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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
W.. anted, . . A L&UNDRESS. Apply at tho Goulburn S::Hotel. 5535 S.... Wanted, A ý:',TCRBEM.AN; and to: make. himself generally ':aL usefnl. Apply to D. DAVIS, Old Commercial Stor. , .,220 ' Wanted to Purchase, A 4 or 6 .ROOMED COiTTAGE, v.lth Garden A ttached, in or near Goulburn i also, EM PLOYMENT as Clerk, Agent, or Collector, or to be useful in a store. Good references given. Address A. T., ' Chronicle' office. 5250 To Merchants and Others. A RESPECTABLE young man seeks employ as Bookkeeper, Storekeeper, Clerk, Aceeountant, or in any similar capacity. Address, STEADY, Post-office. . 5211 Wanted, RY a 'Chich of England family, a TUTOR, to instruct two boys, aged six and eight years. Liberal wages will be given, with hboard and lodging. Reference will be required. Apply to THOMAS WILKINSON, 5158 .. Tumut. :' Wanted, A SOBER steady man as.PLOUIGHlAN:'also a. A. . BULLTOCK-DRIVER, apply to GEORGE 'CAMPBELL, Duntroon, Queanbeyan. 5212 Wanted, 'EVERAL.geod Journeymen SHIOEMAK...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
CO(iMMUECIAL. Sj.UoItel otoerwise expretoed, the prires quoted en thi. article ar thdc in to rausaetion b etween tile producer and the first purt - eh?set; not as between one dealer and another, much teas the. ,retall prles • The price of wheat at the Goulburn" mills is now frm9us; to 10s. per bushel, the latter for prime samples. Flour is quoted at £30 for finle, and £28 for seconds. ORBlltwoaR.-cWheat, per. bushel, It0s.; oats, P. Itd e; barley, se.; hay, per ton, £10 to £11 i potatoes. bli to . 414. Ysse.-Wheat, per bushel, o.od.t to Os. O4.; tine Idur; per too, £; seconds, ditto, y£83; ba, per bushel, ls. Od. maize, 0C. oate, 6s. to 6es hay, per ton, L£ to £7 iO,.; bareiy, de. to ts.; tresh butter, Is. 04. ; salt ditto, Is. per ib.; cheese,-wanted; bacon, nnoted; eggs, per dozen, It. Ad. to -I,. Od.; potatoese, per cet., 7s. Od. to tOt.; dried hides, eachi, Os. to e. id.; green detto, Os, to 10 ; bread, per 2ib. loaf, d ; * beef, per ib.. hd. to 4d.; r lteon, Ed.; elt, 0d.; pork...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUENA. Friday, April 27. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
"- AT THE POLICE OarIco, TunA .. - - Friday, April 27. COUNTRY- LITS;. " Lot 1, 40 aores, at the Horse Flat, Diamond vwamp,, adjoining the southern boundary bf G. Evans' 50 acres. Lot 2,21" acres 2 roods; 3. 28 acres 1 rood ; on Kangaloola Creek, adjoining the east and north boundaries of Oakes' 640 acres, and the south and west boundaries of George Evans' 640 acres. . Lot 4, 3, acres : 5, 34 'acres; 6, '30 acres; ad joliing.and' adjacent to the southern boundary of William'Brownlow'0 40 acres, on Mulgowrie' Creek, at the.Crooked Corner, and Long Hollow. SLot 7,'. :80 acres, on Deep Creek. 'adjoining the southerp boundary of William Treacey's 82" acres 2 roods. -. 2 - Lot 8, 38 acres 2 roads, lying abou three-quarters ofataile northieasterly- from P. Connor's 30 acres, and on the road from Goulburn to Tuena. Lot. 9, 87 acres, on Cook's Vale Creek, tidjoiuing the northern corner of J. Reeve's 30 acres. Lots 10 and 11,32 acres each, on Sow and Pigs Creek, at Crooked Corner, about two ...
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. Tuesday, April 24. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
CROWN LAND SALES. -AT THE POLIOE' OFICE, QUcANIIBYrAN. Tuesday, April 24. COUNTRY LOTS. LoT 1, 112 acres; 2, 40 acres: on the road from Maneroo to Queaubseyn, adjacont to the .north boundaries of W. O'Neill's 60 acres, and 9. M'Auliffo's 50 acres 2 roods. Lot 3, 46 acres; 4, 32 acres; 5, 30 acres; on-the road from Oundaroo to Nanima, on and adjacent to the north boundary of Petor Dyco's 840 sores. Lots 6 to 9, 30 acres each, near the road from Gundaroo to Collector, adjacent to the south-eastern corner of W. J. Packer's 122 acres. Lot 10, 48 acres, on Shingl Houseo Creek, ad jacent to W. J. Packer's 230 acres. . Lot 11, 35 acres; 12,31 acres on Spring Flat Creek, adjacent to southern boundary of John Casey's 100 acres. Lot 13, 30 acres, near Gundaroo Flat, adjacent to the West boundary of \V. Guise's 640 acres. Lot 14, 30 acres, near Gundaroo and Spring PFls~ adjacent to the west boundary of W. Guiso's.089 acres. Lot 15, 42 acres; 10,44 acres 1 rood; adjoining tihe west boundary of ...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA. Monday April, 30. COUNTRY LOTS.—PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
AT THE FOLICa UOrFflE,-PANDUXA.' r.. ;: ;i "Monday Apf tV3O. 'Cr OUNTaY LOTe.-PANOUirit A,,' Lo0 1, 69' acres,on the "road from Panlul. to Me· risbibtla, adjacent to the south' bouidary of the.Old .Comietdry; portion 44. Upset price £1 p eracre, S.. SUU5.AN LoTs?. ',:'. Lots 2 to 9, 2 acres.2 roods each, in thd village of Pa;ubula?'. allotments. 1 to 4, section 28; and -1 to 4, 1? ction 29. ' Upsetprice £3 per acre. ":;?, -..: ' TOWN LOTS. ' . ".?Lots' 10 to 39, 2 roods each, in the village of Pan dilaf allotments 10, 13 to 19, soction 14;, 4 tb; 14, 5050ti5n'l5; 13' to' 17, sectioi 16; 6 to 10, and1,2, ection 40. Upiset price, £8 per acre.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. Monday, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
ATi'TesPoLIns OFFICE, WVAOOAL WAOOA. '" Monday, May 7. Sot.1, 140.acres; 2, 121 acres; 3, 129 acres; 4, 150 acres, 5, 97 acres; 6,' 52 acres; 7, 34 acres; 8, .32 acres; 9, 75 acres 3 roods;. 10, 39 acresi It, 154 ancres; 12,.136 acres; 13,'133 acres; 14, 127 oacres; on and near Tarcutta Creek, within the Tarcutta ..Reserve and adjoining the north and south t boun a4riets of T. .l Mate's. 563 acres. Upset price £1 per acre. . . sunannAc Lo't's: SLot 15, 1 acre 1:rood 21 perches;;,o 1. acre trsod S>25.perches; 17 arid 18, I?acre o'1 rot 6 perches each; .19,. 1 .acre. 1 rood "20 perch .s, I " Sduth W agga W' ggl;- lieing. illtmeCts 1 to 5, 'detin 2 'Upset prc,4 per cre. : • nts.. s "'" TN zOTa. .O2"........".... totbao to 39, 2 roods nch, siuhted ifth'etod of South Wagga Wagga beiig" alldtments' "ti 10,. section 53, and.-t to rt, ectioi-54. Upset price, £8 per acre.r.Q",:";''' '
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
S tLtruth haIls ritng thile. tpath asell of the, fhimons Kiandra fever. I'he diggings" went uplikaiu-mncket?? uhave comae -~wn like the stick. T1hose- who but a short-tilnol.nck were dispa ed to cenrisPis u.. us t thrdi?ing dis e. uragement'mtrportheir eangiuoed,epectations, will now have reason, to be more just to our jindgiaent and motives.. -he special corres pondent oif:'te .' gy'dny lforning~ Herald' confirms, uandinutre than confirms n`i bnr worst anticiputiops. His report, and the impartial statements of otr.it , who haveo'returaed, es:: tablish the faet beyand di iute that Kiandra is buii: t :'coid Rbck?rhalpt otiioni' whilt richer, ii' ildabt,nialt easer' to sia np !fiom, if the warning he taken-in time; but the same is the iionstrons' exuggeration 'of-its richness anid'the miserable disappointment that it has led to. The picture of the Snowy River dig gimgs at the present time is anything but ivtting. The .iabours of HIrieiles are inlulaterl-bythe brawlny diggers with no. ...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
To the Editor of the Goulrba Herald. Smn,-Having seen a paragraph it your issue of last Wednesday, headed" Incendiarism,"ish whihtits stated that on last Saturday night, 24th instant, Mr. McKay's shed at Black Springs, contaiing upwards of 300 bushels of wheat was maliciously set fire to, ' and totally consumed, I beg to inform.ygu that thy' shed and wheat were my property,, aild not Mr McKay'a, and that howeverintimately cnne6ted l Lst may bhe with my family; hio loss' aeruinrolsi' the' burning of .the wheat is comparatively trlling bnthba, however, p'i me with my large family to a vetge of ruin, unless relieved by some fortuitouSb orlsm-.s stances. Hoping you will insert the above, :. I am Sir, yours truly, '" SC. McA0 ISTER.00 Black Springs, 80th March, 1860. - " : b" w,:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
PRINCE OF WALES STORE. S. MOSES AND SONS, GENntEAL A MInORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, &c., &c., &C., ADJOINING THE Royal Hotel and Mail Booking Office, AUBURN-STREET. N.B.-Tho highest market price given for colonial produce. 4600 IREDALE and CO'S. IRON STORE, YORK-STREET. THE LARGEST and BEST SELECTED stock in tile colony to choose from. B.B.H. Crown Iron, all sizes ditto Sheet Iron, all guages ditto Hoop Iron. all sizes STEEL-BLISTER, SPRING, SHEAR, and CAST. Cart Springs, complete Patent Axles Axle Blocks, all nsies Carron Cart Boxes, all sizes Plough Moulds, Mould Boards Forgo Backs, Fire Irons Hand and Sledge Hammers Best warranted Anvils, all sizes Ditto ditto Smiths' Bellows, all sizes Ditto ditto Smiths' Vyces Walker's IIorse Nails, Rasps nd Knives Best town-made Horse Shoes White and Red Lead Paints, all colours Turpentine LINSEED, COLZA, and BLACK OILS Chains, tested, short and long link S...
SYDNEY. Saturday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
, L 5Wou .ou0a OWN, . o tt'E0PONHNT:] . Saturilidy, 4 p. m. •Otln of the most prominent subjects of the moment is the futtianly assault that has just been committed ,upon:Dr..Lang. It may be remembered that a few days ago a letter appeared.in the 'Empire,' with Dr. Lang's signature, in, which Captain Malcolm Melville Macdonald and his late wifery transactions were subjected to the sharp point of the doctor's pen:- For my part I don't think tile doctor was at all called upon to interlere; but, if he thought differently, ot course 'there 'was only one side he wcould tare. Now it happens that this Captanu, sr Iiutenant, or Mister Macdonald is a man'about .six feet three or four inches inl height, of enormous physical decelopment, a great" singlo.stiolk player, and a " bruiser" of the first water. According to the Bombay newspapers, moreover, his career has :not hitherto been tmarked by a regard foir aity nice scruples. Accordingly he was just the ihan'to beat a clergyman, more than six...
THE DELEGATE AND BENDOCK DIGGINGS To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
THHDELEGATE AND BENDOCKI DIGGINGS To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Mn. EDITOR, -Having heard that numbers of those who have been working on the Kiandra gold. fields are leaving with the intention of returning in the spring (as the snow during the winter months will provent them working their claims). I beg you will have the kindness te publish the following ac count of the above-montioned diggings for the beneo fit and information of such parties. These diggings can be comfortably worked during the whole of the winter, and are now fully proved to be "paying ieldls." They are situated aubout twenty-five miles from Bombala, and only require a similar "rush ' to that at Kiandra to produce a like yield of the pro. cious metul. Parties who have been succeossful at the Snowy River, instead of returning home during the winter, incurring serious expense and loss of tim,, having only to visit these diggings to obtain a continuaee of their good fortune, and should they desire can easily ...
NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
NEW BOOKS. T1WO CASES, ex 'ALFRED,' just unpacked The following are selected promiscuously : thomson' Dictionary of Medicine and Surgery, 10s.; post free, 11s. 6d. Night and Morning Watches, in one, 2s. 6d. post free, 2s.9d. D'Aubignoe's Reformation (Blacklie's edition), 10s. 6d.; post free, 12s. Johuston's Chemistry of Common Life, 2 vols., 15s.; poest free, 17s. Brewer's Guide to Science, 4s. Gd.; post free, 5s. - - English History, 40. ; post free, 48. 6d. - Roman History, 4s. 6d. ; post free, 5s. Mann's Guide to the Heavens, 4s. 6d. ; post free, 5s. - Valentino McClutchy, 7s. 6d., post free, 8s. 6d. Doyle's Domestic Poultry, 7s.; post free, Ss. Barnes' Notes (Cumming's edition), complete, 11 double vols., £2 15s.; post free, £3 6s. Shakspere's Dramatic Works, 10s. Gd.; post free, 128. 6d. Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, and Wutherieg Heights by Currer and Acton Bell, 3s. Gd. each ; poso free, 4s. 3d. Francis's Chemical Experiments, 8s.; post free, os. Pollok's Course of Time, 10s....
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Saturday 31st March. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
LOCAL JNTPLLIGENCE. OOULBUltN CIRCIUIT COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Saturday 81at liarch. The civil sittings of the.Circuit Court coimenced at half-past nine o'clock. There were but two cases on the cause list, one of which, anS action for tree pass, was oastled out ofcourt..' : BEBNARD V. ATiIN. - This was to recovi:- damag6s undeor an agreement for the plaisitiff'sinteirent in cerel?in'heep with their oproduce and idcreaso sold bf defenda.e:' The plaihtiff in the case wons Mr: :Nic6olas Besialud, squatter, rec siding neir .Yass, and thi defeidant e is. JOlhn Drew Aikin residing at the .Billlboing,: fimages laid at £5JUI)' . Mr. .Blake.:nppeahredfor .-the Illiptiff; attorney, lI; Allimuns frtbth defendant, DMr: utler; attorney, The evidencoeof the plaintiff alleged that he made delivery of certain sheep to the derefridat about live years' ago,'hnder an agrecment withl lo proviso that if they were iold before shearing tine plaintif was to receive.8e; eaolh for tlhem; If sold abive that figure...
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
COOMA. (From own on Corresposdnt.) -. A wEETINH was held at the Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday evening, to hiar the proposal of certain diggers, who offered to prospect the vicinity of Cooma. There was a very fair attendance, and Mr. J. V. Hinton was voted to the chair. That gentle man having explained the objects in view,introduced Mr. George Prosser, as a practical digger, to the meeting. Mr. Prosser then came forward and state. that he was one in a party of seven who were wiring to prospect the country round about Cooma, prdvided they were supplied with tools and rations. Heisid in his opinion there was gold to be found, and himslf and party would do their best to discover a paying field. In answer to questions from various gentle men present, Mr. Prosser stated that the party would engage for a month at least, or six weeks to two months, and he also explained his proposed mode of working, and the places where he would first try. Mr. Ward then proposed that the party be en gaged fo...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
. IISCELLANEO US. A::"inAv wrTnH BLACKS.--One of the latest papers fiom Moreton Bay gives the follow ng--" We have been given to understand that an affray of a serious nature has lately taken place between a division of the native police stationed in the Maranoa and Conda 'mine district, under Lieutenant Carr, and a large body of blacks. The latter had gathered to the number of one hundred and fifty, all in fighting order, and were evidently bent on at tacking a neighbouring station. On the ap pearance of the police, the blacks, contrary to their wont, immediately assumed the offensive, and fifteen of them were killed, and others wounded, before they could be beaten back. Among the killed was one of the ringleaders in the Hornet Bank aflfair. The trooplrs, eight in number, we believe, did not come off without loss and wounds, and Lieutenant Carr himself was wounded with a nullah nullah at the commencement of the engageo ment. The timely appearance of the police, and the routing of t...
COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. (From our own Correpeonde.at.) TnE dearth in religious matters was relieved by the arrival of the 1Rev. Mr. Kemmis and another clerical gentleman connected with the church of England, who performed divine service in Briglil's long room, on the morning and afternoon of Sunday last, the 25th instant,. to attentive audiences., Mr. Kemmis intimated that arrangements would bemande to hold regular services at Tuena every fifth' weik. This will confer a great boon on the epiecoipalinn residents, as hitherto the visits of clergymen have been like those of "angels, few and far between." Mr. Kemmis's discourse, on Sunday morning, pro duced a favourabli impression, and as there is veory probability of his regular visits at the time stated,.it in hoped that his ministrations will be well attended, and be productive of beneficial effects. Rather a curious incident occurred on the same day (Sunday). to a pair of candidates for hymen.al blessings. Itappears that on their way t...
RACING FRAUDS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
RACIMNG' FRAUDS. -7b the Editore of Bell' Life in Sydney. GENTLEnlN,--I beg to bring before the publio a few of the many frauds which are daily' committed on the Turfby parties racing h]orRes in "fietitiouo" names, as "?maiden horses " that never won an advet tised prize, and after winning with them the country at large has known how they have been " black legged ;'' and still no Jockey Club or the stewards cf meetings where thlese frauds are committed talke fiurther notice of it. The parties who own these horses (not fully described) attend yearly the same courses, and commit the same frauds over again with impunity, and then they laugh at the stewards after they are paid the prize. But, if I rememnber right, there is a rule of the A. J. C., that parties can be sued fori fraud. It is a pity that somei club or stewards of race meetings do not make an example of some of those parties, and it would tend in a great moeasure to stop the glaring frauds which are daily committed on all th...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
COIl 1?ESP OND EN CE. d a aresrous that our columns should he regrded a open to all prthlie, ond we 000 therefore oliliog to give Insertion to alU tomp-rotely ond Intoeilobly wrliten lottery oo subjecto of puldlo hdoo'oO, even though tho opinions adsorbed mty be diametricolly oppostet to o0ur o0.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860
THE 3BEE*-MBVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S·BMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from thp so premises lately occupied by them in Auburn =areet to their new premises Opposite the llarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 ISKINNER AND CO. gods Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by poet, or otherwise, immediately at tenided to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, . Nearly: opposite Catholio Chapel, . 4291 . Goolburn. co oF\KALs. BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to. inform the inhabitants.of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge Commission strictly moderate. 4600oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (sUcoosson TO GAntLAND .AND 5InoOAt,) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of English and American agricultural imple sments, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. Agent for Tuxford and Sons, loansomo and Sims, Howard B...