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FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

FASHIONS FOn FElBRUARY. C(From Le Follet.) "AT this season of the year we are sure that a Slengthened description of rresses soitable for ball and evening toilette will be useful to our readers. S"Some of them, from the lightness of the material and : the combination of flowers; tulle, &e., may.almost be " balled fairy like. One wewill describe. It was coin .posed of white tulle buillonno. At the lower part of the skirt it, had three slirts of 'dlniblo tulle, each causht up by ribboits of wliite tsffetus, embroideied with bouquets of flolwers, producing a fresh and charming effect. Nine bouquets of flowers were placed at the end of these ribbons, no ctwo alike. The body was in the same style as the skirt. Upon each shoulder a bouquet of flowers formed an epaulette. Anotlser was also made of white tulle, wiltheleven small flounces, bordered with a purple ribbon, em broidered in gold. At each breadth the flounces were put on in festoons. Over this was placed a white crape skir...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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GENERAL SIR THOMAS MACDOUGALL BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

GENERAL SIR THOMAS MACDOiUGALL BRISBANE. (From the. Home Ne o)n.) . , Tate distinguished .soldier and- astronomer'died at his seat near Largs, (a village in Ayrshiie,' on the Olyde), on January 27, full ofyears: asyd honours. Sir Thomas was borne in the same house in which he died,on the 23rd of July, 1773, and was lhua in his eighty-seventh year. His ancestors were the Brisbanes of Bishopton, who -lheld:during tile four teenth century a large tract of land on tile Clyde, extending.from Erskine Ferry to Large. Qune ofl his ancestors, William Brisbane, according to Hailes, "held the ollice of Chancellor of the kingdom of Scotland in 1332." Sir Thomas entered the army as an ensign iu the 388tcInfantry in 1789,and was at his death tice oldest oflicer in the service, having held his commission for the long period of seventy-one years. In the following year hejoined thle 38th in Ireland, where hIe formed an intimate acquaintance with the future Duke of Wellington, then a lieu tenant in a...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

AUCTIONEERS' R?IPORTS 1oessra P. DIooao aoo CO. oopoot:--took.--Our sale of horses on Wednesday was woll attended, and more satltlototry prloest "re realtoed than have ruled lately. Since our last wo hlvo sold 20 toad. Ono lotft unhbrokon coltl averoged £10; nuother lot of 8 mares onld llos averaged £0 2Or. ad.;ohoad of broken-in hloreas realtrd from £0 toa to £10 10?.;- pigs, £0o. calwh;cort,£00; droy,£10100. Produoooandmcrehao-o dioo.--No ohanges to note. 0. FuLL.otoa (suncessor to 01. Grelg), reports:-Fat Stock. None to hand during tile eeoh; a drai or two,, ifpoiaoo woould meat waitho a moaret. Soild on Tfiursday 10 bead cows and calves, at from 700. to D00. poe hcada odr price considering tio oaws were in oery poor condition. Ilorslo--a good dcmant foe etrong rough hoerost hlorses; tho marhet s.glutlted with light and inferior stock, for wahichl there is litle or no sale. oalaO head during the woeek. Siorlng cart £22; bullocki driy, £008; horse droy £04. l'roducc.--iNo ilteaoti...

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COMMERCIAL. HERALD Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

COMMJIERCIJAL. SIERdtLd O1ie. , Friday eening. uIleatss muchr the same as In our lat report. lButter andeleese a shande lowe.. e tat. ales, Al20 ndnr, and Co. report the puanlne of ac ton of tie latter. A large qnanitty aof lald In emal qOantitli6 aas p5?ed througi the h2nds oa tile saore.eepers. lage quantities of goods ctiue ito Ie ROlnt t IsludrnR and RuaOita, nlthough the taupply itt somerlenat chccet by tie nwa of the anow habing coammenced failing. OOaULBDUN. -£ .d. £ s.d. Finelnour, per ton ......... 30 0 0 to 0 0 0 Secunse ditto, ditto ......... 28 0 0 0 0 Wheatl perbushel ......... -0O O 0 0 0.6 Pollard and tBran, ditto ... 0 2 0 0 -0 0 Oats, ditto ....0.......".. 0 5 0 0 6 0 Barley,ditto .........0...... :O 6 0· 5 Maize, ditto nnwe ......... : 06 0 ... 0 6 0 Hay,per ton .................. 8,. 0 :-. 0 6 00 Pi'eatoes, ditto ...4........... 4O 0 . 1 0 Biaton, per tb. . . 0: 8. .0n. de0. 0 Bread, per2b loaf......... 0 0 8 -. 0, 0 Ulheese, ditto, pleantital ....d0 ,' 0 . 0 0. 0...

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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

:::71 · i? ': ? : -.: • :itoni o lii 0ws cofuinhioNg?. . " ?: :'.' hod~ula, 4 p.tm. O. 3IiCELLA).ELO 8 -. The maill for Elinglood- lion bein moat vexatislyna 'd?tindd. : Thle Einiiu w's.I'is ruII (lro.by.the Ieoiner '.\Villindis' on i[utf iligiht, alid on tryiln'to, .eg oun urit " ?enext day; it woas found thIat ler'rudder : wais: broken ?-i|o t0oerelfre, had-? .etilortn uitd the nc: :nesary. r'paors will coertinly eocupy mori than ai wieKl. e''ll blamo inat p~esol re??.oun Cplliuhn .Cht 'fil;l.' of' thei' Wilili'?olns,' i \o wo iln the' wriig side o f- the hlarbour, but utn -iqcuiry istii beL ilastitoted. :. he coronleof';ln lon t- cocnded;ii inquent on thU hboldy tofa lirs. .~hlor,lrtilorrirled asnoliu. ltiel) re .sifing at the INoroen foori To 'ifiel one00 1 of ccin .sidfrblo i suniittilon hllreon.;ooiiii f ft ilfllh-nol, inll wo oiiitolp01 o oifohorwaif portl by( liar boofaont tuiJ. e loIor ro~;ino~ooi i llowr iv bot nitO voiniied oh's li:e:nin r ioiu:,llontl a hsoequnliifly, rw...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

STUENA. (From our own Correpondent.) : - In my last communication I;ementioned the capture of the Chinumen vwho robbed Mr. BiMgg's stores, and the recovery of the stolen property. It appears they •wdre secured to a log or post in a round tent at the coziihilssioner's camp, and managed to eludd the vigilauLc'ot. thie irouper who had them in charge, and effect their escape, and up to the present time have not-been retaken. Ai.drews, the trooper, has, .hlear, been dismissed. SAn .accident, attended with fatal consequences, o'ccuriredon Monday last to a man named Patrick SInittis at ti place called the Island, on the Aber crombie river. Tile deceased was conveying two buckets of earth from his claim noaross a ditch about ftorteen leet deep, when tileo bhalk coave way, burying him beneath thie earth. Altlhsogh immediate at tempts were made to extricate the unortusate lantls, they were without avail, as the body was not got out until Tuesday, whene, in the absence of a moags trate, an eaq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

NEW BOOKS. rjIWO CASES, ex 'ALFRED,' just unpacked S The following are selected promiscuously: Thomson' Dictionary of Medicine and Surgery, 10s.; post free, Ils. 6d. Night and Morning Watches, in one, 2n. 6d.; post free, 2,.9d. D'Aubigne's RIeformation (Blachioe's edition), 10s. 6d.; post free, 12s. Brewer's Guide to Science, 4s. Gd.; post free, 5s. -- English History, 4s.; post free, 4a 6d. - Roman lHistory, 4s. Gd.; post free, 5s. Mann's Guide to the Heavens, 4s. 6d.; post free, 5e. - Valentine MoClutchy, 7s. 6d., post free, 8s. 6d. Doyle's Domestic Poultry, 7s. ; post free, 8a. Barnes' Notes (Cumming's edition), cumplete, 11 double vols., £2 15s.; post free, £3 6s. Shaksperc's )Dramatic Works, o10s. d. ; post free, 12s. 6d. Jane Eyro, Shirley, Villette, and Wuthering Heights by Currer end Acton Bell, 3s. 6d. euach; posnt free, 4s. 3d. Francis's Chelnmical Experiments, 8s.; post free, ons. Pollok's Course of Tinmeo, los.; post free, lie. Warren's Ten Thousand a Year, 2 vols., 12s....

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

WoDNESDAY-APe t; is. Trri procerdigi., in. the Legislative Coueniei: wero orf nto pertioalar inLerest. 'In tile Assembly letters were read:from George D. Etllg q t q t. 2c.d , 1.,?. Sayers,.: Esq, rcistlneg tiheir rast, rapeeteivly, fei theLtu t Tu or d for ?ti, LUInerd s.: : . •In eeswer to o. quest.on, it was ?fated by MIr. lHosasos. , thaLt tre expedienuy of tilling up the apdtititttnt enl o- Sulieitor-Generrlt.'was under.e con aoiderration by' the Govertnmeelt, and inrthe.mearn time tihe duties of Solicihor-General--eo :far as the Ahsemblytis concerned-would bs.performed by the premirer. . .: TH"IIE GOUlBURN lAIL. " :.. ', .In answer to Mr.. Astiit,' ir. "V?EKe -stated "ttli the atrolnrtii?hlrf the irspeettr' Geeirla'i"f Policb li d beeor' driawri tothe frot t:f .tl ofe paiuengers atd gold es?urg ctrtyeyd by the Gouiburh mail coach llavirtg betn ce e hpIlld' td'o wvdlkhin bid'parts oe tele ruead, teauv'isg legset'idtbut e u,'jir6ciL;sed: :Me iszres thid burl tuJ?ot t?ji'jjlitene...

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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

COUNTIIY NEWIS. QUEANBEYAN. (From our omn Correaposdenoml.) PunLTCANs' LICENSING MIEETING.-Tuesday last was thie day fur granting publicans' licenses. The magistrates present on the occasion we.e C. E. New combe, Esq., P.M., W. F. Hayley, Esq., and A. Cunningham, Esq. The ifllowing licenses were granted, viz.: Marlin Byrne, Byrne's Hotel, corner of Crawford and Mlonaro-streets, Queanbeyan. Mary Anne Doyle, Queaubeyan Inn, Crawford street, Queanbeyan. Catherine Breen, Harp Inn, Macquoid:street, Queanbeyan. William Hunt, Elmsall Inn, Trinculo-plaee. Queanbeyan. George Hunt, Shamrocl, Rose, and Thistle, Mac quoid-streert, Queanbeyan. * Thrloans Royal, Queen Victoria Ioun, Macquoid street, Quelnbeoyan. William Lee, St. Patrick's Inn, Crawford-street, Queahbeyan. John Nelson Woodman, Odd-Fellows' Arms, Mo naro-street, Quennbeyan. Patrick Carroll, Harp Inn, Bungendore. Soliomon Moses, Ueehive Hotel, Bungendore. George Sparrow, Hibernian Hotel, 'ell Timber, Bungendsre-roa,. Robert Clarke, ...

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SPAIN AND MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

SPAIN AND MIOROCCO. The Spaniards have captured Tetuan, and Madrid is in ecstacies. Pursuing. the safe line of action which he initiated at Cesta nearly three months ago, Marshal O'Donnell secured his communications with the sea on his arrival in firont of Tetuan. His army, weakened by the loss of 10,000 men, was reinforced by a fresh division, and the Spanish navy brought him provisionsa, stores, and a siege train. The MIoorish camp lay over against Tetuan. There were but comparatively few Moors withlin it, bhlut the brother of the emperor was there to conmmand. On the 4th of February, all his preparations completed, O'Donnell at tacked the camp, and powerfully aided by ar tillery, drove out the Moors, with a loss to himself of some 000 men. The effect of this victory was the surrender of Tetuan. 'I'lThusn, in little short of three months, the Spaniards hlavo fortified the approaches of Cesta, marched fi'om that place to Tetuan, and lost nearly a third of the army landed in Afiica....

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

* pEk1Lr EL1C'\GOTBt1LEOKLAVLI.J . '. * *'rUasDaY--Pa1UIL ·19. *. ..;·- . U~ ·n the :Aqs~;n~itu1 I~i;-govedrouionltn ndo. goodd Paigr.~b; o Wich~he OoLi~iWcO. ' .~ i

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THE ENGLISH BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

TIHE ENGLISH BUDGET. The Chnncellorof the Exchequer, the iron. W, Es GLADuTONE. (Feb. 10] made his financial statement. After some prelimninary remarks upon the circum, stances which attracted public attention, ospecially-. to the statement of the present year, as all important epoch in our flounces, he proceeded to show the results of the finance of the last year, observing that circumstances had occurred during the latter por tiln whlich would mlterially atreet theso results namely, the expedition tto China, and the arrange ments incident to our commercial treaty with France. I-le should first,he said, state the account apart from those cisturbing causes, and how, when tlhese causes came into action, the account was likely to stand. 'The total amount of the revenue for thle year had been estimated at £69.460,000, and would give £7a,.578,000. The total charge of this year, estimated at £69,270,000, was only £68,953,000, which would have left a surplus income at the end of the year ...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

ITALYi The English government has taken the initiative in a proposal for settling the Italian question. The proposal was explained by Lord John Russell, in the House of Com mons, on February 7. It may be stated under six heads: i. That Austria and France shall not interfere, by force, in the Italian peninsula, without the consent of the five great powers. 2. That at a convenient time, and with proper precautions, tile French troops withdraw from Lom hardy and Rome. 3. That no question of interfering in the internal government of Venetia shall now be mooted. 4. That the King of Sardinia shall not send any troops into Central Italy until after 5. The provinces of Central Italy shall takte a new vote, whether they will bhe annexed to Sardinia, [Fcr restore their late rulers?] 6. That if they choose annexation, the King of Sardinia be free to iatrodtucn troops. The government of the Emperor Napoleon at once replied fiankly with regard to its own opinion upon this proposal, and also unde...

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

P.Mu., Ilrbcai b~pujnLudb' · by.: C uvernur.CicuciriI Ltu givu uousuULa.?. uv~l ugrilb~D.tfiuuru, wirija thui diuttict of Gunudgat.`

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give insertion to all temp rately and intelligibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

CORIJESP' OND ENCE. LMWo aro srnuWhlt our eollnno should f, regarded opom to all pfw ir, und welarI e i oue fhrormellfl to glveflrerlon to all tflcp, fately aed Inlfllfllflo y writter letbn-r on lubjoel of ..|oolllo Ilff5, sr c Ivell thuugltthe opiniono o dvofloedo lued be cdlaoeorl ffally oppofll to our owou. ' To ite Editor of the Goulburn Herald. " Mr. ELToft--Will yoo tiaidly niare ma room for a fecW liueo, so I :eel it duoe to myoelf to ex'ploifI tlio facts (so far as I know them) of tile unfortuata oafe which drew forth the complaint of thie ochiet eonsta ble, and the remarks of ife bench thereon, as reported in the IHlerald' of yesterday, under tihe head of applications for licenses; for 1 do not think that either gineralllly, or in the particular instance there alluded to. I am chargeable with inhumanity. * Mr. Costigan, travelling from Abercromible, found a man, who I1 have ascorlainfed was on his way to Goulbour hospital, lying by thie road sidelo i a dying state Mr; Coust...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

SCOTLAND. The 'Scotsman' of January 10, contains an ample report of the proceedings at an extra ordinuey meeting of the cdmmission of the 'enerl1 aLssembly of the Free Church on the Cardross case. The meeting agirced to cornm pily with the order of the civil court, and pro duce the sentences of the general assembly on Mr. M'Mlillaa. The spirit ofopposition to the interference of the civil court is as strong as sver. VTo read in the 'Edinblurgh Courant:- One permanent result of the celebration of' the Burns Centenary last year was the collection ofan Ayr fund to the Missos Begg, the nieces of the poet. The amount of the subscriptions in their behalf (which include contributions from almo4t every part of the world), was up wards of £1100. The committee of sub sccribers have acquired flu each of tihe Misses Begg an annuity of £20, absorbing £517 4s. 4d.; the remainder of the money being lodged in the Bank for their behoof until an eligible investment is found for it. An enthusiastic me...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

LOCAL iVTLLICGEVna. PoLIcn.-Yesterday, before the .Polico Magistrate and W. H Ilovell,Esq., J.P.-r-Pilip Cahill appeared ianswer to snmmons clharnging him with non-pay ment of wages to Charles I.indsey. Complainant, on being sworn, stated tlhat lhe claimd £31 8s., for removing 314 stumps on the Yass road, at 2s.'each. 'nceording to agreement-less .£ drawn in cash, and £8 more in rations-in all £17 8s. Defendant wi~ an under-contractor to Mr. Johnson,. and refused payment, alleging in justifclation that only 220 stlsmps were removed, or whicllh. he was willing to pay. Williamtn'ichael Terry, who was mate with Lindsey in the work. deposed to the numhnler of slnumps which he counted hinivelf, 314; counted every lay the work done, and made a memorandum of the a.nme every night. Thomas Seton, a worikman of Mr. Johnson's, deposed to seeing some of thie trees in question burnt'by travellers, who made their fire: with them to boil their pots. For the defence, Mr. Johnson was called, and dep...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

M OBS~SPONDE(TS Oao ~6no t.r 'to ooom O tofnri tlon oif lhir Elt , e' anrt m qoou.ie to to totoL- otr7 Leothy:etllot atan rohom bo -- ."c . . ! "D. " Prro t.foo. f lo o ,I..o? , , ' SAXTURD.AY," ... .. .ffofrttf 0.:1 tA 0 J r . . . . 2 ' 'ft '. , " | : faf~'Uti.Y .............. .. ftf 0. 10 f f0 2 TUSDY,.,....·. I ~. 080 bOO n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

TPE BEE-EHIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. S EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the I premises lately occupied by them in Auburn atreet to their new premises. Opposite the Mlarket-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 SKINNER AND CO. Soda Water * ,* 'Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and .>' ": All kinds of Cordials. ORDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately at tended-to. " . - IMANUEACTORY, VERNER-STRE~T, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COOlVIA. 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. 400oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (sncoBsso TO1rO.anLAND ? nBIMOanA,) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of English and American agricultural imple ments, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. Agent for Tuxford and Sons, Ransome and Sims, *Ho...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860

I.v a colonv, like New Snputi .Walel ; having I'iw nilvigiable riivers, d arid hvliet, from the lsptrseness of the poplialtion iand the'vide ex tent tlit lias to be traversed, a?.j~wvork of ailways cann searcely be -hopedi. Ter 'or a centrity to come, the science otLrondc-making oiught to bei rtore studwa asnit*Fbotiglft to a higher stat f perfeoti·foid ditsai'in counttriee morn favnoured by nature, 9p ;in which" the opulantion is uffialenltly dense, andi thetii'eiini irJdge enoduhg'to admit of i':rwiiwa oommunica tion :briM' d cerried out .tod an' sxtent comr mennrisate to the wanns of the people'. 'bus thlier' oughti to b no hliit to the excellence of our hlinsa of tihffic, save that iinjiosed by, the state of- notr revenue--.i. proportion" to the amount expended and to the price-of labouir, our. roads oiighit really .to'be better than those of Griet B3riain or .Ametiic, anfid'every far thing spent ought to be laid out, not only with a strict regard to economy, but .with a perfect...

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