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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860
QIANB-EY"AN.RO -:rflToflnpR pnmh 8ltdhfot~be poitdet for .j.Ltth ' Gieitbeeeher? rald 'int the abovev ieigt lthboeuht. ,n d is iutlorisedtor to i?ir~ en~berbr enlabcet, netvotatsmdnrtie, and dreternord`er fortn'g norltseec names, adoerto ntoi is, and orders fotr ob printoig
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860
BIRTHS. On the 30th day of April, at Wonillah, Dalwood, Hunter River, the wife of ALWALD WYNDHAM, Esq., of a son. On the 5th instant, at Goulburn, the wife of Mr. ABRAHAM KERSHAW, of a son. MARRIED, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At St. Saviour's, Goulburn, on Monday, the 3oth ultimo, Mr. WILLIAM GEORGE ORBELL, to EMMA, third daughter of Mr. DAVID BROWN, of Grafton- &nbsp; street, Goulburn. &nbsp; &nbsp; WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1860. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. EXECUTION OF THE CONDEMNED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 9 May 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Y'sflTER~aY thoex treme sentence of the law was e*icsed out on Frederic!; Cloreo and Ellen Monks, bibin the preoincts of the Goolborn gaol. In addition to the sleriff, 'visitiug magistrate, gader, and olficrs oof thu-prison; there were present a bidy of the police force, armed; and a number of jurirs, and speciators, as witnesses of the execution. IThhourof execution named weas nine o'clock, but it }eio about IIlf-past nlite before it took place. Ai thiet hour chte onddemned crimInals came onut, ofterheving boon engaged in devotiont with tiheir epiritolR attendarits;. Thie woman Modiks came feist earorted, in fact almost literally carried, by the Itev. IMr. D'Aroy,.and lMr. Forster the gaoler. Anotler toman Caltolic elergymoan, the Rev. Mr. Lanigin, was also with them. The prisonurn ap pearedtlreadfully tbin and attenuated, and it was with diliculty that she reached tbe sciffold supported as she eas on each side. Clarke followed pintioned and in white elothiing. H...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
SOU'rI AUSTRALIA. (From the Empire.) We have Adelaide papers to the 1st instant. The ministerial crisis was the chief subject of local interest at that date. An accident had occurred on the Gawler railway line, the train coming into contact with some trucks on the line, when a passen ger named George Welden, a journeyman carpenter, was thrown off and killed. A fire had occurred at the Corporation rooms at Port Adelaide, and nearly the whole of the books and papers of the corporation were consumed before the flames ware sub dued. An inquest had been held, and a ver dict returned that the fire was the result of accident. The HIon. Anthony Forster has been ap pointed represoentative of South Australia at the Statistical Congress about to be held in London. ExPLonAoTo .-Theo ' South Australian Advertiber,' of the 25th April, says :-We be lieve that Mr Stuart is now fairly on his grand journey across the continent. He started with a light, but beautiful equiipped plarty, from Chambers's ...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
TASMANIA. (From the Empire.) Our papers are from Hobart Town to the 28th ultimo, and from Launceston to the same date. The ' Advertiser' has the following:-The convict Julius Baker is ordered for execution on Thursday, the 10th May. The unhappy young man has, we understand, sent in to the authorities additional statements in the nhture of memnorials, for the extension of mercy, but we believe there is no reason to expect any change in the sentence. Strong efforts are being made for the man William Fisher, who was sentenced to death fora rape on Mary Ann Brock, and if what is rumoured with respect to the prosecutrix be correct, there is a chance of the convict's life being spared. Tile culprit John Nash is also ordered for execution. Tent GovERNon.-His Excellency and Lady Young returned to town from Lann ceston on Monday from their visit to the northern capital. A meeting of the Executive was held yesterday at which Sir Henry Young was present.--' Mercury.'
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
VICTORIA. (From ihe Meldbourne Herald.) Ohn the subject of the frequent interruptions to intercolonial telegraphio communication, the Postnaster-Goneral imde the following Sstatemnet in the Assombly yesterday after noon:- ,' His attention had been early directed to the,mutt3r, and he had obtained a report frm the General Superiuntendent ofTelegraphs on the subject. lie (the officer mentioned) stated that thei interruption that had occurred between this colony and Tasmania, as fiar as could be at present nascertained was supposed to be tdue to damage done to the ' test houses' on l'hree-hummock Island in conosequence of the late gale that had swept Bassos Straits. Tl'he superintendent in the other colony would take care that the works were put in good order as soon as possible. The damage between this and New South Wales was due to the floods, portions of the line having been swept away in the otlher colony. The interruptions between this and Adelaide - -flt in tile largest degree by...
DISALLOWANCE OF THE TASMANIAN CONSTITUTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
DISALLOWANCE OF TIlE TASMANIAN CONSTITUTION ACT. (F?om the Home Newa,, March 19.) We apprehend that the grounds on which Ministers have determined to recommend her Majesty to disallow the Act for amending the Legislative Council of Tasmania will be con sidered by all parties to be both reasonable and sufficient. Two petitions have been pre sented in the loouse of Lords, lighting up the subject fiom two different points; and the negiative given in the one case appears to have been as wise and nas well considered as the fllirmative was just to the other. The pure administration ofjunstice and the integrity of the Legislature alike demand that the judges should be independent of the LeAislature, which they certainly could not be if ttley were permitted to have seats in the Legislative Council. It was the old Constitution Act by which they were formerly permitted to com mit that error, and nlot the Act by which it was aoentlded. ?iThe other cause rests on different grounds. In this inst...
"THE ROYAL CHARTER." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
'THE ROYAL ClIARTERI. The underwriters have recently sold the wreck of the ' Roval Charter' for £1000, to Meoars. Gilb. and Co., of Liverpool, her late owners. Operations are about to be com menced for the purpose of raising the wreck. A steam-tug and several boats have been moored near the spot, and a large number of epnrs and cosks have been brought from Liverpool to assist in bringing up what re mains of this ufaortnnate vessel. The 8th March ebb tide wa.q one of the lowest tlht had been known for yea a, antl a large portion of the wreck was exposed to view. A few days ago, a labouring man picked up a bar of gold, valued at £400; and he at once placed it in charge of the Customs authorities, and the poor fellow will be entitled to £15 or £20, by way of salvage only. The work of raising the wreck will occupy some time, as it is thought that not more than forty or fifty tone will be brought up in a day. Two more bodies were picked up in the buy on the 7th March. One appears that of...
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. FEARFUL SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. ('Freei the Sydney Morning Herald', Adelaide Tele graphic Correspondent.) FIAIt?IRFU SIIIPIVRIECI. 'The' '"Diatmtnd,' one of the steamers ie longing to the Cork Navipation Company, was wrecked off' St. David sa lead, on the 28th of Febratry, on her way to Liverpool, dad all on board, unmbering about fifty, were lost. An eye-witnesi thus describes the ter rific speOctale, in a communication which has been' published :--"'Pit unfortunate vessel was seen, about eight a.m., nrear the South Bishop and Ramsay Island, driving before the gale, and to nil appearance under no com mend. Sioe stt sck the rocks, and soon parted in three places; about thirty persons were seen on hoard, among those w'oere six soldiers and one female. 'T'lree of the nmn ench took a life-buoy and jumped into the sea; two of these were seen to sink very soon; one tInn, nesisted by some spara, kept on the water for about an hoer, but ultimately perished. Several attempts were made to throw a rop...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
IIAvINo alreaondy, sm?~what prommnently, id e, ted to, the a~rtateoments contiaihed in the S vidence:ofMIr. Rlihodes belore tihe Legisla tive Assumnbly, itis bhut flii':to glance at. the 'ieim i?ide' of the li'quesitioni,eis etainted in tile evaid?-e of the railway oflisilds., liin the oiut set, it, isI impessible to aveid tho conclusion .tht: lMr. Rhodes has been att'imptifigto 0drive io, hard blar'aiii :ilhi the Government, anid tthut Mir. Wtitton ,Ihas often titood botweevn .'-,haste...ntlefiitli unail tlih`lpniblic ipurse in a m.ainaer advtstagodu :to ihe 'public itself. ;'hia has, lpehalps urit tiily exited irritation ii. th nie iinibt of Mi Rhodlbd, who nmit hlave '.coitsidered linielitlperfectly justified in: his denUads,, bitt also engendered a degree of jeilousy and suispicion on:the other side thanti , lsu sormutinies shabled out causes of dctmllaiiit • ;there :lnO existed. .As to. the, question of the: bridges, cid the Menangle viaduct, of which' so Imudh hs b;ieani said,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
r?,HEI Friends of Mr. GELORGE HOADl, and Mam 1 bers of the Strangers' Friend Lodge of Odd fellows. M.U., are invited to attend the funeral of his deceased son, on Sunday afternoon, at thleo o'clock. Wanted, A M AID-SERVANT. Applyto Mrs. L SOWmEIlBY, l'arsonagc. 5415 To Labourers. r TANTED, TEN GOOD LABOURING M EN, V., ,on tho Tuemn Road; 6s. per day. 'Apply 'to 0R.FLIECKNCE,'orto J. t tARtSEIN. 54"'"'10 To Employers. : .. rTHE. friends of an intelligent 'lad, fourteen years. L of age, are desirous of approitioing: him .to .a respectable" trado .in- Goulburn. Apply to,, . J. WOODWA D. i . 5465 To Builders, &c. OOD RUBBLE` STONE, ready qliirried, earn .be had at a short distance from town, at ls. Sd: per load: .Apply to'J. J. WOODWARD . 5466 Church of England. TO ARCIIITECTS AND OTHERS. A PRENMUM:of X.50 will be given for the best . approved design for a Church 'at Gonlbirirn, to be accompanied with specifichtions, and foriw'irded, not later than 30th June, to the Secretaries,...
SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
SYDNEY. :' :: ? POLITtIAiL YafT.RuDAY we is great GIlld dny: yfor Mllr: Pirhes. ail he htd'lth Assiemtnhl "ll to hlsteolf for two'or three hours, when he mooed the adoption of his report on tile state of the working clatsses.:. After d long peech;, houwever, it- hoettno plin enough that the feeling 6f thoe Iotumo iaon ngalit?hin; ",iI do wonder that ia man of Mr. ParLes', broeal and ex pansive views on ninny questions solibuld be suddenly taken with the obsolete doctrines of protection; but so it is, nnd. anybody who mai. htLve taistken, the trouble mut- hai e observed- tile growing tlendency of his nltind to the politico of Mr; W.'B: Allen, for some time past. Well, this is the roolk.upon, which his report was wrecked ltst night. After a speech front Mr. Robiertson the Ilouse divided, when the report war rejetued by the enortdius majority of 27 to 6. Mr. I'urkes atd his committee o mgit as well have been employed in blowing soaplihuhhles.from tolnco-pipes, us in colleiing the docum...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
*AUCTIONEELS',RLEPORTS. ' * ia -Mr. J- )r TL.rJ EE (sueo8ssor to H. Greig) reports: -'Stock.-The market for both' fat and store stock u:ll3 i. s lpled; it r1i1- beodiflicult to effect sales to .aevantage for oomo time, the butchers having hoavy atock.on hldnd. Offered duringthe week one draft l. .,' . ,upto's station, nlso a draft from Lumley, N grdtir nuntllbr of which were withdrawn-the N.B. tht 21st IL 100 head of store cattloe, were a?o withdrawn, tho only offer being 50s. per head. Sold 2 'head fat cattle at from £4 to £5 pethebtl. Tie stall-fed ox, bred by G. Thorn, Esq., was, after a spirited compe-. tition, purchased by Mr. O'Donnell, for the sum of £17-weight, 1286 pounds; 1 pair working bullocks for L13; 1 pair for £11; and I bullock for £6. Hliorses.-No improvement to notice. Sold I ot .£20, and G hbed at from £3 to £7 10; borse-dray, £15 10s.; bullook-dray, £27; spring-cart and har ness, £22. 'rodlce.--Wbot is coming in but slowly; the demand for flour during the week ha...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—MAY, 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
PA lLIAAIEN'AVTA Y .. TEnaDAY' ic.b r 8:M Te apetaker, toolk the chair at half-past lthree o'clack , .. · · S . . . n QUESTIONS... . :, In answer to questions, it was stated by .Ministers; Thlt two private piunts were employed in facilitating tlhe traffic across the Nopeane River at Penrith --tliat the return ordered by tho House, relative to persons put upon their trial for.oapital olfinceis sinue 1840, was in cofreso of prepinrition;- thiat the Government hud liot inquired into the iillegationscodntaincd in a' petition from certain miniers at Adelong gold-fields, not iviilng been' required to take actioin in reference ilieorto bv the' Iouse;-thut a ?iprsof nei nmedlKnipe, whol haidbeen seuitenuced to three years'; imprison minct, hod iec ni subscquently lichantedrlin consequenco of the deliilituted satic of liis hlioalthl;-tls?'?thestate minst whvicl? had hbeeii'dude in the Ulonse ii refeo?ico to certaini expressiocis attributed to Judgo'Cary had had lio foundation in fact; tlhat ...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
* . .... coiMils'c1 l.?:; . .. :*\A L ' I t E .:'isALDo', Office, Friday evening. V'haveo no imaterial differehnc to report in: the general tone of. business since last week. Flour hae, however, got up very eonsiderably, being quoted at £85 per ton for filo. The-principal' mirv jlig causo hias beeri a heavy demand tfr. Kiandra. re. ad hai conseqouently risen to 9d. the 2 lb. loaf. * .-Produce.hoa come in ritherTfreely, and cheese is "at:a very low figure. ' ". " "':. ' '.. .. " Great incovve iienco is oxpeinenced by"'thie.store Spkrei8,' owing to the delay of teams ond the road a.m. Sde. ' tn. b]dite; .*": l ... .. -" " - * *' GOUL URN '. " ' -' -,i . " -' S'F'inbofidur, periotn t'.3.'.0... '35 0-0 -6ito 0-0'-;0:: *' eciinds;rlitto;'dited'...; ;..33 0 0 0' ' 0 ' I Wheat, per bushel .;..... .o 11 0 0 -12, '0,. ."Pollardl and Brain ditto-.-. . 0- 2 0 -2..0 00.' SOats, ditto:? :.;;..;;... "O0; 6 0 0 6 0 '-i S]Sirlea'"dlitta" '0..'4;0;. ;.. - 0: 4 "G " "." 0'','5'?;6;' Maize, dittob.'n ...
WEDNESDAY—MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
W DNEdDAY-M.AT 9., Tuh Legislative Council mit at tweontymliutson past four o'clock. , THE PUItd 'DEBT. In reference to tlie Qoueosflhnd debt; tbb CoiONmAL SBOaRETAIY replied to Mr. Deas Thomson's questions that the subject was one of such importatice that the time which the Government hbd hitherto been able to detvlot'l "nit had ioio sli~ ufficietfiiito''eibledthem to arrive at any conclusion as to the course to be pursued. :: In the course of the evening Mr. Does Tsoinieon announced .his intention .of opposing. the Official Salaries Alteration Bill, isnall its stages. . •The secondd reading' of the bill for 'the appoint ment of afourth judge, Wiias postponed to :t.he fot lowig diy. :The A'Asemnbly met at the usual hour. ' . . - ..,:QUETIONS. . . In answer to questions it was stated by M-Iinisters that tenders would le invited for ilte reconstruction of the,liridge at Picton; that the government had no presefitintention of establishing a telegraph office at Cnmden.;dui'd that'it wa...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. From our files received on Thursday night and from the selections made by the Sydney daily papers we glean the following additional items of news- TIHE ITALIAN QUESTION. Adespatch from Paris, published in the 'Post' of sMarch 19, announces the actual acceptance on March 18, by King Victor Emmanuel of the annexation of I'arma, Modena, and the Romogna. Ho is to accept the annexation of Tuscany this day. Both acts will be submitted to the I'arliament of Sardinia. At Vienna the French Government has given notice that its troops will leave Lombardy, and has expressed the hope that Austria will adhere to the promise made at Villafranca to abstain, from nay nterference in noe-Austrian Italy. To this the Emperor has in general terms, assented. He has, however, instructed his ministers to draw the atten tim of France to the intrigues carried on bh' Sardinian agents, and by the ministers themselvm 0S to alienate Venotia from the Austrian empire, agasl No, which project Au...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860
.. -. tl, CORRJS1iUSU~S y TS' OV ' l ýT O??OrpaoOfllt, to .ooureoru tetltttof thr.t lotter, ·ate re qt.te1 i be L, ki Very lonttytt raoeo sobtom to Cortttpoti toot are iluttdot, Otht we jOfOm to 1ort ooty Ittte.e Cht ate writtnco Intllogibly. We cotoettantly Meinq l.oooOunoI.Oati00P, to wilhto II 0tOIe 00dwd& rtoquool, "t t 0. 0iII coooe niot0okte. TNa entollo too on ttunl of -ottoqo 11.01 It to unfair to hlnpoce ons; cn onddltloo to oyth we are often ooft nblf ooootA moo e talot gowa At iIo £.Cr.titttila' 0113lnQ Wootlo ý .1._ too ..oof~ toO- 010 foc 01010 I..(,r,;Oafo Oh .ood t o 1at 1,100 ht00lon to h1e cpop of0th0 (t otj of fohtototto frooo Moot- oar otal too'0lnp ooh fomt tOo3dt0 01. andiooooootof , mofptootot guard "`' i.eijiii it the tilpulcilotlojp onf pbvlrltm