Elephind.com contains 56,668 items from Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864
TO SIJRSCIfJIIERtS. Inordcr ao snav postnp o s to intend to adopt a ptlan nwhtct is nlraea pursued by servera other papers and amtlnsnrtodno the rretclt of remital ncos in this columnia instead of by ilettr. RuiSrrnsio 1rcetytt framifr. 11. Morrlss, lttntln, 0ts. Otl. Day ofhloon'e DItuynn the Week; Monyt tin it*" Rn stedt 1hWY SDAY :.......... Apr. 11t 60211 lio 7 T UU 1S DAAY ............ 14 6 21 60 3 R SPRIDAY............. ,,16 60 tiM 6 1 WEDNE SDAY, A'PRIL 13, 1864.
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. PoLtec Rcr'olTr.-On Saturday Anne Whito having been three times convicted of drunkenness within the last twelve months, was dealt with as u vagrant and scot to jail for two months.-On noen. day, John Coghlan andl John Williams were sent to jail for thrce months, for stealing a watch of the value of I0s. It seems that the owner of the watch went into the Hlibernian Hiotel about seven o'clock on Thursday, lay down on a sofa, and awaking about 2 i.m. missed his watch. Prisoners had been several times at the houso during the night, and Coghlan had offered the watch in paymont for some drink, at the same time saying it belonged to Williams, and Williams claimed it. Subsequently' it was sold by Coghlan to a witness named Richards. William Johnson, on the complaint of George Col lins, was ordered to deliver up a dog claimed by the latter. Edward Smith Hall, on the complaint of Walter lloynolds, was fined 20s. and costs for'res cuing cattle seized for the purpose of be...
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 April 1864
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. Sir,- I was much interested by your report of last Friday's proceedings in connection with the arrival and installation of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Goulburn. It is matter for thankfulness &nbsp; that the bishop appointed to Goulburn possesses &nbsp; those qualities which fit him for his high and re- sponsible position. Sincerely do I pray that he may long live to bring his Scriptural principles and mature experience to bear upon the welfare of the church over which he is called to preside. But, Sir, in one of the speeches delivered in Mr. Mandelon's hotel, after the luncheon, I find com- ments so uncourteous, so untrue, and so calculated to mislead many of your readers, that I feel it my duty to publicly protest against them. I refer to the sentiments contained in the speech of Charles Campbell, Esq., barrister-at-law, and chancellor of the diocese. They are reported by you in the fol- lowing terms:-"To make thi...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE RronT.--On Wednesday John Bennett, charged with vagranicy, was discharged. John Shepherd, for allowing a horse to stray in the town, was fined 6s. The Rev. lM. Walsh appeared by his attorney, Mr. Gannon, and pleaded guilty to an information setting forth'that ho had neglected to give notice of a burial, as required by the Registration Act. Mr. Gannon stated that the rev. gentleman was not aware of the provisions of the act in question, and the bench imposed the nominal penalty of one shilling.-On Thursday Bridget Cavenagh, was charged with stealing three pieces of solo leather, the property of Mnr. Wm. Teeco. The loeather had beon found in prisoner's possession and was identi flied by Mi. Teeco, but witnesses for the defence deposed to the prisoner having taken it from a cask belonging to an old man named Parsons, lately deceased. The case was therefore dismissed.-Yes torday John Blonnett for vagrancy was sent to jail for a month, hnd Mary Wilson, an old...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM, Malta, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGiAM, Malta, Ist March. -Denmark has not yet consented to the Conferenco proposed to bo hold in Loidon. She demands the previous evacuation of Schleswig by the Austro Prussian troops. The Rigadag and King both declaro their resolu tion to resist the dismemberment. Kolding, in Jutland, is still held by the Prussians as a guaranteo for future compensation. The Arch-Duke Maximilian is expected to arrive in Paris to-morrow (2nd MIarch). The trial of the persons implicated in the conspi racy against tie Emperor Louis Napoleon's life hasl boon brought to a conclusion. Grado and Trabuddo have been sentenced to transportation for life, and the others to twenty years. The Confederate ram trials havo been fixed to take place in May. There.is no fresh American news of importance. Addresses of congratulation on the birth of the young Prince have been presented to the Queen at Windsor. Consoels. 01
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY INTELLIGENCE. London, February 26, evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
COMMEROlIA AND 'MONETARY INTELLI GENCE. London,'February 26, evening. Tho DBnk' of England has reduced the rate of discount from 7. to 6 per cent., and by offering to in creaso the reserve of notes stopped the drain of bul lion. A further reduction in the discount rate is not improbable. The stock markets opened at first heavily, but af terwards became brisk, owing to the pacific nature of the M¢inisterial statements. Colonial Governmient Securitios.-New South Wales 6 per cent. debontures, 1866, January and July, 99 to 100. Victoria 6 per cents., April and October, 110 to 111. New Zealand 6 per cents., 108 to 110. South Australian 6 per cents. 1878, 100 to 111. LONDON WOOL anrEOT. The inarket atrpresont is quiet, as bnyers refused to pay advanced prices on the November rates, pro foring to wait-for the March sales.: The total arrivals to date are 38,125 bales. Owing to tho:non-arrival of now wool from Port Phillip, as anticipated, the rates obtained at the last salon will doubtless ...
LONDON POOR ON THE SOUTH OF THE THAMES. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
LONDON POOR ON THE SOUTH OF THE TIIHAMES. To the £Editor of the Times. Sm,--Permit me through your influential and widely-circulated columns to bring beo fore your readers a few particulars and con siderations connected with a subject of deepest moment to the welfare of tihe com munity at large-a subject which has com nlanded a groat amount of attention lately, but the interest excited by it, alas i has not issued in any adequate practical results. I refer to the moral, social, and religious state of great masses of our population. As a clergyman, I have laboured both among rural and town populations; circumstances have given me the opportunity, and I have made it my special business, not only by reading and inquiry, but by personal in spection, to acquaint mysolf with the real condition of our poor. As regards our rural population, thoro is, alas! but too little of that primitive innocence, purity, and simplicity which many picture to themselves who taklco their notions from poetry...
THE QUEEN AND HER TRADESPEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
Tirls QUEEN AND i1?Rti TnADESPEOPLEn. have frequontly heard it said in a tone of censuro, that our court is a parsimonious ono -too economical, it is just and punctual in the oxtreme. It is certainly a fact that, as far her milliners and dressmakers are concerned, her Majesty likes to know the price of articles boefbr commanding them-a practice which her subjects would do well to follow; and all her tradespeople know full well that their accounts must be rendered every three months, when they are punctually discharged. Another example well worthy of imita tion, and one which, if the ladies of our aristocracy would but follow, they would find thoeasolves saving at least fifty per cent. on their former millinor's bills. They would too, at onco rob thl employers of one great and gonoral oexcuseo for overworking their assistants, an excuse which they consider all powerful, vix., that their capital is so locked up by the long credit they are obliged to give their customers, that they hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
FURNISH YOUR HOUSE WITH TIIE BEST ARITICLES FROM R. SI3B AL D'S, TTIS MAKE of IIOUSFIIOLD FUIRNITURE I s well known to bo ncet and elegant, as lie keeps first-class monterials, guonr tcrs his work soond, and invites inspection of the same before makling up. Mattrasses re-mado, Repairs done. CEDAR FOR SALE, 3000 FEET, JUST ARRIVED. WAREHOUSE, NEXT TIlE AUSTRALIAN STORE, AUBURN-STREET. 3559 T?HOMAAS D)ASON, Stock, Station, and Produce Agent, TS prcpared to receive, for Sale by Public Auction, Live Stock and Colonial Produce. ,SI Prompt remittances guaranteed. Sale Days: THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, AT THE DEPOT, Opposite the loailway Station, SYDNEY. Offices--Opposite the Commercial Bank, Sydney. All consignments removed on arrival to the Depot free of chargo. 601 DR. VAN IlEEKEREN, Consulting Physician, (Late operating Surgeon at the Bellvuo Hospital, Noew Yorlk, U.S.) ")ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabitants of Goulburn that ic still devotes his attention to the treatment of all Special comp...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
TO CORnnESPONDfENTS. Attention to the follooinel rulc will prevent dlsappolnt. Snntt:--lI'r do not undertake oo insert letters which are Sunaccompanied tlby an asurance that copies hatre not been sentt to other 1papers.-t'e cannot return rejected comr stuicalons.-?-I'lls wtilling to aknle ordinary cor retclinns, te taut onit letters tehich require re-riting to fit ther fnr Irbllcation.- n'aen immediate publlcity! mal be delrrd, comnmunications ought to reach us bIt ntoon on the Mondatstll and Thursdaysl preceding publlcatlan.- '?e ,ullstl I rr er crase be ftrnisehd with the writer's name and aeddreat-not for publlcation, but as a guarantee of foodfafith.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
halte b1 Urection. 'T TATTERSALL'S Bazaar, Cattle Yards, and Commercial Sale Rooms. PROPRIETORS, S. POTTER, AND CO. :REGULAR. SALES WILL BE HELD VERY ESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. nomcnco at loven o'clock to a minute. to ' Breeders of and Dealers in ,LE, SHEEP, AND HORSES, In the Southern Districts. DIGNAH AND CO,. , glad to nnnonceo the completion of their 'low Yards in Clinton-street, Goulhurn, which known as the ITORIA SALE YARDS, which they will in future conduct their sales of !.e, Sheep, and unbroken Horses. I-in stock will be sold at the' S'aluttion as before. is long bee na matter of complaint with Iprties • cattle for sale in Goulburn, that none of the g yards afforded adeiquate accommodation for g and classifying their stock. The advertisers' and increasing business Ihving brought this romminently before them, they determined upon g thlo dificulty ; and in erecting [E VICTORIA SALE YARDS, savo allowed no consideration or expense to them from providing for the useo of thei...
AMERICA. New York, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
AMERICA. . SNow York, 13th February. President Lincoln has issued a proclamatiop for tho onrolment of 300,000 mon to servo for at period of three years or until the end of the war. The House of Representatives .hs passed a rose. lution to confiscate the landed property of the Con federates in foee instead of for life after the inaction of both sides. The war .shows. symptoms of revival, several skirmishes having taken plaeo, in which the Con federates have boon invariably successfnl. General Longatroot, in order to recover ground he lost during last campaign, drove the Federals into Knoxville, taking possession of the Fronolh Broad RIiver Valloy which contained, ample supplies for his army. Suibsoqupntly he attacked knoxville again in which he completely defeated the Federal troops. In another direction the Federals were compelled, to abandon Tanswell and Cumberland Oap, On the Mkisalulppi the Confederate saoizod an blend, and took posessilon of Corinth and Fort Pillotw. At soveral ...
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
SMEXICO. The French oxpoditionary army will remain in Mexico for threeo year after the Arbduke ako ximi lian has been installed there, and it will then be re called in drafts of one-third at a time. During this period a nativeo'rtny'of 12;000 men will be organised. France illows tho dMorican government - years to pay the expenses of the expedition.
FRENCH TRAGEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864
FRIENCI TRAGEDIES.-cSomo of the recent murders in France deserve notice, inasmuch as they shed a kind of romantic halo over the annals of throat-cutting. One case bears, .mutatis mutandis, a certain family likeness to that fearful tragedy at Wigwell Hall, which is just now attracting so much attention. It was tried at Bordeaux-the prisoner was an omnibus conductor in that city. A girl of about eighteen, employed at a milliner's, used to ride in his vehicle morning and evening, on her way to and from her work. An intimacy sprang up be tweeoon the conductor and his fare - it ripened on to love; he proposed and was accepted-but the young fellow was a loose charactor-unfavourable reports camso to the ears of his intended. She broke off the match. He appealed to her in every way wrote letters inspired by the highly spiced novels of Eugeno Sue and AM. Foydeau. She was obdurate. He purchased a knife, called on her, asked her once more to relent, and her resolution being unchanged, lie stab...