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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860

!,the 27th jirsch:' nt'hfer residoniii,'-Telegraph ndel, &Iunnuwg, NIrs;- oift( df a son. A r Gnulntrn, ot; the 2nd April. ,FnThzlSOILPflN CroNE t'3oOLt3SDMUKY,.J.P., Gold Coaon siooer, ;A WJ1 $ EDNESDAY, Al'Altiýl.4,lL6o,

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860

Unnl h.1'uk ~ of un . ýi't+ýoon'" d1 r B ll.", 8 .0 48 19 1.11 Si 1.3U(il ,ý.,,;.. .: 1 4 18 ?fa~aY . ý:: "0 819 -0-46 ...14.__

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 4 April 1860

KIANDRA. Ti?t government huvo wisely doter?mined not to remnovo the police from the digginag, but intend sending a reihforcement, and buildingli substantiul watch-house. This will be good news for the miners and storekeepers on the diggings, who, as mentioned by our correspondent, have just been holding a neeting'aud adopting a memorial, praying for these very steps.. They will be glad to find that their wishes hlave been anticipated by the government. Our correspondent's letter quite coltirms the state ments in Mr. Lockhart's telegram. A telegram from Adelaide to theo 'Sydney Morn ing Herald' says: Numbers of small farmers and others are selling off their stock, &e., to go to the Snowy River dig gings. The 'Omeo' (s.) sailed for Meolboirneo this evening, and the ' Lady Bird' (s.) will leave to-mor row. It is expected the two vessels will take about threeo hundrei passengers cri route for the Suowy River." (From our own Correspondent.) We still continuu to havo large daily a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

* )ORW1LL HOUSE, h.AcLEAY-STREEI', )DARILINUHUIRST, SYDNEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. A FEW VACANCIES for BOARDERS and a. AY PU' UBLS. S OPINIONS OF TIIn PREn8?, " The ansawerigwouhl bhae done credit to studrlents i 'ay collelge in the wourlt. 'The systle al ut orwell ifone -ulllmy rightIully cloila precedence for itotel lectual power very far over all tile p'vtoot etaltlish 'nll001 .It :theh, eolotlieo, nlt, for the depth, aril variety, anld elegatlce of the education imparted. Suallcan exlaminationl places this lallief semhilarv on n- equality with ally institntinl, h,,wevei hih'?, in unrope."--Etditoral lcport or tie Christmus exauli llnatilo in' reetlan'o dourolu.' 25th Decetener. 1858. " lhis semlalsy appears to toake higher arage than oe had rCebunI peVIously to hope the colony afl,rrdud. It is gratalving to oeerve that the inlpor antU task of intlltUctlig thie I'uttro Imtodlcrs of tie ol eny ia elegatt atd ueful aecquliremlants is eo elti:icltly taken up bty Miss Moore."--R...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

AtISCELLANiEO U&: TAn DEAD on. 1859.-Literatnre began the:luneral procession of the monthsa ithl tile almost simultaneous obsequies oflHallhm- in Eighlnud andi of Pre'rott.in Ameiica. ThiA.h accomplished himto:i!an, who won their first gdlden splirs at' almom the sPime momult, died in 6ne week; an'd, by :a curious coindi dende, this double Iloss whibh letters were called to:lutain id January,was? imatched dt the close of the 3'ear by the equally con teinlibraneous dtlecease of Thomuas De Qtinciiv S .and aushington Irving. Another oonse icuous name within the restricted circle of the highest S litelrary culture of our timnes must be chonicled with these:-thaet of Sir James Stephenl, Pro fessor of History at the University of Cam bridge, and who has long exercised a sort of consultative supesvision over the education of ' the heir of the British throne. Thie world of o i? . podjtics bhas almost litermally closed over the : oib. of a. great statesman whose doctrines ?iid ritile...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Measrs. P. DoIGNa AND Co. report:--Stock. No variation. Horses decidedly at a discotunt. Have sold 5 head, at from £6 to £10 15s. During the week sales have been thinly attended, with very little inculilnation to purchase. Land.-We haveausold, privately to Mr J Fulljame, the remises in Auburn-street, occupied by Mr. J. Howard, for £1100, terms equal to cash. Produce.-Tlhe market generally showsa a downward tendency. Holders olmo are in a poasition to carry on till the spring will do well to do so. J. FuL.tauES (successor to H. Greig,) reports: Fat stocklt.--But little chango in this malbet during thu weelk, Supply about equal to demand. Sold, on Tuesday, a snall draff from Mr. McAlister'a, at an average of about 88. per heud; on Thursday, sold abuit thirty head from Blandn- Ist lo, It head, 81s. per hlad; 2nd lot, 10 head, at 80s. per head; lrd lot, 10 head, at 6e5s. per head. Hlorse.-Tlte demand for this descriptiuon of stocn still continues ,vefYrlituited, at...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

COAI11lERCJAL. HEL. ALD Ofice, Thursday evening. We ave-no change to report in the price of any artiele this week. except bacon, which is down to 8d. Business has been somewhat bhisker at the stores. Mr. Marhs reports tile purchase of 147 ounces of goldlfrom 'T'uens. GOULBURN, ... £ s..d. £ s.d. Fine Hour, per ton ......... 30 0 0 to 2 0 6 Seconds, ditto, ditto ......... 80' 0" ' 0 0 " Wheat, per bushel ; ........ 0 10 0 0"10. 6 Pollard and Bran, ditto ... 0 .0 0 0 Oats, ditto .. 0... 5 0 0 6 0 Barlgy ditto 6 0...............o0 4.6 0 5 6 Maize, ditto, new- ...:.... 0- 6' 0 .' 0 6 0 Hay, per ton .... ,, 8:0 "0 9. 0 o Potatoes, ditto .......0. ." 0 ... 0 00 acon, per lb, .........' '8 01 I 0 0 Cheese, ditto, plentiful,. '0 0 6. 0 0. 0 Salt butter, pleuitirlo 6....' "0" : 0' :':'" ?0: 03 'Fresli ditto ........ -0 1.. :0" : 0' o '" 0 ,- 6 Eggs, pr dozen ;..?o'.;,sO:'.::' l"0O1 1 6O 'owls,perpair "...2.... .02. 6. '20 ' 0 0 Turkeys; eacll . ... 0 4 :6 :'-0 2 . .e se, each n 0 0 :.0 0 00 ...

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WHAT WILL MRS. GRUNDY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

WhAT WILL MRS. GRUNDY SAY? (CPom the Darting Dotns Gazette.) A.MOwn o'lr ncqcueutances there is no one alto exedid s so much inflnence, directly orl iudirectly, as Mrs. Grundy. In all arrange menits, sobial and domestic, soe interferes. 8liould economical motives induce us at any time to avoid launching out into unnec,?ssary expense, we are deterred from following the bent of our ioclinatiOO by sone gunarded firiend's remark-" What will Mrs. Jruudy Fyrde Tibbs is a decent fellow-quite the gentleman in every way, and his presence would give a zest to any coterie. Fred is in the retail line, and we lose his society because we are aftraid of Mrs. Grundy. Juatos and cabals are formed to preserve caste, and taboo from balls and reunions, pfrsons who ire not ip to a certain standard, because, were we to permit the secondary commnercial in:erest amnongst the Iprutor'ilai ranks, "what wvould Mrs. Grundy say ?" Mrs. GFabbs is a female of exemplary cbha r?cter, " q'ilte a Lady Bountiful in he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

Wanted, BUSHMEN? to put up SIX MILES of LOGt FENCE, Apply to THOMAS WOORE, 5285 . Pomeroy. Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Goulburn Hotel. 5225 Wanted to Purchase, A 4 or e.ROOMED C()TTAGE, ,ith Garden attached, in or near Goulhburn: also,: EM PLOYMENT as Clerk, Agent, or Collector, or to be useful in a store. Good seferencesa given. Address A. T., 'Chronicle' office. 250 Wanted, A SOBER steady man as 'PLOUGHIANs also a tUI.LO'K-)hRIVER, apply to GEORGEH CAMPBELL, Duntroon, Queanbeyan . io 5212 Wanted, SEVERALT, ngood Journeymen SHOEMAKERS. JApply toW. TEECE, Ied Boot, Ausbrn-street, Goulburn. 5217 Anniversary Sermons. ON SUNDAY, the 8th instant, two Sermons will be preached in the Wesleyan CBnpel, Goal burn, by the REV. B. CHAPMAN, in the morning at eleven, and in the evedlng at seven o'clock. After each service a collection will be made in aid of the Sabbath School. (In the Monday following, a l'uhlio meeting will be held in the Chapel. The chair to be taken at half past seven p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

WIiTH.no desire to give a slav;ishb adhles on to the policy of the Governriiient' w3yet cannot sei the slightest, ground of dobjection to the couret indicated by thie Piemier, on Tuesdayl Ilast. It "is evident tlia two Appropl'iation Acts cainnot be passed in one 'vession. At tpesent, the estimates .for this year ha've scLarcely been touched, and, at theo iusual rate pf prosing and mooeine over thenm in committee, •some weeks mUst elhpse before tlhey can. po silbly be got througlh. 3y this time halftheb year will be god. Cib it then be expected, that the Mlinistry will go, on with the Laid Bill and other great measures, leaving the estimates fortl18(l to stand over gain uir.til that year.is far advauced ? It would be most ustreasunabthl to expect anything of the ldnd; The revenne for the last tlhree months has fillen of nost alarmingly, lwhether.., owing to "mis mnagemnednt or to un?navoidable caiAes, and w'hilo the impression of this fiact is fiesh, it is most desirable to deal wit...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

To the Editor of the Goulhurn herald. MR. EDtTon,-Among the few lucky ones from the Snowy River diggings, I am acquainted with three youths, two brothers, of the name of Blighting, and one of the name of Kist; they sold their gold for upwards of firve hundred pounds, and they got it in less than a month. Well, of course, I rejoiced at the lads' good fttrtun', and this led me to think how they would lay it out to the bnst.advantage. There are but three ways that I know of they can do so. First - buy land from the Crown and secure a home.. stead for life. Aye,nye-don'tyouwishyoumaygectit? Where is the nlad surveyed that these lads can down with the mootey and secure the land. Oh, not they would Itve to buy from those men who have pinked the eyes out of tile colony by the exercise of their pre. emptive.rights, as they called them, but the words are more truly stated when they are called pre-emptive wrongs. Let any otto get a map of this district, and saooe theextent orfgrouud allalon t...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

,S YD.e'EY. (PROM OUnR ,O\N COnRRESPONDsNsT.] Tlhirsday, 4 p.m. PAnLIAMEOsT met 0oTuesnjay, and got over the. meet ing veryrgiqueit?y. The ininsterial benches wene well filled, thleoppnsition not. Mr. Forster sat faciqg to Ministers.w was very quiet, and kItept fiddliog with his hat, as if preparing for a run. Mr. PIrkes, Mr. Martin, and Mr. Durvall, sat on thie cross-benches. Bluackl wats in oppusltioo,but said nothing-in ail pro bability, like the Velshmanu's parrot, he thought the more. The Ministerial programme you will see the estimates only this session, but land bill, Upper House bill, state-aid bill, Ciniese bill, and publf can's bill to be made public before the prorogation, o, that ithey may be considered during the recess. Ofcourse this will not be allowed. There will be a "rnetion " spon, and thle only way out of the dilli culty, will be to send the meombers paking.' For my part I doubt wbhether a land bill ouglts to be submitted to the tender mercies of such a Parliamen...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

CIJIBES~PONJJENCE. Lme are deIrous that OUr colLmna Ihould 0b regarded as open te H|] plrrlle, Hnd we ra rvherelore wnlllng to give Inlsrtlon to nll tamp lraely olld iltell iply neritten lelire nubjeetl of pollie loiteroet, even thIougi tho opinion advanced ma, bt diametriallly oppocito to our own.]

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

P.i.RLLiAMENTARY. ToESDAY--APnR 3. TIE Legislative Council met pursuant to adjourn mon~t. Tihe resignation of David Jones Esq., was an nounced. ,One or two notices of motion and of questions vere then given. EXPENDITURO OF PUBLIO OIONEYB. Mr. JouNSON moved that the practice which has prevailed of spending the public moneys upon the authority of the votes of the Legislative Assembly only, is illegal, and subversive of the rights and privileges of this house, and ought nlot to be con tinued. It was argued by Mr. Johnson that attempts had been made by the Government, to restrain tihe council from interfering in mnney bills, although the council ihad as much right to deal with such bills as the Assembly itself. Measures for thie initiation of expenditure coulid not be taken in that House, bLt such measures were all to be suitmitted for the a? proval of thie council. The government had ex pended the ptblic moneys without even communiot. ~ing to that iHouse, unlder the mere sanction of a ...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our om Correspondenmt.) Since my last communication the weather has been fine. We have had occasional showers of rain, which have done much good, causing the grass to spring up. For the last three days, and at this moment, the weather is almost as hot as it was in the height of the summer. Some time since I had occasion to mention the want of rain at Ballabala. I have been informed that, a day or two ago, very little rain had fallen at that place, for the last five months. VEaY UNKtIND.-A little time since, a Mr. David son and Tarty, on their way from King's Plains to the Snowy River diggings, called at a station, about sixteen or twenty miles on the Cowra side of Ma rengo, in order to get a drink of water, which they were refused. As soon as the party learned that they were not to get the'water, one of them, more courageous than tile rest, said " he would have it, let the .consequenc be whlat it would," and with that, this enterprising gold-digger, bucket in...

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WEDNESDAY—APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

WEDNEeoDAy-APnRL 4. In the Legislative Council the President took the chair, at half-past four, In answer to questions, it was said by the Colonial Secretary that the Government would issueo a new commislson of the peace as soon as the subject could be deals with satisfactorily; thatpending the passing of the estimates through Parliament the charges necessary for carrying on thie public services must by defrayed, and the Government were using every moans for passing the estimates as speedily as pe.-itle. The House wect (pro forma) through the business on the p.per, and adjourned uatil Thursday next, the 12th instant. Thie Assembly'met at half-past three o'clock. It answer to questions members ot the government stated- that the dispute respecting boundaries between Mr. Roberts andt the miners at Araluen had not been as yet fully inquired into; thiat the G.vern ment had not received information of the escape o a Chinaman from Braldwood gaol, and that the im provcment of tbat building,...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANB YAN. F • our amn wrrrJpond t.) Sfmosemy last nothing of importance has occurred with the exception that we are to have a new court house and watch-house, at last; and I am informed that the orig(nal site on Monaro-street is to be the spot for its erection. I think in no place the want of such accommodation is more felt than at Quean beyan; the present watch-house is a disgrace, and not fit to place any human being in, even if his crimes were of the deepest dye. At last we may expect the speedy erection of such buildings here; andI hope there will not be another delay on ac count of contractors withdrawing their tenders, as before. OUR Now IlosPITAL.-This building is pro gressingbut slowly. The joists for the first floor have bccnlaid nsow for some months, and no further progress has been made, for what reason, lam at a loss to know. It can only be said that the walls will not be benefited-by having been exposed to the late rains. It was expected that tie buildin...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGEVCE. PoLICE.-On Wednesday Attn Clarke, was fined 20s. for using obscene language in Auburn-street. On Thursday Williamn Hall, was fiaed in thie same amount, for a similar offence in Verner-street. A charge ofassaultiig the constable at the tinme of his arrest, was withdrawn. Yesterday being Good Friday there was eo court. AInIVAL OF PRIsotcngs.--An escort arrivedlast evening at Goulbnrn gaol with trn prisoners. Two of tlhem George Walker, and William Reid, are from Kiinadra. the former on comnmitment for trial at the next quarter sessions. The other eight are from Aibury, having bteen tried at the quarter sessions recently hIeld there. Six of the latter have to un dergo terms of imprisonment in Goulburn gaol, and the other two are en route for Cockatoo Island. GILO COMtSSItONER.-We hear that George O'Mulley Clarke, Esq, clerk of petty sessions at Goulburn, has received the appointment of assistant gold-commrissioner at Kiaindra, vice Gonulesbury, deceased. Mr. Ctlarke...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

;~ ..,t~,ro g~~i'gt ··r ·.. Cornm~1dnt., to e?l, re t1anrtlon of thtboittrr , no - q tvsl o b...bniLrVery lengthyctett ftlttlln IreIol b Inwrral,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860

STHE BEE.'HIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S EMiANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the S premisea lately occupied by them in Auburn atoetbto their new premises ;?:;Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STItCET. 4049 SKINN ER AND CO. I& oda Water L emonado Sa?' ?rsaparilla :iI Ginger-Beer, anpd A 1'-i ll? klhis of Cordialsl. R~DiRS by post, or.otberwise, immediately at ,j:U: tended to. ;"IBANUFACTORY, VERNER-STRE1T, " Tearly. opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. ... CO.O1IA. 'BE]N ,AMINDE LISSA )EGS to m'lnfnIi the inhhbitants of Cooma and the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUL:TIONEER'S LICEN.E, and intends hold ing regular Auctiln Sales, and will be happy to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate. 40o .i'EDWARD BINGHAM, * (eauccrseseoa TO OARLAoD AND BINOHA,) 115; York-street, eydney, TOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer . of:English and American agricaultural imple ments, stetna engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &e Agent for T...

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