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

Tuc parlianment that has just come to an end Ihas boon spolken and written of hnarshly enough, and to somo extont perhaps deservedly. But if it wore just to expose its faults and its short-comings it is certainly not mnore than fair to roemoember its good works. That its pro coeedings wereo occasionally rendered con temptible by the vagaries and the fatctious ness of certain of its members cannot be denied. But against this debit we may well set the credit of the land laws, Torrens' Act, and of the abolition of the absurdly cruel law of primogoniture. Those are posi tive blessings which in the mnother country would be considered as cheaply purchased by a lifetime of agitation. If the poor man can now on easy terms sottle down on a pieco of land of his own choice, for this he must thank the late parliament; if the title by w'hich we hold our lands is simple, and for all coming time is to remain so, instead of becoming so involved and obscureo that the cost of its transfer would often...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. WESLEYAN JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 November 1864

L'OCAL AND P12O VINCIAL. WESLEYAN JUBILEE. Tue fiftieth year of the introduction of W?esldynn methodism into the Australian colonies was colo bruted in Goulburn, on Sunday last, by the proaching of sermons in the Goldsmith-strooeet chapel, in the morning by the Rov. I; H. Gaud, in the afternoon by the Rer. WV. Hill, and in the evening by the Rov. F. Brontnall. Collections were made on oueach occasion. .Yesterday there was a public broakutfast at half-past nine o'clock in a large bootli erected on the ground adjoining the chapel, and which was most tastefully decorated with Ilags and streamers without and with bouquets and festoons of flowers within. A great number of devices, most of them griaofully formed of flowers, and a host of little flags bearing thle word "Jubilee" added to the gaiety of the scone, the w;holo appearance of which was most pleasing. An object of the greatest interest was an autograph letter in John ~oesley's own handwriting, the pro perty of Mr. William Davies;...

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EUROPE. THE SOHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

S EUROPE. -H iE -sdUOlSWVII-HTOLSTE?N- QUESTIO-. Tile negotiati6ris for peace have made but very slight progress during the month; and the difficulties which have arisen, through the exacting demnands of Prussia, threaten to,.piotract them for a considerable time. The term of armistice having expired, it has been extended to the 16th of December. According to tlhe German journals, the ter ritorial question is all but settled; but the determination of the frontier line happens to be the least knotty portion of the task of the plnipotontiaries. The real cause of the delay is the mons'trous claims which the greedy Bismarck lhas put forward on behalf of his interesting protetL's, the duchies. Not content with despoiling Denmark of her best continental provinces, he is now resolved that she shall pay handsomely for the privilege of.bbing. plundered. The original xdea was, to chargo Schleswig and Holstein w ith. th o nb•- ..c in the work of their Iiberation--eto rtgoge tho, in facthe, to ...

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AMERICA. STRATEGY OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

AMBIERICA. STRATEGY OF GRANT. I The Foedoral commandor before Richmond is inexhaustiblo in mlnlosuvros and feints. IHis restless activity koops Leo constantly on the qupi vrie. Both armies are engaged in a perpectual dance of death. The bolligeoronts aro omployod in a game of military hocus pocus. Owing to a succession ofruses, fool ing along the lines, and sham attacks, it is always diflicult to discover at what point the real blow is intended to be dolivorod. Last month, it will be remombored, before the explosion of thle mino at Petersburg, a large body of troops had booeen opoenly moved to the north side of the James Rlivor, for tihe ,,nuennen of misloading the astute Confederate design was frustrated ; yet; iundiscoi6iiigP'dlyij i his failure, the indomitablo Grant has beeon trying the stalo manoeuvro again. During tihe middle of August, he mado a protoence of raising the siege of Petersburg, ostenta tiously embarking two corps on transports, and sending thloem down thie river ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

Wanted, A GENERAL IIOUSE SERVANT where a parlour-maid is kept, None but protestants need apply. lnurstvillo, Cowpor-street. 2050 Wanted, A CARRIER to take wool from IBanaby to Sydney. J. IIARSDEN. November 15th. 2027 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good RYE STRAW. Apply Ato T. W. JACOB, 2020 Saddler, Auburn-street. Wanted, BRICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (just Scommenced) on the Great Southern line ex tou?.eus from Picton to Goulburn. The highest N ta .... 50 geven. Apply at once to MIs. MAY, Nattai. 2014 To Comuositors. A WEEK'S WORK for an oextra hand can be obtained at the Herald oflice, Goulburn. Five Pounds Reward. STOLEN or strayed from the Iron liines, near Berrimn, ol the 11th day of September, Ono BAY HORSE, GW near shoulder, 4 years old, 15 hands high, broken to harness. If strayed, £1 will be paid on delivery to Mn. KELLY, Ploughed Ground, or Mn. Mo CARTY, Marulan; and, if stolen, £5 on recovery of the horse and conviction of the thief. ROBERT JENKINS. Gunning, Nov...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

OOULSORN WIIOL'ESALE0' PHIO?B CURRENT. W'?alt, l1t. bushel. Felor, One, £28 'V ton; 'ereol'. £27. Polgard, . . 8m . . buohel; or Is. bly the hllnton. lmrn, Ic. 4d, . bushel; or Is. by the hth. ton. Br.O, 7d. ?8 2-. lo. co. ?aeo:, 8.. 0d.to4 4.0. por busol. IOrulol, Engllab Os. 84. to 4e. a busoelh oarce; Cape, 2e. 8d. no demand..... Onta, 2. Sd. to u. . ? 1usl o ong, £3 to£4 '88 too. ' " " Buottr, tresh, 84L 8 ; entt, .l" Ch¢¢a#, 4d. a 1? .. . . Daono. 4. '8 b. Ego., 04. to 8d. a doeco. Potaotau, 2t.'0. to 2s. 8 ewt Ouw'mn, 18. 1 ont., scarce Vet Caotl, primt, £5; mediuo, £3 lOt. to £4. Sheep. 101. to 12s,. 8 berd, Plg#, 1d. to 4d.t Ohb. heel (rotail), 2d. to 44. 1 O. Muntton (retail), 4d. o Oh. Tallo,, her, £28 to £271 ton; mutton, £28. 10I4., Se. to os. each. Oheepu~kto.. 84.; ecehedl 74. '8 2.. C'errter 1 too--Sydney to Uoulburn, £4 10. to £8; 0aul. burn to Sydney, £2; Oouiburn to Lanbhing llat, £4 ; Oollburn to Adeionk, £8 to .8; Goulburn to Xntnut, £8 to ?dr, Othuorn to Wuadn, ...

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[?]E NEWS BY THE NORTHAM. LONDON, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

ENEWS BY THE NORTHAM. Sthe Obrrupondcnl of the Melbourne Ares.) LocNozE, Sept. 26. § lmorican conflict is at proasont almost ily subject of intorost to tho Europoan c. Tho Dinish robbery having boon lissfully consummated, little conoorn is tbitod as to how and by whom tho spoils 4ppropriated. Poland being oxecuted, rf4plBia dopopulated, Mexico sottled, Al a tranquillizcd, soveroigns ovorywheor ' ig out for thoe onjoymont of theoir holidays, *i Lo at homo not a breath of political agi °"na stirs the air, thoso who cravo montal jlitomeont aro compollod to turn to Amori +.! telegrams for the roquisito stimulants. 'r havo thoy boon altogether disappointed. 'r although theoro has boon no repotition of !Bso awful econes of carnago which mnarked jn eopeninig 01 ls yuiir5i cai.pinge~., mor.e,-^ " a yet boon a great deal of dosperato fight .)., the balance of which is undoubtedly erourablo to the Federals. The forward Li'voment of the Confederates in the Shenan blah Valloy, under Genoeral Ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

of Now South aoles in its eqaituhl juriso. didtion beoring date the third day of June 1R86 nod aode in a causeo wherein JOfIIN BROWN on behallfof imlf and ll other the crelitrs of 'the CREI)ITOhIS of DAONIELr .IUMPiEy THORN latu of Wynelta in the colony of Now South Wales decensod who died on or about thu twelfth day of July ono thousand igllt htndred and sixty are to come it nod prove their debts before the .Master in Eqaity of the anid Court at his offico Supremo- Court IHotuse Kinog-treet Sydney on or beforo the twenty-fourth day of December 1864 or in default thereof they will he peremptorily excluded the boneft of the soid Decree. Datofl this 24th day of October A.D. 18S14 GEORGE HIBSERT DEFFELL IMaster in Equity. Jont DAwsoN Solicitor for the Plaintiff 136 Pitt street Sydney. 1902 t LONGILD, Surgeon Dentist, Sloane. AnTIFIOIrs L TEETH ADAPTED; TEETH FILLED wiTOr GOLD, &o., &c. 19P5 Roofing Iaterials, &o. 'RESH PARCELS of tho following goods joust ..L la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

TIHE GOULBURN HERALD [EsrAnusLnDo 1848] 1s tile oldest esot.blIhehd journol in the oouthrrn districts of Now South Wales, aod ointe 1086 its increased circulation ha-1 renderd it expedient to print it by steam. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LESTAtsElI?Do 18551 Iaintg attioetd l ciroulatlon nearly equr l to that of lbs oIeraoi, ras incorporated nlth thant paper o 31st parch, 184. OF SUBSOIt PeIOs ight l hilngs d op osixpec por 'l urter elstage, 2S. 3d.; or oneo hlling teos if p01idto nd0ance-·tlat1 preoious to the commenceuentt of the qunrter. ThAouserlo tioo for toool.U monoths, i olpd It advance, to 3lst.e poltogelo olndod. Subhtcribor arcchlrged only from tho time ofenoter tog thetr oooos ...,b Oders to dbtiscotiue the pnper must bh ucomp hy oiyooent it full bup to tle end of the curroet quarter, or thuu ooll not be attended to. Tihe rogoloor quaortors end on the 3lot orrco, 380th 30e, 30th SoAtlobhr, AnLd Slot Dec mbet Or AoVvRnrBoooo:- Advertisements are 00chrged for at the ollo Uing r...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

TO SUtSCiltnERS. la orderr to eSte joatagos stO intanat to adopt a plan Tidooh is the sisipt oJ rensittancca in this colutn instcad of byt ',. , . c -a MDa D yo the Wee . k. ' Su- n f rises Sn sets sA Y ......... Nov.a10 4 ?0 6 40 t SUNDAY D ".... 20 440 0 41. 0 MONDAY ....... ;440 62 21 --~ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1864.

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

GUNDAROO. S (From a correspolldeont.) ;tn Presaterian church was opened on Sunday itt when the Rye. J. Martin, in the absence of ic. Lung, preached forenoon and afternoon, to largo d respeactable audiences. On the Monday tlowing a tea-meeting, in connection with the :?eing of tho church, took place at about .I p.m., hen about one hundred persons sat down to par Itro of the good things provided by MNrs. Forbes, :s. IMcDonald Mirs. Elliot, Mnrs. Lamb, Mr. footh, rs. O'Neill, and Mirs. Aflleck. After the tables _ro cleared MIr. P. Forbos was voted to the chair, I4d the lenv J. nMartin, in a splendid speech, spoke ,!r the church and the churches. Thon followed 'r'fr. A. Afllock, the treasurer, who submitted his :th~tement, shlowing that the building had cost over l443, and that there was now a debt on the church ';after including the collection on the Sunday and !,ho talo of tickets for the tea-meeting) the sum of ' 200. Dr. Bealcs was now called on to address the !.eoting, which ho did...

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BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

BLIonrT.-wVe regret to learn that the blight, which appeared in the Victorian grain districts several weoleks ago, has ap peared on Mount Gambier. MIany large fields are now much infected with it-more especially barley and oats. It made its appearance first about ten days ago, and it has been making rapid progress since. As it is a new pest, it yet remains to be seen what its effects will be on the crops. In appearance it resembles the cabbago-blight, But for this, our crops are in a most hopeful condition, and bid fair for an abundant har vest.--Border Watch. mInh-a AND YINE-oGOWIuG.-The in stances in which minors combine with their pick-and-shovel labours any other employ. ment less uncertain in its results are rare, but there is an example of the kind in Daylesford whlich might be followed with advantage where opportunity for doing so offers. As we before mentioned, those of theo Garibaldi Company who are Italians are associated in the management of a small vineyard on their clai...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

TinEr most eventful news by the September mail refers chiefly to England and her de .pendencies. The political state of the world at present has but little interest for those who can feel for the distress and troubles under which their fellow-men labour-diss tresses and troubles not caused by their own crimes or imprudence. Imagination cannot paint the horrors attendant upon that awful cyclone which raged over Calcutta and the countrynadjacent, on the 5th of Octohnr. Rnm seventy or eignty years ago the river [ooghly suddenly rose above its usual level some ten feet, and the force of the usually swift current was intensified by a frightful tornado which swept over the same portion of the country now devastated by the cy clone. On that occasion, the cables of the ships riding at anchor before Calcutta weor snapped by the hugo moving walls of water like mere packthroad, and the ships them selves were dashed together in inextricable confusion, or hurled high and dry on the shore. Whole ...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARlY. TIuconuhAY afternoon. Fon the nonce buehrangiog must take the foremon place, politics being of secondary importance t the preservation-or destruction-of lilb and pre porty. Telegrams to hand to-day state that a do perato conflict between Hail's gang and the pl took place yesterday near Jugiong. The partiela recoived hero are as follows:--Vhon the Gundag mail, escoortedtl by Sub-inspector O'Neil, Sergo Parry, and a trooper, was approaching Jugiong ye On coming wvithin range they cal)c to the driveort stop, and immediately tired a volley, which O'No and party returned. The other trooper, who w itting in tlhe coach, immediately bolted into thl bush, leaving his companions to fight it out with thij bushrangors, who fired rapidly. At length Parry' ammunition became exhousted, and Gilbert callet on him to sunrrendor. The brave fellow said would die first. Gilbert immediately rode up to hi and shot him dead. Sub-inspector O'Noil oeein that it was iusoless to offer further ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

(HIIINA. TUE RElELLION. - IIoochow, tho last etronghold of the robels, is now in imperial hands. The fall of NTinking is promising to produce good results upon the geone ral trado of China.-Ovorland Chinua Mail, Sopt. 27. DISTUanc~Ac E AT HoNG KONG.--So mO un~fortunato flclksC have taken plaoco tAi week, between some Englh sailorsh uniber of Malays, a body of policemen, and companies of the 99th Reogiment. The dis. turbances weoro first originated by the sailors ontoring a boarding-house where a score of Malays wero making a disturbance Tho latter, of course, used their knives readily, and three or four sailors were mortally wounded. One man of the 99th Regiment also got into the row, was mortally wounded, and, we believe, is since dead. This was on Monday night. The affair was taken up on the following even. ing by a large body of the 99th, who made a raid upon the houses near thle scene of the outrage, but injured no one. Unfortunately, a 99th piclket, along with a body of police....

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

ELE.'GRAPHICO INT'ELLIGENCE [FROM OU CORRI~SONDENT8. SYDNEY, Friday evening. Too minister for lands has directed the transfer of the city reserves to the corporation. Mir. Parkes declines contesting the election for Sydney. Martin, Forstor, Isaacs, and Wilson stand for East Sydney. The Herald warns the electors against the protect ive tariff foreshadowed in Mr. Eagar's sopeech. YASS, Friday night. No further cases of bushranging are reported. A destructive fire occurred hero this morning, by which everything in IMr. Tumor's store, Notting ham HIouse, was destroyed. It is supposed that overything was insured to its full value. The verdict at the inquest on the body of Sergeant Parry was wilful murder against Jobn Gilbert; Hall and Dunn aiding and abetting. GUTNDAGAI, Friday night. their outrage, the dead body of Sergeant FParry was taken to Jugiong, and an inquest was held before Mr. Rose, who was a passenger by the coach and witnessed the tragedy. Vordict-wilful murder against Gilbe...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

CO lMER CIA L. W GOULBURN', Friday 10 p.m. 1V .AT A.ND FLoxt .--At Conolly's Mill:-Fine our, £28 por ton; secondo, £27; if less than half n, Is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, . d. por bushel; bran, £4 por ton, Is. per bushel. "heat, good sampleo, 100. per busthel. SAt Enanuel' Mill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; I 2'conds, £27; if less than half-ton, 1I. per 100 lb. igo; Wheat ,best rwmplee1 10. peor buhol. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, ;i. nor bloshel retail; pollard, £6-15s. per ton wholosale Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AvnrloNrnRs' REP·oRTs.--3feor8. P. Dignam and_ Co. roport:-Fat cattlo.-We haero inquiries for fat cnttlo among the town trade, and coold placo a small draft woll. Largeo mobs will not moot a market hero at present, as speculators can do better elseo wheroe. Horses.-Thie week we have sold 22 head, 9 at from 32s. 6d. to £8, and 13 principally un broken at £2 per head. Unbroken horses, unless showy or with plenty of bone, are quite unsaleable. Produco.--Wo have...

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TERRIBLE CYCLONE AT CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

TERRIBLE CYCLONE AT CALCUTTA. ( From the Englishman,.) The ravages of tile cyclone with which Calcutta wns visited on Wednesday last (Oct. 5 ) have been of so formidable a nature as to baffle all description, and it is impossi ble at present to form any accurate estimate of the destruction done to lives and property. The violence with which theo gale swept the city and its environs for nearly six hours, carryinu ovorything before it, had never been witnessed in Calcutta oy its oldest in habitant. The cyclone in 1842 was terrible indeed, owing to the length of time it had lasted, but the damages done wore not half so great; and that of 1852, which only con tinued for two hours, was nothing compared to those of 1842 and 1864. During the whole of Tuesday night ( Oct. 4) the weather was marltked by a succession of squalls and heavy rain from the N.N.E., and it maintained the same character till about half-past ten on Wednesday morning, gradually increasing in violence. The wind then vee...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE PROVIDENT BENEFIT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

LOCAL ARD PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE PROVIDENT BENEFIT BUILDING AND INVESTMIENT SOCIETY. Tiri annual general mooting of the above society was held at their room, MIr. Newbory's, on Wednes day, the 16th inst., for the purpose of receiving the directors' report, statement of account, and electing officers for the ensuing year; Mr. D. S. MIilcs in the chair. The society is managed by nine directors; five of whom annually retire, but are eligible for re-elec tion. The following are tho officers for the present year:--Dirctors: leossrs. B. fenyon, E. Ball, U. Blaekshnw, T. Coolk, W. A. Evans, T. Kirke, J. Lansdowni, D. S. Miles, and UI. WYood; trustees: W. Conolly, Jans. IMarsdon, and 1I. Marns, Esqrs.; auditors: IH. 1. West, Esql., and Dr. Waugh; secro tary: lr. Theophilus Kirko. The following are the report and balance-shoot: Cn presesnting thllcr sixthi eiile report your directors have sot much to rlay. Tene coloeny hs ben euffring a psriod o otrems dsprejsr aiud the most eeionoieal hae hd to...

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BERRIMA. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

B EIRIITA. ('-'roe a corrklsondint.) i-T a preliminary meeting, held at the Crown Inn, jo rrima, on the 15th inst., C. L. Nicholson, Esq., Sthe chair, the following gentlnemen formed them .lves into a committeo, with power to add to their umber, to secure the election of RI. I. Roborts, 'sq., of Iittagong, and pledged themselves to use heir utmost endeavours to secure his election:--W. . Cordoeaur, J.P., II. ,I. Oxloy, J. Ilatfield,J. Arm old, Francis Burgoes, Dr. MIontgomerio, B. 1'. IEcahon, J. Evelyn Liardet, and A. B. Throsby; " Evelyn Liardot, hen. secretary. Movod by MIr. 1 P. MIc Mahon, and seconded by A. B. Throsby, * sq.:-That the first meeting be hold on Saturday ex'..t, ! three o'clocl, p.m.

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