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HAWKE'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
H1AWKE'S DAY. Vo taklo tho following from tho IIawko's Iay Horald of July 5th :-Thlo govornmont schoonor Iris rnrivod from Wairoa on Sunday, having on board t?ho civil commissioner. At tho timan sho loft, a largo rana?n?a was boing hold at tho Vairou, at which tovoral Waihatos woro prosent, wvhoso mission Boomed to bo to raiso, if possiblo, tho rosidont natiVes to at fighting pitch, Thoro im said to bo a pretty strong King party in this locality, and the movomonthas boon mot by Kopn and other friendly chiefs, who hlavo profossod thoir intention of flghtlnig if ncoossary on the side of tho Quoon.
NEW ZEALAND.—NOTES FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
NEW ZEALAND.-NOTES FROM TEE SEAT OF WAR. Br the barque Constance, Captain Elliot, we have Auckland papers to the 11th ultimo, Taranal to the 11th; Wanganui to the 9th; and Ilawke's .Day to the 5th. The news is fragmentary, and not very import ant. Tho Daily Southern Cross of the 14th says: Orders have been received by tho S dney siege train battery to prepare shortly for embarkation to Sydney. A number of the artillerymon belonging to the battery are at present at Taranakli, but are to be relieoved as soon as possible by a like number of men ftom Asuckand. The number of men bolong ing to the battery is forty-two, with one ofilicer. Two of the men have boeen kiilled in action since the battery arrived in Auclkland. Vriting from the Queen's Redoubt on thie 10thl of July, the correspondent of the sqmo journal remarks :-For some time past it has been reported that eoremero w?ns to be abandoned as a military post. This took placo on Saturday last, when the Kohoroa called at Mrermero rind...
TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
TARANAKI. There is no news of spaecial importance in the papers which have come to hand; but it was re ported that the garrisons at the outposts at T'laranali hadbcon doubled, and that an attackr was expected. In a supplement to the Taranaki Herald of the Oth we find the following:-The rumours current yesterday in this place about native movements are ronepoated more definitely this morning. It is said now that William King and a party of Ngatimania poete have arrived at hlataitawa-that W. King has beon to Tauranga and invited Kingh Matutoera (who is short of provisions) down to Taranali, whore, as he said, " there is plenty of food, and even if beaten by the paklehn, there is plenty of mamakul (treoe forn)'in the bush to live on." It is not yet known whether his majesty has accepted the invitation. Writing on the 11th ultimo, the Taranamli cor respondent of the Southern Cross, gives further par ticulars on this subject. Ho says- " It was reported on Saturday, that William Kidig had...
WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
WANGANUI. Woo have dates to thle 9th, and take the following from the ~Wanganui Chronicle of the 0th ultimo: Tho Maori prisonerst, taken at the battle of M[outoa, were to-day given up to the care of Ifori Kingi. Until their caso is adjudicated on, they will recoivo rations from government. The recovery of some of thoem from their wounds is oextraordinary, and raisets the question whether they have not a lower nervons organnsation than Europeans. It is to be foneared tlhat a colour-sergeant of the 57th, of tie name of Moerodith, lost his lifo on Saturday. He wont down to the Heads on that day on horsebaol?, and loft the blockhouse at half-past four in the afternoon. The horsu was found in the town on Sunday morning with the bridle and a stirrup-lanthor broken, and tLthough parties have boon out in search of the mising maun, he has not booeen found.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
TIrEniE is no doubt that a now commission of the peac was grontly needood long ago. The rol bore the namos of thoso who woro dead, who woro absont from the colony, who never attonded to theioir duties, who wore wholly tunoducatod, who wore incapable, who woro corrupt. The number of magistratos when compareod to the remaindor of the polpulation was beyond all proportion largo; and the commission seeoomed to have been conforrod in too many cases as a marke of distinction for the individual rather tlhan from ainy ideao of bonofitini the public. Under those cir cunmstances it is no wonder that.two or threeoo years sinco the Logislative Assombly passoed a resolution declaring that the issue of a now coninissioln of the peaco was impora tivoly called for. The wondor is that during the ninny months thoroaftor during which .fr. Cowpor remainod at the hoad ofI affairs o should havo never boon able to bring limsolf to the porforiniico of so imporative duty. 3ut with e Biurranmgong riots atat ...
CRICKET. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
CRICaKET. To eha, l Eior of the a enWlMd ayCroliclea Sh,-Allow m a spaco in your valuabloe paper while I say a word or two to the cric ulatrs of Goulburn, the Lansdowno Club in particular. Do you intend to curry out crichet this season in a manner that will not diugraco the noble game, and the city of Goulburn ? If so now is the time to set about the mattel as I suppose your ground has to be looled after, mtolgso hreld, &c. You may think it too early to troubloe youerselveos yt; but if you will obe advised by one raposry ncd in these matters, commonco at once, and you will not repont it. I addresas nmyself to tie Lansdowno Club moro rpecially, oas in my opinion willth them rauests the progress of this manly, hcalth-giving amusement in the district of Goulburn. I would say something of the game itself, only it would look so like presump lion, when so many abler writers have sextolled its virtues. Mr. Editor you can do a good deal if you will. ~Hoping that I may not have penne...
LATER AMERICAN NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
LAIYER AMIERICOAN NEWS. [,Rn ELOTOIC TELOM? ,.] SYDNEY, Tuesday noon. We are in the receipt of Amorican news to the lst June. Lee, tbhe Confederate gonoral, had retumrned from Spotsylvania pursued by Grant. A series of battles had takon place, in which tho Federals wvoro generally successful. Leeo now occupies tile bank ofthe South Anna; and Grant finding his position too strong to cntortain hopes of forcing it, has avoided the difficulty by crossing Panunlkoy River. Portion army within a mile of Richmond, had daestroyed railway communi cation. Ianks' army had reacied Now Orleans safely. Porter's fleet also was safe. The Confederates had again boon defeated in Georgin. Sharman was advancing. Tha Californian wheat crop has proveod a partial filuro.
GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
GUNDAROO. (Froe our correpalondaet.) SlTrs of portions of crown lands at this place came offat Queanbeyan on Monday and Tuesday. Thb lots went higher than on any previous occasion, some fetching as high as £31 15s. per acre. Truly we are getting up now, when land that a few years ago was not offered for, now fetchcs from £20 to £31 16s. per acre. A large number of allotments were sold; and the purclhasers are busy clearing, and are to commence fencing immediately. There is to be a public meeting hero on Saturday next (which I suppose is to be advertised in tie same issue as this will appear), for the purpose of taking stops to got the government to survey and proclaim tiho Iarked-trco Line of road from here to Collector; also, the works from hlero to Gunning, and frotm heroI to Yass by the Yass River. These roads are now I greatly wanted. If the M?arked-trco Lino were put in repair, (which I believe could be done for what is spont on the Lako alone in two years) it would ever afterw...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
'lELEGJAPHIIC INTBLLWENCE [Flost OURs CORtEsrPONnENTa. 1 SYDNEY, Tuesday night. A coUrILEMNTlTRY list of magistrates will bo issued to-morrow. Tihe trial of Cast, for forgery, commenced yostor day, and is still unfinished. Tho Coya has arrived with a cargo of Californian breadstuffs, and two others are duo. The Californian nows has rendered the flonr markeot firmnor. ADELAIDE, Tuesday afternoon. TiLn: Stow ministry recently formed havo rasigned. A now one is as yet unformend.
NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
NAT'IONAL EDUCATION. To t lEditor cqfl ths Hera l nl nChronicle. S,-T'hco real question at issue with regard to any system of educatio-. may be eunmed up as follows: -Are the national schools really irroligious, or un adapted to" the wants of the comnmunity? And what system can hobe devised to roplaco tlhem, which shall enforce religious instruction of such a nature that'all socts may moeet on one common ground ? First, then, are these schools such as their oppo nents term them ? No system can be called irreli gious which takels the Bible as its basis, and the whole tenor of the books now in use in the schools inculcates the necessity for recognising the Almighty in all his works; this is more particuilarly the case in the earlier series put into the hands of chlildren at a time when their minds are pliable and better fitted to receive impressions. 'It was said of old that on the two great commandments "duty to God and love to our neighbour," hung all the law and the prophets. The t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
Take Notice. T1HERIE is now running in my paddocks, Cross I loads. near liorrima, lthese last aix months n CIHESTNUT MAIRE, about t.4l hands high, branded T' near shohlder, stripo down face, awitch tail. The owner cnn haven her by applyliog to me. 1 will work her gently until sheo is claimed. TIIOS. BRENNAN. July, 30th. 1382 Tarago.-Notice. SUBSORcIBERS to the Iuorald and Chronicle re siding at Invoralonhy, Tarago, and Born are rspectflilly requested in futuro to make their pay ments direct to the publishing ofllce. Notice. ANY person found TRESPASSING on tihe lands or runs of the undersigned at LERIDA, in the county of King, will bo prosecuted. Mr. William Smlith is aunthorlsid to impound Iall cattle found thereon. T.. A. MURRAY. Windorraducn,Auigust 1,1864. 1389 T~he Thomas and Shepherd Testi monial. TlIE testimonials subscribed for prusontatlon to \losnrs..Thomas and Slhoplherd for their courageous and praiseworthy services during the flood at Goulburn on the 12th June last, will...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. Poice RaPonT.u-On Saturday Edward oKeys for using obscene languago was sent to jail for forty oight hours in doefiult of paying a tioe of ton olil lings.-On MIonday James Foley and Richard Allon, brought up for drunkeonneass, were discharged. l'esterdy tile license of Edward MIorrios of the Flag lHotel, Binda, was transferred to John fll. INUieST.--On Monday Dr. W?augh hold an inqoouest at the Goulburn hospital on the body of William flyan, who died on Saturday night from the offect of injuries received by a fidll from the loft of MIr. Law ler's lhay and corn store. The particulars of the no cident were given in ouir last jissue. The ovidenco of Dr. fIanford showed thist the deceasod's skull had bean fractured. Vordict-nocidental death. Tut: Coc.aerron 3JtAl. lRol.uty. -On Monday. Patrick Sweony and Eward Walsh wore brought up on remand chrrged with the late robbery of the Collector mail. Hioratio William King, deposed: I am staying at Windsor; I wnas travellin...
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
To tIhBoEItor of the llerl and Chrolicle. Smo,-As your columns are always open to the wcorking man, I trust you will oflord space for theo following letter, which I write for the particular iuterest of tho class to which I belong. In your issue of Wednesday last, I oboserve a lotter on the subject of education, and signed William D)avics; and, although not (as the writer asserts) addressed to Pater Noster, yet the whole drift of his article is evidently pointed to that person. I am not about to enter into that subject, which has been so roughly handed by your correspondents, that it would be extremely difficult for a plain individual to arrive at anything likle a lxed opinion on its tneritl: it seems to possessc no oventuality. It bas set a host of wordy warriors in battle array; but should a person interested in the matter, venture to offer on opinioln, he might truly sayn " the Philis tiues be upon thee, Samson." Each sido is predicting the most griovouo religious or moral derange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
Wanted, Y the undersigned, a RESPECTABILE MAR RIED COUPLE--man to plough and work on a farm--woman as general servant. CHARLES S. OAKES. Oak 'Park, August Ist, 1864. 1381 Wanted, AN ACTIVE EXPERIENCED BIAN to take charge of a hIrd of catrlo. Apply to T. A. MURRAY. August 1, 1864. 1390 Wanted, Y a private family in the country, a MALE B TEACIIER, meomber of theo Churhb ofEng land, who is capable of instruotiog in all tho broauches of a good sound English education. References required. Apply to TIIOS. WILKINSON, 133:2 Yallowin, Tumut. To Bullock-drivers. IMESTONE inony quantity purohased at the YITZROY IRON WO1RS. 17 Church of England. r IIHERE will be DIVINE SERVICE on SUNDAY NEXT in the morning At Mr. Gordon's school, Crookwell, at 11 o'clock, in the afternoon at Binds, at 3 o'clock Thero will alsohe Divin Seorvice At Belong, on TUESIDAY, tile 9th, at II o'clock, n.m., in ithe new church. After service thro will Io a PIUBLIC MEETING of the inhabitants of thle BIlong district, to or...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
SYDNEY?? SUIBIARY. MIouDAY afternoon. T.ie now commission of the peace continues to ex citeto the most unfavorable comment. The commie sion appeared on Wednesday, and on the following day the IHorald had a leader thereon. The writer did not venture to say that the commission was a good one; but liklo the young lady in Newton Forsterc who was too timid to state her name as a fact and offered it as a mild suggestion, the IIerald modestly hinted that perhaps it might on mature considora tion be found that the ministry had done well and thatif so they would deserve our gratitude. Since then the Herald has wisely been silent. It does not like to condemn the ministry; and I suppose that it can't defend them. The othler paprse however-the Empire, Freeman's Journal, and Dell'i Life--have spoken out boldly in unmistakable condemnation of the now commission and of honest reprobation of the principles on which it has been framed; and the provincial papers seem equally outspoken. The ministry w...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
TO CORIf 1SO'ONDENTI~. Atteatfon to the ftollltwnt rl, ?os li oroctl dslappotnt tnment:-lr do ,not undertr kto itttrt Iters* whitch nrr aotctompantltd b an asIranre thlt If lts ha1ve not bern snt to olther npaper.--II' clntnt ' lltrn frrcrtd com ;nlankation .--I'hile wlllll n tn omke odllnary ca ratllotl, Iro mIioo t lnil hltrs I i ichlr relolh'ir rr /rlllng Io /it Ithem for ptIblictlon.-- ll'hn imm dhatI r t 1pbl'lilc tla0ll be doired,colnolucnatioIn ooghott to relch o Oq tilosn on to# Mondtaopo .d Thotrsdoolo Itrocodti! Ittluh tion.-t 't ,osto Iit eoery ctet lAt f.llroltid thb Oht wtrlltot 1rlloam nult aotdrtel--nol for publicatlon,l btIt n a glarnnte of good fllth.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
A USTRALASIAN PRIIEEMASONS' HALL H IOTEL, 191, Yorkstreet, Sydney: ALFRED BRADIFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private fimilics will at this hotel find tihe cornm. forts of a homc. 1712 Produce Stores. , ESSRS. DURTIATIu and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepslins, tallow, and hIides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydnsey. 1293 DIXS0N'S TWIST TTIOE demand for tie above celebrated tobacco L having hitherto been so great t th the manu faclturer could not supply above Ihalf of thie applice tiono, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashty tobaereos, manufactured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has nowl the pleasure of informing the public that by arrangc ?nats made with his American agents heIo i...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
TO SUosclBlCRS. I, order' to at lostngr 'e inltncd Ito ndopnt a Ila'l thich I lheadl, Iplrsuled b vermnl other jpaper anld i ckttowledge the reerlpl onj re?ittanllc n this colmtln intenad of Iy ltter,. R?onTocrcrn ncrol,' fronm t r. C. B. ORnkes, Onk Pork, £1 132, It, MrIt, J. lllgtnlr, ?\?an Wolgn, £1 7s. fri.; 2dr. ~ ;rlldo; Jntnlor, Tunnit £2.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864
THE GOULBURN HERALD Is the oldest establoihed journal in tho southern dist?icts or New Southi Wales, and for tie last few years its increased cir culation has rendered it expedient to print it by steam. OF SUBSOnoPrrOr eight shillings and sixpence per quariter; o seven shillings and iixpenco i'f paid iu advance-that is previ ous to the coutulenonotint of tto quarter. Subscribers ar charged only from tho time of entering their oame., o by Orders to discontinue tho paper must be accompanied by payment in full up to the end of the current quarter, or they will not bo attended to. The regular quarters end on theo 31st tarch, 30th June, 30111th September, and 31st December. Or ADVRTIiNOs :- Advertisements are chargedl for at to following rates each insertlon :-For two liones of Rpacc four lines, 2s.; six lines, 2s. Od.; eight lines, or one Inch, 35.; every additional inchl, Is. 3d.; with a reduction of one-fourth for thirteen insertions, and or one-third for twenty-til insertions. Advert...