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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
COAIAIEICIAL. WA D O AGOULIBURN, Tuesday evenling. ,¥EAT A IouS--At Conolly's IlIE:--Fino Ilour, , r too; ogods, £flO;ifless thno Ihlf ton,. te I.er 100lb. 0 *t.na; thot, OS. to Bt. 6d. pc bushel, the letter her primo Sl umle and p letu, 0 ,lltrto P u0 l br0n0 10, 1* hi lOOr 0! jAt ?nmonunopo'etlll:-Fl1e flour, £23 per ton; meconds, £22"; If less than half ton, s. per 100bt. extra; weheat, 7s. to 8S. Pd. per bushel:; pollaedanodb en, ls. 4d. per bushel. SYDNEY, ,Monday afternoon. ,trleastoLuf no pouling te from Seontl Auetotlia, the arrivals of yester nd tills l aorainep being nearly tbreo thousand tontand still they eoome. SeeoYe Pano u On CneouLe. - Meosrs.. nurleam and ITrin held their oaontl weekly sale, no Fridoy, of tnllowr, hider, and lanl~tor. Palloee.--69 csat arere offered, and sold at Proet, L25 1s.I to £30 1t. tIldes.--Most of the lots ciatlogueod breit light, and there beint little demannd Poe sonne, nearly the whole were ltlhdeawn. Ltnlher.--Kip, 2 parcela wcre sold, a...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
PA RIAM?NTA I Y. TIUtSDnAY-AroIsL 14. IT the Legislative Council, 1Ir. P'lunkott laid on the table despatches respect ing the increased postage on English letters; also returds relating to trust moneys and to vaccination. Tho HIouse went into committoee on the Civil Ser vice Superannuation Bill. Considerable discussion arose respecting the amount of per-centage proposed to bhe dcdactcd from the salaries, and also as to the bearing of the bill on the legal rights of the civil servants to pensions secured under the Constitution Act. Objections were taken to some of the provi sions, but no amendments were proposed, it being desired that the bill should be passed into law before the close of the session. The bill was reported, and the report adopted. Thie lBathurst Market Bill passed through com mittee without ameondments. The HIouso adjourned at a quarter past six o'clock until Wcdneaday next. In the Logislative Assembly, In reply to Dr. Lang, MIr. Wilson said that. the government was ...
INQUIRY INTO THE CHARGES AGAINST GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
INQUIRY INTO THE CHARGES AGAINST GARDINER. (Froml tlh Oadncy Morning Ifrald.) A .oIlsosare L inquiry was commenced oni Friday mornimg in Darlinghurst gaol, in the crse of the Qoueedn against Prancis Clarke, alias Gardi nor, charged with feloniously shooting and wounding with intent to kill troopers John Mtiddle' toln and William IIosio, at the 1,ish liver, on the 16th July, 1861. The inquiry, which took place in thle common room of the debtors' ward, was held before Captain Scott, HIr. Georgo IIill, DIr. i. S. boss, anti dir. O. C. Bardmnoro. The latter magis trate retired during the investigation upon its being found necessary to call hIim as a witness. dir. Roberts and dIr. Redman appeared on baehalf of thu prisoner. Thi prisoner Cardinur mhvis g boon brouht up, Inspector Read aipplird for permiosion to conduct the prosecution himself, as no professional man was in attendance on behalf of the Crown, and as he was acquaintesd withl the fists oftlho case. dIr. Hill explresused hIis ...
FRIDAY—APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
FRcI.s"-APrIL 15. Ix the Legislative Assembly, In reply to Mr. Garrctt, Mr. W. Forator said that a reward of £10 had boon given to each of the police onguged in tho recent capture of threo busbrangors in the district of IBombala; that tho conduct of the Sub-Inspector in command had been brought under the favourable notice of the Government, and that each of the parties would be promoted when oppor tunity offered; thata sum of£10 had been given to a person who assisted the police in making the capture, but rather as an aclknowledgement of a service reon eored than as a pecuniary reward. r. Darvall presented a petition from Mrs. Eliza Callaghan, widow of the late Judge Callaghan, set ting forth that, after twenty-three years in the public oservice, her husband had left his family unprovided for, and prayingrolief. Ir. Garrett presented a petition from the ex mayor and aldermen of Shoalhaven, praying relief in respect of certain legal expenses to which they were subjected in consequenc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
SUSTTRALASIAN FREEMASOuNS' IALL A HOTEL 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED IBRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST.CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle mn. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a loms. 1712 Produce Stores. ESSRS. DURIHAM and IRWIN are prepared J to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and bides consigned to them for sale or shipment.ll Circular Quay. Sydney. 116 ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, FITT-STREET, SYDNEY. -)APER-HANGINGS.-Thl trade supplied with Spaper at 4d. per roll; light ceilings, .id.; whito marble, Gd.; Sienna marble, 9d.; oak paper, 5d.; all kinds of satin paper, Is. 3d. 5000 rolls of papor-hangings to pick from. OILS AND CO(LORS of every description. CHANCE'S SHEET GLASS, all sizes. KEROSENE OIL, in 2 and 4-gallon lins (screw muzzle), 4s. and Is. 6d. per gallon ; warranted the purest quality or the money returned. ...
TO SUBSCIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864
TO SU1JSCRlIIREIS. In order to sare piotages e. intend to adopt a plan hideth is already pursed tit s rral othelr papcr and acitonowtllege the receipt nJ renltitanca in tthis coelumn instead of by letter. RlEITTAACEr. nnnCEVED from Mr. W. I)onnolly, Olllonbahl, 1 14s. CAL.ZNDAR. S onf i I rl Sgn t Ago. WI)NRS OAY .......... r. 20 20 n29 20 TIIUI0RIAY ........... 211 0 10 1 27 1i IrID&l A............... .22 031 62S 10
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
FRANCE. Tho .Monitour Publishos tho treaty of commoerc and navigation botwoon France and Italy, theo stipulations of tho treaty aro also aplplicable to Englannd and Belgium. An imlperial dooreo lhas boon issued ordering that Belgian ships coming from British pos sessions in Europe are to bo treated as Froneh, English, or Italian vessols coming from theo samo possessions.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
EUROPEAN AEND AMERICAN NEWS. (Fromi the Heome Nw~.J M. Paul [aignon, a member of tile French Agricultural Society, has just arrived in Paris, after having acconmplished a perilous voyago. Having carofully visited the southern provinces of China, and penetrated as.far as 500 miles into the interior, he returned to France thlrough Pekin, Irkoust, and St. Potorsburg, following the road taken two years since by de. dio ourboulon, the Frencl ambassador iln China. In his opinion the supply of silkworms' seed required in Franco is not to be found iln tihe provinco of Tohe kiang, as was generally iIsupposed, llut in the western province oni the frontiers of Tihibet, rather event than in Japan. Nothing daunted iby the dangor and fatigbeuo lhas oexperienced, M. l'aul Maignon speaks of extending his soarch at nio distant period. It is said, moreover, that the Messageries Inmpi·rialces btcam Navigation Conmpany hlave resolved to fit up cool comnpartments in their ships for theo convoynuco of si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
i~j THOMAS DAWSON, 2S8tock, Station, and Produce Agent, : TS iorepred to receive, for Sale by Public Auction, Live Stock and Colonial Produce. 1y" Promopt remittances guaranteed. Sale Days: THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, AT THE DEPOT, Opposite tile Ilailway Station, SYDNEY. OfEces--OppositO the Commtercial Baunk, Sydney. All consignments removed on arrival to the Depot frce of charge. 60 Improvements in Harness. BY NI1Et MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. IMR. JAMES SMITH, Of Botany, Patentee, G:oS to call the attention of the public to his new . and improved metsod of manufacturing HIAR -:;:9 1 y means of rivets instead of sewing, by which pr; dsrability is secured, and the possibility of rip pi; entirely prevented. This invention is ncknow I;;: d by all persons of practical experience who h:: c: examincd it to be most important and completely vuc:eesful. It is recommended for its extremes sim 'licty, and thee ease witlh whlich accidents can be re pairced even by an unskilled person. Notwiths...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
SRale t~i £ttction the Assigned Estate of Joseph Edgar, of Gundaroo. Day of Sale, Tuesday, May 10. FIFTY TO SIXTY HIEAD HORNED CATTLE ABOUT SIXTY TONS OF IIAY A QUANTITY OF OATS DITTO OF WIIEAT BUTLLOCK DRAY, HORSE DITTO LIGIHT CART A QUANTITY OF PIGS STOCK-IN-TIRADE OF A STOREKEEPER, &c., &c. MR. D. DAVIS t boen favored with intructions from the Trustees in the above estate, to seloil by public auction, ON THIE ABOVE DAY, eleven o'clock sharp, on anccount of the number of lots, On the Premises at Gundaroo, IFTY TO SIXTY IIEAD OF COWS BULLOCKIS, HEIFERS, and'STEERS Fifty to sixty tons of hay About one hundred bushels of wheat Ditto ol oats Ditto of barley Quantity of pigs Dulloek-dray IIorso ditto, light.cart Stockin-tradec of drapery, hosiery, haber-. S dashery, clothing, oilmen's stores, iron mongery, saddlery, crockery, window-glass, powder, shot, bar and hoop iron SLargo iron boiler and furnace . Force pump and connecting rod Douglas pump Bullock bows, trace chai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
S~ B~ale lnu) t ion. Preliminary Notice. PARMS . AT MUMMELL. P. DIGNAM AND CO, HIavn received instrlctions to sell by public action At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN IAIILY DATE, TmlE UNSOLD LOTS OF . the MU1VZ1V?IELL ESTATE, .particulars 'of which will shortly be given. 2144 Preliminary Notice. By order of the Trustees in lthe Assigned Estate of Mr. JosEsrp EDanr, of Gundaroo. THE EVERTON ESTATE, situatelod at Gundaroo, and comprising 840 AVRES OF RICH ARABLE LAND. P, DIGNABM AND CO, loavn received instructions from the Trustees in the Assigned Estate of Mr. Josuees EnnuA, to sell by publio notion, AT AN EARLY DATE, lTIIE. EVERTON .:ESTATE, AS ,l ABO VE. , . . Full particulars, with day of sole, terms, &e., will be given in an early issue. .TITLE GUARANTEED. 728 Preliminary Notice. THEI BOBO INN, WITH 1910 ACRES OF LAND. Sherwin's Flats, COMPRISING 1510 ACRES OF LAND, THE PICK OF ARGYLE I P. DIGNAT AND CO. Have received instructions to sell by public auction, ON A DAY IN...
120 REBELS KILLED AT ORAKAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
U10 IEBELS KILLED AT OAZKAU. : The following important noews was also receivecd by letter from Oramkau:- *" 101 Maoris have booeen killed, besidos 18 o? 20 reported buried in the pa. Thirty thr?ieoo have booeen taken prisoners; 26 of them wounded. Ro wi has not been found. [Our readers Swill recollect this is the notorious Ngati taeniapoto chiof.] Is a letter from Kihilkihi thio number of tub enemy killed is stated at 126, and it is also stated that our men were still occasion ally finding fresh bodies in the fern and scrub. Several women were in the pa, and come of them were killed. [Weo are informed on oxcellont authority ihat the number of Manori bodies soon and counted was 121.--En. T. Herald.] The Cross, speaking of the conduct of the 40th, says:-" In yesterday's issue we ex pressed our belief that all that could be .effected was done by officers and men, but "o did not then know that the hero of tie Pnach-grove oxpedition held in his hands * it~ fate of the day."
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
COMAIlERCIAL. :I . i :'" GOtLtUItUR Tueosdoyevolng. A IIkbtu .N' 0ua.--At;Couolly'o: 1lltl:--]tloo l our, £23 por ton; seconds, £L2; If lessottbon hoir ton, Is. per 100 lb. o:rea; weheot, 7s. to 8s. 0d. per busohl, tihe ltter forprimo oamblis, plump aon oleon; pollard onud.brn, l. 4 . per huahl:l • . . At Thsiuomuet'a 2211:--Plno leu., £23 per ton;' seconds, £22; If less thou half ton, Is. por 100 lb. extra; whebat, 7s. to $s. hd. per bushel; pollard ond brm, It. 4d: per bushol. AUcTlotERot' ltreo0Rou.--Iesor?.l''.Dilgoan o 000Co. rc port:-n'ot euttle..-,Wo hovo hod no soles thid weok, but the prioes roolieod for. bse tlhtt oame to hand shob prices to be ltro, t lato quottonoo , oay ,£: to £1, for primo outtle, whlitlea ylrd of.reolty Al mould brtng an dRovaneot. Th?ro to every proepect of a good aod lol market.for tile next fer montbs. Otore cutle.-- oeh.ve told 108 behd, a mixed dairy hlerd, at 10s., unbrondd calves goven, nto'lou, 00 stoere bullockb, large fromodut2T. 0,4. l. o a...
TAURANGA.—TROOPS FIRED UPON. Monday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
TAURANBGA. -TROOPS FIRED UPON. ", ?iMonday, 10.30 a.m. ,,c The colonial gunboat Sandfly has returned rfim Tauranga, and through the courtesy of Captain Mlarkls we have been furnished with tbs following intelligence: ni t Saturday last, the Tauranga natives, toithe snumber of about 400, assembled and fi?ed severalc volleys at our troops, fortu nately without any serious result. Liou tenant-Greer, who is in command of the Artillery, immediately placed a 12-pounder in position, and fired among them, when the natives flew to the head of the VWairon. One of tIhe bullets fired by the natives ipaossod very close to one of Mlr. Buckland's flue. Tic natives chave thrown up several rifleo plis3 and earthworlks. A report was current that the natives who IdA boon asned by the government, and coit into the interior, had not returned, and v:ro supposed to have gone over to tie 1ibcls.-Cross.
THE RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
TUE RAINS. rpFom the S. M. Herald.) ITlElato deluge of rain appears to have boon more eovero'and more continuous in Queensland, and in the more northern parts of. this colony, than it has boon to the South. It has not boon a more coast rain, but has extended -inland as far as the farthest limits of settlement.. Nearer to the tropics than we are, the sottlors to tho North are more exposed to tropical outbursts of violent weather. We often get three days of continuous rain, and have sometimes had a fall of five inches in a single day. But if the accounts from the far North are not exaggerated, they have had there, in some parts, almost incessant rain for thirteen days and nights-a visitation un precedented in the memory of either black or white man. - , : It is difficult to imagine the amount of deovastation that might occur in such a flood, if the rich bottom lands in the valloys wore occupied with agricultural settlers, and the occurrence suggests precautionary considorations for th...
INQUIRY INTO THE CHARGES AGAINST GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
INQUIRY INTO TIHE CHARGES AGAINST GARIDINER. '" ' (From the LSdrnce Morning ilranl.) ,Taiio adjourned magisterial inquiry was resumed y esteorday morning, in Iarlinghurst gaol, in the case 'of the Queen against Francis Clark, alias Gardiner, charged with foloniously shooting and wounding ivitk intent to kill troopers John MIiddletori and WVilliam Hosio, at the Fish River, in this colony, on 'the 10th July, 1861. The inquiry was held, as bo fore, in.the common room of the debtors' ward, Sbefoio Captain Scott, P.IM., and Mir. Georgo HIill. MFr. U. Forbes attended as prosecuting counsel for 'the croin, assisted by MIr. A. Fraser, of the Crown Solicitor's office. :"ME R edman'and Mr. Roberts appeared on behalf of the paisoner. The prisqner Gardiner having been introduced, at .10 itnstacuFpo of Mr. Forbos, the counseol for the pro .ecoteoin, the hvilenco taken before the Court at its :vl aop u tting was read by Mr. J.P1'. Ormiston, the it,. I.J. L Horsey, clerk in the office ofthe Inspec...
DEFEAT AT AHUAHU. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
DEPEAT AT AHUAHU. (Frome the Taranaki Jfrald) | SOn Tuesday night Captain Lloyd received orders to take ao hundred men and proceeod on the following morniilg to reconnoitre in itho neighlbourhood of Aihihu. Accord ingly at an early hour oi Wednesday morn ing he started fiom Kiaitakeo, his forco con iising of forty rank aind file of his own pamLany of the 57th, with Lieutenant Cox !id tifty of No. 12 Victorians, under Cap t.ain Page and Lieutenant Jackson, making about 100 of all ranks. Tlhey wnolt by the eNt over the hills, found and destroyed .ism crops of maize, and got to the spur on ep-rih Alihssahui stanids at 8.30 or 'J a.m. Toiy went up this and examined the ground aboat where the pa stood (as Homi, a PntiW wo who was acting as guide, and Poported to Captain Lloyd that lie heard - call and thought they woro discovered), :but no fresh tracks wmoro seeoon, and after this it heens as if cautioss had been laid asido j?ust Wlhen it was most wanted. For when tLh iiturned to come ba...