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NEW ZEALAND.—THREE DAYS' LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
I EW Z'EALAhND.-THREE DAYS' LAITER FROM. THE SEAT OF WAR. Sway of Newcastle, we havo Auckland aliers to the 11th instant. The ])aily Southern Cross of tlhat dato says:-For tlhe present, we understand, mhere will be no active operations under aken either in Taranaki or Waanigannui. lis Excellency the Governor thinks it in riso to resume hostilities until a responsible iovernment has boon appointed. lie fears Stake the responsibility of action upon imself; andl so the inactivity of tlhe past ,rto months will be prolonged indofinitoly. The samen paper mentions tlhat Sir Georgo roy ihas at leongth made up his mind. ifter mature deliberation, and communi ting with various parties, heo has beon reed to acknowledge that he cannot fornm a sponsible ministry which would command le respect, much loss the confidence, of the eonoral Assembly. His Excelloecy tried ard to escapo that confession; but it was ;torted from him. Miinistors, having ten * red their resignation for above a week, sd in th...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
GOMAERdAbL. GOULIUREN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WHAT xAND FLOUR.e-At Conollv's ill :--Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, is. per 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, is. 3d. per bushel; bran, £1 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, o10s. per bushel. At Emanucl's Mlill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samplces, 10s. per.buhel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 16s. per ton wholesale, is. 8d. per bushel retail. SYDNEY, MIonday 4 p.m. Tho marlkets are very quiet. The IMargaret Davis from Valparaiso, arrived on Saturday night, with 407 tons of wheat, and 15 tons of flour. This is one of the two vessels we mentioned a fortnight ago, both of whichl have now arrived. The MIargaret Davisis said to be ordered on to MIelbourno. The Samber and Westward Io bring 3520 barrels of flour; but judging fronm oevery previous shipment, it will prove dnamaged, and will not affect ...
WESLEYAN JUBILEE. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
WESLEYAN JUBILEE. To the Editor lqf the IIcrald and Chroletel. Smn,-I understand that in order to make the public services thereto as popular as possibleo, amongst other kind considerations, many of the etores snd shops in Goulburn will close on Tuesday, the 15th instant, on the occasion of the jubileo breakfast and subsequently the same day the jubileo tea-meeting, as already advertised. This intimation made public may warrant many employes in securing forthwith tilekets for the breakfast, which, if withheld, may limit the disbursement of tickets to the tea-meeting only. Yours truly, HOLIDAY. November I, 1861.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
Wanted, A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN an NURSEMAID. Apply Mns. JONES, 1936 Royal IIotel. Wanted, A SOBER and well-conducted man as TEACHER T for the Spring Valley Public School. Ieo will requiro good recommendations. GEORGE SYKES, 1916 Spring Valley. Wanted, A FEW ISHEARERS, and one BULLOCK I DRIVER. J. MARSDEN. October 27th, 1864. 1907 Wanted, A STRONG ACTIVE LAD, to make himsell generally usefol. JOHN FULLJAMES, 1890 Riversdalo. Two Pounds Reward. TIIEItIEREAS my wife having left her home with S out any cause, I offer the above reward for Iheor apprehension. Maiden name, IMargaret Hayens; or better known as IMargaret Simpkins. WILLIAM GOULD, 1929 Lansdowne. Ten Pounds Reward. S TOLEN OR STRAYED from GUNDARY PLAINS, One BROWN YEARLING FILLY, branded D near shoulder. If strayed One P'ound will be paid for her recovery; if stolen, Ten P'ounds will be given for information that will convict the thief; and any one giviog such informalio,, personally or by letter, as will lead to hier recov...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
GOUItURtN WIIOLOESAE PIRIt E8 CURIENT. 04car, 10s. ' bushel, Flor, tluoe, £LS U' too ootodo. £2.. polttard, to. Ut. ' bushel ; or ts, toy the hlftt ton. .Broo, 1,. 4d. U buthUlt; or to. by the tat ton. Brtaoo, 7d. U 2-ib, toot. Maizer, s. Ud. to It. O. tper bushel. Darlt , Eogliadh, 3t. Od, to 40. 88 buthel, Otarce; Coape, 2n. 0, dlo oenoud. Oats, 2?. td. to 3t. 6t. ' Ituthel. ty, £3 tos. to£4 mO. u m ton. 1 t ' Butter, trosi, Ut. U tlbU2. t t , o; t tot, : Chcose, td. gib. Baooo, 4J ot. to U4.U 70. Egg:, Ut. to Od. U' dotoeo. Pototaoo. 3s, to 3s. Cd, U' rot. outoos, 18s. U'r crt. Foot tCttl , prime, LU; mediuntom l£Ios. to £4. Sheet, 14s. to 1s. t btetd. Pipg, td. to 4d. U tb. lon (retolt), tot. to 4d. U' t. M.itttoo (rotlt), d. tb.t. Tallotr, beef, £20 to £"27 U ton; mutton, £28. tllito, ts. to to. eroh. Bhtrgooltto, Ot.; waothed 7d. o tb. Corroot U ton--Syotny to Oouloobrn, £4 tO. to LU; Ooult buro to Sydony, £3 to £3 10t.; (toulburn to Loamblng rltt, £4; (toutburn to Adeloto, £0...
MAMMOTH TREES OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
MAn?coTsr TiteEs OF CAnLIFonIeA..- The largest tree now standing in the mammoth tree grove of Culveras is one called the Mothler of the Forest, which some degenerate and lucro-loving son of America has actually skinned alive. There shel stands, the great old mother, so called because of two breast like protuberances which give her a sort of maternal appearance. There she stands absorbed, but still majostic. Eighty-four feet round her waist (she was ninety witlh her bark) and 321 in Iheighlt-truly thie stature of an Amazon empress. Some mercenary wretch has conlputed thalt this lady contains five hundred and thlirty-seven thousand feet of sound inch lumber. iAlmost at the foot of this living mothelr lies the Fathler of the Forest, who doubtless fell in an agony of rage and grief at seeing his wife so horribly abused. This old monarch, still majestic in his dead ruins, measures 110 foeet in circum ferenco at the base, and when alive he must have shaken his ambrosiallocks full 435 foot...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
BIRTH. tho Commeorcinl Iotel, Ooulburn, on tho 1st instant, Mirs. J. C. MCALISTEIr , of a son. MARRIED, tho 26th October, by tho Roy. W. Sowerby, COnisTorx'iir DOXNI;LLT to 1.rIY, third dnugh teor of irs BaOLTON. ED SDAY, O ER 2 it 18. WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBER 2, 1S64.
FRIDAY—OCTOBER, 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
FianaY-.OcionRE, 28. In the Legislative Assoembly eIr. Garrctt asked the attorney-gonorl: " Is Joe. William Abbott, who actod as special bailiff for tho crown e in the matter of tho ctreated .ods of ?artin Shanahan, convicted of felony still confined in Cooma gaol, at the souit of the attorneoy-gonral ; if so, is it intended to takeo any, stops to allow of the ioloeasoe'of the said James William Abbott, in ac cordance with applications mido to thiit lTfcct ?" MIr. MIartin said that it was not intended by the government to tloe any stops for the release of this person. bIr. Arnold proceeded to give a personal explana tion as to the reason whey he hld siot given notice of his' desire to hsovo'Odditaonol witnesses in support of t-h charge' he bid pieferred against Mr. IHolroyd:. Mo tnhosght, slea,' thot tlim mattdC, 'if furthtr td14'o considered, Should be dealt'with" as d ~oitter 8! privilege, nailnag ro c dence. '' " ' - r.ia,?eakor : 'ho msatter having beon closed by a o prs!o:i SCO...
RESTORATION OF THE APPARENTLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
RESTORATION OF THIE APPIARENTLY DROWNED. WE reprint the new instructions issued by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution for the restoration of the apparently drowned. These instructions are the result of extensive inquiries which have been made amongst medical ioen, and have been transmitted to his Excellency by the Colonial Secretary with a request that they may be circulated as widely as possible. W¶e would suggest to our readers that they should preserve the directions in some form in which they may be frequently consulted. Unfortunately accidents from drowning are by no means arev, and a careful observation of these instructions may be the means of saving some valuable lives. Thle leading principles of the following directions for tile restoration of the apparently dead from drowning are founded on tlhose of the late Dr. Miarshall Hall, com bined witll thlose of Dr. H. R. Silvester, and are the result of extensive inquiries which were made by the Institution in 1863-4 amongst...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
(hlis address at theo banquet recently given jhim in Sydnov, Mr. Cowpor was carofil Sto give oxprossion to the policy by which would be guided in the ovont of his return pfice. When he was sent for, he said, shiould be rondy with hIis policy. Any ng moro doefinitoe was perhaps hardly to expected from him. So practised aplayer Snot likely to show his hand. The oxi jcies of party strife indooeed scarcely admit I that openness which othorwise is so much e desired. At tlhe same time it would e beeoon satisfactory to the public to know course of action which an oexperioenced like Mr. Cowpor proposed to himself itho contingency of liis being called upon resume the direction of affairs. As it is, over, weo can only draw ono or two in fners from the general tenor of hIis ro irkts. n tlhe first place itis to be noted that Mr. vper evidently fools no want of confidence :the stability of our resources, or in the ftinued progress of the country. TlIo 4porary reverses experienced of late, do Sbr...
THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND TRADE AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
TIEI IIINISTER OF FINANCE AND TRADE AT NEWCASTLE. (From Bell'sa life in Sydney.) Tuc classical memories of our hlonourablo friend Jeffenger need not be recalled to tlhe sly suggestion of Tacittus, "fruitrofama s4i," which some have construed, "he becomes a witness of the opinions which others enter tain of him;" and the fabulist in illustration of this, tells the following tale :-Mercury wishing to know in what estimation he was hIeld by mankind, put off thle insignia of divinity, and assuming the air and appear anco of a more mortal, entered the studio of a statuary. At largo cost, he purchased. a Jupiter, an Apollo, a Minervn, a Venus, some choice specimens of Gorgonia, and a few expensive nickl--nsacleries. "And now" said he, pointing to a finely exceuted statue of himself, which stoee on graceful tiptoe on a pedestal, "what is the lprice of that olo gant image ?" " Sir," replied the sculptor, "you have been so liberal a customer to me for some of my masterpieces, that I shall be...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
ILEGRIAPHIIC INTELLIGENCE1 [FRO?M oUlr conREsIONDrENTS.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Too want of confidence debate was resumed this afternoon. It is not likely to be concluded to-night. To-day there was a riot at Darlinghurot jail. Fourtoon of the prisoners barricaded a portion of the building, and attempted to scale the walls. The warders shot one. The rest then surrendered. Later news from the Cape of Good Hlopo is to hand. The papers report that the Kaflirs are still quiet. The gorovernment condemn the attempt of the Now Zealand government to decoy settlers from there. It is intended to construct a railway to Grahanmstown.
TO THE WESLEYAN METHODISTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
TO THE WESLEYAN MIETIIODISTS IN NEW SOUTII WALES, AND OTHERS. (Per favor of the Editor of the Ilcrald and Chronicle.) DI;A.i CIIIlSTIIN FRIENDS,--TIi is o our jubilee year; and the members of the Wesleyan Church in Aus tralasia have determined to colobrate it in a manner which will show their gratitude to God, and mark an era in its history so as not to be forgotten for many years, if ever. I heartily approve of thus marking the periods in the history of our church. The ceontenary of MIothod ism in England was well defined, and a noble sum of money s~ubsecribhed for ortly objects. More recontly the jubileo of the Wesleyan 1hassionary Society was celebrated in a right Christian spirit and the liber ality of VWesleyans placed beyond doubt by contri butions of nearly £200,000 in addition to thei ordi nary annual subscriptions to the funds of that society. And now we have our jubileo! For fift years hos the VWesleynn Church been establishecd in Aus tralasia. Its members have increased, ...
GEOFFREY EAGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
GEOFFREY EAGAR. (From the IWestern Post.) Wmsm people speak about Geoffrey Eagar now, tlhey shake their heads and tap their forehleads gently . with two fingers, and thereby they intimate that there is some thing wrong about his head. It is curious to remark how impressions got abroad con corning this, or that man. If you try to analyso them, the task is fruitless, for you cannot discover how the impressions origi nated. All you know is they exist, and ac cording to your temperament, you will discredit or belieovo tlhem. The belief in Geoffrey's mental unsoundness has been gaining ground for many cdays past. It is vwell mknown that his elevation from an ac countant to tlhe position of the "Colonial Treasurer of Tew South . Wales," as hle loves to be termed, at once caused a revolu tion in his nature. From being a hlunmble, ahnlmost fawning, bowing, slavish deferential sort of a man, ho suddenly chlnged into a haughty don-cut hIis bosom friends in stantlly, and flected to hick down t...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. SATURDAY—OCTOBER 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
LOCAL AND PIOVYINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. SAToUOA- -Octoorns 29Tu. BEFORn IIis Honor Eudgu Wise. ILOLERY UN0DER AiRIS. John IIcormack, indicted on the previous day for robbing under arms, one Ah You, at Demon drillo Creeook, on.the lst instant, pleaded not guilty. -Hr. Isaaes, instructed by Mr. Walsb, defended the prisoner, who oballenged thirteen jurymen. In a former case the prisoner had booeen charged with shooting with intent to murder or do some grievous bodily harm to one Tin Chow, and being found guilty under the statuto of unlawfully wounding, was sentenced to three years' hard labor. Ho was now charged with robbery on the same occasion; similar ovidenco was given, and a similar dofenco mnade in the one trial as the other. A verdict of guilty having been returned, His Honor sentenced prisoner to ten years' hard labour on the roads or othor publio works of the colony, the first year in irons. There being no more criminal business, his Honor in discharging the jury thanked them...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
SYDNEY SU\MMARY. MONDAY afternoon. TPn great case of Arnold v. Holroyd is over-not to the satisfaction of anybody. Mr. Arnold is'nt satis fled; MIr. Holroyd isn't satisfied; Dr. Hamilton isn't satisfied; thie ministry are not satisfied; the opposition are not satisfied; the public are not satis fied. Arnold was taunted and bullied and not allowed to finish his case; Holroe:d was forced to resign; Hamilton loses the long-coveted commission of the peace; the ministry lose their colleague, and one whose railway policy was rather popular; the opposition after all don't gain much as against the rest of the ministry; and the public are left with a man in the Legislative Assembly whose probity has been seriously impugned and by no means fully vindicated. Iowover, considering the character the debate was assuming, it is perhlaps fortunate that the affair is over some way or other. olroyd does not come out of the scrape so well as could be wished. The damaging fiact remains that he was charg...
REBEL. PA BUILDING.—FAILURE OF WILLIAM THOMPSON'S PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. CAMP TE AWAMUTE, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
RIUlEL PrA IUItDING.-i-AILURE OF WILLIAMI TIIOMPSON'S PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. (1Freo the corrspondent of the Soutlhern OGross.) O,?r Ts AwAv.uTu, October 4. Although appearances would lead to the conclusion tlhat tho war is virtually termi nated, in so thr as this district is concerned, and that a goneral surrender of repontant natives may be looked upon as a not very remoto contingency, yet intelligence which I received to-day, from a very reliable source, has miaterially altered my ideas upon the re motoeess of this desidoratum, and even sug gosted the disngrecable probability tlhat thioe contumacious N'gatilnaniapotos have not yot received such convincing proofs of our su periority in arms as to load them to abandon the strugglo for nationality and indepen dence as lhopeless and fittile. About eight miles from the nativo settle mont of Kaipiha, situated on the western side of thle Kakopuko mountain, and on a commnunanding hill, very favourable for the construction of defensive worlks...
CIVIL SIDE. EDGEHILL AND ANOTHER V. MOLEOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
CIVIL SIDE. EDOOIIILL AND) ANOTIIER V. MO LEOD. This was an action for broach of contrct. The damagos were laid at £1000. For the plaintiff, Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Sheppard;. attornoy, Mr. Miller. For the defendant, MIr. Norton; attornoy, Mr. Fleming, by his agent Mir. WValsh. The plaintiffs in this action had sold to defendant 700 shoop, and had delivered a portion, when the latter refused to receive any moro or to pay for those ho had accepted. The contract was cleorly estab lished; but during the proceedings his Honor sug gestod to counsel the advisability of an arrangement being made by the parties. This was accordingly done and the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff by conseont, damages forty shillings, plaintiff to roe tain thoe shcerp. IAs Honor certified for costs. h IATrEIWo '. WAfr U). This was an action for trespass. The damages were laid at £600. For the plaintiff, Mr. Isaacs; attorney, MIr. S. C. Brown. For the defendant, Mr. Sheppard and MIr. Norton; attorney, Mr. W...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
TO CORElSPONDENTS. tmnflon to the followino rute tvlllt preront disappoint* ment:--We do not undertake to insert letters which ore unarcmpanlted by an aosuranc that coplesr havr not been sen to other papers.--lVe cannot return rejected com munication.-tlVhile willing to ,oake ordinary eor rectiona, we mutr aomit letters nhlche require re-.rrltlg to flt thmnlfor publiention.- When iumetiate ptltciity aly be dturedtommunication ought to reach us bl noon on the Mfondanys and Thurrsda.s prtereding publication.--re m?wr in recry ?ars t. furnished with the ritrer's nanlle and addres--not for p.blicatio,i bllut ans a guarantee of good faith.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864
USTEALASIAN FREEMASONS' IIHALL HOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hIotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURHAM nod IRWIN are preparcd d to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheopskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 G., H, SM ITH, SRAl~fCTECAL HA~TTER,~ 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS manufacturing every description of lATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced pricos-wholesale and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B, HOLDSWORTH, VtVOLESBLE AMD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,) IMPO...