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WEDNESDAY—APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

- WrEeEScAnv-Ant'eL 13. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Plunkett stated that he had received a letter from the President mentioning" that he had esa-t ciently recovered from the efhects of his late accidont to be able to start for Sydney. In reply to Sir W. Manning, M?r. Plunkett said the officers of the Lands Department could not state when the returns relating to conditional purchases under the Land Act of 1861 would be ready. On the motion of Mr. Plunkett, it was resolved that the Council should sit on Tuesdays and Fridays, in addition to the. present sitting days, during the remainder of the session. Mr. Bargrave moved the second reading of the Civil Service Superannuation Bill, and bricly stated its objects and provisions. Mr. Plunkett seconded the motion, remarking that the bill contained principles of such importance that he was inclined to overlook its minor defects. Mir. Deas Thomson expressed his approval of the bill, but considered portions of it objectionable, and hoped ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LATEST VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

LATEST VIA SUEZ. Denmark demands that the German troops shall evacuate Schleawig before the opening: of the intended conference at London.. TheEnglishpeople mare subscribing largely for the relief of the wounded Danes. .The Archduke Maximilian is expected to visit Paris, and his acceptance of the throne of Mexico is again looked'on as probable. The trial respecting the Confederate rams is fixed for May. The persons implicated in the conspiracy against the lifo of Louis Napoleon have been convicted. Two are sentenced for life; the others to twenty years. The following further details are from the extended tologram of the S. 11. Herald: :The Australian December mails were delivered in London on the 12th and 18th February. The Prince and Princess of Wales have arrived in London, to take part in the festivals of the season. The English will not admit the right of American cruisers to seizeo British ships when in neutral waters. A bill has been brought into'parlianriot by Sir Georgo Groy...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY.—APRIL, 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

PA1RLIAMNAVfY'4t y. '1'ursnlinu, - Aº rc 12, lx l1 u ].u IMuu(IYU gruurlbly-. '1'110 fullowlrlg Iººfnº'nrllln ~wqqp Hver, y rl~lllllurý 111 * oply to wniiutlonfo nsl'nit Wy F lypIn blonliror t g qiii u i {u ,t1loii 311u Iry) hIf v ulivon r)OUdJ 1 not yet considieed thoeiocossity of introducing'noxt session a measure for obviating the devastation by floods of the alluvial lands of that river ; and that before the close of the session the government would submit a vote for a provision to be made for theo:fmilios of those who perishod while employed in the life-boat at Nowcaotle. In reply to Mr. Garrott,; Mr. WV. Forstor gave particulars asnto the police employed on the 16th of October last. In reply to a question by MIr. Dangar as to the disposal of the fines collected from the members of; the Naval Brigade, now about to be disbanded, Mr. WV. Forster denied that any such fines had been collectod. The Speaker having reported the resignation by Mr. S. W?. Gray of his seat for the electo...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

ALERItQA. In America affairs are little changed. Severallj.kirmishos are re'ported, in which success. has been on the side of the .Co federates. . Geineral' Meade had resumed the command of the army of the Potomac.

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LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

,. LOWER MUlTRUfiIBIDGEE.:., (Front a eorre?pondeant.) , . HAD I written last wook, I should havc 'lindto complain of omp; ,unseasonable and distrossioig weather. The summer, in departing from us, seemed determined to visit us,, as Sydny Smith was wont to say, "with unusuial.seority.'' The heat was overpowering, and ,gwas..of that peculiarly -lose, muggy. kind which.,in?lddo,slpiiegourarid o.thodtus?id other evils.. On Wodhsday;id iw o rrofrehhed c.?tl some delightful showens, cont.iuiing t intor;valon. Thursday. Iriday and" SritIrday ~ vero:. spyla of amost incessant rain. Yesterday and t'-diy h?tve beon beautiful .sunshiny days, .agreably whnrnitthe sky clear, And eoor)ything'aroundl fsh and firuitful as in a second spring. "Thol ge'.aoliltRbgorther has hitherto been one of almpost uneqqmplo' fortility. Grass is everywhere abutndin, 'ttho attr-holes'knd creeks are of course running 6ovor, and thoro will be a good supply of feed and"water for the winter. At some stations an early l...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

SYDNEY 'SUMl AlY. ,i e'. ;' , i L ' TnIUIDsAY afternoon. THE progress roport of tho coommittoo on tbo public works department is a second edition of the lentley mystery; 'quit( as voluininous, quite as oxpensivo, ond'equally useless. 'Whatovor.valluo'might other wise bd attached to the document is destroyed by the animus displayed against the Enginoer-in-chiof- in fact against theo wholo dopartmont-by the worthy OI.L.A.'s., Mlcrs. Dalglcish and Lucas; and to gratify them theo country is put to the exponse of some.C600:or tf700. .If any of your readers wish to form: an estimateo f tho valuo of parliamenta'ry cominitteos and their reports thy slhould road this' precious documenont. On IMonday :two :mioetings' were hbild-ths o 6bi having for its object the relidf of theo lhoindles .dor ofthis city,.tho other for tho.e relief of the aufftrors in thib'ic.iultiral districts. * Nbither wbro'wbll at' tended, which considering their object is to bo re gretted ., . '* SIncoesoquionc' of thd c...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

To the Editor of the Heroacd and Chroanicl. TEAn S"R,-In attioning lcturos and otblr amuso nonts in the mechanica' hall, I havo noticed thie au nbimsnco cauidd' to the speakero and the a?dionod by tliocrccakling and slainmimg of the doo It bloiing adlowed to remain so long thus is'the eoxcuse I offor 'lor.siow troubling'you, as also to suggest a remedY.' Iui thoflrst place, a little oil poured into the hinges wpuld-shy.thi o croakingo; and in the sdcond, a piece of cloth tacked along the edgo of tlio door would of feotually smother the sound of its closing. Again, on visiting the hall last evortingto hear a lecture road, I was much struck with the chcorless look of the platform, caused by the removal of the stage, and in a great measure by the absence of those gen tlomon whose duty it is to appear.thoro,i. and intro duco and encourage gentlemen who volunteer their !drvicos' to teach and amuso tioepubli-. Tlioromoval of the stage has caused a very strong"echo; ?which tendrioto render...

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SAINT SAVIOUR'S (NEW) CATHEDRAL. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

SAINT SAVIOUJ'S (NEW) CATIIEDRAL. To theo dltor of theo Herald and Chronicle. Sm,--Your announcement that above a hundred ap plications for more church accommodation in the cathedral; and a suggestion of making an immedi ate extension of fifteen feet outwards, to the footing in Bourke-street, have moved me to produce a plah for raising £16,000 to £20,000 at once. I have long pondered over the readiest mode of raising needful moneys, for building purposes in Goulburn. And now that she has become a city, and the only ono in the south of the colony, I beg (through you) to submit a plan for commencement of the Sco-Church first: and upon some other occasion, I may produce another plan, for creating a fund for building detached villas within ut park, contaning in reser voir for supplying the city with cleansed water, and botanical and zoological gardens, that the wealthy people of Sydney and the colony may resort here for recreation, for health, and worship in the now Cathedral Church of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 April 1864

DIED,                 On the 12th April, 1864, Mrs. Sarah     Mahala Herriott, the late dearly be- loved wife of Mr. Hy. Herriott, store- keeper, Auburn-street, Goulburn.   

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

' ies ornfection or engloerin? consists not is comolli-ait oo applliaucs, however beauiirrl, but iu rigid sirpllolty." B INGIIAM'S SIIEEP-WASHING MACHINES __ Water-hole makers Steam anid horse-power threshing machines IIorse-power and hand corn-shellers Grape mills, curd mills Horse and band-porwer clafl-cutters Cotton gins, corn crackers, &c., &C. The undersigned makes, repaira, end sells all kinds of Agricultural Implements and Machines. 3W. F. PLANT, W31 Willow Tree WVorks, York-street, Sydney. tIaHE QUIVER, Designed for the Defonco and t Pronsotion of Biblicnl Truth, and the Advance meent of Religion in the Homes of the People, The sccond'vol.only. Price, a. per post, 8ee On Sale at the Herald ldoli hart. Notice. A LL persons are hereby cautioned against pur chasing cattle, horses, or any other property belonging to the estate of tile late Henry Nobes, without the snanction of the undersigned conjointly, and in writing. Trustees in the eostoto Sof the tate I1y. A...

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RUMOURED ABDICATION OF THE QUEEN. PARIS, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

UMOURED A?BpI"ATION Os, THE QUEEN. PAOaLs, February 21. Tin' Meomorial Diplomatique says:--" The rumours about the abdication'df Qucbn Victoria iro begin ning to ihsstimo cosistoinoy. To her grief at the loss of her husband is now to be added that ior the German-Danish conilict, which divides the roys1 family, into two hostile camps, and increases th donitision that already existed in the mind of tlhe Quoeen. Lately, at a private council on the Danish quoestion,thoQuecon declaredthat she would donothing without coilsulting Prince Albert. She retired to her chambor. O'ireturning, she said that the Prince had pronouinced against the war. Other similar facts :auggest thb 'idea of oestablishing a regeocy. The inereasing polpularity of the Prince of Wales malkes it likely ho will.be appointed to the post. Public 'opinion desires tho Queeon's abdication in hiis favour. The stay of the Prince of WVales at St. Lceonard's, instead of at Osblorno, adds probability to tho rportod, division. be...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

EUROPEAN A1ND AMlIERICAN SUOMA.Y. (From the Home Neer.) I "Sr. that in tho Inst Summary conteined in this ouanl, it was mentioned that the Austrian and Prussian troops had commenced their nmarch ncross Iolstoin, .but that there was still a chance of peace. All that is changed. The repreeentationn of Eng land and of France had no effeoct, the German I'owere hurried onwards, and woro soon in conflict with the Daneso. The latter covered themselves with honours by their gallant resisltance to the enor mousc force that was brought to bear upon them, and soveral times boat back the invadora with dlatghlter. lut it was the story of Al llassan and the Fire Worehippers Vainhe wae vlour, van thlte owner Of tenmmrk In Otht ferey tour . gatalt Otio Germatn'sew'hehllnag oecr. After a bold strnugglo, the Danish loader saw that he must sacrifice his army or retreat. 1lI fell back (to the nntural though nnjost in dignation of the peoplo; of Coponhngon, who broko into riot daid oven inonacod the Kin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

Wanted, A BUTCIIER, a sober man, to kill and cut up in the shop. Apply to HUGH O'DONNELL, Butcher, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 671 Wanted, A STEADY MAN to drive a Horse Team. Apply this day to DAVIES, ALEXANDER, AND CO. 724 SWanted, BY a married man a situation as PLOUG HMAN? or WORKIING OVERSEER on a large farm. Good reference from last employer. Apply at the Bridge Hotel, Auburn-street, Goulburn. 713 Ewes and Lambs, W ANTED to purchase. Apply to THOMAS HOLT, Esq., Noewtown, in Sydney; or to M?. ALEXANDER REID, 121 Arthursleigh, Marulan. Two Pounds Reward. LOST FROM TURALLA, BUNGENDORE, A BAY HORSE, about fifteen hands high, branded JS near shoulder. Any person delivering him to N. S. POWELL, Esq., lungendore, will receive the above reward; or for information leading to his reovery, half the amount. (Signed) ANTHONY DENNY, 420 'Turalla, lunogendore. Ten Pounds Reward. QlTOLEN, out of my paddock, either last night k (Friday) or this (Saturday) morning, a DAIK COLORED CIESNUT MARE, bran...

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APPALLING ACCIDENT AT SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

APPALLING ACCIDENT, 4T SANTIAGO. LATEST PAITICULIAnoS.-Advices received from San tingo, via Nedw York; state tbna t? o Chilian'govcrnm mnt 'havo decreod thd oifiro".demolitien of the remains of tho Church df Calipania.' "About 1700 of the burnt bodies wore rccogiood,'a nd between 400 and 600 moro woere folind tb'be boeond recogni tion.' A"t' least' 3000 'porsons. wore u tho'e church when the firo broke dort.' : In:urillo's pictuo ofthe Immaculato'Concoptionitho Virgin's feet w dro on a crescent moon. ' It was the lighting a ropresontation of.'this ipicturo which' et fire to the church. The United States minister hisd'esont a letter of condo lonco 'to'tho Chilian 'government, 'which had boeen .repliodeto by'tho Foreign ' Secrotry. All the wcnlthyfamilics of Chili reside in santiago, ond as there is little immigration nearly all the fimilies are related to each ther. A solemosa service for the victim's oftho catdstrbpho was obout to bc hold iI iimo, Peru.

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THE WAR IN SCHLESWIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

TIE' WAR IN SCIILESWIG. A tolograoin'from Altona states thait Fiold-Matshal von WVrungol has issued an order, dated Prussian head-quartors, Aponrado, Fob. 1i, stating that poer sons committing hostile acts towards the allied troopsor refusing to render them assistancoio will obe subject to martial law. An order of tho civil commissionors, dated Feb. 19, announces that the languago to be used in the schools nnd places of publio worship in Schlcswig will be German, with tho exception of the parish of Wieshard, whore onquiries respecting the language are being maido. In certain roligilouscoremoniesthe language may be Daniish, if desired by the parties concerned. Advices from Kiol, received at Hamburg, state that a monstor depitation'from the whole of Schles wig is expectod at that town to do homage to the Duke of Augustonburg . Feour hundrod labourors and one hundred sappers are engaged in the demolition of the Dannoweorko. The position at Diippol is said to be defended by 40,000 men a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

T-n frqueOncy with which the various dis tricts of thle colony have of lato boon visited by floods is one of the most important sub jects to which attention can be lirected. 'It may be said it is useless to discuss the mattor-that floods depend solely on the will of the Almighty, and that no humnan fore sight can provide against them, or prevent thleir occurring. If this were so, it might still be wortll while to point out the importance of select ing lands with a duo regard to the proba bility of their being occasionally overflown, and of the still greater importance of taking care that all homesteads be established in spots evidently and unmistakably beyond the possibility of any floods, however high, reaching them. These are points which hitherto have beeoon little attended to. The recent lamentablo visitations that so many agriculturists havo to doploro, will probably havvo tho effect of causing more caution to be observed in futuroe; yet still the import iance of the subject ca...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle, SlU,-It having becn maliciously stated by some of our friends " that when Mr. Senior Sorgeahit Fenton made the seizure of our gunpowder, or prior to his so doing, wo mado use of uncourteous languago to him," permit us through the medium of your paper to give an un.ualilied denial of the truth of such astatemoant; and although the Senior Sergeant declines signing any document, he will readily cor ioborato us in saying that our languago and conduct was tho rovorse of that imputed to us. Wo are, Sir, Yours.faithfully, DAVIES, ALEXANDER, & CO.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLiGENCE EFROM OUR0 COEPONDENTB.j SYDNEY, Tuoesday night. aRno GAuDrEn weas again- brought up to-day, and woeas further remanded until to-morrow. It i said that Trooper Iliddloton will be able to swear positivoly to his identity. Tho Assombly are now discussing the additional estimotcs. The Appropriation Act is expocted to be passed to-morrow. The second issue of troeasury bills 'has boon' tklon up. ,

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. SMoNDAY afternoon. Tus Auckland, from Nelson, arrived to-day with later intelligence from the seat of war. General Cameron has captured the Orakan pah, killing two hundred natives, but losing sixtecon ktilled and fifty two wounded. This blow has so thoroughly dis pirited the rebels that they have evacuated MaIeunga tatauri. At Taranaki, after the late skirmish, C'ap tain Lloyd and five privates were found silled, their heads cut off and otherwise mutilated. We had previously received the following talo gram from Newocastle, under date of Sunday morn rng:-The barque Hellon Castle arrived hero trom Toranaki. On the morning of her sailing the following letter was sent to Captain Mr Lean by his agents, as no paper was published on that day: " Taranali, Oth April. A skirmish tookl place near the Wairou stream. A party of natives surprised a reconnoitring party of the 57th and Otago con tingent. Loss on our side, twelve wounded, eighteen missing (including Captain Lloyd, o...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 April 1864

LOCAL A?). 1PROVINCIAL. PoLCo RITroaT.-On Monday Bridgot Wells for using obscene languago was fined £5-in default to go to jail for forty-eight hours. Riehard Whit ng and John Clarko wvero fined ton shillings each, or letting off fireworks ih the stroeets of the city. Geoorgeo Thorno for absenting himself from his hired oservice was lined ton shillings-in default to go to jail for forty-eight hoors. A case against John Angel for unlawlully employing the said Georgo Thorno was dismissed. Mr. \V. AForotor was ap: pointed poundokeepor at Laggan. PorUcANso' ANNTSAo, LIs(eNsIos M\EETINO.-ThIU annoal mooting for tihe licensing of publicans was hold'at thle court-house yesterday. Several parties had.boon summoned to attend. Honry Lodge, of the John Barleycorn, Clinton-street, Goulburin, appeared pursnant to summons, setting forth that " certain police objections" would bo made against the renowal of his licenseo. Mr. W?alsh, who ap poared for.Mr. Lodge, objected that the summons did not sp...

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