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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

Tne proceedings of Thursday were britly reported per electrio telegraph, in qur last. lThey .were of little interest, and do not call for further report. ; On Friday the exmnainaton, of witnesses respect ing the railway works was proceeded 'with, and it was resolved to continue the name on the" folioiing 1riday, r The Chinese Immigration ?legulation Bill was discharged frums the paper on the ground that it was not competent for a private memiber to introduce a bill imposing anew taix. In the eourse of the ovening?a demonstration by tho.unemlplPyed'was mode outsido the walls ofsthe Assemibly..- The particulars dire noted in the ltter of our Sydney correspondent .. rIT e ELECTrIOi TELEOthAPII.J . On Tuesday there was no quorum of the Assembly.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

FOREIIGN INTELLIGENCE. (From the ' Home News.') Two New Zealanders, says a Vienna letter, have recently arrived in this city, and .hiavo been presented to their majesties. Toetoe, the elder of the tw?, delivered a speech in hii own tongue, and handed a German transla tion of it to their majnesties, hlbo manifested the greatest interest in the circumstances of tile natives of the Antipodes, and the Esm tress addressed Toetoe, who had some know edgo of English, in thiat language. . Zim merl, of the State priuting-oflieo, icted as interpreter. 1 The 'Vienna Gazette' gives the following literal traislation of the speech, de livered on the occasion:-".We greet thee, we greet thee, Fraucis Joseph, Enilperouotf Austria. Groat has been oua desire to see thee, and that is the reason of our journey to this country. We desired to" see thee, Em peror of Austria; we desired also to see tie country of the foreigner. 't'hb commander of thy ship of war, the ' Novara,' said to the governor of New Ze...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 May 1860

COUNTRY NEWS.   QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. This court, i thie absence of Judge Callaghan, was opened and adjourned troai day tb day by the regis. tiar from Mouday, the -7, till Thurasday, the loth oistant.: There was a list of eighteen new cases and oni utintinucd uete.; '' Mr. Freestone, Mr. Doevereaux, Mr. Mann, and Mr. Gannon were the advocates in attendance upon the court. Upon taking his seat on the bench on Thurslday? at a littlo before twelve o'clock, the judge said that he regretted having been unable to open the business of the court earlier. H. said his absence had beaen occasioned by his engagements at the Yass Courts. IT? had been sitting in that court till about three' o'clock in the afternoon of Tuesday. the 8th; he had tunrted for Queanbeyan on horsebnck on the follow ing morning, and had been all that day in the saddle, not having been able to reach Mr. Davis's, of Ginin derra, till about ten o'clock on Wednesday night; and even to do this he had been ob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

English Newspapers. TUST received by the ' Mallta,' the English News S papers for Marchl, including, at coo shilling each, ' Weekly Dispatch,' 'Sunday Times,' ' Lady's Newspaper.' At sixpence each: 'Lloyd's Nervws paper,' ' News of the WVorld,' and'Reynolds's News paper.' The whole of tile current dates from the departure of the previous mail are on sale,. REMOVAL. TIHE Herald office to next door to the Australian I Store, the site formerly occupied by the Austra lian IIotel, Auburn-street, Goulburn. JOB PRINTING CHEAP, SUPERIOR, AND EXPEDITIOUS, AT THE HERALD GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. W. R. RILEY, I ETURNS his sincere thanks to the Inhabitants of the Southern Districts for the very liberal. patronage they have hitherto extended to the above Establishment; and, soliciting a continuance of their favours, takes the opportunity of informing them that he has just received, direct from one of the leading English manufactories, a considerable nddi tion of NEw TY'Pc...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

AlS CELLARNO US. A letter from St. Petersburg states that in certnin Governments the oplposition of the nobles to the emancipation of the serfes becomes ,ore and miore decided. The Caucasus being conquered, Russia is occupying herself earnostly with Contral Asin. rhe construction of new fortifications on the river Syr-Bari is about to be commenced, in order to complete the line of forts already raised. The author of theagigantic project of a railway firom Moscow to Tiflis; through Kiew, is at present in St. Petersburg. MI. Lubanski has gone to Paris with the hope of constituting a committee to carry this plan. The financial situation of the country is the most serious question at present. It occupies public attullention even more than the eman cipation of the peasants, which, however, is sufliicientlv serious. • Intelligenc firom the right wingr of the line of the CaOucasus states that tho entire tribe of the Natuclizesr , amnounting to about 25,000 souls, who inhabit the counatry b...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

T.E prosecution of oertain street orators in Sydney, for endeavouring to incite thle popu lace tio a breach of thle peace, seelms to have iaised the questiOli of pooUlar righ tanld par-. liamentary privileges. We do niot, however, clearly see that these questidns ard necessarily involved ii the matter. A few persons con trived.to gather a violent and tumultuous crowd in front or the Assembly chamber, and their shouis were heard inside. the walls of the buildiing. In this there was , n exhibition of miseraibly bad.patriotism, an~ l.worse taste; blt the case couldhave been dealt with in the ordiuary course of law, without troubling pre cedenuts for parliamentary usages, orsearching the constitution. fbr tile rights of the people. We apprehend that it is only when the ordi nary tiibunals of the conlitry aire unable to deal with.uffenders, that any peculiar powers possessed by the parliament ought to be called into play. In the present case an assemnbly, duly convoked according to law, ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

GLLONA L EXT7'RA CIS. TIn STlMrp Exttacronil.-The new |ateit treu and stump extractor, of which a modelwas shown by Mr. Rawliason at the last exhibition under the- auspices of our Agricultur'al and llorticultural Society. is now an establihed fiIct. On .Mlonlday lfternoon Mr. T. F. Aston (the angent fur the sale of the manehins), and severail thers interested in ugricultural pursuits, weIre invited by the Ipatentene to witness the fi.rst experiment writhl tis novel inveotin. The trial took place on the (deIselv timnhereld section of Mr. Patrick ],ynch, ool the 3Iallnarilt rand, betueen F'tanufori end the Ehureku hotel. The fet "subjecct" operated upon was a gnarled triegebarek stump, standing some five feet out tf thle gloend, Itllnt measring forty-six inchen in circuumference. Froml the time the mnachine was F'ot into geur, untl the stunnli, with its i:anitlht roots was bid horizontally on the swarld, searcelv itlll, mintutes elpsedl. The work was dione ts clean as could bhe wished...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

SYDNKY hItOn OUR OWN 0OassmrnEnntvT4. Wednesday, 4 p.m. rol.tTtcAL. ' Tz resolutlions. for the purpolse of sttltifying the Assembly int the- matter of the Working 'Cliasns Leport, and asking them to vote back again their previous negative, were to have come on last night, but didn't, seeing that there was "no house "-a clr cemstatnce whilch it is just possible, may be attribst able to the fact of those same resolutions being on the paper, It woultd have been much better, ho'v ever, to have firly debated tihe question, and fiirly rejected the mistaken poliey inculcated in these reso lctions. The greatest ruhbish in the world will serve at times to gull the working man, who, in most instances, has too much to do in attending to hIis own private affairs to do his own politicl thinking. It is thus that he too often becomes.thebo dupe and tool of the mere trading political charlatan. Now there can be no doubt that we have a number of this latter class in Sydney, who., withtout ver doing ...

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SELECT POETRY. MR. LOVER'S VOLUNTEER SONG. THE TWO BARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

.:. ::'B ECT POETR?Y. M'R. LOVEItt'siVOLUNTEER SONG. TIX TWO O BAIRRLS. Thert's a barrel Thave itt nera oer sanug, Well ctlharg;d with the best ofi goal; n"; With a rankard nf that, lw then limer will slip by, With t pipa ta t a smng, or gol tale; 1ii a fCinMl ft, m ??it over the a?s shulid step in, II 's hritl'l wilth a I heartv god ctl.er, Aond never repent as Iheo tantes the contenls Ofan Englismatu 's bnrrel aof beer. There's a barrel I have. but much stranger than beer I the charge whicl for thai I intend; It h?nne by the chilmnt,v in readiness near, For 1 anlln it my h?Erth to defend. I a feoe from jtt vr.er Iha way lshtul drop in, Wel'l m:et him with three hearty cheers;'. 3lnt I tlnk he': ltl epent when he t:stes tai contents Or the harrela of stout Volnloters. And thlas dtlm .bchaarrell'td my boys, let us lire, Prepare.! for tar frietntls ortr foen; Te halld e hlt int frientltbip will readily give, is as. redy nat need to give blraws. Atri whether tin spipttorrtriggter we d...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

- PARLIAMENTARY.?'~KY TuBsnAV-MAY~ 15;` 11w ~h Asscnibly 1hbr( Wvas nlo quorum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

Queanboyan. WTANTED, in the above district, an efficient t AGENT and CORRESI'ONDENT fori the ' Goulbur Hlerald:' To Labourers. W ANTED, TEN GOOD LABOURING hIEN, on thle Tucoa ioned; O s. er day.. Apply to -I. FLEChNOE, or to J. MARISDEN. 5410 Tenders AInE required for repairs, &e, at tlhe Australian Store, Auburn-street. " Plan andll Sp?ecification may be seen at the office. of the understgned, to whom tenders must be for warded on or before Tuesday, 22nd instant" II. 11 VOSS.? Argyle Chamibers. IMay 15, 1860. 5489 Board and Lodging. f|lWO respectahbl young men can he accommodated L with Board and Lodging, at Mrs. EVANS'S, opposito the New Argyle Store, Auburn-street. --," " - " " 5207 Notice . rpHiE pnblie are respeoetully informed tlat ?Ir. L CIIAILES WOOLLEYbans'beeu eppoaitad to collect four the Goulburn District Hospital. WILLIAbl ROSS, o508 · . - B., " ' . ... Secrentary".. . For Sole, C00 1aMORlE, Livorpool Plains district. at presaunt tho i"'nstoeked;, well-erassed: ...

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WEDNESDAY—MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

" VDE'DAY--MAY 16. Considerable progress was made with the esti mates, and other business of minor importance was trans?cted.

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. ?Irsra. I'. Dloanu AnDi LC. report:--Stonk.--Thls market, enallo y, vory fit. WYo have sold? hoead of horses, st from £4 to £7 o., several he.d of a better celass hbving becn'?ub ditted nnd oslthdraon. Spring cart, horse and harnbss,for £80; cart, £11 10s. Phe butehern are pleonttflly supplied with bf.h e ' hc 70 head fat ctlUd aderltised for sol bytus tere ttesn ote to tho Sydney marktet. Pooduwe.e.- lth the .neopFtou of tho rltso tno heot, prlcs retnl?a statlonory. , Mlr. ,. FOwtJats reports :--Stok.--Tho fet stbiek 'earkht fully eupplled, tho prloes rmanioini nbont the snane ns'uoted laet otecle Sold on 'C'hursdoy n draft from Ier; ifaloney, of Iblk?cell, at very loer prlces. Ihorses.--Sold I:hendtdt prlrus franm £3 15s. to £9 Ito.; I horse, eart, und~hornoss, £1.7; bu!Iock droy, £20 bullock dray, old, h10, lore droy, £12,-2 ,mre, at £14 oath. , 'Nodule..-Sold, sonCC last report, 100 ha.?t es oato, 2 tons potatoco, 0b bslelbarley, 2 tons flours, ton cheese, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

Iroo CrR~s'~f Ibei ~ttm IbyrC1n. ro~S~r1Crib'i Tbd. . I~(i) ·CrUC Ct th.I~ It is L tf.It tor bopos. ICW~ .rddoIC I obtrc.rCtlC~bCWCCI~hCCI b

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IS 'removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn; BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND p I T'T - S.T RE E T, SYDNE Y, Next the IVMetropolitan .Hotel. 5417 -. 'EDWIVARD BIIINGHAM, (SUCCESBOR TO QGARLAND AND NINGII.13,) 115, York-street, Sydney, ITOCK and STATION AGENT, and Importer k of English and American agricultural imple bents, steam engines, cattle, sheep, horses, &e. Agent for Tuxford and Sons, Rinsomo and Sims, IIownard Brothers, Barrett and Co., and Keeon and ns. "n s.98 Colonial Produce Sales. T1HE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, I every FRIDAY, at their 'roduc Stores, 66, Iing-street West- Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at theis usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepskins, and tides sent for unreserved sale. DURHAMI an...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

CALmP~~fLtAL. Ulrolrr r. I h. 1·~oo' SLTulrI)A ....·.. ac· 51 5 0l tO~ SUUII......·.Y ..1 O3 60145 .NL J~US0&Y .5Y1 055 450 *isKOII&Y.. ····· * I~ 05 . 0 ~ 54- 45

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

S ' TO'IHE PUBT1IC. _ I'' G to th ernt increGse in the btlines nf the jGo" bulurn lIralt'uffier, it was found nccs sar r twoo years anlo to scure additional premises ad jutiang tslhe that had hitherto been occupied; and the csame Iuntordse rontinnig, .the proprietorrhas ragin found the accoummnodation afforded by these trelss too sinell ir teie impnrei cd naebinery the rxtensionT of his bsinss haas rendered necessary. at wh'ceh is ntw shttl"y eipectod to arrive in the colony. " .. .. " r 'nl o' At very conskrale npen oseterefgre ampi witg ffire, supertor in sine nnd cotpluteness tony outof lSvdlneo, just been erected p in thle most central rte, otf tihe tin a nd tt titer the business of the utie, has been remyneod, and wifnrom nod after to ,dy he carried en. ". tle bhrst thaits of thie proprietor .are due for the degr of suprport, ahic hsbauitifir? him in taltking this step. The sew pretises immediately adjuio the Aun tratian Store. " *Herald' t)[liteetlth May, 1800. TO SUlB?CtItBIl...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

GOULBUtN . . ' Pine flour, per ton ......... 3 00 to o0 00: Seconds, ditto, ditto........ 33 0 0, 00 0 0 Wheat, per bushel 0.......... 0 11 0 '0 12 0 Pollard and Bran, ditto ... 0 2 0 .0 0 '0 0 Oats, ditto ... . 0 5' 0 : "0 : 6 0 Barley, ditto ............... 4 6::0 .56 : hinize, ditto, new ......... O I60 0 0, 0 Ilay, per toa ................;. 0:80; 0 90 0 0 Potatoes, ditto ......;.l... -.0 . -6' 0. 0 Bocon,perlb. ............... 0! ,0 8. 0: 0, 9' Broad, per 2lb. loaf......... 0 :0; 9'" 0.,0' 0" Cheese, ditto, plentirul...... • " 0' 44 ' " 0- 0 6 Salt butter, plentifti ..0. ,0 1 0O 0 1 2 Freshditto .............. 0 1 0: 0 1 6 Eggo, perdozcn ........ 0 .. 02 '0-: . 0: 29 9 Powls, per pair ...0 2' Turkeys, each .....'.'0 4' 0':- 0 :0 O Geese, each 0.. .. . . 6 0 '".0 0 .0 Daucks, per pair ..........0.. 0 4 0 0- 65 0 Cattle, for slaughter, aon- - .. cording to weight........ 5 0 0; 8 8 0'0 Sheep 014 i. 0 ol O' 16 ,:0 Pigs, per lb. .................' 0 0 4 0 0 00 T'llow, per cwt. in d...

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COMMERCIAL 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

S. COUiERCIA L 'H?no* L' Offle, Friday evening. BdstUst' transMotions rcmain murat thle 'ame a in our la.t? orpool. .here are still a eontinuul amourrt of orders in hbad' for Iiundra ' Produce continues low, but we have no material alteration to note in tire prices . r ihe purchase of some fusongold ls reported at thbe Austi |lininorne. .

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

TUENA. (Fren our owen Cwerrsl dent.) I have had the opportunity of directing attention, through the columns of the ' HIerald,' to the incon venience resulting from the distance at which the police force is stationed from the township, and the consequent evils which result. Some short time since, John Chinaman took a fancy to a few articles. in Iliggs' store, and last week another sample of the Mongolian tribe played oft a little prank at Chard's store, when a species of Lynch law on-a small. scale was administered to the culprit. The facts are shortly these:-John visited Chard's, after dusk, in search of plums, lwhich the shopman was stooping under the counter to procure, when John's affec tions tdok a - turn from fruit to leather, as ho managed to take a pair of boots and throw them ofstside the store, however, his movements being watched, he was taxed with the theft but bolted, when a sort of hunt in the dark tookl place. ending in MIr. Chard's capturing poor Joht, tying his pig-t...

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