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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
BIRTHS. On the 4th November, at her residence, Sloane street, Mrs. E. ,MAwnLsos of a daughter. On the 7th instant, at her reoidenco, Auburn-.etreet, Goulburn, the wife of Mr. Is.uc Fox of a daughter. PSATUralh OEBER 12, 186. SATURI)AY, NOVEMBDER 12, 1864.
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
JAPAN. Intelligence has been received, via Nagasakli, of the complete success of the allies' naval expedition in the Straits ofSimonosali. The action commenced on the 5th September, and lasted throo days, and terminated by the submission of the Prince of Chospno, whoso men wore driven from their guns, and the forts destroyed. The allied squadron asuffered little. Trado at Yoklohama was dull, but an improvement was looked for whoa the result of the allied attaclk was made known there.
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. Ti. following was issued as an extraordi nary from this office at 5 o'clock p.m. on Thuirsday: r[PER ELECTIO TELEGRAPII.) The Australian Steam Navigation Com peny's branch mail steamer Alexandra, Captain Grainger, has arrived at Adelaide, bringing the South Australian portion of the English and European mails, per the Peninsular and Oriental Company's steam ship Northam. The Australian July mails wore delivered in London on the 15th September. The Queen is at Balmoral. Her Majesty's health is excellent. The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived in Denmark on the 6th September. The Princess of Prussia was confined of a son on the 15th September. The Duke of Newcastle's health has im proved. Lord Palmerston's health is good. The British government despatched Lord Airlie to the United States, to represent their views on the present aspect of affairs, and with authority to become the medium of communication between the two gove...
THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
TUE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. From the dust and gloom of a basement room 'Mid rollers, and whoeels, and bands, Whoro the pressman watches his busy loom With inky faco and hands ; Where e e teeming press with shuddering thron To tile living page gives birth, - Each shiver and jar folt wido and far Over tile busy earth; From the dust and gloom of this noisy room Flashes a spirit bright, O'er mountain and lea, o'er land and son, Winging its arrowy flight. O'or land and sea, o'er mountain and Ion, A motley burdon it boears: Freedom for slaves, and bonds for the free, Bright hopes, and sickening fears. MIany an eye as it comes looks bright, - That will dim when its tale is told; oearls boating high as its wings flash by ' ', Grow suddenly chill and cold; The blushing chook fond secrets speakl As it whispers a loved one's name; Or the smouldoring fire ofliato and iro 'Bursts forth in consuming flame. . Down the busy street, trodhby hurrying foot, : t spoods' on lightning wings, And few too bus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
Australian Joint Stock Bank. TNTEREST illowed on fixed deposits at ourrent .1 rates. Drafts issued on all the branchos and agenciesa in Now South Wales, Queonasland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasinmania, and Now Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. GoHlburn. ENRY L. WEST, Golburn. Manangcr. ... . 1 6 0 9 S wainted to be ICnown, I HAT..M. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO ,' now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER ,MONTH, and ban now sell at lid. per pound profit, and give his customers the benefit.of the Immense oalC, and Tobacco at their own prieo. Wiholesale customers under Sydney prices. Terms : liberal. - 8.l3 A USTALA'SIAN FRIEEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, Yorbk-strdet, Sydney: AL?RED BRADFORD, proprietor. SFIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 :.: : Produce Stores; 10?FESSES. DUtFIAM and IRWIN are prepared 1 'torecoive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &e., for salo by haidtion or privately, at their Pro...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
GARDEEN R'S CALENII?)AR FOR NOVEMBER (irom, the Ats,?tralasian.) m trcr?mos G.~lu,1xs.-Tlho incluiries made from time to time, friom pasties on the Murray and other northern districts, for information on the proper times of the year for sowing and planting, will necessitato a repetition of the latitudinal directions given about fifteen months ago in the pages of the Yeoman. To adapt the information contained in the Gardeni Calendar of the Australasinn so far as possible to the wants of Australians is the design of these monthly notices. That the information contained in the calendar is appreciated among the colonists, far and wide, is a sulficient guarantee of its correct ness and value. To apply the directions to different localities, exposures, climates, and soils, in such a extoensive country, will neeod discrimination on the part of the gardener or amatour. As a general rule, taking 200 mniles in a northerly direction from Port Phillip 13ay, will make a difference of a fortnight...
THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF THE PRESENT MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
TJIE FINANCALit, MIANAGEMENT OF THE. PRESENT MIINISTRY. (A-oei tIs lyygard 'h'me,.) ONE Of'tho most glaring itiims of deficioney will bo.found in the amounit realisod by the litd sales. .Of this the ministry were' fore whrndd, and for this this they can offler no bxcuse whatever. It stands to reason' that in the countrydistricts tile only, or at least thlie most probable place for announcing tile disposal of public property, be it what it msay, is lib'ytho local newspaper. To pub 'lish it in the Government Gazette is to make it a dead letter to thle people. It is only the very wealthy who can enjoy the perusal of that very lively and intorosting publication. Indeed it would almost seem that ..the Martin ministry had given thoe Gazette tile monopoly of advertising, for the solo pur poso of giving the rich lords of Australia the monopoly orf purchasing, and so hold in theii: grasp the vast territory of crown lands, and dony it to the industrial classes. W?oknow of soveral cases, at Go...
OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
OSWALD CRAY. IyT .I55. I11ENRY WOOD1, AUTIOR0 OP EAST L,5NN5. CIIAPTER XIX,. SARna DAVENAL in her sick restlessness was early in the breakfast·-room. The disappoint ment touching her brother was weighing down her heart. Since the arrival of tlhe un satisfactory note the previous evening she had felt a conviction similar to Dr. Davenal's, that Edward would not come. Neither bad spoken of it to the ot]her; great griefs cannot be talked of; and to Sara this was a grief in expressible. It seemed that she would give half her remaining years of life for only one five minutes' interview with him. If he came at all he would come to-day, F'riday; and she got up hoping against hope; saying to herself aloud, in contradiction of the fear lying upon her heart, and which she would not glance at, "he will be sure to come; he will never embark on that long voynage without first coming. He will re, member Richard's fate." For the time be ing, the eager anxiety to see him almost seemed to deaden that...
CHARACTER, CULTIVATION AND USE OF THE LUPINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
CHARAtCTER, CULTIVATION AhND USE OF THE LUPINE. . (Frain c Sefntiffto Aseridnu.) ", take the following valuable extract from the agricultural volume of the Patent Office Report for 1861. It is by Louis SSshade, of Washington, D.C.: During my visit to Europe, particularly to Prussia, in the latter part of the summer of 1861, my attention was called, by the kind assistance of some of the higher otficials of the Prussian agricultural department, .amongst whom I mention especially the name of the .lconomic Cosmeissarius, Com missary of Economy, L. Kr'ocker, at Berlin, to the extensive cultivation of a plant which has made quite a revolution in agricultural affairs in that part of the world. This plant is the lupino, known in this country as a ·garden flower. From trials made during the last ten years in northern Germany, it wds showin that it not only makes excellent fodder for cattle, especially for sheep, but thatit also.has the most astonishing fertiliz ing power.if used as green man...
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
MEXICO. The Emperor MIaximilian has raised tho blockado of the Mexican ports. General Juarez has escaped to Now Orloans. The French troops are ordered homo. A Matamora paper states that the French Algerino troops in M?oxico wore lately defeated in fourpitchod battles with tohe Mexicans. Don t. G. Parse, privato secretary to Junroz, has given in his adhesion to Frcnch rule.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
THE GOULBURN HERALD S [ESTADLSIEco 1848] ts the oldest establisebd journal in the southern dittrlotE ot feow South Wales, nod once 1800 its iuoased citrulation hun rendered it expedient to print it by oteam. THIE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LESTAnMrS.E.o 18551 Itclntg attained a cr tulatto nearly equnl to Utnt of thte Itrld, o t Incorporoated oith that paper on 3rh t Sthrc, 0tt. Or SUttClot3otor eight shiling *eand lopenero per· oirte'. postoge, S. td.; or one shllilng less If phdttn adynoor-thftti5 preoitou to the onomencement of the quarter. The mubeoht . tion for twelte mouths, If poid In adronce, Is 30S., portAge In oluded. Subocrlbera are ohorged only from the time ofenttr : tog their noamo. Ordrer to dircontonur the paper muot be eccomptnied hy paymoeoto uttll uo to the cod of the ourrent quorttr, or they erlli not bt attended to. The r eular quanorters ud 0n thoe 31t eroh, 30th yenu, 30th Septeober, and t31t oDecember. Or Adcr.rioO:- Advoerttsmente are rharged 'for at the follorlelto ...
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
THE SCIIHLESW\IGI-HOLSTEIN Q'UESTION. The torritorial question between Denmark and the German powers is alhost settled, but Germany demands, on behalf of the duchies, a portion of the war material of Denmark and of its floot. This the )anish government absolutely refuse. ¶Tho inhabitants of North Schleswig have poti tioned the King of Denmark against annoxation with Germany, and wish to remain united to Den marlk. On tlo ratification of peace, Jutlnad and the duchies will be occupied by 60,000 Prussian and Austrian troops. Great reductions are to be mnade in the Austrian and Prussian armies. The Austrian government intend recognising King George of Greece, who is betrothed to the Grand Duchess Alexandrina of nussia. It is ru moured that Austria also intends recognising tohe King of Italy. An interview between the Fronch, Rusnsian, and Prussian sovereigns, at Baden, is contemplated.
FRANCE AND ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
FRANCE AND ITALY. A convention betwoeen theo above powers has beoon eflectcd. French troops are to be withdrawn from the occupation of Romo within two years. Italy engages herself to respect the actual territory of the l'ope, and provent by force any attacl; made one it from abroad. The Italian ministry intend moving the seat of government from Turin to Florenco; this change will inflict a loss on the inhabitants of Turin of seven millions sterl!ng. PIopular demonstrations took place, the ministerial residenco was attacked, and also the royal palace. The military were called out, and fired upon the populace, killing and wounding numbers. The crowd then fled. No barricades were crcctedc. The movement arose solely in hope of preventing thle transfer of the capital to Florence. Thie ministry have resigned in consequenco of this disturbance. T'ho now ministry is formed, with toGeneral do la Ilarmora at the heald. Garibaldli's health is perfectly re-established.
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
GENERAL SUMMAR.Y. Losnox, Septomber 21. The Aestralian July mails were delivered in Lon don on the 15th and 20th September. The Prince and PIrincess of Wales arrived at Elsinoro September 6th. They wore well received, notwithstanading the antipathy of the Danish people to England. One of the vacant garters is conferred on the IMarquis of Lansdowno. Lord Palmerston, though in his 81st year, appears to be almost ubiquitous, performing his duties as actively as ever. The British government despatched the Earl of Airlie to the United States with their views on the present aspect of aftlirs, and to ofler himself to tlhe Confederacy as a medium of communication with the British government. The Times discloses tIe plan Russia intended to adopt in case England had gone to war for Poland. Russia fully expected the breaking out of that war, and issued instructions to the Russian admirals on the American and Californian coasts to leave their respective posts by different routes for anown place...
LATEST VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
LATEIST VIA SUEZ. The French and Italian treaty is gene rally popular. liots at Turin had been suppressed. In.America the Fedoral General Sheridan had dofoated the Confederates with heavy loss. Alderman Hale has been elected Lord Mayor of London. MLuller, has been committed to Newgate. The Leeds Bank has failed with liabilities to the amount of a million. Twenty thousand colliers are on strike in Staffordshire. The powder-mills, near Gravesond, con taining thirty thousand barrels of gun powder, have exploded, causing immense destruction of life and propert3y within a radius of six miles. There has been a terrific cyclone at Cal cutta, and property to the amount of £2,000,000 has been destroyed. A hundred and seventy ships sunk in the river. Eight steamers were wrecked and three dismnasted. The loss of life afloat was 300-ashore 3000. [Communication interrupted, and line worlking badly throughout the day.] TheL followiug are tho more extended telcgrams f the ins Georgo's Sound corres...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864
SYDNEY SUMMARY. T'uesA?a afternoon. I wot'Ll adviso a more than usually longthy report of tho spoechcs in parliament on Tuesday night; mo that your readers may judgo foibr themseloves. The eat was undoubtedly that of Mr. P'arkco. This notl1man wao oplot unnecessarily, bitterly, and ongthily attckehCd by the premier, who cannot for give bie rqjectiola of the lnto oftbr of the portfolio of 0orks. Mr. loMartiu evidently thinkas that Mr. jarloes may bo quite good enough to bo his own col 1ag00; but ho does not think him quite good enough to be the colleague of Mr. Cowper, and he oo wonderful pdains to place all this very dlearly tore the House. HUowooer, when Mr. Farkooro plied, Joatmes must have heartily wished that he had lot him alone; for a more oovcrs castigation end one mora fully deserred Jenmos hon seldom receivcd though ho's got many in his tinme. Mlr. Jcames hsn so often made an ass of himself, so often bolied Ihis professions, and so often thrown overboard his prin ciples tha...