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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864
TO COILREIPOIND.INT,. .TvTrITIAr* -TM Jhouri l cannanot Le ,awde th ,rldicle for dia cuuahn! lrate mntrrt; and on thl Orou,nd rr hanre alraadHl relpsl insertionl to an attack on the gullman ,lou l aowstrh to drmd. Yor rrplp should be sent to the papler in hAlclh rth letter on Liblerts alfpca ed. c.nLENDAr. o lo. ' I)e ,,,,,i B rI:NSD;RtIAY .......... ) u i.; 41 5 2 14 PIII~nI)AY. ...... ,18 0 15 Pllll*r\ .......... 6'L '° ? °?t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864
A"USTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-strcot, Sydney: ALFRED BnRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMIODATION for.gontle men. Private families will at this hotel find the corn. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores; M ESSRS. DURTIAnIA and lIWIN are prepareda to receive wool, sehcepslins, tallow, hides, &c., for oala by aoction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Qouay, Sydnecy. Liberacl advances made on wool, sheepshins, tallow, end hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST NEGROBEAD.[~~ihD T|HE demand for the above celobrated tobaccoe Shaving hitherto been so great that the mannu fLacturer could not supply above half of the applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashby tohaccocs, manufactlured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleansure of informing the public that by arrange mants made with hIis Americ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864
S0o.M years ago when Mr. Forster was an independent member of tlhe Legislative As sembly lhe succeeded in carrying a motion thllat in the opinion of the House the public servico would obenefit by the separation of the duties of crown law officers from those of cabinet ministers. Now that lie holds office as colonial secretary it is not too much that the country should ask whether any attempt is to be nmade to carry this theory into practice. True, it may be said that Mdr. 1forstor is not premier, and that lhe can niot do exactly as hlie likes. llut thloso who remember the pure theories which that ]honorablo member was formerly wont to propound and the fierce and uncompromis ing manner in which hle would insist on its being the duty of ministers to carry out those tlheories or to resign if tlhey found that they could not do so-we say those who roenmenmbcr this will have a right to expect that tihe honorable gentleman will niow bring his colleagues to his way of thinkig--as hle former...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864
MARRIED, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Tuesday, the 16th instant, at S.S. Peter and Paul's, Goulburn, by the Rev. M. McAl- roy, Roger FENTON, Senior-sergeant of Police, Goulburn, a native of Ardpatrick, County Limerick, Ireland, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr. John O'DONNELL, Goulburn.
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 August 1864
LOCAL ANVD PIROVINCIAL. Fisnc.-Ycsterday about half-past ton o'clock Dr. Milos observed a doal of smokets apparently issuing from the chimney of Dr. WVaugh's laundry, and leontioned the matter to one of thie girls, but she at tributed the fict to tohere being a largo fire in a neighbour's yard. Shortly after, however, it was discoovered that the Ihundry was on fire. On ontor ing it was found that a log had rolled off the fire placo and had ignited the linen, of which a quantity was beinlg nired oa a largo clothles'-horse, and it would seem that as the clothes burned they fell against the mantol-pieco which, in its turn, caught fire. ''The loames woro extinguished by throwing huekets and cauns of water on them, and no damnageo was done further than thle destruction of the nmantol piece and the clothes-worth some £10 or £15. T?n TIcLEOunsIn To QUEANhEYAN..-It is ox poeted that the tolograph to Quoanboyan will bh opened to-morrow by MIr. Cracknoll, superintendent of telegraplhs. POIce ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
TIHE GOULBURN HERALD On the oldest etnablished jourunl it the southern disileilse S hOn S o tolh Wlale, ,d fur tile lst few years iig increased ole TERM?VS -"ro nulatiloios horeoderedl it expol out it bI iy stel &lt;.nwtm tss: Or SIUifCRlTIO.c o eight shiliongs and alxpeoc per qiineire ;I clO.hed uyrlf? Ire th ete outrln g their nnmed. -, rrulrer to dllcoutlluue tIle Ps1K IDUlt b e ccoupanule?. Plnot In full up io the ndi o( th current quarter, or ihuy ,el I not b ntteuded to. ..?t q'he regulorquartr nd onthle Mnet ebho, 30th Junee 3lh Ioptmb r, en d 8lst I) ecdbcr. ed H -t UP rt)Y?I,vclnnalJ . Alvertellrclenls sre ellarga m 1L the folluwing ratl eah hrej gl (of--lu feour htes ef pn i1 ulder, 20. iri lines, 2. OI.; eight lines, or one inel?,.?l vury udldltlollnal net,,Is. 3d.; with a rodetloe Of ellerOii ' for thLrieeri IIertlnsn, Id ol' ofollorllldl for teoloiP.th Ineolion.L AoiIeUIIooIIInIe of blth,, dealth, Ied sIsnr!atoIP, 2,. Id., oneli, Adlverllgeoellt will e recdesled...
OBITUARY. WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
OBITUARY. (From tlo Home ..ieV.) WITJAAM. SMITHI O'DRIEN'. A ?.u?n, generous, and honourable man foll of noble, knightly impulses and instincts bloenided with Quixotio foibles and weanl nosses, and a tendency to many crotchets, has gone to his iest in William Smith O'Brion. He possessed not only considera blo talents, but a feaorless and generous heart. Those who differed with him and condemned his mistaken course yet respect his memory as that of one deeply and sin ceoroly attached to Ireland, and proud of that countiy which he loved not wisely but too well. In overy phase of life he was a per feoot gentleman. He had a crazoe-who has not ?-and dreamt of the restoration of the dynasty which his ambitious ancestor, Bryan Boru, tho King of Munster, founded in the olovonth century, when he overturned the ancient Hy-Niall line, and entailed upon his country conquest and miseries unequalled in tile aunals of any nation. This feeling assumed the aspect of a morbid vanity which cramped his...
CHINA AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
OHINA AND JAPAN. - Wo take the' following summary from the China.Overland Trade report of. June tho 28th: Tho districts about the capital woere reo ported free from marauders, which aplpeared doubtful, as the Tientsihi trade was com plotoly plaralysed. Tihe immedihte o'vicinity of Hankow was being ravaged by bands of marauding robbers, known as the Nien-fei. A body of Taipings were said to have entered the prdvinces of Suh-kein, and the Oanton provinces continued to be disturbed in several places. Colonel Gordon had retired from the Im perihl services, tihe force he commanded having boon disbanded, with the' exception of the artillery, which has been incorpo rated with the provincil troops undei the Footni. The impression .which prevailed, to the offect that'the province of OCheokiang was clear of the Taipings was erroneous.: The insurgents still hold a' great city, called Iloo chow, where they have strongly enoutrenched thelmselves. It was explained bow thant the province of Chekia...
ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
ENGCLISIH MONETARY AND COIIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LoxnDoc, June 27. Tho money market los settled into a con dition of comparative ease and quiet. Thoro ias boon an absence of the strain and pres suro to which for several months previously we have become accustomed. The reduction of the rato of discount from 8 to 7 per cent., mado just before the departure of the May mail, was followed on the 16th instant by a further concession to 6 per cont., at which point the minimum now stands. For the first fortnight in the month the demand for money was exceedingly moderato, but latterly a briskeor application has sprung up. By the continuous influx of gold, and the slight withdrawals from the Bank of Eng land, tihe position of that establishment hlas boon very materially stroengthoned. Its stock of blullion amounts to £14,319,061, whilo its other features are encouraging. At this time last year, wheon the bank rate was 4 per cent., the bullion was no higher than £14,425,000. But for political...
LATER NEWS. LONDON, 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
LATER NEWS. LOmDON, 28th June. The Times admires the explanation of Lord Palmerston, and approves of that pacific policy. It blames the headstrong spirit of Denmarlk, which, it says, ought to give way. The Daily News assorts that the majority of Parliamont listened with satisfaction to tho assurances that peace would be main tained. The Morning Star says that the policy of England does not depend upon tlhat of France, but that it would be folly to adopt a policy without considering what would be adopted by that power. Parliament and the country approve of the policy of Lord Palmerston. The Mlorning Heorald says that the oxplana tion of Lord Palmorston is an apology for selfishness and cowardice. The Daily News considers, the Holy Alliance being ro-established, that England cannot expend for Denmark that strength which she will requiro for her own dofenco against the coalition. Lord Pahnlmorston does right not to becomo the Don Quixoto of the situation. PaFus, 28th June. Tho artiller...
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
MIISCELLANEOUS ITEMIS. M1. leonal hals boon dismissed from the professorship of HIobrow, &c., and L.?Munlrk, a Jew, appointed in his place. Thle unac commodating savant lhad previously declined thie office of sub-librarian in thie maniscript department of the Impenrial Library. Dr. Pomniorais, the poisoner of his mistress, got nothing by ihis appeal to the Emperor, lhav ing beln oexecuted on the 9th, in tlhe pro senco of 30,000 spectators. At tlre French Derby the grand prize was won by an o0 scuro French horie, Vermnthl, against Blair Athol. When Fillo do l'Air won tlhe Oaks at Epsom, a month ago, sie was greeted with hisses. Theoso sibilant demonstrations wore roturned with treminrdous interest on tie Bois do onloogne. Thie Froelnch people wrenst frantic with ijoy at the triumph of a native racer and tithe defeat of tlhe English flavourito. Even thie phlogenatic Emperor gave way to an outburst of enthusiasm. TIIE As?SANTEEArV .-Tho 13ritishl govern meont las had to undergo...
THE AUSTRALIAN SHIP ROYAL STANDARD.—COLLISION WITH AN ICEBERG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
TlE AUSTRALIAN ShIIP ROYAL STAND ARD.-COLLISION WVITII AN ICEBERG. (Iome the Illustrated Lonldon sews.) We have been favoured by Captain G. H. Dowell, commander of the screw steamship Rtoyal Standard, one of the Whito Star line of Australian packets, refitting in the port of Rio de .Janeiro, withl the sketch fromn which our engraving is made, and with an extract from his logbook describing this perilous adventure. It was on the home ward voyage, from Melbourne to Livorpool, on the 4th of April, when the vessel was in latitude 54*40 S., and longitude 145"27 W., which is somoewhero about midway betweeon Melbourne and Cape Iorn, in the South Pacific Ocean. Our readers may recollect that the Himalaya and other homoeward bound vessels in the earlier montlhs of this year had fohnd those seas beset with ice erge, of which ain illustration was not long since engraved in this journal; but the Royal Standard lhad a very near escape of beohg dashed to pieces against one of those formidable flo...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
TO SUBSC1tfl5p4~3 In ordor to iota pOitogot tOO OOitO~i to adopt a Stat ,1~& i, already JoOOurd by OCtOtol Otlw,~ POpero rood aCk to rtrrlgr twccrllrt oJ rrottttaraeo On Ohio comma Ormatood of bj, tot Oct. ItrSrtlTODCto flrcooncp Crom 31c. Georgo Cook, from Mr John Wrilo, SJtggaU.Toorta, £1; (JALENDAIO. Dojnof tire Week. ~)~nY~t dOOJtOr Sun cole Mooo'o _______________ A00. SATURDAY . Aug.25 038 o n~ 17 SUNISAY....21 037 5'r3 35 MONDAY....02 o oo TUESDAY...23 o23 530 20
THE CIRCASSIAN EXODUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
THE CIROASSIAN EXODUS. Furthelr details of this national calamity have appeared during the month, all con firmatory of the distressing story already made public. The only point upon which there appears to be any discropancy relates to the numbors who are emigrating, which are variously computed at 300,000 to 80,000. The Russian governmont speak of 100,000 in thle middle of lMay; and Lord Napier, after an interview with Prince Gortschakotfl; estimates thie wholo number likely to sooeek reofugo in Turkaey ant 150,000. The mortality is appalling, and panic reigns wheorever the poor fugitives approach. An English clergy man says he found at Czarnavoda 20,000 men encampod, and swarming out-dotach monts, under Turkishl guidanc, towards the Danubeo. On tile shoro of the Black Seaon dense masses of ragged men, women, and childron literally covered the seashore. All looked wan and hungry. Many woro all but naked. Several ]laydying, and fair do licato girls, with their heads reposing on their...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
BIRTH. ON the 19th instant, at Tirranna, MIrs. Ansnnw GilsoN, of a non. M[ARRIIED, Oa tho 11th instant, by the Rev. Eugeno J. Luclio, at ]3udjong, JohN AnstroNo. , Innleopor, Bungonia, to Ma*nly ANN, second daughter of the lato JosE, H Oasc:xNDEo, Of Nadjingomar. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 186. sATURDAY AUGUvsT 20, 1864l.
GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
GREECE. The cossion of tho Ionian islands to Greeooco hlas boon formally offoctod. On the 1st instant thile Grook flag was hoisted on thile remaining forts of Corfu, amid groat polp lar rojoicings; and on the 6th King George paid a visit to his now subjocts, and of course rccoived an onthusiastic wolcomo. The Lord High Commissionor (Sir H. Storkos) took loavo of the islanders, whom ho has found so rofractory, in a conciliatory and diguified address, in which he was able to say, with somothing of pride, that the Quoon of Eng-~ land in surrendering tihe protectorato "and in promoting the union of these islands with Grecco, has booeen solely actuated by the do siro to give oeffect to a wish so often ex pressed by tihe Ionian Legislativo Assembly, and the realization of wlhich is considorodbv the Ipeople, both of those islands and of con tinental Greeco, as conducive to national happliness."
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
IL connexion with the marked improvement in the condition of the masses of the population in the mother country, it is of some interest to consider the question of emigration, with especial refroence to the Australian colonies. A continuouoos hut moderate accession to our population by immigrotion from the British islands chiefly, is acknowledged to be nocssary to the steady progress of tile country. With so large a space of territory, and with so many sources of wealth, requiring population to occupy and to realize, it is not to obe supposed that the natural increase of the present inhabitants will be rapid enough to secure that speedy advancomont whichl earnest minds wish for. Without increase from without, we must be content to mlakeo for many years to come very slow progress indeed. No doubt the absolute advantages to be obtained from a rapid rate of national progress are often over-estimatcd. It is qmuito possible for a community to enjoy comfort and happiness, to live virtuous...
THE MEETING OF THE SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
THIE M\IEETING OF TIIE SOVEIREIGNS. .eust at this critical junction the three nlorthern sovereigns, attended by their minis tors, are holding personal interviews with each other at Kiissengon and Carlsbad. This conjuncturo of course attracts a great deal of nlotico, and ihas given birth to allsorts of surmises. It cerltainly bodes no good to Europoe; but nothing tending to throw light on the naturo of their conferences lhas trans pircd. The Emperor Napoleon, it is said, has invited the Emperor of Russia to visit FrIance. The insurrectionary troubles in Algeria and in Tunis continue unabated. In the latter country public insecurity is so great that the European residents and Jews have been compelled to leave. The Boy lacks power to restore order. In Algeria the revolt iinds full and incessant occupation for the army of occupation. It was originated and is sustained by religions fanaticism among the Arab tribes. At Tripoli, on the 30th of Mlay, there was a terrible oexplosion of a go ...
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER LII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. IT THuE A1UTHORe OF LADTl AUIII.ET'5 SClIIrET0, rO. OltAPTElt LII. ELtsNon Was so co0mplotely bnwildored by this extraordinnry likeness that she remained for some moments staring at Mrs. Major Lennnrd in silent surprise. " Goodness me, my dear I" nxclaimoedl tlhe lady, "how astonished you look ! I hope I'm not a Gue. lcrederiock-tlhat's lMajor Lon nard, yvon know-nover liked this bonnot, and really I'm beginning quite to dislike it my self. I do think it's pokey. But neveormind that, my door MIis-Vil lare, I think MIiss Barkham said,-a very nice person, Miss ]Barklam, isn't sheo? but rather prim. I've got all sorts of buslincess to sottle betwoon this and eight o'clook, for Fred will travel by the night mail, because he sleeps all the way, antil of course that makes thie journey ahortor-in consequenco of wliolh l've never seeoon )Dover, except inl thie dark, and I dalways think of it with the lamnps lighted nndt the pieri slippery, and everybody hIurrying andi pus...