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

NOTICE OF REMOlOAL. SI-EMANUEL& SON have REM/OVED from the ": S premises lately occupied byfsheom in Auburn S treet to theirnew premises / Opposite the Iapket-squate, AUBURN-S&'lREET. 4049 .CHARLEj ROGERS, :AB: IBNET MAf'ER, UPHOLSTERER, ' •..-,,. .. )-' AND . dIrENCH POLi8HER, --..?,~i itsgue-strieet, next to Mlesare. Dignam's. TIURNITURE REPAIRED AND ' RE-POLISHED. 4592 aSKI-NNER AND C0.. : Soda-Water . Lemonade Sareaparilla Ginger-Beer, and, ; : A:ll kinds of Cordials. •'RDEIIIS by post, or otherwise, immediately at ,- ' tended to. "- MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, : Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, ,,91: 'Goulburn. C~oQpilA. SBENJAMIN DE LISSA "] GS to nrform the inhabitants of Cooma and . the surrounding district that he has taken out A UCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold i?ggregular Auetion Sales, and will be happy to sell S.y goode aentrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate, 4600o [A CARD.] ADJOINING BDIGHT'S HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. SBUCKINELL A'D CO. A...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 15 February 1860

PA RL~IAMBE'PARY. trEINEsDmAY-FEc UARY 8. TIu the Legislative Council the business was of little importance and iu the assembly tlhre was not a quorum. TnCoDAY-F-?EoBRUAn Y 9. Tile business transacted in the Legislative Council was altogether witlleout interest. In the Assembly some unimportant business was transacted. ELtEC tIVE LEOtIS.ATIVE COUNCIL. M\r. Fouec'rr asked learve to witlldrw the bill for the cotstruction of au Elective Legislative Council (Mr. eRontcrso.oe: "(th, oh i")-with a view to make a slight nlteration. (Oh, ohl) ObLjections seemed to be generually entertained against tile proposition for making the wholle colony one electorate. T'.e cries of "obh! oh!" by houorabie members were earnestly protested against by Mr. 'orster who feared beitg interruplteld. Some debatnle ensuedt in which Mr. Joee:s chnracter ised thie present Govertnmout as peculiarly a Govern mont of secondi houghts who seemed as if they had never made up their mindls as to what they were going to ...

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

SYD'NEJY. IFROU 0111O owN coI(IRRnsPONDENT.1 EThe following should have appeared in our last but was in the mail that was delayed by the flood.] POLITICAL NTow comes the time when we shall really and truly have a specimen of tile political faith of the present ministry. After defeating Dr. Lang's attempt to shorten the duration of parliamnents, they now inti mate their intention to introduce a hbill to regulate the alienation of land, a bill to tax land, anld a bill to abolish state-aid to reliion. This latter sotunls like taking tihe bull by theo ;orns indeed; huit may not anybody he excese'd for scepticism, seeing that the very htiunchest Of the advocates of state-aid are amongst the most consisteot siof Mr. Forster's ilsupl pnrters? If the ministry really intend to nholalish state-aid for religivos purposes, they will be dloing a double service to thie public. Nut only wvill they le getting rid of a systom oljleetionable ald in defensible oni publio grsouds, but thiey will at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

To Biscuit Bakers. `TW ANTED, two GOOD W\VURKMEN, to make two tons ot cabin biscuits next week, for the Snowy River diggings. Apply at once to J, BAI SON, 4986 Bread and Biscuit Baker. Wanted, T fTITH immediate possession, a PADDOCK, containing from Five Hundred to Two Thousand Acres, with a cottage, or hut, stockyard, &c.; and, if possible, a small run attached. Address, stating terms, to C. H. STANIFUIlTH, Gundaroo. 4977 New Books. rn1WO cases of now and choice Books, e- ' Jason,' L expected by Fox's van on Monday. Further particulars will bo duly advertised. At tihe lcraid Book Mart. PUJNCH'S and FREEMASONS' POCKET BOUOKS for 1860, on Monday; price 9s. 6d. eachi pest free, 4 r. At the Herald Book Mart. Excellent Business Premises in Goulburn TTO LET, that portion of the premises of the Australian Joint Stock Bank in Goulburn, known as Bull's Commercial Store, Market-square, adjoining the bank, and comprising two storied varehouse, shop, offices, and out-oflSces,with excel...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

: AUCTIONEERS' REPORT.: Messrs. P. Doirot ANt" Co. report:-Stock.--fores re in rather Improved demand, staunch draught horses and good roadsters being inquired for. There has hbeen a fir supply, but very few of the right sort, which wouldr sell at good value., We have sold 8 head, at from £7 10s. to £16. No cattle nor sheephave been offered during the week. Merchaudiso.--On Thursday wo sold a quantity of furniture, generally at very low prires, .the present onodus for the Snowy llver nacting poejudically. We also cleared out ooo stores00, tay VolCk man's jams, at 6. per dozen ; sonp, at 17. pet cwt. isitns, at 0d. per lb., &c., &o. J. lFuO tenlEs (successor to H. Gorlg) roports:-The lncl money of the rweather during the last fortnight prevrented Stock from bring mustered, ronsequently fewo have arrived. Sold yesterdny a small draft of fat roows, avnerage weight about Scwrt., at £5 p'r head; also n frw milooero, with young calves by their sides, at £3 106s. to £4 per ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From our ome Correspondent.) Since my.last there has been little or nothing to report, with the exception of the late flood which occurred on Saturday last. For two days previous we had heavy rain, accompanied with thunder and lightning. The river rose a little on Friday, but on Saturday morning it rose rapidly upwards of twenty feet. I have not seen it so high since the flood of 1852. I am happy to say that no loss has resulted any more than the washing away of a few fences, and a little derangement in our postal department. The latter has been the means of disappointing many in sending their letters to England by this month's mail; but the cause was unavoidable, and we must put up with the loss. Though every exertion was made on the part of the mailman to endeavour to prosecute his journey, the fearful state of the Mo longlo river obliged him to return. The Goulburn and Gininderra mail arrived this evening about seven o'clock, which was good work, considering the depl...

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MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

MARIENGO. (From our on'a Correspodlent.) T£ms township, though slowly, is not the less surely going ahead. Within a very short time a large and respectnble.looking building has been erected, in tended for a public-house, which is to be opotied,'. understand, by our present landlord of the hlare'ngo inn; also a new and commnodious store. This no doubt will .prove a great acquisition to the inhubit nnts. And last, though perhaps not least in import ance, a school has been erected by subscription-not, however, before it was wanted, for until very lately the nearest school was twenty miles off. .. Thait there should be so much delay in the said of land in and around this township is quite unaccount able. There is plenty of land in this neighbourlhod well adapted for farming purposes and, I believe, surveyed; and to my knowledge numerous applica tions have been made to the Government by persons ready to purchase if an opportunity were.offhered them, for farming, or homesteads for themsel...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

GOULUIRtN. "£ s. d. £ s, d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 28 -0 0' to'-0 0: `0 Seconds, ditto, ditto......... 24 0 0 0 0 0, Wheat, per bushel .......... 0 9 0 0 0: 0: Bran, ditto ..................... 0 1. 6 0 0 '0. Outs, ditto .................. 0 5 .6 -0 6 0 Barley, ditto . ............. .0 4' 6 '0 i5' 0 Maize, ditto, new .........'0 6 0 : 0-6 6' Hai, per ton ................. 8 0 "0 ..10 0 0: Potatoes, ditto .. ...... 8 0':. 0 0 0 Bacon, per lb., scarce ..... O, 0 tO 10.: '" 0 0. 11 Cheese, ditto, plentiful..l... 00 5 - :0: 0 6 Salt butter, plentiful :.... 0' 1 0 0 1' 2 Fresh ditto .. ........ 1 '0"1 6 Eggs, per dozen ........... :0 1 0 ,; 0-0 0 Fowls, per pair. . . 2 6'.'0 3 .0 Turkeys, each . ............. 5 :0 00 0. Geese, each ...... ..." 06 0 0 0 Ducks, per pair........... 4. 0 :0 5: 0 Cattle, for slaughter, ac-?' '' cording to weight......... 5 0 0 8 0 0 Sheep .. ...... . 0 14 0 0 16 0 Pigs, per lb ...... 0..... 0 4 .0 0 .0 Tallow, per cwt. in de- . mand, scarce ..............

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COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

COlMER l CIJA L. "HEtarLD" Office, Friday evening. FLonn and wheat are not easilly obtainable, owing to the do nmannd that oexists for loading to tie Snowy River, the former is in greant reques. Tho mills quote £28 per ton, but are un ablo to meottlhe demnnds, nnd wo have heard of ns muoh as £33 having been given. A considerableo supply is now on the rad from Sydney. lr. Benjamin has purchased 300 bushels whent, at lls. Id. At thel Australian Store, the ptochase of 100 onnces of gold ts reported. Business at the stores generally has been brisk, a great demand existing for goods for thei Kiandra dig logs. Onwing to the recent floods, and consequent bad state of the roade, the rate of carriage from Sydney has nearly doubled, being £13 per ton.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

jTho fo11oivingi a lirtioiof Aur orrespondent'a Jg'tcr tittatzltauuid hoar iv pptttrtd in our last, but )attla, owing rat tfi1&' dtlayrr3tl a rrail, did nooraarca us till WVeduaari i3t qerra 1At.:. r 4pro °al uudnr,-4Ui'tn!ll n p.m. 'I ho Chiar f 1 Zat dinner in tha trecliaror' hl r ·a ll Srr rl at:roim r avera t1," ucialil ttt ;bo rut ohls , and rall the h r itt , foar'at ratneo yeanr. eo impiored them " noa to kill any mure chief justices." The Williams election was very. nearly decided by a " fluke." Mr. W. I. Allen wan proposed, but had not electors enough in his favour to demalnd a poll against Mr. Alexander Campbell, who had an immense majority in the show ol hands; when what do you thinkt of modern Quixotism? Mr. Abbott, I the proposer of Mr. Campbell, in a lit of generosity went over and made the sixth elector to ask for a poll, rather than that poor MIr. Allen should be deprived of the clances of a poll. This is nagnanimity with a vengeance, and at other people's ex...

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FATAL FLOOD AT BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

FATAL? FLOOD AT BRAIDWO, D. (Abridged from Wednesday's Observer.) IT is within, our painful province to chronicle a series of fearful disasters which have in a variety of instances resulted in loss of life and property, and have spread a feeling of intense gloom over the town and district. On Wednesday morning last; all vas calm and prosperous, and the tidings from the various, gold-fields were of a very cheering nature. Shortly prior to noon the rain commenced, and continued to Saturday. The clouds afterwards brolue in several directions, and hopes were expressed by the sanguine that a favora ble change in the weather was at hand. These hopes proved delusive, as in the afternoon, the rain, which had fallen in showers at intervals previous, descended in a heavy volumeand continued so to do during the whole of Saturday night, and with scarcely any intermission during Sunday and Monday. It was only yesterday morning that the sky presented a fairer appearance, and that reasonable expec...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY — FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

PA ILIAAMIEN AR Y. TUESDAY - FEoBItARsY 14. In the Assembly the Speaker took the chair at twenty-seven minutes past three o'clock. ACEILTAIN JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE. AMr. Asuen aslted tie Colonial Secretary whether, the Government are aware that a certain justice of the peace at Albury is keeping, as his hibusekeeper0, a womana of improper characeer, that this woman, although' separated frodt her husband,. has had several chilaren duringl thie tim she has resided with this justice of the pence, aod in ris hoaie?. 2. Witottier tile ciOvarlleIIt InteIlld malting enqairy into the matter? 3. Issuch a person fit to administer justice? The SPEAKER ruled the questions could hothobput. ELECTIVE EI.AOIBLATIVE COUNCiL DtLL. Mlr. FotsTEor brought up this bhll, which was read i first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Wednesday week. CASE OF tMR. SUTHttltRLAND. Mr. WtILSO moved the adoption of the re port of the comnmitteO on the claim of William Sutherland. The claimant lhad lst, poss...

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THE KIANDRA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

THSE KIANDRA DIGGINGS. ToH Snowy River, or as they should now be called, the Kiandra diggings are still exciting a great deal of attention. Up to the present time about a hundred or a hundred and twenty persons have left Goulburn, and a good many others leave to-day and in the course of next week. A son of Mr. Joshua King, and a son of Mrs. Wood have just returned. They loft Goulburn about a fortnight ago, with the intot tion of trying their fortune at the diggings; but on their arrival at Gibson's Plain tlhey found it im pssihblo to purchase tools, and nearly so to get pro visions, and tile fear of absolute starvatioil induced them at once to return. They report flour up to £110 per ton, and -very "senrde. A dray partly laden with flour, and belonging to aIr. A. Levy of Queanboyan, was rushed twenty miles on this side of tile diggings by men who met it on lhorsebuck, and the flour carried off. Tile diggers, however, paid for all rthey took at the rate of £11 per bag Those who had s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

SHIP 'OLIVER CROlVIWELL.' E.. BUTLER; DRAPER, &a., MARKET-SQUARE, GOULBURN, _ ESPECTFULLY calls the attention of his cus tomers and patrons to the following seasonable articles of Drapery, expected to hand next month (February), being the substance of the first invoice of Winter Goods, the balance to follow a month nater. Thirty Original Packages, El in diamond, SG outside. Case 188. Contains black coburgs and alpacas Case 189. Pinafore diapers Irish linens Union shirtings Table linens Damask cloths, ditto Infants' cloutings Brown, slate, and black hollands and onions Case 190. Coloured Coburg9 and Circassian cloths Case 191. French merinos Ingrains and French twills, in all the fashionable shades Case 192. Tailors' woollens Block and drab worsted cords Tweeds, fancy doeskins Case 193. Gala plaids in low numbers Case 194. Galas and shepherds', in second quality Case 195. Galas, all wool, in highest numbers Case 196. Petticoat jeans and cords Coffin cloths, mantle cloths Chin...

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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

GOULBU1LiN DISTRICT' COURT. WEDNEsDAY-F?nRtUAut 15. Tun court resumed its sittings.' TMCDARRA V. FRANKSL.IN. TUPIHtAM V. SAPI. • ... in these cases, adjourned from the-previous'dny, Mr. Mortt was ex.mined. "ho: stnted, that. he ,ha luthority,to receive "n certailn unm of money naceruing to defeldanst. lie expressed his willingness to. aign an undetrtaking to paiy the amounot of tile debts !ut o1E the first tolneys acrouing to him in lirennan and Fetaklttl's contrai.t, after deducting hins osvn claim; Verdiet for the. plaintiffs, in the full amtount claimed, .£17 LOs. in each case, and costs. DUrCIHEU V. WEBB. This was an action of trespass, for impounding cattle belonging to the plaintir. There was also a coont for trover, which was withdrawn. Ti'l plaintiif. Mr. James Butcher, resides at Bronti, shout twenty miles frolt Goulburn, and the defendant is thue son 'of a settler resiling near to him. Attorney for the plaintiff, Mr. Walsh; for tho de fendant, Mr. Gannon For the plaintilf'...

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NED RAYMOND: A TALE OF THE BOTTLE (Continued from our last.) THE COMMITTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

NED RAYMOND. A TALE OF THE BOTTLE BY 0. 5. 8753. (Continued from our last.) TIIHE COMMITTAL. TIPE old woman and the others then returned to Norah, and attempted to prevail on her to tell what had become of the letter, but with out success. Threatening and coaxin.g were equally in vain in their efforts to prevail upon Norah to disclose where she had concealed the letter. All was useless, and the three again stood together near the hut door. " It's no use searching any longer, we might hunt for a month and not find it; she must tell; so old woman, no nonsense about it; we'll make her-we'll flog it out of her," said Tomn, decidedly. "Oh, me child-me poor girl! Oh, Tom, Tom ! " cried the mother. "Would you rather see Jim hanged, woman? " " No, no, oh no ! She must tell; but Tom thin, take her away-far away in the bush- I couldn't bear to hear her cries-take her away Tom." " Yes, we'll take her away. Come on Jim. You keep the old man quiet, old lady." The ruffians then went to Norah, and...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

TUUaSDAY. The court opened at a quarter-past ten o'clock. MURPrY V. JONES. This was to recover £14 5s. for work done and goods delivered. For the plaintiff, Mr. Gannon; for the defendant, MAr. Walsh. The case, as shown by the evidence of the plaintiff and one William Bollester, was as follows:- The plaintiff, John Mlurphj, is a stonemason, in Goulburn, and was engaged in September by the defendant, James Jones, to build him a house in Grafton-street, of rubblle stone. For this lie was to be paid at the same rate as for one he had built at Tolwrang, vlz., G9. per perch. In the erection of this house plaintiff was assisted by a person named IlHllester. During the -course of erection the de fendant, independent of his agreement, built a cellar jnst behind tie house. In January, during a very heavy storm of rain, the house partly tumbled down, the Luilding then being within a week of its comple tion. It was alleged that the fall of it was owing to the cellar having been built at the bac...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

COURRESP?ONDENCE. (Weare desirous that our columnt hoo'd Ie regarded as open to all parties, and we are oh.refore wittllng to gtvo Insertion to all temp:rltely and intellielhly written letters on subject, of pulie Inlerest, even though thOe opinions advanced may be dinaetlrielly opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburtn Ilerald. Sm,-My attention was lately directed to a para graph that appeared in your issue of the 7th January, from your correspondent in the Lachlan district, which, from its falsity, induces me to answer it. Your correspondent states " that he met a poor, but respectable scotchman, who was employed to put up a dwelling'house; but on completion of his agree ment, instead of receiving his wages, the overseer gave him a most t-'merciful beating, and that when be recovered the effects of it he instantly set off S.to Burrowa to procure a summons." This statement, as a falsity, I must beg to refute. -. The man who was .employed by me to put up the house did not...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

LOCAL 11VTELLIGEVCE. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. On Wednesday last the officers who presided at the polling places in the north and south wards net at the town hall, and examnited tihe contents of the bal lot-boxes. having done so, the result was made public, and it was knownu that W. Fletheler for the Iorth ward, and J. Byrue for the south, had been elected. One remarkable thing is the election of iMr. Byrne. lie had through tile papers publicly announced his intention of retiring it lfavor of Mr. Marlsden, and as a consequence the frienlds of tihe latter gentleman took no pains to sec:uro Iis return. Had any idea of the electron of aMr. Byrne been entertained, it is of course impossible to suapose that four votes only would have been recorded for Mr. Marsden. In re cording four votes it was imagined that a muore matter of forsm was being gone through. 'rihe result has shown that tllis was a mistake. It is said that the votes recorded for Mr. Byrne were done so at tile instigation of the u...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860

CAL~SND~~a~' -I:. Der fth ee. unl n u yt Ace. B8 TURDAY ....... P·......] 13 6&41 7 47 ¢4 8UND\Y................ wn! &0 42 746 147 MUYI3sY ...g I........ ..1 YO 6 44 7 44 TXUESDAY............... ..ji _4 4i 7 47 29

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