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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

SKINNER AND GO. Soda Water Lemonade Sarsaparilla Ginger-Beer, and All kinds of Cordials. O',SDERS by .post, or otherwise, immediately at : tended:to. MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET, Nearly.opposite Catholic Chapel, gi91 Goulburn. • CiCO OIija.. BENJA1IN DE LISSA 1EGS to inform the inhabitants of Cooma. and. tha sunrrounding district that he has taken out OA-"CTtONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold ipg rgular 'Auction Sales, and will he happy, to sell .-re.goodS entrusted to hi charge. .. - o' '" mmlssion strictly, moderate. 4600oo EDWARD] BINGHAIM, (8UCOE8son TO OArLASD AND AN INOIHA,) 115, York-street, Sydney, STOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer of' English and American agricultural imple ments, steam engines, cattle, sheop, horses, &c Agent for. Tnaxford and Sons, Ransomo and Sims, eoward Brothers, Barrett and Co., and Keonan and Sons. 4908 Colonial Produce Sales. TIHE, undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, L every FRIDAY, at their. 2rodtuc Stores, 66, Kiig-street West aWe...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

S; TO£TE PUBLiC0 0, WING to the gret increnae in the blsines of thie , ..';Giulbhuii leraBl ' lnie, it was tfond :inces .nary two yoear C'"gp) to *I'ienraildiioiinl.prolniiOB tnd jitining thse tlh?t.h'dl lilltierto been iicuiicpied; uld "the stno incrmace con tittiail,, tlie proprietor tine tignain found" lhel nccmoii udoiliodt .frTilrd byd tlhrcai.: premises too blonll fur:thn ithnqtwdv i ualhih?ery theu e.Oteusion of his business has rendered niecessary, arid whioli is now ehurtly expectod to arrivu in teio Aot reiry constiderable exipen re, h ,ereo prilitinii uflice, superior in ien o'ndd coinpleteness tony ouiit Sydnev, han just been erected in the mois? central part o' the tuwoi; liund thither il?'ebusiuness nf the otice, has beent remuovod, und ?vill.from and after to* day be curried on. The best ithanks of the proprietor arwodie dfor the degroee of upport, whichhan jinstilied himu in taking this step.. . " , :.. ,, ! . 'Tllb' new preui«os immi direy. .ldju?in theo Aut tralial...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herm[d. Smn,-In your last publication appeared a letter, signed " Another Churchman." After the expres sion of his satisfaction that a suitable edifice for a cathedral had been proposed, hbe takes exeeptis to what has been determined and agreed upon by . body of churchmen--a meeting of the Church of England congregation called together in the manner prescribed by the Church Act. I would take leave to suppose the meeting had no$ the advantage of Another Churchman's presence; his opinions, however, were represented by otherse. Tie subject was fully and candidly entertained, and the opposite conclusion arrived at. Another Churchman can show no love by provok ing dissentient views on thie first question that has been raised and determined, viz., the proposed site. Why was not real regarld to the church's interest shown by tlo.acceptanc'eof the invitation made to the congregation to meet and becomingly to consider all the circumstances cohgeeted with the new...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sm,--I bog to inform you that there is a man, named William Walsh, living at Mittagong, in this distriet, who is 107 years of age. He arrived in the colony in 1798, sixty-two years ago. He was then 45 years of age. I was talking to him to-day, and I can assure you, Mr. Editor, he seems likely to live for many years yet. He is enjoying good health and moves about quite hearty, with strong intellect, which seems no way impaired. He has living seven children, thirty-six grandchildren, and seven great-grandhebildren. I send you this thinking it may bhe worth publishing in your valuable journal. I am, Sir, Your most obedient servant, JAMES HEATON, Watch-house Keeper, 8th May, 1860" Bargo.,

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PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

PICTON. (Fmro a CorrespoAnren?., The roads are in a state positively frightful. A largo number sf men are engaged repairing the bridge; and nearly a hundred drays are waiting to cross from the other side, and from the hMenangle road. FoIGnTFU ACCIDrENT.-A lad about thirteen years old named Hudd, living at Campbelltown, meot his death by pulling a gun from onle of the brays when it went off, and the contents entered his breast and came out at the shoulder, killing him instantly. SUDDEN DeATr.-An old resident of this town, by the namo of John Ross, dropped aead on Monday morning i cause at present unknown.

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

LACIHILAN DISTRICT. ., -: '(Froio.our own Correspondent.)" ASSAULTING CONSTABLES.-A short tilm since two constables; stationed in the .Wellington district, in returning from Bathurst, stop'ped at an inn at Jeommaboug, near Bundaburra. There had been a cricket match that day in the neighbotrhood;-and severhl of those who-had witnossed the sport called at the Jemmnabong inn on their way home. Both they and tile constables enjoyed themselves for an hour or two; after which the latter threatened to put some of. the company on the chain, although I am iniformed no obscene language had been used, and no improper conduct taken place. The consta bles, however, who were not in uniform, were first called on to allow their authority, and then pitched into, rcceiving a severe beating. I way hero mention that the chief constable of this district is one of the most efficient ollicers, and one of the most respectable men in the force. It is owing to his exertions that our neighbourhood is so quiet...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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.] COOMA CATHOLIC CHURCH. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

CORRESPONDENCE. all pertelr, and we ore therefore willing to give Insertlon to all templrastely and Intelligibly written leltters oo subjects of public interest, .?re though the opnloiones advanced may be dimetorically opposite to our own.] COOMA CATHOLIC CHURCH. To the Editor of the Goolburn Herald. Sin,--Wllilo perhaps I ought to express my obligation to you for noticing the temple which the catholics of this district have erected to the honor and glory of their Creator, I could have wished that your correspondent had given the building its proper designation. It is not a chapel, but a church in magnitude and in architectural develop. ment. I have often thought it strange that, while those who are separated from the ancient church of christendom build a place, however insignificaht in size, and shape, and appearance, it is called a church, al.d, on the other hand, the successors in faith of those who erected St. Peter's, in Rome, the cathedrals of Milan, Glastonbury, and Heading a...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

TUENA. (From our own Correopondent.) Many of the diggers who left hero for the Snowy have returned to their families for the winter, pur posing, however, to return to the now El Dorado in the ensuing spring. It is to be hoped that these mon will direct their energies to develop the latent trea sures which surround them, as there can be no ques tion but that a vigorous and systematic prosecution of digging operations would be attended with bene ficial results to themselves, and tend to increase the prestige of the Tuena and Aborcrombie, as gold fields. It is much to be regretted that the example of Victoria is not more generally followed on our diggings, in respect to the formation of companies, which in most cases have been very successful; and probably the hint thus thrown out may induce some parties to give the matter that consideration which its importance demands. The local patrons of the Tuena national school are using vigorous exertions to secur te necessary funds to enable th...

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FRIDAY—MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

The Fourtb JufigoAhpjbinLmoiit Bill wa 40(1 econd ltime in the Legislative. Council.' In thoeAssembly ir.'Scorr is nov :o ing that a land bill enacting fre oselection shou:d ho noduta.

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

PERn ELECTRIC ThLEGRAIN . ., HIURSODAY MAY 110. The estimates were nearly finislied. ''ho government hoayobeen forced to 'abaidon the attempt to add £21)O0 to the alariT ofMr. M. Fitz patricak,the Unider-secretory for Lands, to'wh'om it was iiteonded to give thli' post of Chief Land Coin nisaloner.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

2dISCELLANEO US. CRUELTY TO COLOURED SEAMIEN.-The masters and officers of American ships appear, from a number of cases recently brought to light, to be committing great cruelty upon the coloured portion of their crews, resulting in the deaths of many. Miss BURDETT COUTTS has just transferred to the University of Oxford the sum of £5000 for the foundation of two scholarships for Geology. She has at the same time presented to the University a valuable collec tion of Devonshire fossils to be added to Buckland's Museum. TIHE METROPOLITAN RAILWAY appears at last to be fairly started; and the works, we are told, are to be forthwith vigorously pro ceeded with. The route will be from the Great Western Railway Station at Padding ton along South Wharf-road, Praed-street, Marylebone-road, Euston-road, Bagnigge Wells-road, to Victoria-street, near the foot of Holborn-hill. There will be a branch in connection with the Great Northern Railway, at King's-cross. The railway, nearly through out, wi...

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COUNTRY NEWS. MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

COUL NT2RY NE WS. MORUYA. (From our own Correspondent.) NATIONAL SCHOOL.-Eflorls are being made to procure the establishment of a national school here, but, as usual in this enlightened locality when any really beneficial project is mooted, up start hosts of objectors, endeavouring to overturn it, or at least to substitute for the original design some crotchet of their own. The opposition this time has taken the form of a clamorous outcry against the national nystem, stigmatising as "godlessness" and "a com promise with Satan," what is in reality to an unpre judiced mind its principal recommendation, namely, lhe absence of any sectarian influence in school hours. I understand it is the wish of the obstructive party to procure government aid in establishing a denominational school in the township, but these worthy Jacobite compeers of the mad presbyter of Maitland will, I hope, never accomplish a design so well adapted to perpetuate and nourish in this country the bigotry and ill wil...

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LATEST FROM TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

LATEST FROM TARANAKI. (From the Empire.) By the arrival of the ' Lord Worsley' we have Taranaki news to the 20th ultimo. We take the following from the ' Auckland Examiner': We have reliable information that the mes senger despatched from Waikato to inquire into W. Kingi's title, have reported adverse to him, and that Potaton had expressed him self in positive terms to the effect that he would have nothing to do with the Taranaki affair, and that, us to the people who had taken to plunder and murder, it was not likely that peace would be made with them. It is expected that the Ngatimanipotos, a section who side with the Taranakis, and Ngatiruaunis, will come to King's assistance, and by the road endeavour to cut off To Teira and Ihaia, whom they regard as the cause of all that has taken place. But although there is good reason for be lieving that the Waikatos will not now inter fere, it aplpears certain that the supporters of the Maori King movement are determined to persist, and ar...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

LOCAL INYTELLICEIWCE. POlCE RnP'OItT.iT O nWedlnesdy a oe offender was-fined and auothoer dismissed wihl a nation for druideiilcse.-Danrby track w?s rd sed to pay Is. fine and as. lOd. coots, for an. nassau on John O'Brien.-Charles Brady was summoned y Joseph Chapman, for non payment of..wagesr' 5s .:Th evidenceo showed that coniplainant hand. een dis missed, without noti?ce, for .not obeying i'ections given him by;tlo'oilefendant., Th ,doefudae t.relied on this as ajustification of his refusal -to nay, and submitted to the court that:the case should beo dis missed, as the defendant, by Ihis impertine c' and refusal to obhlyiorders, had put himsellfout f court, Tihe henclh, howevoer, tools a different vieo of the matter, and awardci tho uniount claimed, sa?ting, at' thbi same time, that" M ..Brdildy "ought 'to hnav brought the domplhinalit to court at,' onceo on.dis missing him. The ainouiint'as paidl-On Thurs lay, before the Police Mlagistrate and ' IIt'IIovell, osq., Williain Powe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 12 May 1860

TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS Watch-house, Tumut. ATTENTION is invited to a notice in the. ' Government Gazetto,' calling for. tenders for ERECTING a WATCII-OUBISE at TUMUT. Tenders, to be endorsed " Tenders for Watch housoe,.Tumut," will be received at the office of Publio Works, Sydney, up to- 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 2uth May. ' Plan, specifleation, end form of :ondor mu On-?, no, and further partidulars obtained at the Colonial Architect's office, Sydney; or at the police-ofice, Tumut. 5403 JOB PRINTING CHEAP, SUPERIOR, AND EXPEDITIOT .S, AT THEl HERALD GENERAL PRINTING OIPFIOt. AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. W. R. RILEY, R ETURNS his sincere thinks to the InnhlatntW of the Southern Districts for thq very libers patronage they have hitherto extended to the ahovq Establishment; and, soliciting a continuance eS their favours, takes the opportunity of informing them that he has just received, direct from one qf the leading English manufactories, a considarrble raidi. tion of Now TYPr AND OTuE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

REMOVAL. r?RHE IIerald office to next door to the Australian l Store, the site formerly occupied by the Austra lian Hotel, Auburn-street, Goulburn. "lomciopathy. DR. ?MOORE wishes to inform his numerous patients that heois sorry to have caused them a useless journey to Gundaroo, Quenabeyan, and llungendore. The mistake has arisen from the month beginning on Tuesday, and the adver tisement showing Collector the first lIMon day, then follows Gundaroo, &e.; but Dr. M. will talke care to prevent any such mistake in future: therefore, persons wishing to consult him may depend on his arrival at tile time appointed, unless prevented by floods or the like; even then he will be in attendaneb as soon us possible. But to prevent any further mistake this month, Dr. M. visits Braid wood, May 15th; Yals, 22rnd Sutton Forest, 29th. Dr. MOORE. Goulburn, May 11th. 5467 English Newspapers. TUST received by the ' Malta,' the English News tJ papers "for March, including, at one shilling each, '...

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THE ITALIAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

THE ITALIAN QUESTION. (From the 'elume Nebs.) The question of the sttilement of Italy, together with one or two topics which have bien bound up with it, has engrossed during the past month, as daring so many previous ones, almost the whole .interest, which has attached to the politics of continental Europe. The past month, howevor, has not been spent in mere discussion and speculation. Great events have occurred ; and the Italian ques tion seems at length to approach a practical issue, one way or another. That question was first of all,' since the publication of our last, materially modified by the statement of his Italian policy, which was given by the Emperor Napoleon in his speech at the opening of the French Chambers. From the statements which it contains it `will be perceived that the emperor expressed fin emphatic opposition to the annexation of the Duchies and the Romagnato Piedmont. lie desired that the range of annexation should be limited to Parma and Mlodena, that an inde...

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SYDNEY AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

SYDNIY AGENCY. I i. ARTIIlUJ CUlBITT; News Agent, Hunter Sstreet, Sydney, has been appointed a»ent for tlhi paper, a«d is authorized to receive advertrisen n .ts sibscrip~ions, ud partmente for sdvertniingf esiounIIs, "

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SPAIN AND MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

SPAIN AND MOROCCO. (From, the Home Neows.)t The terms of peace proposed by the Spanish government, and rejected by' the M[oors, have excited mnuch speculation and surprise in England. They comprise no less than the whole of the territory conquered, including Tetuan, an indemnity: for the costs of the war, amounting to the incredible sum of 200 millions of reals, certain` express ad vantages for Spanish commerce, the cession of a port on the coast of the Atlantic, near the Canary islands, and the right of Spain to establish a diplomatic agent and a religious missiol at Fez. The modesty and good faith of these proposals will be fully appre i:ated, when it is recollected that at the out set of this most unnecessary and unrighteous war, Spain declared that she did not con template, and would not avail herself, undler any circumstances, of any territorial acquisi tions arising out of it. Ministers have been questioned in both IHouses of Parliament on the subject, but they hold as yet a p...

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