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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 April 1860
ACCIDENT.--An accident which might have been attended with serious consequences, occurred a few days since to the Rev. D.P. M. Hulbert. The &nbsp; reverend gentleman was returning from Gunning to his residence, at Collector, in a chaise, in which were his lady and child; and a bell, weighing some four hundredweight, for the use of the church. This bell had been brought to Gunning as the nearest place on the road. Mrs. Hulbert was driving, and having safely passed over a deep and, dangerous rut of a gully, looked back to survey the place, and, in regarding the past, did not observe the stump of a tree against which a collision ensured ---the weight of the bell on one side caused a turn over. We are &nbsp; gratiflied to add that the passengers escaped with no &nbsp; further injury than some slight bruises, and that the bell was not damaged. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Goulburn H6tel. 5235 Wanted, A MAN to plough and make hiselfgenerally use ful on a farm. Apply to W. SMONS, 5298 Ilutcher, Goulburn. Wanted, SHEPHERDS to take charge of a Station; PLOUGHMEN, and a Ma: ried Couple for House Work. Apply to Bir. BRADY, Verner-street. 5314 English Newspapers by the 'Benares,' JUST RECEIVED, and on sale at the Herald Book Mart. Tenders ARE required for the erection of a STONE Particulars may be obtained of the undersigned, to whom tenders must be forwarded on or before the 19th instant. HOULTON H. VOSS, - . Argyle Chambers. , April 14th, 1860, . . 5315 Disengaged, A USEFUL NEEDLEWOMAN. AddressD.P. . Herald' Offide. r 5330 Atlases. pHILIPS' CHEAP ATLAS, Is. 6d.; post free --- Series of Penny Maps, 7s.? poet free, as. 6d. - Popular Atla~;soloured, 15s. post free, 178. .--- Young Scholar's Atlas, Is. 6d.; post free, 4s.' --- Library Atlas, half-morocco, 278. 6d.; post free, 30s. Atlas of Australia, 88.; post free, De. * Map...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
COMMEER CIAL. Lunle otaherwise expresed, tleo prieea quoted In thI artltle are thotu In transaetlont between the produer and Cob .frat. pur her;ar not to between ooe doeler b ?sdaothdro, mouth leh oothe retalil prel..1 Yiass-Wheat, par buthl,8l Cld, to Os.; fine four,pr ton, 33; second., ditto, £l ; bran, per bushel, Is. d. maizel as.; oato. be. to Os.; hay, per too, £c to f7 oS.; barley, 4d. to O t;reolh butter, Is. 3d.; salt ditto, 1s. per I'.; cheseo, wanted; bacon, wanted; eggst per dozen, Ito. d. to Is. d. ; potatoes, per c?t., oa. to 7s.;.drlid lldes, aelo , fo. to 7e. Cdt.; reen ditto, Os. to 0 ; bread, per 2b. oaft, d ; beef, per lb.. Cd. to 4d.; mutton, dd.; roeo, d. ; pork, d.' to Cd.; tot cattle, £0 to £l IOo.; fat slheepo, O. to I p . - Bottlnwoon.--Yine lour, per tot £032 to £30; wheatt, per bushel, Co. to o. Bd.; bran oats, ; 7. to la ; miets, 8t. to l.; boy, fB to £O; potatoes, o t 10c. to £ 0 peront; fresh butter, per Ib., Is. Cd. to 2e.: salt ditto, Is. Cd. to Is. t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
W. :8 Y.MiON.1 S, Collector and'Town Agent for the Goulburn '.. .. Herald.'.. 1)ARTIES requiring their Accotints mado ut or " collected, W. S. is prepared to uhbdutake the same on reasonable terms.-R-eferences and security given if required. Chequers Iln, Goulburn. . . ? KEEP AND PARSONS,. TVYNYARD-STREET, SYDNEY, Importers and Manchester Warehousemen. 4809 PEIL INSURANCE. SYDNEY INSURANCE COlIPANY, (ffice : Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney Incorporated by Act of Council, 18 Vict., 1855. Subscribed Capital, £250,000. DIRECTORn : S. D. Gonoto, Esq., M.L.A.. Chairman. RICHARD JONES, Esq., M.L.A., Deputy Chairman. T. C. BIEILLAT, ESLq. M. E. MluNin, Esq. Joii F1AxrFAX. Esq. 'luoasA HOLT, E?q. Surveyor--JAuls Hot?s, Esq:.' Secretary -.Ir. JosunI Dyo?n. T?,ITHIN the last four years this compnny has , paid for losses by fire the sunm of £15,508 5s The directors would point out the public advantages derived from the estublishment of this truly colonial institution. The rates of pr...
SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
SYDNIEY. trno0 OUR OW'N cOtsnSrPO?sENTT. . Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. Mn. Honoson's attempt, on Friday. night, to revive the'old affair about thle assessment despatches, was properly defeated by the previous question, Mr. flolpson's given reason for bringing forward the resolution at all is rather rich. ie says that he was in the library of the Assembly, when. Mr. Robert son, during the late administration, asked why he did not press for a reply from ttho,Governor to the address on the subject of the despatches; so, says Mr. Heodgson I thoueht I would just give hsbn he sauce lie recnmmended for Forster. But iobertsorns reply to this was caustic enopgh, He intiniated thoat he was only " poling fun'" at the member for New castle; for, says he, if I wanted any member to press forward a matter that I considered of importance, surely I would not select Mr. Hodgsonl We are not yet certain who is elected for Liver pool Plains. Ktemp had a majority at Tumworth. Mr. Cape has now resigned, aft...
TIME TABLE OF THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
TIME TAIBLE OF THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. OUTWARD. - * The outward mail for Australia to leave. South ampton at 2 p.m., on the first date mentioned in each paragraph, and arrive at and leave other stations an "indicated.- . ': - -A mail from London is made uptfor tradnsmission via Marseilles, six days after tile 'sideaiers leave Southampton, which arrives at Alexandria one day after the Southampton mail. The dates' for the transmission of the mails from London, via Mar soilles, occurring on Sundays in March and Novem ber, the .mails will be despatched on the following days, and arrive at Alexandria two days after the Southampton mail. The estimated time for the transit through Egypt of the Marseilles mail is twenty-four hours, and of the Southampton mail forty-eight hours. Aprl 2....,.17 2 27 ay ......... 13 no 2.........4 no ':: 1. 1 2 " TJuly" 3.....f.. ,13 n i28 Ay, ...4 Juley 12 .. 0- 71271 25 27 A ogust 2 ... i2 27 ept. ...... Jt d2 ... T0eAonty 02oi......pth or Oct.2. 172122...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
P: PAl LIA IiN'LARY. TnHURSDAYAPtIL 12Tte. Tue Co?n?l met this day, but no business was done -sauv tthe'eception and order for printing of: two messages from the Governor General-- . In re ference to the expenditoue of public moneys without the sanction of the Council, antd the other as to the ilfairs of.New Zealntd and the despatch of troops. The House adjournea to Wednesday next, on the maiotio of the ArTORNE?-GENERAL, as a token of respect to the memory of the late Sir Thomas Brisbane, formerly. Governor of New South Wales and its dependencies.
(From our files per 'Benares.') [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
(From our files per ' Benares') The next series of public wool sales in London will commence on the 1st of March. The imports since the close of the last sales, together with the stock then remaiining unsold, con lsted of 230.944 bales. Sy. sney ..................... 8 bales. Port Phillip ...................... 7254 .Tasoania ................... ....... 55 South Australia .................. 1704 Cape ............................. 1094 SSwan River ....................;.. 42 ---New Zealand ....................... 1287 Cosiaidering. the :active state of trade in the northern markets, a better demand for wools had been anticipated, but political and .home affairs have led'to caution. and all parties prefer hand-to-mouth operations to entering into any transactions of a speculative charater. - The discussion on the Budget, which, with good, has many objectionable features, has been tro duotive of great circumspection, and but -little busi .ness is expected here till our next sales, which...
FRIDAY—APRIL 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
T RnDAY--APRIL 13TH. The Assembly met at half past three o'clock. The SPEAKEll read letters fr mn Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Cape, resigning their seats respectively for East Macquariue nod Wollombi. On the motion of Mr. RoaBTaCeo these seats were declared vacant. Mr..\V WEEE laid on the table the report and evi dence of the .Board of Inquiry appointed to inquire into certain charges made by the Collector of Customs against privateopersons engaged in trade. QUE?TIONB. ' ' • In answer to questionn, Ministers stated that the abattoir. at Glebe Islatid are expected to be ready for use about the begiuning of Jhate next, and that as soon as practicublo thereafter the prodlatnation requiring ithe removal of the slaughtering establilh meots from the city, would be issued;-that a com plate return relative to the sewerage debentures had nut yet been received;-thit a fresh prioclaantion providing'for the-Mudgee Municipal elections veould be.issoied.irt .thib ciirse of next weetk;--Tht' the 'Executiv...
BURROWA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
BURROWA RACES. The annual races at Burrows on Tuesday and Wednesday last were a great affair. All the most influential gentlemen in the district attended on the paying night. The weather was fine, and the attendance very good. Mr. Broughton seemed to be one of the leaders of the sports, and although losing two races and only winning a trifling stake, he, with laudable generosity, handed over £20 to the stew ards for the next annual races. Amongst tile com ony I noticed the patriarch of the district, E. Ryan, q., of Galong, Mr. Besnard, and Mr. W. Campbell, who nbly officiated as judge. I must also notice Mr. Gibbons, who acted as secretary and treasurer to the satisfaction of all concerned. The police deserve great praise for the order that was kept throughout the races. In the evening of Wednesday the com pany met at Mr. Hurley's Royal Hotel to ? settle," when an excellent spread was provided at this well conducted establishment. There were plenty of good speeches and songs, &a...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLICANS' ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
PUBLICANS' ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. THE meeting for the purpose of considering the ap plications for publicans' licenses was held yesterday'. Piesent:-The Police Magistrate, WV. P. Faithfull. Esq., W. Hi. Hovell, Esq., A. Turner. Esq., and James Giles, Esq., J.P.'s. There were six applica' tions for new houses, most bofwhich were granted. John Armstrong, Victoria Ien, Bungonia granted. Moses Baird, Bridge Hotel, Auburn-street, Goul burn-granted. William' :arry. Harrow Inn, Towrang--granted. Philip Cahill, Yass and Collector Inn,junction of the Yass and Collector roads-granted. Edws.rd Carrigan, White Horse Inn, Wingello granted. Elica Champion, Hope Inn. Bungonia-granted. Thomas Clancey, Golden Fleece, Inveralochy granted. Lazarus Cohen, Commercial Hotel, Sloane-street, Golhburn- granted. Joseph Cramp, Binds Hotel, Binds. Tile granting rf a license to this house was ob jected to by the chief constable on the ground that, although the house had been licensed for a short tirrme alrea...
COUNTRY NEWS. BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. IIURROWA. From a Correepondent.) APPREHENSION OF A SUPPOSED nURDEREnR. Patrick Whelan was apprehended by district con. stable Dillon on suspicion of having committed a murder at Laceby, near Wangaartta. The bench thought there was suflicient evidence as to the iden tity of the prisoner, and he was ordered to be for warded to Woangartta. TIE COURT-HOUSE AND LOCK-UP.-Since I wrote obout the disgraceful state of the lock-up and court house at Binalong, I have seen a letter from the Government giving instructions to have them at once put in good repair. The new.court.house hero only requires the roof to be completed. 1POLtCE.-There is another constable much wanted here-in fact I think the police requirements of the various districts of the interior should be all re modelled. TIIE BUCKIetnIInat FAMILY are performing to crowded houses, giving, as they always do, univdr. oal satisfaction. They are engaged"toattvnd at Binalong raoos. Tn. WEATHRn.-Jack Frost has miads his appea...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, February 18, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
LATER EUROPEAN NEWES.. LONDON, -February 18, 1860..i (From an occasional Correspondent.) THnE interest of the past month has been concen-. trated in a very few topics, of which the opening of parliament, and MIr. Gladstone's budget are the chief for us English. On Friday, the 10th, thoe prospoct of-the -nation -for -the- coming year were duly-e'; plained in an elaborate four-hours' oration, the main gist of which was that .our_oxpenses for the next twelve months are to reach the modest ~rm of £70,000,000; and that to meet thi it ivill boe.neces sary to pay a toopenny income trax. A now tariff is proposed, the main principle of which is that of di*. rect versus indirect taxation. It isn proposed "to remit the duties on most of- the articles now-taxed, including wmnes and paper, and hops, &c., and several articles of domestic consumption. A. deficit is thus created beyond the ordinary deficit' that would otherwise occur. The boldness and comprohensive ness of the whole scheme ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
To OO~flBlPONDENT;.`2 Otherorsdetee it ,rurs toerrTtm eeC the Irttfr*faro r-ý qursee to be betl- Very lengthy, ltters we ridor .b leeeer*L ..e CAXICtCDAR. Seen of Mon' Diyro(theWor. Mnth un I e9uacrt U~e; WlBD Y9SUAttY..··. AeIl1 b 10 29 C.'0 23 THOR SOAT........ .. 19 0,o t .'u 20 e ?RIedXD1Y .............. 20 .0 29 90 fte
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
THEE BEE-HIVE. `NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S'IMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the ,S premises lately occupied by them in Aubitrn street.to their new premises 'Opposite the Market-sqtiare, :AUBURN-STrtELT. 4049. S.K.IN NER AND C0O. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla , Ginger-Beer, and - .All kinds of Cordials. " .RDERS bypost, or otbherwise,Irmmediately at '. tended'to. 'IANUFACTORY, VERNER-STfREEt, .. ;.early opposite Catholio Chapel, Goulbirn. .ool?IA. B1NJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Ceoma and B the surrounding district that he has taken out an AUCTIONEERt'S LICENSE, and intends hold ing regular Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell any, goods entrusted to his charge. ,Commission strictly moderate, '400oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (eeccnsson Too' ant:ND AND imNosuia,) 115, .York-street, Sydney, CTOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer . of English and American agricultural imple inenti,'steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. Agent'for 'uatford and Sons, Ransome an...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
Tais case of the enormous pecuniary allow ance recently voted to Sir Allied Stephen d...urg his absence on leave, is deserving of some consideration. The learned chief-justice fortunately be longs to that class of society who are exempt from the operation of all orrinary rules. When workmen, clerks, 'dr servants are em ployed, it is considered .auficient to pay them for the work they perform, nmd for the period during which their engagement may last. The government of the country seem to re ghrd this-a-rrangement as a sufaficiently good and just one to be- acted on in the case of such small fry as police:maigistrates, clerks, and . the great majority of their employes, whose salaries, by the way, are not of that colossal nnagaiitude thiat Will allow of their manking provision.out of them for old ago. But the case is altered when we come to the very high -functionaries. These men are paid at a rate, which, to say the least of it, is quite a suffi cient remuneration for the work they ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
CU.GLNiUAL EX771,1A 0S. Rsonnnv.--On Tuesday last, a miner naned Tollard, was camped midway between Yaraogobilly and the Big Hill, on his journey down-to the Reef; about seven o'clock in the evening, whilst lighting his fire, and proceed i ng to omake himself comfortable, he weas ac costed by four men, with blackened faces, and armed with revolvers, who, in very polite phraseology, told him to shell out-a remon strance that he ventured upon the score that he was a poor man, was of little avail-for one standing over him with his weapon, two proceeded by force to search him, taking one ten, one five-pound note, four sovereigns, and about twenty shillings worth of gold-dust. Having cleared him out, they coolly caught his horse that was just turned out, replaced his saddle and swag upon its back, and set off on their journey, leaving him in a far from comfortable frame of mind, and particularly charitable to those parties who appear to think so few policemen needed to aflbrd protection ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 April 1860
MARRIED, On the 14th Instant, at Gundaroo, by the Rev. P. G. Smith, CHARLES HENRY, youngest son of the late William Staniforth, of Sheffield, and Mrs. Staniforth, now of Barratta, Edward River, to MARY, eldest daughter of the late G. Podmore, Esq., of Woolford, Essex, and Mrs. Podmore, of Barnsdale, Gundaroo. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1860.
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. From our files, per the ' Benares,' we ox tract the following: ENGLAND. T'he Rev. Charles Nourse Wodehouseo, Canon of Norwich Cathedral, Rector of St. Margaret's, King's Lynn, and Chaplnin to the Bishop of Norwich, has, on deliberate and maiured consideration, resigned the valnable preferments in the Church which he has held all his life, ecanse lie can no longer acquiesco in that way of interpreting the lan guage of certain parts of the Prayer-boolk which enables thousands of clergymen holding doctrinal opinions like his own to subscribe to whit lie regards as semi-popish formularies. Cation WVotelouso's objections relate to the damnatory pnssnges contained in the Athanasian Crued; and to the Form of Abso lution in the Viaitation of the Sick, the words used at the Imposition of hands in the Ordi nation of Priests, and the corresponding form in the Consecratiom of Bishops. A public meeting, convened ny the Nationlm Lord's Day Rest Associntion, was held, on Jan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860
Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at tbhe Goulburn Hotel. 5235 *Wanted, ,,, A MAN to plough and make hiaselfgenerally usao ful on a larm. Apply to W. SItONS, 5290 Butocher, Goulburn. Wanted, ? BEIPHERDS to take charge of a Station; PLOUGHMEN,and a Ma ried Couple for House Work. Apply to .Mr. BRIADY, Vrncer-stroet. 5314 Disengaged, A USEFUL NEEDLEWOMAN, Address iD.P. SHerald' )lfleo. 5330 Wanted, USHMEN to put up SIX MILES of LOG PENCE. Apply to THOMAS WOORE,. 5285 Pomoroy. Wanted, Y a lady, a osituation as GOVERNESS, where the children are young, to instruct in English and Musio. Address, G. O., ' Herald' office, Goulburn. 5352 Notice. ALL ACCOUNTS to the Ist January, unsottled, will be sued for in the next District Court, unless paid by the Ist May next. JOSEPH BULL, 5to7 t Commercial Store, Goulburo. Notice. AST YEAR'S ACCOUNTS, duo to the under signed, yet unpaid, will be sued fur in the next Disatritd? Couart, ohless paid by the Ist May next. 5 .3t ROBT. F. BLATCHFORD. . Church of Engl...