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COMMERCIAL. 'HERALD' Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

' HEnaLD' Office, Fridny ovoning. )I'ffRE hsbon onmodrateo omount of business trausoto4 dorlngltho cck. foe It is oltll diffliult to get cnrriage tor Kiondr or Russell's. .laehoboondoowaodrd tendoncy, though thoprice oomonl o wltlhout nltlou. Moefsrs. S. Eomnuol and Son oportthe porchaoo of 40 ouncemi of gold from thm Aboocrombio.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

TH3.M GO'UL'x.'UR S;CHOOL. HEAD-MASTIER: H. S. HAWKINS, M.A., St. John's, Cambridge. A9ssBTANT-MASTERS: F. HAMBURGER, Esq, Teacher 6f Modern Languages ; J. N. FLOW<tR, Esq., Melbourne University. rTHE ensuing half-year will commence on Wednes .l day, July 25th, wcen punctual attendance is earnestly requested. Parents who may intend to send pupils to the School next half-year, are respectfully requested to commpuicate with the Head-Master at their earliest convenience. Fees payable in advance, Per Quarter.: For tuition ................................ . 3 3 0 Entrance fee, One Guinea For board, tuition, and washing ...... 16 0 0 For two or more of a family ......... 15 0 Entrance fee, Two Guineas. Boarders are requested to bring with them nothing beyond their personal clothing, which ought to be distinctly morked. 6778 HZANDR1A. A.Tale of the Diggings, WRITTEN FOR THE YASS COURIER,' BY ALPHA.: It LL bo 'corumenced at. the beginning of the Seneuinig Quartei, in the '" YassC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

Horse Teams and Bullock Teams WTANTED. to load immediately about 50 tons YV for Husosell's and Kiandra. Apply to S. MOSES AND SONS, 5623 Adjoining the Royal IHotel. To Carriers. W ANTED TEAMS to load for soolringdon, lManeroo. Applyto 57N1 N. C. PHILLtPS. Teams Wanted, 1?O carry about EIGHT TONS of STONE from . Wiogello to Quennboyan. C. McDONALD, 51766 Mason, Goulhurn. t Wanted, BY the advertiser, a'situation as GARDENER. SHas had eleven years' colonial experience, Can produce good references if required. Address, J.Ht., oiffice of this paper. 5733 Notioe. ALL parties driving cattle or sheep through my Sestate of Duntroqnu, Limestone Plains, other wise than by the road to use, from Quesnboyan to Yass, will be prosecuted, and thelir stock impoundedn * 'GEORGE CAMPIBELL. SDuntroon, 20th June, 1860. 5763 ANY family, wauting to proceed to Sydney, can . t engage a carriage nt the mail fare, to leave Goulburn on Tuesday morning. Application to be made to THOMAB CUNNI.NGIHAM, as the offic...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

-, rER OLEOTILIC TLEGRlAT'I . S-I~ ... .w ...Frdy night. In thbo caose of Power, a second inquest boo beon hold, and the verdict of theo Jury ctnsures Mr. Graham for bi?ating tho deceased and turning him out.

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COUNTRY NEWS. KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

COUNTIi2Y NEWVS. KIANDRSA. (From a u Correspondest.) A onrAT meeting was Iheld, at the Exchango Hotel, on Monday, the 4thL instant, for the purpose of memnorilisjing the government for an improved line of trafic, for increased postal comtnunication, and the establishment of a district court. Chnrles Coswpoi, Esq., junior, J.P., was unani mouslyelected to the clhair. Inshpening tse-proceedings, the Ctn.t,,t@s said they had met'together that evening to take into cons:. sideration matters of great importance. They had hitherto been under the impression that no one doubted thie richness and extent of tlese gold.fiolds, and .whatever tihe goveirnment placed upon the estimites would be granted by tlhe Assembly. It tppeared that some honourable members had en deavoured to make it appear that these diggings were not so richli as they really were, and that, in fact, it was a waste of money to expend it in im proving thie locality. This ihad caused tile Sydney people to memorialize the govern...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

PARLIAAMEN'ARY. TuEsnAY-JUJ E t10. In the Legislative Council, Mr. DOeCKEt moved the adoption of the report of the select committoe ont the petition of .Mr. Berry, in reference to the Shoalhaven munieipality. The CoIOAl.Ox, SEcuRTAty replied to Mr. Docker, and, in the course of his speech, made some allusions to tihe hen. member himself, the wortlds of which were' taken down and ruled out of order, and eventually withdrawn. lMr. D)As TosoMssoN lind Mr.-JOliNSON" supported the muotion at" very considerable length, and it was ojsposbd by lMr. B.LAN. . . The dblbate was udjoerned, on thJ motion of Mr. EAoAn, to the following day.. Mr. IsA-cs tihen drew attention to the previous bo currences of the eoeoing, suggesting, that it was desiruble to adopt some menos to preserve the phublio peace, whichi was endatgered by the charges made by the Colonial Secretary against MIr. Doeke. TThe PHEBslDNT BUggested a feW words of expla otiont. Thie COL.ONIAL SEOsRTARY asked what the " farci cal proce...

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FURTHER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

FU'THER NEWS. (Fronithe E'mpire.) T"lr follo?hig items of news, telegraphed to Galle, reiches us ywiterayl , in addition to those already published,. 'rom Adee, lthn May, 9a30 n.m. May ilth.-The Simla arrived hero at 10 o'olock this morning. Lord ~lgin and Baron Gros are on hoard. A conference of the ambassadors of tn European Powers in Puris; on the affairs of Switzerland and Savoy, is expected to be held immedintely. y'ie final results of tile voting in Savoy and Nice present an immense majority for annexation to brnco. Count Maontemolin and his brothers have been taken in Ortiga; and other leaders in the Carlist rebellion have been shot. A question will be asked to-morrow in tile IIouse of Commons respeotilg certain reports of outrages committed by Indian cadets in passing through Egypt. sr. B. Coehrane will call attention in the House, on May the 4th, to the position of our commercial interests witll Japan. Great ntnberso of oficers from India were pre sented alt the levee of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

by thle undersigned-- L First-class STORE SHEEP Ditto ditto CATTLE. Apply to BRAYMOND and CO., STreasury Buildings, '. . Georgo street, Sydney. Fox's Express Vans WT ILL start from Mr. WEBSTER'S, Salutation IY ]nn, Goulburn, and from the GOLUEN FTLEECE, George Street, near thu Ilaymarket, Sydney, every iaonday, for passengers and light freight only. On account of the increased demand for the eon veyanceo of Ilggage, Mlr. Fox intends putting a TIIRDt) VAN on the road, 'to start from Sydney overy alternate Friday. Tho other Vans will stac as usual. TEnRes: lPanssengers (allowed 20 Ihs. luggage) £1 10 0 1'arcels over 8 lbs. and under 25 Ibs., 3d. per Ib, ,, over 25 lbs. and under 50 lbs., 26d. ,, , over 50 Ibs. and under 100 lbs., 2d ,, ,, over 100 lbs.,.......,... 15s. per 100 lbs. SIR. FOX will undertake, without extra charge,on their passageo being arranged for with Mr. Websters, to fetch from on board ship and bring up to Goulburn, the relatives or friends of residents in or near G...

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WEDNESDAY—JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

W?EDNEseAY--JUNu 20... In the Legislntlve Council, " The ATTORNEYGENuERnL, in reply to Mr. moan sltaed that on Monday last he had direced a" further ihnvestigation to belnudoe into the circum stances'connected wvitl thb death of Thomas Power at NRewtown; aond added that some udditiolnpl. in formnation on the subiect had been riieeived by tho Coi.oNtAs SancrETAyl that day. Thie resumption of the debato on ,tho motion'for the second reading of the Appropritlion Bill was further postponed,runtil Wednesday next. The debate oil the:motion for tihe nloption of theo report oni the Shoalhaven Municipality question whas roesnmed, and finally theu. report was tadopted:by a moljnrit of 15 tho e. on The l~olonn ten udoesunedatIIiWed~nssopNdate In the Assembly, . . . Mr. D)ENI.itT asked the honorable the Secretary for Public: Works,-" Whether it is the ii(ntliol 6f' the Government to.ropair tho bridho at thlo iorth end of Sloane-street, near the Scots Kirk, in thd'town of Goulhurn, being the mai...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

COOMA. (IFrom our oun0 Corctaponesnt.) QUARoTE SEssIoNis..-Tho court of quarter ses sions was opened on Tuesday last, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, before his Honor MIr. Justice Cary. Mr. Freestone, attorney from Queanboyan, was pre sent, and MIr. Forbes acted as crown prosecutor. 'Ihere was only one case for trial. One Alexander McGregor was bcharged with stealing a sum of money from a man named Strutter, and the offence being proved, he was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment. The court was then adjourned sine die. GOLD tIEcoRahADasA.-The yield from Kiandra is not largo at present, as the population decreases every day and there is no fresh arrival of people. A few ounces of gold have found their way in from the Numeralla. I saw a nice sample of about fifteen ounces,purchased by Messrs. Hinton, Brothers. It is apparently a much better and purer sample than the Kiandra. I hear that a new rush has taken place to a spot six miles on tihe Cooma side of the Nino Mile Rush, but w...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

MEXIco. - The intervention of foreign Powers in the affhirs of Mexico has been re cently attendud by an incident-of some im portance. Some weeks ago the position which the contending parties in Mexico-had assumed, and the stage at which the civil war had at length arrived, was known to be this: -Juarez, the leader of the Liberals, had es tablished his government in Vera Cruz, and retained command, not only of that important port, but of tie coast districts and lowlands generally; Miramon, his antagonist, was in possession of the capital, and was supported by a powerful military faction and the active interest of the church ; the ascendancy of the latter party had been so far secured that Miramon had assumed the offensive, and be sioged Juarez in Vera Cruz, though without success; the city held out, and Miramon's forces remained liefore its walls. While affairs were in'this position efolrts were made to ro concile the belligerents by an envoy of the British government, and it was pro...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THURSDAY—JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

l 2P0 ELElCTMOiI TELEOrAPHI.J TIIusoD--JIbhII 21. Tlho Assembly w?vs oceupied in debate on the amnmlentlls manle by the Council on the ITodemnity Bill. At legth at 2 n.m. on the following morni.1, Mr. Gordon's motion, refusing to conusider the bil any ferther, was carried by a majority of 31 to 9, amid loud rcheers From the miniustorial side of the [ouse.

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Co-wepondent.) TuIIE WcATHIER I-Tueslay morning, slight ,thaw perceptible; the day was cloudy; a light shower fell In the evening. During the night the frost set in again with increased severity, which still continues. POLICE.--On Monday a mounted escort arrived here with six prisoners from Cooma, on their way to Goulhurn for trial. Next morning they started under the command of chief constable O'Neill, with an increase of two prisoners from Qucanbeyan lock up,-one a man named Doyle, for sticking up and robbing a woman of eighteen shillings, near her own residence, on the night of Tuesday, the 12th'instant; the other prisoner, who is an American half-caste, stabbed a brickmaker in the lhand on Saturday night last. Thie psarties had been drinking in a public house, which led to the above result, AcCODENTs.-On Tuesday, about noon, a young man, named Deanne, was run over by a dray, which hie was driving in Meequoid.-acreet. The wheel passed over hIis loins. He...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

SPAIN. Peace was atlength,on March 25, agreed upon between Spain and Morodco, and an armistice concluded. The official ' Gazette'" of' Madrid publishes the preliminaries. Mo rocco cedes to Spain the whole of the terri tory from the sea to the hollow road .of Anghera, and also a certain portion of terri tory at Santa Cluz. The Convention of 1859 referring to Melilla, Penon, and Albucemas is ratified. An indemnity of twenty millions of pinastroes is to be paid to Spain. Tetuan will he kept by Spain until thlis payment is offheted. A treaty of commorce is also to be concluded guaranteeing privileges to Spain as the most thvoulorel nation. A representative of Spain and a missionary establishment to be ~ir' mitted at Fez. The treaty of peace is to be signed at Tetuan before the 25th of April. All hostilities to cease. The Spanish army, however, to be allowed to chastise the Kahyles. A Carlist movement, as it is called, has been attempted in Spain by a general, who was absurd enough to ca...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENOE. POLmt RJ uoaR. - On Wednesday, before the police nmagistratu, and Moss MIarks, Esq., one drunk urd was discharged. Bridget Dwyer was charged willi a sinilar offenocs. D)efendadt, Who is well hknown: under the n/ine of Dlaohoo, :had been brought up on several previous ocucasions; but in consideration of her hlaving the influosei,;:s lih as let off with a fineoffive shillings. On leavingthecourt she requested that she might not.bo disgraced by a constable being aenlit with her while she selt for tihe mosuy.- Betsy White charg Elled·Rassell, with purloining htalf as width outofadress sent to liher to be altered. The value of the stuit dleicient was fifteen shillings. The couipluinant hall insttructed half a width to beotaken out, but when returned there was a wholo width.gone. On cross-examination by Mr. Walsh, conipleilant said that there was a con siderable dnal .of stua in the flounces.. She had re ceived back a portion of what had been,tahon' out. Between the ti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

)IEI)D, On the morning of the 221d instnnt, after a short Iiut pninful illness, 2MARIK EIOIN, the beloved son of Mir. ). 1)A'st, Old Commercial Stores, Goul buer, aged 13 manotls. --....,-i - , ,, .... ATURAYlbum UE .31 . SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

S TH1E HERALD OFFICE B removed to the site of the Australian Hoiel, next door to tha Australign Store, Auburn-street, Goultburn. SKINNER & NOWLAN, Spada Water Lemonade and Cordial Manufacturers. OPpOSITE TRE CATHOLIC CHAPEL VERNER-STREET, GOULBURN. 5494 BUTLER BROS. & WHITEHOUSE, .H.: OLESALE SADDLERS, BHARNESS. MAKERS, and SADDLERB' IRONMO~GERS, WALSALL, ENGLAND, AND PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the 1Metropolitan Hotel 5417 S Colonial Produce Sales. mHBE undersigned SELL privately, or by auction, 1 e vevry FRIDAY, at their Produce Stores, G66, King-street West Wool, tallow, sheepskins, hides, and every description of colonial produce at thle usual colonial rates of commission. Advances made on wool, tallow, sheepahins, and hides sent for unreservcd sale. DURHAM and IRWIN, Auctioneers, and Brokers, 4737 66, King-street West, Sydney Exhibition of Working MIodels of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMIENTS AND EIACHINES. MTR, MONTAGUE BEALE, 1TROM the firm of Messrs. RANSOME and I SIMS, ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

S YDNEY. - -"; LOM OUl OW N: UcO ?IsRfONDsNT.. S. TWednesday, 4 p.m. ' 1...:l"POLITICAL. . Irit * ere not for tbmiabsiturditips now being enacted in both Houses of Parliament, theore' would be .othilg to write about; for unpolitienl matters are almost at a stand still. The Lords and the Commons, iowever, afford us amusement, when evorythilg else .;falls. "r To begin wit ththlatteir; they last nighlt opened a :debhnta "hioh is likely enough to last for na woeel, being Ot the qocstlih of the tamendments mtdo by the lBogielative Council in the Jhdemlnity Bill. There was a very stroug muster of members, but the up elerance oftlho op~iosjtion benches, did not warrant thetelief that the present attempt will be successful. f-e dout people would be ilielined to suppose thlat a nltbaixo equal money powers on the part of the • nominves .wouldbe ainanimously rejected by tile Assemably; but unfortunately we have party spirit ao deal with as ~w ll ai this claim, and lam convinced sthht a stand i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 23 June 1860

WITrnI our present issue, commenoes the thir iteenth lveanr of the publication of the Goaul burn lHerald. When the former proprietor first became the pioneer of journalism in the southern districts, there existed no prinlting oflice betweeri Sydney and Melbourne, and with the exception only of Maiitland and Bathurst, there were no provincial niewspapers in the territory. His path, though not without its pecnlialr dilicultiis,/fvris thus free fitom many that now lie in thie wuay of a nrewspaper pro prietor. bince .1848, iowever, te folloowing pro vincinl joiurnals have sprung into exist-. euco:- T'heAror'herl Ties, Clronicle, lla marra Mercury, Aludgee Newsp apr, Yias Courier,' Blra?rmood. Dispatch, Braidn,ooid Observor, Braidwood Arews,, TVarga lfrVaga JJJriss, :'Borider Post, Pastoral 'Times, Illawvarra. eprles, Soicthern. Courier, N.'u eiatle Chronicle, Batlwirst Times,. Adelong Allning Journal, Parramnatlt Chronicle, Kiama Ja'amther, Twofnbld Day Telegraph, IVictern Post, Armidal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 27 June 1860

fI IlE friends of the late Mr. JOHN FORD are I requested to attend his F1UNF RAL, which will take place TO-IU)R ROW (Thursday), the 28th instant. The procession will move' from his nlate residence, Willow Da)iry, at 3. o'clock 'pni. precisely. G"'OEORGE RICHARDS, Undertakerr N.. N,:.: e .. ,irculars will bo ismad. 5s:j7 :Wanted, r,~EA S " 0 1'AIAjNDIRAh AND 'BU ? lkt4 aiit "i , ". iw , ,an.e A, ... .V.' ,,. . TYp tin adsier1,s a nsittitoattan asR GAEN JE .B ' I?is had eloven' years .coiolid, expeorinen, Can prioducigo?d r'foeretces if required Addre,' JH offiee of ttisg pa r. ,".. . " 57.:, ." 3 57 'Horse Teams aindiBullock Tams WTTANTED, td load ,immediately about 50 bouns : tV for RIussell's and Kiandra. .: . ,':'i-" .:: · ::.:, pply to.[ 0. :·:: 1·:·-;: ·1- a unt: :' ava?~' i · S MOSESLAND.SONS,.,.- . ,5623 o:. i..: mr.:Adjoiuino the.Royat:Hotol. S.i,~: ,TeamsWaited .O proeTed to ,S,?'dneylail fotch oup three. orfaour ..........;cl l-.i.......··i i~... ??~;rr.':i':?, ;,;;?i, :,:"...

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