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District Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
§rslrid Intelligent. QUEANUEYAN. (I'ROM oun OWK CoanE8P0NDE«T.) TiieCOOWA.MA.il.-The mall which should havo arrived here lint ninniinj; ut or before 7 o'clock did not £ct in until half-jiaii 5 la the evening. Seeing that it did not come to time, two mounted trooper* started to mccrtalu wliat was the came of tho delay, lloth they and thu mall got in as I have stated in the even jug. I underitund the heavy rain of Monday night and all day on Tuesday was the cause or the delay. Tub Dimuzhon iiisllABCU.-Notwithstandingtho j numbers that dully keep returning from the diggings 1 for tho winter months, hundreds are ou the tnov* j towards tho Buowy Huuniawi. 1 bare heard several I defers (emiog duirn wiving to vwuad* tboiv going up to retrace their steps for the season, hilt to no pilr pojft- those on tho march up p»r«I&lt;t in itolnff, Outi Court .vhu WATCU iluusK.-(Inco jnor^icn riert h.tvo been cul/ea for the erection of our Court and Watch house. Are we to have one at Imt? I ljo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 25th March, at Jerrera, Argyle, Mrs. Isaac &nbsp; Fox, of a daughter. DIED. At Queanbeyan, on the 24th instant, John Noonan, native of Kilmore, County Limerick, Ireland, aged 39 years ; and brother to Mr. Thomas Noonan of Goulburn. At Mandemar, near Berrima, on the 29th inst., from injuries received by a fall from his horse, Alexander McCater, aged 21, much respected and greatly lamented by a large circle of friends.
Goulborn Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1860. SYDNEY. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
GOULBURN CHRONICAL 'j SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1860. SYDNEY. (FROM OU SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT) Thursday evening. THINGS are a little more quiet in Sydney than they were during the past week. Even a commercial sensation, like all other &nbsp; inents, dies out of ita own force; and other topics are beginning to be introduced when men meet, besides reputed pecuniary diffi culties. I am inclined to think the worst is past-for it season, at all events. But, let whatever efforts may be made to disguise it, there is a large amount of unsoundness in the community. Some few houses are to far gone for their creditors to consent to their being declared insolvent-their liabilities too largely involve others, and there is no help for it but to keep them up. In some of these cafes, with a fortunate turn of affairs, the parties may recover themselves, but the chances are against them. The enormous proportion of the Bank discounts which is known not to represent property, is a sufficiently palpabl...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CITY CORRESPONDENT.) Friday evening. RESPECTING the Native disturbances in the Province of Taranuki, New Zealand, we have news to 10th March. Up to that time there has been no fighting. Troops had marched and taken possession of the disputed ground and also destroyed two publs. Wiremu Kingi (William King, the insurgent chief) was still at large, and there were fears of the Taranaki natives joining him. Dr. Lang has just been most brutally as saulted in tho street with a horsewhip, by the notorious Captain M'Donald on whose Im moral career the Doctor lately commented. The Doctor's body is lacerated with the strokes of the whip. He has applied for a warrant. At Mort's sale, yesterday, the bidding was &nbsp; brisk, the supply of wool falling off. 160 bales were offered, and all sold at full rates. &nbsp; There was very little really good wool. The &nbsp; highest prices realised were, for 7 bales MXT, &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Cooma. A BRANCH of this BANK, is now open at COOMA, Maneroo, for the transaction of all ordinary Banking business, on the pre mises of Mr. HAINES, Innkeeper, and under the Management of R. C. JOPLIN, Esq. March 16, 1860. Oriental Bank Corporation. NOTICE is hereby given, that an Agency of this Corporation is now open on the &nbsp; Snowy River Gold Fields, under the manage ment of Mr. THOMAS NORTON, of Ade- long. Yass, 3rd March, 1860. MR. J. T. GANNON (latk Gannon & Scarvell) Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor, ARGYLE CHAMBERS, GOULBURN. Private Residence,-corner of Bourke and Montague Streets. J. REED, (late with H. Greig) Auctioneer, Commission Agent, AND GENERAL PRODUCE DEALER, AUBURN STREET, Near the Royal Holel, GOULBURN. Prince of Wales Store. S.MOSES AND SONS, GENERAL IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, Wine & Spirit Merchants, GROCERS & IRONMONGERS, &c., &c., &c., Adjoining ...
SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS OFFICIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS OFFICIAL REPORT. THE official report of Mr. Chief Commissioner Cloete, on the Kiandra Gold-fields, addressed to the Hon. tho Minister for Lands, has been published. Tho following is a copy: The Commissioner in charge of the Southern Gold- Fields, to the Hon. the Secretary of Lands, re porting on the Kiandra Gold-Fields. Gold Commissioner's Office, Goulbum, March 24, 1859. SIR - I do myself the honour to report my return here this afternoon from Kiandra. I had written a report from Gundagai, but, finding that this day's post front here would reach you as soon, I did not send it from there. 2. The present diggings are chiefly situated on the "Eucumbene," a tributary to the "Snowy River," &nbsp; &nbsp; and contained when I left a populntion of about five thousand persons. The daily numerous arrivals from Victoria will, however, soon increase that number to probably eight thousand. 3. From the most authentic information to be pro cured, ( find that a...
Goulburn Circuit Court. Wednesday, March 28,1860. (Before his Honor Mr. JUSTICK WISE.) DESILIQUIN BANK ROBBERY.—SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Goulburn Circuit Court Wednesday, March 28,1860. (Before his Honor Mr. JUSTICE WISE.) DENILIQUIN BANK ROBBERY - SENTENCE. William Henry Drew, John Vaughan, and &nbsp; William Lee, convicted on the previous day of the robbery of the Bank of New South Wales, Deniliquin, were brought up for sentence. They were asked if they had anything to say why sentence should not be passed upon them. Prisoner Drew handed in a written state &nbsp; ment, purporting to be his defence. The substance of the document was that on the night of the 15th of Ootobor, when the bank was robbed, he was not away from his tent the whole night; and that Gegan had sworn falsely against him, in order to screen himself, and take revenge on him (Drew), they having had a quarrel previously about Gegan's wife, Gegan euspccting him of too great familiarity with her. The other two prisoners said nothing. The Judge in passing sentence observed that the prisoners had been convicted upon evidence which could n...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Local Intelligence FAREWELL SOIREE TO THE REV. J. WATSFORD On Wednesday evening last, a Farewell Soiree was given by the members of the Weseyan tody to tiio Rev. J. Watsford, Superintendent of this circuit. A ten meeting was held in the school room at 7 p.m.; the room was crowded and a part of the company had to bo accommodated elsewhere. The meeting was a very agreeable one. At 8 o'clock, an adjournment took place to the Chapel, which was fitted by the numerous assemblage which gathered on the interest ing occasion. Mr. R. Blatchfordwas called to the &nbsp; chair, and stated that the purpose of the present meeting was to present a farewell address to their respected Minister Superintendent, Rev. J. Watsford, who. after three years of faithful and efficient labour from the members of Society and Congregation in Goulburn to Mr. Watsford, and, as an accompaniment to the address, handed him a purse containing fifty sovereigns ; presenting him also with a handsome electro-plated...
Gazette Notices. CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PAN[?]ULA. Monday, April 30. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PANBULA, Monday, April 30. CUUNTRY LOT. Lot 1, 62 acrce, oo tho road from Panbula to Merrimbunla, adjacent to theo south boundary of tho Old Cemetery; portion 44. Upset price £1 per acre. SUBURBAN LOTS. Lots 2 to 9, 2 acres 2 roods each, in the vil- lage or Panbula; allotments 1 to 4. section 28 ; and 1 to 4, section 29, Upset prico £3 per acre TOWN LOTS. Lota 10 to 39, 2 roods each, in the Village of Panbula; allotments 10, 13 to 19, section 14; 4 to 14, section 15; 13 to 17, seotiou 16 : 6 to 10, and 12, section 40. Upset prioe, £8 per aero.
Friday, March 30. MANSLAUGHTER AT WAGGA WAGGA.—SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Friday, March 30. &nbsp; MANSLAUGHTER AT WAGGA WAGGA - SENTENCE. Thomas Cartwright, who on the previous day &nbsp; had pleaded guilty to manslaughter, at North &nbsp; &nbsp; Wagga Wagga was brought up for sentence, &nbsp; The Judge said he had carefully read over &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the depositions, and he was sorry to see that &nbsp; the woman whose drath prisoner had caused &nbsp; &nbsp; was his own wife; they appeared to have &nbsp; quarelled, though what was the cause of the &nbsp; &nbsp; quarrel did not clearly appear, and that he &nbsp; &nbsp; beat her in such a way that she afterwards &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; died from the effects. It appeared that pri- &nbsp; soner had been frequently in the habit of beat &nbsp; &nbsp; ing her. There appeared to be an impression &nbsp; &nbsp; with some per...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. Tuesday, April 24. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. Tuesday, April 24. COUNTRY LOTS. LOT 1,112 aores; 2, 40 acres; on the road from Maneroo to Queanbeyan, adjacent to the north boundaries of W. O'Neill's 60 acres, and D. M'Auliffe's 50 acres 2 rood. Lot 3, 46 acres; 4, 32 acres; 5, 30 acres; on the road from Gundaroo to Nanima, on and adjacent to the north boundary of Peter Dyce's 840 acres. Lots 6 to 9, 30 acres each, near the road from Gundaroo to Collector, adjacent to the south eastern corner of W, J. Packers 122 acres. Lot 10, 48 acres, on Shingle House Creek, adjacent to W. J. Packer's 230 acres. Lot 11, 35 acres: 12, 31 acres ; on Spring Flat Creek, adjacent to the southern boundary of John Casey's 160 acres. Lot 13,30 acres, near Gundaroo Flat, ad- jacent to the west boundary of W. Guise's 640 acres. Lot 14, 30 acres, near Gundaroo and Spring Flat, adjacent to the west boundary of W. Guise's 989 acres. Lot 15. 42 acres : 16, 44 acres 1 rood ; ad joining the west boundary of John Hoskings' 640...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUENA. Friday, April 27. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUENA Friday, April 27. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot 1, 40 acres, at the Horse Flat, Diamond Swamp, adjoining the southern boundary of G. Evans' 50 acres. Lot 2, 21 acres 2 roods: 3, 28 acres 1 rood; on Kangaloola Creek, adjoining the east and north boundaries of Francis Oakes' 640 acres, and the south and west boundaries of George Evans' 640 acres. Lot 4. 30 acres ; 5, 34 aores; 6, 30 acres ; adjoining and adjacent to the southern boun dary of William Brownlow's 40 acres, on Mul- gowrie Creek, at the Crooked Corner, and Long Hollow. Lot 7, 30 acres, on Deep Creek, adjoining the southern boundary of William Treacey's 32 acres 2 roods. Lot 8, 38 acres 2 roods, lying about three- quarters of a mile north easterly from P. Connor's 30 acres, and on the road from Goul burn to Tuena. Lot 9, 37 oores, on Cook's Vale Creek, ad joining the northern corner of J. Reeve's 30 acres. Lots 10 and 11, 32 acres each, on Sow and Figs Creek, at Crooked Corner, about two and a half miles nor...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. Monday, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
AT THE POLICE COURT, WAGGA. WAGGA. Monday, May 7. Lot 1, 140 acres; 2, 121 acres; 3, 129 acres; 4, 150 acres; 5, 97 acres ; 6, 52 acres; &nbsp; 7, 34 acres ; 8, 32 acres ; 9, 75 acres 3 roods; 10, 39 acres; 11, 154 acres; 12, 136 acres; 13, 133 acres; 14, 127 acres; on or near Tarcutta Creet, within the Tarcutta Reserve and adjoining the north and south boundaries of T. H Mate's 563 acres; being portions 1 to 14. Upset price, £1 per acre. SUBURBAN LOTS. Lot 15,1 acre 1 rood 21 perches; 16,1 acre 1 rood 25 perches ; 17 and 18, 1 acre 1 rood 6 perches each ; 19, 1 acre 1 rood 20 perches, at South Wagga Wagga; being allotments 1 to 5, section 52. Upset price, £4 per acre. TOWN LOTS. Lots 20 to 39, 2 roods each, situated in the town of South Wagga Wagga; being allotments 1 to 10. section 53, and allotments 1 to 10, &nbsp; section 54. Upset price, £8 per acre.
IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
IMPOUNDINGS From the Government Gazette, March 27) &nbsp; Marulam, on the 23rd of March, from Greenage Park, by P. Jamieson, Esq.: damages .£4 per head: -Strawberry cow, 1b over 2 off rump and ribs, ear marked, Yellow cow. 1B off rump and ribs. Yellow and white cow. same brand. Red cow, EA off rump. A off ribs. Blue strawberry - 1B rump and thigh. White btjllook, J &gt;? rump, thigh, and off ribs. Bindlle and white buttock, IA conjoined near shoulder. Red and white bollock. IB rump and thigh. Brown bullock, white back, same brand, Red stag, IB over 2 rump and thigh. Red nnd white bullock, like HO off rump, like HA conjoined off shoulder. Red sided bullock, white back and belly, IB rump and thigh. Red and white bullock, same brand.-If not released on or before the 17th of April, will be sold.- F M'Carthy, Poundkeeper. 6s. 9d. WAGGA WAGGA.-On tho 17th March, 1860, from Cunnindrue, by H. G. Lintott, Esquire; damages and driving 10s per head - One red and white cow, HD c...
Commerical Intelligence. CHRONICLE Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Commercial Intelligence. CHRONICLE Office, Friday evening. BUSINESS has shown a further improvement during the week, a fair trade, both wholesale and retail, having been transacted. The Circuit Court has brought many persons into town, and this has affected the retail trade favourably. There is little change in prices, though the wheat and flour market shows a downward tendency. Wheat may be quoted at about 10-., though less has been taken. Flour has also been sold by private dealers at a lower figure than that quoted by the mills. A large quantity of supplies from Sydney mills arrived this week, and a good deal is still on &nbsp; the way, including a considerable quantity of fiour.
REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
REPORT. During the week the horse market has shown no change, sellers being still in a large majority over buyers. We have sold 7 heat at from £5, 10 s. to £15. Three horses, dray, and harnass, for £70. Gig and harness for £28. Dray, £13 10s. LAND - This morning we sold at auction, a cottage and land at Towrang, to Mr. John Sinclair, for £160. Cottage in Mulwarree street, to Mr. H. Lord, for 103 guineas. We have ALSO sold privately the premises &nbsp; known as the " Chronicle " office, to Messrs. Vernon and Mellin, for £ 1100, and the premises occupied bv Mr. Selkmann, to Mr. Philip Dignam, for £900, both sales being on terms equal to cash. PRODUCE.-Very little has been brought into town during the week, probably owing to the assizes oc- cupying many of the settlers and prices remain with- out alteration. P. DIGNAM & CO. Auctioneers and Commission Agents. Goulburn Auction Rooms, March 30, 1860. W. LENIHAN reports - Horses. There has been a little improvement during t...
QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. BRADLEY'S MILL.-Friday Evening, March 30. &nbsp; Flour fine, £32 per ton; seconds, £30 less than &nbsp; half a ton, 1s. extra per cwt. Pollard and bran 2s. per bushel. Wheat, prime samples, 10s. 6d. per bushel. &nbsp; CONNOLLY'S MILL - Friday Evening, March 30. Flour, fine, £32 per ton ; seconds, £30; less than half a ton, 1s. extra per cwt, Pollard and bran, 2s. per bushel. Wheat, prime samples, 10s 6d. per bushel. &nbsp;
SETTLERS' PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
SETTLERS PRICES CURRENT. Wheat.-Per bushel, 10s. Flour.-Fine, per ton, £32; seconds, £30. Bran.-Per bushel, 2s. Maize.-Per bushel, 6s to 6s. 6d. &nbsp; Barley.-Per bushel, 4s to 4s. 6d, Oats.-Per bushel 5s to 5s. 6d. Hay.-Per ton, 8/. to 9/. Butter - Fresh, per lb., 1s.3d; salt per lb., 1s. Cheese.-New. per lb., 5 1/2d. to 6 1/2d.; plentiful Bacon.-Per lb., 8 1/2d to 9d. Eggs - Per doz., 1s. 3d. Potatoes- Per ton, £6. Onions.- Per lb., 4d. Fat Cattle.-'Per head, 41, 10s. to 6/., according to weight. &nbsp; &nbsp; Calves,-Per head, I J. 5». to 1/. 15s. Sheep.-Per head, 14s to 16s. &nbsp; Pigs -Per lb., 4d. to 4 1/2d. Tallow.-Per ton, 46i. to 50 1/2 for good samples; very scarce.. ; Hide.-4s. to 5s. each; good hides scarce. Sheepskins - Per lb., 6d. to 7 1/2 d. Carriage.- Sydney to Goulburn £9 to £10 per ton Goulburn to Sydney, £5 per ton; Goulburn to Russell's (12 miles from Gibson's Plains), £15 per ton. Goulburn, March 30, 1860.
BRAIDWOOD MARKETS.—MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
BRAIDWOOD MARKETS.-March 30. Flour, fine, is quoted at from £36 to £38 per tonne Wheat, per bushel, 13s.; bran. 3s. 3d. per bushel; Hay, per ton, £15. Oats, per bushel, 8s to 8s. 6d. Potatoes, new, per cwt. 13s. Maize, per bushel 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. Butter, fresh, per lb., 1s. 3 d. to 1s. 6d. Ditto, salt, per lb, 1s. 3d to 1s. 6d. Cheese 7 12/d to 8 1/2d per lb. Bacon, per lb, 1s. to 1s. 1d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Sales by Auction. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 4TH APRIL. Horses, &o. &nbsp; &nbsp; Merchandise. &nbsp; P. DIGNAM & CO. Will sell by public auction, ON WEDNESDAY, 4TH APRIL, At 11 o'clock, At their SALE YARD8, Salutation Inn, HORSES, broke in to Saddle and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Draught &nbsp; Drays, &c. At their Rooms: - VARIOUS STORE GOODS. Terms-Cash. THURSDAY NEXT, 6th APRIL. Pine Boards Pine Doors P. DIGNAM & CO. Will sell by public auction, at their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, ON THURSDAY NEXT, 6th APRIL, At 12 o'clock, TWO THOUSAND to three thousand feet INCH PINE BOARDS, tongued and grooved Twenty moulded Pine Doors, colonial made. Terms-Cash, The Mummell Estate. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. P. DIGMNAM & CO. Are instructed by THOMAS BARKER, Esq. to sell by aaction, on an early day, ALL the unsold portions of the MUMMELL ESTATE. Also, THE PEJAR ESTATE. Full particulars will shortly appear. ...