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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
YD.- N SoYlvEY.- '' '" (From the daily papers.) '. . We hbavo to record another instance of the horrible and unnatural crmne of infanticide; which is unhappily bcomnisi of very frequent occurrence in.this iol0ony. It appears that.about.9 o'clock last,eveniiing two, young girls proceeded, to.thlt part ofJydo Pairk noear to Lyons-terrace, where some .excyvation is noing on, for the' purpose as they, state, ofl rosuring somie pieces of white stone which is sometiomes used by servtants in rubbing the flagging of verandahs and tile stone steps of doors to give lthlem a wlitul appelir ance, antd while T'eeoling about in tho ilark, oto, of the girls toiuched something which hlid sa very sofn and peculiar feel; she b?alled -the'tttnlidn of two young iniei whol wdore piassingt at the tim6 tolit, wlhen it wos discovered to be ile dead bodyiof a fine end appar= notly new-horn child,-envelopeo d in paper wilh an outer covering of 'called','showing evideontly by the black marks and bruises unon ...
COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
COUNTIRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. : The following, from our Queanbeyan correspon dent, should have appeared in our last, but was in 4dvertently omitted.] .E mr.-Last night about eight o'clock - fire broke iut on the premises of Mr: Brick, a storekeeper, of this town.. Immediately after discovering the place to be in flames, the alarm was given, a great number of the inhabitants ran to the spot, and by their united efforts after some difficulty, succeeded in quenching the devouring element; had it not been discovered for a few minutes longer the whole property must have been consumed; but we are happy to say the loss is not so much as might be imagined; but still it must emount to something very considerable, the whole of the property destroyed being drapery. - The necessity of a fire-engine in this town, is now become great; what would be the consequence if such extensive premises as the stores of ilessrs..Wright, Levy and others were to take fire? All assistance to subdue it without an en...
(From our Files per 'Emen.') [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
(From our Files per Emeu.') It is understobd that a measure, or.propo pal, having- for its oblject the defence of the Colonies, will be subniitted by Government to Parliament as early in the ensuing session as circumstances will permit. The details are not known-perhaps are not yet determined upon;. but as far as they have transpired, it seems that the measure will aplily'only to cer tsin colonies~ which will be asked to divide thecost with the .lnperial Government, while other colonies of greater wealth, such as Aus tralian will be left to provide theirow.n defen ces. We coufesswe have little reliance upon those crude outlines; .but we give them as they have reached us. We apprehend that before Ministers come to Parlinment with such a solheme, they will have bestowed more ma tura;.consideration upon its provisions... All domestic iiterests have been latterly so completely absorbed in.foreign affairs, and in the enrolnent of the Volunteers, that incidents are scarce at home. TheOChr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
THE R EE-HIIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 1 EMANUEL &.SON have REMOVED from the. S" premises lately occupied bythem' in Auburn ;reet to Ihoir new premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. . 4049 §iUINNER AND CO. Soda Water , , Lenonade S Sarsaparilla .. Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. RDERS by pest, or otherwiise, imediatelyat. Q .'te nded to. .i. 15ANUFIACTORY, VERNER-STREET, . . "early opposite Catholio Chapel, 4,2"9 .. . ?.' Goulburn. COOlVIA. BENJAMIN DE' LISSA B}EGS to inform the inhabitanits' of Cooma and I'? the surrounding district that he has taken out ano AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. 'iCommission strictly moderate. 46oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (a: CEsson TO OGALAND AND BINGHAM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, C$TOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer L? of Eniglish and American agricultural imple sIents, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. Agent foi 'Tuxford a...
SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
fro this paper, tub hove. pad nothing for the~ last pun yearsJ, are informed that thcir ppers will be stepped and legal prpgceedingjs institutecd, unrless the OHmoIunts due1 be remoited imtlUlldiltl)'. Advertiisrs, umnd others siiilarly indebted to the proprietor of this nuronal, sill lso. be proeodcedl aninhhmt, wvithout respeet to persons.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. &nbsp; THE mail from Cooma having been robbed, has pre- vented our receiving some letters that we expected would come to land direct from Kiandra. A friend who had reached Queanbeyan the evening previous to that on which the mail ought to have arrived, has, however, kindly favored us with the following, which fortunately supplies the hiatus. 'Sir, - Having having taken a journey to the Snowy River, perhaps, to many of your readers who have not been, or likely to take the journey, a short account of it may be amusing. " Three of us started from Cooma on Wednesday morning, and for several miles rode over a beautiful road, called the Dairyman's Plains. Passing round a bridle path to avoid a hill, we saw immense quantities of iron stone; in fact, it looked pure iron, pre- cisely like that at Mittagong. Here lie thousands, nay, millions of tons of ore, only awaiting the labour and capital of man to bring forth this more valu...
LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 March 1860
LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. The leases of the portions of land described in the annexed schedule, will be put up to auction, at eleven o'clock of Friday, the 20th day of April next, at the places respectively mentioned. 2. Further information respecting the land can be obtained from the Surveyor-General, and respecting the conditions, from the Honorable the Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, and from the Land Agent of the district. 3. The upset price of each lot is £1 per section of 640 acres, for the year commencing 1st January, 1860. At the Crown Lands' Office, Berrima. &nbsp; County of Camden., Lot 1, 1200 acres, on Paddy's River, near Mur- rimba. Lot 2, 960 acres, on Paddy's River, near Mur- rimba. Lot 3, 900 acres, on Paddy's River, near Mur- rimba. At the Crown Lands' Office, Carcoar. County of Georgiana. &nbsp; Lot 1, 640 acres, near Cook's Vale Creek. At the Crown Lands' Office, Moruya. &nbsp; County of St. Vincent. Lots 1., and 2, 640 acres each, near Mogendara ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
For Sale, S1EVIERAL BUI3l)ING ALLOTMENTS, cen , trally situated in the town of Guulhurn. Also, an allotiment in the centre of the BIrick Yards, on which is built a substantial lour-roomed COTTAGE, with stable, shed, and piggery. W..LENIHAN, 4782 Anttioneer and Commission Agent. Rams for Sale. SOR SALE, by the undersigned, 130 RAMS, in prime condition. A. BLOOMFIELD, 5143 Coolamatong, Cooma. G RIST--GRIST-GRIST. OLDBURY STEAM MILLS, BERRIMA. -STEPHEN C. WALKER BEGS most respectfully to inform the inhabitants B and settlers in the surrounding districts that he is prepared to receive G'rist, in any quantity, the Mill havtng lately been put in repair; and, as S. C. W. is a practical miller, ail who favour him may depend upon its being manufactured with care and dispatch. February lst, 1860. 4028 Department of Public Works, Sydney, 5th March, 1860. To Contractors and Others. BERRIMA BRIDGE, 'lIENDERS will be received at this Office until noon I of Tuesday, the 3rd of April next, from per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
Wanted, A RESPECTABLE middle-aged FEMALE, to Stake charge of a nursery. Apply to MRS. D. DAVIS,. bs88 Old Commercial Store. Wanted A WET NURSE. Apply at the AUSTRALIAN STORE. .... 51iS The English Newspapers, Latest Dates,' TUST RECEIVED by the MAIL, dnd now on a sale SAt the Herald Book I. art. Tenders ' ITILL be received up to noon of Wednesday, .Y the 28th instant, for the SHOP-FITTINGS of the new Herald Book Mart. Plan and specification on view at the office of the undersigned. ' ' The lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. H. LORD." S Notice. . ALL persons indebted to the late firm of JAS; AND A. FRASER are requested topay in their respective accounts, without delay, to the under signed, he being sole proprietor. 5162 ALEX. FRASER. Notice. THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between SJAS. AND A. FRASER, of Gnndaroo, as General Storekeepers, has this day been DISSOLVED by mdtual consent. Dated this 17th March, 1860. . ALEX. FRASER. JAMES FRASER.; .Witness~-J. STTE. . 5163...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. DIoGNAH AND CO. report:-Stock.- The horse market is again exceedingly flat, and with no immediate prospect of improvement. We have sold 5 head, at from £6 los. to £11 10s. Cart, L13. We have also sold, privately, 200 and odd head of horses, from yearlings upwards, from the Cook's Vale estate,to Mr. John L. Oakes,at£5. This mob would have brought a higher figure, but have been altogether neglected for seven or eight years. For fat cattle there is no urgent demand, most of the butchers being fairly supplied. Produeo. `Wheat remains at about last quotations, with very little movement. Hay brings from £8 to £8 10s. Merchandise.-There has been no auction business, but private sales have been brisk. On Monday we held a sale of furniture, at which better prices were obtained than have ruled lately, J. FoL.A.IMsa (successor to H. Greig,) reports having sold during the week, privately, 61 head fat cattle, equal proportion of sexes, at £5 17s. Gd. per head, ta...
EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. The popular agitation in Hungary is being greatly prbomotedinot only by the heavy taoxes imposed of late by the Viennese go erohmet, :but by the superfluous cruelty of .the tax-collectuos. 'A letter from Pesth, of the 6th of January, states 5as follows: 'i The Austrian functionaries are continuing, in all parts of the country, to seize and "sell up" the furniture, grain, and live stock of the poot people who ure unable to meet their de mends. But the oppressive churacter of these p:lroceedings, and the mingled insolence and I. ruielty with which the Austrians carry them :out, are exciting a spirit of indignation among all classes, which threatens, sooner or later, to 'finid vent in a formidable explosion. Two cir c..msfunces of recent occurreonce will, I think, show that the endurance of the Hlungarians must be well nigh exhausted. A few days ago, at Pelzac, in the county of Szathmur, a peasant, named Kosa, had his horse seized for non-payment of taxes, and the an...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
IT would appear after all that the ministry intend attempting to carry on the.business of the country with the House of Assembly as at present constituted. I lt may well be doubted whether it would not have been a wiser policy to have dissolved --an attempt to pass the estimates having 'fmit been made. For a more impracticable lot tihan the gentlemen who at present consti tute the 'repository of the wisdom of parlia ment has certainly never in New South Welsh annals 'been "assembled together. ' It might be,-?ertainly, that the result of another elec tion would place its in a posttion not a whit better. For instance, Qaeanboyan and Argylo might again retturn lunatics, and Syd ney. nmight again disfranchise herself by ,electing, members who would always be found v'oting rigainst each other. But even if the seve ral constituencies be crazed enough to return muen whom they must have found incomnpotent for the work of legislation, and unwilling to allow others to do that which they thems...
LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
. . LACILAN DISTRICT. ((From our eom GCrrespondent.) RAN..--We have no need now to complain of the. want of water. We havelhad five days' and five nights' heavy ruin. On Tuesday, the decond day of its continuance, it rained as if poured through a sieve, fron~ about I p.m. to about a quarter past 7 p.m. I never witnessed anything equal to the in cessant and rapid descent of this wished-for element dluring the above time. Had it continued raining a day or two longer, it would have, in all probability, overflown the banks of the main creek, and the in habitants would have had no other resource than to take to the trees which grow on its banks, or the hills in the far wesa, and this latter could not well be done, for when the water would liave overflown its banks, as they are much higher, the body of water id overflowing would doubtless move on to the centre 'f the swampy plain. .It would then be impossible 'for a horseman to wade or swim over. I have heard of no'damage caused by the fl...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
, ... YDNEY. FR. . OM-OUR OWN :COIRRPONDEiNT. ."Fai'following letter from oer orreolonIltnt iliould it?a rep i; pe??ld n our last, but was omitted orlug to tho uon-ar S". rtal of the malt iu time . ,:: ?o ncr.. Mlonday, 4 p.m. . - COMttEnCIAL. Ir -iiright that this head should stand' first, for -ndthing but cumtnmrcial intelligeice is now spokeon -of.by the newsmnogers and gossips, whom you chance to meet with i thle street. The genius of Mtr. Dunoip seccs t6 ruti tlh present destinies of the congreguational interest, that pal:ticular section of .lthe community who frequent Dr. Ross's Chapel being conspicnous in the present disastrous rumours. SUp to the preant timne tl'e firtns that have suspended payment are Messrs. Buyers and Learmouth, Mr. * R. Harnutt, Messrs. W. Fairfax and Son, Messrs. D. Joines and Co., Messrs. 'Thoupson, Symonds, and SCo., and '.r. E. M. Sayers. This list will probably be increased before the day closes. At all events there are runours of the most startling...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
000GULDU5 . £ E. d. £ md.e *Fineflour, per ton ......... 80 0 to 82 0 0 Seconde. diitdditto ....... S 0 0 0 o0 0.0 ..Wheat, perbushel . ...... 0 10 0 0 10 61 Pollard andBran, ditto ... 0 2 0 0 0 0 SOats, ditto .... ......... 0 5 .0 06 0 Barley, ditto .............. 0 4 6 20. 5 50o Maize, ditto, new ........ 0 6 0 0 6.. 6 Shay , per ton ......... 8 0 0. .6 0::0, Pottoes, ditto ........ 8 0 0" 0 0..0 Bacon,,per lb., scarce . ... 0 10 ;0o . 1o10: Cheese, ditto, plentiful...... 0 0 6 0 -'0: 60 Salt butter, plentiful 0 1 ' 0 0 0 0. 16d 0 1ditto 1S " Eg?e, per dozen ........... 0 1. 0 0 ;1?, 6 Fowls, poerpair 0 2 6 ..0 "3 0 Turkeys, each ............... 6 0" 5 0 Geese, each .......... ... 6 0 0 0 0 uo,per'pair ... ...040 0 0 Cattle, for slaughter, so. S cordin to weight......... 5 0 0 8 0 0 man ...dc.. ... . ..: 0 ". 0 016 0 f.vio allo, w cer ::ow.. i 6i de-. ;" ? .,l? . mend, scarc ............ ,6 '0)'?"'- .'lO 0
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
LOCAL IN'TELLIGENCE. , KIANDRA GOLD-FIELDS. Tna? over anxious feelings with whioh news from this locality has been looked flr isfanst kbating. Theim pression gains groind that. the gold-field, .far from being the largest yet discovered in Now South Wales, is the smallest and that it is hopeless to expect any good to result from a trip there, until shme fresh discoveries have been made. The assertion that all the payable ground yet discovered is fully oo cupied is confirmed. Notwithstanding the near approach of ivitter, persons from down the country continue to pass up in considlerabl numbers. In addition to the con vovances of Messrs. Crane and IRoborts, Messrs. Fox and Wilson have commenced running a: well appointed lday coach once a weel, to and from Sydney and Qneaubeyan. The first coach arrived in Goulburn from Sydney on Wednesday, loaded with passengers, and left for Queanbeyan on the fol lowing day. A telegram from Gundagai says:-" The Snowy River escort has arrived with 6350 ...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
UUMALUUCI1ACL. ' HERALD' Office, Friday Evening. .WHEAT, flour, and produce generally, cheese in prtioular, appear to have a downward tendency. The firatia.being sold as low even as 10s., and flour as low'as £30. This quotation for wheat is, how ever, merely considered nominal. Messrs. Davies, Alexander and Co., report the purchase of 124 ounces of gold from the Aber e rombie,' and 20 ounces from Kiandra and Tum berumba; and Mr. Marks reports the purchase of 172 ounces from Tuena.
COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 24 March 1860
COUNTRY NEW S. QUEANBEYAN. (Froms our own Correipondesnt.) NOTmINO has been heard of the parties who robbed the Cooma mail. . The police have just returned after three hard days' riding, without aly clue'to the rpb bers whatever; all that has been found is an empty mail bag. I fear the thieves will now evade their vigilance. I-must again be under the necessity of adverting to.the'utter want of police protection on that road. The Queanboyan correspondent to the 'Chronicle,' as well as myself, have occasionally these - twelvo months brought this matter very strongly beforeothe public; but surely.,fter such transactions as have so lately occurred, there will. at once be the required protection afforded.' MonE STIOCKING-UP.- On Saturday last a' than was stuck-up at a lonelyplace in the bush, about three miles from the Rob Roy, on the road to Kiandra, and robbed of £3 14s., together with his hat, -A report has just reached town that six men were stuck up by armed men, about thirty miles ...