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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860
THE BEE-HIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from tile o promises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to their new premises Opposite the lMarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4040 CHARLES ROGERS, GABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. IfURNITURE REPAIRED AND SRE-POLISHED. - 4592 SKINNER AND CO,. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla singer-Beer, and All' kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at 1 tended to, MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291' Goulburn. COO11nA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA. EGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEIIt'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. SCommission strictly moderate.. 400o ED WYARD BINGIIAM, (SUCCESSOR TO GARLAND AND INGO0IAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of Englis...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 March 1860
BIRTlII. On Mondlay, the th instnt. Mrs. WILL'AM DAVIES, Australian Storo, of n daughter. DIED, O0 the ith iMnrch, instant, in Goulborn, at the resti 'drnce of hter son, Mlr. Charles.Il. Walsh. SARAU, widov of Mir. William Walsh, formerly of lallina more, in tho county of Leitrim, Ireland, aged 76 years.
ORWELL HOUSE, MACLEAY-STREET, DARLINGHURST, SYDNEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. A FEW VACANCIES for BOARDERS and DAY PUPILS. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
ORWELL HOUSE, MACLEAY-STREET, DARLINGHURST,.: SYDNEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. FEW VACANCIES for BOARDERS apd DAY PUPILS. '.. OPINIons OP THE PRESS, "The answering would have done credit to stludents in any college in the world. The system at Orwell House may rightfully claim a precedence for intel lectual power very far over all the private establish ments in these colonies, anti, for the depth, and variety, and elegance of the education imparted. Suclh an examination places this ladies' seminary bn an equality with any institution, however high, in Europe."-Editorial report of the Christmas exnmi nation, in' "reeman's Journal.' 25th December, e188. "'l'This sesuslary appears to take a higher ran'ge than we had reason previously to hope the colony allfrdnld. It is gratifying to observe that the impor tant task of instructing the future mothers of the colony in elegant and useful acquirements is so efficiently taken up hy Miss Moore."-Report 'of ditto in ' Newcastle Chronicle,' J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
TATTERSALL'S CLU~ HOUSE AND PAIVIXL HOTEL. W. J. O'BRIEN 1EGS most respectfully to announce that his new S premises adjoining and attached to the present establislment, formerly tie " Mayor Inn," is now opened tbr the reception of his numerous friends and the public. 'Th. arrangements comprise Family Hotel, Caf6, Conmmnercial, l)ining, and Reception bIoomns. Tie whole litsed and farnished regardless ofexpense, with every convenience (icliuding Bath Iooms) to make TATTERSALL'S CLUB HOUSE the most perflct in detail, and cormplete in arrange mernt. of any Hotel in the Southern hemisphere. The sleeping and dining rooms will he found not only cool, but comfortable, and thioroughly ventilated. At the Caff. at any hour throughout the day, can be obrtained breakfast, luncheon, or supper. Tarble d'lloto (first-class) in tile largo dining room, at one i.m. daily. Separate dininrg and sitting rooms for lodgers. Gentlemen visitors will find at TattersalPl's separate alrartments, suited in overy...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
A Tmin.nA,? .received on . Thursday, and * which will be found in another place, infibrms us. that Mr. Jones, finding Mr. Hay would Snot join him in the forimantioni' of a cabinet, Siaban'doned the task, which was then entrusted io Mr. Robertson. The ;result is that the following gentlemen now form thie ministry: Secretary. for Lands and Premnier ..: ...t..... Mr. ROsEIaTS0N. Colonial Secretory,' with a ' "seat liti the Uppler House... Mr. Cowrnilt. Colonital Treasurer ........... Mr. WEEKI:S. SSecretary for Works ..r...... Mr. ARNOLs. S We congrtillatde the country on having once more a ministiy chosen from among tihe i'anks of the libir/l perty. Tihe gentlemen who now hold olice are all thoroughly out spdkoken fi'ends of progress-all haveo'.tlie wol flre of the country at heart-all are meni of integrity-nll can thiink for themselves-and we may rest assured that their actions will be the result of their honest convictions. All, Sexcept Mr. Arnold, have heldl the same posts before, ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
11ISCELLANE fU?S. IACHIsNE HOnSE-FEED.-- 9essrs. Ricll mond and Chandler, agricultural implement makers, Manchestor and Liverpool, are cornm manded by his imperial Majesty the Emperor of France to supply, thrPough Colonel Trotter, improved machines for the preparation of horse food. In connection with this supple mental machinery, an inlgenious invention has just been adopted by the French Minister of War for the better feeding of cavalry horses when on march. Mi. Naudin, veterinary sur geon of the Imperial Guard has succeedea in compressing the food fbr the journey into small tablets, liltke those already in use com posed of vegetable food for the army. I. Naudin, has given publicity to his process, and it is destined, no doubt, to render immense ser vice to the commisariat delatrtment in every country. The hay and straw are chopped fine, the oats and corn crushed, and then mixed in proportion to the nutritive qualities affroded by each. Upon the mixture is poured a mucilaginous re...
ARALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
Aitr.ot ., -(Gtnetally spedakiig throughout thess digings the grolt.sbl, aetivity prevails, and we holp to hear iil lIss tthanu ismotl., shsy will be as Ilourisll ing as fursuerly.- The wsatery appearance of tise weather has a depressing iusluence on tihe spirits of moany diggers, who are usltecidedl as to ilse best course to pursue until the'present unfavorablo aspecto of the sky has given plilust t io l weatller. Still, races are being cut in various directions, usd a great .aliunst oid idlustry is Ubserveblo'from tlhe foot of the t'asiofisni to Mnuldmelong.-- ' Braidwood Observer.' KIs?oGS PL.itN h)sIGnNoo.-M. r W'hittatker has bhrolght inSo oullces si' s.ol this week'from King's Plaiss, a tosseslwat larger qolstity ttsar ussol. Mali)'lct of the diggesrs lately aseslo0 ed ill that locality hare gone ulFto Snowyo .iver; hut about fifty still remait and are doing wtll .- B.thurtL Tim'esso, . SO'n DirT.--It is rsooured thit i A. ~siop.o; Est, : sP. is on ai vsit to the Kiindra eugld...
CHIEF BARON POLLOCK ON CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
. CHIEF BARON POLLOO? ON CREDIT. (From Ithe Specator.) WE have long since expressed a conviction that .the present law of debtor and creditor will have to be revised. The same opinion has been more recently expressed by others, who are anxious to obtain from the Logisla ture larger powers for solne stringent entforce ment; but possibly some thinking" men who participate in that movement may be mi:de to pause by the following letter fi.om the Cbief Ba~ron of the Exchequer published some time sinoe, hbut still germane to the labourof Pur liament, as well as the main question itself: '" Hatton, IHounslow; June 6, 1859. U Sir,-Accept my best thanks Iblor your communication. My remnarks at Bedford, on hbarging the grand jury on tihe last assizes, were not at all directed against the mode in which any county court judge lhad exercised Iis power, but against tihet power itself. It would lhave been cheanper in many instances, both for the Treasury and the county, to lhave paid the debts; fo...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 'EMEU' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
LATER EUROPEAN MIEX¶S.. . ARIlIVAL OF TIlE 'MEUIW ':.',' [Pii . Ei.ECTiiiO 'TELEGnArii.J Tnc: Emeu' arrived at Kangaroi .shi il yesterday iafternoon, briiiging the January mails. '.. The telegrams yet received are very secity. The following is the ubsutance f'thie news to January 28th, received via Aden.' ""i ".., b. Parliasient was opened on the 24thlDecembor: Queen's speech, as usual, was well, received. .Our relations with foreign powers wre atisted to be friendly. The assembling of a contgress is'pdstponed. Italian liberty is advocated. The Frenclh treaty is approvedl. An estimnateo for natioeia) dofencus is prolposed. The state of the revenue :.Indian andt Einglish, is declared to be satisfactoryl the trade re turns favourable;i and all crinmo to havh diminished. The French hibudget is satisfactory. ' Count Cavouer's ministry ia completed. Theio Nea politan have resigned. , . "t Caplain Harinson of the * Great 'Eastern,' has heen drowned. General sympathy is cxifresscd. Theo ll...
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
~SYDNIEY. [FROI OU1 OW Oi UOIttSPONDtENT. WVednesday, 4 p.m. tOLITIOAL. , Sin DaNIEL Coorln returned to toWn on Monday night, and yesterday morning, after ano interviesv vwith his Excellency, consulted Mr. Jones, and, I have hIeard, proplosedl that certain others should also ho eonsulted'whom Jones did'not approve of. Sir Daniel then fell back on his plea of ill-health, and retnrned his commission to the Governor-General, recommendilng that Mr. Jones should be sent for. Mr. Jones immediately telegraphed for Mn. Cowper, who arrived in town by the train last night. The result is, as shown on the best authority this morn ing, that Mr. Cowper has consented to accept the oflice of Colonial Secretary, with a seat in the Upper House; this, however, being for the express purpose ofendeavouring to pass tbe Legislative Conncil Ito form Bill, which is to be introduced in that HIouse. Mr. Jones is now negotiating with Mr. Hay, and there is a probanility that be will come into tihe ministry. It ...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
.PAR.LINAENT'1RARY. [pER ELECTRIo TELEORAPII.n Tlnulc?s?ir--lMAcH 8. : . In tlihe Lagislati'e Assembly, Mr. GaiA stated thant a new ministry oansisting of Mr. Ilohartson is Secretary for Lands and Premier, Mlr. Cowper tis Colonial Secretary, Mr. Weekles as TI'reasarer, and Mr. Arnold as Secretary for Public Workas, had been formed. 'thu seats of Mr. Robdertsoi, Mr. Werkes, and MIr. Arnold, wrct thIereupen declared maceant. Mr. JiNes then explained tlifupart he Iad itaken. lie bad at uaea muughlt Mr. Cowsper's co.uperstion, statiimg that le did So ot tit caoldition that none of those "gemtlemen wehoa b.ad formerly been associated ivith Mr. Cuwpr, al should be included, but that Darvall and lay slotuld be iro quaoted tot'khofHice. For hisaowl (Mr.J.'s)part, he felt that dhe ditlered fromm Mr. ltobarison atn tit land questiont so widely, tllat he could nol ot t with him. Mr; C6wpr had assented to this arrangemcnlt' but Hay havilig irefuscd, hle (Mr. J.) resiglctd his eomml6?aion. ' . S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
S THE RBEE-HIVE. NOTICE OF REMIOVAL. SEMANUEL O& SON have REMOVED from the a premises lately occupied by them in Auburn Itrelt to their new premises Opposite the MIarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 CHARLES ROGERS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND S FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam's. URNITURE REPAIRED AND •REPOLISHED. 4592 SKINNER AND -CO. - Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla . Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. ('ARDERS by post, or-otherseise, immediately at . 'tendedto. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. C;OO1VIA. BENJA?MIN DE LISSA B"EGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has tatken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. Comnmission strictly moderate. 4coo EDWARD BINGHAM, (eUCcoe8Bo TO GARLAND AND BING0HAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, S TOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer Sof ...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
COOMJElB CIA .l 4 'i HIBRaLD' Ofmeo, Friday evening. We have nothing of Interest to report this week. Odr. larks has purchased 12 bales wool, and 40 ounces gold frem Tuena. Meossrs. Doeles, Alexander, and Co. hkne purchased 10 ounces of gold fromntie Snowy Rleer, and 10 bales wool. GOODLOUUl. GO. s.. ? . 's. d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 32 0 0 'to 0 0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto......... 80: 0 00 0 Wheat, per bushel .......... O 12 0 0 14 0 Bran, ditto..................... 0 1 6 0 0 Oats, ditto ................. 0 5 0 0 6 0 Barley,ditto ............... 0 4 6 0 5 0 Mnize,ditto,new ......... 0 6 0 0 6 6 Hay, per ton ...........;.. 8 0 0: 9 0 00 Potatoes,ditto ............ 8 ,0 0. 0 0 0 Bacon, per lb., scarce ..... 0, 0.10 ;0 .0,11 Cheese, ditto, plentiful...... .0 "5j 0 0 6) Salt butter, plentiful. .... -o0 1 2, 0 , 4 Freshditto .................. . 0 1 3,8 0 1 6 Eggs, prdozen 1..... ... O " 0I o 0 0 0 Fosels,perpair. 0.2 6 ·..0 3 0 Turlteyscoh .......... 0. 0 .0?- . .0, 0 .0 Geese, e...
AUSTRALIAN WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. (Compiled by Illawarra Mercury from the Christian Advocate, and Wesleyan Record.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
AUSTRALIAN WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. (Compiled by Illawarra Mercury from the Christian Aduocate, and WYesleyan Record.) The sixth Annual Conference of the Australasinn Wealoyan MIethodist Church, commenaeod its session in "Wesley Church," Moelbourno, on Thursday, January the 19th. Forty-one ministers were pre sent. The Conference was opened by the retirinS President, the Reo. J. D. Draper. The retiring President then read an extract from the answer of the British Conference, to the effect that tile nomination of the Rev. J. Egglestonl to the oflice of Presidelcnt of the Australasian Conference was approvod, and that he was appointed to that oillio for tile year 1860. The next business of the Conference was to elect its secretary. The votes were as follows: tlhe ex prosidobt, 10; Rev. T. Buddle, 7; and 3 ench for two other brethren. The ex-president was declared to be elected, and took his seat as secretary. The Revds. Tlhomas Buddle and Stephen Rahno wore elected assistant secr...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
To the Editor of the GoulburnIHerald. Sr,--Will you have the kindness,'llyallowing me a small space, to contradict some statements that appeared in your paper of the 18th of last month, signed An Overseer, Bland Plains, which if allowed to go unanswered, would pass as the truth. Indeed, I must say it would bhe wiser formo!to take no notice, but I am induced from his false and groundless statements to do so. This person, an Overseer, sets out in the hope of refuting your cr respondent's comlounllicatios, which he has not done. and which he could not do, for they were the truth, and, as it must be acknowledged, it is very hard to overthrow the truth. A person, unacquainted with the Bland district, might at once receive Overseer's letter as the truth, hut the inhabitants whom he has the barefaced impudence to toll an enlightened public are in a state of barbarism, would not credit one word of what he says. From Gundabingil to the Billybong,.a distance of sixty miles along the main cree...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, ALBURY. On Monday, the 16th day of April next. SUBURBAN LOT.—AT HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860
AT THE POLICE OF-CE, ALBURIoY. On Monday, the 16th day of April next. SUURBAN LOT.-~AT IIOWLONGO. Lot 1, 1 acre I rood, allotment 1 of section 3. The upset price of the above lot is £4 per soacre. TOWN LOTS.-AT IIOWLONO. Lots 2 to 11, 2 roods each, allotments 10 to 19 of section 1. Lots 12 to 17, 2 roods each, allotments 12 to17 of section 2. Lots .18 to 21, 2 roods each, allotments 6 to 9 of section 10. Lots 22 and 23, 2 roods each, allotments 5 and 6 of section 11. Lots 24 to 43, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 20 of section 12. Lots 44 to 53, 2 roods each, allotments I to 10 of section 33. Lots 54 to 63, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 10 of of section 34. The upset price of the above lots is £8 per acre.