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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

AUSTRALASIAN TREEMASONS' HALL, 21 IIOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFo)RD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMIODATIONfor gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Prodces Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepaklins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 REAT . G. H. SMITH, PRACTICAL. HA 816, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS manufacturing every description of IIATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced pricoa-wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executoed. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWORTH, WIIOLESALM A!I)D IRETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEOR1GE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,)...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

CANADA.. A coalition ministry has boon formed in Canada,'plodged. to securoe a.federation of tlhe North American colonies. Ropresoeita tives from each colony to be sent to a contral par"liameont.

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VIA SUEZ. 2nd August. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

VIA SUEZ. SU .2nd August. 'Prlblimninarios of peace botweeoon Germany anxd J)oinmark have boen arrauged at Vienun. Se)onmarkl surrondors Schleswig-Holstoin anid , ,l:iitouberg. ''An estrmangemont botweou Ilussia nnd Gerumanuy is reported. .. Melony easier. I Parliamoint haid been prorogued. The SQueon's speech ftavours the obsorvance of the slimitost nountrdity. The Prussxau ambassador dOnied alliance with kunstria i and lussia. W \imibleton meoting successfil. "'Tlie'Lerds beiat the Commons in a iiflo rfj'Ir.B13riggs, n bank clerk, lid been mur lderedmin a raiway carringe. The murderer * h.'esabped. The 3Board of. Triado returns evince oxtra ordinaryn soundneiseof tadeo. .. The Enast of England BLank hals suspended payment. , Tise French government suggest, the h6lding of a congress to regulateo European alhirs. : Tlio ICing of the Bolgiuns closed parlia iebnit abruptly. The following is from the extoended tlo : grams of the S.': M. erald: -.. On the brealking up of the London Con ...

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SINGULAR REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

S.xourLsn JE5iEST.-TIlO interment of Miss Hardman, whoso death at the advanced aged of ninety-two years, we noticed last weekl, took place on Wednesday. She was buried in tihe family vanult in P?eter's Pro testant Chlrch. The funeral took place on the eighth day after her decease. It is not usual in Ireland to allow so long an interval to ,elapse between tlheo time of a person's death and burial; in this instance it was owing to the expressed wish of the deceased, add, as this originated in a very curious piece of family and local history, we may refer to the circumstanco-evorybody, in fact, has .heard of it; but the. family in whicli and locality where it occurred are not generally known. Everybody has heard of the lady who was buried being supposed ddel, and whoe, bearing with her to t]he tdmb, on her finger, a ring of rare price, this was'the means of her being rescued from her charnel prison-house.. A butler in the family of the lady, having his cupidity excited,: entered the va...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

AMERICA. Tho latest dates are to July 16th. The main interest of the month was concentrated upon a raid on a large scalehby the Con federates into thle Federal territory. The Confederates under Brockenridge, Ransom, and Jambordon (some accounts says com manded by Leo in person), marched on June 30th upon Martineburgh, drove out Siegel, and crossed the Potomac by Harpur's Ferry. into Maryland. The nuciibers variously stated as from 20,000 to 60,000 advanced past Fredericic city upon Baltimore, and were shot on tihe Monocachy River by the Federals under Wallis. On July 9th the Confederates defeated Wallis, in flicting severe loss and capturing Goneral. Tyler. 1000 of Walls's men retreated on Baltimore, in groat.disorder. The. Confed erates continued to advance along the North ern Central Railroad, destroying the bridges and rolling stock. On the 11th they captured two railway trains at the Magnolia Station, taking General Franlclyn just arrived from New Orleans with his staff, and bur...

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THE COLONIAL SECRETARY OF NEW SOUTH WALES TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

STHE COLONIAL SECRETARY 0O NEW SOUTH WALES TO IaE. CHItP EniER s5ETAnY OF VICTORiA. SSir,-In reply to your letter of the 4th instant, requiring the government of this colony, as a preliminary to the submitting by the government of Victoria of a proposi tion for the settlement of the question of the collection of border duties on the southern frontier, of this colony, that this government should abandon certain claims of territorial jurisdiction over the river Murray, which this government is assumed to have made on behalf of Now South Wales, I have the honour, by direction of Hils Excelloncy Sir John Young, to state that this government, having no disposition to enter upon a con troversy regarding its legal rights to the jurisdiction in question, which are secured to this colony by law; and regarding the proposal contained in the letter above speci fied as precluding any further negotiations on the subject, have decided upon a course of action which is indicated in the notifi cation...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

CONTINENTAL. The Danish war recommenced on June 26, by tho Prussians opening fire upon the fortifications of Alsen. On tile 29th, eleven battalions of Prussians crossed the Alsen Sound at daybreak, and occupied the island. After some opposition, the passage of the main body of the Prussians was effected by boats, and notwithstanding a sharp fire fiom the Strand batteries, it was soon taken, and the Danes were forced to retreat, after stub bornly contesting each position. The Danish loss was very severe, amounting to nearly 41000, many of whom weore prisoners. The remainder of the Danish forco embarlked in ships for the Island of Funen, where the groater part of the Danish army was concentrated. The PTrussian and Aus trian forces have since occupied the wholo of Jutland, and the islands of Western Schleswig, the coast allies were makling preparations to attack Punen: and it is also reported that they threaten Copen hagen. Great excitement and alarm was felt for thle Danish capital. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD [EsAnLSHr.ED 1848) ts the oldest estohsah hd journol in the southern dttrictl ol Io' South Wales, nod sinc 1800 its iocreasod circulotion has rendered it expedient to print it by sotoa. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LEsLrSoulano o 1855) f ng attaoned n otrcuhlont n.n..rly oquMn to thit of tLe cierus iu corporatd oith that paper onh 31t rhrlo 1Jn 1 Ta1Itts: Or Su?>snrioo o nght r ilgoi antge o hd sipenc per lutrti oostage 2s. 2d.; or o00e chiilling bler l Op idn Odonoeethsta preous th te ct mencemeotltof tiole quarter. thesub ?cr teIon for toi onuthst, if pouId ln drnce, is 30. posttogi0 ,fLuded. Subscribro o re chnrged only from the time o en00 tlg OthOr onaros. rItdr to oBlLcontinue the pop.r Usr t bh accompanied h y pnyment in ftotl up to tile end oetteoourrent ouarter, or th.i ilt not beo nittended to. 'Tihe regular oluarters end on the 31st haroh, 30th JunO, 30th Septeomb er, nd 3st e icrrmbe r. Gor Avoooooroo - Adooritienons or0 chargetd for tt followontg rtos o...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

OSWALD CIAY. . BY MIL. HIENRY WOOD), AUTHOR ' ItAST LNNE. CI[Ar'PsI' I.' Ir was market-dny at llnlliglnam-a mode rate-sizedandit once beattifol town, Ibut cut up now by th'o ugly railroad which had choseni to take its way. right, through it, and whoso Ilargo station is built on the vnry spot where the Abbey Gardens used to flourish. These were flanous gardens once; and not so long ago they were the evening resort of tlhe townspeople, who woolt promenade there at sunset, whatever the time of year. Since tiho gardens had been seized uponu for the railway purposes, a bitter fetud of opinion had reigned in the place: the staid old inhabitants mourning and. resenting their town's desocras tion;' the younger welcoming the new rail, its station, nud its bustle, with all their might and mairi, as 'a gratefel inbr.ak on their monotonous life. The trains from London (distant some sixty or seventy miles) would go shrieking and whistling throuigh the town at any lihi' of the: day or night; and,...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (VIA SUEZ.) LONDON, August 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. (vIA SUEZ.) : OXDOnX, August 2nd. ,Preliminarioes of peace have boon ar ranged, and an armistico was sighed at Vienna yesterday, the basis of which is that Lanenberg and Schleswig-Holsteinare to be added to the territory of the German powers. SThe islands in the North Sea are also to go -with Sclloswig. The island of Ano re mains .with Denmark, and the Jutland frontier question is to be re-considered. SAn estrangement has taken place between Prussia and tlhe minor German states.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

COMIMERCIAL. LoNDox, July 26. The Bank of England raised the rato of discount from 6 to 7 per cent., which caused a groat decline in public securities. The funds fell I per cent. Speculative-foreign bonds I to -; home railways - to 1 per cent. Consols for money, 90-1; for account 901 to 3. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT SEOURITIES. New Sduttli Wales five per cent., 1866, January to July, 97 to 99; Victorian six per cents., April-October, no quotations; New Zealand, ditto; South Australian six per conts, 1878, 106 to 108; Queensland ditto, Janutry to July, 103 to 105.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAM. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

REUTER'S TELEGRAM. • Lo?no', July 26. The Queen is at Osborne; her health re mains good. The rovenue returns for the quarteor ended Junelo 30th, show a decreaso of £620,902 on the yeur, and a decrease of £216,004 on the quarter. - The chiofparliamentaryoevont of the month has been the great trial of strength between the .ninistry and the opposition. On July 4,! MIr. Disraeli moved an address to the Queen, regretting the failure of the confer ence, and expressed his opinion that the course pursued by the government had lowered the just influence of England. The counsels of Europe had thereby diminished security for peaco. Mr. Kinglake moved an amendment, expressing his satisfaction at her Majesty having been advised to abstain from war. The debate lasteduntilthe 27th, when Mr. .)israeli's motion was rejected. Thie motion in favour of the government was 18-the numbers being 295 against 313. IKinoglake's amendment was then carried. A great deputation waited on the post master generalon...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

AOIERICA. Tio Confederates have re-crossed the Potomac with immense spoil. Negotiations for peace have miscarriied i I The Fedorals demand a restoratibin of the. Union andthe 'abolition of slavery. There is a movement in the North in favour of separation. General Johnston has been superseded by Hood. President Liricoln demands half a million volunteers. Secretary Stanton's removalis nnticipated. The judgment of the House of Lords has booeen given in tohe colobrated Yelverton case. The judgment was against the claim of Mrs. Longwortli Yolverton: The wool sales conitinue at the opening prices. The pressure of the moneoy'markto is sub siding, but consols eare flat at 895. Parliniiont is prorogued. TheQueen's speech declares that strict neutrality is to be observed in American affairs. Sugar quiet. An interruption has occurreod to .the tole griph lino-in theo Persian Gulf,, and it is foueared the submarine . cable is seriously damaged.

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

PORTUGAL. QOwiog to the failure of the harvest, it is statedrthat the Portuguoso ports will boe oponed for the free importation of grain.

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AUSTRIA. VIENNA, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

AUSTRIA. VIENN,, July 23. A preliminary meeting of the principal Austrian, Prussian, and Danish plenipoton tiaries was heold to-day, at Vienna. An interchange of views took place, and the sit tings of the Conference will commence rogularly to-morrow. It is rumoured that a rupture between ustria .and Prussia is probable. The Vienna papers side with the Federal troops against the Prussians in the late military disturbance, when Prussia unwarrantably occupied Roeadseburg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

S 0 n MALDEN YEARLING EWES, of a l. p ery superior description, for .private sale. Apply to R. CRAIG. Iraidwood, September 8th, 1864. 1617 Wanted Immediately, 300 R11AD STORE BUDLOCKS, aged from 3 to 6. Delivery taken on the station. Apply to ' FINLAY AND' CO. Australian Anuction Mart. A C1624 Wanted,. GOOD YARMING tMAN; also, a BOY to A look ater stock and assistwith the milking. Apply to 152 JOIIN WOODS, 1597' Inveralochy. Wanted, . rTWO o01 TIllIE1 HIORSES AND MIEN to Simpound oll stockfound on the Currabungalo Estate. Apply to . n. IR. CRAIG, 1556 Agent, Goalburn. Teoams Wanted, T lotlherwood, Lao lathurstt, i lod for A Syd,,,... o.. " 'r_1 ? 2,tl July 1864.' 1358 wanted, A IOY, to ma.t, lihimlf ge?e'lly .seIl. 1618 E. MANDELSON AND CO. Wanted, EN to complete a feiv miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 .M .. axton.. Wanted, SRESPECTABLE nod willing FEMALE .. COOK for tho country (Cooma). Apply to Mns. FINLAY, 1605 Yasa Road. Binda. R. tDWARtD MOliEISS hns blon appointed -...

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CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

CALCUTTA. Sir Chailes WVood's financial statomont on thle Indian budget is considered very satis factory hero. The application of the. nlharajahl of Onshmore to the British go vernmont for grants of land in lieu of money lent, for services rendored during tie Indian mutiny, is distinctly refused by thed secretary of state, who says rewards may be given, but not in transfer of estates to independent princes. In the case of tho Crown v. Mahomet Shuffer and ton others, for high treason at ULmballah, three of the prisoners have been soutenced to death, and the rest to transpor tation for life. A company of gold-coiners havo been detected at Umbnllahl. For oight years they supplied the north-west provinces with I gold mohurs. They lhave been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment, and fines of 410,000 rupees.

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

OIOULeGOUN WIIOLESALG Pt'Ott tURt tNT. erBwoe8. G 1. to Ge. teohtol. 4oo. to, £26 6 too ; .oooodo £26 'otllrdt, Ge. it. 3d1 bseltee; or Jo. by tio llft ton. l/'n, Ge. dd. 31 belthol; or it. by the talt ton. trood, tt4t. 3 2-lb. loaf. olnltr, 3G. Gd. to dh o . G, per buol.t'et fhrl?el, loglitot, 3GO. Gd. to Gd 3 tooteotaooroe; Copo,Ge. Gd., tno deanood. Oots, Gs. Gd. to 3G. Od. % touhel. lioy, £3 tOo. to £4 tes. 31 ton. iut?olor, free.h, Go. 3 tb.; olt, 7Gd, to Gd. Clore, d4. 31, to. Iflhooo. ,].4d. to Gd. 3 tb. ItGd, 8Gd.to od. 3 dn1on. Pototoro, Gn. Odc. to 4, 1?o et. Onloto 1B*, o. cot. • Fet (tOttle, pronoe, from £6 to £6; meodiuto, £ to £4 1GO. Sttoop,3 14. to 18G. jthed. t'pua, Gd. to 4d. 3 tb. " )tae (retnll), Gd. to 4d. 31 0b. Mltllton (rCretlt, dd ? 11. Talloo', boot, £26 to £GG 3 too; outtoon, £8. Itdo,, Go. to Go. Eroo.. Olopotloersk . Gd.; cesheod 7d. 1 lb. Calfoge 31 too--,ydooy to (toulburn, £4 10e. to £G; Ooulo kurn to ynG~ £~f 3 to £:13 O.; (toolburn to Lambtng ]:lpt,...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

. TURIKEY. The Porte has'closed all Protestant mis sionary.establishments, and arrosted several converts. The Protestant movement is said to be greaontly spreading amongst the us sulmon, honceo thle arbitrary measures of the govornmont.

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BALLARAT AND ITS INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

BALLARAT AND ITS INDUSTII.S. (From the Wreeklq Args.,.) GOLD-Min· xo is, of course, the principal resources of Ballarat. Of lato years, how evor, many local industrics havo boon estab lished; td nieot the wants of tle population settled on the spot; andit devolves upon us, in the course of thoso scetches, to state how far this good work has boon proceoodd with. With the first groat extension of mining oporations iron foundries sprang into exist onco on Ballarat. There are now throo largo foundrios-Hunt and Opio's Victoria, Cartor arid Co.'s Phimnix, and Robinson and Thompson's Soho Works, besides throo or four comparatively smaller establishmonts. Their principal omploymont consists in re pairing engines of English manufacture, of eoplacing breakages, and of manufacturing all sorts.ofpuddling, pumping, winding, and stamping'gear. 'The fact that the raw mate rial has to be imported, together with the higli wages given, prevents any very exten sive and successful competition with the ...

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