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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

LATEST NEWS. The arrival of the St. David, with N York advices to the 12th, has boon tr d : i : graphed from Groeeneastle. She bril ? .: t official Confederate despatches, announce i the surrender, by Colonel Anderson, of i:' Gaines to the Federal fleet under the c( ';lh : mand of Admiral Farragut. This e " appears to have boon taken after ast'I orders had been given by the general: chief that the fort should bo defend" }: Colonel Anderson's conduct is pronourn:' inexplicablo and shameful; and corta:' the fact that the capitulation was arran, .! in defianco of superior orders, gives it,1 aspect of treason. Federal accounts al~ that the whole Confederate floot at Mol, except one vessel, has beeon sunlk, beaclý or captured. It is also stated that Sherid. : forces are moving up the Shenandoah Val. ? I: where it is not improbable they will porienco the same fato which their pr ! cossors encountered at the hands of St wall Jackson, and more recently of Go1ril. , Early. The rumour that Mr...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 20. ASSAULT AT STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

ToUno?-Ao.Onoo?n 20. ASSAnUL AT 0104T fIEEK. .TJames Coreroran wans chalrged for that, on tile 4th Septembroh last, lie did, at Stony Creek, snrault, with'intlont, &c.,one0 Ellon Cureroft. Th'Io prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was un defeodedC.-Colnstlol Andrew Suthecrland deposeodto prisoner's apprchenslon, at Womnbat, on tlo 5th Soptember.LI?llen Cnr. ?mrt deposed that she met the prisoner on Suludnay, the 4th Soepltember, near Wolmbat, whille out for a walk with her little brothlor and two other ehlldron; she saw prsoner follonwing her, and pickedl op her brother and run towarda homic; thle prisoner ro after her, and o overltaking her asked hler nlat oilo was runningr for; prisoner, ftor one or two other ques tionsurkod hei to stop and hnave a yarn ; he told hhim to no bout hhi businessR; prisoner ognln roil after her, caught hold hor, and throew liher down on her knees, nud otherwise IlIl treated her; she scremoied to ihcr mother, and struggled with dit, I prlsoner was ...

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ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMIMERt~' INTELLIGENCE. , Louox, August t{ The weather has boeen, for sevoral w ', a topic of more absorbing interest i either domestic or foreign politics. In ,t seasons, rain, pitiless and incessant,is like a watery curse; but during the prsi comotary summer the sun has bbcon, scourge. For four months we havy . perienced almost unbroken sunshine. ' climate seems to be losing its tradit!t 'l charactor. Umbrellas were fast going, .'I of fashion, except as sun shades. A us sal longing for rain has, for some time, t, the predominant fooling; but the dC'.i blessing was withheld week after week a14 clear sky was becoming a cause of sc discontent; a bright mnorning was ga) f with positive dread and disappointr' and many a distrustful heart has agai again charged the glowing sun with crl Besides the personal inconvenience en' through the sultriness of the air, the became baked under the unmitigated ness of its rays ; the pastures were pal scorched, and embrowned; wat...

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WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 19. HORSE-STEALING AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

i 0DN W EDAY-OC)CIOER 10. IonSE-STEAuLIN AT YOUNG. III lI lyan, seventeen ycarl of age, wIs IIndIlced for thiaot te 1the IUt day of Frcnary hsti, at Vou.nq, feloniously I hors, tio property of Michnel Maotlows; a second laid tle charge is recltving. Tile prisoner pleaoded ot Thifs was oa short tond very clat -a. ,Michael ows deposed to lilt hating last o mar ab0ott the lot of ary last ; It was o bay, randed J Itonjoled ot o near toler and thigh, with bInzo In facet, awd three white fet. I he lost th ine ar ts Barrows, and prisoner, who lIts-N there, had seen hhn working tt e t tare; 10 nest SAtw the in ltoomsston of Mr. Mhrton, at Luto oint g t tat, ol tileo ebruary.-hJoh Tthomos Mlorea, Aoutionrer, TYong, do. Mat It porehated tilettomine from tit trisoonron tte tded.' t LAb ENtr Bt A POSTMASoTER AT YOUNG. ' Ld Frederickt Nerwman (on ball) lipctao l to toie his Sfeloni st stolen wonsy to the %,nine oft 0 freonot one lIlgmit -t, second count charged tio plisoer withod I toi olmoae fr...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

OtoLflUltN WIIOLEBALI PRt?E8 CURRENT. Wheat, 10os. V1 bushel. Flour, fine, £28 ,? ton; aondls. £27. Pollard, Is. 8d. 18 bushel; or in. by the bhalf ton. Bran, o.4d. 48 bushel; or Is. by the ohalf tono. IBread, 7d. 182-lb. loaf. Mates, 3s. 0d. to 4d. 6d. per bushel. BUrlt!, Eogllsh, 3s. 64. to 4. $1 bushlel, sooo;re Cap,2s. 04., no demoud. Oats, 2s. Ot. to 3s. 0d. 1 bushel. Bay, £3 103. to £4 105s. 1 ton. Boter, fresh, 0d. 16 lb.; salt, 04, to 7. r.ace,, 4'$4d.8 t04.810. Cheea, 4d. t I d 04.18 5doeeab. , Eggs, 8d. to 9d. %I dozen; Potatoes, 3s. to 3i. 04. 51 wt. Otolmlo,la. 1 owlat. Fat Cattie, prine, £5; mediumo, £ 10s. to £4. Sheep, 14s. to 18s. 1 head, Pigl, 3d4. to 4d. 1 Lb. Reef (retail), d. to 4d. 0 1 lb. Jlutton (retall), 44.1 lb. Tallaro, beef, £20 to £271; tono; mutton, £28. Bitdes, 0s. togS. enach. Shesplhlins., Od.; washed 7d. 18 lb. Carriage 8 tot-Syduey to Coulburn, £4 100. to £5; Goul. bure to Sydney, £3 to ?1 0os.; Golulburu to fhambing Flat, £4 ; oulburn to Adelong, £...

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WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

WEDNESDAY-OCTOBnr, 19. The Council met at the usual hour, and proceeded to Government House to present the address adopted in reply to the Governor's speech. His Excellency returned at suitable reply. The Governor sent up a message covering a des. patch from the secretary of state, acknowledging the addresses to HIer Majesty and to their Royal High. nosses of Wales on the birth of the young Prince. Mr. Plunlkett's sessional motions (for appointment of committees, Re.), were agreed to without remark. Sir William Manning obtained leave to bring in two bills-first, further to amend the practice and course of procedure in the Supreme . Courts in equity; and second, to facilitate leases and sales of settled estates. The House adjourned at 5 p.m. until Wednesday next. In the Legislative Astsembly, On the motion of Mr. WI. Forater, the usual sosa sional orders were agreed to. Mhr. W. Forster obtained leave to bring in a bill to regulato the Volunteer Force, and a bill to con. tribute towar...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

COAMMJER C1A .L. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WII[.T YAN,? FLOUiL.-At Conolly's MIill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, is. Sd. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per busbol. At Emanuel's Mill:--Fine flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samples, lOs. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesalo, is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 l6s. per ton wholesalo, Is. Sd. per busheol retail. Arcr'oxsi:es' R1EPOnTS.-M-esSrs. 1. Dignam and Co.' report :-Fat cattle.-The market is again very bare--the trade all inquiring for cattle, and plenty of wholesale orders on hand. Any lots of good cattle to arrive during next wook or fortnight will bring top prices.-Fat sheop.--Vo bave sold a small flock of fat wethors, from Lake Bathurst, but are requested not to quote the figure.--Produco. We have sold two parcels of sheepskinss, at 7d. per lb. A...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF GOULBURN AND ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

TO THE? ELECTORS OF GOULBUURN AND ARlGLE. (Perfvour of the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle.) PnocLA?TrlATrtU. has been pronounced " the thief of time," and the proverb hus bucn undoubtedly fulfilled by the lartin administration in so long delaying theo meeting of parliament. Howovor, whoen delay would no longer be tolorated, tho Solons of M1aclurtresateot are once more assembled, and the death-like stillness which for the last few mnt?; has pervaded that locality has been superseded, an: ministers have to pass through the fiery ordoal satisfying the country that the boest interests of tl electors have received duo attention, and that tl twolve months' rginme of James Martin has conduct to the material prosperity of New South Wales. Calmly reviewing the results of Martin's admini: tration, I fool persuaded you will cordially ondorl, tho sentiment, that the country has not only s been benefited by the executive administration Martin, Forster, Wilson, and Co., but that rotr grossion...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

To the Editor of the Hlerold anud Chronicle. Smu,-Tho editor of the Argus made a sad mistake when he stated, in last Saturday's issue, that for a long time the letters and papers had been loft at Mc Aleor's. Now, sir, I am at a loss to know what the Argus means by a long time. Surely he must know that the mail for yearswas loft at my house. The papers are labelled for Mr. So-and-so at Me D&nald's, plain enough for any person to road. Then, why are they left at Mo Aleer's, to cause inconvenience and unnecessary trouble to parties having to go so far for them ? Why, sir, the reason is easily ox plained. When T. WVooro, Esq., of 'Pomeroy was at home, the mails were never neglected, but were always left at their proper destination. He being from home at the present time, causes the mails to be loft at Me Aleor's, the mailman thinking no doubt that five minutes' extra ride might injure his deli cate constitution. Mr. Woore, previous to his visit to Sydney, offered to have a post-...

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YASS CRIMINAL SESSIONS. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 18. LARCENY AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

YASS CRIMINAL SESSIONS. (From, to-day's. 'as Courier.) (i TUESDAY-OcoonER 18. ,I :i LARCESY AT YOUN.OO. John Grant was charged with having, on ? ', Juno last, feloniously stolen a watch, chain, o of the value of £65, from the dwolling-houso o i;?? Quail, at Young, the property of Joseph I Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty.-Detectis;t : stable James Swainson deposed to the appre.' ; of the prisoner on the 17th September last; - duced the chain. In reply to prisoner the : stated that he had known him for about twd!1 and had never previously heard anything ' his character.-'Tobias Butter, publican, You.- s posed that the prisoner was at his house on September last; he put prisoner out of theý as he was making use of obscene language is leaving, witness picked up a chain aloogside'rk counter; he kept the chain about a fortnigli then handed it to Detective Swainson; aft?I witness saw the prisoner, and asked him, w was looking for-if it was the chain; he said.!: it is my property; " witness...

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VISIT OF THE BISHOP TO ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

VISIT OF THE BISHOP TO ALBURY? (From the lannsr.) Ix continuation of the visitation of the Bishor Goulburn throughout his diocese, his Lord s arrived in Albury on Thursday evening last, ha f, beeon mot a few miles out of the town by a fol the inhabitants who were awaro of the arrangem.y for his arrival and which wore not generally kn'l{ so that many, who would have paid that mar1t respect to the eminent dignitary of the Chure England, were unable to do so. His Lordship!: accompanied by F. R. L. Rossi, of Goulburn, proceeded to the parsonage, Albury. Yesteln morning some gentlemen, members of the chf . moet at the court-house and proceeded to(,f parsonage to present an address of congratulatio,,; the safe arrival and visit of the bishop. Captl Brownrigg presented the address and, beforo dl; so, remarked that it was now nearly three u since Albury had had a visit from the metropoui bishop, who, on leaving, hoped that before lonal1 portion of the colony would receive and oxpori.f the b...

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WHISPERS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

WHISPERIS OF PEACE. Sonime abortive attempts at peace 'negotia tions were set on foot about a mnonth tigo, at Niagara. Several distinguished Southerners, who Were staying at one of the hotels across the border, wrote to Mr. Horiace Greeley, who happened to be sojourning at aniother, that they were willing to go to Washington and treat for peace. Messrs. Sanders, Jowett, and friends, however, admitted that they were not acting under authority-their services were quite spontaneous. Mr. Greeley was equally a volunteer. Finding that they were not accredited by the Con federate government, Mr. Lincoln sent his private secretary to Mr. Greeley, with a message addressed "to whom it may con corn," to the effect that he could only nogo tiate upon the terms of a thorough restora tion of the Union and the abolition of slavery. The correspondence abruptly ter minated at this point, the Confederate agents very properly refusing to enter upon a nego tiation of which the basis was pro-arranged by ...

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SECOND INVASION OF MARYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

SECOND INVASION OF MARYLAND. The splendid raid of Early and Brockeu ridgo into the north-eastern states of the Unhion, 'reported lant month, was so success ful that the Confedorates have been encour aged to ropeat the movement. It soon became evident that there was no serious intention of an attempt to capture and hold any of the northorn cities. Such a step would have been imprudent and full of peril -a waste of strength, without any adequate reward. But the objects contomplated by Qenieral Lee were triumphantly secured. The Confederates wanted corn, provisions in general, horses, and military, stores; and these they seized in abundance, and trans ported in sdfety to Richmond. They wanted to spy out and make manifest to the govern ment and people of the North the unpro tected stato of the territory betwoon Rich mond and Washington, and give the self confidont Yankees a thorough scare, and in this thoy succeeded to their hearts' content. They were anxious to compel Grant to weaken h...

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THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA. The chief interest of the war has suddenly shifted from Virginia to Atlanta. Grant is all at once eclipsed by Sherman. As the Ndrthern Hercules will not give them victory, the disappointed and humiliated Federals, in.their despair, turn to the great General of the south-west. Perhaps he may prove to be their military saviour. Denied their coveted Virginian grapes, they now affect to despise them as sour. It has broken upon them with all the force and freshness of a discovery, that the possession of Richmond is as nothing in comparison with the capture of Atlanta; and, accord ingly, the repeated defeats of General Grant, and the hecatoembs of victims sacrificed throughout the campaign, are spoken of slightingly, as mere minor and in significant incidents in the great war drama. If the Georgian city does but fall before the puissant Sherman, all will yet be well. Simultaneously the Confederate estimato of tihe importance of the struggle raging on this theatre ...

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CHRISTIAN MISSIONS IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

CHIIRISTIAN MISSIONS IN TURKEY. The Sultan, apparently in a fit of religious alarm, has lately done a very ungracious thing to his best friends, the English and the Americans. Without any forewarning, his Divan suddenly struck a blow at the Pro testant institutions established in the country, shut up the American mission, closed the Bible Society's store, prohibited preaching, and sent to prison eleven converts from ]M?ahometanism, who, relying on the Sultan's word in the edict of Gulhane, had openly professed Christianity. The English and American ambassadors at once protested against these arbitrary andillegal measures, as a distinct breach of treaty. The remon strance was successful, and the obnoxious edict was repealed so far as it affected the foreign agents, but the converts were to be banished to some consular town in tihe inte rior. Further pressure will, no doubt, ob tain their release. The excuse of the Turkish authorities for this step was, a dread of some sanguinary outb...

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PARISIAN DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

PARISIAN DOINGS. Paris has been the scene of a state trial, the Napoleonic fet, and a royal visit. The former proceeding was an extraordinary blunder on the part of the Emperor, and reveals the existence of a large amount of nervous fear. The facts are these. Thir teen conspicuous members of the liberal )arty, including two deputies, whose homes had boon entered and ransacked of papers, were indicted before a legal tribunal for be ongingg to an electoral association, contrary to tie law which prohibits political meetings of more than twenty persons. It was alleged, but not proved, by the imperial prosecutor, that the accused weore members of a central organisation in Paris comprising some thirty persons, with aliliated committees in the provinces, formed to influenco the elections to the Corps Togislatif. They woro defended by MI. Jules anvro in a speech so brilliant antl exhaustive that Md. Berryer refused to add a word to it. Each of the defondants was oventually convicted of belo...

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THE EX-KING OF NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

THE EX-KIIG OF NAPLES. From Rome wo have two items of intelli .genes which possess some interest. One re lates to the probable departure of the ex King of Naples from the precincts of the Vatican, and the other to the kidnapping of -another Jewish boy. It is stated by the Ultramontane Union that Francis II., having "been summoned to an interview with Anto nelli, he there found awaiting his presence Chunt do Sartiges and Baron do Bach, who delicately hinted to tie Bourbon prince the opinion of their respective governments that his further stay within the papal territory was inexpedient, and that the sooner he hastened his departure the more satisfactory would it be to all parties interested in main taining tihe tranquillity of the Peninsula. The kidnapped boy is the son of a shoe maker, named Michael Cohen, and is only ten years of ago. - The priestly robber went to the shoemaker's to got his boots mended, then ordered tihe child to take them home for him, but on the way pushed him i...

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GRANT'S FAILURE AT PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

GRANT'S FAILURE AT PETERSBUR?G. A great disastor has befallen the Federal arms at Petorsburg, which the Northorn partisans can by no ingenuity pervert into an advantage. Grant had been very quiet for several weeks, and beyond an occasional hint of siege operations, no one could form an idea of what that dauntless and tenacious general was scheming. Ithas since become known that for a wholo month-from the 28th of July-lie was engaged in driving a mine under the fort which formed the chief point in the outer line oftheo' Confederate de fences. The task was entrusted to Colonel Ploasants, a Peonnsylvanian engineer. The design was generally known in the Federal camp, but appears to havo been concealed from the Confederates. When the work was completed, in order to confuse and dis tract General Lee, a considerable portion of the Federal army was transferred, as oston tatiously as possible, to the north side of James River. The general imnpression from this movement was, that another atta...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

TE CVTIL WTAR IN AMIERICA. Slaughter, slaughter, slaughter-prodigal and profitless-is the burthen of every suc cessive Transatlantic mail. The eye of the sickened spectator sees nothing but blood. Heroism there is in abundance on both sides; but in this hideous and diabolical strife it appears wasted and worthless. Hundreds of thousands have perished, and yet peace is as distant as ever. Battles, desperate battles, are fought day after day, week after week, and year after year, and yet the customary reward is withheld; the South is not exhausted, the North is not wearied. The Unionists will conquer; the Secos sionists will not submit. If both bellige rents continue in the same mind the war may go on for twenty years. The huge hosts which have hitherto been raised and marshalled will dwindle down to smaller bodies, who will wage hostilities in a desultory irregular kind of way. Mr. Lin coln, who has called for half a million more victims to the Union idol, will postpone that collapse...

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DISTURBANCES AT GENEVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

DISTURBANCES AT GENEVA. Consequent on the election of M?. Chene viere to a seat in the Swiss Conseil d'Etat and the rejection of the radical candidate, MI. James Fazy, serious disturbances have taken place in Geneva, where the d?e»ute has extended to the erection of barricades, street fighting, and bloodshed. The cantonal authorities being utterly impotent to deal with the rioters Federal intervention had to be called in, and the result is, that a battalion of militia has entered the city for the purpose of quelling the commotion, if needs be, by the arm of military power.

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