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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BUSHRANGING NEAR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
LOCAL AND PROTINCIAL. BUSIIRANGING NEAR GOULBURN. O?" Monday last Ben IIHallR, Gilbert, and Deon, conm mitted a series of robberies betwcon Goulburn and Shelloy's Flant, thirteen mils from this city. It seems, from their acknowledgment to one of the parties robbed, that they expoeted the mail from Sydney would reach the toll-bar about eight o'clock. linut as there is no mail despatched from tho general post-ollico on Sunday, Mlonday's coach carries no mail-bags; and instead of leaving laBer rimsa during the night it leaves at eight o'clock in the morning. Conisequently it was duo at the toll bar about five o'clook is tihe afternoon. Of this the busbrangers wore not aware; and they therefore made calculations which would have suited any other day than Monday. The consequence was thiat they commenced stopping all travellers at about eight o'clock; and continued doing -so until the mail from Goulburn to Sydnevy Dnassed at 1.30 p.m. As any travoller came in sight, Hall or one of his com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
wag4Les, ,0oM 400oo to 500 STORNIEOCATTLE, fron one .1, to two years bld, equal sexes. 3206 ' FINLAY AND CO. .Wenaefl, Ms A ~ F MALE' OO1. Apply to Mrs. EIfANUEL, Auburnostrcot, 0200 Wanted, AN aotivoe woman an COO)K and LAUNDIRESS, Apply to Mas. PIIIIILIPS, Lansdowne. 31706 One Pound Reward, or Five Pounds if Stolen, on Conviotion of the Thief. LOSndT or stoleq from Diamond Creelk, Guo SL-toWN' GELDIN ~,. wiith donkoy ears, hts,." ARt near shoulder, DAILA e' i?tlidr, . Deollu'&lo lr. GEORGE ~ WITHERS, Diamond Crdki\or, to A. S. JONES, lRroadalbano Store. .200 Ten Pounds Reward. STOLE? or strayed from Pejar, on or about o10th t October A IHEAVY BAY MARE, four white fooeet, and S Sbranded S near shoulder. JG Likewise, a LITTLE BAY MARE, branded r : ,near shoulers or E£1 will be paid:on recovery of oither, if strayed; and £10, if atolen, on conviction of the thief and rocovery of the horses. ARTIIUR PODMORE. : oPejar, Decemboer 17th, 1864. 3180 Thirty Pounds Reward. STOLEN fro...
THE ARGYLE ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE STATE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
TIHE ARGYLE ELECTION. DEOLARATION 1OF TIHE STATE Of1' THEi POLL. OwvNO to the?non-upplearanco at this oflice of the ro porttr to whom w?a popfided the duty of reporting the oloctidn proceding6e of Sat!rday and londay, we oro iodobted to thoe lindnocss of nurcoptopmporary, the Arguo, for the following report of the pFococd rago :- InAccording to advortisoment tin the localpr, Mr. F. Ri. L. Rossi, the Rloturning Officer for Argyl attended at the Commercialt Hotel at noon on tur day, for the purpolse of doeloring the state of thu poll. Unfortunately, owing to the non-re!:oipt of any oticial intimation from MIr. J. J. Waddol, thu ifresiding ottloor at Collector, of the statoe of tho poll thoro,'t'r. Rossi ~p. unable to make the doola ration. llaving waited iitfi. oseo o'poleol, rnd no meso??o having booeen. received frorCo'cthie, Mr. Itosil wo O on thuh loo of the hotel, d I o'd?esinig the peoploe-of wehom thoro wereoqtwqeou 400 dad 5 prteont--ho tatoltc thot, owino to tho Collector ret...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
CO7J1AERCIAL. . . GOULB3URN, Tuesday 10 p.m. .WminT .D 'FrovR,-At Conollv's Mill:-Fine flour, £28 par ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 1001 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 16s. per ton, le. .8d. per bushoel ; bran, £E4 per ton, Is; per: bushol.. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emannel's Lill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds,e £27; if .less thnn half-ton, 19. per 100 lb. extra. WVhcat, beast samples, 10s. per buhol. :ran, l4 per ton wholesale, les. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 16os. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. S\- ,a Pnon?uce MAnKT. - Mosrs. Duirham and Irwin report:-Wool.--?or the sidales of last week about 1l50 bales were catalogued, of which 760 wero disposed of. Throughout the sale there was a general disinclination to operate, even at reduced rates. The result of the November sales will, how: over, have the effect of fixing quotations for the remainder of the season. At our sale of Friday the prices realized were from 2ad. to 209d. per lb. S...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY—DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
GOULBURN POLICE COUR'T. S.\vrIu."Y-D ECoEM:n I 17. Br:rou the police-magistrato, and. WV. II. IIovell and J. Cropper, Esqru. Robert Nowlan, chargod with absenting himself from the hired service of I. Shopherd, Esq., was dis charged as being illegally in oustody, it appearing that he had been approheonded at his own residence. lPhilip IIogan, charged withll stealing a caddlo the property of William Cummins of Forbes, was re manded to the orbes benhoch to be dealt with. iBail allowed. Mary Ann Martin for teoaling a table-clotlh, wa? sent to jail for three months. Thomas IoBulger charged with absenting himself from the hired sccrvico of Edward Ptayten was dis charged. 2?OI>.AY-1c--- lllers 19. A case of assault in which Michaenl ])avoron was defendant and IMrs. Futton complainant, was with drawn. 0iloaxY.-David Beattie was brought up charged with unlawfudlyintermarrying with Cclila Grant, his lawful wife, Mary Magaaret loattio being nlivo. The case was remsndcd to the :lrd instant. ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
TO CORREPON'1DETS. -tral eommunfealotna atretomted Itnore to their not bealn rteererd n tim. Contributors nare reminded that the decllc taeaa t ok'clock; and that all communttlentloa to the Enaurtion ol whicth they may attach importancd ehould reach at by ,noon on Mlondayt and Thnurdaye. TO OU.R READGRS. Th? ulppablte abneen our reporter an disarrangcmennl of eur mechnry, with the conlequtlnt demand on the timt cf thou who otherwtlo ,ntght hatve uppltfrd hki pljac, many poeltbly cauet some local information to acapc lc; nnd want ofJ room jcrrtntthte einertitaon of IUdney noet. Far this we mutt aah the tadulgnee ofj our readers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
Australian Joint Stock Bank, ITNTEREST allowed on fixed depositsat current Srates. Drafts issued on all the branches and o:gencies in New South Wanles, Queensland, Victoria, "Adelaide, Tastannnin, and New Zealand; also on SEngland, Ireland, and Scotland, IIENRY I. WEST, Goulburn r Manager. 1609 ,BANK Or NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTAnLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,O000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH, SiNT'ERET allowed on fixed .eposit.a t the fol I- lowing rates:- p u o n" For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. ,, 12 ,, 5 ,, Bills discounted at currant ratei. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Bahk of Scotland and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the bank in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zeaelnd, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Taosmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, Ist August, 1864. aS33 Wanted to be Known, TiHAT M. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO .i now exceeds TWELVE IIUNDRED P'OUNDS PER MON...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864
MARRIED, ON Monday, 19th Decormber, by special licnsoe, at the residonce of the brido's parentso, by the Rovd. R. Leigh, Mr. G:ot.on: SuMMt.1ols, of IBridwood, atorokeouper, to M?raTILx, daughter of Mlr. IRounor I'Lva.i, of Sholley's Flats, near Goul burn-no cards. WEDTa DA nnD 1?1nicler. WEDNESI) AY, DECEMBER 21, 1864.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
THE GOULBURN HERALD [ESrAno.snED 1848] Is th obldest establlshed joornal in tle s 0outhern dlstrir of Moor South Wales, ond since 1800 Its iucreased eroulatoio has renodered it eixpedioet to prlot it by 00ea00. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LESTADI.MSHED 1855] isig ttanod 0 o rul tt on nerly ceual to that of t00e lo ratdt wiho riornporoted with that roper on 31tt Mrch, 1o01. O0 SUoIISCetIPIO ne eigt soliling atntd sionce per qtorOefr postoge, So. 2d.; or o hittlllln., Ieeif fpatdel o dronc0?tba?.ot orcvtiust to •0,0 eo nlooOlctOOOOOt of tle ' totr .ThcOUbeoP· 0lle for tweclte monthls, Ior pliO It tdvl eoc, t 3Os., t postoOe t' eohded. oubsrlber are oe hrgcd oaty froc the tbime of antep ag teitor 000000. Orters to dpishoentinOte th1t pepr muRt bU Eccomponpld hy pgtyuenlt In ftll op to the endt of the eurrnt quarter, or thry t0ll not lbe ntt nded to. th J Tqwe reguolr qourtert end on the tltareb, 10th JOun, Itt Sopteutberr lind 318t Decemlber. Oe pclo'r,004SIlot- Advertcoements are haraed fo...
OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
OSWALD. ORAY. DY Ils. IHENRY WOOD~ , AUTHOR OF EAST LYTNNE. CHIIAPTER XXX. THE clocks were striking four whdn Sara Davenal was walking through the streets of Hallingham on her return. She stepped along rapidly, her crape veil over her face, and was molested by none with greetings or condolences; bat shie stopped of her own accord on meeting the poor market-woman, Mrs. HIundlev. The woman, her face birken by sorrow, flung up her hands before Sara could speak. "To think that he should have been the first to 'go !--before my poor boy, whose life, as may be said, he had been keeping in him i The one a-dying for months. past, the other a hale gentleman as seemned to have health in him for a lifetime. Oh, miss ! what wvill the sick do without him ? " "How is your son?" was all 'Sara's answer. "tHe has come nearly, to' his last, miss. Another weldk'll see the end. When the news came out'to us that the' good Dr. Davenal was gone, we couldn't.believe it: and my boy,' he says, ' mothdr, it ca...
AN IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO AT HULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
A. jLPERIUM?ai IN rIIr IO AT IULL .. -On hoe 15th, at the Hull police-court, a woman named Ann Ilyman was charged with utter. ng profane language. In the course of the examination some extraordinary facts were elicited. It appears for some time past a man named Axnott, residing in Gibson street, D)rypool, has hold a court at hia louse and in his garden, in which he has ofliciatod in the character of mayor and nagistrate for that district. His self-im. posed jurisdiction extended to cases of pro. ane language, assaults, and other offences of a minor character. The business of this court (?) was generally transacted on a Sunday afternoon. According to one of the witnesses the procedure was as follows: Arnott, on having a complaint made to him, sasued a summons citing the alleged offender to appear. Another individual, who ncted is constable," apprehended tihe offender, bringing him in by the collar. The prisoner is secured to a chair by iron rings, and the trial proceeds. If a .convic...
THE BROTHERS DAVENPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
THlE lBOTIIERS DAVENPORT. (Fron the Pimes.) OF tho various.phenomena that are loosely classed under the head of "spiritual mani festations," none have been more remark able than those now exhibited by two gen tlemen named Daveuport. In the United States, they have been celebrated for some years, but they have not been for more than a fortnight in London, and are as yet wholly unknown to the British public, with the exception of those professed connoisseurs of spiritualism who are on the watch for any new illustrations of theoir favourite creed. Hence their s6ances lcitherto have been strictly private. By whatever means they perform theoir marvels, they have this to recommend them, that; their feats are altogether dissimilar in kind from' thoso performed by their spiritual predecessors. Rnfapping-tables are not among the articles of their furniture, nordo they undoiertako to spell the names of deceased friends-an operation, by the way, which is seldom performed without difficulty ove...
PUGILISM.—THE MACE AND COBURN MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
PUGILISM.-THE IMACE AND COBURN MIATCII. Ti Era of October 9 contains the following article on this event: As we have all along anticipated, this lhas ended in smoke, and it may reasonably be questioned if one of thile parties ever in tended to fight, as lie certainlynever trained. The mnatch, which was to be for £1000, was entered into some months ago, and, accord ing to the conditions, it was fixed to take place within 100 miles of Dublin, in a district, we need scarcely say, where the polico authorities are always on the alert. The men and their friends were in or near the Irish capital on Monday last, and in the ovening it became certain that there would be no battle, as Coburn's party would agree to no other referee than a Mr. 3Bowler, who was stated to be a relative of Coburn's; while the other division wanted .Mr. E. Smith, one of the staff of the leading sport ing Journal of.this country, and a gentleman of undoubted honour and integrity. The very fact of his being immediatdl...
WHAT BEES MAY THINK OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
WHAT BEES MAY THINK OF MEN. (From' the Sjutaetor.) A ,.i1s must bo vary blind, very incapable of the most ordinary gencralisation, who does not soe that beos stand, morally and politi cally, to many flies and other insects much in the relation of man to apes and other savages. Or, if jon please (because we do not pretend to settle the details of the anal ogy, we only stipulate for it in gross), t hat tio bee, tho wasp, the hornet, the humble boo, maystand for the various civilized com nunities of man on the globe, as compared with sundry flies, which, as the lowest savages and apes, live in motley groups, very busily and jollily perhaps, but without ap ]preciable organization. Let the bees stand for England, then the big and distant hornet will do for Russia, and the flighty, graceful, omnipresent, marauding wasp for France. Germany will be tihe busy, buzzing, rustic, yet fierce, little humnble-bee; and so on. Or shall thie bedizened wasp stand for the bodizened banditti of the Appe...
THE ALLEGED FEDERAL ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
THee ALLEGED FEDsEIAL ATrOCITIES.-cTo the editor of the Daily News.-Sir--In my last letter to you it was maintained that the war in America had been conducted, on the whole, and for a civil war, with remarkable humanity on the Federal side, at least so far as the treatment of persons was con cerned; for it was admitted that there had boeen great destruction of property on both sides. Close upon my letter, as though to contradict the opinion advanced in it, comes a statement of the Southern correspondent of the Times respecting the conduct of the Fedeoral army, under General Butler, in Virginia. "In some instances," says this writer, "the moen have beeno shot down by drunken black soldiers or scourged to death, and then nailed to trees and gate-posts; and their neighbours, for asking permission to inter their remains, have been forced from their homes and transported to distant pri sons." When the men have been made to suffer this, we are loft to imagine the un mentionable horrors to...
THE CYCLONE AND INUNDATION AT MADRAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
TiE CYCLONE AND INUNDATION AT MADRAS. nWE lnake the following particulars of this second torriblo calamily, wlhich, during the last four months, ]has visited India, from tlhe Overland Atheonuum of the 12th 1Novem bor : \Veo are informed by the commissary general that he has received a letter from his oxecutivo olfficer at Masulipatam, dated thie 3rd instant, stating that that station had just been visited by a cyclono, which [anjor Tiorman describes as the most awftd storm within the moemory of mins. The canton moent and country for miles around are under water, and police lines were only saved fromn being swept away by the oieer .gotic oexertions of Mr. ]lrandt, head assistant collector. The innundation appOears to have boon caused by a "bore," which the violence of the storm drove up tihe river. As all communication betweeoon tho. fort and thie cantonmont lhad boon cut olff, no inforomation could be obtained regarding tihe fato of the shipping in tihe roads, or thie valuablo com ,...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
?-- . 'TO CORRESPONDEN·TS. Attlntion to the following Irule will prUeont dltnppolnt nent :--W? do not undlertakettoinero t letters timch nre u¶nccoltpantlIedl bq an, asourance thIat copls hatoe not been sent to other ponlpr.-m'o cannot return rejcted coot. mnuniciationt.-Whlte willing to tnale ordinarly cor rcctlons, nt mot omit letters whicl' requiro re-writing to fit thelm for plblication.-WIhen itlmmedlatopublicU ,mny be desired, communicationls oLght to treach us by noon on Sthe 1fondole and ThurJdnyo precedlng pnblcatlon.-W- i ,snr ?tI. everyU. case be furnished with the worltcr'e nan~ .and nddrcsu-not for publication, but as a guarantbe.of goodfitth. "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 December 1864
NEW SUMMEER GOODS. D-AVIES, ALEXANDERI , AND COMPANY beg to announce the arrival of their SUMMER GOODS, all of which are from first-class houses in England, and consist of an elegant selection of LADIES' BONNETS LADIES' HATS LADI)IES' MANTLES LADIES' DRESSES GIRLS' HATS GIRLS' MANTLES, and a choice assortment of plumes, belts, clasps, buttons, ribbons, muslins, collarsr, cul's, &Co., &c., Cc. 1937 MbR. LONGFIELD, Surgeon Dentist, Sloano. .Y. street, Goulburn. ArnTIFIOIAL TEETIH ADAPTEDs TEETII ILLED WITII GOLs, &C., &c. 1975 CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS!! MRS. IE BARR Solicits Ladies all to give a call At Apothecaries' IIal,. Where, to their mind, they will find All ktinds of Toys for girls and boys, AND tIhe following articles at VERY LOW PRICES: Silver brooches, loelets, necklaces, earrings, chains, and fancyjewellery, quite a now style Pretty work-boxes, at 5s. each, dressing-cases Ladies' companions, fitted, at 2s. Gd. each Jenny Lind combs and all kIinds...