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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (Frorn our own Corlrepondent.) CAPTURE OF A IOlSEn-STEALELt.-A well known character in this neighbourhood, usually known by the name of" Blind Jemny," was taken yesterday by constables Keogh and HIogan, at Micalago,;and lodged in the Queaubeyan look-up, charged with horse-stealing from Mr. Antill, of Molonglo. lie will be brought up for examination to-morrow. POLICE eon KIIANDRA.-Inspector Sanderson ar rived at Queanbeyan, yesterday, withl'a detacluh'ent of troopers, who were lodged at the police office, and started for Cooma this morning, eC route for the Kiandra diggings. Goui Escour.-We, see by your .advertising columns that our wishes respecting this necessary acconmmodation are at last to be consummated by a fortnightly escort being established from Cooma via Queanlbyau. This will be a great convenience, not only to the mercantile men of the town, but to private individuals, who may thus send their gold home with safety. BRIDGE OVER TIIE ?MOLONOLO RIVERn.-I fear we ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

CAMI'BELLTOWN. Front our o'twn Correspondent.) Ti?E MENANGLU POISONING CAS.--Tbh adjourned inquest held at the court-house, Campbelltown, before Mr. Antill, on the exhumned body of Alexan der Moran, was concluded on Saturday last at a late hour. The evidence of Messrs. Watt and Norrie, of Sydney, who analysed portions of the body of the deconsed, proved that strychnine was found in the liver, but there was no evidence offered to throw suspicion on the accused woman, who was in custody, and who cohabited with Moran. Sle was accordingly discharged. Thus far the matter ends'for the pro sent. Whetlher the Campbelltown or the Camden police have neglected their duty in this matter is a question which will ere long be looked' irito. If we believo the medical testimony, a man has died suddenly; strychnine is found in a portion of the liver, but by whom administered, at present there is no evidence to show. Tihe manner in which the evidence was got up rellects the greatest discredit upon the...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

CORRESPOND ENCE. [We anr deslrou thlat our columns shollld o regarded as open to all parties, td we Itro therefore wlllung to give insertion to all ter n rately and Intelligibly writtlon leltters on solbJool ofl lputllo ilrlotei, even though ihlta olllltolo advaocld eoay bo diaaetlrically opposite to our own.] NATIONAL EDUCATION. To dt'i Editor of the Goullorn Herald. Sin-As public eduoction is oneo of thu great qutes tidia'of the day, and one so well worthy of theo con sidoiuiirit'of every colonist, I hole you will allow mu a small portion of yobr space.' t ,I think it ik.tlte duty of every man.tat the present coltnjuciture, who. has the well'tru of the .colony at h?rt;to lay boeforo the ,public ally it?lorniation he m.t "t'osseos upot tl?ts Ial-impourtP t t.'subjocbt TIto dlttetiool ul instttittttlos ot Iln ait sollt) ould he Ihor most valued. possessions,. and thet great'stojoew'ls ill tier dcruivi,if estubslioed i ,po a lhburpl ond uatisfue ti,' basus, .. r l e,,r t foundritiot'...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

TUENA. (From'our ont Correepondslt.) RonnEnY.-This usually quiet place was disturbed on Wednesday, the Ilth instant; by areport that Mr. Itigg's store had been plundered. On enqlify, I fouid that on Tuesday evening, some of the Mongolian tribe, whose ideas oa nmeum and tunm are very vague, but whose apprehensions of the meum are strongly developed, managed to elude the watchfulness of Mr. Bigg, and appropriated some store goods to their own use, without the equivalent of the legal coin. lIowever, John was not quick enough in his move moents, as the police were soon onil the trail, and a capture with tie missing articles inl possession. was et'cted.- I will send fliurther particulars by next mail, as the interval between tile arrival and depar turo of the post is too short to permit me to obtain full particulars. Tols NATioNAr. SonOOL progresses, 'numbering forty scholars at present. Digging operations as usual. A rush to a place named Grove Creek took place a few. days since, but of...

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WEDNESDAY—APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

WEDNESDAY-APAIL It. '; In the Assembly the Speaker took the chair at half-past three o'clock. In answer to t .question, lIr. RloEIrsoN'stated that the governtmet were not aware, that any.judgo of the district court is in the habit oftravelling about on his circuit with his son, such son being a practising advocate in his lather's court; tnitd wore nlut pro pared to say whether they should feeool called upon to take steps in the matter, if such proved toubo .the case. Mr. Asull gave notice of a question.relating to the punt at Albury. Mr. MA?rIN gave notice that Ihe would intrgduce, on Friday next, a bill to, amend tile.District Courts Act. The House went into.committco of Ways and Means, and agreed to tih soul of £12,t187 for supple mentuary estimates, and to £21s,279 to connect the 'abattoirs, at Glebe Islund, with the main land. Tile latter item gave rise to a lengthy debate, but was ultimately adopted without it division. TIHE INDEMNITY DILL, The Indemnsity Bill was read a second...

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

OLE ARGr?YL STORES, GOULBURN. DO NOT NEGLECt TIlE OPPORTUNITY. Now is the time for Purchasing. PRICES TO NEET THE TIDMES. TEAS, SUGARS. SALT, TOBACCO, &c., &c., Ten per cent. leis in price than any other house in town. S TT' ERS and .TItlREKEEI'FR4' will be able to swlect fromt one of the lartest and heat eastrred stock of GfCde in the Southern ti?tricte. An inquiry of the price and inspection of the articles are respecefully requested. A liheral allowance wade to the trade and whole. sale purchasers. B. BENJAMIN, Wholesale and Retail General Storekeeper, OLD ARGYLE STORE3, 4791 G)OUI.BLURN. Snowy River Diggings. -1 INERS, Storekeepers. Speculators and Dealers a can he supplied at the OLD A?RGYiLE STORES with every description of ;aoodt suitable for the ahove digiugse, at Sydney wholesalea prices. 'the stock being the largest and hbest assorted of any house of business in the Southern distrIcts, the favourable position acquired of imporlig goods direct from the -urop...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 'BENARES.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

LATER EUROPEA] W'S1 ,iltgp!icf ,. ,: 4 i,';ieAffiiterlifr Mlrlld c ' e l aurllll l in lih news to lebrlnry 18th. 'Th1iu snlbmarine tilcgrapli bctwonn Sc' uurdl Adeie wits hrokon. A vosI! wiLl engaged ii'inrspii'tng tlih :wire. No Aden telkgrais have, consequently, beon ieceived. .--We extract =th Lofollowing-itemsr-of- tele gbilphic intelligbiincinhtie; Sy!dneyrpapers: .?Plieo: December nmails:: fromi:Australitiwvro delivered in London on':4th and 8thfli'l~ln nt'? ' Tlhh: news lroni Melblieiih 'linub"t)ciccai6oned' sonio iiulni.ainlss in coinniol cil,' s.. ' '? absorbinig topic of tho io nitli is Mr. Gloidnton'H -3udget, of whiclrtheoAngnlO lFrench Coninerciall' irety i'-iFied: the pro minent fiatinre. ' . : ' .. :.: '.: Owing to thle htnteiior'Hs inllesl tle finau cil exposition isa postpo'hed ffrom the 6th to thlie 10th;instant, when, it Iyas moade minia crowded house, in: nafo liours` speeci wliich has been much eologi.sed?; :?.: ;,?.?,::. :..ir. Gladstone had an iintidiipated dd...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

PAIiLIAMEi'NTAR Y. TUESIAY -At?rtil 10. eIN the Legislative Assembly yesterday the chair was taken Iby the Speaker at half-past 3 o'clock. The SPriiEn read a letter from Mr. Jones, resigning his seat fors the Hunter, and, on the motion of Mr. ltoin'RTrsoN, the seat was declared vacant. Several new notices of motion were given, and various petitions presented and ordered to be printed. TIIE TARIFF. In answer to a question from Mr. MARTIN, Mr. W'SElvs said it was not the intention of the Government during the present session to introduce any measure with regard to the tariff; but next ses sion, if they woere in office, they would deem it their luty, and indeed it would be the duty of any Government which might be in oli co, when the Ways and Means were brought forward to submit a proposition for the revision of the tariff. QUEsTIONS. In answer to questions it was stated by Ministers that overtures had been made by this, Government and by that of Queensland, having reference to the com...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

MlISCELLANEOUS. LUNATICS.-Dr. Walker, in a letter in the ' Sydney Morning Herall,' makes the follow ing truthful remarks with ref'rpnce to the treatmennt of luinatics :-" Surely, Sir, it is a taren to have Isch cases as thoRs of Wallace oceurring, after the expense to which the ommunn ity has been subjected, and it is a crying injustice to linv ipor wretch whom the tinger of God, fir his own good purpose inlav have stricken, to he close kept in the telon's gaol, awaiting his removal to an hos pital for the in4ane, luntil reason totters from her throne, mid what was once the sRul's ully is filled oulv by a bltt-a blank. I do trust that every lonest God fearing nmn will join with me in denouncing this sQadly pitiful prac ties of mlking a public spectacle of the mnf. fering manie by bringing him before a lpolhe tiisual.. "I do hope that every one of your reandri who values his liberty will join in a pry';.er to the governmlent to ameliorate tihe condition of tlihse who not being crimi ...

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THE ANGLO-FRENCH TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

THE ANGLO -FIENCin TREATY. .By the now commercial treaty with France'! theo uty on coal and coke is to be reduced' from the 1st July ,nixt; .(and oi bar and pig iron (used for steel);..friom 1st October next, to be three per cent., ad valoem1. In yarn and manufictures, in...wool, hemp, and flax, the .reducltion is to date from 1st June, 1861 ; and on thirty-seven other articles, the reduction in duty will date from 1st Ootober, 1861. 110rom and after the 1st October, 1864, the ad ?alornt imliort duties payable on British merlchandisi shall not exceed 25 per cent.. Endland, o?"i her part, engages to admit all lFrenc' imanufactured.goods duty free; .and.to reduce the duty on French. wines from 5s. and 10a. to 8.;~. aidl 1i. per gullon, according to the propoitioni of proof spirit contained in it? lTho 'duty on biandy is also to be reduced from 1ls. per' gallon to 8. '

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COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

COUNTRY NEVWS. LACrILAN DISTRICT. F.. Tllc. WEATnaER'since my last communication up to ablout eight o'clock this morning was all that one need wish for; ;fine sunny days with a.clanrsky, the evenings and mornings rather coolishi which at: this timo of the year, in this lquarter is to be expoited.' A few minutes alter eight o'clock this mornig' it commenced raining, and continued till about a quar er al'ler four p.m.. at which time it totally ciased. This fall of rainl has done a great deal of,good..Ii never saw thlle grass look so green, horso;otolk so well, or horned cattle so fat as at present. . EATHI BY UiO\VNIN.-I am sorry to havo Cto, informo you that a line boy,:son; of Mr..Gtcorgo, M1asoo, of the Bland Creek, was accidentally3 drownedi in the above creek, a day or two ago; This is tlih third child that has been acidcentlly idrowiaod inu this creek during the last live or six years. : TIlE INIIAIITANTS or MaitINGO AND TIe Soii Vy Ul)'narrwsramrNT.-T'1he inhabitnts. of.,Mareng...

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COMMERCIAL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

COMIMEItCIAL .ROBI$,?TI (From the .Srottihh- lanner.Janunry 7.) An untituol naumler of bei;;kruii'pternmini iidn have iaken place this weaik.' Tro ill? (. we gi ve little prominence in our columllin?' they are of little importance to the majority of our tenders, end as they convey little or no usefal infertution. But as they ore to nui nerolns, and as this is sot It season of coInmer cial depression, we fel ourselves called ilpiio to conlenlt !noon them ione of those exilmi nations showst tlit the lilabilities of the hilink rtpt are 131,053, and the so-ets £1707. In the others, the ai+.eti are also far below .the liabilities. It can scarcely be conceived that such results can be produced except by the dishonesty of the bankrupts, and by an un healthy state of society. As regards the lbnkrupts, their insolvency has been in mosi instances ciused by thei.tr having ian eager desire to lie rich, which elnales them to ob tain the highest consideration amongst their fellows. They and their...

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

Y D. SYNEY. ,: Lo s nouas' ower ConoESP?NDEOT:] . Thursday, 4 p.m.. POLITICAL: Tul, resignationosf Mr. Jones is calculated to create n?Siiriorcblei ai?rise:oT le rh part that ho hlad 'for sonietitnle past tulaeciti politics seemed to mark him out as one of the indispensable men of the Assembly; and his aid?wis hiol cd upo?l us no small source of strength to the present Ministry. It is true that he dilfdrslfrom Mr. IRobertson on tihe land question; but it is-notat all likely that that qcuestion can come on for full discussion in the present session, and. we moust look elsewhere for the causes of Mr. Jones's retiement. At the prosent inoment tlieso are un knowil; but is iot unliikely that some light *ill be thrown on this subject before I close this letter. Ti- u wnolle of tilc eveilig,ior nearly so, wao yester ldayoceupied in debating Mr. IMartin's cmtion for th. rescission of the vote reducing Sir Alfred Stepheli's propocsed allowance, from £2600 to £1400. After a long, and ildeed a...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

LOCAL JIN'TLLIGENVCE. POLICE.--On Thursda} one drunkard was dis charged, and two men remanded till next day on a chargoef cottlo-stealing.-Yesterday, before W. H. Hovellnd, M. Marks,Esqrs. Charles Penrose, Joseph Carroll, and Edward Millard, were severally fined 10s, 20s., and 5s., for a breach of the town's polico act, in allowing their pigs to stray in the public streets. The fines weroproportionate to the number of pigs that had been at large.-Two drunkards were discharged.-Thonms Croker, and John IIarris, of Bungonia, were brought up on remand, charged with suspicion of cattle-stealing. The evidence of consta ble Nelson having been taken as to the apprehension of the two neccused, James Conlan deposed that he had.known them for about six years; on Monday last, he saw them driving a blue and whitish cow; saw the same cow afterwards in Clarke's yard; the cow??as, he thiofght, branded IMMI on off rump, and was theproperty of Michael Mannion. The evidence of the prosecuting witness,...

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

Wanted, A LAUN)DRESS. Apply at the Goulburn Hlotel. 5235 Wanted, SMAN to plo'ugh and make himself generally use ful on a farm. Apply to W. SIMONS, 1298 Butcher, Goulburn. Wanted, SCIIEPHERDSi to.':take charge of: a:Station; PLOUGIIMEN, and a Ma, ried Coiplp for House Work; Apply to Mr. BRADY, Verner-strcet. . 5314 Wanted, :::. BUSHIMEN to put up SIX :MILES of LOGl B TLENCE. .Apply to TIIOMAS WOORE, 5285 Pomeroy. Pigeoni.--Pigeons.-Pigeons. ANTED, N' ifty 'laird' PIGEONS. Apply to -. JOSIIUA KING, Farriers' Arms: tilonne stremt, Goulburn. 6310 Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Cooma. A BRANCH of this Bank is now open at COOMA, MANEROO-(for the transaction of all rdinary Banking business)-on the premises of Mr. Ilaines, Innkeeper, under the maaugement of 1. C. JuPllLIN, Esquire. 16th March. 1860. 6028 ' ' Chinese Crackers. 1 IN EB R" A C. K E lI S.-Chcap ., ' ;T.:LUSTY 'S, : ; . 620, Wilshiro-buildings, 255, . , : Bricktield-hill, Sydney. To be Let, THE I OG -WILL of thite BUTCHER...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

[Ra;uninCTnto TELEORttt.l j Friday night. Later telegronis report'the English wool market as being dull nf latcst dates. The lecture by M?c Intyre in Maitland went oilff quietly yesterday. Archbishop Polding was in Maitlund. Captain Mo Lerio, and mounted police, with three hundred special constables, also attended. lhe audience numbered about fifteen hundred. A new.writ issued for the Hunter, nomination day on the 23rd. To night lIodgson's motion comes on, demanding reply from government about the suppressed dis patches. The opposition expect to damage thu government. 9'30, p.m. The two men, Jones and Callaghan, convicted of murder, and the aboriginal, cendemned to death for rape at the last assizes at Mlaitlaud, have been ordered for execution on the 26th April. The Executive Council has not yet considered the cases of the crimninals condemned at Goulburn. 'The Asehilbly is still sitting (half-past nine), but Hodgson's motion has not yet come on. Weather cold. CO3MMERCIuAL. At Mort...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

To fcOFRRI'ZPONIlNT8. : eU , o,,d h,,edij)tt r on brt l rtO ufJWl" 1»' h 4 uWW* pnopr. We d /ei. it, h"'er0r-07, f A lie4 el" I CALoENDA2T. 4 ý 1)r.. of In "t e,' )AYO un Iw. nn.(.Hun" Month. 1R I RAA IIIIRDAY ...'....... Atoll It f 124 h 3 22 ~ATlI) 1. ............ 1 13 El '2117. 6'4 23 \lf)\II.II .............. ". 1 "7 U i :17 3 24 TUESDEAY. . ll 41 'u 12.......,". 17 1._ 47

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

: TE. BEE-EIVE.S - NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S M' MANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the ' premises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to theirnew premises SOpposite the Market-square, S AUBURN-STr'PET. 4049 'SKINNERI AND CO. Soda Water . . " emonade; Sarsaparilla' G:'' inger-Beer, anid'."-: :: -, A llkinds of Cordials. RbSDES by post, or otherwise, immediately at tended to. SMANUFACTORY, VERNER-hTRERT, Nea;rly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COO1VJIA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants ofComs and ' the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEEi'S LICENnE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happ) to sell any goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate. 4(oo : EDWARD BINGHAM, S(sOCCBsson TO OARLAND AND DtonUNl5 ,) ' 115, York-street, Sydney, iCTOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer L of English and American agricultural iuple mnents, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horhes, &c. Agent for Tuxford and buns,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

IT is ? 1r(:reshi(g' to; turn-fur a mom- nt i fromr the 111111 rultino 'of:?ev.oryhday life ºnid the tedious records bif?ioliticall llanyvrmtg, to: thle ieliver'aees of. aY cnllid(tet like 'Mr. 'l'honmas:n l)ngar, who has just been exhibiting himislf with great succssa. before.· theblaulicb electois of Liverpool' P'lan it. tmay 1)0be re niemnIbefisd ditht this gjtioitlo?oiia's hit' pr ei;ding, appe:lrice i ipublic, fii'f'ii the' catoe chisot .!Mllr. ,.Rtoertson, ilt.,Scone,. anndi his late, jerlinlrmaices have rflly siettained the replitation; nciired on tiat.'occa'sion. :'' It oeemin, in the resent d:iy, tlihat the great dd sire 'of anrididates for lparlinuient'is to enter iinin riithbr thei iistricot bi0 diiliglitn:' their :uudiences: : With a'littli fiirtlieri* advance in the irt of creatinlg Igliihteir, we ,ll~ ioxpoct the old inoti o o)rhlif dithe illoni)d)i toshe teosiii enos 1fodld tith hoecauirushlo cainduio 'to mootne lsis I;oiv to.thue.onstjtllomc,deiorated with the loprof...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860

OnAw l1 \mnstunt, it. S.S. I'etr anid Paiul, by thle r-Rev 1)avid4i'Arcy, nnd afterwarls at tLt.Saviwnr't' by tbat.I-bt Iv V; .uwurby. 'IEWAnlt .CAIAULE8 l'Qwlni,, FSsij, yorytl ot"La no ll ~til lteu&L JosephI Pyower Hall, of arrick Castie, W aterrord, Ire ln;tiu'1iiu'A elro tetnuutiigtr of'h Iiti Richlbard UsIuaxuuwN,-fluN of Clit'dr ; lo v)Oyrer, Enugland: ;;:",`SA URDAY, APlR fI 14,. 186q.", .a.

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