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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

MISCE3LLANEO US. -------- 0 SKIETCHES OF PUBLIC MIEN. - JOHN RoBn?ITSoN.-Of all the public men now in the Assembly, commend us to John. Robert son, late miilister for lands. In times when it is difficult to point out who is a true liberal, aind who is but a counterfeit--whenr men like Paikes, whom the country were once dis posed to place implicit trust in, assist in op posing a really liberal ministry, and then, as if stung by repentance, as steadfastly oppose their successors, leaving it a matter of doubt as to what their own future course may be, it is refreshing to look to the subject of our present notice, and be able to say-" there at least is an honest and consistent politician." Ever since Mr. Robertson took his seoit in parliament, he has persisted in an open and straightforward course, undeviatingly pur suing that which he has believed to be right, and loaking no sacrifice of principle at the altar of expediency. There is no doubt that in formerly bringing forward a motion ...

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(From our Sydney Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

(F'rom our Sydlney Correspondet.) - In addition to the intelligence which I transmitted by telegraph, some further items of the news brought by the 'Salsette' have reaclhed un by tclhgranifromi. Addelaidrle.. Asit is not likelv that the m iil steamer will be here before We'dlnesday oext, it may be convenient to sumnmanrise this intelligence. 'Thel combined English and French expedi tion against China, is not abandoned, as was repirtedl. It\ was to sail from Europe in the present month of January. In Egypt, however, things looked some what threatening. Notwitlstanding tihe po sitive prohibition of the work by tihe Sultan, the EEmperor of thi French hlid directed that M. do Lessep, should proceed with his prvjoct of a canal throughl the Isthmus of Suez. 'This, if traue, is a pretty significant defianco of Englandl. Thie following paragraphs are from the ' Epire's ' telegraims: In Englonl, local politics were irr a state of stagnation, public ilterest buing wholly en grossed by the aff...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

COOTMERI C.1 L. LOnlost olthrios eprerfl, tIle pre qltorl ,to, is artile ar those In tmanretloa beiten the prodver snod ia tifirt pur chrser ;fortu; totwieh nt dealere i ondlor, l teo tdemh tIh Roetll prior. ok Y.hss.--Wlat, er bushrl. 70. to .; nl. orine , ptr toe, £.e seconds, titeo, ;£14, tran, p.,r blosb, 014. to 04 ; ,aize. t, . 04. to t. 0d.; oar. J. to0 4 O4..; hy., pr ton. or £ of i.; b7rloy, us,. to 4s;lre. botter, Is. 6h.; alr titto, ir. pt.r it,. cLwe, tho e n; beon, csnold; eSd , ei r loen, It. 14 . to Is. h.; poato0, per ct., it. 0d. to 4a.; e.l yI, tr, b, ayh. to 7s. le1.; w ren fllttos, O.5to 10t 5ba. l, r2ob, £o af 74l beeft, pr b., . Sto 4.; too. 5.; el, ,.; por. y. to 04. qnulono.-Piat-trtlto tIt cotto , £7 tOu. to £8: ditao leep. , or. to vos. atlt pori, plr l1., retoil, is; iuott, 104. ;lonirl ebhelt, 1od.to ?o.; tCoshc qtittlo, it. ltl to 13.; foor, pt'r 0(4) It,. £0 to £0 5r. ;trab buteoroO. O4. ; oltl do. ; , 0,tr per Ihobln, 5h to lus.; taite, 0t. to 7t. ;tha...

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From the 'Sydney Morning Herald.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

From the ' Sudne# Morning Herald;.' The following is a list of passengers and go'ld, as p1)blished in the Melbourne ' Argis.,' of 5th-August, 18r59:-' Royal Chlarter' (s.), C?altain Tayl'or; passengers-Mr. and Mi's. James Fowler, Miss Fowler, two clhildren, and servant; Mr. and Mrs. James Murrsy, Mliss and Master Murray; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, child, and servant; Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, and four sons; Mrs. Tweedaloe; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mitchell; Mr. and Msi . Grove ; Mrs. anid Miss ibNahmer; Mr. and Mrs. Garden ; Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and thlree .children; Mrs. Fenwick and four clhil tdren; Mrs. Foster and servant; Captain Withors ; Dr. I-Iatch; Messrs. IIHatton, Robert Jenkins, IIHglh Bet]ane, Joshua M'Evoy, Charles Hodge, Mellor, Welsh, Mollineux, WYalter Davis, Duffolrd, G. Watson, W. La: fargue, Henry, Ta) lor, Gutdry, F. M'George, sen., W. -I. Morse, Beanme, jpn., and 335 in the intermediate and st.eerage. OCargo? (8,404 ounces gold, 49,130 soveroigns. iThe Liverpool wool saies c...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney. 6th December, 1859 TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

GO V'ERNMENT NOTICES. Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney. 6th December, 1859 TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. The deeds of grant specified in this list, beingf ready for delivery to the grantees, or their agents duly empowered, it is requested that early applica tion may be made for them at this oTffice. Authorities must bear the signatures of tl?e grantees, attested by a magistrate. l'arties applying for deeds are particularly re quested to state thie numbers placed against those they may require. A. G. Si' LEAN, Acting Surveyor-oGeneral (Co:ecluded fsom last issue.) 2226 SIIHANAHAN Thomas, lengendore, 2 roods allotment 7 of section 23 2227 Ditto, ditto, 1 rood 35 porches, allotment 13 of section 23 2228 Ditto, ditto, 1 rood, 35 perches, allotment 12 of section 13 2219 Pitto, ditto, 2 roods, allotment 6 of section 23 2230 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods, allotmndut 14 of section 10 2231 Smitht William, Goulburn, 31 acres 1 roud, portion 12 2238 Simmons John, IItume, 93 acres, portion 2 2244 Si...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

:, A'Y)NEY 7. L teInOM.OUI OWlN COREBSPONDIJNtO r.] , : .; : Monday, 41 p.m. • -'.:"-: " "2-.·; - 1-IOI; I ,I+A* ,...- ... ... . . . TlE craving for some more trustworthy persons to managose the vessel: of state has received a new im pulse from events that have come to light during tlo last two or three days. A short time ago a bill was inlroduced, and passed the parliamenelt, for the par pose of enabling a deputy clhairman of quarter scs sions to act, in the absence of tihe cllairman tlhrolugh illness or othurwiso. Nhobodly psid mllch artteitiol to this mlatter, excepting those in tile secret, aut tIhe bill was allowed to pasrs as a matterl of course. I now, hIowever, hear thant the murder is out. It seemsn that Mr. Cheelte, who is in bad lhealthi hia obtini d leave of absence, to visit Europe, alnd that it crnsc quasntly became necessary to appoint a temporary successaor. Tile person Islit upon fbr tills purpose was Mr. W. Vasidermsoulin \Villd a young genle. man whio lately succe...

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A PIECE OF BLOOD-MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

(,i i.(Eroim UDin's 'All the Year RounJ.,) ;BiTAN BAY, that niouthfil taken out'of.tlh 'lin;hby tlhohungry sea, on the east'sh6re of Australi, some fi e mile i south of SydAine, ?was ao denominaited by Captain Gook, some few .years before lie was eaten, on account of the nest of wild flowers, bulbs, and creepers tiýiht'grew on the'beacli. How little did tie observant captain think, when he looked on iliat p'imneval nursory-gardon of nature, of the moral weeds that were hbreafter to fester on this purgatory coast. IIow little he fore suw the prickly Whitechapel thistles, the THickley-in-the- ule branmbles, that would tone day grow in rank hideousness on this shore, so dark and high that some men, look ing this way for a glimpse of heaven for a moment, wolid scarcely see it, so darkened iriuld be God's blessed sun by the hideous undergrowth and the dark branches of this awatupy jungle of crime, and misery, and sin. "A little unpretending book, entitled Lost nnd Found, published biy Mr...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

LOCAL JNTZLLIMGZSO. Pote.o-On Saturday, two of the constabulary were fined 10s. oeach for neglect of aluty in failiug to report a ease of stealing that had col o ulnder their notice.-Yo?bterday, IBridget lDwyer was sentencel to twenty-four hours' imprisonment for drunkenness. Indulging, lhowever, in some remaIrks of a disrespect ful character on leaving tile court, tile btench sell Lenced Iher to a further period of twenty-four ihours tbr contemplt of court.-Johnl Rodgers, ch:rged with Ileilng of unasound minl, was ordered by the bench to be remanded to the gaol for seven days. TaoE Malrs.-The Sydney mail doe on Sunday at 4 p.m., did not airrive till half-past 9 p.m., having been ldelained by tile Bargo River beinlg looded. 'iThe various cross-cosntry mails, with. the oxception of the Finds mlil, were unable to start on( Saturday morn ing, owing to the flouded state of the eountry. 'Th Taralg malil wasi on Sutday conveoyedl across the Wollotdlilly by Mr. Zouch's boat, the hiorse swi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

Apprentice Wanted. W ANTED, an iotelligeot lad as an app'nticee. SInquirt at the office of this paper. Wanted, A STEADY, MIDDI)LE-A(GED WOMAN, as Lanodlres,,'for the country; none but a s?bler woman need apply to Mrs. WILLIAM SLIONS, Auburn-street. 4e:I Wanted, A SITUATION. by a respectaole man, oea small ftrunily, who has had twetry-one ycart' expc rinceo in tho colonty atmong sbheep and cattlec, I btcenc at the cure of all diseasens among stockl in New Southt Walos and Vietoria, and had tie mantgement of very largo establilshments. Wages liberal. Apptly at the oflico of thlis paper; or, by letter J.M.D., carteol F. COt)'ER., iEsq., Lake George, Col ector. 4488 Housemaid. T\XANTED), a Houstemaid. Apply at the Chequerrs IV tn. 4720 To Printers. ANTEI . immediitely, a COMPOSITOR and tPIESSMAN. Apply ah this ofllice. 4710 £500 and £400. W ANTEI), thlese tumson MOtIlTIGAGE. Good security. Apply to A. S. FREESTONE, Solicitor. Queanboyan, 3rd January, 18?0. 4709 Young Australian Cricket ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

* IlS CELLANEI US. Tns KINaG OF HAwAHi AtND nIS SEcurvTant. gometime since we mentioned that ling KCamebhameha had shot his secretary, and that the supposed canuse was'jeoliusy. It appears from papers just to hand that this supposition was correct. The secretary whd was a foreigner named HI. A. Neilson, does not seem yet to bh dead. The following .is a summary of the particulars :-- The Icing left Honolulu in the latter part of August, accompanioedl among others by his secretary. All tlhat in'positively ascertained is, that the king shot H. A. Neilson, his private secretary, about eleven oaolock on Sunday night, September 11th. It is re prted that he arrived on shore about ten o'cloclk, a~d that he ordered hIis servant to call IHopcins, c'l[4bbvntn, ndT Nstloouon, 1?ho, ·otta. a.lol thlat, :chen they came out he was sitting in the piazza- seemrned morose and excited-ordered his servant to ,ring him his pistols-whlipped 1im and sent him to ~prison because hie' did not get them'quick ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

T2l CGIiiiESPiiJJENT& . T. ':,•? bi(lllit?,r.YP SI) .*N rs; ''. ' .:.- : ."../:: ].'. CORuPoaUO.m narnt lear in mind hat liellan intended fer Iublratlion *shuld he Intelligibly wrlen. We cannot undor tah to In re theilr cnnmunnif(ionI a ?oa?dshhlo apllep: CALENDAR. ayrno( le ieern. Ru n anll T)IIIILRRl)4 .12 5O ii O 7 0 l PyI:IIAY ........" .... ,, 3 .5 8 710 O 20 W1jEDSD AnUAR ilIn 1li. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

THE ZEE-HIVE. SNOTICE OF REMOVAL. 8 . EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the .e premises lately occupied by them in Auburn rteet to their new premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBI3URN-STREET. 4049 Notice of Removal. SM. DE BARR, Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, ) SEPECTFULLY begs to intimate that he NOW REMIOVED frombhis late residence, Sloane-street, to tihe premises: atIely occupied by Mr. Wlllum rFletcher, N4EXT DOOR TO TE 'LERIEALD' OFFICE, AUBURn-STRETs, OOULBURN. 4431 Millwright, Engineer, and Brass-founder. S EVANS TAYLOR "fEGS to inform the residents of the Southern j districts that he has recently obtained, and has now ready for use, A SELF-ACTING SLIDE LAThE, PLANING MACHINE, drid all other requisites necessary for carrying o?n an extensive business. These machines being of very large size enables E. T. to execute work of every description, however large, in the above lines. * " Guns re-stocked, and all kinds of fire-arms, oe., neatly repaired. Old brass...

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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

por~tant dts.tiIVX OtP TIl SASlSE'TE:. cclhunrop it'r ±dr thle R~J1~1~~Vmg WUSI issiieil as anl Extr~soiaci elh~ct tifh~\.~sj U'i offico as Sstultday, at. (1 pan.II. sally. ~i ;:.I,-1) Cs'sH steurlner, (Sslsette, .yccoe~d ~r~l ld~;, l IIriol gerllOs lsl:ind ~his nicinhigl, .Isls.l:\· .1l I·np as1s (l I 'owlI tO thU I8tlh of NU tal;;lct, tail,? boyll III..·: os$i U o little into 4a.I ~L Isis a Utha~t th~e fear'O at i Igait t'ress 'Poivue conf~irrnctitisa '''" `$ r nauxilialry·slo ''Is,\ hasw'. ·leke,' r. T le llowin'i is our telegram.ijtist to: Bet little news yet aieived.:: lieyii Ohlartei, steinmer, wroeel on c?ast (if Ai'lesan, nenr': Bango, ali hom ward bind fi:fonom Mlelboirn i;":: n )Oly: 4i saeve d; nua tiin 400 liowd d., Sixlse. pias?engers, fortunately; ha'd jpre vionsly landed at Quieonstown. The intelligence of the diss:tar did ndt ireachl London till tlihe morning of the 27thi, when protfound coiistaination was:piodiuced in the city, nod Lloyds was paralysed. by the terri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 January 1860

Mn. Foi?sTEnr's ministry are certainly ge!ttinfl nbundant opportunity for maturing their policy. Admitting the correctness of the asPertion that ministers obtained office with ollt having any defined opinilons on any given tullljet, and without the slightest bond of agreement between themsilves, they cer tainly have had abundanit time to arrive at an lnderstandtling-for esch to ascertain, "hat we nre assured hlie was ipreviouslyin total ignorinlce of-the Iparticular views (if ainy) that his col leagues hold of the different lending qtuestions of the daIy. A long ladjourinmenat in time first inetancoe-then a brief campaign-then again n long adjournment! Why they have ihad all sorts of' fair play--iave had most ample time to develope their polioy-and can I:hnvc veino lonaer the excnse of too much work and too little tihee to cover any fiuturel shortcomings. .The adjonurnment of a month was the best lliece of leck thlnt ,could have befallen tihe ministry. They were pretty well looked u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

BUSINESS RElYLOVAL, &c. E. BUTLER, Wholesale and Retail Draper, Importer, &ce., GOULBUIN, HJAS REMOVED from the old premises in Au burn-street, to his newly erected establishmeist IN THE MARKET-SQUARE. In making this nnouncement, he would state to his numerous constituents and connexions generally, that the erectiou of this new builing has been ac complished with the view of nccepting of liberal offers rom friends in London, of extending greatly His Import Transactions, which have been increasingly sustained for tbo past six years, indepcndenJt of the regular purchases from thc .Sydney markets. The pecoliar features of E. Butlter' business aro distinguished by his adherence to drapery, with every description of wearing apparel alone, distinctly separate from the multitudinous branches of merchandise of the general stores. The heads of departments may be known as Family and Furnishing Drapery, including Carpets, blankets, sheetings Table linens, longeloths, damasks Mo...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. LONDON, NOVEMBER 17, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

'EUROPEAN SUMMnARY. P?noM . occASOan?AL, COnrESPONDENT.] LoND'ON, NOVEB.ER 17, 1859. THa last two months have been unusually ?brren of interest, so m bch so, as to nmake a tolerably long letter to you a matter of dif?. aulty. Of home news there is absolutely nothing to record beyond the shipwrecks and other casualties, which are but too frequent at this season of thle northern year. Your exn cbanges will give fill details of the sad loss of the Royal Charter,' with somno 450 lives, and halfa million of gold. Seit had made a splendid ron of 57 days from Melbourne to Jreland. anti on proceeding to Liverpool, was eaught in a furious gale off Holyhend, and dashed to pieces on the Aoglesea coast. A very small number of passengers had landed in Ireland, and a few more escaped by means of a hawser. ,But so sudden was the break ing up of the ship, that but a few minutes were allowed for any means to be used. The magnitude of the catastrophe, its comning at the very termination of a most pro...

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MONEY MARKET CITY INTELLIGENCE. City, Thursday Evening, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

MIONEY- MARKET CITY INTELLI . GENCE. City, Thursday Evening,. November 17. The still unsettled position of affeirs in Italy contributes to keep up a feeling of un certainty. Both in the London anl Paris market, notwithstanding the satisflction in spired by the favourable tertnination of the Zurich Congress, bona .ide holders appeared to be very averse to selling, but in speculative circles an adverse impression is still ob servable. There is still an active demand for money, and the appearance of the mdrlket is not quite so settled as of late, neither are the terms equally uniform. Transactions take place occasionally in short bills at 2a, but these appear to be quite exceptional; at 21 being the minimum in most quarters, while many houses ask 2~ and 2o. A great rise hias taken place in tihe Bank of Nevw South Wales, in response to the move ment at Sydney. At the date of the nrrivil of last mail the price wasn about 50-it is now 55 to 57. Thie committee of the six banks appointed to...

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(From our Sydney Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

(From our Sydeyj Correspondcnt.) The arrival of the o Salsette,' yesterday, has fur. lished us all withl fuller details of the Etglish news, aed consequently with a moeans of arriving at oounder conclusionsa thn the mere telegrams tfilfrded. With reference to tho wrerk of the 'Royal Charter,' it seems plain ennoughl that. Captain Tayhir wao blameable flr proceedinlg on .his voyngo without a pilot, in a frightful gale, with a ice shore. During the whole of the terrible night, when the ' Royal Charter' was driftinog towards the Welsh conast, the ' Grcat Eastern' was riding in Hholyhead hrboour, withll two anchors down, of the weight of I tons and 3j tons resp?etively, and overy minute expected to hbe compelledtl to slip and run out to sea, feiltng any ldanger rather than that of goilng ashore where she hIn. T'he gale was terrible. All the moro reason why Captaini Taylor should hIave got shelrter when he cwuld. Ao usual, he Wtas trying to put the finish iF.g success to a; quick passcge...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

LONDON WOOL MARKET. The last series of sales for this year com. menceil on the 10th November, and the quantities announced tfor sale consisted of 9078 bales Australian, 4760 bales Port Phillip, 1909 bales Van Diemea's Land, 80269 Adelaide, 2897 bales New Zealand, 18,617 bales Cape; total, 87,594 bales. About a fortnight prior to the opening of the sales, the accounts fiom the North were not of so satisfictory a character as might have been anticipatedl firom the large business which during the last six months has been done in the districts. Confidence hae been shaken in a manner scarcely to be accounnted for, and the anticipations generally entertained of a fill rise of one penny per pound, were not realised. Thel advance can only be quoted one Ipenny halfpenny to one penny, the latter ih fill-bodied wools, while inferior and meaty Sydney can only be quoted in fiavour of tihe seller. The sales have progressed so hfar with the same tones and rates as established at the opening; but y...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860

a NEY. t...O OU . OWN O .ESO.rJiT.J Thursday, 4 .m. POLlT L. TrE writ is at InTst issueld forh election of smem ber for East Sedney. 'Thro na iation tlakue,place irxt Wednesday, aeld tile polli on the tridiy fol lowing. At present we have no ididatcs ?yn for the fideld, unless we are to take it ?or grant( that the old ones continue their candidalre. WVelshall. in that ease, have Mr Stewart, thie erin-maklir, and iMr. Alexander Campbell, tile mereha perlha. in the liberal intirestr though, sooth to a\ the latter has as yet given no evidence of hIis lilibhlisea' and we shall have Mr. Peter Faucett as the -ltcent: tive of the colonial conservatives, possibly cor:rting the seat with Sir Williamn Manning, lwho is misnial conservatism itself. I thlink it very likely ileced thalt IMr. Cowrper will be induced to come firarrd. A life of cnmparative idleness mult be very dsstsre fill to himt, and already a rumour is abrroad thi he Ihas been turning his thouights to thie nrew coloti of Queensl...

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