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MURDER OF SERGEANT MAGINNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

13URDER OF SERGTA?NT MAGINNITY. (From the I5n yardd Tlmes.) IT appears that early on Thursday last, Sergeant Maginnity, nccompanied by Constablo. Churchloy, left Tumbarsmoba for Copabolla, a distanco of twenty miles; and on their return next morning (Friday) they encountered Morgan within fivo miles of Copabolla, at about half-past ten o'clock. At this time Churohloy was a little in advanco of MIaginnity, when the latter seeing Morgan, cantored up to Churchley and hurriedly oesulred of him who that was. Almost before receiviong a reply, he cantered up close to MIorgan, leaving Churchloy about fifteen or twenty yards behind. A shot was instantly fired by Morgan, at Maginoity, whoso horse rushed into thie bash: at the ~mo time Itorgum's horse took the opposite direction, leaving Churchley on the road, but as his horso was completely knocked up he soon lost sight of both of them. Churchlcy then retraced his steps na best hlo could to Copabella for a fresh horse, withl which he was sapp...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

ELEANOIR'jT VICTO'RY. ' BY THlE AUTi Ot O1" LADY AUDIBY'Sl SECIOET, &O. At~tlln xu. Xi.c ; ·,' '":,' i ,.,:,9!.1.'IA TI'HI X?'YXILI. , , , Ir is only natural that one painter should takeno an interest in theo worki: of anotlhor. Mr. Darroll testified no surpriso, therefioro, when Richard 'IiThornilton appsaredl at HIazlewood the morning after, his narrival at 'l'ollidle, under convoy of Mrq. Monekton and Laura. " I've come to say how sorry I was at your not coming to dinner Inst night, dear M'rs. Darrell," Laura said to the lady who was soon to be her mrotlher-in-lhw; " andti I .want to ask'you whethor I oughrt to have the spr iggd' morning muslin dresses, trimmed with pink or blue, or whIthoier.I' ought to have tliree of them pik and three bhlo, fobr .Launcolot might get tired of seeing me in the same colours, you kinow:, and.I might have two of them trimmed witll penchli, if it came to that; anid EXloanor has, come with me; and, Mr. 'h'lornton--Mr,. T'hornton,J Mrs. Darrel...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

Z ELEGRiAPHIC' INT'ELLIGEN CE Erno: I d~~on f cd\Rsounstakindrik S?'SYDNEY, Friday night. GAnmMiER is to'hobe tried at the forthcoming criminal alessions for shooting at Trooper Hosio, and on two charges of robber3. The judges have decided that the commissionors .under Tbrrens' Act are nbt authorisod to make rules for the registration of titles. '. ,Father Corish, of Bathlurst, died to-daoy': The salb'of leasoes -of rins of crown lands was nporly attended. .Tho lote sold wore fewinnnibor; and tho majority had to be. passed .. :

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A SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

A SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. (ram sthe Illwar,,ra Mercury.) TirrRE has been some talk of founding an ngrichltural college. It is proposed that a joinut stock comnpany be firmed, lamilds pur chas:d, buildings erected, and professors appointed, who shall tneach the practico and theory of farming to young men at the rate of a hlundred 1pounds per year. It is said that "no ankting or commercial undertaking mholds out such prospects of gain and large interest on the money invested, as this agri cultural college is sure to produce from tihe combination-of its capital with the unpaid labor of the students." To tlhose who know nothing about firming in Now South Wales, this schemo might 'Seem feasible, and to spemculators in shares it may possibly be attractive. To practical farmersitho :'schomo is an absurdity.. In a college nothing could be learned but 'what Scan be learned on a farm. No doubt pro fossorscould be fotlid wsho would undertake th teach all they knew concerning agricul :;tre. : But n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

UAS'R?ALASIAN FRIEEMASONS' IIALL S IIOTEf, 101, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED ,BDlADP~,RD, proprietor. FIrIsT-CLASS ACCOBIMMODATION for gentle Smen. Private families will at this hotel find the com ' fs of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. t .IESSES. DUITAM anol IlRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides. &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydlney. Liberal radvances made on wool, shcepskins, tallow, anud hides consigned to themo for sale or shipment.l Circulnr Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SMtEOI3ERS. ARIRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war Sranted. Best Americatn IIONEYDEW, 6s. Sper lb. PIPES, in nmeerechaum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to £1 each. 31 c At M. DE BARR'S. • 311 DINSON'S TWIST Ivge~rOHEAD. ( lIIE drmond for the above celebrated tobacco Shaving hitherto been so great that the manu facturer colt not supply above half of the applica. tion', twherlcy many, beinig uinable to procure it, were compelledi to subst...

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SAXBY'S WEATHER PROGNOSTICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

SAXBY'S WEATHER PROGNOS'TICATIONS. (From the .I. J. rIiald.) AccoISDo to Saxby, the .19th was to have been another wild day, but the date haos passed over with a continuance of ftie steady weatlher, though the rain rettirned- again yesterday afternoon. We are indebted to Mr. Tebbutt for drawing attention to tlhe fact that'our bad weather experietnces have by no means been all coincident with Saxby's dates, and also to the more important fact that on an-occasion when the alleged dis turbing causes were at their maximum, there was no corresponding result in the weather. It is by close comparisons of this kind, and not by general wonder at the accuracy of the prophet when he happens to be right, that the soundness of the system is to be tested. Neither occasional successes nor oc casional failurecs tell either way. Saxby might be right in his general principles, and yet out in many of his dates by reason of modifying circumstances which lhe could not foresco, and could not therefore ta...

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FREE TRADE IN BELGIUM [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 July 1864

'FRIEE TRADE IN BELGIUM (From the S. 2[. .Iraml.) A ~nRY interesting agitation is in progress in :1?30elgiums upon the subject of fiscal reform. It commenced in 1822, when part of thle morinarchy of Holland. The intelligent pso Spie, largely ongaged in manufueturos wero desirous of roduoing to a moderato rato the oharges upon imported goods. At that Stime, however, the spirit of all Eurolpoan governmuents was hostile to conmmercial free dom. Whether this enmity is to be ascribed to a deliberate purpose on the part of tlhe ruling classes (as ofteon imputed)-to oextract 1by' this means an indemnity for the loss of their privilegoes through the rovolulioinary war, or whether it resulted finon the ignoe. r?anc of oconomic laws which generally prpvailod-will bo assumod, according as more or less selfishness and corruption are ascribed to those times. Such, however, was the fact; and when we consider what the sufferings which were endured after the close of the great wars by the masses of...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

IOULOUI~ WIIOLESABt. PBIOOS OtURRlNT. 'herat, 8. . 1 q2L L bushbul £ , ,loor, bln, £20 Y toon ;EOn ; Pollard!, ls. 4d. r bushell; or IR. by the half too. ann, L. 4d.qt bubohel; or Is. by theo half ton. . Itrood, O/d. '2 -lb. loot. Mlatoe,4o. to:2t. rer bushel. Ilalrlu. Eogllob, 3s. 3ld. to do. "l burhel; Cope?, II. Cd. Oattt, I. d. to 32. Cd. '~ bushel. flay, £3 10s, to £4 10s. ? ton. . Blttre fre ton, 2d. to 20d. ? lb.; salt, Od. to 8t Clrterc, dtl, ? Ib. " ' ''r' Caiott, 5d, to lb. 71 Ib. Igo, Is. Id. to l6.Od. 2 dozen: Potltoea, 2,1 e0wt0 Onloat l.o& tO 12?.10 t; 0 c0ro.1 100 Ft Cattlt,¢ prlmt 1 from £3 10. toU ; 'mediumb£2 5s. to£a. Oren;, 12. to 01s.10. htead. P1q#, 3d, to 4d. P Ib . # ?k:"".. Pto .(retdtI),o3, to4. d.2111 b. . ltomttlo (rolmtl), d. g Ib.,,L, 'rolloo, £?00 to £30 ? t0 't o, litde, 50. to .& eat. . . Brptkttno. C b.; wshied 3d. lb. OC*rrnoa p eton--.ydony to Ooaubur;n,£ to £01; oulbura to Oydoney £3 Co £1100.1 tolbltrn to Lotnbing Flnt .t; Ooulbu...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

(Xi/ l M/e c??A .L. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.n.: We have just recoived telegrams atinouncing that in California the flour markeot is highor; and that con soequontly unueasiness is felt in Sydney and higher prices are being asked. It may be rememberedo that the Sydney mor chants have all along accused those of Adolaido and MIolbourno of ondoavouriog to cause prices to advance beyond wlht was really justified; and our metropolitan correspondents have evidently beeoon under the same improession. But there is ?mnch roteaslon to beliovo that the opposito view of the caso is the correct one; and it is certain that if the reprosontations made solmo time back by Sydney morehants had beeoon strictly correoot wev should havo received sovera cargoes of Oalitbrnian flour before now. As thlings are there is now overy ground to fear a further ad vance in the prices of breadstuffs. Wase r Ann FroUs.--At Conolly's M?ill:-Fino flour, £20 per ton ; seconds, .126; if loss than half toe, is. per 100 lb. ...

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THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AFFORDED IN NATIONAL SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

Efl RTELIGIOUS EDUCATION AFFORDED IN NATIONAL SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. iiit,-To quote from the Goulburn Argus in its last issue " nothing can hto of more vital importance to the future of the state than the sound education of Sthe children. On it depends not only the happiness P?families but tho prosperity and advancement of . p country at largo. Throughout all timno the . ucation Of youth has been tlto first caro ofthe " vestand most far-seeing statesmen and legislators." *' far we entirely agreo with the Argus. In fact, ' 0 one with common sense could gainsay such ovory t y recogniteil platitudes. But when statoments, P t forward as facts, are laid before the public, through howover insignificant a channel, to the effect that there are two systems of education in this colony: the one, the denominational, presuming to perfect a child's education by giving him a sound tccilar and religious education; the other, the I::tiotal, aiming at making him a hunter ...

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

GOUL1BURN STREETS. . To the Editor of thoe Hcrald and Chroniclo. Sio,--'lho advocates for a municipality point to the &sitoats of our streets as a reason why their views ihbuld be agreed to. Sh'ow, ifour householders would put a feow loads olgravel on the pathway in bad places at tihe cost of a few cshillings--or of nothing at all to those who heso horses and carts-the stroeets would be passable to pcdcstrians in all weathers. ,As to the roadway-there need not be much more diclltly about that. Every lshopleeper in Aunburn sleet miight put the road in front of his own shop in saol order at less than one-third of what the cor lration will rate him at. lIe will save pocuniarily 1u doing so and escape being called on to serve as an A!dnrsan--savo biting the golden aipple pleasant to ashk isinds to look at, but full of dust apd ashes 'ithin. The lue is an American institution. When a 5ssghbor's paddockl is to bhe cleared, or any other work of some mngnituldo to be done, the ncigh...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

VIOTORIA. (Froem tIe Melbourone Arour.) TVWE learn that MIr. Gideon Lang has given instrue tions for the commencement of an action for libel against the printers of the Riiverino Icrald, for libel lous matter contained in what purports to be a re port of the defenco of Mr. Corbott, the secretary, before the ltivorine Council, against an accusation of Dr. Jones. Mr. Lang disclaims any wish to recover damages, his desire merely being to prove his innoconce of the insinuations made in the report -that telegrams were tampered with and faleified with his hnowlcdge. A few particulars which the police have ascor tained with respect to the past career of Woods and Carver-two of the men who wore committed on Wednesday, charged with the bankl robbery at Fitzroy-aro worth mentioning, from the illustra tion which they afford of the dependbnce of crime in Victoria upon teqglish transportation to the Aus tralian colonies. Woods was sent out to Van Dieo man's Land under a sentence of fifteen years...

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DEATH OF THE REV. M. A. CORISH, O.S.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

DEATII O? TfIlE REV. M. A. CORISII, O.S.D. (From Ithe BatlurIt Times.) IT is mjth sorrow wo announes the death 'of Father Corish, whioh took pinco at tile I)eanery at two b'eloek on Thursdlay. Although but a short limo in Buthurst, his gentle, mild, and kind demoanour craneted a numerous circle of friends, and the grief consequent upon his demise is theleforo not emti?ely conined to nmembers of his own denomination. Following so closoly upon the deathe of Father Isurpiby, Dr. Grant, nld AAchpriest Thorry, tho loss of this gifted and zealous priest will lie a aid blow to, tihe Catholic population. Charitable almost' be. yond nmoasuro, he labourcd enorgetically to spread far and wide in this distant land tioe Gospel seed. About a month ago Mr. Corish, who, it may be stated, was sufforing from ill-health provious to leaving Sydnoey, was attached with a pain in his oeys, which becamno very bad--so loat that it wao with dificulty ho coul road the service of theo Mass. ion last Thiursday ...

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

]131 TI'I. ON Ilia hit July, bti l~riubuno Orovo, M~ro. QI(·oiO: lIAHiTN, Ofl IdILIgIlor(U. WVEDNESD)AY, dUL;Y. 0, isol..

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

GUNDAROO. - (Froml our orrinoiodean.) AT last tho Gondaros mail has boon stuck-up and no taoicos of 'tho robber loft; necording to the Herald tho jbSoga havo boon sl1tokon away contain-; ing tioir coontonto, so that sovoril will hovo lost by thor. But my reason for now writing you is simply to nob nqeoution. It appooro, acoording to tho HIorold, that tis ISodoy and eonday nighta' mails wont togothir-and the quiostion I wish to ask is " what wos the rason " Why did the Sundoy night's mail not go iwoyon Sanday night? Tho Sanday ·as thot coald not ho tho doloy,'I thinkt'oist whoovor is Is blomd f~or tho dolls)· ii rooponsiblo for: Iho' loss iusnitojod by t~hose ·who had monoy in them. Throo loiters of importonco from me wore posted on Sundoy morning, and of course had lhey guns on Iho Sandoy night thoy would have boon snlof, but throu~lo Ilia dolaly, tho3 as a maittr nf course will bo lost. Two of tish lottors contained ~~~nioo, i trpd otl~oo monoy lottor .from MIr. A. Ailcalong oritt,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

W1nT'rus n an attempt will Inb t made to pro cooed with the agitatih'r in favour of a municipality rolnaillns h soon. It is cedrtain that tho ground on whichl its advo cates ]lopeod that a now corporation would succood better than the old one lhas boon cut from under their foot and tlhat they are silont' on it now. They aro inmporativoly called on-that is to say if they poirsist in thile movoment-Leto show, firsttliat some evils requiro removing or improvoments offecting, and secondly that their schemeo is likely to accomplish this offectually and economically. It romains with tlmm--ans with all otlher mtn who desire to introduce a rofonrm or a change--to prove their case. They liavo no right to t call on others to disprove it-no right to ask others bfor superior planis: Theoy aro.tho lplaintiffs-the pursuers as they would be called in Scotland-and they nmust recover by the strongth of their own titlo'or'not at all. Thio only valid argumeont that we havo eoard in falvor of the estab...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARBY. Mo.unar afternoon. To! criminal sossions commtounced: to-day: The following is the list of eases:-Frcdorick.William Perry, fraud as a trastso. 2 and 3. Other cleirges of like nature against tihe same defendant. .1. WVilliam'Caroy alihs' William J. Campbell, anod Robert IHaswoll, forgery and uttering. 6. J.'W. Croft Critchett, larceny. O. Tlomas Wright, bestiality. 7. Alfrod Loewis, wounding with intent to do grievos bodily hairm. 8. Jonathan Jackson Robinson, abduction. 9. Ah IIoo,.wounding with intoht tb do grievous bodily halrm. 10. leinry Falconor, poerjury. 11. James Brown, uttering couritorfeit coin. 12. William Radley, arson. 'l?: Frauncis Christis alias Francis Gardiner alias Francis Clarko, robbery, beinig inrmed. 14. The same pri sonor; wounding (Hosio)'with intent to murder.' 15. Joln WVillinms alias. Crouch, Edward Pine, and James Iarrishdn, robbery. 16. Elizabeth Ioasvell, larceny. '17. Elizaboth Iaswoll, Mary Lduisa' Bain, \Villiam Williims,'Charles Cou...

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LATER AMERICAN NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

LATER AMERICAN NEWS. ricE ELEcRIUC TELsOiAPHI. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. WE aro.in receipt of ten days' later news from America. The following ario the principalitezhs:- , Genoral IhIlleck has resigned his commis sion. General Me Clollan resumcs.the comrn-. mand of a' portion of the arriy of thoe' Potomac. Thoro are rumours of an intention :to re movo the seat of Government from Wasl ington to Plhiladelphia. General Burnsido has landed okn Poninsula with a portion of thoe army intended to ittack IRichlmolnd. The North Carolinians have hanged seoveoral Confodorato. officors who were enforcing the conscription. Prosident Davis has oflbred an amnesty to theq North Carolinians serving in the Federal army. , The Confodorato forces have been. do featod in Arklansas. .. Congress. is consideored likely to pass the iroposod now tariff' imposing duties ono fifthl higher than those charged at' piresent. Arkansas has passed a froo constitutioi. The Florida is at Romedios. A Federal steamor has fir...

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MR. JOE MORGAN ON A MOONYSIPALLITEA FOR GOLEBIRN. To the Editor on the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

MR. JOE MORGAN ON A 100NY SIPALLITEA FOR GOLEBIRN. To the Edltur on tho Hearold. MIxsTvU EDITuR,-I seas by yuro paipur'ov Wendy larst that sum peopul is a wantin' for to gituppa moonysipallitoa agano in Golobirn. Nowtheo larst tymo I' wos thoir-wen yee leant no tho 'fifo bobb-my boolawcks.gott stak ritaio frunt ov tho bildin' as thoy cawls tho Mlick-and-hi tooths In-for-it, in a grato bigg gutur as I fo?n?d they:,cq.wls the Koropoorashin Spring-trapb, ot whitol"thoir is sovoroall. I was tolt that yew 'ad a Itoropoorashin wuntz, Mistur Editoir; and that thO springo.traps wos maido by thorn as incorrichmannt to natti. iridoostrio in tho kochomaikin' nc, and that Roo's Embarkashin aloud threm ilefo pur soent on thero sail for awl tho horses and boolawckts as gott atraned and gorld in tho toun. I arckst wot the' did; and Wos tolt thav tockht tho peopul, and got muney from tho guvmoant, and giv thurty boob b weak for a plaisO to moat in, and pado i pounds a weak to git thoaro bils maido ...

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

Roward. LOST, on the night or Priday tIhe let inntant, on the rand nbhot a mile on tihe Goalbtrn aide of the inn at Winalln, a VALTTSIE eontalining wearing apparel, &e., with a MACKICINTSi strapped to it othn the oiaie-uppoesned to lnave nl pped ofH the conch. Any one finmelg thie namo and seonding word to the offic of this paper will recoive a reward of 'TEN SIIlI.TlNGS. or leaving it at this omIler, a reward of ONE POUND. 1209 Stolen, FROM the Collector Mail, one FIVE.POUND C IIEQIIE, Number 53, Juno 10, drawn hy Thos. Kinmbehrley, in favour of Mr. John lhincksman, on the Onmmerelnl Bonk, Goulburn. Also. TWO ONE.P'OUNDI) CIIEQUIES drwn hy Mr. Murray, in favouorof James Tumbers, on the Bankl of N?ew South Wales; Sydney. 1211 T[IlII duties oft Mrs. ROSS' SCtlOOh will to Sresumed on MONDAY, the 18th insltant. For tnrmo of bolrd and tuition, applicntion to be made at thn Manse. Goulburn, 0th July, 1864, 1212 SAW-BENCHES. rylllI undersigned has nn salo, ritler wlth or with Soau...

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