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

Australian Alliance Assurance Company, 01 FIRE ANDI LIFE ASSURANCE, and Guarantee for 'idclity. CAPITAL, £250,000. NEW SOUTII WALES BRANCH. Sydney Oflires--Exchange Corner, Pitt-street. BOARD OF RANAGEMiENT: IIon. J. IH. PLUN?IeTT, Q.C., M.LC. W. II. El DREID, Esq. Secretary-JotN _ MAwntIN, Esq, LIFE DEPARTMElNT-75 per cent. of tile profits re turned to the policy holders. Finr DE'AITOIENT-6 0 per cent. ditto ditto. The assured thus hIave tihe security of a large sub scribed capital, uand the henefitst, without the part nership liability, of mutual assurance. W. EVANS DIGNAM, 1094 Agent for Gonulbrn. uarvey's Bark and Quinine Pills with Sarsaparilla, IOR STRENGTIIENING THE CONSTITU 11 TION AND PURIFYING TlE BLOOD, and For the Cure of Ague. These Pills are so prepared as to contain all tho properties of each of these valuable medicines. For debility, indigestion, headacho, losni of appo ;ite,a guc, nervous depression of the spirits, &c., they will be found a perfect cure, and...

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

TIlE CHIEF SECCI-ETE"T OF VICTOIIA TO TIHE COLONIAL SEICCETARY O?' NEW SOUTTH WALESO. Sir,-I do myself the honor to acknow ledge thile receipt of your despatch of the 8th of June last, and to inform you that it has received the earnest and careful attention of myself and my colleagues. In addressing myself to you in reply, I beg to be permitted to express my regret thlat, in seeking the assistance of this govern ment in thle matter of customs duties on goods crossing the Murray into New South WVales, your government should have om barrassod the consideration of the subjectby raising, for the first time, the larger and more important question of the controlof the river, and denying the right of Victoria to tlhe free and unrestricted use of its waters for her own commerce. Ever desirous to foster amicable relations with those adjacent to our own territory, and to co-operato in any measure calculated to insuro the well-boing of the people of the Australian colonies, thle government of ...

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CUSTOM DUTIES ON THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 September 1864

CUSTOMI DUTIES ON THIE MURRAiY. (From tkhe Ielhbourne Argu.) THE following correspondence which has taken place between the governments of Vic toria and Now South Wales, on the subject of thile border customs, has been handed to us by the hion. tile chief secretary, for pub lication: TIe COLONIAL SEOIRETAIRY OF NEW SOUTe WIALES TO Till CIIEF-~,OIRETARY OF VICTORIA. Sir,-I haveo the honour, by the desire of His Excellency 8ir John Young, to address you on thile subjectof thile customs duties on goods imported into this colony across the river Mnurray, from the colony of Victoria, for the purpose ofmaking such arrangements for the collection of these duties as may best suit the convenience of either colony. I take it for granted, that whatever local politicians, with selfish or ulterior objects may urge to the contrary, your government will at once admit the right which this go vernment has to receive and appropriato the duties in question, and to avail itself of all legitimate means ...

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LATER NEWS. (Translated for the Sydney Morning Herald, from the Semaphore de Marseille of the 27th July last.) TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. PARIS, Tuesday morning, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

LATBER NEWS. "2rataulated Joe toe sydney .Mrniog Herald, from the Setnayhore do 2.rarclllo oj thA 27th July lastt. TELEOI5APHICO DESPATCHES. PAoIs, Tuesday morning, 26th July. In the MIonitour of this morning we read the following:--" Orders have been given in our mili tary ports to get ready the vessels which are re qoirted for the transport of troops which are to be recalled from IMeoxico. These vessels will leave Franca id the first week in August." Lo?p?o, Monday ovoning, 25th July. Lord Palmierston in reply to MIr. Lindsay, says that the government does not consider the present conjuncturo a fit opportunity for offering its media tion in America. Lord Granville, in reply to Lord Strathedon, do clares that there is no doubt but that the treaty of 1852-in regard to the Dane-German question-will bo, to some extent, modified; 'inasmuch as England is the solo power which shews itself disposed to maintain that to which she has signified her adhesion. Tvunx, Monday evening, 25th July....

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(From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

(Fromn the Homns Ners.) On thie afternoon of the 7th July, one of the most destructive fires which have occurrod in London for some time resulted in the total destruction of the beautiful Chapel Royal, Savoy, and a vast amiurit of damage to tihe rear of the houses in the Strand in front of it. This is the second fire within a few 'ears at the chapel, which has booeen restored only atoly at considerabl cost. The Chapel Royal possesses-or rather its blaceoned site possesses-an historical interest, as thoe hopel attahehd to the anoient palace of the Dukties of Savoy; it is famous for its splendid painlted coiling, with its bosses and codents of arms, for its reredos and for its ancient monuments. It is now a "Chapel,Royal," in the pnatronagb of the Chancellor of the Duchy of La?n. caster. Shortly after two, thiechapel was discovered to hbe on fire inside, the flames brilliantly illumninatinsg first of all\, thO windows by the extremo west end. The brgan, a voiry fine one, only recently...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

Fire Insurance. T HE AUSTRALIANGENERAL ASSURANCE COMPANY being now prepared to effect insurance against loss by Fire, an agent is wanted at Goulburn. Persons willing to undertake the agency are requested to address the undersigned as early as possible, with references in Sydney where practic able." " e HENRY T. FOX, . .: :Secretary. .13, Pitt-street, Sydney, 7th Sept, 1864. 1613 . Southern Road. '.' ' 2: ND DISTRICT-2ND DIVISION. :! ITENDERS are invited for the forming andFmetal- SI ;: ling of 200 yards of road between Marulnlnand Shelly'aFlats. To be addressed to':th' C.P.S:, Goulburn, endorsed "Tender for Taslkworl, Shelly's Flats,"'on or before the:16th instnht..: Spedificatiotis can be seei at the Court-house, Goulburn: or with fhe undersigned, at Marhlan. ' ; : : A. D.F AUNCE, 1611 . Overseer in Charge.' S-Notice, - iA LL parties trespassing on the Mount Broughton SEstate, on any pretence whatever;, will, after; this date, be prosecuted as tho law directs. 'All persons are caut...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

TELEOJIAPIIIC INTELLIGENCE [oRoM o0r1 COIIIESIIONDENT8.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Tue report of the Mutual Provident Society shows the gross earnings since its formation to be £80,000. The argument in the Snpremo Court respooting thie church and school lands will cormmence to morrow. Fivo hundred tons of broadstuffs havo arrived from California. ]hBRAIDWOOD, Tuesday night. nt. E?uAII WrAINwmoneur, lato proprietor of the Observer newspaper, has boon ordered to find suroties to keep the peaco, having threatoned to shoot the ]ov. .Tames Allan. One pound weilght of gold was got in one day at 1Varrambucca by a party of two mon. The escort tahoes down 5383 ozs. 3 dwts. of gold from the diggings in this diti0iot. None is being sent from Kiandra; but 1000 ounces await trans mission. ]IRISBANE, Tuesday afternoon. Too Governor lhas prorogued parliament. Mr. Coley, snrgeant-at-armn in the Logislautivo Assoembly, has committed suicide. IIELBOU-RNE, Tuesday night. Te. inter-colonial rifle matchl i...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

COJIIAER CIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WVssewT AND FLeoR.--At Conolly's Still :--Fine flour, £20 per ton; seconds, £25; if loss than half ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 1is. per ton, is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £1 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, prime samples, ts. per bushel. At Emannel's SIill:--Fino flour £26 per ton; seconds, £25; if less than hslf-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Vheat, bost samples, 9s. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushol retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton whlolcsalo, lo. 8d. per bushel retail. SYI)NFs Y PseOIsUCe T,£ssaeT.--Iiessra. Durham and Irwin hseld their usual weekly sale of tallow and isides on Friday. Tallow.--4O casks were offered, end taken at an advance on the quotations of lest weok--thus:-Beef at from £21 tfs. to £30 7s. Gd. per ton; station, at from £26 to £21 i es. per ton. IIides. The marleet is depressed, and lower rates were eccepted. Over t0l were offered, thle bullc of which were sold. Four lots of heavy wsore taken at...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

LOCAL AID PRJOVINCIAL. rolci 1E?rotnv.-On nMondlly Thomas 2taguiro and Richard Mort, broaght uip for drunkenness, woro discharged. A case in which James Futton charged Menry Kelly with stealing firewood was dismisused. M gagaret Ronan saommoned William Hordern for desorting his illogitimato child. The defendant ad mitted the chargo, and an order was made for the plymont of 7a. per weook for twelve montlhs.-Y-es terdtlay a ipublican's license was granted to Henry Smtith for tile Itorso and Jockoy Inn, corner of Anubur and Vernor streets. ItitccS'r Ass~aeir--At the Goulburn police oeart on Satardny Edward lNolanl, an elderly mar ried saln well known in this city, was clharged withl comlmitting a rale oeln tile person of Susan Evans, a girl of eloven arid a-half years of ago. The girl's Illhor is dead and her mothIer is serving a senteonco in Goulbhrn jail for larcony, and she herself hais been living at prisoner's houso. The ease was re moanded till olondt)y, on which day, the ovidenc...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

NEW ZEALAND. (From the corrnspoudolet ? h (h . eM. lerald.)J mArcCKLANDL, .ogot 1s 0 Ix my lhtter of Oth instant, par Kateo, I i?forIlo 'ou of tho procoodings' at Ta'lurang on Sir oori.o 'Groy's visit to that place, for tho purposo Of r?.9X ing the submission of tho 'l'iurlirig' tribo proper. On Sir Goorgo's ddparturo tho miniltorsd0lioUd behind tomako .rrangainonto of variodusikindso?wiVO to the surrondor. Thoy took tho chidf moo ithby them and had tho boundaries pointod out to 010 01 Slate oners·. They then decided where the na tives oro for the future to resido, and the selection made heiug close to the military settlements seemed eto g aeet satisfaction to the tlaorios, who are not a little afraid of some of their neighbours who they expect to attack them in revenge for their apostacy. ,Pthe Tauranga tribe owned about l00,000 acres of Ind, annd this wvill give about twice as much as the gevera"' ent reqluires for the first regiment of Wvaiatos who are tobo settled hero. The rema...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

SYDNEY SUJ3I?IAY. MIONDAY afternoon., As usual on the arrival of the mail steamer, which reached here at six a.m. on Sunday, ovoryono is on grossed with the English letters, and little or nothing is stirring, and politics are quito forgotton for the nonco. Mr. G. Ri. Uhr, late sheriff of the colony, died yesterday, in the 43rd year of his ago. The de ceased gentleman entered the office, of which he roase to be the head, as junior cleric some two-and twuenty years ago; and having for some time boon almost entirely incapacitated for business by long continued illness--Ibolievo softening of the brain- he lately retired under the superannuation act. Only about a week since the amount of his pension had been determined on. He was very much respected; and if he had a fault in the performance of his duties it was that he was too kind-hearted. He leaves a large family. A lilulbourno telegram states that large quantities of goods are being sent off for the border, so as to cross before the 1...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

!P~RQPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. (Pro.m our corrtsponlenff. .. : ' : LONDON, July 20. Pwo principal incidents havo absorbed public atton tion during the past month: adobate in parliamont md a murder." Th debaoht grow out of the Danish qucstion, nda involved'n consuro.on tho government in ;caso Mr. Dinraoli carried his resolution. -Ho moved an address to the Qioon charging ininistors writh havinj lowerod thso just influenco of the country by their conduct towards Donmark and Germany. The debato, which oIcupied fqur, nights, excited immonso inetokeat thrbughout: Europe, and has re sulted, not only in n majority of eighteen for ministors,'butin.-ohowing: tho wotld that England n!ono really ondeavoured to oecuro justico for ll parties, and to perform hor. share of the treaties by which tho notions woro bound;' thnt it was not her businoss to go to war.alone for a cll:so to ,which Fraoico hild Raissi woro oqually partioe; nnd that henceforth continorital miuanhloab ro to )h allowod to cxposi...

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TO MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

TO MEIEMBERS OF THE CIHURCHI OF ENGLAND. (Perfevor of the Edlitor of the Iferald and Chrancle.) AnouovT a year since strong efforts were made in various ways to realize a scheme for some time pro. viously enterlained, viz.--to provide a residence for our much respected and hard-worlked assistant minister, the Rev. Richard Leigh. A subscription list was opened, and the ladies of the district, ever ready with their aid in any good objet, seat to work--not only giving a highly successful amateur concert, but, after heavy expenditure both in time and money, got up the bazaar which many of us bachelors have such cogent reasons for remember ing-and got together more than half the money required for the obiject in view. \Iost of you will well remember the invaluable aid rendered on those occasions by our much lamented follow-townsman, the late Mr. N. O. Phillips, whoso time, money, and other resources were so freely expended, as on every similar occasion where general or individual good wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

1 , l {} MAIDEN YEARLING EWES, of a UU very superior description, for private snale. Apply to R. CRAIG. Braidwood, September 8th, 1864. 1617 Wanted Immediately, 300 IIEAD) STORE BULLOCKS, aged from 3 to 6. Delivery taken on tbo station. Apply to FINLAY AND CO. Australian Auction IMart, 1624 Wanted, I EN to complete a ofew miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGIIORNE, 1593 S taxton. Wanted, A RESPECTABLE and willing FEMALE i COOK for tho country (Cooma). Apply to Mon. TFINLAY, 1605 Yass Road. £15 Reward. STOLEN OR STRAYED from Larbort, near Braidwood, the undermentioned horscs: BROWN SADDLE IIORSE, about 15 hands high, six years old, branded JB conjoined on Ithe near side, neck, and shoulder. BROWN DRAUGIIT IMARE, WB near shoulder, blaze down face. MOUSE-COLORED HORSE, tanned logs, branded JS near shoulder. Five pounds reward each will be paid on convio tion of the thlief or thievos; or one pound each if strayed, on delivery to BASSINGTIIWAIGIITE, BROTIIERS, 1633 Larbert. For Sale, A WELL-...

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RANDWICK RACES. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

IANDWICK RACES. (Prom tshe S. A. Joemrd.) Tim following is a ,'Cuemd of the racos on Saturday, the third day: FInsT RACE.--The IrincO Of Wales Stakes, of o sovereigns ench, with 60 sovereigns added; 1) mile; winner to be sold for £100, with allowance if for - less. Or. w. o can'a oh. g. Premier, years, £10, st. 4 ob. (W. Mocre) ............ '. ............ .............. 1 S1P. SkIcor'os oh. . Dick T urpn, 5 years, £ 0,27 t 41b. 1 (C ollvcy) ..................... . ................. - C. Blee's r. 5. Wonder, 5 years, 8?5, 1st. 131b. (.J. Kalen) . . ......... . .............. 3 Scooc asc~.---Tho Iandwier Derby Stakes of 1t sovereigns each, h. ft.; four if declared by 2oth August; .160 sovereigns added; 1t mile. ?tr. O'nally'a b.ac. Y?ttendeon, 3 years, 8 st. 10 lba (Iolmes) ......................1...................... . - ytylsa's b. f. Colose Daw,, 3 ysnss, 8 st. 5 Ib ...... This was a very hollow affair as the two horses that started (Ruby having been scratched) belonged to the sa...

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AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

J the Herald and Chroene t ar reminatded that their qtar. ! terly tatenmlts are noan due. TO sUtSCRIERtS. in order to nat. po ,lagor Ie. inttend to adatnl a plco tlhAlh is alrcady 3pursued yl ts eeveral other p;qaers and aeknmnledge therroctpt o renittanceso in this colmna inlttead of bh Tt tITntnCnIlr?c1?'rnl roCm. 3r. 'owoll, lterrimhn, on account hf?r.lelly £4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

A. USTRAI ASIANv: FREEMASONS / HALL" ii. · HOTEL.Igl, IYorkstet, St;.B.dfyd :ALTRED BR AD FORD , pr op ietor.o. h .. ,:: ' . . : :. - FIRST-CLASS9ACCOMMODATION for gcntle. moe.. Private families will at this hitdl find ithe!oion' forts of nashomeo :.t·l- : ni : il::u., 2' s:i 1712 rES'sR~YutJRAMiiad JEWibI 'are proparbd~. fori al.by auction? or' pfic l;", l 'at' th'eir]roOuc St6iir Circaclar Quay, Sydney. . Liberal asldvAines mode on wool, sheoposhin;, tillow, and hides consigned,to them for sale or shipment. Circilar Quay, Sydnioy. 1293 HAT S. G:' H.:G SMITH, 'PRACTICAL ~hATER,* -316,~ GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-stroeet, IS manufacturing every description of HIATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipmentsadf English and French Goods, all of which he offers atereduced prices--whlolesale and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B,. HIOLDSWORTH, WIIOTLESALE AnD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, S(Iron Yard, Ml...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

TulE news by the Enlglish mail is most im Portant, and in manyv respects very satis actory. The Danish war may be con ridorod toerminated. The result of the do rato in thie British Iousso of Commons on the course pursued by tihe ministry probably ?onvincod King Christian that all hopo of asslstanco was at an end, and lhe theoroforo -ado direct overtures for peaco. An •rrmistico was immediately conclusded, in !order to allow time to arrange the torms. It Ia deeply to be regretted that the )Danes ivoroe not made clearly to understand from tso first that they would recoivo nothing eom the British people but sympalthy and ad auiration. If this ]ad boon done it is quito ,vidont they would havo coluome to an uudor anding with their oppressors at a very lystage, of the procoeedings, wheon theoy rhap would havo beeoon able to havo ob ained better terms than now, and would iavo spared blood and treasure. Though ?hey h]avo suflbred foearfully themselves, they cavo inflicted frightfill loss on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 September 1864

SBIRTT1. AT Goolburn, on tho 13th insatant, Mre. J. ALt?AN of a daughtor. l DIED, On tho 14th uIlt., at Springfold, of consumption ,A.mF Hny, ag(a[ -8 yerss, youngost 0Hon of tho lato tlr. JA?nsu IIINIv, of Armangh, Iroland, leaving a dostituto wifo and throo children to doploro thoir loso. M?olbourno papors plsmo to COl)'. WDa ad.Y, 'TI. nicI?.B 1 84 W~.nED)NESDAY, SEP'TEMBUER 14, 18041.

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JULES GERARD'S AFRICAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

JULES GERAflD'S ATRICA!N EXPEDI TION. We are informed by the Free Town Ob server of Sierra Leone, that I[. Jules Gerard, the famous lion-killer, has failed in his at tempt to reach the interior of the continent by the route of Timbuctoo. He hlad been attacked and plundered by the na tives, and with difficulty escaped with his life. IDr. Livingstono has just arrived in London.

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