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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

SPAIN. Tho Government has resolved to retain possession of the Chincha guano islands, until the Poruvian Government makeo com pensation for wrongs done. Chili and Bolivia have joined Poru against Spain. The Chilian squadron is orderod to Poruvian waters.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

TURKEY. Prince Constoa has parted from the Sultan on most satisfactory terms, and concentra tion of Turlkish troops on tho )Danubo has boon countormanded.

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

SCRICKE?.' To lthe Editor of th Heralndd Chronile Vo may shortly expect the cricketing season, with your permission 1 wish to mako a few r - respeocting this manly gamno. Tile cricotin it hasbuon very faint among thue working clas Goulburn fobr the past season or two. I know not y; I soo no counter-attraction whateer. Our ast mndical men tell us that no amrusement is so ential to a mnz as that which lafLrdsi recreation the mind as weoll s the body, and I venturo to that no musnement tends to accomplish thlose : more than does the game of cricket. lNow for sum of sixpence per woeek each memober, (und I eve that would bo no great object to any of o,)I icket club could be supported, if forty could out of that great fraternity callod working men. Sin a community like this, to contribute six Ico oach wooeekly would not obe difficult. I think I might venture to say thorn are forty men in this city to whom a game of cricket would ho an absoluteo nccossity. I alldlo to persons that are shut...

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

GREECE. Grook troops wero landed at Corfu on Juino 1st. Tho King loft on tho 24th instant for Athens after a most hearty recoltion.

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CLARK, ALIAS GARDINER. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

CLARK, ALIAS GARDINER. To the EMItor of the lernld and Chronicle. pio,--loving bcen absent for someo monthll, durintg uhich the albovo notorious bousbrngor was tried nud ound guilty, I observed that liiI Honor the Chief ustico, in passing sontonco, commented on some >otition from Gardiner, presolntod som timo pro iously, for a pardon whilst ho was tholding a ticket f-loaio for Carconr, and which was strongly recomn dnded iv Isnnac Slhopherd, J.P., of Wlrheo, and ther. 1Now, as I amppon to bo lhat individual, I eg thus publicly to oltato tlhat I noveor lheard of iardliner until hle became notorious ns a bushranger, nld that tho signaturo to the recomneondation is a rgery. I may stite tlmt having recently had an pportlnity of seeing tho document in the colonial ,crotary's oflico. I was strucd by tiho similarity of jo prieonor's namo and that purporting to bo mino. oth names appear to hlavo been wrtlein by tho o0 porsop, and witli thn eamn ink. In consequeinco of the remarks mnado b...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

MEXICO. The Emperor Maximilian arrived and was received with great enthusiasm. • Seoveral battles fought resulting in favour of the French. The hfuturo army of occupa tion will consist of 16,000 mon; 8000 will be French, 6000 Austrian, and 2000 B3ol gian, commanded by a Fronch General.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

COAJMMIE1GIAL. poets that unfortunately ... ns. before our formoer and which can scarcely, foil to be realized must proevnt much improvement. Thoroas but.too much cocson to fear that amongst tihe sottlers, already em barrassod from tho elfectc of tho past two unfavor iblo seasons, there willbo much distresa end absoluto poverty ere long. Thu pricee ot ovcry description of produce may bo consdered nominal, is nothing is coming to town. Tho prices quoted below however are whot would probably be obtained. Tho rates of carriago also may be considered as nominal. " W1ieAT Asn FLOUn.-At Conolly's 2Iill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; i less than half ton, ls. por 100 lb. extra. l'ollord ls. 8d. per buohl. reDail; bran, Is. 4d. porbushlelrotail. WVheat, 8s. Od. to Do. Gd. per buslhel. At Emanuu l's Mill:--Fino flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, ls. per 100 lb. extra. WVhoat, 8s. Gd. to s. Gd. pier bushoel, accord ing to sample; bran and pollard, le. 8d. per bu...

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RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSIES IN NEWSPAPERS. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

RELI;GIOUS CONTROVERSIES IN NEWS PAPERS. To th, Editor of th/ leraotl and Chrootcle. Smnn,-Nothing is so bad in small communities as ro ligious discussions in the columns of the press. The heart-burnings, jealoaseics, and disputes which arise out of it are demoralizing in the highoest degree. They tend to debase the social and moral condition of tihe people, becnause of tilme endeavor to lesoosen the iniluoenco of olne side, or becanuse it may be to give more importance to tihe peculiar sect whoso tenets are thie sbject of approval. It is piainful to road the various articles on roligi oms creeds that have appeared lately in the columns of one portion of the Goulburn press-one section of Christians reviling the other, and ondeavonring to turn into ridiculo beliefs, customs, and forms which are foreign to their own. A pity it is that journalists allow such matters to appear, more par ticularly in small communities. They cannot but have a most injurious effect by destroying in time th...

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

Wanted, ULLOCK TEAMS, to onvoy a quantity of hny from Mr. Cutmoro's, Inveralolchy, to Jembaiumboone, nnear Braidwooed. Apply by leotter, stating rate per ton, to GEORGE SUMMERS, Post-oflio Storoes, 1427 Jemnbaicumben. To Labourers. TrTANTEI), four or five men to breakl stoneo andl I' swork on thu roads. Also two men to split billets. Apply to. WILLIAMI IKENNEDY, 1445 Towrang. Wanted, N" OVERSEER, experiencedol in the manageo pl meat of sheep Uand Uattle, and a ftorm ogenerally. Apply, by ltoter, to T, A. MURRAY. August lOth, 1864. 1453 Teams Wanted, AT Rotherwood, Lako Bathurst, to load for . Sydney. 25th July, 1864. 138 Wanted, O ATEN OR WHEATEN hAY C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaicumbenf Floor Mills, 1070 Near Braidwood. Wanted, MA ID SERVAN T. Apply to bins. 1. SOWERBY, Parsonago. 1417 Strayed, . TROMI urrowa throeo bullocks of tho following r~descriltions:- OnF ED BULDOCK branded JH off rump, No. 2 on off thigh. RED and WITE SPOTTED BULLOCK branded WILD on the rihs. BRINDLE and WHIIITE ...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

aotutI~ttlo WIILIIor~aLO t'OtattO 0000007.T tVncot, 001. Ild to to. Oil. 00 booboal. Floor, 0cc, £2841' too;aoccondo. £212. PotloocI, Is. Old. tl booliot; or, baIy tboa tBotf to. Thoo~, 2o. U.a 't buabol 00 20. by tIcl bolr too. flecd, tot to 701.0 2-lb. too£. Motcor, 20. Oct. to 4o. p00 boohlco. 2. florloc. i2001lotc, 2o. tOt, to to. b.bulrotct; Copo, (l cOot,, 20. Oct. to 3o. Oil. E bluolot. flopy, £2 Ito. to£ 2llo0. P too. ltctclr,, tocobl, 2. 0012.; tolt, OiL, to lid, Choooo, 401. ~ lb. Oncoco, Oil, to Oot. P lb. EtoOI, O.to201. 'tOd otoceo. Polnot~c. 20. to 20. Ool.7r00 001005r, bc., to bt. W 000t.2 000000. Fog OColtlr, pobocu, (coof L~t20. to £4Ll ooodt ooc~u,£2 to. to £2. Olco 22 to t1o t ~toooot. Oboccoa;lo,~to,, Ol. cohoote Tot. 00lb. Obootoco 0 toon-Oyotooy to (lolburn, £4 t0o, to £2; (aloot loaro to Oyctooy, £21 to £21. 200.1 (ioulboro to Lozoblog 7100, £0 to £01 (oolbor,, to Acsloloo, £7 to £01 (loot. looro to Tomot, £7 to £01 coulboro to Kltootlro, £210 tloulboro to Wog...

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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864

CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIIDENCE. - There are on record many cases of innocent parties who have been convicted on purely circumstantial evidence, and some have been hanged on such evidence, protesting their innocence to the last. Many years ago a case of this nature occurred in Leith. A respectable widower and his daughter lived in Leith. The maiden had fallen in love, as other maidens had done and will do. The father disapproved of the match, and they had fre quent quarrels about it. On one occasion they had an angry altercation, and the neighbours heard the woman complaining bitterly. The father was soon to leave the house and pass rapidly along the street, and shortly after something heavy was heard to fall on the floor. Curiosity caused the neighbours to run to the door, and they were horror-struck to find the maiden dead on the floor; she had stabbed herself to the heart. The police were called in, and as the neighbours were describing what had takon place, the father returned. He was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

T., NOWLAN, SOD A - WA T E R, LEMONADE, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, 1VIOINTAGU 1E-STREET, GOULEURN. 2642 PICKLES, SAUGES, JAMS, &c., (Free from adulterntion,) OOM5JaoAOTUnED 15T CROSSE AND BLACKWELL, Purveyors to tle Queen, SOIIHO-SQUARlE, LONDON. C"ROSSSE ANDT BLACKWELL'S various first Sclass manufactures are obtainabhlo from every respectable provisiondealer in the world. Perohasers should insist on having C. antd Il.'s goods when they ask for them, as it is not at all unusual for inferior preparations to be srubstituted. Their Pickles are ail prepared in Pure Molt VinoeRoar, and are precisely similar in quality to those supplied by them for use at HER MAJEST"S TABLE. C. and B. invite attention to the following:-Pickles, Tart Fruits, Sauces of all kinds, Jams, Potted Meate, Durham Mulstard, Orange Marmalnde, Essence of Coffee, Calf's-foot, and other table jellies, Pure Mushroom Cat.sup, and numerous otlher articles, all of which are of the highest quality, and are prepared w...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

Td.LEGRAPIIIO IN1N'ELLIG ENCE [llROM OURo COIoElsPONDENT8.] SYDNEY, Tuesoday evening. rI. Caexa.cmeao has loft for Qucanboyan to open the new olectric telegraph station there. The floodls re subsiding. \\Weatlher fine. Ilsiness dull. Flour depressed; Adolaido knocked down at auction for £22 10s. Insubordination has beeoon manifestoel by prisonoers in Darlinghurst jail. The ringleadors have been punisheod. Tuosday night. The Bathurst mail was robbed on Sunday night near Mount Victoria. Letters taken and passengers plundored. Smeeooting has boeen hold by the creditors of Francis Giles and Co. The liabilities are nearly £150,000. The police have soized Ben Hall's valiso, contain ing £300. IRAIDWOOD, Tuoesday, 2 p.m. Ti: gold escort leaving hero this morning, takes down 2253 ounces 9 dwts. of gold. Weather clear and fine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

Wanted, FOR tlhe country. a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mus. TIIIROSBIY, at MIrs. Arnheim's. 1465 Wanted, Y n experienced SHEPHERDING PAMILY, a situation on a Sheep Station. Address SII&HEPHERIID, Goulburn Herald and Chronicle office. 1470 Wanted, A HOUSEMAID and LAUNDRESS. Apply to SMRS. THORN, Brisbano Grove. 1469 IIIREE HANDS WANTED IMMEDIATELY. J Apply MI. R. EARL, 1478 Sloane-street. Wanted, A COMPETENT MAN to take chargo of an entire horse for the season. W. DAVIS, Gininderra. 14th August, 1864. 1462 Wanted, AN OVERSEEII, exporiencod in the managr ment of sheep and cattle, and a farm generally. Apply, by letter, to T. A. MIURRAY. August 10th, 1864. 1453 Lost or Stolen, a MIail Parcel. SPARCEL directed " MIrs. FAUNCE, Dodsworth, Queanbeyan," containling one boys' black cloth coat marked "dg." and twvo dark doeskin youths' coats markled "dcf." Sweenoey, coachman, stolates that it was left at Davis's, Gininderra, at 4 o'clock asm. Thursday, June 30th, in Moran's mail-coachl...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

OOLl.0ttRN tWIIOLE- ALE t'I010 001 UtlNT. ,Wheat, ts. Cd. to to. Cd. , bUsBel. toler, olue, £2S I toe; ?,o.·'ot, £27. Poltard, is. dd. - bushelo ; or 1s. by tho htf ton. ttao, is. 4d. 8 bushelt; or it. by the htaf ton. Itreaot, Od to ld. 2-tob. loot. aItoto, 2s. Cd. to do. t er busohl. lolrkoo. J'ngtith,, s. Cd. to 40. p ubhel; Cape, to. Cd, Oatsl, o. 0d. to 3s. td. p bushrl. Croy, £3 1ts. to £4 lOs. p ton. Blatter, Ireslll,. 8 lb.; satI, 8t to t4, (tberts, 4dd? tb. oRco,,. Id. to od. P lb. 13gp, Id. to 10d. p dooen. Potatori, 3S. to 3.. td. prwot. Oionlt, 10t. to 122. p owt.; sOareo. Fat Cotltr, potme, framl itt10. to £4 0e its m oUot,£l0; to £.3 St/e}e. 1t. to 1so. p bead. Piqt, 3d. to 44. F lb. lteJ (retail), 34. to 4d. p lb. Mutton (retell), 4d. p lb. Tultolr, beot, £20 to £27 p toe; mutton, £20. Hoder, Cs. to ta. erant. t8111oaO..o, Cd.; wabhed 14. p lb. ,rrlage p toa--Sydney to Goulburn, £4 10i to £5 1u0" burn to sydney, £2 to £8 10.: Ooultburn to Lsmalt Flot, £8 to £0 ;oulbur...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

S.YDNEY SU'iIAItY. Mo.oDnAY afternoon. Ton case of Dr. Dailoy v. the Herald has boon the event of the past week. The short sketch which there was time to send for your last gives the real gist of the case. It seems very hard that the Doctor after the lapse of so many years and having got an honest living all the time, shoold have this sad hisl' tory of the past brought to light against him. Aro men who have once fallen never to be allowed to redeem their clharacter-never even to get an honest living? At the somo time it scems equhlly cruel that the proprietors of'a newspaper should be called on to pay damages, and, worse still, costs, for simply illustrating their argument by reference to a caso which is matter of history. If, as niany people think, there was a maliious motive in thus refelbrring to the case jhst aftter Dr. Bailey had advertised that he was about to conduct divineservico in accordance with the rites of the Church of England and on the voluntary principle, then it is...

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THE NAVAL ACTION BETWEEN THE ALABAMA AND KEARSARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

T'LE NAYIAL ACTION BETWEEN TlE :i:. : ALABAMA AND KEARSARGE. (From the .. .r. fr?hat.) Airr!la a short but active careor the colebrated Con fedorate cruiser Alabama has boon iunk in thle tritilsh Chtinel by the giuns of a Fuderal war rtoamor. The Alabama, after a cruiso of iearly two yonrs, was, as tnlry be supposcd, thoroughly out of repsir, had had arrived in Cherbourg harbour, and recoeod permission to refit. The Federal war steamer K?earsarge,, w\hich has been cruising ohoat in European waters for somn .time, arriw.d of Clher bodurg:th' day after the Alabama had gpno into port, and waithd outside the harbour iat",ni blockading distnuoe thus challengiig tho 'n cruisor. UCaptain Sonues appears to haI o''m?lt that it wouhl bo diugsaceful of himi not toi ccept such a challeauge, and though the uFederal vessel was uuperior in weight of metal, and probably in the number of men, the disparity did not appear to him so grOnt as to mnako the contest a rash or ihopless one. On Sunday, the ...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

T?o t, Eldtor of too Otorst c mld Chorostleo Stz,--Sooing by the Goulburn Argus and Quoan uyon iago, that a controversy is going on from some wundaroo worthics, the burdeon of which is about roads. Having no desire to enter tho list, I only wish to stnto a few plain facts, I boing a plain matter-of-act man. First, I haoe travelled the Lalko rond seon'scorea of times, and a botter road I do not wish to travol, with the oxception of such woluthor as we hVo had lolty. At prosoot I admit the Look is very bad; but I havo yet to learn whcro thoro is a gooj road at present. ,Vhon thu Lakb is butd oilher roads are equally so, snd I cahnot undorstaitd why the road that has boon travelled'Tor Sthe last thirty years should not bo travelled on still, Thoro is one thing I know, that the loonorabloet minister for works will be waited on by more thi. one gentleman in the neighbourhood, who no do. will reprseent the matter honestly. I quito ngre with one'of our worthy J.P's. that £1000 woul mnako t...

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LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

LATERI EUR01NEAN AND) AMERICAN NEWS. (From our corrrluondrnlt.) Lo.nos, Juno 27. R?oi.si hao hisitor, owitnessod suc1 0 trugglo be.o twcun tho consocionco and thu inc:linaltions of a I)oplo ao that which it now ugilntinlg EInglnl in reference to tlh Dnnish qnestion. lloiling with indignationll Ignlillnt Iho (erlnolln oppresoor' of I)lonlirk, and longing to throw thleir weight into the sclo on the side of thle weanlk, tlhe notion cnlllot do(eormline whether it would Ioe julstiied in gagin interforing in continentall qurrcls. ''hlo ditcllulty Isn boen lnorlnosl) aggrlllavated, if not altogollher crould, by the incon00ien tll conlduct of Lord ]Russell. Wile penning hib dlespatchesll illn t1h lroingest langluago, l0e tes Ilid tile country open to the deopes1 hllmilila tion by dIelaring at the 0nmo time that 10ider no circumsatnceo would England resort to force in the nlmatter. Germany thereforo nlugho at all our re monstrancos, and proceeds from tleo to worso in iher demandnls upon the ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864

COMlEJI CIAL. GOULBUJRN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WssEsT AND FLOURn.-At Conolly's Mill:-Fie? flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half. ton, 1is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard 10. 8d. per bmshl retail; bran, Is. 4d. perbushelretail. Wheat,ls. Od. to 9sa. Gd. per. bushol. At Emanuel's MIill:-Fine flour £28 per ton seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, ls. per 1003l extra. Wheat, 8s. 6d. to Ds. Gd.per bushel, accord. ing to sample ; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. per bushel. BRAIDWOODB, Thursday 6 p.m. SmTOCK AND PRODUC REI'ORTSo.-MIIr. It. Craig . ports:-A few of the leading butchers in town ad on the diggings.are out of cattle. I expect Mr. Cooper's 50 head could have been crossed ere this: no doubt they will reach the market during the early part of next week. Messrs. Bray Brothers' draft of prime cattle may be expected in eight or ten days. I have advice of another mob of equally good cattle to arrive in about seven days auter. Prime cattle are firm at £5, good secoud.class, £3 10s. to £4...

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