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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

TO SUISCRIIflRRS. II&MIT7 ~IVECE1D b from ~Mr. NV. O'fr111, Oan~Bng.lt,,. Ms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

?:?STRALASIA E nBy B ONS' L OTE, 19, ork-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. rFIRs'r-CLASS ACCOMIIODATION for gentle m Private famil es will at this hotel find the co17I Potts of a home. -VERY description of ladies' bonnets and hats, artificial flowers, feathers, ribbons, and milli Also Men's Panama, cabbageotroe, felt, and o?clr hats. In quantities to suit the trade. HORACE WOOLNOUGH, (LATE onenony, conTT, Anw co.,) Manufacturer and Importer, Wynyardostreet, Sydney, and 52 15, Aldermanbury, London. Produce Stores. aTESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared .2. to receive wool, sheepshins, tsllow, hides, &e., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produceo Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 ROYAL BLUE HOUSE,. PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. f[ APER-IIHANINGS.--TIh trade supploed'with .1. paper at 4d. per roll ; light ceilings, 'd.; white marble, 6d.; Sien...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

CA?,EDAR. - Dfyn or tIe Week. fltiy of euris'Sj W I1N:ISAY ...... ....pr. 6 6 10 6 40 N. TIIUIISIIAY ........... 020 6 44 1 PIIIIT . . 0 21 6 040 2

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

MARRIED,             At St. Saviour's Church, Goulburn, on the   5th instant, by special license, by the Rev. W. Sowerby, Mr. Alfred Weelands, second       son of the late W. T. WEELANDS, of Lon- don, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Alfred WILKINSON, of Goulburn.

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BISHOP'S INSTALLATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

BISHOP'S INSTALLATION. To the Editor of the Hcrald and Chronicle. Sir,-Many who are not members of the Church of England, will no doubt desire to be present at the Installation of the Bishop on Friday next. Will you allow me to suggest to the pewholders of St. Saviour's (what no doubt some of them have already thought of) that they would materially in- crease the accommodation for visitors, if they will be so good as to leave the younger children of their families at home on that occasion. Yours faithfully, PEWHOLDER. 4th April, 1864.

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PICTON, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

PICTON, Tuesday evening. The Lord Bishop of Goulburn passed through Pic- ton this evening en route for Goulburn.

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. Dear Sir,-I have been informed that the com- mittee appointed to make arrangements for the re- ception of Bishop Thomas, has determined not to invite ministers of other protestant churches than the Episcopalian. I think the committee in error. Many gentlemen who are not members of the Episcopalian church contributed to the endowment fund, and they will not be pleased that their ministers shall be treated with discourtesy. The public reception of Bishop Thomas is a fitting time to show consideration to the representatives of other churches; which, thank God, in this country are equal in civil status to the Anglican church; and   in its time of rejoicing the Episcopal church could gracefully disarm all suspicion that the church dominant in England entertains any hope of be- coming the dominant church in free Australia. It is not too late to repair the mischief already done. I invite the committee to consider its decision. I ask t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

Patent Mangle. THE patent mangle adjoinint Mrs. Simons's is now carried on by Mrs. FITZPATRICK, who will spore no pains to give satisfaction. 615 Notice to Creditors. ALL persons having claims upon the Estate of TnonsTox CoNs, of Young, are requested to forward then to the undersigned, on or before the 30th instant. WILLIAM DAVIES, MOSS MARKS, Assignees. Golh~urn, 4th April,.18i4. G20 SRoadside Subscribers , A ? inforined'thst where practicable their papers will be delivered. without chargo for postage o; and arrangements are now in progress to enable this to tle done.. Subscribers IT110 'have boon in the habit of rcceiving their I' Heralds and Chronicles at the Goulburn post omeo will, in future, obtain them at the printing-foice, Auburn-street, and will thus save the charge for postage. Goulburn Academy.   A SOUND GENERAL EDUCATION guaran- teed at the above institution, on the following terms, payable in advance: Board and tuition ......... £12 10s, per quarter Day bo...

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MADAME GOLDSCHMIDT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

Ao~bui 'Gones u.Tnn r.-Jenny Lind was singing at Exotors Hall ilst week ii aid of the funds of the Friends of Clergy Corpora tion. Theo Lbndon correspondent of the Cambridge Independent says:-When hear ing of the largo amounts presented by Jenny Lind in this way to charities, I have asked myself if any living person amongst the aristocracy, or in our mercantile classes, makes a moioty of the sacrifice for others which she does, and ]has done? I very much doubt it. Roemoembbr that she lives in a quiet way, as one of the middle classes; that she has children to provide for; and is constantly urged .to enter society necessarily expensive in habits tind tastes; and that she has only to. sing for-a fe\w hours to secure a host of luxuries; yet that she puts the temptation' aside;. is contented with. a moderate income and balance; and never leaves tho privacy of domostio life.for the concert-room or public hall save' for the! benefit of others, who are strangers to her inall but a cominon:...

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THE BUSHRANGERS TWENTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

THE BUSURANGERS TWENTY YEARS AGO. (Froim lawrence. Struilby.) TIIE reader may bo curious to know tho latter end of those uncoromonious visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Struilby. The account of their capturo shows the darkest side of bush lifo, and the desporate charactor of the mon, with whom colonists at that time woro not unfroquently brought into contact. The fol lowing is Mr. Struilby's account.: :You ask me, my dear J- , if tho gang of Scotchy, WVitton, and Co. woro -captured, and how ? They were captured; for justice, even in the colonies, has a long. arm and a sharp eye; and no delinquent finally escapes her. By self-interest she . swears in every man as a special constable; and, I think, some of the most daring deeds over done by man have boon done by some settlors in capturing or' killing bushrangers.. .I.had: no hand in the taking of niy old guests, and for many reasons; of which two may suffice;: They loft my neighbourhood for a distant dis trict; and I was so intent on '" tailin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

RICHARD HENRY COOLING, (OF LONDON AND PARIS,) Tailor, Ladies' Habit Maker, and General Outfitter, 45, AND 47, BOURKE-STREET EAST, (NtAR TIE ALBION IlOTEL), M1ELBOUTRNE. Gentlemen unable to visit Melbourno can lhave samples and instructions for self-measurement for warded them on enclosing a fourpenny stamp; nnd by sending a post-ofice order for the amount (ndding the charge of carriage), they will be served as atten lively as if they were on the premises. Letters expressing their approbation can be seen on tie premises from gentlemen who nhave been nsup plied by this means, residing in Beechworth,Chiltern, Ovens, Wangaratto, Wgga Wagga (N.S.W.), Mary borough, Ballarnt, Kilmore, Majorca, Gisborne, Euston (N.S.W.) Albury, Campaspe, Western tort, Kyneton, Jamieson, Keilor, Sunvillo (Gipps Land), dlansfield, Ballam, Lower illurray, Warrnambool, ilamilton, and in almost every part of the colony. tOo Improvements in Harness, BY DER MAJES'TY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. MR. JAMES SMITII, Of Bot...

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Sydney Tweeds. TO THE COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

. Sydney Tweeds. TO THIE COLONISTS. iH first cause of a conntry's thlriving is the fruit ~I - ulnes ofthesoil, to predat its ut eaesasnries end convenicnces of life, not .only suflicient for the inhabitants but for exportation. Th seocontd is the industry of thie people in work lng up theirnative commodities to tih lst degree of manufacture. The third is the conveniency of safe ports and havens to carry out their own goods as lmuch manu factured, and bring in those of others as little manu faetured, as the nature of mutual commerce will ollotV. alTho fourth is by the improvement of land, oncourago ment of sgriculturo, and by increasing the numnber of inhabitants, without which -any country, however blessed by nature, mist continue poor. Thonext is a disposition of people of a country to use their own manufactures, andtl import as little as they possibly can of foreign mtnsutfsctures. This being the case. I sy it is th e interest. as well as the dutay, of every pirson who intends mak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

Sale0 bp Rtuctfon. TOR SAZE, On Tuesday next, 12th April. FINLAY AND CO. Wilsell by public suction, At the Australian-Sale Yards, ON TUESDAY NEXT, At eleven o'clock, OT 0 RS E 8 broken to saddle and J.Ldraugiht. Carts, &c.; &. At twelvo o'clock, Produce, Sndry Store Goods. Australian Ateltion Mart. 654 AT TATTER-SALL'S Horse Bazaar, Cattle Yards, and Commercial Sale Rooms. PROPRIETORS, H, S, POTTER AND CO. OUR REGULAR SALES WILL BE IIELD EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. Commence at eleven o'clock to a minate. 10o In the Insolvent Estate ofDenis Pat rick Keogh, of Albury, Squatter. QUAT QUATTA STATIONS & CATTLE, HORSES, Houses in Melbourne, Land at- Beechworth, House and.Land at Eureka. 15 miles from Melbourne, Farm at Carawa, about 2000 head of Cattle at another station, branded MP; Book Debt, &c., &c. T. W. BOWJEN Is instructed by Joua DIonals, Esq., the offlicial assignee in the estate of Dents Patrick Keogb, to sell by anction, At the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

Th:' eo circumstances of this country differ so ,much from those of England that it would b?he a nmistako to suppose that the operations ' which have boon successfully applied in the latter could at once be adopted in the for mer. Novortholose, it cannot be without I interest to observo the progress of agricul ituro at homo, and to note its particular i direction. The time may come when what is doing theroe may be done here. If we cannot yeot keeoop pace with the modern ap plication of science to the cultivation of the soil; we may follow at ai humble -distance, a with not unprofitableo results. Thie most striking feature in rodent agri cultural dovelopments in tohe mother-country Sis the extensive adaptation of steam cul ·e.ture. WVhotheo r as applied to the plough or j the cultivator, the powerful agency of steam !i is fast superseding the use of horse power; aii nd its advantages in point of economy and effectiveness are becoming genoerally sn - c:knowlodgod. The groat outlaynece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

gate0 112 Ructicit ... Preliminary Notice. * FARMS AT MUMMELL. P, DIGNAM AND CO. Have recoived instructions to sell by public auction At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, UT:tE UNSOLD LOTS OF * the SMUUIiZELL EST.AT, particulars of whichl will shortly b? give -. 0244 Monday, 11th April, UNDERI DISTIRAINT FOR RENT. I,' TIOUSElOLDI FURNITURE i BLACKSM?II 'I'S BELLOWS AND TOOLS. - P, DIGNAII AND CO. I-ave received instructions to ecll by public auction, At the Residonce of Mr. Davidson, Auburn street, ON MONDAY, 11Tru APRIL, At twvelve o'clock, UNDER DISTRAINT roio IcENT, f|TABLES, CHAIRSl. BEDSTEADI, BEDDING SStretcher aud uudry furniture Blaclksmiltb'a bellows, anvil, vycos, tool°,:&c. .........Term-eCash. - 5 Sale~ i bin) Ruction. Tuesday, 12th April. IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF MATTHEW O'BRIEN. / SALE AT MILLBANK. P. DIGNAM AND CO. Hlava received instructions to soiell by publio auction, At Millbank, ON TUESDAY, 12Trm APRIL, At twelve o'clock, 8UNDRY ASSETS in th...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

TELEGRiAPHIII INNTELIaGENCE [FOM OURa CORLRSPONDENTS. SYDNEY, Friday night. VWe h.vo Auckland'nows to the 2nd instant. Gono ral Camoron was preparingto nttackIMaungatautauri. The Okarau pah had been unsuccessfully attacked, the troops losing four killed and sixtoeen wounded. Colonel WuVarro had captured Kaitaloke, only four of his men being wounded. The All-England cricketers have returned, the WVonga WVonga having off Botany come into collision with the Viceroy, which vessol was unnk. The crow woro saved. The steamer Mrynora has been lost near. Jervis' Bay. Tho cricelotors will seail again to-morrow. The bill prohibiting the exportation of diseased cattle has passed both Houses. In the Assembly this ovening there was no quorum.

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

COAd1AIER CAL. OOULlURIN , Frlday evening. WOEAT AND FLOOnD-At Conolly' .llli:--F'ino flour, £23 potr ton; sreonds, £20;-if less than half ton, Is. per 100ib. extra; whaet, yr. to Is. I,. per hushel, the latter for primo samplcs,. plumplaad cldno; pollard and braon, i. dd..per busheol.. At: ]I'anauel's 3lll:--Flao flour,. £23 per ton; scrondr, £22 ; if leatsitanalif ton, Is: por 1t0lhb..ertrn; wheat, Tr. to so. Od. per borihol ; pollardi anrd bran, ls. 4d. per hausheal. A lerovrr.Ena'.lRroirsa:--Zlesarr. i'. Dlgnamrand Co.,report: --Fat att.ir.-f'hrcra Is o.nalteratlort Ia, prioco hIero, whh rrl roahot tihe smo' hRm for t I'lst fe w t eeks for ordinary cattle. Nothirng primo hla come to rand to teat tilre rarket, but a ssmait draft of tat clnass of cattle would sell aerll, ray frrmr £3 to ,d eh. iravo rold eoolo tors tl eek. hr. flrat rwereo very yourrg and lilght, and pries aifordeodno chitrrlorr. Thro rocond lot, odirnary condlianned rattle brhought for. tho firrt yard, lr'. It..O...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ARRIVAL OF THE BISHOP: ON THE BORDERS OF THE DIOCESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

LOCAL AND P1ROVVINCIAL. ARRIVAL OF THIE BISHOP: ON TIH nOIDER0 S OF TiE DIOCEOSE. TunsnAY was one of the pleasantest days in our district that perhaps was over spent in it by any of the numerous persons who shared in tohe enjoymient. At twelve o'clock, at noon, the clergymoon, churchwardens, and many of the parishioners from all parts, met the RIight Revds. the M?etropolitan and the Bishop of Goulburn at Paddy's River, and escorted them to the boundary of the diocese ot Goulburn, to a little temporary church creted at WVingollo Park. By the time they reached there, the party was increased by other parishioners who joined on the road, and others awaited their arrival at the church. The Lord Bishop of Goulburn and the minister of the district robed and the service commenced, which consisted of the Litany, said by the latter. Tho Rev. Edward B. Proctor then addressoed the Bishop of Goulburn, previous to presenting the parochial address. In few words he expressed his happiness in joinin...

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A SEVERE REBUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

A SEVEzu REoiuKE.-Lord BIraco, a miser of thil most intonso class, was a Scotch judge gf tho last century. One of his farmors, sooeeing him one day pick up a fLrthiug, said, "I would givio a shilling, Lord Brac, to havo a sight of all the gold and silver whichyou posses." Well, my man," his lordship rupheld, "it shall coot you no more." The shiling wars paid down in hand,. and hin lordthip fulfllod his part of the bar'gain,' o.?hibiting to his tonant a" considlorablo number of. iron boxes filled with gold and silhoer monoy. "Now, my lord," said the tenant, "I am as rich as you are, after all." "How, my man P" said hii2lordship. "llecausoe I sooe tho money, my lord:.and you have notthe heart to d) anything more withit.",.: Tir BI3RoNze CoNoa.E AsD TI? Oin CorPPoR CoN. -We hear that the old copper coin will oro long bof declhrced an illegal tender, and that the Measter o. the ?Mint is' parlicularly desirous to afford ample facilitioes for its return to theio Mint previous to the issub...

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GOULBURN RACES.—SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

GOULBURN RACES.-SECOND DAY. Tur.si races were continued on Wednesday. The weather was again fine. The attendance was rather less than on the first day, and the sport very inferior. FIRST RACE.-TIIE THADESMEN'S Po?SE of .50, with a sweep of £5 each. for all horses; weight for ago ; heats, twice round the course. Mr. Dnaoren's b.g.Dan O'Conunll, aged (Lawler) 1 Wlk. o. - Currals'a b.g. Blue-tailed Fly, sged, (Driecoll) 2. dr. First heat-A capital start was effected. Dan then took a lead, but was soon collared by the Fly, and the two raced together neck and neck for some distance; the Fly however drew a-head, and passed the stand the first time round about four lengths in advance. Lawler, who rode Dan exceedingly well, then made a rush, and after a struggle secured first place, con tinuing to increase his lead, and winning hard held by about four lengths. Second heat-Blue-tailed Fly was drawn, and the game old Irish horse having cantered round, was again declard . . .. ... .. - . . ' a...

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