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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

Observe! DR. MiOORE INTENDS visiting Gundaroo, Qeueanbhan, and Braidwood every month, begiumnig iu April; and from the great number he has cured, there can be but little dqubt that those who are buffering from disease, by plaecing themselvea under Dr. Moere, will surely be cured, if their disease is within the. reach of medicine, for hundreds are now convinced that the Hommeopathic treatment will soon outstrip all other systems of medicine. Dr. Moore's visits will be as follows: Gundaroo-First Monday of each month at Mr* Edgar's, at 5 pm. Queanbeyan-First Tuesday, at Mrs. Breen's, from tO till 2. Bungendor--First Wednesday, at Mr. Carrol's, from 10 till 2. Braidwood-Sccond Tuesday, at Mr. Stoyle's, Royal Hotel, from 10 till 2. For further particulars see standing advertisement. 5187 IREDALE and CO'S. IRON STORE, YORK-STREET. TlHIE LARGESTand BEST SELECTED siock oi - the colony to choose from. D.B.H. Crown Iron, allsizes ditto Sheet Iron, all guager' ditto Hoop Iro.. all sizes STEEL-...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

LOCAL INTEZLLIGENCOE. GOUIU1BN CIRCUIT COURT. Tur. sittings of this court commenced on Monday, the 26th, before his Honor Mr. Justice Wise. It is the first time his IIonor has been on circuit since bis appointment as a judge of the slupreme court. J. O'Neil Brenan, Esq., the sheriff, was personally in attendance at this court. Mr. Butler prosecuted on belalfof the Crown. Mr. Wilkinson officiated as clerk of arraigns, and Mr. Jaclson attended from the Crown Solicitor's office. Birrister present-Mr. Blnko. Solicitors--Messrs. Walsh, Gannon, and Scrrvell. The usual proclamation and commissions having been read, and the jury empanelled, the first case proceeded with was HURDEn. Ellen 2lonks was charged with having, at Bindu, on the 31st October,:wilfully murdered one Michael Monks. Prisoner pleaded guilty. His IIonor then asked tihe prisonier whether any tlhreats or promises Ihad ben hIeld out to her in order to induce her to plead guilty, as he stated that hIer sentence would not be at...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

To' COnnflEOPOfNDIBT Oorro~paondkto, to rrOf' ionoclton of tlolo lttocrO, too 00 qOcotod to be boiol-- Vooy loottbry lottoos ooiotr~tWO bo ?ooertl..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

U IEHE BRE-TIVTE. :..INOTICE OF REMOVAL. 10' EMANUEL& SON have REMOVED from the. * premises lately occupied by them in Auburn sitteet to their hew premises Op osite the MIarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. . 4040 SilNNER AND CO( S;. ... oda Water Le?onade Sarsaparilla ,:i g?inger-Beer, and . Allkinds of Cordials. hOED :EB by po t, or otberwiso, iminediately at Stended to.... . ...... • , .MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREIET, a :Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 "Goulburn. COO1IA. BENJAMINDE LISSA. DEGS to 'inform the inhabitants of Cooma and : :theosurrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ings regular Auction Sales, and will beohappy to sell anmy goods entrusted to his charge. '' :Cominmission strictly moderate, 4oee SEDWARD BINGHAM, ( : (occOssOR .TO GALAND AND sIoNGHiAS,) S -115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer 'of Eiglish and Amerienn agricultural imple mnents, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. *...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

tURlt AGIENTS A REI requested to farnish remittances and state ments of account with as little delay as possible. SUBSCRIBIIERS Jj.'I this.paper, wlho have paid nothing for the last L" ti?io years, are inlforned that their papers will be stopped and legal proceedings iastitated, unless .tlie.amoutits due be remitted immediately. Advertisers, and others similarly illdobted to the •proprietor of this joornal, -will also be-proceeded againstvitht?ot respect to persons.

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TUESDAY—MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 March 1860

TUESDAY-MANnc H 27. The Court opened at nine o'clock. .ANK ROtBBERY AT DENILIQUIN. Williamn Henry Drew, John Vaughan, and Wil liam Lee, were indicted for having, on the 15th Oc tober last, at Deniliquin, feloniously broken into the premises of the Bankle of New South Wales, being in the occupation of one George Miller, and stolen from thence a certain sum of money of the value of £7850. Plrisoners pleaded not guilty. Vaughan and Lee were defended by Mr. Blake; attorney, Mir. Gannon. Drew was undefended; The crown prosecutor, in opening the case, said that it was one of larceny, with aggravation, which charge, in law, was constituted by the sum stolen being above five pounds, and from the fact of the in mates being, at tile time of the robbery, placed in bodily fear. The crime was a very serious one, considering the amount of money that had been stolen, the nature and circumstances of the robhery, and the importance of protecting such institutions as banks in thinly inhabited parts o...

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AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

AGRICe.TU.RAL Snows.-Mr. J. M. M. unoz has shown us a letter from .Mr. Robert lI'.P:, 'virbrein that gentleinan states that the agricultural society at oarrnmatta save obtained a grant of fifteen acres of uIid in the ilsiiiain, near the town; for tile purposo of holding shows thereon. The honouuiablo gentlemaon s?ys:--" Now wouldli.bthe time for the inhabitants "d: Goulbur' to petition the. present minister for lands fur a grant Ior u-.similar purpose. uttch an a:pplleatin would no doubt come before and be up liroved of by theoexedutive. If you bestir' your ?solves by making any application of this nature I will'be happy to.riader opy.nssistance.in an)y power." Snaonau?ss ri' OUt EsliLt.owstrlt.-An application bhas been receii'edl y tnme iilbmurt district for the S :opeing of aodge sat 'ass.: The letter is signed' by i-:thit-to? pelrson!s- -at "unusually large number. .bTho proposed lodgei is to be'in connection' with the Gouulburn district. It was proposed by: the appli cants that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

Wanted, A SITUATION as LAUNDRESS. Respectable references can be given. Address-Margaret Hayes, Post-office, Goulburn. 5238 To Lawyers and Storekeepers. " TiTANTE), by a young man accustomed to a law Tt stationer's office, a situation as copying clerk; and otherwiseouseful, or to work in a store. Good references can ie given. Address-J. it., Clitford street, next to blacksmith's shop. 5327 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE young Woman as Children's Maid. Apply to Mrs. WILLIAM DAVIES, Australian Store. 5234 Wanted, BY the middle of next month, a MAN and his WIFE, to do tho entire work of a small family. 'Iho man must be a careful driver. Character indis. pensabloe. Apply to Mrs. 11URST, Goulburn. 5204 Wanted, A SOBER steady moan as PLOUGIIMIANi also a BULLOKI-DItlVER. apply to GEORGE CAMPiELL, Duntroon, Quaenbeyan. 5212 Wanted, SEVERAL good Journeymen SIIOEMAKERS. SApply to W. TEECE, ced Boot, Auburn-street, Goulbrn... 5217 Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Goulburn Hotel. 5235 Wanted, Y arespect...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

LbCAL iNTELYLIGENCE. (OULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. rWednesday'a. trial will be found reported on our fourth page.] TltunsneA-MAnonl 20. The court opened at ten o'clock.. ECaIVINO BSTOLEN MONET AT DENILIQUIN. Edward Gegnn and Margaret Gegan, were charged with having, on the 15th October, at ]"eniliquin, feloniously received a certain sum of money of the value of £7850; also a tho.sand pieces of paper, the. property of George Stiller, knowing the same to have been stolen. The two prisoners pleaded not guilty, and were undefended. . The crown-prosecutor stnted this case to be in connection with the Deniliquin bank robbery, which had just been tried before the court. Formerly the law required that the joint concurrence of niore than one prisoner in the fact of receiving property, was necessary to arrive at a conviction, but this had been altered since. The presumption in law was tlint the persons in whose possession stolen property was found were the receivers, if not proved to be the thieves...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

COMME R CIAL. ' lRttAT,D' Office, Friday evening We have no changes to report in the prices of pro duce generally. A fair average amount of business has been trans acted in town during the week. AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. DIGNAnt AND Co. rcport:-Stock. During the week the horse market has shown no change, sellers being still in a large majority over buyers. We have sold seven head at from £5 10s. to £15; three horses, dray, and harness, for £70; gig and harness, for £28; dray, £13 1Os. Land. Thlis morning we sold, at auction, a cottage and land at Towrang to Mr. John Sinclair for £160; cottage in Mulwarree-street, to Mr. II. Lord, for 106 guineas. We have also sold, privately, the premises in Auburn street, known as tie 'Chronicle' office, to Messrs. Vernon and Mellin, for £1100 ; and the premises occupied by Mr. Selkman, to Mr. Philip Dignam, for £900, both sales being on terms equal to cash. Produce.-Very little has been brought into town during the week, probably on aecount...

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FRIDAY—MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

F'IDAY--MAIc>lC 30. The court opened at half-post nine o'clock. MIANSLAUGIITER AT WAGOA WAGGA. Thomas Cartwright, who was tried the previous dly and found guilty on this charge, was brought up to receive sentence. 1His Honor said that he was sorry, on looking over the depoiitions, to find that the person whose death? the prisoner had caused was hins wife. He said thlat it seemed to be a mistaken notion with many that they were quite at liberty to heat their wives as they cbose. The prisoner ihad been ill tile habit of drintking, and it appeared of beating the wife, wholm he ought to have loved and chlerished, on several occasiols, and thile fact ol tile deceased being his wilfe was an aggravation rather than n, palliation, of the oftence. The death of the woman was doabtless owing to the blow she had received, and if the' pri soner had been tried on thie charge of murder, thore was a probability that he might have been convict'd and sellteucoed on tlhat charge. His Honor hoped tl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

Observe! -,..: ':,.:DR. MOORE TNTENDS visiting Gundaroo, Quennboyan, and .1': riiidwood every motith,' leginning in *April; alid.from.the.great number he has cured, there can be hut little douht thain those who oro surfering-from igiseofe,lhy plocine :thecmselves undor Dr. Mooro, will surlyt ho cured, if .their ·dicnseas.is wihiti the recl l o dmedieit, flur hunrolds are nows cnvitserld that the Illomoeopathic troatmentwill soon outstrip all other systuems of medicine. : Dr. Moore's visits will he as follows: Glltndaron--First Monday of each month at Mr' Edgar's, at 5 pm, ' "Q Queanhleyan- First Tuosday, at" Mrs, Breon's;. from tO till 2 riiiigondoreFi-rst WVdh~sday, at 'Mr Cariol's, froutm to ill'2.' : " ' ...5<,..:':i' :' Braidwvood -Secondi Tuesdny .at .Mr. Stoylo's, Royal Hotel, from 10 tiill 2 " " < For further particulars see standing advertisement : ENGLISH INEWSPAPEIRS. , JUST TO HAlND) aind will' be'recoived hy each I.lpyd'5 Ncsrepsiper. . Nws of tie V...

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FAREWELL SOIREE TO THE REV. J. WATSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

FAREWELL SOIREE TO THE REV. J. WATSFORD. In accordance with the usage of the Wesleyan connexion the ministers belonging to this circuit are now on their way to other stations. Without excep tion they ore all deservedly beloved in the spheres in which they have respectively been laboring. The Rev. W. Itelynack is being removed from Braidwood to Yass; so that he will not be perhaps less seen by his Goulburn friends than formerly; but the Rev. .:' Watsford, being removed to Mlaitland, Mr. Creed, Windsor, and Mr. Dowson to the Manning River it will be seen that their separation Ifrm their late flocks is complete, and among those who have now bid tlem farewell in the ordinary course of events, it is ehobable that there are emany who will see them lio toro--it is possible that none may again meet on earth those to whomn they have so often listered when preaching the glad tidings of salva tion.' On the departure of the Rev. C. Creed from Yass, the 'Courier' of Saturday last says:-the Rev. ...

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GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY—MARCH 28th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

GOU BUHN8 OGIpFlr C quT. We a"? eDAY-MAIAnI 28th, 1880. BANK tOlIBBERT .AT.DNILIQUIN. William Henrym Dress John' Vaughan; and Wil liam Lee, were brought up for sentence. A written etateiuenn of some length' frobni the pfisoner Drewe was read, in which he asserted his innocence, and the discreditable character of the informer,,Gegan, whose evidence, lid asserted was not to be depended on. The other prisoners made no remarks. IIis Honor then with some approprinte observa tions,:piassed sennce osi the prisoners.; Vaughan he observed-was rather loess culpable than the others. Driw' and' Lde wore senteiced to ten years" n the roads or.publio works, the tirst two years to be id'itoiis. Vatighan'was sentenced to eight yearsa'on the roads or public works. His Honor at the close of the trial remairked that great credit was due to Mr. Kelly for the skill aind tiie hitinion Ihe had shown iii thie dippiehonsion of the offenders."?' ' '' MURDER. Frederick: Clark, wasn indicted. for having at lit...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

KIANDRA. M~I JOIN HADWICK, who left Kiandra yesterday week, confirms thereport of Commissioner Lockhart, given elsewhere, of two men having had their heads shaved by the mob. He witnessed the transaction. The culprits had stolen two saddles. Mr. Hadwick is inclined to think favourably of the diggings, and attributes the want of success experienced by a great many parties to their going unprovided with funds, to enable them to remain a reasonable time if not immediately successful, and to the holes not being worked to a sufficient depth. This last fact he con siders arises from parties fearing the approach of winter. Mr. Hiadwick went to the diggings merely as a spectator. He intends returning in the spring. He was allowed to work for ten minutes in a claim be longing to a man named George Grimshaw, and got about four ounces of gold, and has brought backl a fine specimen. On his way up lie saw six men with crape on their faces. They had two horses with them. Being challenged by the p...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

TO CUbRRSPONDENRiB. O<rrupondent? to nsure incrtion ofthlir. lettcr~, nrt re Vtesoid to bte brio?-Very lengthy-e Itter?-an .seldom.r e s.o.rtod.. Vox roPPLL--tlo rpret re cannotfind roonm or i/our arttcle ?. lo,,l runithrient.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

r HE BEE-HEVE. N! OTICE OF REMOVAL. d EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the 1*' premises lately occupied by them in Auburn tet to' their now premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 °PWINS NER AND CO.. S :oda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and : All kinds of Cordials. i RaR'S,, by" post, or. otherwise, immediately.at U :ltended to. *:MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STRERT, Nearly opposite Catholio,Chapel, 91 .... Goulbarn.. COOlVIA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA EGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and ?L1 the surrounding district that he has taken out ti-AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ig regilar Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell Guy good' enitrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate. .4o00 EDWARD BINGHAM, (BsCOnaSOR TO GARLAND AND BINGII.AM,) 115, York-street, Sydney, QTOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer 0 of English alnd American agricultural imple .ments, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses,.&c. S. Agent for Tuxford and Sons, Ransome a...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

SYDNEY. S lRolOO R OWNa w Ci)HlBOEsONDENT.1 Wednesday, 4 p.m. -POLITICAL. 1i'iir lTference to the criticisms to fiihich )fr. Robertson has been exposed by his Scone speech, I am told that that gentleman was not properly unrider stood, or not properly reported. The statnment is, that the Goverument gf,"siech he is the head intend to..propose the unconditional repeal.. of Schledule C, and thds"leave the salaries:of'the" clergymen' fo'thd annual.vcltresaof-rliamentl -so that the ip ference is that what?d?Af. Robertson really did sany was this: that whefi tle qliieeion it anyi time cane oi for dis cussion, he would vote for givings the salaries to the clergymen who had com eout uns lle? thexepectatiou of receivinig thlema 'Porhaps-thlinois a good -nay as iany to initiaSi ths proposed-reform; but in point of fact the actiisn'so the :mitiuslry qillt ndt.then ,bo a repeal of state-aid-it'will he merely 'declaratlosi of the right of 'the cobotry to-. deal for itself w ith. tgh question. The...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 31 March 1860

BIRTIIS. ' : ' " On Monday, 26th March, at her reildence, Gold .. Diggers' Arms, the wifoof Mr. OaIJo,l.HADWIOiKof Salnughler.''7.: , . < . * -; At .errsrn, Argylo, oi tho 28th Marc , .Mrs. IsAAO Foxx of a daughtr. , SATURDAY, IMARCtI 31, 860o. Owl?s to the length of our irports of the Circuit Court and tie farewell soiree to the Rev. John 'Vatsford, we are compelled to omit our leader.

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