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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 May 1860

:: ISCELLAVNEO US.&. S?A HUSnAND FOR P1liNCESs: 1LscsI -'Th Brussels correipondent of the 'Amster damscho Couranti'states that:Kinig Leopold, as uncle of Quei'en Victoria, ,hlis received the official commninication of the' projected mar riagf betweein the Prince of Oratnge and the Princess Alice. The King of the Belgians is said to have invited the prince to' visit,;Brus sels, whenreturning to Holland. i:;: ... A.; usiNo MISTAKES IN CIIINFSE.--The wife of an .inglisih minisionary in China thus describes somei of the mistakes made in the Chlindso langoliige by new mnissionaries:- ",You will be "lad to hoar I liaveieald St. John's Gospel in Chinese: '-It is very interest ing in their trirnslatiori, but it is a strangge tongue';" their tones inakes it so diflicult. In that verse, ,?'Feed, my: sheep'-song, as. it sounds, is the word for ? eed,' and. exactly the same vsord stasids for sheepoi only one is in thei fifth tone andi.t libogh hearing this in Engli"nd you inight fancy i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

AIlSCELLANEO US. A SINouLAn MNETING.--A meeting of four ancients took place on Monday evening last, at a tea-party in the house of a gentle man near the village of Torrance of Campsie, whose united ages amount to 856 years. Their sevoral ages are as follows:-Widow lady, 90 ; a bachelor; 88; widow lady, 86; and the youngest of the four a spinster, also 86. The bachelor and spinster are brother and sister, and keep house together; the two widow ladies have lived next door to each other for 40 years, and all the four live within a quarter of a mile of each other; and what is very remarkable, none of them have ever travelle'd beyond the boundary of the parish of Campsie except twice, and that only for a few miles. They are all in good health, and walked on foot to the party, although the roads were covered with snow and ice, and they enjoyed themselves heartily, cracking their jokes, and telling stories of courtship in early days. The spinster was dressod in a red woollen or duffle pett...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. WEALTH AND INTELLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

CO4i~·~J:r~?t·'~!4L £7'ACSS' 'WfAELTI AND INTELLECT. (From Ihe Jllaiwrre Express) TtlI f6liowing abridged, report of a lecture delivered.at Launceston, on the above sub jeat by the Rev. R. K. Ewing, President of the Miechanics' Institute, and brother of the Roev. T. C; 'Ewing, of Wslloingong, will be read with interest. Nearly all. of the lee turer's remarks are applicable to this colony. :...The subject was " Wealth and Intellect." The lecturer said tlhat whilst his address would be of a somewhat discursive character, hIe aspired to give it a local application, and toinmake it illustrative of the position, that snentnl and moral must keepi pace with material prosperity -in order to leadt to national greatness. lie then defined what lie intended to convey in the words " Wealth and Intel lect." .For the purposes of Ihis lecture he iedribetl ''ealt~h as such sums arising from any commercial and economical operations as should bhe capable of serving all thei purposes of man's desire. I...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

,.'', .,? ,., . ,..COM.ME.RCIAL. ,,/. ...:.i . :. ., 'HERALD' Offi'e, Friday evening,. . THrERE is'no material alteration,intl t6nio ' of busi ness since our last.. .r 'Gold in small parcdis' haý beon'freeolyA dffri' by returning diggers from Kiandra.'. M(essrs. Davies; Alexahder, anid Co., report the'pirchalo 'of .408 ounces;,and Mr. B. Benjamin and Co., of 60 ounces of Tuena gold, , , . • , The flour market remiains unchanged. Bacon, butter, and cheese, exhibit iather a down waid tendoncy; the latti-rarticle especially, having been bought at 41d. It- is expected, howeyer, that the cold weather nipping:,the grass .will cause a scarcity, and consequent improiement in the piric of butter. OOULBURN. . .": : oo . . . .,s. d. Fine flour, .per ton ......... 30 "0 :,0 to ,0 0 0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto ......... 28" 0 0 0 0 0 Wheat, per bushel:. ....... 0'10 0 0 10 6 Pollard and Bran, ditto 0;..- 0:- a2:' 0 ' 0 06 Oats, ditto .... .;.:.... O... ,5,S.'O O , 0: - 6 0: Barley, ditto . ... ......

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

LACIHLAN DISTItICT. ' (From sor roi ci Coear??sndeti.) TH WlepTIEn.c-On tihe afternoon ofSaturday last, this district wids.visited by one of tile greatest storms ever witnessed even by the oldest.residet. About a quarter past two o'clock p:m., I first noticed a thick and dilark body of clouds at N.W'., nmid about three o'clock this dark-body was at N. At a quarter~ past three it connonced, and never in all mlife did I behold anytlhing to equal it. .At thedistaunce orf ta mile'or so, ore it approached tlhe spot rwhere I was, I thought it was distant thunder. On, on it came-at a fearfuctl speed, carrying all beforeo it that was not able to withstand its mighty force. At about four 6'clidi?k it coonmenocdl ra?iniig'in real earnest, and continied so during tie whole of the iight andall day onioSunday. At thle-mometnt I· am writing you this communicntionit has ceased, and the weather has every 'apitearance of'clearing up., I hope-it will be a cunsiderable time ere this district is again ...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. .iossrs. P. DIonat and Co. reibrt:-Stock, The horse market is again much depressed,.there being no buyers in town. Since our last we have sold 6 hesd at from £7 to £18 tIos. On Wednesday we. submitted an unbroken 'mob frbm Greenwvich Park, but it was deemed advisable towithdraw them for the present. On the saime day a lot of 48 head of mixed cattle, principally young, belonging to the estate of the late William Jamieson, Esq., realised £2 per head, P'hilip Jamieson, Esq. being the pur chaser. 'lshis sae o,,dtrt d a,, tnl? Diio. A tesm of8 prime workers were witdrawn ati £14er psir i of which we subsequently sold one pair for £16. Land.--Several properties were advertised for sale, this day, but the' company' in attendance did not justify us in making a commencement; the whole were therefore withdrawn. hIerchandise.-The sale advertised for Wednesday last was unavoidably odstponed, in coesequeneo of a sherilf's sale occur rnin town ne tho same hour. e. gLwnAMs (s...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

.- " P AL.' R . ) . E' T A R ' " '" i TtnuntsnAs-Atetn. 26 In..tlit.Lofgislative Couihcil Dr., DotiGt n o'b'ealf' f of Ir. Isaaecs, gave ilotico thatlthe honorabl member •would, bn Wednesday nixt, ?o?t for d16 e??o bring in a'bill-for the appointment of i fooirtIfju.ge'of the Suprlm 'CourCt.' ". . 'A bill was rceived from the Assemblto pohibit tho exportation of gunpowder and iyarlik'e 'sores; and was read a first time; the CoioNrlilSit?~dk ii.. giriig notice thi.t on:the next, djy of meetihgi he: should move the suspension of the Standing Orders, in order that the bill, whioh wasioy?h icynsidera bla irgnCyiigit b passed. " . "'" .' iTo' retatiing buainý. s was -of litti? .impor 1'bThe Legislative ASieiblybilett' lialf -pas thireeo o'clock. .: :,,o*;.; ,: ;*..;, r:. .· iolis B ;'* I ',Mr WE?icS laidl upion'th tU' tle crirespoindenc relating to the liargeo' brouglihtia.aiti'st' Jhlri'i t?ei, and moved that it be printed Ordered to beo p'rit.dd' '?'" '* i IsiDOIntR . BLtKE E.tsq, sIns...

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YASS MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. HOW LIBRARIES ARE SECURED GRATIS IN YASS. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

YASS MECHANICS' 1NSTITUTE. HOW LIBRARIESARE SECoURoED ORATIS IN TAs,. STo the Editor of the Gouloburn Heirald. Son--When the Yass Mechanics' Institute was. ntarted about six months ago, I subscribed a sum of money to the fund, as I was told I should have an opportunity of procuring boolos for family reading from the library. Six months have elapsed, and I obelieve no effort was. made to purchase a single volume for the institute. A meeting, however, was hold last week, when one or two parties voted away the money for the purchase of bobks. These men know well that the institution cannot live, and that probably in a few weeks the works will fall into their own hands; they have killed the institute for the snakte of its hide; consequently the books ordered are such as suit their own tastes; and some of them, a gentleman from Yass told me yesterday, are of the mst oexpeonive standard copyright. They roe, I am told, without exception, hy Scoa1h Calvanistlc law yers, Scotch preachers, an...

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FRIDAY—APRIL, 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

''ho speaker took the chali at hnI p:dbtliton -In answer tii 2 r~ife ioriiertrl ' t urer roiitl~ .up. 'The )ls?t hrt voti f'eId or thihp?"iirosc, not hlaving beecn calmed, weas written of tLiii'auditor general's ooks attihe' "of 1859' "' : ALnUISY . Mr. Assnot" asked the Secretary for "orks, " when do. the Government intend putting into an etliciont statoe of repair, in accordulnoe withl the lMunicipalities' Act, the main rood through tlheo town of Albur3, there being'now oi:vunlpsitip ?" . Mlr. AnoisO paid, that the oegineer Lo roads vwas now on his nay dobivn from this.part of tIle country, and would report on this matter. Whe lri his report was ,receivpd the Government woehld determine .what iit?p triey wsould tak'.' ^ Somern other pqreliminary., businhsa W?s ~ouo c. p ::\: ·a . IS . L nAOwAY iNaCtiricT. nii ite mtiiioin o Mr. Psidscoo She t Wriswent Into comniitie" to receiesveidence o?" the riilsvay odrina. 5th I?~&ssstca soos:ed ta t'Jbhts~~kittlon~it4, ~ called ts tbE...

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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 temperately 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 — 5 May 1860

* O!ORL 1JO1E'ONDENCE. IWo ere doirou thot our columns should h regorded as open to ol1 pteros,ood eo ore therefore oliltni to glso insertion to lt temperately and intelloglbly written llern on ombJeel of publlc lntreot~oreen though the oplnlo'l androot moy he diamelrically oppoalo to our own.] To thIe Editor of tOe Geoulurn Herald. - Smn,-It is with feelings of undisguised pleasuro'I observe the recent movement amongst the members of th-e Church of England, with regard to their now church. There can he no doubt that a step in the right direction has now been token. The unanimity displayed by all interested in this matter is also a source of deep gratification. With so good an objects nd such unity of purpose, who can augur a failure? Already several have rshadoe very liberal and self denying offersutowards this object. Let each and every member of the Church of England subscribe a portion of their means, and the sum required (£1,000oo) will soon be obtained. I understand it is the ...

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TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

TUE,, SDAY .llAY, , Thu Assmibleimet aibot othe usial hour. . . . QUESTIpO8s.,. , In answer tof uetiions, ministersn stated that the Givernment"did not dee imt necessary to take any step's;'.ii' refdFeicoTtoi M?r:. Holroyd's ,rbeaiars and decision in the.case of. Lung v.: Macdonald;-that the Governiinent had not yet iad reason to increase the polle'foice between Albury anid Tumberumba :: ," RA Y .RAIWAY INQUIY. : , The House wont into committee to take evidence on the railway works. Mr. Whitton, hief engineer in the employ of Governmint, was called in and ox amined at length. . LD DUTYT. , Mrr. WilsoN moved that ii, the opinion if this lHuse no export' dty on gold' e levied, ater the 31st D)cumber, .1860. As the Governinent had stated that they did not intend to propose the repeal, he felt bound ii duty to his constituents to move this resolution. The continuance of the 'itx wonuld auso great loss to the colon';. ' "'y ' ' . Irr: WEEK?s moved the previous question.'" Mr. ltoniEiitoN...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

CO(OMA. - . (From ouri o'bis &orrespoiclsdcnt.l iO..F'0 ESOR .iLAKRIER A tiA,;'&i5At IALL.-These gentlemen gave three, of their .amusing.entertain ments at MrA. Ward's Hblel, on Iast Saturday, and following evenings, and on each occasion to a large audience; on.Munday night particularly the room was crowded to excess, the performance being patronised hy the greatest part of the gentry of the district.- Theli fame of Professor Parkor is so widely spread that it is.almost unnecessary to comment on his various feats; suffice to say they were all very successful. Especial mention, however, is requisito with regard to. the trial- of skill, viz.i cutting the opple on the hand without injuring it in the least. Mr. Parker did this-daring feat twice in Cooma, and stated it was the fourth and fifth times ho had done it in the colony, and each time perfectly severed the applewithout harming the hand... fThe sheep cut in two was fetched from the flocks of MEtrico Harnctt, Esq., ...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

E~PER ELEOTEWI TELEORAPZII~~~fti~: the estimates.Ifbrbh.r prdgrs : . w A vid eyrn fork s. month... . g.. , e-. " . majority t22t z'2 alt·hoi~ughl 'strongly 6ljr'sposod b~y WViodikeraoit Porkos_

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COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

COU AT!NRY N EWS. TUENA. C(res our naa CorreseoOdes.) Tnn psicains' ojinallirunsingfmecting, whlich was poistpne'do;-mrather lapsed, thrdugh the non-attend ance o a zoagistriato bon thle :fegal daiy, tlhd 17hl istant, was held in the long 'oom at Bright's iiinS,' on iFriday, the 27th, O. C.-.teardmore, Esq.; the pbolice magistrato ofCarcoar, being in attendance, wheiall the applicants who attended obtained their liceises, sho hase.being postponed in consequence of the absence of tho party applying. On the same day, the magistrate held a lnd sale,. when nineteen country lots, and thirty-one town lots were sub mitted for competition, the former.ranging, from tsentyreo'to forty acres each, of which fifteeni were dispo.d of at the upset price of £1 per acre, two lots r nealiig £1 1t0s. per acre, and the remainder, together with the town lots, being unsold. Thiere was a largo attendance.at the sale; and together with those who had business dt'tlie licensing meeting caused a little sti iu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

Fox's Express W ILL start from Mr. VEBSTER'S, Salutation SInn, Goulburn, and from the GOLDEN FLEECE, George Street, near the Haymarket, Sydney, every Monday, for passengers and light freight only. MR. FOX will undertake, without extra charge, on their passage'being arranged for with Mr. Webster, to fetch from on board ship and bring up to Goulbum, the relatives or friends of residents in or near Goal burn who may be arriving in the colony, and thus avoid the expensive trip to Sydney that might other wise be incurred. Application to be made to Mr. F. Webster, Spota. tion Inn, Goulhurn. 924 TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. Watch-house, Tumut. A?TTENTION is invited to a notice is the 'Government Gazette,' calling.for .itenders for ERECTING a WATCIS-HOUSE at TUMUT. Tenders, to be endorsed "Tenderm for Watch house, Tumut," will be received at the oflca of Public Works, Sydney, up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 28th May. Plan, specification, and form of tender can be seen, and further particulars o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

At Goumburn, on thu'3r'I (Bhrtant Mros;WVtrL1AOI AIHsoN, of a s0n . On theo 19th ultitno, at Parrtasottteoag ed If yrcrs, .PaI'OICIA, the beloned, wW.fe f JOn sC o RItEo, Esq.. Arnprior. W*eSA.1'7rDA Ai 5, r18h0 , , .l--__DY A---Y 18 ,?.: ::.".:,S:?rt?]{n Y, ,hla? ?, 1,.so

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

STHE REE-IVEt.) SNOTICE OF 1LELTOVAL. jOl&1UEL & SON have REMOVE ra tromthe aI premises iately occupied by them iniAuhurn street to,their new premises *.. pposite the Iarket-square, : , ,AUBURN-.STREET. 4049 SKI(INER AND CO. .'Soda Water . . : Lemonade S~arsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and -,' : ll?, ~i?ids of' Cordials. fEDPR8-by..Rost?rOethorwise, isimediately at .-"Merided to. ? .... IdANUFACTORET VEPINEI-STREIET, Nearly opposite C.tholio Chapel, .... " .Goobsbuso. CoOL1VIA. ":BENJA IlN DE I.SSA E~S. .to form the inhabitants of Cooma and ._ the surrsounding district that he has taken out an ,'AUCTIOTIEERWS LICENSE, and iutends hold qg9iregular Auetiosi Sales, and will be happy to sell any!goods.entrustsd to his charge. : Commission strictly moderate, 4coo EDWARD BINGHAM,. :'a-(scoESSOR TO oARLAnD AND BINGOHAIA) ' , 115, York-street; 8sydney, , STOCIK and STATION AGENT, and Importer S of English:;and American agricultural isplet 00ents, steam engines, eattle, sheep, hbars...

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SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

r- e '. aou oun.ow O coiiaESOtn DgS EN-. : :. 71 Sateirdnayifternroot" miElloE 'thliitR iwv a'i? o tlihoe? evo of a great flodl, hond ap rlonofa plovidenet ini t "f?;iirid migh? o e explt?i· to et to and build?an ar li; by ofpie cautioni It has been rdlhilsh'eavily fo three ay niid nights.: Coiin .idto thweln this'morning, I f6ndud where al'ays heretofor? there had been a ,gond streer, a roaring todrreirthfiioet a single fort ing' clee.•nd ino:allerhntivte hot to -iado thr6ough it I mindorna fire'ot laghlter from three blackeyed daim sels,.securely ensconced'ia a balcoiyihard by. I'saw two woiuen foriling. a street at innaother part, aind lhliged.toihohl on.byuch other to keep themselves I from!being swvept offil' their feet by the violence of' theo ruslefttater,svlwhichl. was considerably above-their koes..? Thel ruin is incessantu, and lUts:a stop t hidina?',?nll~kiids.· . '., - In thlis state of affilirs, I-ihane dly jist to advert I to tht pr6iie8ilni ini thie Macijlkib last nig...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

TILL a short time ago three judgces did the whole ofr.lthework now .divided between the SSupreme Court and the several district courts .of :the: colony, and : could yet find time to attend to theii'r diutie s is niltlelber' of "the: Legislative CouncilHofwhilcht the chief justice' as .p.h!id6nt.' Noiv tldshse fictionaries tire no Tolgoer biritliend with- the task of legislation, anild considdlieble, part of theii, other work is. .prforlbmed by the judgbs of the district courts. ,So. that in.point of .feat there remains but 'very liitle:.fbti'.tleii" to dbi oand wo.find, theo 'EUmfpire.' tictually. congratliliiing its reaiders on tlip.prospect of the arrears of busiiess that: accumulated while the-judg'es were members ,of,the Upper. IIHuso bueiug.igpt rid ot. And yet with the full knowledge tlat our revenhie is much diniinishedi ind thi.ttlue taxes on ten uid;isugar aru doomied at no distlit dail tb"he abolished, Mr. Isancs comsnds 6wil i ith tho monstrous proposition that.. w shall ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 5 May 1860

Wanted,       A MAID-SERVANT. Apply to Mrs       SOWERBY, Parsonage. 5415_______________       Wanted Shortly, A MARRIED COUPLE, (without incumbrance,) man as messenger, woman as general servant. Apply to Mr. SALE, Union Bank. 5427_____________   Wanted,         A SMART, active young MAN, one who well understands storekeeping in all its branches and possesses a knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply by letter to A. LEVY, Goulburn Stores, Queanbeyan. References required. 5382_______ To Labourers,       WANTED, TEN GOOD LABOURING MEN, on the Town Road ; 6s. per day. Apply to     R. FLECKNOE, or to J. MARSDEN. 5410______________   ! :To Quarrymen and ;Busl enb .,e T NDERS will bha received during thoe1lxt threer wvieks 'firim persons wii...

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