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TO HER WHO IS GONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

TO HER WHO IS GONE. Tnov art gone i All thinge proclaim thou art. The dull cold weight upon the heart, The shade of grief whero joy's smiles shone, Thoese mutoly toll that thou art gone. Thy memory liklo a spell will nlast, Calling up bright visions of the past; Fancy will strisve to catch thy tone, Then turn and weep that thou art gone. Wlhero'er thou art-whate'er thy lot, Thou wilt not here be soon forgot; Many will speaonk of thee-but ano Will deeply mourn that thou art gone. C. II. Argylo, October 7ith, 1814.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

(From the DisUatc,.) On Friday, John and MIatthow Hyland wero again brought up on a chargo of stealing a bullock, the property of M?Issrs. Bowen and lc Alistor, of MIolonglo. Superintendent Orridgo.conducted the prosecution, and Mr. ,Valsh appeared for the defence. The chief evidence in this case was Michael Fogarty, a shoemakler and tanner at Long Swamp, whoso premises had been searched by Senior-constable Grillin, of Bungendoro, when two half hides of a red bullock branded anchor and cross B under on rump, and anchor and cross on lshoulder (UoWen and llcAlistor's brand) was found in a watorholo. It appeared that the search had. been instituted in consequence of Thomas Bowon, manager of the Sandhills station (Messrs. :Bowon and Me Alister's), having given information to the police of a bullock being missing. Fogarty, on being questioned, stated at first that it was the hide of a beast which had died from disease,,and in the next placo that he had shinned a black,cow, the property o...

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

W~anted, A TANNE R. Apply E. DENNING, . Taralga. 1775 Wanted, /EN ito completo a few miles of 'log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 IMaton. Wanted a Miller. H E must be thoroughly conversant with his business, and produce testimonials as to character and abilities. Apply at the 1804 GOULBUlN STEAM MILLS. Wanted, A LAD ;who can write well. Apply to C. S: . ALEdNDiEL, C.P.S. 1818 One Pound Reward. STRAYED from Breadalbane, about six mogplths !?ag o--2 One BLACI IIORSIE, branded JC on near shoul der, near hip dovwn, switch tail. Any person delivering tile same will receive tbo above reward. ANN LAKE, 1781 radNN CL banRE, 1781 "' " '?roadtlbane0 Fifty Pounds Reward. STOLEN from my paddocks, betweern Friday eveling end MIonday morniog, my PRIZE% FAT BULLOCK. IIo is a grey, appronehinog to a roan colour, with loop horns, branded thus, WP off rumnp. F I will give Fiftyv Plunds for the conviction of the thif or thieves who commitiad this during robbery.. This I reward to extcnd to any fnture ...

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(From a correspondent.) MONDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

(Prem a corereponokot.) aIoaN)a o vening. In your last issue, under the head of "Tolegraphio Intelligeneo, I3raidwood, Friday night," it is soid- "t o-day Mlatlhew and John Hyland were brought up and examined on a chargo of stoaling a bullock tho property of Mr. scott of the Long Swamp. Theo wereo committed for trial--bail allowoed. I do etot hnow who'your correspoud6nt in thihi' particllar brunch is--but I mutt inform you that he Bso'fallen lnto a" groat mistake. The Ilylands wore examinbd on a eharge of cattleo-staling "on that day (Friday), and on the previoue day they were rommitted on a chargo of stealing a bullock the proporty of Christopher Day, not Scott, and were fully com mitted, bill bcing refusod until the soecond case ponding against thoem had boon initiated. On the FIriday the chargo was for stoealing a boast the pro perty of Mlars. ]Bowen end Mo Alistor, of Molonglo. They woro romanded until Thursday for the ovi denco of Poter Io Alistor, and baIil allowed. The amount...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

TO SU1BC1lOIDllS. In ordrr to tave postagre tre intend to adopt n plan rhlch it nlreoadjy pur, d bU srveral other japera anod achnonwletdg the reeliptf oJ reittante, in this collmrn Itnltead of by OlttOr. R?IuuTTA.CE RtCoEIV from rft. Clout, Tumut, £0 1. 4d. CALOINDAO.. D 'O ' I c ?|oon'.l DayOfo thn Week. unri·e lSun eht Ag WOOnnEsoIA . . 000.. . 12 0? 27 0 10 attuttsttA .... ...,, 11 0 20 0 0 12 IIAY ............. 1 1 7 11 WEtDNESDAY, OTOBE irt 12 18. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 12, 18641.

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

AUSTRALASIAN BFREEMASONS' IIALL HOTEL, 191, York-strcet, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentlo mnn. Private families will at this hotel find tile com. forts of a homeo. 1712 Produce Stores. AESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for soale by auction or privately, at their P'roduco SStores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, shlepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Qouay, Sydney. 1293 HATS. G, H, SMITH, PRACTXCAL HAeTTE:'R, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of IIunter-street, IS manufacturing every description of HATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of "English and French Goods, all of twhich he offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1103 J. B, HOLDSWORTH, WIIOLESALE A3iD OETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Syd...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

ELEGBRAPHIC INTELLGENCE [FoO[ OUR COaRnSrONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Asornsr cargo of Chilian flour arrived to-day. Best flour is now offering at £24. The new diggings near Bathurst have proved a failure. The alleged discoverer was saved from being lynched only by the interference of the police. The mail steamer is just sighted off Adelaide. BERTRIhIA, Tuesday afternoon. THe banquot to Messrs. Badgery and Carter, given as an acknowledgment of their services previous to the issue of the now commission of the peace, was hold last night, at Hatfield's Commercial Hotel, and was highly successful. John Morrico, Esq., hI.P., occupied the chair. The greatest enthusiasm in honor of the gueste was manifested by the company. MELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. Mu. Lowe is elected for the South W"estern Province. The Argus states that the Victorian stock of breadlstuffs is sunfficient.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

TlIE election of Mr. Buchanan for East Macquario will, no doubt, be viewed in different lights by parties opposed in politics. We need not now pause to consider how it will affect future divisions in the Assembly. We turn to those respectable and sober minded members of the community who attach great importance to the observance of the outward forms of propriety, and who look to the re-appearance in the Assembly of the fieory Buchanan, with his strong ad jectives, his frequent personalities, his un bounded stock of abuse, and his occasional indecent exhlibitions as a positive misfor tune. Theoro is perhaps room to hope that those whose anticipations of mischief have been raised by Mr. Buchanan's election may be disappointed, and that the fears of those who expect displays of intemperance may not be realized. But our object now is to pooint out to these sober-minded, respect able individuals, with whom we have much Isympathy in all except their political apathy, that if men of object...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 October 1864

LOCAL AND PROYINOL1L. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. T-lr quarter sessions commenced on Monday last before judge Mleymott. Crown prosocutor, Mr. Forbes. Legal gentlemen present:-Mr. Long, barrister; Mr." 'aVlsh and Mr. Gannon, attorneys. The calendar comprised only four cases. ?LARCENY AT MAt,?RULAN. Freoderick Murry was indicted for stealing a decanter of brandy the property of Edward Carrigan, publican, of 31arulan, on the 23rd August last. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended. Constable John IHawkins deposed that about half. past 10 on the evening of the day mentioned he upprehended prisoner about ten yaids from Carri gan's house; he was going away from the house, and had a decanter under his arm,which he dropped on the ground wlhen witness came up to him, and part of the contents was spilled; the decanter had been standing in the verandah, under the bedroom sindow, and witness had been watching to see who would come and take it; he saw prisoneor take it, aed walk away, an...

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ADELAIDE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

ADELAIDE, Friday evening. UlsATrsr.lcrono accounts have been received from the North Australian expedition which is threatened by the blacks. The government intend to despatch reinforcements to the settlement. T'ho opium seized by the Melbourno government has been given up, the Adelaide government paying the duty.

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BRAIDWOOD, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

B3RAIDWOOD, Thursday hight. MAT AND JOHN TH1LANO, brought up on rumnriddion suspicion of stealing a beast the property of Messrsa. Bowen arid MEAlist~r, havo boon discharged.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

2ELEGRAPLI INCTLLJGIVNCE [FritOM OUR COnIRESONDENTs . SYDNEY, Friday nigjt. THe Cowper banquet was very successful. Five hundred persons were present. i James Stewart, for murder, has been convicted and sentenced to death at the Bathurst assizes. The Madras left Melbourno at midnight. There was a fire at Miller's Point yesterday, at which a woman was burned to death. Tho Government Gazette notifes the ap?lintmont of ten.additional magistrates. The millers quote flour at £23.'.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

TuoJoaI tho most sanguine can hardly expect from the present Assembly a satisfactory solution of the difficulties which are upper most'just now, still it must be a relief to every one that tile dead calm through which we have vegetated so long is about to be broken, the stagnant waters of local politics about to be set in motion, by the meeting of parliament. on Tuesday next. Politically speaking, it is hardly possible for things to be worse than they are, so that any change gives a hope, however feeble, of improve ment; and whether or not, it will be plea santer to feel that something is being at tempted, than that we are standing idly waiting to see what will turn up. It would be pleasanter still if one could feel confidence in the ability of the government to meet the exigencies of the occasion, or failing that, in the capacity of the opposition to supply the deficiency. Unfortunately, it is hard to do either. To speak of. a political crisis may appear a hackneyed phrase. We have...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

T0 8UBSCnRBRRS. %n 9rdar to save. patagd t in id to adopia pan! nwlch is atcaddypuruegd.by several other paper: and ochnomvledp the receipt oj r ienaltaneoa in this oltnnl insieartoff'Uo titter. CA1.!6NDAR. Day s O ith Week. Day of i'dun r un ote \]onth "1 Acs, SATURDAY .... .....:. Oct. 15 5 23 0 8 14 SUNDAY .............. 10 5 21 0 0 15 MONDAY .... ... 17 5 20 6 TUBSDAY . ~ 18 5 011 17 SAT AY nOIB 15 1801. -,SATURDAY, OOTOBE11 15, 1864..

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DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION, AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION, AND LOSS OF LIFE. WE take from Monday's Ballarat Star the following pdrticulars of this terrible acci dent : A lamentable boiler explosion occurred shortly after nine o'clock on the night of Friday, the 30th ultimo, at the claim of the Durham Gold Mining Company, Lake Won loureo, through which one woman lost her life and several men were injured, besides two buildings and a portion of a third being almost entirely swept away. How the catastrophe was occasioned is still a matter of conjecture. About ten minutes or a quarter past nine o'clock on the night in question, the boiler-apparently none of the best, for it had always been leaking to a greater or loss extent---seelied as secure as usual. The engine-driver, Robert len derson, then in charge, together with another driver, named James Gibson, who had been at work on the day shift, were standing near it, repairing a leaking joint in the steam chest. Gilhooley, the stoker, was engaged it is said, in supply...

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LATEST VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

L:ITEST VIA SUEZ. )no of the forts near Mobile still holds deauregard has been despatched with re i )rcoments for Shenandoah Valley. lheoridan has retreated to Harper's L'h Confederato cruiser, Salahapie, has ' troyed a number of Federal coasting I. sels. ,ea once negotiations continue. lieyl' Presidential election causes great Si itement. icho Genova riots have beeoon renewed. i:L revolution in eonotia threatens. :ho following fuller particulars are from extended telegrams of the S. "M. t a'' rald he Australian Juno mails were delivered f *j-ondon on the 14-th and 20th August. ?he Queen's speech in prorogation of . liamont, on the 29th July, dwells chiefly ~ hoe observance of strict noutgality between belligerents in America. I ord Pahnerston is in excellent health i increasing popularity. tiord Carlisle, Viceroy of Ireland, has re d1 through ill-health. Thp vice-royalty i offered to the Marquis of Lansdowne SDuke of Devonshire, but both declined alccept it; the appointment of Prin...

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LATEST TELEGRAM (VIA SUEZ.) LONDON, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

LATEST TELGRAM (vIA suUE:.) Lonoe-, September 2. Peace negotiations progressing. Markets generally, dull. Consols 088. NEW You , August 21. General Graut occUpies a position on the WeVoldon Rlailroad after losing 3000 mnon. Gonoral Earlov is advancing northwarde, and it is reported that Geonral Lee is marching to reinforce him, for an invasion of the North.

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

AMERICA. NEW YORK, 12th August. The Federal Gonoral Grant is completely beaten by Lee, and compelled to abandon his campaign. The Fedoral fleet under Admiral Farragut, consisting of thirty-two vessels carrying 231 guns, attacked the Confederate flotilla and Fort Morgan, at the entrance of Mobile Bay. After a desperate resistance the Confederates were defeated, and the Federals entered the bay to attack the city. On the 7th instant the Confederates evacuated and blew up Fort Powell; the Confederate fleet, except one vessel, is des troyed. Fort Gains was treacherously surrendered by Colonel Anderson, of Alabama, to the Federals; the fort was of great strength, and provisioned for six months. Anderson had strict orders to defend it to the last. General Beauregard is ordered from Petersburg to take command at Mobile. The reported capture of Mobile is dis credited. A- heavy bombardment of Fort Sumter and Charleston is still progressing. At Andersonvillo, South Carolina, over 30,000 Feder...

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REUTER'S UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAM. BERNE, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

REUTER'S UNPUI3LISHED TELEGRAM. BElRNE, August 25. The funeral of the persons killed during the late disturbance at Geneva passed off yesterday in perfect quiet. The Federal commissioners hope that public order will not bo again disturbed. A deputation from the State Council at Genova is oxpccted to arrive in the course of the day. The com mittee appointed to report upon the Franco Swiss treaty has unanimously decided to recommend its rectificationl to the Chamber.

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

FRANCE, Despatches published by the Danish government, and reproduced in the Paris papers, greatly disploase the Emperor Napoleon. The Danes are accused of at tempting to make the world believe they weore encouraged to resist by the French government, and subsequently abandoned by it. Also, that a less friendly feeling subsists betweeoon England and France than has boon the case. It is reported an official contradiction will be given to the above statements. The King of Spain's visit to the French Court was celebrated by fetes of the most brilliant description. It is reported that Prince Humbert of Italy, is to marry the Princess Anna Murat.

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