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TE AWAMUTU. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

TE AWA.MUTU. (Fro lethe HIera?ld's ocwn corI.es.odEnt.) Wo received the following telegram yes day from the camp: .? "October 17. SGreat excitemeint in the camp. Eighst ves of the Ngatinahhata and Ngatihiman bos have jnust surrendered; they have no Ies. They woro conducted into this camp Mr. Goage, and cameo from Kopua."

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THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

THE DAIRY. (Frojn te Asstradastn,.) uc as has beeoon written and said on this reourring theme, it is one on which there Salways something more to say, if not of solute novelty, yet of interest either to the ieducers or consumers of tile almost indis =nsable necessaries of lifo, as well as tihe ost widely enjoyed luxuries, derived from e cow. The individual members of tihe oer class are naturally anxious just now, --prices are falling so low, for a hint as tow their profits may be increased, and I public for thle dissemination of any in tion tending to keep up the plentiful ply to which they are becoming accus ed It used to be tlhought enough if rably good fresh butter was to be had by majority of consumors for six montht of twelvo, at an average of two slhillings a id; but for the last two or three years 'supply has been almost continuous, and ittle over half the former price. Tie itor coolness of the late summers, and Sequent abundance of pasturage, has had ?s;h to do with this; bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

IR. D. JAYNlE'S EXPECTORANT his bheri .J j] for thirty years the standard remedy for. ASTHMA CONSUMPTION BRONCHITIS PLEURISY WTROOPING-COUGH CROUP COUGHS and COLDS HOARSENESS, AND ALL PULMONARY COMPLAINTS. No better evidence of the great curative powers of this EXPECTORANT can be offered than the grateful testimony of those who have been restored to health by its use, and the wide-spread popularity wshich, for so long a period, it lhas maintained in the fdce of all competition, and which has created a constantly increasing demand for it in all parts of the world. Hero is a portion of the testimony lately received : Rev. -J J. ROBERTS, the well-known missionary, writing from Canton, China, under date of June 25th, 1862, says: "I find the Expectorant a very valuable medicino i ..indeed. I 'cannot do without it, on account of a Chronie: Breast Complaint, which has troubled me moie or less for several years past, and which origi nated from my preaching too loud and long in the Sopein ai...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

COAMlMERO CJAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. W\VlKE.r Anl F.ouon.-At~ Conolly' Mill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, in. par 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £0 lils. par ton, le. 8d. perbushel; bran, £4 per ton, is. per buslhel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emannael's Mill:--Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if laess than half-ton, 1s. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samples, 10s. per buhol. Bran, £4 laer toi wholesale, in. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 iO5s per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AVerIONOEE.Rs' REProer.--Masrn. P. Dignam and Co. report:--Fat attlo.-During the week we have sold two mobs, all to the town trade, as follows: On Wedn6sday, first yard Messrs. Stophonnon and Patmoro at £5 6a.; second yard Mr. Eggo at £4 16.; third yard Messrs. Stephenson and Patmoro at 41 10s.; fourth yard Mr. Eggo at £3 10s.; averaging over £4 10s. On Friday, first yard Mr. Ticohurst at £3 15s.; second yard Mr. Me Connell at S3 10s.: third yard Mr...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

SYDNEY SUIMBARY. TILuoISlar afternoon. Tln'. debato on thtownnt of confidence is over, ending in the deolbot of the ministry by 30 to 20. Tile announcement was received withl gront chooring and crioes of "dissolvro" nnd "resign" as suited the particular foolings of honorable memborl. The debato having arisen so 0long ago yor readers may possibly no longer remember the exact wording of MIr. Cowpor' a nmendment. It manybe os well there fore if I give the address as it stands, now that MIr. Cowpor's amondment has taken the placo of the original draft. It is ns follows: Myts it Isies yoor txoelottlency,-- , ier '.Ilecty's toystl old dutoto otlltojots, the In' lalcorn of thes Lgaishttive Assscmbly or NoW Sottil Wolhs, In torlilooot assenbledn tdestro to expres to youlr 1.1'<eelleey our aftioll nod lotylty to tile p1r0ou 0nd Roscrlnuant of our ost gr~eloon stwesIga a to to ottlr.oor rcspectrul thlnalls for sour E.xelltcy'y sponeot. 00 dlAslrt to onprsos to ysar ilnoelltoey our ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

Wanted, A SOBER and well-conducted man as TEACHER for thle Spring Valley Public School. He will require good recommendations. GEORGE SYKES, 1916 Spring Valley. Fifty Pounds Reward. S TOLEN from my paddocks, between Friday evening and Monday morning, my PRIZE FAT BULLOCK. He is a grey. approaching to a roan colour, with loop horns, branded thus, WP off rump. F I will give Fifty Pounds for the conviction of the thief or thieves who committed this daring robbery. This reward to extend to any future robbery of the like. S?Private information, if it should lead to the desired result, will be amply rewarded. 1670 , W. P. FAITHFULL; Five Pounds Reward. STRAYED from Swatchfield, BAY HORSE, k JD off shoulder, black points. star on forehead, 6 years old; BAY HORSE, G on off or near shoulder, Hover G near shoulder, saddle marks, black points, aged. Supposed to be in the neighbourbood of the Abererombie. JOHN F. MANN, Fish River Creek, 1901 At Mr. Whalan's. One Pound Reward. .TOLEN from Taylor'...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

OOULtURN WIIOLEbALE PRI0Ot ORUttOfiT Wheat, 10s. b hbushel. Flour, flne, £8 tV ton; ,eo, .?end . too. Pollard, Is. 8d. k bushel ; or ls. by the half too. neao, Is. 4d. o bushel; or Is. by the half too. nrsdd, 7d.. 9 2.-b. loaf . - s1oize, 3S. Od. to 4t. 0. per bushel. Brly. En, glishb,3. 3O. to do. 4 busOelsoaree; OCpeO,s. O1., no demond. Oatl, 2I. Od. to 39. dt. 10 busihel. atn, .3 o10. to £4 1Os. oS ton. rulott, roesh, 8d. S tlb.; salt, 6d. OCteesi4d. p Its. Bacon, 4jid. to 6d. 1b. ,8 Ftgs, 8d. to Old. tlofon. Potatoro, 38. to 80. Od. t. . "Onloos, 18s. %A cwt. Fat Outtto, prime, £5; medium, £1 00l 'to £4. 8ittp, 10. to 12s. A head. . pigs, 3d. to 4d. tt. . Bc!. (rotalo), 1d.0 to 4 3d.? lb. r Blntto (retail),to 4d. Ib. Tallowe, bef, £2 to L27 i ton; mutton, £20 . Lider, 0s. to On. each. Shcepelai. 0i. d.;.washied 7d. ' tb CaJrrotagc ton--ydney- to Ooulburn, £4 100 to £f0 Goat hurn toSydncy,.£3;. Goulburu to Lambing Flat, £4: (oulburn to Adelong, £5 to £0: toulburo'to Tumut, f: to ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

YLLEGIRAPIIC IBTELLIGEN?E 'FROMr OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday evening. WE have received American news up to the 21st August. Fort Morgan still holds out. General Grant after several days' hard fighting succeeded in driving in the Confederate outposts and took up a new position within six miles of Richmond. Sherman, besieging Atlanta, repulsed Confederate attacks; but fears were entertained that his communi cations would be cut off. The bombardment of Charleston continues. The Federal cruiser, Talahassa, has destroyed an immenso quantity ofshipping. She went to Halifax feor coals, but the admiral ordered her immediate departure. The Confederates were defeated in Shenandoah Valley; but being afterwards reinforced were medi tating a raid into MIaryland. Geold was at 157) premium. Friday night. A party of bushrangers attacked MIr. Sharpe's store at the Pyramul diggings. They fired and shot the servant dead. dIr. Sharpe returned the fire and it is supposed, shot one of the robbers...

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WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

W itDNooAY-Novrstnrrl 2. The Council sat only a few minotls. Quoestions on the papor were postponod. Mr. Ilargravoe's Bill to consolidate and amend the criminal law was roadnt a first time. Thu Council rose before flo p.m. In tihe Legislative Asosmbly, Mr. Stiowart called attelnton to theo imnpropor in torforonco of a magiotrato, Mir. Blirrell, in the recent outhllrolk in Darlinghural gaol. Mr. WV. Forstor adlmittod the impropriety of the magistrato's condulct, as reportedl, and stated that he had been called upon for an explanation. Mr. D. tuclanan moved tho adjournment of the Ttooeo for the purpose of censuring the government for the continuing provalence of mail robberies; but the motion not obeing econdt no discussion onaueld. The adjotrnod tdebate on M'r. Co)vper's amend tnmont to the atddrcess in reply to tho .?ovtrnor's open ing speech was resumed by Mr. Piddington, who contended that the charges against the ministry wore childish, inconsistont, and wholly unsustaltined b1y f...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

PARLIAMLEN?AR Y TUEo.DY-NOVcEJ IlEIR 1. IN the Legislative Assembly, In unoswer to MIr. Dangaer, MIr. Eager stated : the following security had been taken from thol postmaster at Young for the due discharge ol; duties, viz., a bond dated 30th July, 1862, of i self in £200, with Mr. William Dean, auctiont Sydney, and Mr. J. Emanuel, storekeeper, You as sureties, in £100 each; and that the colo?' treasurer was not aware that a cheque for £6L: the Bank of Now South Wales by the late 'I master of Young, payable to a firm in Sydney, boon paid by the government; and that the reg tions did not allow otlieial or money-order 1 masters to issue cheques on any bank for an acce: lation of post-office orders in lieu of the daily it of £10 each. Upon the motion of Mr. Piddington, returns'o orderod relative to conditional purchases undoe, Crown Lands' Alienation Act;. and on the mui of fMr. Garrett, of correspondence relative to p case of James William Abbott, confined in C.CI gaol at the instance...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

BIRTH. AT Wooragee, on the 31st October, Mrs. M. PEARCE, junior, of a daughter. DEATH, Occonca 22nd, accidentally drowned crossing tlhe Wollondilly River, B. H. McCANN, Esq.,   Inspector of National Schools, aged 34 years.   HERALD and CHRONICLE.   SATURDAY, NOVEI?IBER 5, 18G6.

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. SUSPICION OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

LOCAL AIND PROVINcr1AL. SUSPICION OF MUIURDEIR. I- our last issue was reported the initiation of pro cecdings at the police office against John HIall, a shepherd at GCundary, in thle employ of MIr. Brad loy, who was suspected of murdering his wife, Bridgot IHall. Tihe body had not been found, and the prisoner was remanded for a week. In the course of T'Ihursday the body was found, in a state of nudity, in a water-hole some dietance from the deceased's house. In the evening an inquest. was held before Dr. Waugh, at the Farriors' Arms, Sloano-street. The dcceased's husband was brought up in custody, and the following evidence was adduced: John ?Ieehan deposed: I am a laborer in the ser vice of lIr. Bradley iand reside at Gundary; the body I have just seen is that of the lateo Mrs. Bridget IHall, wife of John IIHll ; have known decoeased iand her husband during the last six or eight weeks; they lived in a stone hut near Gundary Creek; her husband was in Mr. Brodley's service as a sheph...

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COURTSHIP IN YANKEELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

COURTSHIP IN YANKEELAND. "Onl, now, do toll us all about it?" sos the gals. Becky Samplin hadn't been married moro'n a month, and hadn't got over her bashfulness yet. "'Bout what?" see she. " Vhy, 'bout your courtin'," sos the gals. " Shaw !" soes she, turning her head, and blushing dreadful; "you better tell your. own courtships yourselves, I reckon." "Yes, but none of us over had any bonus;i Bock; 'd a you's a married woinat Come, now, do toll us all 'bout it. I do love to hear 'bout courtin' so much,'?Thos' Betty Powers. " Oh, yes, Becky, do toll us?" " Well," ses Becky, after a great deal of blushing and twisting about, "I'll tollyou all how it was, if that'll satisfy you. Well," sos Becky, putting an mplhasis on about overy other word, " John, he come to our house to see me," she sos, turning away her head, and hiudor looking down sidoways undor'her arm; "fool! he had bettor go to see hissolf, I reckon. Gracious knows, I didn't care notliin' 'boiut him." " Well?" ses the gals. ...

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OATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

OATHS. (From the Empire,.) Tun value of the evidence recently given in the Assembly with referenco to the charge against Mr. Holroyd, has already undergone much discussion, and will undergo yet more. It is not our purpose on the present occasion to enter into any argument on the question at issue. The fact that the evidence was not given on oath has been alluded to, with the intention of hinting that it was conse quently unsafe to rely upon it." This insin nation naturally suggests a question as to the value of oaths as means for the discovery of truth. The current impression is, that the solemnity of an oath is absolutely neces sary to induce men to speak the truth. It apparently starts from the fundamental principle that "all men are liars;" and logically concludes that, if we wish to get truth out of them, we must first frighten them with an oath. Hence it is that, in all our legal investigations, and in many of the less solemn affairs of life, we insist upon this ceremony as an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD i L[srinntnsucn 18418] Is the oldest establishled journal in tihe outhern distrliets f: Nown South VWalers, and elnce 1860 Its Increased elroulniton ha rendered It expedient to print it by steam, I TIlE GOULBURN" CHRONICLE LECr.ALlro 18551 Inaving nattained a cirtulation nearly equalt tho tat of h HIerald, was inrorporated with that paper on 31st Sarehl, IC, Or SunSCnoritON eight shilllings and sixpence per qurleri postgc, 2s. 2d.; or one shilling e.ee if pnid In ndeaner-that is previous to tile commencement of the quarter. The lubscerl? tion for twelve months, If panid In advance, is 36s, postaeeln', rluded. Subscriberh are charged only from tile time olcoten ilg their nianee. Orders to di?contInne tle paper must be eeirompnuied by payment in full up to the end of the currant quarter, or thle cciii not hbe attended to. ire regular quarters end on the 31sttlfaro, 30th 8on# 30tc Selitember, nud i1st December. Or Acrtratet?e:- Advertisements nare charged for At Ie....

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THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

TnHE MlEDICAL PROFESSION Ix AUSTRALIAI. -To be a qualified medical practitioner and surgeon, to a "certain order," or society of men, in a country district, is the lot that has fallen to me, in this golden land of physic. Seven years I have been duly licensed, and three of these I have practised in the neigh bourhood of the capital of Victoria. It is my intention by a plain, candid statement of facts, to acquaint your readers with the very enviable position I hold, the amount of remuneration I receive from being surgeon to this " ancient fraternity," and the nature of' the duties I have to perform. In the first place then, I am a married man, and have of course, by virtue of my station, a respectable position to maintain. The dis trict in which I am located, is, I am sorry to say, a miserably poor one, containing in a circuit seven square miles between three and four thousand inhabitants. Two years ago I settled in the locality, being the successful candidate, as medical officer to ...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

OOULltlRN WT'IOLSALE PRIO?8 CIUtRBNT. Ithcat, 10,. nbushel. Flour, fine, £2 ton; .Orrnnd., £27. Pollard, 1e. Ed. 3 buohel; or Is. by the half ton. rano, Is. 4. 'B bushel; or Is. by the half ton. Brond, 7d. ° 2-lb. lonot. Hfaie?, 3,. 1d, to 45, &i. per bushel. Borle,. Elgllohl, 3e. 6d. to 4e. ( bushel, soerce; Cap?, 2,. Cd., no dcnmnd. oats, 2o. Dd. to 3. Id. 0 bushel. f1no, £3 101. to £4 10,. $ ton. Bllttrr, frel, 8d. '1 lb.; salt, 0d. Cheeseon, 4d. 0 tod. Bno,,, 4'?,31. to 0d. ' lb. EBpr, ld. to ?d. ' dozen. Pontatoes, 3s. to 36. 6d. tO owlt. Onions, 18. ;' cwt. Ft CLttle, prime, £5; medlum, £S 10t. to £. b8hcoo, 10,. to 122. 0l head. PIps, 3d. to 4d. ' lb. Beef (retail), 3d. to 4d. { lb. Muttoot (rotail), 4d. 30 lb. Tallow, bet, £20 to £27 31 ton ; mutton, £?1. ldesr, 1,. to ,. oeaoh. Sht?bopitl, 0d.; ?nashel 7d, # lb. Crrlo0e 'p ton-Sydney to Ooulburn, £4 ios. to £5; Ooul burn to Sydney, £3; Ooulburn to Lambing Flat, £4 ; GOoulburn to Adelong, £5 to £6; Ooulburn to Tumnt,...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

PAR LIAMENTAR Y., TnueiUDAY-gOeVE .?OD 3. Is the Leogislativo Council, MIr. Plunkett laid upon the table of the House the statistical register for 1864, and other papers, which were ordered td be printed.. err. Johnson gave notice of motion for leave to bring :in a bill to amend the Common:Law Proce dure Act of 1857. MIr." Plunkett moved the adjournment of the House until Wednesday next, on which day he would be prepared with a 'statement as to the course in tended to bhe pursued by the government. At the meeting of the Legislative Assembly, shortly after three o'clock, the SpeakerL accompanied by several members of the opposition, none of the ministry being present, proceeded' to Government hlouse to present the address to his Excellency the Governor-m-chief. On thoreturn of Sir. Speaker to the 'House, he announced that he had presented the address to which the following reply had been received': Cr, Speaker and Gentlemen of the Loeslatttvre Asembly,- I aeknowlelge with much ,attsf...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

COAMMJERCIAL. w GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. 'u"s? An FL.ota.-At Conollv'u MIill:-Fine 28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less thanl hnlf it per 100lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15a. per ton, .per bushel; bran, £i per ton, is. per bushel. 't god samples, 10s. per bushel. " l namnuor' Mill :-Fins flour, £2S per ton; ; tl, i. if ]e"s than half-ton, ls. per 100 lb. saht m Lastaraples, 10a. per bolcl. llran, l on2, Wholesalo, la. er i?ushel retail; pollard, .. er ton wholesale, Is. d. ,per bushel retail. l'oer P .onu X CCManr:r. -- Mesars. Durham liA?,b I report :Wool.-1'or the publio sdles of S 177 bales weor catalogued, and about 90 r of; there was a geonral indisposition to i-rthu quota tions of last month. Our salo Sresulted ,,as fllow :--Gresy, JK in i ls at 812 d.; mixed, S, 1 bale at Did.; `;. II ,I0: fl OCe, 3 at 18Ad.; ohin, Jwo, 1 ut O I cured, 2 at 2ld.; greasy, JJ, 2 0t dd.; skino, , 7 t at .;washed, G, 2at ld.; tC, 6 at 18s d., 2 at 13d. dper lb. Sheeplkins w... in fair supply and passed t...

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FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864

FRIDAY--Novrrnen 1. In the Assembly, At half-past three in the afternoon there Were but twenty-two members in the 1House including the Attorney-Goenoral and the Minister for Lands. Dir. Macpherson and Dir. Morris, had previously entered and after a few words with Dir. Martin, had left the chamber with the intention of having it counted out. AMr. Martin and Mr. Wilson left the House directly the Speaker entered, the opposition cheer. ing as they did so. AIr. Cuneen entering at the same moment a quorum was formed. Mr. Martin and DMr. Wilson then returned. DIr. Cowper said after the scene they had just witnessed, he thought the most dignilied course the House could pursue would be to adjourn at once. He therefore moved that the HIouse do now adjourn until Tuesday. After one or two matters of interest only to One or two hen. members personally had been referred to, the House adjourned accordingly.

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