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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864
AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the corn. forts of a homes. 1712 Produce Stores, M ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, slleepshins, tallow, hides, &Rc., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1933 REA S. G. H, SMITHI, PRAVTICAL IRIATTERI, 316, GEORGE-STREET. SYDINEY, Three doors south of Ilsnter-street, IS manufacturing every description of IIATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which hie offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWORTH, WItOLESALE ASID RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Syd...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864
W'iuc some definito information respecting ,thed Provincial Councils Bill was for the first time afforded to the public-whlich was through'thei columns of this journal-it was stated that notwithstanding that the features tlihn detailed might be relied on as those : which existed at that stageo of the moeisure it was still under consideration and would doubtless undergo considerablo alteration ero it was presented to parliament. 8omo woeeks after the secroetary for lands . declared that its details had beeon matured. Later again the Empiro published what was alleged to be the bill; and it was stated .sned it has not beeon denied-that a member of the executive had furnished the draft. Thoro thus being no reason for doubting the iiutlhnticiy of the bill so published the pub lie and the press proceeded to discuss its pro v9isions. It weas, however, soon stated that Mr.' Forster was about to deny tlint the bill as given by the Empiro was authontic; and accordingly a statement to this eff...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864
MIARIRED, ":By special licenso, on u0th h instant, at Gurrnrna, S the rosidenco of the faLther of the bride, by thoe I.Rt ightoeverond tho Lord Bishop of Gouthbmrn, p noasated by tho Rev. I). I'. M. ulllbcrt, M.A., . JO?st OI..r, Esq., polico.maugitrate of Denili quin, to 8nAn! ErLVmA, eldest daughter of ALA.xsnr.n Tunseu, Eosq., lato her MInjosty's lrd W. I. Roegimont.-TNo cards. I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1. '?:· I:'?, ,VIEDNESDAY, SEFI'ENBER 7, 186~..
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WitnT ,a, FLoua.-At Conolly's Mill:--Fino flour,£20 per ton ; seconds, £28; if less than half ton, is. per 1001b. oxtra. Pollard, £6 1s. per toan, Is. 8d. per bushel; bsan, £4 per ton, Is. per busohel. Wheat, prinesamplos, 9s. per bushal. At amanuol's Mill:--lF'ino flour £26 per ton; saoands, £25; if loss than half-ton, Is. par 100 lb. oxtrav Wheat, bast namples, Os. per hushel. Bran, £4 per ton lwholasalo, Is. per usosil retail; pollard, £6016s. per ton wholesale, 1s. Sd. per bushlol rotail. Aavarloxnesr ' REPOraa.--Mcesrs. . ). ignam and Co. 'report :-?l~t Cattle.--This week the market han boon bottorsuppliod and is now easier. On Thursr day we offered a mob of 44 head, of whlich one yard was sold at auction at £0 10s., the remainider beino withdrawn at higher rates. W?eV subseqauently saold these privatoly, as followa:--9 at £7 and 23 art £4 15s. Wa, now quote prime at from £1 to £5, good medism £3 to £4, at which rates thelo market is firm. W...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
SYDNEY SUMMARY. TumsscsAv ofterenoon, le'thero. be any onb thing iq which the present ministry havo taken a proper stand and deeaorvo well of the country it is the bardor customs question. ,ro Ia;eo had Yictoria drawing awlay our trado- which we rould not help and which she has a right to do if she.can; still it isI hard for us. These we have hier not,satisfled with this, but oho must also draw away our rovenu--which we can help, and which she has no right to do. There hoo beon at one time or another a deal of .nogptiatioa on this subject; hut whatover ministry ruled in Victoria it has nlwvaysbeon fruitless. . Although South Asstralia never disputed the justice of our claims'andlhas al. waoys willingly dealt fairly in the: mattor, yet Victoria chose dishonestlyto. stiok to.allU:sh could. lay her buolsrangerian hnnds nn. Accusing tthe people and goyrnmoest of Now South Wealos of on tortininog sympathylor those who commit crime, this nation of puru moralists are all thie time com mitt...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
LOCAL AND P1'O?.ICIAL.. Poascr. csrosr.-On Wednesday James Paino and Ellen 1aino brought up for drunkenness were disclharged. Patrick IHartneady for rescuing 'anttle soized by Edward lBanon bailiff of the district court, was fined £5.--On Thursday Mary Ann Anderson for vagrancy was sent to jail for two months.--Yrs terday laaot 1'ratten for usingthreatoninglanguago was sent to jail for a month in doefault of finding seureties to he of good bohaviour. Henry HIill for stealing a concertina belonging to a Chinaman was soent to jail for three months. In two cases for non payment of wages against James Thomas and htmplhry Turner on the complaint of Dennis Spil hano and John Iacelkay tIhe defbndants consented to verdicts for £14 15s. and £13 lts. td. respectively. T's .?alLva r.-A slight divergenc from the track lately surveyed through the town has boon made so that the line will pass between the Scots' Church and the manse. Mr. IBurrowes was engaged on Thursday in surveyoing the site for...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
7ELERIIAPIll IC NTELLIGENCE [FROM oun CORRESPONDENTS.J -s SYDNEY, Thursday night. TsaE following is the result of to-day's racing at Rundwick:-- . Famst DAY--TJUnsiDAY. FIRnST RAC.--TarE SPRING ' BIAIDnN STAKES Of 10 sovs. cech; 150 sovs. added; 13 mile! Yattendon, 3 yrs., I at. Sib......................... 1 Sir Silomon, 4 yrs., 8 sL 9bt h......... ..;..... 2 Ieteor, 4 yrs., 8 st. 9 lb...... ....................... 3 SEco.en ItacL:.-TuE LIEMi is'. Oeh' of the valu of 60 sovs., with a sweopstakes of 15 sovas..each; to be ridden by members of the club; welter weights; lI mile. tincmon,5 yrs., 1lst. . .b........ ....... Evas,5 yrs,11st. ....................................... 2 Preasto, aged, 1 st. 7 lb .............................. ... 3 TitIRDn RaCE.-TatE OrnTIOeuAL SrIxio STKCES Of 3 sore. each, 40 sovs. added; 1 mile, with penalties for icroased selling prices and non-eal.. Brisbane, 4 yrs. (£45), 8 st. 0 lb. ................. 1 SInemou, 5yrs. (notorsale),11st 5lb........ 2: i Cr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
1WVILST ever opposing the adoption of that system of fostering manufactures which commonly goes under the name of protoe tion, and which simply means giving the manufacturer special advantages at the ex pense of other interests, we have a firm con viction that there exists in New South Wales a wide field for the legitimato estab lishmont of various kinds of mechanical in dustry comprised under the general term of manufactures; and it is a source of satisfac tion to observe that the field is beginning to be occupied, though slowly enough. It must be patent to the most casual observer that the circumstances of the coun try are such as to admit of a great variety of pursuits on the part of its inhabitants. Withoutbaingso conspicuousporhaps as some of the neighbouring colonies for particular branches of industry, it is certain that in point of variety our own equals, if it does not surpass them all together. Less pro ductive agriculturally than South Australia, with' gold-mines less rem...
AMERICA. NEW YORK, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
AMERICA. NEw YoRK, iuiy 13. Gonoeral Grant, aftor'attacking Leo on the Chichahominy, suddenly formad his forces with those of Gonoral Butlor, and assaulted Potoersburg city twenty miles south of Rich mend.. After two desperato attempts in one day w:ith a loss of 8000 meon, Grant was obliged to ablandon thie position. Severo oengagements havo takelon place in Georgia. The Fedorals, under General Sherman, wore dofoatdd.withli the loss of 1500 men. Tihe Confederates, assuming the offensive, in vaded Marylanud, defeating the Fedoral Gonoeral Wallace, who sought to withstand theIir advanco. Thie Fedorals rotreated on ])altimoro in disorder. An invading force, estimated at 50,000 men, under Gonoral Lee, according to the latest reports, weoro within four miles of Baltimore and six of Washington. They captured tie private despatchelos of Secretary Staunton, Gonoral Grant, and others, and the telegraphic wires conneeting with Noew Yorlk, broke up the railroad, and. dos troyeod bridges to 1)p...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
TO SUBSCRIIDERS. Ia order loaeas posalera 'e intead to adopt a )plat w,dhlch is Already l)rued bL. ?d ral other l aolel.0 ta achnoolodpr tle receijt oj t'emltloaaee in tI~l# colaun Loalcad of ho lettr. lEMoITO.AOO Ofolvron Irom .Ir. C O. r, ln.hlo's Flatr, for MIr. IV. Iuon. £1 OI.: from Mlr. W. Illal, lourolllo Creock, £2.; from Mr. R. N'itolrll, Throlg, £1 as. 01.; fromt Ir. tL Mlegn, nQuall eyan, ltr eollselions, £7 10,. 7d. Sl URDY, SEPTEMBEh a10, 1 . SSATlURDAY,: SEPTEMBnER 10, 1864L.
THE WAR IN DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
THlE. WAR IN DENMARK. The Prussians have offected tho passage of Alsein Sound in boats, conveying 3000 mon at a time, under alhcavy fire of shells. The Ianes fouglt gallantly, but without avail. 21-0(t, including 100 oflicous, were taken pri sonoras. Botwoon the several battalions on each side an unintosity so great prOvailed that no quartor was gwion or nsked for. The ])ancs lest 30000 men killed in thle retreat Liomon Alsonm. Jutland has boen placed under Prussian adnministration. Thlu Danish oflioials have boen ordered to obey 1Prussian authorities, to whom the revenues are to be handed over. ICing Christian, after this, requested his ministry to resign, and fored us now cablinot, whoseo first act was to send a flog of truco to request a suspeasion of hostilities proliminary to negotiations for peace. A mooeting to settle the terms was to be held at Vionna. It is considered the war has termiiated.
STONEWALL JACKSON'S PECULIARITIES.—I [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
STONEWMLL JACKcSON'S PECULIARITIES.-I heard many anecdotes of the late Stonewall Jackson, who was General Slaughter's com rade in the artillery of the old army. It appears that previous to the war he was almost a monomaniac about his health. When he left the U. S. service he was under the impression that one of his logs was get ting shorter than the other; and afterwards his idea was that he only perspired on one side, and that it was necessary to keep the arm and leg of the other side in constant motion in order to preserve the circulation; but it seems that immediately the war broke out he never made any further, allusion to his health. General Slaughter declared that on the night after the terrific repulse of Burnside's army at Fredericksburg, Stone wall Jackson had made the following sug gestion:-" I am of opinion that we ought to attaclk the eneiny at once; and in order to avoid the confusion and mistakes so common in a night attack, 'I recommend that wo should all strip oursel...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
FRANCE. The King of the B3olgians is on a visit to the Emperor Napoleon at Vichy. It is reported that his object is to try and re cement the British alliance with France. The government are desirous of callin~g a tolographic congross together to regulato tolographic communication in Europo. The congress is to meet in August. Tile Pays states that Franc opposes the German claims to annex the northern part of Schleswig, inhabited by Danes, and warns Germany not to violato the principles of equity.
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. MALTA STATION, July 30th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. MALTA STATION, July 30th. London, July 29th.-Parliamene was pro rogued to-day. Thle Queen in her speech regrets the failure of the conference, and the resumption of hostilities with Denmark, but trusts the present negotiations may restore peace. Laments the American war, but de clarcd her intention to continue a strict neu trality. Although the revolt in New Zealand was not quelled, it was satisfactory to know that large portions of the natives remain quiet. WVas much gratified with the rapid development of the resources of her East Indian possessions, and the general content of the people, and concluded with a satisfactory review of the condition and pro gross of the country.
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864
LATEST FROM~ EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVATL OF TIlE MAIL STEAMER. TuE. following was issueod as an Extraor dinary from this ofico on Weodnesday night: rl'R ieL, iCTRIO TeLEORAPIIl.] The A. S. N. Company's branch stoneamer has arrived at Adelaido, bringing the South Australian portion of tilme mails per the Poninsular and Oriental Company's stonm ship Bombay. Tihe Bombay arrived at K(ing Georgo's Sound on the 5ith instant, two days before lher contract time. The Rangatira with the branch mail madeo a favorablo passage to Glonolg in ninety-two hours. The Australian fMay mails woro delivored in London on the Il1th July. The Quoeen's lhealth continues good. European ntlffairs are still in a' disturbed taote, but the Western powers are not yet involved. The popularity 'of the Prince and Princess of Wales is increasing. 'Thloro is no altoration in the decision of the houme govornment with respect to trans portation; and another convict ship, tlhe lorchantmanl, has been despatched to V'Weste...