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BRAIDWOOD. THURSDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (From a coresiondent.) TsUIosnDAy evening. Dcnmo the last fortnight little or nothing of conse quence has transpired to need comment The mail from here robbed on the 20th, contained the bulk of the homeward letters, with many remittances from miners resident in this district, to enable their friends at home to add to the creature comforts for the Christmas season, which would be close at hand upon tho arrival of the mail-ship in England. In referring to this fact, the importance of establishing money-order offices on the more populous diggings is clearly apparent. The ralueon and Little River diggings, as indeed MIajore Creek, of necessity ought to have money-order offices. The expense attached to their introduction would be amply met by the returns; and the almost useless system ofregistration would be dispensed with, and while a great convenience would be placed within the reach of a very large portion of the community, a check upon mail robberies would to a certain ox ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

..- -THOMAS DAWSON, Stock,'Station, and Produce Agent, TS pre?ared to receie, for Sale by Public Auction, j. ILive Stock and Colonial I'roduce. as Prompt remittances guaranteed. Sale Days: THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, AT THE DEPOT, Opposite the Railway Station. SYDNEY. Oflces--Opposite the Commercial Bank, Sydney. All consignments removed on arrival to the Depot free of charge. 6e0 BRISTOL'S SUGAR-COATED PILLS, ANOTHER MEDICAL TRIUMPH. "lONDERFUL cure of rheumatism. No disease S is more agonizing than rheumatism; none mere dificult to relieve: yet a case which, for thirty years, had baffled the faculty, has, it appears, been completely cured. The particulars are given, with expressions of astonishment at the result, in mani of the westernjournals. They state that John Rocho of Cleveland, 5 hio, aged fifty-six years, had, for the greater part of Ihis life, endured torments of the most terrible description. IIis limbs bad been 'rncked and contortedt by pain and muscular con tractions, until...

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DISEASES OF SHEEP AND CATTLE. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

DISEASES OF SHEEP AND CATTLE. To the E'.Ocr' of the Herald and Chronicle. Sll,-Be so good as to permit me through your columns to draw t'-e sttention of the public, ani smore particularly th: r.'storal community, to the subject of scab in ahe..p-?. complaint which, while very closely resembling oszaieo or itch in the human being, is readily curable by hse solf-same remedy as that of the latter nisease-nc- ely, sulphur, usa? either as an ointment, or, what would ho in£nitely preferable in aevry respect, as a wash o" ,".-:.. Sulphur possesses the following recommendations;: It is infallbls in its rorativea effects, while its use is utterly free from all injurious consequences either on the sheep to which it i applied or tho men who apply it. Again, it is resdily applied, prticrlr.rly as a bath. The d.'sease when cured by sulphur i0 certainly not more lin.ble to relapse thr.n when ou'd by any other means, and most probably infinitely less so. Finally, it is perhaps very much less e pen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

Wanted, MEN eoustomed to ROAD-WORK. Apply at the Camp, Horton's Inn, Run of Water. 1824 Wanted, S OBER and weoll-conducted man as TEACHER L. for the Spring Valley Public School. He will require good recommendationa. GEORGE SYKES, t916 Spring Valley. Wanted, A F EW SHEARERS, and one BULLOCK A: DRIVEI. J, MARSDEN. October 27t1h, 1864. 1907 .. .. Wanted, A STRONG ACTIVE LAD, to make himsel! generally useful. JOIIN FULLJAMES, 1890 Rivertdalo. Twenty Pounds Reward. S TOLEN or strayed, on the night of 29th Sep tember, from IRose's Lagoon, J A HEAVY DIAUGIIT IMARE, branded S on near shoulder, colour blue roan. £2 will be paid for recovery of maroe and £20 on conviction of thief or thieves. JOSEPII T. A. STYLES, Gunderoo. 8th October, 1864; 1808 Ten Pounds tReward TOLEN OR STRAYED from GUNDARY One BROWN yEARLING FILLY, branded D near shoulder If strayed One Pound will ho paid for her recovery; if stolen Ten Pounds ill be given for information that will convict the thief; oand any one giving...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, October 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

NEW ZEALAND. (Froms the cor,rseypondent of the M.. .erald.) AUelu.iAD, October 5th. TnE progress of events is much less rapid than might naturally have boon expected from thile tenor of my last letter by the mail steamer on the let. The resignation of the rWhitakor ministry, representing the colonial feeooling and policy on the war, which took place on Friday afternoon, has not yet booeen followed by any sign from his Excellonoy. The fact seems to be that the Governor would gladly got a now ministry, and so delay the meeting of the Assembly, but finds it by no means easy to do so. There ire about half a dozen members of the Assembly who would join with Sir George in his views, but even these men rather shrink from the position they must occupy in the Assembly when it meets, as it must atlatest in March, 1865. As usual, therefore, the Governor adopts the waiting policy, trusting to his good luck, which has soldom failed him hitherto, for somne means of escapo from the difficulty to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

USTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, Yorkstreet, 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. MtESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared UJ to receive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by nuction 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 RA T S. G. H. SMITIH, PB.ACTIVAL 2iATTER,, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS manufacturing everyc description of MATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced prices--wholesale and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 14103 J. B. HOLDSWORTH, WIIOLESCALE AID RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, lMarket-street, Sydney...

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MOVEMENTS OF THOMPSON—SURRENDER OF HIS TWO SONS. TE AWAMUTU, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

MOVEMENTS OF TOOMPSON-SURIRENDERI OF HISs TWO BONS?. (Fiom sl, I Terald's Corrceposdent.) TE Awurwrr, September 26. In a previous communication I mentioned the fact of William Thompson having been visited at Matamata by Mr. Mackay, a gen tleman of the native office, and I also briefly noticed the result of the interview then obtained. It appears now, however, that, instead of his thinking over what was then anid to him, he is acting on the advice given himi on that occasion. I have received information from a relia ble sourco to the offect that Thompson has loft Matamata for tihe purpose of making a tour among the disaffected tribes; his avowed object obeing to induce them to come to terms. He loft Mlatamata last Friday welek (16th instant), with the in tention of procoeding as far as Poneke; after remaining at that settlement for a short time, hie will pursue his journoy to Taranaki and Wanganui; and after holdingrunangas at the various settlements in those districts, will return t...

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THREATENED REWEWAL OF HOBTILITIES AT TAURANGA. CAMP TE PAPA, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

THREATENED .ENflWAL 01 dOTILITIES AT TAW5't0NA. (.Froms the iuthrn Oross's corr'sposd,:l.) CA?P TI PA?pA, October 6. WrVa and rumours of war have been as prevalent here for tihe lost few days as thoy were six months ago. I have made diligent inquiries touching the truth of these stories, but it seems to be altogether enveloped in mystery. Still there is truth in the threats issued by the Waikatos, and also by that sRavage chief Tarala, of Thameso celebrity, that tihe lives of our surveyors are in danger. It is to be regretted that government are proposing to withdraw a portion of the force stationed in the district. If such be tlhe case, lives end property will become greatly endangered, and our troubles, which were considered to be over, will have to be begun again, not with a noble, upright foe, such as the Ngaiterangis were, but against Roewi, the ultra-rebellious Waikato chief, and Tarala, the chief of the Thames, who was of the last tribe that engaged in brutal savage conflict ...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

GOULbORN WIIOLE?BA~L PRIOEB GOIRRBINT. Wheat, 108. ~t bushel. Flour, fine, 428 £ r ton; aeeoode. £27 Pollardl, ls . d. o bushel; or Is. by the b ealfton. Bran, 1s. 4d. ?t bushel; or 1s. by the habt ton. enrd, trd. , 2-O. lo at. o Moaiees, s. d. to 4es. (. per beusbl.s larlelo, Moigtsih, is. Od. to 4e. t bushel, ascrce; Cpe, 2s. hd., no donemnd. Oatt,"2.td. to 38. Gd. ? buhlle". Ptr, i3 108. Go £4 i £8s. 10 ton. rutter, Iresh, Otga. t lb.; salt, Gd, to Ktd. Cheese, 4d. lto. Raon,,. 4dd. to 5d. B lb.' ' Etga, td. to Gd. it doten. Poulrcote, 3ie to id. d.' rteel tOhlos,, 18t. W' oet:. Patl C{atle, prhne, £5;'"medham, L3i is. to £4. Shee,, i4s. to 18I. ' bend. " PIg, itd. to 4d. ' Ib. Bef (rutall), id. to 4d. p lb. ' ? Otoottoo t(etlail), Id. 'p lb. " Tollowr, beer, Lt tLo:£27 ' ton; mutton, i28. tide., 6. to Oe. ehob. Stoepehlol. Od.; wasbedt 7t. 'plb. "arrlegs 'p ton--tydnoy to (loulburn, £4 10e, to LI; Coul Ibeen to SydnoCy, L3 to Li its.; ioulburn to Lnmbling PFlut, L; Goulburn to A...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

COillE AJliJ lA L... GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. 1VnEAT AND FLoun.-At Conolly's 2Iill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, 1o. 8d. per bushel; bran,,£i per ton, is. per bushel. WVheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emaiuel's Mill :-Fine. flour, .£28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton0,18. per 100 lb. extra. WVheat, best samples, 10s. per buaol. Bran, £. per ton wholesale, Is. per bnushel retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. Avnucosomncs ' lrEoloRTs.-\L8essrs. P. Dignam and Co. report:--Fat cattle are much wanted,.every butcher in town being open for a pen or two. Only ten head have been sold in town this weok, and realized up to £6 12s. Gd. Another lot was offered and withdrawn, their condition not warranting the reserve set upon them. Tihe first lot of markotable cattle to arrive will sell well, say from £4 to £6; and ini all probability prices here will remain fi...

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FRIDAY—OCTOBER 28. ATTEMPT TO MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

F?RlDry-OcronEa 28. AWTEMPT TO MUIDEn. John M?e Cormack, previously arraigned, was then put on his trial for attempting to murder one Tin Chow, a Chinaman, at Demondrillo Crook, on the ist October instant. A second count charged prisoner with wounding with intent to do some grievous bodily harm. Prisoner was defended by Mr. Isaces; attorniy, Mr. oWalsh. Andrew Sutherland deposed: I am a mounted constahblo; I srrostod prisoner at Roberta's station on the evening of the 2nd October; he was not in the houseo; he was on horsoback; MIr. Barnes, a storokeeper at Murrumburrah, was with him; I saw him in the morning at Kennedy's, in MIurrum burrah; prisoner was in hobed; I examined about hisl fhce and head; he looked as if he had boon partico larly washed; his hair was wet; he said, " rbhat, has there been any more blank-faced robberioe;" young Kennedy was in the room, holding a light; neither were dressed; afterwards, on the same day, I arrested prisoner; I know where the Chinamen were sta...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

TilI e sDAY-OrO0iERn 27. The jury in James Bromley's case, tried the pro vious day, having been locked up all night, and not being able to agree to a verdict, wore discharged this morning. A fresh jury having boon impanelled, after seven challenges by the prisoner, he was again placed upon his trial. Prisoner was, as before, defended by MIr. Isaacs; attorney, Mr. Wlsh. No new feaoture was imported into tbohe case, nor did the witnesses materially differ from their ovi dence as given yesterday. T'le jury retired, and after an absence of half-an hour returned a verdict of guilty. Soentence de ferrod. 0UR0UER N.CILn WAOOA WAGGA. IIHenry oIarris, who on Tuesday last had been ar raigned and pleaded not guilty, was then put on his trial for the wilful murder of Sotephen Bonfield, by otabbing him with a pair of shears, at Gobbagombo lin, on the 1st Decembor, 1863. The prisoner was defended by Mr. Norton; attor. noy MIr. Wallsh. Mr. WVindoyar stated tile focts of the case, which were rory b...

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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

BANK OF NEW SOUTII WALES. T'ur half-yoarly general mooting of the shareholders of this Bank was hold on Wodncesiay, at noon, lion. G-. Allen, Esq., M.L.C., in the chair. Thie secretary road the following report and belanco sheet: The directors have the pleasure to present to the proprietors the following abstracts of the Bank's liabilities and anossets, and of the profit and loss account for tile half-yoar ended on the 30th ultimo: 2'he not proits for that period, arter deducting rebate on crrent tllm, ainterest oan deposits, iroiding oar bad oand d roubtful debts, and re duing vmlnation of bank premics andnt ofice tOurnittare, amount to ... . £74,17 10 troenyrrios from debts preiousley writien oil bad or doubtul .. ... 2,100 a 11 Undiided hlnnc from Inst halyear ...... 3,80 0 1 :8 itinga for listrbutlon . £....080,170 10 WVhich the directors appropriate as follows : To payment of dividend at the rateof 10 pr cent. per annum 0 ob stook rurstx months ... £025 0 0 On nea ditto, paid h...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. TTusn.nun afternoon. Tnr evoideneo in Holroyd's case has boon published and presents a marked contradiction in muany points to the condensed reports in the daily papers, par tiotlarly in Hamilton's evidence; but as the ease is not yet finished I refrain from further comment un til after the Ilouso shall havero decidod the question. Itis currently reported that three members of the oxecutive are in ftvor of giving the works' depart moeat to Dalgleis, and that the only reason he has not accepted it is, that his vote would be lost on the question now before the House. VWell, I can only say, that if Dalgloish does become a member of the mnnistry he will be a fit associato for sucho incapables as his colleagues; but such a man being placed ati the hread of a government department will be a libel on the communnity at:lurgo. As soon as HIol rovd's case is decided it is understood he will.resign his seit for P?arramnatta, unless, indoed, that his vote will save tohe miinistr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

BIRTH. AbT Talagundra, on the 27th of October, MIrs. J. T. A. S&TryE, Of a On. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1864.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

'TO CO10RESp'ONDRNT&, -Ordug toprasr of maor va mo ro obilgcd to tceat ova,. one or Iov communfvotionv, 05 ucOll 0*0 obnlrido our Syd.og TO SIUBSG~nRISo.g It ordor ao aavo 3oatopoa tcrt itoytr to otdopt a Otto n~te? Ia otrcadylpurauedi Op oeoerat ot/tor gpo~rt antl ocknlonvlOeya aba receipt oj rc,ntttanco inl tkts cot Onn rlas,.,, 00 by IttttrttAOcO Oecttvtn from .Me. G. (atotln, Ttorttn, ttst Imives ofl3

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. WEDNESDAY—26TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

*LOCAL AJND PIROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. W?oEDNESD.Y-26TII OCTOtEn, BEFOnE 'his Honor Mr. Justice Wise. His Honor took-his seat on the bench at 8 a.m., when it appeared that the jury who were loked up on the previous night in the case of John Edson, charged with an assult at Tumberumba, had not agreed, nor were likely to do so. His Honor dis charged them, and intimated that ho did not Imow whether the prisoner would again be tried this session; if not he would allow him bail at the end of the assizes. It is reported that nine or ten of the jurors were for a conviction, and the residue for an acquittal. At half-past nine the court was opened. The professional gntlemsn present wore: Barristers - Messrs. Windeyer, Isaacs, and Sheppard; attorneys--the Crown Solicitor, Mr. Wals and Mr. Gannon. RAPE AT YOUSN. William Davis and John Carter, who were arraigned on Mionday last, and pleaded not guilty, were then placed at the bar. Prisoners were defended by Mr. Isaacs; attorney, Mr. Walsh, ...

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AGENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

AGENTS Tor. (ollnl oing gct3 tar .utoloroied to receive ,uocbrlbera' nlm n~ltaver l ~no. ), ordc for JobJprhlhlgpi t n tho dlt1slten? Iotoed Ionono C onl tIheir reospectie nomes, and toIer reOed]t oill be . ouflOcIu t doseharge for oll payenets nd. to Imod..w bnALLUES..N".. f 30r. P. D?aora and[ Mlr. AIIALUE . .. Jo,rlmold Cotton ]IlNDA . Edwarol Morrll 1O01 IIALrA .. JiorM Mogorth I INALOO ...... ... Il M Murphy lbtA\D0,1OO ...... Clnrlne ilrrlion 1UintB11NIdOB ..... . JLIAn Ford IUIOA ... . .. John lIurley CUOIAOAI. ... . chIrltJ 11tl hr sUItri (} 00st .. N WhlliamAn {!UNh''O .. .. WlliaHrn ludd OUN'NIM1 F, A.... oJhrurspttW O:'?Io. .. (Mr. F. AtUar, 11 ?.CtIO"fd LONO)ON ,.. ... . lane, LotaOO7Jtlt, ... { Mr. 0I. SwisSP 50' Lsf~l'll 1)111, lOU1NIP, ., f. Mlunrs. Gordon SIIa 00 1U0, C.llln*.,lru|l yI NIll'1)YIII+b ,, . ,Mr. J)aiod ,12). | |I'0O .. ... 'fh4)lldil ]Jlrhf In QU1.ANIlIYASI ,.,, Illord jfrleg¢n 0U'*'IoIN V01;l....,.. J',,,,,roA ? .....u.... ;,I.NIY ,,,,,,,,, 4. . ,i'll....

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 29 October 1864

i'LEJiGRAPHIC INTELLIGEN(CE [saROM O cn aeBrosNDENTee.] SYDNEY, Friday evening. LAsT night a motion was carried in the Assembly that the charge against Mr. IIolroyd was not sus tained. Mr. Arnold, who was then ill, has to-day offered to produce documents proving the correct ness of the charge. Dr. Hamilton has been removed from the com mission of the peace. The debate on the vote of want of confidence is likely to finiih on Tuesday. The Assembly have declined appointing the chuirman of committees, or to proceed with any other business, till the debate shall be finished. The Northern mail was robbed to-day. BRAIDWOOD, Friday night." A IAN named James Clarke has been apprehended for horse-stealing, and remanded till Thursday.

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THE NORTHERN REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864

TIIE NOITIIE'RN IIEETS. A doeputation, consisting of Dr. Cruick tank the Rev. Robert Me hcinneoy, Imd [r. Matthew, waited upon the attorney ieneral on the afternoon of the 8th instant, )ith a petition from a number of settlers M natakana, praying for protection from tile aticipated outrages by the escaped rebel i[aori prisoners. It was pointed out by the puptation that the present was a very critical riod, and that in their now unguarded state serious offences against the law and or of the community might be committed th impunity unless the protection asked r was afforded. Allusion was made to an orted outrage at Mr. Sankey's home stoad at M]atakana; the occurreneo nas dos cribod being as follows:-That ?Mr. Sankey and his wvifo came to the door, some of the robols presented a pistol at them, and said that if they came out they would shoot theom, and that while they kept guard others of the reobols went to an outhouse and helped them sclves to somo potatoes or provisions of some kind...

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