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THE CHINCHA ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

TIIE CIIINCIA ISLANDS. The Spanish government has announced, but in a highly disingenuous manner, that it intends to restore the Chincha Islands. Ad miral Pinzon was not ordered to take: them, and but for the attempt on the life of Don Salayar they would be restored at once. As it is, they will be retained till the Peruvian government has cleared itself of complicity in that incident. The Spanish chancellor of the exchequer, meanwhile, is at his wits'-end to find money for the most ordinary purposes. A marriage is projected between Prince Hiunmbert, the heir apparent of the throne of Italy, and Princess Anna Murat. It is attributed to the match-making intrigues of the Empress Eugenic, who first sought to cement an alliance with the brother of the King of Spain, but failed.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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DENMARK AMPUTATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

DENMARK AMPUTATED. .There is peace between Germany and Den mark. The puny victim, set upon by three powerful burglars, has ceased its vain resist ance, and submitted moodily to the plunder ing which it was too weak to prevent. The bystanders, who saw the unequal strife with indignant astonishment, heave their sigh of pity and regret, and pass on. The ropacious German thieves have obtained what they coveted, and ought to be content. The pound of flesh nearest the heart has been mercilessly cut away, and poor Denmark is left to bleed to death at leisure. As soon as the abandoned little state showed signs of coming to terms with its assailants they made swift work of it. The Conference as sembled at Vienna on the 26th ult., and live days from that date the surrender was made, and the preliminaries of peace were signed. A six week' armistice was urged by Bis marck, but the more considerate Rcchborg procured for the shorn victim an extension to three months. The German Confederation was ...

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GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE. Amongst the calamities of the month are a tremendous fire at Hull, by which several extensive warehouses, with their valuable contents, wore destroyed, involving a loss of £100,000; and a terrible conflagration at Limoges, in France, by which upwards of 200 houses were reduced to ruin. More than 1000 persons have been deprived of their homes, and property has boon des troyed to the estimated value of five million francs. A fire of extraordinary magnitude, too, has been raging during the past week in the neighbourhood of Farnham. The entire district known as Woolmer Forest has been in a blaze, the flames spreading rapidly far and near, and destroying everything in their path. The magnitude of the conflagration was scarcely appreciated before the 19th, and then detachments from the forces at Aldershot woere sent out to endeavour to stay its course. They succeeded in confining it within certain limits by digging broad trenches, across which the fl...

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ULTRAMONTANE DEFEAT IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

ULTRAMONTANE DEFEAT IN BELGIUM. Last month's news left Belgium in the midst of a very serious crisis, the nature of which I explained. Government had come to a dead lock, through the Catholic mem bors of the Lower House factiously absent ing themselves from its sittings. The King dissolved the chamber and appealed to the country. The response has been all that the friends of constitutionalism could desire. Exasperated at the ecclesiastical conspiracy against their liberties and parliamentary prerogatives, the people have given the liberal ministry a majority of twelve; which is deemed amply suflicient to carry out those organic reforms which will defeat the machi nations of the priesthood. The nation is thus delivered, for a time at least, from the fear of sacerdotal supremacy.

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POLAND EXECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

POLAND EXECUTED. After months of lingering agonies, the bitter end has come. On the 5th of August, the final scene in one of the saddest trage dies of modern times was played out at Warsaw. The revolt is subdued, and or ganised brutality triumphs. " Oh, Lord ! how long ?" Russia, long foiled and baffled, has at length crushed, not indeed Poland, but that mysterious and omnipresent national government, which so successfully conducted the insurrection, defying alike the ingenuity of the Muscovite police and the ferocity of the Cossack soldiery. Just three weeks ago, the chief of that marvellous organisation was led out, with four of his colleagues, to the glacis of the fortress at Warsaw, and there ignominiously hanged. IIe was a Colonel Traugutt, a discharged Russian officer, and his associates in misfortune were, an architect, a book-keeper, a teacher, and a tax-collector, all young men. Bravely did they face their melancholy fate ; the bitter ness of death to them was that their co...

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THE YELVERTON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

THE YELVERTON CASE. When my supplementary telegram was sent off on the 2nd, it was believed that, as far as courts of justice are concerned, the scandalous Yelverton case was finally dis posed of; but this illusion was soon dis pelled. No sooner did Mrs. Theresa Yel verton recover from the series of fainting fits into which the announcement of the decision of the House of Lords had thrown her, than she lodged a minute of reference on oath, the practical result of which is to prevent the judgment being made final in Scotland until the parties to the suit have been ex amined on oath. In a letter to the Times, Mrs. Yelverton says:--" Against such a sentence I have struggled for six years, and probably may for six more, if life by litiga tion is not stunted." This protracted case has called attention to the anomalies and absurdities of the Scotch marriage law, and if it load to its assimilation to the English law, as it probably will, the degrading ex posures made in this celebrated aff...

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NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS. The post-office is about to extend its field; of operations. In addition to the letter and book post, we are to be favoured with an inland pattern and sample post. This new arrangement comes into operation on the 1st of September, after which all patterns and samples will be convoyed at such a reduction in the scale of charges that residents and shopkeepers in distant provinces will find it to their interest to establish a direct com munication with the manufacturer and large dealer, instead of dealing at the village store. This measure will go far to revolutionise trade, to the disadvantage and often extinc tion of small tradesmen. Any parcels not exceeding twenty-four ounces in weight may be sent, at the following rates :-Not ex ceeding four ounces, 2d.; under eight ounces, -Id.; under sixteen ounces, 8d.; and under twenty-four ounces, Is. For the future, such articles as knives, scissors, razors, forks, steel pens, keys, nails, watch' ma chinery, metal tub...

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GUNS V. IRON PLATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

GUNS V. IRON PLATING. A long series of artillery experiments at Shoeburyness has culminated in the com plete triumph of guns over armour. Sir V. Armstrong's 600-pounder, known as "Big Will,". has conquered the stoutest target resistant which could be opposed to it, and bids defiance to all the navies of the world. Not content with drilling holes through an improved section of La Gloire with guns of smaller calibre, the great artillerist brought out his G00-pounder against the Warrior target, and with a range equivalent to 2000 yards, he hurled destruction on a shield composed of 4- in. armour plates with a backing of eighteen inches of teak. After this brilliant success, we are told that the war-office authorities have decided on ordering four more for this year's delivery. What does it mean ? people are asking. At this rate it will be the end of the century before our fleet and arsenals are armed with them. A corres pondent in the Standard states that the French government are havi...

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SOCIAL DISCUSSIONS OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

SOCIAL DISCUSSIONS OF TIlE MONTH. The dull season is always fruitful of un expected topics of discussion :in the news papers, which are only too glad to concede a portion of their space to grievance-mon gers of every hue. Thus we have had in the Times a very pleasant and instructive correspondence on the habits, econo mical, social, and political, of bees; in which, as usual, each writer, whether monarchist or republican, peaceman or war rior, finds something to justify and confirm his views and to condemn those of his op ponent. Then, in the same journal, there has appeared a series of contributions, from natives and foreigners, on the scandalous in decency of the mode of bathing in vogue at all our English watering-places, and which is contrasted unfavourably with the customs adopted on the continent and in the east. But the smartest discussion of the month has had reference to the extortionate and tyrannical conduct of the controller of the legacy duties. The correspondence was s...

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THE QUEEN AND THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

THE QUEEN AND THE COURT. English royalty is on the wing. Her Majesty, who has just returned to Windsor from the Isle of Wight, starts to-morrow for Balmoral, where the court will stay some five or six weeks. The Prince and Princess of Wales have been making a tour through part of Scot land, and in a few day will take their departure for Denmark. The sailor prince is to visit Iceland; and the Prince and Princess of Hesse are bound for Germany, via the Rhine. The heir-apparent and his consort are to be escorted by part of the British fleet. The Duke of Newcastle being suffciently improved in health to bear removal, jour neyed to his seat in Nottinghamshire a fortnight since, where he was very warmly welcomed. He is already feeling the benefit of his native air, and is approaching towards convalescence.

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LORD PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 22 October 1864

LORD pALMERSTON. Our evergreen premier was no sooner re leased from parliamentary cares, than, with a freshness, verve, and geniality quite sur prising, lie plunged into extra-parliamentary labours. After enjoying the splendid hospi talities of the mansion-house, and figuring at the festive board of the Fishmongers Company, he betook himself to the pro vinces, where he has been starring it, to the delight of multitudes. Here ihe took part in the inauguration of a railway in the midland counties, and subsequently laid the foundation-stone of a now exchange at Bradford, in Yorkshire. The latter visit narrowly escaped proving a failure. A number of working-men, disgusted at his lordship's breach of faith on the reform question, previously met together, and passed strong resolutions condemnatory of his conduct, which it was determined to embody in an address to the premier on the occasion of his visit. It was decided also to observe " a dignified but significant absti nence from all ent...

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

P A R L I A M E N T A R Y. (From the Sydney daily papers.) The fifth session of the fourth parliament of New South Wales was opened on Tuesday at noon, by his Excelloucy Sir John Young. A more than ordinary amount. of interest appeared to be taken in the event, judging from the numerous attendance of spooetators within the chamber, and from the large concourse assembled about the parliamentary build ings. The scene was, as usual, graced with the presence of ladies, Who not only occupied the side bliclies but also filled the strangers' gallery and a portion of the seats below the bar;' it was remarked that at no previous opening of parliament had there been such a numerous attendance of ladies. Every part of the chamber was crowded with visitors anxious to witness the important ceremony, and to hear the first intimation of the policy of the govern ment.. Amongst the more distinguished visitors wore-Their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Wise, the Heon. Captain Carnegie of H.I...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

COIMMJIR CAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. cWHEAT AND Fr.ova.-At Conollv's Mill:-Fine flour,.£28 per'ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is; per 100 lb. extra,. ollard; £6 15s. per ton, is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuel's Mill :-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, is. per .100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samples, 10s. per.bheol. Bran, £- per .ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. BRAIDWOOD, Thursday 8 p.m. 'STocx A'n Pno Cs ..REroTsv.-Mr It. Craig ro ports:-Mr. WV. . Smith's draft of prime bullockls, when witlin'a few miles of town, were sold by the' party in charge at £6 10s. all round.. Had they been sold by auction I am certain I could have averaged £7 to £7 13s., as the butchers .were com pletely out of anything killable. I disposed of 20 hlad'of Mir. Edwards's at £7 10s., guaranteed prime, and averago 750 to 800. Ten head o...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. lMoIn.IAY afternoon. To'r: greatest possible interest has been excited by the chargo brought forward by Mr. Arnold against thoe minister for works, Mr. Iolroyd, of appointing Dr. lHamilton to the commission of the peace for a pecuniary considoration. Soma timo since Dr. llamilton was a candidato for the representation of Kiamla, and was supposed to bo the ministorial candidato; but ho was defeated by Mr. Parkes. When the new commission of the peace was issued his nmoe was included. It is. admitted that ho afforded Mr. llolroydl pecuniary. nccommodation to tho extont of £200; that he was proposed by hMr. IIolroyd to the executive as a fit person for the commission ; and that he expressed to AMr. IIolroyd a desire to be appointed. The point in dispute is whether the one flet was the cause which brought about the other. Mr. Lenohaun was formerly in the habit .of lending money to IIolroyd; and when he no longer could afford to do so he mentioned the matter .to IHamilton ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

For Private Sale, rlllE well-known premises, late thoe orse and 1 Jockey Inn, with 40 acres of land attached, situate on the mail road between Goulburn and Biggs. The whole is very compact, and well adapted for a public-house or store. Also, with the above, the furniture, cooking utensils, &e. ANN MARKS, 1777 Markdale, Binds. Public-House, to Let. TflHE HOUSE lately known as the "EDIN L BURGH CASTLE," about five miles from Goulburn, on the main road to Tarlo, Myrtleville. Taralgn,Bathurst,&c. Besides the bar, which is fitted up with counter and shelves, the house contains eight large lofty rooms and a spnoious hall, a kitchen, in which'is a good'oven; a servants'-room, and a store room. The out-buildings comprise a five-stalled stable and a large shed, with loft capable of storing more than six tons of hay, fowl-house, &c., &c. There is a large garden, trenched and well-stocled with fruit-trees. Also, an accommodation paddock of about ninety acres, wi...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

SO1tLtIUItIN WIIOeltSALo 1I'E1000 CUItNttNT.. Veho, 4lO, t' bushel. , . St?eonn, fe,£0 ? ' ton , , msla. £7. Peollard, 1s. 5d. 7) bushel; or s. by tIe halnf ton. Be,,, Is. 4d, t bushel; or Is. by the half ton., SBrtm,-Tld. 2-lb. lotf. ltfee, 3s. td. to 4s. 6d. re bushllel. . ...: earl'e. El glish, s35. 6d. to 4d. 7 bushel, scarce Capo, 2s. 6d., no 'derland. OOts, 2s. ad. to as. 6t. 7 heshel... I £ay, '3 108. to £4 Io. .l toe. Butller, fresh, ad. ID lb. salt, lid, to 'Id. Clhee, 4d;. ' lb. Bareo. 411d. to 5d. p lb. egs, 8d.4t Od. 77 dozen,. Poetrleo. 3s. to Is, 6d. ' ewt. Ol??ts;a I1s, ow.t. at r C ettle, prleme, £5; Ouedtum, £0 t,; tos £4. Shlcep, ts. to LS. 't leaed. r I'lpg, ld. to 4d. ' lb. * ej (retatl), id. to 4d4. 7 l. Mstioa. (rotil), 4d. b. ... Tallowe, heef, £20 to £27.7 ton ; mutton, £281, Hidese, Is. to go. eactl. Sboheptsbt; lae wasoliel 7d. ' tlb. Carrengpe 7 tou- ydney to (Ioutburn, £4 10 to £6; ( oul.. burn to Sydney, £3 to £31tO.; toulburn toT'Loublng F lat; £4 ; lou...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

WTV published recently a description from the 1\folbourno Argus of the agricultural district of Ballaarat, which must have boon interest ing to every one who takes an interest in questions rolating to the culture of thie soil in Australia. It would be satisfactory if similar descriptions could bo givon of agri cultural districts in Now Soutll Wales. But it is evident that our neighbours are in advance of us in this respect. The fact may :be admitted without jealousy. Indeed tile progress of agriculturoe in the sister-colony may well be 'a subject of congratulation with us, since it may be hopod that the ox perienco set may in time be made use of by our cultivators. In justice to the latter, it must not be forgotten that the circumstances of tho two colonies are widely different. Victoria enjoys tihe advantage of a more concentrated population, with a more limited area of territory. The agriculturist is much more advantageously situated ivith respect to markets. Ho lihas in a great m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

WaTnted, A STRONO ACTIVE LAD, to make himself generally useful. JOh3 N FULLJAMES, 1890 liiversdalo. Wanted, 'IIIREE or FOUR GOOD PRAC rI'CAL S SIIEPIIERDS (with families), aceustomed to shepherd sheep int paddocks. Noeo need apply but those with good recommendations. To properly qualflud: men good encouragement will be given. Apply to ALEXANDER REID, 1853 Arthureleigh. Wanted, fIl\WO MEN to collect and derlv horses to Rock I hampton. For partlulars, apply at the Farrier's Arms, 1878 Twenty Pounds Reward. STOLEN or strayed, on tile night of 20th Sep temher, from Rose's Lagoon, J A HEAVY DIIAUGIT MARE, branded S on near shoulder, colour blue roan. .2 will be pnid for recovery of mare; and £20 on conviction of thief or thieves. JOSEPH T. A. STYLES, Gundaroo 8th October, 1864. 1808 Ten Pounds Reward. SCTOLEN OR STRAYED from GUNDARY !. PLAINS, One BIROWN YEARLING FILLY, branded D near shoulder. If strayed One Pound will be paid for her recovery; if stolen, Ten Pounds will be giveu; for i...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

'ILEGJMAPHIC IN'ELLIGENCE [FnOMs OuR COenesrOND?NT?e.] SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. Mu. HoLsorn has resigned his office as minister for works. Thu want of confidence debate continues, and is not likely to be finished to-night. The Colmar has arrived with a cargo of Chilion flour. A !irgeo sale was hold to-day, Whon 450. por barrel was obtained. TTuesday night. The debate continues. Mr. Parkes has made a good speech against the ministry. 3BERRIMA, Tuesday afternoon. A .sA?e named John. O'Brien has been apprehended on suspicion of stealing the mail.bags, and stands remanded to the let November. GUNDAGAI, Tuesday evening T quarteor-soessions commenced on Monday. William Girdler, stealing a saddle, was acquitted. Joseph Clarho, from Tumut, cutting and ivound ing, twelve months Wagga Wagga jail. Robert Gregory, cutting and wounding, three months Gundagai jail. J. II. Burcholl, obtaining goods under false pro tonces, seven days Gundagai jail. William Paton and James Richardson, stealing a sad...

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YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY—OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

TASS QUARTER SESSIONS. (Prom the Courier.) FnIoAY-Ocronlln 21. IHOIOSE-STEALING AT' IIAieNOEY CII.E~.E MLary Ann MIillor and Margsret MIillor (on bail) appeared to answer a chargo of having, on the 26th February last, at Blakoney Crook, feloniously stolen a horse, the property of ono David MBarshall. The prisoners pleaded not guilty, and woro defended by Mr. Walsh.-Mary lMarshall deposed that on the 26th Fobruary last she saw the prisoners; Mary Ann M?illor had hold of the horse, and was just fixing herself for a start on her horso, leading witness's horse; Margaret Miller was just behind the other prisoner; they started for home, and witness was quite suro the horse she saw was her property; the horse was hobbled when she last turned it out, and was not now on the run.--Margaret lReady, sister to the last witness, gave similar evidence. After a short address from Mr. Walsh, the jury retired, and after four or five hours' con sideration returned into court, stating that there was no...

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