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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

TO SUrSCRIRIIRS. In order to save pOtooott tre intend to odapt n plan nt1eh 1t already pursnued by sevtanlother paes nond nolnomlntdt the roeceipt o] rt,,eittanct 's OhIt colonso Insteod of by lOtteOr. BEUIrTTorA.sWl ntirtt from Mr. f' I0. trarkbon, Toot, for tol lecoiono, L2 7.; fromn Mr. .John VotI, ]Inogomorc, far collectlono, £1 Ito. toO.; from Mr. T. tlla, Brnhteood, for rottootlono, £2 4s. Ott.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL A HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle sln. Private families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores, MAESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared L3 ' to receive wool, sheepskins,' tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction 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. 193 G. H. SMITH, PRAVCTICAL EATTER, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, Is manufacturing every description of HATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of Eaglish and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWOR.UTH, WIIOLESALE AMD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,) IMPO...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

THE present moment is not an inopportunlo one to say something concerning the con struction of bridges. If any plan, not hither to introduced into this colony, can be adopted, by which to avoid the destruction of these costly public works, it is surely of importance that it should be done. There is no reason why we should continue following the old methods of bridge-building, when improved plans can be made available. Formerly it was the practice to build strong heavy bridges, very solid, and offer ing vast resistance to the waters they crossed when these were swollen by heavy rains. If it were known that a weak bridge presenting to the stream a small body, capable of offering but a very slight resist ance, would stand far longer, thlan a much stronger structure that considerably im peded the escape of the waters, the principle ?as certainly not acted on. It is in fact only now beginning to be acted on-it is still far from being fully recognised. Some considerable time ago suspensio...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

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ENGAGEMENT AT TUPELLO.—DESPERATE FIGHTING OF THE NEGRO TROOPS. CAIRO, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

ENGAGEMENT AT TUPELLO.-D-ESPERATE: FIGHTGfl OF THE NEGRO TROOPS. CAno, July 23. The Memphis Bulletin of-the 20th: has a statement, made before the provost nmarshal by Lieutenant Allen, from Forrest's com mand, who ,deserted and. took the oath of allegiance. 'He' reports that General .S D. Lee commands Polk's old department. Richardson has been superseded by Neely, he having been charged with making two million dollars out of the conscript business. Richardson has escaped punishment, and is now livinig in: Western Teinnessee. Allen confirms the reported wounding of Forrest at Tupello.. The rebels lost 500 in the fight at Guntown with General Sturgis, and.most of this loss is. attributed to the desperate fighting of our negro. troops. Nearly all their victims are shot through the head' and breast. Allen knew nothing of the presi dent's amnesty proclamation, and says that the rebel soldiers are ignorant of it. The Southern people think if Lee and Johnston are beaten the' Confederacy wi...

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OPERATIONS AGAINST CHARLESTON. NEW YORK, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

OPERATIONS AGAINST CHARLESTON. NEw YoRc, July 22. The Herald's correspondeont at Hilton Head, writing on the 13th, says:-There has been severe fighting by our forces on Johnson's Island, under General Hatch, composiug part of the recent expedition. General Saxon sent a regiment on Thursday to attack the rebel right, where a battery had been stationed. Our men charged on the double quick so furiously that the enemy retreated in confusion. They came very near capturing the battery, which the enemy had just time to limber up and be off with, after considerable loss. A fight occurred on Saturday morning, the enemy having re ceived reinforcements. The attack was made by the rebels, who advarted about four o'clock under cover of a ho.va g, and drove in our pickets nearly oP Fort Pringle. In five or ten mindl sWm the time of the attack the enemy retreated in great confusion without having reached even our front rifle pits. Their artillery opened on us with great fury, and under its fire th...

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GENERAL SMITH'S VICTORY OVER FORREST IN MISSISSIPPI. MEMPHIS, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

GENERAL SMITIHS VICTORY OVER FOR REST IN MISSISSIPPI. MsnF.mrms, July 18. I am indebted to one of General Wash burne's staff for the following :-On the 5th instant, General Washburne sent a force of infantry, cavalry, and artillery from Lag range, under Major-General A. J. Smith and Brigadier-Generals Mower and Grier son, with instructions to pursue Forrest, and bring him to bay, and fight and whip him. The orders were to pursue him to Columbus, Mississippi, if they did not overtake him this side. A despatch from General Smith to General Wasliburne, received to-day, says: " We met Lee, Forrest, and Walker at Tupello, and whipped them badly on three different days. Our loss is small compared to that of the rebels. I bring back everything in good order-nothing lost." A scout has since arrived at Lagrange, who reports the enemy's loss to be two thousand five hundred.: Their defeat is overwhelming. It is also stated by persons who have come in that the rebel General Faulkner and Colonel...

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AMERICA—NEWS TO 1st AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

AMERICA-NEWS TO Ise AUGUST. (Prom the S. M. Herald.) WE are indebted to Captain Howes, of the barquo Othello, for Californian papers to the. 2nd August, being twenty-six days later than previous adviccs. From New York we have telegraphic in telligence to the Ist of August, i.e., sevon teen days later than the news brought by the mail steamer Bombay, via Marseilles. Unfortunately the wiro gave way in the middle of the message passing along it, so that we o'are left in the dark as to the result of some important military operations then in. progress, under General Grant, on Petersburg. A portion of Grant's army were on the north side of Richmond, and threatened the fortificationis of the city in that direc tion. ' ?We quote from the Alta California the following resumnd of the news: That Journal of 2nd. August remarks: The despatches received last night clear all that was left in doubt by the news of Sun day.' The fort blown up was one of. the defences of Petersburg. It was stated tha...

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PEACE MOVEMENTS. NEW YORK, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

PEACE IIOVEMENTS. NEW YORKc, July 21. A despatch from Niagara Falls says an interviewlhad taken placo between Messrs. Clay, Thompson, 'anda Halcomb, who claim to be commissioners from the rebel govern ment to seek terms of peace, and Mr. Greeley is authorised by Mr. Lincoln to act in the matter. The commissioners propose a resto ration of the Union upon this basis :--- iret, all the negroes which have been actually freed by the war to be secured in sisch free dom; secondly, all negroes at present held as slaves to remain so; third, the war debts of both parties to be paid by the Uilited States; fourth, the. old doctrine of states' rights to be recognised in reconstructing the Union. The propositions were laid before Mr. Lincoln by Mr. Greeley, and the president telegraphed at once to 'Mr. Greeley the terms on which he would propose a settleo ment and reconstruction, to wit, the full anid coniplete 'restoration of the Unioni in all its territorial integrity, the abandonment of slaver...

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STEAMER BURNED BY GUERILLAS.—RETALIATION. LOUISVILLE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

STEAMER BURNED BY GUERILLAS. IRETALIATION. LOUISVILLE, July 19. The steamer St. Louis, hence to Neash ville, and laden with government stores, wvas burned yesterday by guerillas at 'Sail ors' Rest, on the Cumberland River. Four rebel prisoners have been sentenced from our military prison to be sent to. Mitchellsville and Clarksvillle, to be shot, in retaliation for the murder of two Union men near those places. Private despatches say that gold was quoted on Wednesday at 260 to 263. PIIILA?DEL'IIL, July 19. The army of the Potomac corresporident of the Press says the artillery fight of the 15th, at Petersburg, lasted two hours, when our shells burst. directly in the rebel em brasures, destroying their cannon, and forc ing. them to retie. .Thdy lost at least six guns, and the breastworks lately occupied by the enemy during our advance towards Petersburg, have been levelled. NEw YORIn, July 19. The Richmond Whig, of the 15th, says Sheridan,. with two brigades of cavalry, is moving towa...

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THE BORDER CUSTOMS. SATURDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

THE BORDER CUSTOMS. (From the 3. 1. 1Hcrald's 3clbourno tIeleram.) SArTUenD evening. TIn following proclamation was published in a Gazotto Extraordinary issued to-day. " Whereas the arrangements as regards the duties on goods brought into Victoria via the River Mur ray, made with the governments of Now South \ales and South Australia, by treaty, under date the 31st May, 1859, and published by notice in the Government Gazette, dated 18th August, 1859, have been annulled by these governments by letter dated 23rd September, 1863, from the South Austra lian Government (one of the contracting parties): Notice is hereby given that all goods whicl may ha brought into Victoria (whether by way of the River Murray or otherwise) oubsequent to the expiration of such agreement, and upon which no duties have been paid to this government are liable to forfeiture; and all persons are hereby cautioned against being concerned in bringing into the colony any goods on which the duties duo have not been...

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WESLEYAN JUBILEE CELEBRATION. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

WESLEYAN JUBILEE CELEBRATION. [COJI)tUNICATED.] TE Wesle0yan church in Australia has now reached the fiftieth year of its existence, and measures were initiatcd at the last conference, hold in Mtolbourno, for a jubilee celebration throughout the Australasian \esloyan Methodist connection. It is a pleasing coiecidonce that the year in whicli the Wesleyan lMissionary Society was organized in England was the year in which the first Wesloyan minister was sent, to Now South Walcs; so that while the Wesloyan churches in England are celebrating the jobilee of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, the Vesloyan churches in Australia are celebrating the j oihiloof their existonce. A special meeting of the ministers and laymen of the body was convened ii lMelbourne, in January last, when it was resolved- 5. That this meeting heartily symparthises with the jubilee of the WVesleyan MIisslonary Society, wshlc is now betsg cele brated In Eugland, associated as the origin of that erecty is swith the com...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

(fM lMIE ? Il IA L. GOULBURN, Tuesday' 10 p.m. WoVIIr AND FLo n.-At Conolly's Mill:--FinO flour, £23 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £G 1Is, per t.q, le. 8d. per bushol; bran, £:t per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, Os. Gil. per busheol. At Emunuol's Mill :-Fino floor £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, ls. per 100 lb. extra. Whout, best samples, Os. Gd. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholsaleo, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 16s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel total. Svunr? Plhno?cr. ?IalcKT.--On Friday ??,00s0 Durham and Irwin offered .11 bales of wvool and told 23. The princilpal Ibto were 10 bales greaso, BLt 10d.; 7 bales fleece 18d. The other Iotl broagh. the followingprices :-Greaso, 10d. ; scouredtleOec, 22od. ; shin wooel, 2-d.: clippi?gs, 10. About 4100 eheopskins oero also sold, at from 5,d. to Gad' per lb,. LUoli.t otherweti soprresneo, the rices quoeted to th nrlle are thoso in traus.etloes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 September 1864

Wanted Immediately, 300 HEAD STORE BULLOCKS, aged from 3 to 6. Delivery taken on the station. Apply to ... FINLAY AND CO. Australian Auction Mart. 1624 Wanted, EMN to completo a fow miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 *axton. W?Vanted. BY a respectable young person, a situation as NURSERY GOVERNESS. Country pre ferred. Address W. B. R., Herald office. 1694 Wanted, A SALESWOMAN AND MILLINER. To prevent trouble and disappointment, applica tions will not be received unless accompanied with references of fitness. Apply to 1699 S. EMANUEL AND SON. Wanted, A WARDSMAN for the Goulburn Hospital. Apply to the Superiuteodent. 1727 One Pound Reward. STOLEN or strayed from Mr. Bradley's station, .t Goulburn. Ono DARK BROWN COLT, snip on the nose, star in forehead near hind foot white, JW on near 'shoulder;' 2 The above reward will he paid on delivery to JAMES WILES, 1723 Lansdowne. Ten Pounds Reward. LOST, from the Run of Water, near Goulburn, on the morning of 18th instant, A DARK BAY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD LEsT ?rns EDe 1848] Is tihe oldest cstalelished journl in the soutlhern dtlsertcLs New eouath Wlee, nnd sence 1tUtO I iticreased clerulothon ~b rendered it expedient to print it by steam. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LF.STADLMSHED 18551 lnotelng ettetneed a eereulntlon nearly equal to thateof ete. herald, wans lcorporanted ntl thlent paper oe 31st J?ureh, tlO. Or SUeSCenPTIre eight ohltllngs and tixpeono per q1urtrs; postge, 2s. 2d.e oronoshillteg le*e tfpatdtln ndeaneoe-ttea preteua to tete eeeeemeneeeent of tile querter. The subwrtpt teon for twelve months, if pnid In dnee n e es t0 , pos raleti' eteeded. Subscrlbers ore ctnrged only fromthe lmeofcoL ." ing tteeir tame, by Orders to deisonthue the paper must b co nempabbyin pn~yment in full up to the end ofthe current cluartcr, or they will not bun qttnded to. ts The regutar etuorters end Ontlee Olat hanehe 2Oth Janeeh tth teptelter, and .st .lember. " r " t Os AVnvTsta:- Advertlseruents nre ehargedl fee ale olowelng...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

OSWALD CRIAY. CY MtIS. HENRIY WOAD, AUTICOR 0P 5'AST LYNNEI CIIAI'TER VI. DR. DAVENAL stood in his dining-room in consternation, wondering what the noise could mean that was upsetting tire equanimity of his house. Its sound penetrated even the deafness of Miss Bettina, who remained transfixed until lhe room door was flung open With a load'commnotion, and two boys leaped1 in. Two merry-hearted boys of eleven and twelve, bearing in their dark skins the traces of their West Indian birth:-they scprang simulhaneously on Dr. Davenal, each ca mouriu for the first greeOlting from Uncleo "You rogues!" exclaimed the doctor. "What brings you here to-day? " They wore too excited to explain. One day extra in a schoolboy's holidays, especially at tlie commencement, will turn young leado s crazy. Sara Davenal, disturbed by the un usual noise, came running to ascertain its cause,:nnd they quitted the doctor for her, kissing her lovingly. They thlen:had leisure for Caroline and Miss Bettina. "Why ar...

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HEDGE PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

]lEDGE PLANTS. (flErom te Yoman.) Tue following remarks refer in part to a dis cussion at the last meeting of the Horticul tural Improvement Society. The merits of various hedge plants were passed in review, and a very interesting account was given by Mr. Duncan of thle beauty and utility of the acacia lopanthn, treated as a hedge plant. It is not intended here to re-produce the ar guments made use of by the different speakers; suflice it to say, that a few useful facts may be recorded relating only to some of thie best hedge plants for this colony. Post-and-rail fences do not last long, and to replace them is a very expensive matter; it denotes tho listless colonial stylo of doing things, to lot fences go to ruin, and still not to seek for sometlhing more permanent and less costly than the traditional post-and-rail fence. Fromn time to time this subject has been brought boefore the readers of tho Yeo man, and a few words in continuation of it may not be out of place. A hedge of the...

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ON THE GERMINATION OF GARDEN SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

ON THE GERMIINATION OF GARDEN SEEDS. (From the I'eo,,an.) TnaE steeping of seeds of mangold, carrot, sad chicory is sometimes resorted to in order to hasten the period of vcgetating, when the seed is committed to tho earth. Tihe Iraetiee deserves to bo more gooerally fol owed, as the early veogotating of thile seed 5nsures a better chanc of tlhe crop coming forward, and gives it a start of the weeoods, which is a point of great impolrtance. Some loeple follow this principle in sowing gar loen seeds and with seeds of forest trees, thrubs, &c. Tle coniferous trees (as Pinues and firs) are best raised by previously hteeping the seede, or by damping and turn eg lhem twice a day for t\\wo or three days efore sowing. With small quantities of Seeds, the best methlod is to place them in flau le, both under cand above them, okept moist, nd turned twico ee day; clleengieng or washing tie s"ds aned flannel to kees them sweeOOt, aLB t o u seeds are upt to moul if not attended of. hliuch...

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VICTORIAN SURVEYING EXPEDITION ON OUR SOUTHERN FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

?-I?ORIAN Fr.zlEYn G EIPELDITION Ol 002 . THZS FEONtTIEil. 0F-r Ge IT~Sif's Trgeraftl. Ir will , i:htin the _now 4ledne of most of our rn-d=.- it :fr some nine past a well aprointnd staff of snrrevore, &C., have b"en ,aing a g'loiz-al and toporaph?cal .- - t : on ?~T an government, of the con.m, betw.een C.ape Howe and the plains of 3Tfonar. ! is cur-rently reported that the V'irr i' overrnment have ulterior objects r-ew, oin'r Lhan those specified. The har.ra of fa-agouta, lring to the -' u- of Cat. Howe, with its waters navi" 'ble fr 'tITr, miles inland, has reeiv_~d an e--pai' al a.dr ?-ef exploration from the ieoT-.:an -urrreors, who have minutely ex amined?. and we presume elaborately re pnr.i.d upon the country on the northern and sou hern margins of the boundary line as a:: pre:sentdefied. It is currently rumoured that our wily southern neighbours entertain the ananexatironal idea that most of the auriferons countr in and about the Dele gate diggings is witihin the Vi...

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NOVEL MEAT-CURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

NOVEL MEAT-CURING. (From the IYomn.) Oun attention has been drawn to a now meat-curing process, which promises to re volutionize the ordinary modes. It is an English invention, patented by Dr. lott and Mr. Bassett, lwhoso Australian agent is Mr. N. V. Squaroy, of South Australia, now on a visit to Victoria. Though but a few months old, and its properties only half developed, it has already created a great sensation in interested quarters. Dr. Hassall, F. L. S., the distinguished author of Food and its Aduilterations, and other kindred workls, has subjectod the curing fluid-for therein lies thie patented invention-and the cured meat to a critical analysis, thie result of whlich ap pears to be highly favourable to the general hope. Thie admiralty, also, lhave instituted experiments withl a view to tlhe application of thle discovery to military and naval pur poses, and throughout the trades concerned considerable anxioty as to the result appears to have been excited. Meat-curing by thi...

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