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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.—TESTIMONIAL TO THE SECRETARY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
MEO?HANICS' INSTITUTE. - TESTIIONhIAL TO THE SECRETARIY. To the Eitor of the JIerald anl Chronticl. Smn,-Circulars have been forwarded to members of the institute, dated April the 12th, agreeably to a resolution passed at our last committco meeting, Sgiving intimation, in reference to the above, that by 'the first week in hay next dir. Charteris, of this town, would call upon the said members for their signatures and figures. Now, the resolution passed at the late soirco, which I had the honor of moving, provided that the friends of the institute, in addition to meminbers, should tatke an interest in tohe ecogni tion of the eecretary's services; therefore, to the omitted frliends, whom the circulars will not reach, I would humbly suggest that if the)- will volhnteer their decision to MIr. Charteris or myself, due record will be-made of the same. ;: I am, sir, yoursi, &e., E. BUTLER, . l One of tile committee. :P.S.--Tho delay in this matter will not injure the .institute, I ...
SHOCKING CASE OF MURDER BY STABBING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
SHOCKING CASE OF MURDER BY STAB DING. (Froma the .lson Caolonist.) A serious and fatal case of stabbing oc curred in Nelson last night. The victim was a sailor on board the mail steamer Auckland, named William Burkitt, aged 28, and belonging, we believe, to Sydney; but a native of Ireland. It appears that a dispute, originating on board the steamcr some eight or ten days ago, had taken place between the two men, and caused a feeling of ill-will. On shore last ovening, about eighlt o'clock, the two men canmeo to high words again, and, so far as we can learn, blows were exchanged, or the dcceasad man struck at the cook, who retaliated by drawing a butcher's knife, which hie wore in a shoath, and stabbing Burkitt in the abdomen. The man fell at once and was conveyed into a house on the HIlaven-road, and thence to the hospital. He was .attended by Drs. Cusack and Thebing, who found on examination a wound on the lower part of the abdoman, and towards the right side. The wound was betwoon...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
SYDNEY SUMMlA1RY. Tnvoo00sV aftor04 AsI intimnted in my last this wooleek cnds~ sitting of parliament, and shouldnothing occur his Excllonocy will prorogue 0ote0 morrow afternoon. 'Tworo wall he hod beforo . .,Tho Riverino council hold a grod c?I at Deniliqui, on the 28th instant. lDr. , boon epocially invited oto nitoed,' and iten for ~Iolbourne on route by to-dy's stea, - The Rivorine people have .become lr, I the border ,dqtios and notwitht~ll0,0 boupco of tho ~oi-ei' o ni h0 s tllo?t0o wlpot he "would 'do, and th6 errangom°?l deopatch: a etaff':of oslo9. houtm o o.10000 M1urray River during thu onsuing weele, a telegram received from the Riverino council lhas matelrially, altered the ministerial arrnmgemonts, and the go vehiment have given a pledge that' they will not attempt to commenc, thu eolleclion of iheo. border duties until negotiatiens have failed, and inc the meantimie the people of Riverino are to act as quesi negotiatbrs with the Victorian government, in order to omak...
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. IT rIlE AUTIlOR OF LADf AUDLEr'S SECRIET, 8C. CIIAPTEIIR YIII. GEORGE VANE did not come home. Eleanor kept the promise made to her faithful friend, and tried to slooeep. She flung herself, dressed as she was, upon the little bed near the cur tained alcove. She would thus be ready to run to her father, whenoever he came in, she thought, to welcome and minister to him. She was thoroughly worn out, and she slept; a wrotched slumber, broken by nightmares and horrible dreams, in which she saw her fether assailed by all kinds of dangers, a prey to every manner of misfortune andt vicissi tude. Once she saw him standing on a horrible rock, menaced by a swiftly advancing tide, whil she was in a boat only a few paces from him, as it seemed, doing battle with the blanck waves, and striving with all her might to reach and rescue him, but never able to do 80. Ii~ another dream hle was wandering upon the crumbling vergo ofa precipice-he seemed a white-haired, feeble, tottering ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
;IJSTR ALASIAN FREEMASONS' 1HALL .? HOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFRED .BRADFOntD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a homc. 1712 Produce Stores. ESSRS. DURITAI and IRWIN are prepared V to receive wool, shcepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by action or privately, at their -Produce itores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on swool, sheepskins, tallow, S?nd hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. t16 ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, pITT-STREET, SYDNEY. APER-.IIANGINGSr-Tfe trade supplied with . paper at 4d. per roll; light ceilings, 41d.; white marble, Gd.; Sicnna marble, 9d.; oakn paper, 5d.; all kinds of satin paper, Is. 3d. 5000 rolls of p aper-hangincs to pick from. pOILS AND CikLOlS of everydescription. CHANCE'S SIIEET GLASS, all sizes. KEROSENE 1)L, in and 4-gallon tins (screw muzzle), 4s. and Iv. Gd. per gallon; warranted the purest quality or the money retu...
IMPORTANT FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
IM1PORTANT FRO21 NE\V ZEALAN)D. Tre stieamner Aucldand, which arrivoed in Sydnhloy on Monday aftornoon, brought im plortant news which was brioefly summariscd by our Sydney corrospondont. The follow? lug full dotails will bo found most intorest mng :- (From tihc South?r Cross.) On the 30thl ultimno, the natives wero ob s?ervcd to bo fortifying an old pa at Orakau. This lilace is three miles ifrom Kihikihi in a south-westerly direction, and five miles from liasngiawhia in a north-westerly direction: in other words, talking IIhikihi and Rangiawhia as thie base of a triangl, Orakau would be the apex. Theroe is a roa from nanginawhia, and there is also a rotad from Kihikihi. Thie pa is a square stock aded redoubt, rifle-pitted within, and situated some little distance from a small sramp in thie rear, which extesonds towards Raiangiawhia and is sheltered on the soutli by a strip of bush. The attack was to be from three sides at once. At hIalf-past twelvo o'clock on the morning of the 31s...
WEDNESDAY—APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
Wa.nxESDA.Y-APiLIL 20. In theo Lgislativo Council, Thoie Preident took thb' chair at twenty-oight minutso after four o'clo6k...': ' . Messages were received from his Excollency tho Qovernor declaring tho IoyalAssont to tho Oustonlm Indemnity, C6x's Maurria4o Settlon;btt, tlioAoru 8ilvoi blininj Coifipa?,'o Incorp?ratio"i, U ,azd.J Cattle Exporit lills.. .. " Mlessages were received from the Le sombly concerning the Seamon's Lawo ... and Consolidation Bill, and the Dos?letii'a't. o Society Incorporation Bill. The es il the messages was dirootod to stand fo r ,ti' The Customs Duties Intorpretation nCt sl' Official Salaries Bill were read a first tie a Mr. Plunkett laid on the tablo of the?I?e. Blue Book for 1864; the annual ordinancen" e and the annual report on sewerago and Watr ply. "a plr. Plunkett, in reply to Mr. Koemp, as from the pressure of more urgent mattler vornment had been unable to take up th ' , I light-houses, but hoped to deal withit i The adjourned debate on the Who ...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
PARLIAMENTAR Y. TUESDAY-ArIsL 19. LN the Legislative Assembly, The petitions presented on the 15th instant by Mr. Garrett from the ex-mayor of the Shoalhaven municipality, and by Mr. Darvall from Mrs. Cal laghan, were ordered to be printed. The . Customs Duties Interpretation Bill was roead- a second time and passed through com mittee. The, House. then wont into committee of supply. " The following additional .-supplementary esti mates for 1863 were voted without comment: £111 6s. 10d. further incidental expenses Sydney gaol; £1.t Is. 'id. further incidental expnnses Albury gaol; £45 for remuneration to the Rev. P. P. Agnoew, for clerical attendance at the hulk Harmony; £863 10s. 3d. further sum for vaccinators, country districts; 4 £1595, charitable allowances; £203 16s. 6d; further in respect of military expedition to Lambing Flat; £68 5s. for expenses attending inquisition of office, in 1862, in the case of Martin Shanahan; £350 fur thor sum to coroners and magistrates for inques...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
TuIose persons who miro disposed to takec a desponding view of the condition of affhirs in the colony havo, it must be confessed, just now a somewhat ample list of griovances to dilate upon. In the first place the govern mont is in necessitous circumstances, hard p ushod to find moans to carry on the busi ness of thile country with, and, it is sus -pected, using borrowed money to moot the oxponditure. 'l'Then, the roveonue shows a great falling off, and it soeems likely that, instead of the deficit which hias alarmed overybody so much being reduced by tihe end of the year, it will be further increased. In the next place, trade overywhero is oexceeood ingly dull, with no particular prospect of anything turning up to enliven it. Theoro is . an uncommon want of intoi'est in the news from the gold-mining districts, and the yield continues very low in proportion to the nIum 'hboer of persons engaged in mining. Evon the. coal trado, which promised some time since to become of.unusual impo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
" MARRIEUD, AT Ooulhurn, on tiho 20th April, by the Royv. WV. Ross, S TnoIIOAo IrrI, T Farmer, Maxton, to ANxN, youngest daughtor of tile Iato Jos u [uIuayr, Lind Stoward, Rosomount, Ayrshiro, Scotlhnd. DIED, SOk the 11th of February, at his residence, Spitl .flholds, London, MIr. TloSl?As EvA.s, oged 417, brother of Mr. Groaoln Ev?Ns, Towrang. On the 20th Fobrunry, at Cardinhnm, Cornwall, England, at an advanced ago, Mr. Aulxu,?iot WIITINO, father of J. W?Vrlso, storekooper of this city. SATal Y 23, 180uite. SATURDAY,' APR1IL 23, 1804L.
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
LOCAL, AND Po fOVICIAL., POLICE RIOwr..--On WeVcdnosday Roboit Botolor alias Henry Hill, approhonded on a chargo of ab senting himself from his hired service at Binalong, was remanded until tlheo 27th instant. fail allowed on his own recognizance. Richard Bear charged with being of unsound mind, was sent to jail for fourteen days, in default of flinding sureties to'be of good-bo haviour. Yosterday Jolhn (i Ohiiiaman) sued A. A. Wood of Towraisg for non-payment of wages. Order made for the paymdeit ;f £4 9I. and costs. Thomas Cassidy, charged with the robbery of Mr. 2layne and of the Cooma mail some months ago in company ivith Birminghism and Dunn, iand who Ihad surren dered himself to Sub-insopector reonnan, was brough~t sp under remand fiom Yass. The case was gone into in the jail, where the ovidenco of the accomplice Biirmingham was tlaken, and the accused was co mitted for trial at the approaching assizes. PlHsosame ' EsconrT.-Last night an escort ar rived in town, bringing down ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
!UiLEGlAPIIICT INTELLIGENCE [FRoM, OU COIRRSONDE N?TB . SYDNEY, Friday afternoon. Is the Legislative Council, the Customs Duties Bill, tlhe Appropriation BIill, and the Loan Bill passed. TI'ho Ollicial Salaries Bill and the Impounding Do claratory lill were rejected. 'The GCovernor assented to the Appropriation, Superannuation, Customns Duties, Batlurst M?arket, Destituto Chllildren's, Public Loan, and Seamen's Laws Amondment Dills. His Excellency's speechl in proroguing promised a reduction of Oxpoanditlri , and, adverting to the loengthl of thle sessionl, regrotted that so little had boon necomplished. The rejection of the recently pro posed tax6s was also adverted to. lParliament rwas then prorogued' until the 21st Jmuno noxt. Friday night. The tceamor KIombla has gone ashoro at the Clydo River. Gardinor has beeon committed for trial for wound ing Sergoant Iiddleton. ' Wd have news from Auckland to the 11th in stant. The wounded are pogroossing favourably. It is ascertained that ...
THE MURDERER RUARANGI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
TLHE MIURDERER RUAR1ANGI. (From the YNev Zealand Hltrald.) As we stated on a former occasion, Patuone and others waited on the authorities, praying for the re prieve of Ruarangi, on the grounds that another na tive, a Ngapubhi, named Haro, the son of IHoni Pa hima, a native of the hape of Tararaua, on the Waitoa (Kaipaua), was the real murderer" As we then stated, the rumour was entirely incorrect that the Government had authorised the apprehen sion of Hare by the policeo; but we now learn that the father, Pahima, is now in town, and delares his willingreios to bring his son to Auckland. The son bears a bad character, both among the natives and Europeans of the district. It is quite possible that this man may have been an accessory to the murder, and have accompanied nuaerangi to the house of the Thompsons, but the evidence as to who actually committed the ferocious deed is too clear, too conclusive, to admit of one moment's doubt. Who, that was in court, when the judge addressed th...
GOLD FOUND FOURTEEN MILES FROM THE MONGATAPU. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
GOLD FOUND FOURTEEN MIILES FROM THE MONGATAPU. (From tIhe Ncelso Colonist.) For a day or iwo past a report has been current that auriferous ground has been dis covered within a short distance of Nelson, and last evening a gentleman, returned from the Wairau, furnished us with particulars, from whichl we gather the following : The locality is about thirty-five miles from Nelson, on the Wakamarina river, which is crossed by the main line (beteen Nelson and Blonheimn), about fourteen miles from the other side of the Mongatapu, and about half-a-milo before coming to Wilson's Ac commodation House. The entire distance to this crossing is traversed by the Wairau road from Nelson, and the spot referred to, although some distance further up tile stream, is thus for the most part of unusually easy access. Tho manner of the discovery is deseribed to have been thus:---Mr. WVilson having been some time since impressed with the belief that the features of the locality were of gold-bearing charact...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
AIERICIA. Intelligonco from America, Foebruary 13, informs .lus,: among other matters, that Goueneral. Shorman's whole force crossed the Black 1Rivbr with a view to a junction with a cavalrv and infantry force-it is supposed to flank Johnson and HIardoo in Alabama and Georgia; that Admiral Porter is fitting out a.formidablo floeet on thle Mississipi; that the siege of Charloston.having proved a filure Geonoral Gilhnoro and Adlmiral L)ahl gron, liad despatcheld a land and naval ox podition.:to Florida, and lhavifg mado a landing at Jacksonvillo, the oexpedition was supposed to be advancing on Tallahnaseso; that the Halifax Admiralty Court has re stored the Chesapeake and her cargo.; that a largo steamo,-it is not stated of. what nation-lhas been fired on and sunk by the Feoderals in Charleston harbour; and that the Conscription Bill hals passed Congress, including the compulsory drafting of slaves, with compeonsation to their owners.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
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THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
THE P'OLISII INSURRECTION. Tile Broslau Gazeotto says that tho higheor Russian authorities in Poland aro full of doubt as to the ultimato success of ?ussiain tiho present strugloe. They are convinced tlhat notwithatanding the nunmborloss cruel ties and acts of violeonco, the deportation of thousands to Siberia, tho imprisonment of othere,- the comuntless executions and 1nur dors, and the collection of all the troops at tihe disposal of Jtussia in Poland, not a stop in advanco has boon gaineld, the insurrec tion .still continuing, nand proparing fresh forces for the spring.. The indofatigable perseverance of the Polos, tlheir faith nand self-sacrific in the liold, and thoeir contompt of death, inspiro the Russians with involun tary admiration, and strengthen the convic tion that to keep Poland much longer under Ilussianrulo is impossible. Telegrams from Broslan again spealk of succestsid attacks by insurgeont parties upon Russian troops. In landom threeoo infantry. companies of Rtuss...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
* TO OORflESPON flWTS.. Atf.'lntro to tlio foltOo~lbo intlr mittl lrranon 'itmoappto tnl:-ti'o do not l,ootortoken to nsrtr tottoro m~ltch sore ~ln:a,~,lr I ~ rrr~e RI a~r IF (no beets pent to otbee ~le~ers.-tol noostl reltnin teiotod coo,l t,,llnlt cstonu.-tI'trtto ,rttttnio to snake ordinoseji coo reettons1, sCC otnsto11ntot etterssrhtc6 reqnlrs o-mttollngto fit thecnfer pntdteosoton.-- tthr,s tlrnoinedtstblcibtct, toO)) La otestred, eosorln teotfnlons onp~lst to tenelrt, usl A00oon on lbs .Itondops w:;d Th~olrlorllsl pcredlnp tnglIbttootleos.- tt' wa,,ost In1rl evnto es Oonenlfsb~t tell), the woriter's anons strot stldret'r-noo for pssltietllon, ALnt sn guneantlos of goodfsitts.
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. NEW YORK, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
TILE -OIV~IL WTAR IN AMERICA. (Fro,. tohe 8. ,t I&irald's corresrpo,dot.) :' :: : NEw Yoluc, February 12. Tru,'winter months' are fast hurrying away, nndtheo:thnefor renewing this terrible con flict israpidly approaching, and both sides aro'prdparing for it.on a scale not hitherto attemptld.'.i The season hitherto 'was most fav-ourablo:.for militar; olbrations, the last two months being a continuous succession of dry frosty weather, with. a brief spell ,of; snow and severe weather in the early part of last monthli ' But the time for resting the armylhad come-as also' the itime for tilling up the, diminished 'ranks, and, if possible, lading it on a stronger footing than ovi?. before. Ad now again is heard in our streets.the tramp of armed men hurrying to the'point, whether it 'be to theo:bankls of the labpp annoe--tho York Rivor-thle Cum borand dnd Tonnesse-the James Rivor tlheiMississippi-tlhe bayous of Lousiana to thoboleaguing force beforo Charleston or tosome of the exped...