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HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864
IIIS ETXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO BERRIIA. TrE following came to hand too Ioto for our last issue; but as it may be interesting to some of our reudoers, we now give it insertion: A rumour prevailed on Monday last, from a message received by telegram by the sub-inspector of police in Borrima, that his Excollency Sir John Young, to be accompanied by some of the members of the ministry, would attend the sale of alpacas at Wingollo on the 2.thinostant, and for that purpose would loavo Sydney by spocial train for Plicton early on Tuesday morning; but as nothing firther was heard, few, if any, in the district were aware of the Governor-in-Chief's intentions; snd as it was furthermore not ascertained whetherhis Excelloncy would proceed through Berrima, or, as was reported, down tlhe lino of railway now iu course of construction, little or no preparations what over were made to receive him. The weather here, moreover, was so sadly unpropitious on Tuesday thalit no one dreamt that his Excellency w...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864
T'O CO~tttttt'(tntttlt.Pt.¶. Alttnttonn to Uo, fotnlootno rnts utooo tl~ dtoop ;lm,olnt trot to othor ,Inoprna.-tt'r roon,t~n ,ottor,' rnrotrmtc c, tlr tminro..- iI?,hit n.I~t~i~ ng to nnko tnrtoottl~r cr. rrlootoo, ,oo nol~ot o,,t tt totronhir~tll rqtrolr~ rr-n'ntttfnt to to dRolrr~t, rooo,,onotoe~,tiont onrubt t., ,rontl a no1 t'ynoo . tOlr .¶tondon,ol nod thn~ro litoy roreriou totdrotlon.-r tonr ,nnoti ororj, n-to.0t fon iohomotl r nit to omnitoo noon not ddoo-ntfi ottrotn to 00gttoooo
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864
"USTRAT,ASIAN FREEMASONS' IHATLL SIIOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFRED ?IttADEIRI), proprietor. FIST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle Ien. Private families wvill at this hotel find the conm. (ts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. IESSRS. DURlhAM an00 IRWIN aro prepared Sto receive wool, shecpslins, tallow, Iides, &c., for rule by auction or privately, at their Produce Storce, C1irculor Qooy, Sydocy. Liberal otvances maoe on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipmenrt. Circular Quay. Sydney. 11 TO SlOKERS. p Rn RETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war ranted. lest lAmerican IIONEI'YI)EW, 6s. per lb. 'I'PES, in mieerchaum, wood, clay, &c., from 3d. to £1 ech, 3m o At M. DE BARR'S. DIXSON'S TWIST NIGRO 2EEMAt. IIE demandlb for thie above celebrated tobacco hltvieg hitherto beern so great thant the manu fnclturer coull not supply above lhalf of the appliea. tions, whIerebly mano', being unable to procure it, -ere' compelled to substitute infer...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864
2tEARIIZIt), On tho 20th instant, by tho lov. John F'oggon, at his rosidvnco, thI ov . W. Knu?ox, to .lAnTLrA, accond daughtor of W.. 'l'owa·onn, otorokeopcr, D)alton. EDNESal AY, JUNE 2 n, 18. WEIDNEFSDAY, JUN'E 20, 1801.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 June 1864
TO SUI.dll nflREnS. In order tona Io t jolngr me intend to ladopt a plan trldobh it alrrady! pursued byl several other p~aperls and acknowrledg tt rctrtipt oJ rnittanctes it thit colltantt int¢rtd of bU Ictttr. CALE?NDAlR. I)nly of Ihe W.,k. ' 7 of . .tan ? o. ' Ito' WP., gti\Y........ Jatlolt O 7 10 4 ft 2 tlttt tI)AY .......... 70 7 "20 a 4 r [ 26 PII.II).1.............. July; 1i 7 10 4" 20
WAR PICTURES.—THE RIDE OF A WOUNDED BRIGADE. PETS IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
WAR PIOTURES.-TIE RIDE OF A WOUNDED BRIGADE.' 1ETS IN T1fH ARMIY. Mn. B. F. TAyLoR continues in tile Chicago Journal his admirable sketches of life in the camp and field. In a recent letter from the army of the Oumberlandlho gives the follow ing picture of anight's ride of the wounded brigadei after the battle of Ohickamanga: They were loaded upon the train; two platform cars wore paved with, tlom, forty on a car. Soven boxes woro so packed you could not sot your foot down among them as they lay. The roofs of the ears wero piled with them, and .away we pounded, all day,. all.night, into the next morning, and then Nashvillo. Half of the boys had not a shrOd of a' blankbt, and it rained steadily, pitilessly. What do you think of platform cars for a triuimphall procession wherein to bear wounded heroes to the' tunoe of the Soldier's Return from WVar? But the stores of the sanitary commission and thle gifts of such ladies as are' low, I believe, makiisg your city a Bothel-a place of ang...
THE READING REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
THE READING IREFOR3I. IE~DING and. wiiting~~ aro not education; A porson who can road has no moro clainl in consequonc to b o ednsidered to lio educated, than a person.whol can hoear has to bo considered a iriso m an. leading and writing nro merely means of oducation. They aro only artilieial modos of hearing and speaking. It is piropostorous thaLt tho attainmont of moro ronding-the moreo power of 'hearing, as it woro; the instlruetioll of boolts--shouihl requiro ye1rn of anppllicntioem,-co?tumning vnhdtinlo timno w, whichl, wIporly, ihouhld he slplnt in the IttinIUment of nOI e l lInowledgo. o grouat in thu dilclully of Inl?tlh'hg runhing, that, necnoritlg to Jlor ulayjosty's school iunpuectur, a sixth lrlt only of the thillhon who attnid out j'lblio ,hoils utnpd|t'o thi ahlllity to road witht ctwo nid crrtll ~tco I whln proIbl)yv uuoholilf of tho tliildIVe 1stve thu schools1 itul tar gtabsohje into the laboring community of the country, f not being able to read at all! . It is pur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
Wanted, r'lWO MEN, to makoe themselves generally useful, 1Apply to ROBERT l?f ALISTEIR, 1102 Uaw Baw. Fencers, I~TAN'ITED t Arthursleigh, to put up LOG AND 91 DEAD WOOD FENCING. 1191 ALEX. REID. Wanted, AT a starn flor mill, a SITUATION as NONGINE.DI)VEII, The advertlser has be en emploUyed for thIu last teo years at differot mills. laving surved his tihoe to o millwright and esgloecr, hie Is eapahttlo of ]?eeping mluuhilery to order, or Ilelog eho rgo of a mill, The best telul. msotalols on bo produoed, Addreus, ,I, oerld o1le00 1174 A Municipality for Goulburn. TO TIIHE POLICE MAGISTRATE, GOULBURN. T E, the undersigned, iohabilanls of Goulburn VV and thle neighbourhood, hereby request tlhat you will bo pleased to coll a publit meeting for the purpoue of considering tho dsirnbtiliy of taking, steps towards the incorporation of the city. F. n. L. Rossi Daniel S. MIilea William I)aries. . Frd. M.. Charterls Robt. H. Blatclhford James Seowcroft . Chas. J. Poole Colin RIobertson Philip...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
tOtllliLtiR WIIOLE SA?L PrilOtiona CUltu-. Wheat, Os. to hO. 10 busllel Flour, fise, £20 Q too ; seornolo. £25. Pollard, is. 4d. lb bus el; or is. by the balt ton. lnra,, 1es. de 11 bushel; or Is. by the halt too. Bresd, flst. d 2-lb. loao. Moator, 4s. to ho. per buobol. Barlo,. Eilgllsh, 31` i d. to 10. B bushel; Cape, is. te. Otat, 2o. tD. to Is. tel. P bushel. thne, i3 10s. to £ld 10. Oo toss. .. Butter, tresb, td. to Inld. lb lb.; salt,'7d. to te. tiberne, 4d. tO lb. Bacot,, hd. to tel. l lb. Ep, Is. 3d. to o. td. %edouen. Potetoeo, 3t. lb r •l •. Onutoai 10e to 12a. w ?..to 112.1 ..oo.t.-o.ao . . . "Fat taetlr, prstne, from £3 iUt. to Lot; msedlum,g2Dm.to£I Shres,, 12o. to 11`. I beat. * Plot, tel. to 4d. lb lb. oee/ (retail), 3d, to ad, lb. " . ,Olslutt (eatsll), 4d. lb lb. • Tallow, £hh to £31 l ton. lidle, ht to ho. reuac. hsnpoktaso, fl,.; waushed el. b lb Carreo l toan--.ydney to Goulburn, £5 to £0; aoulburn to hydney, l 3 to l.1 lfle.; Ooulburu tobamhltnqblat, £4; Ooulbur...
BUSHRANGING. (Communicated to the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
II~lJSIhRANGIhU. (Conm Iicatel to the S. M. 1r'ahl.) T~r naccounts which we have recently re ceived of tho doings of Morgan ithe bush r'lnger; habe produced a proonlbid impres nIOo of horri)r, aslolnishlelt, nl d slllHllnloe. The deeds of the rulihnl himself, though sufliciently revoltingr , are unfortunately neoi thor unprlecedented nor oexceptional. T'hey merol iply disply tho.usual attributes of the wil l'ienst in the form of man of the usual shalpo, boereft of its humanity. Our astonish ment and slhmo havo a difforont origin. l'uur the first time, we boliovoe, it is recorded that cloven of our follow-subjects, able oliellud men(, have tamely submitteoil to in dignimy, insumlt, and violonco, at the hands of a single mean. :We cling to the hope thalt thoere eny be somo mistakeo--some peculiar circumstaince untold-whilch may present the mstter in a dilfforont light. Hlow they mnunmmged to koep their hands off thl: ruflian is a wonder aid mnystery. .WeVo should lhard ly lhavo believ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
Investments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares AY always be obtained or disposed of, at current prices, on application to LENNON & CAPE, Stock and Share Brokers, 1665 Terry's Buildings. Pitt-street, Sydney. To Squatters, Breeders, Butchers, and Others. AUCTION SALES OF CATTLE, SHEEP, AND OTHER STOCK. AT the solicitation of numerous persons interested S in the SALE and PUCIHIASE of the above, 'the undersigned has completed arrangements, and is Snow prepared to receive consignments of every de scription of STOCK for disposal, either by nuction or privately. IHis large business connexion both in this and the neighbouring colonies and extensive 'business experience acquired during tihe past 14 years, he confidently trusts will enable him at all Stimes to procure the highest imarket prices for his constituents. Ample arrangemcnls have been made for receiving stock, prior to the days of sale, into secure paddocks. Sale Yards-the Victoria Yurds, Pleterslham. CHARLES MIARTYN, Hors...
NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.—NO. VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
NIMBILE DICKIi'S YAR2NS ABOUT TIE : BLACKS.--NO. VI. (From the Rirrine l Terald.) DICK having come into the home station, :ccording to promise, to continue the story of his eventful courtship, and Ihaving, toge ther with Lananglie, whom it seemed he had brought with himn to refresh his memory, partakenof a hearty meal, filled his pipe and thus proceeded - "I stopped up in the tree, wntching as long as I could see, but no one came. Wheri I got down, I began to think what was best to do. There .were two lots of black-fellows, as I told you; one a good way a-head of the other, and very close to.us. I said to myself, Now, the first lot will wait for the second, and then they will all follow on the track.' Suppose Lananglie had been strong, I would have pushed on to the mountains; but it was no uise to think of that now, and it was cer tain death to remain where we were I wasn't a stupid young fellow, I assure you. When it was dark. I left Lananglie in the scrub. I was a little bit frigh...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
SYDNEY SUMIIIARIY. Tuotasn.n afternoon. IT is rumaror d that the government intend acting on what before attaining oflico they prolbessed res pecting the utter uselessness of the present police act, and that early in the ensuing seassion parliament will ioe asked to repeal it. SThe goovernment not having completed arrange montae for the proposed changes in thie pilot servioe have deferred putting the competition system into operation until thie 15th proxinmo. It i said that Captain Moody is to hobe appointed to the nvacant seat on the steamn navigation bIoard, conseqouent on tihe death of Captain Darley. Mr. Mlyhl ill will succeed Captain Croak as acting harbor-mtaster at this port. The nloary attached to the ofice iu futuro is to be only £35D0 a-year. A. deputation from nIaitland, consisting of MIr. lurns, M.L.A., and Mlessrs. Wolfe and Strachan, has waited on the government to requcest that the unreol £1000 ho devoted to nlaking a road from East to West Maitlnnd, which would gave ...
NO. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
NO. VII. I suppose, sir, not many black-fellows could li still so long, stretched out on the bough of a high tree, as I did that -tiine, .aatching hundreds of fellows lookiin far him to kill hin'. Many of them were sharp trackers; they would run the trail of a wallabi over miles of rocks. My word, they could almost show you the placo where a bird had flown through the air... As I looked down upon them, I could seo there were ' lot of clever fellows amoing them. I thought I could not he saved. If I was killed, and they did not find Lananglie, what could 'ihe do, poor thing, without some one to help her? I'hey did not forget to look ui'the trens, and they climbed upl into some of them. One inlan was in a tree so closs to mne for a good while I could hlive touohed him with the Und of it spear. I was sure somietimes he saw me; but he did not, and he got down Iguin, nld they came no more noer ile. But they topped close bi, all day, and camped theru next night. Wien. it was closu to dayli...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
LOCAL ARJ?~~il PROVINCIAL. POL1e? RflE'Olr.-On Wednesday Bridget Dwyer, alias Forris, for having no visible means of. support, wassehnt tb jail for three months. Thomas Smith and Charles COlarke,-boing nablo to slpport them selves, viere sent to jail for fourteen days pending an applitation for their removal to the Benovoloent Asylum.-On Thursday MIary Btilson, brought up as drunk and disorderly vas discharged with a rcau tion.-Yesterday Dai'id Denny, on the comisplaint of WVilliam Dennett, was ordered to pay £1 amount of wages adjudged to be due. A case against James Waterworth, for breach of theStago Carriage Act, was postponed for afortnight.-In two crises for non piaymenit of wages, in which James Heath Was doefe dant, and Hyam Alekander and Robert Wills respectively complainants, orders were made by consent for the.amounts claidmod £9 and £12, and costs. ?Irs. Joshua Johnson, for assaulting Daniel Edwards, was fineood one shilling.--Robort Wardap peared to answer the eomplaint ...
AGENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
AGEINTS: 'l'le folloalng arents are ccu ihr ed to receive e uhserlbers' ds"I rll c tccisce cd ede la jc? aintg Ic fhe dlt~tt¢ aalNv. ee n ors r ..o- i c r rloned in eonlelegon wti tl Il or resI ecl ve numea,annd IhIlrf rn'?P wsill bo asufficient discharge for al| payments i.zade to rle ?: ARALUEN" f Mr. P. D~aorea ra? l] I?TA ...... (·n~~.. on. Raoelatior n ERIRII . .. Mr... Jascs Porell DIIOMIUALA Ar ... i e logarth NaLoB.. .. . ARl ss SMrrphy iIlhIWOOI) WOl ... 2'heo'as his Gll ..ENDOIE ... John teodrl lIUillROW . ... Joha If ucr1/ CO0.\ .. Chharlee Walller' (IUNDbBAI., .. .. ?hart¢8 Slmith OUh' )ARUO . . Wiia(m 3fjtecl GUNNING . ' . Willlna Ruddsa OUNNI1U PFLAT . cn hrIolpher O'L'uel's,. . . ··· -._t -ro a, .;.r . .o LOIORUY " nlo -- ,~r~·'--, LON~N (r. Fi. Al//ar, 11· """ . . . . . pine, ndpblhd lase inTAS/e' yred 05l NE?HUI ITB 0"; .; .~... . gMr. 0r. d icreS 1 tR the Herald B EaLarr inning "loulburns *m Moess Wares. e r , NI.%llTY~l/LLII.. Da~id rlie PA~NDULA Dsdcafl Cane's I'...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
BIRTHS. the 22nd ultimp, : at North TYass, MIrs. WnILneLuaI EplDrWAopS, of a daughter. tie 29th ultimol, ih oresidenco, Goldsmith itreet, Mrs. W.Ev.Nas Dtu.aul of a son. MARRIED, - the 21st June, af 3Ierry Valo, the residenco o -he . r.de's fathco, bv tho Rov. ',v. . Goorgej i h ru roANs, thir db ghtr of Mr. I o to Mr. DoNAl CAMNuoN, of CottaWalla.i rnoth anh ~opnil SATURDAY, JULY 2; 144.
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
CO NMER C1AL. GouLOUnN, Friday evening. W? E?AT AND FLOUt.--At Conolly's Mill:-Fino flour, £26 per ton; seconds, £25; if less than half ton, ls. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard and bran, ls. 46. per bushol retail, and Is. per bushol wholesale. Market still unsettled. Wheat, 8s. to Ds. per bushol -tbo latter price for best samples. At Emanuol'H Mill:-Fine flour £26 per ton; seconde, £26; if loss than half-ton, to. per 100lb. extra. WVhout, 8s. to Os. per bushel; bran and pollard, in quantities of half-a-ton, Is. per bushel; less, lo. 4d. AUOMaIoNEE?S' REPOTS.-Mcssro. P. Dignam and Co. report:-Fat cattlo.-Thero has boon a demand during the week, the butchers' stocks having run low. VWe have placed two lots of settlers' cattle in very ordinary condition, at £2 6s. and £2 10s.; and we were advised of 30 henad of firat.class, for Tues day, but they unfortunately broke away on the road. The want has been temporarily supplied, but a mob of prime to arrive next week will moeet a good market. It ...
THE GOULBURN HERALD [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
THE GOULBURN HERALD It the oldest Estlbstishod journl II tile hoouthero dislrlhlt d No South s Wles, nod for tile last few .ears its inorolmasd ' 0ulatl0 u has rendered it elpedient to print it by 0te000. TERNtIS OP SUnSCrIPxiOo eight shillings nod sixpeneeo perquar o05 1 seven shItihogs nod sixpceoo if paid In ndoloace--th.la is ons to the cos mncement of time quortr. Subscribers lS olsrorde only from tim l tmo of storho. thlsor 5nmm. Orders to discontiine Ott tper must be aheo0p0a13 ii piYmeont in full u to thle end of the current qurteorsorlt I si not 0e attended to. hoe reogulnr qlrters end on the 31st 30arch, 30th June, I Soldtembr, nod 31st Decmber. Or A DVIoRTIslNo:- AdoertlsemeOo ts ore charged for slte follooing mrts neal insert on x--1For tooo tines of ?paS, l~out lines, . ; sit lines, Os. Od.; e1gh0 lines. or on s Inch, ? every additional iochrls. 3d.; sith 0 reduction of 055-ou0 for thllrtoen inserto..s, nod of .o.othlrd for tsealty Adverttsomeats soil! be rercived up to...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864
Sirst sighlt it would seem out of place to; itachl much unimportiancc, in a country likei s· to causes which' tenobd to a dinmiuutti6n of' :tlhe extcnt of hind'.availablb for oulfivation; lwhenou it is borno in mid that vast as io extoeut is of unoccupied and unisiproved liid, the oxteiinti of soil adaptdd to agiibul-. turo bears but.a small proportion to the jiolo, it will be sieo that the considoiration s~cahi causes is by no means inappropriate. And although, so long as now ground cani be broken up, the present race of ctltivators are not likely to troeblo themselves vory oseriously upon the matter, yet itis evideit the time .must come whlien it will force itself uponi the attention of all.who areo accustomied to reflect upon suich qucestions fr0i om national rathor than an individual:point of view. If, i 'for instance, the sum tottil fd arable hlind whidch within these few yqarsi pat, ha?: been6h deprived of the pinciparl pdrtion bf ifts valie by tho exhlaustive s3'stem Of cropp...