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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

USTRATLASIAIN FRPEEMASONS' HIALL tIOTEL, 191, York-strcet, Sydney: ALIRED BRADFORD, proprictor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a homre. 1712 Produce Stores. M-ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepslrins,, tallow, hides, &e., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances madeo on wool, sheepslins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST 11TEGOHEAD. THE demand for the above colebrated tobacco having hitherto been so great that the manuo flcturer could not supply above half of the applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it. were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobnccoes, manufactured not only in thie colony, but in thie Northern States of America, hIe Ihas now the pleasure of informing thie purblic that by arrange mnents made with his American agents I...

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OPINION OF THE FRENCH PRESS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF THE DANISH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

OTINION OF TE PSSENOll TrEeS ON TIE PRESENT -STATE OF TUE DANISIH QUESTION. England once more abandons the Danes to their molancholy destiny; the English government will not interfere in the unequal contest wlhich the Danes have to maintain afresh with the Austro-Prussians. If the latter, nevertheless, carry war into the Danilsh Islands, attaclk Coponhageon, or make li"ng Christian prisoner, it may be that the London cabinet nmay draw back from its deotormination, and decide upon action. Thus we have Denmark, for this three months past, reduced to rely upon her own strength, fighting alone against an enemy four times superior to liher in numbers. The sovereign of that brave nation only too truly prosaged the state of isolation in which he was about to be left, when, in his royal mes sage to the Rligsraad on Saturday last (the 25th of June), he expressed himself in the following terms:--"We are going through a-crisis which boears a menacing aspect for tlio future of our country. The ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Translated for the Sydney Morning Herald from the Semaphore de Marseilles of the 29th June.) TELEGRAPHIC DESTATCHES. PARIS, Tuesday morning, 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

LATEST INTELLIGIENCE. (Trstlcted for thIre Sjdey Nor'iog erat4 from, the Sdmaohoro dra Maro'eilles of thae 2th J'ue.) TvILEGRAPrlIO DESTATCHIS. PARIs, Tuesday morning, 28th June. Tr, Mionitour of this morning publishes the following diplomatic appointments: Appointed Ministers Plenipotentiary: for the court of the King of the Bolgians, Monsieur. do Comminges-Guitant; for the court of the King of Portugirl, M. lo Comto do Reoulot; for the court of the King of Bavaria, M. lo Vicomte do Miloizes-Prosnoy; for the court of the Duke of Baden, M. lo Marquis do Cadore. LoxuDO?, Tuesday, 28th June. In .the House of Commons Lord Palmer ston has lengthily explained the acts of the Conferonco. Ho said, that after the want of success consequent upon the proposal for ea arbitration, the Fronceh Ploenipotentiary prodposed that the vote of the population be tweeoon Apourado and the &chloi should be taken, but Denmark refused that propo sition . It: then b.ecamne the duty of the British gove...

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THE LONDON CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

TIE LONDON CON IERENCE. The Conference has ogregiously failed, as everyone, oexcepting our fistuous Foreign Socrotary3, all along expected. Its final sit ting took place tihe day before yesterday, and tihe poor sum of its proceedinlgs is now mattor of history. Six moeetings have boon hold during the month, on the 2nd, Gth, 9th, 18th, 22nd, and 25th. As the original ar mistico was to expiro on tho 11th instant, ono of the most proessing subljcts of discus sion was the extension of thie period for the susponsion of hostilities. As usual, how over, the Proussian and Austrian deputies woro unpropared with any dofinite decision, and had to refer tihe question to their rcs poctive governments, so that it was not until the mooting of the 9th that a prolongation of the truce for another fortenight 'was agreed to. The Danes, utterly despairing of any satisfictory settlemont being arrived at, om phatically refosod to submit to a further protraction of the armistic, apparently un doler thie il...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

§IE WAR IN AMERICA. jlnows has divided with the Con l'to anxious attention of Europe fllt the month. Aftor someino dozen fbattles, marked by appalling he i oroI edlerals nro as far from suc i, So important are the torrible ' 'this campaign, flthit I propose to ag portion of my lotter to a nar p o sanguinary story. jso of a month ]has dono much to or?te .tlhe aims andl plans of tho Fodoral -?reaer, and put us in possession of a , .tlo operations reported by the last e Tiino has *winnowed away many of ,ieBholods, exaggerations, and porvor 4 the enrlior accounts, and sot ovoents C truo light and proportions. "W\hile ;(lor )ppos"ing hosts are still workling out As.ody game, it may not be inappro L*ti4oviow theior movements from the cce camnpaig. Suci a retrospect aus in forming an opinion as to the ;., issuo of tihe present critical 'er(tho campaign conenonced, as tlhe f4-aRoviow observes, Loo, as the general il(vith the defonco of Ridchmnond on »les] side, hlad to considor by what itat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

'Wanted, MAN to make fifty pairs of Strong Iloots. None need apply but good workmon. TIIOS. KIMBERLY, 1493 Boot and Shoemnakeor, Collecotor. lfl ruaoro "owuu yu'u. . 1487 E. TUBLER. Wanted, t IIOUSEMAID and LAUNDRESS. Apply to SMRS. THORN, Brisbano Grovo. 1469 Wanted, A COMPETENT MAN to take ohargo of an A ontire horse for the season. W. DAVIS, Ginanderra. 14th August, 18B4. 142n Teams Wanted, AT Rotherwood, Lake Bathurst, to load for' Sydn?ey. ' 25th JuSly, 1864. 1358 S Tutor Wanted. -ITANTED, for a family in tho country, a IT' TUTOR. To a competent person, of good moral charneter, und ableo to impart a souid Englishi edilcatio, liberal wages will be given. Apply in person, or by letter to Mr. DONALD MAC DONALD. Clifford's Creek, by Laggan. 1484 Wanted, A N who thoroughly understands WIRE F"ENCIKG. 1501 N. .C, CLIFORD 1'HILLIPS. Wanted, O ATEN OR WIIEATEN IAY C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaicumbno e Flour Mills, 1070 Near.Braidwood. £5 Reward.-To Poundkeepera & Others, SOST, and su...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

GOULiURtN W|OLSBALi PRIOB5 0URRENT. Wht, 8s. . to Ow. Od. 2 buhlol. Ftoowp nnr, £20 tO ion; wwomi, £27. Poloard, 1w. 4d. "!8 bwhwl; or I. by tho hltf ton. llrno, Is, 4l. 00 bowushi; or I», by ohe holt" ton. 7rico 6d, to 7d. ". 2-b. lor. Molzot, S. 0,. to 4». ,or bow1|l. olnrlto, Engllblh, 3.», 0. to 4w. 'wO buholwt; Ciopo, 2«. 0d. OI»,, .2w. 04. to 04. 01. ow ItUll. Ifn;l, £3 low, to £4 10wo, toil. 7toKtcr bro,), , 1w. 2 Ib.; Batt, 04. to Od. Cheew«, 4. 80 lb. a Iboo, r0>. to 04. 't 10. [P.7w, Oil. 20 towen. P'iltotora, ;2«. to 2w. 0i4. c Cot. 0,,lOow, 18w. 20i.oow. 00scarce Fot ('2ltte, priol,., fro?]™ £2 20a. to £ low.; towttiBc llU Ow. torI. Sheep, 12s. to 16». 2 heaod. (loi, wli. to 44l 20 tb. fIer (rowtob), 2d. to 4.1. 1 0. 0lf>(to0 (rtotall), 44.2p 1). r2otloo, boor, £20 to £2'7 " ton ; botton, £28. 0litri ,fiw. to lto. worh. ShwAhtfnw, Oil.; ,owiiO4 1. 720 lb. c,'nrt(,io« 0' ton-Syilbny to (touturno£, £l o0. to £ 100.W1 toollttro to Oiydowy, £ to JLb 100.1 Ooulbuo n to ...

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NEWS BY THE NORTHAM. Correspondent of the Melbourne Argus.) LONDON, June 27. [?]E POLITICAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

8i' S BY TIlE NORTITAM. i "1 )rECsodICnt sof he Mdlbor,.,o Adrgus.) ? Lomosnd, ,Tuno 27. ,i t E POLITICAL CRISIS. ,' 1 . tho midst of a sovoro political ana .wlhilo ihis loti or js boiing wisred snm otropolis by tlhe mail train, Lord ; and Enl tiussoll will bo nar lagor and anxious audionces tie ?ry of tle deamct Conforenco, and I ',g thu policy which thi English 111nt will fool inmpelled horoafter to bcc roforonco to the Nortlhorn quarrol. l iotontiarios assonlblod for tlh last : m sturday, tho armnistico oxpirod yos S' onmarlk has annuouncdtlho rosunp hs lo blockado, and war has rocorn Sdt The question of all-absorbing L s'r ow is,--will England, aftor the )lluro of all hlor woll-intontionod S 'Eacification on honourablo tormn, nOUSe the causo of justico and civili id drivo back tllh Gorman filibus Viii. our floot bo ordorod to the roteot tho Danish islands and ? enoumy's harblours ? Or will S snucohmIbing to advorso court i a nsphiit of craavon solfislnoss, C "rk to hor ruthlloss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

BERGIN, Mc ENCROE, & CO., Wholesale Grocers, WINE AND SPIRIT 1IERCI-IANTS, Tobacco Importers and Manufacturers, 519 AND 521, GEORGE-STREET SOUTII, NIEARl BATIIURST-STREET,, SYDNEY. s77 Martyn's Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 13, Pitt-street Sydney. MR. CHARLES MARTYN Holdls a regular sale by auction Every TUESDAY, TIIURSDAY, nod SATURDAY At 11 o'clock precisely. ALL parties sending horses or other stock, ear rianges, &c., are requested to forward written Instructions previoous to sale, stating brands, age, qualification, &c., and amount of resercve, or other wise a sale will be effected to thohisghest bidder. 1548 Harvey's Bark and Quinine Pills with Sarsaparilla, OR STRENGTHENING TIlE CONSTITU. F TION AND PURIFYING THIE BLOOD, and For the Cure of Ague. These Pills are so prepared as to contain all the properties of each of these valuable medicines. For debility, indigestion, lheadache, loss of appo tite, ague, nervous depression of tlhe spirits, &c., the...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

SYDNEY SUMMIARY. TtuiisoA.Y afternoon. Tin Empire gives the following information respect ing thle new commission of the peace. Some gentle men it seems have after qll spirit enough to refuse an equivocal honor. Oni the other hand thle ministry are evidently determined to try to hammer their late manufacture into something like ahapolineas : The following gentlemen whoso names were i, the now commission of the peace have resigned their ap pointments, and a supersedeas h]s in each case been issued accordingly:-W. Lee, of Claremont, Bathurat; George Oakes, Purramatta; Henry lIort Brown Richmond James Me Carthy, Cranbrook, roPenrith ObarlesMcPhillamy, Charlton; Charles McPhillamy, Mount Tanha, Bathurst; Robert Porcy Simpson, Warialda. A nupersedeas has also boon issued reo moving the following gentlo~on from the commisa sion of the peace :-H. Iarrington Brown, Glen Innes; Ernest Haswdon, Kiora; Hugh Hill, Macleay River; Pavsid Maxwell Irving, 1ubbo; Richard idjyan Ottloy, Gwydir River;...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

JIZLEGJIAPHIIC JNIN2ELL10 ENCE [FROa OUn, cORnEPsoNDENTuas.] SYDNEY, Friday night. THEa damaged Chilian flour brought by the Glen cplo was sold to-day at auation and fetched from £10 17s. Gd. to £10. 10s. per ton. Another supplementary list of magistrates is published in to-day's Government Gazotto. Sir Frederick Pottingeor encountered a bushraager yesterday near W?hogo. A fight onsued, and tbshe bushraugor escaped. The collection of the border duties is appointed to commence on the 19th of next monUth. BRAlDWVOOD, Friday ovening. Te?rotAs Dovan, the man charged with the raoe on rs. OChristmas, at Durran Durra, has bean ully committed to tales his trial at the next Goullarha circuit court. \ QUEANBEBYAN, Friday evening, TcE telegraph oficowas opened for despatch and "re~tof business at 0 p.m. to-day. i, '? '? ? i S i ·,i r .·i~l .1 :..L; i-i,? r i? i?·i ? ? ip··i· · i moro than six or oeightpersons who had porsuovoringly worketod for theoaocieoty from its commoncoment until now. Oth...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

Convi? . P Irasi ME1CIA). for; Etb3 r n toaol .IOULBUJiN, Friday 10 p.m. f., i . it y.-At Conolly's Mill :-Fine lnom, ,seconds, £27; if less tlhan half S .n? tra Pollard Is. Id. par buleshal I t ord? rbushol rtail. Wheat, 8s. Gd. pr fill:-Fine flour £28 per ton; class than half-ton, Is. por 1001b. ? l ~ ?"° 'Gid. to Do. Od. por bhhl,a nccolrd I Sacrct an sad pollard, Is. 4d. par bhuohl. Ir'- .irc i,'onts.-7-IMossrs. P. f)ignam nad c'at J ?°l: ctlo.-lThero is a considorablo !,:. matt attlo, and price are fully maIn i: t s o cattle lately olffered have not o~ a a tli manrk, annd a draft of really iL ily commaind fdl rates. On Mlon ? r o .mob of 74i head from lBurrown, at pr £3, the mnjority hainag tahas by , ai l lot1?;?:T-heso catntl woro not at all iup to Li' loft ' cscription; in addition Io which Ii ory msclh cut sip hy the sovero . i tlato of the roads. Prima may t? ? fro,, £4 to £8. Store cattlo. lft two lost, sul1.bjct to approval, but l , *;ting until the transactions are can ...

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RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 August 1864

RAILWAY. To the Edltos oef te iEralsl ad Chronicle. Sinl,-I was looking over the Iluilder in E mechanics' instituto last evening, page 287, April the 16ith, and a paragraph on English rail, returns struck me. It would appear amongst ot interesting statistics that England alone duringt past year had made 379 miles of railway, an suppose out hero on the Great Southern Raih contractors have not accomplished for us, for samro period, 370 yards. It is time the long-looked for contract Goulburn was decided upon, if promises are of account. When the ]Echuca line be opened, proaching us from the other side, tending to minish our present small commercial profits, in a weoeks, the southern constituencies will then porb wako up. Yours, &e., E. BUTLEI To hSle Eilor of ire lecratd an, Chro,,ics,. Sns,---Vith reference to a letter dated 11th Aug which appeared in ysour pper of the 1-th inst signed "C3. do Itupeseissa,' (the lev. C'. Cutrll, respecting the lecture proposed to ee deliveret ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

TO BIllSUCfIfEltS. in ordr to toare J'ostnrg tee inted to adopt a plnn wohch is nlredll pursted btll rrral other pnltrrh no d ncknowlrlooe theorcipt of rit, tta cl e to tds co1Almon Inlosted of bU trttet. I 1Ltt.oae frc£cao from E. C. 'ea-rson, E10, tVga0 WiTgon, .2 3.a. (31. CALENDALi. ttoytor 1th Work. oun riiailoon iota Mo o RIIIIJY 2 1......... 0 00 1 60 2t 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

A UST AlASIAN FIEEMASONS' hALL SIIOTEL, 191, York.strect, Sydney: ALFRED TRADFOn D, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. SESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN aro prepared to receive wool, sheepsinus, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepslins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1213 DIXSON'S TWIST 1TkE(&rROEAD. THIE demand for tleo above celebrated tobacco having hitherto beenh so great that the manu facturer could not supply above half of the applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tolnaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, lie Ihas now tlie pleasure of informing the public that by arrange ments made with his American agd...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

Ie somoe quartors man opinion is ontortnined that ore long thoro willtbe a genoral election *-thlat a defeat of tihe present ministry, ad nnitted to bo highly probablo, will at once load to this result. Perhalps this is not so prolbablo as some imuginge; but it must bo iconfessed thalnt the futuro is very uncertain; aud as electors cannot be too frequently _:emindod of their responsibilities a few wordls with respect to the duties which they may ere long be called on to perform may not be out of plac. It is too much the custom of constituon cies to doclaro that they have boon deceived and betrayed. No doubt it often happens thalnt they nro. ]lut in a very great nmber of cases it is primarily through their own faults. They allow tlhemselves to be cajoled by a glib tonguo; tlhey allow their personal likes and dislikes to influence them; their religious or national feeolings hurry them away ; they are guided by the opinions or yield to the arguments of others instead of consulting only...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

'GOOLitItN W?HOLESAL. I'RICItS CURItU11 'T. srhm, 8s. ltd. to Os. . buhel. . .F'orltfl , .2o4l ton ; ...roo.,,£2O SPollard, is. 44. 1 ' Ibjeht l; or Is. by tho hlft too. D ans, is. 4d. i tusho ; or I. by tre hutl! tou. ltsrad, 01d to lo. t'i0 2-tb. lono. al Ite, 2o . 0. to 40. 0,r buselot. JtnrbA . legtloh s. 1 1. to I0. 0 luohrl; Coaw, Is. 01. , (04t, 20 .d to t S. 0.L i\ Ihuhltrt. 10y3, £3 IOs. to I 10£4. it tol. tullers Ilr,,h I.lt.; Ilt;, 0u. to0 O, Chreee, 44. tO lb. aoro . too, to 0. 3 t0 lb. .Egg05 ltd, 4 dosre. 'posttora, :is. to 3s. 04. I e .r" 0(0o55St 105. it oot.; scare. 'rag Ctle50, prbloe, borof3 iOn. to £4 lbs. ; ooedluoE£2 be. to £3. Rote,, le. to 1I.t bheod. Plot', :1d. to 4.1. it lb. jostef sot. t), 4o. t 4lt. .5Outl~on (rolsll), 44. it lbJ. T"olhoor. boor £240 to£17 i |U Zloot 3100 £20. BId, htoo. 1O At. eaoth. -bloejostklo, 0,1. washled 1d., ?i,. £7orrLpo 1o tui\lyl- y to Il, ttooltUrlo, £4 10s to £5 10, l. (loulbuyll to l lllt£yo £6 to :loo 1 llo.It Boturt t to ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

EZL EGJAPJIC 1NTI2TIELIJGENCE LFRaoM OUR CORRlSIt ONDVo NT8.] SYDNEIY, Tuisday night. A nmro occurred at 1urrnogoug yesterday. Tho Europeans attached the Chinese and wounded ton of tlhir numbor. A filrthor outbreoakl is feared. Addi tional police lhave boon despatched. Nothing filrthor has yet transpired respecting tll" alleged discovery of Dr. Loicohhardt's remains. MIr.. Durham, the anuotioneor, died suddouly yes torday. A man has been captured who is supposed to bo the robber of the western mail.

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

COMMERI CIA L. GOULIBURN, Tueosday 10 p.m. FLovr has fallon £2 per ton, andis now quoted at £20 for fino and £25 for seconds. WuVnoIT .an FLOU..--At C0onlly's MIill:-Fine flounr,£20 per ton; seconds, £25; if less than half ton, Is. lper 100 lb. extra. Pollard is. ld. per buehel retail; bran, is. 4d. porbusholl retail. Whoat, prime s"amples, Ga. per busheol. At Emanuel's Mill:-Fino flour £26 per ton; seconds, £25 ; if less Uthann half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wiheat, best samples, Os. per bushel; bran and pollard, Is. Id. per bushel. YASS, Saturday. On.Wednesdnay.last [r. J. C. ITaylor sohl by auc tion at the Jorltuno of W?ar Iotel, TYass, the station linown as "the Iullion," situiat about twenty-five miles' from town, together with 600 Iheald sxed cattle (mnore or loss), to Mr. J. G. IDavideon, of oanmbolo, for £5600. Thu estimated grazing capa :bilities are about 10,000 aoros. 'The improvomonts cbnsist of a six-.oomed cotitge, store, dairy, sLtabling, stockyard,largo grass paddo...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 August 1864

LOCAL A.ND P1O VINOIAL. POLOE Rlm,'ORT.-On Saturday Miichnol Daroy for using obscenuo languago was fined ton shillings and for resisting the police the liko sum.-On Monday Lauronco Sullivan was brought up charged with arson. It eecms that defendant was tayin5 for the night in a hut in Auburn-atreet and had hindled a fire. On the police passing by the firo was found to be on thle point of catching to the hut and defend ant, who was asleep, was taken into custody, men sures being takeon toprevent the hutboing destroyed. Tho prisoner was discharged. Joe, a Ohinamann, for stealing fire-wood was fined five shillings.-Yos torday Ambrose Froeman, brought up for drunken ntess, was discharged. Tic Itonsonn" AT ST.?a HILL.?-At the Goulburn police-court eon Saturday, and againi yoesterday, John RI'an and John O'Neil, were brought up charged with llhaving ll Friday last at Mrs. Paton's at Stair Hill assaulted Ah Ilte and Jen Yong (Chinamotn) and etolon freom the latter the sum of .£21 11s. 9d. ...

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