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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
Wanted, A QUANTITY of PIRtESSED HAY, delihred in i. Goulburn. Lowest cash price, by letter, I1tMl.B., ' Hlerald' office. 5739 S a tirWanted, : .: BY the advertiser, a sitaation as GARDENER. SIIas had eleven years' colonial experience, Can produce good references if required.' Address, J.I.H., office of this paper. : ' : .. 5733 ,....Wanted, . E AiS " O.:: O ,K:IAN.D R A, S" " B. BENJAMlIN, 5'738 Old Argyle Stores. Teams Wanthd T proceedlaj to Syncey andfetch up 'three or four . onsb of heavy load, ing Apply at this olico. ' Notice. IFT THIOMAS SLATER unit JOHN KULT.ICK -do'not remiove their property loft at my house, and pay the expenses thereon, before the lst July, it will be sald for that purpose. GEORGE HOAD, : 5682 . o "Montague-stree, Gbulburn. ,',::' English Newspapers, P ER TIHE 'OTTAWA,' just to hand; and ON SALE at the Herald Book Mart. O·Oi ceN SALE at the . Hernld SOffice- - The.New Gold Fields' legulatioins Dog. Forms Apprentices Indentures Impounding Act Blaster and Se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
THE HERALD OFFICE IS removed to the site of the Australian Hotel, next door to the Australian Store, Auburn-street, Goulburn. OLD AR~GY?E STORES. B. BENJAMIN BEGS to inform his numerous customers in town and country, that he has just received, in splendid order, Sinclair's English Hams Malaga Bloom Raisins Company's Sugars Teas, Finest Brands and a large assortment of now and seasonable goods, which will be sold at thle lowest rates. N.B.-The highest price given for colonial produce. 5500 SKINNER & NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade and Cordial MIanufacturers. OpPOSITE THE CATHOLIO CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, W HOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND pITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the MV]etropolitan Hotel. 5417 Colonial Produce Sales. THE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, every FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, 66, ling-street West Wool, tallow, sheepshins, hides, and every description of co...
COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices.] [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
- COM f 1E?RC IAL. LUnless outhrwle erpressed, the prices quoted tn this arilete are thore in treentaeton hbetween the producer and the first pur thaser; not as between one dealer and noother, much leee the retell prloeirl YA.ss--Whrat, per busheb, 11. to ihe.; fnne iiour, per ton, f£5 to £8t streoerds, ditto, £.22 9p £30; bne, tper bushel, lt. Od., maite, 5S. to 0s. 0d.; oatt, es. to rt.; Ihae per ton, -e to tOe 0.; barleryd . to 5s ; tresh butter, Is. td. ; taldltto, is. to Is. Sd.per lb.; eheere, wanted; bheon, waeted; erie, perdoteo, 0.. lid. to S..; potatoes, per ect., O. to 7e.; dried bidet, aehb, fi. to ti. 0d.; rreen ditto, ts. to 10t.; bred, per 2lb. oaf, 0d.; beef, per Ib..Od.toe4d.; mutltn. 5d.; oeal, fid. ;pork, 5d. to fd.; fat aettle, £8 to £O 10t.; fat st rp, 16t. to tBs. tRtAeoro D.--Fine floourper ton £35 to £57; cheat, per bushel, 1t. to 14t.; bran, fs.; oatt, 7e. tofl?;tmaie,8it to a.; ray, £11 to leSt petttoes, £0 10s. to £P per to;n freeh butter, per lb. It. d. t...
AT MR. RIXON'S HOUSE, NELLIGEN, On Wednesday, the 18th day of July next. COUNTRY LOTS.—ST. VINCENT, [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
AT Mn. Rxos' Htous, , NELLOOEN,. On W?dnesuy, the 18th ?daoy of Jly ne. COUNTRY LOTS.- S-T. ISNCENT on the eastern bank of the Clyde River. a·t and ad jacent to its conflueneo with0 Cyne. Mallow's Creek, and opposite to the town of Nelligeh. . . : Lot 1, 39 acres;.tlot 2, 40 acres; lot 3,'43'acres portions 3 to 5. . : The upseti price of the above lots is £1 pdracr?e. . ·. S ECOAL COO TOY LOTS, on the eastern bank of the Clyde River, atand ad incent to its coofluence with. Cyne Mallow's Creek, and opposite to the town of-Netligen. Lot 4,19 acres; lot 5, 15 acres 1 rood; lots6 and 7, 10 neies each; lot 8, 9 acires-portions' 2 and 2, and 6 to 8. : The upset price of the above lots is £1 10s.per acnere Lot9, 12 nores; lot 10, 15 icres; lot 11,'3 adrs.'l rood 27 perches-portions 9 to I t. The upset price of the above lots is £2 per acre. Lot 12, tacres I rood 24 perches;: lot 13, 13 acres 3 roods 1 perch; lot 14, 4 acres 2 roods 13 perches; lot 5, 4 acres 36 perches-portionis 12' to 15....
CROWN LANDS' SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Thursday, the 12th day of July next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—AT MURRIMBOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
CROWN LANDS' SALE. S AT 'HE POI.ICE OFFICEw, BOOROWA, "On Thorsdoay, Lthe -12th day of July next. ,UBUBn?Ax LOTS.T---AT tUROnttOOLA. . SLots 1 to 5, I acre each, allotnients 6 to 10 of sec tion 2. The upset price of the' above:lotsis £4 per acre. ' TOWiN 'LOTOS -AT MUrnItooLA. Los 6 to 10, 2roods each, aiiotments l to 5 of section 2. Lots L1 to 16, 1 rood each, allotments 15 to 20, of section 19. Lots 17 to 28, I.rood each, allotments 1 to 12 of section 42. - Lots 29 to 40, 1 rood each, allotments 1 to 12 of sectio; 43. . : Lots 41 to 40, I rood each, allotments i to 6 of section 44.- - 'T'he upset price o'f the a:bove lots is £8 per acre.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA. On Thursday, the 19th day of July next. TOWN LOTS.—WYNDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
AT THE POLica OFFIC:, rANOULA. On Thursday, the 19th day of July nert. - -TOWN LOTB.-WYNDIHA.. - Lots 1 to 4, 2 roods each, allotments 6 to 9 of section 15. Lots 5 to 14, 2 roods each, allotments, 1 to '9 and 20 of section 206. Lots 15 to 24, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 9 and 20 of section 07. Lots 25 to 43i 2 roods each, allotments' I to 19 of secticn 28. • Lots 44 to 52, 2 roads each, allotments 2 to 9 and 20 of section 29. Lots 53 to 72, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 20 of section 30. - lThe upset price of the above lots is £8 per acre.
On Thursday, the 19th day of July next. SUBURBAN LOTS.—AT NELLIGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
Os Thnrsdauy;te 19tkelay of Jul.y nert. u- sBURBAlAN LOTS.-AT NiLLIEocN.,. -,, Lot i, 1 r'ood 21 porches;i lot 2,. rood 2'0 perches; lot 3, 1 "rood 29 perches;.lot 4, I rood.32 porches; lot'5, i' rood, 33 perchds; lots 6'and 7, I rood 34 perches eneli;lots 8 and'92,' rood:32 torelcos oaoh;' lot l0, I rood 30 perches; lot 11, 1 rood 35 perches; lot 12, 1 rond 30 perches; lot 13, I1rood29 perches; lots 14 to 16, 1 rood 28 perches each; lot. 17, I rood 27 pdrches-allotmehits I to 17 of section1 . Lot, 18, 3.roods 11 perches; lot 12, 3 roods 23 perchcs; lots 20 and 21, 3 roods 28,perohes each; lot! 22, 3"roods 25'percetis; lot 23," ,roods to perches; lot 24, 3 roods 14 perches-allotments I to 7 of section 2. The upset price of the above lots is £8 per acre. : Lot 25, 1 nc ro roid 18'perches; lots'26 and 27, 1 ncre 2 roods each; lot 28, I anore 3 roods 5 perches ·-allotmonts 1 to 4 ofsection 3. Thi upset price of tlie abovo lots is £4 per acre. :'Lot 29,t·2roodsdl 'peircbhes; lot 30, 2 r...
COUNTRY NEWS. MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
CO'LTETNI? NEWS.: MORUYA. (From our'mr? CorrespondLt.) The enelosed was hiildlyTurnished me by a friend resident at Ilotally: A publia meeting.was held on thile' 6th instant, at the Botally: inn, to takle into consideration tile various proposals for the construction of the road to 3loruya. , Mr. Caswell having inducted ?himself into the chair. opened the proceedings bystating that hele had offereda reward of .£10 for the discovery of the best line. of road,..subjeet, to the approval of the meeting. Hie should be bappy to hear any pro posals or suggestions on the subject. Mr. R. Barlow here stepped forwardand produced a map of the line proposed by him, crossing the Stony Creekl, at its junction with Lake Neila. Seome considerable diversity of. opinion prevailed for a length of time; but, finally, the meeting passed a resolution adopting Mr. tarlow's line. RIesolutions then passed the meeting, urging on the bench the desirableness of completing thle road as proposed as soon as possib...
THE GREAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
-THE GREAT FIGHT. 'The Boirder Post' of Saturday, June 16, con" lins a full account of the fight for the cham pionship, which it stated to- have been telegrsphed from JMelbourre to ltlecchworth. First blood was gained by Sayers, and the:first knock down by lieenan. The details are similar to those of other fights, with the exception of the conclusion, ,,lien Heonan is reported to have behaved in the following manner:--37th and last. Tomn was fresh, and seemed the better man. He planted his left twice on Hleenan's half.closed eye, and thie latter at length caught him roiund the neck at the ropes, anil there Ileld hini, Tom's efforts to extricate himself swere in vain, but he administered severe punishment on the Boy's face.- After the 37th round, the police interfered, but were rushed by the spectators, who crowded into the ring, the fight continuing, though tihe referee had orldered a cessation of hostilities. Thus fiove more rounds were fought with the rilg half full of people .At ...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
* QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Cbrrepondet.) The weather for the last thr ee weeksis dry and fine, with sharp frost each night, but the days are mild and sunny. - Cnnaclt or EOLAss ScnooL.-A new teacher having arrived, in place of Mr. Ford, resigned, the duties of the school were resumed on Monday, the 11th instant. The ground belonging to the school house will shortly be fenced in, and a gymnasium is to be erected for the recreation of the children. TttE ŽEW COUnRT-HOUs.-The building of thlis structure has at last virtually commenced, the extent of which is clearly defined by the surveyor's flags, marking the lines for the foundation, the digging of which has been commenced to-day. A large shed has been put up for a workshop, and some tons of timber are already on the ground. The site of the abnve is that chosen by the government surveyor, adjoining the cricket ground, and which was also recommended by the majority of the inhabitants: ACClDcrTS.-- On last Sunday night, as MLr. .IMcDou...
TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
TIJENA. (From onr mvi Correponnd ),t ; .).. , SMy prediction as to the productivoeness of tho new ind near tho camp is,ml am glad to say, lik?eoly to bo verifiod,' s coiniderable quantities of tho precious metal continue to pas into IJte hands of the trading community, who appear to be driving a profitable business. Since my last communication a very large. area has been included in the new rush, and con siderable additions have been made to the population. Upper Tuena, the fuvoured locality wears a cheerful aspect, and on my visit to-day, I found a large store in coutirso of erection by MIr. Bigg. Although the new rush is "all the talk," some very remineraotive ground has leen worked in the township, a party of three having netted £33 last week, out of what may be termed old gronnd, and taking out five and a half ounces in two days duritig the present week. I have before ventured an opinion, that an energetic, and systematic workintg of the Tuenadiggings ivould prove highly profita...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
Funeral. THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. SAMUEL EIRTH &nbsp; are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will take place on Friday, the 22nd instant, at one o'clock p.m. The procession will move from his late residence, Sloane-street. N.B.—No circulars will be issued. ROBT. CRAIG, 5748 Undertaker. &nbsp;
SELECT POETRY. OUR IDOL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
SELECT POETRY. OUR IDOL. Close the door lightly, Bridle the breath, Our little earth-angel ls talking with death. Gently he woos her, She wishes to stay, Hiss arms about her He bears her away! Music comes floating Down from the dome; Angels are chanting The sweet welcome home. Come, stricken weeper, Come to the bed, Gaze on the sleeper Our idol is dead! Smooth out the ringlets, Close the blue eye--- No wonder such beauty Was claimed in the sky. Cross the hands gently O'er the white breast; So like a wild spirit &nbsp; Strayed from the blest; Bear her out softly, This idol of ours, Let her grave slumbers Be 'mid the sweet flowers. Darling Downs Gazette.' &nbsp;
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 20 June 1860
LOCAL JNTEIOIGCEXO. Tue nlon ?O KItAloo.--In reply to the .memo rnat adopted at the recent meeting of the inhabiltnts of this district reopectingthe" road .to Kiandrs,'the foltoting letteor from the department of tandl b?n been addrensed to the tnyor:-. Sydney, 11th dna,, 1~t,). rs,--an erelJy ts jer tetetcs;'hle €nmmtmctisn sf the jett atttmn, rcancrjtgetea~no;oeltstonC Fvreecat o amein? ofthe thotLonte or the mnh-ilrsllty o (onulbna, ane solo elfte or .?cr Soath Wet.,.I ta dlerecs,2 wth rrfeerece to the ecu reototlen, okr '-e the1 Oso~.t' er ttse Shtoeden peoL tion can too t enfotrpiol ty te male sen~l ton~i "-tLatnfoe oon. thet an cocdltt.ee of tloihnest h? oy atosle n lnl.hr teeS f. tje toin aouth tlal ifrm Cepbelltvn ttioulteue. V.5tlh ec;set to the ocenni s~olotflneea. i: "' Thot the co tenion ot the ralt mto a;ol?on the IMtrry-n . icer iean ao.?eu' nee-octy," I haco to state, k-et the enionlmn of the :.ontt Ilne of rcoltny In und?r lhb Imtasoetle o noionedtaO or 1.i A to the ...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860
ITALY. While within the new kingdom of Italy all ,.is harmony and activity, Without all is con . ision and alarm.. A fearful insurrection has broken out .in Sicily, and althonlgh the Sf' authorities" have beaten it dolvn by sheer force of artillery, the resistance was formidable pud intrepid, and the spirit in which it originated is as fierce as beforo. The young Kling of Naples, reduced to a state of frenzy or of mortal fear, it is not easy to determine which, is carrying his reign of terror to so fearfil a height that all friendly re monstrauces are thrown away upon himi, and tihe total collapse of his dynasty is the only issue it is possible to folbresc. In Rome matters are quite as bad. The students again broke out on the advent of Garibaldi's day, pad succeeded in mlaking a demonstration in f?avour of annexation to Piedmont. On a subsequent occasion ai horrible butchery of the Romans on the Corso by the Pontifical troops took place under circumstances which have awakened an uni...
GENERAL EUROPEAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860
4,ENERAL EGROPEAN SUM?mI?Ai. .. (From the flHme Neas.) Two very impoRtant pvents, each likely to leave a long trail of light (or darkness) on the p?rgesof histor?y, have occurred within the smace .f tlhe lest month. For both of these events our readelrs have been already pre ,itred;.,although there are now-n-days so mnany unexpected slips between the cup and the lip that no man can be secure of to mnornw from the thirest Iuomiees of to-day. In our last we were enabled to announce generally the result, actual or proximate, of beo votes of the people of Italy. What was thlien a speculationl is now a feat. Tihe whole of freed Italy, including the lIomagna itself, hIas not only declared, almost without a dis santient voice, for annexation to Piedtlmont, but the declaration has been already acted upon by King Victor Emmanuel. The Prince 0arignan has beeoon apoitedl Governor of Tuscanny, in the name atof tlhe King. The national parliament hasue opened its sittings. Turin is enL feite, and...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860
G0O1ITUfl3 PItICES (CURGRET. Whetn, 33*. to 12*. 3d. 3buoshel 2lour, fine, -C35 g tono;seondso £33. Jrcoad,'7d.to 8d. MaoLr, Go. to Go. Gd ? bushel. Borde,, do. to 4.. Gd. , hoo..s Oats 3. Gto os. 3 bushot. Hop,~ £t Go £3 13 too. lOutto, fresh,3l. to l. 3d. 1 lb h.;.at? li.l , .acon, Gd1. to 8G Ilb.."' " '. , ,:' :" .0go, ls. Gd. to 2S. 13 doot1. •. 1'otatoerto£go £G 1 too. ,Oontoo,12o.tolOs. 13w. :,...j " " . FaG cattle, £ tGo a ?3 ?. 13 hood, aoorditog to wght. " VaodtvE-1 £3. Go £3 330s. t.head. • Slhcp, 13*. to3GO.1 herd. plgO,d d.to4?d.1lh. ,' . . . . alPltdo *;dt. to -30.? ton* for good anoples.' , Phldrr;t. to Gs. e 3h. . _ • 8hepsldns, rid. to 7tL Si fb. '* Corrltge 3 toOn--Sydnoy to Goulburn, £3 to £33; 'Gout. buro Go Gydney, £3; oolborn Gotto ussll's (12 mtles from Gtbson's loh n), mod Gloulburn to Klindrt, sc?rcsly • obtooinnblo ; Goolbon. to itradwood, £5 to £3 16& 3!oomooo t.n?: lhrs.-l?oessre. Dolmahoy Cmpnbltl and Com report :--lYt ctlot.-Tldos otolk the suppl...