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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

DIED, ONi Monday, the 6th instant, at his. residonce, Cans tloreogh-strcct, Sydney, in the 74th year of lin Sage, AsnIIE IIAntr, Esq., father of Mrs. A. Levy, of Queanbeynn. SATUIRDI)AY, FEBRUARY II, 1860.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 February 1860

LOCAL INVTELLIGEENCE. THE FLOODS. Oo.Wednoesday evening rain began to descend, but not to any very great extent. It continued to fall steadily during the night, and heavily and without internilission during the whole of Thursday until midnight.. A cessation of about two hours then took place, after which the rain re-commenced, and fell furiously throughout the remainder of Friday. At the time of writing it is still falling, with every proslect of a continuance. When the rain comlmenced on Wednesday even ing, tihe wind was from the S.E. On Thursday, at 9 p.m., it had veered to S S.W., but in the course of the night it changed to S.S.E., and has so continued. The quantity of rain that fell during the twenty four hours, ending at 9 n.m. on Friday morning, was 3.75 inches; between that hour and 4 p.m., 2.50 ifches. This is a larger quantity than has fallen at any previous period since there has been a rain goage in the town ; the nearest approach was a few weeks ago, when 3.50 inches fe...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

ASlSCELLANlEO US. MACDOSOA.D V. MACDONALD.-Thi was a case tried, on the 19th November, in the English Divorce Court. The petitioner was the wife of the respondent, who bnd. been for merly a lieutenant in one of'the'East India Company's reginments. Becoming embar rassed through his extravagance, he sentl his wife to England to try to obtain assistance from his friends, and while she wies .absent he sold hiscommission, and with the proceeds went to Sydney, where he formed an impro per connexion with another woman, and on his wife following him, he behavedl with great baseneoss, at first aoknoivledging his offence and entreating forgiveness, then deserting her. Mrs. Macdonald had been obliged to take a governess's situation for some tiioe, and at length returned to England. She now played teat the marriage be dissolved. Witnesses proved to the parties lihaving lived happily together in India, and to the peti tioner having been a most exemplary wife. Mr. Donaldson and another gentleman ...

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A CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

A CONGRESS. A Congress of European powers has been summoned to meet on the Italian question. 'lha invitations sent out for this purpose by France and Austria have been accepted; a?d it is agreed tlihat the first meeting will take place on the 5th of January, 1860. The first and second plenipotentiaries appointed to act for England are Lord Cowley and Lord Wodehoase. Prince Gortsch?koff aid Colnt Cissoleff will. represent Russia; Count Walewski and M. de Banneville, France; Coant Rechburg and Prince Metternich, Austria; Count Schleintz and Count Pourtales, Prussia; MI. Mon and M. de Rosa, Spain; SI. de Lavradio and M. de Pairs Pereira, Portugal; M. d'Adlelsward, Sweden; the elder Count Ludolf, Naples. M. Des Ambrois, it is believed, and not Count Cavour, will represent Piedmont. Cardinal Antonelli is to noct for the Pope. According to a letter from Paris, published in the official Dresden journal of December 15, the late belligerent Powers only will be represented at the approaching ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

Wanted, II rREE 'or OUR PAIRS of FINCERS. . Apply to ISAAC SIIEPHERID, Junior. SIS Whcco S .Wanted, A HOUSPMAI ) . Apply ot,tho SChequers oInn. 4917 Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED sober Women.ns HOUSE MAID. Apply at the Salutation In. 4882 To Well Sinkers. COMIPErENT MEN required to doopen a Well 12 or more feet, throogh solid rock, and after wards to ltoo tih eutire depth of the \Vell withl Masonry. Apply at the ollico of tihe ndlersigned, or to J. W. CIIISIIOLM, Esq., Wollogorang. H. H. YOSS, 4936 . . Argyle Clhmbers. SNOWY RIVER GOLD-FIELDS I SNOWY RIVER GOLD-FIELDS !! |~ 1HE ROYAL MAIL, from and to Golburn and L Queanbeyn, runs as follows: From Goulburn- Every Monday night, Wednesday morning, WVednes day night-Saturday morning, and Saturday night. From Queanbeyan Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings. As soon as circumstances will permit, a DAILY COACH will be put on the roads. JOHN J. ROBERTS, 4935 iRoyal HoteL Quadrille Assembly. MR, AND MRS, GILOGOSKI ILL ho...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

COMMEI CIAL. nless otheretho epresotd, thoe priee qulotedl In thi ortilo re tlloo Io trnsactions beteen tile podICEr nd thle nrst puetr hser; eot o boe oer ontat deaier oond oother, much les ti ratnll prices.i Yotss.--Wheat, per buanldea. ld. tolnh.;s ne flour, tper ton -0ut seonds, ditwou8l ; brao, per bulhlo , f d. to o id.; nmieoo doId. to oa 6d.; oae.to.04d. to 4..4d:;lior,portonL to L10s.; btrleto, i. to 4s.; treoll buttier, I. 0d.; ottO ditto, Is. per .Ih.; theeo, no ualo; b lcon, wmnted; gIs, oper doTen, ts. 04. to Io. d.;poino, p res oLtas. . to 4s.; dried q I h, sob, Oi. tolr0d.; greon ditto, t0. to 10t.; bred, por c4b. lots, 7d.; beefo, per Ib., 0d. to 4d.; uitton, 5d.; telt, td.; poro, 0d. to 06; tot cittel, £0 to .tOe 10.; fat lhoep, tlt. to ito. OrDooo.--Fioe tiber, per tooe, tOt; seonode, ditto, £1S; btmo. per bushel, to 0d,;, obeots. r d. to aO.; m0ie Is. 9d. to 0s 4d.; oats, is. 0d. to O. Sd4.; bhrloye, O d. to 1s. d. ; breod, ?dt. bee per lb., 0d. 00 psi.; mouton, 4...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

SCOTLAND. CAPTAIN PENNY, the well-known Arctic voyager, recently arrived at Aberdeen, fioom the whale-fishihg at Cumberland (Baflin). He loft Aberdeen at the end of last June in theo 'Lady Franklin,' and returns now with three whales, about sixty tuoa of oil, and a cargo of bone. Several public bodies and societies connected with the Highlands, hLave memorialised the Scotch Univrrrsities Commi.ssioners to take tIhe necessary steps for instituting ned endowing Celtic profesaorships in vomo or all of thie Scotch universities. I An Colonel W. M. RHodder, of the North Cork Riflesu, at Frosenat stationed at Ayr, was in the act of dismounting the othi, day firom his horse, the animal shied. Th4 colonel had a besivy fill, and died a fhw day4 afterwards. Coloniel IIoddor was formerly in the 88th regiment. He was through the Peninsular war, and had been severely wounded at Waterloo. Sir Wilinm Mackenzie, of Coul, was thrown from his horse a few days ago, and had his collar-bone fractured. He...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

EUROPEAN SUMMsARY. (From the lHome NArs.) Following thie rder of importance we begin our chlronicl with Italian affairs, in the issues of which nearly all the countries of Europe, including Grant Britain, are now involved. I The ratification of the Treaty of Zilrich will hardly be news to our readers. But the faot that it hbs been signed, sealed, and delivered is an indispensable historical item. The next movement was the issuimng of the invitations to the Congress by Austria and France. That prelimiinary having been at last effected, after somne hitches, a week or so elupsed befor ie t result was known. In the meanwhile it oozed out that Eigland would Join the Congress ; and now that it is known for certain, the inference is that her ternm have been in some formi accorded. It is sus pected that Franco is willing to concede to the Italians the election of their own govern ment by means of universal suffrage; a course to which Austria would offer nIo objection, seeing what universal ...

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FRIDAY—FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

F.IDtAY-FEOIIIUARY 10. The assembly having met, Mr. Forster stated that Mr. Eagar had first been askeld to tubake asoat in Par liament by l)r. Dicksoa. hIMr. AnOLDo moved the adjournment of tihe House; le thlought he could not be ithe only member who was oupriscd at the Governmennt still attemupting to carry on thie business of tIs country, after tie signal proof they Ihad given last night of their incompet ercy to conduct the nmost ordinary business of the House. lIe wvoull like to knowu wlut amount of humniliation tihe Mitnisters weore prepared to submoit to? Mr. EoSo seconlded the motion. The Hlouse divided ot the altiournment, with 21 ayes and 30 noes. TIE ASSESSIMENT 0DIPATCIISES. Mr. HIonosoN moved tlhe restlutions standing in his name, condemnatory of the conduct of the late Go vernment in reference to the royal assent to the Assessmenet Act. After some debate, an amendment, moved by Mr. DAnvaLL and seconded by Mlr. IAY, eotsidue ably modifying the censure, was put and carrie...

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SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

SUTTON FOREST. (From a CorrCslondent.) AcconDING to promise I place beforo your renders a few. remarks respecting the township of'Sutton Forest. Sutton Forest is situate.88 miles from Sydney, and about 6 from Berrima, and on the old government road to Goulburn. There is to be a new township formed within Ihalf-a-mile of the old one, in conse quence of the raihvway from Sydney to Goulourn running through it when completed. Hence the reason of a feo interested parties and the govern ment mlaking .the addition to the old township, which will still hold the precedence for some time to come. The inhabitants are daily increasing. The only drawbackl that exists at present is the want of small comfortable dwelling places, whichl would cause many to taoh up thelir abode that cannot now do so. There'are Protestant and Romnau Catholic churches, with schools attachled. The new Protestant church, lwhich Ihas been in constreuction some tnime, the ma sonry portion of which is nearly finished, refl...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

Q UAR TEl? SESSIONSj Tlus adjourned sittings of the court of quarter es sionus took place on Monday, the 13th. uLoler the lchairmanship of his Honor Judge Callsghln. Mr. Templeton acted as croitn prosecutor. Attorneys present-Messrs. Walsh, Gannon, and Scarvoll. Owing we presume to the inclemency of the.wea ther a great many of the jurors were absent when the list was called over. AntON. John HI?ar, a youth of thirteen or fourteen years of ago, was chalrged wnith having, on the 10th of Novembser last, wilfllly and maliciously set fire to a Itouse on Breadalbano Plains, the property of one James Ctishottn. l'risoner pleadled not guilty, and was undefended. Thie crown pros:ecutor brielly stated tie case, re markintg Ilthat, in cases of arson, it was seldom tl:hat tihe act could ihe directly proved, rand the guilt or irnno cence of ithe nccoused must be determinted by all the sturrendinfi g and collateral rircuntstances. Webb Garrett, publiean at 3readatlane, deposed: I was at mny plac...

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

COUNTRY NIEVS. L. ACHLAN DISTRICT. (Feorn oer oetn Cuorreeondeant.) SINoC my last communication we have had fine weather; up to the present it is all that could he de sired. During the last week the sky was unclouded, the air comparatively cool, and the evenings and morningsraher chilly, ans is'generally tho case in this distrit. - About 5 o'clock on yesterday afternoon I beheld, attho'distance of one hundred yards from me on the road, a body of dust rise, and as it moved on in the direction in which I was, it appeared to me to he about ninety or one huntlred feet in height, and to revolve round a common centre, in a line of double curvature, at the rate of twenty or twenty-five miles an hour. It was indeed a beautiful sight to behlold, oas it moved on in its course, the towering and ma jestie'splendour of this body: For aboht five seconds it remained stationary, and emitted bits ot stilcks from it side, one of which I noticed was about fottr feet long, anl about three inches throug...

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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

GOULB URN DIISTIUCT COURT. The sittingls of this court commenced yesterday' the l.th; ulder His illnor Judga Callaghun. The court opneld at ten o'clock. FOX V. LA~tlitliT. This was a jury case, nd iss as Lu recover daniuges for injury allegedto huvo been done to a bull by the defendantt. The plaintiff in the case was MIr. lcuacne Fox, farmer, residing at Jerrara near MIarulna. It appears that plaintiff was possessed of a valuable heurd bull of superior breeding. This bull had it October last, strayed out to the run if tthe defendant Mr. Allanl Lambert, who is a neigbhbour of tihe pluintit"s; the defendant lhad thereupon caused him to be castrated, and consequently his value bad boeon seriously depreciated; hbice the presentaction. DaIumages laid at £50. Attorney for the plaintiff Mr. VWalsh; for the deftendant SIr. Scarvell. Io support of thie case it was cositended by Sir. Walsh, that it wasn merely a squestion of damnages, as the injury had been acknowledged by the defentdant hiav...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

IIII'OUNDI NG, S At Coomo, on tho 14lh dty of December, from Cottage Cree1; damaGeos ho. teo.dverolsed:-Chesnut horsy, otor on foretod, docked toitoInorip on nose. broken tI, tlik ttW ooer IV near shoulder, nbouio t4 hanods high, Noleoe sent to ruppomid oonem, Eodmund ,dilL tlnot released belore tbo 316t Jaunary, miltt b told.-C. Wallots, t'oundhooper. ,o 3d. At oultourn, on tim 910th toy of oJanury, from tho etotao of flo tlow; daoomaoe and drovong 3O. per heold:--rey morem, like WJ nor smhoulodtro, 15 hod hlgll; bho godllng colt unbranded Atlo,-- ontile st Fhbruary fromtmto b stato of Oondiroy;damm ,grs tnd driving 3O. 1di. per heod .--chetnut pony,ollver mulm and ,li, sddleo marhed, DY off .hLouldr, 80 onoderaddle,llko Jt mitth holtfcrolo over anod untder, ogel; roon gehling, docked toll, fore feet haod, saddle and ollar marked,. AH ner shoouolr, aged ; Asi, --oa thoo tII Pebruary, from too estaot of tronli; dab ogms tnd drottnog O. pm heod o--bhy gelding, block points, blhoz oIn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

1WA. cEzxris. TO SUBSCRIBERS., THE following are the termsa of subscription tq thq Svarious periodicals, the variety and number bf which will shoplrtly be increased : £ e.d. £ . d. Illustrated . London News, six mbnthbs in advance........ 1 3 6 postpaid I Q Illustrated News of - the World, ditto.. 1 5 6 ditto I 0 Illustrated Times, ditto...... ..... 0 13 6 ditto 0 16 0 LondonJournal,ditto 0 6 0 ditto 0 7 6 Family Hlerald, ditto 0 6 0 ditto 0 7 6 Reynolds' :Mliscel lany, ditto ...... 0 0 ditto 0 7 6 omeMaganzineoditto 0 6 0 litto 0 7 6 Chnmbers's' Journal, ditto.. .. . 0 7 6 ditto 0 9 0 All the Year Round, ditto............. 0 9 0 ditto 0 it 0 Punch, ditto ......... O13 6 litto 0 1 9, ' Herald' of?ico. Deoembpr i9th. 15s9. ALMANACS far 1860, price Gd, each per piot. A d. On sale at Herald Be ? artri Gno'.thern. Considerable reduction if told by the do.n.' ESTABLISHED 1856. PRITCHARD AND WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Prodico and Stock Agents, New Markets, MSarket-street, Sydney. ": 4047' LEA...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE FLOODS. As mentioned in our last, the rain ceased between one and two o'clock on Saturday morning. The waters of the blulwarreo had been observed to be filling for some hours previous. All Saturday, till about 4 p.m., continued fine, and the waters gradually fell, and have since continued to do so, though still very far above their ordinary level. About the hour named some showers descended, and continued at itt tervals till Monday evening. Yesterday opened with abetter prospect of fine weather than either of the preceding days, and in the course of the day a final clearing-up toolk place. The accounts from all quarters confirm the fact of the present being the most disastrous flood that we have hitherto experienced. The loss sustained by the crops being sooiled, cattle and sheep drownoed, aud property destroyed, is immense, and will fall very heavily on many individuals. Our reporter was an eye-witness of the state of the country on the Sydney side, having c...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

GO VERNMENT NOTICES. Ansoo AT Douno.-Tho government have offered a reward of twenty-five pounds, for the conviction'of the perpetrator of the above. Paulsu RoAD, SUTroN FOROEST.-It being deemed expedient to open and make a parish road to connect the village of Sutton Forest with the old South Road, running through the lands granted to, or now in the possession of, William Woalker:--Notice is given, that the plan and book of reference are now deposited at the Surveyor-General's onfice, Sydney, anid at the police-offiee, Berrima; and all objections must be sent in, in writing, to the clerk of the Executive Council, within one month fronm Gth February instant.

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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE (Continued from our last.) THE COMMITTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE lY 0. 5. fi. (Continued from our last.) THE COMMITTAL. WE must remain, however reluctantly, a little longer in the society of these two ruffians. Jim's first weords, lwhen they had regained his father's lhut, and shut themselves into their little room, were, " Bedud, that's well done! I feel any now. Sure an' troth I was mnighty fear'd !" Tom did nut vouchsafe an answer, con tempt for the mean selfish coward, wiih whom he had barely patience, constraining him to keep silence. No feeling of remorse for the.black deed committed that night troubled Tom's mind. He was too hardened in crime. Ay, and as old Roskeane well knew, from his ve'ry boy hooed he had been nurtured in the deepest crime. Shedding of blood, whether that of a stolen bullockl cr of a man, gave him no un easiness beyond the risk of detection. Manny and many a harmless black had fallen by Tom's hand, destroyed for sport, as native dogs are destroyed. Life, in his estimation, bore very li...

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THE SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

TItE SNOWY RIVER. - CoNorNioon anccounts from these new diggings cori firm the previous favourable reports of thlir rich ness. There is said to be 400 0 ounces now awaiting an escort. Mr. Scott, of Gundagai, saw a letter re ceived by Mr. Alt, storkeeper, of that placo, in whlicl it is said that five men, in part of two days,. got ninety-five ounces of gold..The opinion that but very little more worki can he done this season is confirmed. The weather there already is very cold, Weo hear of a good mnany people who are leaving, and about to leave Goulburn, and the exodus seems equally prevalent olsowheore, as numbers are sone passing along thie roads. Miany of those whbo lea~e town intend taking flour and other supplies for saleo, andl several lenoads of property are being sent off by men in business. Ve hadl expected a detailed acn count of tlhese diggings from a person on the spot; but the mail from MItneroo has not yet arrived, The following, from the 'Lass Courier,' will be found i...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

10 CflmRi1S'ONVDEINT 01oMsoulOD.n nlulr Is r in nlnd IhntletterR Itnlend for publ i 11on d hould br |ntlnill? lly wr' iten . Vo ne tlnot ulldyr lake a dn hl eoamunacaleoni rn a Ar?cdhle dnle. WEDI)NESDAY, FEIBRUARIY 15, 1860o. OWING to the sittings of the quiarter sessions and tohe length of the reporlt of the floods, we postpone our leader.

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