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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
FOREIGN. Trn TraI?,AT o. PACE.-'rhe following is an analysis of the treaty of peace concluded dbetwooi rance and Austria, as signed on '17th Octohber, hy the plenipotentiarits at Zurich. The ftct of the sfignaturd of this treaty was anouncedl in oar Inst. The treaty CEoalnlenr s with thle useal pr)eamblh, desirous of putting an end to the canlanities of war, and forming a defnite triaity based on the preliminaries made at Villafi:ranca. Plenipo tentinries have been appointed and ngreed to the following :--That the peace shall be con clud,!d betwveen France and Austria, as signed os 17th October by the Plenipotentiaries at Zt.ich. France returns to Austria the Aus trian steamers seized during the war, but on which judgment has not been passed, &e. Austria gives uip Lombnardy, with the excel tion of Miantua, Peschiern, and as far as the frontier fixed by a special commission-the limit of which is already known. The Em peror of the F1rench declares that he trans ferred these po...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCH. GOULBURN IMECIANICS' INSTITUTE. TaE half yearly general meeting o" this institution, taook place in the nlew reading-room, on Wednesday evening last. The attendance, we are sorry to say, was thin. theretnot being thirtL' membhers presentat any period of the proceredlings. We regret to notice.tr.is chrarcteristic apathv on the part of the people, tlhat has usually attended public meetings of this and of a similar nature, more especially when it is con sidered that this is the first meeting held in the institute itself, and in a room so well adapted for the purpose. Tne chair was taken at eight o'clock by the presi dett, the Rev. William Rosa. The P'ttstoolrtr, in opening the meeting, made a few preliminary remarks pertinent to the object in view. He alltdled to the important nature and ob jects of the society, and its steady increase as more particularly exemplified in thle feeact of their being en abled to hold their meeting in a building of their own. He hoped t...
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
FtrnTn&t EUROPEAN wNWS (Fran Teterians to the S~siny.Afernfininrllt'id.') Sir John Deon Paul and Mr. Strahan have S;been released from prison. ' r=Mr. PStcphbnrson, the engineer; hie h ii buried with moth solemnity in Westminster Abby. .Sii George Grey lhas anlnounced his miern . to the Governsaent of the Cape of Good A French expedition of 6000 man is to sail for China in the middle of December. Tile domestic news does not present any :very striking features of importance. Cabinet Councils have been unusually fre-. qoent of late, a ciriurstance from wlichn a vaileoty of augories hro drawn. Parliament has breen prrogiued till the middle of Decembei. There is no longer any doubt that a joint expedition to China is to go forward without delay ? e are taking the necessary measures for organisieg the requisite force, andt the preparations in France are already tl' ad veanced. It is also understood that 8000 troops, to hbe followed by reinforceimeits, will be ready to start about...
GENERAL ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
GENER.AL A'LCOU'T. The Giulhnra Shool of Artr und 3MrLhanicra'Instltute in Jccalnt crrrrnt with tho b rq~rr?urrr: Dr. Cr. Tao libr rlan's r- Dy balanco .. ....... a, a r I ..... 47 00 0 rhr ptl ns.. 0 a1 o I[? Coat, grtnt , 00 0 0 rmld'.'l.co nnt 2 3 O. aaoo a nd stia p sClro nilr 'dto 318 9 'mYars C auriar" , ditt. .. 1 2 0 1S. r.. tIrramd i 7to............ 0 . ."2- - l'Embrta' .tto 1 8 Insuraneo .... 1 1:0 : .... - tbooksoand t lra 8t 8 ·0" dittotaonlaon :.. .6a 715 lccture ..3.a..... a : 3 IQ,0 o. commi~ssion .... 90 8.9 -, -#?/.÷i ?.'; i,;,:'j? bou-s tor ol-. su dle sser " , ---" oardriro. arrrr.t~ tary'sa oant a o-.. 0 .:+:+?. balanc In o-Co. acrcir brt l..k 8 015 O ditto In tr iot. " rrr'a a O-V ' a1 .; -, - ? £rr27 274 2· 9, Dy· i batanro:'lj. .199 17 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
THE BEHE-HIVE. ir.NOTICE OF REMOVAL. . ESLANUEL & SON have REIMOVED from the OL premisos lately occupibd by them in Auburn atrqlto their now premises Opposite the Mcarket-square,, AUBURN-STREET. --404~9 Notice of Removal.' .M.. DE BARR., : Wh-olesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, I.ESPECTFULLY begs to intimate thit he .Lp haB NOW REMOVED o mhis late residence, Sloane-street, to thie premises lately occupied by Mr. William Fletcher, XT DOOR TO THE * tHiRCASD?C?VICE, \ AUnnURN-BTREET, OpLnURIrnt. ' 4431 Millwright, Engineer, and Brass-founder. SEVANS TAYLOR dEGS to inform the residents of the Southern JJ districts that he has recently obtained, and has now ready for use, A SELs-ACTING SLIDE LATHE, PLANING MACHINE, and all other requisites necessary for. carrying on an extensive business. These machines being of very large iize enables E. T. to execiute work of every description, however large, in the above lines. g Guns re-stocked, and all kinds of fire-arms, &a, ne...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
MARRIED, On thbe th instanl, at. S. Saviour' chuLrch, Gonul burn, by th, Rev. W. Sowerby, Mr. L. CAnve.Trn, of Wodebridge. england, to ET a. oldest daughter uof"Mr W. G. EDwAnnae of Goulburn. On Thursday last, at tha Wes!oyas chapel, Goul I urn, by the Loev. John Watsflord, Mr. JAucs Obvlrc,. tn Sinor, sn,?drl da?:hter of' MIr. Jotla Mc GeooG, of tho Veterans' Fiats. ' TURDAY, Jni UAI y 14, i ru860. ISATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1860.
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
S AUCTIONEHEIS' REPORTS. Messrs. P. Droeat AND Co. report:-Stok. The market is, in all respeocts. about as dull us it .ell can be, so we must hope that any cbhange will habefor thebetter. During the past week we have found it impossible to get a coempany together. We have sold -three horses for £21 privately, but none at auction. In produce, laud, and mserchandize, there is a similar inactivity. We have effected no sales. J. FoLLAMES (successor to H. Greig,) reports: The stock markert very quiet; a draft ur two of good quality would omeet purchasers at a fair figure. H1rses.-Sold 9 head on Tuesday last, at prices v'arying from £5 5s. to £12; horse-dray and harness, -26; dray and harness, £16. Produce.-Wheat, cheese, and butter, arrive in considerable quantiries, and are readily purchased at current rates, say 8o. to ?8a. 6d. for wheat; cheese, 52d. to 6)d.; butter, salt, ls.r corn, scarce; sold one lot of 4lo bushels, to 31r. O. Furner, cash; 6 cwvt. bacol, at is., for Tucou. Genera...
COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
COMMERCIAL. " HERALD" Office, Friday evening. WD have nothing new to report this week. The farmers are busily engaged harvesting, and until that is done, there is little prospect of any ma ierial change. .Mr. Marks reports the purchase of 75 ounces of gold from Tuena. One or two small lots of woul have arrived, and been purchased by different firms. SOOLUtRttN. a d s. d . .. d.. ine flour, per ton ......... 26 0 0 to. 0 .0 .0 Slicond, ditto, ditto ........ 24 0 0 16 .0'0; Wheat, per bushel ......... 0 9 0 0 0 0 Bran, ditto .................... 0 1 6 0 0 0 Oats, ditto .............. 0 5 0 5 6 Barley, ditto . ............... 04 0 0' 0. 0 r3aize, ditto, iew ......... O w 6'," '0' .,0 .6 ,6:'; S'?,per to-n . ... -...-O 0 0: 0 Oes iloea th .......... ...... 0 resditto * . ...... 0""07Th716 -jg:1U Bacon, per lb;,-scarco ... O'r'.O0..1'2! O;r 0 .11 ,Cheese, ditto, plentiful.... '0'l'0 -'"-0 .0,6' 'Salt butter, plentiful .....;: 0 i , !0 0 ; '1 2 Fresh ditto .........I ........ 0 1 -3 " 0' ...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
Tb e W-*Ttt.-Wo hnve had this olast few days bhk; h~aey rains in this neighbovrhood. which Ihav caused a rapid rise in the rivers, bhut withal we have received our mails as usual. We are just in the thick ofr 'harvest, with promnising weather to carry us through. I am informed the crops will be favour able. O.c CRICtETEt-e.-I asee but little prepanratloin in shape of practice for the ensuing match, which is expeetred to talke Iplaceon the 26th instant. I thilnk all available forco will be required to face the formuida ble opponents who will be brought -agailst our players.
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
* QUEANBEYAN. (From our om, Correspondao.L)."" :' IIOBt'TAL MEETINO.--ACCOrding. to not0e, the annual meeting of tile Qucanneyan Hospital and Benovolent Society ;as held at the court-house, o?n Tuesday last, at 4 o'cloclt, p.m. . - -. : Tho'follocying gerntldmen 'ece Vreseot:-Messra. J. Y. Wright, \VW.. O'Neill, ~i , Jordatr Walsh, Unff, Levy, Brick, Bradbhry, Mcihg, ? rr ? I?IylO"y and Morton, and the rev. A. 1), oates. . O ilthe, motion of Mr. W. O'Neill, Mr . J.J Wrightpresided, and Mr. Mehegan actgd os tcr tary. .Jts wss then resolvel that the following gentlemen be menmbers of coomittiee for the oesieing yenr, via. -Mr. J. J. Wright, proesident; Mr. RI. Mohejian" sectoearv. Members of commoittee:t-Messr. E. Walsh, ). Jordan, WV. IHIunt, H. Lever, A. Bradbury T. Walsh,.W. Lee, W. O'Neill, A. Ley,:M.L. DuLff, and J. B. Thompson. The buildiog oaimitied to'be the same as last year.. It wa's propiosed by Mr. Walsh, and periconlded iy Mr. V. O'Neill, that Messra. J. J. Wright, 4.Loey...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
IhlPOUl DINO [ fre Cooms, on the 20th December, from .Monembnr and Coolln don ; Lneopncols nd drlvi.g, 4e. ld, per hadr re-adlertsedt : Whm eco. Ilto hl, off rumnol, like2offelb; yellonondenldte now, lke W ctfrlbi, 3. over R s dcwnoy2; rlllntoet End wchite buollt, octlltrlod; etrnonkec'y heifen, lik., WO or Wk noar nrb, of enar Incrkhi;el;n nrherrn Ifltro WCorWGo f t alo p o ndl hlbel end heifer, lit. r tIll n elite; dun cotlored coow like 1.1 onrn Il near rlbo; yenUow onml ohi? stece.r lie Dl I oer k l c nt ru2o p ; bloch and hitlen ieer, hot, eors mnorkted, lil JL or DL ctlf tUllop ondrlb.; 'teen headoenottlr, Il ott noop. ?o ot nlit.; blcok con, ofeonr manked, l'k'LTYI ncer rib" hiteo coe, li kuJO o, .(1 0 nrtotp, 10 nirs iolrh; nitlto1 iteiter, oot,cottclllll; J~ bullotk, llke' bUV nenrrlno, IlkoTC otff uoto, like St. It not releaneo, will Ihe eold occorditg to tho Impounding Act.-C. Waltern, Poundkeeper. 8. td.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CROWN LANDS' SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
S?O VEIINMENT NOTICE8'. * - 0Q- CROWN LANDS' SdALES. AT TUE FO:iCE OP crc, WAOoA WAOOA..: SOn Wednesday, the 15th day of Fekbruary next. -UIOUEDAN LOIB.-AT SOUTH0 WAOOA WAGGA Lot 1, I acre 2 roods 33 perches; lot 2, 1 acre 3 roods 36 perches-allotments I and 2 of section 45. The upset price of the above lots is £4 per anre. Lot 3, 2 acres 8 perclhes; lot 4. 2 acres 15 perches; .lot.52 al ccus.5 perchelbs-allotments 3 to 5 of see ,i6n 45.? i.The upset price of the labove lots is £3 per eacre. SLot 6, 1 nere 3 reeoods 30 ,perches; lot 7, t acro 2 roods; lot 8, I acre 3?8' perches; lot 9, 1 acre 34 perchies; lot 10 1 .acre 31 perclohes--allotments I to S of section St. The upset price of the above lots is £4.per acre: .: ,Ehe' above allotments are partly subject to Inundation. '.. TOWN LOTS.-nSOUTI WAGOA. TLot 11, 2 roueds 20 pe'rches, allotment 7 of section Lot. 12, 2 roods 32 perches; lot 13; 2 roods 8. Perchest lot 14, 2 ruoos;-lL, 13, e rood-25? p'erwhes; Iit.16,3.reooeds I perchic...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
OJOE?SI' ONDENCE. .To th/e Editor of ithde Goulblirn Herald. Sm,--Tlaving lately hald occasion to vitit the town slip of Cooman, I felt greatly strprised to find thipgs so nearly connected with the cotalofort of the in habitants so much neglected. The post;-ofico, which should be in the ceontre of tile town, is, at present, situatel on the equthern side of the resurve, inhabited by only a few indivilduals. and half a mile from the greatner part of the popula tion nod nearly all tile tramlic. This causes no little inconvenitnce to four-fifths of the inlibitants, who are under the inecessity of attending thero for letters,. paperapo &e. T'hie court-house and lock-utp are built on the opposite side of the roadl from the post-office, dad dis taut likewiso from the ttwnship, where tdrunken men may be steen stronliig about ill twos and threes with itpunity, to the gross annoyantoe of females and the publlic in general. The churheb is built nbout two miloes tbove Coms, on the samt ...
BUILDING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
- BUIWLY'GFU~ND.' ri Tr-o ah paid Orna. Dy ByDb?looco ......;.139 4 8 2h 2 0 ....bo..iloos...:22 ditto W. Nono 93 0 0 ·prooeods of ditto A. Slvor 08.: 0 bo.& *.. 63 7 O ditto Moarioo & rentotsbopr... 12~ 0 0 8000 . .7...0 0 dltto(riflth?o... 423 0 0 ditto 3Mnriio & 42su.onto.... 3O 0-00 boooro ccouo t 410 0 ,?'. : . '., eoonmiskon .to •0.-.00 " botoor,. n, oe- o . ', ;-, mercliaBlook 248 4 8 dittotreaurer's bornds . 81800 ·-::1~: - 1£21817 2 £.23 7 . 181 2 ' y booue ...£2757 0 AtodUto' nod found torrct, Janunry , 18600 W. DTN.~IA7, N. DIXON. Mr. WILLIAM DAnvIn in moving the adoption of the report, would refer to one or two of the clauses in a few briet remarks. IIe more partieularly alluded to that clause of the report that recommended a gratuity of £10 to be given to Mr. Newbery. tIe had thought it necessary to mention this to the meet ing and leave it for their consideration, as a differ once of opinion as regarded its propriety had pre vailed amonst the co...
COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
COULNTRIY NEWIrS. COOMA. (From nourorrn Correspondent.) Foor RlACE.-The foot racing oti Mondnay ld toD, another race, which came off on Tuesday morning. At the settlement on Monday evening Mr. Cl?i?ppin dall. who won thle t100 yards race, challenged M.r Do Lissa, thle second man in the 50 yards race, for £2 ia side,giving two yards start in 50 yard;. The.1 race was to, hatv crme offlat nine o'clolk..liit at' that himur it?was raining idry.htvily. ansd although thq ddmpetitors waited till eleven o'clock there wds nm sign of the weatlher cleanring, and it was, tllcrefore, tiecided to measure the ground and start at oonce. - Messrs. William Hinton and R. Thomas were um pies, and Mr. J. V. Hinton releree. At thie time of starting a very heavy shower was falling, and the rtnning ground was anklle-deep in water. At the vword "off" both dashed away, and in the fiist twenty yards De Lissa gained another yard on. Clippincdall, who gradually drew uip, but failed to overhaul the leading man, w...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
To the Edildr of tle Goolburn Herae., Sm,--A part of the report of the money that was lost and found arin, at Stingello. is ineccurate, and oight tend to iniure the mao Waoleh. You sOa that - - Walsh and the woman Simmons were out together. and it is supposed that the womant or himself planted it: this is incorrect; they were not seen out of the hIose together at any time, nor by any person lii or ahaut the premnises. In justice to the man Walsh, I hope you will in-. soert this in your paper. EDWARD CARRIGAN.": Wingello, 12th January, 1860.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 January 1860
"A"' pprentico Wanted. :7ANTED, an intolligent lad as an apprentico. S iinquire at the office of this paper. Wanted, SSTEADY, MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, as Laundres, for the country; none but a sber woman need apply to hMrs. WILLIAM ~IMONS, hliburaatrect. 46.l Wanted, SSITUATION, by a respectahlo man, of a small , family, who haa had tweanty-onae yuara' expe rience in the colony among aheep and cattle, has been at the curo' of alnil diseasc amoug stock in hew .South WalVe and Victoria, and had the moanagemeunt of very large eatnblishments. Wagee liberal. Apply at the oflico of this paper ; or, by latter .M.D., care o F. COOPER, bsq., Lake George, Col ctor. 4488 To Prinitra. W AMTDNTTD. immediately, a COMPOSITORI and I lVbVt.,IISMAN. ?Aptly al this otice. 4710 Wanted, . T Gurrundsn, TWELVE REAPERS. Apply Seither to IMr. WEblsTER, I Seltation Itn, G!oulburan or ALEXANDIER TUI?INII , GaCtrurla 4771 '" ' ' . • ' ' 4?71 Found, eT MAR Mr. Eoasi's wirefenee, a ma'peloak? Thm A? vm? oer can have th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
Apprentice Wanted. t?ANTED, an intelligent lad as an apprentice. yT Inquire at the office of this paper. Wanted, STEADY, MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, as Laundress, for the country; none but a sober woman need apply to Mrs. WILLIAM SIMONS, Auburn-street. 4636 Wanted, A SITUATION, by a respectable man, of a sniall family, who has had twenty-one years' expo rience in the colony among sheep and cattle, has been at the cure of all diseases among stock in New South Wales and Victoria, and had the management of very large establishments. Wages liberal. Apply at the office of this paper ; or, by letter J.M.D., care of F. COOPER, Esq., Lake George, Col ectoer. 4488 To Printers. TITANTED, immediately, a COMPOSITOR and Y PIRESSMAN. Apply at this office. 4710 To Well-sinkers. rFWO compentent MEN required to DEEPEN a I WELL to or 12 feet through solid rock. Enquire at the office of the undersigned; or of J. W. CHISHOLM, Esq., Wollogorang. HOULTON H. VOSS, Argyle Chambers. January 18, 1860. 4778 Wanted B Y...