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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 7 April 1860
~.·DIED, O~Cn(WiE: Wi'ofX'~'itiidihtait, ot Wr~idhory. otter a two t~rac otlr nititt motiths, the beloved childl of JOSE~ti and Euitt~x A. SuTToN. of Gandoaree. At thle residence of Mr. W. Simefle, (nletlhorn. en Thetiatuy last. `CArnstIEI Et~ecesce StUAW, vcegler daughter of Mr.I S.· B. ShowI, lateo f Tart...-r *.SATTfinlDAY aplIII. 7, 1860.
A SCENE NOT IN "HAMLET." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
A QSCNE NOT IN " ItAILET."-There was a low comedian, tfumiliarly called Dick Hoe Iins, whoms I occasionally encountered at osveral of"the small country theatres in the North of England, and who was an inveterate and practical joker on the stage. He was always very well belihaved with mo; but when hoecame in contact with a tragedian for whose thlents he eiteortained a conteuipt, or whose person or manibers displeased himn, woe to tie unnhappy.shbject of hlisfun! All his tragedy wh tulrried into ferco, when Dick was in the humnorous vein. Thus, he played the Grave digger one night at, I thiuk, the Roehdale Theatre, in Lancashire, to the Hamlet of a Mir. C---; a"diost solemn and mysterious tragedian, of the cloak-and-dagger school. This gentleman's traigedy was, in Dick's eyes, much more intensely comic than Iis own broadest strokes of farce; accordingly, Dick held no terms with it, and showed the unlor tunate ohject of his. merrim;-nt no quarter on the stege. When, thernfore, Hamlet a...
INCREASED PRODUCTION OF THE GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
INOREASED PRODUCTION OF THE .-':i" :-: ; GOLD-FIELDS.. ;::, . (From the Empire.) ..,Whatever may be said or thouglit of Keiadra, it is veay plain that, fromn that source as well as from others, the yield of gold in New South Wales is very considerably on the increase. On. reference to' the publisled returns, andl omitting all friactions .of olinces, the following quantities have :airived by escort within the lust month: Wroek ending Mlarch lOth ......... ,i9 . Week eruing lMarel,17ih..... ... 9.30o , Wek endiiing Mrch 24th ..... ..........,963 Wiirk eiidiing'Maruli ac l ........... 1i3,90 • .ol ....,......... ... .. . ..... ` . This is exclusive of that received by private alnds..- ' 7-- ' ; '-*The Western escort has during the last week brought down 3723 ounces. Informa .tiou.has been received that the Southern es-.rt has in charge 9290 ounces, to which must be added 800 ounces from Snowy River rei·ved at the Mint during the present week; and, nccording to a moderate average, we ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Cooma. A BRANCH of this Bank is now open at COOMA, MIANEROO--(for the transaction of all ordinary Banking business)--on the premises of Mr. Hainlles, Innkeeper, under the management of R. C. JOPLIN, Esquire. 16th March. 1860. 50o8 NOTICE. To the Farmers and Settlers of the District of Argyle, AND SURROUNDING NEIGHBDOURHOOD. THE- JOLL" THRESHER. MR. R. FLECKNOE, OfWoodhouseleigh, HYAVING, at considerable expense, and for the the express purpose of benefitting the growers of grain, introduced into the district a large THRESHING MACHINE-awant which has been for many years felt--bchgs to inform Farmers and Settlers that the sasm will travel through the above districts, for the purposo of threshing wlheat, &c., thereby affording them an opportunity of aeffecting a great saving in expense and labour. The muchine is by one of the best makers, and is named " The Jolly Thresher." Full particulars may be obtained of the man travelling with the mac...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
COMME?I COA ,. LUnlrse athereto ehpresed, the prb e quotied tn thi rllele d re thoe wIn transtio betrween the p aoducer nd the v ert pur hser ;not ot hetwecn one dealer anod another, h te the retll preI a d." YAtss.--Wheat, per sockl, 8. ld. to 10T.; flneclnureper ton, £t; leMondl ditto, a£v3; raed per bushel, .l. ad. me it, e;0.; ray s. o p f lr y, pro'.too. £O no £ to.; harley, 4. to ; Ireh butter. Is. t.O . . at ditto, i. pee lb.; ahetee, whnled; haron, h anted; ensi, per dotpn. 1t. Sd. to i. Gd.; potatohe, per ect, 7. d. , to lor.; drle hidet .nes to. ro r. 7e .; lreoen itto, iiA . to tOt ; hbrnd, pesr h. lool, ut.; beef, petr li.. il. to i d.; omnttont. t.; elt, td. ; pork. Sd. to Gfd.; lat asie, £0 to.£l tfOo.; ot hbeep, b. h to 18se anAeWooo.--lnoe louro, per ton £03 to £5; wheatf , por huhel, 0a0. to Its. 0h1.; Irl, nl. 31.; oetl, 00i onte. 7t. Gd to 0I.0.1. ; lay, £10 to £11 ; potatoet, t1o per Ett.; ertI, hoUtter per P., 1t. 4,1. to it. ,1 : sal ittitto, tI. 3d. to 0.. ld....
COUNTRY NEWS. WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
W`~ HEeO,. 1',Ofl ourot, Corroqpoo~dru T" a Wuau~rsn-o ItA-T bis r~a~l is al~vi a s1uck lag cnF dstjloaii sveral ol.~ the crerkts ling provitively LISnalgrr(,usfo o'ahci, ia-fact it is vrniderful how loaded clar -d n eL 4k~ L·o~o :( idLr. -· S in~'ap sca-~l~iol ·have him n tercn to enpair the croon *·'·~~see, ee~pooalrl: S8 onaerrkn3lo R n awne osnylea boon desispood by the Government for that purpose, and is (as I am given to understand) lying in tile hands of a gentleo man residing near Goulburn. If something is not done before winter sets in, this road will be quite impassable to drays, and already some parties in this neighbourhood have transferred their custom to the Marsden mill and store. If the road is not speedily repaired many more will do the same. his e i?ol'of the finest seasons we have had forna iog.tsn griss is now as abundlant as in spiing, and al? linds of stocl are"inexeellent condition, the soil is;in firsti'itd bded' fo'r ploughing, and farmers are preparing for ...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
. ......CHINA. The 'S mitlh L4astiilin" Rs~iger ' gives ilt? eniwiwv from Ci;,li:;htving receirved Iong' Kon p"I'aprs )' tothe .29th. January,i"y tile ar rival of 'lm now rh.nt in Adehlide: " Admiralr li ' iasIlioughlt the old Bom hayesteamer. ' Sir Charlee Fslhes,' sixty hor',b power,; for- the purpose of condtnsing wiP'foietlie trob; lis :whenlthey eballproceed inorth. The lirice was- 45,000 dbllars. t'l'he ,dmiral heas jrdared a numbernof flatibot tfiimid boats and some waterhonats. 'Ihose ne tilie only 'prep)arations which are being imade- for the. conin conflict that the piublic. tirem'rand aware Aof. It is rumoured that liirf nmlbers of lhorses and mules have been ord~died firomnvarious parts of the world. .Thle foice now' collected heore is in a high state of hlailth arnd efficiency. Nearly all the ,hoops w..ea at Canton,.not :on account of any inticipation of disturbance there, but because there is nmoro adonimmodetion available. General Stranbeniad has proved a most ener ga...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
Wanted, . LAUNDRESS. Apply at the aGoaulburn *Hotel. . 523 i JA AN to plough and m sale himselfgeerelly us-e .I. f aonpa rm. Applyto ... 529 , :: Bitcher, Goulern. A FEMALE SERIVAN'P.' s a:cok and laundress. . Also an ACTIVIE YOU'TH as'lighte porter. Apply to Mlr. . BUiJTLiER la?rket-squasre. :3.02 . . To bie Let-:. rljHE GOOD.WILL of the :DUTCHERiNG I 'STABIISHMENT of Mr. Willianm Simons, Auhurn-street, Gosilbuirn?. For further particulars apply on the rem ? naes. SGonlburn, April 10o, 1860. 5299 To Let. ql~HOSE TWO genteel family RESIDENCES. A containing six rooms and fbour rooms. with deatnehed kitchens and servants' rooms, adjoining the Old Commercial Store.' Apply to ; 5303 .. D. DAVIS. To Lt, . JIOUSES a ND SHOPS TO LET. . : D; DAVIS;,. 5304 . Old Coiomercial Store. To Lt, l IhE CoTTAGE lately oecuple:l hy Mrs. Wardell; I Logoonstreet, with Hlalf-an-Acre of Laid and Garden:-'A?pply.to Mr. BLAhTCHFORD, Auburr dereet. Goulmhra, 10th April, 1860, 5295 For Sale, a.Bargain, A SECON...
CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI. On Thursday, the 10th day of May next. COUNTRY LOTS.—WYNYARD. PARISH OF BANGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT TOE POLICE OFFIOE,'o GNDAGAX. On Thursd.ay, the- 10ot day of Mauy net. COU5TtR' LOTS. -WrN'Ya D. •PARISH OF tANoOUS. , Lot 1, 28 aores 3 irods at31 perches; lot 2, 37 sacres; lot 3 50 nores 3 ruods; lot4, 40 auresa 3 roods; lot 5, 67 :aeresa-portions I to 5, withiqttoie extended Gunlg'ui reserve, adjaceiit to the west bbtundary of . P. Jenklinst "ntro173 rs iir d the s?iveia.boundsarius of. •ots 6,7, t sandi2. - " ..'. Lot 6, 39 Lcresi ro od, lot 7, 8Bacres I rpod; lot 58, 32'derca ". lot , 4ol:'acres" I'rood i ejot .1'0, 32,ROres 21 , roodd;.|otolj, 7l"ores 'lot" .id'1 7? sores; lot 13,32 'oror 3 rteodsoplos:14, 20 sores roop d 35.perhes; lot 15, 47acres I rood1 lot o16, 136 aeres; lot 17,130 acres;c : lot , 135 sacrqs; i lot 19 126 acree; 1st 20 1t9 anrcs.l rood: lot 21, 18 eacres; lot 2., 139 asres; lot 23, 65 ares I rood lot 24..56 acres:2 roods; lot 25. 45 acres 2 roods; leo 26, 52 sares; lot 27, 61, acres 2 r'ods; lot 28, 81)0 acoreso It 29. 87. acrse; l...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
ro oo,!1z4~sv.~bDEpY~s fl '' Vorroqpondente, toeoruM heqIofrl of jo~crdier~r 1tnr,, to qn e tl.. to be hri h,- V er o .: unt ltby ,tlet ter con elh lo m be CA1.ND~A . Dn0,otl tw Wnl ; IO .....l C , P.c. ' q Min i,,I? ... ............ Da2ofth k. 5 I ia •,lD,.Ai.f . . 8~0 t j ,. • "" " n?? "? .... -" ?1 , mn' .I~ 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
YTE :BiE-3IA TTVE. ,.NOTICE OF REMOVAL. : M'oItAUET & SON have REMOVED from the :::premises lately occupied by them in Auburn Itreet to their now premrnises :.Opposite the MIarket-square, .: : AUBURN-STREET? 404. S:U'NI.NER AND CO. Soda Water ,:,: :Lemonade . .: :Sarsaparilla - G:r ·. :inger-Beer, and . : All kinds of Cordials. O E·?RDERS by post, or otherwise, immedtiately ael "tenfdled to. " " MiI.No 0ACTORY, VERNER-STREET, : Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, Geulburn. C.OO1erA. BE NAM\lN DE LISSA TEGQS to .mform the inhabitants of Cooma and B·i the osurrounding district that he has taken out anoiAUTITONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing:regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell eoy goods:entrusted to his charge. Co"'Cmmission strictly moderate. 4600 EDWARD BINGHAM, (aeceinSson TO OABLAOD AND DINOGHASO,) : 115,.York-street, Sydney, 'TOCOK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of English and American agricaltural imple neents, steam engines, eatle, sheep, horses, &...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
ALLUSION -has been.regetly mande in e of the metropolitan dailies -to the expediency and degirability of tlie ege.cideA."of the public service beinr promoted bty t?'nore general and iystematic plan oftadverti.ing the government i'odificatiozs,. whiclh are nt present almost ex clusively- cdonfined' -to thle c?luiis of the otlicial journal the - overniienft- Gazette.' Wo believe the lubject"' i occupying the at tention.iF 'thb Exciiitive,, and that they ari beglii'fi'fto i ie se.nsilble of the necegsity of a mole wide-spread-?tsystem of adv rtiaintg, in tile towp n'nd -prvincial journals, ,than is. at pres'nt adopted. :- " "- :. 'There are many features thatli trike is as slo.ving this-existing necewiLy.. t mlst, be patent to every reasoable- mibd4 it.'hata a judicious. systeim 'of t.tdvertiting--extensively would equiially apply in its advantgues' t the governmental depatrtment of the colony, ns it is recognlized to do-in commercial interests nay, more so, as in the matter at -iasup,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
: IMRTH. At Wet.Nlin.&lt;.o'Th sal,,d , ih.. April ?r?. D. H. TIoao, of adm6ghiter.'., OI thi li 'nst.n it. Mt thl e residerce of her Uncle. .lr. William Simoo. Auburn-reet; 'Gamlburn, of diarrhei, allil.olltlnes'tif ten- houre. C.riinn lil Est'u?lWA'reinfant dnughur at 3M1r. .. B. Shaw, lto of Tarlo aged twoare months. On the;lst of April istes t,. a WVoobhury, after a s hort Ihthlswn. adipthuritiis -EniLY Et.LCs.. acedl "to "rs nd 'nio months. Ihth6 blu6ved oiild iof Josurnt anti ETil. A:SuItoI,. Tof Oandnaro6o.' -'- LESDAYA? . l. L I ,, Q.- ?V?IINFSD~~AP ?''PlI?I I It, .It+?l. ""
SYDNEY. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
irons, olit ; O iuncanbt Ironlntr.I). .. .Saturday evening. Alt;TnoroHn- wrotle on Thursday, several inahtll'ra if ilterent-hal.eictce ?ocilrredl, which. in view of the n'tlicipantdisar'rival of the English mail, I may as well at once apprise you of. It has been resolved to-send reinforcements to New Zealand. A preing 'reqoisition has been received from Governor Gore HIrowb, ntnd as -Generalt Macarthur happened to be in Sydney, he at once called upon the Governor-General, and took his nlad vice as to what troops could be spared. Of cntlorse they could all be spared on an occasion like this. 'l'here is now no danger of war with France-=it least for the present; and thie men who aie idllingt here hadl better he helpin. to protect the New Zea lanld colhmnists than keeping up their practice by shooting police inspectors. Bnt would wiu believe that party and facttous virulence could go so far? - Messrs. Plunkett and Piddington--ptar nolile fratrrm--look the ministry to task about sparing...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
PARLIAMENTARY. &nbsp; Thursday--April. 5. &nbsp; THE Leglslative Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. Sveral now notices ofsntin were given, and questionas uanswereod. &nbsp; BILL OF INDEMNITY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr?r.WEIKES iov'edltdor leave nbri'i?gH iia bill to indemnliify the G!Ooveeir?r fir'the oratiiotrltdeieidlcii. diturb of public oii y. ':When the prlesiire iliisteirs tooiPoilocs, 0o vote of crdit:lad: beeil obainii'd for the month of' Mairch; aiif;nuale could bi?.b4nied duorinj. th.at mnoitioi' "£iisi bill w?o toidani thesi, tor'ai h~re)iil? xiaxindit ad ?v hih att !ctid not ially w) conrol ' '. ".. ' . . n"lMr; 'L?U'i t1io.iilbit '? itsklng for a Bill of Indoiocity auinocwli na iiad grace Froaln the-present ?ooveciioctt.e?'' = £-. lr:. RAnT wasi of opinion that Mr. Plicnkett'a speechl mi...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 11 April 1860
LOCAL. INTELLIGEEI'c. KIANDRA. The excitement attendant on these diggings is subsidint to a more settled course of things. Many parties en route thlithlerward continue to pass through -Geulburn, although los so numerous a they have been,. and in some instances tra vellers,:aiing on intelligence thllt they have learnt here, have arrested their steps and roturnied home. Henvily loaded teams consinue, Ilo!veoer,.to pass through on thbir way, and great quarsitities of goods are deslpatched froms Gsoulbursn. James Mloore, Esq., from the Colonial Architect's office, passedl through tlhis place on 'MIondsay, on his way to superinstend the erection of the guide-posts and other- public worls, for which tendiers have beens It will-be seen by our aslvertsmng csuonss Insa? ltu gold-esuoertvia eosrum Ias been esmablished, to pro. teed .veklly. io and from lGoulburn. Several of our towsnsps.ople:have returned, and the nccsunt they give is generally very favourable. MIr. P.- Lawler, who arrived on...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REPORITS. - Mfessrr. P. Dostax AND Co. p ?orCtej StcblOk. The horse, market continies much 'depressed, alid sales can only be effected at low prices. Iave: sold four head for £28, and one at £10; spring cart and harness for £24; also three pairs workers, in low condition, with tackle, at £13. Ilorchandiso.-At the beginning of the week a brisk trade was doing. Have cleared out two parcels of consigned goods at satisfactory prices. J. FULLJAsrss (successor to II. Greig,) reports: A fair amount of stock having changed hands during the week. Sold, on Tuesday last, a draft of fat cattle, mostly cows, from Mr. MeCallm, at an average of £4 4s. per hdad. Store Sheep -One flock of 580, to D. II. Thorn, Esq., at 88. Id per sead; also a flock of 0S2 full mouthed ewes, same purchaser, at 7s. Id. per head; small flock at 6s. Fat Sheep.-One small flock, light wethers, at 10s., to Mr. Fox; also, about 40.1 light aged ewes, buit very good, to Messrs. Dempsey and Carroll, at l?s. per he...
COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860
COMMERCIAL. IInEALD Oflice, Friday evening. THERE ihas been great activity in-trado through the week, large quantities of goods having been sent to Kiandra. Mr. S. Emanuel reports having purchased 336 ounces of Abercrombio gold; also 135 ounces of Tuena gold, by Messrs. Davies, Alexander and Co. SGOULDURNI . . o £ . I . 9d.' £4,'s; d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 0 0 0 to30,. O0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto . ........ 28 0- -- -.. -0 Wheat, per bushlol . ....... :010 0 0 lp.,6 Pollard and Bran, ditto ...'0 2 0' 0 . O- 0 Oats, ditto ....... ..'.'. : 6 '5t- 0 0 6 0 Barley, ditto ..................0 4 6 0 5 6 Maizu, ditto, now ......... 0 , 6:.0; 0 ,,O. 6.; 0 IHay, per ton 8.............. 8 0 9 0 0 Potatoes, ditto ............. ."8 0 0. 0 0 0 Bacon, per Ib,..." ...;. 0[, 8 ,0', -0-,:o0 Cleese, ditto, plentiful...... . .0 0 6 0 0 Salt butter, pletitul ... .. 0 "0I,,' O - 0 3 Fresh ditto .0.......1.........' 0' ' 0 1 6 Eggs, per dozen ....;;...' 2 0 0 2 3 Fowls, per pair .. ...... 0 2 6.. ?&...