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Latest European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

fittest flMiropoim detracts. A GnosT STOHV.-For three weeks or a montli the family of Mr. Martin, Ashford-road, Kent, had been "disturbed by mysterious ringings of tlio door bell, violent shaking of the doors, and divers .other annoyances, tlio perpetrators of which 110 vigilance could detect, and to which no cluo could bo obtained. The family consisted of Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin, tlieir son, and a young man ot about 29, nnother eon (an invalid) Bomo years younger, and one femalo servant. Tlio servant was a staid, dorauro Bort of per son, not given to go out over much ; she had no followers, had tjvo years' character from her last place, and was so much respected and trusted .by her mistress that in the surrimor, when the family went to the sea-sido, she had solo charge of the house. Tlio family were of re gular habits, and kept early hours, and the whole tiling was inexplicable. The effect, however, on the health of Mrs. Martin and her invalid son began to bo serious, and the aid of th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Wool.-Thero is no alteration to report this weak ; thn quantity to hnod consisting mostly of odd lota, and the clearing) up of sondry clips. Sheepskins.-Fellmongera havo anaia pur chased freely, and prices aro maintained. Tallow.-'Ihe eupply has beon limited, and tho trade have purchased all offered, but with out any increaao in vulue. Hides.-No shippiug parcels to hand to test the market. Thero was a fair supply of 8ta» tion, dry and sound quality hides, but for such tho deruaud is limited, and dealers unwitting to operate, except at a reduction. Fat Cattle.-Tho market is fairly supplied, and prime aro worth from £5 10d, to «£G ; but inferior are difficult of sale. Fat Sheep.-During tho week tho market hua inclined upwards, and dealers have beeo ready purchasers of all known to be on the road. Wethers may bo quoted at from lGs. 6d. to 17s., nod a few really choice have realised 18s. to 18d. 6d. PRICES CUBEENT. WOOL. a. d. a. d. Superior clips I 0 to 1 It Fttlrto g...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [BYELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS (FU01X OUE ClTT COEBESPONDKNT.) Tuesday CTenios. THE Southern Floods Relief Committeo ar ranged a plaa of distribution to-day, The sum of £4700 has been received out of £6200 promised. Tbo sum of £600 ia Allotted to Shoalhaveu; £500 to Moruya; £1600 to Braidwood ; money to bo expended on tho purchase of seed*potatoes and other requisite seed. Of tbo 2000 bushels of wheat promised, 1200 is to go to ShoalbaTcn, .and 800 to Moruya. Inspector M'Oee, .while in pursuit last even ing of a soldier armed with & riflo, was sbot by him. Tho ball entered the thigh. Tho soldier's comrado olao fired, but without effect. A " SLIPPEBX" CUSTOUBR AOAIH IN CDS todt.-Tho prisoner Smith "who escaped from tho police while on the road from Yass to Goulburn gaol, is once moro in custody, having been apprehended At Tamut on Sunday last, wbilo making his way to tho Snowy River. Smith is not likely again to get a chance of escaping, as thero can scarcely bo a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

... NOTICE TO AGENTS. T' HE Agents to this Journal aro requested to forward statements of tholr accounts «p to the 81st March inst... ill ordor that tho ?nyjiinti xnay bo roodored to that date, woounu may VERNON & MELLIN. ?" Chronlolo " OfEoo. Goulburn, ' March 27, 1860. ,

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

SYDNEY. (Faou oon SrsctAL CoiuiEgpoiiDiHT.) Monday afternoon. alATTEns in Sydney continue in a most an promising etote, noil all manner of rumours aro afloat, some of "whioh relate to houses which a fow days ago would have been regarded aa among tho moat stable. Tho hoQses thai bavo already stopped for largo amounta aro D,'Jonoi and Co., J. V. Barnard and Co., Buyer* and Learmonth, Richard ilarnott, William Fairfax and Sons, Ii.'. 31. Sayers, and Messrs. John Mtionamara, Son, and Co. Meetings of orcditors aro held every day, but tho smallor suspensions aro lost eight of. Some other names of oonsequonco must bo added to tho list this wick. I know of ono caso wbero a raorcantilo 6rm, that haa carried on a Tory oxtenaivo business for many years past, has had nearly £10,000 of its expected funds-on ?which it relied to meet its own engagements cutoff within aa many days by thoroccnt failures. It is easy for any ono to comprehend what sudden embarrassments liko this must inevitably lead t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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Goulburn Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

iSmtllmnt (%mucle. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1800. Tkebe it a disease, or perhaps \\o should mya phenomenon, known to phyaiolo oiats as colour-blindness, in which tho eye is insonsiblo to the true effects of the various colours. To some persons so affected all colours aro protty noarly alike; or, if distinguishable nt all, they do not present their normal appearance. In some cases, the eye is sensible to par ticular colours, but insensible to others. Oao man is unable to distinguish tho fruit of the cherry from tho leaf, except by tho form. To another, a red light appears green, and so on. And what is very remarkable, there is good reason to believe that many persons affected by colour-blindness pass through life with out being aware of their dofect. Now, we cannot help thinking that a largo number of those persons who have eo perplexed tho public with conflicting ac counts from tho Snowy River Diggings, aro afflicted with a mental disease which produces effects analogous in some degree ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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Goulburn Circuit Court. Monday, March 26, 1860. (Before his Honor Mr. JUSTICE WISE.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

Goulburn Circuit Court. Monday, March 29, 1860. (Before his Honor Mr. JUSTICE WISE.) This Court opened on Monday last. His Honor Mr. Justice Wise, attended by J. O'Neill Brenan, Esq., sheriff, took his seat at ten o'clock. The usual proclamation against immorality and vice having been read by Mr. Wilkinson, Clerk of Arraigns, G. Butler, Esq., handed in his commission as Crown Prose- cutor. Mr. Butler was assisted by Mr. Jackson, from the Crown Solicitor's office. The other gentlemen of the legal profession present were Mr. Blake, barrister; Mr. , Walsh, Mr. Gannon, and Mr. Scarvell, at-   torneys. J. M'Govern, Esq., Mayor of Goulburn was sworn in as Justice of the Peace,ex officio, for the municipality.   MURDER AT LONGNOSE CREEK. Ellen Monks was indicted for the wilful murder of her husband, Thomas Monks, at Longnose Creek, on the 31st of October, 1859. Prisoner pleaded guilty. Being asked if she had anything to say why sentence of death should not be pass...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

DIED, At Goulburn, on Saturday, 24th March, at five o'clock in the morning, Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. James Marks, of Markdale, near Binda, aged two years and nine months, of diphtheria.

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [As we are quite willing to insert letters on all subjects of general Interest, our readers must not Identify us with the views taken by the different writers. We do not require those views to be in accord[?] with our own; we merely stipul[?] that correspondents should be explicit and concise, express themselves temperately, and when they profess to give a statement of facts, favour us confidentially with their names.] TO HIS HONOR MR. JUSTICE CARY. (Per favour of the Goulburn Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

[As we are quite willing to insert letters on all subjects of particular interest, our readers must not identify us   with the views taken by tho different writers. We do not require thoseviews to be In accordance with   our own, we merely stipulate that correspondents should be explicit and concise, express themselves temperately, and when they profess to give a state ment of facts, favour us confidentially with their names. TO HIS HONOR MR. JUSTICE CARY. (Per favour of the Goulburn Chronicle.) Sir, - I have the honor to inform you that last evening, some two dozen of the inhabitants of Bombala held what they call a public meeting of the inhabitants, at the Traveller's Rest Hotel, to censure the decision of your Honor in a case tried before you at the last sitting of the District Court, viz.:-Studders v. Baddeley and Solomon, Justices of tho Peace,-An ac- tion for false imprisonment. The chair at the meeting was taken by Mr. Kesterton, Mr. Hogarth acting a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Chronicle And Southern Advertiser
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District Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE QUEANBEYAN (FROM OUR OWN CORRKSPONDENT:) POLICE PROTECTION.-The Government, on receiving "official information respecting the robbery of the Cooma mail, on Wednesday last got a party of twelve troopers equipped, and on Thursday sent them in charge of Inspector Black, per steamer, to the Clyde, en route for   tho road from Queanbeyan to Cooma, Bombala, and the diggings. Yesterday they arrived in Queanbeyan, And this morning started on their way up the road, leaving a corporal and one man in the town. There are to be three in Queanbeyan, but as one mangot his leg broken at the Clyde, only two will be here for the present. There are three for Micalago, four for Cooma, aad three for Bombala, with a station between. This line of road may now be said to be well provided for, and woe betide the robbers who may fall in with the trooper and his Government charter. Inspector Black is only up to place the men, and will return to Sydney when he has arranged matters along t...

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REID'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

REID'S FLAT (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE POOR MAN'S GRAVE.-In a solitary corner in the vicinity of reid's Flat, is to be seen a longitudinal mound, indicating the earthly tenement of Edward Ledeam. Poor fellow! You are mocked and despised by the   passers-by, who scorn to acknowledge you a member of Adam's stock. Ah! well-a-day;   but they are in the hey-dey of their glory, while you are mingling with the dust. Alas! the day is past when they would, and did, bend the knees to you as to an idol. So well they might, for you were cognizant of the secret machinations and innermost conspira- cies of their very hearts. But now, you are no more, and your sacred habitation is neg- lected. Will none of my gentle readers (those of Reid's Flat especially) lend an unasked-for hand, in enclosing that sacred spot, which all must one day inhabit? Well might the dingo, that nocturual pest, visit that lonely spot, and howl defiance at the threatening nonsense of man. W...

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ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH - A very interesting lecture was delivered on Thursday evening at the Mechanics' Institute, by Mr. Coverdale, the proprietor at Belvoir. The lecturer favoured us with the history of this wonderful achieve- ment of science, from its invention down to the present time, and dwelt more particularly on its introduction into the Australian Colo- nies. The mode of working was illustrated by one of Morse's instruments. Several amusing experiments were also made with a small electrifying machine. Mr. Coverdale was as- sisted by Mr. Crogen, tho Albury operator. The room was crammed to inconvenience; and the interest which the public at length seem to take in the Institution generally, must be very gratifying to those gentlemen who have suc- cessfully brought the society to its present prosperous position, in the face of the most violent opposition. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,-The Bazaar in aid of the funds of this society is to be held during...

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IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

IMPOUNDINGS.     (From the Government Gazette, March 23.)   Goulburn, on the 20th of March; from Mrs. Cartwright's, Windellima, damages 2s. 6d red and white spotted bull stag, SG off rump. If not released, will be sold on the 16th of April. J. Passmore, Poundkeeper. 8s. SOUTH GUNDAGAI, on the 16th of March, from Mr. McEvoy's Run Tarrabandra: Bay filly, JM conjoined near shoulder - years old 15 hands high. If not released, will be sold according to Impounding Act. J. Barton, Poundkeeper. 8s. GUNDAROO, on the 17th day of March, from Bywong, for trespass, by Mr. John Donnolly; damages and driving 5s. each Red bullock, heart over D off rump, 2 off ribs, indistinct brand like cc near back, white stripe over back ; strawberry bullock, off ear marked, like FXR off ribs: white bullock, near earmarked,   J sideways over N off rump, like 8 sideways off back; yellow and white bullook, off ear marked, like FXU conjoined off ribs. If not releas...

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Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS.—MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS.- March 28. Wheat is quoted at 8s. 6d. to 9d. per bushel, but so small is the supply of the homo-grown article that it is a merely nominal quotation. The supply is dependent upon importations. Flour.-A brisk trade at £22 for fine, and £20 for second Quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bark-£3 to £3 10s. per ton. Horses .-Messrs. C. Martyn reports that the   horse sales have been very extensive during the past week, both in broken and unbroken stock. In addition to the numerous smaller drafts of horses the following lots have been disposed of:-A lot of twenty-eigbt broken horses belonging to Mr. P. M'Alister, realised about £18 per head average; and a lot of un   broken horses also belonging to him were sold at the cattle market at good prices. A draft of eighty-five unbroken colts, the finest lot brought to Sydney for some years, the pro- perty of Mr. J. Warn of Crookwell, sold at the cattle market, went at from £10 to £40,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

TALLOW. The undersigned is a purchaser of TALLOW   in any quantity.   J. M'GOVERN, Soap and Candle Manufacturer, Goulburn 2000 For Sale, SHEEP, Apply to P. C. PALMER, Queanbeyan.   Fat Wethers for Sale. 1600 FAT WETHERS, in one lot, or   in lots to suit purchasers; also,   1500 FULL-MOUTHED EWES. W. DAVIS. Gininderra, March 10,1860. RAMS FOR SALE, at             Gininderra. March 10, 1860. W. DAVIS. Entire Horses for Sale. TWO HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLIONS for sale or exchange.   W. DAVIS.   Gininderra, March 10,1860. For Sale, A DRAUGHT of good, upstanding COLTS and FILLIES, from 2 to 5 years old, well suited for coaching purposes. W. DAVIS. March 10, 1860. For Sale, 1400 t0 2000 WETHERS, from three     to five years old; 700 fat EWES.   Apply to JAMES O'HARE, Currowong, Maneroo. Ram...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

DISTRICT COURTS ARE appointed to be holden in the Southern   District, at the places and times follow- ing, viz. At ALBURY, on Wednesday. Sept. 6, 1860. At WAGGA. WAGGA, on Wednesday, Sep tember 12, I860. At TUMUT, on Saturday, September 16,1860. At GUNDAGAI, on Wednesday, September 19, 1860. TEMPLE NATHAN. 27th March, I860. FAREWELL SOIREE TO THE REV. JOHN WATSFORD. THIS EVENING (Wednesday), 28th instant, a SOIREE will be held in the Wesleyan School-room, Goulburn, -when an address and testimonial will be presented to the Rev. J. Watsford, prior to his leaving the Goulburn   Circuit.   A limited number of Tickets, 2s. each, may   be had from Messrs. R. U. Blatchford and \V. Davies.   Notice to Presbyterians. A MEETING will be held in the Court house, COOMA, on Tuesday, the 10th of April, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of forming a Committee to obtain the services of, and raise subscriptions for the support of a P...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS - Mr. Chief Com- missioner Cloets, and Captain Zouch, Com mandant of Southern Patrol, returned to town on Saturday, from their visit of inspection to Kiandra. Mr. Cloete returns again shortly to superintend the erection of the guide posts, ordered to be erected to guard against the danger of persons being lost on-sudden falls of snow. The posts will extend 15 miles towards Tumut, and 3 miles towards Russell's. Tenders   for the posts have been called for. As regards police arrangements, a station is in course of erection at Kiandra, and another will be put up at Yarrangobilly. As will be seen from a statement elsewhere, a strong body of mounted police has been placed on the Quean- beyan and Cooma road. This step has no doubt been accelerated by the recent mail robbery, and it is to be hoped it may prove a preventive to any similar outrages. We believe no change in the route of the escort is at present contem-   plated, nor is it intende...

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Tuesday, March 27. ROBBERY OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

Tuesday, March 27. ROBBERY OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, DENILIQUIN.   William Henry Drew, John Vaughan, and William Lee, were indicted for having, on the night of the 15th Octobcr last, at Deniliquin, unlawfully and feloniously entered the Bank of New South Wales, and stolen therefrom certain moneys, to wit, about seven thousand eight hundred and fifty pounds sterling, in notes, gold, and silver, under aggravated cir- cumstances, and putting the inmates therein in bodily fear. The prisoners pleaded not guilty: Vaughan and Lee were defended by Mr. Blake; attorney   Mr. Gannon. Drew was undefended. The Crown Prosooutor stated the facts of the case to the jury, at some length, and called George Millar, who deposed : I am Acting   Manager at the Bank of New South Wales, Deniliquin; was acting in that capacity on the 15th October List; resided on the premises where the bank is held; about half-past seven in the evening, on the 15th October last, ...

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THE SUFFERERS FROM THE LATE FLOOD AT GOULBURN. (To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

THE SUFFERERS FROM THE LATE FLOOD AT GOULBURN. (To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle.) Gentlemen,-During the late flood there were many sufferers, who have received some pro mised compensation, or intended compensation, whilst I, who have lost £400, am passed by as if I had not lost one penny. Whatever pro perty or roadway I had, I left it open for the good of the public. But I would ask, have the Committee come round to ascertain the facts ot my case? I will leave their consciences to reply to this question.   Yours truly, JOHN BLACKSHAW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 28 March 1860

Commercial Banking Company   of Sydney, Cooma. A BRANCH of this BANK is now open at COOMA, Maneroo, for the transaction of all ordinary Banking business, on the pre- mises of Mr. HAINES, Innkeeper, and under the Management of R C JOPLIN, Esq. March 16, 1860. Oriental Bank Corporation NOTICE is hereby given, that an Agency of this Corporation is now open on the Snowy River Gold Fields, under the manage- ment of Mr THOMAS HORTON, of Ade- long. Yass, 3rd March, 1860. THE GOULBURN SCHOOL HEAD MASTER! H. S. HAWKINS, M.A., St. John's, Cambridge. Assistant Master and Teacher of Modern Languages: F. HAMBURGER, ESQ. THE Easter Quarter will commence on   Thursday. March the 20th, and entering | Pupils are requested to present themselves not later than March 31st.     fees, payable in advanco:   FOR TUITION : For each Pupil 3 Ss. per quarter. Entrance Fee, One Guinea. For BOARD, TUITION, AND WASHING: For one Boarder 16 per quarte...

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