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LOSS AND RESTORATION OF THREE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

SLOSS AND IRESTORATION OF THREE i: CHLILDREN. (From tI Hiamilton Spectator.) O.n of the most heart-ronding occurrences which.i over happened in this district, has taken place with in the last ofew days in the noighbourhood of Harrow, C by which it is feared, indeed deemed nearly certain, that the lives of three young children hlvo been, sacrificed under most touching and melancholy cir- . cunistances. On the morning of Friday, tho 12th instant, the children in question, aged from fiveo to " nino years, belonging to a carpenter nameud Duffi, stcedy, respoetablo man engaged in his trado at the' Springhill :station, belonging to toesars. Dagald Smith, and Co., situated between IlHarrow ane Apsloy, started fromn their homo to go to a short di :. tanco away, to cut heath to make brooms. Tho:," had been in tho habit of doing thi boefore, and t o apprehensionsns were entertained for danger. It nnwa I ton o'clock in the morning when they left, and tho) .L were expected back onrly in the aft...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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THE CAPE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

TI?E CA?PE DIFFICULTY. Another colonial war is throeatened. ]; mours of a very ugly ]idind ]have been r0coivc? at Capo Town, pointing to another ~"afir . vasion, Kreli and hIis tribeo boing disturlel, in mind by some prophet or otheor. '' rumours are so fatr believed that troops hene been sent to the frontier; but they are nt 'tc-rtin. Meanwhile, the colonial-office, t lhaving enough upon its hands, has'an a'd I tract of country called No Man's n;nd, to the great satisfaction of tho colo i;s s, who, as they do not support; the army, decidodly approve of increase to thehir pos 'essions.

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BRITISH INTERFERENCE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

BRITISIH INTERFERENCE IN CHINA. Tho success of Major Gordon over the Taoepings at Chang-chow happily marks the tormnination of British interfbrenco in Chinese affairs. The capturo of that city was due to the provision of better means of obtaining access to the breaches made in tihe wall tha" the Imporial forces possessed on the occasion of their first assault, when they were deo feated. British valour thus retires from the contest with some credit, and with all tile more if it prove, as it is expected to prove, to have been thd means of crushing the robol lion. Major Gordon and thosoof his officers who survive must now oither withdraw frem the servico of tie Emperor of China, or re nounce her Majesty's; and it is to be hlopoed thalt they will have tho wisdomn to adopt tile formor alternative. The robellion is said to be virtually at an end, and notlling is left to be done but to trample out the dying eSO bcrs-a task whic h the Imperial forces are considered quite competent to perfor...

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THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

STHE TRABNSPORTATION QUESTION: I think you are not far from a similari ictory on the transportation question. Opinion in tiis country is rapidly gravitating jto your side in the controversy. An im portant letter lhas appeared in tile Daily Iews, from Mr. Macarthur, of Sydney, and awhlo is now in this country. The Times protests against any throats or menaces on the part of the Australian remonstrants, as lilkely to damage tlheir cause and. retard' their success, and warns them that they may proceed too far-so far, indeed, as to induce the mothller country to abanidon recalcitrant dependencies. Tholeading journalinserted, a few days ago, a paragraph from the Sonth Australian lRegister, containing an account of a movement among the colonists of West erna Australia to obtain the discontinuance of transportation. A fact of that kind alone was wanted to administer tho last fatal blow. to the system. Cbntinue your temperate remonstrances, and success willnot be long delayod.

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AUSTRALIAN POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

A1JSTRALMN POSTAGE. SThie infamous proposal of.thtt p0st-oflct 'utoritiecs to increase: the postal rates be Jacen England and the Australian-colnics' has been defeated. A very powerful agita 0o broke out. against the retrograde policy. Not only among the mercantile classes, but for and wide among the multitudes who lve relatives in the southern world, and wlo hlave been accustomed to sustain a fro Iecnt and costlycon5esponon nce with them, Sfeocling of amazement and indignation 'roso on hearing tihe almost incrediblo an nouncment. The outcry was loud and ox tensive. On the 14th, a very numerous and iflluential doputation waited on the' post astcr-goeneral, to protest against the mea sire. The injustic, impolicy, and cruelty of the proposed exoactions were powerfully 'jeged by several members of th odoputation, snd a postponoment was asked until the colonists could ]ave time to express an seinion oni the subject. It was intimated, to, that an intervimew would be sought with yr. Glads...

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

Wanted Immediately, 300 1EAD STORE BULLUCiS, aged from _ 3 to 6. Delivery taken on the station. Apply to FINLAY AND CO. A?atralian Auction Iart. 1624 Wanted, EN to complete a few miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 Maxton. A RESPECTABLE FEMALE SERVANI' wanted, Mae. WILLIAM DAVIE, Clinton House, A 704 Wanted, A MARRIED SHEPIIERD to caro for a Iambiu L flock. Also, STEADY IIORSE-DRIVER. J. MARSDEN. September 16th. IMS B Wanted, A G'OD HORSE-DRIVER. Apply to 1 WILLIAM STEPHENSON, Lake George. 1650 Wanted, A SALESWOMIAN AND MILLINER. To .. prevent trouble and disappointment, appliec. tions will not be received unless accompasiod with referencs of fitness. Apply to 1699 S. EMANUEL AND SON. Bacon Wanted. WVANTED TO PIURCIIASE for cash, THREE TONS OF BACON. JOSEPH JONES, 16 8 5 o Royy Hotel. Wanted, BY a respectable young verson, a situatioo as NURSERY GOVERNESS. Country pro ferred. Address W. B. H, Herald office. G4 £1 10s. Reward. TRAYED from Jellamatong Flat, near Braid. Swood, ...

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

OUIIOUIItN WHIOLESALE PRIIOE CURRIIENT, Wheat, os. Gd. 1 bushel. Floar,GllSe . H2 [on ;u cnneds.L2G Pollare, is. Gd. Vt bosllel; or Is. by tle half ton. Bran, Ia. 4d. hi bshoel; or is, by the half ton. Bread, 7d. i 2-lb. loaf. Ifatre, Hs. Gd. to 4o. S. per busheel. OBarl u, Englih, 3o. Gd. to 4s. l bushel, soarce; Cape, is. Gd. no demand. Ones, 2s. Gd. to le. Gd. ? bushel. Fa Ga l p1s. tofo. £4 ts. b ton. tla5er, IrPsl, l l b.;" salt Td7, to 83d lhe8ae, 44 lb. " :. Iosn ,. 4 ond. to Cd. ; o lb. 55pe, Gd, to Od. lb dozen. potoees, 3li, to :Ie. Gd. b?owl Ontoru, 18ts. l orwL. Yes O:neCCe, prime, from '£4 1O. to £i; inedsl4Cs, L? l0. to Ad. Sheep, 1Os. to 18,li. head. , ipd, ad, ton d. lb lb. Beef (rstail), 3d, to 4d. lb lb. Mltaion (rotlal),? d. lb. Tullowe, bhof, L£L to £27 l tooal muttons £28. Hide,, Is. to Gs. enoh. .hsepslnla. 011.; nahed 7d. lb lb. acrrlaqsrii ton--Sydaoy to Ooulburns £l 10i. to £5; (loul baur to Sydney, £3 to ££1 l.l; tioulburn to Lambing Flat, Ad : Ooulbors to ...

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BRAIDWOOD. THURSDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (Frein n covrresondent.) 'THusL : 'RSuAY ovoening. l:Bishbp o G'odslbuns, accompanied by aossi~:' sqL , loft' lBraidwood on Tuesdnay getweo eaSon and eight o'clock, fdr Bun , i which day it had boon orrangod that the .foundition stone of the intenddd opisco trlr sahould be laid by the bislop.. Tie .' Soares penned a telegram on londay u ibeyn, that Wednesday would be more for the performance of the intended coro. : the bishop, anxious to reach Goulburn 7. , returned a reply that the original day' bo departed from, in consequence of his Sangemoents. ifm. Srchc matters I may inform you that the SAllan, the presont incumboist, has ob Sodf absance for twelve modnths, and the 1 Likely 'has boen appoihted to the Sg Mr. Allan's absence. The most Sof £200 has beoon guarantoeed as the . a feow members of, the church. Mr. rs upon his clhargeon Sunday week, or Sr as the vacancy thus occasioned by the illed up by the bishop. Mr. Likely S bort residonce in this district, has gained s ...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

S YASS. iFro a a corrresonadrnt.) ,dnesday, Septombor 21st, instant, Itlosars. :and Vallaneo (elders) waitod upon the Roy. rj ,Presbyterian inilistor, Ysssto present ;h ? purse containinlg upwards of £G0, and ,w ngddress :- 'o oths ler. IV. Illlher. ,-Titr ialree of looney a n? aebotl prsentoing you ehiltfs your Presbyolris friends ond tihe tottbllo yet, neertlests, as gise It our own astolltokon s f our high sqtrositnlou of your oeal sna , na olnlthIr of al hrlit. h'diotirerst thot wse reserh'd )'oyr loller or ruelgom eshyterios ministtr of Ynss sno districts, te ltortg as you are hs nll rsrpeeta atltquasllttd for ?or ?itsitsut trlot that your p dublic oadmnistratioos lhe been ri b two hears you bare Inbhred amotoost us. red.hat 1505 tlto oto u tod eiot ?s t to o orn for relfre ?iI neer be effaced fro t our Isteorlea. nh ill of tied tIlat yon ehonld s ettle at 9ueanbeynoj ly hops thiot yoe wit oEtCtasonalloy pay Usa visit. a, see.'nnd dear sir, s naltlt you tareowll, prayisn ticest...

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

COMMAER CIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WVHEAT AND FLOU.--At Conolly's Mill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, ls. per 1001b. extra. Pollard, £8 15s. per ton, 1s. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, 1s. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 9u. Gd. per bushel. At Emanucl's BMill:--F'ine flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, 10. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, boat samples, fs. Gd. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, ls. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 15a. per ton wholesale, 1l.'8d. per bushel retail. AvcrIONEERS' rtEPOR3T. - Moessr. P. Dignam and Co. report:-Fat Cattle. The metropolitan marklet continues favorable, and largo drafts of good cattle command attention hero from outside buyers. On Saturday we sold a small draft to lMessrs. Stevenson and Patmoro, at £2 17s. id., and on Monday we placed 80 head from the Murrum bidgeo, as follows:--Threo yards of bullocks, 38 hend, at from £4 15i. to £5 2e. Gd., average £25; and five yards of cows, 51 hea...

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VISIT OF THE BISHOP OF GOULBURN TO BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

VISIT OF TUIE BISIlOP OF GOULBURN TO BRAIDWOOD. (Frons thSe Brtldwoord Dplteotc.) tn,, Right Rov. Mosac Thomas, Bishop of Goul burn, paid a lhurried visit to this portion of hIis diocoso on Saturday last, arriving only on the oven. ing of that day, and leaving again for Bungondoro, whore he will lay the foundation stone of a now church this day (WVednosday), at six o'clock yoster day morning. His lordship wosdriven from Goul hurn by F. It. L. Rossi, Esq., one of the gentlemen hrough whoso exertions the episcopato was foundseld. The bishop next procoods to Tass, where he will proach on Sundaly next. SOwing to tho limited period over which his lord ship's visit extended, it was not possible for the bishop to visit the surrounding gold-fiolds; but it will he soon from theo brief report of his Lordship's olbservations at thie Church Society's mouting on Meonday ovening, that it is his intention to nmsko another trip within a short lperiod, and to atdminislor the rite of confiration. [[i...

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

TH GOLBR Trso~uHE1?A1o O' EsLr S 1u 1S481 Is'tho oldest established journal iU tho soutlhern dtsltiots ot Now South lloles, and oince 1800 tie hoereased ciroulation ItaO rooderaet It oxpottoot to print it bystonm. THE'GOULBURN CHtOMICLE ". ?.oEiLtsooD 1855]. UInytng attetind.n slroolatlon to eorly oqual to thlt of thl loeruld, woa iutoso rartd .wth1 tht paltr o0 31st 300L0r, 1G. T•.-,lMS':. Or .Soo?u pstnos?~otght othltolngo' nood stipoco por querter;l postog s g Ut, oronosbhllnoglte' If pldlonadvanoco-tthltis : prevIous to the coommecnoement of tlo qourter.r. The subserip tloso for twetlvo.ioooths; If paid In adroac Is, t0o.t postage to- ' tludgd; subesribers . rehlourged only from thot me of otor lug tilelot.nafiidn.' ... •'Ordcrs ttoo:dirontlnuo the psopcr must bo occompnoled y ' pyeornt Iu full op to tile end of the current qourter, or tbsp.. : willl not tj attendeclFto. '. .. " ,fho rrgular qouartors end on teo 31tt3Losohi l0th June, 10th, ,,' Soptosmher,n .. ,tt t tlorosohor: ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

na~altsn'e8 ~1ooji'a SATCIBDAY . ..·...Septel 241 n s 5 52 22 2 5SNDAY·.·"'" . 25 550 623 24 MONDAY ····;. . . 120! 55 b55 25 2UESBDALY····. · r22 5421 55 26

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY.. : .... . rTilUsuiY afternoon. MilC. W.II. Sucroe hasl rosligziod :ii seat in tho Ashsombly for East Macquoari, and a niow writ has been iasuod;. T'he nomilation is fixed for the 3rd and thio polling for thile Oth October. :Hope are ontertiined that MIr. J. L. Montelloro wilt oflr hiul self; and in the eovcnt of his doing o anid being sue cossfulwo shall hiuveat last a man in the ABsombly eapublo of daling with 6ur'flinsncos in the spirit of a statesman anda finanicidr. At present no candi datb in the field. Thoro is, Ihowever, a rumour that ic-r.David ]iuehanun will bo proposed. ' With respect td the Cowpor banlquet a committeoo his now been a ppointod,' and thdy are hard at work in mu lting prelimninaryS arr egoenter: A mieting will bo hold t5;morrow ovoning toa.,l tha day ; h a as you' uraeWareo these thinguri' goersrilly oua::8nd dIry before recolving formal ansseont, I do not thinkle it It Ihbreachl of confitlonce to lay that tho 17th of October is thlo dnto on ...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

SOSWALD CRY. ]lY J1 N1. 1ENY WOOD, AUTIOIL O EAST LYNO. C"IAP,?hI??v ... Or some inote in tile county, though exceed ingly poor for their rank, wore the..Oswalds of Thorndyke. Thorndyklie, their country seat, was situated about five miles from Hallirng ham, unit had been generally made the con stanlt residence of the reigning baronet. It was a fine old place; the dyke surrounding it, or dike, as you may like to spell it, from which the place no doubt laid partially taken its name, was of remakable width. It was filled up in the time of Lady Oawald's hus band, the third baronet of his name; and fine pleasure-grounds might be seen now, whelre unwholesome water had once steagnated. Possibly tlhat water had been the remote and unsuspected cause of the dying off of so many of the house's children-as they hlad died in the old days. The second baronet,.Sir Oowaid Oswald, lost five children in succession. Two daugh ters and a son alone lived to grow up; and perhaps it had been as well for t...

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JUVENILE MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

JUVENILE, MISSIONARY ASSOOIATION. Ox Tuesday evening the anniversary' rooting of the above association was held in the WV'esloeyan sohool room, Goldsmith-stroeet. At five o'clock the juvenile collectors partook of tea by" invitation. :'of the superintendent of. the_ Sabbiath-school,' addnat sevon o'clockl the public meoting commenced. -The largo school-room was filled, and 'the small.ono partly so, by the friends of'tho'. young arid. of: the Wesleyan missions. . .... The nov. II. H. Gaud, the chairman,' opened the meeting and called upon tho. secretarFy, Mr. Georgo Swyny, to read the followgin ,.. earso assesst evPOs or o er',c s?.oCI?O Jos'Zme e ksLdre W elOrsosns ,SasorAeo-,, '20ei sorsesrzellf 00." Tel committeer of this sstoooun ihl s muah plmsuie ih pre1cnttng tieir third neiluis report: nlt la tlihr to s sol gratesul emotions t0 tite Glvereo all'dsit gliodiss elirbrepeiie tlhr esrdeaour to a dunraso I iR as?e ".'o.. T se contrlbutons for tlle psst ycsr iare han . .. 1Ss 3, nod...

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MATRIMONY IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

MATI??ronY IN JAVA..-Every Japanese parent is nlloowed to sell his daughter to the proprietor of any "teahouse," or: othei similar la ac; but only some of the poorer clnsses, I believe, avnil themselves of this sad means of economising their household, by parting with their offspring at the tender age of seven or eight. When they are thus sold, the better-looking naturally commani the largest price. Those poor childron aro, for their owners' benefit, carefully tended, being Ieopt in comparative seclusion until they attain the ago of fourtoon or fifteeoon, wrhen they arc compelled to commouence an inm moral course of lifo, the poor girls, liki too many sad victims in our own land, boing deckeod out is the gayest and most fnaciful attiro. Either previous, or subsequent to this time, any Japaneso, wanting a wife, can purchaso oneo of these young oreaturos, and be logally married to her; but, if no such chanco occurs, shel is not permitted to leavo the establishmont until she is twonty-...

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

,'WATEvEn may have been the motives wiich induced the ministry to delay the summoning of parliament till the late period which has bees fixed, the fact is certain to lsadto great inconvenience in the transaction of public business. Supposing ministers were certain of going on in the even course of'their way without obstruction from op posing politicians, it would be unlikely that the estimates would be got through with before the close of theo year; and a repetition of the objectionable practico of expending in anticipation of the votes would be necessary. Brit as the probabilities are that tlheoy will not be sufofered to proceed in this quiet way, the period when the estimates are likely to be passed becomes so uncertain as to be quite conjectural. For anything that ap pears to the contrary, it may not be till tihe middle of next year. Considering that cer tain members of the cabinet have in past times beeoon very conspicuous for their oppo sition to the practice of delaying the me...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

QUEANIEYAN. (From the Age.) eT Friday a fresh charge was preferred against prisonora Eccloson, Donnolly, Finlay, and roll, the gang lately arrested at Ilywong, of ing stolon a bay mare braonded S , spposed to bhe property of Mr. James VWaterworth, mail ractor. Mr. P. Donnolly, of Bywong, shooeep ,and farmor, deposed to prisoner Donnolly ba ot Iywoog the night before the orreost, in corn Swith the other prisonors. They broughta mob orsos with thoem, for one of which Donnolly oined leave to use the paddock, and for themselves * asked the uko of an empty hut. 'The horeo they n now charged with stealing, witness saw nelly lounging. Prisonor then ?nked witOness if ad any menslgo to send to his father who'was o statson, down on the Mlorrumbidgeoo, as they nded travelling in that direction. Witness was ont at their arrest, and nsaw thebo horses taken esion of by the police.-The case was then re dod till Mondayn, when the evidence of Constable manwas tltaken rospecting the prisoner's arreos...

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THE CHURCH AND SCHOOL LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 24 September 1864

TNE CLIURCOI AND SCHOOL LANDS. Tlic argument in the special case under the Common-Law Proceduro Act, intended to determine- the position of tile church and ochool lands, was commonced on WodnIes day,..the 17th instant, and concluded the following day, before their Honors the threo jTu ofollowing is the report of tihe S. I.] Herald: It was a spocial case under the Com mon Law Proceduro Act, 1853, submitted to the court by consentbf the parties, with outpleadiags, under an order of Mr. Justice MIilford, dated 24th August lost to dotermine the legality of certain payments made front the colonial treasury to tihe hea ds of various religious donominatioius receiving state-aid, viz., .the Church of England, tho Roman Catholics, the: Presbytorians, and the Wos loyans Methodists; in other words, to deter mine whether the lands commonly known as the Churpli and Sehobl Lanids weoro wasto lands of tlhe crown, of which the proceeds a?ould passto the. consolidated revenuo, or whether they wore h...

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