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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 June 1864
A UTSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL A HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BT?ADmORD, proprietor. FRST-CLASS ACCIOMMODATION ror gentle men. Privato families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. ESESSRS. DURHIAM and IRWIN are prepared i to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow. hides, &c., for aleo by auction or privately, at their Produce Storesc Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for salo or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SIIOKERlS. B'A-REITT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war ranted. Best American IONEYDEW, 6s. per lb. PIPES, in meerschaum, woodl, clay, &c., from Sd. to £1 el. At D11 At Hr. DE BARR'S. DIXSON'S TWIST EGROE2U A 'D. TIE demand for the above celebrated tobacco baing hitherto beren so great that the mannu foctlrer cohid noit supply above hallf f the applica tions, wlhereby manny, being unable to procure it, were compelled to snhubstituto inferior and tr...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 June 1864
TO 8s1fscrtIUnuis. Ifl orderr foarnrr o hngrtre. to(. tIn rojut a tlat whieh LI at 0m fl' ,a,,,,t bj, orm totho, j~p~e o natl akncl kdorlco tlat nacetp of ro~latttaIteeo La t(ft cotto,nn (tltatla Of Arj totter. nnr*xo~ ItOITAcES ltttVP, rontn Mr. K. 1fle snnat, Atfntry, for Mt~. W. Lootetr, it. from MIr. J. Foard, ffottgrndorr, for ml. troll orl,f.L Ili.
THE QUEENSLAND BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
THIE QUEENSLAND BUSHRANGERS. TIIE ?clkhampton Bulletin, of 7th instant, says:-Thomas Howson alias Quinn alias Hill, one of the four escapees from' Rock hampton gaol, has arrived in Rockhampton, and is restored to a further, and, we trust, prolonged confinement. His capturo was primarily duo to an attack of fever and ague, which so prostrated his strength as to pre vent his getting well out of the way. Our Gladstoneo correspondent adds, writing under date of 2nd instant:-On the 20th ultimo, four men went to Mr. Ferguson's station, at WVnlloon, and took the liberty of oexchanging four horses at the paddol?k, and rode off in the direction of Iawbeolle. A party of squatters and others tracked them not far from the latter station, and found tlhem leisurely cleaning their arms. Three of the men sprang to their feet, mounted their horses, and rode off as fast as they could; the other man was unable to got his horse quiclk onough, so he left everything· and made off into the bush on foot, a...
THE RECKONING REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
TILE IRECKONINfG ilEFORI. (Ily Jrac 1'itanm.) st at tho comnlcllcolmont of this now ego, 3 J)r. Franlbin, one of its brightest lumnninaries, isaid of our spolling, " somnethling must be dono" to remody its defects, so now oial knations say something 1must. he done10 to Iremoedy the intolerable evils of the comnpli crated and varying systems of Money, iVoights, and easnures ill uose throughout ?theo world. The author of the articlo "~Weightis nd Meonsuros" in the l'onny Cyclopedin says :-"The subjoet of Weoights ni Mnl o Mensuros is oneo the actual stateo of which Sis prosperous in the inverso ratio of the niusm bor of books or thile length of articles which ore written upon it; " that is, in scientific llhrasoology, thoe prosont system is so confiul ilng by its multiplicity of contradictory details, :' thatinl comnnonphllraso, as we say of the ovils Iof others, "the loss said about thlom tile Sbetter." " ]lut," says this writer, " there is imotlling in the subject of WVeiglhts lland...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
IOULIOtION tIIO0LE;hLE PttnlO ? OUItttItT. Wheat, Ge. to Os. a bushel. FloUw, itie, £20 0' ton; eoroltli, £25. Pollard, is. 4d. t bushel; or Is. by the hnlf ton. eOra l. 4d. dil. 6 bushel; or ls. by the balt ton. Ilrmrll, f~.2ind. · "lb ost. ilrott, s, to is. tto r Ibushot.L etorele, etoglisb, 3s. id, to 4.ltt bushel; Onpo, 2S. Gd. O(tos, G. Od, to e. GdO. i ouhllel. Glay, £3 t0o. to .£ "i tou. Otetbor,' tosb, Gd. to d. t lb.; ault, Od. C~icron, 46. tO lb. ' - flacoo, Gd. to Od. P Ib. Ojps, Is. Gd, to 1s; Gd. ·t dosOe. Potatoes, s. ?tewt Ootolu,'G0s; to 12s. 't owt. tiet tter, prime, froe £3 10t. to £6 ;ltttOmlto,£G G. to.£3. .hroey, its. to 1ts. ithead. PIga, id, to dd. t lb. . .. BrcJ (retatl), 3d. to 4d. lb. . tJlotlol (retalt), 66. O tb. Talltot, £20 to £30 ' tote. Gltdrs 1. to Go. eaOh. Bhrsep.Otoo, Gl,; weuhed 7d. P lb. Olrrle ie ton-?ydny toyto Gouthoeo,£6to £G; Ootlburo to Sydnoyi £3 to £tl 10s.; toulbuor to hombohltto bt, £4 ; toulburn to.Adeloog, .£6; tUulburn.tto . 'u1 ut...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
COl ALERCIAL. (OU tIUItN, Friday evennog. Wosnrr 0,0 I'OUtlo.-AL Conolly's tilt :--Fine flour, £20 per toll, sconnds, £25; if loss thon hlL-ton, Is. per tOl1b. tr. I'ollartd, and brn, is. 4dI. por btusbl rtell, and is. ooo bushel ohulcatnl. Otorket stilt unsottlool. Whent, to. to Jo, por tusloo--tle latter prioe tor boot snmples. At ESoonol'elo SIltI:--tno floor, £21 pr too; sronds, £25; tf less tlltnn tli ton, ls. por 100lb. extra; whtent, 8s to ts. por buslso; bron and potlolr In quanttitos of holfn ton, is. per ltushel ; less, Is. 4d. Atloot elos ' Itr.tono.--essors, I. Dlgnam and Co. report: -Ttoe eoottluuao of unsettled weatthor keeps trade iu a vsry unsntlsitlory sltoe. In the ab1s0ene of oaoes prlOeO ,re nominl On Mondny wo sold a tuoltlty of turoltur. ot very good prices; buttile sale at Tosogo oas rtotio last ooneIOnt postponed In eonsoolucnoe of tihe soooreo weothr. dessrs. Finley nod to. roport--bt Cnttle--A slight lmt proElnooltt bloo tenbo place owing In a monsore to tb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
ErURDJZSH YOU1, HOUSE R. SIBBALD, Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer. IHIIE proprietor, while thlnking the public for tlheir past support anl appreciation of work faithfully done, begs to state that his furniture com iinres eaxcllency of mnouofcturo with first-class moterial, and hIo guarantces his mako sound, aId in ytCs j?ispection of thie same. Mattrasses Made-Repairs Done. CEDAR FOR SALE. Warehnuso: Two doors south of tihe Australian Store, Auburn-street. 1069 TIIHOMAS DAWSON, Stock, Station, and Produce Agent, S "orepred to receiveo. for Sale by Public Auction, Lire Stock and Colonial P'roduce. J'" Prompt remittances guaranteed. Sale Days: THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, AT THE DEPOT, Opposite tie Raoilway Station, SYDNEY. Offices--Opposite the Cormmrcial Bank, Sydney. All consignments removed on arrival to tho Depot free of charge. 606 BURT AND CO., ?ORSE ANID CARRIAGE BAZAAR, pITT & CASTLEREAGlII STREETS, SYDNEY, Auctioneers & General Agents Fol Trite SALu. 01i PURFCIASI OF ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to 3tns. i. BLACKSHIAW, near Schoot-house, Old Township. 1163 Wanted, "RESPECTABDE FEMALE as HOUSE MAID. Apply to MRs. JONES, Royal HIotel. 1168 Wanted, A MAN to plough, and make himseolf otherwise tL' useful. Apply to JOHN Mo GEORGE, 1161 Goulburn. Wanted, OATEN OR W11EATEN aHY. o. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaieumbene Flour Mills, 1070 Near Braidwood. Lost, IN GOULBURN, on Thursday evening,. a LARGE CAMEO SIIAWL BROOCH. Any person delivering it to Mn. H. S. CLARIKE, Jeweller, will be rewarded, 1159 Fonnd, A BLACK AND WHITE BOAR PIG in my garden. The owner can have it by paying expenses. B. BOWTELtl G 1132 Spring Valley Gardens. Notice. if Y SON, TIhOM[AS SIDWELL, having loft l- his home without cause, this is to cnution any onn from harbouring him after this date, June 24th, 1864. W. SIDWELL, 1154 Towrang. To Woodcutters, Carters, and Others. NOTICE.--FIIREWOOD may be cut and drawn from Wynella paddock for one month only. Charge, ds. each one-horse load. En...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
TO Jr~bflTIaEEtS. Juooa.--We havee reeleed an adertisaement respecting the J b lllehouseatthe above place; but at the writer has ,oltted to enclose his enane its inacrtlon tf deferred. TO CORIESI'(JN1IDE.VTS. Atteton to the followlna rares will pre'ent d pllpolnt IM t:t-- e do not unsdertake to laert Icrtter tt hch lre ;,amecompanled b! an asur'alnlc thatI coplcs have nlot been lent to other pnpers.-We canot retran releeted com n ication,-- ht willia to cnake ordinary cor rectlonc, tee ,aust ait lettera shtch require re-wrltinc to fit them for ptbllcatincrl- Whesn iramlallte pttblce!l m0llt be desiried, aomcaualcataons olght to rcaclr as by tloola ot athe Moacuais and Thursdaeg preceding cublleatloa.--I-ra calst in eery case ,e frtrnishecd eithl the writer's namo and adtres--not for publication, but a a guarantee of good fadith.
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
SYDNEY SUMMARY. TnanaooAY afternoon. Youn tolographic correspondent has just informed mo that he has received a message from Albury, lannouncing the doeath of Mr. Mo Loan, who was shot by the ruflian Mor~m on Sunday. knumbor of voluntoors have gono out to assist the police in their soorch for this miscreant. Orders have also boon received from Sydney that the polico force are to take the buoh and hunt himn down at an' cost. VWhy was not this done before ? This scoundrol has boon allowed to prowl about the country unheoded, robbing travellers and firing homesteads at pleasuro; whilo a rogimont of troopers have boon pursuing his equa(lly guilty but less cowardly contempmoraries, 11al and Co. It was easy for Mr. Forator and his friends to uoe insecurity of life and0 property as a stopping-utono to place and pay. But once having attained their object, lives may hoe sorificed, travel. lors plhndorod, and the public higihway become more infested with thioves than over. But what care they ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE ALPACAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
* LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. . THE ALPACAS. TeUeonsnr last was the day appointed for the sale of the government flock of alpacas and llamas now depasturing at Wingollo under the superintendenco of Edward Payton, Esq. His Excollency tihe Governor having determined on being present arrived at Mir. Brown's inn, at WViu gello, at about 5.30 tile previous evening, being ac companied by the lion. J. Martin, colonial secretary, and the Hen. J. B. Wilson minister for lands, and escorted by a detachment of mounted police under the command of Sub-inspector Mialbon. On the fol lowing morning his Excellcncy walked over to Wingollo Park, tlie place of sale. In addition to hiis Excellency and the colonila secretary and minister for lands, the following gentle men, amoeng otlers, were present:--Messrs. T. IHolt and Johln Morrico, L.F.'s.; J. D. Macanshl, J. Pat .torson, Moore (director of the Botanical Gardens), Itanken, H. and A. Badgery, Craig, Zouchi, Futter, Thorn, Rev. T. IHassall, Burrowes, MIann...
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
ELEANOIR'S VICTORY. BY TIlE AUTHORI OF LADY AUDLEY'S SEeRcIT, &i. UOIAPTEII XXIX. Two pilr of jealous eyes kept constant watch upon Eleanor MIonckton, for some time after that October afternoon on which the lawyer and Miss Mason stood side by side, looking at the two figures by tile sun-dial. Gilbert MIonckton was too proud to oem plain. He laild dlown the fair hoples of hie mlanhood in the grave that already held the brolken dreims of his youth. Ho bowed his bhead, and.resigned himself to his fate. " I was mistaken," lie thought; "it was too preposterous to supposeo that at foity I could win tile love of a girl of eighteen. My wife is good and trie, nut,-" But wllhat? Could this girl be good and true? IIid she not deceived her lover inost cruelly, most deliberately, in her declaration of. utterr .indifference towards Launcelot Darrell? Mr. Monckton remembered her very words, her sudden look of astonishmenit, her anissnt srhuddering gesture of surplrise, as he.asked the impo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
BIRTH. On the 18th instant, at Saltramm, Bathurst, Mro. JAlEss 1lANIEN of a so80n. I:MARRIED, Os tho 21st March, at the Church of tmhe Holy Trinity, Stockton on Tees, Durhalm, England, T. RowLA-n Youx, Esq., of Mount Plonasnnt, Durhonm, to IsAnr., jooungost daughter of tho late O?luasno HII. WILsOs, Esq., Rt.N., Aberdeen, Scotland. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1864.
THE RECENT FLOODS AT BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
THE RECENT FLOODS AT DRAIDWOOD. (Fromi the 1rsaldsood Dispatch.) W. laveo furtheor particuelars of the floods, which ex coed by far the sad anticipationso we wore led to form when we went to press on Tuesday evening. The following may be enumerated as. amongst some of the most pronimnent losses which have boon sus tained, and which will be severely felt by tihe parties whoso capital has been invested with the hope of a profitabloroturn for their industry. 'The neat ansd subshmtantial cottage of MIr. Watts of raluoen and the garden which woas considered pretty safe under ordinary cireumstaneos fromn danger, have been washed into the bed of the creek. The house of Mr. King has also boon carried away by the torrents, and mlny other narrow and hairbroadth persoonal escapes are reported. In one ease the dhmily of an engineer had taken up their residonce on one of tips--i.c., a mound of earth accumulated Irom onenvated soil being thrownoup-in order that tho head of the family, whol worked...
THE SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
TIlE SHBAKESPEARE TEROENTENARY. TIE StratfOrd-upon-Avon Tercentenary Celebration offers a brilliant contrast to the misorablo and humiliating fiiluro of the London Committooee. The town whilo we writo is crowded. Houses and lodgings oven in Warwick, Loamnington, and otlher noigh bouring places have mounted to an alarming figuro, and nearly all the places are takeon for nearly all the performances. Roserving do tails for our next number, we will for the present content ourselves with presenting the main features of tihe programme. The festival was inaugurated on the 23rd of April by a banquet in the Pavilion, at which Lord Carlislo presided, followod by a display of fireworks at night. On the 24th, Sunday, thero wore two sermons, one preached by the Arcllhbishop of Dublin, and the other by the Bishop of St. Androws. Yesterday, Monday, in tho morning the " Meossiah" was given, and in the evening there was a grand mis collaneous concort. To-dayis to be given up to excursions to Charloc...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
Is another part of to-day's paper will be found an exposition of a proposed Reckoning licform, as it is called; and although there is little hope of its being introduced into general practice during the present gene ration, still, cgnsidoring its manifest advan tages and utility, it will be well that attention should be directed to it. Great reforms are not to be accomplished in a day; they take years of advocacy and agitation; but they must have their advocates and their agitators, otherwiso the original idea falls to the ground, or its realization is indefinitely delayed. Holding it to be the duty and the privilege of the press to advocate every principle of progress and every social reform, we need no excuse for directing attention to the Reckoning Reform. The gentleman who now proposes this reform is Mr. Isaac Pitmnan, whoso name is perhaps pretty widely known as the inventor of tro most popular system of short-hand introduced. Mlr. Pitman is one of the original thinkers of the ...
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
To the ltllthr of tOlte rald anod Chronilet. ltn,--Shuro tho I'm an illitllorto ould man, and writo with a stumop av aI pen nearly as ould 0s my oself, maybeo you'd oparO tno a cornor av your paopr to givo exprcshun to my foolilns on " A ufl'eror's" leotthor, wlch npoored in your last ilsshuo. An throth that solmo lotthor jist hit the nolo on the hlod cotmplot, non it's tho writer himself felt noro nor ohe sod; for I'm convinsod fromn the tnlro Iov it that thotl av tho onld must lnhave found their way intil his own kind hlart-God bloess him l I thlnat he piothurod to hiltsolf their missorablo con dishunn those cowld frosty nitos, sittin widout a firo, blnokas o the timber moreohnts from the othelor side av the river could not cross. Slhuro its not for tlio :oikes av mt to be diclthatilng to my supariors about what is rite otnnd what is rong; but I will vinturn, by rour Invoe, to planeo t suggestion on the papor, os tloy nay in parlnymont, calling upon lthe intbbit •.nto av Goulburn,...
NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.—No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 June 1864
NIMBLE DIOK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.-No. IV. (Froo tIho Rivcrieo .lTerald.) TIIE fellow that ran away in the morning and left his comrades to be killed without trying to fire at the blacks, got so frightened that he lost himself as he was trying to gallop to the hlome station. I-H didn't get there till the middle of the night, so thle overseer knew nothing about what we had done till then,-for the sheep were to go to an out-station, and he thought they were safe with four men. When the next morning broke we'wondeired we had heard nothing of the whites, and a lot of us went out different ways to see if we could see anything of them. We went in twos and threes, and if any of us saw the whites we were to' run away in a different directiorn fiom where we had the sheep, and make great smokes to lead them astray. In the alternoon my uncle Billy, and a little fel low called Tommy Blue, were down on the creek, and they saw the white men comig. I believe they led them a pretty dance. At las...