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Thursday, March 29. RECEIVING STOLEN MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 31 March 1860
Thursday, March 29. RECEIVING STOLEN MONEY. Edward Gegan and Margaret Gegan, man and wife, were indicted for feloniously receiving certain moneys and other articles, at Denili quin, on the 15th October last, they well know ing the said property to have been feloniously stolen. The prisoners pleaded not guilty, and were undefended. Thise case arose out of the Deniliquin bank robbery, for which three prisoners had been previously convicted, partly on the evidence of Gegan, as reported in our last. Most of the same witnesses were examined, and a good deal of the same evidence produced. As regarded Gegan, it was quite clear from his own confession when he became approver, and from other cir cumstances, that he had received portion of the booty. With respect to his wife, Margaret Gegan, it was no less clear that she had been concerned in the concealment of portions of the money, and in the spending of other por tions : but, as according to law, she was pro tected by coverture in what she...
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
PRODUCE CIHCULAE. Wool.-Thoro'wos tho usual uttendanco of buyers at our auction to-day, and although there was no vory choice lots for sale, tho bidding was spirited, and had it not boon for the high reserve placed by the growers on some parcels, overy lot would have been quitted at full rates. Sheepskins.-Upwards of 2500 skins wore sold at satisfactory pricos, say from 8d. to 9*d. per lb. Tallow.-Very limited demand, tho trftdo only being in tho market; 50 casks wero dis posed of. For boof, 33s. per cwt. to 40s. , Glutton, 43s. Od. to 47h. Gd. Hides.-For good pmicels thcro was a bet ter demand; two lots sold at 13s. 9d. and 14b. Od., but for inferior hides there is no en quiry. * Fat Stock.-Being short supply of sheop and cattle prices havo advnnced considerably, and for any good lots, close to hand, wo can obtain for bullocks. £5 10s. to £6 10s; for wothors, 17s. to 18s. PlUCES CuilUBNT. Woofc. a. d. i- A. Superior clips 1 10 to 1 11 Fmf to good J 7 to 1 0 Low to middling 1 2 to 1...
Commercial Intelligence. SYDNEY MARKETS.—MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
. Coniinewitl Intelligence. SYDNEY MARK K'i'.S.-MARCH 1. luourromama at £19 for flno, and £17 for second quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran Is. 3d. to 1h. Gd. por Lunhol. Wheat, 7fl. por bunhol. j Horse Market.-Mo.s.srn Burt and Co. notico considerable animation in the horso market during tho week, eovcral country lots havo i bepn cleared at an advanco on provioun 1 prices; 2 lotH from Kiama and Shcllhavbour 1 wont from £35 to £37 for harnesH horses, and £15 to £28 for saddlo horses ; 2 Iota of 20 and 25, in tho Cattlo Market, ail unbroken, rea- j lifjed from £2 to £10 for fillies, and £8 to £15 | for colts. Good conditioned horses strll in demand, particularly brokon harness horses.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
SCHOOL OF ARTS, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, goulburn. Evenings at Home. WEDNESDAY, 6th of MARCH. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GOULBURN SCHOOLOFARTS. TIIE COMMITTEE oftho Goulburn School of Arts beg to announco that MR. J. R. BLACK will give his SECOND ENTERTAINMENT in the NEW HALL, on This (Wednesday) Evening, the half proceeds of which will bo devoted to tlio funds of tho Institute. ON WEDNESDAY, 6th MARCH, 1801, The entertainment will bo that entitled WAIFS AND STRAYS AND UNCONSIDERED .TRIFLES." PROGRAMME: . PART 1. Tho time I've Lost in Wooing £T. Moore), Irish Melody . Och, Love it is Mnrthcr. Irish Bong I'd Mourn tlio Hopes. Irish Melody Lizzie Lindsay. Scotch Song Hey, .Tohnnio Cope. Scotch Jacobite Song Der Wanderer. German Song Skying tho Copper. (T. I-Iood). Humour ous Ballad. PART 2. Li Marsoillaise John Brown. (Dr. Mackay). Song Ailoon, dear Ailcen. Irisli Bnllad Woo'd an' married an' a'. Scotch Ballad ThoWaofu' Heart. Scotch Ballad. Tho Young Kecruit. Song. (1 ho merry little fat gr...
IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
"iMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 1.) Bikua, on tho 23rd February, from Bar nard Al'Sooloy's"NVlioco; damages lis. Cd.: One black more, f [A1 over PS near shoulder,. switch tail, about 15 hands. If not released, will ho sold in twonty-four days from dato of publication. E. "NVobstor, Poundkeeperc 3s. TAUALOA, on tho 22nd of February, from Cass* Flat, by Air. C'asa; damages .'in. each : Ono brown mure, star, speckled with whito on siden, a fow whito hairs ou butt of toil, ES over liko V* near shouldor; bay horso foal at foot, star, unbrandod; brown colt, no visiblo brand, about 18 months old. If not released, will bo sold on tho 25th March. E. Donning, Poundkeepcr. 3s. Bu.umvoat), on tho 21st February, from Nithsdalo, by John "Wallacc, Esq. ; damages and driving 12a. each:-Black inaro, switch tail, TW otl* shoulder, diamond and C near slionldor, 14 hands high; bay maro, switch tail, star, JSC over qIv conjtf nod oft*shouldor, 11 hands high; bay colt, long tail, star, ...
Gazette Notices. CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. On Tuesday, the 26th March, 1861. COUNTRY LOTS.—COUNTY OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
fl^elfe ttoirccs. CROWN LAND SALES. AT TUB POUCH OFFICII, QOUMIVKX. On Tuesday, the 2Gt/i March, 1861. COUNTLLY LOTS.-COUNTY OF AUOYLR. Lot 1, 77 ncrcs; lot 2, 49 acres; lot 3, 3*1 acres 2 roads; lot 4, 34 ncrcs 1 rood ; lot 5, 34 acrcs; lot 6, 33 acres 3 roods; lot 7, 45 acros 3 roods; lot 8, 58 acrcs; lot 9, 41 acrcs 1 rood; lot 10, 33 acrcs 2 roods, situated in the Parish of TJringalln, t>n and-near Urin callnliivulot, hedrits confluohco with Paddy's liivor, adjacont to li. Campbell's* and E. Car rigan's portions, near Wingolio. Upset prico of the nbovo lots, £1 per aero. Lot 11, G1 acrcs; lot 12, 6G acrcs; lot 13, 46 ncrcs, lot 14,37 ncrcs; lot 15, 50 acros; lot 1G, 58 ncrcs; lot 17, 66 acrcs ; lot 18, 71 acres; lot 19,47 acrcs; situated in tho Parish of Uriugalla, at Eden Forest, Jaovamin, be tween tho right bnuk of tho Wollondilly Kivor and tho west boundary of E. Pnyton's 1,000 acres* TJpsot prico of tho above lots, £1 per aero. Lot 20, 32 acrcs 2 roods; lot 21, 3G acrcs; ...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [GREVILLE AND BIRD'S TELEGRAM.] Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) &nbsp; &nbsp; [GREVILLE AND BIRD'S TELEGRAM.] Tuesday Evening. A telegram from Mr. Cowper, who reached Lambing Flat on Saturday, has been received by Mr. Robertson announcing that if the Chinese be re- instated in their claims, the worst may be expected. Bishop Barker gave judgment to- day against the Rev. G. King, re- voking his license. Yesterday was intensely hot, and a man died from Coup du Soleil. The Northern Railway has been temporarily stopped by floods, but re- opened. In the Assemby to-day, Mr. Bu- chanan's vote of censure on the Judges relative to the reprieve of Swan, the Morpeth murderer, was negatived, — Buchanan alone voting in the minority. Mr. Parkes has postponed for a fortnight his motion relative to the Works, Department. Mr. Henry Baylis has been gazetted Police Magistrate at Wagga Wagga.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
M. WALSH, COACHMAKER LATE OF AUBURN-STREET, BEGS to return his sincore thanks to his customers and the public generally, for the kind patronage accorded him, and wishes to inform thom that he has REMOVED to Larger Premises in CLINTON-STREET, between Sloane and Auburn Streets, where, by strict attention and well-executed work, he hopes to merit a con tinuance of their favour. A first-rate Gig for Sale WOOL, WOOL, WOOL. THE Undersigned is a general pur chaser of WOOL, in any quantity, at the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. D. DAYIS, Old Commercial Store, Goulburn. DR. ARPTHORP, M.D., UNIVERSITY, EDINBURGH; Member of Royal College Surgeons, Edinburgh, Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall, London, AND LICENTIATE OF N.S. WALES MEDICAI BOARD, &nbsp; MAY be CONSULTED at the Hospital, Gundagai. BENNETT, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, MUSIC AND FANCY REPOSITORY, TOWNSEND STREET, ALBURY. 794 &nbsp; GEORGE STREET SOUTH, SYDNEY. BRUSH, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL...
Goulburn Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
GOULBURN CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1861. LORD JOHN RUSSELL, so said the &nbsp; reverend wit, SYDNEY SMITH, would &nbsp; &nbsp; have been found ready at any time to &nbsp; take the command of the Channel &nbsp; &nbsp; Fleet, at half an hour's notice, &nbsp; &nbsp; CHARLES COWPER, the Premier of New &nbsp; South Wales, would appear to be im- &nbsp; pressed with an equal consciousness of his capacity for command, and while &nbsp; the colony would expect to find him at &nbsp; his post as the first Minister of the &nbsp; country, ready to guide and control &nbsp; the fracas which is now occurring at &nbsp; &nbsp; Lambing Flat, from his bureau in &nbsp; Sydney,-fired with military ardour, &nbsp; inspired no doubt by the Volunteor &nbsp; excitement which has been raging in the metropolis, he is off with all the adventurous chivalry of a...
SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
SYDNEY. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. Saturday afternoon. The mission of Mr. Cowper, or " Gene ral Cowper," as one of the papers facetiously designates the Premier, to the field of insurrection at Lambing Flat, is regarded here with a universal feeling of ridicule. When Mr. Robort Bon, with a sort of comic solemnity above his board, made the announce ment in the Assembly, hon. membors looked- on with a curious stare of sur prise ; no one cheered, no one spoke, and all seemed relieved when the story of General Cowper's campaign was at an end. Once only during Mr. Robertson's mock-heroic speech, there was a change of countenance in the house-when, with laughing modesty, he confessed that the person next to Mr. Cowper whose blended valour and discretion seemed to fit him for the Generalship was himself; the house could not not stand that, anyhow, and burst out into irreverent laughter. Well, Mr. Cowper has marched up the hill, and is about to march down again. The only useful end tha...
District Intelligence. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
District Intelligence. BERRIMA. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) THE PREMIER.- Having ascertained, by telegram that our worthy Premier, Mr. Cow per, was expected to reach Berrima on Wed nesday last, a party of about forty of the in habitants of the district proceeded as far as Rush's Inn, Nattai, to meet him. Among those present, we noticed John Morrice, Esq., M.L.A.. Henry Badgery, Esq., J.P., the Rev. J. L. Hassall, Messrs. A. and F. Badgery, Dr. Fitzgerald, and most of the respectable portion of the trading community of Berrima and Sutton Forest. Mr. Cowper alighted at Nattai a few minutes after our arrival, and was most enthusiastically and cordially cheered. The Rev. Mr. Hassall had the honor of introducing some of the gentlemen present, but there was no time for ceremony, Mr. Cowper not remaining more than ten minutes, as he was travelling express, a fact which soeme of the Berrima horses will re member, having borne company with his honor's carriago to Berrima, a distance of eleven mi...
The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Thursday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
The Parliament &nbsp; LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL IThursday. February 28. &nbsp; CHURCH or ENGLAND SYNOD'S BILL.-The Houeo resolved itself into committee of the whole on the Church of England Synods Bill. A long discussion took place on the 17th clause -"Synod may establish a tribunal" Mr. Bourn Russell opposing the clause alto- gether. The introduction of a discussion on doctrinal point led to a question of order, and a reference to the House against the decision of the Chairman for some time impended. -Mr. Norton, Mr. Holden, Mr. Docker, Mr. Johnson, and others supported the clause, which was opposed by the Attornoy-Goueral and Mr. Alexander, who were in favour of Mr. Russell's amendment. On a division, Mr. Russell's amendment was lost, the majority against it being fifteen to five. Tho clause was passed, .after having been verbally amended. The remainder of the bill was gone through, and the bill was reported with amendments.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, February 28. MR COWPER'S VISIT TO LAMBING FLAT. - &nbsp; Mr. Robertson, in moving that leave of ab sence for a fortnight be granted to Mr. Cow per, said it would be unwise to enter into any discussion of the circumstances that had called for the presence of the Colonial Secretary at the Burrangong gold-field. Still some ex planation was felt to be necessary. The Go vernment desired to send some gentleman in whom they had entire confidence. They were anxious that, while law and order were pre served, there should be no unnecessary spilling of blood. They had looked round for such a person, and they saw gentlemen who would be fully equal to this duty; but at the same time they felt that they had no right to throw so grave a responsibility upon a private per &nbsp; son. They felt that a minister ought to un dertake it. Having thus decided, it appeared that, for many and obvious reasons, Mr. Cowper was the most qualified person for the ard...
Miscellaneous News. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
A most melancholy accident occurred on last Friday week, at the Kingower rush, Vic toria, by which a Mrs. Roberts was burned to death. The unfortunate woman was engaged in preparing dinner in the yard at the rear of "Mr. Row's store, and was playing with a goat at the same time, when she was startled by hearing " the roar of her own clothes on fire." She rushed screaming from the spot, and her cries brought her husband and another man to her assistance, who extinguished the flames -as quickly as possible. Medical assistance was at once sent for, but without avail. The injured woman lingered until Monday, the 18th February, whenshe expired in great &nbsp; agony. . . At a meeting of the Intercolonial Cricket Committee, held at Cunningham's Hotel, on Monday evening, it was stated that tho ex- penditure in the late match had been £600, whilst the income had been £1153. The Rev. Dr. Jobson, deputation from the British Wesleyan Methodist, to the Australa sian Wesleyan Methodist Co...
Original Correspondence. [As we are quite willing to insert letters on all subjects of general interest, our readers must not Identify us with the views taken by the different writers. We do not require those views to be in accordance with our own; we merely stipulate that correspondents should be explicit and concise, express themselves temperately, and when they profess to give a statement of facts, favour us confidentially with their names.) To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
Original Correspondence. [As we are quite willing to insert letters on all subjects of general interest, our readers must not identify us with the views taken by the different writes. We do not require those views to be in accordance with our own; we merely stipulate that correspondents should be explicit and concise, express themselves temperately, and when they profess to give a state- ment of facts, favour us confidentially with their names.) To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. Gentelemen, - In your last Sydney Telegram it is stated that " two actions for libel have been instituted against the Empire." This statement is wholly untrue, and we should feel obliged to you to contradict it, at your earliest opportunity. We are, deor Sirs, Youre truly, HANSON AND BENNETT.
CRICKET AT COLLECTOR. To the Editors of the Goulborn Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
CRICKET AT COLLECTOR. . To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. GENTLEMEN, - --In your Wednesday's issue ap peared a letter signed "Cricket Bat' Its contents I fully indorse, and I hope the Col lector boys will take the hint and have a club formed at once; and I will guarantee on be half of the Gundnroo Club, that a match will come off soon with them if they like. Perhaps, some will say, never mind cricket. "We have too much work; in reply to those I would say, "all work and no play, makes Jack a dull &nbsp; boy.' Therefore, let the Collector young men go about forming a club at once, and practise, so that they may be able to play us on the Queen's birthday, either at Collector or GUNDAROO.
Colonial Intelligence. HORRIBLE MURDERS IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
Colonial Intelligence. HORRIBLE MURDERS IN TASMANIA. &nbsp; In our last, we gave a brief account of the above horriblo affair, and we now supply the full particulars of one of the most brutal tragedies that ever oc curred in those colonies. The account is from the pen of the Cullenswood correspondent of the Launceston Ex aminer.-The inhabitants of this dis &nbsp; trict were thrown into a state of awful consternation on Sabbath morning, the 17th February, by reports of two families having been murdored. By eight o'clock these reports were in a frightful degree confirmed. Many men, who had left thoir families early in the morning for the milking yards, were soon running home in all direc tions to look after the safety of their wives and children. Rusty guns and pistols were lookod up, and primed and purcussioned ready for action in case of necessity. Those who were unable to protect themselves were ordered in doors ; and the vulerable point of every homestead was watch...
Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
Miscellaneous Extracts. TIIE PRINCE OF WALES AND PHREN- OLOGY.--The following phrenological description of the Prince of Wales is from an American journal:-" His complexion is fair, and his hair light brown. His head is narrow for its height, which would indicate a frank, open-hearted, unselfish, amiable, and pleasant kind of disposition. He also has more cautiousness than secretive- ness, and hence he is more prudont than sly ; he has moro combativeness than destructiveness, hence he is more prompt to defend his interests and rights than to be overbearing or se vere ; his approbativeness is larger than his self-esteem, hence ho is more sensitive about reputation and char acter than he is haughty or dignified. His firmness appears to be large, which renders him decided and positive in his disposition. His moral deve lopments as a class are rather large, especially his conscientiousness and hope, which lead to a love of justice, and to a cheerful anticipating spirit. His benevolence ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
Caution. THE undersigned hereby cautions all parties against giving credit to his wife, MAR GARET HANNON, of Lake George, as he will not be responsible for any debts con tracted by her in his name. MICHAEL HANNON, Lake George. Notice. ALL persons indebted to the undersigned are respectfully requested to settle their accounts forthwith. WILLIAM SANDS. Goulburn, February 22, 1861. Two Pounds Reward. STRAYED from Baw Baw, and supposed to be about Mummell or Middle Creek, &nbsp; one DARK BAY HORSE, well bred, about 10 hands high, branded WG near shoulder, 2 near saddle, IB (almost invisible) on near cheek. The above reward will be paid on delivery to DR. MOORE, Goulburn. Two Pounds Reward. STRAYED from Gurrunda, on the 10th instant, a Brown or Dark Bay Saddle Horse, about 15 hands high, shod all round switch tail, branded JJ near shoulder and on near thigh. The above reward will be paid by the undersigned for such information as will lead to the recovery of the animal, or upon d...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1861
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PRISONER'S ESCORT.-Whether the recent disturbances at Lambing Flat be producing crime, or only lending to greater vigilance on the part of the authorities, it is impossible to say; but the escort which arrived at the gaol on Saturday last, brings a rather larger re inforcement to the confines than we have &nbsp; &nbsp; been accustomed to see of late, and a very large portion of which we notice is from the disturbed district. From Gundagai Quarter Sessions;-William Allen, under sentence of three years' imprisonment with hard labour for horse-stealing; David Beazly, under a similar sentence for cattle-stealing ; and Ellen Wilson, undor sentence of six months imprisonment with hard labour, being in pos session of stolen property. From Lambing Flat: Francis Mountain, under sentcnce of twelve months' imprisonment with hard labour as a vagrant; John Wilson, sentenced to one months' imprisonment, being a reputed thief; Thomas Grant, two years' imprison- ...