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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

OOULnUllN 0 HOLESALE PuIICIS CUIIRHINT. rfitatlos. ' bushlel. Fltor, ine, £2 1B o Ion rooli. £27 'ollrd, Is. 84l. !r busel ; Or ,. by tIb bo lt tOo. fla,, io. 4. b Iusbl; or b. bythe al ton. O,,oea, 7d. 382-b. loof. (lt, S. Il. o 3. to d. per blouol. 'drlu. Ellglls, 30:. (o . to ,. " buhelele, arcb ; 2p . 11. no d 4.eCplo, Ot,, 2, . to 33. ? buoslel. ? ,3 to £4fl b ton. tlero., Iresh, Cd. O lb.; salt, 4d, 'kao, 2?doo . to*d . 8. "" iOt, S4. to 4dl. . Ibl. Pf,, lo. f dooo-. tatooet, old, 2s.; now, 8e. gt owt. Oonto 28ea,. owl.lt sarcoo Flt 1:lbe0r, primo, ,£2 to £4; muediumo £2 s. *to . ecl, lOa. to 13s. 0,l hed. . Pigt, d., to 4d. a lb. . . cej (rotalt),'od. to 4d. 6 lb. 0 d lu nto S'( dtal l). 4l ; ulb. Ite4; broT, £20 to £27 4 ton; mutton, £28 tiber, 1. to Ia. e00C1. o . " Sho?slbt, 0oI. ; oahed 7d. 0 lb'. cb rlaq "? ton0..,dnoy, yto Goolburn, £4 lO. to £2; Gonll burn.to Iydnoy, £2. loolburn to Lnmblng lFlat, £4 oolburnto Adlong, £5 to £; n(oullburn to 1Pumut, £6 to £6; oulburn to...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

CQOAIER CJllAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. 1WHEAT AND FLOUof.-At Conolv's M1ill: - ine ilort, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, s. 82. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, 18. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuel's M\ill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; teopds, 2 7; if less than hailf-ton, 1s.: pot 100 lb. etrk. Wleoat, best samples, Ika. per buhol. Bran, I1 per toii wholesale, 18. per bushel retail; pollard, is 15s. per ton wholesale, 1s. 8d. per bushol retail. o OD\S1y PnoDCE ltEPoa'r.-Mcassrs. Durham and Irwin report:-Wool.-For the public sales of this weeck over 1870 balos wore brought forward, of ahich about 900 were disposed of. At the com maecement there was little animation in the bid. bas, but as the sale proceeded there was a bettoer desre evinced to purchase. On the whole the ices ruled much the same as last woolk. Prices htained wore from 6d. to 20=d. per lb. Sheopskins "5' in full supply and in f...

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TO THE GOLD-FIELDS SOUTH.—A NEW SONG. AIR—THE MINSTREL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

TO THE GOLD-FIELDS SOUTH.-A NEW SONG. AIR-TIlE MINSTREL OT. To the Gold-flolds South D-lgl-sh hnas goneo; At the long-how great thoy'll find him ! With tongue liko stenm.whistlo, shrill and long, And his broken rail slung bohind him. "Oh, Sydnoy West!" cried the Talking MIachino, "And the Globe, though by both rejected, I go to soek some electorate green, Where gab will get me elected." Thus spoke, in griot, the "working man's friend," Who, shamming to be a free-trader, The protectionist mob did, sly, defend, Which would food on the digger's labor. " Yet," he added, " some hope in the future I soo," And he rallied from his dejection ; "Though hard work never suited me, To be 'Works' I'd have small objection! " What, though the patriot's part I play ; From place, of course, recoiling I Yet patriots should have their pay, To keep the pot a-boiling ! " T*o the South he went, led by the wilo Of fortune, that fomalo ficklo; But there, instead of her winning smile, Ho found a "Rodtd" in p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

Funeral. T IIE friends of the late Mns. ANN SIMONS are respectfully requested to attend her FUNERAL on TRURSDAY, 29th December. The procession to move at 3 o'clock from her late residence, Auburn-street. GEORGE RICHARDS, 3252. Undertaker. Wanted, A MAN COOK for Survey Camp. Apply to the Survey Oflice, Montaguo-street. 3220 Wanted, A YOUNG woman as COOK ; also a HOUSE A MAID AND LAUNDRESS. Apply to Mna. THORN, 3221 Brisbane Grove. Wanted, A SCHOOLMASTER, (Romanist), a Pound K and' Post-oflico keeper, for the Village. of Pomeroy. Paddocks and but adjoining the Pound. References required. Several farms enclosed and unenclosed to lease. Apply to 3228 THOMAS WOORE. Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT and NURSE-GIRL. Apply to Mns: J. ALEXANDER, Mundy street, or Australian Store, Auburn-street. 3242 Wanted, M EN to get timber and build culverts. Also, 1 Quarrymen and Stone-breakers. Apply to Z. HAWKINS, Camp, Breadalbane. 26th December, 1864. 3241 Thirty Pounds Reward. S?TOLEN from Burrowa, on the 2...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

A DEAL of nonsense has of late been talked and written about thle cowardice of largo numbers of men allowing themselves to be robbed by small parties of bushrungers. The fact is that theso large numbers of ttavellers do not allow themselves to be robbed-they are forced to submit. The fact is that among the parties robbed-or rather among those stoppod'and detained by the bushrangors-thero is always a per conta'go-ofton a large oneo-of women and children; 'and the fact is that of those stopped at least the half are not robbed at all. Whoen therefore we oear that some thirty persons, wholly unarmed and strangers to each other, have boon stopped by bushrangors it does not by any moans follow that thirty ablo-bodied maen lhav allowed themselves to be robbed, or that it would have boon anything short of foolhardi ness to have resisted. If those who talk and write about tie cowardice of unarmed mnon, women, and children when stopped by buslrangors have over soon or read of a mob being char...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

To the Editor of the ierald and Chronicle. Sz;,--If "procrastination bto the thief of time," what will be the fate of our cricket club ? Some months back I was requested to join the Lansdowno Club. I consented; but as yet I have heard nothing ficrther about the matter. Would itnotbe advisable for the secretary to test the inclination of those who are interested in this noble game by calling a meeting at an early date, to initiate active measures ? Surely in Goulburn we could muster sufficient for three games or practices a week while these long evenings last. In Sydney there are various sources of healthful exercise. Why not cling to the only genuine one we have here ? I feel confident the thing can be done if one person will only go through with it. I am, sir, yours &c., WVICKET-KEEPEI. Goulburn, 27th December.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

7ELEGRAPHIIC INTELLIGEJNCE [FROM OUR CO RRE.SONDENT8. ] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Ton yncht Etene, foundered yesterday, and Liou tenant Freeman and Mr. Fisher were drowned. Mr. T. Cooper has beeoon elected for Now England beating Mr. R. Forster, Mr. Mato for tho IIumo. beating Messrs. Asher and Miller, and the lion. James Martin for Monaro, beating Messrs. Grahamo and Brodribb by 105 votes.

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

To the Editor of the Herald anld Chroricle. Mn. Earron,-I have waited in vain to see some notice taken in the local journals of the very objec tionablo (to use no harsher term) proceedings of the successful candidates for Goulburn and Argyle. I allude to the system of what is called opening public houses to all comers. This is what I call corrupting our instittiions at the very foundation; and this at a time when pubhlie indignation is raised to its highest pitch by the unlimited corruption prac ticed by every government since we have had a re presentative house. I ask, are men who act like this likely to endeavour to cradicate corruption and debasing influences from our Housoe of Assembly ? Are they not liable to be told that " those who live in glass houses should not throw stones ?" And would not the cap fit them so well that they would blush and hide their diminished heads? They may say that not having done so until after the election it could not be called bribery, but might be...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. FURTHER OUTRAGES BY BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

LOCAL AND PR.O VINCIA?AL. FURTHER OUTRAGES BY B]USIIRANGERS. AnouT eight o'clock on Monday oevning Bhin IIal, Gilbeort, and Dunn came to the Flagstaff Store at Ilinda, forty miles from Goulburn, and told the pro prietor, Mr. tlorriss, and his wife to accompany them to the Flag HIotel.at which the landlord, Mr. John I aill, was that evening giving a ball to his neighbors in colebration of Btoxing-day. Mr. and iMrs. Morriss declined; but tthe bushrangors insisted on their doing so, and told Mrs. ilorriss to chango her dress. It many be mentioned that Mr. Morriss had formerly boon in the polico-force, and had gained theo reopltaion of being a most active and succossful ollicer; and it is supposnd that on this account the blushrangers wore afraid of his organising means for their capture if they allowed him to remain tt home. Miro. Ilorriss twas obliged to chango bor dress accordingly : and while this was going on the bushrangers were searching about the placo, and oither then or on tho...

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MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

mIIMEIs S RETUINED FOR TIlE LEGISLATIVE ASSESIBLY. Asrgle " Sr. P. Dlgnam alranald IMr. Jospsep llhelps Bathurst Mr. J. . Kemp T'ho Bogan ,Mr. G. Lord Mratdwood Mr. J. F. Josophson Camden -MIr. John Morrlce, Mr. 11.. Itoberts Canterbury . r." Oatley, Mr. J. Lucns ' Carenar Mr.Stlmpson Central Cumberland.. Mr. Hay, Mr. Manpherson Eden ... Mr. Egan Phelleho .a " . Somnt eoldfSlelds West .. 'Mr. S. Donelly Goulurn .... Mr. S. Alexander Ilartley ... ... Mr. . Lucnas ,The ltaRkesbnry ,. Mr. 'lddington, Mr. Cunneen Tllo Iao .. lr. T. II. 3ate TrheIunterr.. ... Mr. Burns Th'l Lower Huntor.. Mir. Wisdom The Upper Hlunter Mr. W?lte llaevnarr . ... Mr. . Ili. Osborne Min-nlr"" .,; M... lr . Parkes PLerpiool PInos ,. Mr'.T.,O. Lloyd oast J3n?lMiort Mr. W.Ouloonngs, Mr.D. Ducthaonn West laoquorlo .Mr. I. Driver East Maltiand M. r. Dodds . WIrest Mttlond ... SIr. B. Leo r .onao Ion. Js. Mnartin Morpepth .. .. :Mr. 3: Campbell " .?uigeo ... ... Mr. Terry The Murrey .. Me lr.R Lnaudale' lhe Murrum...

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TRIAL OF THE CARRICK WITCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

TRIAL OF THE OCARIK WVITOH. AT the Clonmel quarter-sessions, ~ ary Doheny was charged with fradulently ob taining goode from Joseph and Mary Reeves, at Carrick-on-Suir, on the 1st of June, 1864.--Mfary Reeves sworn and ox amined by Mr. Bolton-I am the wife of Joseph Reeves, sub-constable; he was sta tioned at Carrick-on-Suir on the 1st of Juno; My father's name was William Mullins; he was dead three years last May; I had three sisters, two of whom I know to be dead, one over ten years, and the other about seven years; I had a child, William, who died four years ago; I know the pri soner Mary Doheny; I had a conversation with her about my dead relatives in Juno last; I first spoke to her about curing one of my children, who gets weaknesses; she gave the child some herbs boiled in new milk several times ; she commenced attend ing the child about ten months ago, and continued so for more than a month; she continued coming to my house after that nearly every day; I was one night, after ...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY—DECEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

GOULBURNPOLICE COURT. SATUvnnRDAY-DECnMBnR 24. B1:rose: the polieo-megistrate. HIonw.a~A Ronneur. - Alexander Clarke and Henry Harper wero charged with highway robbory. It appears that on the provlois day, Ir. James Flanigan, of Kingsdalo, was in town, and hired the prisonors for the harvest. Whilo going out in com pany with their employer they suddonly seized him, and putting their hands into his pockets took out £2 2s. and a gold ring. They then loft, and Flanigan after waiting for some time returned to Goulburn, and gave information to the police. After searching for some timo the man were found by Flanigan early on Saturday morning in one of tihe public-houses, and were apprehended. On one was found Its. Gd. and on.the other 13s. in silver. Beiing positively identified by Flanigan they were committed for trial at the quarter-sessions to be held on the 23rd January next. MIon?Yn-DE.cn?nEn 20. Before the police-magistrato. Jano Campbell, a notorious offender, was sent to jail for ...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

CANDDATES FORI TOIl LEOISLATIVTE AbSSIIBLY. No. of Electorate. members. . Candidates. Tho Ctarenco . 1.. ..1 Mr. R. tlgh, ar. Laycock* The Gwydir ... ... 1 Mr. F. Rusdeon,° r. . . Danmgar Tho lastingt ., ... 1T Mr. Fett,* Mr. Dean, lIon. W. The Lallla .. ... 1 Mtr. Lyonch,IIon. J. IMrtln* Tentorfield . .. 1 Itor. It. lordou,* Mr. R. P. Ralnymond Gold-fields South ... 1 Mr. T. F. ro?eoo, Mi. James Modd, It•. g). . . alglclsh ' Gold-flelds North ... 1 Mr. G. I. Plolerlog, Mr. Roman. * merhmoriofthe late 4eaembly.

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COBS AND GALLOWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

COBS AND GALLOWAYS. (From the .Astralasian.) Iv the so-generally complained of scarcity of good hacks, as well as of good weight carrying hunters, be not speedily remedied, it will not be for want of sufficient agitation of the subject. From all sides, not especially in this country, we have letters and articles pointing out how easily ainimals of the desired kind are to be increased in number; and in these reading days it is to be sup posed that these suggestions are taken into consideration and pondered over by all per sons directly interested in horses. The elderly gentleman of sixteen or seventeen stone finds it hard to get a cob sure-footed and well up to his weight, as does the coun try doctor to get a hardy and fast little horse, always ready for two days' work in one, and as safe by night as by day, as the horse of a doctor in country practice ought to be. The want of such horses is admitted everywhere, and as neither the cob nor the galloway is derived from parents of high ...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

SYDNEY SUMIMARY. MoosnAy afternoon. I worTICse that the Sydney corresplondence of the Yass Courier, to hand this morning, has the follow. ing : Thre is an aertole to the torald or Thurdny, stating hoa owliao I Moony,3.l'., onet len Ioll,Giobet,oand Dune ontar oulburt n on 3lotday-how the y fred at him. nod he toed at them, and hoe nobody w hourt. The teraldn is of opinion that Mte. Marleay' conducteis beyond polhe, saino he er.oad to allow the busbranger to bar the ghtslnay, and nmarched tact them dctormine to ofiot rather than yleld. The whoas afair snoks ofeomb naste Furtoeo, and I thlenk I. moreeay. hy atlloeag thm u ItHrld to printc his tacount o the matter, hao laid thimself open to tdiculote. uch is my lmprtaton aoer reading the nareative tohre times, Ito mart ho a oeroy ho shoet too, although a eaptan of aettllery. Now I won't offer on opinion on th latter point' but in every other respect I agree with the abaero But I houldt have let the matoter alone perhaps, only that theo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

TO CO flBSPOND17XTS. Attention to the ffotloo'b rurle ,71i1 prtve.nt dlsnppolnt nntt:-Ifr.do ewit uoJortonlke to jnto ltters which fire w~lncromponrired by an assurannrce that copiers lalt·8 lln een eatn to other popors.-We eanot return rjecrlte cotn ntunfcntiont.-tHh'e tle it1tt to ,onko ot'tinnrtj ror rfettonttett mrutoomit letterastrh9.h requtre re-trittl g to )It thetttfotpubi ttttoiao.n flhttt jtmtoodtt tlltepubtllttt nnt be desired, om,,,nafotion, ouh o to rh to Is by otino on the Miondaryettmtd Thurttoao prreoditrrg pthliotalot.-1 ' mwuttern eroeor aseeft nisimd, trifih the +itcr'ettnaoo and adtdrtttt-noot for ptablication, bott is t guaranto e of good faith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current 1 rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in Noew South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. IIENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, EsTALIrsntn 1817. CAPITAL, £t,o00,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. u G , 4 12 , 5 Bills 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, TIIAT M. DE HARR'S SALE of TOBACCO I now exceeds TWELVE IIUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell at...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

BIIRTIF. ON the 26th instmt, Mrs. J. '. GANx-,, of a DlIED, AT hor Into residonc, Aoburn-streot, tGoulborn, M~rs. ,Ao Simos, ogoe 64 years. VEDNESDAY, DECEMIBIE 28, 1661.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 December 1864

To SfJslb.tlEfS. Ir order to toae 3l4snges )r iann,~d to adopl a pla n lw7, ii alrady pgoetud by ionrml other onppers .ned ocknaoldog sh~reotlreeipt a nittowes in thia column nsbtead of by oongh A,.. WEDNESDAYY.......... Dec. 2A 4 h 7 10 20 TEIURIE)AY .... . 20 4 4 7 10 7. IDAY ................ 1014 0 710 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

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