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LINES WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF RICHARD WRITING, OCCASIONED BY A FALL FROM HIS HORSE, 13TH MAY, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

LINES WRITTEN ON TIlE DEA'TI OF ICTfAID WIIITINO, OCOASIONEID BY A PA.L F??O IS1115 IIO()ISE, 13TilI MAY, 1861. Alsre my turs, (attune thy plainiflre lyre; Serious the theme, and the occasion sad: Wilth lotistL thoughts my vision now Inspire A theme, more solemn seldom have we hnad. Now deepest angutsh wrings a mother's breast A sistr cheeks behedewed with sorrowing teera A fthller'a heart with grief o'erwhelmiang 'prrsa'd, Wleose pangs must linter through the course of years. And why theirsorrow? For a darllng son, A brother fondly loved, whom death's ehill blast Iatll withered ereoyet serareely ]lad began Youth's early sprlng, or endearing childhood past. Alas I poor boy, how lonely thy deathbed 'Nenthl thie blue sky on Tarlo's lonely roead, Where the eucalyptus rears his lofty head, And to the breeze hisa towering branmhes nod. No sister tmd, or tender mother near To watch life's ebb or soothe thy a?ching brow, Or whisper words of consolation dear lieside thy couoh in holy prayer...

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

DIED, )n tho o2th Mray, at her rosidonco, Murray's Flats,. FitAsCES, relict of the Into JAMEs "?WHITTrLE , ,. formroly of Dorootohirc, England, aged 70 years 6 months. :'? tSTURDAY, IIAY 28, 180.t.

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ROCKHAMPTION.—SPREAD OF BUSHRANGING: FOUR ESCAPED PRISONERS TAKE TO THE HIGHWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

ROCKHAMPTON.-SPREAD OF BUSHRANG IN(: FOUR ESCAPED PRISONERS TAKE 'TO THE HIGHWAY. A en.rosr appeared in yesterday's Herald, of the escape from prison, at Rookhampton, of folr notorious ruffians named Thomas Hill alias R. Htowson, Peter Fogan, Daniel Webster, and John Wright. From papers just to hand, we learn that the gang has taoken to the roads. The Rockhampton Bulletin of 17th and 10th instant gives the following account of their movements since gaining their liberty, and the praisoworthy efforts of private parties to capture them. That journal of the 17th says: A lotter, addressed to Mr. Jardino by Mr. Van VWesson, of Princhester, conveys some particulars of a (to date 13th May) fruitless attempt of capturing the four escaped prisoners. On the 10th instant, IMr. Van Wesson, riding itrom the head station, acci dentally met four men on horseback, concerning whom his suspicions were excited by observing that they had no blankets or anything save firo-arms one of which, by-the-bye, ...

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

Wnas, some eigistcen months ago, the then :ifninistry decided, on removing from the coiiuntry assizes the trial of all crifies of ."tho bushranging class," as they someihat :giotesquely termed them, tihe step was hailed -wth satisfaction by some who, deemed it .pecdient to lay claim to an exaggerated irespect for virtue, and to an exaggerated desire for the due maintenance of law aiad 'order. Even in.the country districts on wmich odium was thus ungraciously sought to be cast, there were some persons of this description. Calm-thlinkling and dispassion sate.men, who were neither frightened out of their wits by dread of bushlranging on the ons hand, and who, on the other, did not feel the necessity of falling in with the fashion of being unnaturally bitter and unadvisedly unjust against persons who wore only ac cused-not convicted-of offences, took a different view of the action of the govern ment, and did not fail to condemn it as an improper and uncalled-for tampering with the due a...

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A FARTHING POSTAGE RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

A FARTHING POSTAGE RI~TE. fFrom the OAge.) WirstsT an attempt is being made here to increase the postage on newspapers and to maintain the old rates on letters, it will be seen, from the following, that a movement has been commenced at home to reduco the low charges at present prevailing thcre: For some time past the tradesmen of Liverpool have been agitating in 6favour of the adoption of a firthing postago for Liverpool, and a more frequent delivery of letters. The Liverpool Tradmdosmon's Guild have addressed several letters upon the sub ject to the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce: and the following communication from the Guild was brought forward it the special council mooeeting of that body on a recent occasion: "The Liverpool Tradesmen's Guild after mature deliberation, adoptedt the following resolutions, on the 3rd February, 1862:-' let. That postal charges should not exceed the cost of the post-office catab lisbment so muchl as to deprive the community of any portion of tin serv...

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THE FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

TIUE FLOUR hMARKET. (From the Mr?'rDl e Argus.) TrIrE farmer's necessity is tilm morehanllt's opportunity, nid it will be geonorally nc knowledged that we have o baill, within tio Inst few weelks, very nmple illustration of thoi apothiegmi . '.o thie oultsidor, the history of theo flour nmarkeot hlnd pobably booeen a lnot more attractive study tlin usual; but it would be diilicult to give expression to the curiosity and obewildermont with which the trading mind must havo watcheld the inter colornial transaiction in broendstuffs, as thloy have been registered from day to dary and hour to hour by theo tolograpll. Such anr exciteomont, sueh fluctuations in the price of nny article of consumption, hravo not been oexperiencedi within the memory of the oldest colonist. Thloro ihave really soomed rno limits to the disturbrnrces in tlheo grain mar hot. Not only was thlere marked aberra tions from the normal stalndrdl, buit the divorgence wias of tlhe nost unsteady lcharac ter. Quotations ro...

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

USTRATASIAN FREEMASONS' IAT.L HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED RADFORD, proprtttor. FISTCLASS A.CC9OMMODATION for gentleo n. P'rivate families will at this hotel find the com #"ts of a home. 1712 S Produce Stores. ESSBS DURilAM 1 and IRWIN aro prepared S to receive wool, sheepslhins, tallow, hides, &c., -!for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce ':,,,Btorcs, Circular Quoy, Sydney. c:: ih eral advances n10le sn eooll, shecpskins, tallow, a,.nd hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay. Sydney. 110 TO SIViOKERS. AR.RETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war Branteld. Best Americanl HONEYDEW, 6s: per lb. ?IPES. in meerlEhnum, woodsl clay, &s., from 3d. to £1 each. At . DE BARR'. 7311 t Nr. DE BARR'S. S311 SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & (50, (LATE CHARLES SCOTDT AND CO) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, ' OPPOSITE TIIE ROYAL HOTEL, ;~WOLESALE AND) RETAIL IRON MONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &c., &o, 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street...

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MR. R. M. ROBEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

Mn. R. nE. ROElY.--TIIO Sydney corr0s pondent of the Tamworth Examsinor writes: -A well-known merchnut, Mr. RI. M. Robey, went home to England with his wife and family a few months ago, in the eyes of the world a man of considerable means. WeVo Ihavo recently hoard that he is now in a luna tic asylum, having lost his senses on the dis covery that all his ventures, like Antonio's, hnd boon unsuccessfill, and that he was ( stripped to his lost shilling. Mrs. Roboy, it is said, is about to return to Sydnoy for the i ilurposo of opening a school. It would be I dithficult to imagine a mnoro disastrous termi nation to a long careeoor of speculating activity. Toiu Moi.ssns. PEACocl's EsTAammLsMExT 1 AT HIFDMAIOI.-A visit to the wool-sorting 1 and follmongery establishment of the Messra. Peacock, at Hiiudmarshl, wouhl repay tlhe time occupied. The wool as it is received from the stations in thie interior is placed in store, from wimonco it is removed as required by the sorters. Theseo men o...

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NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.—I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

IMBLE DICIK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.-I. (From the Rieirrine Herald.) TIE Australian ]3laoks, as well as other people, haveo their poets and their story-tellers. Thbir poehy is not, how ever, of a high order; nor is thero much beauty or grandeur of conception in their romance. As we have, however, at times received considerable entertainmont from recitals of tile latter class, we will try how a snampleo will read in print. Tho legend or story, or whatover it may be best to designateo it, was relatedol to us by an old follow who changed a fearflilly long and iunl'onouncealtlo aboriginal namo frr that of Nimble Dick; and though his heir had ibeen fcr Holno timno white, and his choolks sink, he well deserveOd the nnme. His cyo was bright, his limbs still strong and supple, and anltogethlecr hle was moro hllo and activo. than many a much younger man of his tribe. lie was very voluble( in his spoch, butfortn natoly undorstood English well, though he flspoo it ill a ilnsoer with which we ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

NEW ZEALAND. BI" the American barque A. W. Stevens we have Auckland papers to tile 11th inst. The Southern Cross of that date supplies the following additional items of news" The band of the 10th Regiment have come up from To Awamuta with the convoy. Thoey loft their instruments at the Queeon's Redoubt, haling, as I understand, volunteered to do duty in the ranks. Major Hereford has so far recovered from the effects of the wound received at Orakau, as to be removed in an ambulance waggon to town, accom panied by his wife. The 70th are under orders for Tauranga, and all the engineers expect to go in a day or two. Private E. Tarrant, 70th Regiment, was interred at Rangariri on the 2nd instant, along with the rest of his comrades who fell there. The Pioneer Ios brought some wounded officors and men. The ofticers are Major Hertford, militia; and Dr. Cooper, 12th regiment. They both looked extremely ill indeed. Major Hertford was able to walk with assistance; not so Mr. Cooper, who was c...

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WHAT'S THAT NOISE? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

W?A?aT's TaT NOISE i --From the erious to the ludicrous is but a step. That subject of Kagosima was really a serious business; but before the discussion closed-even whilst Lord Palmerston was speaking-there lhap. pened an incident not a little ludicrous. IIs lordship, as we have said, was oIl his legs, tempering down the effects of the too ardent oratory of the under-secretary for foreigs affairs, and generally winding up the dis cussion as his manner is, when suddenly thIere came from somewhere beneath himi very singular noise-a lknocking, apparently as if some one weoro in the vaults below driving piles or splitting wood. But elis could it be ? What audacious official waol1 dare to drive piles, or split wood, or do anyp thing else thus to disturb so august aen assembly? The speaker started, the clerbs looked round, the sergeant-at-arms called to the messengers at the bar, the members began to whisper and lookl hither annd thither; but still the noise went on. Thump -thump-tlhump; ...

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DEATH OF THE VERY REV. ARCHPRIEST THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

DEATR OF TIHE VERY REV. ACROPRIEST THERRY. T?H following account of the death and labours of his venorable priest, to whom the Catholics of this colony ard so largely indebted, is taken from Thursday's Empire., Our contomporary has falloen into a few inaccuracies; but these have been care fully corrected, and the following may be rolloed on : : The announcement of the decease of this vonorable clergyman will, notwithstanding his advanced ago, - be received with surprise, the more particularly when it is stated that he appeared in perfect health up to within two hours of the illness which carried him to his grave. - Father Therry, for that is the name by which he has boon for nearly half a century known in this colony, rose on the morning of the Queen's Birthday in no wise indisposed, but wearing that cheerfill countenance by which he was known to those who were moit fainiliar with him. Going regularly through those religious duties of his Church, the performance of which commenced a...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

tcoun DAY. Fnor RACE..-Two-YEAs oLu STAKES for £5; oncoe round ono event. JIr. 1'. >lago|lro' i g. l ul o (Itaglre) ................. ... 1 - It. llo?n' br. lHowdy ................................... "2 -a. '. Thornton'a bl.f. Vllri ............................... dr. Dauboo and Rowdy woro woll matched, nnd kopt together nearly all round the course; but llnubco ihad too much foot, and won by about throo lengths. This wasn a very fiast race, the distance being run in 1 min. 60 see. Sncon ltACZ.-.eHuIon. RAcr. for £7; three miles, one event; nine lonps, 3 ft. 10 in. Mr. 0. Clhahlr'« br.g. Warrglet, ngol (Owner) ........... 1 -B1. 0irnroli'a c.. rulbO r, ab c .................. - W. Holort'r b.g. Ium-un, aged ... dr. Scrubbor took the first leap in splondid stylo, which wna admired by the uspccatora ; but Warrigal balked, then rodo on, but finding Scrubbor balking very ob ntinatoly at the second leap, went buck and took the flral lonp. On Warigal coming up to the oecond leaop, Scrub...

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TUENA RACES. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

TUENA RACES. (From a correspondrnt.) Too Tuona races came offt on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 10th, 20th, and 21st May. The weather turned oat fivourablo; there was also aL good oconourse on the course on each day, and overything appearod to go off very utilsfiotorily. The first day's raclng commmenced with The MI*.lNx PLATE for £7; one and a halt miles; one evecnt. Mrt '. Sheppanl'a blg. lsokle Cloud, aged (B. Stophen --0 coe) b gal........1.............. - V. Jrodtr ba Vbien, a yri . t ., . ~... ,.,,, " - . 3Black Oloud took the lead from the start and was collared half way round by Feanr-not; but again took it at the distnnce and kept it, tiard pushed by Pear-not, who came in n good csecond. A protest was enctered against Black Cloud not being a maiden horse, which has to be referred to Iell's Lifo. Srecouar ]acr.--Ttunn Town PLAnT for £10; two mile beats. ltr. Cheoher' l.a. Chasrltey 'ont, atlas Cltnnmann, ed (I. ltnn llton) ........................................... 1 ...

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WESLEYAN SUSTENTATION AND EXTENSION SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

WESLELYA'N SUSTENTATION AND EXTEN SION SOOIETY. To the Editor eJ Ith Ieraisd and Chronticle. Sm,--In your report of thie public mooting on the 25th instant, relative to the aboveo, two orrors aro smndo, one mine the other yours, under my name in Sthis quotation :-" According to his calculation, the enrnbers of the Wcesloyan body contributed only 8d. per head per year to thoe fnds of the society." WVhat .I did say was thut £1100 had beon subscribod hby the attendantf of the W?esloyan congregations of Now South WalCes, numbering somo 26,000, or a twelfth of the population of this colony; and instead of cightponco; I should have substituted elcvenpenlc per head. Dut vwith the Goutburn circuit of 000 hearers; 2s. 2(d. per head was raised. And at one of the country preaching places, on Tuesday evening, there was raised 50 per cent. more than last yoear. Yotir report seomedd to me to give a gloomy aspect. Yours, &c., E. BUTLER

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

THIttD DAY. Finlst RAco.-Gr?O TLEMAN' SAtDDLE, once round heats. 3tr.. toagulro'o b.r tluroroornog ............o........... 1 3 -W ..3ord'a 1.r. \'tns l ............................... ... 3 S. hhr . Crmy ...................... 2 r -T . uOesttcg. s lmlmrook ............................ 4 3 Itoth heats wore taken by Iurrogorang with ease. Secos?i Rcsu.-Co.ssoLTt.o s STARns, for all horses that had not won during the mooting; once round, one event. Mr. 1. Sttepbenan's e g. Scrobber, agsd (E. Stephon roIt................. .. ......... .. ............ 1 -- iL Ilogon|o' br.g. towSy, 2 yrs ........................... - J. ltounlrt'oob.h. ylmhdrrd,4 l. .......30 ............. , Scrubber won this race with caso. DoNKxo R ACO; tho lot homo the winner; twice round, ono ovont. tr.T F. Oamllth aop ......................................... 1 - it. tlortort't trnllroorn ......................... -........... t]lt\ t ?o F hloItrrln o 's C{ sn ob....................... ........... : 3tr.J.3Doulenas...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

LA TEST INTELLIGENCOE. [CPooos OUR TOLEGRPcAF5 CORusosaON'DcnTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. THE government have decided that the reduction from the salaries of their oflicora to mooeet the ex penses of thosuporaonluation fund shall be four per cent. Theoescorts have brought down a total of 14,200 ounces of gold. The Adelaide parliament was opened to-day. i The parliament of Viotoria was prorogued on WVednesday. FORBES, Friday oevening. A. LARGE fire took place:hero last night. Several toros wre destroyed, and much d-amago done. YOUNG, Friday' :ovoning.. EBN HAiL atjo' the rece-horse Troubadour and two others on W?ednesday evening' i The races commenced on Tuesday. .The following is tihe result : I FinsT DAY--TUESDYT ' FinsT n~-cr?Tho MAsEN s PLATE Of 30 SOVS., for all horses that have never won an advertised prize cxceeding 10 sovs; one and a half mile; weight for ago. : Duke o rAt hol ......... ...................................... 1 SEcousD RatC.-i-The PunwcAstiv PousE of 70 sovs., i...

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OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

Oraoo.- Tho Aldinga (o.) has arrived at Melbourno bringing 120 pnaseenger.-A great rush wos taiing lace to \YWalam'nrina; stoeamer taken off the Plol bourno trade were preoceding thence, crowded.--'l'he goldL ngi froam iuunsan and Piolynoux is unfiavour Lbl..p rospeecting alongl thile Test Coast is being actively carried on.?Tlegram to s. M. torald. Si.tL.L iox.-'l'heo Bnapdragon arrived at Pol bourno on VWednesday fr'om Hlongkong, with Chinese pasoengors. Sho is in quarantine, the small pox boing aboard. Tho captain raports tho disoaso prevailing in HIongong-.--elogram to Empire.

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BUTTER MAKING AND PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

BUTTER MAKING AND PACKING.' S C(Frome an Ae,rican .Pacr.) TiL-sirnrd: it may lbe of interest to some of your r'eadors, I will.give' a few" ideas of buntemakinking obifiied liy malting it for. 'y.ear:s; "od while isiiting some of. theo most noted and scientific dairymen of' New York, New Jersey, and other Eastern States. " In the fi~rst place, when the milkl is drawn from the cows it shculd be strained into a large fub or vat,' stirred up and exposed to the atmosphere, 'bringingng it' all to the same temperaturd 'and quality. After cooling a little, 'pour itinto pans to be slimmed, and into tin pails if to be all lchurned, and set in a 'cool, airy, but not windy place to lobber, which will take place with it all at the same tirie, and should not be within 48 hours. In a dairy where.the cows are numerous there will be different qualities and tempera tures of milk, and if strained direct from the cow and allowed to stand separately, some times part of the same milking will lobber and w...

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

SYDNEY SUMIIMAltY. STUIcunAY afternoon. Tue recent criminal sittings at Darlinghurst, have brought prominently forward two very painful in stances of mental obliquity. The first caso is that of .the applauso which greeted the jury's verdict of acquittal in the case of Gardiner the bushoranger, respecting which I dare say you will mako somln editorial comments, and on which, therefore, I need say no more. The second occurred in the case of Michael WnValsh, whose trial will be found reported below. This prisoner had been very violent in the jail; and thoroupon two medical men, Drs. West and Alloyno certified that ho was of unsound mind, and he was removed to the lunatio asylum. But on his trial, the dofence set up being that of insanity, Dr. ,Vect gave it as his opinion that WValsh was not insane, and added that Dr. Alloynn agreed with his opinion. But Imust now quote from th report, as published in the Empire, since nothing that I can say will be so strongly condemnatory of the lax p...

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