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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BERRIMA QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BERRIIIIA QUARTER SESSIONS. Tur Berrrima quarter sessions woere held on Wednes day, before Judge eIoymott. Mr. Forbes prosecuted on behalf of the crown. The legal gentlemen present were Mlessrs. G. Long (barrister), and R. Driver, and J. T. Gannon (esolicitors). HIOIUSE-STEALINO. George Frederick Brown was indicted for stealing a horse the property of Mr. Robert Forster railway contractor. The prisoner pleaded not guilty and was defended by Mr. Gannon. It appeared frlom thie evidence that thie prisoner was seen riding the homrso in question, and that he was apprehelonded, after considerable trouble, by Sergeant Veornet. 'The only defence was that the prisoner was drunkl at the time, and that the case amounted only to illegally riding. The jury were about live hours considering their verdict; and found the prisoner guilty of horse stealing, but recommended him to meroy. His Honor sentenced prisoner to two years' hard labor in Darlinghurst gaol. A woman named Anu...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

IELCEGtAPHI C IiVTELL1GEICCE [1"ROMz OU3R CORRESPONDEN?TS.] [Coonr onse cnulneos'onusssss~ SYDYTEY, Friday evening. In. Unsmo, artist, connected with Punch, and his wife, mother, and two brothers are missing. Their boat has bcon found smashed, and it is supposed that they are drowned. Five hundred tons of Chilian and three hundred tons French flour have arrived, causing prices to full 10s. per ton. Cory, the solicitor, has been suspended from practice for six months, for insulting the bench. MIr. David DBuchanan is elected for East MIac quarie. BRAIDWOOD, Friday night. Toe-ns Matthew and John Hyland were brought up and examined on a charge of stealing a bulloheh, the property of Mr. Scott, of the Long Swamp. They were committed for trial. Bail allowed. MELBOURNE, Friday ovening. IMai. MIILLCO has been returned for the Western Province. Dodgson's liabilities are over £100,000. Flour easier.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

SYDNEY SUMMAItY. Tlunse.D.Y afternoon. TrE judgcs-as oevryono boforehand know they would--have decided that the church and school lands are Hstill hold in trust for the promotion of religion and cducation; and, as I ventured to predict, they have avoided saying whether this trust is con finced to thie Church of Enigland or extends to other religious denominations. ''They have thus, as they havo often done in other cases, decided only half of twhat was necessary for the final euttlement of the qluestion; and in this matter their conduct is the more to be blamed becacuse the suit was a friendly one, and the object was to determine, not only the mocro technical point as to the legalityof the payment of £3100 0s. ,Id., but the whole question of the actual position of the lands in disputelo. The attor in~y-g.eoral, too, strongly urged the necessity of a decirtou being arrived at on this point. But their Ilonors wouldn't give one. So as the matter stands rt fresh case must be submitted to...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

BER?IIdMA DISTRICI' COURT. Morley v. Wakeolild and Larkin.-Theo plaintiff ucd theo defendants for taking and quarrying stono from off the plaintiff's land. Mr. ]Yorbes appeared or plaintiff; Mr. Driver for dofondants.-Vordict or plaintiff for £80. Peacock v. Roberta.-Claim for £40 for work done; breaking stone on No. 6 railway works. Mr. Ciannon for plaintiff; Mr. Forbes for defendant. The defendant paid £14 into court, and the plaintiff got judgment for £4 2s. boeyond that sum. Breen v. Me Donald.-Claim £96.--Mr. Gannon for plaintiff; Mr. Long for dofendant.-Vordict for plaintiff for £80. Stoneo v. Rush.--Claim £15.-The plaintiff ap peared in person. Mr. Forbes for defendant.-Ver lict for defondant. A number of undefended cases were thon heard mod the proceedings closed. T.nn BISanor's Totua.-As announced in a former .lumbor, the Lord Bishop left Goulburn on Thurs lay morning last for his western tour of visitation of the diocese, accompanied by Mrs. Thomas. At the Red House divino...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

8ATUBDAY . Oct 532 2 7 C8UNDDAR .U.DAY ............ 0 5 31 S3 |8 MONDAY ............. I0; 30 0 4 h TUESDA Y ..... , Itj 623 06 10

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

TO ADVERTISEGRtn J. F~RW?An0ra munt U end la' Od. Omor bfora hBi adortite mont can bo itterted. TO SUBSCRIBERS. In ordor 0o 0ave jPotagra ,te intend to adopt a plan ,hiTch t already pursund bl severalol other papery altd nlonoleldge the recclpt of remittanctes in this colum,,n intread of by rlettr. GEIOTTAdn Czs nGElocponE froo 3fr. WPhentlty, Dalton, on no. count ot ?r. T. Drono, L£ Ia. 4d.; lrom ,Mr. A. FTanor, Uundnroo, £0; from 31r. E. Donning, Tnralgn, for collectionst £3 GIn. Gd.

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

OSWALD CRAY. BY 5111RS. ILENrIY WOOD, AUTHOlI 01o EAhST LYNNPE. CIIAPTER VIlt. NAnRLY four-and-twenty hours after' that, Dr. Davenal was pacing the same walk side by side with Lady Oswald. The wedding was over, tllhe guests were gone, and the house, after the state breakfast, had resumedl its tranquility. Of the guests, Lady Oswald had alone remained, with the exception of Air. Oswald Cray. It was one of those elab orate breakfiast-dinnsers which take hours to eat, anld five o'clock hIadl struck ere the last carsriage drove fiorom tie dloor. Lady Oswald asked for some tea; Mliss Davenal, as great a lover of tea as herself, p"artook of it with her. Captain Davenal pre ferred a cigar, and went into the garden to smoke it: 1Mr. Oswald Cray accomlpaniedl him, but he never smoked. Both of tlhem were to return to town by the seven o'clockl train. By-and-by, the tea over, the others came out on the lawn to join timt--Lady Oswald and Mliss Davenal in tlheir rich rustling silks, Sera in her ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

I_ is perhaps a fortunate circumstance that the colonies are yet in a state of tutelageo, that they are not in the position of indo pendent states, with the possession of stand msn armies; otherwise we might at this mo ment be' on the eve of active hostilities with our neighbours over the border, troops might be conveying towards the Murray, and the two conflicting states resounding with pro parations for mutual slaughter. In every point except the ability to wage war, we seom to have arrived at the stage when reason is thrown aside, and the quarrel re ferred to the last argument of kings, the sword. As it is, the border duties question will apparently have the effect of engender ing feelings of an unfriendly nature between Victoria and New South Wales, which may last for years, and perhaps at a future time give rise to unpleasant complications. Yet, stripped of the cloud of legal verbingo which has been thrown around it, tihe question is a sithple one. The parent colony has an un d...

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MEN OF GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

MEc oF Gewlvs--It is a generally re. ceived opinion that men of genius have been indebted to their mothers rather than to their tathlers for any portion of tlhehir abilitie that may have beon heroditary. Intho acceptanco of this opinion we are n0m gallant than correct. The Basirts (e:gra vors) present one of a string of oexamles 55 might tlread, in which a particular tlent was handed down from father to so, 5d thence to grandson. James and John a T nouilli, mathematicians, with the sMn (Daniel) and grandson (John) of the te?l, all of European coloebrity for their scies 0, attainments, might be placed on the sem list; as might also the instance of Ths555 Galo, .utlsor of the inscriptions on the moo umont, and his sons Roger and samuel, lir whom wore antiquarian writers of eminsnof The father of Raffaollo was a painter; ths father of Mozart, a musician of no mes di tinction, being vic-echaplmaster and ro poser to the Prince Archbishop to burg; Cuyp was the son of 5 psintere t was also...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

MAIIRIED, O: the 27th September, by the Rev. II. W.T. Pincombo, at the residence of MIr. J. J. Wad doll, Collector, 88aIUEL, the second eldest son of C. TAUvNTON, Breadalbano Plains, to LtLur E., eldest daughter of J. MinLen, Mlummetll. . .nTl r n 81t tjnid.. SATURDAY, OCTODER, 8, 16SGl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD [EsunuIhlDJm 1848] Is tho oldest estlblished journal In the southern distrlcle of Oow South ',Vles, nd sinceur 1860 its incre1sd irculatlon hO rendered it expedient to print it by steam. TIHE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LEsrA?tIsUED 1855] IItwlng nottnled circulatlou nerly quol to that of the Uerald, wos iucorpordted onith plot ppcr o 310 Jnre1, 801 Or SouseitLou ei gllt h tllings o ad lopenco per quartr; postaieo, 2. 23.; or ose shilliog lIpad fprdito adwnc--hmli previus to the commencment of thes quarter. The auer?heP lio for twolho montls, if paid in dadonce, tis 3St, poe*l 1et0 eluded. Sulserlibers are ulurgod only from the time of ontO og thrNnme Ordeor 0o discontinue tite poper nuet bo accomprnied by pyment in fIull uop to the end of t0h0 current 0 qurter, or thbS will not bo attended 0neto. Lhe rgulnOr quarters end ontlue 31St tforh, 0Lh u, Co SeptelbOr, nud lost December. ol ADvuUho sI :- Advertisemenl0 ore churged for ?t th, fo l~llo( rates each itsoruties:--Fo f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Best Portland Cement for Home and Foreign Trade. ESBSRS. 11AlRWOOD AND fATCHER, SNordllheoet, Kent, aro propored to supply the B3EST PORTLAND CEMENT adopted for Stun coing,b Brickwork, Breakwaters, Tidtal, and every description of Building Work". AGENTS on'RTIE COL9NIES' WAI~NTED. HARWOOD AND HATCHER, 7t ' .::; ......Northfleeot, Keut, Eng!land. Religious Reading. ON Sale at the City Rook---' anrt a varloty of hooks in every department of religious literature, amongst which will be found:- Lifo of Edward Irving. Price 10s. Gd.; by punt 12s. Houscbold P'roverbs for Women. Prico Is. Gd.; by Skethso of Scottish Church History, 2 vols. Price 7;. 6d.; by post 8s. Gd. Our xetmplars, Poor and Richb. By M. D. Hill, Recorder of Birminghlam. Prico 7;. Gd,; by punt 8e. The Angel of the Iceberg and Other Stories. By the Roo. John Todd, D.D. Price 4;.; by pust 4s. od. Divine Songs for Children. By Dr. Watt;. Price Is. 3d.; by post Is. Gd. Michelet'; Priests...

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REVENUE OF POST-OFFICE AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

REVENUE OF POST-OFFICE AND TELE GRAPH DEPARTMENTS. (From thc Emi;ir.c.) IT is. evident, notwithstanding the appear auce of a small incrase in last-quarter's post-office returns, that the newspaper tax has been a cause of loss rather than of gain to the revenuo-for oven allowing, for argu ment sake, that some part of the postal in crease is due to tlhe imposition of that tax, the small sum gained by this means is out of all proportion to the decline in the receipts from the telegraphio department. The total increase in the postal revenue is £3020. A large proportion-probably one half--of this must be owing to the increased rate of post age to England. The number of letters sent by mail steamer during the quarter was 57,510. The sum derived from these letters under the sixpenny rate of postago would have been but £1438, whilo under the exist ing shilling rate it of course amounted to double that sum; the change thereofore tended to swell the post-offic receipts to a corresponding exte...

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IMPORTANT FROM NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, 22nd September. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

IMIPOTANT FRO?t NEW ZEALAND. (Prosr the corepondenot of the .3M. Herald.) AuamcaxN, 22nd Soptombor. ITHE Maori prisoners are going to como back. It appears, from information re ceived yesterday by government, that the wvrotched people are reduced to a misorablo 'stato of semi-starvation at the east, and cannot find their way to their own country. Thoy have sent back word to the Governor that they won't indeed return to the Kawau, but that if they got i nice spot on the main land to cultivate they are quite willing to come and take it; only they must not be annoyod by any. suporvision-no ministers and doctors to look after them unless they send for them. SStrange to say, this utterly impudent pro posal, as it must, we should fancy, appear to any ordinary spectator, has boon welcomed as a great boon by Sir Georgo Groy, who has about one thousand acres of land of his own on the shore of the mainland opposite Itawau, where he now moans to settle them. His ministry say they will not food...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

RusT s VWHEAT.-At tho mooting of tho Acolimatisation Socitety on Monday, as re ported by the S. M. Herald, 1Mr. J. F. Josephson, chairman of the sub-conmmittee, appointed to inquire into the cause of rust in wheat, brought up the following re port: Report of the sub-committee of the IAcclimatisation Society, appointed to obtaininformation rospect ing the disease known as rust in wheat. Your committee caused advertisements, appended hereto, to be published in the Sydney MIorning Herald and Empire newspapers, and in all country nowspapors having a largo circulation. The result of such advertiseomonts were the receipt of the thirteen letters handed in herowith. Your committoee regret to have to roport that no practical rosults of any moment have attended their labors; nor can they draw any useful practicalillus trations from the letters sent to them. 1. From an apparent want of observation in some of the parties corresponding with your committee, coupled with a desire to theorise. 2. F...

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OCEAN POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

OOEAN POSTAGE. . (Fror the Fceea,,'s Joursal) IT did not increase the confidence of the people 'in the wisdom of our' government when the announcement was made a few months since, that the postage rate between this colony and Europe was about to be doubled. Such a determination seemed on tirely opposed to the tendency among all oivilised nations to facilitate postal commu nication as much as possible. It came at a time too when the establishment of a fort nightly mail appeared to be on the eve of accomplishment. If, however, circumstances have delayed the arrangement from being carried out for a short period, it is quite certain thant the pressure of public opinion both here and in Europe will before long be the means of bringing it about. But if our present postal arrangements, contrary as they are to the wishes of the people, should be persevered in, they will deprive us of many of the advantages which the incroased frequency of communication would confer. WeVo ahlready see the ba...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

.GOULrURON WOOLESALE PRICleS CUlttRRtT. tVeat, lOs. b bushel. " Floor, lnoeo £28 0" tote; soloods, £27. Pollard, eis. d. l bushel; or is. Iby thse lOl ton. l eran, os. 4d. lb bushl l;or Is. by tie hlt ton. t"red, 7d. 1 2-tb. loft. iloti=, 3s. 0d. to Is. Cd. per bushel.. dtrldl,, nliasl, os. e. rto 4£ t bu1he tlroc;r Cmene,e 0s., no demond. h Out,, to. Id. to h8..01t. Cb ltltl"el. Inul , £ £3 o t4 Go bKs. o too. .1 Butte,, tresot, Is..l lb.; sult 7d, to td. ' Cheors 44 . It l. Bacont. 4, to Id '. lb ''.' Fo3g, Sd. to 04. l dooon. Pothotoe, 3o. to e.. td. r?t. rOntons, Ito. lb oot. • Fat Calte, prlmo,.trom £4 10,. to Li .medlumtn, £ 0i.t tol .. . .Sheo I4es. to 18s, l blead. Plg., hd. to 4d. lb lb. hoe](rotoil), od.to 44, l. :.b'.: M,,tton (rotal), 44. lb. , Tullowe, beeoo, £20 to £?27 too; mutton, £258. "Iider, 1s.'tuOta. eaoh. OBhep/plt, Cd.; washled.. '1. b lb. . Lbrootgu l ton--Sydnoy to Ooulburn, £4 10S to I5,; Oout bure to Sydney, £Vtto 3 t10o.; loulburo to Lomblno Flot, £4: 1Go...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

SYDNEY SUlBMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. We are all looking out for the mail steamer, duo yesterday, but not yet signalled. As usual, at such times there is little doing in the way of business, and general news is scarce enough. Cape Town papers have been received to the 19th, with intelligence that Kreli had crossed the Bashes with several thousand warriors; but was evidently surprised by the prompt action of the government, who had hurried troops to the frontier on the first intimation of tile outbreak. Their presence has checked any further demonstration, and at latest advices all was yet quiet along the frontier. The return of IMr. Buchanan for East Macnquaris is the principal topic of conversation in circles where politics are everything. What course he may be disposed to take forms the subject of considerablet speculation. stMy own opinion is, that he will do just as he did before-take an independent courso of his own, and in every respect, except perhaps the most objectionable of ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

COIAAli0RCIAL: GOULBURN, Tuesday. 10 p.m. Wn ANT ANn F.oun.-At Conolly's Mill:-Fino lour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if loss thlan half ton, Is. per 100Ib. extra. 'Pollard, £0 1ls.opor ton,' is. 8d. por bushol; bran, £4 per ton, Is. por bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuol'o Mill:-Fino flour £28 por ton; seconds, £27; if loss than half-ton, is. por 100 lb. extra. Wheat, boest samples, 10s. per bsliol. Bran; £4 por ton wholosalo, is. per bushoel retail; pollard, S£6 is. per ton wholesaloe, Is. 8d. per bushol reteil. SYDNEY, Monday afternoon. Tho flour market is prostrated by errivals from foreign ports. Tho Sstatesman and E. T. L., from Valparaiso, arrived this morning, with 100 tons Chilian flour and wheat, and the Sir Goorgo Grey from San Francisco, via Aucklend, brings 700 tons of breoadtulfo. The Anna Catheorina has arrived at Auckland with 100 tons of flour; the Dominguoes Hormanos at Melbourno iwith 40 :tons; and the barquo Talcuhana,from Valparaiso forAucl...

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BRAIDWOOD. SATURDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (Froem a eorrcslondclt.) S?TURn.AY ovoning. IN my last communication I alluded to a meeting that had boon hold in the school-room at Major's Creek, having for its objcct the foundation of a miners' literary institute on that gold-field. Owing to the wintry appearance of the evening the moot ing was but thinly attended: the promoters of the good work were, however, at their posts, and we have reason to hope that the proposed formation of the society will not be allowed to lapso for a paucity of members. The want of such an institution now proposed to be established has long been seriously felt on most of our diggings, and it is possible that other fields will soon boast of a reading-room whereat the sons of toil may, at the conclusion of their day's work, profitably spend an hour or two in improving the mnind and in making themselves ne quaintoed wvith what is passing around tlhem, socially and politically. About half an hour elapsed after the time fixed upon for holding t...

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