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DARING ESCAPE OF A FEMALE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

DAlnrco ESOAFE OF A FEMALE PnRSONEn.- young woman, named Margaret Godfrey, escaped from the Town Hall on Tuesday, by extraordinary agility and daring. She was in the woman's yard attached to the cells along with another woman. The constable who has charge of the cells was busy swilling the floors of tho parade ground whlich ad joins, only divided from the woman's yard by a short passago. The officor had to go into the woman's yard for water, and missed Godfrey, whom he had seen a few minutes before. The other woman said she was in the water-closet, and the officer never sup posed for a moment she could have got out of the yard. On going again to the yard, some time afterwards, the officer became suspicious and called to Godfrey, without receiving any answer. Furthor inquiry proved that she had escaped. The walls round the yard are surmounted by sharp pointed palisades, the height of both being more than twenty feet. A water pipe runs down the side of thie wall next to the men's yard...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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Sydney Tweeds [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 April 1864

Sydneav FTwra.da . _,lb:R,?d??L::?I:?ci- q oof £15, for hu uasck f m1 stt •heats once couad the course; the rry to ho sold by PUbic auction immediately arinnu r to b oso vy l...... terthe raco for £15; nOyuorplns to go toihs funds; Jest cetraufle. - .Mtr el Alister'o br.g. Coaechy (att 1 0 di. ns'~ oUw'55.. 0 dr. r .r ,,t, .... Enpeor' ::? .. .... .** loo *oesl uaKlng'sr'O 02 .-..... orses ' b etlw2""" p 0n - ?. C irrn's r~m. Lady ?in y ·..····.............. 20 - w.Sce'orel._. r 03 C--rO . "ndwrs' b.m. Aantc Laurid ...s i... ...... j. 5OeAl5lstr5 b.g. Iroperse............ r achy very easily won the first boeat, Dont-yeou io i.n likte manner taling the second. Thes two core being the only ones qualified to start for the d eisivd hrat theird..ners sore plaredin an aw.t.ard mettcdie .,t t?o.,o o olistrr had declared previous Storing Cosuhy tlarthe was not to win, and the rsonbl condcluo isn ithat he was intended for th Consoltiosn Stakes next day. And with respect to Dont-.yeou-know it...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

' ; NEW ZEALAND. D13v tho steamship Souchays we have Auck land papers to April 2nd, being a week lanter than the news previously received. The latest intelligence is thus summarised by the Southern Cross :-The news from the fronit,, which we publish to-day, is of a very importaut nature, as showing that the i?ebels are doing their utmost to couiteract the effect of the advance of the troops upon Maungatautiri. Tho. most important intelligence was that received by telegram, at an early hour last evening, that Brigadior-goneral Carey had attacked a rebel pa at Orakau on Thursday morning at daybreak, and which was found to be so defensible that it was not doomed advisablo to take it by storm. The general had conse quontly surroundod it, and had commonced supping, with the vioew of blowing it up. The los o on our side occasioned by the attaik has, we regret to say, heon sovoer, four mlen having boeos killed and fourtoon wounded; amongst whom is the gallant Captain lang, who is dangorous...

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IMPORTANT TO FREE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

IMPORTANT TO F?REE SELECTORS. (From thae Albury Banner.) A?A oacE, involving a good deal of intorest:to freeo' selectors indor the Crown Lands' Occu pation Act has boon brought before the Police Magistrate, Mir. Giles, at Moama. It is connected with impounding, and no less a person is associated with it than Mr. Maii, whoso namoafewmonths ago becamo known to every selector and sqluattdr throughout the district, with reference to the construc tion of certain clauses in the Land Act and tho' Impoundihg Act, and whoso: case led to an open rupturo betwoon the Minister for Tands and one of the justices of the Supromo Court. As woelearn that future procooeedings are certain to bo..talkeon in coimoction with the yoseiht cae, we . now refer 'to it. The facts are briefly as fllows ;--An information was laid against Main, for alleged illegally impounding .some 130 head of cattle, the property of Messrs. Goldsbrough and- Co., and which avoro found trespassing on Tatal lia run, on which a free ...

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MR. JOE MORGAN ON THE GOULBURN AH-GOOSE! To the Editor of the Herald and Kronicul. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

I9R JOE MIORGAN ON THE GOULBOURNE AH-GOOSE ! STo the Eiitur oU tIe IIcaral anil Kronicul. Mil EDITUn,-I sea that tow my larst letter or soo yow have putt a heddin', sutch as " Mr. Joe Morgan on Purtecshun," an' soo on. Now I proflfrs a heddin' ov mi oan; and accordinly has dun soo on this ockashun. I intorduist yow sum time agoo to mi nabur, Bil the Shuimakur; atin' tolt yow 'ow he wonst whant round- with a soupsgripshun list for to git funs to souppoart the old JEomp ro in Mr. l'arki's timo. Ieatio a 'anchorin' arfter nooaopaipurs, 'as Bil the Shuimailkur; an', as hoe sais 'issolf, his 'iglhets oxaspcrashing is for to be Sutton Forest curry spondent ov a hinflunshal journoyall. Yet he is alwaies a findin' forlt with the nooEOpaipurs. Wunz Snair of of ourn youst for tow tailo in the Wronicul' and Dil youst for to borry it olf'im roglar; butt he was nlwaics abuisin' off it, an' sain' as thearo novvur wos ancythine in it wlitch he 'ad not awlrcddy scan in is oano Ilcarald; soo that at...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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POOR-BOX. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

rOOR BOX. To ?th Editor of the Herald and hronicoe. la,-Moro of the poor, gonuine or countorfeit, havo patronized my shop lately soliciting monoy than grconblo. -iay I suggest to the powers that bo, publicly, what I havo stated at our church mootings privately, and what is of general usage in the old country, namely, the provision of a Poor boxin the polico-court, into which the benevolent of all croads may contribute to, and tho bench of magistrates distribute from to applicants produc ing a Christian minister's recommendation or other wise, and thus obviate imposition, now often played upon privato persons, and oven bonovolent societics, who do not look through human nature so keenly -s the magistrate is supposed to. Yours, &c., E. BUTLER, Markot-square. April, 1861. .s.-I strongly think that all churches should support their own poor, and impostors be closely w?watched.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

Wanted, A BUTCHER, a sober man, to kill and cut up in tihe shop. Apply to IIUGII O'DONNELL, Butcher, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 671 Wanted, 20}00 GOOD YOUNG BREEDING EWES 4 on the halves, for a first-class sheep run 0n the lMurrumbidgeo. Apply at Willie Plomer. South Gundagoi, April 11th, 1864. 660 Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT, to proceed to the .ti country. Apply, before Friday, to Mrs. FUTTER, Auburn-street. 664 Wanted, A COOK. Apply to Mrs. W. DAVIES, ,I. Clinton House. 631 Wheat. T ANTED 500 BUSIIELS. by the undersigned. S who will give the HIGHEST MARKET RATE. TERMS-CASII. P. DIGNAM AND CO. Goulburn, Ist April, 1864. 590 Wanted, LAUNDLRESS. Apply at MANDELSON'S Hotel. 594 Ewes and Lambs, WTANTED to purchase. Apply to TIIOMAS SIOLT, Esq., Newtown, in Sydney; or to Mu. ALEXANDER REID, 121 Arthuroleigh, Malrulan. Two Pounds Reward. L os'T FROM TURALLA, BUNGENDORE, A BAY IIOIISE, about ilfteen hands high, branded Snear shoulder. Any person delivering ihn to N. H. POWELIL, Esq., lHrngend...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

COMJMERC?I AL. OOULBUIIN', Tuesday evening. W'nAT 0AND FLOuU.-At Conolly's Mnlll:--Fine flour, £23 por ton; seconds, £21; if less than Ihalf ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra; whleat, 75. to 8s. 6d. per bushel, the latter for prime samples, plump and clean; pollard and bran, Is. 4d. per buslhel. At Emnnuel' Mill--Fluno flour, £23 per ton; soconds, £22; if less thlan half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra; whleat, 7. to 8s. Clid. per bushel; pollard nnd bran, Is. 4d. per bushel. tallW00on SeocK J[anTE.--r. It . Craig rcports: -PrImo fat cattle are scarce in tihe market. On lMonday last, a portion efa draft was sold at £ 17si. 0d.hanlf, wereo.bought in at £3 5s. Tito leoding butchlers are open to buy-prime at about £3 10os.; second quality at £2 108 to. f. Faut sheep.--No de mned at presente Dreeding owes.-I have bad many inquiries lately. Ilorses. -Thee mnrketls glutted with low conditioned rubbish. Upstanding colts are very saleable. 'he Dispatclhl says:n-Our readers wil perceive tlhat flour lhae...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

YIsILEGIRAPHIC IN'lLLLJ,1G A7GCA [FoaM OUR CORIrsrONDErNTs.I SYDNEY, Tuesday night. MrIL .GL?A has resigned his seat in tho Legislativo Assombly for liams. The government promises to grant an' amount eqiual to that which may be subscribed by private individl?ls for the relief of the distress in the agri cultural districts. The Assombly are this evening again engaged on the estimates. £65,000 are .available for immigra tion for this year.

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MR. CHARLES CAMPBELL, BRITISH CONSTITUTION, AND DISSENTERS. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

Mn. CHIIARLES CAMPBELL, BRITISH CON STITUTION, AND DISSENTERS. To the Editor of thke herald ad Chronicle. Sn,--Permit me to claim a small space in your columns to remark on the utter recklnesness and inaccuracy of an after dinner speech of the above named gentleman, and which appeared in your Saturday's issue. The report makes Mr. C. say:- "TThe permanency of their connexion with the mother country depended in a great measure in the progress made by the Church of England; for no dissenter, whether of the Church of Romo or other wise, could have the same feelings of attachment to the English constitution." If Mr. C. made use of these expressions, I have no hesitation in stating that he must be laboring under some extraordinary infatuation, or he is a wilful perverter of facts. How can Catholics he dissonters? Theirs is the ancient church-the church of all ages and nations-the same yesterday to-day and for over-founded by our Redeemer, and with whose pastors He has promised to remain ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

SProuLTIn.-Tho match made to run Mr. G. Darby's ch. g. Chancellor, 4 yrs., against Mr. Kirwan's ch. m. Aila, i yrs., for £100, the mare carrying 8 st. 9 lb. to Chancellor's 7 st. O lb., caune o'lon the Albury course on Monday last, when Chancellor won easily. The distanco was two milos.-Albury Banner.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

SYDNEY SUIMMAlY. TletuRsDAn afternoon. Tue cricketing fever has at last almost died out. Lately it has boeen cricket, cricket, nothing but cricket, until thea Sydnoyitos are heartily sick of it, and I may safely predict that it will be long ere we have a visit from another English team. The pro jectors of the late matches have a balance on the wrong side of their ledger; and not only did our visitors not attempt to assist them out of the difli culty, but when there was a chanco of their losing the match yesterday, they turned round on Law rence, and in the most unjustifiable manner, indulged in a small amount of Billingsgate, which has strengthened the unfavourable opinion previously formed of some of them. The fthat is, they cams here to make what they could, and as easily a tihey could. Had the Victorian cricketers conducted themselves as the English ones did the intercolonial matches would have been knocked on the head sooner than they were. After all, .Parr has not much to boast...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

To the iioter of thre flcraih andc Chronitdt. Ma. Enrron,--Plaso permit mo through the columns of your journal to draw attention to the manner in which our liberal public carry out the arrangeo muents for the amusement of their follow townsmen. Doubtless your are aware that our cricketing season is now drawing to a close, and Goutburn as well as other towns (or rather cities), ought to hayO come in for a small share of the amusement afforded to our more fortunate neighbours in Sydney, &C., derivable from the visit of the All-England Eleven to compete with our young men in the manly game of cricket. That Goulburn is behind all other towns in the colony in social amusements, no resi dent hero can deny; and were it not for an occa sional tea-fight, or a visit from some Punch aud Judy showman, our share of public amusements would be indeed small. Now, what I wish to call your attention to is the faclet of our having in our midst a largo body of cricketers, and many of them not o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

To Farmers, &c. FTOR SALE, a very superior portable steam 1 engine, weighs 341 cwt., with wood burn ing fire-box. Also, a combined thrlshing-machino to suit, weighs 19 cwt., fitted with staple concave and beaters to avoid bruising the grain, and spring hlngers. W. F. PLANT, Willow Tree Works, 81 York-street, Sydney. RAILWAY AUCTION MART, OPPO5ITe RAILWAY TEItMINUS, GEORGE-STREET SOUTH, SYDNEY. HENRY GREIG, (Late of Goulburn,) BEGS to inform his friends in the Southern dis tricts that he has commenced business in SYJ?I?.Fy4lQ ........ - ..o...-·n ,o. . - u.*t.cvt .r"lv" horses, cattle, sheep, and all kinds of colonial produce. All consignments removed to Sale Rlooms free of charge. IAILWAY AUCTION MARtlT, opposite Rail way Terminus, George-street, South. Account sales tReatsDEcEt directly after sale. 83 J. K. CLEEVE, JUNIOIR, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, COMMISSION STOCK AND PRODUCE AGENT, Corner of Pitt and Bridge streets, Sydney. Country and shipping supplies promptly executed...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

PARLIAMEiNTA R Y. THKU5DAY-APRIL 7. Is the Legislative Council, Mr. Plunkett laid upon the table a return of the duties collected under the Tariff Act. T'ho Suporannuation. Fund Dill was road a first time. . Theo Bathurst Market Transfer Bill was read a first time. Mlr. Plunkott,. in reply to Mr. Dens Thomson, ttcted that the returns of Land and Territorial revenues,- called for on the 13th January last, were not likely to be completed sooner than two months, owing to the full employment of the regular staff of the Lands Department, and the clerk temporarily allowed for Parliamentary returns. The Cattle Export Bill was passed;. The house adjourned at ton miinutes to five until four o'clock onVedneosday. In the Legislative Assembly, . Miiistars stated, in reply to members, that the detail lof the management of'the expenditiura in connection with the Presbyterian Denominational Schools, were not undor the control of the Govern ment;-and that orders had boon issued to romu neorato the ...

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AWFUL CALAMITY AT SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

AWFUL CALAMITY AT SANTIAGO. (From the Alia Gdforniua.) Til telegraph and the mails per steamor Golden City havo made the public awaro of the fact that a lamentable catastropho oc curred at Santingo, Chili, on the 8th Do cembor. The following full particulars are taken from the Valparaiso Mercury : A few minutes before seven in the even ing of Thursday, the 8th December more than throo thonuand womon and a few hun drod men kn]lt in the church of the Iu manculate Conception. That did not pro. vent a compact mass from attempting to fight their way in from the steps because it vas the last night of the Month of Mary, and no one could hear to lose the closing sermon of the priest Ugarto. The light ing of the lamps. and candles had hardly finished, when the liquid gas in a transpar ency on the high altar, set on fire its wood work, and wrapped in flame a kind of taber naclo, wholly composed of canvas, paste board and wood. In less than two minutes the altar, about twenty-threeoo yards hig...

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FRIDAY—APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

FORIDAY--AIRIL 8. In tho Logislativo Assembly, there boing only eighteen members present at half-past three o'clock, the Speaker declared the House adjourned until the next day of sitting.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

TO CORIRESPONDENTS. Attention to Ithe fotuo tno r-oe will porevnt dottpolnt. mrnot:-lto do noot uondertoto In0rtt letles ohichlo are uooocpolonpnrd b/I an ssunrance Itoat eooleo have not bteen oot to other pbooos.-t Io cannot return ro/ootoo cono ,notootisen .- l'hIl/ tolllling to ,oase ordinary car. rec/tone, tee oust omit letters trlrb requirre re-meltilng to fit themfoJ r pulblicationl.- n'hen in rlndiata plblleilt mail he delire, omooo unooo icaolonos ou0ht to 00ac tooooo no ton ono thet Moodooos and Thursdays ;oo preceoding pobtcniotion- tte, nat toin oooryooooe be ornol/oti toith foe nooitcr's onne nod oddress-not for plubliatioion, btoit oo guurootee of goodfitth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

USTE ALA FRBEEIMASONS' HALL IIOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED MERAFOThD, proprietor. 'FISTCL8ASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle aaen. Privato families will at this hotel find the ote. forts of o home. Produce Stores. i ESSIRS. DURIHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by nauction or privately, at their Produco S:orcs, Circular Quay, Sydney. SLiberal advances made on wool, oheepskins, tallow, nd hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. .Circular Quay, Sydney. t1e ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. :TJAPER-IIANNG GS.--The trade supplied with " pnper at 4d. per roll ; light ceilings, 47d.; thilte marble, 6d.; Sienna marble, 9d.; oak paper, ld.; all kinds of satin paper, Is. 3d. 5000 rolls of jiaper-hanginga to pick froen. OILS AND C0,LOIS of every description. . ChANCE'S SHEET GLASS, all sizes. - KEROSENE OIL, in 2 and 4-gallon tins (screw muzzle), 4o. and 4s. Gd. per gallon ; warranted the purest quality or the money ret...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864

TI:E amtlgamantion of . the two Goulburn iapers was the result of one of the com monest and beet undeortood of commercial priliciplbs. Each paper had ceased to re-: turnz i .profit. That thie Herald was no longer remunerative, our books will show ; thiat tho Chronicle bad consed to be so, our -readers -may well bolievo when they are told that theo. lato proprietor of that paper disposed of it for somo £500 or £00G loss than the price at which it was purchased somo.six months beforo. Under those cir cumstanoos, it became necessary oither to abandon an occupation which had failed to provPid a living for thos6 engaged in it, or to.'nd6ivour toroudor it moro profitable by 6oouring and ondoavouring to retain an in creased iumber of supporters. .Thlose who entortnin a more sanguine opinion than we of the prospects of jour nalismirin the Goulburn district, havitig issued the prospectus of a newspaper, wte inado no remark. . Knowing. that two papers cannot profitably maintain an oxistonco, ...

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