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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

Rncunninwco) OF,THt r Dasoups.-Lien teiint Julien,t aeniotife i offic r of the French nav.y;ý has. writ ten. a"; .work ?: just; ?pulhlishcd en itlelC ' Cot'irtt11jia· Revolutions do l'Atmoo. il?? -'e det lit Me 4~ ri" i'l?cii ?h" ie pit 'floiWh'ird= a new theory.fbne the ii;lit blot. periodical return of a cataclysm similair to that known under the nihme' ofi the Ufiiversal f?eluge. The autiho, statrtso with one faet, viz.:---That th . ti erntil lines at die lighiet tomperaturc are uneqiually ?di'ttriliuted'd bettvcen northern and southern elietiisphereo,: the Ispnac they occupy in the former-being about the double of-.thliast?,which they occupyso south of ?'tbi equator, so that the soutihern hemisphlret,is constderaly colderi espoieiilly. towards the pole,, thlan the northern:one. .When the whole 'sifioce of the earth ivwas covered -with water (says Lieuteninit:Jidlien), its centre of gravitycoincided with its geometrical centre: Frori that momentits 'revolution round 'the' sun coi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Goulburn Hotel. 5235 Wanted, SHEPHERDS to take charge of a Station; . PLOUGHIMEN, and a Mar ried Couple for House Work. Apply to Mr. BRADY, Verner-street. 5314 Wanted, A MAN COOK. Character indispensable. Apply, Old Argyle Stores, Goullurn. " .rA5 Wanted, A RESPECTABLE MARRIED COUPLE, as GENERAL SERVANTS. Apply at - the Parsonage, Queanboyan. - 53866 Wanted, A SMART, active young MAN, one who well understands storekeeping in all its branches h'id possesses a knowledge of bookkeeping. Applyhby letter to A. LEVY, Goulburn Stores, Queuubeyanm Refe'rentes required. 5382 Wanted, 10,000 WEDGE SHINGLES. CHARLES GRACE;,.. 5395 Clifford-street. To Quarrymen and Bushmen. ' TENDERS will be received during the next three weeks from persons willing to supply a' large quantity of rubble stone, at per perch, at the quarry, or delivered in town. ALso, For a large quantity oat posts and. palings, at per hundred. JAMES MARSDEN, Ottiwell House, Goulburn. April 26, 186...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

COMJAlERCIAL. . 'I.EcAlx' Office, Friday evening, ON necount of the continued wet weather great dul ness has prevailed in business durinig the weelk. Some small parcels of Tuena gold have beon.pur chased by the storekeeperS., Mr. Moss Markr reports the purchase of 183 ozs. 19 dwts. 'there is a slight decline in butter and 'hleeso bacon has, however, only come in slowly, a? d ? a rather scarce. • : .,

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

AllWCELLA NEO US. It has often been a matter of surprise to persona of a mechanical turn of mind, that the enormous force lyiig dormant in the water-piprs through the town, has not before now been turned to .more account than the wovring of two or three lifts or, cranes in merchants' warehouses. By degrees, no doubt, the water, so unpalatable to those desirous of refreshing tllemselves with a draught of the pure element, will be made to supersede manual, and even steam-power, and we had lately an opportunity of examining a very simple but effectual contrivunce, by which it can be made to supply a steady. and strong blast to furnaces of any hind, and also to create currents of air of any strength, either from or to the different parts of buildings, and as to solve the arehiteut's great difficulty in insuring efficient ventilation. When applied to furnaces, the blast is perfectly steady, and completely under control, 'the turning of a tap, or the opening or closing of a valve, either ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. DIbNAM AND Co. report:-Stock.- The weather during the week has been very inclo ment, and in a great measure stopped business. There have been no horse buyers in town, and sales have been slack. We have sold 4 head at from £5 10s. to £9. This morning we sold at auction 5 head cattle, about 5 cwt., at £4 178. Gd.; and 5 head, lighter, at £4 7s. Gd. Attention is directed to a small lot, very fine, for sale on Monday next. Produce. We have heard of no alteratioa in this market. ,T. FULLJAr ES (successor to H. Greig,) reports: 3Business throughout the week unusually dull. Sold one draft of fat cattle, light weight, first yard of 12 head, to Mr. Simons, at 84s.; second yard of 1? head, to Mr. O'Donnell, at 80s. Horses.-In the horse market but little doing. Sold 2 colts for £16; 1 at £12; 1 at £20; horse, spring cart, and harness, for £35; horse and harness, £6 17s. 6d. lroduce arriving in fair quantities-prices about the same as quoted last week, Sold one ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

OOULBURN .. Fino flour, per ton ....3..:. 0 0 d to 0 ,0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto 2...;.:.. 28 0 0 0 ,0" 0:' Wheat, perbushel ...... 0.10-0 o '0"10'-0.io Pollard and Bran, ditto .0 _ -20 : 0 0?: ()ute, ditto ................ . 0 0'.6 0 Burley, ditto 0 ... 4 ... o 4 6 05'6' Maize, ditto, now ' . 0.. ,0";' " . 0 ;, 6? 6 0', ay, per to ..... 8' . .0. 0:o t 0,;O ' l'otatoeo, ditto .......' _-'4). 0 0?: , 0,-'-0 Baconno, 0er ]h,, 0 8 ,0., ) 0 , per 21b. loaf .... .... 0 0 8 0 0 Chee, ditto, plentiful ... 0 " 6 Salt butter, plentiful- ..:. -'0 '1 0' -0 1 ! Kreha ditto 0 0 `..0 .1'." 'gsper dozeai .... 0 2 0 <, Porvls, per pair .. 0 2 '0 r I ' 6 Turkeys, each ..... . . 4 6 .' teese, each " ....;..; 6 0 0 hClo, per pir:... . -'0 06';00":, ? r " ,orditt g to bWeight ' "' r+: 6 0:'0."0 '8! '.'' , Sheep 0 0...... 0.1". 6U00 Piga,porlb 0 0 4 0 0'0 Tallow, ,per owt. in odea maand,' scarce '.,,...',:. ' ' O 2 10 0 I3ides .......;.,;. O- .O .;.. '' 0o ' 6.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

CORRESPIOND ENCE. W oe desirous that our eolulns sheould He regarded a.open to all psrtie,uad we are thereforo willing to give Insertioc to all tempratlely and ilolntelligibly writtllen lettleer onsuhjecl of )pu ilnterrt, even though clltle opinionl advaned ratly be diamnletrically opposite to our own.] CAUSTIC. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. tnIR. Elron.--I was greatly disgusted, and I am sure that every true Scotsoma. who has any respect fir the land that gave him birth, must have been equally so, at.the appearance of a column and up waords of 'scurrility, in the last issue of the ' Goulburn Chronicle.' Caustic, or as the name, to be truly descriptive of the wtller, should bespelled,Course-stick, finds fault with recent lectures delivered in Yuss by Mr. James Wood, Dr. Campbell, and the Rev. W. Russ. The attempts of these geltlemen to foster literary tastes, and to promote the cultivation of the intellect in that district were highly commendable, and could meet with censure...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

''IE , hints and w?ilings' of Mr. Rhodes, touching the dofistruction of the southern railway,, are of. too.important a character to be altogether ..overlooked ; although the de meanonr of the-agentof the great contractors, when inilder examination before the Assembly comninittee,.wis not suach as to, give a very fivourable idea of his intelligence in ordinary matters.,,. He says. that he has been in thoom plo ;ininit of Sir Morton Pete, and oflBraisey anti Co., for twenty-one years; and certainly the experience he nmtulsts voe gathered in the course. of that timnte is calculated to give soleumnity.to-his warnings, when he tells the Assembly: that the projeoted Menangle via duct. is unsafe. We unconsciously recall to mind the terrible break-down of the railway bridge in. Canada, when traini ind panssnadens were hurled into ftheiliike beneatlh. I'"Mr. Rhodeslish.ipl3ing 'the parit if alarmist, with out good foundation fo lbit?thii .hlie will have n?gr'eat dal to answer for. 'If- relia...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

: LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE. CIIUTRCl OF ENGLANID. ON Tuesday last one of those social gatherings that are usually so attractive? ud so well adapted for collecting all classes of the community together for a specific object, took place in this town in connexion with the Church of Vngland. A tent was erected for the purpose, on the ground adjacent to St. Saviour's church, tie arrangements of which were excellent. There were between four and five hundred persons present, the ladies forming a large proportion, and all appeared thoroughly to enjoy themselves. Tho nalober of tables was seventeen, which were presided over by ladies, not only belonging to this' church, but in connexion with other denominations. This fot ini itself, exhibiting a proper catholic christian feeling is commendable and worthy of notige' Tea was laid on the tablli .ht-seveo? o'blok, the means and appliances of which were of a very nanis litetory and substantial natunrb. Ont account of the insuflioieny of room,.however,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

I'iuonon-diuooriWo.-It is in cuittmptlation to t up somoe pigeonoottchcs in Goulburnt .. A meeting was to have Lbeop-held. ut Mr.Joshuas"iogid last ,.vening, but owingrtoatlm ialenstncy'jrlthe Weather it sina pustpoaacl..ti? l l'tuesatdaytij t-. *

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HONDURAS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

THE HONDURAS ROUTE. (From the S. M Herald.)' An the present juncture, when so much interest at taches to the prospect of the opening up of a comsni cation with Europe by way of the Central American isthmus, all information as to the dilferent methods proposed of effecting the transit of that isthmus, is acceptable. Long before the discovery of gold in California, and when the isthmus was crossed chiefly to occomuilodlo the trudewith the west coast of South America Panama was the spot selected for making the passage, imumosetch as there thme isthmlus is at its narrowest point, and.nhe mountain ridge dips to its lowest elevation. And so when arailway became necessary, it followed pretty nearly the established mule trach, and hence the phrase "the Panaima route" has become confirmed as descriptive generally of the transit of the isthmus. It is quite possible, however, and even probable, that in a few years this designation will give way to another. It does not follow that the place whe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

PAR?LLWEN'PTARY..-... TUESDAY APlIL 24. : . lTIio proecedings of thIs dayweror:brionfly smmnarlsod by elctric telegmrnph In our laut. Wo'now proceed wllih our Susual Nrport. ' ' - The Lgislativo Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. . " ' . ., . '. S. w 1IIEMER..' Mr. Charles Kemp was 'introduced by Mr. ]id dinpton and Mr. Garrett, and took his seat for Liver pool Plains. LANO V. MAODONALD. Mr. Hloslrms called atteHtion to the circumstance that ouo of the judges (Mr. Holroyd) in giving judg ment on the previous day, in a case of violent assault tried before the court of quarter sessions hadesnnc tioned the resort to lynch law. Alluding to tho per son ussaulted, the judge said, if gentlomein-would take such a course, they must expect to receive suchl punishment. He' (Mr. lloskins) hid traieiled a good deal over the world, but noither in Asi'rica nor in any "other country laid le ever beald a judge express suich sentiments on tlhe bench. The lohn. mcmbterconchided by m6ivinl the ad...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Snt,-Having read a paragraph in your issue of the 21st April instant, headed "The Condemned Criminals," 1 beg to make a few remarks upon the As to the unfortunate man, Frederick Clarke, it is to be hoped, from the very cicurustantiul evidence against him, that he may be reprieved, particularly it notice be taken as to the time he is said to have taken to accomplish the dreadful deed. It appears almost impossible for a human being, under the circumstatices, and in the period of absence that elapsed, tot ave committed the murder. Ho had to wal, I.beolieve, eight miles to execute the deed, and his return and conduct afterwards may well cause a doubt in the mind of any reasonable individual But this is a matter for the consideration of the higher powers, and not one like mysel'. As to the sheriff's intention (should tho con demned criminal suffer) of breaking the news as gently as lhe can to tihe parents of the lato of their unfortunate son, it woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

News of the World. Lloyd's Newspaper.. Reynolds's Neowspaper. fihE above well known English papers, ontainingi an extensive variety of the currentt ews of 7hai day., ar received fIr sale at tihe Herald Book Mart by -each mail. Thc current numbers from the date of the pjrevious.mail are also received. Price 6d. cach. Snowy River Diggings. M INERS, Storekeepers, Speculators, and Dealers can be supplied at tie OLrD ARG'LE STORES with every description of Goods suitable for the above diggings, at Sydney wholesale prices. The stock being the largest and best assorted of any house of business in the Southern districts, the favourable position acquired of importing goods direct from the European markets enables the proprietor to olfer to tihe business men of the County of Argyle advantages in purchasing more favourable than can be obtained from any other establishntent in town. An enquiry of prices and an inspection of the goods will assure those parties following the above occupa tions th...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

[PER ELEOTRIO TELEGOIAPH.] lDRnlsnDAY-APRIL 26. Great progress was mado with the estimates this eveninlg.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

TI CORREOI'OBDhNNT8* Correpondtnto; t cnoora'to nttiti&"f tbotr ter o, iotor~ - quioote to be.brL -eery 1 hy ttters can rlitom~bo ISinrrtol o .i Correspondoents ae emmindei. thtom' Wo ooo to losootntooy totoeretln O narooroltten' ntoII14y. Io nar eonstatoly *reeivlnogoeoomoo ttonal e, tooos Co too npjopdeol a roolu00t thnatwe oill orrreotrotsteoors Ills entolts' ono omohnt or blnaiw'ti;.t't is oo ifto to-nlJooe on no; in nodtoilon to oolott twoto aro unablu to do oero~ttonoo gress at the writer's mea~cning."-4`. ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

-THE BEE-HIVE. I". )OTICE OF REMOVAL. O 'EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the ý premises lately occupied by them in Auburn' Itiet to their new promises i Opposite the Market-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 MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, 4291 _Goulburn. COUOWZA. BENJANMIN DE LISSA BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma and . the.surrounding district that heo has taen out ai AUCTTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold fig regular Auction Sales, andivill be happy to sell iyh goods entrusted to his charge. Commission strictly moderate.. 4o00 EDWARD BINGHAM, (scc?BSonR TO OARLAND AND BINOIIOA,) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of English and American agricultural imple neonts, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &c. .Agent for Tuxford and Sons, Runsome and Sims, Howard Brothers, Barret...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

_ -08END~fSF. Dayrr olth. WVeek. { . hurse.un -eta u .s SATUR ,1Y .:.:.:...: ýp ·· i s, a :R 7 RA1UI1ZDIb us.;; · 03 0 3 2 * 7 RUNIIAV ....... ...:.... . t'1 0037oS 'S 7 7 *B' TU E SI A Y '............ ..t .· y 1 0 S S0 15 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

QU1ANB1:YAN. ?1 I11. JOTHN FQRD has aliePo appointed agent for i thId *GOoul urn Herahror ' in -tho abovo neigh tbh od.atnO is at ut jsý1,pprteaelve- subscribers' aineS' o a41vertI eeoto, and o adcrs for job printing. NIMIT'PY ?LLEf, ?<Ai EIOt O. BnR. DAVID IB"LL has been appointed agent ~Ll. for tlie.' God?,borit Hierald' in thoe.above nirelg'ohi uilibodi;" and is`' atlibrised to rociv.e sob seribers' namies, advertisoinonts, and orders for job printil.: '.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 28 April 1860

MARRIED, On the 24th insttnt, by special license, at S.S. Peter and Paul's Church, Goulburn, by the Rev. William Lanigan, Mr. ALEXANDER McPHEE, of Maneroo,   to MARIANNE, eldest daughter of the late Mr. JOHN O'BRIEN, of Goulburn. The Goulburn Herald.     SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1860.

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