Callendar, the former horse winning by ,at a length. The latter horse, however, hail scarldy a fair chance, being pitted against a fresh her,.. On the same evening a tea party and ball to' place in Mr. Flanagan's barn. From tile threatenr: state of tile weatler I did not remain, but I mundr:imd that the evening was passed in a most delighlti: manner, and the company did not separate till tri:ra's beams warned them to do part. The towsish hns also been distinguished by lestivity during th'ncck, hospitality and convivial meetings being the :dler of the day. r ?,*h bodl y?e Ipin ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
DR. HOBBS' DUGONG OIL, PROCUREI) FROM THIE IIATICOIRE DU GONG, OF MOItITON BAY, For which a Irize Medal rwas awrarded at the Sydney Exhibilion, in 1854. r?ITIS Oil has now been used by D)r. TIobbs,heal~. I olficer of Moreton Baiy, for upwards of live )earn as a snbstitute for cod-liver oil, auld his proved cni nently beniliaml in the treatnieit of debility, atrophy or wasting of children, dyspeapsiai, chronic dysentry consumption, chronic bronchitis, kc., &e. Thie oil prepared for D)r. Hobbs bears his signa ture. Agents in Sydney, Messrs. J. and E. ROW, Bank court, King-street; and in Melbourne, ' Messrs. WESTGARTII, ROSS. and SPEWEILS. 23)2 LSTABLISHID 1856. 'RITCllARtD AND WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Pronduce andnl Stock Agents, Now Markets, Marlket-otreet, Sylduey. 7404 Pianofortes, JUST UNPACKED, rT|WO SUPERIOR COTTAGE PIANOFORTES, I in rosewood, by George Murphy, London. The particular attention of the Ladies of Goulburn is called to the above SUPERIOR INSTRUMENTS, lwhich fo...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ASSESSMENT APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCA. . -ASSESSiMENT APPEALS. Ti.'heenrin ftit'odassesstnenit appeals wns conncllcd on WiVdnesdy, lhbforne Charles Cowper, jun., Esq., nid Moss Mnrsh, Ensq, J.P.'s. The prineipal cas-s of initeroQ Oi, re tlthso of Mr.'Ford, for Mr. lradtley's lind itortii of thle town, used as a sheep ron, and Messrs. Byrones and Oakss t thea mill paddock. In both eases tile assessment was confirmed, tlheir worshilps adding that friom thie evidence prodtuced it appeared to them that the amount might eon have been in creasol without itnjstiee. .The-fillowing is a listof theo cnses determined on that day:- " . tNo. Appellatnt. Vluntors' . 00neltsa itostrstee' Ii -:." ' toporL° A, ooseosotit. !Jndiosnt+ 1270 JouinFs t ....;.' O.... S O-n' 6 00 05. 5 6 IIts Ditto 22.......... son0'. 480 - osI48 1tt Wtllsmsr Lamb..;...... 15 15 . '"12 2410 'S itto t.. lt2 Itown toy ..; .:n. .nts. ,'oa · PIIY.::~::::::·:::::::::: i:.:ir 2 2 Dit ....... i;.., ", :". 1?- ?~ ·2 223 Ditto .. . --l:. 10 tt5 2.5 D...
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. Thle • Hobart Town Mercury' of December 30thl, received last night, gives the following as from its Maltsa correspondent, under date, October 31st. Tile English have a strong naval-force at Gibraltar. The Frenchl have also a fleet of men-of-war anchored at Algesiras, in sight of the English and theoSpan lards a fleet at the same place ready to convey their troops to Ceuta. A great scarcity of seamen for the lBritish navy continues, and great efforts are being made to render the service popular, The Russian squaodron from Spithead has entered the Straits, so that we have an immense number of men-of-war elof different nations in the Mediterranean. Aflhirs in Italy look very threatening, and every day it is expected a conflict will take place between the trcops of the Pope, reinforced as they are by volunteers from the Swiss soldiers lately in the phy of the King of Naples, and by old soldiers from. thln__ a-ustrtan-army;-. Frenchmce and Egyptians are at present ...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
OI?INA. The 'S. A. Register' acknowledges dates of the Singapore ' Daily News ' to the 12th October, which contains the following addi tional items of intelligence from China: PEKIN GAZETTES ON TIIE PEIIIO MIAS sacnE.-Sinco we last published matter from these our file has been extended from the 11th to thle 23rd August. The paper of most interest to us is an Im perial decree, printed in the latest 'Gazette.' It must have been issued in June: "Sangkolinsin and his oolleagunes have presented their report of certain details of the [lato] action, as ascertained by them on inquiry to be true. " On the 25th of the moon the vessel of the Enuglisb barbarians, whowill psay no attention to the reasonable commauds issued to them, forced their way into the river, and opened a fire on our troops, which thie latter returned. The barbarian vessel, though injured, would not withdraw, and continued tmhe action with their infimutry, until the forces of government had killed several hundred, and had t...
COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
COUUNTRY NEWNI. COOMA. (Fresoum eisr on",rC?eeisnsivt.) Nnw YeAn's l)aY Sro'iTs.--Thi ft ot races which were advertised to como off at Coomia to-day, drew ill a great number of people to witness them, and being qaite a novelty lhere, also attracted a very fair ntumber of compelitors. The first race was for a prize of £4; 50 yards, one evrnt; entrance, o10s. The conditions in all races were, that if tiree started secolnd ilnitl Yaos to asae his eitrance, and if four or more started, second man to receive one pouud, and third man to save his en tranno. -our started for this race, hicl wnas oont by Richard T'homas biy about a foot, 1. Do Lissa seconl, John Tuckwedi third. T'he fourth competitor, MIr. T'. Chippindall, stood at the scrstcl, nad did not stairt at tile worid. Tile second race wans bfor aprize of£.l; 100 yards; oline event, whlichl was weon rather easily by Mr. . Csiippindall, M. Lucic secund, J. Lu Count third, siand It. ''ulrkwerll lust. -The thlirdl race, prize £4, was 2...
THE ABERCLOMBIE IN THE BEGINNING OF 1858 AND 1859. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
TE? ABERCI.O I IIT, IN TIll ItEG1NEIN G S18 658 AND) 1859, " [noo.tumavrri.] II InSG known itis remote anlldl mollntoillnous locality for some0lis, I will, for yotr iniformtiotl, describe thle " vat both periods thatl I bove abtvo alt.ol!lli.t In lbsi8, yool4!ls ride frioliTtinon to Crahnino, . distntlcei of .Ii ll ilUo, iloig tihe boonkS o theo t'iti'., Iniill0?).C" s It Ito o llllolorllt rvisit of yoolr hror. ¢ nesck is 0 yr,,r o wi; thten Idoobu if New south Wrlebtips, co isld otything to ptrallel to it. .To an arvnms ity lover ntll-d allnirer of thundristolm tti:ry, the scenery of the Aber crombie nuet ssin maje;tie; 0t intervYals of eachl five or six s, youO mighlt espy i tlent, the ihabitation of so cold diigger, of Eutrolpcno descent, with ont good ility, that iso, if hie had tea, dtlmper, aunt befet, hoe wol tialto you heIltrtily welcome to a share--tnd uo t a wistful lind sorarlching glolcr, iwhlst yott wererjoying youtreplr st, at yoitr saddlo bugs 'tosee if l' e could det...
VANCOUVER'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
VANCOUVER'S ISLAND. WE have later news from Victoria, Van :couver's Island-viz., to the 8th Octobor. The ' Westmin.ter Times' repbrts that his Excellency the Governor, accompanied by his privato secretary, had loft Victoria by the Otter,' for a tour of inspection in British Columbia, which that journal has no doubt will prove beneficial to the interests of the com nllnity. 'Ihe " Sun Juan difficulty" is evidently exciting some ali'rim in Vancouver Island. A petition has been got up for presentation to tihe Secretary of State for the Colonies, :laiming the maittenance of their rights in this matter. Referring to the same subject the 'Times' has a leading article, from which the follow ing is extracted: Trlo recent attempt to wrest the island of San Juan from us is but the forerunner of what we may expect, if we do not " nip it in tie bud."" For several years past the Americans have been endeavouring to dis cover a better and more speedy means of cominmniucatifig with this coast than ...
LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
LAII LAN DISTRI(CT. (,IeF .w sn Correp5otndc,,t. )" Time Wss.\TIi:.-\Ye have had no rain hero of tny aclcount foIr li Iss tithree or four weeks, till yes. tcrdoy moring, wlien it conluenced, and continuedl raining hiealy ar.ll Ip. Thlis district was very much in need of a Issght cr two of steady raino, is nearly al the water-kuoes, iterior from the main creek, were dry. Since te above copious supply we have no ineed to complain. AtssItssTvuarios 55r IJusTOrs.-TThis portion of the Lacelhlan Districis indeed very much in need of the appointmeut of s::e or two justices of the peace. Although it is scdsmt that an appeal would he made to suclh a fmistionary, to solicit his atteution on a ease of adjuikation, yet this portiol of the Lcehlan District sigleccted, wslich is a shame to the Executive depar??ent in omitting the ndmintis tration of jiustioe r Blundl Plsdis. It is seldom, indeed, that the peops! of this portiot of the district go o law, but aisas b they require it they would lhan...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
TOCCORRESPOoDLOTS '.-'"?": ,-.r o cnh~syr,?w1?'?'?' 'Z ,i?: : ., coifnlonanorommi ooo ct to md nhot Ictftranoeloefd for poOlbne obno olm dHe soloitidy Atioton, i. minoe o ioootoro lke tn reduc their comlmlunlcatono l ,oae hll e ipe: . fINIIOY 7 10 10 OK"NUIIO.,Y - 'o .... 0 I 0 7 '1 3 "10 0 10 TUI0DhIY·..i ··· ,10 6. 4 710 17
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
,':':. ·:. '1PI2 E! B3SE-B2IV3E. *NýOTICE OF REMOVAL. : ilMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the ' pfeiisesa lately occupied by them in Auburn : 1'ttfet to their new premises : 'Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 Notice of Removal. M. DE BARR, " oIiblesale'and Retail Chemist and Druggist, ?l, ESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that he .1J' has . -NOW REIOVED : s-'?imhllate residence, Sloane-street, totihd?premlsca '-^ltely yoeipiom- by -Mil-iim-Bltchm - .NEXT DOOR TO THE ' HERALD :OFFICEs, . AUnBUN-sTIEET, GOULIURN. 4431 mhillwright, Engineer, and Brass-founder. EVANS TAYLOR :,.tEG5 to0 inform the residents of the Soutlern ,D districts that he bhas recently obtained, and has ;oW ready for use, A, SELF-ACTING SLIDE LATIIHE, PLANING MACHINE, €.ond: ol "'other requisites necessary for carrying ,on: 'an 'extensive business. These machines being •of very large size enables E. T. to execute work of ,very deseription, ihomwever large, in the aboved lines. Gune re-stocked, 'and a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
E E RviV. loivr of rcligioaus liberty must peruse . witih de.p iiiteirst the reports of the proceed -::ins Yit'tlhe S dnoy Universitny, on Tuoethiy let,, whelln; tihe venerable Archbishonp of th ""so0ii n .Catholic Ohi'rch in S3ydney ,laid tlht Sfolndation stone of St: John's COollego. It is pp: ' aliischleig 'a practical fieedom of religionl .: v wlieh w e eI the various sections of the Scoblorii?ts;, dtlividid as they may be in oplinion Iupon many vital sillhjcts, yet gathering "round one comniom contre of learning and in :struction, supliporting it by their countenance, iand each receivine fi'rm it eo much good ias :all mIust acknowledge its power to imlpart. SIt is a glorious triumphl for the principles of civil and religiooas.equality, that a sight like this can never ie witnessed in any country to which those lrinciploes do not extend. We may be t. ld of gorgeous courts, imposing coreoasuoni:als, overwhelming armies, naagniti rcent cathedralse, solemn processions-anul, of all ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 January 1860
MARRIED, ON the 25th December, by the. Rev. M. R. Cohen, Mr. B. PHILLIPS, to CAROLINE COHEN, both of Goulburn. ON Wednesday, the 4th., by W. Chatfield, Esq., District Registrar, THOMAS ASTOR OXENHAM, son &nbsp; &nbsp; of Mr. J. T. Oxenham, of Oxford-street, London, and nephew of Mr. J. J. Astor, of New York, to ELLEN WALSH, of Queenstown, Ireland. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1860. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860
Goulburn School of Arts and Mechanics' Institute. GENERAL MEtETING. T"HE GENERAL HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the Members for the transaction of hbusiness.. and for the Electiori of Officers and Committee, will he held at the Institute on Wednesday, the 11th January instant. The nomination book, and list of business to be transacted, are nbw on the table of the roeading room. THOMAS PARR, 4687 Honorary Secretary. Pianofortes. JUST UNPACKED, WO SUPERIOR COTTAGE PIANOFORTES, I I in rosewvood, by George Mourphy, London. The particular attention of the Ladies of'Goulburn. ii called to the above SUPERIOR INSTRUMEINTS, which for TONE and FINSIIS are equal to ancy manufactured. An inspection is respectfully solicited, H. S. CLARKE, Watehmaker, &c., Auburn-street. 4622 Goulbhurn. New Books-ex 'Jason.' TUST received, at the ' llerald' office, (ielected pro J misecously from the list): Alison's History of Europe, cheap edition, 13 vols., £3 5s.; post free, £3 15s. Atlas to ditto, £2; post f...