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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

COLLECTOR. (Froee a Correspondelt.) On the whole our little township progresses. In addition to the English church, erected out of the funds collected by the Rev. A. D. Snares during that gentleman's ministrations here, several buildings have sorung up during the last few months. Messrs. Crowther and Simpson have each com pleted considerable additions to their business pro mises; and Mr. Kimberley. of the Old Collector Store, is, I understand, making pieparations for building a dwelling-house and store on a somewhat extensive scale. The great want of a good school to meet the re quirements of a largo portion of the inhabitants of this township and neighbourhood, is now happily remedied, Mr. John J. Waddell having supplied a cottage for the residence of a teacher, and a large building, furnished with desks, seats, &c., as a [cboolhonuse. A party-Mr. and Mrs. Ledger have commenced a day-school, which (all things considered) promise to be successful, and will, it is expected, i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARGYLE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

LOCAL INTELLUIGENCE. ARGYLE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY. TuE annual general meeting, of the above society was held in the court house yesterday. The hour named was noon; but the meeting did not commence till within a few minutes of one o'clock, at which hour ten persons, exclusive of the members of the press, were present. On the motion of .Mr. Roust, the chair was taken by Mr. James Chisholm. Mr. Rossn then read the following nEroRT: Report of the Argyle Agricultural and tIortledltural Soelety for 1650- 0. Your commltteehnve the honour to report the prgres of the Argyle Agricultural and Iortirultural Society for the year endlng may, 1I0O, being the thlird year of the Society's existence. On Weduielny, tihe 21th August,J.00,the annual ploughing match wase hell at naroorigang, by permeaslon of lr. Webster, to whom thle o.mmittee tender their thanks. l'lucs for four matchesn ere offered, but entries being made solely for the wheel plough match, the commiottee very lpro pee...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

LACHILAN DISTRICT. (From oeur own Correspondent.) GnREon FLuo.-Thenight of the 25th May, 18o0, will be long remembered by the inhabitants of this district. From about 9 a.m. to 10 o'clock u.m. of the 26th, it ruined as if the flood gates of Heaven were opened. I never saw anything in all my life to equal the quantity of ruin that fell during the above time. Old residents on the creek, state that they never saw such a flood, except at the time of the great flood of Gundagai. I am happy to have it to say no life or property is lost. The only damage I hear of done by the flood, is the loss of a dam at a place called the Back Creek, about seven or eight miles from the main creek. It will besome days yet ere any person can cross tile creek. Tile Goulburn and Sydney mails have arrived at Moorungeralle, but I fear that news will be rather stale ere we get our papers. This morning, 30th, I noticed tile creek to have fallen from seven to eight feet, and yet it is several feet higher than at ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

COIRESSP ONDENCE. [We are desiwusthat our eo1umn' should be regvaed a. open to all p.rties,ood we ar threforeo-willing to give Itoettion to all tempertetl and Intelligibly rltten Ietter on tobjtto of public Intoott, evon thouglho th inions l dvanced may be diametrically oppolltt toour o0 n.0

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

COMMER CIA L. (Unless otherwlis epresed, tile prces quoted In this article are thoe in transactions between thile producer and the first pur chaser;no neo between one dealer and another, much leas the retlail priees.] Sn?eosY.--ine flour, per ton, £5; seecondl,, ditto, £?3 broan, per bushel, la. d.; wheat, U. to n. ed.: malse, 3s. 9d. to 4.; oats, 3s. 3d. to 4..; borley, 3s. to 3s. 3d.; cheese, 0d. to 7d.; bacon, 7d. to 8d.; hay, £0 to £?. Honse MAn~n ET.-Mr. C. Martyn reports:--The horse market is very dull, and few sales have' been effected during the week. The description of stoclt offered for sale is very inferior, and therefore, un saleable, but in almost every instance where any thing of a good stamp is offered, fair prices are easily obtainable. PRODucE REPORT.-Messrs. Durham and Irwin report:-Wool.-There is very little doing in this article, and it is likely to remain quiet for some time. as the lots coming to hand are not such as would excite much competition, and therefore...

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CATTLE STEALING PREVENTION ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

CATTLE STEALING PREVENTION ASSO CIATION. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Mtikle din and ittll woo ' As the Dell said when he cllpplt the oo. Sn--I observe a letter in a recent number of the 'Goulburn Chronicle,' signed A Sufferer. complain ing of the various gangs of cattle stealers who infest Wheeo and the neighbouring districts, and express ing the immediate necessity of having the "griev ance rectified," ifI may use the writer's own expres. sion. " It is a duty," says Sufferer, "that devolves upon every honest man, to raise his voice against this crying evil, and it is high time for one to step forth and useallhis might to check its growth!" Who in the world this great patriot is who raises his voice and " uses all his might" against this "crying evil " I am wholly ignorant of; !"ut he may cry until he is tired for all the cattle-lifters care. We want some thing more than mere voice, Mr. Suffererl and if this is all the aid you are willing to afford, why you may as well be ...

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PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

I'APNBULA. (Prom a Cmrcrpondent.) The Panbula gold prospecting party has been prospecting in this district since the 15th of last month. They have not, however, been very suc cessful as yet. The amount collected to start them amounted to £19 3s., collected chiefly in Panbula. It is to be hoped that the people of Twofold Bay and the district generally will contribete in like manner, in order, now when the party is out, that the dis trict may be properly prospected. The party are not without hopes of success, and, as will be seen, trust to the generosity of the public. I am in receipt of a letter from Mr. Smirl, the young man in charge, bearing date the 2dth May, of which the following is a copy: "- Bibbenlook, May 28th. "Mr. Thomson. "Sir,-We arrived at the top of the Kamnrooka River (after leaving Panbula), which takes its course from the chalk ranges, on the oppos:te fall from the Honeysuckle. We prospected there for two days, and found a few specks to the dish; but not sufficient ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

Money-Money-Money. rTO LEND in sums from £5 to £100, on good security. JOSEPH COLLINS Loan Office, Opposite the Argyle Inns 5034 . Montage-street. Ex 'Oscar' from New York. SW. COLLINSS'S AMERICAN AXES -s Ditto hunter's hatchets Ditto shinglirig ditto Ditto lath ditto Ditto .broad diitt Ditto California piicks American auger bits, all sizes Ditto garden rakes and hoes, handled jitto pusaps, patent and whittled clothes pins Ditto steel squares, haminers,'&c, &e. IIIEDALE AND CO., Iron mercants an'd general ironmongers. ESTIhULSHIED 18$0. . 5361 IREDALE'S AXLE BLOCKS, 25 per Cent. Cheaper than any other make NOTICE TO WHEELWRIGIITS. IIESE AXLE BLOCKS are Stronger. Better finished, and Cheaper tlhbi any other make. STRONGER ..... ... ecause made out of the very best Scrap Iron, and .. the strength put just ETTE "-FINSI : .where irequired. BI)TTIR-fINISIED Bnecusethe ,pinis are eare " filly swvaged up'to'tf the S" crron 'boxes eactly, leaving a'qkin almost as hard as ste...

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COUNTRY NEWS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

COUNTRY NEVWS. TUENA. (From our omn Corrempondent.) As predicted the new rush turns out well, and increased activity, prevails in mining matters. The vexed question of license fee is now settled, and dur ing the week a party of Chinamen selected a choice piece of ground, for which they paid fifteen pounds to MIr. Iright, for twenty licenses. I hear that the constant agitation for the removal of the camp, has been productive of a good result, as I am informed immediate steps will be taken to erect the barracks and stables for the troopers in the township. Air. Chard, as secretary to the Local Board of the Tuena National School, has received a donation of £5, from W. R. Watt, Esq., M.P. for Georgiana, and that. gentleman compliments the local patron, and congratulates the inhabitants of Tuena, on the selec tion of MIr. Vembrooke as a teacher, of whose abili ties the honorable gentleman speaks in the highest terms of commendation. Tuena, June 9, 1860.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

CALUNDAX. DaIlof thIeeLk. 1o en . Aot' '.:II U AY ........... J e13 7 i 4 6 3 JI.U* ................ 7.1" t L1 tt S e oulbttru hrah. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1560. OwrHo to a pressure of advertisements, and the arrival uf late English news, we are obliged to omit our leading article.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

THE HIERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Stoic, Auburn-street, Goulburn. OLD ARGI'YL~' "STORES. B. 'BENJAMIN B EGS to inform his numerous customers in town and country, that he has just received, in splendid order, Sinclair's English Hams. hMalaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands and rlargo assortment of new and seosonablo goods, which wvill be sold at the lowest rates. N.B.-Tho highest price givbn for colonial produce. 5509 SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURI.N 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, IARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMON~GERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, N1ext the iMetropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. TiHE trdersigned SELL privately, or by auction, e overy FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, King-streot West Wool, tallow, shecpskins, hides, and every descri...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

SYDNVY. Monday, 4 p. m. POLITICAL. Ttic assumption of the Upper House to control the public purse is all nonsense, and is likely to provoke a tremendous resistance. Cowper will not yield an inch. The nominees Intend to amend the Indemnily Bill, and the Assembly will most likely reject It. Ifay et ho' genue oune will support the "lords." It is not at all unlikely that the Appropriation Bill will be refused by tile nominces. The only chance of escape appears to be the swamping of them with new men. Mr. Riley's letter to the Colonial Secretary, con. earning certain kindly offices of James Chisholm, 3sq., appears in Saturday's' Empire.' The fLgislativeo Council was to have met to-night, to resume the debate on Indemnity Hill, but is likely to adjourn, in consequence of the death of the Usher of Black IRod, Major Lockyer, who was found dead In his chair at his own house, aged 74. The report of the select committee on the Pitt. street tramway, has been published, and is decidedly favorabl...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE OTTAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 13 June 1860

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ARIIIVAL OF THII OTTAWA. The P. and 0. Company's ateamer Ottawa arrived in Nepean BIay at 2 p.m. on Monday. She brings the English and European mails up to 19th April, and nhws to the 20th. The Jeddo broke her screw within two days sail of Glle, aud had to bear up to Bombay, where the pmasengers and mails were delayed two days. The preeut wrail had, therefore, to be brought by the Ottawa, which vessel experienced strong head winds, from the line to within two days' sail of King George's Sound. From thence the winds were light and variable. The Emeu, with the April mails, arrived at Galls on the 16th May. The Benares left King George's Sound on the 25th May. A conference of ten of the European powers I in Paris on the affairs of Switzerland and Savoy, was expected to be held immediately. The final result of the voting in Savoy and Nice uresents an immense majority in fivour ofantexation to France. The Emperor and Empress of France intend shortly to make a tour of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

AUSTRALIAN NURSERY, CAMDEN. CIIOICE AND EXTENSIVE COLLECTION or FRUPIT TREES, INCLUDING MANY NEWLY IMPOIRTED VARIETIES, And Plants for Embellishing Landscapes. API'LES, 70 varieties, free from blight, Apricots, Plums, l'achdes, Nectarines, Cherries, Ches nuts, Figs, Filberts, Guavas, Loquats, Mcdlars, 'Pomegranates, Alronda, Waluts, 'ears, 2s. cactih. Itasplhlrries, Myatt's Britishl Queen Strawberry, raoted Vines for table or for wine, l1s. per o100. Oranges, 4s. Gd cacch. Lemons, 3s. cach. Every descriptison of orniamnutd tree and shrub, flowering roots, bulbs, flower and vegctable seeds. Lists andt prices upon application to the undsorsigned; or to Mr. JAMEh S LANSDOWVN, Goulburn, who will always ihave a stock on iuhand of fruit trees and gardenr seeits, for parties to choose from, or to exhibit as a sample. FRANCIS FERGUSON. Australian Nursery, Camden, 1tth April, 8601. 5100 ORWELL HOUSE, MACLEAY-STREET, DARLINGIIURST, SYDNEY. Lady Principal: MISS MOORE. A FEW VACANCIES for BOARD...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

SI'SC C'LLA NE) US. A NicE MOTrv.ILY tWoMAn.--Mnry Jane Davis, alias Fish, whose escape from the gaol on Wednesday evening was announced in yesterday's ( Itegister,' is likely to figure among the remarkable criminals of South Australia. At the lanstsession of the Supreme Court but one, sle was charged with an impudent robbery from the person, and won her acquittal by the consummate skill with which shie managed a still more impudent de fence. A woman of comely exterior andnl matronlike proportions, she appeared as slhe stoodl in the dock to have nothing in common with tohe unfortunate members of a class whichl generally figure in cases of that de scription. She lavished endearments, also, on a finle little baby in her arms, as if all thought of her position as a prisoner was lost in her maternal solicitude. The trick took-the jury could not think her capable of the vile condslct whicb one, not immaculate, witness attributed to her: and the more restrained feelings and practised inte...

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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

CO).NIMECIA4L. .'".•'IEnALD' Office, Friday evening. It is eroy dlmcutm to obttan carriage for up the country. r ote.sra. Flmnnuol untd So t report tile purc'hae of 1 tou eieese; an'd Ofr. llenJamlnt of 23 cwt. butter, endi 30 cwt. Itusloucs generaly hus been dull. • tOULIURN.PrIC ES CURREb'T. Wheal, 11ie to 12s. id.Itbushelt Flour fine, £ilt l ton seouds, £C33. Ulrtt 71 to &1 ,-l. Dran 2e. ? busio L ' hL,. Mal: pto. to to. td busl"l. Berky/, 4s. tou4h ed. d bushel faqt, s. to tu. t bushe. ,' ln?, tot£lton.' , 2/uttt ,, frcshl,l lto 1Rs(. B .'?. saltr 11d; ._ .c . .. Obese, ,d. to d.. ' I .flco, 7yd. to 8d. Ih. . li : ZFoot, lu Vd. to '2.: t dozen. Fotu?cres,Lb to'6Ittoo .... L , Onil?,.l2R tolgs:?w s~~o .:cnlg .: , ;?,?,?,.l. Fet Cuttleei £ to £7 7s It tood, tucording to eight." Ci~bt8 ,'£10a.td £16-s. ?'hePd.', ? "*":'' : Ebhcj, 10,. to Ots. Iheod. . . : " plFt,, l4d to4yd. ?tb! • Tails v' £dtEo Lo50 i ton, for good namplos. llle€ , 40. to to. enh. uBhtelshin#, td. to d. e...

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LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

SLACHILAN DISTRICT. (FPras or own Csorrenot?ile.) TOE WEaTca R.--SinCe the last great fall of rain. the weather has been truly delightful; this morning we had a eere frost;. at this moment, M\Ionday, 8 o'clbock;.am., it is extremely cold, and has; how ever, every appearance of costinauing so. A D.GaoEtoUs CUsro3rER.-A few days ago a travelling man called at a station named Groggin, in this district, and enquired of the person in charge vhether he could get a night's entertainment, and whenbnsvwered in the affirmative he quietly took.up his abode near tile kitchen fire, in which place he re mained till bed-time. When shown to hiis sleeping apartinent, he immnediately undressed and went to bed, in which place he remained till about 2 o'clock in the morning, when hlie awolke.the inmates of the house, and chased ihem therefrom with a pitchfork. After he huad fairly taken possession of the premises hle barricaded the doors, nid tihus lept possession withlout being in the least annoyed fr...

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THE ROAD TO SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

TIE ROAl) TO SIOALUAVEN. Tirt papers respecting thie road from Gool burn to Slhoillhaven, moved for by Mr. Uinrrett, have been pirinteld. TheI first is a letter from thle acting surveyor-general to the under-secretary for lands, enclosing reports from Mr. Rowland, the gentleman who surveyed the ronadl in question; and pointing ot, that as thel rail roaid progresses, the valuel of the proposed line as a means of traffic from Goll,'rn and the country beyond would become less. Yet it is shown, that a very large quantity of valnablh country would be opened up. lThe second is thie report of Mr. Rowland on thie line of road in question; and the third Ssintoatement of the works required, andl of the expelndituro likely to be necessary, by which it woruld lappear that tihe roadl can be com pleted for £15i003 15s. Thie former document is very intereCtiNjg; and we thereforu give it entire: Is. Sunvayon RowtrAn to SURvEon Grear.nua. Sydney, 11 November, 1859. Sir,-In transmitting tie plans and...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GOULBURN PROPRIETARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCIE. THE GOULBURN. rOmIIETARY SCHOOL. O Thursday last, the first distribution 'of prizes to the scholars attending the above school took place at noon, in the reading-room of the mechanics' institute. The public were admitted by ticket;he:tand the rooml was pretty well filled with Iheseholos and their friends, and others interested in the progressof edueation. On the motion of Mr. WatLIuAat DAVIES, the chair was taken by aIr. James Chisholi. - " The Cil.tosess briefly expressed his regret. that Ihe Itorsoreble T. A. Murray, sho'it hadbeen hoped would have presided, wasn unable to attend, being detainedl in Sydney by his parliamentary duties... The Head matster Mr. 11. S. tLHawicss then said, that it was his wish that theboys attending his -hol ahonsld receive that sort of eduation that would best fit them for their future positions in life. Hence, it was not altogether a classical school in the sense in which that term was generally uniderstood. A classical ochool in...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

TuE question in dispute between the Legi- i lative Council and tie Assenmbly, in rtfirencen to money votes, involves a principle of very great imuportance. It applars 'that during theo adjouirnment consequent on the last msilni?teinil crisis, it became necestary for the public service to pay away certain siums of llostey withOUS 9tr l vuse Or CrI'ee t TOm toe Assembly. To condone for this, the ministry introduced a bill of indemrnity, which pasted the Lsgislative Assembly, and was subse quently sent up to the' Council. This bill referred only to the sums of money so sipent without any vote of credit; but the previous ministry had expended certain 'sums on the utlthority of votes of the 'Assembly, and thesU latter sumrs also the Council now claim to have inserted in the Bill of Indemnity. This claim is resisted by the representative of the -overnnient. IHe coriterids'that an indemnity rom the full parliament is required only for that expenditure which was made without any parliamenta...

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