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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
0.I0dyrrr~ootE' by several othoro )Ojloq,o aeb ahrorlo~otod the ,o~COIPt 'if rInntttaaccs t1t this oOtooontattoa~d oj· by 1100 leur~~in Et"~· Jl0010 £001 r. II. Irogarti,, tIolodanl, For ,ouoocttooo, £11 Ito. Id.; from M~r. .ltotoloi ~It 'ixoe, itooibnhi, LI Its. Id. SATU~RDAY,, AUGUSTI 13, 1161I.
AGENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
.G NTBS: Tl oflo 0flng agents ooro Luthorlto roeolvoo ubseribors· na'es otlw'rltsemiooo, ent d ordors for Job-prltio g n tile disfricts IIlfl0 tiorod in Ceonlcofon Oflil Ohlofrrrcnpootfoo onoornoond thcfr rrerf'p otif.bo 0ltaCtent dischfrge for off poymonoo modo to tolefk" ARALUfN fM. f r P. D erct an ."d If,. .. . . i]. l fowad C'otton if, ffI. .. ... Mr. JaotaO Porllt IIOOIUALA' ..... .. Jtrl oa ft INALON Mllt ogarfh tIfffLOffO ..OOD ... .Mieis Murphy SItAI1wooD .. .. Tlwoo .Ella hUiNhhifflOIIf f.. ohn Ford IUIOW........ John IMurler CO O.K~k ... .. .. Orles lynlcr OU±ND-AI . .. ChrAfcs itfrl h ,,NNI.O WItUnao uodd OUNh'hNfy 1'L.T... Clrlutoihtr O'tO'?rfod?' (Mr. F. .frgar, I reSo 00d Lh ..........fof lan n ord.?rift m itfLffilujOUI? M, ?3?r. (. itorc¢?8 orhl Mosr#. ords. c ,gffo1f iOD, CofttOII·lrOO0 ~'oi •lOON" ... .. ? ?L...D~aatd Bo l I'fOrUN ? Thoaola Larhfni (O rNflE]j.. , , lohrd MthlcOntIl hull'Or f OIyEET ... ... .'FrddrtloK .qlfngtm YI)y. .. .... A. Ca'hflo, Bnrig¢.sff 0...
THE GOULBURN HERALD [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
THE GOULBURIN HERALD Is tihe oldest estlblishleid jornral in thb soutbeorn distritsi of N'oW Sousth Wales, and for thle lst fUs years incrensid Sir. cultaiou has isuderod it oopedtiu t to print it by steam. TEnnShl: Or StassOnuerPo eight shillings and eisiponeo per quarter; or rsone shillings and sixpenco if paid il advanc--thlat Is pnse ons Ia tile cons nci menst of OIle qunartr. subaerihers aro harged only firom tim time orf ntrinjg their names,. Orders to disconitnue the paptr must bo assuoupanied h pantment in full up to the end o1 ths current quanrer, or they ;ell not beo attended to 8. Tihe rrgular qunriers end oaths 3ist Uarah, O0th Junes, bi S:eptember, and 3lst elussber. tiP AnvonTsles Advertisem ents re charged for ni the following ais tes nch inserion :--aor tipo lines of spaes, Ii. four lanes . Osi i lines, Os. Id.; clghtllnes, or onelcah, 3,; sswry addltiounalinch, ls. 3d. ; with a reduction of one.forlh for thirigen insertiont, and of onilthird for tweaty-thr insertion...
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XLIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. DY TII AUTIIOR-OF LADY AUDLEY'S SEORET, &o0. OllIPTII t XrLY. Tin letter written by the old man to his throe nieces was read lo0ud by Miss Sarnh in the presence of the eauger assumbly. Amongst all those anxious listeners there was no one who listened more intently than Gilbert MIonckton. Mnaurice de Crospigny's lotter was not a long one. rY DEAT NoIEnss--SAnAs, LAvsNIA, AND ELLEN, You will all throo te perhaps much surprised at the manner in whill I havn disposed of my estate, both real and porsonal; but believo me that in neting os I havo done Ihave been prompted by no uneind feoling agaiost you; nor am I otherwise than duly grlateful for the attention which IIhavo received from you during my declinling yors. I think that I have done my duty; but be that sno it may, I have done ihat whieh it has teen my fixed intention to do for thie last ton years. I havo maudo soveral wills, andl destroyed one after another, but they have all been in the umdri point to ...
A SINGULAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
A SINc;GuA S'ronv.-A very singular story has booeen lately buzzed about Paris. Six montllhs ago a young coupleo in good s;ociety married, and oentered upon house kooeeping withl a full stafl'of servants. About a fortnight ago the police ontored the house and informed its master that one of Iris male servants had boon convicted ton years ago of a horriblo crimeo; that they had just tracked him down, and he was wanted. The gentole man was astonished and said that thloro nmust be some mistake, as oeach momber of his household ihad brought with himn or her an eoxcellent charactr. The chef roequested t~hat the nmlo servants might be paraded. Butler, coachman, footman, &c., were sent for. The polieo eyed them narrowly, but their man was not thero. "I told you so," said the goentloeman, radiant with triumph, "you have other sorvants ?" said tihe chef. -Only women." "Lot us see them." The cook, the housemaids, and the lady's maid appeared for inspection. The chef took one Iook at th...
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. (From the S. M. Herald's King George's Sound Telegraphic Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
,LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AM\ r RICA. (From tIe S . i. JHrald's i'ing Gcorg'do Seoud Tel grelic Corrermt'odect.) AlI.smmi., Wcdnoesday, G a.m. The IBalclutha arrived at Glrnolg, at 2 o'clock this morning, nfter a passage of ninety-four hours' from King Georgo's Sound. Ilor passago down was 101 hours; she experienced furious westerly gales throughout. The P. and O. s. s. Bombay's passago occupied 176 hours. The P. and. O. Company's steameor Northam, Captain Sklottowo, arrived at King George's Sound at 6 p.m. on the 6th, having left Gallo 6.30 p.m., 21st July. Captain Ellis, R.N, lato naval agant, dlied on board July 6th. Captain Skottowo is in chargo of thie mails, Mr. A. Baylis, plrser. P]?sssr'xomlms.-ForSydnoy: Mossrs. lfRobin, aInddlostono, Nan, Williams, BIoyle, Goeard, ]lcrtin, Elliot, Powell, Smith, Assistant (ommissary)-Generallhartleot, Staff-Surgeons Lewin and Mc Dormot, Assistants Carson, Poppllewell, and Surgeon W"adsworth, 70th Foot.-For Melbourno: Mr. and Mrs. Sichol, Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
"USTRAASTAN FREEMASONS' MALL A MOTEL 191, Yorklstreet, Sydney: ALFRED OR^D-FOItD, propriotor. FIRST.CLD SS ACCOMMODATION for gentle mnn. Private families will at this hotel find the com. lorts of a homo. 1712 Produce Stores. aJESSnS. DURIJRAM nd IRWIN are prepared S to receive wool, sheepsbins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by action or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal nladvances nmade on wool, sheepshins, tallow, and hides consigned to lthem for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST TICE demand for the above colobrated tobacco Shaving hitherto been so great that the manu Ifacturer could not supply above hIalf of the npplica tions, wnIereby many, being unable to procuro it, oere compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in thie colony, but in the Northern States of America, Iohe has now tihe pleasuro of informing the public that by arrange ments made with his American agents lhe is now...
AMERICA. NEW YORK, June 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
A3IERICA. NEW YOnK, June 15th. Thoe war in America still continues. General Grant, after declaring most em phatically that hle would capture Riclhmond, lhns boon forced to abandon ovoeryposition ho has assumed; oand after a month's strategy and a fortnight's severe fighting the Federals have lost 100,000 men in killed, wounded, or prisoners. Largo reinforcemonts have been sent to both armies. The Federal government calls for froesh troops and a loan of eighty millions sterling. Aftcr crossing thelRapidau, Grant marchled dircct on Riclhmond, to penetrate the Confo dorato lines, with a view of driving the Con federates across the Chiclcahominy. A hat tle commenced on the 3rd instant, when the Confederates' position was carried with a loss to the Federals of 2000 men. Two days afterwards, at daybreak, Grant again as -saulted the Confederates along the whole line, and carried the enemy's entrenchments at several points, but was afterwards re pulsed, with a loss of 6000 men. On the 5th a...
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 27th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
GENERAL SUtMIARY. LoDuon, 27th Juno. The Australian April mails wore deliv ored in London on the 11th and 23rd Juno. The Quoon continues in good health, and h1ld a third Colrt at Buckingham Palace on tihe 21st Juno. The Prince and Princess of WVales gave their first ball at Mbarlborough House, on the 4th of July. The Dluko of Nowcastlo's health is much improved. Largeo and influential deputations of Aus tralians waited on tlhe Colonial Secretary on 22nd Juno, to protest against continued transportation, and referred to the Dulkeo of Nowcastlo's spooch in February, 1853, giv ing a distinct plodge that transportation to Australia should at an early date ceaonse. After much discussion the Colonial Secretary declined to give any plodge on the subject. The Parliamont and British people are ontiroly absorbed with the Dano-Gorman question. The London Conferonco hold its last sit ting on the 25th Juno without successful reosult. Tho Danish Plonipotontiary sovoroly criticisod tho inconsisten...
WILSON'S ADDRESS AT ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
"WITSON'S ADDIE.SS AT ADEILONO. (From lthe F:rceman's Journal.) Trll bho many mlisdeeds which John Bowie f.niaUon, the present Minister for Lands, On nhave to answer for at the bar of public Convceon must now be addecd that of deliber Prosidlnisrepresentation. So true it is that for Ith who deviate from the path of duty must at ,g recourse to falsehood and deceit in nnnoulr to preserve a certain show of consist nominr and outward impecability. The sub Th of the present article, we need srcarcely he s was one of the most rampant of domo lrercrt that ever entered thle walls of the ro-,onoslative Assembly; but the quieting in The race of office has rendered him the meeok Sccret of lambs that receives the political 1ubs dropped from the tablo of his chief, iuttei we are not surprised that on his recent Thd to Adelong hIis formnnor friends gave him the rcunwelcomno reception hle meot with. The c:ut lintors of that locality were not to be bam aI,,thlcd by the plahtitudes and statements of...
THE GARDEN.—CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
TIIE GARDEN.-CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. (Frtom tlw Yeoman) . KirTrcm G.LDEIX.-TheO season is rather backward, owing to the cold and wet weather. It is unfortunately the case, that when rain does come in general we have it in a deluge, the extromo dry weather being oqually unpropitious; henc we havo it either too wet or too dry. The weatherin Australia is never two seasons alike. We can control the growvth of our crops in dry seasons by the aid of irrigation. It is a system for promoting the growth of vegeta tion of which we appear to be very slow to avail oursolves. Any well-arranged system of irrigation can scarcely yet be said to exist in Victoria, or perhaps the other colonies, though irrigation is the chief means of main taining population and increasing wealth in all countries situated, as we are, under a tropical sun. If the weoather proves favourable, there is a great deal to be done in the garden this month. Sow in quantity peas, beans, turnips, boot, and carrot. One of the best e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
Australian Alliance Assurance Company, OR FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE, and Guaranteo for Fidelity. CAPITAL, £250,000. NEW SOUTII WALES BRANCH. Sydney Oflices-Exchango Corner, P'itt-street. ItOAR1) OF MIANAGEMENT: lion. J. H. PLUNKEeTTe, QC.O., .L 0. W. IH. ELDnED, Esq. Secroetary-JonN. MALtrIN, Esq, LIFE DE'PARTTIEeT--75 per cent. of the profits re turned to the policy holders. Finn DEP'AR5TMENT--5 per cent. ditto ditto,. The assured thus have the security of a largo sub scribed capital, and the benefits, without the part ncrship liability, of mutual assuraonce. W. EVANS DIGNAM, 109. Agent for Goullburn. lOUGHS, ASTIIMA ANDI) INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION are effectually cured by Keating's Cough Lozenges. JUDGED) BY THIIE IMMENSE DEMANDI this UNIVERSAL REnED0Y0 nOW stanlds the first in public favor and confidence; this result has been acquired by the test of lifts years' experience. These Lozenges may be founld on sale in every British colony, and throughout Indlia and China they have beeoon hi...
LATEST TELEGRAM. LONDON, 4th July, and Suez, 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
LATEST TELEGRAIM. LoSDo., 4th July, and Suez, 5th. The Prince of "Wales and Lord Palmorston attended the Trinity HIouse banquot. The Oxford Tests Bill was lost by a majo rity of two. The intended vote of censure on the ministry is expected to result in a majority of twenty against them. If defeated, a dis solution is expected. Earl Derby is laid up with gout. Austria and Prussia officeially repudiate thle ioly Alliance correspondenco published by the Morning Post The Danish loss at Alson was 3000. In the Federal repulso at Petersburg the loss is ustimated at 8000. The Gold Bill has passed. Marlket excited. gold 210. The London sheriffs olected woro Mossrs. Besley and Daklin. Arrived-Presidont and Aboukir.
RULES OF CROSSING BREEDS OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
lULES OF OROSSING BREEDS OF SHLEEP. Di. Randall, in his Practical Shepherd, closes his chaptor upon this subject with the following recapitulation: 1. That it is wholly inexpedient to cross merino sheep with any other breed to im prove tile merino in any of the characteristics now sought in that breed. 2. That while an infusion of morino blood is highly beneficial to unimproved coarseo families, to increase thie fineness and quality of their wool, it injures the improved mutton races more in size, early lhaturity, propensity to fatten, andprolificacy in brooeed ing, than it benefits them in respect to the fleeco or otherwise. 3. That no valuable intermediate family of permanent hereditary charactor has yet boon formed, or is likely to be formed, by crossing betweeoon morinoes and coarse shleep; and that the only successful continuous cross between themn is when tlhe objectis to merge a coarso-woolled family wholly in the merino, and when the breeding is steadily continued towards th...
NEW SALT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
NEW SALT WORKS. (I:rom the .1~eourine Arguts.) SALT is just one of those indispensable articles of groeat bulk, in proportion to its value, which ought not to be prepared at a distanceo from where it is used; yet we continue to bring from the other side of the world all that is needed for these colonies. Truo, carriago by water is not very high, and the Liverpool ships, when in want of dunnageo, or some compact substance to fill up chinks and crannies with, mnake a great reduction in the ordinary clhargeos; still the freoight is from thirty to fifty shillings a ton, and the first cost of thie salt itself may be from ten to fifteeoon, or about one-thlird of the freight. Thus, the consumer las to pay at least four times as much as his salt should cost him, and solely because, absorbed in thoughts of greater things, our practical men of business have not as yet had time to pay. muchl attention to the lessor econo nuies. Attempts have to a certainty been mado for the homo supply of this...
INDIA. CALCUTTA, 18th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
INDIA. COALcvrnr, 18th July. The Indian govornment intend introdue ing difforent kinds of currency notes in each presidency. The enlistment of seamen in Calcutta for the Fedoral states attracted the notice of go vernment. VWasto lands are bought up with rapidity. 42 rupees per acro has beeoon paid in Assam. BoxrnaY, July 18. A decisive battle took placo oni the 2nd Juno boteeoon the armies of the Amoor of Cabul, and his brother Ufsal Klhan. The latter was defeated with loss of 2000 killed and 1000 prisonors.
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (VIA MALTA.) LONDON, July 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
LATEST SPECIAL 'TELEGRAIMS. (VIA MALTA.) Loxvox, July 1st. The English government declines active interfeoronc for )Denmark. A Conservative mooting has boon hold, at which an indictment against the ministry in the shapo of an address to her Majesty was drawn up. A resolution is to be moved by Mr. Disraoli on July 4th, thanking her Majesty for placing correspondonc before parlia mont, and expressing dooep concern at the failure of the conforence, and regrets that by mismanagement the influence of EIngland has boon lowered. Mr. Kingsloy is to move an anmondnont expressivo of santisfaction at our abstinence from armed interference. TIostilitios had re-comumenced. Alson had boon captured by the Prussianus. Jutland was occupied as.a pledge. The entire Con federatiDn join against Denmarlk, and the Allioes declare tlhemselves free from their late concessions. A naval engagement at Holigoland is inuminent. Goeneral Grant's wholo army is south of James's Rliver. Sheridan's corps has been def...
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL NEWS. June 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
MIONETARY AND COIMMERCIAL NEWS. Juno.27th. Tho money market, since the rcdliction of the bank rate to 6 per cont., is steady, with a tendoncy to stringoncy. Lowest rates for bills in general markot, 6 por cent. for short loans in E!ngland. Government securities 4 to 5 per cent; consols for money 809 to }; ditto for ac counts, 89) to 0l0. COoLr.oAL GovxEu.uErT SECURITIES. Victoria six per cents, April-October, 100 to 110; Now South W?ales live per cents, 1866, 100 to 101; Now Zealand six per cents, 100 to 111; Queensland six per cents, January-July, 108 to 110; South Australian six per cents, 109 to 111. SThe total exports to Australia show an in crease over the provious month of £200,436; the bulkl of the increase is to the Melbourno market. The exports to Meolbourno for tlhe month amooints to £513,212, against £374,366 for the preceding month; increaso £138,846, principally in fine goods, wrought leather, appareol, and tobacco. To Sydney and Moroton fay the exports only show an inc...