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

1IOToGouAStr--It will be soonr by our advertis ing columlns, that .1r. Mtullr, whose portraits tlrve given suoh satisfaction during his rstay .hrro, is shortly about to leave, we understaind, for .Yas~s. TeoND cs for the eooveyanrce of mails from Wugga Wngga to Deonilquindncdo a wckc, for the term of one year and fivre moths, will be received at the g· ,nral post-ofliceup to VWednesday, 11thh July. Antstull RoAu.-1'he hliuo' of iarish road from Ilur.le Rtangsto mnain saouthern road,: neur-fBerrinos, entiitioidd iltrd ·i ?i'Giverrnntl'G tiiette' 'oI'h bd'I4th Junteo, 1S5, hfis behn forihn-lly.iuarkerd sutf oploned by to propnr" ofhicer, tlnd the, auno is ouuw pen for ptrrblc usse. . . . . . . . .

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

SYPNEY. -4 Leanl oun owS con rotitcwr.3 Thursday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. Tucl Legiilative OCuncll has "amended" the Inldemnity 1ill, and it is to be read a third time to day. -Mr Cowper has given it np to .Mr. Thomson. The speecth f the evening yestecrday was that ofT Isaacs. lie was lurious. lie declared that he would never surrender one of his privileges as a memberref that Illuse, until a Cromwell marched in, with au army at his back! The ndditional judge hill Its been thrown out of the Assemnbly-als Ithe report on the opium seizure. Soine excitnePllt has been cansad at Newtowu, by the: sdden death f a man servant of Mr. Graham's, the solicitor, it being said that lis employer find 'iven him a severe beating. ho far as the cororier cndi jury miy be relied on, however, it seems that the beaticg chad nothing to do witth the cause of death. We havre furthler New Zealandcl intelligence, and it is threatlening. T're Maori king movemerent was erx tending, and it was proposed to hIoist a 1't...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

COUNTRIY NB?FWS. -0- COOMA. (From our owen Correpondsnt.) Mne. Jone RICsAnD NEATrE.-On Monday last John Richard Neate, chief constable of Cooma, was brought before the beach of magistrates, charged with allowing a prisoner, known by the soubriquet of Brihky, to escape from his custody. The bench had the alternative of fining Mr. Neate £5, or dismissing him. They chose the latter, and did so. On Tuesday a meeting was called at the Austra lian Hotel, in order to petition the bench to re-consi der the case. It was very numerously attended, and a strong feeling shown in favour of Mr. Neate, and it was resolved to draw up a petition and present the same to the bench. In accordance with the resolu tions the following petition was drawn up and duly presented today: To the eorshipful the Benoh of 3ta~istrates soting Sn and for tee district o CoousM in the colony ofr Ne Sout Wat nas The petitlon of the undesigned rescidents ino the poliaeo di rct ofn Cooma, ruao.bl hereeh- . That your petiti...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald
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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

PA IIfLIA M.NTA'R? Y. Tusuuar--Ju.E 12. In thel T Tgislative Council the Loan Bill of 186 --. n-". ·*-....gk :- ......i·*** "ImaNal~r C. the Hlouse, and the third reading fixed for the following day. 'ihe House went into committec on the Indemnity Bill. On an amenllmdnent proposed by MIr.,1AoAbRin.the first clause, covering ther whole of the sums ex perded, The CoLO?sIL Scc.T:rARr cailedl fora division. There were fsi thie o endment 19, to,5 against it. The CooslAbr, SECllTAull" iirnated that he had olhig furthefto do ;ithl thile bill. Mr. D)o?s To1IOns)N movend the adoption of the clause as amenled--ud this wnas earried. After some amenllmuents in the ?ireamble, to carry out thile previous anmellndments, the bill was repourtrel as amended, and thile adoption If thereport was mlde an order of the day for !Vednesd"y. The Assembly inet at twenty-eigit minutes puast three o'c:lock. With reference to the seizure of' goods by the cestoms autheriti!s at AlIury, Mir. ·WVeckes stated in rep...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

FURTHER' EUIROPEAN NEWS, ...From the telegrams received by the Sydney papers we glean the following further items of the news brought by the Ottawa: Revolutionary governments in Sicily and Spain completely suppressed. The English have a fleet of nine screw sail of the line, and four admirals at Malta. Part of the French troops, at the request of the King of Sardina, remain in Lombardy. King of Naples keeps a strict neutrality. France offers a very small strip of Savoy to Switzerland. The Budget is not yet completed. Parliament re-assembles after the Enaster vacation, on 16th April The revenue returns for year ending MIarch 31s, shewn an'increase of upwards of five millions. Lord Elgin's departure for Chins has been post poned to April 26th, on account of the death of his mother. Great distress prevails at Coventry among the operatives engaged in the ribbon trade. The grand jury have found true bills for perjury against the young girl upon whose evidence the Rev. Mr. II.tch was found...

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

W EDNIHDAY. JUN?e :13. In the Legiislutive Council thu. prlicipal businoss was thu thuid readillng oT thu Loun Bill, which wao. passed; and thie nduptiin of thin ruport of thie coin mittee of the whoule on, the IdIhnlitfiy Bill, which was moved by ,lr. EAOit, mind iconoded by Mr. JoltTnuroN, and agrned to. l'llh', liiril reading of theo bill was lixel for thie next day. In the .ssembly, the lirst order of the day;ito take evidence on railway works, was postpuoned, .owing,to the illless of the Minister for \Yorks.- r T?he Ministerr for Lands oioved thoe totinoi stond i:ig in his iunmo relative to thiu aztexztion to SoutJt Australia of the portion of lalidlyinog betwdeii Suuth Australlia ond Westlro Austr-lia.. Thie muotion wasot rid of by thi previousiujestion, the imjo.ity biin?og26 to, 6.. The louame was ahortly sfterwaidd uointed'ouot. [rER ELECTRIO TELEGRAHI'II.J TI'itUosurDAY-JuNE. 14. In tb? Council theo. ecutd reading: of the appro priutiun Bill was plttpooned to W\ednesday ne...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

TO COIMIEBFONDENW8. Orrnpn4?.t? enUrn Ifrurm of tdr idt?, m - ,.elt I e bdrlrf- Vet7 kngltbylItUrs ,eIdom b Inerr.?d. /' Crlmlplol are w.mlmid4l tbhat we p?fe4'einlrtonly tr tat are wrltt'el InctdHlltb. "We -e entnts"y reirrlnt eommekrt oleela, to whfrb i sppme ?a mlo that Th will Icrrt mke. thl o mllo M ament of hbourlhlt l inlir t Iimle on us: n alllJidon le -whh we errsleo unubl t e the pseuIee s 5ut the crrelr'. msenlsnl

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

THE HERALD OFFICE IB removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, noxt door to the Australlan Store, Auburn-street, Goulbnrn. OL'D c.dhGSYLD STORES. B. BENJ-AMIN "EGB to inCnfor his numerous customers in town D and country, that he has just received, in splendid ord.er, Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Oompany's Sugars Teas, Fiuest Brands and a large assortment of new and'seasonable goods, which will be sold at the lowest rates' ." N ..-Tho highest price given for colonial prodoco. "509 SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPPOSITE THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL ~ERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, "IT ROLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. MAKERS, aind SADDLERB? ' IRONIONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, * AeD PIT - STREET, SYDNEY, iexct the iVletropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. FT¶HE omdersigned SELL privately, or by anotion, . every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, s6, Kiig.stieet West- . Wool, talloW, heeopskinas, hides, a...

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

CALUMDlAE. 4I1NI~ol 4Y.'~L ~l ··l ··- 78 i: fl071III)AY *......l ln 18 7 8 1 4 02 a0 'rIaS f)AY........ I * .I I I I 78 402 N.

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

TO SUBSCRIBEIIS. A GChEAT many of our subscribers have ex 1 presseld wisi to pay in advance, but say their absence froms town freqluently prevents their doing so. ?, We may remind them that they can always re mit in penny or tw,.penny postage stamps, which are just as valuabhle as cash to us. biy paying a quarter In adeance a saving of one shillingas effected. Bly paying twelve monthsin ad vance, there is a gain of four shillings TO TIlE PUIILIC. Ol' WING to the great increase in the business of the * Udluburn HIerald ' office, it was found neces sary two years ago to secure additionil premises adn Joinlng those that had hitherto been occupied; and the svame increase continuing, the proprietor has again found the anommodnlation affrdedl by htlte premie too small for:the improved machinery the eatension of his business has rendered necessary, and which is neso shertly expeted to aorrive it the colony. At very considerable xpensi , therefore, frinting office, superiuior in size and co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 16 June 1860

DIED. On the 7th instant, at her residence, Woodstock Hall, Paddington, in the 7oth year of her age,   MARGARET, widow of the late ROBERT FUTTER, R.N., of Lumley, Argyle. The Goulburn Herald.         SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1860.

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

THE friends of Mr ABRAHAM BALLARD are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of   his late wife SARAH, which will take place THIS DAY. The body will be at St. Saviour's Church at 2pm. 5715 C. FITZPATRICK,         Undertaker.       *.;.:,...,. Teams Wanted TfO proceed to Sydney and fetch up three or four .It tonfs of heavy loading. Apply at this otlice. Wanted, A"GOi D GARDENEII, who thorooglly under stands his business. IlRegular wages and rations will be given, to engage for twelve calendar months. Addtrd?es 'Hl. PATERtSON, Barabangalo, near SGinning.-. . 5670 "A MA?RRIED.COUPLE, with three boys, want ? a situation on a farm or sheep station. Apply A. B., at the office of this paper. 5710 ........ Wanted, ERMANIENT employment.on a sheep or tattle 'stiation, as Mainager, Oversear, or Storekeeper. Twelve years' experience in Victoria. Address A. B., eare A. MONTAGUE, Cooma, Man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

PROCLAMATION, By Iis xcllency Sin WLLr. TiotrA D leNo Knight Coammnder of tho most Ionourable Order of the Bath, Governoar-General in and over all Her I3t jesty's Colonies of Now South Wales, Tasoania, Victoria, ad Sooth Australt ,Western Australia, and Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dnetndencies, and Vico-Admiral of the same, &c, &c., &c. porsuance of the authority in me vested, I, the Governor-Generol and Governor aforesaid, with the advice of the Executivo Counoil, do hereby notify and - L 1raclaitn, that the following Lots of Land will be offered for sale by piblie auction, t th. u.doroeotio-ed place, at Eloven o'clock rn the day apocilld, at the upset price allixed to cack Lot respectively. (Deposit 10 per cont.) Deed ..co £ each for lots stdor 50 nores, nd l sn oath for thoso above. SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, EDEN, On WVednesday, the 18ih day of July, 1860. COUNTRY LOTS. im I R C ,-. ns. rs cu oa . roma...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

SYDNEY. -4- IRnes OuR 1OW COtRntaR pODET.) .Monday, 4 p.m. POL5TICAL. Tilt Government undoubtedly sustained al defeat on Friday night, on Mr. Cummings' nlathurst road mution; but those who talked of a aministerial resig natioit gave utterance to theLir wishes rather than to an anticipation that was: probable. The defeat, though signal, was not on a matter .of public poliey, lproperly so called. It would be quite possible to bring about a series of defeats of almost any Govern ment, if the non-oflficial memobers made a compact to vote fIr ech others' proposals with ?Iference to local subjects. 'There is, however, a growingand strength enling feeling, that the delay in the prassing of the Appropriation Act, occasioned by tile preposterous claims of the nominees, ought now to be taken ad vantage of fr the purpose of not only introducing, huit also of presening on the L?.nd Bill,and the bill for the reformn of the Upper House, so that ministers may be able to go to the coiuntry on the w...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

AllSCELLANOU US. THE FEIIBNo EME?BALD POISON An SiN'rtU.-In consequIence ot the death of Gr?assot, the comic actor, from the effects of abslncthe, coming soon on that of Alfred du Musast from tie same insidious bevcrngo, tice comnmittoo of the Academici do Medicine, Paris, lhasjust ordered reoserclhes to be mado upon the various results of absintlhe drinking, which lias of late yoeirs asscmued an imuportance uneoqualled by tihe gin-drinking of England or tho schnlps ofloulland. Thoconsequesbes of this habit are proved upon. examination to have become fearful all over Franco and Algoria. The most remarkablo of thleso, and one which may be concidered unique, is the froquency of hallucination, generally of the most horrible kind, fnncietl guilt of murder and crilme of overy killnd, wich render tile 10oo0 victim lhable to suicide, even when in apparent. possession of every security and blessing. The catalogue of ills brought on by absinthe is painful ill the extreme, when associated in ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

PA tLA M.ENBArTA i Y. IFtIDAy-JutiSt 15. The Assembly.met at half-panst three o'clock, but thue busineas trraunsacted was of nIo very great .dgree of interest. Mr. DE?elntir asked the Secretary for Lands, " I. Whether it is tih intention of the Government *to hae the streets in tile town of Goulburn aligned; und, irfi, when? 2. Whether thelond reserved for maurlket purpuses in tile town of Goulburn huas been graited to thIle market eonaunissiolers; and, if it hIas nut, whether the Government is willing to grant it to tile municipl council? 3. If the GovCermnentrecog tise the existeclleu eof tiLe ularkuet.colnissioners silico the establiushment of tile miaicipality of Goulburnt and if they do, whether it i tile intention of tile Government to adopt measures for the dissolution of tle maurket commaissionirs, atd tranasferring the sole contrul of tie tuarkhet to thIe Goulburn municipal couallcih?" Arr. Honcarsoo, in.,reply. t~otlyofict .question, enid the survey of thie alignmen?t of.t...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

COLONIAL EX, TlA CS. DEATH Or WELLS, THE SURVEYOR.-This day (Monday) has been hold an inquest by the coroner, 11. I. Perrott, Esq., on the body of the unfortunato individual, W. H. Welle, whoseo sudden death, and the failure of all attempts to discover the body for inoro than two days after, had created such a sensation in the neighbourhood. Although you will probably be in possession of the official report of the inquest for your forthcoming issue, it mty be worth while in some respects to send you a brief abstract of what appeared in evi daonce and otherwise. On Thursday evening last tile deceased arrived in this locality from the northward, and an hour or two before sunset stopped at Mr. Mloon's Inn, the lan of Kent. Here, though lho generously treated all whom he found, the language which he used, and which appeared to be habitual to him was euch as excited the utmost disgust and horror in tihe bystamlers. The particular expressions, indectled, which he employed amidl his ribald...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

(a IC'&Ra ELECTU(IC TELEOIIAPILJ *4 TuEsDlr r-Juh 19. i T~e' debuae on Ibo .Cutitivil'e uninontints in thre ~II~prnniiy 13111 in ncwr eoiwng onl.

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ROAD TO ROCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

??"R.OAU To I2tciC.t:Y..-Several men are at present ,qmnployed on tle repairs otl the road between BUsahurst and isicklay, ?ad from what we cali learn, the job is 5. likely to ~us 'good a onle uas thl molney voted by the ]egialniaturo for that purposu will admit of. At pre. Ssent, the r [d on Ile Bathirat side of the mount hals only bei?n~.paired, but the work is gradually pro gaess?an'g Bathlrat Fros Prre.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860

Horse Teams and Bullock Teams T'ANTED, to load immediately about 60 tons for Russell's and Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 ' Adjoining the Royal Hotel. Teams Wanted, i 'O carry about EIGHT TONS of STONE from .I Wingello to Queanbeyan. C. McDONALD, 5740 Mason, Goulburn. To Carriers. WI ANTED TDAMS to load for Coolringdon, I Maneroo. Apply to 1571N N. C. PHILLIPS. S :"Wanted,, A GOOD GARDENERI, who thoronghly under .: stands his busiuesa. Regular wages and rations will he given, to engage for twelve calendar months. Address II. PATERSON, Baraubangalo, near . Gunning. 5670 To Newspaper Proprietors. ' , TTILL he shortly for sale an excellent DOUBLE ShV D.EMY PRESS. Particulars can be obtained at the Goulburn Herald office. Notice to Parties Indebted to the New Argyle Stores. TIMIE undersigned would inform those pisbons 1 whose accounts have been running over twelve. months unpaid, that unless they are Isttled, or some arrangement entered into by the 15th July,' he shall beel c...

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