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FRIDAY—MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
FsIsAr- MAY I8. In the Assembly the house was for some time oc cupied in committee on the railway question. Mr. Fowler,.M]r. Rhodes. and Mr. Whitton were.further. examined on points arising out of their formeri evidence, and principally confined to' matters' of personal explanation. The Chairman then left the chair, reported progress, and obtained leave to sit again on Tuesday. .. On the motion of Mr. P'AKEns, the evidence taken' at the bar of the committee, was ordered to be printed. Mr. WIxVona? moved the adoption of the report of the select committee on the Sydney Grammuar School.` After some debate, in Which AMr. Arnold said that if any further grants were given by the government he thought it should be to the country districts, the motion was put and negatived. ' The House then adjourned.
AT CUBRAMARRA, (RUSSELL'S STATION.) On Wednesday, the 27th day of June next. TOWN LOTS.—DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
AT COOKua&OAs , (Utossonos SToiot.) On IWednudayi, 08. 27W day orfoune nest. TORN MTS.-OLNIat'0.. LotsltoS,lroodcoolohatmenotos to 1ofsectloo3.. Lots 9ond 10, 1 rood each, allotmoents 1 od 2 ofsectlon 4. Lots 11 to 20,2 roods eah, allotments 1 to 10 of section 6. Lots 21to26,1rood e era,allotment to 06ofston 68. Lots 2 to 29, 2 roodsonah, altotments7to 9 of sclon6. Lotn 30 to TO,,2 roodo ro,, allotmreuts 1 to of cton 1L On Thurtday, ?e ,.8th day of Jon next. Lots and 2,rood each, allotments 1 aond 2 of totion l Lots3to8,lroodneah,nllotmetonototo ofrsotiton2. Lots 9 and 10,1 rood eoah, allotmentaond o of sectlon T. Lotslaond 12, 30 S prcrn eaoh,rallotments 4o nd N of ea tint, 7. Lots 3 to lNood eo , allotmentsN5to 2o4of sectton Lotos3to ,2roodsaeach,allotmenotslto1oof section . Lots 33 to392 toods each, ollotments I to 3 and 1 to 10 of seethon10. :o p The upset price of the aboon is °0 per Iro
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
' THE HERALD OFFICE TISreinoved to tlhe site oftlhe Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Gohlburn. .OL'DB A-.RGPr-L-' STO.SES. B. BENJSAMIN "BEGS to inform his numerous customers in town anod country, that he has just received,. in splendid order, iBinelais's English EHms M alaga Bloom Raisins S Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands and : large nssortment of noew and seasonable :goods, wlhich will be oldl at thloowest rales. 'S.B.--'hs highest prilc gistt lor colonial'prodoco.' . ...SKININER &. OWLAN, Soda Water S Lamonade and. . Cordial hianufacturers. OPPOSITE TIHE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNEIt-STREET, GOULBURN. .,5494" BUTLER B2OB. & WHITEHOUSE, TW BO(LIA.I? SADUDLElS, HARNESS. MAKIERS, ond BADIDLERS' IROIMONGEEBS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, ITT- STREET, SYDNEY, rnext the VIletropolitan. HEotel. • . 5417 j Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by anction, every 1'IDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street Wesa- \ "Wool, tall...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
TO THIE rUBLIC.. SWING to the great increase in the business of the © " Goulburn Herald' office, it was found neces ,ary two years ago to seure additional premises ad joining those that had hitherto been occupied; and tlhe same increaoe continuing, the proprietor has aguin fot:nd the accnommodtioon afforded by these Ipremi,' e too small for the improvel meahinery the extensinn of hlis business has rendered necessary, •ood which is now shortly expected to arrive in the volhnt. Atvei crconsiderable expetnse. therefore, a printing office, superior in size tand completeness to any ount of tydnev. has just been erected in the most central part of the town; antd thither the business of the tofiee has bIeen removed, and will fromn and after to. day be carried on. f'he bnat thanks of the proprietor are due for the degree of support, which has justified him in taking this otep -. T tlt new premises immediately ndjoin the .Aus tralian S?tre. SIIerald' Office. 11th M:tay,1860. ,- . TO SUBSC! I...
AT TUMBARUMBA. On Monday, the 25th day of June next. TOWN LOTS.—AT TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
AT TUrOAamm1C'.. On Mondon, the 25thdaj'ftA zi't ne nest. TOWN tOTS -Ar'T TUXAOUS*0 lots i to 7,1 rood eaot, allotments 8tol1 ofroction 1. troh-tllotments2,5, 6,l to 20, and25o scto 2. Lots 21 to 37,1 rood eah, allotmtisnts 1 to 6,13 to 17;od 19 to t of section 5. Lots 38 to 57, 1 rod eaho, allotments 1 to 20 of section 8. The upsLprce of tbe'abooetots is 4O per re.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YASS. On Tuesday, the 19th day of June next. COUNTRY LOTS.—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
AT THE P0oCE ;E0 , ys. On Tusday, thed 1th day dj lung il.rt. coUNTRY LOTS.--KINGo. " Lot 1, 95 acres ; lot 2, 99 acres-near the Lost olver, ad. jacent to the routh'boundary or James Christie'v 437 ars. roods, and the west boundary of'.James Bansetto' 97 are 2 Lot 3, 41 acres-at Boobalajn, on the Lost River, adjacent to the north-west corner of James lassett's 5O acres. Lot 4,40 acres-lying about '4 mile easterly from Alexander Loug's 640 acres, on the Lost River. Lot .5 30 arres-on Weeho Creek, about mlile easterly from S. M(ortlmer's 20 acres Lot 0, 0 anre--on Weoho Creek, about / mile southerly from '. Riordan's 30 acres. Lot 7, 40 acres; lot 8, 32acres; lot , 2 acres; lot 10, 23 oares; lot 11, 31 ares; lot 12, 3" acres-on Flangan's Creek, rt and near its eontlcnoo w lth Grabben Ollen Creek. Lot 13, 32 acres ; lot 14, 28 acres ; lot 15, 40 acres--on GraOb ben Gnllen Creek, atand near the conluenroro f altle Creek, between 1. Costolo's 30 acres and A. Abbey's 2O acres. Lot 10, 31 ...
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 — 23 May 1860
CORRESP'ONDENCE. To the Editor of the Goulhurn Heruld. StW.a-Ever ready as you have always shown your self to epo and we ar heek publiore abusesll I insertleaveo to call public attention to a subject which, I troust, you will deem worthy of occupyinig a somall spae in our valuably oppot to our o.jourl. Then the subject of isthe otrit Courts weral.rst mooted before the legislature it was strongly ur-ed by those who advocated their estabuishment in the itterior, that they would bring cheap justice to every man's door, and be a means of preventing ex pense and litigation. How far such Utopian ideas have been realised in this part of the colony will be seen by a sketch of pert of the proceedings at our District Court, held before Mir. Cary, MIarch 6th. Instead of preventing litigation, it places the means of legal oppression in the hands of every loafer and idler who has suflicient ingenuity to avail himself of its machinery, and enables him to bring vexatious and frivolous actions agai...
PANBULA. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
PANBULA. (From a Correspondent.) At a public meeting, held at the Plough Inn, Panbula, on Monday evening, the 7th instant, Mr. Farrel in the chair After some very appropriate remarks from the chairman, on the object of the meeting. viz., the dis covery of a payable gold-field in the district, it was Proposed by Mr. Aftleck, and seconded by Mr. Smith-" That Mr. William Thompson act as secre tary." Proposed by ,Mr. Grealy, and seconded by Mr. Smith-" That Mr. William Thompson net as trea surer." Proposed by Mr. Mc Niven, and seconded by Mr. Beck-" That a committee be appointed to superin tend a prospecting party n this district." Proposed by Mr. O'Neil, and seconded by Mr. Taylor--"That Mr. Smith, Mr. McNiven, Mr. Cameron, Mr. Beck, and Mr. Grealy, be appointed a committee. Proposed by Mr. Beck, and seconded by Mr. Cameron-" That the operations of the prospecting party be confined within the limits of the police dis trict of Eden." Proposed by Mr. Beck, and seconded by Mr. Frawley-" T...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD. On Saturday, the 16th day of June next. COUNTRY LOTS.—ST. CONCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
AT Tn POLICo OrIEn, l3nBeWooD On Saturday, the 18th day of Juns next. COUNTRY LTS.-st. ,NCENT. x" Lot , 3.5 acres-portion 9-1, on tho road from Krawaree to Berldwood, near thejinctlon oferictlklil Creek with Shoo. haven River. Lot 2, 34 acres-portion 9-2, on rlckktill C?eek, adjoining the east boundary of . Bell's 3rS reo, at Its junction with the Shotalhaen River. Lot 3, 42 acre-portion 93, on Brlcklklln Creek, north-weost corner, about umile easterly from the nouth-east conm erot lot 2. The upset price of the above lota is £1 per acre. Tows Lors.--aT BRIImWOOR. 91t 4 o3 7, 35?peeheO each; lot 8, 8323. perhrelotg eeh he9 ; lot O and 11, 39-9. perches each; lot 12 t.3 p1ehes;.~ 3 lrood 19 p?cohes; lot 14, 1 rood 32perehs; lo,1,1, rod h co lot 10, 333~ rches ; lots 17 to 4,. Sperches e_. lots ; and 2;Y aCres each; lots 2l to 30j 351. perches eac. llotments I t1 22 ofseetlon 24. The upset price of thn a0.vo lots ib' foe anoe.
CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE BEGA. On Friday, the 15th day of June next. COUNTRY LOTS.—AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
CROWN LANDS SALES. AT THE POuCE OeFICE BESd. On Friday, the 15th day tf June next. Lot , 103 acres; lot 2,113 acres : t 3, 106 anre; lot 4,140. atres-portons 5 to 8, on the lelt lk of the Bega River, nt eriandalry, opposite portions 59 to 63,within the Begn Reserve. Lots 5 and 6,118 acre each--portalcs 9 and 10, adjacent to the west boundaries of lots4 and 7. aot 7, lS acrea-portion 11, on the left bank of the Bega tRier, adjolning the soath boundary if lot 4. Lot 8,103 acres ; lot 9, 127 acres ; 1o: 10, 89 acres ; lot 11, 91 tcrs ; lot 12, 182 cres ; lot 13, 175 acrs--portions 12 to 17, on the left bank of the Beag Rtiver adjacent to the south boundarie of lots 6 and7. Lot 14, 8 acres ; lot 15,41 acres; lt 16, 44 acres; lot 17,42" acres; lot 18, 03 acres; lot 19, 59 cres; lot 20, 83 acres 2 rooas-portionas 6 to ,n and 92 to 94, on the left bank of the Broga River, opposite the Ttwofold ay Pastoral Company's 1il acre, commoanly called the "Coras Paddock.T The upaset price of the ahb...
A GOOD DURABLE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
A GooD ])URAaBLE liE .-A settler of the name of Button had lately a narrow escape with his life. lie was, at the time, driving a dray laden with sime thirteen.l?ludred weight of goods, when he missed his seat iin the shaft and fell under the wheel which fortliith passed over his head. In ordinary eases this would have sufficed to squeeze the life out of one, but Gttfer Button's skull is formed of sterner materials than most men's. and, wondrous to relate, he escaped with a few bruises oftheparietal hbones. Mlutya correspondcnt of ' Illawatra Mercury.'
COUNTRY NEWS. OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
COUNTRI2Y NEWYS. OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, QUEANBEYAN. (Ferom a Correpondtlm.) O. Sundaylast, 13th May, the above beautiful and substantial builditg was opened and consecrated to the service of God. by" suitable and impressive public worship being held morning and evening. The ser vices were conducted by the Rev. V. (elynack. The selection of hymns and the morning lessons were pe culiarly adapted for the occasion. The text was taken from Ezekiel, 34th chapter, 26th verse; the eloquence of the discourse which followed can only be appreciated by those who had the privilege of being listeners. The building was literally tilled. The evening service was also well attended. The text was selected from the 23rd Psalm, and 4th verse. The impressive solemnity of the sermon cannot soon be forgotten, and I hope never will be. Collections were made after each service in aid of the building fund, which amounted to £8. On the evening of Tuesday. the 15th, a public tea meeting was held in...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 May 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENcE. l'otLC.c REPORT.-On Monday Thomas Byrne sued George Baxter for wages. The bench directed payment of £1 and costs.-William Giliard was charged by the district registrar with neglecting to report the death of k child., Defendant is'an.inn keeper in the town, and the child belonged to a guest staying at his house. The Act, we believe, renders it incumbent on the occupier of the house to report the deaths that may occur therein. The defendant was fined live shillings and costs. It is understood to be the district regiatrar's intention to press for. the highest pienalties in future, many warningi hav ing already been given. -Sarah Griffiths was charged by Charlotte Simpson with using abusive language, and was fined three guineas and cuts.-Yesterday there was no business. TItE GIotLOGYr or TIt DISTRICr--Those who may be desirous of studying the geology of the nei.ghborheodl. will be interested in learning that there is now on view in the reading-room of the S.-honl of ...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860
AUCTIONEIRS' REPORTS. Itesres. P. DeoO.*t Ao Co. roport:-Stock.-We e?unot report aoy favourable change hi tho horse market, they being stilt very dull of alo. tlare sold O he?l, at from £3 1bs. to £7 15s. Cart and harness for £15. lroe sold 8 working bullocks, inferior and In low condition, foIr £30. Also o lot of pigs, at from ius, to 46s. o,?ch. The market is well supplied with fat stock, ohoop and cattle. oerchandlsto.--Oo Wednen. day wO olfered a lot of goods for unreserved sale, but, no uyers attending, were obliged to withdnraw them for Wednesdoy oeot J. uFLlbtol reports no oale of fat etock douring the week. Sold on Thousday one smtll lot of mtilch cows with calves at foot--2 cows ond calves, £7 5.o cow and ocalf, £5 5is. ; cow and ,all, .£4 holler, £2 3ls.; heifer, £1 12s. il.; 2 heifers, £. Itorss.--Tho race horse Itob Itoy for £30 ; hoeoo and harness, £15; 1 at £11, 1 at £13 10s.; hoy's pony, £5; 4 head at £3 15s. each. Bullock dray, £27 ; bullock dray, £25 ; cart and harn...
COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860
COIlnMERCIAL. ' HnERLD' Office, Friday evening. There bas been little business done during the week, 'rieeA generally remain as per Iset quotatlonse. Carriage from Sydney is now about le. per wt. eir. Benjamlin reports the pusehaso or 14 cwt. of bacon There havre been no other eonsiderable arrivals of produc. OOULBRlN. L a d £ s. d: Fine flour, per ton ......... 35 0 0 to O 0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto......... 33 0 0 0 - 0. Wheat, perbushel ........ 0 11 0 0 12 0. Pollard and Bran, ditto ... 0 2 0.-. 0 0 O1 Oats, ditto .................. O 5 0 :0 60 Barley, ditto ............... 0 4 6 0 5 "6 Maize, ditto, new ........:. 0 6 0 0 0 U" ' Hay, per ton .................. 8 0 0 ' 9 0 0b Potatoes, ditto ......... 50 0 :6 0 O0 Bacon, per lb., ...............- 0. 0 . 8-- .O... :0-~, 4 Bread, per 2lb. loaf ......... 0 0 9;:9 0 .0'0:' Cheese, ditto, plentiful...... O0 4 0 0 6 Salt butter, plentiful ...... I 0 0 1 Fresh ditto .................. 0. O - 0 0 1; 6 Eggs, per dozen - .........0;; ,'2: ...
COUNTRY NEWS. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860
COUNTRY NETVS. QUEANBEYAN. SrFrom a Correspondent.) The tide of affairs at presoht in Queanbeyan seems like its now peaceful river, flowing calmly and almop; noiselessly along. But we must not forget that there are deep and darksome holes contiguous to the shallow rippling waters. The all engrossing subject which is pressing on the minds, and actuat ing tile movements of the inhabitants, is the ex peeted rush, in the spring, to Kiandra, through and from our township. In proof of the above assertion, we notice a great addition in the building and business departments of this town. An enterprising townsman, Mr. J. J. Wright, has enlarged his store, by adding the space occupied as dwelling rooms to the front shop, which is fitted up in a beautiful style and regardless of cost. ie has just completed a I fty and extensive warehouse to the rear, with an upper story, lighted by a row of largo and well barred windows. Also, to facilitate his wholesale trade, he has laid down a handsome and ...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 26 May 1860
S To the Editor of the Gosltotr Herald. * Sma,-There appeared some little time since in the free columns of the ' Goulburn Chroniclo' a notice, written by the Reid's Flat correspondent of that journal, which, if allowed to go forth uncontradioted, .would pass for the truth. Now, Mr. Editor, the notice to which I shall direct your attention is as follows:-" Fatal accident froni furious riding and intemperance." A little further on, Reid's Flat .correspondent says.-" Our quiet little neighbour hood was thrown into a sad state of excitement on Sunday morning last, owing to the discovery in the -ush of the dead body of James Flanagan." The above is false, and I can at any time produce respectable witnesses to prove that my brother, Mr. James Flanagan, the porson here alluded to, was not drunk, nor neither wab he furiously riding. The Raid's Flat correspondent of the 'Chronicle' fartiheir on says, that my brother called at the Walla Walla public-house, and had two or three glasses of gro...