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BED FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

BEIn FEVER. hA vEn interesting and usefil little work, entitled ".Notes on Nursing," from the pen of Florencu.Niglitinghle, has jutt been published, from which we quote as under:-A- few words upon bedsteads and bedding; and principally as regards parents who are entirely or almnost entirely confined to bed. Fever ishness is generally supposed to be a symptom of fever-in nine cases out of ten it'is a symp tom of bedding. The patient has had re introduced into the otldy the emanations from himself, which, day after day and week after week, saturate his unnired bedding. Iow can it be otherwise? Loolt at the ordinary beud in which a patient lies. If I were look ing out for an example in order to show what not to do, I should take the specimen of an ordinary bed in a private house: a wooden bedstead, two or even three mattresses piled up to above the height of a table; a vallince attached to the frame-nothing but a miracle could over thoroughly dry or air siich a bed and bddtidg. The' pa...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

COMuIEfl CIA L. LUnless otherwise expressed, the prietr qorted In this article are Stholse In transactlonl between the producer and the first pur chaser; noteas between one dealer a ndandnother much less the Sretail prices.l maratoioon.-cPie flour, per ton £35; waiet, per bushel, 10s. to 10s. Bd.; brae, s; outrs, 7s. to oe; mele. 8s. to eds. hoy, L£1 0to 12; potatoee, 8 10es. to £0 per ton; froesth butter, per Ib., Is. Od. to . Od. salt ditto, ts. 4d. to Is. g d.; eheese, 7d. to 8d. ; bacon, o0d, to en. ld. Yeso,--Wheat, per bushel, 11. to 1Ss.; floe floor, per ton, o£35 tho L t seconds, ditto, £3l ; bran, per bushel, le. Od.; maize, 5s. to s. Od.; outs. BS. to s.; hay. per lon, L to £7 ins.; barley, 4s. to Ms ; Iresh butter, Is. d.; aultditto, Is. to Is.d.per lb.; cheese, wanted; bacon, wanted; engs, perdozen, 0.. Od. to 3e.; potatoes, per ewt., Os. to 7s.; dried Ides., each, Os. to 7s. 0d.; green ditto, Os. to tOa ; bread, per ilb. loafIt, Od.; beef, per tb.. 3d. to 4d.; mlttlton....

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

TUENA. (From our own Correspondent.) CAuAvrLTEs.-The usual quiet of Tuena was dis turbed early on Saturday morning, the 26th instant, by the unusual cry of fire, at the early hour of half past four o'clock, when it was discovered that the new dwelling of Mr. Pembrooko, the teacher of the National School, was in flames. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Pembroolo retired about a quarter past ten on Friday evening, their bed-room being in the ad joining premises, after, as usual, carefully noticing that the fire was right; however, they were awakened about half-past four o'clock by the noise of the flames, when no time was lost in removing the chil dren from the premises adjoining the burning build ing, into tile street; the cries of fire attracting the attention of the inhabitants, who with a praiseworthy zeal rushed to the scene of conflagration, and by great efforts saved the school premises from being burnt to the ground, although all attempts to save the dwelling were unavailing. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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A TENTH JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

,A T'NT'1i JUDGE. ('Fom the Empire.) tuvI intrepid 'Isumnc.s-he Honorable Robert Mlciutosh of thit ilk-yeos, the Honoroblo Robert Macintosh Isancs, EHq., Ml.L.C.,-wo like perspicacity in impurtant mutters--hia introd ced into the Council an intrepid men u're, We use tho word "intrepid" in its ordinary acceptation, not ns. sometimna used by tile bench and biar-where, on the nutlority of'a chiif justice, we believe it is understood to nmeat what, in the vernacular we should call imnpdudece. The intrepid Isaacs then has introduced an intrepid niensure-- bill for the Iplointment of aniiher judge. Now, why irf. Isuics should have troubled himself with this truly iunnecessary piece of legislntion wo do not. pretend to say. It is quite certain no considerablo section of the community is in tfvour of it; and wo will not do Mr. Esnncs the injustice to sippose that he thinks himself qialiiied for the intonded anpointmont, or that, if ie (lid nnake such a inistke, it-would have the slig'htsut ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

Wanted, A LAUNDRESS, for the Beehive Hotel, Bungen dore, Apply to Mrs. D. DAVIS, Goulburn; or to S. MOSES, 5481 Bungendore. Eggs-Eggs-Eggs T "ANTED, in any quantity-full price given-at V E. LL.YD'S, 1astrycook and Confectioner, opposite the Commercial Bank, Auburn-street. 5564 Queanbeyan. TTANTED, in the above district, an efficient V AGENT and CORRESPONDENT for the 'Goulburo Herald.' Wanted, 50' PERCHES of RUBBLE STONE, more or I less, deliverable at my place, near Mr. Z. Hawkins, Reynolde-strect, Goulburn. JAMES JONES. Toerang, 25th May, 1860. 5554 To' Carriers. iT ANTED TEAMS to load for Coolringdon, ,1 ,',1Maneroo..: Apply to 557 : ... -, N. C. PHILLIPS. 'N, . ,W~anted, AN EXPERIENCED COMPETENT GAR L1: DENER;',fourteon miles .from Goulburn. A married aian;preferred.: No incompetent man or drunkard need apply. Apply at Mandelson's Hotel, on Friday next, 1st Juno. 5575 Notice. S TOLEN from the Chequers Inn, on Sunday even 'ing, the 27th of May, A WHITE FANTAIL PIGEON.' Whoever is ...

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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 subject of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] THE HUME TESTIMONIAL. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

CORRESPONVDENCE. LWe ore de(Itous that our columns should to reganrded open to0 nal prtles; anRd we are therefore willing to glo in nsertion to' all tempreately and Intelligibly written letters on oubjlect. of publie Interest, even'thouglh thle opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] THE HUME TESTIMONIAL., To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sin,--Having re-perused the Statement of Facts in connexion with an Overland Expedition, in 1824, from Lake George to Port Phillip, by Hamilton Hlume, Esq., I feel more deeply impressed than ever with a feeling of regret that the colonists h voe been so apathetic hitherto, as to withhold a public and general expression of their sense of his services and their consequent advantages. When it is considered that Mr. IIume performed not only this journey, but several others, apart from any sellish motives, and under difficulties of such a nature as. to daunt less persevering but more ambitious characters, I feel certain that th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

Is travelling through the Australian butsh wayfarers have been wont to meet with the greatest possible amountof kind nes--so much -o that the hospitality of the settlers of our wilderness has become proverbial. In times past it was customary when a white man-a -stranger-was seen approaching to exclaim, "sling the pot; " and to a great extent, and especially in the remote and thinly-peopled interior, the practice remains the same, and for the honour of our people we trust it will long continue so. While the hospitality, and charity of the generality of our: colntry population are deserving of all praise, there are, in the nature of the country, in the paucity, of inns and halting places, and in many other facts, abun dant and sufficient reasons why the custom of the country should- be so;' andi why a proper feeling of humanity, and a consideration that what is the stranger's case to-day may be our own at some future time, should iumae it so. To support the present desirable state of ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE ROAD TO, KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

LOCAL iNiRELLIGESCJ TIIE BOAD, TO,K[ANDRk . : " ,~snTRDcsr,.pursunnt to advertisemPnt, a public meeting was held at the towti-hall, to'consider the expedience'of. memorialisithg the government with respect to.the projected road to Kiandra. : The meeting was called' for two o'clock, but it was twenty minutes to three when the proceedings com menced. , - ::. . .. .' . - , eThe nmiyr opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement calling the meetintg. iOn the fi'otion of Mr. C. H. Walsh, seconded by ?lr. W. Davies, the mayor took the chair, and Mr. J: T.-Gannon, consented to act as secretary. Mr. 1~VLLtaU DA?'Es said he did not feel so con fident as he had done on previous occasions, in con sequence of information having reached town to the effect 'thllatlong ere any'resolution they might pass could reach the government, the matter they had metto discissewould be decided.' And even sup posing that it were hot,-' he was not at all'satisfied that the .goverdment .vere desirous'ito'h...

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SYDNEY. Saturday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

SYDNEY. stROa OUP. Oxr COR?rtSG'ONEoN .T:] Sutardiy, 4 pi . SAve continued political intrigues with the by no means small class of schemers, there is little to write about in the pirliamentary proceedings. 'Ia some quarters it seems to be taken as a fact, that the late failure has put an end to the hopes of Mr. 3Iartin for the present; but this is doubtful. The story was current as the House broke up last night, that some body would move a vote of want of confidence next week; and I am told that the adjourned ""No. I eommittee room " meeting is to be held to-day.: The fact is that the party opposed to a land bill. and the party anxious for power, are both getting desperate. If thed ministry get their appropriation bill,.tiey will be right, and can then afford to dissolve the House if deflated early in next session, and still get over the diffieulty of text year's estimates. I only.guess that ihis is what their opponents dread; but. whatever the cause, lthey are, becoming very troubl...

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CAMDEN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

CAMDEN DISTRICT COURT. (From. the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY, MAY 21. BEFORE Henry Cary, Esq., Judge. BRAND V. WARD. Tried by a jury of four. This was an nction of detenuoe and trover for five horses:-The damage was laid at £100. According to the plaintiff's evidence he had a number of horses, his own breeding, depasturing in his own paddock, at Mittagong, in December, 1858, when they were driven away to Camden and sold by public nuction, the pliantiff protesting against the sale. The de fendant became the purchaser of five of the horses, which occasioned the present action. Several wit nesses, who were neigihbours of the plaintilff swore that in their belief the horses belonged to Mrs. Cut ter, deceased, whose servant the plaintiff had been, and that he himself had never had any property. The plaintiff, being re-called by the Judge, said that he had been for many years the owner of thirty acres of purchased land, that he occupied one hundred acres belonging to Judge Callaghan, ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

jnctODAsr-MY 024.-.t :.: This being the Quleeh's birthday neither House met:. SFiIDAT-TMAi "25.5 : In the Legislative Council the biisiness was not of a s'ery'interesting nature. The Assembly met at the usual hour."' ' Business of a'formal character' hiaing-been trians acted, and several notices by 'different amembers:"of questions and motions given, Ministers- stated in answer to questions, that reports had b~heireieised relative to the condition of the gaols:!iind loik-iips generally. snd that the complaint of iasufficient ano= commodation was universal;tand that tlie mode of dealing with ;discharged- olicemen had 'notbeer; brought under- the consideration of Goveriiment. -' Wlr. % tiLsou gave notice of a questioii:coicerding what steps, if aly, had been taken to facilitate the intercourse with Kiandra. - .. ," - t 1TE LOAN BILL. Mr. WEEKEs moved that the Loan Bill be read a seconid time. ' ' f" Mr. BLACK thought a bill authorising thie borrow ing of so large a sumw ought nbot to ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. BERRIMA DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY—MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

-7 COUNT.lY NE?Wt. .DERRIMA DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY-MAY 28. (Before Henry Cary, Esq., Judge.) There were fourteen cases for trial, several of which were settled out of court. IloAND v. Rust.-The plaintiff in this ease claimed £1 10se., for a mare that the defendant purchased from the late George Cutter. John Buckman was sworn, and stated..that he knew the mare since it was a foal, and had every reason-to believe that the mare in dispute belonged to his step-son, John Izzard; about four years ego the mare was run in from the bush by one Keith, who said that he Ihad run in Izzard's mare; aceord ingly the mare was fetched home to his, Buekman's, yard and branded IZ; some months - after ehe plaintiff camte' to his house and said that he hada, mare belonging to Mrs. Cutter, and accordingly took her away; he, Buckman, then sued Brand in the Court of Requests for the use of his entire horse, and obtained judgment for the amount. John Izzard gave similar evidence. The judge had the records o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

JOB PRINTING CHEAP, SUPERIOR, AND EXPEDITIOUS, AT THE HERALD GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. W. R. RILEY, R 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, takles the opportunity of informing them that hie has just received, direct from one of the leading English manufiactories, a considerable addi tion of NEW TYvrl AND OTHI?t MtATERItALS, which will enable him to execute orders of every descrip tion with greater facility, economy, and despatch, and ins a style superior to auythioag before seen in these Districts. POSTING BILLS, HAND BILLS, COUNTER BILLS, AND BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ADDRESS OR BUSINESS CARDS. (Catalogues, jlatitphicts, Otub Nttic~ls, nltb eocictic' uepojtI . DRUGGISTS' AND OTHER LABELS, PLAIN AND FANCY. Merchants, Auctioneers, and Tradesmen's Bill Headings. Country order...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

[PR ELECTRIC TELEORAPII.J TUESDAY-- MAY 29. In the Assembly, in reply ton question from Mir. W?ilson. it was stated that the roads from Micilrgo to Coyma, forty miles, and froin Russell's to Kiandra, twelve miles,...had been- surveyed; from 'uraout via Talbingy :t& hintdr; =-ainl alo vin ' Gboragandra, rndefr,, ;on Queanbeya had been explored. Orders had also, been -issuedfor the survey of the routes from Chalker's.to Cathlart, the descent of the mountain on' thb'Eden rtad, aud from the Tumut and Kiandra.line to ]ais.- : Tlhleuosu'is nowri'debating'oi tlie' AAppropiation Bill! whiahi iiin?tieird ritdi opposibiion:-The Loan Bill has passed the third reling.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

-TnO A6 0.'O~ 1. TS. ?tjoodronto, to 9:ur( , rr-o n of t Ir ttt., are T qetoto4 to be torL-'tf 7 k yngth etottor can tee m be nleotred. Coe', 'eodeeto ae' retoded that ie' projfoe t. iteett eely }loteaf tictat' oer tttte tetottiibty. Are ae' Ce'oiantly mee'titn; eommualet tio , to thiteh in eppenode a 'ot' that see t e' notte totette. Then enteUte tee eamtt ol Lt-tur tely It t uo Cel to teepe os ut; in tJditinn to shteh 'le nOeftten uoteeto le to mot.etheoteeltrelt Lth writer'. nueoteg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. OLD ARGYLE STORES. B. BENJAMIN BEGS to inform his numerous customers in town and country, that ho has just received, in ?splendid order, Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands and a large assortment of new and seasonable god?, wih ill be sold at the loowest rotes. 'N.B.--The highest price given for colonial prodouce. 5509 SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial lManufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL , VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, .'itHOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. VV MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PI'T T-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the "Metropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. TIIE undersigned SELL privately, or by suction, I every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every descrip...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

CALEHNDAR. Dý.tth -i.'uoh. i!1"' ·r Sun ýt~l Ire f i i WEDN5AY...... .::LT 30 e a C£ 4 Z-5 0 IaLURIDAY ............. .. 91 810 .4 S+ t 16 FRIDAY ............... .one 17 0 48Z4 I 11 I I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

" T* O TIlE PUB.IC. O?WING to the great increasein the business of the .U 'Uoulburu Ierald' oflice, it was found neces sary two years ag¶ to secure additional promises ad joining those that had hitherto been occupied; and the same inereans eontinuing. the proprietor has agaits found' the acommodation afforded by these premises too small for the improved machinery the extensios'of his business has rendered necessary, and which is not, shortly expected to arrive in the ,colony. SAt rery considerable expense, therefore, airinting office, superior in site and completeness to auy out of Sydney, has just been erected in the most central part of the town; and thither the business of the office. has been removed, and will from and after to dty be carried on. The best thanks of the proprietor are doe for the degree of support, which has justified him in taking this step. The new premises immediately adjoiti the Aus tralian Store. SHerald' Office. 12th agy';1960. TO SUBSCRIBERS. A GREAT many ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 30 May 1860

BIRTH. On the 22nd instant, at Gininderra, the wife of HAROLD M. DAVIS, land surveyor, of a daughter.__________________ The Goulburn Herald.     WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1860.  

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MR. D. F. ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 2 June 1860

M?, 1). F?. Ilouuri·s.-We observe., byiur contemporalry, the'Moroton Bay Courier' that this gentleman hes been oflbred, uud has ao c~epied a sent in the Upper House. A large addirion hiusjust been madeto the collection of books in the Public Library, MIel bourne, which now numbers some 20,000 vols. The new list ?.,nturis seaver'al books of much value.

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