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MR. COWPER'S JOURNEY TO LAMBING FLAT. To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
MR. COWPER'S JOURNEY TO LAMB- ING FLAT. &nbsp; To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GENTLEMEN, — Observing in the Empire an ac- count of Mr. Cowper's journey to Goulburn, quoted recently from the Goulburn Herald, savouring so strongly of what is called " flun- keyism," I have been induced to versify this very particular chronicle of so astonishing a progress. As a proof that I have not deviated from the original, I send you the passage as quoted by the Empire, with which I should thank you to preface my doggerel :— " The Colonial Secretary arrived in town about 11 o'clock yesterday morning, and left for Lambing Flat after a stay of about an hour. He left Wivenhoe, near Camden, the previous morning, travelling in a light Ame- rican buggy, belonging to Mr. Crane, the mail contractor, with two horses, and driven by one of the coachmen, known as " Little Bobby." Instructions were given by Messrs. Crane and Roberts that the best h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
WOOL,, gp WOOL, WOOL. THE Undersigned is a general pur chaser of WOOL, in any quantity, at the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. D. DAVIS, Old Commercial Store, Goulburn. DR. ARPTHORP, M.D., &nbsp; UNIVERSITY, EDINBURGH; Member of Royal College Surgeons, Edinburgh, Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hull, London, &nbsp; AND LICENTIATE OF N. S. WALES MEDICAL BOARD, MAY be CONSULTED at the Hospital, Gundagai. BENNETT, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, &nbsp; MUSIC AND FANCY REPOSITORY, &nbsp; TOWNSEND STREET, ALBURY. BRUSH, &nbsp; SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, (ESTABLISHED 1840), &nbsp; 668, George-street, Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY. Country orders punctually attended to. SKINNER AND NOWLAN, Soda Water Lemonade AND Cordial MANUFACTURERS, Opposite the Catholic Chapel, VERNER-STREET, &nbsp; &nbsp; GOULBURN. BARBER & CO., SODA WATER, LEMONADE, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nb...
Goulburn Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Goulburn Chronicle WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1861. MR. ROBERTSON when announcing the determination of the Government to despatch MR. COWPER to the scene of those disturbances which have obtained for the Lambing Flat Diggings so much notoriety, and involved the country in so serious an expenditure, admitted that the course taken by the Executive was, (to use his own euphuistic phrase) " not unobjection- able " while the manner in which the visit of the Premier has been noticed by the public journals, generally would indicate a pretty general concurrance, if not in the policy of the measure, at least in the propriety of the selection by his colleagues of MR. COWPER for the delicate and we may add dange rous task, which he has undertaken. It is not indeed apprehended that the Premier ran any personal risk in the fulfilment of his mission, but it cannot be concealed that in the event of mis carriage, a considerable amount of blame would, however unjustly, have attached to the individual who ...
The Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
The Parliament LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, March 7 &nbsp; CROWN LANDS ALIENATION BILL. - The House then went into Committee on the Crown Lands Alienation Bill. The eigh- teenth clause, providing for the sale by auc tion of the lands abandoned by the free se lector, was passed. The nineteenth clause, providing for additional selection by the free selector up to the maximum of 320 acres, was submitted, and passed with verbal amend ment. Mr. Robinson stated his intention to introduce a new clause to enable present free holders to free select, so as to increase their present holding; to 320 acres. The 20th claueo was proposed, providing for the sale of land by auction at upset prices of £8 for town land £2 for suburban, £1 for good country, and 5s. for back and inferior lands.-Mr. Rusden de sired to move an amendmont, fixing the upset price of all country lands at 5s.-Mr. Lucas &nbsp; had an amendment to propose, fixing the up set price of all country lands at 20s. A...
Goulburn Police Court. Monday, March 11th. Before the Police Magistrate and W. H. Hovell, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Goulburn Police Court. Monday, March 11th. Before the Police Magistrate and W. H. Hovell, Esq., J.P. DRUNKENNESS.-Patrick Foley, William Dutton, John Ryan, and Martin Macnamara were fined for this offence. UNLAWFUL DETENTION OF A HORSE.-J. M. Munoz v. J. L. Barnes. In this case the Court ordered the return of the animal to M. Munoz, or in default, the defendant to pay the value of the horse £16. Tuesday, March 12th. Before the same. LARCENY.-Charles Winlay charged with having stolen a sum of money from Edward Hiplish, at Carrigan's, the "White Horse Inn, Wingello, was committed to take his trial for the offence at the Circuit Court on the 25th instant.
District Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
District Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ThE REV. M. KAVANAGH.-This gentleman, I am happy to be able to report, is now nearly rocovered from the severe attack he had. He is going about, much changed in appearance for the bettor, and will ere long it is to be hoped be able to resume his clerical duties. ODD FELLOWS.-The Loyal Happy Home Lodgo of Odd Fellows commemorated their 5th annivorsay on Tuesday last, by walking in procession, followed in the evening by a ball and supper. The evening's entertainment was first-rate, the large room at the " Harp" was beautifully decorated and well lit, and the supper got up in unusually good style, at which the town and district were well represented. SCOTCH CHURCH.-I am told the Presbyte rians of this town and district, are again making a move towards the erection of a Scotch church on the piece of land which they have in Queanbeyan and which is so well adapted for that purposo. It is certainly time they did something; th...
THE LAND WE LIVE IN. "'Tis a funny country."—COMMON SAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
TIIE LAND WE LIVE IN. BY HUGH K. WALKER. " 'Tis a funny country."-COMMON SAYING Far on the "bosom of the Southern Seas A lovely island rises from the main, In phrase and fact, the strict Antipodes &nbsp; Of ancient Britain; as shall be made plain, Ere I have ended this Senserian strain, Where the ambitious hard essays to sing The mushroom pomp of Young Australia's reign, Melodiously, as when her woodlands ring While feathered donkeys scream, to greet the morns of spring. &nbsp; But who, without some fitting invocation, Would dare commence the Epic's lordly line &nbsp; Through memory, rolls that solemn intonation, The prelude to "the tale of Troy divine!" And though the stereotyped "Descend ye Nino," Is never hymned in lays of modern date, There is humility in the design, A modest rhymester would do well to imitate; Besides,-it serves to fill a space, at any rate But whom, or what then shall I call, to aid My spirit, flagging in its upward flight ? Dwells ther...
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.] CRICKET. To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Original Correspondence [As we are quite willing to insert letters on all subjects or general iInterest, our readers must not identify us with the views taken by the different writers. We &nbsp; 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.] CRICKET. To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. GENTLEMEN, - Observing in your remarks &nbsp; upon the cricket match just concluded between &nbsp; Goulburn and Berrima, some reflections upon &nbsp; the conduct of the umpires on that occa- &nbsp; sion, I deem it my duty, as one of them, to &nbsp; say a few words thereupon; and in doing so, &nbsp; &nbsp; allow me to say that such reflections are &nbsp; quite out of place, entirely uncalled for, and &nbsp;...
INCENDIARISM. To the Editors of the Goulburn Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
INCENDIARISM. To the Editors of the Goulbum Chronicle. GENTLEMEN-In the issuo of the Braidwood News of the 2nd instant, there was published a statement to the effect that the whole of my wheat" had ;been burnt; some 7000 bushels, valued at £3000, and supposed by spontaneous ignition, from the wheat being hurriedly put into stacks before it was thoroughly dry. This statement is untrue. The quantity burnt is from 1600 to 2000 bushels, and is not the whole of my wheat by some hundreds of bushels. The evidence of the stacks having been set on fire is too palpable; but the idea of spontaneous ignition is simply absurd. I never knew or heard of wheat firing of itself, it will heat from wet, which will cause it to mould and rot. This was the case with one of my stacks last year, which was several feet under water during the February flood; it had heated and rotted a largo portion, but there was not the slightest appearance of fire. Now, with the two stacks burnt this year, there was no gre...
Gazette Notices. IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Gazette Notices IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, March 8.) &nbsp; BUNGENDORE, on the 7th day of February, from Currendooly Estate, for trespass in open pasture land ; damages and driving 2s. each: -Brownish mare, star and stripe, pulled tail, broken in, white off fore and hind fetlocks, &nbsp; ES sieowavs ovor PW shoulder, like ES (the , S reversed) thigh, like 7 cheek near side, 2 over JM off shoulder; dark bay filly, black points, about 3 years old, ft ovor ft near shoulder. Also, on the 23rd, from Ashby; flamages and driving- 1s. 2d.:-light chesnut inclined to roan, cob horse, broken in, dock tail, while face, white fetlocks, PT near shoulder, OW off shoulder. If not released within twenty-four days from ditto of publi cation, will bo sold. M. .T. Byrne, Pound keeper. 5s. 3d. GOULBURN, on the 1st of March, from Gun dary:-red cow, hoop horns, aged, G near ribs, illegible brand near shoulder; a brown male calf by her sido, unbranded. If not re leased, will...
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. &nbsp; Wool.-We have to report continued firm ness in prices, with good demand for well conditioned parcels. Of 257 bales catalogued 245 bales were sold as specified below Sheepskins.-About 3000 skins were offered, and all disposed of at full prices; one lot of superior (PR over Y brand) fetched 10 1/2 d. per lb. Tallow.-There is not any improvement in the demand for shipping parcels, consequently prices have not advanced-the trado being the only purchasers in the markot. Several of the lots offered to-day were passed. Hides.-Only a few parcels to hand, and those light and inferior; sold at 7s. 9d. to 9s. 9d. each. PRICES CURRENT. WOOL *. a. #. a. Superior clips 1 10 to 1 11 fair to good 1 7 to 1 9 Low to middling 1 2 to 1 , 6 Grease 1 1 to 1 6 Locks, pieces, broken wool, &c. .... 0 8 to 12 &nbsp; Handwashed 1 0 to 1 9 Scoured 2 0 to 2 2 Tallow. Beef ...£30 0 0 to £38 0 0 Mutton 40 0 0 to 45 0 0 Station Tallow 38 0 0 to 41 0 0 Hides each 0 4...
SETTLERS' PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
SETTLERS' PRICES CURRENT. Wheat.-Per bushel, 5s. &nbsp; Flour.-Fine, per ton, £19; seconds, £17. Bran.-Per bushel, 1s. 6d &nbsp; Maize.-Per bushel, 7s. Barley.-Per bushel, 4s. &nbsp; &nbsp; Oats-Per bushel. 3s. ' Hay.-Per ton, 4/. 10s. to 5/. 10s. Butter.-Fresh, per lb" 10d. s salt, per lb. 7d. Cheese.-Per lb., 3d. Bacon,-Per lb., 7 1/2 d. Eggs.-Per doz" 1s. to 1s. 3d. Potatoes.- Per ton. £3 to £5. Onions,-Few offering, at 1 1/2d per. lb. Fat Cattle.-Perhead, £3 10s. to £4 10s, according to weight. Calves.-Per head, 1l 5s to 1l 15s. Sheep.-Per head, 12s. to 15s, Pigs.-Per lb., 4d. to 4 1/2d. Sheepskins.-Per lb, 5d to 7d. Tallow.-Per ton, 460/. to 50/. for good sample. Hides.-4s. to 5s. each,; good hides scarce. Carriage.-Sydney to Goulburn, £6G to £7 per ton ; Goulburn to Sydney, £4 per ton; Goulburn to Gundagai, £6, and to Tumut £7 per ton. Goulburn, March 8, 1861.
YASS MARKETS.—MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
YASS MARKETS - MARCH 5. Wheat, 6s. to 6s. 6d. per bushel; flour, fine, £23 to £24 per ton ; ditto, seconds, £22 per ton bran, per bushel; 1s 6d.; maize, 7s. to 7s 6d., per bushel oats, 6s. to 6s. 6d. ditto ; barley, 4s. to 5s. ditto ; hay. per ton, £7 to £7 10s.; butter, fresh, per lb.,1s. to 1s, &nbsp; 6d., salt, quite unsaleable; cheese, per lb., 6d. to 7d.; bacon, per lb. 7d. to 8d.; potatoes, per cwt., 6s.-Courier.
QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. &nbsp; BRADLEY'S MILL.- Friday Evening. March 8. Flour, fine, £19per ton; seconds, £17; less than half a ton, 1s. extra per cwt. Pollard, 2s, and bran 1s. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, in good condition, 5s. per bushel. NOTICE.-For dry marketable samples only, the above price will be given. Wheat in a damp state, and not properly dressed, will be refused. CONOLLY'S MILL. - Friday Evening, March 8. Flour, fine, £19 per ton; seconds, £17; less than half a ton, 1s. extra per cwt. Pollard, 2s. and bran. 1s. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, in good condition 5s. per bushel. NOTICE.-More than one half the wheat being of- fered is unfit for grinding. Such samples for the future, will be refused.
BRAIDWOOD MARKETS, WHOLESALE—MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
BRAIDWOOD MARKETS, WHOLESALE-MARCH 5. Flour, fine, per ton, £23 to £25; wheat, per bushel, 6s. to 7s.; bran, per bushel, 1s. 9d.; hay, per ton. £6 to £7 ; potatoes, per cwt., 5s, to 6s. ; maize, per bushel, 9s. to 9s. 6d.; butter, fresh, per lb., 1s. &nbsp; salt per lb.. 8d. to 10d. ; cheese, ditto, 5d. ; bacon, ditto, 8d. to 9d.-Dispatch,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Five Pounds Reward. STOLEN or STRAYED, in the month of October, 1860, from Stinson's Farm Burrowa River, a DARK BROWN MARE, with small star in forehead, branded near shoulder HC, off shoulder MD, and No. 2 on the near rump. She had a horse foal, bay, about three months old by her side. If strayed, I will pay £1 on delivery to me. If stolen.. I will pay £5 on conviction of the thief. ) PATRICK STINSON. NOTICE. THE undersigned beg to request an imme- &nbsp; diate settlement of accounts furnished by them to 31st December last. All debts of &nbsp; more than six months standing, remaining unpaid on 30th MARCH, will be placed in the hands of a solicitor for recovery, without respect to persons. No credit will in future be given for a longer period than 3 months, without special agreement, WINTON & KING. Gundagai, January, 1861. JAMES BARRY, SON of Robert John Barry, who came out in the ship " Bangalore," to Moreton Bay, in the year 1850, and last heard of from Casi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Excellent Business Premises in TO LET, that portion of tlio promises of the Australian Joint Stock Bank in Goul burn, known as Bull'sa Commercial Store, Market-square, adjoining the Bank, and com prising two-storied warehouse, shops, offices and out-offices, with excellent stable and large yard: the same to be let for a term of years, full particulars can be had on application at the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Sydney and Goulburn. Goulburn, W. C. GREVILLE Notice. WHEREAS a horse of the following des- &nbsp; cription having returned to my run, &nbsp; upon which he was brod, the ownor can have &nbsp; him by giving satisfactory proof of ownership, &nbsp; and paying the expanses of advortisements. &nbsp; Descriptions:-DARK BAY, switch tail, star &nbsp; in forehead, near hind leg white, a little white &nbsp; on off fetlock, branded "WT' near shoulder, IJ &nbsp; off shoulder, about 7 years old. N. B. - The horse will be occ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Chronicle and Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1861
Local Intelligence. Mr. Cowper.-On Monday Mr. J. J. Roberts received a telegram from Yass, from the Colonial Secretary, intimat ing his intention to be in Goulburn to-day, and to go on at once to Sydney, so as to ar rive there to-morrow morning. The depar ture of Mr. Cowper may be regarded as a fa vourable circumstance, and although we are in possession of no later intelligence than that which appears in the last page of the present issue, the Premier's return affords sufficient grounds for inferring that matters present some prospect of a peaceful issue. MR BLACK'S ENTERTAINMENTS. - This gentleman made his second bow to a Goulburn audience on Wednesday last, and since then has sung on Thursday, Monday, and last nights. We have already spoken of the philosophy of such entertainments as the melange of minstrelsy, illustration, and anecdote, of which Mr. Black is so able and pleasing an expositor, and a few words as to some of his special performances will not, we apprehend, seem out ...