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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 April 1860
131TBII.Il At'VWesley. Vial.- on thle lOth -nstant, at-the residence of her son-in-law,Mr. Jamms Brown, the wifu r Mr. OGolion SnmTn,of Gundnroo,'bf twin On Satlrday, 14th Instant, Mrs .T. WiLLIAIs, of a daughlter. , e "t&lt; * .: DIED,' '. - '" ..... On tio 20th instant, LucY S,*sn, aged s years and'3 :iqntlis,.pnly daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. Bajsen, ,ofrAuburnisjrepot. .. S s4TU..S RDAY, APRIL'2, i860. 8 .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
English Newspapers by the 'Benares,' TUST RECEIVED, and on sale at the Herald SBook M?art. FaERE INSURANCE. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY, Oflice : Corner of Pitt and IIunter Streets, Sydney Incorporated by Act of Council, 18 Vict., 1855. Subscribed Capital, £250,000. DIRECTORS : S. D. Gonoes, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman. ltInta nD JONES, Esq., M.L.A., Deputy Chairman. T. C. BREILLAT, Esq. Ml. . E. MUon, Esq. Jonists FAFAx, Esq. TuoeAts HOrT, Esq. Surveyor-JASEs HUonM, Esq. Secretary-Mr. JosEPi DYnIE. T ITIIIN the last four years this company has Y paid for losses by fire thg.sum of £15,508 5s. The dircectors would point out the public advantages derived from the establishment of this truly colonial institution. The rates of premium on fire insurance lave been reduced 75 per cent. below the rates charged by the English companies some lew years back-and they are now as low as those charged by the English companies established here. Theliability of a large body of wealthy shareholders is unlimi...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
lUISCGELLA INEO US. TnounLNs ON Tn r BI3ORDen.-Our contem porary the 'Southern Courier, ' has called at tention to the very unsatisflictory state in which the law stands on both banks of the Murray. " Victoria is separated from New South Wales by the River Murray, over which there is a bridge, besides pints and boatsinnumerable, so that to pass from one territory to the other is as easy as going along the highway ; and yet each territory (although it was but the other day that the two were combined under one government) has its distinct laws and a separate legal iurisdiction. The practical inconvenience of this is exhibited every day, even in such small townships as Echuca and Moama. For instance, a gross breach of the law is cpmmitted; the constable, not a hundred yards off, is sent for ; but, immediately that is known, off goes the delinquent over the bridge, and defies the constable, because the River Murray is as a great gulf between them; for although the magistrates of New Sou...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
COMMIERCIAL. LUnleta otherwise exprerecd, the prices quoted In this article are those In transactions between the producer and the first pur chatsr; not as bstwcen one dealer and mother, much lees Utheo retail prices] .Yas.--Wheat, per bushel s. id. to e.; One flour,per ton, £03t eeeonds, ditto, £31; bran, per buihel, le.. d. matzo, Ce.; ont , Os. to ai.; bay, per toe, £7 to Xe 1Os.; barley, 4s; to 5s; fresh butter, Is. 3d.; salt ditto, Is. per lb.; cheese, wanted; bacon, wrated; eggs, per doren, lsi. d. to Is. fid; potatoes,. peor-r; Os. to 7e.; dred.idder , each, OI. to 7s. Oi.; green ditto, Ge. to 10s.; bread, per nib. loafd, d.; beef, per lb.. 3d. to i4.; mutton; Id.;' veal, 5d. ; pork, th . to d.; st cattle, £ to fe t toe;;. athlcep, 10a to 18hc. , r, atn?oreoon.-Flne lour, per ton £83 to £33; wheat, per bushel, Ot. to O,. td.; bran, ?s.;.ote, 7s. to 8sa; atze, 7e. id. tos. Od,; hay, £0 to f10; potatoes, o8 to £ perton; freah butter, er Ich.,.ls. d. to Is. ed. aisalt ditto, Is....
ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
ABERCROMBIE. (From our own Corrcspondent.) Rocky Bridge and Piosely's Flat are now deserted by the celestials; the new rush to Costigan's ground, and higher up the river, being their present locale. On Sunday night, previous to their do parture on the Monday morning, John deemed it necessary to enter Mr. Me Guire's store and remove the cashtbox, containing £23 in gold and notes. As we have no post-office nor protection of any sort here, the proprietors had to pocket the affront and hope to fall in with the cash-box in their next shift, following John up with his sardines and dates. Everything is dull at present, and in consequence of the great hurry John is in shifting, he seems to for get his small rice score, much to the annoyance of the storekeepers.
THE ALPACAS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
TIHE ALPACAS. We have given in our recent monthly sum marine particulars of the progress of the flock 'of alpacs, llanuas, and vicunas, introduced flromn South America by Mr. Charles Ledger, andl purchased of him 'by thi government of this colony twelve months ago. Soon after their arrival the floock were removed to the neighbourhood of Liverpool, about twenty miles friom Sydney, where they remained .several months. Mlr. Ledger having, on his return from a tour of inspection of the south ern distriots, recommended a reserve near Nimity Belle, in the Maneroo district, as the best suited for the location of the flock, the government directed Mr. Ledger to remove them thither. Tl e journey was undertaken in easy stages, with a view to ensurine the safety of the lambs that were dropped on the roadl, the animals being detained several days where good pasturage could be obtained. On arriving at the Arthursleigh station, belong ing to Mr. Thomas IIolt, Mr. Ledger repre sented to the govern...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Goulburn Hotel. 5235 Wanted, SHEPHERDS to take charge of a Stion; PLOUGIIMEN, and a Married Couple for House Work. Apply to Mr. BRADY, Verner-street. 5314 Church of England, Tuena. DIVINE SERVICE will be celebrated (D.V.) at Mr. Bright's Inn. TUENA, by Rev. T. KEsitins, on SUNDAY, 29th instant, at 11 am., and 3, p.m. 5343 Goulburn School of Arts and Mechanics' Institute. CONVERSAZIONE will be held at the Me chanics' Institute, on Monday evening next, April 30. SUenJEc:- The Geology of the Goulburn District. The subject will be introduced by Mr. UW. KEENE, Government Examiner of Coal-fields, who will give the results of practical geological examina tions recently made by him in this district. Admission:-lMembers, free; non-members, Is. each. To commence at half-past seven. A. ELLIS, lion. Sec. April 24, 1860.. : 5374 Board and Lodging CAN be obtained at Mr. G. C. WELCH'S,:Grcig's Cottage, opposite Mi. Baird'a public-house, Au burn-street, Goulburn, A...
SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
S )DNVEYI' i [FROM.,Oul tOWN" COitRESPONDENT. . - SMonday, 4 p.m. Tui: report of l?r. 'arltes's commiittee to inquire into the cinditimi of the working.classes, has beeii brought up. It contanins very little of a pIractical character, though the committee wiasmoved for with a great flourish of trumpets. ' We aire told that the poorer classes are far from what'they ouight to be. lthe amnount of unnecessary evidence in proof of this fact is overwhelming.' We learn that the working' classes of Sydney are (of-course) " a credit to. the country;" and it is suggested that the government shouldl find some means of einploying theounem ployed. By way, of a hint; it is thrown out in'siroff hand sort of way. that suell of thososaid unemployed who may happen to be builders, might he' employed in the construction of1 a" model group of' labourers' cotiagesl Very sound, and practical, all this:' The' Empire ' savs the'electoratesiiow vncafit,.or for which the wsrits have not yet been. returned, hr...
COUNTRY NEWS. BINALONG RACES. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
COUN.TRY NEW'S. BINALONG RACES. (Front our own Correespondent.) TnE Binalong races took place on Wednesday, the 18tlih'and Thursday, the 19th instannt. On the first day the weather was showery all day. On the second clay the weather was very fine, and many visitors from Yass were in attndtlance The decisions of the judge, Mr. Beckham, gave universal satisfaction. The following is the account of the running: FlaST DAY-WEI)NESDAY. TiE MAIDEN PLATE of £20, for all horses that hirve never won an advertised prize; heats, once round the course. ler. J. Kean's b.m. Lunelle, aged........................... 1 1 re. .. I oarry'a b.g. Playboy,0 y rd. ................. . 2 2 Itr. J. Kcuuedy'a ch.g. Style, oage ....................;,. 3.' 9 . This was a well contested race. Tsa. Tow~ PLATE of £20, for.all liorses; heats, twice round the course. tr. ... urcell'ca b.g. Dan O'C o.., on g' . ' SMt J. Kennedy's b.g. Chanee, aged ........:..;.... "2 2 tMr. J. Osary's g.g. w\llie ue e Woe ........ i.. ...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
PARLIAIEN'ARIY. . Tnsun y?-AnlrL 19. 1Tlie proecedin~o of this doy were hericy ummarnised by eltctric tlcgraph in our lotL .We now. proceed with our usual roeort.] IN .tlhe Legislative Council *the business.transacted was not of much importance..., . -. In the Asembly the Speaker tolk the choir at the cisual hour. d?JOUnE 'S"vWAMPt 'Mr. W?ILson asked thieSecretary for Lands--'.l. 'What grants on Jembaictubone Swamp are affected by .the opinion lately given by the Solicitor-General? 2. Do the Government intend to allow private individuals to take possession of Government land' on said swamp to.tle'injury of the mining popula tion? J. If not, when do the Governmoent intend to define the boundary line' between the Government land aid private property on'said'swamp? " MIr. ltonucnrsou replied.that all grants on Jembai cumbene Swamp were oifectod .by the opinion re cently given by Mr. Wise and Mr. lHargrave Attorney-General and Solicitor-General respectively. The Government did not inten...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
LOCAL: INHTELLIGBNCE. KIANDRA. A Gundagai o legram to tho'Empire' gives the following in explanation. of the recent arrival of the escort via Coema without gold:-Theo escort could, sot: go by Coomin, no conveyanice being at Kiandra, for the purpose. The'river beiig up may have been the cause. A Melbourno telegram in same paper says:--Mr. Nicholson has stated that a portion of the sum of £15.00o will be .devoted. to the prospecting of the Snowy Ranges in the'district of Gipps Land. in the Assembly, in answer to Mr. Cooper, Mr. Robertson said :the Government wore not in posses sion of any official information on the subject of any late extraordinary find of gold. They had, in com men with others, heard .of extraordinary discoveries of gold at Kiandra. With regard to what the Government intended to do in the matter, he would say that ample provision had already been made for the protection of the gold-fields in that locality; and even if all the reo~orts should turn out to be true, the...
FRIDAY—APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
. FRIDAY-Arni 20: The Assembly met at the usual hour. In answer to Mr o L ioopeor, the SECRETARY FOR LAnDs said the gobvormioen t had received no oflicial information roepecting the discovery of extraordi nory. quintities of gold at Ciandri, hobt he believed some private information of the kind had been re ceivedt WOlitO AT EDEN. SMr En. ao hsid he had a petition signed at a public meeting at Eden, representing that the trallic to thie Sisowy Rivciroldo fields had, rimdered neeiossar the construction'of -:wharf and roads iun that locality.. Hie found .that the pltitiozi expressly asked for a, grant of money, and- therefore could not. bo prio: sented. 'He would, however, hand it over to the Ex ecutive. S • RAILWAYS. Sir. PAnRKEs moved that the Ilouso go into com-' mittee to taoke evidiice the therailway, woiks. Mr. AnRontD movetLthat it be an isiotruction to the. coiunitt.e .to .take, such. additional evidence, as ilsighst appears ib i theoorsa o tib inth iquiry. After a short debate...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
QUEANBEYAN. From our eeo Correspodlent.) RonnenREs.-The police force have been fully occupied of late, for robberies are now become of startling frequency. Since the robbery at the par sonage, MIr. Lee, of the St. Patrick's Inn, wans robbed of some blankets, by an old vagabond whose name I now forget. It appears .the robbery must have been committed in the open day. The offender was fined the same morning for drunkenness, and the following day was committed to gaol for three months for the above robbery. On Friday, a man, of the name of George Wright, was committed for trial, for sticking up and robbing a man, named Leonard, near the Union inn, Blooth's Flats. Leonard since the robbery has resided in Sydney. A sunmons from the Queanboyan bench was sent demanding his presence there. Leonard, having disobeyed tihe summons, was subsequently brought up on a warrant. On Saturday, two men. named Arnott and Roach, were committed for trial, for robbing an old man, named Edge, of £63, in che...
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
DEI?RIIMA. (From our own Corrrepondeat.) The annual licensing meeting tool place on Tues day last. All the applications were granted, with the exception of that of Mr. W. Chapman, o" the Coach and Horses. The consideration of this case was postponed for a week. PI'EasTrnANMtstS.-An exciting match came off on the green, on Friday, 20th instant, between Mr. T. Nicholson, of Sutton Forest, and Mr. J. Shelley, 150 yards, for five pounds a-side. Betting was in favour of the latter previous to starting. Both men got away well together, Mr. S. succeeding in maintain ing a slight lead for about eighty yards, when he hoisted a signal of distress, Mr. N. coming in a winner by about three yards. The two men who fired at, and attempted to rob Mr. Sidwell, about the One-mile Creelk, between Marulan and Plumb's inn, were apprehended about four miles on the Goulburn side of Berrima, by constable Wyatt, and safely lodged in the Borrima locu-np,
THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
Tan Po]oi C Courr-The hour ot f coiunmencilng, tho business at the polico .court has been latterly altered fron eloven to half-past toen o'clock. This is iu manny respects an improvement. Atrruorzser ??rr.-Mr. i.redorick. W.V Webb, has) bheei appointed clerk. in chargo of the , printed, Pa'ers in te departnur of tlso Legiolativu iAsnembly, to the room of Mr. F. M. Lockyer, resignedd
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
TU CORUESPOYI)NTS. Co~tmxpondents, to Flllulr Insertion otither fetters . M C pnetnl to I,, Ibtlrfl- Very eIngthy lettora carn 11(1001 be insertod. CACEN AR: I)y art ttrn Strk. ba ront hsrrt. S ~rltre. nretnr on' lt'titt\l:tzU\Y....... Apri 25 is 14 7,"2 TIIUIttt)A ........... . 27 1 st 3) 21 tO 1'111 U.\ ................ I 27 631 r 1 90
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
THE REE-HIVE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the * .promises lately occupied by them in Auburn street to their new premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 -SKINNER AND C0. Soda Water Lemonade Sarseaparilla • Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. iRDERS by post, or otherwise, immediately. at tended to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 Goulburn. COO1VL&. BENJAMIN DE LISSA BEGS to rnform 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. 46oo EDWARD BINGHAM, (SUCCESSOR To GARLAND AND IsINGOIIA,) 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, Howard Brothers,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
Tot present commercial ernbarrnasment so extensively prevalent in Sydney would not be without some attendant good, if it could be hoped that a greater dlegrie of cantion would in fliture characterise the transactions.of the mercantile chus. . P1ast experih co, however, sho~s irs us that any degree of caution hat, may- be infused into the denlin?. of triders, by times of temporary 'einbarrausune b-ois hbut transient: With the a.isapplearance of the cause comes the tdisappearance of the effect; 'As time wears on, less and less care continues to hbe manifested--muin are again assumed to be wealthy; and to be solvent antisafe, in pro portion to the' magnitude bf their tiansactions, instead; of in proportion to tlioe.?teut of their resources andtitlie profitablo" nntu?'? of their business-and eventually comes another crisis. And so things goon from time to:time, and thue merncutilo community-the "men who of all others pride themselves on being, what they term "business men," who profess ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 25 April 1860
AT her residence, Qlinboeyann, on Tuesday morning, -the 24th instant, the wife of Mr. W. O'N:IsLL, chief constable, of twins, boy and girl. DIE I), At Bellevuo, Braidwood, on the 20th instant, Mao.AtRGr,i the beloved'wife of Mr. James O'llrien, aged 20 years, forLified by all the' con solutions of religion, and sincerely regretted. May she roest in peco. , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 18s0.