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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

LOCAL AND PRO VINCIA., GOULDBURN ASSIZES. Toi Goulbirn 'assizes commonicod on Monday last with a list of fourteen cases.. His Honor Mr. Justico WVis presided. Vm. 'Conolly, Esq., J.P., noted as deputy shoriff, and Mr. Charles E. R. ttMurray as clerki of arraignrs. Mr. Windoyer, bar rister, assisted by Mr. Williams, crown solicitor, conducted tho prosooutions. Thoeonly other mom-, bars of tho legal profession presont were Mr. Shoppard, barristor, and Mr. lGannon, attorney. Tho usual proclamation against vice and immorality having boon road, and Mr. W\indoyer having handed in his commission, the following case Was callod oO .S.*nrTALI,.o. - John Driscoll, alias William Gardinor, pleaded guilty to two charges of horse-stealing-one froml i Chi?unamn, theo other from Thomas Cole, of Braid wood. Thorb :woro two other similar charges agailtst the prisoneor, upon which he was not ar raigned. Sentence deferred. ARAlIttosNNTs.. William Davis was charged with feloniously com witting a raipo up...

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

]?n n. c-Ourormmn 21. In the Legislative Assembly, In reply to Mr. Shoepherd, Mr. Wilson stated that structions had boeeon issued to report whether free flectors are in actual occupation, and that various D ports had been sent' in of neglect to occupy, nine which are in the distriet of Goulburn ; 'and that e land so forfeited would be offered for sale by Iaetion. Tho consideration of the charge preferred by Mr. gold against the Hlonorablo the Secretary for ? blio Works (nIr. Holroyd) was then entered upon. J Upon the motion of M[r. Arnold, Mr. Andrew onohan was called to the bar, and was examined by lao hen. member at great lengthl. ,Mr. Lonehan's evidence was in substance that Dr. lamilton had early in the present year spoken to m,.relativo to his getting into the commission of ai 'peace. Some time after this itbecamoe necessary Stake tup a bill of Mr. Holroyd's, bearing the.wit ras's endorsement. The witness went to Dr. IHamil n and negotiated with him a loan for Mr. llolroyd S£20...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

PA.LIAAE1.EANTAl Y. TnllUnsln.?v-OcTronrsn 20. Is the Legislative Assemblly, Minitors stanted, in reply to questions, thnt the expense of a trial survey from the Ilathurst line to 3iuodgeo would be defrayed out of a sum of £l10,000 to be placed on the estimates for trial surveys; and that it was not the intention of the government to introduce a bill to secure an independent audit of the public ncrounts. MAr. Bluchannn moved that the meat for the Clarence, occupied b1y Mr. Clark Irving, be declared vacant on account of Mr. Irving's absenco during a whole session of parliamont. DMr. Forster pointed out that no Mr. Irving was elected after last session had commenced, it could not be held that he had boon absoent "a whole session." The motion was withdrawn. Air. Wilson resumen d the debate on the motion of want of confidence, and designated the speech of ir. Robertson as a mass of egotistical bombast, and combatted the chargos brought ,gainst him by MIr. ]obertson, one of which was tha...

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LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

LOWER MIURRITMIBIDGEE. (Frome our correspondcnt.) Sunenual is beginning to make some indications of its approach, though it has been very tardy in doing so. Last Saturday was a day of heavy and incessant rain; Sunday was showery; both days unusually cold. Monday introduced a favourablo change, and there seems to be at present a prospect of more seasonabhl weather. In spite of difficulties and drawbacks, shearing may be said to he over, or will bo by the time this roaches you. The clip, I hear, is for the most part a satisfactory one. There has boon no want of labour at this busy season. Shear ing is a safo and profitable employment; any man can earn his 16s. or 16s. a-day, and some will do more. Thoro is a sort of excitement too, about the work, which many men like; and it is looked for ward to by some as a very pleasant part of the year's labour. I have boon glad to notico a con sidorablo improvement in the character of our shoearrs In the last few years. The men who, after the wor...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

TO CODtRtSP'OX1IRYTS. Attention to the followting rutler ,tilt preent diappoint nnt;:-T- a do not undertoae to atere tettro which ott taaanaeompanied by on oonrroanc thatcopiest haetanott bee enat to other papears--ro etnotto retrnt rejected cota. tttoientttttttt.-tirttoaeilltingt tottat oordinatrycar reetiroao, tre nalttt o,nll tetterotatteta rrqaat rwreartting to fit theaafonrp tromaeloaa.-ttrh immtdrlatttetttatateliitt ma ht deiread, coataaaeottoaue oight to reach ut byttnooa ont the .Mondaya nda "tad h ays precttinag tablcattton.-tt'e m a ineerpes ea s aae bfurnthed titha the twrlter'o tnamae oandt address-not for paubliecattona,ta b ot a guaaranateeof poedtfaa at.

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

USSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL IIOTEL, 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. M ESSRS. DURHIAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepslins, 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 G. H. SMITH, 7E.ACTECAL -ATTE ,, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS 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, WVHOLESALB AriD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,) IMPORTER o...

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

BIRTIH Ar Brorribindinah, on the 15th October, E oxa-,,r., tho ivifo of STrrneN ,V uTm, Esq., o Oflaen and heir. 'WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 20, 18641.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. In order to save postages we intend to adopt a plan which is already pursued by several other papers and acknowledge the receipt of remittances in this column instead of by letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

TO SU1SC flRIlBES. In order to tse p1osta25n e intend In ndopt anpvn width is nlready pursued by severanl other panpe rnn,! ncknonrttdge the receipt ofremnttnanes in this colum,.n inslted oJ bj letter. CALENDAR.. I)a ttaynt tiheek. One eSun r 8un tni %l i 1sn8AY .......... Oct. 211 10 a 17 2 TURSAY-.AY ...... 27 0 i 6 18 29 FRItttAY ..... . . 28 16 8 hlt 27

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TUESDAY—OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 October 1864

TUESDAY - OCTOBER 25. The court opened at nine o'clock. Barristers present : Messrs. Windeyer, crown prosecutor, Isaacs, and Sheppard ; attorney, Mr. Gannon. MURDER NEAR WAGGA WAGGA. Henry Harris was charged with committing wilful murder on the lst December, 1863, at the Woolshed, Wagga Wagga, by stabbing one-Bon field in the breast with a pair of shears. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. It will be within the recollection of our readers that this prisoner was arraigned on the 26th April last on the above charge, when a jury was impanel- led to try whether he was insane or not, or mentally capable of taking his trial. The jury having re- turned a verdict of insane and not capable, the prisoner was remanded, the witnesses for the prosecution being bound over to appear when called upon. ASSAULT AT TUMBERUMBA. John Edson was indicted for unlawfully assault- ing one James Goldspink, at Tumberumba, on the 30th July, last. Prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr. Isaacs, instr...

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THE GOULBURN HERALD [ESTABLISHED 1848] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD [EseotLesnea 1184] Is tho oldest established journtl in the southern distriehs of Moo South Waleo, and siroe 1610 its increased circulatlon hea rendered it erpedient to prtnt it hy slcam. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LESrtnLeslrO 1555] Itaving attaolod a ciroulation nearly equal to that of the tIoraid, wos htorporptrtd with thot paper on 31t Stare, 181• Or SUooSCnltoig right shittlngs antd sixpence per quarter; postage, fe. 3d.; or one othilliag tess if paid in odoneurt'thrtl| previous to tihe coommaencemen t of tie quortor. The subsearh lton, for twrolvo monthat, if pidh in udtouce, It 3Me., postage au eluded. Subscrbert are carged olay from the time ojentet' tog ttheir naaoe. Orders to discontinue tthe paper must be accompanied bS poan'oat ih full up to the oud of itse curraat quarter, or they etU llot bo attended to. TIhe regular qtuarters end on the 31st tiarch, 30th June, 30tit Septembhr, and 31st Uecember. OF AeroTIleoto: - Adrertisemenos are chrtged for at the f...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

OSWALD CRAY. SY Mi?. tIENSRY WooD, AUTHOR OF EAST LYNNE. COIIAPThtR XV. 'I'TIu bed-chaniber' of Sara Davenal wase over the doctor's study, on the opposite side of the corridor to the drawing-room. It was not aInrge, but longer than it was wide, and the bed was placed at the far end of tlhe room--the back. The cliamber hehind it was occupied by Miss Davenal. The room opposite Miss Davenal's and behind the drawing-room had been the bed-chamber of' Dr. Davenal in his wife's lifetim'e; siice her death it had been kept as a spare room fbr chance visitors. Sara did not begin to undress immediately upon entering the rootn. She put out the liglit, and eat down at the open window to in dtlge it a little quiet tltought : it was rathtert a habit of hers to do so when the night was fine and she came up early. Shite liked to sit there, end think of many things, and glance tp at the.clear sky in thie hright mtoonlight. With all her psractical good sense-and ehte had her full portion of it-she was...

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AUSTRALIAN FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

,AusTosLAnAn Fnuuoa-o.-It is a moot ques lion, and.probably always. moro.or loss will continue so, to what extont we can in the Australias adapt our agricultural system to thoso of the fatlherlahid, from v which at least theo great majority 'of tlio. colonists are sprung. Up to thlepresont time we have certainly in this matter beoon groping in the dark. Our cultivation lhas booeen one of instinct and mmomry only. 3Because wheat, oats, barley, and turnips woro grown in the fields .which our fathldrs ploughed, and wholro we ourselves first saw the light, we hlave a natural tendency to grow the same cereals and root crops in a considerably different climate. As wheat was tihe principal crop of two-tliirds:of England and the carso lands Scotland, and had becomne the exclusive food of at least thle Anglo-Saxon portion of the settlors, who havo long ago turned up theloir noses at the pease, oat, and barley meal upon which their refaathers fouglt and conquiered at"Oressy and Bannockburnt ,...

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TRADE MARKS.—DR. JOHN COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

TRAD?E MARKS.--DR. JOHN COLLIS BROWVNE'S COLORODYNE. VICE-COrhCELLOR'S COUnT, JuLY 12. BrcFORE Vice-Chanc1e0l Biro.S P. Wood. a: nowN v. Ensmumr This case, which crame befoie the court upon the motion for an injrunction in January last, and was reported in the Times of January 12, 1864, nos canme on.for hearing. The object of ?hd'e suit 'is to restrain the de fehdant ftcor. selling anymedici,'ne; notbeing chllorodyne ofthe' plaintifl's manufacture, under the namo of " Tl' Orgnal Ohlhooro d~yne,". or so as to represent thb. c?tcice to he chlorodyno manufacturpd b- the plc.intiff. The case made by the bill was that the plaintiff, Dr. John Co]is Browne, while serving as an assistant-sirgeoun with' tlhe Queen's army in India, invented, about 1846, an entirely new medicine, which, an he stated, was used with great success in cases of fever, dysentery, cheo!ora, and other diseases prevalent :in an Asiato c.irnmat6. The term chllorodyne, which was ainvehted by the plaintiff (as he stated),...

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FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

c ,FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN FRANoCE. ON the 9th July last, Jacques Latour, a blaker, and Franeois Audony, nick-named Hercules, were accused of assassination and robbery, and committed for trial.l The act of accusation gives the following accountof the orimewit~h which these mon are charged i --'In the valley of Arize, and close to the' village Labastido-Besplas, lies the ch-dteau of Baillard, a straggling building. In this ohtttoau lived an old bachelor, a M. Bugaid de Lasalleo; and three servan s, Jean Laca nal, the.coachman, Pelagie Bychoire, the maid,;and Raymondo Borgo, the cook.. lIE. de Lasalle had a considerable fortune, wvhich he very much neglected-in fact, he' wae.:a miser, and preferred hoarding up his money even to investing it in government 'sisoies. Public roeport greatly exaggerated is wealth. Se leit home but iarely,' and had always guns and swords at hand.' ,On the 25th February last, .a valet remarked that? the shutters of the chftteau were closed at an unusually late ho...

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DR. HOOK ON BAD COPY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

De. Hoox ox B.tn Co-i.-The chairman of the Slaugham harvest-home dinner, a short time since, said the Dean had preached a magnificent sormon to them, and he (the chairman) wan very sorry he was not now present; but he was ompelled to leave a short timo ago in order to catch an early train. Before the Dean went he asked him whether, if they wished it, he wu1d ,ri.nt the seor'ou. The ceswer the Dean msade \7sa that he should not ay "no," but should leave it to thlom, munn wmech he (the chair man) at once said " yes." ~o told the Dean he thought lthey could sell a hundred, aud. lie believed they wold minnt it. With respect to the copy of tihe soermon, he offered to the Deian to got it written out plain for the printers. The Dean made answer, and said that would never do; hle would write it out badly himself. Upon his aslking the Dean why, he explained that if the copy was plain it would be put into the hands of tihe worstf compositors, whereas if it was written, badly the best hands wo...

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THE YELVERTON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

THE TELVERPTON CASE. (.,'o,n the Hromes News.) On July 28 the judgment of the Hse, of ,ords in this case was delivered. The faci cave been so often reported, that they must co familiar to our roeadors. It may suufsi :herefore, to say that tIhe respondent is eario Theresa Yelvorton, formerly Long. vorth, and she claims to be the lawful wife of Major William Charles Yelverton, a son of Lord Avonmoro, and now heir pressmp. tive to that title, formerly of the Royal Artillory, by virtue of a ceremony and form of promise of marriageo gone through be tween the parties in Edlinburgh, and which the respondent contends is a good marriage according to the law of Scotland, and alsoin virtuo of a ceremony of marriage gone through between them according to the rites of the :Roman Catholic Ohurch, at Rostrevor, in Ireland. After the marriage the appellanit and respondent cohabited together for some time as man and wife, but in about a year after the alleged marriage the appellant married another l...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

PA.L.J.iENA" 'Y. TownAy-OCiOOA 25. F: tho Logislativo Assembly, After some questions hod coon nosel o! ministers, some of which they answered, and. some they doclined to a-eoor, until the debato on the motion cf wont of ,cn?~?_.sco should be fnished, Mr. M?rtiz eeid: lr. Spanlker, I have, this aftor noon, received frcm ths hen. member for Parra :nnttc (Mr. .olroyd) o !ltter, which I wi!! now .-o.n.n. :--k O)epazteent o? P'oblic Work., Octobeor 25t1, !5". s.y derr Sfr. Attorocyyn-Seonl,-The Ipoblbe dltclosuor- ohc h1n0 recently talleu pl?e to r~ferono to 50 pr0ivtate toanoea Usl1 hs? so ojourlouosly ffcfted my positlon hbut I fool Iosn nfl loner oetinue to old oslee erith t raslfactton to myself or ad vnotege to ttoe pubtis. Shael thtereoe, to rrqer tert yo wtrell onuoy to Ie Telleny tIoe overnor the tende.r of the rescgation of my offlee. O ne ehaly omsy thollat In I takng this stop I am not In tny atoeintormingtheHoutsettoan thetcoutry ht osoot toos chy Inlutened hby the spelno cad...

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THE DISEASES OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

THE DISEASES OF CATTLE. (From, tie Austrastsiasn.) FOILRTUNATELY, this is not a subject of such immediate importance with us as it was a y'ear or two since, for one of the worst diseases to which cattle are exposed, pleuro pneumonia, is fast losing its virulent charac ter here. Whether to resume it again or not, as it has done in other countries, after longer oi' shorter periods, we have yet to learn. However, there is still more than enough of contagion remaining; aud low conditioned working bullocks, and half starved dairy cows, supply ready victims to perpetuato this, even though the more ro bust health and greater vigour of the majority of station cattle have enabled them to throw off the malady to a great extent; and the number .of diseased cattle now slaughtered is, therefore, comparatively small. So far there is cause for satisfaction; but this disease is still raging in those portions of Australia to which it has been lately intro duced, and the tendency in cattle bred ac co...

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WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

WaEDNEeDaAY-Ocoen 26. In the Legislative Council, Thomas Icely, Esq., and Sir W"illiam MIacarthur, took the oaths, signed the roll. and took their seats as now members. Several documents wvere ir&i1 on the table by MZr. ?lunkett. Mr. Hargravo gave notice of his intention to move for leave to introduce a bil: to consolidate and amend the criminal law. The Leases and Sale. of Settled Eastats Facilita tion Bill was read a first time and the second reading made an order of the day for Wednesday next. The second reading of the Equity Procedure Amendment Bill was adjourned for one month. Tho HIouse then adjourned till Wyednesday next. In the Legislative Assembly, In answer to Mr . D. Buchanan, Mr. Forster stated that the government is not aware that Mr. Roso, the eolice-magistrate at Gundagai, was residing on a free selection six miles from town. A petition was presented'from Tumut against the double ocean postago. Mr. J. N. Ryan drew attention to the conduct of the Penrith bench,...

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SOCIAL AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND. (Written expressly for the Sydney Morning Herald.) KETTERING, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

CoI0AL AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND. (WIVrittlen eayrsly for thie Sydney Atorning ierald.) ' ETrTer.xo, August 25. Wiur.a the Australian mail is bringing us the tidings of disastrous floods in New South "Walos, we are suffering from the effects of one-of the longest droughts with which we have been visited during the present century. Very little rain Ihas fallen for several weeks past, and the scarcity of water has lboon most seovorely felt in the midland districts. For tunatoly, the weathor bas not boon excess ively hot, and to this circumstanc nmy be attributed the preservation of our corn and other cereal crops, the harvest being, so far as I am enabled to judge, a most oexcellent and abundant one. . Far less satisfactory are the prospects of the owners of live stock. The grass-lands in many districts are cons plotoly dried ip, and every description of green food has become extromely scarce, while the oxcossive domand for haly has occasioned that article to riso greatly in pric. The suppli...

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