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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
COMMERCIAL. . lUnlen otherwioe oxpresed, the prlces quoted in this artlelo at thooe In te rueactions between tile producer and the first pue. eheaer; not as between ono dealer and another, much lese the retail prlceel ?BAInwOoD.--Fino flour, per ton, £28; ration ditto £?0, wheat, pee buehol, 8s. to 9os.; bran, ls. 0d.; oats, 7s. tot. ; maize, 't.i to-t. bd. y hoye £10to £0 ; potatoes, per cwet. 4s. to e.; . ' resh butter, per it., Is. 0d. to 2s. salt ditto, Is. 0d to s. 10d.; cheese, Od, to 1.; bacon, 10d. to Is. Id.; mutton, 7d.; : beef, d. y" e. --Wheat, per bushel, not quoted; fine four, per ton, £2f60; seconds, ditto, .£24, bran, per tbu?hIl, d. to lid ; maize, 4e. Otld to 8e. 0d.; oats. 3s. 0 d. to 4e. ad.; hay. per ton, £0 to £O 10s.; barley, Cs. to 4da.; freh butter, Is. 0d.; salt ditto, Is. per lb.; cheecse, no sale; bacon,' wanted; eggs, per dozen, Is. 3d. to Ie. Od.; potatoes, per owLt., s. Od. to 4u.; dried tides, eoal, Oa. to P. d.; green ditto, Os. to 10o.; bread, per l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
New-Year's Gifts. A FLW elegant books, suitable for New-yast's IiGifts are On sale at the ' Herald' office. TOE PRT.MXXTXNG-OTLý"'XC3, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. S a proofof the assertion that Job Printing can be, and is, performed at lower rates in Goul burn than even in Sydney, attention is respectfully invited to the subjoined extract from the "GOULnunR IIERALD," of 3rd September: As a proof of the comhnrative rates qt which printing is perforied hSere ahid in thie metropolis, we give below the following prices at which the Goulbuyn and Sydney printers tendered for the printing required to be done for the municipal coun oil, by which it will be seen that the two lowest tenders were from the local offices, and that some of the Sydney tenders were fully double that of the successful one. We may add, that inquiries mnade at other times show that this is'the general rule, and not a solitary instance of the kiind. ý There wereo t'v jobs to be printed, and the prices asked were as follow...
THE WRECK OF THE 'ROYAL CHARTER.' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
?] itr' t (.?iou various sources.c tihe j.ollow pg detailed accounts in connection uvith tlis -niel-ineholy oiren ee:--= Onr tho itlorning of the 27th of Octobir the ' Tiniis' piiblished a brief telegrami aillouace ing the " loss, on her way frOl (QueenstowI to Liverpool, of the ' Ioyal Charter,' with over 4100 passengers on board, ot which num beronly about twenty were saved." It was not till about noon on the same day that this startling allinonllcelnillt was coulirmedr; iand even then hopes were still chlrished thbt it con tained ome'elenment of exaggeration. That so faminons a ship, which had been telgralphied t\vo 6hiy before as being" olf Qneonstown after a pmost prosperous voyage .from nMel boilotn, bonuld have been utterly lost within two or three hours' sail from Liverpool, with an eiirlnmoie freight of lifo and treasure, ap peurmle a catastrophe so appalling in its mng niititle and saddenness as to be all but in ciedible. People ventured to hope tlhat at least a lh geimnhb...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
IT needs no great gift, of prophec to foresee the conpeeqtences likely to resllt to the conntry from the extraordinary and unnatu ral alliances formed by the present ministry. ,The only men of note whose oipposition might ' uccessftlly have nrrestld tle coming dis naters, nre quitting parliaientary life in dis gust, nud in a lsort time nothing lut a feeble array of loadrlef- malcontents will be left to oppose the triumphant return of the old go verning party to power. We may look to bdve Mr. E. Deas T'honson again as Vice president and ruler of the Executive Coun cil ; Messrs. Hay and Plunkott, and, perhaps, !. ru Donaldson nod Sir William Manning in ' th cabinet, with Messrs. Macarthur and 3aeleny pulling the strings. A land bill we . hall hav, with a vengeance-a squatting *territorial titles bill." 'The Upper IInuse may possibly Ibe mad, elective, lint, if so, it will be on principles of the strictest conserva tism. . State-aid to the clergy will be con tinued as long oa their hea...
LETTER FROM THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH TO THE KING OF SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
LETTER FROMt THEC EMAPEROR OF THE FRENCH TO TIE KING OF SARDINIA. The letter is dated Palace of St. Cloud, October 20th. Considerable importanco is attached to this doou ment, of which the ' S. M. Herald ' sa)s : \Ve print it here in full, because it has been ant cepted is French official circles as containing, as far as the Imperial mind is concerned, the real settle ment of the Italian question, although, as will be per. ceived elsewhere from our columns, that question has of late been pressing itself very forcibly out of the domain of diplomacy, and, in "truth, the following letter of the Emperor Napoleon has, without doubt, called forth some of the most important of the late political events from Central Italy: "M?Ionsieur AlMo Frer, - I writeo to-day to your Mhajesty in order to set forth to you the present situation of affairs, to remind you of tile past, and to settle with you tile course whlich ought to be followeed for tle future. Tihe circumstances are grave; it is requisi...
SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
SYDNIfY; n itOi 0ul; Ow oy coRnEPtONi'E : . Monday, 4 p. m.. TTilt state of the case ts regards Mr. Cowper appears to be this: Prefirrirng to continue in retirement at leadt for the present, he is yet restless and impatient at the sight of the mischief now being done, and would, if certain of a steady and faithful support, be prepared to take upon himself once more the cares of public life. But, as it is plain that every man is on the look-out for hinself, with but few exceptions, tolhody can guarantee this ?ulpolrt, and, Ihllrfore, Mr. Cowper will remain absuent from the pcrliament. Flood has retired. lHumnour says that J)alley and others will shortly follow, and the whole aspect of the ftu re is mot glootm and at tis:lfia:ti f lry. Sir W. Mnlming htns ilt et declared hlimself for Sydney, nd probably will not do so. Faueatt and C 1ouphrll will moat likely head the poll, but it is verel dtiubtfutl which will he first. The Roman Catholic Bishop.of Brisbane, together with Archdeacon:M...
THE NATIONAL DEFENCES AND PROSPECTS OF INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
THE NATIONAL DEFENCES AND PROS PECTS OF INVASION. Under this head the 'Times' has an ably written article, which clearly shows theanimus of feeling now existing amongst the French against England. We quote the more interesting portions of it: " We think it cannot be denied that, without, so far as we are aware, the slightest provocatiou on the part of England, there exists in France at this moment a very strong and very widespread hostility to the government and people of this country.. We do not lay particular stress on any one conversation, either at a military festival, when the tongue is loosed by wine, or in a railway carriage, where the speakers are unknown to each other; but from in formation derived from a vast number of independent sources we entertain no doubt that a feeling of hos tility more bitter than has existed in France since the peace of 1815, is at this moment entertained towards this country. The French press, so guarded on all other subjects, is on this outspoke...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
>AT Goulhurn, on the 7th day of January, from MIr. John Ford's land; damages 2s. Gd.:-Ono brown colt, small star, off hind heel white, F off neck C or G under the saddle, about 14 hands high. If not released, will be sold on the 6th February.-John Panssmore, Poundkeeper. 3s. SAt Adelong;,on the 5th day of January, from Gadara, by order of 11. K. Broughton, Esquire; damages 7s :--One bay horse, collar marked, long tail, like VL conjoined near shoulder, like BL side ways off shoulder, aged, 15 hands high; dark grey mare, blind-near eye, saddle marked, broken, hobbles on, switch tail, branded JAM with W sideways over -and illegible brand like JK under, near shoulder, W .loff shoulder, 5 years old, 15 hands high; bay horse, blaze, saddle marked, broken, hobbles on, shod; JW off cheek and shoulder, aged, 15 hands high. If not released within twenty-four days from date of pub.. lioation, will be sold.-F. W. A. Bluett, Pound keeper. As.
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
VICTORIIA. We have Mfelbourno news up to the 12th instant* We extract the following items of intelligence. A meeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute on the 9th, for the purposeof concerting measures for the inauguration of a society- for the extension of phonography. Dr. Hickson was in the chair. Mr. ,Murray explained the object of the meeting, and several resolutions pointing out the advantages of phonography were agreed to. Beus Flwes.--We are sorry to hear that heavy. losses are being sustained in this district by .the ravages of bush fires. At Wando Vale, W. Robert son, Esq., has just had destroyed about 50 tons of hoay, 500 bushels of oats, a crop of barley, and stock yard, with a quantity of fencing. We understand that the IMuntham station, the Winniburn station, and others in that neighborhood, have suffered by the devouring element. At Mosquito Plains also, considerable losses have been sustained.-'Port land Chronicle.' ])nATnt sy 1)nowNIotG.--Mrs. Leed, residing in Chi...
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
GO VERNMENT NOTICES. .:: TnASFcR o RuNs.--Lachlan District.-Beabula, from C. N. Bugot to H. Jelfreys; Polieo P'oint, from 'ditto-to ditto; Beabula, from H. JeffLeys to Ilow, Goldsbour h, and Kirk; 'oliceo Court, from ditto to ditto; Beabula, from Row, Goldsbourgh, and Kirk to George Kirk; Police Court, from ditto to ditto; Beabul, from George Kirk to M. E. Murnin; Police Court, from ditto to ditto; WallaWalla, from John Bird to'Thomas Morris; Beabula, from Ml. E. MIurnin to Mort and Cameron; Police Point, from ditto to ditto; Mandamar, from R. P. Raymond to R. P: Raymond and J. E. Brown; IMea Mia, from D. Denny to )D. Denny and J. MIaideno; Coroparra, North, from Win. A. Chisholm to Charles Wall. M1aneroo District.-Wambann,'from R. P. Rlaymond to B. P. ltaymood and J. K. Brown; Bredbowt from estate of Harr.ot to P. Clifford; Bellowra, from H. aWallaceto J. C. Byrno; Wooanlly Croeel, from ditto Sto ditto; Bald Hills, from John Penderghnst to John and Wm. Penderghast, and John Barry; ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
AIISCELLrANEO US. A brutal murder has been coiumitted'in Wiltshire" A woidmaai ,. oat one morning to his work, leaving his wife," who was upwards of sixty, at home. When le returned at noon, he fonnd her dead. Several wounds had been inflicted on her body with a razor, and her hand had been almost cut in two with a saw. There were marks of a severo struggle; but not the slightest clue to the perpetrator of the deed, or to his motive. An instance of human brutality, for, which it would be dilficult to find a parallel, has occurred at Wednesbury. Two men,' Malone and Hill, had a difference about a pawn-ticket. Malone seemed to threaten Hill, whereupon this ruffian seized his antagonist, knocled his head against the wall, thrust himt on the fender, poured upon him a' whole kettle of hoiling water, anti finally held his head over the fire until all the hair was burnt offl It appeared that Hill had been sentenced to fifteen years' trans portcstion for rape, and liberated on a ticket of l...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
6UfniloWDBS-InTrst ikr In mndiiiiit lettri IincIldei for :;,·'ml eairlon sihotilAd Inili, 1wti, rn." cW a no)t undfer SA-f ou reil r ctxA .-o lr al "rtof s to ae dy.nle its oaur wol?,imi nof thF flraca "ioo uoludl o, It oamrtohlnh too t1wh of a irveoro nnd ersonal. nalle, r'tnmuat del!,y »otor r ' lr to .(tIrtume rounr;i:i;:' ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
`THE D33EEll-'SNE. :N-OTIOE OF REMOVAL. .r, . ,.EMANUEL,&.SON have.REMOVED from the ,.L2 ipremises lately occupied by them .inAuburn al?eet.to, their new premises Opposite the '?arket-square, ,AUBURN-STIlEET. ,4049 lNotice of Removal. M._ DE BARR., ." ?Wholesalesand Retail Ohemist:and Druggist, S".EStP.ECTFULlY begs to intimate that he ,NOW. REIMOVED Ifromi?Ie.late residence, Slono-.etreet,.to the premises 4ately. occupled by. Mr. Willipm;Iletcher, "NBUXT'DOOR'TO TIHE 'E1ERALD' OFFICE, _AUBURNrSTREErT, GOULBURN. 4431 ':S.tI.N,ER .AND CO0 'soda ,Water ,Lemonade : Sarsaparilla G inger-Beer, .and ; All kinds .of 'Cordials. - l DEIRS by post, or otherwise, immediately at 'J -tended to. 'MANUFACTORY, 'VERNER-STREET, .Nearlyfopposite:Catholic Ohapel, S,4291 G Oulburn. '[A .CARD,] IEN.A AUC. EO ? ' ,'E. 'ADJOINING R:'I? HT'S 'HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. B .. ? JCKNELL AND :CO. 1Anctioneers, Land and Estate .Agents. :oNecharge forestoge of Colonial Produce'and other S goods.sest for positiv...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
DIED,... * .. ` Sat'rday, tho- Lath instant, at her residenco, .- AiubuTnItbtresl, tgeid 61 years. MAnY ANNE , wife ': A^ r %of Mt' ,TAcsK ItILua, of Geulurui. WLDNIdSDfY, JANU'ARY Ii,, 1860.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 January 1860
LOCAL 'INTELLIGE'IVCE. ?en.tco.-On l' lnoeday two drunknrds were dis nharged.-John Cary was fined £1 fornsing profane language. It appeared tlhat the man was in coin pany with others of a like stamp, on Sunday even ing, who, not content with befouling the ears of tihe passers-by with their disgusting language, must needs go to 'the dour of the Primitive Methodist chapel, to indulge in their peculiar bent, to the annoyance of the worshippers.--On Tuesday one or two trifling eases were disposed of, and a case of nonl-payment of wages, which we have alluded to olewhlere. INQUESTS AT SUTTON FOREST.-An inquest was held at Mr. Horam's, Sutton Forest, before the dis- trict coroner, James Fitzgerald, Esq., on the 7th instant touching the death of Phillip Burrows, aged about forty years, which took place the same after- noon. It appeared from tile evidence, that the de- ceased had suffered illness for a length of time and was in a very debilitated state, and had been very abstemious; but, on...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860
INDIA. By the 'Salsette,' we have papers from Bomr bay to the 26th of November; to the 8th from Calcutta; and to the 28th of October from Madras. The ' Bombay Standard'of 26th November says: There is "no news of importance from China; the latest is the arrival of the 07th regiment from Calcutta, and that the 3rd Buffs were daily expected. General orders have been issued by the Governor-General, in conformity with de spatches from the home government, for en listing the discharged soldiers for service in China. A grant of two years'service is offered to those men who have not taken their dis charge, and to such as have taken their dis charge a bounty of fifty rupees, upon the condition that they enlist for ten years' service. Various and contradictory rumours are afloat as to the rebel. army in Nepaul. It is now stated that Nana intends to maintain his posi tion; and that he intends to retreat. One re port is that he is dead; another, that there was a consultation in his camp, and th...
THE NEGRO INSURRECTION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860
.*, THE NEGRO INSURRECTION IN AMERICA. :'*:A recent mail from New York brought ", *news ofa very extraordinary incident. What o;nay be icalled an insurrection of aboliti.niste *r. and negroes had broken out at a iplace calledi h, 'rper'a. Ferry; and thi United States ar me ' oiury hbad lion seizidl by a band of desperate mn . .:m . A man, named Brown, had ornied a "design of limberating thi northern slave states by n a tn'urreetio' of the negrues of Maryland and Virginia. HIlia coulilerates inumbred at i ':fir-t ecaruely twenty white ni-n and only five Ji:onegroue . This naoiber aftterwards swelled .^ ^oonaiuieably, bat never rosu toennytlinitg her eak uable. t " Ie inaurgents maanae to toke c bte armuoiury bya coup do tuoin, to atop the Stirais, *oun e totlegriph wores, etc. But the a:.;:a'uthoritie_ ving succededud in promptly ::'-. bringbg- no -.,,humiung tbrce to the lipot, see Bun ejoeljeir -'trts 'ii ., > :... .All Broin' . ,a;,,,hier killed or cip. St"Ured, except lone.\. ...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Messrs. P. DIohnsa AND Co. report:-Stock. We can report no change in this market since our last, there being no demand hero for any description of stock. We have sold three horses, at £6, £7 7s., and £15, but for several head could not find pur chasers at the reserve. For fat cattle there is at present no market here. Land.-We have sold pri vately two cottages in Lithgow-street, for £450, to Mr. Thomas Parr. On Wednesday the attendance was so small, that we were compelled to withdraw the properties advertised. SMerchandise, &c.-On Wednesday we held a sale of furniture, &c., at Mr. Balson's, at the Mlechanics' Institute, but the compe petition was small, and prices generally ranged low.
COMMERCIAL. "HERALD" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 21 January 1860
CO MJE ERCIA L. "IsHER?.D" Office, Friday evening. There are no changes worth notice since our last. Mr. Miarks reports the purchase of 154 ozs., ard Mr. Benjamin of 70 ozs. of gold from Tuena. Messrs. Emanuel and Son have purchased 46 bales wool, since last report. o m . d. £ s.'d. Fine flour, per ton ......... 26:0 0 to 0 0 0 Seconds, ditto, ditto ......... 24 0 0, 0:0 _0 Wheat, per bushel ..........0 0 0 0 0 Bran, ditto ..................... 0 1 6 0 0 0 Oats, ditto .......0.. . 0 5 0 0 5 6 Barley, ditto ........ .0 4 0 0 0 0 Maize, ditto, now 0....... 6 0 6 6 Ia), per ton .... ... 6 0 0 : 6 0 Potatoes, ditto .... .... 10'0 0 14. 0 0 Bacon, per lb., scarce ......: 0' ,:010. t 0 0 11 Cheese, ditto, pletitiful...... 0 0 ' 56~ 0 0 6 Salt butter, plentiful .... O ?0 0 1 2 Fresh ditto .. ..... 1 3 0 1 6 Eggs, per dozen ............. 0 1 0 .:0 0. 0 Fowls, per pair ............ 0 2 0. 0 Turkeya, each .............. 5 0 0 0 Geese, each . 6. . 0 0 0 Ducks, perpair .............. 0 4 0 . :0...