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

CONTINENTAL. A preliminary treaty of peace and an armistice were signed at Vienna by the plenipotentiaries of Austria, Prussia, and Denmark. The bases of the treaty of peace are the unreserved cession of Schleswig Holstein and Lauenburg and Jutland to Austria and Prussia, and the rectification of the Schleswig-Holstein frontier in the in terests of Germany. The armistice is con cluded for three months, terminable at six weeks' notice for either party during its con tinuance. Jutland is to be occupied, and the government of the province administered by the allies. The Danish plenipotentiaries still remain in Vienna in readiness to com mence negotiations, rendered necessary by a difficulty found in arranging the financial questions between Denmark and the duchies. The Prussians have prohibited the export of horses, cattle, and every description of pro visions from Jutland during the continuance of the armistice. They are surveying Port Kiel, with a view of making it a naval sta tion. ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

ITALY. The minister of agriculture and public works announced the approaching abolition of all customs duties for more purposes.of protection, and duties are to be levied in futture for rovenue only. A now machine has been invented to supersede the steam engine, at an economy of 60 to 70 per cent., and is called a gas ometer. Great uneasiness prevails from the appro hension of a change in the government policy-a coup-de-etat was contemplated but prevented by the firmness of King Victor Emmanuel. A Jewish boy, named Cohen, ton years old, was kidnapped by a priest, with a view to being Christianised. The authorities re fuse to doliver him to his father.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

AMIERICA. August 12th.-It is reported that the cap ture of Atlanta by Sherman is untrue. Johnstone, commanding the Confederates in that city, had been superseded by Hood. The Confederates had made several assaults on Sherman's position, but it was said they had been invariably beaten back. Des patches from Sherman report his shelling of Atlanta. An attempt to open peace negotiations has been made on the Canadian side of the Niagara, by Messrs. Clay and Halcombe, on the part of the south, and Mr. Horace Greely on the part of the North. The Con federates asked Greely to procure them safe convoy to Washington, to consult with the President personally on the terms of pacifi cation. Mr. Lincoln replied that he would grant them a safe passage if they were duly accredited by their government. The Con federate agents said they had no special powers, but only a general mission; upon which Mr. Lincoln sent his private secre tary to Greely with a message stating, that he could only negociato u...

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DENMARK AND THE DUCHIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

DEN?MARK AND THE DUCHIES. It is reported that a complete understand ing has been arrived at between Prussia and Austria, and three months' armistico had been accepted. The Danish King agrees to code the Duchies of Schleswig-Holstein and Lauon burg, with appertaining islands. His Majesty, in a speech to the Assembly said "having boon abandoned by all Europe, we are obliged to seek for peace with an overpowering enemy. It is hard to have to make such a sacrifice, but still harder to prosecuto the war." Union between the King and people may bring about a happier future. The press and the people are bitterly dis contented with the terms of peace.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF TIIE MAIL STEAMER. TnIr following was issued as an extra 4ordinary from this ofliceo on Wednesday morning : rrER ?LETRTIo Tal.EOnArAPi. The Australian Steam Navigation Com any's branch mail steamer nangatira, Captain Paddle, has arrived, at Adelaide, bringing the Soutlh Australian portion of the English and European mails, per the `?Peninsular and Oriental Company's steam ship Madras. The Madras, with the mails to the 26th August, reached King George's Sound on the 7th. The Queen's health continues good. The Prince and Princess of Wales intend visiting Denmark, escorted by the Channel ,iilset. Lord Carlislo, Lord-lieutonant of Ireland, ihas retired. Lord Landsdowno and the i: :Duke of Devonshiro have refused to accept ,- the office. Lord Wodehoouso will probably '"!ibe appointed. Th' eT foundation of the O'Connell monu mont in Dublin has booeen Iid. Serious riots had occurred in Belfast. The town was for twelve days in the posses sion of a ...

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

A USTRALA?hiAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores: SIJESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared JU 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. 1293 Gs. H. SMITH, g~V''P 1rVAL EATTER, 816, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, STS manufacturing every description of HATS and . CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWORTH, WIIOLESALE A3ID RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONDIONGER, 450, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY,: (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney...

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

COMMEROIAL. ~ p!::!r orts for the month exhibit a S'ronaso. Wool has declined lid. per lb., owing to , ', counts being raised to 8 per cent. Uii ;allow highor. Hlides very firm.

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

SAMERICA. General Grant has boon repulsed at i 'otorsburg with the loss of 10,000 mon. i' 'The Confederatos' invasion of Ponnsyl "* 'iiaa has been checked, and they have boon i.o, '.Dfeatod with the loss of 4000 men. The Fedorals had captured Mobile. oaurogard was ordered to take the com I and of tho Southern forces there. The bombardmont of Fort Sumter con 'ho Georgia after boing sold to English !orchants hadl boon captured by a Federal ,uiser and sount to New York. An im !irtaiit international question is likely to 'liso thereforofrom. 'I' The Conifederates had lost 10,000 men in :si facks on the Federals near Atalanta. 1!, The Federal general, Stoneman, and :i:'. i;OO troops, had been captured while des Sying the Macan railway. :ilots had boon discovered in Canada for ' e seizuro of Buffldo. T? e '.'ho resignation of Secretary Stanton is S. tradictod. 'A mass mooting at Now York has de ' uncd Lincoln's policy, and nominated ,. Cleollan for the presidency. ,J'"If a democratic pres...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAM. LONDON, August 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

REUTER'S TELEGRAM. Loxnow, August 26th. The Queen is at Windsor. Her health continues good. Her Majesty is about to leave for Balmoral, where she will remain until the end of October. The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Scotland, from whence they will proceed to Copenhagen, to visit the King of Denmark oarly in September. After visiting Copen hagen, they will go to Stockholm and other courts in the Baltic. Shortly before the close of the session, the House of Lords decided by a majority of one against the claim of Miss Longworth to be considered the wife of Major Yelvorton. The lady has since given notice that she will carry her case again before the Scotch courts. The Saturday Review having com mented on her case very severely, she has commenced an action for libel against that paper. The Victoria Cross has boon conferred on Lieutenant Colonel Mc Neill, of the 107th Regiment, for gallant conduct in New Zea land. The society for the promotion of Christian knowledge has voted £10...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LONDON, September 1, 1.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Loxnox, September 1, 1.55 p.m. The wool sales closed languidly, with a decline on Sydney wools of Id., and Mel bourne 1?d. In America, Fort Morgan, at Mobile Bay, still holds out. Boauregard has been dispatched with re inforcoments for the Shenandoah valley. General Sheridan has been driven to Harper's Ferry, with loss. General Sherman was thrice repulsed at Atalanta. The Confederate steamer Salahapee has destroyed fifty coasting vessels. Peace negotiations still continue. There is great excitement about the next presidential election. Napoleon has gone to visit Princo Hum beort at Chalons. The Geneva riots have boon renewed. The Vienna conforence is progressing. Numerous arrests have taken place in the Vonoetian provinces, and largo dopots of arms have boon discovered. The Queen inaugurated tho Perth statue. The July trade returns are favourable. Consols 88.-. Discount unchanged.

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

THEl GOULEURN IERALD I[ESTA?L111ED 1849~ Is tho oldest established journal in thlo southern distrlcts 'I New Soutnh Wales, and aince 180C its Increased circulation tIl, rendered it expcdlent to print it by steam. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LES?anLIseIEz 18651 IHaring attained a circulation nearly equal to that of ci1: IIorald, eas Incorporated with that paper on 31tt Matrc, ?oSl Or SunscnIlPno eight eBilinga and slxpenco per qu"rt'. postage, 2e. 2d.; or pne shilling les If paid in adranct--t?l:t previous to the commencemnent of tile qunrter. The n ubtr'r tion for twelve months, If paid in advance, is 31., 5 lpetig?.!. eluded. Subscribers are charged only from thte menoftnlP" ing their names. Orders to discontinue tho paper .must he Bccompnltd ?11' payment in full up to the end of the current qunrttr, or th: will not be attended to. Jun The regular quartes end onthe 3st anrch, 30th J ", Septemberr, and 31lt December. ' OP ADVRtTISBIlt:- Advertisemcnts are charged for at i . foleoelng rat...

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

JAPAN. It is expected that hostilities will be re newed in Japan, in the Straits of Shimin osaki, the Gibraltar of the inland sea. The combine 1 French, English, and Dutch fleet was to leave Yokohama on the 24th July.

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

GREECE. Accounts from Greece are unfavourable. King George is unpopular, and brigandage prevails; trade is falling off.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, 2 p.m., 26th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

MONETARY AIED C0MMIERCIAL INTELLI GENCE. Loanox, 2 p.m., 26th August. The stock market remains dull. Notwith standing the favorable character of the Bank of England returns the directors have ab stained from making any change in the rate of discount. Good 3 months' bills 7- to - per cent. Consols, 89 to a for money, and 89 to j per cent., ¼ for account, on September 8th. The Confederate bonds are unfavorably affected by the late news from America. COLONIAL GOVERNMIENT SECURITIES.-NOW South Wales five per cents., 1866, January and July, 97 to 99. Victorian six per cents., April and October, 109 to 110. Queensland six per cents., January and July, 101 to 104. South Australian six per cents., 1878, 106 to 108. Now Zealand six per cents. not quoted. ExronTs rose AUSTRALIA.-The month's exports show a material decline on the previous month; the total exports of which, including late entries, June and July, amounted to £867,067. The aggregate value for the present month, exclusive of Now Z...

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

INDIA. Terms of peace are finally concluded be tween the sons of Ameer in Caboul. An embassy from Hokand, an inde pendent sovereignty in Central Asia, is on route to his Excellency the Viceroy for advice and assistance of the British, to pre vent the Russians making a high road for troops across their kingdom. Sir C. Trevyllan retires from India next April. It is reported no' successor with the title of finance minister will be appointed. Sir Alexander Lawrence, a nephew of the Viceroy, was accidentally killed.

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

RUSSIA. Four -Italians, imprisoned on suspicion of being English spies, weore released by the interposition of the Sultan and the Czar.

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

AUSTRIA. A treasonable conspiracy was discovered in South Tyrol and numerous arrests have been made. This is a fresh element of dis cord in the Austrian Empire.

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

SWITZERLAND. A revolutionary disturbance broke out at Geneva on the 20th August. Barricades were erected, blood was shed, and the militia were called out to restore order.

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

POLAND. The insunrection is ended, and the last chief of the celebrated Polish National Go vernment and four of the members were executed, in presence of a numerous crowd at Warsaw.

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

OSWALD CRAY. BY 51RS. HENRY WOOD, AUTIiOR OF EAST LYNNE. CIIAPTER XI. CLEAR and distinct lay tile lines of rail in the cold moonlight. It was a straight bit of line there, without curve or bend, rise or incline; and why the engine should have gone off the rails remained to be proved. It was lying on its side, the steam escaping as from a fizzing, hissing furncoe. The luggage van was over turned and its contents were scattered; and two carriages were overturned also-a second class, which had been next the van, and a first-class which followed it. But now, as good Providence willed it, in that second-class carriage there had only been three passengers. The train was not a crowded one, and people don't travel close to the engine as a matter of tlste. Of these three passengers, two had thrown themselves fiat on the floor of tile carriage between the seats, and escaped without injury; the other lhad a broken arm and a braised head, not of much moment. The first-class carriagei was more f...

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