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AMERICA.—SIX DAYS LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
AMERICA.-SIX DAYS LATER FROM TIIE SEAT OF WAR. (From the Daily Alta GOlifornia.) TMrT journal of the 21st August says :- To-day our despatches are brief, and present no marked features. Operations against the rebels in the Valley of the Shenandoah, whose force is now represented as consisting of 40,000 infantry and 15,000 cavalry, are progressing fairly. Our forces havo passed through Winchester, and Charleston. Grant is preparing for an immediate action, the precise nature of which does not transpire. Lee's force is estimated at 70,000. On the following day, the Alta states that hard fighting has commenced all around. Grant is pressing closer and closer every day to Richmond. Sheridan, too, in the Valley, is hard at work. Some of the prisoners recently captured by him were from Long street's corps. Operations havo also been renewed at Charleston. Fort Morgan is thoroughly invested. The communication of the Fort with the city has been cut off. From Sherman nothing of importance is r...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. By what cogent reasoning ministers have got his Excellency to consent to a. dissolution will probably never be known. All argument, all pro priety, has been against it; and the one solitary good that will be achieved is only to the ministry themselves. It used to be said that the Assembly wanted re-constructing-that it was full of objec tionable members. Perhaps it was forgotten that these sort of men will get into every assembly in the world ; and any one about the city to-day, and hearing the names of those who are likely to be come candidates, will find that if one-half of what is positively asserted be true our next par liament will be worse than the present, This is one of the evils of a dissolution. At the ordinary elections men's minds are prone enough to be ex cited, and we are all apt enough to forget principles, to look to men, to regard this or that prejudice, and the gratification of this or that hobby. And at dissolutions all these feel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
Wanted, m WO BOOTMAKERS and one TINSMITH, to go up the country. 1971 M. DE BARR. Wanted, lHIIREE or FOUR MEN for stone-breaking and road-making. Noun but good hands need apply. Apply to JOSIAH EDWARDS. Oxford House, 1976 Grafton-street, Goulburn. Ten Pounds Reward. STOLEN or strayed from Goulburn, on the 26th i October One DARK GREY MARE, star in forehead, branded on both shoulders JG, pulled tail. Also, en RI' AN COLT, inclined to chosnut, two years old, blaze down face, three white f.ot, same brand. Theo tbo-e reward will be paid, if stolen, on re covery of the horses and conviction of the thief or thieves; or £1, if strayed, on delivery to JAMES GREALEY, Grafton-street, or JOSEPII CAR ROLL, Butchers' Arms, Goulburn. 1970 One Pound Reward. LOST from the Old Township, a STOUT LITTLE BAY MIARE, white, stieak'down the face, and a white spot under saddle near side. branded lIP conjoined on near side shoulder, HP conjoined tinder the mane on off side, rough about the heels and mano. Ap...
THE WESLEYAN JUBILEE. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
THE WESLEYAN JUBILEE. To he Editor of the Herahm an Chronicle. .I R,-Tho attention of every section of the protestant church in Goulburn, ought to be drawn t!tnwds the proposed Wesloyan Jubilee, on the 16th stnt, when, y n genpral jttendanco, and confti a"iOn totviq' theo colleotionoson that occasi6nj~tho ?1 of ui61on'l otveen tli differentechurohes 'ill be ~mented, the efforts mudo to spread evangolical irth will be supported and strengthened, and rotherly love " will shino conspicuously. I would Tgo upon the members of the Church of England in Sulboum, the necessity of embracing the present pportunity to manifest their respect for a Church, ao founder was a bright and shining light in O wnn and to other protostanto, would '"3 i LO o alue tho spread of l'(osnolu'trluth,'and desire t i dn 0i o fChflist's Church, as well as the pro ?Oation of pure Cliristianity, come forward, and Soi.ur cWsleyan friends in their Jubileo on the * ?a - A CHURCHMAN.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
Australian Joint Stock Bank. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current Srates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in Now South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and Now Zealand; also on SEngland, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, -Goulburn. Manager. 1609 ' Wanted to be Known, THAT M. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO I now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell at lid. per pound profit, and give his customers the benefit of the immenso sale, and Tobacco at their own price. Wholesale customers under Sydney prices. Terms liberal. 1813 AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL SHOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED .:BRADFORD, proprietor. : FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com Sforts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for salo by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. . Liber...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
'IELEG?C APHIJC 1NE'I',iLLIGELILY s PIFROM OUt0 COIORlliRSONDSNT8.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. AT the inooing of the Assenbly to-day Mr. Martin informed theu louso lhat the Governor had granted a dissolution. Ho asked a voto of three months' sup ply. The Hlouso is likely to grant one month's not, more. The debato continues. MeIr. Rolloeson ihs boon appointed auditor general. The mail from Mnndooran to 3fudgeo was robbed to-day. Another cargo of Chilian flounr arrived to-day. Two other vessels are replorted to bo loading. Me OGlinn stands committed by the coroneor's court for the wilfll murder of MIr. Whitftold. The Wesleyan lubiloo services attract largo audi oncos. There was a special earmon last night; to; day a public breakfast and prayecr mooting. Portions of the wreck of the brig Ensign have boon found to the North of Nowcastle. MELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. Tinn Cricketing Association havo decided to chal longo Sydnc y by next imanil to renow tho intor coolenial matches. Lairgo sale...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
,V have no desire to inflict upon our vaders a repetition of the details of the case hich has recently occupied the attention of he Assemby, and which led to the resigna on of the minister for works. It is pretty dear, from the bare facts of the easeo, that to appointment of Dr. Hamilton to the ommission of the peace, was a discreditable ausaction. The House indeed has found a Sordict upon the charge of " not proven." o that Mr. Holroyd stands in the un dleasant position of a man charged with an feco, but against whom legal proof is felt be wanting. He has paid the penalty owever, and there can be no desire to press o case further against him. His resigna on, its acceptance by his colleongues, and ase immediato supercession of Dr. Hamilton, Pre circumstances which combine to forbid tir. Holroyd's ever occupying again ai posi ,on in the government of the country, and uhich will probably lead to his exclusion om parliamentary life in duo course. Thle most unsatisfactory aspect of the ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 November 1864
LOCAL AND PRIOViNCIAL. 'olPune RepooT.--At the Goulburn police court on Saturday William Wynam, brought up for drunkenness, was discharged.-William James was charged with being unlawfully in possession of beeoof, hoe property of Andrew Hickoy, and WViliam larhor was charged with being accessory to the above. Constable Long proved going to dofondant's ilace on thoe Ith instant, iccompaniod by Iickoy, and linding n cask of beef, apparently salted sevoen or eight days; prisoner would not toll from whom ho bought tho animal and snid he had no receipt; ho stated that heo had made ropes of the hide; appro hended James. Constable MIolloy approhonded tirbeor; James said he had not killed any bonst for three or four weeks. Albert Poney proved assisting .lames about nine or ten days ago to kill a red and white heifer, three years old, but did not see nany irands; witness received half of of the meat for heolp lng to kill the animal. Andrew Hickoy, a shepherd in Mr. Faithfull's employ, deposed...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
PARLIAMENTARY. Turala- NOo vlMERn 8. ' the Assembly, Mr. J. iBuchanan asolod the colonial tronsurer c the attention of the government booeen drawn to o errors that have boon discovered and made blic in thile mode of koeeping the accounts of the nk of Now South Wales, that bank being the stitution through which the government business transacted ? MIr. Engar replied that ho was not aware of 'l error being committed saveuch as had occurred . the 8th of April in an omission that was at once ctifled. ~Mr. MIartin moved the adjournment of the Iouse. o said: I make this motion in order to nalord me opportunity of stating the intention at which the vernment has arrived in consequence of the voto rived at by the House on clWednesday last. I lould have given this explaun?lion at an earlier Sriod, if it had boeen possible to give certain inform on to the House concerning the state of the untry, which we were desirous that the llouso ould be in possession of, before a final decision c taken by...
FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
FRanDa--NOwMBseR 11. (Before the police-magistrate and J. W. Bra ILLcOAo.LY INu OPOqESIONS OP oEEr. MIorgan and Ambroso Carter, were again brounl charged with being in the possession of son I The information had been laid by- Boyc" seear to Mr. WV. P. Faithfull. The evidence' approehending constable was taklen, and the manded to the 16th instant. fail allowed. NoN-Pra,?ea Tr or WAVECS.-Mr. John Oei Arthursloigh appeared as defondent in sovon non-payment of wages. The complanants case woro men employed in fencing and dra' stuff on the Arthanraleigh astato where def, has a contract for fencing. John Quinn, th4i complainant, claismed £4 13s. 4d., and rec. £i Is. 8d. 'Patrick Confoy and Georgo e ' claimed £20 15s. The bench, aftterbheaonring Co!1 ovidence, decided that the case did not come 'j! the Masters and Servants Act, bat shoald be bhl into thie district court. It was theorofore disna Frolarick Conner claimed £1 Is. Sd.; Frank land, £1 13s. 4d.; John Dolvardo,£2 15s. 3d.; ?4 Kirla...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
'OLICE COURT. W EDs?Sna Y--OVEMnEIR 0. (Beofore the polico-magistrato and V. ConollUy, Esq.) RonnEar t'n:r Anarnc.--Villiam Corcoran, ap prehended near Woagga Wagga, on the above charge, was romanded until the 1th instant. L.ancer.s.-Wilianm WVilliamn, approehended by Constable WyaVntt, was charged with stealing some spirits belonging to Mr. Joseph BIull. IIo had been found lyingin Clilford-strcet, quite insonsiblo and dead drunk, by Wyatt, MIr. Joseph Bull deposed to seeing prisoner about half-past six o'clock on tha provious day, just outside the door of his liquor store; a caskl of rum stood about three feet from the door; people went into the store during the day. Case dismissed. ILL.OALLY UsINO A IionsL:.-Peter Cummnlings, on the summons of John Caolllon, of Bungonia, was fined 20s. and ds. id. costs. James Kelly, summoned by John Conlon, for the same offence, was fined in a similar penalty. AsseavLr.-'Frederick Styles summoned Johnl Cmrano and Sophia Jano Brausincgton, for ass...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BUSHRANGING NEAR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
LOCAL A?ND PROVINCIAL. BUSIIRANGING NEARt GOULBURIN. O" Tuesday ovening, about eighto'clock, Ben Hall and Gilbert visited Bossivillle, about three and a half miles.from this city. They ordered the servants to got supper ready for them and commenced nearch ing the house. They found the keys, and com menced a close examination; but, oexcept a few trinkeots of little valio and a pair of breeches and boots belonging to Mr. Rossi, did not meet with anything that they considered suited them. The latter articles wereappropriated by Gilbert. It may be mentioned that Mr. and MIrs. Rossi are at present from home, accompanying the Bishop of Goulburn on his tour through the south-western portion of his diocese; and that in consequence of their absence their valuables had been removed to a placo of salbty. Supper having been got ready, the freoobooters ex pressecd themselves as ratller disgustoed that it should be laid in theo itchen; but nevertheless proceeded to dojustice to what was spread be...
NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
NOTES ON THE MIONTH. (Freo, tikAustraleasien.) FIIEVETrINGC wheat '(whilo in flower) being Damaged by Frost.r-A correspondent ofthe Goulburn Herald gives the following:direc tions'of sentralizingthlo effects of late:frosts. apon wheat while in blossom il"In 1848; a severe frost on the morning of Christmas Day destroyed on this estate about fifty acres of wheat; the following year an equally sovere frost occurred on the'26th of. December; but appearances overnight having indicated that such would be the case, overythling was arrangod, and nearly tlhe whole of the wheat crop was roped be foreb the sun rose, and in this instance it was saved; a small portion, howeveor, some three or four acres, which was roped after the sun rosp (though only a few minutes) was conm plotely destroyed. The plan adopted was to procure a strong horsolhair rope (this is best, but any other rope will do), of suchl a length that three men stretching it tight might walk up the furrows, and, holding the rope a ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
TELEGIRAPIIIO INNTELLIGENCE [FROM OR COnRRErPONDENTr,] SYDNEY, Friday night. Tue seontonces of Davis and CartelOr, convicted at the lato Goulburn assizes of rape at Burrangong and sentenced to death, havo been commuted-Davis's to five vyears, and Carter's to lhroe years on the roads. Mr. Jacrques is appointed rogistrar-geoneral. The writs for the new elections havo been issued. The dates fixed are as follows :--Argyle, nomination 12th December, polling 16th; Goulburn, nomina tion 6th December, polling 7th1; Yass Plains, nomi nation 15th, polling 20th; Camden, nomination 12th, polling 1!th; Braidwood, nomination 8th, polling 13th. The writs are returnable by the 2.th January. MIELBOURNE, Friday evening. Tue markets are active. Rico has advanced £2 per ton. Ales aro advancing rapidly. Tho mail adviceson show wool to bhe firmer, hides easier, and tallow declining. The Northam arrived here at threeo and sailed at fivoe. Fivo cargoes of Chilian flour arrived to-day.
LATEST FROM CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
LBATESIT FROM CALCUTTA. A terrific cyclone passed over Calcutta on the 7th October, and in five hours the destruction of life and property was so great as to be unparalleled within recollection. Searcoly a house or public building has escaped injury, and whole villgces have been swept away. The botanical garden weore totally destroyed, and the amount of property destroyed is estimated at £2,000,000 sterling. Out of 200 ships in the river not more than thirty have escaped. Tweolvo of them s;anlk, and a greoat num ber were dismanstcd and driven on shore. The P. and O. steamers Tubal and Memesis were both dismasted. The flengal was driven on shore opposite Garden Iteach. Te stea etltr Iontinck and Iindostan, and six tug steamoers were wrecked. T'ihe estimated loss of life on tihe river amount' to 300 oouls; iand on shore it in thought to be not less than 3000. Grain aind all other provisions have advanced in price. Ships for immediate requirements will command high rates offreights. [T...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. [VIA SUEZ.] LONDON, OCTOBER 3, 12.15 p.m. SUEZ, OCTOBER, 4, 2.8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGIAM.I. [vIA sUsz.] LonoN, Octoscn 3, 12.15 p.m. SoUz, OcTeouC, 4, 2.8 p.m. The Vienna negotiations are progressing, and England favours the claims of the Luke ofAugustoen buirg. Tbhe Franco-Italian treaty is generally popular. The Turin riots have been suppressed, and the city is now tranquil In America, General Early was defeated by Shori dan. The losses on both sides wore heavy. A monster meeting has beoon hold in Now Yorkl in favour of M1'Clollan's nomination to the presi doncy. The failure of the Loeeds Bank is announced, with liabilities amounting to one million sterling. MIoro failures are expected. Twenty thousand colliers are on strilkeo in Stafford shire. Tho cotton trade is again depressed, and the sIan chester mills are working short time. The powder nmills at .lrith, near Gravesond, and 25 miles from London, containing 30,000 barrels of gunpowder, were blown up, laying everything in ruins within a radius of six miles; and the Thames embankment at West...