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COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. (Pom nr orn Corrapondel.) NATionaL SctooL-A meeting was held at the Australitt Hlotel to-day, for the purpose of raising . subscriptions towards the building a National School. The meeting was not attended so largely as might have been wished, but those presentseemed to take great interest in the matter. R. Dawson, Esq., being voted to the chair, opetned the meeting by calling attention to the fact of there being ,;o scheol worth speaking of in the township, and children growing up in ignorance. He read some extracts from the laws of national schools, from which it ap peared, that were the sum of £2h0 subscribed by the inhabitants of Cooms, the board of education would give £400 more. A board of eigltt patrons was sppointed, and also a secretery and treasurer, and the sum of £100 sas itemediately subscribed in the room. A Toectr SunscenEn. - Some ignoramus, sigeing himself a "subseriher,' complains in Saturday's paper, that I call the catholic place of worship a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

TITLE DEEDS RIEAI)Y FOR DELIVERY. Tune deeds of grant specified in this list being ready for delivery to the grantees, or their agents duly em powered, it is requested that early application may be made for them at the Surveyor General's ofice. Authorities must bear the signatures of the gran - tees, attested by a magistrate. Parties applying for deeds are particularly re quested to state timhu numbers placed against those, they may require. 964 ASLING John, Auckland, 5 acres 3 roods 10 perches, portion 2 965 Aflleck John, ditto, 32 acres, portion 12 . 978 Allan Thomas, Goulburn, 2 roods, allotmenot' of section 6 979 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods, allotment 7 of section' 6 : 980 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods, allotment 8 of section 6 981 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods, allotment 9 of section 6 982 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods, allotment 10 of section' 6 986 Abernethy James, Camden, 49 acres and 32 perches 987 Ditto, ditto, 53 acres 2 roods 3107 BLATCHFORD it HII., Goulburn, 25 perches. allotment 8 of section I I 3...

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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 — 19 May 1860

CORESPOYDENCE. LW. are deslroue that our columns sbould be regarded a open to all parties, and we are therefore wilting to gie in.lertion te all temperately and Itntelliilbly nritien leiter. on cubJeeto lo public Interest, eren thouagh the opinions admned may be diametrically opposite to our oen.] To the Editor of tdie GoulbTrn Herald. MIR. EnTon.-An anonymous writer, styling him self Another Chu0 ciman, stated in your paper of the 9th-" WVe Ihave a large and commodious school house, &c., &c., capable of containing as many scholars as can conveniently attend on schoolt I think he has never seen it. At all events he is very much mistaken. The school-rooms are very inconvenient-ill adapted-and decidedly too small. What his notions of adaptability for a school are I know not; but as a practical teacher I assert that th present church is admirably suited for such a pur pose. I did not intend noticing the remarks, but from their repetition in your last Wednesday's issue, ...

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FRIDAY—MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

FRHIlAY-tIMAYl S. The IIHouse is engaged in the examiiatiori of MIr: Wileox on the railw.,y question. ? r Mr. LAstcK has given notice of motion for the imrmediate abolition of the gold duty.

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

- ErER 1PLECflkO TBLIEO)LrAn.J - I: --TIIUllSnx-MIAY 17. The last kenar uf rhoe· stjznates pased tr .Asserrrbly.

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

POLICE REPORTS. On Wednesday and Thursday some cases of drunkenness and obscene language were disposed of,. and John Me Gaw and Ruobert [Me Gaw, charged under the Cattle Stealing Prevention Act, with illo gal poserssion of beef, were remanded till Wednesday next. . - (Before the police magistrate, Moss Marks, and A. Turner, Esqres.) SusPrcsos or OxrrlE*tzSTALIso.- Geor e Simrs, alas? Brammer George, was brought before the bench on suspicion oflbaving stolen six headofcattle, I the property of Juhi Mewburn. Mr. WYalsh appeared for the defence. -.adward l'age, district constable at'Biods, deposed to having searched the prisoner's premises, and haey ing found the two feet ofa beast now produced. John Mewbumrn dposed that, on the 30lth<April, he luss.six head of cattle three of which were eqows, to hcifers, and one builoct. On afterwards search iuns 6ius's premires with the constable they had found two feet b.wlih he identified as having be loneed to one bf tIis cows. Ann. he...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

LOC AL INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. ttn Goulburn sittingsb of this court commenced on Wedneodaos. the 16th instant. His Hont?or, Judge Callaghan, took his seat at twenty minutes past ten o'clock. Mr. Walsh snd Mr. Gannon, attorneys, were in attendance. The number of cases for trial was fifty-three three of which were jury cases. ,ine jurymen answered when their names were called, and upon their taking their seats. the Jutdge said he would ask their hlduigenee for afew minute., as it was probably the first and only opportunity he should have of repling to coUmmients that had been made in several journals as to the manner in which: he had e.nduicted the business of i his courtl It would be in the recullection probably of the geutlemen of the jury, that when hae tlirst undertook the onerous duties o? his otlice, in his address on opniug the tirst court, ihe resferred to the general opiniont thati prevailed. that so extensive was the district over which hie would have to trave...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 19 May 1860

DIED, At Tuena, on the 14th instant., Mr. WILLIAM BRANCH, a nativw of Norwich, in England, in his 46th year. SATI?RDAY, MAY 19, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

AiTON LOC?(K; tailor and poet; le, nto 1 bio ry. y therpool i Chas distrlesict, atingsley Cheap editi en. grased and watered. r fur ' - The most remnrkabloworkofoneofthemosromamrkable On" Eale at the HEornld BookMartl.,. TIr th current numers, receivedby a u apthe preient m2il, of thir popular-newspaper, are given mps of Cornwall, Turky, and Grpoet a. At the llerald Book Mart. - English oewspapers. TUST received by the.' Malta,' theo Eglish News. .) papers for March, including, at one shilling each, ' Weekly Dispatch,' 'Sunday Times.' 'Lady's Newspaper.' At sixpence each:" Lloyd's :Nows paper,'' News of the World,' and' Reynoldls's~ews paper.'. The ;whole of the current datesafrom:tho depdrture ofthe previous mail are 'on: sle. .ROW'S EMBROOATION or . Farmer's Friend, N S..A ?S L E AT THE '.HERALD S-OFICE.- .- . .. ::: - TR. PERCY AND -CO., Surgeons, London J a.uthors of the following medical treatises,- lManhood, Human Frailty, Marriage, &e., &c. One of the firm may...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Tur. deeds of grant specified in this list being ready for delivery to the grantees, or their agents duly em powered. it is requested that early application may be made for them at the Surveyor General's office. Authorities must bear the signatures of the gran tees. attested by a magistrate. Parties applying fur deeds are particularly, re quested to state the numbers placed against those they tmay require. (C'ncls'icd from our last.) 1209 raithfull W. P., Argyle, 40 acres 1210) Ditto, ditto, 40 acres 121 Ditto, ditto, 40 acres 1655 GAIT Thomas, Camden, 50 acres, portion 1656 Goody John, Tumut, 2 roads, allotment 9 of section 15 . 1657 Ditto, ditto, 2 roads, allotment 8 of section 15 1660 Gait Thomas, Camden, 43 acres I1 rood, por tion 9-vlt 1661 Ditto, ditto, 47 acres 3 rocds, portion 90-Vl 1662 Ditto, ditto, 52 acres; portion 9-i. 1694 Grovenor James, King, 69 acres - 1698 Gibson Andrew, Argyle, 87 acres 1699 Dittlo, ditto, 137 acres 2 roods 32 perch...

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ADVERTISING FOR A WIFE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

ADVERTISING FOR A WIFE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. LrET nll gay bachelors who' feel inclined to advertise for " sleeping"partners" take warn ing:hy the followving:- - . Mr. Michael M'Olaskey, is short, puffy old, gentleman of forty-five, in the twelfth year of his widowhood, complained to the police re cently of an assault committed on his person by Mrs. 1-annnal Sullivan, and showed several lang purple stripes on his visage, which he declared to be the impressions of Mrs. Sul livan's finger nails. It turned out in evi dence that Mr. M'.'Claskey had, advertised for. a wife in one of the city papers, notifying ap pllcants for the situation to call at No.-. Mullberry-street, the residence 'of the 'adver tiser. Mrs. Sullivan called early. in. theo: morning, half an hour after the advertisement was filst publislied, and sent word up to' Mr. M. thrit a lady wished to sce liim '?about a notice iti the paper." M'Claskev was all:in a.flutter, supposing that some rblooming beauty was about to fill...

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COMERCIAL MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

COaMERCIAL MORALITY. TuIE Briti.h lion. woke up one fine morning about four years ago, and made a discovery. llis breakf!ist table was spread ; the cloth was speckless, and the silverbright. The crockery was of the late Mr. M\inton's most tasty design ; he had no fault to find with the glass, and his appetite was good. The aspect fionm the windows of his room was extensive and pleasant. He could see his mills in full work, his corn fields yellow with healthy grain, his shilps deeply laden; entering the distant port, and his raidway trains palling along lustily, carrying his prodtlce to every mnlart. He rlublad his hands together and chuckled niadibly--as a British lion may chuckle under such circiumnstances - when materfiunilias rustled into the apartmient, and took her seat behind the hissing urn. I'To laid his pocket handkerchief upon his knee, resumed . his 'Timties,' well airted and cut-fibloa the fair hands of his youngest daughter, and glanced through its columiuns, pending th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

BIRTHS. On the 17th instant, at her residence. Beehive iHotel, lungendure, the wife of M.r. S. Mosus, of a sun. On the loth M?y, 1860. at Good Good. in nauneroo d'r ct, the wife of Jun SCurioFtL, of a

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

COLO XIA L L'lR 7RA Cl s. A ?Ionun, JtACK. SnEvRAnnr.-It, will. probabllly lie in the reenllectin of' ouir renders thit. on Sunday.thie latof'April lest, a pri sioner named ,J. :R. Miller, under conmittal on two, or tiahre chargel'i of lburglary, imnlle .hi escihlo fromn the i.Melbourne gnol. The fol lowing aicco;llt of. ll?? oncnpe, re-larrest, and silia,?elllelt escape. certainly proves him ii wortlly pupil of the Jack Sheppard school. On the Sunday initi-ci ion a numhtlr of lpri anaer, among wbhom n iwas Miller, were turned into the airing vnrd'at thei g?ol. After they lid ,been-in .thn l ard soime littil time, nnothier pri<orier wUas als pit in the yard.. Miller, no doubt, determined *to turn this circumstance tO somle pirtofitahhl account, for wlhen it canme close to the hour for again returning to the gnaol, he went into the warter-cloet ini the Yard, and bering jumped down, remained tip to, his neck in the soil. Oti the p;risoaes being Iimustered, an ni.cetr went t...

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The Goulburn Herald. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1660. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1660. WE are uuavuid,,bly cgmpell?d' to omit our leader.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

- anted, A LAUNDRESS, for the Beehive Hotel, Bangen dore, Apply to itis. D. DAVIS, Goulburn;.or to S. MOSES, 5401 Bungendore. - : .: Quembeyan. WTANTED, in the'above district, an efficient VI. AGENT and CORRESPONDENT for the Goulburn Herald: .To'bourers..;: WANTED, TEN OOD LABOURING MEN, oV n the Tuena foad ; 6s.per' day.. Apply to t. FLEOKNOE, or toT. MARISDEN. 0 410 T O A'D I(N G 'F O R JJ TUMU . KIANDIA\." . BUNGINDDORE, and QUEANlEYAN.' 5505 D. DAVIS. Opening of T?ranria Church. PERSONS wisbing.tc be present at the opening .. may come by Thrne's .Crossing, that being now repaired ; or by Mr.'rlorn's paddock, per favour of-G. 'Thorn, Esq. Church of England, Bolong. DIVINE SERVICE will be celebrated (D.V.) at Belong, on Sunday, the 3rd of June next, at eleven a.m. and at 3 p.m., by the Rev. R. LEIGH, of Goulburn. - (Signed) iTIOMAS KEaIMIS, Minister: May 23, 1860. 5023 Church fEngland. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. OTICE is hereby given that the "TIRANNA CHURCH " will (DV.) be opened on Thurs...

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SYDNEY. Saturday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

SLDANEY. IrFlso OUt OWZN COtLnKEIns'O. NT.itr] .•. r Saturday, 4 p.m. . rOlITICAL. ATr last the estimates are completed, after passing thlrough'the hands of three inhsinistries. There was a emart opposition on T'Ihrsday night l:to the last items, which wlere certaihly rather.. important in amount. Mr. Alexander Catopbhell. who went into the IlHouse as a ministerial. supporter, made a fierce onslaught os thIe 'Treosurer in respect to a certain item of £53,000, twhich was sot downt on thie second ndlditional estimate, as to be raised by loot. This huan liad at first appeared ton theestilmates i chlief, atld MIr. Casmpbell conteided that, havinsg beue paid away to tahe up dcbenttnres;it. was now put"down gsihn for the purpose, in point of plain fact, of lsup pleomentitng tihe iasulticient revenue by a bide wind. In giving the true explltantion of the matter, I thlink that Mls: RIlbertoom, atl in partictlor Mr. Arnold, osucceedid better than did the Treasurer. It is a fact that this sam...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

CO.MMEilJ CIA L. LUnltea otl rwio expraesed, tbh prices quoted In thin article ore tholne In tranattiont between the producer and Ihe first pur chasyer; not as between one dealer and another, iuc less the retali prleea.'i ttnAiuwoon.--tno flour, per ton £34 to £35; he.at, per buoel, lOs. to 10o. tt.; bran, 2s.; oat, 7s. tost; maize, 0. to O. ; tay, £7 to £8; potatoes, £8 to £0 per ton; frelh butter, pet I,., ls. Od. to .U. Ud.: snlt ditto, Is. 4d. to It. d. ; cheese, 7d. to 8d.; borln, 10d. to Is. ld. YAss.-- heat, per bushel, 11i. to 12a.; fin flour, per ton, £85 to £30; seoudl, ditto, ?:31; bran, per bushelo, Is. 0d.; molae, as.; oats, it. to os.; hae, per ton, £r to £7 10o.; barley, 4s. to 5a.; fresh boutter, tIs.d.; oltdItto, to. to ls.Id.por lb.; eheese, wanted; bacon, wonted; etgs, perdozn, 2t. 0d. to It.; potatoes, per to L, o. to 7s.; dried hldes, each, to. to 7s. 0d.; green ditto, Is. to 10s.; hbread, per 21b. loaf, 0d.; beel, per Ib.. Sd. t 4d.; mutton, 5d.; veal, 5d.;pork...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

PARLI IlAAE I'AI? ?Y. THUnSDAY-MAY 17. In tile Lebgi lti.o Council the businesa was not of Imy great importance. The Assembly met at twenty minutes past three o'clock. EXIPOIT DUTY ON GOLD. A messago was received from the Governor Gieneral in answer to the address of the Assembly relative to the repeal of the export duty on gold. His Excellency informed the House in that message that the necessary steps would be taken to carry into eflect the wishes of the Assembly. PETITION. Mr. Pnrkes presented a petition from a -Mr. Itichard Farrau, of Goulbuir, who had been for a niumber of years a Lailiff, llut had been displaced froms his situation in consequence of the establish. meut of the District Court in that town; age and infirmity preventing his obtaining any other employ ?elnt.-lecceived. THIE ESTIMATES. On the motion of Mr. -WEeKVs S, the House then went into Committee of Supply. Mr. ARNOLD proposed the sum of £117,592, to be provided by loan, for the following purposes.-£8700 for te...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. On Friday, the 29th day of June next. COUNTRY LOTS.—WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860

AT TlR POLCE O? tciO, WAOO. IAWA.oo . On Fridal, Ilo 29th day of .Jui r?t.:. r cu.it'rr trors.- ,a u W •." Loti, 80 acres 1 rood,; lot 2 BL.asrrs;:lot 3 4alesa. ' rood, ; lot 4, 47. res 3 roods ; lot 9, 40'crs rood;-tot , 43 tre10 rood0; Lot.; 1, teres " rood,: lot '9, 114 sore : lot 9,"! 07 tres 1 rood; lot 10, l.8 sacres ; lot 11, 11: rs ; tot 12; 120. acres; lot 14, 61 loroes rod: lot 14, ,8 aore o roods; ltot I O6 s5or ; lot 16, 89 acr:es; lot 1, 70 sores 3 toodo;.tot?1;"9.. oaer; lot 1o9, 7 tererar rood,; lot 2o, 4 acre; lot 21, 6 .. atch , o l o lot ".22 03 ,l'.o 2 roods: Iot -+,, ae1 a t0 roOds;" lot 24,104 acres; lot 25,127 acres 2 roods; lot 20, 240 acres; lot 27,280 acres; lot 28, 26 acnes; lot 20, 310 acres; lot 30, 108 acres ; lot 31,105 acres; lot 22, 68 acrs 2 roods; lots 33 a.d 3, ,0 acres each; lot 36, 41 acres; Its 36 and 37, 40 acres each; lot 30, 41 acres 2 roodts ; lots 30 and 40, 40 areso MOal; lot41,183 oacres 1 rood lot 42, 320 acrsa ; lot 43, 2317 0res; lot 4...

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