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THE LATE ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
THE LATE ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. (From the Y'ae Courier.) . Ox Tuesday last, at the Yass court of petty-sessions -present, sIessrs. Campbell (chairman), Blake, Adye, Laidlaw, O'Connor, and Calvort-William Rocho, a police constable stationed at Yass, appeared to answer the complaint of Sergeant James Scully, which set forth that he (Roche) did, on the '16th of November, at Sandy Creek, unlawfully desert his post by leaving the mail-coach without first obtaining permission to do so. MIr. Allman appeared for defendant. SIr. Superintendent Zouch naked permission to initiate the case. The witnesses were then examined. James Scully deposed: I am sergeant of police; I was priseilt when Mr. Stib-inspector Brennan gave certain orders to Constable Rocho that he was topro. ceed as guard on the mail to Gundagai, as it con voyed the English mail; I saw he was armed with a six-barrelled revolver, two horse-pistols, and a carbine; he was ordered to return the next day from Gundagai by the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
'\ItE FIRIENDS of the late o hn. CIIARILES l IlOGERS are respectfully reqursted to attend his Funeral, which will take place TIIIS DAY, at 3 o'selocl p.m. Thoe procession will more from his lato residence, Auburn-street. GEORGE RICHARDS, 3065 Undertaker. Wanted, A M A N TO WORK IN A GARDEN. Riversdale, Goulburn. 3038 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good RYE STRAW. Apply T. W. JACOB, 2020 Saddler, Auburn-street. Wanted, BRICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (just commenced) on the Great Southern line ex teusion from Picton to Goulburn. The highest wages will be given. Apply at once to Mn. MAY, Nattai, 2014 Wanted, A NURSEMAID. Apply to Mns. EMANUEL, A Auburn-street. 3031 Shearing 4 T LAGGAN ON TIIUR?DAY NEXT. A Wnted, TWO GOOD SIEPHENRD. December 2nd, 1864. 3062 Twenty Pounds Reward. HIIEREBY offTer the above reward for informa. tion that will lead to the conviction of the person who lately cut down my fence at the Crook well, thereby allowing the stock to escape. J. W. BRAY, Goulbu...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
TO CORRESPONDENTS. r E?IctaCTIOn?-No good, but some hmarv toa arise from dia. turbing the harmony tuth itlwhh at present the elections appear likely to be contested ; and ,,tlcss th first stone be thrown elsewhere no coommunincaion rtelecting on the hiaraoter of the candidates shall be inserted in three Columns. lttention to the following rules will prevent dlsappoint. ent:--TIe do not undertake to insert lettrrs which are unnacompanied b? an assurance that copies have not been tmnt to other ?apter.T-ITW cannot return rejected cotm. municatione.-While nilling to take ordinary cor rettaons, we must omit ltters nhich require re-wvrtting to fit them for publication.- When immediate publiclty mnay be desired, communications ought to reach us by noon on the Mondays and Thursdans preceding publication. -We ?wa: in meery case be furnished with the writer's name and address-not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
OOtLnfllURN WI3HOLESALE OI'RtO0S COUILRUNT. WVhnr, 101. i buslbe. Floor, Ineo, £28 I ton ; .ronndr. £27. Pollard, In. 84. i bustel ; or is. by tiLe holf ton. Bran, I3. 4d. 5 bubhel; or Is. by the hblf ton. Brrad, 7d. 2-lb. loaf. lMaize, 3. 0d. to 4. Od. per bushel. BaOrlu. English, 2s. dd. to 4s. i bushel, scarce; Cape, 20. ld. no demand. Oats, 2.. 3d. to 3s. Od. t buhel. fay, £3 to £.4 i too. DButter, treso, Od. I lb.; salt, 4d. Chers,, 4d. ' to. Bacono,. 5d. ti lb. F3eos 8d. to.Od. i dozen. Potatoesr. 2s.Od. to 3t. ' rwt. Ononsr, 180. B cwt., 00arco Fat Cattlr, prime, £4 to £; medium, £3 10. to £4. Sheepr, 10s. to 135. i head. Pl3, :3d, to 4d. ' lb. Beef (retaol), 3d. to 4d. i lb. M10t0ot (rotoll), 4d. i lb. Tallowr, beefo, £2 to £27 ton ; mutton, £28. Iltdlcs, 0. to 3s. caot,. Skteptklot. O.; waslett 7d. M lb. Clrrlnge it ton--Sydney to Ootlborn, £4 103. to £3; Ooul. burn to Sydney, £3; Ooulburo.to Lambing Flt, £4 t Uoulburn to Adelong, £5 to £0 ; (oulhurn to Tumut, £5 to £O; Oou...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
TO SUlSCRInBiES. 1% trder to gave pltteagee.e intend to adopt a plan which is alrecdy pursued by sevralt other paper. and ackaoamtvedg Sh resceipt oj remittances in his column ilsteoad of by totter. C I.3NDAUt. Dayefth Week. Da l tof tn visen Sun sete Aon'. SATURDAY ..c....c..... 3 4 44 0 64 3 SUNDAY . 4 411 461 4 MONDAY ~ 5. 4 40 4 6 5 5 TUESDAY ....... .. 4 4 44 6350 0
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WHEAT AND FLOUR.-At ConolUV's Mill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, Is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, s1. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At manneuol's Mill :--Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if loss than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. ,Vhoat, best samples, 10s. per buhel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale. Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AucrtoNEeonr ' REPIt rs.-M-O?essr. P. Dignam and Co. report:-Fat cattlo.-On Tuesday last we sold seventy-six head from the herds of J. F. Jenkins, Esq., as follows :-First pen, 12 bullocks, Mr. Car roll, at £4 Gs.; second pen, 12 ditto, Mr. Patmoro, at £4 2s. 6d.; third pen, 13 ditto, Mr. Mc Connell, at £4;. fourth pen, 12 ditto, Mr. Chisholm, at £3 178. 6d.; fifth pen, 0 cows, Mr. Ticehurst, at £3 15s.; sixth pen, I ditto, Mr. Stevenson, at £3 11e.; seventh pen, 9 dit...
ACCOMPLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
ACCOMPLISHMENTS. tHow is it that masters, and science, and art, One spark of intelligence fail to impart, Unless in that chemical union combined, C, which the result in one word is a mind P A youth may have studied and travelled abroad, And sing like Apollo, and paint. like a Claude, ?And speak all the languages under the pole, And have overy gift in the world but a soul. That drapery wrought by the leisurely fair Called patchwork, may well to such genius compare, Wherein overy tint of the rainbow appears And stars to adorn it are forced from their spheres. There glows a bright pattern (a sprig or a spot) 'Twixt clusters of roses, full-blown and red hot; Here magnified tulips divided in throe, Alternately shaded with seactions of trooee; But when all is finished, this labour of years A mass inharmonious, unmeaning appears; 'Tis showy, but void of intelligent grace; It is not a landscapo-it is not a face. 'Tis thus education (so called in our schools), WVith costly materials and capi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
Australian Joint Stock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTAnLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £l,O00,o00. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. ,, 12 ,, 5 Hills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the bank in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, Ist August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, tHIIAT M. DE RAhR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell at l?d. per ...
OUR PRESENT FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
OUR PRESENT FINANCIAL POSITION. (From the S. M. Herald.) Lv anticipation of the treasurer's statement to the electors of VWest Sydney, the colonial secretary has to some extent lifted the finan cial veil in his address to the electors of East Sydney. For days and almost weeks Mr. Eagar has been burning to unfold his budget. ?e was all ready when parliament met, and named an early day for the great disclosure; but the opposition refused him the opportu nity, and so the information that was to have been clothed in the folds of parliamentary oratory is now to be given out in shreds and patches in ministerial addresses to different constituencies. The colonial secretary set himself to reply to a statement made by his namesake, Mr. R. Forster, in his address to his constituency, that the ministry had increased the debt about a million. The colonial secretary denies that the government has increased the debt at all, except by the issue of £.100,000 of treasury bonds to meet the deficit be...
SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
SULMMER. Welcome, bright sunshine, oft delayed IBy clouds and stormy showers; We own the waiting well repaid In all this wealth of flowers. Roses in lavish loveliness, Rich perfume breathe around, And weighed by their own sweet excess Droop almost to the ground The clouds that darkened once the shy Now glisten on the leaves, And each soft wind that passes by Their dewy breath receives. And so, when sorrow's storms descend And blessings are delayed, A patient waiting to the end is always well repaid. MI. A. B.
MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
IMEMBERS RETURNED FOR TIIE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBIY. No. of Electorate. members. Members returned. East Sydney ... ... 4 Hlon. Charles Cowper, Mr. Caldwell, Mr..T 11. ?cnleo. Mr. Hart West Sydney ... ... 4 Mr.J. Robertson, Dr, Lang, Mr. S. A. Joseph, 3Mr. J. B. Darnall Paddington ... ... I ir. Sutherlnand l'urrmatta ... 2 Mr. r yrnes, Mr. Farnoll Windsor ... . 1 Mr. Walker. Central Cumberland... aMr. Tiny, MIr. M?ocpherson The llncwkelbury .. 2 MIr. ]'ldingtoon, ir. Cunnoen Tho ee leb .. .. I Mr. Smart
CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
CANDIDATES FOR TH?E LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. N'o. of Eloctorate. members. Candidates. Argyle ... ... I Mr. EmannseI* Mr. T. Woore, 31r. E. n. Rayner alranmn ... ... I 3Mr. Joeph Phelps IBathurst ... ... I Mr. Co.sene The Began ... ... 1 3Mr. t ord * reidwood ... . 1)r. 3llfo rd,* Mr. . F. Josephson, hir. Michael O*llaire, Mr. J. Lackey Camdn ... 2 Mr. Morrolec, Mr. II. Badgery, Mr. A. Morrle Mr. Sherwln, Mr. i. ,1 . Roberts Canterbury ... ... 2 Mr. laper* Mr. Tuae, Mr. lIWest, Mr. T. T. Rider, Mr. J. Deer, Mr. Oatley, Mr. Rlobertse, Mr. Lyons Carcoar ... ... Mlr. Silmpeon The Clnrenae ... ... 1 Mr. It. Blghk, Mr. Pseter Edean ... ... Mr.E ean .. Ooulburn ... .Mr. Aiexandere* erll. P. Sibley Mr. P. fignam, 3r. J. J. Sutton The Owydir ... ... 1 Mr. F. Rinden,* Mr. J. Singie, ltr. T. 0. Danger IHartley ......1 r, Rotton, Jir. A. Brown Tille lntgs ... ...1 Sir. Flett* The Humo .. ... Ir. Aser, Mr. V. 3. Sillier, Mr. T. hi. lMate* The llhunter. ... Mr. Burns* The Lonwer Huntelr ... 1 Mr. A....
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
SYN)EY SUMMARY. TorIsu D.tY iafternoon. A n..er exposu'o of the infamous attempts norv being mado by the government to influence theo r sults of thie seerael electios was ma:de on Monday at the ofliciol declaration of the poll for Central Cumberland. It is well Lnovwn that one of the gclo dates, Mr. Allan Mephorson, was, next to Dal jleoish, the most slavish supporter the present Sinstry had in the Asseombly, though they had not fow. Voll, this gentleman thinks proper to object bo the appointment of two gentlemon who had boon -eoquasted by the roturning-oflcor to net as hisdopu .ieo at two of the minor polling-places, the ground oing that he, Mr. iatcpherson, abed boon chairman if a select committeo of the Legislative Assembly which had recommended the removal of those gen tlomen from the commission of the peace. Now, it joust be borne in mind that Mir. Macpherson brought I', ;orward charges against these gentlemen, then got a ommitteo appointed to investigate them, and boing sroecc...
POLICE COURT. FRIDAY—DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
POLICE COURT. FrIuDAY-DEccEMrER 2. Brrorlr. the police-mnagistrato and W. . H. ovoll, Esq., J.P. Arthur Iloylo and George Hamilton were charged with stealing a swag, the property of John IIum phries. Senior-constable IIawhins deposed: Yesterday I apprehended the prisoners, near Goulburn, while tra velling down the Sydney road; they had with them a flannel shirt, an opossumrn rug, a bible, and a pair of moleskin trowsers ; IIHamilton had a Crimean shirt on him ; tHumphries was present and identified the articles ; they said that they had purchased the things from a man riding down the road towards ltarulan; I had come from Paddy's River that morning and did not meet a single horseman. John IIumphries doposed: I am a fencer and have lately lived on the Broadalbano Plains; on the evening of the day before yesterday I went to Mr. Sidwell's and left my swag with Mr. Sidwell; it contained the articles already mentioned; I value them at £1 ; prisoners came in; I had some conversation with ...
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. S?m,-Ao I, on request, took part in the meeting of one of the town candidates on Wednesday evening lnst, though on entering the hall I had no such in tention, it may be inferred that I am opposed to Mr. Alexander. Now, while I respect Mr. Dignam and would like him to know what he cannot succeed in, I have respect also for his brother candidate. While the former may command the votes of a lively frac tion of the lecetorate the latter will hold the conti donce of the electorato in goneral till a better man come forward. From eomo cause the one withdrew his influenco from our local railway committee while the other helped the committee. Now, with every respect to a fellow. townsman of considerablo natural ability and somo fitness, I do think that the electors during this contest should trick to their tried man. Yours obediently, E. BUTLEB.
LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
LOWER M?URRUMBIIDGEE. (Froms our correspodlnt.) VAntos runmors have lately been in circulation respecting the possibility of a visit from the bush ranging fraternity. On Saturday evening a report was current that a station in the neighborhood of WVaggu Wagga was actually in possession of armed men. All valiantly rushed forward to the rescue; there was mounting in hasto-weapons of every hind were put into requisition-the array of volunteers very imposing, and many wero seen running hither and thither, whispering with white lips-"The foe! They come! they come !" Arrived at the scene of anticipated warfare, the sad truth was disclosed that some inoffensive men connected with a surveying party, some of whom were carrying theodolites, had been mistaken for a troop of armed banditti, so that the imposing array found that it had been imposed upon. The Bishop of Goulburn proached yesterday morning and evoning in St. John's Church, Wagga WaVgga; and in the afternoon, administered the rite of...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
Co??rBsIED elections generally leave behind them a certain amount of ill-feeling and soreness, and occasionally altogether destroy personal friendships and materially disturb the harmony of the community in which they occur. It is to be hoped that the elec tions about to take place for Goulburn, Argyle, and other districts in our neighbor hood will be exceptions to this rule. So far as we have yet gone nothing has been said or done of which either side has any right to complain. For our own parts we do not believe objectionable conduct ever to be necessary; or that it ever does aught but injury to the cause it is intended to serve. And in the present elections there has certainly, up to the present stage, been no excuse for expressions or actions calcu lated to wound the feelings of the opposing candidates or their friends. On the contrary, those candidates who have addressed meet ings in this city have expressly guarded against its being thought that their candi dature is owing to ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. REPRESENTATION OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. REPRESENTATION OI GOULBURN. V0 Wcdnesdav ovening last Mr. Dignam mot the electors in tho hall of the moercuics' institute, Goulburn, for the purpose of stating his views to them, touching the leading political events of the day. The room was well filled, upwards of threoe hundred persons being present, and the meeting passed off in the most decorous and orderly manner. On the motion of Mr. Butler, seconded by Mr. J. tolly, Mnr. Horn was unanimously voted to the chair. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, first read the advertisement convening the meeting, and then proceeded to declare the great pleasure lh felt at being present on the occasion of MIr. Dignam's coming forward for the purpose of representing them in parliament. oHe had on two occasions had the honour of proposing Mir. Dignam as a fit and proper person to fill the civic chair, and he felt sure that one who had filled that ofiice with credit was well worthy and well fitted to fill a place in p...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
TIELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [FROse OUR CORRESrONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. Tna libel case, Mr. Dalgloish v. the proprietors of the Horald, has been dismissed. Three coasting vessels were wrecked on Sunday, and eleven persons drowned. Cattle havo fallen fifteen shillings per head. Dr. Wilson has issued his address to the electors of Patrick's Plains. MELBOURNE, Friday evening. Tun, second reading of the land bill is fixed forTues day next. The Ballarat Town Plato has been weon by Illu mination; the Cup by Playboy; and the All-aged Stakes by Barwon. BRISBANE, Friday noon. A T?'?Oesovso fire is raging here. Fifty houses are destroyed, including the Balnk of Now South Wales, the Union Dank, and three hotels. Friday evening. The ions by the fire is estimated at £60,000. It will be partly covered by insurances. The banks raved their papers.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864
MARRIED, At Goulburn, on 1st December, at St. &nbsp; Nicholas' Church, by the Rev. R. Leigh, &nbsp; Mr. Laurence CASBETH, to Elizabeth, &nbsp; &nbsp; eldest daughter of Mr. W. ARNOTT, of Goulburn. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1864.