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AMERICA. NEW YORK, September 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

AMER?ICA. NEw YOInc, September 16th. Thoro are various unfavourable war rumours since Saturday last which have caused violent fluctuations in the gold market; prices declined under Monday's panic to 213, recovering afterwards. Last quotations, 224k. The markeot entirely unsettled. Gonoral Me Clellan has accepted the Chicago nomi nation, but declares the Union must be preserved at all hazard. 1i has been repudiated by the peace Democrats, who intend to select another candidate. Fromont will. withdraw his candidature, and Lincoln receive the support of the whole Rlepublican party. Lee and Grant are proparing for another battle. Atlanta has been evacuated by the Confederates, and entered by Federals, after heavy battles. General Sherman is concentrating his forces there. Admiral FIarragut, after taking Fort MIorgan, is reported to be within shelling distance of Mobilo. Grant and Sherman have both most urgently ap plied to thle Federal government for more men, and the draft is to be imm...

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DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSEMBLY. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

.~DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSEMIBLY. SPROCLAMATION. (From tIe Governmenta Oazett Extraorodinsr, Nov. 10.) Br Tie Excellency the Iight Honorablo Sir John * Yoing, BarOnet, Knight Commander of the MIost Honorable Order of the Bath, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order Sof St. Michaeol and St. George, Captain General and Governor-in-chief of the colony of Now South Wales, and Vice-Admiral of the same. hoeroeasby the bill passed by the Governor and Logislatieo Council of New South Wales, in the oseventeenth year of. the reign of Her Majesty the Queen, intituled, "An Act to confer a Constitution on Now South Wales, and to grant a Civil List to Her Mitjesty," and-assented to by her MIajesty, under ,tho1 authority of the Act' of the Imporial Parliiment, passed in the session of the eighteenth and nineteenth years of the said reign, intituled, ~An. Act to enable her tonjesty to assent to a bill as amended of the Legislature of New South Walcs, to confer a Constitution on Now South ...

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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

CANdADA. The Canadian Conforonco decided that the union of the British North Americau provinces would be satisfactory, provided terms of alliance could be ar ranged.

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

(OtLDOlItN WOOLLSSALB ProICtB COIHIRlONT. Whea,, 10s. ' bushl00. Floo-r, net o£28 tV ton; seonnols. £? P'ollard, is. Sd. to bushetl; or Is. by the hnltfton. toro, lo. 4d. y butlto; or tIs.by the half ton. Ilolrt, id. 032-lt. loPf. Iloore, It. dotoo 4s. d. per buthol nrlotw. l nliahll 3e, l d. to 45.31 ?btthel, scarce Csp~ , ?. 6d, no denlonl. • 1: Oott, I,. 9ld. to 3s. Od. 1 tosiulel. trap £13 Its. to £4 10s. 0 ton. otDelro, Ireth, 8d. 'ilb.; salt, od, aConro, 4. d. to do. l lb. /cg, tot. to ld. ' dooen. Potaotor, 8t. to ott. td. 'trot. Outont1 181·. c et. 'tat €ttloto, prlue, £5; orolom, £3 its. tIni . ttotnp,l t. to Iea. 'tlhead. Pig., od. to 4d. 'i lb. Boo/ (retall), od. to 4d. ' Ib. Mutton (retail), Id. ' lb. Tatlor, befi, £20 to .£17 3 ton; mutton, £28, .bbldse, 5s. to Is. eoCh. thsoepsbio. tod.; sehted d. 'i lb. Clrtaooe i tool--Sydney to Ooulbnrn, £4 10s. to £5l 1 oul burn to Sydtey, £3; Coulburn to Lnmblng Flat, £4 I Goulburn to Adtlono, £5 to .£; (toulburn to Tumut, £1 to ....

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

C(ThAllR CIA L. GOULBUREN, Friday 10 p.m. WV .?ia r A?sv FLOUn.-At Conolly' Mill :--Fino flour, £28 per ton; scconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 16s. per ton, Il. 8d. per bushel; bran, £1 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 108. per bushel. At Emanuel's Mill:--Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, 8Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best saumples, 10ts. por buhol. Bran, £. per ton wholesalo, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton wholesale, Il. 8i. per bushel retail. AeUTIONsEEs' leI:PORT. - MIesrs. Finlay and Co. roport: -Fat Stok.-- WVo have sold this week a draft, the property of Messro. Badgory Brothers, to the trade at the following prices: -lst yard, lIr. John O'Donnell, at £4.; 2nd yard, cows, Mr. Jas. Thompson, at £3; 3rd yard, ditto, to ditto, at £3. The market remains steady at former quothtions. WVo have a draft of very neat cattle for Tuesday. Prime worth from £4 to £6. Storo Cattle.--Still in dema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

Removal. J, MIILER, Tinsmith, Plumber, Galvanized Iron Worker and Ironmonger, H AS REMOVEDI) opposite the nManrket-square, two doors from S. Emnnel anl Son, Wanted a good Tinsmith. 1998 BALL.)[, AND SUPPER. A BALL and SUPPEIR will be hold at the Travellers' Rest, Yas Reoad, on the 22nd of November. All friends and neighbors are respect fully invited. 1996 JOIIN IIORITON. Notice. S?OME persons are in the habit of pulling down the fence near the creek on the north aido of the bush paddock at Gilmour. I now give notice that anyone found going through the paddock, either on the road or off it, will be prosecuted, os all tho roughfaro through hore will be stopped after the 11th of this month. W. A. STRIANG. Gilmour, 8th November, 1864. 1987 Notice. M" Y two sons, PATIIRCIC and WILLIAM IIERINE, minors, having left their hIomes without any cause, I heroby caution all persons from barbouring or in any way employing them. Anyone no doing will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 12 November 1864

Wanted, A STRONG nactive girl on GENERAL SER VANT. Apply to Mrs. THOMAS, Mlul warreo Inn, 2008 Ten Pounds Reward. S TOLEN OR STRAYED FROMI CROOK WELL One BRIGHT BAY MARE, black points, branded HR near shoulder, IL off shoulder, and MP on the rump near side, about 141 hands high, dock switch tail. One DARK BAY MARE, small star on forehead, one white hind foot, branded down near shoulder, and SL under saddle near aide, long pulled tail, about 15 hands high. If strayed, £1 eachl will be paid on their delivery to the undersigned; and £5 each, if stolen, on con viction of the thief or thieves. IIORATIO TOBERTS. Crookwell, November 8th, 1864. 1988 Five Pounds Reward. W HEREAS some person or persons did maUli ciously break andl destroy some portion of my two-rail fence at Batherwetherlow, I hereby offer the above reward for asch information as may lead to the conviction of the offenders. WILLIAM T. STORRIER, 1993 Moummell. Five Pounds Reward. LOST, supposed to bo stolen, from Collector, A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

J, NIOWLAN, S 0 D A .~W A9 T1 Z~ DL, LEMONADE, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, 1VZONT0TAGUEST ETa, GOULBURN. 2642 BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA. SANITARY CONQUESTS. RILTON says, in the greatest of his sonnets: J o.n- Pnce hth ler vlctorles lent lss renowned thann ear. The victories which BRISTI)L'S SARSAPARIILLA has been daily nchioving for tie past thirty years, hnvo boon of this clanss. They havo involved lien defeat of almost all human complaints. Scrofulous disorders have been routed, cancers expunged, tu mours obliterated, abscesses healed, eruptions re moved, naffections of the liver cured, and all distempers originatineg in an acrid condition of tlho secretions and corruption in the blood, rapidly overcomu. Scores of eases as hopeless as thtat of ltr. Alexander Mann, of RIochester, New Yorle, wose toengeue, mouthl, and facial muscles were nearly gone. have beenC brought to a triumphant issue, and it is known that in more than twoenty thousanld instances thie most malignant exteral t di ea...

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THE INTENDED ATTACK ON THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

TIIE INTENDED ATTACE O.N TIIE AJUSTRAIA N COLONIES. (From Ih S, AL. Herold'o city corrooyondeol.) T'oo T ,imes, in a leader, toao announced that information has reached It In a very utilentio sthape, that Russio fully expected tlte breakinog out of war as tihe result of htr correspondence oito the Eoglish too French governments last year, on the subject of voland, and had therefore resolved to do tonotlhlug hotter witil her fleet than ltt it rot or ho cooped up behilnl the teofenes of Cronstodtor sunk in the harbour of Sebshtopol. 'hoe Tlmts sayo.- I' Sle toad studied with much attention, antd apparently no little profilt, the tactils of thle Confederotes in the present oivil war. She had seen t ot tuclo injury a very small force can inlict on t very large and flourisling comomerce, and though rhe probably did not anticipateo thlat rho could gaoilo, in spite of tloo noy of Eoogland, 0scc0000e00ss dooioive 00 hoe ochieoel by tloe Altbaoma and other Co tfoderoto cruisers, oloo still m...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

• (,From the 1 eo Newsa.) Intelligence has been received at Bath (of which city he was for manSy yeaors a resident) of the death of ~alter Savage Landor, at Florence, on the 17th September. Mr. Landor was born on the 30th January, 1775, and had obtained colobrity as a scholar and apoet.boforo the end of last century. HIis "Imagina"y Consversations" have rendered his natme familiar as an nccomplished litterateur. The renminns'of Captliin Speleo have been interred in the family vault;"at'the pretty little village of )Dowlish-\Valo, about two miles from Ilminster. A-mong those present wero Sir Reoderick Mlurehison, Dr. Livingstbnb, and 'Captain Grant, the last-named beasring a wreath of lauirol leaves aud flowers, which he placedoupon the coffin. About 2000 persons word present. The city of Paris is just about to undertake a giguntio work-the supplying the city with pure water. To this end a reservoir, capable of supplying 40,000 oubie feet of water every tweouty.four hours, is now bei...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

SYDNEY SUIMMARIY. IMoUrAY afternoon. You may take it for granted that neither pains nor expenso will be spared to secure a majority for the Ilartin nministry at thle forthcoming elections ; and it will not do for liberal electors to be asleep. If they prefer this man because of his ability, that because he is a resident among them, and the other because lie is a personal acquaintance, instead of looking only to the principles of the candidates, they will find themselves worse than Esau--their birthright gone and not even a mess of pottage left them. And when I say " principles," I mean some. thing more than will he professed on the hustings; for there is actually being formed a deep-laid con spiracy to cajole the electors into returning a lot of rank tories under falso pretences. It is stated that tIle tory party are quite prepared to spend £10,000 over and above the ordinary expenditure attending the elections in order to secure a majority. They know that when the squatting leases ...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN - NEWS. PARIS, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

UROPEAN -AND AMERICAN-NEWS. (Prome our Parts orrcaepondent.J PrAIs, 26th September. a politics do not follow any regular course you aust not be astonished if the monthly corroespond moo does not relate events except as they may ap pear worthy of notico. It is scarcely possible to my until the last moment, and then by means of an unoxpected fact, how things will go for the future. Ae an example I will cite the German-Danish con flict. At the commencement of thomonth peace was iconcludcd-orovery one was one of accord: towards thl 6th matters began to spoil. The Danoes would ot yield, and the Austro-Prussians would not make any concessions. On the 14th the recom menccment of hostilities was imminent-the armis tice concluded for the preliminaries of peace expired on the following day, and it was known, or ratherit was said, that Lord Russell had sent a threatening naoto to Prussia on the subject of the conflict. On the i'7tho leaonrnt that although the plenipotentiaries appeared dctermi...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

COMMER CIA L. GOULBURIN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WHlEAT AND FLovnUa.-At Conollv's MIill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half ton, Is. per 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuel's MIill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wlheat, beast samples, 10s. per buhol. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 15s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. PSYDnEY PIeODUCe it.surET.-- Messrs. Durham and Irwin report:-Weool.-Tie catalogues for the sales of this woeek comprised about 320 bales, of which 110 were disposed of. Throughout the sales there was a marked disinclination to operate unless at reduced prices, whichl were much below the reserves placed on the various parcels withdrawn. At our sale of Friday prices ranged from 8d. to 15ed. per lb. Cotton, unginned, 210 bales at Gd.; ginned, 4 at 22d....

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Home News Office, Monday, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LVomo News Offico, Monday, Soptomber 26. ?Vo have had advices from Now lorne this morn ing to September 16. The military nows is not of importance. Orant is said to he extonding his left across the Weldon railroad, and to be preparing for another attack on Loo. In the Shenandoah Valley, Sheridan had captured a Confederate regiment. Sherman had ordered all citizens to leave Atlanta, and Hood, while protesting against the order, had agreed to a truce of ten days to carry it out. The railway communication to Atlanmta was repaired, and Wheeler is reported to be retreating. The Now York Herald states that Admiral Farragut's fleet was within shelling distance of lIobile. It is reported that MIosby has beer killed in a duel, and that General Prince is dead. The political news is interesting. Yallandigham, WVood, and other leaders of the Peace Democracy had renounced Mc Clellan, and were expected to hold a meeting shortly to determine what course thoy should take. MIean...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

tGOULgOItN WIIOLESALB PRIC8E CUOIRENoT. Wrmeat, 10s. bushel. Floore, c, £20 ' ton; oomond,, £27. Pollard, is. Cd. it buslelo; or is. iby" tho half ton. .Brno, is. dd. 0 bushelo ; or Is. by the halfton. Broad, 7d. 1012-lb, loaf. Ialoe, Is. Ud. to 4,. Gd. per bushel. Barlet, Eongltsh, Os. Od. to 4e. " boushel, carce; Capo,2e,r d. no deoonod. Oant, 2s. Id. to 3s. Cd. 00 boohl Wao, , £ 10s, to £r , 10t. m ton. Buof,', fresh, 8d. t lb.; golt, Cd. Osess, 4d. 10 1b. gnoo, 4t0d. to d. ?9lb. ugo,, 8rd. to d o. CO dooon. Potato. 3sg . to 0e. Cd. ct. Onto,,,, It. 40 owt. Fag Cattle, prime, £5; oedtum, £3 10. to £4. Dheey, 1CO. 1o 'o heod. Pog,, Sd. to 4d. lb. lred (rotolt), lid, to4d. 1011. d.utton (retail), dd. 0 11, Tallot,, boee, £20 to £27 0 to0; mutton, £28. Bldes, 6I. to 1s. eaoh. Shseproict,. Cd.; "ogeobd 7d. 00. 0. Carrlaoe 0 ton-Sydney to Goulbuor, £4 10t. to £5; aoul. burn to Sydney, £3; Gtoulburu to Lombing Flat, £d: Ooulburn to Adolong, £0 to £0: (toulbuoo to TPumut, £0 to £0; Coul...

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AMERICA. PROCEEDINGS AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

AMERICA. PROOCEDIONGS AT RIICHMOND. THEn incidents of the present campaign succeed each other with a rapidity which leaves no time for interest to slacken. The activity of the combatants seems to be greater than at any former period of the war, and at each point the struggle is maintained with a vigour beyond precedent. No number of checks or reverses appears suflicient to overcome the portinacity of General Grant. On Saturday, the 1ith of August, he embarked a portion of his troops under sealed orders, giving out the impression that they were going northwards; but they had scarcely got underweigh before they steamed up the James tiver and landed at a place called Deep Bottom; they went down the James River by day,' and up it by night. The Confederates it appears weoro taklen by surprise, and the opening chargo on the morning of the 15th saw them retiring from their front line of rifle pits. In the evening the Federal general Birnoy succeeded in dislodging them from the second line ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

Wanted, SUARRYMEN at the Camp, Breadalbane, or the St? un of Water. 2010 Z. IIAWKINS. Wanted, SCASRRIER to take wool from Banaby to J. MIIARSDEN. November 15th. 2027 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good RYE STRAW. Apply T. W. JACOB, 2020 Saddler, Auburn-street. Wanted, RICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (just commenced) on the Great Southern line ex tension from" Pioton to Goulburn. The highest wneas will be given. Apply at once to In. MAY, Nattai. 2014 One Pound Reward. OST frm the Old Township, a STOUT LITTLE BAY MARE, white streako down the face, and a whito spot under saddle near side,. branded HP conjoined on ,iear side shoulder, lIp conjoined under the mane on off side, rough about the heels and mano. Apply to M. DE LAURET, 1t968 Kenmore. Five Pounds Reward. STOLEN or strayed from Gundaroo, on thla 20th 1J November, 1863, Ono BAY HORSE,. dock tail, branded IC near cheek and shouldor, e under the near bshoulder, W on near neckl. e I hereby offer the above reward, if stolen, ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

TO SUBSCRIERS. Zlt order to avl poatalges t nte~uit to aidopt a plat nwhich is alrteaudy purtrund by ec.arnl other papjrr anod ack?owlidoe thb recei?t oJ raittances I?I thIbl columlnt l(tlead of by ltcter. (ALhINDAX. D ay thboibe. :1thund ot Ottnc Alo . • DJ hbI)U?[AY .. S::: yl "17 4 hI a IT :?17 mRIDIAY ................. " " bi PI ED NEAY . :DA 4, O hl :19, 1. WiEDNal aN M 1branite. WEDNESDAYP, NOVEMBLER1 16, 1804.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Quecensland, Victoria, Adelaide, 'Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 Wanted to be Known, THAT MH. DE BARR'S SA.LE of TOBACCO Snow exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell at lid. per pound profit, and give his customers the benefit of the immense sale, and Tobacco at their own price. Wholesalo customers under Sydney prices. Terms liberal. 1813 AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, Yorka-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADF( RD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Pri~ateo families will at this hotel find the com fort of. a homoe. 1712 Produce Stores, M ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN ara prepared to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, bides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal adv...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

'TELERAPHIC INTELLI GEV O PFROM Ou OOnlRESPONDENTR. , -4-~- SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Tin, postago to England has boon reduced tolits former rate. Cain and Bloomficld's tender for thoextension of the Soutlhorn railway into Goulbtirn has been nc copted by the government. : Loast night Mr. Forstor addressed his constituents, and intimnated that the increaso in our taxation. would take.tlheo direction of stamp duties. The inter-colonial riflo match with Victoria com monccd yesterday. Last night the Sydney meon weoro 22 points bahead. To-day both sides eqloal at 700. Flour dull.

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